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1.(C) Andhra Pradesh is called 'Rice bowl of India'.

Similarly, Mumbai is called 'Manchester of

India'.

2.(D) Calcium is found in milk. Similarly, protein

is found is pules.

3.(A) 36 : 144

::

576 :

+1

21.(C)

(24)2

4.(D) 55

26

::

(48)2

4

(3)3

14.(C)

15.(A)

+1

+1

(C)

17.(A)

18.(B)

19.(B)

20.(C)

E

+1

+1

+1

+1

C G

+4

-3

N

+5

G

+1

+1

F

+5

L Q

-2

: 34

5+4

20

11

427

(4-1)

19

35

+16

+8

2

+1

24.(B)

242

67

+32

+1

+1

+1

+1

: 96

5-4

+5

(D)

N

-2

(B) D

+5

(D)

(B)

(D)

+5

12

J

-2

-2

L

+5

-2

R W

-2

+5

: 64

5+4

09

: 49

5+4

barber does not make any new thing.

(A) 62 - 37 = 25

(B) 74 - 40 = 24

(C) 85 - 60 = 25

(D) 103 - 78 =25

+1

+1

393

4164

5255

digits.

25.(A)

26.(A)

27.(C)

28.(A) 5293723924137265412463287

(C) C

T

+2

B

+2

J

+2

K

+2

T

+2

Z

+2

+2

+2

R

+3

X

+2

+2

+2

O

+2

V

+2

+2

+2

(D) M

30. (A)

(A)

107

(4-1)

+4

+2

U S Q O

Z X V T

(A) -2 -2 -2

(B)

-2

-2

-2

(C)

16.(C)

+1

+1

(A) A

7

2

(B) Z

(C)

27

(4-1)

+2

+1

+1

29.(D)(A) P

(43 + 1)

B D A C : F H E G :: N P M O : R T Q S

11.(B)

12.(D)

13.(B)

DJP

+1

( 1 3+1)

(2)3 (33 + 1)

+1

CIO

+1

(4-1)

23.(D)

5.(C)

6.(C) The addition of the digits 11529 = 1 + 1 + 5

+ 2 + 9 = 18, 72135 = 7 + 2 + 1 + 3 + 5 =18

and 152943 = 1 + 5 + 2 + 9 + 4 + 3 = 24.

Similarly, the addition of the digits 213549

will be = 2 + 1 + 3 + 5 + 4 + 9 = 24

7.(D) 8 : 28 : :

27 :

65

8.(B)

9.(C)

10.(D)

::

BHN

+1

2304

13

( 5 5+1)

AGM

+1

22.(B)

(6)2 (12)2

+1

+1

M

+2

V

+2

X

+2

5

2

1

Parasite Parasitic

3

4

3

5

1

2

Editing Pr eview Screening

4

6

7

32.(A)

According to Ist statment,

According to Age,

Fatima > Banu> Anehu .......... (i)

Again,

According to 2nd statement,

Anehu

= 2 Daina

2

According to Age,

Anehu > Caroline > Daina..........(ii)

So, From (i) and (ii)

we get,

The oldest person is Fatima & the

All others have '=' sign too.

youngest person is Daina

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33.(D) ef/ee f f/eee f ff/e ee e/f f ff

50.(C) The numerical groups of the given word34.(B) c a/cca a/ccca a a/ cccc/ a aaa

H- 03, 10, 22, 34, 41

35.(D) We do not know the nature of the year

E- 00, 12, 24, 31, 43

whether it is leap year or not. So we can

N- 57, 69, 76, 88, 95

not get the answer.

51. (B) Given that,

13 + 23 +.......... + 93 = 2025

36.(C)

opp

opp

opp

Now,

0.113 + 0.223 + 0.333 +..... + 0.993

A B Z Y G H T S M N N M

opp

= (0.113 13) +(0.113 23) + (0.113 33) +

opp

opp

.... + (0.113 93)

37.(A) Total strength of the class = (31+ 11-1) + 3

= 0.113 2025

(Not appeared) + 1 (failed)

= 0.001331 2025

= 2.695

= 31 + 10 + 3 +1 = 45

52.(C) The required greatest number

= HCF of (2400 6) & (1810 4)

38.(B) P O R R I D G E E G P O D I R R

8 7 1 2 6 5 4 3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

= HCF of 2394 & 1806

= 42

Option (C)

Similarly,

53.(B) Given that,

P R E S T I G E E G P R I T S E

MP of the article = Rs. 275

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

8 7 1 2 6 5 4 3

& Discount allowed by the shopkeeper = 5%

SP of the article = (100 5)% of Rs. 275

39.(A)

