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M'iilnagerfl_ent

Trlurnphant jnstitute or Educ~!01l iPV1,

Ltd',

**(Key and Solutions for AIMCA T1208) Key
**

SECTION- I

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 3 2 1 3 2

Solution 6, 2

7. 8. 9.

4 4 4

10. 3

11. 3 12.4 13. 4 14. 2 15. 2

16. 3 17.4 18. 4 19.. 2

20 .. 3

21. 3 22 .. 2 23.4 24.3 25. 4

26.4 2.7. " 28. '" 29.4

30. 3

* Refer

SECTION 1. 4

2. 1 3. .2 4. 3 5. 4 6. 7. 8.

9.

n

16. 3 17 . .2 18. 3

19. 3

2 4 1

2

11. 3 12. 2 13. 1 14.. 2

15. 1

10. 4

20. 1

21. 4 22.3 23.. 4 24. 2 25 .. 3

26.2

27. 3

28. 3 29. 1 30.4

Solutions

SECTION-I

Solutions for questions 1 and 2:

0=:0

Now

, AL

LP

=

k

=

NR eN

=

7

NR 4r

TR =

1.

NR = 4rx k.= 4rx

~and

S

=4rx~

'NR2 'V

- TN2

= 4r ~

which is less than CD (' 'CD = 4r)

:.TR < CD. :.Z will cross R by the time X reaches between Rand S,

0 and it will be

o

(..[er)

A

(..[er) 8

(./32r)

C

(4r)

0

Let OS be tangent 10 the third circle at T. Then OT= OC, Since the speeds of all three ants is the same; when X is at C, Z will be at T. Hence, when X .is at D, Z will definitely be beyond T, i.e., choice (4) Is eliminated. Now we need to find if CD > TR, CO = TR or CD < TR to answer the question. lI. OAL and l>08M are similar. MB .2LA. :. DB .20A

Alternative Solution: In tile figure shown, OC OT We need 10 compare TR and CD to determine the location of Z. If LTNR =- 45°, then TN =- TR =- 4r. 0=:0 wilen x is at D. Z would beat R. Now, LTNR =- 45" 0=:0 L TRN =- 45' and LRSD =- 45". 0=:0 SOD = 45' But clearly, LSOD "45° ~ LTNR < 45°. r. CD" TR => when X Is at D, Z would cross R. Choice (3)

=

=

=

2.

In the solution above, we get

l.e., OA

0=:0

= AS = LE = Jsr2

- r2 =

J8r

OL= 3r;

AP '" (1 + .§!.) Al '" 16 AL =16 r 7 7 7 :.OB'"

Solutions 3.

BC =

J32r

-r

7

3 to 13;

32

Choice (2)

If LP '" kr OA AL f 1 ... . = '= == - (Angle Bisector Theorem) OP LP kr k or OP = k{OA) and OP' = ON + AP' .·.k'(8")

for questions

Given,

= 8,.

= (Fa rl'

~.

+ [(1 + k)W

10943+109{Y => I094[

+

(1 + 2k + k<)f 7

7k'-2k-9=·Oo=:ok=

3( 3

x

-~

-%)= J]""1094(3)(-2)

21094(3" -2)

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This course materialis only for the use of bonafide students of Triumphant licensees/franchisees and is not for sale. (8 pages) (ascc/ascd) Institute of Management Education Pvt. ltd. and its Al1\tCA T1208.801/1

