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26. A man travelled a distance of 80 km in.

7 hrs partly on foot at the rate of 8Ian per

hour and partly on. bicycle at 16km per

hour. The distance travelled on the foot is

(A) 32 km (B) 48 km

(C) 36 Ian (D) 44 Ian

27. The frequency distribution data is given

below. If the average age is 17 years, the

value of m is

Age (in years) 8 20 26 29

, Number of people 32m 1

(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4

28. The average monthly expenditure of a

family for the first four months is~ 2570,

for the next three months ~ 2490 and for

the last five months ~ 3030. If the family

saves'~ 5320 during the whole year, the

average monthly income of the family

during the year is

(A) ~ 3000

(C) ~ 3200

(B) ~3185

(D) ~3580

29. After replacing an old member by a new

member, it was found that the average age

of five members of a club is the same as

it was 3 years ago. The difference between

the ages of the replaced and the new

member is

(A) 2 years

(C) 8 years

(B) 4 years

(D) 15 years

30. A. man spends ~ 1800 monthly Lon an

average for the first four months and

~ 20Q O monthly for the next eight months

and saves ~ 5600 a year. His average

,monthly incomeis

(A) ~ 2000

(C) ~ 2400

(B) ~ 2200

(D) ~ 2600

31. The arithmetic mean of the following

numbers

1,2,2,3,3,3,4,4,4,4,5,5,5,5,5,

6,6,6,6,6,6 and 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7 is .

(A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 14" (D) 20

32. The average of 6 numbers is 20. If one

number is removed, the average becomes

15. What is the number removed?

(A) 5 (B) 35 (C) 112 (D) 45

33. An itemcosting~200 is being soldat 10%

loss. If the price is further reduced by 5%,

the sellingprice will be

(A) ~ 170 (B) ~ 171

(C) ~ 175 (D) ~ 179

34. A shopkeeper buys 144 items at 90 paise

each. On the way 20 items arebroken. He

sells theremainder ate 120 each. His gain

per cent correct to oneplace of decimal is

(A) 138% (B) 146%

(C) 148% (D) 158%

35. There is a profit of 20% on the cost price

of an article. The % of profit, when

calculated on selling price is

(A) 16t% (B) 20%

(C) 33t % (D) None of these

, 36. By selling an article for ~ 102, there isa

loss of 15%, when the article is sold for

~ 13440, the net result in thetransaction is

(A) 12% gain (B) 12% loss

(C) 10% loss (D) 15% gain

37. Two toys are sold at ~504 each. One toy

brings 'the dealer a gain of 12% and the

other a loss of 4%. The gain or, loss per

cent by selling both the toys is

(A) 3{3 % profit (B) 41

5

3% profit

(C) 5/ 3%profit (D) 21 3 % loss .

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38. A sold a horse to B for ~ 4800, by losing

20%. B sells it to C at a price which would

have given A a profit of 15%. B's gain is

(A) ~ 1800 (B) ~'1900

,(C) ~ 2000 (D) ~2100

39. If each side of a cube is increased by 10%

the volume of the cube will increase by

," "

,(~~ 30% (B) 10%

(C) 331% (D) 25%

40. A reduction of 21% in the price of an item

enables a person to buy 3 kg more for

~ 100. The reduced price of item per kg is

(A) ~ 550 (B) ~ 750

(C) ~ 1050 ,(D) ~ 700

41. The number that is to be added to 10% of

320 to have the sum as 30% of 230 is

(A) 37' (B) 32, (C) 23 (D) 73

42. 'The strength' of a school increases and

decreases in every alternate year by 10%.

It started With 'increase in 2000. Then the

strength of the school in 2003 as compared

to that in 2000 was

(A) increased by 89%

'(B) decreased by 89%

, ,

(C) increased by 98%

(D) , decrea~:ed"by 98%

43. Two trains of equal length are running on

parallel J ines .in the same direction at the

, rate of 46kffi/hi and 36 km/hr. The faster

, 'ira~p~J d~~tl1e, sl<;~er train in 36 seconds.

The length of each train is

(A) 50: m (B) 72 m

(C) :8a~ (D) 82 m

44. A car driver leaves Bangalore at 830 A.M.

and expects to reach a place 300 km from

Bangalore at 1230 P.M. At 1030 he finds

that he has covered only 40% of the

distance. By how much he has to increase

the speed of the car, in order to keep up

his schedule?

