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**(Key and Solutions for AIMCAT1317) Key SECTION -I
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1. 2. 4. 5.

C

A D D C

6. 7. 9.

A A C

11. 0 12. 0

3.

8. D 10. A

13. A.

14. A

16. C. 17. A 18. D

15. A

19. C

20. B

21. 22. 2:3. 2:4.

C C A B

2R 0

27. B

25. C

28. B 2.9. A 30. D

SECTION-II

1.

2. 3.

4.

5.

0

S 0 0 B

6.

A

A ID

7. 8. 9.

A 10. B

11. 12. 13. 14.

C 0 C B

16. D 17. C 19. G 20. D

21. C 22. B

26. A

18. B

23. C

24. B 2:5. B

2.7. A 28. C

29. A

1.5. C

30. C

Solutions

SEcnON -[

Solutions '1. for questions 1

=>4K. + K~ - ~ =>K;;;1!/i

1

=0

to

12:

Let: the seliling price, of the article be x, Then marked price =1.2Sx and the cost price= 0.62Sx.

However, K cannot be greater than t.Henee,

K = 1~

~

.', Pe~cenlage of profil on sellirng mearncre

...2

Now,

=

2.

O.625x

O.37.5.x (100%)

= 60%

Choice (e)

.!:!. bacteria

2

were present at the beginl1im9 of the third

hour (l.e., after the flrst two hours) are (1, 2), (2, 3), .,.,. ...... ,

The favourable ccmblnanons (24.25). :. Requ ired. pro.balbiHty

Hence, the percentage [~at willmmain after the 3'" hour

=

Choice (A) 5.

~(1-[1-

2x24

2x 2SC

2'

2

25

5J) = 25 ~

35.4% of N. Choice (D)

3.

A system has no solutions, l.e., Vhe equancns are lncenststsnt, iff the eoafficisnt iim one of them can be expressed as a certain combination of the ccefflclent in the other two" bUit the constant term is not equal to the cmresporndingi combinadon o·f the constants in the other two. LeI's try to express tM coefficient of C iln term ou those of

90 leaves a remainder of 12 (or -1) when dividsd by 13. :.90" leaves a remainder of 12"(or -1)" When divided by 13. :. 909~ l!eaves a remainder of 1-1 J.~; -1. i.e., 12, when divided by 13.

=

{1} and (3)

2p ... 3q '" 1 "----"- (D) P + q '" 1 -------- (E) and 3p - q '" 7 ----(F) Solving (4) and (5). we get q '" -1 and p '" 2. We see that (F) is also safistled.

AUernative solution: 909 [(13} (7) -1]91 In the expansion of ((13) (71 - 11~',every term contains 13 except the last. The lastterm ~s (':_1)~' "'-1. :. The number 9091 will be of tile form 13k - 1. :. The remainder when lt ls divided by 13 is -1 or 12. Choice (C)

,=

6.

Therefore, 2(A) -18)

=. x.... y + 7z = 2(4)

- 5=3 r, If C is any number other than 3. there is

no

solution. Choice (D)

Given that DE and! FG are both parallel to 8. => DE is parallel 10 FG. :. MOE - .liAGF Since the area of MOE is equal 10 the area of the

quadrilateral DEGF, the area of MFG is twics the area of

theMDiE. Areaof~ADE (AD):.! Area of ~AFG - AF

4.

Since the number-of bacteria that pertsneo in tile mrst two hours is same as Ih·al. which perished after that,. it foHows that exactly hall of tile lnltial bacteria perished in ~!Je fiirst two hours, Assuming N bscterlia were present at the beginni'ng,

Number of bacteria perlshlnq in 1st hour= KN Number of bacteria pe~ishing in 2nd hour s K(1 - K)N :. KN ... K(1 - i<)N == N

:.(~~r =i

=>

=

(AE)" AG

=

[DE)2

FG

.2

DE 1 FG =J2

Choice (A)

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2 ~xl+lxl ~3=O

=-1:<l2_3Ix~

=:> (lxl-1)

+2=0

**:. we see that the serles of numbers from Nl134 onwards is
**

<IS

follows

=- Ixl

=:> x "

± 1 or ± 2.

(lxl-2}=o " 1 or Ixl "2

**-15, -73, -57, 16, 73, 57" -16, -7'3. -57 and so on, wRh the set of six values repealing ooniirmously, Note mat the
**

slim of these six values, themselves From the pattern, student

(, NI135

is zero.