OOO) 5 d '" 72000 Amount pajd by D " = 3. -4) Alternative =..1 (l.- Similarly.. + 1 := -3 1.. y-1i)1 f(3.. then (a .b).34 email.000. 1. all of tnern can' be ~oadedon to the ship in any specified coni'i.(a+b+d) 4 4e:=a+b+d The equanon can be solved using the options.The number of moves needed is (N -1) + N = 2N -1 For N ::: 18 we get 35 moves..>2. 1)) f(t. b =: _!_ 13.c: =.e. 3N " KD + 13.000 2 .k)1J. 1} f(x.. (1) A paid 50% of the amount paidi byottners.!Z.com . diagonat is 17. amcent paid in 25ins. a ..d i (i x 15 ot longer Side) Triumphent Institute of Managemenl Education Pvt. . :..Only possib1e value for 11 is 9. 1 + 1) '" f(2. Siddamsetty Complex. 1..itial configufaUonis on the doc!<. 2'111 Floor.000) 4 '" 9D.12 .I" b.b = 12 which Is not possible.-4) '(0. e.800:. (T~LM... elloree (3) I'f q::: 1 then the equation becomes v-pj+y-p=O =Jl(y-p)+ 1 (y-p) =0 l' 1 Hy.3N leaves the same remainder as 3{D . except the bottom mosl) cont (ilille rs are laid out an the dock and then.L.. 1. '.is greater than 2.-2) '" 1(0.. a = '3 (3.) IlI0: 95B.3' ~8 " (3'j=' -.d '" 3.d => 1211b ~ 5~~=" a b =- 5 12 ~ 40=a + b + c + d Hence the ratio of the lengths of the shorter side to tile longmside '" 5:12 .4)= 0 (3' :.0. 3..000 .ooo 2 % (4{)OO+In -1)500):.! 2 5. . 1(0. 2. = = = = Choice (3) = 40n .3" + 4 3 9'. But the maximum numbeIis 2N . c.4.. 1 1 + ~ + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1=8~.... 1. 2 or * V Choice (1') aiM (4) are lncorreet From (1) and (:2). 0) '" 1(1.. C. 1.'.. :. N = (f.' = -1] If 'I 1 msn meequatlon wiH have the T'ealroots. .6.:: + 9...3"= 3: or 3' = 4 :..60. 0 :..4) or 30 . : . 2. . -4 +1 -3 .: Sum oHlle eight numbers e:: 6 . when a number is less (l1an unity.e. 1..5c '" a .4 ((3.20. 8) .. -3) (3' .. Let tile eight positive real numbers be 1.. 0 ::::.. Their surn « Choice (4) 1 D. illl'o@rimc4cducation. Lei the hypo1enuse be c.000 ~ (213)a+b=~~2+b2 squanrlg on both sides= .-500 ChecKing for '::"(2a+(n-1)d)Q. .cOIiIl website: www. 1.. :=log34 .-. .' ..12 or D ~ 12 D .> 3b'" a + c .000 ~-...!i(3. y) y+1 {(a.500 003.1 )~O + (0 .. First the top I'll . 48 Let there be N contatners. d ""a + b + c + d 1 :...stll1!l2 Tel: 040<-27898194i95 Fax: 040-278473.2.("120000+ 90000 + 72000) = RS.5n ~.guration in N moves.aO.. For some in.rime-leducation. 4. 1. b'" 48" 4ab +-9 3 + b2 = a2 + 02 1 -(a + 3 G + d) :::. Choice (3) 1 eo 11. Here.... x = 1 or x.7800Q.the la. -1) ) . -'3) ) f = = 21 = 11(1. 1(1.000 Choice (4) Solution: Using only the fin>t definiilion f(x + 1. f(2.lalments n .1 moves. 0 s 13 <: D 4N . 60.9 <: 0 :... Choice (1) c = . Alternative :Solution. -4) . ['.~ 3(3X-~)=(3"-2f => {3")2_1i'3" +12 = 0 ::::. d a Let . if the· number in base n was. Choice (2) (a -b) '" 48 il rl .. if II .00. y . . Di:fference ..e. + ..60..13 ~ D= 25 N leaves a rernatnder 01 D . Secunderabad. 9 then (<I .:!. (1) 1. 8.OOO c""..-..Ltd.000) = 1. 2) '" f(2 + 1.b) is a fraction If n = 5 ==> a .0'" c . a .. it may be possible to obtain the desired confiuurallon on the ship in less than .4) N leave'S a remainder 01 (D ~ 4). x .rger and the smaller perpendicular sides of the rect~ng!e be .-2) Choice (2) :=1\0. =. Choice (4) Them {na ~ (n-1) Lei tile base be n ($10.6 :..-.4 '" ([ . then at least one 01tile other numbers must be gweate~ man Uillty and their sum i. 0 be respective Iy. d . x 2 -- (2) 6.p) "" 0 "'" only one real foot is possible and the otl1er two . - 4. assuming the crane operator a!ways flnlshes his job in the least possible number of moves. 40UO ~ n'i....) Then. (e'+ b) ~C'" 8/3 2 b+c+d .2):::: f{2. Ii) .(nb . = 8 +..2N .The 251J1 instalment 2000 + 24 x 500 14. 1.Choice (3) is correct... 1. Lei the amounts paid oy A. 2. b. 6 or 4.. + 7n ..5n 12.{t....813 = aa :::::> 2a '" b '" c . = = 8. (1) 8: 15 Total length along sides is 23. a=---2 and c == tHb-~a2 Ja + b2 +b2 :.~ . As the product is unity. 0) '" f{1.E. b + c . Choice (2) is incorrect Let tM eight positive real nurnbersbe . "" 6 : .areimaginary roots.. . sayab 'f.. and a~or1g.. A1MCA 120S.60.. . 25 l. 1.

