Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
2Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
AIMCAT 1317 Solutions

AIMCAT 1317 Solutions

Ratings: (0)|Views: 251|Likes:
Published by Tamal Saamnta

More info:

Published by: Tamal Saamnta on Jul 15, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

05/13/2014

pdf

text

original

 
7/9/12
T.IM..E.
'fr,umphailllfl5.li'lUleof
MarnlQcO"II::nt~dlJC<lli<ttJ
Pvt.
LbJ.
(KeyandSolutionsforAIMCAT1317)Key
SECTION-I
1.
C
6.
A
2.
A
7.A
3.
D
8.
D
4.
D
9.
C
5.C
10.
A
11.0
12.0
13.
A.
14.A
15.A
16.
C.
17.A
18.D
19.C
20.B
21.C22.C
2:3.A2:4.B
25.C
2R0
27.B
28.B
2.9.A
30.D
SECTION-II
1.
S
6.
A
2.
0
7.
A
3.
0
8.
ID
4.
B
9.
A
5.
0
10.
B
11.C
12.0
13.C14.B
1.5.C
16.D17.C
18.B
19.G20.D
21.C
22.B
23.C
24.B
2:5.B
26.A
2.7.A
28.C
29.A
30.C
Solutions
SEcnON-[
Solutionsforquestions1
to
12:
'1.
Let:theselilingprice,ofthearticlebex,Thenmarkedprice=1.2Sxandthecostprice=0.62Sx.
.',Pe~cenlageofprofilonsellirngmearncre
=
O.37.5.x(100%)
=
60%Choice
(e)
O.625x
=>
4K.
+
K~-~
=
0
1
=>K;;;1!/i
However,Kcannotbegreaterthant.Henee,K=1~~
...2
Now,
.!:!.
bacteria
werepresentatthebeginl1im9ofthethird
2
hour(l.e.,aftertheflrsttwohours)
Hence,thepercentage[~atwillmmainafterthe3'"hour
=
~(1-[1-
5
)
=
25~
35.4%
of
N.Choice
(D)
5.
90leavesaremainderof12(or-1)whendividsdby13.
:.90"
leaves
a
remainderof
12"(or-1)"
Whendivided
by
13.
:.909~
l!eavesaremainderof1-1
J.~;
=
-1.
i.e.,12,whendividedby13.
2.
2),(2,3),.,.,.......,AUernativesolution:
90
9
,=
[(13}
(7)
-1]91Intheexpansionof((13)
(71-
11~',
everytermcontains13exceptthelast.Thelastterm~s(':_1)~'
"'-1.
:.Thenumber90
91
will
be
oftileform
13k-
1.
:.Theremainderwhenltlsdividedby13is-1or12.Choice
(C)
6.
GiventhatDEand!
FG
are
bothparallelto
8.
=>
DE
is
parallel
10
FG.
:.MOE-
.liAGFSincetheareaof
MOE
isequal10theareaofthequadrilateralDEGF,theareaofMFGistwicstheareaof
theMDiE.
Areaof~ADE(AD):.!(AE)"[DE)2
Area
of~AFG-AF
=
AG
=
FGThe
favourableccmblnanons
are
(1,
(24.25).
:.Required.
pro.balbiHty
2x24
2
2x
2SC
25
2'
Choice(A)
:.(~~r
i
DE1
=>
FG
=J2
Choice(A)
3.
A
system
hasno
solutions,
l.e.,Vheequancns
are
lncenststsnt,ifftheeoafficisntiimoneofthemcanbe
expressedasacertain
combinationof
theccefflclentin
the
othertwo"bUittheconstanttermisnotequal
to
the
cmresporndingicombinadono·f
the
constantsintheothertwo.
LeI'strytoexpress
tM
coefficientofCilntermou
those
of
{1}
and(3)
2p...3q'"
1"----"-
(D)P
+
q'"
1--------(E)and
3p-q'"7-----(F)
Solving(4)and(5).
we
getq'"-1andp'"
2.
We
see
that(F)isalso
safistled.
Therefore,2(A)-18)
=.
x....y
+
7z
=
2(4)-5
=
3
r,
IfCisanynumberotherthan3.thereis
no
solution.Choice(D)
4.Sincethenumber-of
bacteria
thatpertsneo
in
tile
mrst
twohoursissameasIh·al.whichperishedafterthat,.itfoHowsthatexactlyhalloftilelnltialbacteriaperishedin~!Jefiirst
twohours,AssumingN
bscterlia
were
presentat
the
beginni'ng,
Numberofbacteriaperlshlnqin1
st
hour=KNNumberof
bacteria
pe~ishingin
2
nd
hour
s
K(1-K)NN:.KN...K(1-i<)N
==-
.2
©
Triumphant
InstituteofManagement
EdUcationPvt.
Ltd.
(T.l.M.E.),
95B,
Siddamseny
Complex,
ParkLane,Secunderabad+Slli)003.
Alirights
reserved.
Nopartofthis,
materialmay
be
reproduced,
ill.
anyform
or
by
any
means,
without
permissioninwriting..
This
coursematerial
is
onlyfor
the
useofbonafide
students
of
TriumphantInstitute
of
ManagementEducation
Pvt.LId.andits
licensees/francbiseesand
isnotforsale.(6pages)(ance/ancf)
AI
MCATUI
1/6
 
