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In a quadratic function, the value of the product of the roots $(\alpha, \beta)$ is $4$. Find the value of $\dfrac{\alpha^{n}+\beta^{n}}{\alpha^{-n}+\beta^{-n}}$ $n^{4}$ $4^{n}$ $2^{2n-1}$ $4^{n-1}$
answered 5 days ago in Quantitative Aptitude emsugandh 2.6k views
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There are $3$ Indians and $3$ Chinese in a group of $6$ people. How many subgroups of this group can we choose so that every subgroup has at least one Indian? $56$ $52$ $48$ $44$
answered Jan 14 in Quantitative Aptitude Sagar Kamble 391 views
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A tiger is $50$ leaps of its own behind a tree. The tiger takes $5$ leaps per minute to the deer's $4.$ If the tiger and the deer cover $8$ meter and $5$ meter per leap respectively, what distance in meters will the tiger have to run before it catches the deer$?$
answered Jan 13 in Quantitative Aptitude reboot 2.6k views
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What is the radix of the numbers if the solution to the quadratic equation $x^2-10x+26=0$ is $x=4$ and $x=7$? $8$ $9$ $10$ $11$
answered Jan 6 in Quantitative Aptitude Joey 143 views
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Given below are two statements: Statement $I$: $5$ divides $n^5-n$ wherever $n$ is a nonnegative integer Statement $II$: $6$ divides $n^3-n$ whenever $n$ is a nonnegative integer In the light of the above statements, choose the correct answer from the ... Statement $II$ are incorrect Statement $I$ is correct but Statement $II$ is incorrect Statement $I$ is incorrect but Statement $II$ is correct
asked Nov 20, 2020 in General Aptitude jothee 91 views
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The disaster team was asked to $\underline{\text{restrain}}$ the residents until the snake was caught. The underlined word is closest in meaning to: imprison frustrate disdain confine
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 1k views
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$\_\_\_\_\_\_$ I not informed you on time, you would have missed the opportunity. But Have Had Has
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 722 views
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The Prime Minister does not approve $\_\_\_\_\_\_$ the views expressed by the official. of at for on
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 489 views
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The topic that we were discussing now was first raised by our boss, $\_\_\_\_\_\_$? isn't it wasn't it was it hasn't it been
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 430 views
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Fill in the blank with the most appropriate choice. Akshay has decided to $\_\_\_\_\_\_\_$ from Chennai. move on pass away pass out pass by
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 344 views
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Choose from the options the word most similar in meaning to the given one: Dramatic striking insignificant calm tedious
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 310 views
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Choose the most appropriate alternative from the options given below to complete the sentence: Your allegation should be based on facts and not on $\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_$. proofs projections records antipathy
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 260 views
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Choose the most appropriate alternative from the options given below to complete the sentence: Anwar spent most of his life in $\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_$ the miseries of the physically challenged people. advocating avoiding mitigating absorbing
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 243 views
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When she first came to Delhi from Patna, she was hardly the $\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_$ student she later made herself out to be, since she had access to considerable family wealth. impecunious naive precocious ambitious
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 262 views
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A $\underline{vast}$ crowd had gathered to watch their $\underline{beloved}$ Prime Minister speak. The underlined words are $\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_$. adverbs nouns verbs adjectives
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 194 views
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Which of the following cannot be logically inferred from the given passage? Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people infected with the COVID-19 virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and ... on older people. COVID-19 is not dangerous if you are young. Maintaining hygiene helps in controlling COVID-19 spread.
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 258 views
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In the following sentence certain parts are underlined and marked P, Q, and R. One of the parts may contain certain error or may not be acceptable in standard written communication. Select the part containing an error. Choose D as your answer if there is no error. During an epidemic, ... $\underbrace{\underline{\text{make them more comfortable}}}_{R}$. P Q R No error
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 235 views
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If "jelogo" means "paperweight" and "pikogo" means "paperboard" and "wedpik" means "boardlift", which of the following would mean $weightlift$? ogopik jelwed pikjel wedjel
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 202 views
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Choose from the options the word most similar in meaning to the given one: Impulsive impetuous cautious cavernous impressive
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 223 views
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Choose the most appropriate alternative from the options given below to complete the sentence: $\textbf{The bride and groom decided to _________ on their grand wedding as they both were rich.}$ preserve conserve spoor splurge
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 197 views
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Choose the most appropriate alternative from the options given below to complete the sentence: $\textbf{Killing one's own parents amounts to __________.}$ parricide genocide infanticide fratricide
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 172 views
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Fill in the blank with the most appropriate word: The house $\_\_\_\_$ the lake. backed onto backed off backed up backed into
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 218 views
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Fill in the blank with the most appropriate word: After a long and hard relationship, he finally decided to $\_\_\_\_$ with his girlfriend. break in break off broke up break up
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 186 views
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From among the given sentences pick the grammatically correct one: Hugging his mother he opened the gift box. His performance in the match was superior than his teammates. I saw them playing while driving down the street. Laughing out loud Teja tried to express his happiness.
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 229 views
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From among the given sentences pick the grammatically correct one: I'm ill for two weeks. I'm ill since two weeks. I have been ill since two weeks. I have been ill for two weeks.
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 199 views
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From among the given sentences pick the grammatically INCORRECT one: He asked a tea. He was prevented from coming. I met your mother. I haven't seen a movie for a long time.
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 241 views
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From among the given sentences pick the grammatically correct one. She was prevented to come. Ravi met misfortune. We came a walk. Let’s go riding.
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 159 views
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From among the given sentences pick the grammatically INCORRECT one: I'm going to home. Send this letter to my address. They came for driving. He goes to his work.
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 163 views
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If you are absent from class for too long, it will be difficult to $\_\_\_\_$ . catch up catch out catch on catch at
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 130 views
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Fact: If it's cooked, the food is soft. Which of the following is a logically valid conclusion based on the above argument? It is cooked. The food is not soft. The food is soft. It is not cooked. If (III), then (IV). If (I), then (II). If (IV), then (II). If (II), then (IV).
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 151 views
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Choose the most appropriate tense and fill in the blank: Tom $\_\_\_\_$ to the day when he could leave his current job. should've looked forward to look forward looking forward looked forward
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 126 views
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Kevin is older than Tim. Jason is older than Kevin. Tim is older than Jason. If the statements (I) and (II) are TRUE, then (III) will be: Insufficient data True Not applicable False
asked Jun 7, 2020 in Verbal Aptitude gatecse 278 views
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