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answers TCS candidates experiences will help you to prepare your recruitment in your dream company 1) The water from one outlet, flowing at a constant rate, can fill the swimming pool in 9 hours. The water from second outlet, flowing at a constant rate can fill up the same pool in approximately in 5 hours. If both the outlets are used at the same time, approximately what is the number of hours required to fill the pool? ans: (1/A) + (1/B) = 1/T So when you solved, and got 14/45, that was equal to 1/T. To find T, you need to take the reciprocal; T = 45/14, (3.21) u 2) If 75 % of a class answered the first question on a certain test correctly, 55 percent answered the second question on the test correctly, and 20 percent answered neither of the questions correctly, what percentage answered both correctly? ans: n(a ^ b) =n(a)+n(b)-n(a v b) = 0.75+0.55-0.8 = 0.5 (50%) 3) A student's average ( arithmetic mean) test score on 4 tests is 78. What must be the students score on a 5th test for the students average score on the 5th test to be 80? ans: 4 tests sum=78*4=312 5 tests sum=80*5=400 then 5th test score=400-312=88 (88) 4) Rural households have more purchasing power than do urban households at the same income level, since some of the income urban and suburban households use for food and shelter can be used by the rural households for other needs. Which of the following inferences is best supported by the statement made above? (A) The average rural household includes more people than does the average urban or suburban household. (B) Rural households have lower food and housing costs than do either urban or suburban households. (C) Suburban households generally have more purchasing power than do either rural or urban households. (D) The median income of urban and suburban households is generally higher than that of rural households. (E) All three types of households spend more of their income on housing than on all other purchases combined. ans: B 5) Jose is a student of horticulture in the University of Hose. In a horticultural experiment in his final year, 200 seeds were planted in plot I and 300 were planted in plot II. If 57% of the seeds in plot I germinated and 42% of the seeds in plot II germinated, what percent of the total number of planted

seeds germinated? ans: 200 * 57 % = 114 and 300* 42% = 126. Total = 240 out of 500. (48%). 6) A closed cylindrical tank contains 36 pie cubic feet of water and its filled to half its capacity. When the tank is placed upright on its circular base on level ground, the height of water in the tank is 4 feet. When the tank is placed on its side on level ground, what is the height, in feet, of the surface of the water above the ground? ans: What given Volume = 36 Height = 4ft Volume = Pi* r2 * h 36 = Pi*r2 * 4 r2 =9 r=3 So the radius is 3 which means the diameter is 6.

7) The present ratio of students to teachers at a certain school is 30 to 1. If the student enrollment were to increase by 50 students and the number of teachers were to increase by 5, the ratio of the teachers would then be 25 to 1 What is the present number of teachers? ans: 30/1 = s/t Current student to teacher ratio s+50/t+5 = 25/1 Future student to teacher ratio solving the first equation first equation for s gives s = 30t. Substitute this value of s into the second equation, and solve for t. s+50/t+5 = 25/1 30t + 50 = 25t + 125 multiply both sides by t+5 5t = 75 simplify by subtraction t = 15 (15) 8) College T has 1000 students. Of the 200 students majoring in one or more of the sciences,130 are majoring in Chemistry and 150 are majoring in Biology. If at least 30 of the students are not majoring in either Chemistry or Biology, then the number of students majoring in both Chemistry and Biology could be any number from ans: total=200 neither>=30 chemistry=130 bio=130 maximum common=minimum of the two=130 if neither=30 then common=150+130+30-200=110 range is 110-130 9) Kelly and Chris are moving into a new city. Both of them love books and thus packed several boxes

10000x 8/100x1/2=400 for the next year there will be interest on your investment of 10000 and also on your accrue interest of Rs. It follows.with books. how many seconds will it take him to run x yards at the same rate? ans: 11x/y 15) A certain company retirement plan has a rule of 70 provision that allows an employee to retire when the employee's age plus years of employment with the company total at least 70. Hence. Ratika bought a 1-year. if Juan takes 11 seconds to run y yards.@8% for half year. and Machine B produces bolts at a uniform rate of 100 every 20 seconds. most seriously weakens the argument above? ans: The ibora can be propagated from cuttings and grown under cultivation. if true.400/that means another 400/+ interest on 400/. for half year you get 400/. Hence. In what year could a female employee hired in 1986 on her 32nd birthday first be eligible to retire under this provision? . Because wood smoke presents such a high health risk. how many seconds will it take for them to produce a total of 200 bolts? ans: Machine A produces 120/40 = 3 bolts in 1 seconds and machine B produces 100/20 = 5 bolts in one second. It takes the bark of 5. In the month of May. Rs 10.000 trees to make one kilogram of the drug. therefore. what was the ratio of the number of boxes Kelly packed to the number of boxes Chris packed? ans: 100-60=40 40:60=2:3 10) A drug that is highly effective in treating many types of infection can. If Chris packed 60% of the total number of boxes. a tree that is quite rare in the wild. the concentration of smoke results in poor air quality. legislation is needed to regulate the use of open-air fires and wood burning stoves ans: In valleys where wood is used as the primary heating fuel.=400+ (400x8/100x1/2) 400+400+16=816 14) Juan is a gold medalist in athletics. at present. Which of the following. If the two machines run simultaneously. (25) 12) Wood smoke contains dangerous toxins that cause changes in human cells. 11) Machine A produces bolts at a uniform rate of 120 every 40 second. both of them will produce 8 bolts per second. they wil take 200/8 = 25 seconds to produce 200 bolts. 13) Analysing the good returns that Halocircle Insurance Pvt Ltd was giving. be obtained only from the bark of the ibora.000 certificate of deposit that paid interest at an annual rate of 8% compounded semi-annually.What was the total amount of interest paid on this certificate at maturity? ans: @8%. that continued production of the drug must inevitably lead to the ibora's extinction.

