Polygon forms an essential part of Quant section in CAT, XAT and other MBA entrance tests. It can be the easiest topics of Quantitative Aptitude, if you prepare it well. In this blog we are going to discuss some basic properties of polygons with more than 4 sides.
Profit and loss is one of the most frequently asked topics from percentages in the CAT exam. With proper practice and clear understanding of its concepts, one can easily increase his/her CAT exam score as it is also one of the easiest topics from Quants. If you are preparing for
The CAT exam quantitative aptitude section includes several questions from the topic of probability. Probability is nothing but a chance that some event might occur. More formally, it calculates a numerical value between 0 and 1 that represents the likelihood that an event might occur. Thus it is important to remember
Para Jumble questions have been consistently coming in CAT and are usually non-MCQ type questions without any negative marking. Thus, you must attempt all these questions and you must try to get them right. These question usually have 2 variants. One is para jumble, where you have to identify the
Just like THANOS, CAT follows the principle of Elimination. When the result arrives, you feel just like ‘AVENGERS-INFINITY WAR Part 1’, when THANOS, with his single snap, eliminates half of the universe’s population. In the same way, more than half of the applicants are eliminated from CAT too, more cruelly.