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SSC-CGL TIER - I

Part A: General Intelligence And

Reasoning

Directions: In question nos. 1 to 6, select the related

words/letters/number from the given alternatives.

1. FC : I : : SB : ?

(A) W

(B) U

(C) V

(D) X

2. DB : JH : : EF : ?

(A) HI

(B) VI

(C) IG

(D) GI

3. Sound : Hertz : : Pressure : ?

(A) Jule

(B) Watt

(C) Pascal (D) Dyne

4. Coal : Thermal Power : : ?

(A) Bulb : Light

(B) Air : Atmosphere

(C) Power : Energy

(D) Water : Hydro Power

5. 19 : 67 : 21 : ?

(A) 84

(B) 74

(C) 48

(D) 63

6. 6 : 18 : : 4 : ?

(A) 16

(B) 8

(C) 10

(D) 20

Directions: In questions nos. 7 to 12, find the odd

word/numbers/letters from the given alternatives.

7. (A) Murder

(B) Assassinate

(C) Kidnap

(D) Stab

8. (A) Hailstone

(B) Fog

(C) Mist

(D) Vapour

9. (A) Feather

(B) Tentacles

(C) Scales

(D) Flagella

10. (A) VD

(B) TC

(C) WE

(D) QH

11. (A) 7 11

(B) 23 29

(C) 17 13

(D) 19 25

12. (A) 2916

(B) 2116

(C) 2744

(D) 1444

Directions: In question nos. 13 and 14 which set of

letters when sequentially placed in the gaps in the given

letter series shall complete it?

13. ba _ b _ aab _ a _ bba _ b

(A) abbaa (B) aabab

(C) aabba

(D) baaba

14. cb _ ab _ c _ aa _ c _ ba _ bc

(A) cabbcb (B) bbcaac (C) abcabc (D) acbbca

15. Certain numbers have symbols as given below:

following words will appear last in the English dictionary?

16. (A) Section

(B) Septic

(C) Sentiment

(D) Seclude

17. (A) Delete

(B) Delirium

(C) Delude

(D) Defer

18. (A) Efflorescent

(B) Entreat

(C) Ensure

(D) Every

Directions: In question nos. 19 to 24 a series is given

with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative

from the given ones that will complete the series.

19. J2Z K4X L7V M11T ?

(A) N16R

(B) N17Q

(C) O16R

(D) L12T

20. shg rif qje pkd ?

(A) olb

(B) nlb

(C) olc

(D) nmc

21. KM5 IP8 GS11 EV14 ?

(A) DX17

(B) CY17

(C) BY18

(D) CY18

22. R M ? F D ?

(A) HA

(B) CB

(C) BH

(D) IC

23. 15 16 ? 29 45

(A) 20

(B) 17

(C) 19

(D) 22

24. 3 7 16 35 74 ?

(A) 90

(B) 150

(C) 153

(D) 148

25. If P denotes , O denotes , R denotes + and

S denotes ,

then 39 R 6 P 3 S 12 O 2 = ?

(A) 24

(B) 17

(C) 20

(D) 22

26. In a certain code language DROWN is written as

MXNSC. How is BREAK written in that code language?

(A) DTGCM (B) JBFSA (C) CBDSL (D) JBDSA

27. Ruchi moves towards southeast and walks 8m, then

she moves towards west and walks 10m, then she

moves towards northwest and walks 8m and finally

she moves to the east and walks 4m. How far is she

from the starting point?

(A) 10m

(B) 12m

(C) 6m

(D) 8m

28. Pointing to a girl in the photograph, Anu said, her

mothers brother is the only son of my fathers father.

How is the girls mother related to Anu?

(A) Aunt

(B) Grandmother

(C) Mother

(D) Sister

Directions: In question nos. 29 and 30, from the given

alternatives select the word which cannot be formed by

using the letters of the given word.

29. IMPOSSIBLE

(A) IMPOSE

(B) SOME

(C) LOSE

(D) POSITION

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What is the number indicated by these symbols?

(A) 6 9 4 8 0 7

(C) 6 7 0 8 4 9

(B) 6 4 9 8 0 7

(D) 1 3 4 5 6 7

30. PARAPHERNALIA

(A) PRAISE (B) PEAR

(C) RENAL (D) RAIN

31. Find the combination of numbers, corresponding

letters of which will form a meaningful word.

A E R C T

1 2 3 4 5

(A) 2 3 5 4 1 (B) 3 1 4 5 2 (C) 5 3 1 4 2 (D) 5 1 3 4 2

32. If D = 4, PUT = 57, then PARROT = ?

(A) 60

(B) 80

(C) 52

(D) 88

33. If RAGHAVAN is written as XYZBYDYW and RAVAN

is written as XYDYW in a certain code, then how can

HANG be written in that code?

(A) BYZX (B) BYWZ (C) XYZB (D) BYXZ

Directions: In question nos. 34 to 37, find the missing

number from the given responses.

34.

II. Some walls are fans.

40. Which of the following diagrams shows the relation

between Patients, People and Doctor?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

set of numbers from the four alternative sets that is similar

to the given set.

41. (15, 24, 33)

(A) (3, 10, 19)

(B) (14, 19, 24)

(C) (7, 16, 25)

(D) (10, 20, 29)

42. (6, 14, 22)

(A) (8, 4, 6)

(B) (9, 7, 10)

(C) (16, 13, 14)

(D) (17, 13, 9)

43. Which answer figure will complete the question figure?

Question Figure

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(A) 48

(B) 143

(C) 58

(D) 128

(A) 107

(B) 51

(C) 98

(D) 96

35.

Answer Figures

36.

(A) 30

37.

3

5

4

(B) 36

6

8

7

(C) 80

(D) 39

8

4

?

(A) 18

(B) 8

(C) 6

(D) 7

Directions: In questions nos. 38 and 39, two

statements followed by two conclusions I and II are given.