the number of people enrolled in health maintenance organizations increased by 15 percent.1993 was 45 million.5 = 14.67% 21) After loading a dock. The argument is flawed because the author _____ ans: fails to distinguish between purchasing and consuming 17) Andalusia has been promoting the importance of health maintenance.000-2.6.1991? ans: let there are 'x' population at jan1. be false. 1986 + 19 = 2005 16) Homeowners aged 40 to 50 are more likely to purchase ice cream and are more likely to purchase it in larger amounts than are members of any other demographic group. therefore.4 cm 20) A tank contains 10.2.7)=2*2*3*5*7=420 19) If the area of a square region having sides of length 6 cms is equal to the area of a rectangular region having width 2. How many million people(to the nearest million) was enrolled in health maintenance organizations on January 1. Now she has 32 and every year gives her two more points: one for age and one for additional year of employment. in cms.4. what fraction of all the .5. If the night crew has 4/5 as many workers as the day crew. so 32 + 2 * (number of years) = 70 (Number of years) = 19 So. New % = (500/7500) * 100 = 6. each worker on the night crew loaded 3/4 as many boxes as each worker on the day of the crew.000 gallons of a solution that is 5 percent sodium chloride by volume.1991 15% of x = 15/100*(x) (x)+[15/100*(x)]=45 /* as there is 15% increase from 1991 to 1993*/ x=39.1993.000 ----> sodium chloride = 5% ie 500 New = 10. If 2500 gallons of water evaporate from the tank.1991 to January 1.500 = 7500. From January 1.C. then the length of the rectangle. The enrollment on January 1. the remaining solution will be approximately what percentage of sodium chloride? ans: Original =10. inclusive? ans: L.M of(1.3. The popular belief that teenagers eat more ice-cream than adults must.5 cms. is ans: Area of a Square sxs 6 x 6 = 36 Area of a Rectangle lw ?(2.13 18) What is the lowest possible integer that is divisible by each of the integers 1 through 7.5) =36 as it is equal to the area of a square 36/2.ans: The female employee must gain at least 70 points.

the day shift loaded 20 of them.. EXCLUDING the gratuity? ans: Let the net price excluding the gratuity of service = x pounds Then.so 20 rolls remain. in terms of q.15 x = 207 pounds ==> x = 207 / 1. which is the closest approximation of (50.. total price including 15% gratuity of service = x + 0..... 1.boxes loaded by two crews did the day crew load? ans: Number of workers Day shift: 5 workers (this is an easy number to find 4/5 of) Night shift: 4 workers (4/5 of 5 = 4) Boxes loaded per worker Day shift: 4 boxes per worker Night shift: 3 boxes per worker (3/4 of 4 = 3) Total boxes loaded Day shift: 5 workers times 4 boxes per worker = 20 boxes Night shift: 4 workers times 3 boxes per worker = 12 boxes Combined total boxes for both shifts = 20 + 12 = 32 Of the 32 boxes.and then 20% were not sold.......15 x pounds So.49)/199. how many different positive even divisors does n have including n? ans: 4 24) A dealer originally bought 100 identical batteries at a total cost of q rupees. where p is a prime number greater than 2...15 x = 1. How many dozen rolls had not been sold when the bakery closed yesterday? ans: 4 rolls were not sold.15 = 180 pounds Net price of lunch for each person = 180 / 15 = 12 pounds 26) Of the following... then... 20/32 = 5/8 22) A bakery opened yesterday with its daily supply of 40 dozen rolls.2*0.. for how many rupees was each battery sold? ans: bought for q/100 dollars per battery each battery sold with profit 50% is q/100 + q/100*50/100 =q/100+q/200 =3q/200 25) The price of lunch for 15 people was 207 pounds. What was the average price per person. Half of the rolls were sold by noon and 80 % of the remaining rolls were sold between noon and closing time....half of them were sold by noon. If each battery was sold at 50 percent above the original cost per battery.8 ? ans: For approximation . so 20% of the 20 rolls is 4 then it is the answer 23) If n=4p. including a 15 percent gratuity of service.

Thirty percent of the members of a swim club have passed the lifesaving test.8 can be taken as 50*0. blue bead and yellow bead. if true. Which of the following conclusions can most properly be drawn from the information above? ans: An inconclusive polygraph test result is sometimes unfairly held against the examinee 32) Country Club has an indoor swimming club. Which of the following investigations is most likely to yield significant information that would help evaluate the researcher's hypothesis? ans: Determining whether smearing various substances on new guitar strings causes them to go dead 29) Red blood cells in which the malarial-fever parasite resides are eliminated from a person's body after 120 days. Because the parasite cannot travel to a new generation of red blood cells.5/200 = 25/200 = 1/8 = 0. this is no reflection on the examinee. rather than changes in the material properties of the string. Which of the following. How many members are there in the swim club? ans: Suppose there are x members.2*0. non pass members arre 7x/10 which are equal to 12 + 30 = 42 7x/10 = 42 x = 60 There are 60 members in that club 33) A necklace is made by stringing N individual beads together in the repeating pattern red bead. such a judgment means that the test has failed to show whether the examinee was truthful or untruthful. If 1 person is to be randomly selected from 2500 people. Rather.150 = 2 * 5 * 5 * 11 * 13 so there are 4 distinct prime numbers that are below 100 28) Guitar Strings often go dead . 12 have taken the preparatory course and 30 have not taken the course. Among the members who have not passed the test. which are less frequently eliminated from a person’s body than are red blood cells. If the necklace begins with a red bead and ends . most seriously weakens the conclusion above? ans: In some cases. were responsible. and 7 percent invest in both municipal bonds and oil stocks. white bead. what is the probability that the person selected will be one who invests in municipal bonds but not in oil stocks ans: 7/25 31) When a polygraph test is judged inconclusive. 35 percent invest in municipal bonds.after a few weeks of intense use.become less responsive and bright in tone . 30) Among a group of 2500 people. 18 percent invest in oil stocks. Nevertheless.(50. the parasite that causes malarial fever travels to cells of the spleen. any fever that develops in a person more than 120 days after that person has moved to a malaria free region is not due to malarial parasite.125 27) How many prime numbers between 1 and 100 are factors of 7150? ans: 7.49)/199. A researcher whose son is a classical guitarist hypothesized that dirt and oil. employers will sometime refuse to hire a job applicant because of an inconclusive polygraph test result. green bead.