Hence, tihegraph

**should have lour polnts 0'1 lntersection
**

Choice (A)

we carl say til at the number with the

**wilth the x-axts.
**

Option 8,.

ot the

(A)

is the correct representation.

= ~73

form N

and 1135

= 6k + 1 will be -73. = 6k + 1)

:. we can ignore all students till the highest multiple of six under (or equal to) 2272 l.e, tillI 2:268, Now only four mere students will remain, and they will have the numbers -73, --57,16 and 73.

Let the number of cats be c.

say 0 +

**N'!.lrnber on mice eaten by each cat must Ibe more than c' k,
**

sa

Total number of rnlcs

c(c +, k) "'99991 9

The nearest perfect. square is (1000f " 1000000. Now 99919 10000 - 81 '" (1000)2 - (912

=

Hence, the sum oHM numbers with them will be --41, Choice (D) 1.2, Given equation 31 x -I- 13y" 75. (A} (2,.1) satisfies the given equation 31(2) + 13(1) " 75, Any pair (x, y) satisfying the equation can be expressed in the 'form (2 ~ 13K, 31K ,+ 1} whem~is an integer. r. When IK " 1 (2 - 13(1), 31 + 1) '" (-tt,. 32) When K = 2 (2 - 1.3(21, .3112) ,. 1) " (-,24,63) When K '" 3 (2 - 13(31; 3113) + 1) " (-37, 94) .: Option (0) does not satisfy t!he given equation ..

Choice (D) Solution for question 13:

"(1000 + 9) pOCO - 9) = (1009) (991) Each cat eats more mice than 'the total number of cats present So, the~e were 991 cats and escheat sats 1009

mice. This is the only possible, solution 1009 a:re priime numbers. as botll 99'1 and

Choice, (D)

,Aflternative solution: Since each cat ate the same number of mlee, the total number of mice must be divisible by the number of cats. From tlhe choices, none of 66'7, 899, 1147 (In tact, since mice :;. cats, number of cats cannot exceed 1000, as 1000 x 1000 :;.999919. Hence 1147 oannotne lhe answer) exactly divides 999919 (to be found out by dividing).

Hence Choice {D).

9.. If t~e surn of some numbers is a constant, then the sum of their nliIl powers is minJmum when the numbers are equal. (when III is an even natural number), Let a, band 0 be the three integers. Given a + b +c = 10 So, a4 ~ b,4 '" c4 wi.11 have minimum value when a " b c

13. % change un. the ratio from 2005-06 to 2006-07 ( 715)·

421 -

(,6511)

=

(~~~)

715) 715 421

m

x100

=

116%

10 B :3 .ut

. ... smce thiS

IS not

**. posslb!e they must chosen as omer order on the same
**

Choice (C)

From 2006=07 to 2007=08, it was

oloss to each other as possible. (a, b, cJ " (3, 3, 4) or some cornbinaticn. a~ + b4 .. c4 34 + 3~ + 44 418

(

584 (~)

x100.

0.55%

=

=

10. lile three digit: numbers. satisfying tile condition have the form ~1a'" 9 and 7b +:2 where a and b are the respective

euouents wilen the numbers are divil.1ed by 11 and 7. + 9 «rs» 2 ~-a +1 b. the least number satislyirng the Condition is obtJil'led when both a and b are non-negative integers. When a is 0, b = 1. Hence the least number satisfying the conddlon is 9. lhe general form of the numbers satisnying the eonctnon L.C.M (11, 7) K + '9 17K + 9, where K lis a

From 2007-08 to 2008-09. It was ( 672 (~) 584) 584 342 ,100.7.62%

,·.1H

=

From 2008-09 to 2009-10. it was

=

=

positive integer,

100 < 77'K + 9 <: 1000

(*-~)

672 ( 426

.)