You have to consider the statements to be true even if they

seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. You

have to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follows

from the given statements. Give answer

(A) if only conclusion I follows.

(B) if only conclusion II follows.

(C) if either conclusion I or II follows.

(D) if both conclusions I and II follow.

38. Statements: Some letters are answers.

No answer is a question.

Conclusions: I. Some letters are questions.

II. Some questions are not letters.

39. Statements:

Most clocks are fans.

Some fans are walls.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

44. Choose from the alternatives the box that will be

formed when the question figure is folded.

Question Figure

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(A), (B), (C) and (D) satisfies the same condition of

placement of dots as in Question Figure?

Question Figures

Answer Figure

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

46. Which of the following Answer Figures is the exact

mirror image of the given Question Figure, when the

mirror is held on the line AB?

Question Figure

Answer Figures

below?

(A) 27

(B) 20

(C) 25

(D) 21

51. The first municipal corporation was established in

which of the following cities?

(A) Delhi

(B) Calcutta

(C) Bombay

(D) Madras

52. Mahamastakabhisheka is a significant ceremony

associated with who among the following?

(A) Jains

(B) Buddhists

(C) Parsis

(D) Wahabis

53. The Goods and Services Tax, which will bring together

most of the taxes that are imposed on all goods and

services (except a few) under a single banner, will

replace which of the following?

(A) Excise duty

(B) Service tax

(C) Value-added tax (VAT) (D) All the above

54. At present, Indias per capita steel consumption is

around

(A) 60 kg

(B) 120 kg (C) 180 kg (D) 210 kg

55. The National Development Council (NDC), the apex

body for decision making and deliberations on

development matters in India, was set up in

(A) 1949

(B) 1952

(C) 1957

(D) 1961

56. The materials used in preparing raincoats and

waterproof tents have their water-proof properties due

to

(A) Viscosity

(B) Elasticity

(C) Surface tension

(D) Slope

57. Through which of the following amendments the

number of ministers in the Union Cabinet, including

the prime minister, was fixed at 15 per cent of the total

strength of the Lok Sabha?

(A) 91st

(B) 92nd

(C) 93rd

(D) 94th

58. Which of the following statements is/are correct with

respect to the Central Govt?

(A) All the cabinet ministers should be members of

the Lok Sabha only.

(B) Central Cabinet secretariat works under the

instruction of Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs.

(C) Both A and B

(D) Neither A nor B

59. Who among the following established an army named

Free Indian Legion during the independence struggle

for India?

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(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

47. A sheet of a paper has been folded as shown in the

Question Figure. You have to figure out from the four

Answer Figures how it will appear when opened.

Question Figures

Answer Figures

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

48. Find out the water image of the given group of letters

and numbers:

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

49. From the given Answer Figures select the one in which

the Question Figure is hidden/embedded.

Question Figure

Answer Figures

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

50. How many triangles are there in the figure given

60.

61.

(A) VD Savarkar

(B) Subhas Chandra Bose

(C) BG Tilak

(D) Rashbehari Bose

Match the following sessions of the Indian National

Congress and its Presidents and answer the question

on the basis of codes provided below:

1. Belgaum

a. WC Bonnerjee

2. Calcutta

b. Annie Besant

3. Bombay

c. Mahatma Gandhi

4. Kanpur

d. Sarojini Naidu

Codes:

1

2

3

4

(A) d

a

b

c

(B) c

b

a

d

(C) b

d

c

a

(D) a

d

c

b

Which of the following organs breaks down old red

blood cells and stores iron from them?

(A) Kidney

(B) Spleen

(C) Liver

(D) Adrenal glands

Which of the following elements is/are NOT found in

human body?

(A) Carbon

(B) Potassium

(C) Sulphur

(D) None of the above

When buying and selling of securities is done by a

person having access to privileged information, it is

known as

(A) Privilege trading

(B) Authorised trading

(C) Unauthorised trading (D) Insider trading

President Pranab Mukherjee conferred the Stree Shakti

Puraskar 2013 awards on six women on the eve of

international womens day recently. Who among the

following is NOT among these six women?

(A) Vartika Nanda

(B) Tessy Thomas

(C) Manasi Pradhan

(D) Bina Lashkari

Match the following foreign travellers and rulers they

visited and answer the question on the basis of codes

provided below:

1. Megasthenes

a. Chandragupta II Vikramaditya

2. Fa-Hien

b. Muhammad bin Tughlaq

3. Hiuen-Tsang

c. Chandragupta Maurya

4. Ibn Batuta

d. Harshavardhana

Codes:

1

2

3

4

(A) c

a

d

b

(B) d

c

b

a

(C) b

d

c

a

(D) a

d

c

b

The blood group of a child from father with blood

group AB and mother with blood group O will be:

(A) A or B

(B) O

(C) AB

(D) Cant say

Michelle Bachelet has been sworn in as the President

68.

69.

70.

(A) Latvia

(B) Chile

(C) Chad

(D) Bulgaria

Which of the following best defines carbon footprint?

(A) Distribution of greenhouse gases in the

atmosphere

(B) The carbon stored within a living being

(C) Emission of greenhouse gases

(D) Traces of coal reserve across the world

Which of the following states in India is NOT attached

to a coastline?

(A) Goa

(B) Kerala

(C) Karnataka

(D) None of the above

Which of the following cities was made its capital when

Andhra Pradesh was established as a new state in

1953?

(A) Hyderabad

(B) Warangal

(C) Nellore

(D) Kurnool

Match the following waterfalls and rivers attached to

them in India and answer the question on the basis of

codes given below:

1. Jog

a. Kaveri

2. Kunchikal

b. Mandovi

3. Dudhsagar

c. Varahi

4. Shivanasamudra

d. Sharavathi

Codes:

1

2

3

4

(A) d

a

b

c

(B) d

c

b

a

(C) b

d

c

a

(D) a

d

c

b

Decibel (dB) is the measure of which of the following

of sound waves?

