211 tayangan

Diunggah oleh Tamal Saamnta

- mock 3 sol
- S167017 BPI Assignment 2
- Pump Flow Characteristic - CE117 Process Trainer
- AIMCAT 1319 Questions
- Proc 4 Question
- unit 8 learning resources
- AIMCAT 1315 Solutions
- recent papers of Massachusetts Institute o Technology Cambridge, Massachusetts
- Simcat 3 Solutions
- CLmock 3
- Unproctored Mock Cat 20
- A Dark Brown Dog
- Unproctored Mock Cat 19
- Week 7 Spring 2017
- Unproctored Mock Cat 19 Solutions
- Miscellaneous
- Lecture 24
- L11 Exponential and Logarthmic Functions
- 50 Rules for Dads of Daughters {by Michael Mitchell}
- 13 14 Culture and History Worksheet

Anda di halaman 1dari 7

MBA

Test Prep

MBA

Test Prep

Unproctored - Mock CAT 20

Answers and Explanations

1 b 2 c 3 b 4 d 5 b 6 d 7 c 8 c 9 b 10 a

11 c 12 a 13 a 14 b 15 b 16 b 17 a 18 d 19 c 20 c

21 d 22 b 23 b 24 c 25 b 26 d 27 b 28 a 29 d 30 a

31 b 32 d 33 b 34 d 35 c 36 b 37 c 38 a 39 b 40 a

41 c 42 c 43 b 44 b 45 c 46 b 47 b 48 b 49 b 50 d

51 b 52 a 53 a 54 a 55 a 56 c 57 d 58 c 59 c 60 d

Page 2

Unproctored - Mock CAT 20

MBA

Test Prep

MBA

Test Prep

1. b The ratio of the speeds and the distances travelled is

the same. So the ratio of time = 1 : 1 : 1

2. c Profit % in winter =

10 100

100 %

90 9

Loss % in summer =

10 100

100 %

110 11

Hence, net profit % =

3 100 7 100

10 11 10 9

| ` | `

+

. , . ,

=

7 3

10 %

9 11

| `

. ,

=

50

10 %

99

| `

. ,

= 5.05%

3. b Area of cross section for P

1

= A

1

=

2 2

22

7 = 154 m

7

| `

. ,

Volume of water flowing through P

1

in one second

= 154 10 = 1540 m

3

Volume of tank = V = 1540 2 3600 = 11088 10

3

m

3

Area of cross section for P

2

= A

2

2 2

22

= 14 = 616 m

7

| `

. ,

Let the rate of water flowing through P

2

= s m/s

Volume of water flowing through P

2

in one second

= 616s m

3

Volume of water flow in the tank when P

1

is used as

inlet and P

2

is used as outlet pipe: 1540 616s.

Time taken to fill = 4 hours = 4 x 3600 seconds

So, (1540 616s) 4 3600 = V

= 11088 10

3

= 1540 2 3600

or 1540 616s = 770

or s = 1.25 m/s

4. d Since all of them drink three of the four beverages so

a person can drop only one beverage. So one cannot

drop both Vodka and Whiskey.

Hence, the percentage of people taking liquor is 100.

5. b

6. d 125000 > 190747 < 216000. So we can guess that the

numbers should be around 5060. Moreover since the

last digit of the product is 7, the last digits of the numbers

should be 3, 9 and 1. Based on these we can say that

numbers are 53, 59 and 61.

7. c Perpendicular distance of the straight line 3x + 4y 12

= 0 from the point (2, 4)

2 2

3(2) 4(4) 12 10

2.

5

3 4

+

+

Radius of the circle will be 2 units.

Equation of the circle = (x 2)

2

+ (y 4)

2

= 2

2

or x

2

+ y

2

4x 8y + 16 = 0.

8. c Log

d

abc = 7.2 Log

d

d = 7.2

9. b Square of all the numbers ending in 5 end in 25.

Square of all the numbers ending in 25 end in 625.

Square of all the numbers ending in 625 end in 0625.

So a = 0, b = 6, c = 2 and d = 5.

10. a (ax + by + cz) + (bx + cy + az) + (cx + ay + bz) = 0

or (a + b + c) (x + y + z) = 0

Since x + y + z 0, so a + b + c = 0.

It is not at all necessary that a = b = c, though it may be

one of the cases.