= x 100 .. 0.85

01

I<>

**14 Hence K> 1and K 77
**

=!>

<:

12-

67 77

Hence K can take 11 values (i.e., from 2.10 12), Tlhere are 11 possible such three-digit numbers,

From 2009-10 to 2010-11. it was

**choice (A) 11. Let t~e number with tne j1.h stucent '" Ni
**

Given N'" Ni-l + N;'l Hence the number with 113'71h student

(

793

534~457

727)

--

727)

x1 00 = 665'X . o

( 457

From 2010-11 to 2011-12, it was

=-

" Ntl37

N1136" Nnae 16 = -57 + N'1'1.J6

'" '"

~ N113S

73

.642-534"

(

1128

793J x100

**simila~ly N1l35 " -73 and Nm9 '" 57 and Nm~~~16 and Nn40 '" -16
**

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(793JI 534

=

18,32%

r,

Thehighesl % chaoge was 18,32%.

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The table below giv'es details of the terminals and the conrespondling flights. Tl Flight 6E-372 SG-423 IC-724 14. ETA 6:20 8:28 '11:27 ETD 8:15 11.:23 Flight SG-9'16 6E-168

I

T2

T3

ETD IFlight IT-162 IT-345 ETA 7:06 9:36

T4

ETA

6:44 9:22

ETD

9"10

11:07

Fllight IT-3184KF-4197

ETA

7:20

9:06

ET'D

I

9:08

10:58 13:10

8:59

10:49

13:16

re-sts

I

I

11 :13

It. can be observed fwm parked at terminal T1,

the above' table that IC-724is Choice (A)

21,

15.

The shortest difference in the ETO of one flight and ElI"A of another flight in the same terminal is 4 minutes (observed in case of T 1) Choice (A)

=

22.

Ratio or total pe sales in china and Australia =3: 1 .: ratio of desktop sales in chine and Australla = 3 x 84 : 1 x 72 = 252 : 72 = 63 : 18 :.rat~o ot vslue of desktop market = 63 x 2: 18 x 3 126: 54 7: 3.. Choice (C)

=

Solutions

for qu:estions

22 to 30:

**16. Betweern 111:23 and 11:21,
**

vacant, :.AI most 3 terrrnnals Solut.ions 17. for questlens

terminals T" T3 and T4are

We call list the values of the exp~essions which appear in

are

vacant.

enoree

(C)

the options,

17 to 1'9: 20..7 (l.e., for mango)

x

6

7

Y

115

xi"4y~3

10 112

x~4y+3 2 3 118 58

x-5

1

y+5

Xi" ·5 y~4 11 12

1111 51

120 60

40

It is sufflclsnt with

10 compare the ratio --

32.8

55

35

11

52

2 3

4

the ratios

27.4 19.4 -6.9 ' 11 ..8'

--

5.8 14,3'

--

4,618.7. 'd' -an '6,1' 24.7'

8 9 10

25

19

30 24

20

15 12

3.4 3.4 By observation,

only

5

5.8 (i.e., Apples) 14.3

**is less than
**

Choice (A)

11 13

15

15

10 7

6

S 10

20.7 3:2.8'

18,

'H" ence on Iy one vane ty·01"1 ' nun;

**We call see that (x - 5) (y + 5) is a constant
**

Export price per tonne for walnuts which is the ~ighest ratio, Statement A is true as walnuts is proportiona~27·4

Choice (C)

6.9

23,

value to quantkty.

has the highest ratio of

Every Ih~ee non-colhnear points in a plane form a Iriang!e, Hence, the number of triangles tnat can be formed by using the 10 points is 10CJ= 120. Choice (.A)

of years be P, A. rand n ~espectively., Given, A=3P

· S tatement B IS trueas

--

20.7

32:.8

< --

18.7

24, Let the principal; amount, rate of interest ane number x y where R" (1+ 1~O) i,e., 3P

24.7'

Statement C is true as -__;--

3.4 % of x 3.4% of Y

= PRJ

· Sttatemen

to'

IS

no Ittrue

19.4% --011,8%

<:

2(3.4) . -.

3.4 Choice (D)

**·.R~~ (3~r~"~R'~27 3
**

~R'~

:.PR~;;;; 2.7P Choice (6)

**19. l stthe total production of all the fresh fruits be 100.
**

"'" Exports of 'fresh fruits= 30 From the 1" pie-chart, exports of mango ;;; 32.8% of exports of all fresh fruits =, ,32.8% of 30 whioh is 20% of the production of mangoes. 20 QUit of nne total production of Hm, share of mangoes 49.2 or 49.2%. Choice (e) :, 32,8% of 30 = 20% PM

::::0

25, The graph of the given lines is.as follows: y

PM

=

32.8x30

= 49.2

=

**Solutions for questions 20 and 21:
**

20.

