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MUKHERJ EE NAGAR MUNI RKA UT TAM NAGAR DI LS HAD GARDEN ROHI NI BADARPUR J AI PUR GURGAON NOI DA

1. (C)

¸

¹

·

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§

x

1

1 ¸

¹

·

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©

§

1

1

1

x

¸

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2

1

1

x

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¹

·

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3

1

1

x

¸

¹

·

¨

©

§

4

1

1

x

¸

¹

·

¨

©

§

5

1

1

x

=

x

x 1

×

1

2

x

x

×

2

3

x

x

×

3

4

x

x

×

4

5

x

x

×

5

6

x

x

=

x

x 6

2. (B) 243 = 13 × 18 + 7, 377 = 13 × 29

n = 29 – 18

= 11

3. (A) Let the number be = 119x + 31

= 17 × 7x + 17 + 14

= 17y + 14

So, when it was divided by 17 the remainder

will 14.

4. (A) Unit place of [(251)

98

+ (21)

29

– (106)

100

+

(705)

35

– (16)

4

+ 259]

= Unit place of [1 + 1 – 6 + 5 – 6 + 9]

= 4

5. (D)

2

5 7

5 7

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

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§

+

2

5 7

5 7

¸

¸

¹

·

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=

2

5 7

5 7

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

+

2

5 7

5 7

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

+ 2 – 2

=

2

5 7

5 7

5 7

5 7

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

– 2

=

2

2 2

2 2

) 5 ( ) 7 (

) 5 7 ( ) 5 7 (

»

»

¼

º

«

«

¬

ª

– 2

=

2

5 7

) 5 7 ( 2

»

¼

º

«

¬

ª

– 2

= 144 – 2

= 142

6. (C) Let cost price = Rs. 116.66

If persons gets a profit of Rs. 16.66 from this

so, ratio of spirit to water = 100 : 16.66

= 6 : 1

7. (A) ATQ,

Average weight of girls = 15 kg

SSC MAINS (MATHS) - 28 (SOLUTION)

8. (D) Selling price of milk = Rs.500

So,

The value milk in mixture =Rs.500 ×

5

4

= Rs. 400

Cost price of wine= Rs. 600

So, ratio of water to milk

= (600 – 400) : 400

= 1 : 2

9. (B) Let do and rabbit run for 15 minute.

So, distance travelled by dog

= 5 × 15 = 75 dog leap

So, distance travelled by rabbit

= 7 × 15 = 105 rabbit leap

= 21 × 5 = 63 dog leap

Speed of Dog : Speed of Rabbit

= 75 : 63 = 25 : 21

10. (B) A v

C

B

A = k

C

B

Case 1: 12 = k

2

6

k = 4

Case 2: A = k ×

C

B

= 4 ×

3

12

= 16

11. (B) Initially, ratio of mangoes of three basket

= 3 : 4 : 5

Finally, ratio of mangoes of three basket

= 5 : 4 : 3

ATQ,

Ratio in which mango increase in first

two basket = 16 : 8

= 2 : 1

12. (C)

c b

a

=

a c

b

=

b a

c

= k

c b a

b

=

b c a

b

) (

=

b

k

b

b

=

b

b

) 1 2 (

=

3

1

2

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13. (C) Let all walk for 168 minutes.

14. (C) E

1

= 5(n)

2

E

2

= 5(n – 1)

2

ATQ,

E

1

– E

2

= 5(n)

2

– 5(n – 1)

2

95 = 5(2n – 1)(1)

n = 10

Member in families = 10

15. (D) So, about boys we are uncertain and extra

data needed.

16. (A) Let total voters = x

Vote casted =

100

80

x

Valid votes =

100

80

x – 120

ATQ,

100

41

x =

¸

¹

·

¨

©

§

120

100

80

x

–

100

41

x + 200

100

82

x =

100

80

x + 80

100

2

x = 80 x = 4000

Votes of winner candidate

=

100

41

× 4000 = 1640

Votes of defeated candiate

= 1640 – 200 = 1440

% votes of defeated candidate

=

4000

100

80

1440

u

× 100

= 45%

17. (A) Actual work done by a typist in 10 min

= 20 ×

100

92

=

5

92

lines

Total work = 23 × 40 ×

100

90

= 828 lines

Time required = 828 ×

92

5

×

60

10

= 7

2

1

hours

18. (C) ATQ,

0 = p – q –

100

pq

p – q =

100

pq

19. (C) Initital work = 100

Increased work = 100 unit

Let x men were working intially so efficiency

increase by 25%. So, number of employees

=

x 25 . 1 100

100

u

= .80x

Percentage increase in labour

=

x

x 80 .