(A) Wavelength

(B) Intensity

(C) Amplitude

(D) Frequency

While watching a 3-D film we use special glasses.

What is the reason behind it?

(A) Such films use special colours visible with 3-D

glasses only.

(B) These glasses save our eyes from excessive

brightness.

(C) These glasses help our left and right eyes see

slightly different images.

(D) These glasses bring the images closer to us.

Which of the following cities is situated closest to the

equator?

(A) Colombo

(B) Kathmandu

(C) New Delhi

(D) Islamabad

Which of the following is correct with respect to lattice

energy of a compound?

I. Lattice energy increases as the distance between

the ions decreases.

II. Lattice energy increases as the charge on the ions

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62.

63.

64.

65.

66.

67.

71.

72.

73.

74.

75.

76.

77.

78.

79.

increases.

(A) Only I

(B) Only II

(C) Both I and II

(D) Neither I nor II

Which of the following is the largest parliamentary

constituency in terms of area?

(A) Bhopal

(B) Ladakh

(C) Jaipur

(D) Barmer

The infamous event of Jallianwala Bagh took place as

people gathered there to oppose

(A) Government of India Act

(B) Vernacular Press Act

(C) Indian Council Act

(D) Rowlatt Act

Guru Shikhar, a peak in the Arbuda Mountains, is

situated in which of the following states?

(A) Punjab

(B) Maharashtra

(C) Rajasthan

(D) Tamil Nadu

Which of the following Europeans are the last to come

to India as trader?

(A) Portugal

(B) French

(C) English

(D) Dutch

Which of the following is NOT a state created on the

recommendation of the State Reorganisation

Commission under Article 3 of the Indian Constitution?

(A) Gujarat

(B) Karnataka

(C) Himachal Pradesh

(D) Rajasthan

Which of the following is the smallest gland of human

body?

(A) Thyroid

(B) Liver

(C) Pineal gland

(D) Adrenal

In case of kidney failure, artificial kidney is used. It

works on the principle of

(A) Dissection

(B) Dialysis

(C) Diffusion

(D) Disintegration

Who discovered the existence of bacteria?

(A) Stephen Hales

(B) Sigmund Freud

(C) Charles Darwin

(D) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek

Data transfer rates for disk drives and networks are

measured in terms of throughput, which is measured

in:

(A) Kbps

(B) Mbps

(C) Gbps

(D) All the above

Which of the following is/are example(s) of plastic?

(A) Polyesters

(B) Polythene

(C) Bakelite

(D) All the above

A scale which is used to determine the knocking quality

of a fuel in an internal combustion engine is

(A) Octane number

(B) Quantum number

(C) Cetane number

(D) Calorific value

Which of the following is the simplest form of a pure

substance?

88.

89.

90.

91.

(A) Atom

(B) Element

(C) Compound

(D) Ore

A device or program that enables a computer to

transmit data over telephone or cable lines:

(A) Interpreter

(B) Modem

(C) Switch

(D) Repeater

AIBA, which terminated India from its fold recently, is

the international governing body associated with the

game of

(A) Badminton

(B) Billiards

(C) Boxing

(D) Baseball

The World Wildlife Day is observed on:

(A) 28 Feb (B) 1 Mar

(C) 2 Mar

(D) 3 Mar

GK Chadha, who passed away recently, was the first

President of the SAARC-established South Asian

University and a noted

(A) Economist

(B) Chemist

(C) Physicist

(D) Biologist

Which of the following movies won the Best Picture

Oscar at the 86th Academy Awards recently?

(A) The Great Gatsby

(B) Gravity

(C) Frozen

(D) 12 Years a Slave

Ahead of the Lok Sabha polls, the govt has decided

to include the Jat community in the Central list of OBCs

in nine states. Which of the following states is not

among these nine states?

(A) Rajasthan

(B) Himachal Pradesh

(C) Gujarat

(D) None of the above

The United Nations launched a series of events named

Kwibuka 20 to mark the 20th anniversary of the

genocide claiming more than 500,000 lives in which of

the following countries?

(A) Central African Republic

(B) Rwanda

(C) Nigeria

(D) Mali

The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral

Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC)

Summit was held on 4 Mar in which of the following

countries?

(A) India

(B) Bangladesh

(C) Myanmar

(D) Nepal

Which of the following teams won the ICC U-19 World

Cup recently?

(A) Pakistan

(B) South Africa

(C) India

(D) Sri Lanka

Matteo Renzi was sworn in as the youngest-ever Prime

Minister, recently, in which of the following countries?

(A) Norway

(B) Spain

(C) Italy

(D) Singapore

Which of the following countries is planning to reduce

its army to its lowest manning levels since 1940, before

its military dramatically expanded after entering World

War II?

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80.

81.

82.

83.

84.

85.

86.

87.

92.

93.

94.

95.

96.

97.

98.

(A) Japan

(B) US

(C) UK

(D) Germany

99. Which of the following countries has overtaken India

as the worlds largest gold consumer according to a

World Gold Council report released recently?

(A) US

(B) Russia

(C) Japan

(D) China

100. The govt has launched the Maulana Azad Sehat

Scheme. Under the scheme, a Sehat Card will be

issued to each student enrolled in institutions aided

by the Maulana Azad Education Foundation who

belongs to __________population.