Ratio of laptops to desktops in India Given, no. of laptops =, 28,000

= 5,: 95,

Le" 1 : 19

8. ABC is the reqelred regiion. r, The area of the required region is ..!.xABxOc=2x2x2=2sq,units 2 2 Choice (C)

~ No.of desktops= 2:8000 x 19. c, Total valiue =: value of laptops + value of desktops = (28000 x 45000) + (28000 »: 19 x 25000) =28 x 10 x 5 (9 .. 9!;»)= 10 = ~1456 crore

6 6 X

140 x 104 Education

Choice (8)

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C 6.6

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7.8

30.

p

Let Ajay's initial position be chosen as the orlgin. Let x represent the distance of Ajay's new posltion from I~H'!

origin at P,

Then, Ille distance between AJay and the three stones can be represented as [x - s}, I x - 6.61 and Ix-7.sl, .', To minimize the sum of distances, tthe lol~owing should be rrunlmlzad. lx-51 ;-lx-66I" ~)(-7.8,1 Distance of AJay from the three stones could! be minimum only when he is tocateo at the location of the 2nd stone, which is 6.6 m away from Ajay':s lnltlal posltlon. :. Ajay should walk a further 6,,6 m. Choice (D)

o

QR 5 SR

2kl 3

R

as 2 as 2 -=-=:> ._=-

The height 'for the triangles PQS and iPRS is the same and] is equal to Pl. _', Ratio of areas = Ratio of bases. .. --=-:=-

6PQS2k1

~PSR3kl

2

3

Choice (0) rega~ding the angles is [redundant.

27. Given Al1kit played Cricket on (31all (31' - 21) days,

1,8) days and Football

Note that the informalion

As he did not play both tile games on any day, he played on 13 + 10 23, days. :. He playedneither au the games on (31 - 231 days i.e. on 8 days. Choice (8)

=

28. Let the caoecfles of the t!lree [ars J1, J~ and J3 be VI. V<. V) respectively. Volume, O'f water in A '" capacity of J, '" V, Volume' of milk in B = V2 ...V3,- V, V3 :. Required ratio= ---"--V2+V3 -V~

Given 3 :s; VI 7

Difficulty tevet wise summary· Section I Level of Difficultv Questions VElry Easy '12 Easy 1,23.24 2,3,5,6,9,10,17,18,19,20,21,22, Medium

25, 27,. 29, 30

Difficult Very Difficult

4,7,8,.1.1,13,14,15,16,26,.28

SECTION-II Solulion 1.

s8

14

for question

1:

6$ V. $'12

<;;v:a.!,';

V3

(V2-~+1)

V'J V'J

This ratio is maximum when tine denominator is minimum. this occurs when V2 - V, is as rnegrafive as possible and V~ is the minimum possible. When V2 = 6, VI = B ano V3 = 7, the ratio is .

D ns the first sentence as il begins with the nameMr.!Mubarak. Where as A and C begin weith'He' and 'his', A follows 0 wi'h. what Mr.Mubarak. said when ne spoxe. C links to A as it gives ~he true reason of Why the IEgyptians spoke more freely. thus contradicting what Mr.Mubarak said ln A. D A C form a para. B gives Vhe reason for ~he uprising in Egypt and does not m into this pars.. Choice (8) for questions

Solutions

2 to 4:

notes for RC:

Number of words and Explanatory Number of words: 466 2;.

(6;8 +1) 5

1 .

= !... =

140%

Choice (8)

f(k) =

2-J3

=

f(k)+f{k)

1- [f(k)P

authanficity.' This is best expressed un choice (D). Choice (A) is not dear, Choice (B) brings the 'book' into the picture without proper reason. Choice (C) understates the issue'ennui' (boredom) is no substitute for 'grossness' and 'lnsecuritlas'. Choice (D) The said flutes are 8J handmade work of art, in thls age of makes choice (0) appropriate. Choice (A) does Clotmention the handiicrafl involved, choice (B) skips the artistlc touch, choice (C) is 1:00 broad in scope, Choice (D)

Tile reverse effect is simp~y rrom 'online sham' to 'offline

3.

.'. f(2kl

mass producflon. This

22-/3

4-2./3 1-4-3+4J'3

4-2./3 -6+4./3

4.

