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200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 1 1988 2 1989 3 1990 4 1991 5 1992 6 1993

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Company A Company B

1. In how many of the given years was the expenditure more than the income for company A? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 e. None of these 2. What was the difference between the income of company A and company B in 1991? a. Rs.2.5 Crore b. Rs.25 lakhs c. Rs.2.5 lakhs d. Data Inaccurate e. None of these 3. If the income of company B in 1990 was Rs.3 crores, what was the total expenditure of that company in the same year? a. Rs.40 lakhs b. Rs.2 Crores c. Rs.40 Crores d. Data Inaccurate e. None of these

4. If the total expenditure of company A in 1988 and 1989 together was 7 crores, what was the total income of the same company in these two years together? a. Rs. 4 Crores b. Rs.2 Crores c. Rs.1.5 Crores d. Data Inaccurate e. None of these 5. If the income of company A in 1993 was Rs.9 crores, what was the difference between the income and expenditure in the same year? a. Rs. 6 Crores b. Rs.1.5 Crores c. Rs.3 Crores d. Data Inaccurate e. None of these Directions: Study the following table given below carefully and answer the questions that follow the table :

DISCIPLINE Class combination at Graduation (G) and postgraduation l class at both (PG) and (G) l class at (PG) & ll class at (G) ll class at (PG) & l class at (G) ll class at both (PG) & (G) Others Total number of candidates ENGG AGRI SCIENCE COMMERCE ARTS TOTAL

A

Q

A

Q

A

Q

A

Q

A

Q

A

Q

858

512

85

38

432

200

280

125

305

109

1960

984

1287

710

142

68

2260

1060

1373

513

513

214

5590

2585

1580

720

240

180

2370

1214

1715

789

687

285

6592

3116

970 105 4800

462 45 2449

843 190 1505

315 86 615

6584 1512 13518

2986 684 6144

1512 1015 5895

635 423 2485

642 889 3051

262 400 1290

10556 3711 28409

4680 1638 12983

6. In the case of which of the following disciplines, the percentage of candidates qualified to the appeared was closest to the overall percentage of candidates qualified to the appeared from all the disciplines together? a. Arts b. Science c. Engineering d .Agriculture e. Commerce 7. In the case of which of the following class combinations was the percentage of candidates qualified to total number of candidates qualified under science discipline, the highest? a. l class at Graduation and ll class at Post-Graduation b. l class at Post- Graduation and ll class at Graduation

c. l class at both Graduation and Post- Graduation d. ll class at both Graduation and Post- Graduation e. Remaining 8. What was the approximate difference in the percentage of candidates qualified to appear under Arts discipline between the l class at both Graduation and PostGraduation and ll class at both Graduation and Post- Graduation class combination? a. 8 b. 10 c. 12 d. 6 e. 14

9. In Engineering discipline, the percentage of the candidates qualified with which of the following class combination was the highest? a. ll class at both Graduation and Post- Graduation b. l class at Post- Graduation and ll class at Graduation c. l class at Graduation and ll class at Post-Graduation d. l class at Post- Graduation and ll class at Graduation e. None of these 10. The number of candidates qualified under Engineering discipline with l class at Post- Graduation and ll class at Graduation was nearly equal to the total number of candidates qualified under which of the following pairs of disciplines with the same class combination? a. Arts and Science b. Commerce and Agriculture c. Arts and Agriculture d . Science and Agriculture e. Arts and Commerce Directions: In each of the following questions, which alternative is correct? 11. If 1 X 2 X 3 X 4 X………………X n= n 14 – 13 – 12 is equal to a. 14 X 12 X 13 b. 14 X 12 X 12 c. 13 X 12 X 12 d. 14 X 13 X 13 e. None of these 12. Given that 1² + 2² + 3² + 4² +………… + 10² = 385 then 2² + 4² + 6² + ………+ 20² is equal to a. 720 b. 1540 c. 1155 d. 385 X 385 e. None of these 13. 5¼ X(125) ¼ is equal to a.√5 b. 25 c. 5 d. 5√5

e. None of these 14. On simplification,1 04 is equal to a. 2.5 b. 25 c. 2/5 d. 1/40 e. None of these __ __ _ _ _ _ 15. The greatest among √13-√11, √7-√5 and √5-√3 is a. √13-√11 b. √5-√3 c. √7-√5 d. All are equal e. Cannot say 1 1 16. ----- + ----(2½) (1¾) a. 9/2 b. 1/2 c. 12/49 d. 9/49 e. None of these 17. Largest number that exactly divides each number of the sequence 1-1, 2-2, 3-3,…….n-n, is a. 1 b. 15 c. 30 d. 120 e. None of these 18. Common factor of (2-1) and(5+1) is a. 9 b. 5 c. 3 d. 2 e. 4 19. First 100 multiples of 10 i.e., 10, 20, 30, …..1000 are multiplied together. The number of Zeroes at the end of the product will be a. 100 b. 111 c. 120 d. 125 e. 101 20. The income of A,B and C are in the ratio 7:9:12 and their expenses are in the ratio 8:9:15. If A saves 1/4th income, then the savings of A,B and C are in the ratio a. 56:99:69

b. 99:56:69 c. 69:56:99 d. 99:69:56 e. 56:69:99 21. The least whole number which, when subtracted from both the terms of 6:7,gives a ratio less than 16:21, is a. 3 b. 2 c. 4 d. 6 e. 8 22. The average of six numbers is 10. If the of four of these numbers is 12, then the average of the remaining two numbers is a. 4 b. 6 c. 8 d. 10 e. 12 23. In seven given numbers, the average of first four number is 4 and the last four numbers is also 4. If the average of these 7 number is 3 , the fourth number is a. 3 b. 4 c. 7 d. 11 e. 14 24. A car completes a certain journey in 8 hours. It covers half the distance at 40 kms per hours and the rest at 60 km per hour. What is the total distance of the journey? a. 350 km b. 384 km c. 400 km d. 420 km e. 450 km 25. What percent of 50 is 2? a. 2% b. 2.5% c. 4% d. 5% e. 1% 26. Suppose 20% of mangoes are rotten, and they number 35, then the total number mangoes is a. 150 b. 175 c. 180 d. 185 e. 210

