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-----------------------------------------------------Each question is followed by two statements X and Y. Answer each question using the following

instructions:

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if the question can be answered by either X or Y

if the question can be answered by both X and Y

if the question can not be answered by combining X and Y also

If 1 < a < 2 and k is an integer, then what is [ak/(2 - a)], where [x] denotes the greatest integer not

larger than x.

(X) [a[k/(2 - a)] + a/2] = p

(Y) [a[k/(2 - a)] + (a+1)/2] = q and k is even

-----------------------------------------------------Quantitative Question # 049

-----------------------------------------------------Two budding MBAs who are also mathematicians, Srikar and arbit_rageur, play a game. The

computer selects some secret positive integer N < 60 (both Srikar and arbit_rageur know that , but

that they don't know what the value of N is). The computer tells Srikar the unit digit of N, and it tells

arbit_rageur the number of divisors of N. Then, Srikar and arbit_rageur have the following dialogue:

Srikar: I don't know what N is, and I'm sure that you don't know either. However, I know that N is

divisible by at least two different primes.

arbit_rageur: Oh, then I know what the value of N is.

Srikar: Now I also know what N is.

Assuming that both Srikar and arbit_rageur speak truthfully and to the best of their knowledge, how

many possible values of N are there?

(a)0

(b) 1

(c) 2

(d) 3

-----------------------------------------------------Katrina walks down an up-escalator and counts 150 steps. Priyanka walks up the same escalator and

counts 75 steps. Katrina takes three times as many steps in a given time as Priyanka. How many steps

are visible on the escalator?

(a) 105

(b) 150

(c) 135

(d) 120

-----------------------------------------------------The number of real roots of the equation |1 - |x|| - (1.01)^(1.01x) = 0 is/are

(a) 1

(b) 2

(c) 3

(d) 0

-----------------------------------------------------Let ABCD be a rectangle and E be a point beyond C on AC extended. If < DEB = < CBE, and AB/BC = 3,

then BE/CE equals

(1) 3: 2

(2) 2: 1

(3) 2 + 1: 3

(4) 4: 5 + 1

(5) 3+1: 2

-------------------------------------------------------Let F be be mini 4X4 chessboard => it has 16 fields in all. In how many ways is it possible to select two

fields of F such that the midpoint of the segment joining the centres of the two fields should also be the

centre of a field?

(1) 15

(2) 18

(3) 24

(4) 32

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if the question can be answered by Y only

if the question can be answered by either X or Y

if the question can be answered by both X and Y

if the question can be answered by neither X and Y

Two vessels A and B having different capacities are partly filled with spirit of different

concentrations. If the content of A is poured into vessel B till it is full, then the % concentration of B

increases by 5%. Is the difference in concentrations of spirits in containers more than 5%?

(X) initial level of spirit B is greater than that in A

(Y) If the content of B is poured into vessel A till it is full, then the % concentration of A decreases by

10%

-----------------------------------------------------Quantitative Question # 043

-----------------------------------------------------Consider two cones of heights 1 and 8 units having the same base radii. It is found that their height is

increased by x keeping their vertex angle unchanged, their volume becomes equal. Then x equals

(1) 2/3

(2) 4/3

(3) 8/3

(4) 16/3

-----------------------------------------------------Each question is followed by two statements X and Y. Answer each question using the following

instructions:

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if the question can be answered by Y only

if the question can be answered by either X or Y

if the question can be answered by both X and Y

if the question can be answered by neither X and Y

(X) For every quadrilateral with sides a, b, c, d, x.a^2 + y.b^2 + z.c^2 > d^2

(Y) x + y + z >= x.y.z

-----------------------------------------------------Quantitative Question # 041

-----------------------------------------------------N people vote for one of 27 candidates. Each candidate's vote % is atleast one less than his/her number

of votes. What is the smallest possible value of N?

(a) 108

(b) 127

(c) 134

(d) 162

-----------------------------------------------------Two cars A and B started from P and Q respectively towards each other at the same time. Car A was

travelling at a speed of 54km/h but due to some problem reduced its speed by 1/3rd after travelling for

60 minutes. Car B was travelling at a speed of 36km/h. Had the technical problem in car A had arisen

30 minutes later, they would have met at a distance which is (1/30*PQ) more than towards Q than

where they met earlier(PQ > 120km). Anothet car C starts from P, 90 minutes after car B started at Q,

and car C travels towards Q with a speed of 36km/h, at what distance from P will cars B and C meet?

