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CET Test Page .. 1 ..

CET Test – Answer Key

QAns.QAns.QAns.QAns.QAns.QAns.QAns.QAns.

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Explanations

1.Since we can fry eggs we can conclude that theremust be at least one saucepan that is not made ofdiamond.Hence, to say that NO saucepan is made of diamondis very drastic, though possible.2.The Venn diagram may be (though not necessarily):

BbFH

B = Butterfly,b = butterF = FlyH = HelicopterWe do not know the relation between Helicopter andany of the other items.3.At least those Hindus who are Eskimo’s will not beChristians.4.Those jellyfish that are textbooks will have nocentrifugal force.5.If all X are Y and all Y are Z, then all X are Z.6.‘With him and his family’, because the pronoun ‘him’ isthe object of the preposition ‘with’.7.‘It may …’ is the right usage, as there is only onesentence.8.‘… she felt bad’ is the right usage. Badly is theadverb, which means desperately or terribly.9.‘Sitting’ is in present continuous tense, hence thinkingshould be used in present continuous tense.10.It should be ‘prettiest’ as the comparison is in thesuperlative degree, comparing more than two entities.11.60% of C.P. = Rs. 75

∴

C.P. =

125.Rs6010075

=×

12.

78.03 2 32 32 22

=+++

∴

Required value = 0.78

¸

0.39 = 213. Let x and y be the speeds of A and Brespectively.

CET Test Page .. 2 ..Then,

8y600x600

+=

and

.2y600x2600

−=

km50y

=∴

per hour.14.Length of one side = 5 cm. If x is the length of theother side then 10

2

= x

2

+ 5

2

or x =

35

cms

∴

Area

2

cm325

=

15.Let the daughter

’

s present age be x. Then, mother

’

spresent age = 3xAfter 12 years, mothers age = 3x + 12 and daughtersage = x + 123x + 12 = 2 (x + 12)

⇒

3x + 12 = 2x + 24

⇒

x = 12Hence, daughter

’

s present age = 12 yr.16.The second argument is an assumption17.Both the arguments are not directly related to thestatement. Hence, both are irrelevant.18.The first argument is wrong and the second argumentis generalised.19.The first argument is not directly related to thestatement. Hence, it is irrelevant.20.Both the arguments are important and directly relatedto the statement.21.

‘

Whom did

…’

is correct as the person being asked tothe dance is the object case pronoun (the receiver ofaction).22.

‘

There are no easy answers.

’

23.

‘

And

’

is redundant here.24.It should be

‘

I had rather

…’

or

‘

I

’

d rather

…’‘

I rather

’

sounds like instead of me

…

25.

‘

Commander

–

in - chief

’

s

’

is the right usage.26.Both the assumptions are not mentioned in thestatement. Hence, neither I nor II is implicit.27.Assumption II is not implicit, since crime is notmentioned in the statement.28.The quality of the programme is not mentioned in thestatement. Hence, Assumption II is not implicit.29.Both the assumptions are not mentioned in thestatement. Hence, neither I nor II is implicit.30.Assumption I is not implicit since the word

‘

only

’

makesit doubtful.31.The new licences issued in

‘

93 wereMetallurgical : 1400

–

1280 = 120Electrical : 850

–

720 = 130Chemical : 445

–

425 = 20Textile : 670

–

645 = 25Total = 120 + 130 + 20 + 25 = 295.The new licences issued in

‘

95 wereMetallurgical : 1620

–

1480 = 140Electrical : 980

–

910 = 70Chemical : 525

–

480 = 45Textile : 840

–

785 = 55Total = 140 + 70 + 45 + 55 = 310.

∴

The difference = 310

–

295 = 15.32.The difference between the figures of the two yearsfor a given category will give the number of licencesnewly issued within that period.Electrical = 910

–

720 = 190Metallurgical = 1480

–

1280 = 200.

∴

The required percentage =

100200190

×

= 19

×

5 = 95%33.Using the formula for percentage deviation and thefigures for 1992 and 1995 as the initial and finalvalues, calculate the industry with the smallest suchvalue.Metallurgical = 1620

–

1280

×

1280100

= 34

×

128100

≈

26 (+) %.Electrical = (980

–

720)

×

720100

= 26

×

72100

≈

35 (+) %.Chemical = 525

–

425

×

425100

= 100

×

425100

≈

24 (+) %.Textile = 840

–

645

×

645100

≈

200

×

650100

≈

30 (+) %.So the industry with the smallest percentage increasein Chemical.34.New textile units in

‘

93 = 670

–

645 = 25; Existing units= 645. Total expenditue = (20

×

25) + (1

×

645)= Rs. 1,145 lakh.