27. The price of jute has been reduced by 20%. If the reduced price is Rs.800 per quintal the original price per quintal was a. Rs. 900 b. Rs. 940 c. Rs. 960 d. Rs. 1000 e. Rs. 1020 28. In a college the ratio of the number of boys to girls is 8:5. If there are 160 girls, what is the total number of students in the college? a. 100 b. 250 c. 260 d. 416 e. 420 29. What is the third proportional to X² a. (X+Y)/(X+Y) b. (X-Y)/(X+Y) c. X+Y d. X-Y e. X²+Y²

- Y², X – Y ?

30. A reduction of 15% in the price of a stereo set brought down its price by Rs. 1800. The original price of the set was a. Rs. 10,000 b. Rs. 12,000 c. Rs. 15,000 d. Rs. 18,000 e. Rs. 16,000 31. On selling 110 mangoes the cost price if 120 mangoes is realized, what would be the gain percent? 1 a. 11 -- % 9 1 b. 9---% 9 10 c. 10---% 11 1 d. 10---% 11 e. 11% 32. If Rs. 500 amounts to Rs.583.20in two years compounded annually, the rate of interest per annum is a. 6% b. 6.5% c. 7%

d. 8% e. 12% 33. One of the two buses completes a journey of 300 km in 7 hours 30 minutes and the other a journey of 450 km in 10 hours. What is the ratio of their average speeds? a. 2:3 b. 3:4 c. 4:5 d. 8:9 e. 6:9 34. A and B can do a piece of work in 45 days and 40 days respectively. They began to do the work together but A leaves after some days and then B completed the remaining part of the work in 23 days. After how many days did A leave the job? a. 6 days b. 8 days c. 9 days d. 12 days e. 14 days 35. If 10 men can plough a field in 4 days, 8 men will plough the same field in how many days? a. 5 days b. 32 days c. 4 days d. 20 days e. 6 days 36. 2 men and 3 boys can do a piece of work in 10 days and 3 men and 2 boys can do the same in 8 days. In how many days can 2 men and 1 boy do the work? a. 25.5 days b. 25 days c. 18.5 days d. 12.5 days e. 21 days 37. Ravi gains 70 paisa on Rs.70. What is the gain percent? a. 10% b. 7% c. 0.1% d. 1% e. 0.001% 38. The area of the curved surface of a right circular cylinder of base radius r is obtained by multiplying its volume by a. 2r b. 2/r c. 2r² d. 2/r²

e. 1/r² 39. The volume of a sphere of radius r is obtained by multiplying its surface area by a. 3/r b. 3r c. 4r/3 d. 4/3 e. 4/3r 40. If a sum of money doubles itself in 8 years at simple interest, then what is the rate percent per annum? a. 11.5% b. 12.0% c. 12.5% d. 13.0% e. 20% 41. In what time will Rs.500 give Rs.50 an interest at the rate of 5% per annum simple interest? a. 2 years b. 2.5 years c. 3 years d. 4 years e. 5 years 42. The difference between compound interest, compound annually, and simple interest on Rs.500 in a year at 10% per annum is a. Rs. 10 b. Rs. 5 c. Rs. 1 d. Nil e. 1% 43. What price should a shopkeeper mark on an article, costing him Rs.153, to gain 20% after allowing a discount of 15% a. Rs. 162 b. Rs. 184 c. Rs. 126 d. Rs. 224 e. Rs. 245 44. A square and a rectangle have equal areas. If their perimeters are P1 and P2 respectively, then a. P1<P2 b. P1=P2 c. P1>P2 d. Cannot say e. None of these 45. If the side of regular hexagon is 10cm, then the radius of its circumcircle is a. 2√2cm b. 10 cm

c. 10√2cm d. 5√3cm e. 2√5cm 46. 1, ?, 25, 49, 121, 169 a. 16 b. 19 c. 8 d. 9 e. None of these 47. 3, 23, 43, 63, ?,103 a. 53 b. 23 c. 83 d. 73 e. None of these 48. 748, 737, 715, 682, 638, ? a. 594 b. 572 c. 581 d. 363 e. None of these 49. 121, 117, 108, 92, ?, 31 a. 67 b. 65 c. 75 d. 81 e. None of these 50. 50, 26, ?, 8, 5, 3·5 a. 18 b. 14 c. 10 d. 22 e. None of these

ANSWERS

1. c 6. b 11. b 16. d 21. a 26. c 31. b 36. a 41. c 46. d 2. d 7. d 12. b 17. c 22. a 27. b 32. d 37. d 42. a 47. c 3. e 8. a 13. b 18. c 23. b 28. d 33. d 38. d 43. d 48. e 4. d 9. c 14. b 19. c 24. d 29. d 34. d 39. b 44. c 49. a 5. c 10. e 15. b 20. d 25. b 30. b 35. c 40. a 45. a 50. b

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