In the question its mentioned that first we have to choose a box at random. Compare speed? Let the distance covered by dog in 1 leap is x and hare covered 1 leap is y. 49.8 Next number in the given series 1. probability of selecting a bag is 1/2 Probability of getting red ball from first box is 1 Probability of getting green ball from second box is 38/64 So (1/2)*1 for first box and (1/2)*(38/64) for box 2 answer is (1/2)*1 + ((1/2)*(38/64) which is approximately 0. 343 344 because 1*7=7 7+1-8 7*7=49 49+1=50 .one containing 39 red balls & the other containing 26 green balls.the answer is 68.=16:15 34 There are two boxes.the probability of getting a red ball is maximized. beads will be W. 7.. The ratio of speeds of dog and hare = Ratio of distances covered by them in the same time = 4x : 5y = (16/3)y : 5y =(16/3) : 5 = 16:15 Ans.only 68=5(13)+3 can be written in the form 5n+3. 50. So 2 boxes are there.you are allowed to move the balls b/w the boxes so that when you choose a box random & a ball at random from the chosen box. 8th.e) 1..where n is an integer.(counting no of white bead) Test each of the answer choices to determine which is multiple of 5 plus a value of 3.Of the options . then N could be: ans: R G W B Y is the bead pattern and it repeats. 56. 13th. Posted by kamesh prajapati at 9:52 PM No comments: Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook 33 A dog taken four leaps for every five leaps of hare but three leaps of the dog is equal to four leaps of the hare. the 3rd. then. 18th...with a white bead. So. Bead want to end with White. 8.this maximum probability is a)60 b)50 c)80 d)30 the probability of getting a red ball should be maximized so we will keep 1 red ball in the first box and transfer remaining 38 red balls to other box which has green. The reason for doing this only this combination will make the probability of getting red ball is maximum (i. 3x = 4y => x =(4/3) y => 4x =(16/3) y Then. 57. So. this can be expressed as 5n+3.

1 in how many ways can 3 postcards can be posted in 5 postboxes? q.u hv to fill exact 4-4 ltr liquid in 8 and 5 litre bucket by using only these buckets in minimm num of steps.4.8*7=56 56+1=57 49*7=343 343+1=344 ans= 344 q.1 in how many ways can 3 postcards can be posted in 5 postboxes? first post card can be posted in any of the 5 post boxes =5c1 ways second post card can be posted in any of the 5 post boxes =5c1 ways third post card can be posted in any of the 5 post boxes =5c1 ways number of ways=5c1*5c1*5c1=125=5^3 q..of 8.6.in how many ways can 5 postboxes hold 3 post cards? q.in how many ways can 5 postboxes hold 3 post cards? first post box can hold 3 post cards in 3c1 ways second post box can hold 3 post cards in 3c1 ways third post box can hold 3 post cards in 3c1 ways fourth post box can hold 3 post cards in 3c1 ways fifth post box can hold 3 post cards in 3c1 ways so number of ways =3c1*3c1*3c1*3c1*3c1=3^5 35 A number has exactly 3 prime factors..out of which only 8 ltr bucket is fully filled..8 thereby 5*5*5=125 Since no.2.5 n 3 litres.3.. N=a^8*b^8*c^8 hence total no. will be in the multiple of 3 so power are 0. overall how many factors does the number have??? Answer for this question is 729 The explanation goes like this Let a.. of factor is (8+1)(8+1)(8+1)=729 there r three buckets... 125 factors of this number are perfect squares and 27 factors of this number are perfect cubes. since the no. of cube as a factor is 27 therefore power in the prime no...2. of perfect square as a factor is 125 which can only be if every prime no. to the power of zero is a perfect square) so power must be 0.c be three prime no. has power in the multiple of 2 including zeros(bcoz any no.. 8ltr 5ltr 3ltr initially 8 0 0 step1 3 5 0 step2 3 2 3 step3 6 2 0 step4 6 0 2 step5 1 5 2 step 6 1 4 3 step 7 4 4 0 total 7 steps .b.6 hence the no.2.