(A) Refugee

(B) Tribal

(C) Nomadic

(D) Minority

101. Find the sum of 182 + 202 + 222 + ... 502.

(A) 53582

(B) 73892

(C) 633552 (D) 21284

102. Find the units digit of (496)496 (524)524 (1016)260.

(A) 4

(B) 2

(C) 6

(D) 8

1

1

1

1

1

x 3

x 4

x 5

(A) 1

(C)

1

x

1

x 6

(B) x + 6

(D)

x 6

x

1

2

3

1038

1038

13

13

13

4

7

9

1038

1038

is

13

13

13

(A) 6130

(B) 6230

(C) 12456

(D) 6320

111. There are two candles. The first can burn completely

in 20 minutes while the second one takes 30 minutes

to burn completely. The length of the first candle is 30

cm and the length of the second candle is 20 cm. If

both of them are lit together then after how much time

will both of them have equal lengths?

(A) 12 minutes

(B) 10 minutes

(C) 8 minutes

(D) 16 minutes

112. A bottle contains 15 red and 45 white balls. How many

red balls must be added to the bottle so that 80% of

the balls are red?

(A) 135

(B) 145

(C) 140

(D) 165

113. In a party 64% men drink Coke and 61% drink Pepsi,

while 25% men drink neither of these two drinks. If

1100 men drink Coke and Pepsi both then find the

total number of men in the party.

(A) 1175

(B) 3300

(C) 2200

(D) 2750

114. A man sold an article at a loss of 30%. Had he sold the

article for `40 more, he would have gained 20%. The

cost price of the article is

(A) `80

(B) `160

(C) `100

(D) `120

115. The marked price of a mobile is `18000. A trader buys

it at two successive discounts of 10% and 20%. He

spends `240 on its carriage. If he sells it for `16000,

what is his profit or loss percentage?

(A) 19% loss

(B) 21% profit

(C) 27% loss

(D) 23% profit

116. If the difference between simple interest and compound

interest on a certain sum of money for 3 years at 10%

per annum is `124, then the sum is

(A) `4500 (B) `3000

(C) `6000

(D) `4000

117. 6 men and 12 boys can do a piece of work in 15 days.

4 men and 10 boys can do the same piece of work in 20

days. Then in how many days will the work be

completed by 10 men and 10 boys?

(A) 10 days (B) 12 days (C) 15 days (D) 18 days

118. 50 men can complete a work in 50 days. All 50 men

start working together. After every 10 days 5 men left

1038

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1

and

2

4tan2 3cosec2

(A) 12

(B) 8

104. Find the value of

103. If cos =

<

3

, find the value of

2

<

(C) 4

(D) 2

cos 60

cos 65.cosec 25

sin 30 tan 10. tan 30. tan 45. tan 60. tan 80

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 0

(D) 1

105. Find the least number which when divided by 15, 16,

18, 20 and 24 leaves 3 as remainder in every case, but

when it is divided by 13 leaves no remainder.

(A) 2886

(B) 1443

(C) 723

(D) 728

106. The LCM of two numbers is 33 times of their HCF. The

sum of the LCM and their HCF is 952. If one number is

42, the other number is

(A) 588

(B) 616

(C) 634

(D) 226

107. If tan + cot = 16, then find the ratio of tan2 + cot2

to tan2 + cot2 + 20 tan .cot

(A) 64 : 65 (B) 129 : 137 (C) 27 : 29 (D) 127 : 137

108. Find the value of

1

2

1

4

(A)

1

5840

1

12

1

20

(B)

1

30

15

36

1

42

1

56

(C)

1

x

1

18

1

72

(D)

35

36

1

1

1

x 1

x 2

1

1

(A) 73 days

(B) 63 days

3

3

1

1

(C) 83 days

(D) 93 days

3

3

119. Two pipes X and Y can fill a cistern in 15 minutes and

18 minutes respectively. Both are opened together,

but at the end of the 6th minute X is turned off. In how

much more time will Y fill the cistern?

(A) 4

1

minutes

5

(B) 3

4

minutes

5

4

1

minutes

(D) 3 minutes

5

5

120. The mean of 20 numbers is 40. Later it was observed

that the numbers 14 and 24 are wrongly taken as 41

and 42. The correct mean is

(A) 37.75

(B) 35.75

(C) 37.55

(D) 37.57

121. A rhombus of side 40 cm has two angles of 60 each.

Find the ratio of its diagonals.

(C) 4

(3, 4), (5, 5) and (3, 6) respectively.

(A) 0.8 sq unit

(B) 0.4 sq unit

8

sq units

(D) 0.5 sq unit

3

130. Find the area of a quadrilateral whose vertices are

(4, 3), (3, 5), (5, 2) and (4, 2).

(A) 31.5 sq units

(B) 29 sq units

(C) 33.5 sq units

(D) 32 sq units

131. The graphs of the equation 50x + 150y = 450 and x = 18

meet at the point

(A) (18, 6) (B) (18, 0)

(C) (18, 3) (D) (18, 3)

132. A room is 18m-long and 15m-wide. It is to be covered

by square titles of maximum area. Find the number of

square tiles required to cover the floor.

(A) 30

(B) 45

(C) 20

(D) 15

133. There is a rectangular plot of length 100m and breadth

80m. There is a 10 metre-wide path around the plot

from outside. Find the area of the path.

(A) 4000m2 (B) 3500m2 (C) 3600m2 (D) 4800m2

(C)

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(A) 3 : 1

7 6

122. If x =

x2

y

(B) 1 : 1

(C) 1 :

and y =

7 6

(D) 2 :

y2

is

x

(A) 17498

(B) 17576

(C) 17496

(D) 17976

123. If x(x + y + z) = 49, y(x + y + z) = 50 and z(x + y + z) = 70,

then the value of 4(x + y + z) is

(A) 45

(B) 52

(C) 58

(D) 48

124. Find the value of

1

+ ... +

80

81

(A) 8

(B) 10

80

99

(C) 8

(D) 9

125. Find the sum of all multiples of 15 from 12 to 120.

(A) 540

(B) 450

(C) 625

(D) 490

126. How many even numbers are there between 1 and

499?