=0 = Choice. 3 let the other ~(i) foot be x. 3. :0 + alan + a@3 + ". (4) Choice (2) 16... :.25P} '" 0 As q is real (p ... Choice 12) Solutions N n(n -1) 2 2k(4k -1) -I" Parity of'i Even for questions 15 to 18: E 15.. The numbm of terms in y is (/1 .l:e . "!_x24 2: x LOIOC ... i'l2.!..15p ....p2 .FloOT..25)2 .. x value in p) and (2).. 5N +10R" 50 (2) Solving (2) and (3). Using statement B alone. .{p + qll '" 75 => pq +. . 2 Fromp) =:> - tn . Secunderabad .SoU3 . let the cost of one rotla. . we get the value of x and by substituting the value I'lf x in (1) and (2) we gellhe unique values of m and n. we get the unlque i:ln-.. is = r=.! .(1) Strman paid a tota110f RsAO to Arnar and Bharat together'.: 0 . n(n .q" . ..Amar initially had foM worth Rs. . we gel N = 6 and R = 2 :.. LMOC'" .. (p + q) [25.no:-3x 3 9 1 -m X+-~-··----· 39 ...0 . The calorific value' cil roti = U3 x (the calorific value 01 bulternaan) 9N + 8R 2 = 7'0 (3) = 1/3 x 150 = 50 calcrles. S Fa. Tile cost of the roti =1/3 x (the cost of butternaan) .. J:nstitute of Management 04Q-27898I.~ : 040-27847334 email: infQ@ti:iile4edtlcatj.a2 + ala3 + 18x.6 .TV Trlumphant Tel.nd one butternan be RS. is necessarily true.DE = 2r m r nol necessarily true.'" {i'll.1)nf2 The possibilities for n.coni..:! 3 ..:60· 6 . (T. Ltd.com website: www. 0 = if :.m =-(9X+ 31 -4 (2) Using statement A atone.. . + -1 3 By subs..:120· :. an} +.(2) 3.The area oHlle ssqment MEG 3 lX12 3 '" 1200 x{2r'l2n 360°'} Area of 010DC = (Area _ rx2rJj 2 ~ 4" r::::3 -r 22 -r "OJ.. I . we have X"'~ be.- 3 =>_3p2 -r SOp -t. odd.. AI'MCAT1208. . we have m n "'!.---::::-=DC 21' 2 ~L010C =.2~13"'4: 3 =7 (4) The area of the sellmanl MEC .W2.25p +75) 2. _.25 2: 0 => (-3p -I" 55) (p + 5) ~ 0 -3p+65:s:0andp "" 5:s:0 p:::: 65/3 and p $-S which 15 not posslbie :.-.~pq = 75 + (p .!..M.and the parity (oddfeven nature) of y are tabulated below.titulJng the values of m and n..an All the a's are. cos LD. 5 :::: 0 => {J:> 65/3 and p <:-s The maximum value that p can have is 65/3. =r"'25~'p+Q) pq + qr +rp = 75 =:> PrJ + (q + p)r '" 75 =>pq +.: 9x By solving the above equation. Let Ihe set Choice (3) y a. 25p'" 25q_p2 .R and RS.OC .3110 ~ 0 = 2 17.lirne4cdllcation... A.. . Therefore all' the terms of yare also odd..50 (40 + 10) arndBharal had good worth RS.) 110: 95B.=: 3) n 3x ".70 (46 iI" 30).. 0 and p . ...oIi..+ mk + n Product of the roots =9 -m 9 n Sum of the roots Given nne of tile roots Js .010 r 1 Cons! er me tria~le DIDe. Given that cost of the food x calorlfiCl!all. 00 = 2(= DC is ~ot necessarily trU'e. Difference'" 2 '" (3)' 7: 24 24 + 7-25'" (4) 5 :1'2 5+1.E. a2a'n+ . 94195 Education Pvt.. Either statement' alone is sufficient to answer..3p + 65 2.25)q + (75 -I.: 4 Length al0119sides Diagonal'" S.N respectively.".4(1) (p" . p+q+r=25 Solliltion for quesliion 14: 14..500 003. iddarnsetty Complex. Choice (4) is necessarily true.. au the semicircle-area of the segment MEG) 13.(9X+ and (2).Sp' + 65. 625 -4V + 100p.s also Rs_40. S1nce they divided l!he food wilh IhaneqlJaITy" the cost 01 the toed consumed by Amar and Bharateach i. 91(..: Area of title sector MOC - area ohlle mangle Moe . = rl...325..I..50p .!!.!_ x id -. 4k 4k 1 4k +2 (4k -I" 1)(2k) Even Odd Odd {2k + 1)(4k +1) (4k + 3)(2k + 1) 4k +3 We see that 1 II tet 001 .