In 1 hour distance = 25 + 35 = 60 kms

60

in 15 minutes distance =

= 15 kms

4

40.(C)

95

275

100

26125

= 261.25

100

net profit = 4.5%

SP = (100% + 4.5% ) of CP

104.5% of CP = Rs. 261.25

261.25 100

CP =

104.5

41.(C)

42.(A)

43.(A)

44.(D)

Right C

45.(C)

47.(C)

46.(C)

D

B

C

E

H

diagram- ABC, ACE, AEH, EFH , FGH, ABE,

ACH, EGH, ADF, CDH, AFH, ABH, ADH and

AGH.

48.(B) 10

3/2

15

30

2

45

3/2

90

2

26125

= Rs. 250

104.5

Shortcut :

ATQ, we will get

CP (100 + 4.5)% = SP = (100 5)% MP

CP 104.5 = MP 95

CP =

49.(D)

MP 95 275 95

=

= Rs. 250.

104.5

104.5

= 3467 34 1333 13

+

9900

9900

3433 + 1320 4753

=

=

= 0.48

9900

9900

55.(C) Let,

x = days taken by B alone to complete the work.

So, Number of days taken by A alone

= (x 60) days

....... (i)

Also,

A is thrice as fast as B

Days taken by A alone to complete the

1

days taken by B alone to

3

complete the work ........ (ii)

from (i) and (ii) we get,

work =

1

x

3

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= 10

: 12

: 15

3x 180 = x

60.(B) Let Ist part = x

2x = 180

x = 90 days

also,

So, 2nd part = 94 x

(x 60) days = 30 days

1

1

Therefore,

ATQ,

of x : of (94 x) = 3 : 4

Time required to compelte the work by

5

8

(A + B) together =

=

90 30

90 + 30

2700

= 22.5 days

120

Alternative method:

A:B

Ratio of efficiencey = 3 : 1

Ratio of time taken = 1 : 3 (diff. = 2)

Acutal difference given = 60 days

= 2 30 days

So, Actual time taken by A and B in days

(3 30) days

(1 30)days

= 30 days

= 90 days

So,

Time taken by A & B together to do the

work

30 90

2700

days =

days

30 + 90

120

= 22.5 days

56.(A) As per rule,

(an + bn) is divisible by (a + b) when n is odd.

(1737 + 2937) is divisible by (17 + 29)

i.e. 46

(1737 + 2937) will also be divisible by each

and every factor of 46(i.e.by 1, 2 and 23

also)

(1737 + 2937) is also divisible by 23

Remainder = 0

57. (B) Each angle of a regular polygon

3

= 2 90

5

(2n 4) 90

n

= 108

180n 360 = 108 n

72n = 360

360

n =

=5

72

58.(C) R =

S .I . 100

,

P T

252 100 4

=

1600 9

252 100 4

= 7%

1600 9

3

yrs

12

1

9

= 2 yrs = yrs

4

4

= 2yrs

30 A = 25 B = 20 C

6A = 5 B = 4 C = K (let)

So, A

: B

:C

=

=

K

K

:

:

6

5

K

K

60 :

60 :

6

5

K

4

K

60

4

x 94 x 3

/

=

5

8

4

8x

3

=

5(94 x ) 4

32x = 5 3 (94 x)

32x = 5 3 94 - 15x

47x = 5 3 94

5 3 94

x=

= 30

47

61.(C) Average age of all the boys.

Sum of the ages of all the boys

=

Total number of boys

=

=

(20 + 5 )

25

25

= 11 years

62.(B) Let CP of the article = Rs. x

ATQ,

(SP at 25% of profit) (SP at 20% profit)

= Rs. 10

125x 120x

= 10

100

100

5x

100 = 10

10 100

= Rs. 200

x=

5

63.

= 10% of 40 litres = 4 litres

Now,

Let x litre water is mixed in the mixture

to make the water 20% in the new

mixture.