Refer to authenticity, choice IB). Choice (C) Choice (D)

2 - tine said advertisement portrays hence will be perceived to be so as stated in Choice (A) is not clear about "expert opinion." is, negatedl by ..... not rebellion but authenticity. is mlsleadinq. Choice (B)

5 and 6:

para

SoluUons

for questions

5. 2

1-( Js

f(k) = 2. .'. f(4k)

13 =./3

r

Altemate, method: The given relation is sa.tis·fied by I(xl

Sentence (d) is apt as the opening sentence since it introduces India in a'll its variety. Sentences (a) and (b) both begin with 'out', (b) is ap,t to foll'ow (d) since it presents 8J contrast - from the multifarious variety to just two. Sentence (a) presents a contrast to (c) - while (c) speaks of tne expected long period of growth (a) shows how the 'old India' has reappeared, (d, b) go togethe:r as also {cal. (e) foHows (b) describing the feaJt~res of the two India. dbeca is thus the sequence. Choice (OJ Sentence (b) cam only come aliter (e} ~ since the former says SPR and the latler has the full form. Further (b) relers to a Presidenrt's political difficu:lties which can forlow Obarna ln (e). (eb) could go together and (d) follows (b) linked by

= tanx

Choice (A)

..[3=

6.

tan15·

= tan60' = .J3

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... Routes it can operate ill

and Expl.anatory 569

1.. 2.3,4,5 1. 2, 3, 4

1.5 2,3

3 ',2,3,4

Number of words: 7.

the passage is a case agarnsl"culiling a life short when it is ln full tide," (para .2) and terms this act an "unspeakable wrongness: Choice (Al presents this view. Choice (C) is beyond the scope off the passage. cnolces (6) and (D) cannot: be inf~m;ed liOm t.he passage. Choice (A) The statement ·Well, !lhaU'sall mls morning. thank God: clea.rly points to choice (D) as the answer, Choice (A) undermines the distaste of the supervisor. Choices (B) and (C) are not suggested. Choice (D) The irony in the statement "He's all right" is that the person is conflrrned dead. It reveals the callous epproacb of Vhe superlntendent. Choice (A) is apt. choice (B) is f"LO~ relevant [0 the quesnon. Nor is choice (C). Choice (D) is not true',as i~,e superintendent's redemption is beside the point. Choice CA) 1 0 and 11:

8.

We can see from the' fi"st table that 32 students cannot possibly boerd un routes 1 and 5. Hence, 32: studernts in Mazda, means that Mazda is operating in route 2, 3 Of' 4, but not 11 or 5. :. Eicher should be assigned to route 5. Also, since no bus was sent 10r servicing, Volvo must run Or] route 3. Hence no other bus can run on route' 3. There-fore, Leyland cant run only on route 2, and thus Mazda must run on route 4. Choice (9) 25 students are possible only on route 1. Hence, IEiicher must IIJe running on route 1. As only IEicherand Mazda operate' on route n05, if IEiicher operates on route no.1, Mazda should! operate on route no.s and it can't be sent for servicing, Hence, (C) is definitely false. Choice (C) If Leyland was sent for selVidng, then the buses and the possible routes assigned will be as follows, Mode! Volvo star bus Mazda Ruby Bus Eiclher

I I I I

9.

15.

So-lut.iol1s for questions 10.

16.

Part (a) is incorrect because 'only" should precede, nol follow, ihe wordlptlrase it quaHffies.. The sentence refers to 'only spies and system administrators' not 'only had to'. Pari (b) Is incorrect-even' precedes and qualmes 'humdrum thing,,', Part (c) is incorrect - it snould be 'downtoadlnq' and 'buying' to be parallel to 'turning'. Part (d) and (e) are correct. Choice (8) In part (a) it should be 'tea-estates' (plural) not one specflc 'tea estate' (slnoulan. Pari (c) is incorrect ~il should be 'disembarks' not 'embark' since lhe reference is to the end 01 the journey. Parts (d) amI (e) have punctuetional error, The comma after "rain fare' should be deleted and commas inserted <l.fter 'on board' and 'fly' ·to make tile relative clause 'who are ... ",,, ..ay' a parenthetical expression. Or;l'!y (10) is correct, Choice (C) for questions, 12 and 13:

Route number 3

I

I

**112/4 112/415 1/2/4 1/5
**

in the number of when Star Bus runs on route 5, with just be at most 35 ~ 20 Choice (D)

11.

