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FMS2009Page

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.MS 2009

A

nswers and Explanations

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FMS 2009Page

2

1. 2Since the amount which has to paid per caesareanbirth is Rs. 6000 per birth and a penalty is imposed ifthe birth is more than 10%. The hospital does 30% ofcaesarean surgeries.

∴

The hospital will be paid 33% of the allotted amountwhich is Rs. 2000 /birth.2. 1According to rule (ii), even in the case of more than10% caesarean births, amount paid is same as that ofupto 10% caesarean births. Thus, the amount to bepaid is10800600100

× ×

or Rs. 4,80,000.3. 2Amount that the Engineer receives = Rs. 1,32,400Usual amount that he should have received = Rs.1,45,000

∴

He received Rs. 12,600 lesser than expected.If he does not work for 1 hr, then the total penalty willbe Rs.50050112.58

+ =

Therefore total number of hours for which he wasabsent12600112112.5

= =

4. 4Let the selling price of A and B ‘a’ and ‘b’ respectively.Given that0.2a = 0.3b2a = 3b… (i)Also,0.15a – 0.15b = Rs. 6 milliona – b = Rs. 600 million… (ii)Solving equation (i) and (ii), we getb = Rs. 80 million.Hence, the correct answer is option (4).5. 1The time taken to stop the cover shot = 0.5 secMass of the ball = 0.156 kgVelocity of the ball = 10 metres/secAverage force

mvt

=

0.156100.5

×=

= 3.12 NHence option (1) is the correct choice.6. 1Symmetry or standard deviation is not effected bychange of origin but is effected by change of scale.Hence, when the income of every village changes bya certain proportion symmetry will change but therewill be no change in symmetry when income of everyvillager increases byRs. 3650.Hence correct answer is (1).7.Since investment is proportional to the profit with re-spect to the time it is invested for, we can write here

AASs

It3It2

×=×⇒

AS

20t330t2

×=×⇒

AS

t9t4

=

Let x be the number of months for which Amber

’

sbrother invested into the business.12916xx43

∴ = ⇒ =

Therefore, after

16321233

− =

months Amber

’

s brother joined the business.Hence, none of the options given in the question arecorrect.8. 3Education index for China2186.710033

= × + ×

= 91.13Human Development Index for India2157.219.048.759.1333

+ + × × =

= 42.79Hence option (3) is the correct choice.9. 1For ICICIiD1i

=+

Where

‘

D

’

is the discount rate and

‘

i

’

is the interest rate

i0.191i

=+

⇒

i0.23523.5%

= =

Therefore the required increase = 23.5

–

20 = 3.5%Hence option (1) is the correct choice.10. 3Value after 3 years will be=19244920000202550

× × ×

or Rs. 17875.211. 1Total surface area of cone =

π

r

l

+

π

r

2

=

π

r (l + r)Here

‘

l

’

is the slant height of the coneTherefore,

( )

22

rlr3.14130304030

π + = × + +

= 3.141

×

30

×

90= 7543 cm

2

Hence option (1) is the correct choice.

FMS2009Page

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12. 1Area of square = (20

×

20) cm = 400 sq. cm.

20cm10

Area of four quadrant

2

r44

π= ×

=

π

r

2

= 3.141

×

(10)

2

= 314.1Area enclosed between the circumference of the circle= 400

–

314.1 = 86 sq. cm13. 3If

→

March 1 2002 is a MondayMarch 1 2003 will be TuesdayMarch 1 2004 will be ThursdayMarch 1 2005 will be FridayMarch 1 2006 will be SaturdaySo when March 1 2006 is a Saturday, March 1 2002will be Monday.So when March 1 2006 is a Wednesday, March 12002 will be a Friday.Option (3) is the correct choice.14. 1Let

‘

a

’

be the edge of cube,

‘

ρ

’

be the density of cubeand

‘

σ

’

be the density of water, then as per the condi-tion given, we can write

33

ag0.2gag

ρ + = σ

…

(i)

32

aga(a2)g

ρ = − σ

32

ag200ga(a2)g

σ − = − σ

332

a200a2a

− = −

2

2a200

=

2

a100

=

a10cm

=

15. 3

( )

75

loglogx5x0

+ + =

For the equation to be 0,

x5x

+ +

must be equal to5. i.e. log5

( )

x5x

+ +

= 1.Putting x = 4, satisfies the equation.16. 2As per the property of matrices, the given matrix is anon-singular matrix.17. 2Required probability of 1

st

being defective4200

=

Probability of 2

nd

being defective3199

=

Combined probability

43620019919900

= × =

18. 3Required value

( )

2

50,0001.1

=

= Rs. 41322.31Option (3) is the correct choice.19. 2For India FDI in year 2002 = $5 millionFDI in year 2005 = $ 7.1 millionGrowth = 42%Hence, average growth =42%3or 14%.20. 1FDI of developing economies in 2001 = $ 175 mFDI of developing economies in 2003 = $ 150 m% decline =175150175

−

or 14.28%21. 3Required percentage change is approximately equalto the percentage change in FDI inflows from 2001 to2003.22. 3Required ratio

( )

5457210.03150160200225730

+ + += = =+ + +

23.None of the options satisfies the equation. Correctanswer should beand46

π π

.24. 1Cost at which Parul purchased the shares is Rs. 160+ Rs. 40 = Rs. 200Total shares =Rs.50000200= Rs. 2500.But, she will get an interest only on the face value ofthe share, i.e. Rs. 160.

∴

Total amount on which she will receive an interestis Rs. 40,000.1940000Rs.7600100

∴ × =

But since, Parul invested Rs. 50,000.So, %age gain will be7600100or15.2%50000

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