(a) 63 km (b) 48 km (c) 40.5 km (d) none of the foregoing

-----------------------------------------------------Quantitative Question # 039

-----------------------------------------------------Let f(k) be defined on integer k as f(k) = [k](3) + [2k](5) + [3k](7) - 6k,

where [k](2n+1) denotes the multiple of (2n+1) closest to k. How many values can f(k) assume?

(1) 4

(2) 7

(3) 10

(4) 13

-----------------------------------------------------Let |2x-1| - 3|x+1| = a has two real solutions p and q satisfying 2 <= |p-q| <= 10, then Max(a) - Min(a)

equals

(a) 19/3

(b) 15/2

(c) 35/6

(d) 11/2

-----------------------------------------------------Pavan had 6 friends in a B-school. At a certain restaurant, he met each of them 12 times, every 2 of

them 6 times, every 3 of them 4 times, every 4 of them 3 times, every 5 twice and all 6 only once. Pavan

had dined out alone 8 times without meeting any of them. How many times had he dined out

altogether?

(1) 36

(2) 22

(3) 32

(4) 26

-----------------------------------------------------In a triangle ABC, AB = AC, <A = 80 and S is the circumcentre. Bisectors of angles ACS and ABS meet

BS and CS respectively at X and Y. Then < AXY equals

(1) 20

(2) 40

(3) 50

(4) 60

(5) 100

-----------------------------------------------------The number of ordered (x, y) such that 1/x + 1/y = 1/20 is

(1) 1

(2) 3

(3) 5

(4) 7

-----------------------------------------------------In how many ways can the letters of the word JUPITER be arranged in a row so that the vowels appear

in alphabetic order?

(1) 736

(2) 768

(3) 792

(4) 840

(5) 876

-----------------------------------------------------Garibchand decided to sell 89 articles (of same kind). After achieving break even (on exact no. of

articles), he decided to give 10% discount and when he achieved exact 10% profit, he decided to give

20% discount. Garibchand sold all articles with 20% net profit. Had he not given discount, he would

have made profit of

(1)23.6%

(2) 25.3%

(3) 27.8%

(4) 29.2%

(5) 31.4%

-----------------------------------------------------If r is the root of f(x) = x^4 + ax^3 - 6x^2 - ax + 1 = 0, then which among the following is also a root of f

(x) = 0?

(1) -1/r

(2) (1+r)/(1-r)

(3) (r-1)/(r+1)

-----------------------------------------------------Consider a rectangular purse of dimension 8 cm X 9 cm. What could be the maximum radius of two

identical coins which can be completely put inside the purse without overlapping?

(1) 2 cm

(2) 2.25 cm

(3) 2.5 cm

(4) 2.75 cm

-----------------------------------------------------A cylinder of radius 6 cm and height 33 cm is inscribed inside a cube such that the axis of cylinder

is along a diagonal of the cube. The length of side of the cube is

(1) 6 cm

(2) 7 cm

(3) 8 cm

(4) 9 cm

-----------------------------------------------------Each question is followed by two statements X and Y. Answer each question using the following

instructions:

Choose 1

Choose 2

Choose 3

Choose 4

Choose 5

if the question can be answered by Y only

if the question can be answered by either X or Y

if the question can be answered by both X and Y

if the question can be answered by neither X and Y

(X) y^3 + y <= x - x^3

(Y) |x| + |y| < 2 and |x| < 1 and |y| < 1

-----------------------------------------------------Quantitative Question # 028

-----------------------------------------------------The sum of all the divisors of 19^88 - 1 which are of the form (2^a).(3^b) with a, b > 0 is

(1) 168

(2) 224

(3) 360

(4) 744

(5) 1080

-----------------------------------------------------Vineet has Rs 600 with him. Each day he buys either beer for Rs 100 or vodka for Rs 200 or whisky for

Rs 200. In how many ways can Vineet spend all his money?

(1) 20

(2) 24

(3) 30

(4) 32

-----------------------------------------------------Let ABCD be a rectangle with AB = a, and BC = b. Suppose x is the length of the radius of the circle

passing through A and B and touching CD, and y be the length of the circle passing through B and C

and touching AD. If x + y k.(a+b) for all a and b, then k =

(1) 3/2

(2) 5/8

(3) 1/2

(4) 1/2

-----------------------------------------------------In a test taken by 100 students, 60 cleared cut-off in DI, 44 cleared cut-off in mathematics, 38 cleared

cut-off in English and 27 students cleared cut-off in GK. 20 students cleared cut-off in all 4 sections.

