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CAT 2005 Analysis(1) of (26)

SECTION ISub-section I-A: Number of Questions = 10Note: Questions 1 to 10 carry one mark each.Directions for Questions 1 to 5:

Answer the questions independently of each other.(1)If x = (16

3

+ 17

3

+ 18

3

+ 19

3

), then x divided by 70 leaves a remainder of (1)0(2)1(3)69(4)35Sol.a

3

+ b

3

+ c

3

+ d

3

is divisible by (a + b + c + d)

∴

16

3

+ 17

3

+ 18

3

+ 19

3

will be divisible by 16 + 17 + 18 + 19 i.e. 70

∴

remainder is 0.

Ans.(1)

2.A chemical plant has four tanks (A, B, C and D), each containing 1000 litres of a chemical. The chemical is being pumped from onetank to another as follows:From A to B @ 20 litres/minuteFrom C to A @ 90 litres/minuteFrom A to D @ 10 litres/minuteFrom C to D @ 50 litres/minuteFrom B to C @ 100 litres/minuteFrom D to B @ 110 litres/minuteWhich tank gets emptied first and how long does it take (in minutes) to get empty after pumping starts?(1)A, 16.66(2)C, 20(3)D, 20(4)D, 25Sol.For A quantity of water flowing per minutes is 90 – 10 – 20 = 60 liter.For B it is 110 – 100 + 20 = 30For C it is 100 – 90 – 50 = –40For D it is 10 + 50 – 110 = –50For D Tank will get emptied first in10005020

=

minutes.

Ans.(3)

3.Two identical circles intersect so that their centres, and the points at which they intersect, form a square of side 1 cm. The area insq. cm of the portion that is common to the two circles is(1)

π

4(2)

π

21

−

(3)

π

5(4)21

−

Sol.Since angle AOB is 90°Area of segment A*B = area of sector – Area of triangle9036011211

2

π

()

**

−

AO’OB

XY

π

412

−

sqkm.Similarly area of segment AYB

= −

HGKJ

π

412sqkm.Combined area

= × −

HGKJ

2412

π

.

Ans.(2)

CAT 2005 Analysis(2) of (26)

4.A jogging park has two identical circular tracks touching each other, and a rectangular track enclosing the two circles. The edges of the rectangles are tangential to the circles. Two friends, A and B, start jogging simultaneously from the point where one of thecircular tracks touches the smaller side of the rectangular track. A jogs along the rectangular track, while B jogs along the twocircular tracks in a figure of eight. Approximately, how much faster than A does B have to run, so that they take the same time toreturn to their starting point?(1)3.88%(2)4.22%3. 4.44%(4)4.72%Sol.Let radius circle is r m.

∴

Length of a rectangle is 4r and breadth is 2r.ABR4r2rTotal distance which A has to cover is 4(r + 2r) × 2 = 12r m.Total distance, which B has to cover is 2 × 2

π

r = 4

π

r m.Let speed of A is 1m/sec and the speed of B is x m/secThe time taken by both is equal1214rrx

=π

x

= =π

32221B is faster than A by

= − × = =

22211110010021472%..

Ans.(4)

5.In a chess competition involving some boys and girls of a school, every student had to play exactly one game with every otherstudent. It was found that in 45 games both the players were girls, and in 190 games both were boys. The number of games in whichone player was a boy and the other was a girl is(1)200(2)216(3)235(4)256Sol.Let there are x boys & y girlsTotal no. of games between boys are

x

C

2

= 190xx()

−=

12190.By solving this we get x = 20.Similarly total games between girls = 45.

∴

y = 10.Therefore no. of games in which one player was a boy and a girl = 20 × 10 = 200.

Ans.(1)Directions for Questions 6 and 7:

Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.Ram and Shyam run a race between points A and B, 5 km apart. Ram starts at 9 a.m. from A at a speed of 5 km/hr, reaches B, andreturns to A at the same speed. Shyam starts at 9:45 a.m. from A at a speed of 10 km/hr, reaches B and comes back to A at the samespeed.6.At what time do Ram and Shyam first meet each other?(1)10 a.m.(2)10:10 a.m.(3)10:20 a.m.(4)10:30 a.m.Sol.

ACB5KM

Ram start at 09:00 am @ 5 km/hr.Shyam starts at 09:45 am when @ 10 km/hr.At 10:00 am Ram is at point B and Shyam is at point C which is212km from A.(

Q

Distance covered by Shyam = 15 min × 10 km/hr = 2.5 km)Now time when Ram and Shyam will meetTimeDisceSpeedhrs

= =+= = =

tan..min2510525151610

∴

10:00 + 10 min = 10:10 min.

Ans.(2)

CAT 2005 Analysis(3) of (26)

7.At what time does Shyam overtake Ram?(1)10:20 a.m.(2)10:30 a.m.(3)10:40 a.m.(4)10:50 a.m.Sol.At 10:15am Shyam is at point B where as Ram has covered 1.25 × 5 = 6(1/4) kms.Ram will be 1(1/4) km away from point B.Ram and Shyam will meet (or Shyam will overtake when Shyam will gain 1(1/4) km over Ram)

∴

Time =11410554514

−=×=

hrs = 15 min

∴

Time when Shyam overtakes = 10:15 + 15 min = 10:30 am.

Ans.(2)Directions for Questions 8 to 10:

Answer the questions independently of each other.8.If R

=−+

30293029

65656464

then(1)0 < R

≤

0.1(2)0.1 < R

≤

0.5(3)0.5 < R

≤

1.0(4)R > 1.0Sol.R

=−−

()()()()30293029

65656464

R

=− + × + ++

()()().........()()()3029303029293029

6463646464

R

=+ + × ++

()()().........()()302930293029

6464636464

R

= +× ++

130293029

636464

().......()()R > 1.

Ans.(4)

9.What is the distance in cm between two parallel chords of lengths 32 cm and 24 cm in a circle of radius 20 cm?(1)1 or 7(2)2 or 14(3)3 or 21 (4)4 or 28Sol.Let AB and CD are the wordsthen one from center will bisect the cord.

∴

OB

2

= BE

2

+ OE

2

ABCD12F1620OE12162020

2

= 16

2

+ OE

2

OE

2

= 144OE = 16.Similarly DF = 16.Hence the distance between then = 16 + 12= 28.If the two cords are on the same side the distance is difference between 16 – 12 = 4.

Ans.(4)

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