4 email..". Conslder Statement A: If Ihere exists a point P such Ihat 60·. hours or' 270 min. we have 10 8SS'LDme that each unoranded company has the maxtmum possible ~~ . 6.int of contact of the tailgen\. Z is onlhe major arc of XV'... We may III . 6 (branded ones) and 5...: lhe question can be answered usil1lg either statement alone.0 tOO . 200 Floor. ail +.. the distance. wlth the branded.Sle = 8Z5 + 826= aj + a.E.22) . oilN irthe unbranded players t1ave maximum share. . Ihe radius can be fcund. In 2010.08 and Ihe maximum lin 2011.a 135% Chloice (3) :22. A. 954 Choice (4) We note that the first 2 terms or such a sertes can be chosen arbitrarily and ih is determined . 1500)( - 32 100 ln 200. To find Ihe maximum percenlage increaser we haM') to assume that branded players have the least share in 20.em Let '[' be the radius of the.:.... it can be seen thai the share of ~he reast ens wOij)ld be anly 2%. lhe minimum share ofa company could be as high as 3% and in 2011 it call be as high as 4%.50 crore. !he share of tns least one will be 3%. the chord. 4 and 5 percent each. (hen tl1'e angle sub'tended by the chord XY at thecentsr '0' is 120'.:. 7 arid 8. As sham of remaining flve= 100 .75 '" 25%). il. From Ihe triangle OXF..e of branded t.Shar.5Q crore.(2:8 + 25 + .... info@time4eciucatiolJ.(3 .. Choice (2) RS.81 '" :24. . To find me maximum number of years when sacn company had sales more than Rs. p'X_' 2 em. 'It takes.207 86' .SoLi4 .1rne (!lal the founh bran<led player has the maxmum share i..!..S9l.X 100 = . 3. 12% of 1800 = Rs . it doesn't have to work through the pages of volume 1" Ihe back cover of volume 1 and back Cover of volume' 1Q. both of which are mare..200 92% of 2700 .. Tille remaining.e . which is less than Rs.. with 0 as the center of the elrde. . 040-27898194/95 . and three unbranded Solution for question <I.p" "'-a~ -=---=- In 2005.. Here the chord XY and the tangen'll at Z are parallel. 4.. Statement B alone is sufficient.ones being 6and7 percent each. With LXOY .anded would be 34% and..240 "I" 480 'I.. The remaining 15% (100 ~ (24 + 22 + 20 + 19) can be cistrlbuted Mtweel1 the fifth branded p~ayer and the unbranded players. We have.9%. For n:> 1.Totallelevisions sold '" RS.:. share 26%.!lOcmm.2 and 1 percent respectively for the Iwo branded ones). 1. multiple 016) 8 '* Es! =0 1 !) had more sates then each unbranded one. 3 and 2."-a3 ' '" .. l. the minimum share' of C wOllld be 6% (as share of !lie two brarced and three urib.10 Using statement B alone.e.a~.'._4 -l. tff1e shares of Iheunbranded companies can be at most 3. 4.M.soOX. is at least 4% (15. The bookworm begins from the lirst pageo! the first volume.20%. aj '" 6 and au '" 7 az '" 7 Therefore if n " 6k (l.Minimunn.Fax: 040-2784733. Eilr=aS-aS=sl arrange the terms as fOllows ail i'l4 '"'a~-i'l2=-a. d'on't know. It bores Us way completely thwugh volume . lISillg the sameloqlc.. Thus it takes 10(1!.) 100 .2) . lncrease./2 an hour for' each volume. arc XY or the Now consider statement B: Let 'Z'be the po.I.20 '" 14..Solutions f:Or questions 21 to 214: 21.: . 20. Share of the top th~ee '" 30 + . We consider two eases. 75% and as each branded one 6 :. 4. as the third I1ighesl has a share of only . the share of C would be at Ileasl 4% (share of the branded and the unbranded ones'" 100 .J 100· +(270 ox..cmll website . than Rs.Maximum share 'of branded players = 100 . (T. 16 crore 2 . and s26/s\:1 '" 1316 Triumphant Institute S1a"'an=6 Clloice (3) of Pvt. Siddarnseny Complex. circle. Ole '" a..4."...20· and XV :..X 100 . : TriangleXOY is Isosceles.. In 2009. .aiwe of 1010115<'119$ of'C '"(1200X~J 100 + (1500X 32) 100 + (1. rnsxlmom share of the other branded one would be 19%. .. 1.216crore :. As the 101• velurne is placed upside down il.8.=ao-all_' 8n-. 235% . the share of them can be 8. . As sa~es otbranded companies was more than each ol the unbranded ones. CMice (4) for question 19: . Ltd. Tel.~'" 13 Choice (3) Management Education 5000 =432000 ' . 4 em. whether Z is on the minor major are XV. ...:.. has to work ils way through the front cover and alii the pag'es. After that. between XV and 'tne tanqent at Z 'is 4 ern. ZiP' . Therefore..18. possible v. PZ cannot be 4 em. Secanderabad .. as determined in the previous question.. 1.'" 85 . Statement A alone ls suffici'enL LXPY'" MaximjJ:llil share Of branded televlslons in 2011 happens when tihe unbranded players have m~nimum share. Tilla branded players have the minimum share.!. 20:: . 23. .:wwwJime4educatioll"com AIM. 74 + 14'" '88% ·of 1200· = Solution 19.'.SO crore. In 2008. ln 2008 and 2009 the sales of company Care 1200 x -and C~oice (2) = r '" rl 2.24 +. every group of 3 terms is obtained by changing the si'gn of tl1e corresponding term In the preceding grO!!jl of 3 terms. and thecircle... P'Z '" 4 ern l.e.:.. we get 22 + (4 By solvang the above equation we can find the vallus 01r.e.. either PZ '" 4 em or tP'Z '" 4 em As XY .) Eto: 958.2010 would be . which is tess Ih(.elavisions .112 or 41.2 to volume g.CATlZ08.72 + 162 . 4' and 3(Na two can have the same market share in any year). Let the centre of the circle be 0 and P be the rnldeolnt of as . :. but as lIVe. As the share of each of the unbranded players is less than that of the branded players.500 003. bores its way' through the cover and enters the second volume. Tine maximum share of unbranded televisions in the year .. 92% of 2700 = 88% of .The shares can be ~9..5}% '" 12% .

