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12(n – 2) are such cubes. (C) 35. (D) Given. hence in 3 days if will take 3 × 2 = 6 rounds. ELEPHANT AEEHLNPT 28. 2 5. 16 days after Tuesday falls on Thursday. (*) 37. 29. (C) Gender of P is female and P is wife of S's father's son. 26 + 62 + 51 + + + 8 6 8 44 + 31 + + Then + 8 4 R 868 R R 40 = 448 + 4 R Opp.C. (D) Hour hand takes two rounds in one day (24 hrs). (D) Ce nt re R Similarly. 3. Thus. Ph: 011-27607854. from the common number '5' on both the positions of the Dice as follows N E W 3 W E S If Geeta faces North then her left hand falls in West and shadow of Seeta falls in West. 31. No. So Seeta is facing South. (B) VIWZ Opp. 6. 36. 32. (C) B R I C R IYXR Opp. (C) 4th March 1980 (Tuesday) 15th March 1984 4th March 1980 4th March 1984 + 11 days = 4 × 365 + 1(day) + 11 days = 4 days + 1 day + 11 days = 16 days [ only one leap year 1984 is taken] Thus. (A) ou nt Co ac READ hi Opp. 26. = 12 × 2 = 24 Similarly. (D) Gender of S is not clear so answer in data inadequate. 34. answer option be (C). 33. Thus. of cubes which come from any edge ng Opp. (B) ra S Pa L R N G 2 5 5 6 3 1 Rotate the numbers A. 27. Opp. Opp. 1 The opposite of 2 is 1. Opp. 52 + 22 + 30 + + + 4 3 7 437 m=4 30. so P is sister-in-law of S. 5. finally Ravi is walking in North-East direction. (C) (N-E) 90ºN 30 m S W 60 m E S 138º Ravi 40 m m So.Centres at:MUKHERJEE NAGAR MUNIRKA UTTAM NAGAR DILSHAD GARDEN ROHINI BADARPUR BORDER JAIPUR GURGAON ============================================================= 25. And such cubes comes from edges thus. 08860-333-333 2 .W. STUDENT DENSTTU le tters of th e wo rd are writte n in alphabetical order. = 64 = 4 = n Now four faces not painted means only two faces painted cubes.

3×2<4÷6+3<2 After changing the signs 3+2–4>6÷3–2 5–4>2–2 1 > 0 (correct) be = 51. (A) All books are chairs. Opposite of B D Opposite of A F Opposite of E C Thus. 1. square represents such number. (D) B ng x yrs C T hi Present TC or B 21 19 Gopal Ram 30 Rank of Gopal from the top = 51 – 21 +1 = 30 Thus. (C) Given. No dog in hen. of diagonals of any polygon of n vertices n (n 3) 5(5 3 ) = = '5' 2 2 48. either conclusion-I or II follow. Data is inadequate to decide the answer. +25) = 65 ou nt Co ac = 32 – 12 = 20 B 47. 50. Set (24. dice in option 'A' is correct. +15) = 65 Thus. 42. (C) No lion in dog.Centres at:MUKHERJEE NAGAR MUNIRKA UTTAM NAGAR DILSHAD GARDEN ROHINI BADARPUR BORDER JAIPUR GURGAON ============================================================= 44. No. (D) According to questions B A B<A (not faster) A>B Pa ra m A runs faster or equal to B. 49. (D) Let son is x years old now (Son) (Father) at birth: 0 yrs x yrs T C or B T x+x = 2x yrs = 38 x=19 yrs 39. Set (75. × × 1 1 1 (Note single digit number is put as it is. rectangle. (C) Common part of circle. 29 people are ahead of Gopal 41. 08860-333-333 3 . 35. (B) 24 4 2 18 3 2 36 2 67 2 1 1 67 2 × = 67 2 34 34 Ph: 011-27607854. 1) Set (11. B C Ce nt re 38. (C) 50 40. 43. 15) × × 35 15 Thus. (D) Given. All books are tables. only conclusion-I follows. +32. (A) By the given figure. +16. 1st L D case:D H 2nd case:- L H D 3rd case:- L D 4th case:- (ii) × (iii) D L Thus. (D) According to question. Set (18. 45. (C) Given. (D) According to questions (+) denotes (×) (–) denotes (÷) (×) denotes (–) Then (8 + 4 – 1 × 12) (8 × 4 ÷ 1 – 12) = 8× 4 – 12 1 Thus.) 46.

