2:58 AM
@JohnRennie What is an ATP tournament?
The ATP Masters tournaments (previously known as ATP Masters Series) is a series of nine tennis tournaments featuring the top-ranked players on the ATP Tour.
This is what I found please describe this slightly.

1 hour later…
4:13 AM
@RajorshiKoyal ATP = Association of Tennis Professionals
The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) is the governing body of the men's professional tennis circuits - the ATP Tour, the ATP Challenger Tour and the ATP Champions Tour. It was formed in September 1972 by Donald Dell, Jack Kramer, and Cliff Drysdale to protect the interests of professional tennis players, and Drysdale became the first President. Since 1990, the association has organized the ATP Tour, the worldwide tennis tour for men and linked the title of the tour with the organization's name. It is the governing body of men's professional tennis. In 1990 the organization was called the...
@RajorshiKoyal do you mean non-executive directors?

4:33 AM
No no non official only.
Maybe that is
All that I can say is
They are all nominated
@JohnRennie sir

I have never heard the term non-official director

Ok
I have a couple of doubts from number series of
I will ask them one by one
In a couple of minutes

4:50 AM
OK

5:20 AM
582,762,853,897,919.5
@JohnRennie Please assist me with this

Is that another of the "find the next number" questions?

No no find the wrong term

@RajorshiKoyal I took the differences to see what would happen and I got this:
If you look at the differences they almost but not quite halve each time. If they halved they would be 180, 90, 45, 22.5. Yes?

Yes
Which is the odd one out then?

Well suppose we change 853 to 852. What does that do to the differences?

5:31 AM
Difference is just halved

Yes, and looks a more likely pattern. So my guess is that the number 853 is the wrong term because it should be 852.

Why not 897
Even there there is this half problem isn't it?

How would you change 897 to make the differences halve each time?

I changed 897 to 900 but there is no pattern to the differences ...

5:38 AM
I still cannot figure out why you chose 853
13,77,202,418,763,1273
22,24,32,70,168,511

If the differences halve each time then the third number has to the second number + 90

Same question please pick the wrong one out..

3 mins ago, by Rajorshi Koyal
13,77,202,418,763,1273

The differences are halving nowhere
They are close to getting halved

```13	diff
77	64
202	125
418	216
763	345
1273	510```

5:43 AM
763
cubes

Hmm, I can't see an obvious pattern in the differences ...

@JohnRennie 44 is not the half of 91,22.5 in not the half of 44.
Am I correct?

Which problem are we talking about now?

The previous problem to the one we just discussed

I'm not sure what point you are making ...

5:50 AM
44 is not half of 91

OK, that's true

22.5 is not half of 44
Am I correct?

Yes, but so what?

Then why are you choosing that as an answer?
There are multiple odd ones
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What I'm saying is that with the figures we are given the differences are 180, 91, 44, 22.5 so they are almost but not quite halving each time.

5:52 AM
ok..What is so peculiar about the difference 91?

And if we change 853 to 852 the differences become 180, 90, 45, 22.5 so now they are halving each time.

ok now I got you :-)

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7:42 AM
19,20,45,129,520,2605
If this is the sequence then what will be the value from the sequence thus calculated?
Like it would depend on X1+1 ,X2+2,X3+3.... etc
How do you jufge the second term without even identifying a couple of patterns?

7 hours later…
3:05 PM
@JohnRennie Sir
This is interview extract from someone who attended his interview call here
If you find anything in particular that attracts you please tell me
His interview style must be unique since he score so much marks.
Can you analyze the kind of questions they are asking?

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4:37 PM
Scheduled commercial banks keep cash balances in two ways:
a.They keep part of cash balance with themselves,and
b.The other part is kept with the RBI as seposits.