(A) 250

(B) 249

(C) 251

(D) 252

127. If x2 + y2 + z2 = 500 and xy + yz + zx = 200, find the value

of x + y + z.

(A) 33

(B) 27

(C) 25

(D) 30

1

1

= 1, then find the value of 125x3 +

.

25 x

125x 3

(A) 125

(B) 105

(C) 115

(D) 110

129. Find the area of the triangle formed by joining the mid-

cm. Find the area of circumcircle of the square.

(A) 3564 cm2

(B) 7128 cm2

2

(C) 14256 cm

(D) 1728 cm2

135. In a trapezium ABCD, BAE = 30, CDE = 45, BC =

12 cm and AB = 24 cm. Find the area of the trapezium.

(A) 72 3 cm2

(B) 36 3 cm2

(C) 72 (3 + 3 ) cm2

(D) 36(3 + 3 ) cm2

136. In a quadrilateral ABCD, it is given that BD = 32 cm. If

AL BD and CM BD such that AL = 18 cm and CM

= 14 cm, then what is the area of quadrilateral ABCD?

(A) 512 cm2 (B) 568 cm2 (C) 288 cm2 (D) 572 cm2

137. In a triangle, if each interior angle is triple of each

exterior angle of a regular polygon with n sides, then

the value of n is

(A) 6

(B) 10

(C) 8

(D) 5

138. In the given figure, the values of x and y are in the

ratio

128. If x +

(A) 5 : 7

(B) 5 : 4

(C) 3 : 4

(D) 4 : 5

ABC = 75 and CAD = 60. Then ACD = ?

(A) 60

(B) 75

(C) 45

(D) 50

140. A child reshapes a cone made of clay of height 72 cm

and radius 18 cm into a sphere. Find the surface area

of the sphere.

(A) 324 cm2

(B) 1296 cm2

(C) 2592 cm2

(D) 972 cm2

141. If the volume of a cube is 205379m3, then the total

surface area of the cube is

(A) 15664.5 sq m

(B) 31329 sq m

(C) 10443 sq m

(D) 20886 sq m

142. What is the number of solid tennis balls each of radius

5 cm that can be moulded out of a sphere of diameter

50 cm?

(A) 125

(B) 25

(C) 625

(D) 225

143. The radii of the circular ends of a bucket of height 21

cm are 15 cm and 9 cm respectively. What is the volume

of the bucket?

(A) 9809 cm3

(B) 9607 cm3

(C) 9702 cm3

(D) 9303 cm3

144. A hollow sphere of internal and external diameters 8

cm and 20 cm respectively is melted into a cone of

base diameter 12cm. What is the height of the cone?

(A) 208 cm (B) 52 cm

(C) 102 cm (D) 104 cm

Directions (Q. 145-150): Read the following table

carefully and answer the questions given below.

(A) 93%

(B) 96%

(C) 85%

(D) 91%

148. The approximate average sex ratio for the year 2011

from all the given states is

(A) 951

(B) 948

(C) 956

(D) 972

149. The sex ratio of Bihar in 1991 is what percentage of the

total sex ratio in 1991 from all the states?

(A) 17.3% (B) 20%

(C) 29%

(D) 21%

150. The average sex ratio of Gujarat for all the given years

is

(A) 976

(B) 962

(C) 977

(D) 968

Directions: In question nos. 151-155, some parts of

the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out

which part of a sentence has an error and blacken the

rectangle [ ] corresponding to the appropriate letter (A),

(B), (C). If there is no error, blacken the rectangle [ ]

corresponding to (D) in the Answer Sheet.

151. The city police arrested four people and claimed to

(A)

solved the murder of the 38-year old woman who was

(B)

killed at her residence. No error

(C)

(D)

152. Stray cattle roaming freely on the roads disrupts traffic

(A)

(B)

and creates problems for the commuters in the city.

(C)

No error

(D)

153. I came to know that the leader together with his wife

(A)

(B)

and three daughters are returning from Mumbai.

(C)

No error

(D)

154. With the general elections less than two months far

(A)

away, several top actors of the Odia film industry have

(B)

braced themselves for a career in politics. No error

(C)

(D)

155. Days after parliament approved the creation of

(A)

Telangana, the government has set up an expert

(B)

committee to study and examine the demand of a

separate Bodoland state to be carved out of Assam.

(C)

No error

(D)

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Sex ratio (Number of females per 1000 males) of

selected states in India from census 1951-2011

State

AP

Assam

985 975 980

868 972

981

975

978

990

882 890

905

912

915

Bihar

972

990

944

950

Gujarat

940

990

980

970

HP

912

938 942

948

955

978

980

Rajasthan 850

865 870

875

890

910

930

and that of HP over all the given years is

(A) 411

(B) 211

(C) 424

(D) 510

146. The approximate average sex ratio of Bihar in all the

given years is

(A) 970

(B) 978

(C) 965

(D) 977

147. The sum of sex ratios of Assam for all the years is

what per cent of that of Bihar over all the given years?

are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate

word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question.

Choose the correct alternative out of the four and indicate

it by blackening the appropriate rectangle [ ] in the

Answer-Sheet.

156. The BJP prime ministerial candidate ________ at the

UPA for its indecisiveness and rued that even a

municipal head takes more decisions than the

government in Delhi.

(A) hit out

(B) make out

(C) take out

(D) bring about

157. Two relatively famous celebrities were ________

multiple charges of rape and sexual assault in the

British courts recently.

(A) acquitted from

(B) acquitted for

(C) acquitted of

(D) acquitted against

158. The accident ________ two deaths on the Indian

Navys submarine INS Sindhuratna will reinvigorate

several debates concerning the countrys defence

forces.

(A) claimed

(B) involving

(C) toll

(D) resulted

159. The electorate must ________ that the country can

ill-afford another coalition government and should

vote for a strong and stable government with a clear

majority .