11. c

( )( )( )

3 2

5 |x|

5 |x|

1

f(x)

log x 7x 14x 8

1

log x 1 x 2 x 4

Base of the logarithmic function 5 |x| > 0 and 5 x 1

So, x ( 5, 4) ( 4, 4) (4,5) ...(i)

Also, (x 1)(x 2)(x 4) must be greater than zero

as well.

So, x (1,2) (4, ) 7 ...(ii)

Combining (i) and (ii):

x (1,2) (4,5) 7

12. a x +

336

x

50 or, (x 8) (x 42) 0

or, 8 x 42

So, x can be anything from 8 to 42.

Required probability =

35 7

50 10

44 = 2 2 11

To express 44 as product of five distinct integers well

have to introduce 1 and 1.

The only possible way comes out to be:

44 = 2 (2) 11 1 (1)

In this case the value of n would be 11 which is also

the only possible value.

14. b Suppose hypotenuse of the triangle is c and other

sides are a and b. Obviously c =

2 2

a b +

.

We have...

a + b + c = 40 and

1

2

ab = 40 or, ab = 80

or, a + b 40 =

2 2

a b +

or, (a + b)

2

2 40 (a + b) + 1600 = a

2

+ b

2

or, a

2

+ b

2

+ 2 80 80 (a + b) + 1600 = a

2

+ b

2

Page 3

Unproctored - Mock CAT 20

MBA

Test Prep

MBA

Test Prep

or, (a + b) =

1760

80

= 22

or, c = 40 (a + b) = 40 22 = 18 cm.

15. b On simplifying we get x =

16

9

.

16. b 75 8 90 men-hr

2

th

7

of work

whole work

7

75 8 90

2

men-hr.

5

7

work

7 5

75 8 90

2 7

According to the information given in the question:

(75 + x) 10 60 75 8 90

5

2

x = 150.

17. a People of Pedhauli use Base 3 with A, P and V in place

of 0, 1 and 2 respectively.

18. d

A

B C

D

E

F

Let EF = s unit

In triangle DEF:

0

DF 2EFcos30 3s

Semi perimeter of triangle DEF (in units)

=

3

S 1 s.

2

| `

+

. ,

Area of triangle DEF (in unit

2

)

=

2

0

1 3s

(EFsin30 )DF .

2 4

Inradius of triangle DEF (in units) = r

1

=

2

3s 3s 3s

S 2 3 3 3

4 1 s 4 1

2 2

| ` | ` +

+ +

. , . ,

Inradius of triangle DEF (in units) = r

2

=

1 3 DF s

DF .

3 2 2 2 3

| `

. ,

Ratio of area =

2 2

1 2

r : r 3 : 7 4 3 +

19. c Sum of a

0

+ a

1

+ ...... + a

50

= 1 + 3 + ..... + 101 = 2601

20. c 500! + 505! + 510! + 515!

= 500!(1 + 5k) (where k is a natural number)

It can be seen that 5k + 1 wont be a multiple of 5.

Minimum value of n for which 500! Is divisible by

5

n

= 1.

Maximum value of n for which 500! Is divisible by 5

n

=

2 3 4

500 500 500 500

5

5 5 5

100 20 4 124

] ] ] ]

+ + +

] ] ] ]

] ] ] ]

+ +

Hence, there are 124 possible values of n.

21. d The numerical difference between production and

sales is the highest in case of "F 1993" and is equal

to 12032 10197 = 1835 units.

22. b Required difference =

Total Production - Total sales = 3575 units

23. b There are only two ways of distribution:

(i) Box 1: A

2

, B

3

and B

4

Box 2: A

3

, B

1

and B

5

` Box 3: B

2

, A

1

and A

4

(ii) Box 1: A

2

, B

3

and B

5

Box 2: A

3

, B

1

and B

4

Box 3: B

2

, A

1

and A

4

In both the ways B

1

goes into Box 2.

24. c S.P. = Rs. 8000

Total cost of producing x items = 10,00,000 + 5000 x

Hence, to break even:

8000x = 10,00,000 + 5000x

or x = 333.33 or 334 units.

25. b Total production = 1000 units

TVs sold = 800

Hence, total revenue = 800 8000 = Rs. 64 lakhs

Total production cost = (10 + 50) = Rs. 60 lakhs

Total holding cost = 200 500 = Rs. 1 lakh

Profit = Rs. 3 lakhs

26. d Sum of all the entries corresponding to the year 2009

= Rs. 3408 cr.