Now, Amount of new mixture = (40 + x) litre

and amount of water in the new

mixture = (4 + x) litre

20% of (40 + x) = (4 + x)

20

100 of (40 + x) = (4 + x)

(40 + x )

= (4 + x)

5

40 + x = 20 + 5x

40x = 20

x = 5 litre

Total distance travelled

64.(B) Average speed =

Total time taken

(6 + 6 + 6 + 6)km

6

6

7

6

=

+

+

+

hrs

25

50

75

150

24

24 150

= 72

km/hrs =

km/hr

72

150

= 50 km/hrs

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65.(C) Let B invests Rs. x

216 2

then, A invests Rs. 3x

r h r 2h

=

125

Let B invests for y year

then, A invests for 2y years

216 125 2

91 2

r h =

Ratio of their investment

r h

=

125

125

= 3x 2y : x y = 6xy : xy

So,

=6:1

% increase in volume =

Also,

As we know that,

change in volume

= original volume 100 %

Profit got by A = 6 Rs. 4000

91 2

r h 100

= Rs. 24000

364 %

125

=

=

Total profit = Rs. 4000 + Rs. 24000

5

r 2h

= 28000.

=

72.8%

66.(D) If x + y + z = 0

Shortcut:

then x3 + y3 + z3 3xyz = 0

Percentage increase in volume

3

3

3

x + y + z = 3xyz

= (1.2 1.2 1.2 1) 100%

Now,

(r)

(r)

( h)

(a b) + (b c) + (c a) = a b + b c + c a

=

0.728

100

%

=0

= 72.8 %

(a b)3 + (b c)3 + (c a)3 = 3(a b)(b c) (c a)

So,

1

1

70.(A) BAD = BOD = 110 = 55

3

3

3

2

2

(a b ) (b c ) (c a )

Now, ABCD is a cyclic quadilateral)

(a b )(b c )(c a )

So,

BAD + BCD = 180

3(a b )(b c )(c a )

= (a b )(b c )(c a ) = 3

71.(A) Given,

x 1y . y 1z z 1x

67.(A)

x = 180 55 = 125

x (1 1 ) .y (1 1 ) .z (1 1 )

x+

=

x .y .z = 1 1 1 = 1 = 1

68.(B) Let the population 2 yrs ago be x.

110 90

Then, 29,700 = x

100 100

29700 100

x=

= 30,000

11 9

69. (D) Let, the original radius = r

and the original height = h

So, the original volume = r 2h

Now, the new radius =

120

6

r = r

100

5

120

6

h = h

and the new height =

100

5

2

120 120

r

h

100 100

=

36 2 6

r h

25

5

216 2

r h

=

125

So,Change in the volume

= New volume Original volume

1

=1

y

1 y 1

=

y

y

x = 1

1

y

=

x y 1

Also, y +

1

=1

z

z =1 y

z=

1

1 y

So,

z+

1

1

1

y

=

+

x 1 y y 1

1 y

y

1 y

=

=1

1 y 1 y

72.(B) a + b + c = 0

a+b=c

On squaring both sides

(a + b )2 = ( c )2

a 2 + b 2 + 2ab = c 2

a 2 + b 2 c 2 = 2ab

b 2 + c 2 a 2 = 2bc

c 2 a 2 b2 2ca

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Now,

2

AG = 18 = 12 cm

1

1

1

b2 + c 2 a 2

c 2 + a 2 b2

a2 + b2 c 2

1

1

1

+

+

2bc 2ca 2ab

a b c

0

=

=0

2abc 2abc

n

P

73.(B) CI = P 1 +

100

4

102 4

2

10000

1

+

1

10000

1

=

=

100

100

51 51 51 51

1

= 10000

6250000

m

10c

Shortcut:

h

2

h

new volume

4r 2

2 2=2:1

=

previous volume

r 2h

1

75.(C)

330 Km

9:00 AM

9:00 AM

270 Km

A 60 km

B

Distance between A & B at 9 AM

= 330 60 = 270 km

Relative speed of A & B

= (60 + 75) km/h = 135 km/h

D

270

Two trains meet at = 9 : 00 AM + 2 hrs

= 11 : 00 AM

76.(B) A centroid divides each median in the ratio

of 2 : 1

AG : GD = 2 : 1

AG 2

=

AD 3

AG 2

=

18

3

O

M

10cm

CI = 10000[(1.02)4 1]

= 10000(1.082432 1)

= Rs. 824.32

8:00 Am

1

1

AC = 5 = 2.5 cm

2

2

chord, bisects the chord]

5152010000

=

= ` 824.32

6250000

B 4cm C

AC2 = AB2 + BC2

= 32 + 42

= 25 cm2

AC = 5 cm

Circumcentre is the mid-point of AC

Orthocentre is the vertex - B.

Distance betwe en orth oce ntre &

circumcentre = BD

=

6765201 6250000

= 10000

6250000

2

New volume = (2r )

5cm

D

3cm

1 1

1

1

+

+

=

2 ab bc ca

74.