(B) Quantity 58. for 1 year = 1 ×100 = 20% 5 61. C.H. b = 15 a – b = 26 – 15 a – b = 11 55.5 = ` 1 3720 3200 × 100 3750 % loss = Discount (20% ) = 140 × hi 53. 08860-333-333 4 .23 + 4.23)2 + (6.23)3 + 3 × 11× 4. (D)A = Share of B = A= 2 5 × 5 8 A= x 4 Profit of A 5 x 8 = = S. of days = 36 Amount = ` x 25 ou nt Co ac = 3 3 + 8 + 18+ 12 3 = 15 24 140 = 84 men.77)3 = (6. (B)Increase in expenses = 6.H.S. (C) Required number is a factor of (33767 .I.77 × 6. (C) Let cost price = ` 100 Marked price = ` 140 Ce nt re 52. 100 70 100 =20% Rate = P T = 350 1 Rate = 20% 2 r r 36 A = P 1 x =x 1 100 100 25 15n .30 = 13n 2n = 30 n = 15 Number of sides = 15 57.77 × 6. (D) (6.27908) = 5859 = 27 × 217 Required 3-digit number = 217 = x × 1455 4 x 5x x 4 8 x × 1455 4 2x 5x 8x 8 2x × 1455 15 x Profit of A = ` 194 Ph: 011-27607854.77)3 [ a3 + b3 + 3ab (a + b)= (a + b)] = (11. 40 m 2x 4 56.I. (C) (x + y) 3 = x3 + y 3 + 3x2y + 3xy2 112 100 × 100 = 12% 100 ng = 14 80 = ` 112 100 59.77)3 = (6. (A) Formula:Men employed initlally = extra men × No.I. 250 240 ` 3750 Quantity New SP 240 ` 3200 )× 15 Quantity SP 400) × 8 30 Percentage profit = 2 % 3 % Increase in the expense = 3 2 3 3 = 3 + (2)3 + 3 3 2 +3 3 (2) 2 3 + 26 a + b 3 = 26 + 15 3 On Comparing L.700 = ` 70 S.23 + (4.00)3 =1331 60.77) × 14.P.S. (D)Principal be ` x 54.23 + 4. (B) S.23 + (4.Centres at:MUKHERJEE NAGAR MUNIRKA UTTAM NAGAR DILSHAD GARDEN ROHINI BADARPUR BORDER JAIPUR GURGAON ============================================================= 16 New Quantity New C.B = C 5 8 Let the share of C = ` x 62.P. (D) × 190 = 180 – 24º (x = no. for 1year on ` 350 = 770 . of side) x ra n 2 56º = n 90 º2 n Pa 700 = ` 350 2 6 r 1 r = 1 = 5 100 5 100 r = 20% 2 5 B. and R. a = 26.

1 1 x = 3.2 100 67.Centres at:MUKHERJEE NAGAR MUNIRKA UTTAM NAGAR DILSHAD GARDEN ROHINI BADARPUR BORDER JAIPUR GURGAON ============================================================= 63.3 100 1. A = 5C A+ = 23 unit 29 B A 207 3 5 Ph: 011-27607854. 08860-333-333 5 .61 – 1 1 4 x + =1 18 18 24 7 7 ×x= 72 9 x = 8 days Shortcut:- 4 B 24 3 Workdone by A in last 4 days =4×4 = 16 Remaining work was done by A and B in = ou nt Co ac Speed of B = 72 16 = 8 days 43 400 m/s 17 64.76 = 0. (C) 3 0.3 × 0. (A) Let the number be x and x + 5 x2 + (x + 5)2 = 433 x2 + x2 + 25 + 10x = 433 2x2 + 10x + 25x = 433 2x2 + 10x – 408 = 0 x2 + 5x – 204 = 0 x2 + 17x – 12x – 204 = 0 x – 17 and x = 12 Sum of two positive number = x (x + 5) = 12 + (12 + 5) = 29 Greatest number = 1. 19 65. (C) A + B + C = 207 A = 3B.883 Where c1 and c2 are intercepts a & b are constants of x and y respectively 9 (14) = 2 2 (2) (5) 71.53 + 0.6+0. (D)Let A and B work for x days than. (A) The distance between = a b 2 210 Speed of the train = m/s 14 66.6 = 1.1 = = 1.3 21 68. (B) Let the length of the train be x m B is x speed of the train = m/s 14 m 270 x speed of the train = m/s 32 (When crosses bridge) Pa ra 270 x x = 32 14 270 × 7 = 9x x = 210 m 148877 + 1000 = 3 1 69.61 – ng 72 169 = 1. (C) x + x =9 2 1 x = 81 x x 1 =7 x x3 x3 x3 1 x 3 1 x3 1 x3 3. 0. (A)0.27 0.3 11.988 1.6 + Ce nt re 1 1 1 x + ×4=1 A B A 210 18 × = 54 km/hr.69 = hi A 18 36 0. 5 14 148877 148877 +3 1000000 1000000000 = 5.053 = 5.43 x x = 343 – 3 × 7 = 322 c1 c 2 70.59 7 21 1.x . (A) Speed of A = 400 m/s 19 1 Distance between A and B after 8 seconds 2 = 17 400 17 400 400 × – × = m 2 19 2 19 17 400 m behind than A.5 + 0.