Page 4

Unproctored - Mock CAT 20

MBA

Test Prep

MBA

Test Prep

27. b Compare the values of

( )

( )

09 08

08

09

Market Share

Sales

Sales Market Share

for A = 1.168

B = 1.264

C = 0.925

D = 0.982

E = 1.211

28. a Let a total of 100N units be sold in both the years 2008

and 2009.

Statement 1:

A could not register growth in South and C could not

register growth in both South and East.

Statement 1 is true.

Statement 2:

Number of units sold by B in 2009 in South =

12 77

100N 2.94N

100 314

| `

. ,

Number of units sold by B in 2008 in South =

10 17

100N 0.79N

100 214

| `

. ,

Percentage increase =

2.94 0.79

100 272%

0.79

| `

. ,

Statement 2 is false.

Statement 3:

Number of units sold by C in 2009 (23N) is greater than

the number of units sold by C in 2008 (22N).

Statement 3 is false.

For questions 29 and 30:

Let the number of students in the Cricket club be x.

The given data can be represented through table as:

Math Photography Science Music Painting Cricket Total

No. of students 100 250 400 2x 200 50 + x x 1000

No. of Male Students 40 200 240 1.2x 80 10 + 0.2x 0 570 x

No. of Female Students 60 50 160 0.8x 120 40 + 0.8x x 430 + x

160 0.8x = 40 + 0.8x

1.6x = 120

x = 75

29. d Number of male students = 570 75 = 495

Number of female students = 430 + 75 = 505

Ratio = 99 : 101

30. a Number of male students in Science club = 240 1.2x = 150

31. b Since both Diamond and Heart are to the left of the Spade, Spade has to be at the extreme right position. For Ten to be

to the left of Heart, the middle card has to be Heart. Since Eight is to the right of King, Eight has to be the in the extreme

right position and the middle card will be the King of Hearts.

32. d Cannot be determined because two arrangements are possible:

Pile I II III I V

1st 8 4 2 6

2nd 8 4 6 2

33. b Suppose, there were x chocolates in the box initially. Then...

100 +

x 100

10

= 200 +

9x

29

100

or, x = 8100 each child must have received 900 chocolates.

Page 5

Unproctored - Mock CAT 20

MBA

Test Prep

MBA

Test Prep

34. d It can happen with 0 upsets and 3 draws:

Delhi Challengers Vs Peshawar Pehalwans

Delhi Challengers Vs Rajasthan Badshahs

Peshawar Pehalwans Vs Rajasthan Badshahs

The above three teams would end with 2 wins and

2 draws each. Rajasthan Badshahs can have Rank 4

based on the total goals scored in the tournament.

35. c Except the two matches given below all the matches

can result in upsets.

Hobart Rockets Vs Rajasthan Badshahs

Hobart Rockets Vs Peshawar Pehalwans

If both the above matches are won by Hobart Rockets,

then Hobart Rockets and Rajasthan Badshahs would

end with 4 wins each. Hobart Rockets can have Rank

3 based on the total goals scored in the tournament.

36. b If the only match that doesnt result in an upset is Delhi

Challengers Vs Peshawar Pehalwans and it is won

by Delhi Challengers, then both the teams would retain

their initial ranks.

37. c We do not know the time for which Train 2 stopped at

stations C and D.

38. a The angles can be found from Statement A using Cosine

rule. Since Statement B does not tell anything about

the dimensions of the triangle, nothing can be deduced

form the statement.

39. b All the conditions are satisfied if we assume that

Anupama tells the truth.

40. a The box labelled Black & White should be opened first.

The colour of the balls in this box would tell us about

the contents of each box.

41. c The author mentions the psychology of how

successful book writers are looked at. There are those

who also criticize as shown in the instance about the

snickering described at the end of the fifth paragraph.

This makes him the victim of mild paranoia and option

(c) the correct answer choice.

42. c The author mentions this in the sixth paragraph and in

the seventh mentions the myth he was seeking to

dispel. Splitting the word into two, its obvious that

option (c) is a better description of

psychopharmacology. The sentence drugs might

influence personality traits in people with no mental

illness also points towards option (c). Options (a)

and (b) talk only about patients. Option (d) is

far-fetched and goes beyond the scope of the

passage.