4% Probability of a sum of 18: 1/216 = 0.2)(3 .81 Q= . What is the maximum number of rests that he can take? a) 41 b) 42 c) 40 d) 43 total=800m 16m per min means for 1m=800/16 =50min to climb 10m per min means for 1m=800/10=80min to climb for paul .6)(2.48 -----------3Q=.4)(3..4)*10/60 = 15.97 b)57.3.1.3.1)(5. Paul can climb at 10 meters per one minute and rest for one minute or16 meters per minute and rest for 2 minutes.. If the price of 33 kilograms is 11.6)(1.6% Probability of a sum of 16: 6/216 = 2.5.6% Probability of a sum of 10: 27/216 = 12.5)(1.5% Probability of a sum of 4: 3/216 = 1.14 t will be (3..2.3. 37 Raj tossed 3 dices and there results are noted down then what is the probability that raj gets 10? a) 1/72 b) 1/9 c) 25/216 d)1/8 ossible event.4)(1.17 d)2.7% Probability of a sum of 14: 15/216 = 7.1.3)(2.5% Probability of a sum of 11: 27/216 = 12.so.6.3.3)(4.2.8 30L+3Q=11.6% Probability of a sum of 13: 21/216 = 9.2)(5.5)(4.5% Probability of a sum of 12: 25/216 = 11.(1.362=3.2)(3. area covered by this in 10 min is ? a)50.8% Probability of a sum of 17: 3/216 = 1..26 cm2.5% 38 Apple costs L rupees per kilogram for first 30kgs and Q rupees per kilogram for each additional kilogram.7% Probability of a sum of 9: 25/216 = 11.14*5...2.67and for 36kgs of Apples is 12..2)(4.4)(5.3)(2.36 The climb from foot to top of a hill 800 meters.3)(3.5...67 30L+6Q=12.4.6.4.time taken for rest by paul is 120-80=40min length of minute hand is 5.8% Probability of a sum of 6: 10/216 = 4.2.the total time is 2hours==120min.5.3)(5.4% Probability of a sum of 5: 6/216 = 2.4*5.45 d)59...e 1/8 answer-------d(1/8) Probability of a sum of 3: 1/216 = 0.5)(2. If take has to reach the top in exactly two hours.2.4.3)(6.50 b) 10.3.4 cm.1.4.3.6% Probability of a sum of 7: 15/216 = 7. Jack can climb at 16 meters per minute and rests for two minutes or 20meters per 2 minutes and rest for one minute.4)(4.4)(2.1)(4.2)(6.1.27 from that L=0..23 c)55.5)(3.5.6 .0% Probability of a sum of 8: 21/216 = 9.6)(3.6.4.48 then the cost of first 10 kegs of Apples is a) 3.362 cost of 10 kg apple is 10*..0% Probability of a sum of 15: 10/216 = 4.1) total 27 possible event so probability = 27/216 i.53 c) 1.1)(6.

Then find in how many days A alone can complete the work? ans is 10.. A and B can both work together to complete a work in 7 days.if c not occure f will occure ..The letters in the word ABUSER are permuted in all possible ways and arranged in alphabetical order then find the word at position 49 in the permuted alphabetical order? a) ARBSEU b) ARBESU c) ARBSUE d) ARBEUS AB**** =4!= 24 ways AE****=4!=24 ways next word is 49th so AR**** in alphabetical order **** will be BESU ans is B 39 A is twice efficient than B. In 8*8 chess board what is the total number of squares.Z ARE INTEGER THE EXPRESSION X-Y-Z IS EVEN&Y-W-Z ODD IF X IS EVEN THEN WHICH OF FOLLOWING IS TRUE(a)Y MUST BE ODD(b)Y-Z MUST BE ODD(c)W MUST BE ODD(d)Z MUST BE ODD Ans..odd=odd) hence option (c) is correct 41 Two cyclist begin training on oval racecourse at same timethe professional cyclist complete each lap in 4 sec noves take 6 mintue how many mintue after start will both cyclist pass at exactly same spot where they begin to cycle(a)10(b)8(C)14(D)12 ans is d. which of following true:A occur only B or C occur B occur D&E occurf occur if Cnot occur g occur if A and F occur option A occur whenever F occur2)F never occur3) G not occur if D not occur4)none of these 3) g nt occure i d not occure a=>b or c b=>d & e f=>c not g =>a & f 1) a occure whenevr f :.+n^2 40 X...(c)W must be ODD X-Y-Z=even and X even no......depen on c where as 'a' can occure if 'c' not . 1^2+2^2+3^2+4^2+5^2+6^2+7^2+8^2=204.5 gn: A+B=(1/7) A=2B =>B=1/21 A=2/21 =>A take (21/2)=10.5 days to complete the work...W. simply LCM of 4 and 6.so this is also not true 3) g not occure if d not:-g depnd on a & f .so this is not true 2) f nevr occure => depnd on c only n c is indipendent .. formula=1^2+2^2+3^2+. hence (y-z) must be even because (even -even = even) and y-w-z=y-z-w=odd and (y-z) is even so W must be odd because (even ..Y.if d not ocuure b will not occure (as b=>d&e) a will occure if .

9 out 100 parts many be defective.8645 45 There are six multiple choice questions in the examination.6485 b)0....4 & p(0)=48. H3 is taller than H4..91 probablity of non defective of y= 95/100=.91*. Similarly ... 5 out of 100 are likely to be defective in the manufacturer of Y. In the process of manufacturing of part X.95 so. is the answer.. simple formula for this kind of problems is (n-1)c(r-1) so 19c2= 171 if p(x)=ax^4+bx^3+cx^2+dx+e has roots at x=1. if the first two question have 3 choices each.if c occure f will not occure .8645) probablity of nondefective of x= 91/100=..+50! divided by 5! remainder will be ? 1!+2!+3!.6565 c)0. Calculate the probability that the assembled product will not be defective? a)0. probablity of nondefective product=.H4 is older than H1. number of non negative integers of A'. where Q is a constant but given p(0) =48 therefore 24 Q =48 Q=2 p(x) =2(x-1)(x-2)(x-3)(x-4) p(5)= 2*4*3*2*1 = 48 1!+2!+3!. 42 In how many ways can 20 identical pencils be distributed among three girls so that each gets at least 1 pencil? now A'+B'+C''=17. the next two have 4 choice each and last two .95=0.what is p(5) if 1 is a root then x-1 is a factor of p(x) similarly x-2 is a factor.x-3 .C' are (17+3-1)C(3-1) so total Combinations are 19c2=19*9 = 171. so remainder is 33.+50! divided by 5! remainder will be whatever is obtained by dividing 1!+2!+3!+4! with 5!.c occure..8645 d)none of these ans=c (0.hence g will not occure.2. In how many ways can one arrange 5 subjects such that each subject is allowed at least one period? we have 5 sub and 6 periods so their arrangement is 6P5 and now we have 1 period which we can fill with any of the 5 subjects so 5C1 6P5*5C1=3600 44 An article manufactured by a company consists of two parts X and Y.x-4 are factors but p(x) is 4th degree polynomial therefore it can be in the form p(x) = Q(x-1)(x-2)(x-3)(x-4) .(i)H1 is older than H3 (ii)H2 is taller than H4 (a)only 1 (b)both (c)neither (d)only2 c)neither.3.. so remainder is obtained by dividing (1+2+6+24)= 33 with 5! ( 120).this is true House1 is older than H2. How many sequences of anwers are possible.. 43 If there are Six periods in each working day of a school.B'..

