# ISI MS in Quantitative Economics Sample Model Papers 2016

ISI MS in Quantitative Economics Sample Model Papers 2016.

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## ISI MS in Quantitative Economics Sample Model Papers 2016.

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The three vectors [0; 1], [1; 0] and [1000; 1000] are
(A) Dependent,
(B) Independent,
(C) Pairwise orthogonal,
(D) None of the above.

In what ratio should a given line be divided into two parts, so that the area of the rectangle formed by the two parts as the sides is the maximum possible?
(A) 1 is to 1,
(B) 1 is to 4,
(C) 3 is to 2,
(D) None of the above.

P (x) is a quadratic polynomial such that P (1) = P (-1). Then
(A) The two roots sum to zero,
(B) The two roots sum to 1,
(C) One root is twice the other,
(D) None of the above.

From a group of 6 men and 5 women, how many diﬀerent committees consisting of three men and two women can be formed when it is known that 2 of the men do not want to be on the committee together?
(A) 160,
(B) 80,
(C) 120,
(D) 200.

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