How many maximum students could have failed to clear the cut-off in all four sections?

(1) 38

(2) 41

(3) 47

(4) 50

-----------------------------------------------------The number of those subsets of {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6} such that the equation x+y = 7 has no solution in it is

(1) 18

(2) 21

(3) 27

(4) 36

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ABCD is a square, point E is inside triangle ACD and point F is inside triangle ACB. < EAF = <ECF =

45. If DE = 3, and BF = 4, then EF equals

(1) 5

(2) 23

(3) 7/2

(4) 24/7

-----------------------------------------------------Let a sequence S(n) be defined for positive integers n such that S(0) = 1 and S(1) = 1. If S(n+2) = 2S(n

+1) + S(n), and S(n+1)/S(n) approaches a finite number R as n -> Infinity, then R equals

(1) 2 + 1

(2) 5/2

(3) 5

(4) 33/2

-----------------------------------------------------A point at the intersection of two or more grid lines is called a lattice point. S is a 5 x 5 array of lattice

points. How many squares have their vertices in S?

(1) 30

(2) 36

(3) 44

(4) 50

-----------------------------------------------------For all integers x, y, f(x, y) is defined as f(x+2, y+1) = f(f(x+1, y), f(x, y)) and f(x+1, 0) = f(x, 1), then f(f

(2, 3), f(2, 2)) =

(1) f(4, 5)

(2) f(3, 3)

(3) f(3, 4)

(4) f(4, 3)

-----------------------------------------------------The question is followed by two statements X and Y. Answer each question using the following

instruction:

Choose 1

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Choose 5

if the question can be answered by Y only

if the question can be answered by either X or Y

if the question can be answered by both X and Y

if the question can be answered by neither X nor Y

The positive integers are such that p < q r < s < 100, ps = qr and s - p 1. What is the value of p?

(X) The last digit of s is either 1, 2 or 3

(Y) 50 < p and r < 90

-----------------------------------------------------Quantitative Question # 018

-----------------------------------------------------Two spherical balls lie on the ground touching. If one of the balls has a radius of 8 cm, and the point of

contact is 10 cm above the ground, what is the radius of the other ball?

(1) 18 cm

(2) 40/3 cm

(3) 25/2 cm

(4) 13 cm

-----------------------------------------------------Let R(x) be the remainder when x^16 + x^8 + x^6 + x^4 + x^2 + 1 is divided by x^3 - 1. Let D(x) be the

divisor (less than degree 4) of x^6 + 4x^3 + 8. Then which among the following is true?

(1) The sum of the coefficients of R(x) and D(x) is equal

(2) The sum of the absolute value of coefficients of R(x) and D(x) is equal

(3) R(x) > D(x) for all non-positive x

(4) at least 2 of the above

(5) none of the above

-----------------------------------------------------Quantitative Question # 016

-----------------------------------------------------A PaGal is stationed at C, 60 meters directly west of a CAT located at M. The CAT is trying to

escape running at 7m/s in a direction 30 degrees east of north. The PaGal an expert in geometry runs

at

13m/s in a suitable straight line path that will intercept the CAT as quickly as possible.

Then which among is following is true?

(1) It takes 15/2 seconds for the PaGaL to catch CAT

(2) If CAT chooses a different direction to escape, irrespective of the direction, all interception

points lie on a circle.

(3) If the CAT is intercepted after running a distance of x meters in a particular direction and

if the mouse had been intercepted after it had run a distance of y meters in the opposite

direction then min (x+y) is 1430

(4) All of the above

(5) Exactly 2 of the above

-----------------------------------------------------Quantitative Question # 015

-----------------------------------------------------How many (a, b, c) satisfy log(2ab) = loga*logb, log(bc) = logb*logc, log(2ac) = loga*logc ?

(1) none

(2) 1

(3) 2

(4) 4

-----------------------------------------------------Let x be the number of base systems in which the largest 3 digit perfect square in base 6 can be

represented as a 2 digit number. Then x in base 7 is a

(1) odd but not prime

(2) prime

square

(5) none of these

-----------------------------------------------------Let x and y be positive real numbers such that x^3 + y^3 = 4x^2. A is the maximum value of x + y.

