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Algebra may seem like a daunting word, but at its core, it’s all about using symbols and letters to represent numbers and express relationships between them. In the context of the CAT exam, algebraic concepts are applied to solve a variety of quantitative problems, making it an integral part of the test. By mastering algebra, you’ll gain the ability to solve complex equations, inequalities, and word problems efficiently.

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Algebra is the backbone of the Quantitative Aptitude section in the CAT exam. You can expect a significant portion of your test to be devoted to algebraic concepts and problem-solving. At Quantifiers, we recognize the importance of algebra in the CAT exam. Our approach to algebraic concepts is geared towards simplifying the learning process and making it accessible to all.

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If x is a positive real number then the minimum value of (x + 7) (x + 19)/(x + 3) is:

If f(x) = x^{2 }– 7x and g(x) = x + 3, then the minimum value of f(g(x)) – 3x is

(CAT 2021)

1. -16

2. -15

3. -12

4. -20

If 3x + 2 |y| + y = 7 and x + |x| + 3y = 1, then x + 2y is:

(CAT 2021)

(CAT 2021)

1. 8/3

2. -4/3

3. 1

4. 0

Find the range of (x^{2 }+ 4x + 8)/(x^{2 }+ 4x + 5)

Find the sum of all negative integral values of x where |x – | x – 2 | + 3 | – 4 < 3

Consider the function f(x) = (x + 4) (x + 6) (x + 8) ………….. (x + 98). The number of integers x for which f(x) is less than 0 are:

How many integer values of x will satisfy this (x² – 16|x| + 60) / (x² – 14x + 49) < 0

For how many positive integral values of k is (k-11)(k-15)(k − 19)… (k – 99) < 0?

The number of integers n that satisfy the inequalities |n -60| < |n-100| < |n-20| is:

(CAT 2021)

Consider the pair of equations: x² – xy – x = 22 and y² – xy + y = 34. If x > y, then x – y equals (CAT 2021)

1. 8

2. 6

3. 4

4. 7

f(x) = (x² + 2x -15) /(x² – 7x – 18) is negative if and only if (CAT 2021)

1. x < -5 or 3 < x < 9

2. -5 < x < -2 or 3 < x < 9

3. x < -5 or -2 < x < 3

4. -2 < x < 3 or x > 9

Let k be a constant. The equations kx + y = 3 and 4x + ky = 4 have a unique solution if and only if (CAT 2020)

1. k ≠ 2

2. |k| = 2

3. k = 2

4. |k| ≠ 2

2. |k| = 2

3. k = 2

4. |k| ≠ 2

Consider 2 APs 2,6,10……. and 5,12,19………….If S is a set containing the first 100 members of each progression then how many distinct elements are there in S?

Three positive integers x, y and z are in arithmetic progression. If y − x greater than 2 and xyz = 5 (x + y + z), then z − x equals: (CAT 2021)

1. 14

2. 10

3. 8

4. 12

a + b + c + d = 4 All a,b,c,d are integers Find minimum possible value of 1/a + 1/b + 1/c + 1/d

If x, y and z are non – zero real numbers and 9^{x} = 16^{y} = 36^{z} Find the value of 5[xz/(xy -yz) ]

If a, b, c are non-zero and 14^{a} = 36^{b} = 84^{c}, then 6b(1/c – 1/a) is equal to:

How many 3 term geometric progressions can be made from the series 1, 3, 3^{2}, 3^{3}, …… 3^{48}?

If log_{a}30 = A, log_{a}(5/3) = – B and log_{2} a = 1 /3, then log_{3} a equals: (CAT 2020)

1. 2/(A + B) – 3

2. 2/(A + B – 3)

3. (A + B)/2 – 3

4. (A + B – 3)/2

For a real number a , if (log_{15} a + log_{32} a) / [(log_{15} a)(log_{32} a)] = 4 then a must lie in range

1. 3 < a < 4

2. 2 < a < 3

3. 4 < a < 5

4. a > 5

If log_{2} [3 + log_{2} {4 + log_{4} (x – 1)}] – 2 = 0, then 4x equals: (CAT 2021)

If 5 – log_{10 }√(1 + x) + 4 log_{10} √(1 – x) = log_{10 }(1/√(1 – x²), then 100x equals

Log _{(x+3)} (x² – x ) < 1

x² + 9x + |K| = 0, roots of this quadratic are integers. How many integral values of K are possible?

The equation ax²+bx+c = 0 and 5x²+12x+13 = 0 have a common root where a,b,c are the side lengths of triangles ABC then find Angle C

If r a constant such that |x² – 4x – 13| = r has exactly three distinct real roots, then the value of r is

(CAT 2021)

(CAT 2021)

1. 17

2. 18

3. 15

4. 21

Suppose one of the roots of the equation ax² – bx + c = 0 is 2 + root13, where a, b and c are rational numbers and a is not equal to zero. If b = c³, then |a| equals to: (CAT 2021)

1. 4

2. 2

3. 1

4. 3

Let m and n be positive integers, If x² + mx + 2n = 0 and x² + 2nx + m = 0 have real roots, then the smallest possible value of m+ n is: (CAT 2020)

1. 5

2. 8

3. 7

4. 6

For natural numbers x, y and z, if xy + yz = 19 and yz + xz = 51, then how many such solutions are possible?

Given that three roots of f(x) = x^{4} + ax^{2} + bx + c are 2, – 3 and 5, what is the value of a + b + c?

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