(A) 45 km/hr (B) 40 km/hr

,(C) 35 km/hr (D) 30 km/hr

45. A train 300 m long is running with a speed

of 54 km/hr. In what time will it cross a

telephone 'pole?

(A) 20 see (B) 15 see

(C) 17 see (D) 18 see

46. A man is walking at a speed of lOkmph.

After, every km, he' takes a rest for 5 min.

How much time will he take to' cover a

distance of 5 km ?

(A) 60 min ' ' (B) 50 min

(C) 40 min , (D) 70 min '

,47. A man borrows money at 3% per annum

, Interest payable y~arly and lend it imme-

diately at 5% interest (compound) payable

half-yearly and thereby gains ~ 330 at the

end of the year. The sum borrowed is

, , (A) ~ 17000 (B) ~ 16500

(C) '~ 15000 ,(D) ~ 16000

48. Two years ago,the value of my motorbike

, was ~ 62500. If the value depreciates by

4% every,year, now its value is

(A) 't56700 (B) ~ 57600

(C) ~ 57500 CD) ~ 55700

49. If the, compound interest on asum fori years

at 121% p.a. is ~510, the simple interest on

the same sum at the same rate for the same

period of time is

(A) ~ 400

(C) ~ 460

(B) '~450

(D)' ~ 480

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61. A large solid sphere is melted and moulded

to form identical right circular cones with

base radius and height same as the radius

of the sphere. One of these cones. is

melted and moulded to forma smaller solid

sphere. Then the ratio of the surface area

of the smaller to the surface area of the

larger sphere is

(A) 1: 3

4

/

3

(B) 1: 23/2

{C) 1:32/3 (D) 1:24/3

.62. Two sides 'of a plot measuring 32 m and

24.m and the angle between them is a

perfect right angle. The other .two sides

measure 25 m each and the other three

angles are not right angles. The area of the

plot in m

2

is

(A) 768

(C) 6965

(B) 534

(D) 684

63. a and b are two sides adjacent to the right'

angle of aright-angled triangle andp is the

. perpendicular drawn:to thehypotenusefrom

the opposite vertex. Then p2 is equal to

a

2

b

2

(C) (D) a

2

-. b

2

. a

2

+b

2

64. A conical cup is filled with ice-cream. The

ice-cream forms a hemispherical' shape on

its open top. The height of the hemi-

spherical part is 7 ern. .Theradius of the

hemispherical part equals the height of the

cone. Then the volume of the ice-cream is

[ K = 2iJ

(A) 1078 cubic em (B) 1708cubic em

(C) 7108 cubic em (D) 7180 cubic cm

65. A is the centre of circle whose radius is 8

and B is the centre of a circle whose

diameter is 8. If these two circles touch

externally, then the area of the circle with .

diameter AB is . .

(A) 36 K

(C) 144 K

(B) 64 7r

(D) 256 K

66. If a

2

+b

2

+ C2 =ab +be + ae then thevalue

f

a+e .

a -- IS

b

(A) 0 (B) 2 (C) 1 (D)-1

67. If ab + be + ea =0 then the value of

(

1 1 . 1 ).

2 +2 +2 IS

a = bc b - ea . e - ab

(A) 0

(C) 3

(B) 1

(D) a+b+e

68. If (2+.J 3) a =(2-.J 3) b =1then thevalue

f

1 1..

a -+- IS

a b

(A) 1 ' (B) 2

(C) 2.J 3 (D) 4

69. If 3x+~ =1then x

3

+i -+ 1is

x x

(A) 0 (B) 2~ (C) i 7 (D) ~~

70. Thefactors of (~ + 4b

2

+ 4b - 4ab - 2a - 8)

are

(A) (a - 2b - 4) (a - 2b + 2)

(B) (a-b+2) (a-4b-4)

(C) (a + 2b - 4) (a + 2b + 2)

(D) (a + 2b - 1) (a -2b + 1)

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that black mark in the oval in the Answer Sheet,

and then blacken the oval of revised response ..

You are NOT required to mark your answers in this

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Out of the four words given below, three are alike in

some way and one is different. Find the ODD word:

(A) Girl

(B) Boy

(C) Woman

(D) Chair .

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