Let a, b, c be real such that a+b+c = 5 and ab + bc + ca = 3. B is the largest possible value of c.

Then A + B lies in the range

(1) [7, 8)

(2) [8, 9)

-----------------------------------------------------Let ABC be a triangle and D and E be internal points on AB and AC respectively. The segment s joining

BE and CD divide the triangle into 4 regions. If all the 4 regions have equal area then the triangle ABC

is

(1) not possible

none of these

(2) obtuse-angled

(3) equilateral

(5)

-----------------------------------------------------How many eight letter words exist that are composed of Xs and Ys, and which contain neither three

consecutive Xs nor three consecutive Ys?

(1) 74

(2) 66

(3) 76

(4) 68

-----------------------------------------------------The total ordered pair of positive integers (p, q) such that the roots of equations x^2 -px + p + q - 3 = 0

and x^2 -qx + p + q - 3 = 0 are also positive integers are

(1) 2

(2) 3

(3) 4

(4) 6

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A shokeeper sells 2 different brands of an article, one for Rs 10 and other for Rs 12 each. One day he

left the shop in the hands of his management graduate son who confused the two brands and sold

them at each other's price. Due to this, the shopkeeper lost Rs 40 which amounted to 10% fall in his

expected profit. If shopkeeper's expected profit was one among 10%, 15%, 20%, or 25% then

(1) the number of cheaper brand sold at higher cost was 60

(2) the expected profit was 20%

(3) if the profit per article of expensive brand is 40 paise more than that of cheaper brand => the least

number of articles of expensive brand he had to sell to recover his loss would be 34

(4) at least two of the foregoing

(5) none of the foregoing

-----------------------------------------------------Quantitative Question # 008

-----------------------------------------------------Let S be the set of first 14 natural numbers. A special subset of S is a subset S' which satisfies the

following three properties

a) S' has exactly 8 elements

b) If x belonging to S is even, then x is in S' if and only if x/2 is in S'

c) If y belonging to S is odd, then y is in S' if and only if (y+15)/2 is in S'

Let X denotes elements of S that cannot be the part of special subset. Then n(X) (i.e. number of

elements in X) equals

(1)2

(2) 3

(3) 5

(4) 6

-----------------------------------------------------In a quadrilateral ABCD sides AB and CD are equal with <A = 150, <B = 44, and <C = 72.

Perpendicular bisector of the segment AD meets meets the sides BC at point X. Then m(<AXD) is

(1) 42

(2) 58

(3) 64

(4) 78

-----------------------------------------------------In a soccer tournament n teams play against one another exactly once. The win fetches 3 points, draw

1 each and loss 0. After all the matches were played, it was noticed that the top team had unique

number of maximum points and unique least number of wins. What can be the minimum possible

value of n?

(1) 5

(2) 6

(3) 7

(4) 8

-----------------------------------------------------A particle moves around a circle (once) such that its displacement from the initial point in given time

t is t(6-t) meters where t is the time in seconds after the start. The time in which it completes one-sixth

of the distance is

(1) 0.60 s

(2) 0.88 s

(3) 1 s

(4) 1.12 s

-----------------------------------------------------N students are seated at desks in an m x n array, where m, n >= 3. Each student shakes hands with the

students who are adjacent horizontally, vertically or diagonally. If there are 81 handshakes, what is

N?

(1) 28

(2) 27

(3) 30

(4) 25

(5) 24

-----------------------------------------------------Let f(x) be a function such that f(x).f(y) - f(xy) = 3(x+y+2). Then f(3) (equals )

(1) can not be determined

(2) 7

(3) -8

(4) either 7 or -8

-----------------------------------------------------Consider a string of n 7s, 7777....77, into which + signs are inserted to produce an arithmetic

expression. For example, 7 + 777 + 7 = 791 could be obtained from five 7s in this way. For how many

values of n is it possible to insert + signs so that the resulting expression has value 7000?

(1) 105

(2) 106

(3) 108

(4) 109

(5) 111

-----------------------------------------------------Let the sum S = 20 of four natural numbers a, b, c, d be such that a(a+1) + b(b+1) + c(c+1) + d(d+1) =

312. Which among the a, b, c, d is/are uniquely determinable ?

(1) None if a = b

foregoing

(2) Atleast 2 if a b

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