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Around 1960, mathematician Edward Lorenz found unexpected

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New post 21 Feb 2018, 17:02
can anyone explain question 4 ?
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New post 14 Mar 2018, 07:14
Could you please throw light on Option A and D for Question 1? both has describe and explain components, one talks about complicated aspects, other about fields of study....slightly confused between the two
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This is a passage from MGMAT RC book. Level -700 .
For the question 4, I could not get anything which mentioned about the 'Right side bowl...' plz explain the answer why is it E ?
Give explanation for question 5 also.
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