...(11 times)=1/2048 option b. the number of bacteria was 400 and at 6 pm yesterday it was 3600. How many tiles should Arun buy? 27*48/2*3=216 47 Roy is now 4 year older than Erik and half of that amount than Lewis.it should be 1/2048 .y1).0) area of triangle with vertices (x1..(x3...0) 2x+3y=5 and y=0(x-axis) => 2x=5 => x=5/2 and y=0 =>(5/2. a)4096 b)2048 c)2 d)2! Probability cannot be more than 1.but the option is wrong..y2).z=4(by substituting other) nw asking multiplication after two years of roy n lewis is (6+2)*(4+2)=48. and then x=6.3... if there are maximum acute angles then how many convex hectagons are there there can be max 3 acute angles in a convex polygon which is a triangle...the youngest 1 is a boy.y3) is |x1(y2-y3)+x2(y3-y1)+x3(y1-y2)|/2 =|1(0-0)+0(0-1)+5/2(1-0)|/2 =|1+5/2|/2 =7/4 sq units. the number of bacteria was 400 and at 6 pm yesterday it was 3600.at 4 pm yesterday . 48 The number of bacteria was growing in a city exponentially..How many bacteria were there at 7pm yesterday? The number of bacteria was growing in a city exponentially. a civil engineer.have 5 choices each? 3c1*3c1*4c1*4c1*5c1*5c1=3600 for any one of first three option of Q. u will get y=2.then find the probabality of finding boy in the family.49 There are 12 children in a family .. the points of intersection for lines: 2x+3y=5 and x=y => 5x=5 => x=1 and y=1 =>(1.If in two years Roy will be twice as old as Erick..(1) 2nd is x=z+2..it ranges from 0 to 1... there can be two options..2 4 option in Q.. ind the area (in square units) of the triangle formed by 2x+3y=5. 46 Arun was all bent on building a new house. y=x and X-Axis.1/2*1/2*1/2.1) x=y and y=0(x-axis) => x=0 and y=0 =>(0.this goes on.(x2.either a boy/girl in a family asked is to find a boy=1/2 given 12 children but it is already mentioned that the youngest is a boy so no need to count that.(2) (Roy is now 4 year older than Erik and half of that amount than Lewis so 4/2=2) also after 2 years erik and roy relation wil b x+2=2(y+2).. erik=y.How many bacteria were there at 7pm yesterday? .... suppose roy=x... lewis=z so x=y+4.at 4 pm yesterday .then in two year what would be Roy age multiplied by Lewis age?? ans is 48 firstly two equation from 1st sentence . (3) so put this into 1st equ.. He wanted to build a room of dimension 27 by 48 ft and lay tiles in this room.1 we have three options in Q. He carefully got the blue print of his house designed buy his friend Ashwin. hence.. Each tile was of dimension 2 by 3 ft..

6) Sum of the digits are= 3. leading agents in Chennai prepared models of their lands in the shape of a rectangle and triangle.6.1)(1.5% b. What is the altitude of triangle model from the base to the top? a) 24 inches b) 8 inches c) 20 inches d) 32 inches Area of a rectangle= Area of the Triangle So.12 Among these 7 comes 6 times. So the maximum probability goes to Rahul 2 Messrs.8 (3.4)(1.is the ans a volume of A are having in a container of sphere.4)(3. Who has the maximum probability of winning the amount.5C2 = 10[ treating E AND E as distinct) Selecting EE = 1 1/10 * 100 = 10% TCS 2013 placement new pattern questions 02 1 Four friends namely Rahul.3)(6.4)(6.25% d.1)(5.2)(3.1)(3. the name remains unchanged? a.1)(2.7.6. They made models having same area. how many semispheres of volume 4 l each will be required to transfer all the water into small semispheres? v10936/4=2734.8..11.50 A volume of 10936 l is in a conatiner of sphere .Rohan-11 (1.1)(6.4.8.3)(2. The base of the triangle model is 16 inches. 9 comes 4times.Rajesh-10.5)(6. Rajesh and Rohan contested for a dairy milk chocolate.6.2)(5.2)(4.2)(6.What is the probability that despite this interchange.4)(5.11 comes only 2 times. Siva Constructions. Ravi's choice was 9. Rajesh's choice was 10 and Rohan's choice was 11. To decide which friend will get the chocolate they decided to throw two dice.6)Sum of the digits are= 6.5.But my son accidentally types the by interchanging a pair of letters in my name.6)Sum of the digits are= 7.4.what is d total number of squares.2)(1. similarly Ravi-9.5% 10% Selecting any two . Ravi.10.3.5.5)(4. Every friend was asked to choose a number and if the sum of the numbers on two dice equals that number.11 (6.8.2)(2.4)(4.10.8. 51 My name is PREET..9.6..7.5)(5.6) Sum of the digits are= 2.7 (2.7.5.20% c.5)(2. Rahul's choice was7. l*b=1/2(b*h) 24*8=1/2(16*8) therefore 24inches will be the answer 3 There is a 12*6 grid.(consider .3)(4.7.3)(5.3)(3.grid contains 1*1 squares.6)Sum of the digits are= 5. 10 comes 3times. a) Rahul b) Ravi c) Rajesh d) Rohan Rahul has chosen 7..1)(4. The length and width of rectangle model are 24 inches and 8 inches respectively..9 (4.3)(1.9.6)Sum of the digits are= 4.10 (5. the concerned person will get the chocolate.9.5)(1.5)(3.4)(2.12... how many semi hemispheres of B volume each will be required to transfer all the A in to semi hemispheres? ans is A/B.