nil1g~ a. 18.17. 2.26: The comparison ·of ranks of ~wo participants X and Y I'll a event can be determined wilh certainity onlyi! the ranks of speeds and time are 'lesser (or hll.! of 7 marks in Test 11.24 'Vety DifficlJft SEC1'lONSolutlons for que·stions ito 1. it needs: to be assumedthal Fl'does nat anempl the r·emaining 4 questions. The maximum possible net score is (3 + 5 . the consolidate ranks of G and H cannol be compared.ants in violent motion 'rampage'fields. a net of 5. 9.of tile 'idea'.b. E. marks 'In Test-Il (He got 3 questions in Tsst-Il whleh means that he attempted only one question correctly in Test-I (8 attempted one question correctly in Test-Ilf) (8 had the some number of quesNonsin Test. lnsfituts of Management Education Pvt. Innovative is correct.11. If there were only 6 questions available in Test III" the number of quesflonsin Test II could Ihave been 4 or 5. ·3 x 3 ~ 2 x 1 '" 7)0. It is possible thai the tota~numberofqueslions in Test III is 6 or 7. [J are ruled out 3~ (E.Ill and TestIV. quesuons would be avai. Since P scored a tota. the rank of G is higl1er than that af H as in both ~.icky syrup - TrickJeis correct.heep. . Since number of questions correctly attempted is more than 50% but less tban 100% of the tola~ number of questions avail<)ble. Click is correct. : www.lhe net scores for all poss~biHties can be summarized in Ihe form ofa table as below.2 x 1 :. Clique is a group . 'invective' means abusive ~ a.O-27898. SimHa. 3: n 3.28. 'to' Change' is correct.G) --j.0. scathinq review . A total Of 5 questlons would have been attempted ~nTest ll..30 1. 8..Conclusion d.comwebsih! . Shear is to cui the wool off a.) Triumphant no. Hypothesis is a baseforreaso. In cycling.l.correct and 2wmng answers.rawn (E. To rnaxlmlze the SCoQ"8 obtained.! Questions 6.7. ligm 15 thrown on some areas whIch are suspected to be tainted with dishonesty..5.4.com A[MCA 1'1208. Hyperbole is correct. meaning 'exaggerated expression'.19'4f95Fax: 040-27847334 email: info@time4ellucnlion. transmute into 8. No conclusion This means both A and 8 are ruled out. questions correct since the number of questions increased by 2 frem Test ll to Te811111. in time" tile rank of H is higher than !iha! of G and in speed.'. J ruled out Similarly F. (b) is correct .6. 8) --j. I ruled out. this case. Since P att'empled not more 20 questions overall. In . 1$( (A.Solutions fur questions 25 and . Corroboration is to confirm 'or support a statement ~ b.16.M. 13. If Ih<lfe wsre4 ousstlons in Test . F) . In running. 2:6.: The possible scores in Test 11 7.A total of6 questions were attempted in Test III..8. we COlrn determine that \l!"tecQIlSolid:. .her). A . the telaUve ranks of Hand G cannot be fOllnd as. present in the given choices and hence. light fabric. tile rank ofH is higher than that of G as in both speed and lime.cation.Secunderabad . So. Ltd. In tl'niscase" score of P in Test III would be 6 marks. P scored.swimming.b. D) . The right sequence is ababa.. a st. Rooms..collaboration means 'working together'.29. Since number ·of questions available has remaned toe same when goirng from Test III to Test IV" ~n means that at moo! 2 questions:were co~ecUy a.tirrie4edu. Teslill Iota. different substance=e.b. Treacle is b.... Tesll! Total Correct Questions 4 4 Correct Wrong U nattern pted Wrong Unattempted Net Soore a 4 2 0 5 5 5 5 4 3 3 3 1 2 0 0 1 {I I II I II 7 4 2 i 1 5 5 4 5 0 2 1 0 0 ° " 12 8 7 9 12 11 15 . in the sense of :strong.re" tl1e companion is done in tile fol!owlng manner. are Note.. (T.I.. C': 4.15.irof mystery.9.5.2. houses are "ransacked' . 'Mystic' lnlts noun form Is always a person .. 14.SOD 000. If there wereS questlonsln Test III. Transform. number of available qusstons in Test IV would be 20 ~ (3 + 5 +6) = 6. 95B. a tolal of 5 + 1 .lted rank of E is higher than that of G. Difficult H. the rankof H 'is lesser than thatof G. Wilting 'is a softer verb used mainly for plants . Choice (4) 26.-. 11 12 and 15 marks. .s'.. 7 + 9) (3) '" 72 marks is 10 cha. . Siddarnsetty Complex. J) no conclusion ca n be drawn So. Q could have got either 30r'4 questions right SimiiarlY. tih:eabove questions (2:7 and 28) have be e n ig~ orad fa~ eva luatlo n of resu Its..22.E. 12.ile would have gO't 3cocrecl and 2 wrong answers (.21. 29. Hence zero persons" Choice (4) Solutions for questions 27 to' 3'0: 27.Q should have got all the'.rly. Please note that IIl. C.2.20.lable ln 6. the net score in Te.a. the rank of H is~igher than that of G. Eleph.. 'Shady' means Hiegal and has more negative connotations -8.)No ccnclusion Again. He. The riqht sequence is bbbaa Choice 14) 2. 19.st 11 1n'1 would have been 4 x 3 = 12 marks. Choice (1) Sheer is correct in the sense of transparent.50]/5 Te] ::04.23.tt<lmpted. which can beat most 3 + 2 + 2'" 7) (Maximum possible scoreof S in fourth test) '" 7 (3) '" 21 C~oice (4) Choice (3) 30. H ruled out and even G.27. Murky lscorrect. altuding to lhe sound made when heels click.an a.score of 10 marks Gain! bsobtalned by getting 4... the rank of G is higher than that of H.5. Mystique is correct . Conclusion drawn . 2nd (C. rain reducing to a thin stream.x 3 . But observe that (E. Withering is correct in this context.nge Di'fflcultv level wis'e s'ummary· Sedieml Level of Diflficulty Questions Very Easy Easv 3.peed and time.:10) .e correct answers are not. it conveys an ability to come up with new ideas. Test llt. 200 Floor. 26.1(1..