× 100 = 80%

20. (D) Let cost price = Rs. 100

Actual cost price of selling item

= 100 ×

100

90

= Rs. 90

ATQ,

90 + 90 ×

100

20

= (100 + x)

x = 8%

21. (A) Let cost price = Rs. 100

Selling price = Rs. 100 + 32 = Rs. 132

Mark price = 132 ×

88

100

= Rs. 150

Discount offered = 150 ×

100

20

= Rs. 30

New profit percent =

100

100 30 150

× 100

= 20%

22. (B) Cost price of 12 oranges = selling price of

9 oranges

C.P. : S.P. = 3 : 4

Discount on 10 oranges = Profit on

5 oranges

Let cost price = Rs. 300

Selling price = Rs. 400

Profit = Rs.100

Discount =

10

5 100 u

= Rs. 50

Mark price = Rs. 450

Profit percent =

300

400

× 100 =

3

100

%

Discount percent =

450

50

× 100 =

9

100

%

Percentage point =

3

100

–

3

100

=

9

200

= 22.22%

3

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23. (A) If CP of two bike is same and profit at first

15% and overall profit is 20%.

So, profit at second = 2 × 20 – 15 = 25%

Profit difference = Rs.4800

cost price = (4800) ×

15 25

100

= Rs. 48000

24.(D) C.I. o 100 130 169

C.I. o 69%

S.I. o 36 × 2 = 72%

Percentage difference = 72% – 69% = 3%

Difference between S.I. and C.I.

= 2200 ×

3

100

= ` 66

25. (A) Rate of interest = 4% =

25

1

If

If Rs.48,775 is amount to be paid than

installment = Rs. 17576

So, Annual installment

=

48775

17576

× 390200

= Rs. 140608

26. (D) If all sum is invested at 4% than S.I.

=

100

3 3500 4 u u

= Rs. 420

If all sum is invested at 6% than S.I.

=

100

3 3500 6 u u

= Rs. 630

So, sum invested at 4% =

35

22

× 3500

= Rs. 2200

27. (D) Ratio of Amounts

= 100 +

100

8 100 10 u u

: 100 +

100

6 100 10 u u

= 180 : 160

Amount of elder son =

340

180

× 340000

= Rs. 1,80,000

28. (B) M

1

D

1

H

1

= M

2

D

2

H

2

25 × 36 × 10 = M

2

× 20 × 6

M

2

=

6 20

10 36 25

u

u u

= 75 men

29. (B)

Total work units = 120

If A work 2 day and B work 4 more days

than total work done = 120 + 2 × 8 + 4 × 4

= 152

So, work was finished =

15

152

= 10

15

2

days

30. (C) M

1

D

1

= M

2

D

2

m × r = (m + n) × D

D =

n m

mr

31. (B) ATQ,

4 × x = (x) + (x – 20) + (x – 40) + (x – 60)

+ (x – 80) + (x – 100) + (x – 120)

x = 7x – 420

x = 140

So, men were in begining = 140

32. (C) M

1

D

1

W

2

= M

2

D

2

W

1

36 220 7

110 6

u u

u

= M

2

M

2

= 84

? Required number of men to be added

= 84 – 36 = 48 men

33. (C) Relative speed = (72 – 27) km

= 45 km/hr

Length of slower train = 45 ×

18

5

× 20

= 250 m

Length of slower train = (250 – 100) m

= 150 m

4

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34. (B) ATQ,

=

1

2

=

2

1

x

x

9

9

=

2

1

18 – 2x = 9 + x

x = 3 km/hr

Rate of stream of river = 3 km/hr

35. (D) If B covers 20% less distance i.e.