43. b The author mentions this in the tenth paragraph when

he talks about how popular Sren as a name was.

The phrase means that Sren is the next best to Hamlet

as a melancholic; but Hamlet is fictitious, so he is not

counted. This makes option (b) correct.

44. b The author mentions in the fifth paragraph promotion-

driven world of entertainment which is critic proof.

This makes option (b) correct. Option 1 is too general.

Options (c) and (d) are too specific and can be part of

option (b).

45. c The author mentions Rosens names among others in

the sixth paragraph which he begins by saying But

its less common, critics say, for one of their kind to

draw an audiences attention to an overlooked work.

This makes option (c) correct.

46. b The author starts the passage with the example and

in the rest of the passage looks at this phenomenon.

This example showed the way films reflected the

reality of the time when a critic was an important

figure. The sentence mentioned in the quote in the

question also highlights how characters gave a lot of

importance to the critic in the film and irrespective of

whether they respected what he said or looked down

upon it, they acknowledged it. This makes option (b)

correct. Option (a) is true but not specific to the question

asked. Option (c) is incorrect. Option (d) is not

mentioned in the passage.

47. b The author mentions this in the eighth paragraph.

Hickey compares the job of the art critic with a night-

time disk jockey or a sewing machine repairman. Both

of these are professions that were at their peak for

only a few decades (one-two generations).

48. b Option (a) cannot be inferred as the metaphysicians

do not reject the transitory world. Option (c) does not

highlight the flaw in the method of reasoning provided

by the metaphysicians. Option (d) requires more

discussion and substantiation. The flaw is the belief

that things of the highest value originate only from the

intransitory being and the metaphysicians work to

discover the truth, not with an open mind but prejudiced

by strong opinions/beliefs. Hence, option (b) exposes

the flaw.

49. b Options (a), (c) and (d) are not in line with the

metaphysical beliefs. They are being discussed by

the author as perhapses which may turn out to be

true in future. But option (b), which states the belief

that higher values originate on their own or from the

being, is a metaphysical belief.

50. d The paragraph talks about how a philosophy is

attributed to an individual. It further gives the authors

point of view that by indulging in such a practice often

the essence of the teaching propounded by that larger

than life figure is missed. The argument proceeds by

highlighting the essence of evolution but it also states

that all cannot be attributed to Darwin. It says that

evolution existed even before Darwin came into

picture. Option (d) aptly carries forward the theme of

the paragraph by giving a suitable example that

evolution existed even before Darwin. Option (a),

Page 6

Unproctored - Mock CAT 20

MBA

Test Prep

MBA

Test Prep

although, relevant to the theme of the argument would

come only after (d). Option (b) is a repetition of the

idea stated in the argument, hence its not a logical

extension of the discussion. Option (c) is too definitive

a statement and finds no precursor in the discussion.

51. b The correct answer is (b). (a) is incorrect: the author

talks about atrocities caused by Israelis and not

Palestinians. (c) is incorrect: the author talks about

Israeli occupation and not of Palestinian occupation.

(d) is incorrect: it is far fetched. Option (b) goes with

the theme and development of the passage.

52. a The passage is celebrating the success of Paru

Jaykrishna, logically option (a) takes this thought

further as it comments directly on this success, the

other options follow this.

53. a Calender is a machine that smoothens or glazes paper

or cloth by pressing it between plates or passing it

through rollers. Calendar means a system of

determining the beginning, length, and divisions of a

year and for arranging the year into days, weeks, and

months. In the second sentence, callous would fit as

it means showing no sympathy for others. Callus

refers to the thickening of the skin. In the third sentence,

epigram would fit in; the clue lies in the words though

not poetic per se. Epigram, here would refer to the

terse and paradoxical statement of Oscar Wilde.

Epigraph refers to an engraved inscription. It also

means a quotation set at the beginning of a literary

work or one of its divisions to suggest its theme.

Callow means young and inexperienced; immature.

Shallow means lacking depth of character, intellect,

or meaning; superficial. Here shallow would fit. In the

last sentence enthralled, which means to hold

spellbound would fit.

54. a In sentence 1, slipshod means haphazard. To

complement it the other word cannot be slower. It has

to be sloven which means untidy or careless in

appearance. Further the latter part also hints at sloven

as the needed word, as it states that every thing must

be kept in good repair.