(d) is correct ~n(e) a[lowlng Should be 'that would allow'. Thrs is What Choice (4) indica!e. (e) i8 correct Gh 0 ice (2) Number of words: ~75 4. relates to the first.' are signs . the appropriate choice IS2. The words manipulated (:influenced: controlled) and manoeuvred (a cleverly planned action intended to obtain an advantage) do not make sense in the given context Even Ihe word restored is logically inappropriate in the given context..iding. statement (a).6 Solutiol'ls S.rOf'lg baeause tl'ley focus QI'l the achievernE. The focus hl\lfe ls as much .eling that the earth's reSO'LIrc. Institute of Ma...ght sequence is bbbbb. read 'by turning Its decrepit port . Statemenl a .. that they can guide us..$.com www. Hlus. strategic and et!11ica[} are calchy platitudes that assure academic respectabi!lity. Choices (2) and (3) are irreteva nt.While par...hten.SolJ. Choice (3) is appropriate.'Ites lhat this would include ·sages. creating 'tense inconsistency with (d) and {e)..com . The open. as we know. ~2) and (4).E.i. So. this does not rule out Ihe possibility Ihat some way could bl> easy.Fa!x.and 15: 7... u In addition. erlsls-prone". (a) and (d) aJ6 correct. "Simcere". The ri. be able: to guide of hers. Hence choice (1) is better. .. Statemenll (d) . (b) uses the colon erroneously.) FlO' 958. therefore.Choice (3) speaks of those who are no longer seekers_ Choice (4) for questions 8 to 1111: (a) 'provenvIs used incorrectly Jn the absence e c. and ascended/enlightened masters at all times". means 'earnest . with 'for' to mean Triumphant Tel: EduCation Pvt. to be concerned or cautious is apt.Enumeraling is copy ..ken by others earlier. Choice (2) Gomes closest to this stale of affairs.. Choice ("1) Complex. . while "Could" is used to express possibility of ability" "could'r Js also commonly used in conditional sentences as tM oonditional form of "can".b. ").." etc should mad "and for help 10 the countries lagging behind". It also indicates that these el1·lig. "in' Europe is apt and notat' as the reference is 10' a connnent tn (c) 'whose'. '10.this retera to those see~ing guidance.. Choice (4) The cnoices indicate that 'there is only one cnappropri:ate statement. [Nlwmber of words and Explanatory INumber 11. Choice (3) inferences are liVl1atcam be derivedl. It has done tnls by fostering or encouraging. Statement 3.serious in lntenflon. 'Ernulale' - means to A scion lsa YO'ung member of a royal family . as understanding" from the statements In 'the passage.. Secunderabad -SOD 01)3. should be replaced w~\h the acvsrb 'Where'. Choice (4) SO~l!Ition5 for questions 1~ to 13. by virtue of the foregoing explanatlon. to' list Qui one by one. gallery' (winning popularity wUh the common man) but gaining recognition in elite circles. The phrase should. Choice (2) This question. The phrase means that dubious tycoDns call buy foreign respectability tJy ingraUating themselves into influential sodal circles witih the help of their ill-g. Choice (4).."You wish your fami~y would socialise in the richest parts " Choice (3) '12. but choice (3) Is found w. Choice (2) and (4) are w.: 9. Choice (2') SOIUUOIlIS for questions 4 to 7: Number of words and [Exp. Statement 4 is an inference.af1ting .. the interrogative pronoun. The para indi'c:.otten wealth. goal achieved. The said words {globa!. Choice (2) in th'e 2M blank.S (1) and (2) do no! present the idea of effort . slnoe the path ~ one '1~at needs sincere effort on the part of the seeker . Statememt (d) uses the word "could". (c) "0 make . II is de<lif. we understand that the word "easiest' does not mean all ways are easy.01') the adjective "sincere" as 'it.. not inferred. it is more wlth the experience of thefr 'seeking' than that of their 'achieving/attaining'.ing of the passage establishes the addressee's credentials in all areas as stated ~nchoices. while some have done it without gulden. acceptable. a city is sometimes personified when uts qualities are beil"!g presented. not those gu.. ()40-27847334 email: info@tirne4cduCiiltiO'n.ce.. is on "seeker".. Ltd. cnoice (1) is clearly wrong . Choice (2) '13.").anc.. (The conditions. As for statements (b) and (c}. and tnen'whose' may be appropriate. of course. Thecorrect se. . only words. From the para we cannter that thiis sincerity would be demonstrated by tne seekers' continued intention and effort even though tne path has hurdles.:Ire that one should be' a "sinoere seeksr"). Cymbals are brass plates thatprocluce clashing sound.b.b.. However the context here is of what is planned' -no personification.. is ruled out because the addressee is mot interested in 'playing 10'the. of words ::589 6. therefore that the qUOM) in the question refers to the routermethod and not only the.es are there on~y to be exploited.. The correct sequence is ce dab. '10 match the Other sentences/phrases in the simple present. (b) should mad 'Barcelona has . Siddamsetty website: 04{}-27898 I 94f95 .. from the last para of lhe passage. As we know. too. would not be acceptable.lanalory hates for RC. A colon ~s used 10 lis. (b) 'Next' should replace 'coming'. Choices (3} and (4} are limited in scope.$ also.are.I. ALMCATl208. referring to Berlin already introduced.a1 says that the easiest method is to follow the path ta. since it $alYs 'always'. A semi-colon used to spm complex sentences shoutd replace the colon. 'Enteil' means 'Involving as a neceSS<lrycollsequence' Curtail means 10 thwart or reduce . C h aice (1) Sollj~ions forqueatlcns 14.quence is bee a d.tand nol on the method. 'Proved" is the Mightverb [arm to be used. What Is already provided as a thoughtfidea in the passage Is recognised. (1). Choice (1) The COJT!'!ct sequence is dab of an auxiliary. In literature.. .tinle4educatioli.b.M.A siren is a fascinating persO'n . others wOI:M benefit from the guidance of those who walked the path earlier.!. 2'd Floor.t ideas or summarles.. notes for RC: 5. (c) meeds 'its' and not 'it's' (d) There is a spel:lirtg error in 'ventiloquism'" whIch should be spelt 'ventrHoquism".. these . From the !first paragraph we understand that the writer recommends that we lallow "in the footsteps' IUlse the same routes/methods) 'of those who have already passed this way". 'Symbol. the fe. : etc should read "for an lnternatlonal financial system thai is less. is inthe passage (in the line 'meditate on their actions and you wHi approach . However. (e) "and 'to help . sustainable. (T. through the experience of having Iraversed th:e route. Choice (1) is not rele'vant to bhe quesnon..nagement '15. Statement 1 lis already in ttne passage (the discussion on 'easiest' method}: Stalemenl2 is also in tile passage (in the line "short of the sheer good fortune of. under conditions the possibility 'exists. 14 .edones would. 'realistically' and 'practically are apt In thet" blank expedient which means. So.ChoiOO. 100. purpose and effort'. acceptable. Therefore we understand from statement (d) that it "could be In everyones reach' Implies that. (a) Preposlflon 'of should be replaced 'attrac(lng'. 'Coming' means an 'arrlval'. saints. paragraph 'of the passage. The industrial paradigm has generated the symptoms of cllrnate change. Aliso missing is the pronoun 'its'.!!]..

