## The Pearson Guide to Quantitative Aptitude for CAT 2/eThe Pearson Guide to Quantitative Aptitude for CAT 2/e has everything you need to secure a top score in the quantitative aptitude papers of the CAT and other MBA entrance examinations. Written in a student-friendly style, this book explains concepts in a concise manner and includes numerous examples and worked-out problems. It also contains ample practice problems, scientifically designed and arranged in four levels (in an increasing order of difficulty). The text also contains a chapter on Vedic mathematics, which provides unique time-saving and easy techniques for complex calculations. |

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### Contents

III | 3 |

IV | 10 |

V | 49 |

VII | 51 |

VIII | 76 |

IX | 95 |

X | 117 |

XI | 138 |

XX | 269 |

XXI | 275 |

XXII | 297 |

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XXIV | 315 |

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XXVI | 399 |

XXVIII | 401 |

XII | 160 |

XIII | 191 |

XV | 193 |

XVI | 201 |

XVII | 216 |

XVIII | 234 |

XIX | 251 |

XXIX | 415 |

XXX | 437 |

XXXI | 445 |

XXXIII | 463 |

XXXV | 531 |

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20 Answer ABCD Assume average calculated centre circle circular circumcentre cone cost cube cuboid cyclic quadrilateral determined diagonal Digital sum Directions for questions discount divided divisibility rule divisible divisors equal equilateral triangle Example factors Find the number following is true four function graph height Hence incentre increase km/h length litres marks maximum number method milk minimum value multiple natural numbers number of days Number of questions number of students odd function odd number options Patna perimeter pipes positive numbers possible Prabhat Khabar prime numbers profit percentage quadratic equation questions based radius ratio Read the passage real numbers rectangle remainder respectively rhombus right angled roots side solve the questions speed surface area tank theorem topic total number train unit digit vertices volume zero