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Page : [1]SECTION 1 : MULTIPLE CHOICE QESTIONS1.

A sum of money invested at simple interest doubles in 5 years. In how many years will it become fourtimes, if the rate of interest remains unchanged ?(A) 10(B) 11(C) 12(D) 15

2.

In an examination; three students obtained 30, two scored 50, four scored 90 and one student secured100. What is the average score of the students ?(A) 65(B) 60(C) 55(D) 27

3.

The highest common factor of two numbers is 15. One of the numbers is 60, and the other number liesbetween 100 and 500. how many different choices are there for the second number ?(A) 14(B) 15(C) 27(D) 28

4.

What is the sum of all the two digit numbers which are multiples of 7 but not multiples of 2 ?(A) 294(B) 336(C) 630(D) 728

5.

The sum 1

2

–

2

2

+ 3

2

–

4

2

+ 5

2

–

6

2

+ .......

–

20

2

is equal to(A)

–

420

(B)

–

210

(C) 210(D) 420

6.

In the following diagram an equilateral triangle is drawn on one of the sides of a square.What is the value of

(A) 60(B) 70(C) 75(D) 80

7.

Consider the figure below which is not drawn to scale :

SXUPO

If

OPU = 78

° and

OXS =

then q satisfies(A) 39 <

< 78(B) 78 <

< 80(C)

= 78(D)

= 102

8.

A solid cylindrical log of wood has the same base diameter as its height. A sculptor carves out a sphereof maximum possible size form it. How much of the wood is wasted ?(A) 25%(B) 33

31

%(C)

9100

%(D)

950

%

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Page : [2]9.

The number of digits in 2

120

5

124

is(A) 120(B) 121(C) 122(D) 123

10.

x

4

–

x

3

+ 1 is(A) positive for all real numbers x.(B) negative for all real numbers x.(C) positive for all non-negative real numbers x and negative for all negative real numbers x.(D) zero for two real values of x.

11.

Let N be the smallest positive integer whose digits add up to 2013. What is the first digit (from left) of N+ 2013 ?(A) 2(B) 5(C) 6(D) 7

12.

Suppose there exists real numbers x and y such that(x + y + 1)

2

+ 2(2x + 3y + c)

2

+ 3(3x + 5y + 1)

2

= 0Where c is a real number. The value of c is(A)

–

1

(B) 0(C) 1(D) 7

13.

lem m and n be the number of non-congruent integer-sided triangles with perimeters 14 and 13, respectively.Then m

–

n has the value

(A)

–

1

(B) 0(C) 1(D) 2

14.

The set of real numbers x for whichxx1

assumes real values is equal to(A) the set of all real numbers.(B) the set of all positive real numbers.(C) the set of all positive real numbers greater than or equal to 1.(D) the set of all positive real numbers strictly greater than 1.

15.

X and Y are two points in the plane and XY =

2

m. Let the set S consist of all points P in the planecontaining X and Y such that

ÐXPY = 45°. What is the perimeter of the region bounded by the elements

of S ?(A)23

m(B) 3

m(C) 2

m(D) 4

m

16.

The roots of the quadratic equation ax

2

+ bx + c = 0 are u and v. Which of the following equations hasroots u + 1 and v + 1 ?(A) a(x

–

1)

2

+ b(x

–

1) + c = 0

(B) a(x

–

1)

2

+ b(x + 1) + c = 0(C) (a

–

1)x

2

+ (b

–

1)x + (c

–

1) = 0

(B) (a + 1)x

2

+ (b + 1)x + (c + 1) = 0

17.

in an arithmetic progression of increasing terms, the product of the third and fourth terms exceeds theproduct of the econd and fifth terms by 32. Which of the following is the common difference of theprogression ?(A) 2(B) 4(C) 8(D) 16

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Page : [3]18.

Which of the following quantities is the largest ?(A)

2

+

18

(B)

3

+

17

(C)

5

+

15

(D)

7

+

13

19.

In

PQR, points S lies on side QR, with QS : SR = 4 : 3, and point T lies on side PR, with PT : TR = 2.What is the ratio of the areas of

QTR and

PSR ?(A) 2 : 3(B) 3 : 4(C) 9 : 7(D) 7 : 9

20.

Shown in the graph below are three lines labelled p, q, r. The equations of these lines are, in some order,the following :(a) 3y

–

x = 6 ; (b) 6y

–

4x = 9 ; (c) y

–

x = 1

xyrqp

The labels p,q,r correspond to respectively(A) a,b,c(B) b,c,a(C) c, b, a(D) a, c, b

21.

In

PQR, we have :

P = 50

° ,

Q = 60

° and

R = 70

°. The incircle of the triangle touches sides QR, RP

and PQ at point S, T and U respectively.

TSU is equal to(A) 55

°

(B) 60

°

(C) 65

°

(D) 70

°

22.

If the sum of a positive number x and its reciprocal is twice their difference, x is(A) 3(B)

31

(C)31(D)

3

23.

I have a bag containing 8 white balls and 2 black balls. I have my eyes shut when 3 balls are chosen atrandom by my friend and taken away. Now I draw a ball from the bag. What is the probability that it isblack ?(A)71(B)

51

(C)72(D)21

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