/) Sobhan -Excursion bill (. Choice (2) is not.he differ@ntsid@s.Choice (1) is not true.1") Sujan ..Jml3~1 by pointing out thaJthere are multiple avenues through which virtual teams can stay in touch. Choice (3) As all the persons Who voted for the transport bill voted for the canteen bi'lL Silman must have voted for canteen bill SlJman. Statement 3 combines the popularity of sport wilh the benefi. Choice (4) is an adequate. to the para../ 17. statement 2 seems to proceed wilh the tllou. China being acase in point. 04{)-27898 194/95 Fax: 040-27847334 emlli.gN o. Choice (4) is the author's opinion. Suman: I' Suman 'Sujan Sobhan I 1 Excurs.- . (2) This point highlights hidden costs that may influence the decisions of restaurant owners to do away wHh . Staternsnll: 1 brings in a new thought and is Iii e./ Suman Sohan Sujairi l< .com ../ As Sohan must have votedfor two biHs.(T. exactly one of Sujan and sobnan musthave voted for the excursion bill Hence (2)0 cannot be true. thus makingl it difficu~t to enforce Ihe proposed plan.nship helps bolh sport and the medila. perhaps Russia. Choice (3) Solutl'ons for quastlons 23 to 26: From the'given irnformation Bill Person Suman Sohan SnJjan Sobhan Total Excursion roirt ..Number o~words and Explallatory Number of words: 730' notes for RC: (41 of catadysmic d~saslers that coutd spell doom for China. t!lus Weakening lhe case. not vote for the canteen bill.20: 2I . Thls poinl states that consumers are unwilling.5(JO(l(B. is g:iving company to China.rime4educatiol1J. (3) This'point dearly shows how rampant deforesta. Choke (3) for questions 19 and .€'. While.. inappropriate. thus complicatltng the case . Canteen bill (~) I Choice (4) The arqurnsnt statss that laek of resources hinojer fraquent interaction.. and is th..5. sohan voted for the transport bill 21 and 22: => soohan voted for the. as China is "Lll1likely to ground" nuclear energy in .. Solutions 1.. The author advocates the use of nucleerenerqy because it is reliable and has a reasonabjygocd safety record. Slatement 3 and 4 speak 01 hls role.< Lab bill Canteen bill JC Transport bill .t clear thai nuclear salety is ensured ill democratic soclenes 111 produce. (2) This point actually strengthens the argument (3) This point addresses the issue of mteraouon only i. and hence lacHitates 24 . not necessarily Chi~a's. as no person who voted for the transport bill voted for the lab bill. " soban I " I proprioception. true.- " l< Sobhan .efore.lls as it can.So.6. The' passage· makes j. 2(1. =» soohan did not vote for the iranspcrt bill.IMCATl2flS. website: www. Chokes (3) and (4)1 are inadequate. Choke (3} Is correct as China will. he must have de.playa r'ole that has meanillg for I.!$ticks plants would result in hug:s unemployment..choRsticks. Choice (3) 1. reason.8 "culture of safety".: vote against In the above table.l. aecountabuttyane at transparency. Statermml2 does not refer to :3 mle that he can play. ~egardle$s of public 0p[ilio:n. Choice {1} is ". Secunderabad. 'from the above table.tl7 Tel:. it relates any brcadcasimo activity and not specifically to broadcasl ·of sport. The passage explains that the symbiotic relatio. ./ Transport bill sonan Sujan sobnsn .Transport bltl (. We have to identify the only option tha! wo~ld support this case.E. 22.!>·everal sides. Thus choice (3) is correct.Excursion bill (1<)1 SujaJll.) HO: 9513.agu. Choke (1) Solutions 21. Suman mus. and then progresses to the beM·fit [hat expanded audience brings.2) HI. but not olherwise.f the panultirnate sentence. how closing the cho!'. Choice (4) Now. : illfo@time4edllcation. slake ire thirst lor ene. but points outother concerns. Given... it bril1gs in: the thought of hoW he can .coll1 A./ Transport bill . Choke (.. by expanding audience. have voted agai]!1st the Lab bill. 23.2no Floor.9. We have to idenUfy an option that would weaken this argument (1) This point does not 'specifically addressthe issue of proprioception. which Is desirable for various reasons" between the members of a virtuat team. The passage aiso csuttons that democratic institutions can deter nuclear expansion.11:' One of Sohan I Sobhan wHI vote for the Lab bill and one of them will vole againslthe Triumphant Institule of Management Canteen bill Education Pvt.n terms o'f delays. but not in dealing with the diffe~enl sides.. Choice (1) sounds far-fetched.I" 1 1 2 21 2 I I 2 1 3 ": 'Vote tor . Choice (2) 2. tor questions the canteen bill and the transport bitl and as he should not = have voted for Ine lab and the transport balls Oil the same time. (1) This point ctearly s!'10Wl'.1< 2 ." ~. . Choice (2) is correct.r-gy from as many we.Excursioll bill (.ton bill I " I" Lab bill Canteen bill Transport blll .. (4) This.t b) broadcasters.r)M. Statement 1 is an appropriate' end. It x " II .. and that Mr. 10 change their dining habits. Ud .tion to 'feed! the chopsticks industry could trigger 'off a series Canteen bill . Baker has a role to play (here's where he comes in)..among the lab bi'll. " . Statement 4 brif!gs in a result that is not logically supported by the contem of the para. Siddamserty Complex.erefore an appropriate end. Sohan x Sobhan Excursion bill Lab bill l< The argument points out the environrnantalcosts due W the mass consurnption of chopsticks.finitely voted for the canteen bill and Sobhan did. point amply weakens the a"gl.lr<l arethe sltuation '·ul!. The key thoughts hl.} to Excurslon bill Suman Lab bilH Canteen bill . lab bill Statemelll: (4) is true.Choice (2) misses out the safety record..