(A) think in mind

(B) consider in mind

(C) make up in mind

(D) keep in mind

160. There is an urgent need for an ombudsman for the

media that will keep a ________ on the funding and

profitability of media houses.

(A) balance (B) vision (C) tab

(D) limit

Directions: In question nos. 161 to 165, out of the

four alternatives choose the one which best expresses the

meaning of the given word and mark it in your AnswerSheet.

161. Embroil

(A) misappropriate

(B) irritate

(C) embarrass

(D) complicate

162. Grate

(A) honourable

(B) mince

(C) clasp

(D) waste

163. Kindle

(A) knock

(B) kick

(C) ignite

(D) gadget

164. Laud

(A) praise

(B) emphatic

(C) rowdy

(D) boisterous

165. Parch

(A) freeze (B) wet

(C) dampen (D) dry

Directions: In question nos. 166 to 170, choose the

alternative opposite in meaning to the given word and mark

it in the Answer-Sheet.

166. Squeal

(A) screech

(B) conceal

(C) shriek

(D) shout

167. Rapture

(A) ecstasy

(B) puncture

(C) gossip

(D) despair

168. Onslaught

(A) retreat

(B) aggression

(C) attack

(D) start

169. Frenzy

(A) furore

(B) excitement

(C) calm

(D) hysteria

170. Perjury

(A) dishonesty

(B) deception

(C) injury

(D) truthfulness

Directions: In question nos. 171 to 175, four

alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase bold-italicised

in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best

expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase and mark it in

the Answer-Sheet.

171. Once in a blue moon you get some problems.

(A) not very often

(B) every month

(C) every week

(D) always

172. What happened is that the new results narrow down

the possibilities.

(A) escape

(B) reduce the number

(C) enhance

(D) induce

173. The IMF is not prepared to pony up the second half of

the $ 40 billion.

(A) accumulate

(B) pay the money

(C) withdraw

(D) receive

174. Most of the people are salt of the earth, good, and

working class people.

(A) shrewd

(B) cunning

(C) worthless

(D) respectable

175. He had been a rock in the shifting sands of her

existence.

(A) event

(B) changing situation

(C) way

(D) stability

Directions: In question nos. 176-180, a part of the

sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to

the underlined part at (A), (B) and (C) which may improve

the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no

improvement is needed your answer is (D). Mark your

answer in the Answer-Sheet.

176. If there is one lesson that can be learnt from the

UPA 1 and UPA 2 governments, is it that the greater

the presence of regional parties in a coalition at the

Centre, the greater the chances of a gridlocked,

dysfunctional government.

(A) it is greater that the (B) that it is the greater the

(C) it is that the greater the (D) No improvement

177. Suppose it take ten thousand hours to become an

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(A) Supposedly this take (B) It supposedly takes

(C) It takes supposing

(D) No improvement

178. The secretary general of Hockey Delhi has said there

is a five-member panel who see over the selections.

(A) which oversees

(B) who over see

(C) that see about

(D) No improvement

179. There are always early warning signs but often people

fail to take them seriously.

(A) often people fail

(B) then often people fail

(C) still people fail often (D) No improvement

180. The party high command had asked its leaders and

spokesperson to desist to making personalised attacks

against political opponents.

(A) to desist and make

(B) to desist from making

(C) to desist at

(D) No improvement

Directions: In question nos. 181 to 185, out of the

four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted

for the given words/sentence.

181. Young children who are just learning to walk

(A) Kid

(B) Toddler

(C) Juvenile

(D) Adolescent

182. In an uncertain or undecided state or condition

(A) Suspension

(B) Dilapidated

(C) Topsy-Turvy

(D) Limbo

183. Clever trick or plan that is used to get someone to do

something

(A) Magic

(B) Exorcise

(C) Ploy

(D) Hypnotism

184. Ceremony held in a university or college when

students receive their degrees

(A) Convocation

(B) Coronation

(C) Transition

(D) Congregation

185. Official orders given by a person with powers or by a

government

(A) Pronouncement

(B) Decree

(C) Mandate

(D) Pardon

Directions: In question nos. 186 to 190, four words

are given in each question, out of which only one word is

correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt word and indicate

it in the Answer Sheet by blackening the appropriate

rectangle.

186. (A) irrascibility

(B) irasibility

(C) irresibility

(D) irascibility

187. (A) ludicrus

(B) ludicres

(C) ludicrous

(D) ladicrous

188. (A) communique

(B) comunnique

(C) communnique

(D) communicke

189. (A) playwrite

(B) playwright

(C) playrite

(D) playright

190. (A) pussant

(B) puiscent

(C) puissant

(D) pussent

PASSAGE I (Question Nos. 191 to 195)

conceived of illness as emanating from an imbalance in the

basic vital elements phlegm, bile and gas (Kaf, Pitta, Vayu)

while the Chinese system of health assumed that it is the

breakdown in the dynamic harmony between the Yin and Yang

within the human body which is the cause of disease. On the

other hand, the modern health system believes in the germ

theory of disease. But significant advances are being made

towards a deeper understanding of health and disease at the

cellular and genetic level which may alter our understanding

of health and disease in a fundamental way in the near future.

However, in a generalised manner and in a certain sense, one

can also visualise health as silence of organs and disease

their revolt. Illness is not just the affliction suffered by the

individual but it may be seen, at least partly, by what the world

had done to the victim.

Illness is indeed a metaphor, as Susan Sontag has

pointed out. However, the metaphor of illness is not limited

to individual emotions and feelings. It can be used as a

fairly accurate proxy to delineate the dynamics and

architecture of relationship the individual enjoys with the

state and the society. It does tell us a lot to know that in the

US and many other developed western countries antidepressants, sleeping pills and similar other medicines

dealing with mental illnesses constitute a big chunk of the

expenditure on medicine. At the same time, in developing

countries of Asia and Africa, millions of children die of

diarrhoea and malnutrition. In these countries TB is still

among the major killer diseases even while cheap and

effective medicines exist for these.