7/9/12
7.
2
~xl+lxl
~3=O
=-1:<l2_3Ix~
+2=0
=:>
(lxl-1)
(lxl-2}=o
=-
Ixl"
1
or
Ixl
"2
=:>
x"
±
1
or
±
2.
Hence,tihegraph
should
have
lourpolnts
0'1
lntersection
wilth
thex-axts.
Option
(A)
isthecorrectrepresentation.Choice
(A)
8,.
Letthenumberofcatsbec.N'!.lrnber
onmiceeaten
by
eachcatmustIbemorethanc'
say
0
+
k,
Totalnumberofrnlcs
sa
c(c
+,
k)
"'999919Thenearestperfect.squareis(1000f"1000000.
Now
99919
=
10000-
81'"
(1000)2-
(91
2
"(1000
+
9)pOCO-9)
=
(1009)(991)
Eachcateatsmore
mice
than
'the
totalnumberofcatspresentSo,the~ewere991catsand
escheat
sats1009mice.Thisistheonlypossible,solutionasbotll99'1and1009
a:re
priime
numbers.
Choice,
(D)
,Aflternativesolution:Sinceeachcatatethesamenumberof
mlee,
thetotalnumber
of
micemust
be
divisible
by
the
numberofcats.
Fromtlhechoices,noneof66'7,899,
1147
(Intact,sincemice:;.
cats,number
of
catscannotexceed1000,as
1000
x
1000:;.999919.
Hence
1147
oannotnelhe
answer)exactlydivides999919(tobefoundoutbydividing).
HenceChoice
{D).
9..Ift~esurnofsomenumbersisaconstant,thenthesumoftheir
nliIl
powersisminJmumwhenthenumbersareequal.(when
III
isanevennaturalnumber),Leta,band
0
bethethreeintegers.Given
a
+
b
+c
=
10
So,
a
4~
b,4'"
c
4
wi.11
haveminimumvaluewhena"
b
=
c
10B.....
:3
.ut
smce
thiSIS
not
posslb!e
theymustchosen
as
oloss
toeachotheras
possible.
(a,b,
cJ"
(3,3,4)
orsomeomer
order
on
thesame
cornbinaticn.
a~
+
b
4..
c
4
=
3
4
+3~+44
=
418Choice
(C)
10.lilethreedigit:
numbers.
satisfyingtile
conditionhavetheform
~1a'"
9and
7b
+:2
wherea
and
b
arethe
respective
euouentswilenthenumbersaredivil.1edby11and7.
,·.1H
+
9
«rs»
2
~-a
+1
=
b.
theleastnumbersatislyirngtheConditionisobtJil'ledwhenboth
a
and
b
arenon-negativeintegers.When
a
is
0,
b
=
1.
Hence
theleastnumbersatisfyingthe
conddlon
is
9.
lhe
general
form
of
the
numbers
satisnying
theeonctnon
=
L.C.M(11,7)K
+
'9
=
17K
+
9,whereK
lisapositiveinteger,
100
<
77'K
+
9
<:
1000
1467
HenceK>1-andK
<:
12-
7777
HenceKcantake11values(i.e.,