.36 5.3.SoI18 Fa.8. let the following diagr. Idli Dosa Since we know thai Suman has voted for the Transport and only 11'010 persons voteq. 18.ary _ Section /I Questions Very Easy E/ilsy 2.13 . or with both.. But idli was served on a.and 30: 29. Level of Difficulty for question 28: {Jfffieul'ty I{wel wise summ.. Choice (1) served.26. 26.5.4. 41 days = W. 16. . Choice (3) . on 41 days ldli was served with something else and on exaclly 51 . out of 51 days. em:l. GiVen that a"" b + c + d . AntholilY got the 4th rank in Maths.:. wege! e + 9'" 39 ~ 113"'26 Substltutlnq e + 9 "' 26 in (3) we get 27. Hence choice bill. total of 51 days.A.20 Taking both statements J and II.1Ibe as follows.. only ldll was served.27. The information gillen can be represented il.24. (T:.. 14.30 1. D does not have a watch. :?nd Floor. lihe Choice (2. Amar should get Ihe 3'd rank in Chemistry idli was sewed along wH~ wada. Hence.12. the tallest.19.+ e + f+ g'" 90 a 1" b + c + d" 51 a+e+g"'36 f'" 13 By 11) ~ (2) we get e .col1l AIMCATl2(18.1 Medium Difficult Vew Djfficult 25. Hence on 54 .· 13 in (5)._. = If A has a watch. Choice (4) Ajay 2 4. Thus D stands first. then B has a walch.9 .am represent the given situation . ltcanriet be possible that both Sujan and. Suman will be voting for the Transport.el.41 10 days.11. S'ujan will Canteen bill. Solutions for questions 2. biH and the be \lotil1g for the ~xcurs'jon bitl and the Choice (3~) billl.7. MaIlls Amar Akbar Anthony 2 1 Physics 1 4 Chemistry 3 2 30.sf:ollows. then at least one' of Band 4 3 3 C does not have a watch. f +:g '" 39 Substituting r". hence 0 has to be. info@limc4eduMlion.. we g.22. Canteen bill.. Triumphant Institute. ranks of Arnar. Since on 36 days.x: ()40-27847334 .13. Amar got a.of Ma nagement TEl]: 041)-27898194195 Ed ucaaon PvL Ltd.time4·education. Siddarnseny Complex.M. the possible. and A]a)" can be as follows .:l!S and accordingly Ihe final arrangement wl. exactly one of the three items From.~) HO: 95 B.il. Alternative 50IutI011l:.different eases. Malhs Amar Akbar Anthony Ajay As in each and every subject. IlfS has a wallen.m (3) (4) (1) Physics Chemistry (5) a '" 36'~26 = 10 Ajay. B.com web$itc: www. Hence if A has a wa~dh. But amQ~g' these 54 days" on exactly 1~ days only wada and dcsa were served..4 days. If 0 has a watch. (Since two or more Hems mus! be served all all Ihese 54 days). or with cesa.. two or more items were served on 90 .23. for the Transport Transport bill. fhe above.28" 29.) Solution for question 27: other choices can be shown to be true for. better rank than 3 2 _ . Choice (3) 2.I. C are not the tallest. ·17. then C has a watch. ss. Solulion 28. Sobha:n also vote for the (2) can never be true. Secunderabad ~ 500 003.

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