The maximum possible difference students in Star bus and Ekher will be on route 2 with 35 studentsand Eicher 20 students. Hence the difference can ; 15. 17.

Solutions 12.

In the first blank 'character" is ruled out since one's character is inherent what one has and cannot be welldeserved (which refers to external-g~ven by somebody). 'Reputation' is apt to be qualified by well deserved. In I~,e second bla~:k 'Mstles with weapons' is apt 'rne other words, through synonymous, do flat collocate with 'weapons'. Choice (D) or pervasive, in the second blank effective, valid and potent am ruled out since we expect passwords to, be so, hence they cannolfollow 'all too often' wilich suggests mane frequently man expected. Choice (C)

If Mazda carri:es36 students, then Mazda must be assigned to route 3. Volvo is sen! for servicinq. In the above case, the routes assigned to different buses, will be as 1:OI]ows. Accordingly, the possible range of the number of students that could be carried is also given.

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BUlS

Model

Route numbers

13. While passwords can be essential, omnipotent, ublquotous

Star bus Mazda Leyland Ruby bus Eicher

1/43 2

1/4

Number ofl Students 24 - 3.2 II

36

28 -35 20 ~24

~

I I

24 ~ 32 .~

5

Observing] the choices and using the table above, chotces A, Band [) are eHminated Choice (C) Sol.ut'ions for questions 18 and 19:

**Solutions for questions 14 to 17:
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The following table gives the range of the number of students who board the bus in each route any day Route Number 2 Number of students 24 to 30

28 to 35

32 to 40 26 to 32 20 to 24

:3

4

let li'le seven friends be represented as PC, HS, S, MB, SP, NU and Gk (1mthe order mentioned in the question). From Vhegiven condutiions (i) and (vu) => HS ~ PC (ii) ~ GL f-- HS (i.ii) =-IMB (:- S (iv) NU in 200 position from left (v) => S iin Slh or 61h position from left. Consider the following cases

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5

Case\il

Not.e: The expected number of students for routes 4 and 5 will be a fraction at 80% .. As the least expected occupancy is 80% the expec1ed number of stUdents in these routes wi!1 be the least inleger above the number a180% From conditnon (ii), (lv) and (v) and the above table, We can derive the foll.owlng, which gives alii the possible routes tnat each bus operate in Triumphant Illstltule of Management Education

Sin Sh position from left.

2

NU

3

4

6

7

In the above arrangement. 4 and 6 raspsctlvely.

HS and PC nave to occupy positions

_s_

3 5

ps.

6

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In option D, IFrapin + Koman .. 4 .'1> 2 '" 6 :. On~y in option (e) is the sum a perfeo! square. Choice (C) 22.. Sum of Goshobo's Krennica's rank. So:lutions for quesrlons and Koman's~anks 23 and 24·: planting, bUiildingl Choice (C) with a '" .3 .. 2 '" 5 which Is Choice (B)

1

(2) MB

2

NU

3

GL

HS

Case Iii) Sis: lin me 6111 position. In this casa, there are two further sub-cases possible. (a) HS aile! PC occupy 3r<1 and positions respectively Ileft. (b), HS ami PC occupy S1l1 and 7~ positions respectively ~effl. Under 1(3) the a rranqernent would be as follows.

**23. Sentence (el is incorrect - it silould be 'dig u~' meaning to
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break the ground, into small pieces before etc. from from

s'"

24 .. Sentences (8) lis lncorrect - it should be 'humans'. '

human face' in (A) Tefms to 'consider the needs of fihe ordiinary people', lin (0) 'the human face' refers to a person who makes it easier for ordlnsry people to understand.

Choice (8) Sollutions for questions

(3)

Gl

11 would be as follows.

25 and 26:

under (b) the arrangemen!

25..

NU -2-.--

3

4~6

HS

S

~

7

Poslflons " 3, 4 can be occupied by MB, GL, SF' in any order which gives a lotal of six possible arranaemerss, (4) ~ NU GL __§£__ __Ijl§_ _§__ PC 12 3 4 5 67

The penultlmate sentence says 'it sounds like' which means It is mot so in reality. Hence In reality Africans are mot party peepers: which means contrary to tihe statistics they do consume a lou of oeer which isbwugH,t out by ~B). (C)~can came after (8) not in place of it. Choice (8)

(5)

(6) (7) (8) (9)

M8 1

___Ii!J_ 2 ___Ii!J_

_§£_ 3

GL 4 GL

____i::j§_

5

____i::j§_

.s

6 6

_lL

PC 7 PC 7 PC 7 PC

.se.

