Author: Wonder Boy

Basic Concepts of Algebra

The Variables and constant coefficients combine to form algebraic terms and these algebraic terms combine to form Algebraic expressions. To combine the algebraic expressions mathematical operators are used. Example of variable : x,y,z Example...

IIM A, IIM B, IIMC, IIM L, IIM K announced GD PI WAT Shortlist. Check Now

IIM A, IIM B, IIMC, IIM L, IIM K announced GD PI WAT Shortlist. Check Now

CAT 2017  results were declared on 8th January 2017. Since then a lot many IIMs have started releasing their shortlisted candidates for GD PI. Some IIMs are mailing the shortlisted candidates but some are...

Maximum and minimum value of X+1/X

Since you are preparing for CAT/CSAT, you already know the range of values of x+1/x \/ Isn’t it ?? \/ Well if you don’t, you have to devote more time to your studies. The...

enervate

Vocab Tadka : Enervate vs Innervate (Confusing Words)

Lets discuss the difference between confusing words Enervate & Innervate . ENERVATE 1 (v) weaken mentally or morally Type: ‘verb.change’ 2 (v) disturb the composure of Type: ‘verb.emotion’ Synonym: faze, unnerve, unsettle, Sentence Usage : To learn the word...

Naive

Vocab Tadka : Knave Vs Nave Vs Naive (Confusing Words)

Today we will discuss the difference between similar sounding words Knave, Nave & Naive. Knave 1 (n) a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel Type: ‘noun.person’ Synonym: rapscallion, rascal, rogue, scalawag, scallywag, varlet, 2 (n) one of four face cards in a deck bearing a...

hale

Vocab Tadka : Hail vs Hale (Confusing Words)

Lets discuss the difference between confusing words Hail & Hale . HAIL 1 (n) precipitation of ice pellets when there are strong rising air currents Type: ‘noun.phenomenon’ 2 (n) many objects thrown forcefully through the air Type: ‘noun.object’ 3 (n)...

faint

Vocab Tadka : Faint vs Feint (Confusing Words)

90 Days to CAT – Schedule  \/ Lets discuss the difference between confusing words Faint & Feint . FAINT 1 (n) a spontaneous loss of consciousness caused by insufficient blood to the brain Type: ‘noun.event’ Synonym: deliquium, swoon,...

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