In sentence 2 (B) is correct. The specimens of

incrustation (a crust or coating) shown to geologists,

clearly hint that the origin of the incrustation can be

igneous; formed by solidification from a molten state.

(A)- Ingenious which means - showing inventiveness

or adeptness, is a sure misfit for the sentence.

In sentence 3, solecism means committing a

grammatical or idiomatic error- here it would refer to

incorrect semantics. Solipsism is the philosophical

theory that the self is all that you know to exist. In

sentence 4, (A) crevice which is a narrow crack or

space, especially in the surface of a rock, befits the

sentence. A crevasse is a very deep crack in the

thick ice of a glacier.

In sentence 5, fluting is the act of incising or making

grooves. This hints that the other word to correspond

it should be crimping and not crumpling. To crimp is

to make ridges by pinching together. To crumple means

to crush.

55. a In sentence 1, foreboding, gives the desired meaning

to the sentence. Foreboding is a feeling that something

very bad is going to happen soon. Forbidding means

to issue an official prohibition or edict against

something.

In sentence 2, emend gives the sentence the desired

meaning. To emend is to correct or improve a text.

However to amend is to make a minor improvement in

a legal or a statutory document. The word- iambic in

the given sentence means written in metrical units of

one short and one long syllable; this does not hint that

at the text or the document is related to legal matters,

hence we cannot use the word- amend.

In sentence 3, a pandemonium is a situation in which

there is a lot of noise and confusion because people

are excited, angry or frightened. Pandemic refers to

the outbreak of to a disease prevalent over a whole

country or the world.

In sentence 4, encumbered befits the sentence. To

encumber is to weigh someone or something down,

or to make it difficult for someone to do something. To

lumber is to move awkwardly and heavily.

In sentence 5, gawk means to look with amazement;

to stare stupidly. Gaunt is an adjective which means

appearing worn and exhausted; emaciated.

56. c DE and BC must surely go together for the movie

references. If DE goes together then B (this question)

must follow E. And A would follow C as it sums up the

discussion. So, (c) is the answer.

57. d DC must go together and it must begin the paragraph.

The paragraph cannot begin with A or B. At the same

time, B must follow C as these tales in B refer to

shown as in C.

So, the answer is (d).

58. c Though B can follow C, D has to follow C or it cannot

be fitted in anywhere else. B the loot in question must

follow D. So, the answer has to be (c).

59. c Option (a) is correct. In the clear means

obsolved of blame or guilt.

Option (b) is correct. Clear out means to remove or to

take away.

Option (c) is incorrect; the correct sentence

should be The residents of the city were

warned to clear off before the floods came.

Clear off means to leave or to escape. The use of

clear up is incorrect in option (c) is incorrect as clear

up means to make clear, to explain and to solve.

Option (d) is correct. Clear away means to disappear

or to vanish.

Page 7

Unproctored - Mock CAT 20

MBA

Test Prep

MBA

Test Prep

60. d Option (a) is correct. Hit off means

to represent or describe precisely or aptly. Option (b)

is correct. Hit also means to be published in or

appear in a newspaper or a magazine. Option (c) is

correct. Hit the high spots means paying

attention to only the most important or obvious facets

or items. Option (d) is incorrect. The correct

sentence should be Critics hit out at the

administrations new energy policy. Hit out means

to make a violent verbal attack.

- mock 3 solDiunggah olehSuresh Mitra
- S167017 BPI Assignment 2Diunggah olehdouglasgarciatorres
- Pump Flow Characteristic - CE117 Process TrainerDiunggah olehKenneth Ferrer
- AIMCAT 1319 QuestionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- Proc 4 QuestionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- unit 8 learning resourcesDiunggah olehapi-318119777
- AIMCAT 1315 SolutionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- recent papers of Massachusetts Institute o Technology Cambridge, MassachusettsDiunggah olehAnimesh Pal
- Simcat 3 SolutionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- CLmock 3Diunggah olehSuresh Mitra
- Unproctored Mock Cat 20Diunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- A Dark Brown DogDiunggah olehWidya Paramita
- Unproctored Mock Cat 19Diunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- Week 7 Spring 2017Diunggah olehAlbert Kiko Chen
- Unproctored Mock Cat 19 SolutionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- MiscellaneousDiunggah olehJoy Mazo Faderagao
- Lecture 24Diunggah olehEric Parker
- L11 Exponential and Logarthmic FunctionsDiunggah olehRamona Rodriguez
- 50 Rules for Dads of Daughters {by Michael Mitchell}Diunggah olehArkaprava Dan
- 13 14 Culture and History WorksheetDiunggah olehHamzaa Mohsin
- Examiner Reports Unit 6 (WPH06) June 2014(2)Diunggah olehsafachy
- WorldReligions-Book Rubric Unit6Diunggah olehJaylen Gardner
- response paper 2Diunggah olehapi-253130618
- Demographic ModelDiunggah olehRian Wibisono
- edited_General-English-Question-Paper-Part-1.pdfDiunggah olehUtkarsh R Mishra
- The Power of HelloDiunggah olehHailey Caffie
- Vocab Week 16-20Diunggah olehprodigalson8
- Awl 2Diunggah olehmckymn
- ed 320 week 16Diunggah olehapi-282234932