A

AB = 16 cm

AM = 8 cm

CD = 12 cm

CN = 6 cm

= 100 64 = 36 cm2

OM = 6 cm

ON2 = OC2 CN2

=102 62 = 100 36

= 64 cm2

ON = 8 cm

Distance between AB & CD

= ON OM = 8 6

= 2 cm

79. (C) (a, b) lies on the line x = 3y 7

a = 3b 7

............. (1)

(a + 3, b + k) lies on x = 3y 7

a + 3 = 3(b + k) 7

a = 3b + 3k 7 3 ............. (2)

from 1 and 2

3b 7 = 3b + 3k 10

3k = 7 + 10 = 3

k =1

80.(A) PQ+ QR = 3 + 5 = 8 cm

PQ + QR = PR

P, Q, R are collinear.

No circle is passing through P, Q, R

81.(C) Circumference of the wheel

= 2r = 2

22

1.75 m

7

Distance = 11 km = 11000 m

Distance

Number of rotations =

Circumference

11000

7 = 1000

=

2 2 2 1 .7 5

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82.(C) 2 sin2 + 3 cos2 = 2sin2 + 3(1 sin2 )

= 2 sin + 3 3 sin = 3 sin

maximum value of sin = 1

minimum value of (2sin2 + 3 cos 2 )

2

p

3

=

h

2

sin =

87.(A)

60

1

2

= LCM of 30 min, 60 min, 90 min & 105 min

1260

hrs = 21 hrs

60

So, required time =12 : 00 Noon + 21 hrs

= 9 : 00 AM

84.(B) Let the distance between two places be

k km

Speed downstream = (x + y) km/hr

Speed upstream = (x y) km/hr

= 1260 min =

AB = x 3 m = CD

In CDM ,

tan 30 =

1

CD

MD

3x

100 x

3x = 100 x

z (x 2 y 2 )

2x

x = 25 m

Height of each pole = 25 3 m

85.(C)

P

88.(A)

B

C

PR : RQ = 1 : 2

and PR = 2 cm

RQ = 4 cm

PQ = PR + RQ = 6 cm

PQ = 6 cm

PQ =

BC

B

C

OAD ~ OCB

AO DO

=

CO BO

1

tan +

tan = 2

1

tan

tan

P

3

tan2 + 1

=2

tan2 1

2 tan2 2 = tan2 + 1

x 2 8x + 15 9x + 57 = 0

x 2 17x + 72 = 0

(x 9)(x 8) = 0

b=1

x = 9, 8

sin135 + cos 120

sin135 cos120

89.(C)

sin(90 + 45) cos(90 + 30)

cos 45 sin30

cos 45 + sin 30

1

tan2 = 3

tan = 3 =

p

b

3

x 5

=

x 3 3x 19

9x 57 = x 2 8 x + 15

1

BC (By the mid point theorem)

2

= 2PQ = 2 6 =12 cm

tan + cot

=2

tan cot

3 O x-5

9

-1 x

x

-3

3

1 :2

86.(B)

(100 x )m

AB

x

3=

x y + x + y

k

=z

2

2

x y

k=

30

M

In ABM ,

AB

tan 60 =

BM

Then, ATQ x + y + x y = z

xm

1

2 2 2 2

(2 2 )2

4+22 2

=

1

1 2+ 2 =

=

+

42

42

2 2

so, h = p 2 + b 2 = 3 + 1 = 4 = 2

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= 12.5 + 27.5 + 30 = 70 thousand

62 2

=3 2

=

Total production of cream craker in yrs

2

2004 & 2006

90.(A) Greatest number

= 25 + 20 = 45 thousand

= HCF of (4665 1305), (6905 4665)

Difference

= 70 thousand - 45 thousand

= HCF of 3360, 2240

=

25

thousand

= 1120 = N

98.(A)

Total

production

in year 2003

Sum of digits = 1 + 1+ 2 + 0 = 4

= 30 + 12.5 + 22.5 = 65 thousand

91.(B) 250, 340, 430, 520

Total production in year 2005

= (25)10, (34)10, (43)10, (52)10

= (32)10, (81)10, (64)10, (25)10

= 22.5 + 27.5 + 35 = 85 thousand

Greatest number = (81)10 =340

Total production in year 2006

92.(B) Let the 3rd number = x

= 25 + 20 + 30 = 75 thousand

Total production in year 2007

70x

Ist number = 70% of x =

= 22.5 + 30 + 27.5 = 80 thousand

100

Minimum

production is in the year 2003.