The health status of the people in the country is an

important flag-post to evaluate the success of the state

policy. The health of the individual impacts the growth of

the nation in a very material sense. It has been estimated

that the differences in the growth performance of many

countries can be attributed to the health status of the

people. Public expenditure on health support programmes

in fact countributes quite tangibly in spurring the growth

in the country.

191. According to the ancient Indian system of medicine,

Ayurveda, what is the definition of illness?

(A) Illness is the breakdown in the dynamic harmony

between Yin and Yang within the human body.

(B) Illness is the result of imbalance in the basic vital

elements phlegm, bile and gas.

(C) Illness is a condition when anabolic process takes

over metabolic process.

(D) Illness is decided by inaction of a vital organ.

192. Which of the following statements is not true in the

context of the passage?

(A) In the developing countries of Asia and Africa

tuberculosis is still among major killer diseases.

(B) In a certain sense it can be said that health is the

silence of organs while disease is their revolt.

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of disease.

(D) Illness is just the affliction suffered by the

individual.

193. In the US and many other developed western countries

a big chunk of money is spent on medicine to deal

with

(A) heart diseases

(B) kidney diseases

(C) mental diseases

(D) respiratory diseases

194. Why is the health status of the people in the country

so important?

(A) Because it affects the growth of the nation in a

significant manner.

(B) Because it evaluates the success of the state

policy

(C) Because the growth performance of a country

depends upon the health status of the people.

(D) All the above

195. What is the meaning of the word emanating as used

in the given passage?

(A) cause

(B) result

(C) decision

(D) appearance

PASSAGE II (Question Nos. 196 to 200)

Over the years, the makers of modern India have been

parochialised by the sect or state to which they originally

belonged. Rabindranath Tagore, whose stories and

especially essays are of universal appeal, is now considered

an icon of Bengalis alone. Vallabhbhai Patel, without whose

efforts India would not be a united nation, is now hardly

remembered outside Gujarat. Jawaharlal Nehru, who helped

nurture a democratic ethos across India, is now the

property of a single party.

A fourth Indian who has become a victim of sectarian

diminution is BR Ambedkar. He is now known only for his

contributions to the emancipation of the subaltern castes.

To be sure, he did a great deal to instil a sense of dignity among

the oppressed. But we seem to have forgotten that he was

not just a militant Dalit, but also a wise democrat whose life

and thought can profitably be studied by all Indians,

regardless of the caste or religion to which they belong.

Our republic owes its existence to a constitution

whose drafting was overseen by Ambedkar. In his last

speech to the Constituent Assemblydelivered on

November 25, 1949Ambedkar issued three warnings that

are compellingly relevant to the predicament that the nation

finds itself in today. First, he urged his compatriots to

abandon the bloody methods of revolution. In the

circumstances of colonial rule, there were grounds for taking

to the streets to protest, and even perhaps to use violence.

But with the coming of a free, sovereign and democratic

republic, wrote Ambedkar, there can be no justification

for these unconstitutional methods. These methods are

are abandoned, the better for us.

Ambedkar would have been appalled by the activities

of his fellow Maharashtrian, Raj Thackeray. But he would

have had no time either for the Maoists, who claim to speak

on behalf of the disadvantaged. He would have urged them

to persuade rather than coerce citizens to their point of

view, to abandon the gun and enter the democratic process

that the Constitution had legitimised.

196. Why has it been said that Vallabhbhai Patel is now

hardly remembered outside Gujarat?

(A) Because Vallabhbhai Patel had done a lot only for

the state of Gujarat.

(B) Because he has become irrelevant in present

political scenario.

(C) Because our horizon of thinking has shrinked and

we have become short-sighted.

(D) All the above

197. Which of the following statements about BR Ambedkar

is not true? Give your answer in the context of the

given passage.

(A) He was a wise democrat whose life and thought

can profit all Indians.

(B) He has become a victim of sectarian diminution.

(C) He is now known as the well-wisher of the

subaltern castes.

(D) None of these

198. Why had Ambedkar urged his compatriots to abandon

the bloody methods of revolution?

(A) Because it is against the principle of Buddha and

Mahatma Gandhi.

(B) Because it is only a form of anarchy.

(C) Because in such type of revolution the victims

are only Dalits.

(D) Because such method of revolution is suitable

only against foreigners.

199. Had Ambedkar been alive today what would he have

done to handle the Maoists?

(i) He would have requested them to abandon the

path of bloodshed.

(ii) He would have urged them to coerce citizens to

their point of view.

(iii) He would have urged them to enter the democratic

process.

(A) Only (i)

(B) Only (iii)

(C) Only (i) and (ii)

(D) Only (i) and (iii)

200. What is the meaning of the word emancipation as

used in the passage?

(A) liberation

(B) emigration

(C) emotion

(D) comparison

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Answers

1. B;

2. A;

unit of pressure is Pascal.

4. D; Coal is used to produce thermal power

and water is used to produce hydro power.

5. C; 19 4 = 76; similarly, 21 4 = 84

The reverse order of 76 is 67 and that of 84

is 48.

6. B; The pattern x :

So, 62 :

x2

2

36

16

= 18; Similarly, 42 :

=8

2

2

8. D; All except vapour are different forms

of precipitation.

9. C; All others help in movement

10. B; The digit-sum of the position of the

first letter gives the second letter. The

pattern is as follows.

V = 22

2+2=4

D

T = 20

2+0=2

B

W = 23

2+3=5

E

Q = 17

1+7=8

H

11. D; All other pairs consist of prime

numbers.

12. C; Except C, all others are the squares of

a number.