e no three points in P lie on a line) is a)3 b)5 c) 2 d)1 The meaning of this question is little complicated. The minimum value of n1(P) over all configurations P of 5 points in the plane in general position(. . Of cubes to make it hollow of same shape. so out of 90 kms.2*2. he length and breadth of a field is 300x400ft. ratio = (√3/4* a^2)/(2* a^2) answer = √3/8 5 Given a collection of points P in the plane. they start to move each other simultaneously. To make the 5*5*5 hollow.i.e. .=50!=? 3. a 1-set is a point in P that can be separated from the rest by a line.3*3. In easy language the question should be: 6 There are some points in the plane.4*4. We have to make a separation between these points by forming a line in such a way that one point could be separate from the others.. 3*3*3 cubes (i. 1) if 3y + x > 2 and x + 2y let 3y+x=2 y+2y+x=2 2y+x=2-y(ans) 3y > 2 -x 2y > 4/3 .bottom.1*1.back. 27 cubes would be removed.. diagonal of square is 2a therefore sides of square will be √2*a and area of square = 2 a^2 hence. remaining 125-27=98.top.how many gloves of same colour. the inner cubic part must be removed.Lady has 25 blues. 5-2*5-2*5-2) would have to be removed to make it hollow with the shape retained.left and right ! Since the 5*5*5 is made up of 1*1*1 cubes. 7 red. (max + min + 2) = 25 + 9 +2=36 1!+2!+. No 3 points are in a line.find the approximate number of ants in field as 300 ft=3600 inch and 400 ft=4800 inch.9 yellow gloves and hats. Tim at speed 10 and Elan 5kmph.find no. Tim will travel 60 kms and Elan will travel 30 mtrs. therefore area= √3/4 * a^2 now.6*6 size squares as well)..e the point lies on one side of the line while the others lie on the other side.10350532 Ã— 10^64 Anita make cube with dimension 5*5*5 using 1*1*1 cubes.if there are 3 ants on average per square inch of field. Maximum no of methods for plotting the line and minimum no of methods for plotting the line will be . This would constitute one cube each from front. The number of 1-sets of P is denoted by n1(P).2x/3 x+2y > 4/3 + x/3 x + 2y > 1/3(4 + x) 4 Tim and Elan are 90 km from each other.i.. if every hour they double their speed what is the distance that Tim will pass until he meet Elan? Tim and Elan will cover the distance in ratio of 2: 1 in same time.then area in sqr inch=17280000 1 sqr inch need 3 ant hence 17280000 sqr inch need 3*17280000 ants.5*5.diagonal of a square is double the side of an equilateral triangle find the ratio of area of triangle to area of square let sides of equilateral triangle be 'a'.

the diameter of the conins should be at least 64 mm and not exceed 512 mm. A(1)=1.1. A(5)=A(4)-A(3)=-1-0=-1.0.1.1. In a sequence of integers.0. how many coins can you desing 1st coin=64cm 2nd "=64+32(50% of 64)=96cm . Calculate S(1000).. now we have to find sum of 1000 terms. the rupee notes are cubical in shape while their conis are spherical. For minimize: The number of methods we should draw 3 points in a TRIANGLE and all other point inside this triangle in such a way that no 3 points could be in a line. however the coni minting machinery lays out some stipulations on the size of the coins. the diameter of the coin must allways be an integer you are asked to disign a set of coins of different diameters with these requirements and your goal is to desing as many coins as possible.where A(n) is the nth term in the sequence. A(6)=A(5)-A(4)=-1-(-1)=0. given a conin the diameter of the next larger coin is at least 50% greater . similarliy.(as consider 1.-1.(arrangement of points is your choice) Now Answer Is: For Maximize: The number of methods. If it will be allowed to draw the points in a line then minimum possibilities will be 2 only.e 166*6=996 terms) so the sum of first 996 terms is 0.A(2)=1...after that 4 terms come i. Points should be drawn in the circumference of the CIRCLE So answer would be the number of total point in the plane. n is an integer and n>=3..A(4)=A(3)-A(2)=0-1=-1.-1.-1..how many such functions with degree >2 exist does not exist. 7 planet four firesides in 4-dimensional space and thus the currency used by it's residentds are 3dimensional objects.0 as one sequence... after 6th term seq is repeating like. because if we take all points in a line then you can separate only the corner points from the others.-1.after every 6 terms so the sum of these 6 terms are 1+1+0+(-1)+(-1)+0=0..... sum of first 600 terms is 0. Min = 3 for 19 max= 19 Min = 3 f(x)=f(f(x))=f(x^2).A(2)=1. A(3)=A(2)-A(1) acc to the given formula A(n)=A(n-1)-A(n-2) A(3)=1-1=0. A(n)=A(n-1)-A(n-2).0..now consider 166 seq i... For example If we have 10 points then maximum possibilities = 10 and minimum = 3 similarly for 5 points Max = 5.e 1. check it now A(1)=1.1.0.-1 so the sum of last 4 terms = 1+1+0+(-1)=1... where S(1000) is the sum of first 1000 terms.