1 SP 1 GL_

2

MB

3

GL

4

M8 4 MB 4 SP 4

5

__l::j§_

.....!i!L 2

.s,

6

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2.6. The para presents a contrast between lndltsx and other fashion firms. While the latter source from China which is cheap but has. a liang supply chain, lndltex sources 'from Spain, Portugal and Moroco which though costly makes for a short supply chain, enabling' it to respond quickly to cnanqes in fashi,cm. Itne concluding sentence presents tne consequence 01 this which is (A). (6) describes other firms while thie focus is on lncltex, (O) and (DJ have a negative tone which is contradictoryto the positive tone of the para. Choice (A) Soilutions for questions

3

SP

5

HiS_

27 to 30;

notes for RC:

1

GL

.l:!!.L

2

2

3

5

__tjj§_

6

7

PC 7

Nl.lmber 'of words

and Explana.tory

1

....!::!..!..!.

MB

3

5

....!2..

6

Number of words: 563

**118. Option (Al is incorrect as shown in case (8).
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Option (8) is correct. Option (C) ts incorrect as shown in case (2), Option (0) us incorrect as shoWJTIn cases (7) and] {5). i Choice (8) 119. A total of 9 distinct arranqerneots Solutiollls for questions

27. TM passage tries to explain why the pam behave tlhe way they do, hence choice (A) is apt. Choices (B), (C) and {DJI are not Ihe focus, though they have been mentioned.

Choice (A) 28 .. Choke {A) can be inferred "other I.~ings .. " more important than food " (para 2, sentence 2). Choice (18) can be inferred " Spend lavishly ..... skimp On1 food .. ,,". Ctnoice (IJ) can be unoerstoodrrom t~e first sentence and the last two sentences of me first pam. Choice (e) is negated by the same sentence. Choice (C)

ars possible.

Choice (C)

.20 to 22:

The ranks assigned are 1,:2, 3,4, 5 From (I.), sums of ranks of two combinations are equal. The posslblllttes are 5 + 1 :::;4 + 2 __ , (a) 3+2=4+1 (b) 4 + 3 '" 5 + 2 (c) In (i), it is given that Koman + IKrel1Jnrca Goshobo + Frallin From (iii), it can be inferred that Royal Mint does not have the lowest rank, i.e., 5. (b) can be ruled out. From Oil, Goshobo's rank cannot be 5 and Kama n's ronk.cannot be 1. From (iii} Koman's rank cannot be 5 and is l1igher than Gcshobo's rank and hence Goshobo's rank cannot be 1.. " (a) can be ruled out. :. The only possibility is 4 .. 3" 5 "' 2. where Goshobo's and Frapin's ranks are 3 or 4, Koman's rank [s :2, and Krel1Jnica's raok is 5.

**29 .. Orwell argued that the poor eope with adversity by redLUcingl
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their standards (of ~iving). The author sSJl's that the poor spend on luxuries and enjoy l.iue, even if they have to struqqle for bare necesslties. This view Is stated in choice (A). Choice (B) is incorrect 8.S they don't choose 'to defy fate'. Choice ee) is incorrect. Choice (P), while laudable, is not stalled in the passage. Choice (A) 30 .. The said workers enjoyed tasty food witihout botheJingl about its nutritional value, as stated in para 1. The cause and effect in choice (Al does not concern these workers, Nor ars they bothered about health CO$1S, as given in, choice (0) .. C~oice (8) is not true, as the workers ued themselives liberaHy. Choice (C) Difficulty leve.l wise summary - Section II Level of Difficultv Ouestions Very Easy Easy

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:. Royal Mint's rank us 1. Choice (D) 21. If Frapin's turnover Is lower than Goshobo's, Frapin's rank must be 4 and Goshobo's rank 3. In option A. Royal Mint + Komane 1 + 2 =·3 In option '8. Goshobo + Krennina " 3 + 5" SIn option C, Kmmfica .+ Frapin" 5 + 4 '" g, 20.

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