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# CAT 2019 | Quantitative Aptitude || Super Quiz 11 || 22.11.2019

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Question 2

If 3

^{a}= 4^{b}= 12^{c}, then (a + b)c is equal to:Question 3

Value of the following summation

is equal to:

is equal to:

Question 4

Eight chairs are numbered 1 to 8 . Two women and three men wish to occupy one chair each. First, two women choose the chairs amongst the chairs numbered 1 to 4, and then the men select the chairs amongst the remaining chairs. The number of possible arrangements is:

Question 5

If a, b and c are in a geometric progression then is equal to:

Question 6

The rational number which equals to the number with recurring decimal is:

Question 7

Third term of a geometric progression is 4. The product of the first five terms is:

Question 8

If three digits 2, 3 and 4 sit always side by side, the number of seven digit numbers formed by 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 without using any digit more than once is:

Question 9

In a question paper there are six questions and each question has an alternative. The number of ways in which a student can select at least 3 questions is:

Question 10

The number of ways in which 9 different books can be divided equally among three students is:

Question 11

The number 15 is to be divided into two parts such that the square of one multiplied with the cube of the other is maximum. The parts are:

Question 12

ABCD is convex quadrilateral. The diagonals AC and BD intersect at O. The areas of AOB and COD are 4 cm

^{2}and 9 cm^{2}respectively. The minimum possible area of the quadrilateral (in cm^{2})is:- 683 attempts
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