- AIMCAT 1317 QuestionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- MC 1001303 SolutionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- AIMCAT 1315 QuestionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- AIMCAT 1318 QuestionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- AIMCAT 1318 SolutionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- AIMCAT 1315 SolutionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- AIMCAT 1317 SolutionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- AIMCAT 1320 QuestionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- AIMCAT 1320 SolutionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- AIMCAT 1320 SolutionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- MC 1001303 QuestionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- AIMCAT 1316 QuestionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- AIMCAT 1316 SolutionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- AIMCAT 1319 SolutionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- Proc 3 QuestionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- Proc 2 SolutionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- 1320_solDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- Proc 4 SolutionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- 1320_qDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- XAT 2009 Solutions SET DDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- Proc 3 SolutionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- Proc 1 SolutionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- AIMCAT 1319 SolutionsDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- ARDM XATDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta
- cl mock 1 QDiunggah olehkhushi19912011
- Proc 2 QuestionDiunggah olehTamal Saamnta

- Acid Base Long PresentationDiunggah olehSofia
- Cashflow 2004Diunggah olehgoodman123123
- Ancient Vedic MathematicsDiunggah olehapi-27469451
- Formula HandbookDiunggah olehhaqjmi
- Melo_et_al_Oikos_2003Diunggah olehTiate Tdatdntt
- 5-1 Exponential Functions (Presentation)Diunggah olehSandra Miller
- CMO-13-S.-2008-Annex-III-COURSE-SPECIFICATIONS-FOR-THE-BSCpE-PROGRAM (1).docDiunggah olehMichellePascualPullon
- 18.01 Single Variable Calculus, all NotesDiunggah olehGursimran Pannu
- MB0050-SLM-Unit-12Diunggah olehGall All
- Chapter 1Diunggah olehKhalid Siraj
- CAPE® Pure Mathematics Past Papers ebookDiunggah olehJANE BALBOSA MOHAMMED
- (4th Edition) Brian Vicente, Max Nori, H. Scott Fogler-Solutions Manual for Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering-Prentice Hall (2005)Diunggah olehJenniferXu
- Algorithm ComplexityDiunggah olehKaran Roy
- SLR to Tivoli Performance Reporter for OS-390 Migration Cookbook Sg245128Diunggah olehbupbechanh
- LongDiunggah olehAbhishek Srivastava
- Guide to MYP eAssessment.pdfDiunggah olehAnurag
- 03Attenuation USGDiunggah olehReza Apa Ja'er
- Unit 3 Logarithms ExamplesDiunggah olehAsghar Ali
- Plotting OpenFoam Residuals and Forces in Real TimeDiunggah olehMEYWALKER
- Magurran2Diunggah olehMD1000
- Pencil and EntropyDiunggah olehΑνδρέας Μπουτσιούκης
- C01 Calculus of One Variable _T1_1112Diunggah olehZachary Ng
- Logs and Exps Catholic 2001-2011Diunggah olehgstaz
- Use of Cluster Analysis method for prediction and rebuilding of lithological faciesDiunggah olehOuafi Ameur Zaimeche
- 387212 m2 Summary QuizDiunggah olehBryan Berino Gonzales
- Tutorial en Ingles de SatmasterDiunggah olehGladys Quispe Loza
- The Construction of the Wonderful Canon of LogarithmsDiunggah olehRené Wester
- AlgebraDiunggah olehgundu1234
- Gráficos, Tabelas Logarítmicas 16.04.13Diunggah olehjosbarbosa
- Agm ProofDiunggah olehMohammad Agung Nugroho