EG = 14cm = EG = 14 cm x 30 = 60 x + 30 = y x = tan 45º x = y y 30 = x ( 3 – 1) x= = 23 11 8 4 = 23 11 2 4 4 3 1 3 1 × 3 1 3 1 Height of the building (AB) = 30 + 15 m ra Pa 23(23 12)(23 15)(23 19) 30 = 15 3 1 = 30 + 15 3 + 15 46 = 23 2 Area of triangle = (ii) x + 30 = 3 x = 45 + 15 3 S= = S (S a)(S b)(S c) (i) From eqn (i) & (ii) 2 14 196 = = 98 sq.cm. (A) Perimter 46 19 2S C y Let AD = x (height above tree) EC = height of the tree = 30 m BC = DE = y In ABC ou nt Co ac A 60º B hi 475. 08860-333-333 6 . (B) 30 30 ng 100 72.3304 H D G E B C F Internal figure EFGH is also a square since EG BC. B = 45.cm. (A) B= Ce nt re 23A = 207 15 A =135 x A 135 = = 45 3 3 45º D 135 = 27 3 A = 135. 2 Its area = 74. C = 27 Smallest number = 27 C= 2 100 100 49 x = ` 2. EG is the diagonal of square EFGH.Centres at:MUKHERJEE NAGAR MUNIRKA UTTAM NAGAR DILSHAD GARDEN ROHINI BADARPUR BORDER JAIPUR GURGAON ============================================================= 15A 5A 3A = 207 15 A 75. 2 2a =a+b+c = 12 + 15 + C = C =a+b+c 3y In ADE 1 Area of square EFGH = × (14)2 = 98 sq.60 = x × 73. (C) Principal = Difference Rate E y = 15 76. (B) 3 3 1 A 48º 46º O T C =4 23 11 2 =4 506 cm2 B Ph: 011-27607854.

2 = –15º (ii) cos2 1 + cos3 2 cos90º + cot (–45) 0–1 –1 82. (D) Average speed = x y = 2 30 50 80 = 37. 2) = 1 2 3 r h Volume of the cone = Vol. 84. 08860-333-333 7 .P.y) = 31 (x + y) 2x = 64y x = 32y Percentage of y with respect to x y y 25 1 100 = ×100= %= 3 % 32 y x 8 8 Pa = ra m Percentage Discount = cosec ( 1 .Centres at:MUKHERJEE NAGAR MUNIRKA UTTAM NAGAR DILSHAD GARDEN ROHINI BADARPUR BORDER JAIPUR GURGAON ============================================================= In ABC ABC + BAC + ACB = 180º BAC = 180º – (94º + 48º) BAC = 38º BOC = 2 BAC (the central angle is equal to twice the inscribed angle in a cricle) = 2 × 38 = 76º 77. 360 = 12 x (where n = no.P. 120 120 96 × 100 = 20% 120 79. of the cylin- 1 2 = 7 r 2 3 r h h = 21cm 3 1 . (A) Let each exterior angle = x Each inteior angle = 12xº + 24 xº + (12x + 24) = 180º 13x =156º x = 12º Then. (C) A() 25 2 50 A + B () 50 1 –1 B can empty the tank = 78.P. (D) 50 = 50 minutes 1 Let cost price =x Mark Price =x+x× 20 6 = x 100 5 6 24 x x 30 x 24 x 5 25 = × 100 = × 100 6 30 x x 5 = 20% Shortcut:- S. of sides) 360 = 30 12 85. 2 = 60º From (i) & (ii) 1 = 45º.(C) 33 (x . C. h 2 2 r 2h 3 Ph: 011-27607854. (B)3a + 11b = 63a + 21b – 106 = 60a b = -6a a b =–6 6 2 4 1 = = 6 2 8 2 2xy 83.8 km/hr. (D) cot ( 1 + 2) = 3 ng = CAT (Angles in the alternate = 48º) segment = CAT + ATC ( exterior angle = 48º + 46º = 94) property) hi ABC New cone = = 1 2 3 r h 1 h ×4r2 × 3 2 h r 2r . (C) Original cone = Volume of the cone = der 2 cosec ( 1 + 2) = cosec 60º 80. (C) Volume of the cylinder = r 2h = r 2 × 7 = 7 r 2 cm3 (i) 1 + 2 = 30º ou nt Co ac 4 24 Selling Price =x–x× = x 100 25 Percentage Discount cot ( 1 + 2) = cot 30º Ce nt re ACB 81. 96 100 M.