from
2.1012),
=!>
Tlhereare11possiblesuchthree-digitnumbers,
choice(A)
11.Lett~enumberwithtne
j1.h
stucent'"Ni
Given
N'"
N-l
+
N'l
Hencethenumberwith
113'7
1h
student
"Ntl37'"
N
1136"
Nnae
=-
16
=
-57
+
N'1'1.J6
~N
113S'"
73
simila~ly
N1l35"
-73
andN
m
9'"
57
and
Nm~
~~16andNn
40'"
-16
:.weseethatthe
serles
ofnumbers
from
N
l134
onwards
is
<IS
follows
-15,
-73,-57,
16,
73,
57"
-16,-7'3.
-57
andso
on,
wRh
the
set
ofsixvaluesrepealingooniirmously,Notemattheslimofthesesixvalues,themselvesiszero.Fromthepattern,wecarlsay
til
atthenumberwiththestudent
ot
the
form
N
=
6k
+1will
be-73.
(,NI135
=
~73and1135
=
6k+1):.wecanignoreallstudentstillthehighestmultipleofsixunder(orequalto)2272l.e,tillI2:268,Nowonlyfourmerestudentswillremain,andtheywillhavethenumbers-73,--57,16and73.
Hence,thesum
oHMnumberswiththemwill
be
--41,Choice
(D)
1.2,
Givenequation
31
x
-I-
13y"75.
(A}(2,.1)
satisfiesthegivenequation
31(2)
+
13(1)"
75,
Any
pair
(x,
y)
satisfying
the
equation
canbeexpressedin
the
'form(2~
13K,
31K
,+
1}whem~is
an
integer.
r.
When
IK"
1
(2-13(1),
31
+
1)'"
(-tt,.
32)
When
K
=
2(2-
1.3(21,
.3112),.
1)"(-,24,63)
When
K'"3(2-
13(31;
3113)
+
1)"
(-37,
94)
.:Option
(0)doesnotsatisfy
t!hegiven
equation..Choice(D)Solution
for
question13:
13.
%
change
un.
theratiofrom2005-06to2006-07
(715)·
(,6511)
421-
m
x100
=
116%
(~~~)
From
2006=07
to
2007=08,
it
was
(584715)
(~)x100.0.55%
715
421
From
2007-08
to
2008-09.
It
was
(672584)
(~),100.7.62%
584
342
From
2008-09
to
2009-10.
it
was
(*-~)
=
01
(.)x
100..0.85
I<>
672
426
From2009-10to
2010-11.
itwas
(793727)
534~457
00
=
665'X
(727)
x
1.
o
--
457
From2010-11to2011-12,
it
was
(1128793J
.642-534"
x100
=
18,32%
(793JI
534
r,
Thehighesl
%
chaogewas18,32%.
enoree
(A)
TriurnphantlnstituteofManagementEducationPvtLtd.{T_I.III.£')
no:
95B,2'"Floor,SiddamsettyComplex,Secunderabad-500003
Tel:040-:27898195Fax:040-27847334email:i.nfo@time4edllcMion,comwebsite:www.ti.l11e4education.comAIMCA'Tt317.So!J2
2/6
 