6...what is the sum of the same of the base 7 numbers 1234 and 6543 in base 7? 11110 1234 6543 ------11110 which is 7^4+7^3+7^2+7= 2401+343 +49+7= 2800 11 There are 20 balls which are red.. C and 2 Girls D.*49^49?? total zeros at the end of product 5^5 x 10^10 x 15^15 x 20^20 x 25^25 x 30^30 x 35^35 x 40^40 x 45^45 will be 5+10+15+20+50+30+35+40+45 = 250 zeros . atmost there can be 5 red balls so that sum of green and red can be less than 13 (7+5=12) 3y+x>2 and x+2y-1 y the ans is y>1.. B.. C always sits in the extreme positions. Who is sitting immediate right to E? ns is either B or C POSSIBLE WAYS TO SIT 1) B/C D A E C/B 2) A E B D C 9 What is reminder when 6^17+17^6 is devided by 7? (7-1)^17 + (7*2+3)^6 binomial theorem -1+3^6=728 728%7=0 (40*40* 40-31*31*31)/(40*40+40*31+31*31)=?a simle calcutation (a^3-b^3)/(a^2+ab+b^2) a-b 40-31=9 10 In base 7. Girls never sit in extreme positions and in the middle position..1.similarly 3rd=96+48=144 4th=144+72=216 5th=216+108=324 6th=324+112=436 7th not possible ans is 6 8 There are 3 boys A. E.atmost how many red balls are there 5.If 7 balls are green and the sum of red balls and green balls is less than 13..a number is written only using the digits 0.the number 135 in base 7 is 1x7^2+3x7+5=75 in base 10..blue or green. E always sit right to A. explanation: x+2y-1=0 so x+2y=1 now 3y+x>2 given we can write in this way x+2y+y>2 then putting x+2y=1 we get 1+y>2 =>y>2-1=>y>1 12 Find the no of zeros in the product of 1^1*2^2*3^3*.

The no.X3.+2*98+2*99 = 2+(2*1+2*2+2*3+.55 ) we got 1 no of zero from each.13 n! has 13 zeros than wat is the higest and lowest value of n?? Here we have to consider only the 5. collected by K was: (1) 16 (2) 27 (3) 25 (4) 36 3.15..X2. so 55! is the smallest value and 59! is the largest value.and m=14 or 34 so j=27 .. 5: Refer the data: J. Now from 25(5*5) and 50(5*5*2) we got 2 no of zeroes form each.20. collected by J was the square of an integer.. J+L+N=K+M so the sum of J+L+N=K+M=50 l=3^2+3=12 so J=3^3=27 n=50-27-12=11 now k is either square or cube so possibilty are 36 or 16. They collected a total of 100 stamps. M and N collected stamps.. FINDMINIMUM ELEMENTS IN EACH GROUP...40.. What is the value of A(100).X3. The sequence {A(n)} is defined by A(1)=2 and A(n+1)=A(n)+2n. so upto 55 factorial we get (9+4)= 13 zeroes...X2.X1. K... (iv) Total no. collected by K was either the square or cube of an integer.30. 1. (ii) L collected 3 more than the cube of an integer (iii) The no. collected by J was: (1) 27 (2) 49 (3) 36 (4) 64 2.B COMMON TO ALL THREE.45.. so form (5. No two among them collected the same number.. None of them collected less than 10.. L. The difference of numbers collected by L & M was: (1) 3 (2) 2 (3) 5 (4) 9 in the question the number collected by J should be cube of the integer and l should collect 3 more than square of integer.10. The sequence {A(n)} is defined by A(1)=2 and A(n+1)=A(n)+2n.+98+99) = 2+2(sum of the first 99 natural numbers) = 2+2(99*100/2) [sum of the first n natural numbers={n*(n+1)/2}] = 2+9900 = 9902 14 A.. The no. The value of A(100)=A(99+1)=A(99)+2*99 =A(98)+2*98+2*99 =A(97)+2*97+2*98+2*99 A(100)=A(1)+2*1+2*2+2*3+.10.. these terms.20. 15 Directions for Q. ANSWER IS 4.. 1 to Q.+2*98+2*99) = 2+2(1+2+3+.15.35.. THEN ATLEAST 1 ELEMNT COMMON TO 2 IE X1. (i) 3 collected the same number as K and M together.

so. $33 1/3 B.300 on petrol then what is the expenditure on house rent? let the income x.n) = m to the power n= m^n exp(10. What must be the price of X? A.now value for k can come after solving question 3 m-l=14-12=2 or 34-12=22 so there is 2 in option so value of m is 14 and k=36. after 2 years the ratio of their ages becomes 5:7.44 4/9 D. the sum of their ages is 77. x=2 hence age of a person 6(2)=12 hence another person ages is 8(2)=16 answer is 12. 16 Bhanu spends 30% of his income on petrol on scooter. wat is their present age? The ratio of two people be 6x and 8x sum of their ages is 6x+8y=77 after 2 yrs. n=25 so min integer values of m and n are 2 and 25 respectively. If exp(10. 44 4/9 cost price= 24*X $.. After a while one third of stock got spoiled so he sold the rest for $200 per kg and made a total profit of twice the cost. FIND DAUGHTERS AGE.50 1/3 ns: C. spoiled= 24*1/3=8 kg.now 3x/10=300.4 OF DAUGHTER.. 2) = n*2^2 = 4*n 10^m =4*n when m=2. ? of the remaining on house rent and the balance on food.1 I=0.so in petrol he spends 3x/10 rs. (6x+2)/(8x+2)=5/7 on cross multiplying this. Let exp(m. m) = n exp(2..Equ.4D M=D+0. 2) where to and n are integers then n = exp(m. If he spends Rs. AND INFANT AGE IS 0. (3200-24*X)= 2*24*X. M+D+I = 74 .16 MOTHER +DAUGHTER+INFANT AGE IS 74. now total amount= (24-8)=16 kg selling price= 16*200$ =3200$ profit= (3200-24*X) profit=2* cost .4D+46 ..on house rent he spends rs 700-balane.remaining x-3x/10=7x/10 on house rent and balance on.so x=1000... MOTHER AGE IS 46 MORE THEN DAUGHTER AND INFANT. m) = n exp(2. A Grocer bought 24 kg coffee beans at price X per kg.ratio is 5:7. 66 2/3 C..n) = m to the power n. x=44 4/9 17 The age of two people is in the ratio 6:8.