63x

99.(A) Total production of biscuit in year 2003

2nd number = 63% of x =

100

= 30 + 12.5 + 22.5 = 65 thousand

7x

Total production of bisuits in year 2004

Difference =

100

= 30 + 25 + 20 = 75 thousand

2nd number is smaller than the first by

Total production of biscuits in 2005

= 22.5 + 27.5 + 35 = 85 thousand

7x

100

=

10%

Total

production of biscuits in year 2006

100

= 25 + 20 + 30 = 75 thousand

70x

Maximum production is in year 2005.

100

100.

(B)

Ratio in year 2003 = 30 : (30 + 12.5 + 22.5)

93.(C) Let the speed of the 2nd train = x km/h

= 30 : 65 = 6 : 13 = 0.46

5

10

Ratio in year 2004 = 30 : (30 + 25 + 20)

Then, (150 + 100) = (x + 30)

18

= 30 : 75 = 2 : 5 = 0.40

25

Ratio

in year 2006 = 25 : (25 + 20 + 30)

250 = (x + 30)

9

= 25 : 75 = 1 : 3 = 0.33

Ratio in year 2007 = 22.5 : (22.5 + 30 + 27.5)

250 9

30 = 60 km/h

x =

= 22.5 : 80 = 0.28

25

Maximum

ratio lies in year 2003.

94.(A) Tank filled by both the taps in 1 hour.

=

1 1 2+3

5

+ =

=

12 8

24

24

In

5

24

5

hrs, the part of the water tank filled

2

5 5 25

=

24 2 48

= 6(20)2

= 2400 sq. feet

So, the required cost to paint the outer

1

50

20

= Rs. 6000

96.(C) % decrease in number of glucose biscuit

= 2400

(30 22.5)

100 = 25%

30

in years 2003, 2005 & 2007

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C

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55.

56.

57.

58.

59.

60.

61.

62.

63.

64.

65.

66.

67.

68.

69.

70.

71.

72.

73.

74.

75.

B

C

B

A

C

A

B

C

D

B

C

B

C

B

C

D

A

B

D

A

A

B

B

A

C

76.

77.

78.

79.

80.

81.

82.

83.

84.

85.

86.

87.

88.

89.

90.

91.

92.

93.

94.

95.

96.

97.

98.

99.

100.

163(C); 'It stops' in place of 'it will stop'.

164(A); 'Enmity' in place of 'enemity'.

165(A); Remove 'the'.

166 (B); 'largest' in place of 'Larger'.

167 (C); 'Your service' in place of 'you'.

Corrections

Mock Test - 17

12.

75.

1

3

a

a

2

1

63

a 3

a

8

1

63

47

3

2

So, a 3 2

a

8

8

In question, read x 3 y 3 z 3 3xyz

3

78.

B

D

A

C

A

C

C

D

B

C

B

A

A

C

A

B

B

C

A

A

C

B

A

A

B

101.

102.

103.

104.

105.

106.

107.

108.

109.

110.

111.

112.

113.

114.

115.

116.

117.

118.

119.

120.

121.

122.

123.

124.

125.

C

D

C

C

C

C

D

B

A

A

B

D

C

B

D

A

D

C

A

C

A

C

A

C

C

126.

127.

128.

129.

130.

131.

132.

133.

134.

135.

136.

137.

138.

139.

140.

141.

142.

143.

144.

145.

146.

147.

148.

149.

150.

B

C

C

B

A

B

C

B

A

A

B

B

B

C

C

A

A

A

C

D

B

A

A

A

B

151. A

152.

153. A

154. D

155. B

156. C

157. B

158. A

159. B

160. D

161. B

162. C

163. C

164. A

165. A

166. B

167. C

168. A

169. C

170. B

171. C

172. B

173. A

174. B

175. C

176.

177.

178.

179.

180.

181.

182.

183.

184.

185.

186.

187.

188.

189.

190.

191.

192.

193.

194.

195.

196.

197.

198.

199.

200.

A

B

A

D

B

B

A

B

D

C

C

B

C

D

B

D

A

B

C

B

D

D

C

B

B

169 (C); 'this morning' is superfluous after 9am.

170 (B); 'heated' in place of 'baked' butter can't be

baked.

171 (C); 'among' in place of 'for'.

82.

93.

(C)

(A + B + C) in 2 days

1

1

1 1

work

= 2

10

12

15

2

Remaining work = 1

1 1

work

2 2

Now, B withdraw,

1

1 1

work

10 15 6

So, days required to do remaining work by

So now (A + C) in 1 day =

1

2 6

(A + C) = 1 2 = 3 days

6

as x 3 y 3 z 3 3xyz

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