7/9/12
www.time4education.com/Onlinelnvigiiated/printwindow-sol.asp?tno=5E5F5B5E5E5F5B5C5E5F5B5...solunonsforquestions14to16:Thetablebelowgiv'esdetailsoftheterminals
and
theconrespondling
flights.
TlT2
T3
T4FlightETAETDFlight
I
ETA
ETDIFlightETA
ETD
Fllight
ETA
ET'D
6E-3726:208:15SG-9'16
I
6:44
9:08
IT-1627:06
9"10
IT-3184-
7:208:59
SG-4238:2811.:236E-168
I
9:2210:58IT-345
9:36
11:07KF-41979:0610:49IC-724'11:27
13:16
re-sts
I
11:13
13:1014.It.canbeobservedfwmtheabove'tablethatIC-724isparkedatterminalT
1,
Choice(A)
15.
Theshortestdifference
in
the
ETO
ofoneflightand
ElI"A
of
anotherflightinthesameterminal
is
4minutes(observed
incaseof
T
1)
Choice
(A)
16.Betweern
111:23
and
11:21,
terminalsT"
T3
and
T
4
are
vacant,:.AImost3terrrnnals
are
vacant.
enoree
(C)
Solut.ionsforquestlens17to1'9:17.Itissufflclsnt10comparetheratio20..7(l.e.,formango)
32.8
27.419.45.84,618.7.'d'
with
the
ratios----------an
6.9'11.8'14,3''6,1'24.7'3.43.4
By
observation,only
5.8(i.e.,
Apples)
is
less
than
14.3
20.7
'H"
I'
ty
1"1
3:2.8'
enceon
y
one
vane
·0
nun;
Choice(A)18,Export
price
pertonneforwalnutsisproportiona~27·4
6.9
whichisthe~ighestratio,Statement
A
istrue
as
walnuts
hasthehighest
ratioof
valuetoquantkty.
SB·20.718.7
tatement
IS
trueas--
<--
32:.824.7'
3.4
%
ofxx
StatementCistrueas-__;--
3.4%
of
Yy
St·
to'It19.4%2(3.4)
atemen
IS
notrue
--0-
<:.-.
11,8%3.4
Choice(D)
19.l
stthetotalproduction
of
all
thefreshfruitsbe
100.
"'"Exportsof'freshfruits=30Fromthe1"pie-chart,exportsof
mango;;;
32.8%ofexportsofallfreshfruits
=,
,32.8%
of
30
whiohis
20%
ofthe
productionof
mangoes.
32.8x30
:,32,8%
of30
=
20%
PM
::::0
PM
=
=
49.2
20
QUit
ofnne
totalproduction
of
Hm,
shareofmangoes
=
49.2
or
49.2%.Choice
(e)
Solutionsforquestions20and21:
21,Ratio
or
total
pesales
inchinaandAustralia=3:1.:ratioofdesktopsalesinchineandAustralla=3x84:1x72=252:72=63:18:.rat~o
ot
vslue
of
desktopmarket
=
63
x
2:18
x
3
=
126:
54
=
7:3..
Choice(C)Solutions
for
qu:estions22to
30:
22.
Wecalllistthevaluesoftheexp~essionswhichappearin
theoptions,
x
Y
xi"4y~3x~4y+3
x-5
y+5
Xi"·5y~4
6
11510112
2
118
1
120
11
1111
7
55
11
52
3
58
2
60
12
51
8
35
3
40
9
25
4
30
10
19
5
24
11
15
6
20
13
10
S
15
15
7
10
12
We
call
see
that
(x-5)
(y
+
5)
is
a
constantChoice(C)23,Every
Ih~ee
non-colhnearpointsinaplaneformaIriang!e,
Hence,the
numberof
triangles
tnat
canbeformedbyusingthe10
pointsis10CJ=
120.
Choice(.A)
24,
Lettheprincipal;amount,rateofinterestanenumberofyearsbeP,A.randn~espectively.,Given,A=3P
whereR"(1+1~O)i,e.,3P
=
PRJ
·.R~~
~R'~
(3~r~"~R'~27
:.PR~;;;;2.7PChoice(6)
25,
The
graph
of
the
given
lines
is.asfollows:
y
20.
Ratio
oflaptopstodesktops
in
India
=
5,:
95,
Le"1:19
Given,no.oflaptops
=,
28,000~No.ofdesktops=
2:8000
x
19.
c,
Totalvaliue
=:
value
of
laptops+valueofdesktops
8.
ABCisthereqelredregiion.
=
(28000
x
45000)
+
(28000
»:
19
x
25000)
r,
Theareaoftherequiredregionis=28x10
6
x5(9..9!;»)=10
6X
140x104..!.xABxOc=2x2x2=2sq,unitsChoice(C)=~1456croreChoice
(8)
22
Triumphant
Institute
of
Manag,ementEducation
Pvt
Ltd.
~T.I.M.E.)HO:
958,2
nd
Floor,SiddamserryComplex,Secunderabad-500003
T,el:
040-2789:8195
Fax:
040-27847334
email:illfo@till1e4education,com
website,
Soll3
3/6

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->