.M=1.width 3cm.03 = 7000 Volume of hollow cube= (5-2)(6-2)(7-2) No of cubes needed = (5-2)(6-2)(7-2)/0. . number of cubes to be removed = 7000 . now we have only 10*3*3=90.4D+46 put in equ 1 1.the dress is kept in dark room ..6m & 7m from small cubes of . ..8 D=10.What is the number of cubes to be removed a)2000 b)5000 c)3000 d)7000 Volume of the cuboid= 5*6*7 No of cubes needed = (5*6*7)/0.03= 2000 So. 19!*18bcoz along with mr and mrs smith can be arranged in 19!*2 (2 bcoz of mr and mrs smith arrangement) all together can be arranged in 20! ways so no mr and mrs smith can be arranged in 20!19!*2 =19!*18 Is this solution Helpfull? Yes (8) | No (2) viresh (4 Day ago) 20!-(19!*2) total possibility minus they will be together A father purchases dress for his three daughter. a dosesnot choose his dress 2/3 b dosesnot choose his dress 1/2 c dosesnot choose his dress 1 total 1/3 17 Leena cuts small cubes of 3 cubic cm each.03m^3. the liquids in both the vessels be mixed to obtain a new mixture in vessel C containing half milk and half water? let c. so total is 18*19!. after 12 minutes an outlet pipe 'B' is opened which can empty the tank in 30 minutes.4D=74 as I=0..p.. 16 Mr and mrs smith had invited 9 of their friend and their spouses for party at wiki beachresort.. of 1liter milk is 1RS.4D 2. 18 Q:.. In what ratio...03 = (3*4*5)/0.the stand for group photograph if mr smith never stand next to mrs smith then how many way group arrange in row(A)20!(B)19!+18!(C)18*19!(D)2*19! simplest.8D=74-46 D=28/2..4D+46+D+0.Then it takes some cubes less.. The dresses are of same color but of different size .What is the probability that all the three will not choose their own dress.Later he realized that he can make some cuboids by making it hollow.so the more cube we need are 1000-90=910. and depth 3 cm.A boy wants to make cuboids of dimension 5m. To make cube we need 10*10*10=1000.2000 = 5000 19 An empty tankbe filled with aninlet pipe 'A' in 42 minutes. ans is 18*19! method .She joined it to make a cuboid of length 10 cm. After 6 minutes another inlet pipe 'C' opened into the same tank.How many more cubes does she need to make a perfect cube? a)910 b)250 c)750 d)650 ns is a)910. which can fill the tank in 35 minutes and the tank is filled find the time taken to fill the tank? he milk and water in two vessels A and B are in the ratio 4 : 3 and 2: 3 respectively.: mr and mrs smith never b together so out of 20(with both them) 19 can b any place so total = 19! also 1 of them can stand with other so 18 places /.

[(100/120)*7. 8 per kg must be mixed with 86 kg of rice costing Rs.. (540 p) Mean price ( 600 p) 60 200 Wheat of 1st kind: Wheat of 2nd kind = 60 : 200 = 3 : 10.10 2/3 a litre ? x=(sin nx/n)=? x=(sin nx/n) so. of wheat costing Rs.20 per kg ? Sol. Then. 7. 7.20. By the rule of alligation.40 per kg so that 20% gain may be obtained by Belling the mixture at Rs. of wheat costing Rs.Gain = 20%. we have: C_P.P. 3 : 10 = x : 36 or lOx = 3 * 36 or x = 10. Let x kg of wheat of 1st kind be mixed with 36 kg of wheat of 2nd kind. 4/7 2/5 1/2 1/10 1/14 so ratio is 14/10 =7/5 20 How many kgs. of 1 kg mixture = Rs. 8 per kg must be mixed with 86 kg of rice costing Rs.How many kgs. of 1 kg mixture = Rs.40 per kg so that 20% gain may be obtained by Belling the mixture at Rs. of 1 kg wheat of 2nd kind (800p) .8 kg.P. of 1 kg wheat of 1st kind C. 6. . S. 7.20 per kg ? Ex. milk in finle mixer is 1/2 now from mixure formula. 2 So as to have a mixture worth Rs. ? C. nx=sin nx sin is one to one function and there is only one case for φ=0 where sinφ=φ so nx=0 so x=0 (n!=0) ans will be 0 .P. 4. 6. 6.now milk in 1st mixer is 4/7 and in 2nd mixure is 2/5. 21 In what ratio must water be mixed with milk to gain 20 % by selling the mixture at cost price? let the sp op 1 l mix is =re 1 cp =(100/120)*1=5/6 cp of one let.20]=Rs. water =0 so ratio=1-(5/6)/(5/6)-0=1/5 so required ratio =1:5 How much water must be added to 60 litres of milk at 1 Â½ litres for Rs.

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