5

2000

= 400 m

Normally, A beats B by 250 meter,

So, change in distance = 400 – 250

= 150 m

36. (B) ATQ,

Relative speed =

10

175

m/s

=

10

175

×

5

18

km/hr

Speed of train = (63 – 9) km/hr

= 54 km/hr

37. (B) Distance travelled by dog = 2 × 30 km

= 60 km

Distance travelled by cat = 60 – 20

= 40 km

Speed of cat =

2

40

= 20 km/hr

38. (C) Angle between hour hand and minute

hand at 3 : 10 am =

30M M

2

11

=

3 30 10

2

11

u u

= 35º

ATQ,

2 × 35 =

2

11

M – 30 × 3

M =

11

320

Angle will be double at 3 : 29

11

1

am.

39. (A) ATQ,

Amount received by a boy = 100 paise

Amount recieved by a girl = 50 paise

If all students are girls than money needed

=

2

115

= Rs. 57.5

If all students are boys the money needed

= Rs. 115

Numbers of girls in class =

5

4

× 115 = 92!

40. (A) Let length of wall = 5x

width of wall = 4x

ATQ,

5x × 4x = 180

x = 3 m

Sum of length and height of wall

= 5x + 4x = 9 × 3 = 27 cm

41. (D) Area of canvas cloth required

=

rl S

=

7

22

× 2.5 ×

3

14

=

3

110

m

2

Length of canvas cloth

=

3

110

×

25 . 1

1

=

3

88

m

Cost of canvas for tent =

3

88

× 33 = ` 968

42.(B) l = 15 +15 = 30 cm

b = 15, h = 15

Total Surface Area = 2(lb + bh + hl )

= 2[30 × 15 + 15 × 15 +

30 × 15]

= 2(450 + 225 + 450)

= 2250 cm

2

43. (D)

?

Area of equilateral triangle =

2

3

4

a u

16 3

=

3

4

a

2

a = 8 cm

Height of the equilateral triangle

=

3

8

2

u = 4

3

cm

Radius of the circumcircle

=

2

3

× 4

3

=

8

3

cm

Area of the circle = S ×

8

3

×

8

3

=

64

3

S =

1

21

3

S cm

2

5

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44. (C) Area of square = 121 m

2

Perimeter of square =

121 4

m

= 44 m

So, perimeter of circle = 44 m

Area of circle =

S

S

4

) 2 (

2

r

=

22 4

7 44 44

u

u u

= 154 m

2

45. (A)

Area of 4 isosceles triangle = 400 m

2

Area of an isoscles triangle = 100 m

2

ATQ,

2

1

× AP × AS = 100

AP =

2 10

[AP = AS]

Length of greater square=

2 20

m

Length of new square =

2

2 20

= 20 m

Area of new circle= 400 m

2

46. (A) Radius of circle =

2

28

= 14 cm

2

Area of sector CAB =

º 360

º 60

×

7

22

× 14 × 14

=

2

308

cm

2

= 102

3

2

cm

2

Area of triangle ABC =

4

3

× 14 × 14

=

3 49

cm

2

Required Area =

¸

¹

·

¨

©

§

3 49

3

2

102

cm

2

47. (A) Length of required cube

= HCF of 85, 17 and 51

= 17

Number of cube forms =

17 17 17

51 17 85

u u

u u

= 15

Required surface area= 15 × 6a

2

= 15 × 6 × 17 × 17

= 26010 cm

2

48. (C) Minimum surface area of cuboid is when

its all sides are equal.

So, Length of new cubiod =

3

64

= 4 cm

Length of diagonal of cuboid = 3 4 cm

49. (B) cos 28º.cos 32º – sin 28º.sin 32º

= cos(A + B) = cos(28º + 32º)

= cos 60º

=

2

1

50. (B) Diagonals of three faces = x, y and z

Let sides of cuboid = a, b and c

ATQ, a

2

+ b

2

= x

2

b

2

+ c

2

= y

2

c

2

+ a

2

= z

2

abc = 2 2 2

c b a u u

=

=

51. (A) Volume of iron used = S R

2

h – S r

2

h

=

7

22

× 70[6

2

– 5

2

]