∴

The expenditure per unit =

6701145

≈

1.7 (+) i.e.

≈

Rs. 1.7 lakh.35.New licences to chemical units in

‘

94 = 480

–

445= 35. 40% of these new units = 0.4

×

35 = 14 units.20% of the existing units = (20/100)

×

445 = 89 units.Thus the total number of units which had to be closeddown were 14 + 89 = 103. From the total of 480, 103were closed down. So 480

–

103 = 377 remainedunaffected. Thus the % of unaffected= 377

×

100 / 480

≈

78%.41.By adding up the values of the exports for the givenmonths, the answer is obtained as 2257.542.By checking out the options it becomes clear that theanswer is August and November.43.The difference between the imports and exports forthe three months are + 12.5,

–

5 and+10. So, the totaldifference is Rs. 17.5 million.

CET Test Page .. 3 ..44.Adding up the differences gives a difference of +60.So, the imports exceeded the exports by Rs. 60million.45.Counting it gives us the answer as 8.46.Age = 2147.Grad in engineering48.Missing age49.Bad communication skills50.Though a lot of information is missing, we know thatthe candidate is fluent in only 2 languages51.If A has 3x, B has 2x, so that

3210x210x3

=+−

10x

=⇒

52.Total number of events = 36Number of favourable events= (5, 4) (4, 5) (3, 6) (6, 3) = 4Required probability =

91364

=

53.

,894.08.0

=

,866.0
2732.123

==

,857.0
76,888.0
98

==

875.087

=

The ascending order =

8.098872376

<<<<

54.A can give B a 100 m start and C a 150m. Startmeans when A runs 1000m, B runs 900m and C runs850m.When B runs 1000m, C runs

98500

m. i.e. B cangive C a start of

9500

m.55.The expression simplifies to :6 + [5

–

(4 + 2)] = 6 + [5

–

6] = 6

–

1 = 5

Questions 56 to 60:

Wherever we have an infinite series

–

i.e. there is nolast step of rearrangement - the question will usuallygive two complete cycles. Here we have been givenfour steps of rearrangement so we should have twocomplete cycles. Thus the process in Step I & II will berepeated in Step III & IV respectively.The rearrangement here is not based on alphabeticalorder or on the number of letters in the words but onpositional rearrangement. In Step I, the 1

st

& 2

nd

, 3

rd

&4

th

and 5

th

& 6

th

words are mutually interchanged. Inthe next step the first three words and the last threewords of Step I form two groups. Here the 3

rd

wordmoves to 1

st

position and the 1

st

and 2

nd

move to theright. Similarly the 6

th

word becomes the 4

th

word whilethe 4

th

& 5

th

move to the right. Step III & IV arerepetition of Step I & II respectively. Here if wereplace the words of the input with their positionnumbers then the steps can be written as:Input:123456Step I:214365Interchange 1

st

& 2

nd

, 3

rd

and 4

th

and 5

th

& 6

th

.Step II:4215363

rd

& 6

th

words of step I become 1

st

& 4

th

resp.Step III:245163Interchange 1

st

& 2

nd

, 3

rd

& 4

th

and 5

th

& 6

th

.Step IV:5243163

rd

& 6

th

words of step I become 1

st

& 4

th

respectively.Since this process can go on infinite number of times,it cannot have a last step.Step V:253461Step VI:325146Step VII:231564Step VIII:123456which is the same as the input.Thus Step IX should be the same as Step II, Step Xsame as Step III and so.Also notice that while all other words can take anyposition, the 2

nd

word of the input remains only in 1

st

&2

nd

positions and the 6

th

word of input only in 5

th

& 6

th

positions.60.The rule of rearrangement given is applicable only ifthe input has six words. The given input has sevenwords and cannot use the above rules forrearrangement.61.

‘

Mine

’

is a short form of

‘

my car

’

.62.

‘

Last year

‘

is the answer. Choice b is wrong becausesince is used only when we denote a specific point oftime, and not a period of time.63.

‘

You should have sent

’

is the correct answer.64.The question tag depends on the verb used. Here theverb was

‘

is

’

, hence the question tag is

‘

isn

’

t it

’

.65.Only choice b makes sense here. The other choicesdon

’

t make sense.66.

‘

Swallows coming back to Jalgaon

…’

Here, the nounis in the gerund form

‘

coming back

’

.67.Only choice a makes sense.68.The word

‘

been

’

is available only in choice d.69.

‘

Into the pool

’

is correct.70.

‘

Better than

’

should be used as in the comparativedegree, we use the word

‘

than

’

.

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