(C) x2 y2 hi new average = x sin 59º= ng = = 5 +4 4 21 4 94. (D) Let r1 and r2 be radii of two circles cosec 59º = r2120 º r1 90º = 180 º 180 º r1 : r2 = 4 : 3 92.Centres at:MUKHERJEE NAGAR MUNIRKA UTTAM NAGAR DILSHAD GARDEN ROHINI BADARPUR BORDER JAIPUR GURGAON ============================================================= 2r 2h New Volume 2 r h 3 = = =2:1 original Volume 1 2 1 2 r h r h 3 3 y sin 31º = 2 x y2 Ce nt re 2 y cos = (90º – 59) = 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 86. and x = 3 AB = 6. BC = 3 2 3 5 5 = sec A = 6 4 2 2 6 tan2 C = = 4 3 sec2 A + tan2 C 90. (A) Sum of numbers = nx sum of n number when 38 is subtracted from any 2 no. (C) In ABC. (B) 1 20 21 22 23 24 = 2 x y2 y cos 59º = 21 22 23 24 25 × × × × 20 21 22 23 24 2 x y2 y sin 59 = 1 – 2 2 x y 2 25 5 = 20 4 87. (x + 3)2 + x2 = 3 5 55º x 2 + y2 y 31º x 2 x2 + 9 + 6x + x2 = 45 2x2 + 6x – 36 = 0 x2 + 3x – 18 = 0 (x + 6) (x – 3) = 0 x = – 6. (C)x + 816492 × 816494 = A square number x + (816493 – 1) (816493 + 1) = square number x + (816493)2 – 1 = A square number Minimum value of x =1 sec2 A + tan2 C = Ph: 011-27607854. 08860-333-333 8 . ou nt Co ac n × (x – 19) = nx . (B) Milk 7 8 9 :Water : × 19 : 11 )× 11 : 10 )× 11 Milk 133 88 99 : Water : 76 : 121 : 110 88 133 99 34 11 Ratio 11 : 34 89.76 19x = 76 n =4 88. (A) Area of the square = 484 cm2 484 = 22 cm Perimetre of square = 22 × 4 = 88 cm Perimeter of square = Length of wire = Perimeter of circle ra m its side = Pa 88 Radius of circle = 2 = 14 cm Area of circle = (14)2 = 616 cm2. S = nx – 38 – 38 nx – 76 nx 76 n x2 y2 x 91. (A) f ( ) = cos3 + sin8 = cos3 + (1 – cos2 )4 f (0º) = 1+ (1 – 1)4 =1 [Maixmum value of cos2 =1] = 1 + 0 =1 93.

