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Prac-CAT # 10 Test

Prac-CAT # 10 Test

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Corp. Office:
Regd. Office:
IndorePT centres spread across India ~ Established 1993Our motto “
Kar Ke Dikhayenge
” is delivered through ourunique Technology Driven Process Engine (
TDpro engine
).Email: pthq@PTeducation.com Web: www.PTeducation.com
e- Prac-CAT # 10
(Part of the 264 Tests provided by PT)
1. Keep only the ID Card, pencil, eraser and sharpener with you. DO NOT KEEP with you books, rulers,slide rules, drawing instruments, calculators (including watch calculators), pagers, cellular phones,stop watches or any other device or loose paper. These should be left at a place indicated by theinvigilator.2. This test contains
three sections
which examine various abilities.
There are 20 questions inSection I, 20 questions in Section II and 30 questions in Section III
. You will be given
to complete the test. In distributing the time over the three sections, please bear in mindthat you need to demonstrate your competence in all the three sections.
3. Directions for answering the questions are given before each group of questions. Read these directionscarefully and answer the questions. There is only one correct answer to each question.4.
 All questions carry four marks each. Each wrong answer will attract a penalty of one mark.
5. Do your rough work only on the test booklet and
on the answer sheet.6. Revising and analysing your performance after the test is over is critical to your improved performancein the next test(s). A positive attitude to revise, analyse and learn from mistakes will be a great plus.
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Directions : 
For the following questions, five options are given. Choose the correct option.
1. Which of the following statements is true for the number of ordered pairs of positiveintegers (a, b) satisfying the equation a
 – b
= 100?
(Q. code - 102210001) 
 (1) There is only one possible pair (2) There are only two possible pairs(3) There are more than one but a finite number of possible pairs(4) There are infinite possible pairs(5) No such pair is possible2. Which of the following is the largest?
(Q. code - 102210002) 
4 (2)
4(3) 32 (4)
64(5) Two of them are largest and equal.
Directions for Questions 3 & 4 
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.
Sanjay and Dabbu started swimming towards each other simultaneously from points Aand B respectively. These points are situated at two ends of a 96 km long stretch of ariver. Destinations of Dabbu and Sanjay are points A and B respectively. Both of themcan swim at 12 kmph in still water. When they started, it was high tide and Sanjayswam against the stream. As soon as they met, the tide changed to ‘low tide’ and thenDabbu faced the resistance of the stream. Dabbu and Sanjay took 7 hours 12 minutesand 8 hours 16 minutes respectively to reach their destinations. [Speed of the streamduring high and low tide need not necessarily be the same]3 Find the speed of the stream during low tide.
(Q. code - 102210003
 (1) 2 kmph (2) 4 kmph(3) 5 kmph (4) 6 kmph(5) 8 kmph4. If they continue to swim back to their respective starting points after reaching their destinations, then where will they meet during the return journey? [Assume that therewere no tide changes in the return journey]
(Q. code - 102210004
 (1) 30.5 km from where Dabbu started(2) 40.5 km from where Dabbu started(3) 50.5 km from where Sanjay started(4) 36.5 km from where Sanjay started(5) 60.5 km from where Sanjay started
For the following questions, five options are given. Choose the correct option.
5. If the sum of 7
and 8
terms of an A.P. is equal to the sum of the 3
, 15
and 16
 terms of the same A.P., then which term of that A.P. should necessarily be zero?
(Q. code - 102210005
 (1) 18
(2) 28
 (3) 29
(4) 19
 (5) 1
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6. Find the unit’s digit of:147
× 2301
× 173
× 255
(Q. code - 102210006
 (1) 1 (2) 3(3) 5 (4) 7(5) 97. According to a new convention, addition is denoted by “x” and multiplication is denotedby “+”. How many ordered triplets (a, b, c) of positive integers, each less than 10, arethere for which the value of a + b × c will be the same as their value according to thenormal convention (addition = ”+” and multiplication = “x”)?
(Q. code - 102210007) 
 (1) 148 (2) 81(3) 153 (4) 162(5) 1878. In
PQR, O is the centroid and the lines joining vertices P, Q and R with the centroidintersect the sides QR, PR and PQ at X, Y and Z respectively. Given, OY = 10, OX = 8and PQ = 32, then OZ equals?
(Q. code - 102210008) 
 (1) 20 (2) 32(3) 16 (4) 48(5) None of these9. A cylinder is carved out of a sphere, such that the diameter of the cylinder is two-thirdsthe radius of the sphere. The remaining part of the sphere is wasted away. What is theleast percent of wasted material?
(Q. code - 102210009) 
 (1) 84.28% (2) 83.28%(3) 82.28% (4) 81.28%(5) 80.28%10. What is the remainder when (222)
+ (189)
- (137)
is divided by 17?
(Q. code - 102210010
 (1) 2 (2) 3(3) 4 (4) 5(5) 711. How many different words of four letters can be formed from the letters of the word
such that in each word there are two letters alike and two distinct?
(Q. code - 102210011
 (1) 240 (2) 480(3) 360 (4) 300(5) 120

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