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DAY 12
66. Actuarial:
Meaning: calculating; pertaining to insurance statistics
Mnemonics: : actuarial sounds like factorial which implies doing calculation.
67. Actuary:
Meaning: someone who advises insurance companies
Mnemonics: : actuary is who acts with insurance company
68. Actuate:
Meaning: motivate; activate; cause to act
Mnemonics: : The senior actor performed and motivated his junior actor. act  to  motivate, thus gives, cause to act and motivate as synonym.
69. Acuity:
Meaning: sharpness (of mind or senses of sight or hearing)
Mnemonics: : acuity ~ a +cute; just imagine a cute girl you met in train who only have external beauty but doesn't have sharpness of mind.
70. Acumen:
Meaning: mental keenness; sharpness of judgment; ability to judge quickly and well;
Mnemonics: : acumen sounds like IQmen.. men with high IQ have ability to judge quickly (has keen insight).
DAY 9 SET 2
BCCI has to select a committee of five persons to serve as their representative on the board of ICC. The committee must have two coaches and three players, There are three coaches namely A, B, and C and five players namely D, E, F, G, and H that are available for selection.
Additional information given:
• B and H cannot be selected simultaneously.
• F and G cannot be selected simultaneously.
• E and H cannot be selected simultaneously.
1. For every possible acceptable selection of the committee representing BCCI on the board of ICC, which of the following replacement will always result in another acceptable selection of the committee representing BCCI on the board of ICC?
a. B for C b. F for E c. F for G d. B for A
2. If A is always selected in the committee, who else will definitely be selected in the committee?
a. C b. E c. D d. None of these
3. If A is always selected in the committee, in how many ways can the committee be selected?
a. 6 b. 4 c. 7 d. 5
SOLUTION:
1. c Since F and G are related to themselves only and F and G are mutually exclusive. Hence, option (c) is the correct choice.
Possible committees are as follows:
1. A, B, D, E and F
2. A, B, D, E and G
3. A, C, D, E and F
4. A, C, D, E and G
5. A, C, D, F and H
6. A, C, D, G and H
2. c In every committee, D will always be selected.
3. a There will be 6 ways in which the committee can be selected.
DAY 9 SET 1
Five people namely Ajay, Anand, Anup, Akash and Arjun work in the same company. Each one of them owns exactly one of the vehicles from a car, a bicycle, a scooter, a truck and a bus, not necessarily in the given order. Each of the people has a different height. Exactly two out of the five people are brothers. Further it is known that:
I. The shortest person does not have a bicycle and the tallest person has neither a car nor a scooter.
II. None of the two brothers is the tallest or the shortest among the given 5 people.
III. Akash has a car and is taller than at least three of the given people.
IV. Ajay does not have a bus. He is taller than exactly one of the two brothers.
V. Anup has a scooter and is not the shortest.
1. Which of the following are the two brothers?
a. Arjun and Akash b. Akash and Anup c. Ajay and Akash d. Cannot be determined
2. If Arjun is the shortest among the five people and has a bus, then which of the following statements is definitely true?
a. Ajay has a bicycle and is one of the brothers.
b. Anand is the tallest and has a truck.
c. Ajay has a truck and is taller than exactly 2 of the given 5 people.
d. None of these.
3. How many of the following statements, if provided independently, would be sufficient to determine
the owner of each of the vehicles?
A. Anand is the shortest among the five people and has a truck.
B. Ajay has a truck and Anand is the tallest.
C. Anand is the tallest among the five people and has a truck.
D. Arjun is not the tallest among the five people and does not have a bus.
a. 2 b. 1 c. 4 d. 3
SOLUTIONS
From (III) and (I) we can conclude that Akash is second tallest among the five people as he has a car and the tallest person can not have a car.
From (II) and (IV) we can conclude that one of the brothers is the second tallest and the other is the second shortest among the five people.
From (V) we can conclude that Anup is the second shortest among the five people as by (I) we know that the tallest person doest not have a scooter.
From the drawn conclusions we get that (Tallest = 1, shortest = 5)
1. b Akash and Anup are brothers
2 .d
If Arjun is the shortest among the given five people and has a bus, then Anand is the tallest person and he could have either
a bicycle or a truck.
3. c
Statement A:
Anand is the shortest among the five people and has a truck.
So, Arjun is the tallest among the five people and since Ajay does not have a bus, Arjun must have a bus and Ajay a bicycle. So, the information given in statement (A) is sufficient.
Statement B:
Ajay has a truck and Anand is the tallest, means Arjun is the shortest. So Anand will have a bicycle and Arjun will have a bus. So, the information given in statement (B) is sufficient.
Statement C:
Anand is the tallest among the five people and has a truck. So, Arjun is the shortest among the five people and has a bus
and Ajay has a bicycle. So, the information given in statement (C) is sufficient.
Statement D: Arjun is not the tallest among the five people and does not have a bus, which means Anand is the tallest person.
? Anand has a bus, Arjun has a truck and Ajay has a bicycle. So, the information given in statement (D) is sufficient. So, all the four statements are independently sufficient to
determine the owner of each vehicle
DAY 11
61. Acquiesce:
Meaning: assent; agree passively; comply without protest
Mnemonics: : ac+QUIE+s..concentrate on the part quie. and remember quiet..and yes which means submissive.. or imagine some1 who is quiet will say yes or agree without any protest
62. Acquittal:
Meaning: deliverance from a charge; V. acquit: free from a charge or accusation; discharge from a duty; conduct (oneself) in a specified manner
Mnemonics: : Sounds like accusation quit i.e., to leave something or someone ... or deliverance from a charge..
63. Acrid:
Meaning: bitter (to the taste or smell); sharp; bitterly pungent
Mnemonics: : remove "r" from acrid, so now it becomes acid n acid is always bitter in taste and when smelt its pungent too
64. Acrimonious:
Meaning: stinging; caustic; bitter in words or manner; N. acrimony: bitter illnatured animosity in speech or behavior
Mnemonics: : a+cri+moan+us...take cri as cry.....stinging bitter words hurt and moan us and make us cry
65. Acrophobia:
Meaning: fear of heights
Mnemonics: : acrow, crow fly at a HEIGHT, phobiafear hence fear of heights