(C) 36 360 = 129. (D) Cost of leather = ` 16. 194 (A). 172 (C). Remove 'the' 158 (A). Improverish means 'to make poor' Ph: 011-27607854. To 'back out' means 'to withdraw' especially from a commitment. 'Enrich' means to 'make it rich' or 'improve'.g. 94 5) 169 (A). Hazardour means 'harmful.Centres at:MUKHERJEE NAGAR MUNIRKA UTTAM NAGAR DILSHAD GARDEN ROHINI BADARPUR BORDER JAIPUR GURGAON ============================================================= 95. 'Deplorable' means 'that is to be repented' (9 4 ( 4 594 8 :0 ) 193 (A). cost of fuel = A 16200 = ` 7. pop etc. 'Promiscuous' means 'not restricted to one class or person'.(D) Required percentage = ou nt Co ac hi DOE = –(135º – 90º + 90º + 360º) DOE = 45º DOE = BOE (vertically opposite angle) BOE = 45º = ` 5600 ng B 9800 × (16 – 8) 14 171 (D). 156 (B). (C) Sum of quadritateral ADOE = 360º 96. 198 (A). 195 (D). Change 'for' into 'on' 152 (B).200 Then. E. 154 (C). To 'hang around' means to 'pass time' or 'stay aimlessly 159 (A). 08860-333-333 9 . 'Gradient' means 'starting' (0+ < 572 60+ 59)5 173 (B). Word formed from the sound that it produces. Read option (A) as 'to have fun' Pa ra m 151 (B). Government run by civil servants or bureaucrats. 167 (C). Remove 'in joy'.6º 100 Ce nt re 97.buzz.(B) Required angle = (18 8 ) × 360º = 36º 100 36 ×100 18 = 200% 100. Absurd means ridiculous (1716=52 358.200 18 98. 'Beside herself' means in great excitement and joy. Remove 'the' 153 (A). Change 'the' into 'an' 155 (A).(D) Miscellaneous expenses = ` 9800 Difference between labour charges and 135º O expenses of fuel = C 99.

B CORRECTION OF MOCK TEST-68 Left P Right m 25. D 186. 16. 10. B 157. 2. A 195. A 118. C 127. D 101. 75. 57. D 79. 67. 11. 73. (*) 2. C 126. 63. A 189. D 163. 62. D 166. A 159. C 95. 60. C 193. B 139. C 97. D 111. (*) 264 108. (C) 116. D 196. 61. A 93. 54. A 90. D 129. C 142. C 106. 3. C 192. D 184. A 156. B 87. D 82. 40. 45. A 170. C 188. 19. A 125. 74. B 112. 23. 52. D 182. B 187. A 115. 6. 59. D 150. B 121. (C) 166. 68.If your opinion differs regarding any answer. D 141. 7. 13.Centres at:MUKHERJEE NAGAR MUNIRKA UTTAM NAGAR DILSHAD GARDEN ROHINI BADARPUR BORDER JAIPUR GURGAON ============================================================= 51. 69. B 178. 36. Ce nt re SSC MOCK TEST – 69 (ANSWER KEY) 151. D 119. B 83. C 200. C 162. B 144. 64. 12. B 109. C 94. B 176. D 84. C 116. C 81. 70. A 160. 55. (B/D) 69. 66. A 194. D 92. C 164. B 89. 08860-333-333 10 . 58. B 153. C 183. 39. D 124. C 110.B 138. 65. 4. B 77. 56. 15. B 140. C 177. D 134. (A) R Q 40 children Pa ra Between P and R = 12 students 45. 50. 53. 17. 31. D 172. 38. 37. 29. A 161. B 143. 47. D 146. C 133. 22. 48. C 114. A 132. 28. D 99. C 175. A 85. D 120. 32. please message the mock test and question number to 8860330003 Ph: 011-27607854. A 154. 35. D 158. C C A B C C C B C A C B D C C A B B A D D C A C B ou nt Co ac 1. 71. B 152. 9. B 131. 20. A 103. D ng B D C B D A C D C C * D D D D D D C A C D C A C C hi 26. 42. D 180. A 102. 33 34. C 123. 41. C 91. C 168. A 149. A 104. C 107. D 145. D 122. C 108. C 197. 5. B 191. (C) Note:. 27. B 167. B 100. 8. D 105. 43. C 117. D 98. 21. A 165. 72. C 179. C 173. C 80. C 171. C 96. 49. B 174.34 km/hr 95. A 130. C 135. C 78. A 148. 44. C 86. 30. B 198. B 169. C 147. 18. A 88. A 181. 25. 14. 46. 24. B 137. C 136. B 199. D 128. B 113. C 155. C 190. C 185. B C B C A D B C D B D D D A B C A A C A C C B A A 76.

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