= 2420 cm

2

52. (C) Volume (x + 2) is HCF of x

2

+ ax + b and

x

2

+ cx + d

Then, (x + 2) is factor of (x

2

+ ax + b) and

(x

2

+ cx + d)

f

1

(–2) = (–2)

2

– 2a + b = 0

4 = 2a – b ... (i)

f

2

(–2) = (–2)

2

– 2c + d = 0

4 = 2c – d ... (ii)

From equation (i) and (ii)

2a – b = 2c – d

2a + d = 2c + b

53. (A) ATQ,

54. (C) sin 10º.sin 50º.sin 70º

=

4

1

[4sin 10º.sin(60º – 10º)sin(60º + 10º)]

=

4

1

sin(3 × 10º)

=

8

1

6

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55. (A)

º 38 sin º 68 sin

º 68 sin º 38 sin

=

º 38 sin º 22 sin

º 22 sin º 38 sin

=

º 8 cos º 30 cos 2

º 30 cos ) º 8 sin( 2

= cot 30º tan 8º

= 3 tan 8º

56. (B) cos x = k cos(x – 2y)

) 2 cos(

cos

y x

x

= k

Applying C & D theorem,

) 2 cos( cos

) 2 cos( cos

y x x

y x x

=

1

1

k

k

»

¼

º

«

¬

ª

»

¼

º

«

¬

ª

»

¼

º

«

¬

ª

»

¼

º

«

¬

ª

2

2

sin

2

2

sin 2

2

2

cos

2

2

cos 2

y x x y x x

y x x y x x

=

1

1

k

k

y y x tan ) tan(

1

=

1

1

k

k

tan(x – y) tan y =

1

1

k

k

57. (B)

Height of pillar (AB) = 20 cm

Distance between pillar (BC)

= AB cot 45º

= 20 m

ATQ,

AD = BC = 20 m

DE = AD tan 30º

=

3

20

Length of another pillar (EC) = ED + CD

=

3

20

+ 20

=

3

20

) 1 3 (

58. (C)

T 4 cos 2 2 2

= ) 4 cos 1 ( 2 2 T

=

T 2 cos 2 2

= ) 2 cos 1 ( 2 T

= 2 cosT

59. (C) sinT =

2 2

2 2

n m

n m

cos T =

2

2 2

2 2

1

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

n m

n m

=

2 2

2

n m

mn

tanT =

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

2 2

2 2

n m

n m

×

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

mn

n m

2

2 2

=

mn

n m

2

2 2

60. (D)

Distance of point P from building

= BC cot 30º

=

3 10

Height of helicopter from ground

= PB tan 60º

=

3 3 10 u

= 30 m

61. (A) Remainder = (–1)

11

+ 1

= 0

62 (D)

0

3

1

3

1

3

1

c b a

3

3

1

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

a

+

3

3

1

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

b

+

3

3

1

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

c

=

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

3

1

3 a

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

3

1

b

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

3

1

c

a + b + c =

3

1

) ( 3abc

(a + b + c)

3

= 27abc

7

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63. (B)

) 2 )( ( a c b c b

x

=

) 2 )( ( b a c a c

y

=

) 2 )( ( c b a b a

z

= k

64. (A) x =

3 4 7

xy = 1

y =

x

1

=

3 4 7

1

=

3 4 7

x +

x

1

= 14

2

1

x

+

2

1

y

=

2

1

x

+ x

2

=

2

1

¸

¹

·

¨

©

§

x

x

– 2

= 194

65. (C) ab + bc + ca =

2

1

[(a + b + c)

2

– (a

2

+ b

2

+ c

2

)]

=

2

1

[(3)

2

– 6]

=

2

3

a

1

+

b

1

+

c

1

= 1

ab + bc + ca = abc

abc =

2

3

66.(B) 2

x

= 4

y

= 8

z

2

x

= 2

2y

= 2

3z

x = 2y = 3z

xyz = 288 x

¸

¹

·

¨

©

§

2

x

¸

¹

·

¨

©

§

3

x

= 288

x

3

= 1728 x = 12, y = 6 and z = 4

x 2

1

+

y 4

1

+

z 8

1

=

12 2

1

u

+

6 4

1

u

+

4 8

1

u

=

96

3 4 4

=

96

11

67. (A)

