by Sriram Krishnan | Oct 25, 2015 | Verbal

Paragraph completion questions are among the more difficult questions one encounters in the verbal section in CAT. In these questions, a paragraph is given with the last sentence deleted. Among the 4/5 options given, one option has to be chosen which best fits the...
by Shashank Prabhu | Oct 23, 2015 | Quant

The chicken McNugget theorem is an interesting concept which has extremely specific applications. The question type asks you to find the largest number which cannot be formed using two or three denominations. Let’s see how to solve these questions. The story behind...
by Shashank Prabhu | Oct 23, 2015 | Quant

In this part, I will be covering the remaining three types of questions from the topic of distribution of alike objects. In the earlier part, we saw how to solve questions involving distribution of alike objects when the number of positive, or non-negative integral...
by Shashank Prabhu | Oct 22, 2015 | Quant

Distribution of alike objects is probably one of the most daunting topics when it comes to permutations and combinations. There is a certain number of objects which are alike among a certain number of individuals/objects fulfilling certain conditions. You can read the...
by Shashank Prabhu | Oct 22, 2015 | Quant

Many a time, you would have been stumped by questions that ask you to calculate the number of points with integral coordinates inside an enclosed region. Let’s see how to solve these questions using a shorter method called the Pick’s theorem. For an uninitiated...