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CSTE 17th June, 2006
Objective Questions:
1. A question on fit components. Which of the following contributes to fit.
a. Data b. Structure c. People d. Rule e. All of the above
2. Reliability, timeliness, consistency are included in which component of fit
CSTE 16th Sept 2006
Objective Questions
1. As a general rule, _ measures are much more important.
a. Subjective
b. Objective
2. If the measurement taken by the two people are same refers to the term as
a. Reliability
b. Validity
c. Calibration
d. Ease of
CSTE Sample Paper
1. The customers view of quality means:
a. Meeting requirements
b. Doing it the right way
c. Doing it right the first time
d. Fit for use
e. Doing it on time
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Time . 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 70
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MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Thursday 5 June 2008
Part III
9.00 to 12.00
PAPER 50
STATISTICAL FIELD THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
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There are FOUR questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
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Wednesday 4 June 2008
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PAPER 54
THE STANDARD MODEL
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STOCHASTIC CALCULUS AND APPLICATIONS
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SPECTRAL GEOMETRY
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Wednesday 4 June 2008
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PAPER 25
ALGEBRAIC CYCLES
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There are SIX questions in total.
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PAPER 33
MODULAR AND AUTOMORPHIC FORMS
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There are FOUR questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
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Thursday 5 June 2008
Part III
9.00 to 12.00
PAPER 21
ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY
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There are FIVE questions in total.
The questions carry equal weight.
k is a fixed algebraically closed field.
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MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Tuesday 3 June 2008
Part III
1.30 to 4.30
PAPER 18
ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY
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There are SEVEN questions in total.
All questions are of equal weight. Standard theorems from the course may be used
without proof if
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
Friday 30 May 2008
Part III
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PAPER 22
COMPLEX MANIFOLDS
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CIVIL ENGINEERING
Duration : Three hours
Maximum marks : 150
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CE : CIVIL ENGINEERING
Time Allowed .- 3 Hours
Maximum Marks .- 150
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1. Solution for the system dened by the set of equa-
tions4y+3z=8; Zr~z=2;and 3x+2y=5 is
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CSAT: Understanding the equations
CSAT PAPER-2
APTITUDE TEST
SECTION-A: Data Interpretation+
Logical Reasoning
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C) Cant be predicted
D) Could be predicted, but none of the above
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The minimum and the maximum eigen values of the matrix 1 5 1 are -2 and
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