3

1

x

2

– 2x – 9 =

3

1

[x

2

– 6x – 27]

=

3

1

(x

2

– 9x + 3x – 27)

=

3

1

(x – 9)(x + 3)

68. (B) 2

x + y

= 2

x – y

=

8

2

x + y

= 2

x – y

x + y = x – y

y = 0

2

x + 0

= 8 =

2

3

2

x =

2

3

69. (A) x +

x

1

=

3

Then, x

6

+ 1 = 0

x

19

+ x

12

+ x

6

+ 1 = x

12

(x

6

+ 1) + (x

6

+ 1)

= 0 + 0 = 0

70. (A) x

2

+ y

2

+

2

1

x

+

2

1

y

= 4

¸

¹

·

¨

©

§

2

1

2

2

x

x

+

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

2

1

2

2

y

y

= 0

2

1

¸

¹

·

¨

©

§

x

x

+

2

1

¸

¸

¹

·

¨

¨

©

§

y

y

= 0

x –

x

1

= 0 and y –

y

1

= 0

x = +1 and y = +1

x

2

+ y

2

= (+1)

2

+ (+1)

2

= 2

71. (C) ATQ

b

a

+

a

b

= 1

a

2

+ b

2

= ab a

2

+ b

2

– ab = 0

a

3

+ b

3

= (a + b)(a

2

+ b

2

– ab)

= 0

72. (C) Length of side =

2

1

2 2

) 18 ( ) 24 (

=

2

1

324 576

= 15 cm

73. (D) Let point P divide line AB in k : 1.

2 =

1

4 1 3

u

k

k

2k + 2= –3 + 4k

k =

2

5

Required ratio= 5 : 2

8

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74. (B) Vertices of triangle are A(3, 8), B(–4, 2)

and C(5, –1)

So, side of triangle

=

2 2

) 2 8 ( ) 4 3 ( ,

2 2

) 2 1 ( ) 4 5 (

and

2 2

) 8 1 ( ) 3 5 (

=

85

,

90

and

85

Area of triangle =

2

1

a

2 2

4 a b

=

4

1

90 90 85 4 u

=

4

1

250 90u

=

4

1

× 150

= 37.5 sq. units

75. (B) Let interior angle = x

Exterior angle= 180º – x

ATQ,

x – (180º – x) = 132º

x = 156º

Exterior angle = 180º – 156º

= 24º

So, number of sides of polygon

=

º 24

º 360

= 15

76. (A)

In 'ABE,

AB = BE cot 45º

= 8 cm

In 'BCE,

BC =

2 2

BE EC

=

2 2

8 0 1

= 6 cm

Side of parallelogram (AC) = 8 + 6 = 14 cm

Area of parallelogram = Base × Height

= 14 × 8

= 112 cm

2

77. (B) ATQ,

2

) 1 ( n n

– n = n

n

2

– n = 4n

n

2

= 5n

n = 5

Number of sides of polygon = 5

78. (B)

Smallest median is drawn from largest

angle.

So, AC = 2 × BD

= 106 cm

AB + BC + AC

2

= 126 cm

AB + BC = 146 cm

AB – BC = 34 cm

AB = 90 cm

BC = 56 cm

Required area of triangle ABE

=

4

1

× 56 × 90

= 1260 cm

2

79. (C)

x x

x x

5 5

5 5

=

1

5

By applying componendo and dividend

2 5

2 5

x

x

=

5 1

5 1

=

6

4

=

3

2

Squaring both sides

5 9

5 4

x

x

20 + 4x = 45 – 9x

–25= –13x

x =

25

13

80. (B)

ATQ,

A + B + C = 180º

2B + B + B = 180º

B = C = 45º

Circumradius =

2

1

×

2 4

= 2 2 cm

Inradius =

2 4 8

4 4

u

= ) 2 2 ( 2

Required ratio = Inradius : Circumradius

= ) 2 2 ( 2 : 2 2

= 1 : ) 1 2 (

81. (C)

O

1

O

3

= O

1

O

9

= O

2

O

3

= 2 cm

Sum of PQ, PR and QR

=

º 360

º 60 º 60 º 60

× 2 × S × 1

= S

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