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TESTfunda - CAT Question of the Day 25-Dec-09

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CAT Question of the Day
It is given that A is a 3 × 3 symmetric matrix and that B is a 3 × 3 skew-symmetric matrix. Also, C = A + B. Neither A nor B can have more than three elements which are zero. Let x be the number of elements of C which are zero. What is the maximum possible value of x?
 5)None of these
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In a group discussion, do not take an extreme stand. Have an opinion, but also accept (reasonable) flaws, if any, in it, and be willing to listen to other people.
Last year's Question of the day (25-Dec-08)
The following question has a paragraph from which the last sentence has been deleted. From the given options, choose the one that completes the paragraph in the most appropriate way.

In all countries there are many, among even the most refined and highly cultivated classes, who are not at all embarrassed by any moral delicacy. This is especially the case in those countries in Europe, particularly on the Continent, where the idea of the allowableness of falsehood in certain cases as a means for the attainment of a good end, is generally entertained. The French have two terrible bugbears, under the names of Monsieur and Madame Croquemitaine, who are as familiar to the imaginations of French children as Santa Claus is, in a much more agreeable way, to the juvenile fancy at our firesides. Monsieur and Madame Croquemitaine are frightful monsters, who come down the chimney, or through the roof, at night, and carry off bad children. They learn from their little fingers - which whisper in their ears when they hold them near - who the bad children are, where they live, and what they have done. ___________________________
 1)The instinctive faith of young children in their mother's truthfulness is so strong that no absurdity seems gross enough to overcome it.
 2)The instinctive faith of young children in these stories is so strong that no absurdity seems gross enough to overcome it.
 3)And Santa Claus misses them every year for gifting them with the goodies.
 4)What a false story to be weaved indeed!
 5)Such grotesque bugbears are found even in other European countries where the ends justify the means.
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December 24, 2009

Top Headlines

One-sided decision can't be taken: Government on Telangana
The government said "one-sided" decision cannot be taken as consensus was required on the issue and expressed confidence that people will "accept it" after some time.

Congress, BJP unwilling to accept Soren as chief minister
Both the BJP and Congress are exploring the possibility of forming the next government with the JMM, but are finding it hard to accept the terms of Shibu Soren.

India says 2-month gap must for visitors
The government said a two-month gap between two visits is mandatory for foreigners holding long-term multi-entry tourist visas.


Girl dies after being beaten by teacher
Not bringing her text book to class proved fatal for an 8-year-old girl student of a primary government school in Auraiyya district of Uttar Pradesh.

3 MCD engineers in dock for unauthorised buildings
The CIC has lambasted MCD officials for protecting "unauthorised construction" and colluding with builders by withholding information on the three engineers.


Top PSUs to get 'Maharatna' status
The government approved bestowing the 'Maharatna' status with autonomy to the PSUs which have a three-year track record of annual turnover of Rs 25,000 crore.

FII inflows hit record Rs 80,000 cr-mark in 2009
Foreign institutional investors flocked back to bet on the India growth story by pouring in a record over Rs 80,000 crore in domestic equities in 2009.


F1: Schumacher eyes new title with comeback
Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher said he was gunning for an eighth title in his comeback to Formula One racing with Mercedes GP from next season.

English athletes to miss CWG 2010: Report
The athletics and Gymnastics events of 2010 Commonwealth Games might lose sheen as a host of top English names have decided to skip the Games.


Ranbir Kapoor can sing
Producer Sajid Nadiadwala, director Siddharth Anand and music composers Vishal Shekhar asked Ranbir Kapoor to lend his voice for a song in 'Anjaana Anjaani'.

Hrithik broken by Barbara's love
Hrithik Roshan confessed that he was just not able to get Barbara Mori out of his mind and the effort to keep up the fa├žade of being happily married is tearing him apart.


Domestic ITeS market to double by 2013
According to a study, the domestic IT services market in the country is estimated to more than double to $12.8 billion in 2013.

HP admits 'racist' PC problem
Hewlett-Packard has admitted that its new face-tracking webcam has "issues" with black user and are taking the matter seriously.


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