542 = 2916, 462 = 2116, 382 = 1444

13. A; baab/baab/baab/baab

14. D; cba/abc/cba/abc/cba/abc

15. B;

16. B; Seclude

Section

Sentiment

Septic

17. C; Defer

Delete

Delirium

Delude

18. D; Efflorescent

Ensure

Entreat

Every

19. A;

20. C;

two places backward in the alphabet; the

second letter three place forward; and the

digit follows +3.

22. D; R 5 = M, M 4 = I, I 3 = F, F 2

= D, D 1 = C

23. A; The series is 15 + 12 = 16, 16 + 22 =

20, 20 + 32 = 29, 29 + 42 = 45

24. C; The series is 3 2 + 1 = 7, 7 2 + 2 =

16, 16 2 + 3 = 35, 35 2 + 4 = 74, 74 2

+ 5 = 153

25. B; 39 R 6 P 3 S 12 O 2

= 39 + 6 3 12 2

= 39 + 2 24

= 41 24 = 17

or, 11 + x = 17

or, x = 17 11 = 6

38. C; Some letters are answers (I) + No

answer is a question (E) = I + E = O = Some

letters are not questions. But conclusion I

and II make a complementry pair (I-O).

Hence either conclusion I or II follows.

39. B; Most clocks are fans (I) + Some fans

are walls (I) = I + I = No conclusion. Hence,

conclusion I does not follow.

Again, Some fans are walls

conversion

Some walls are fans. Hence conclusion II

follows.

40. D

41. C; Second number = 1st number + 9

= 15 + 9 = 24

Third number = 2nd number + 9 = 24 + 9

= 33

Similarly, in set (7, 16, 25), we get

Second number = 7 + 9 = 16

Third number = 16 + 9 = 25

26. D;

Similarly,

27. C;

DA = CB

AE = DA DE = 10 4 = 6m

28. A;

42. D;

2

= Second number

43. B

44. A

45. C

46. D

47. B

48. B

49. C

50. A

51. D

52. A 53. D

54. A 55. B

56. C

57. A 58. D

59. B 60. B

61. B

62. D 63. D

64. B 65. A

66. A

67. B 68. C

69. D 70. D

71. B

72. B 73. C

74. A 75. C

76. B

77. D 78. C

79. B 80. D

81. C

82. B 83. D

84. D 85. D

86. A

87. B 88. B

89. C 90. D

91. A

92. D 93. D

94. B 95. C

96. B

97. C 98. B

99. D 100. D

101. D; The sum of the square of even

1 cos 2

Now, sin =

1

4

or, cosec =

2

3

or, sin =

and tan =

sin

cos

3

2

=433

4

=8

3

104. B;

cos 60

sin 30

cos 65.cosec 25

tan 10 . tan 30 . tan 45. tan 60. tan 80

cos(90 30 )

+

sin 30

cos 65 . cos ec ( 90 65 )

tan 10 . tan 30 . tan 45 . tan( 90 30 ). tan( 90 10 )

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29. D; There is no T or N in the keyword.

30. A; There is no S in the keyword.

31. C; The meaningful word can be formed

32. D; D = 4

PUT = 16 + 21 + 20 = 57

So, PARROT = 16 + 1 + 18 + 18 + 15 + 20

= 88

33. B;

And

numbers from 2 to n =

So, HANG

BYWZ

34. A; (9 4) (7 + 6)

= 5 13 = 65

Similarly, (15 5) (2 + 6) = 10 8 = 80

So, (13 11) (16 + 8) = 2 24 = 48

35. C;

Similarly, (5 + 3)2 (4 + 2)2

= 64 36 = 28

So, (6 + 4)2 (5 + 3)2

= 100 64 = 36

37. C; 3 + 6 + 8 = 17

Similarly, 5 + 8 + 4 = 17

So, 4 + 7 + x = 17

n (n 1)(n 2)

6

22 + 42 + 62 + 82 + ... + 502 =

50(50 1)(50 2)

6

50 51 52

= 22100

6

2

2

2

And 2 + 4 + 6 + 82 ... + 162

=

16(16 1)(16 2)

16 17 18

=

= 816

6

6

Now, 182 + 202 + 222 + 242 + ... + 502 = 22100

816 = 21284

= (Sum of squares of 2 to 50 Sum of squares

of 2 to 16)

102. C; If the last digit of a number is 6, that

number raised to any power will give a

number with its last digit as 6.

Last digit of (496)496 = 6

Similarly, digit of (1016)260 = 6

For a number with 4 as last digit, 4 2n with

have 6 as its last digit.

Last digit of (524)524 = 6

Now, 6 6 6 will have its last digit as 6.

Hence, reqd answer = 6

103. B; Since lies in the third quadrant,

sin is negative and tan is positive.

=

sin 30

sin 30

cos 65 . sec 65

tan 10 . tan 30 . tan 45 . cot 30 . cot 10

1

cos 65

tan 10. tan 30. tan 45. cot 30. cot10

cos 65.

= 1

1

=2

1

105. B; LCM of 15, 16, 18, 20 and 24 = 720

Let the number to be divided by 13 be 720k

+ 3.

Now, 720k + 3 = 13 55 k + 5k + 3

Then, 720k + 3 is divisible by 13.

Put k = 2

So, 5k + 3 = 10 + 3 = 13 which is divisible by

13 .

Reqd number is 720k + 3 = 720 2 + 3

= 1440 + 3 = 1443

106. B; Let the HCF be x. Then LCM = 33x

Now, x + 33x = 952

or, 34x = 952

x = 28

We know LCM HCF = First number

second number,

Then 33x x = 42 Second number.

or, 33 28 28 = 42 Second number

= 1

33 28 28

616

42

107. D; Given tan + cot = 16

Squaring both sides, we get

tan2 + 2tan .cot + cot2 = 256

or, tan2 + 2 + cot2 = 256

or, tan2 + cot2 = 256 2

tan2 + cot2 = 254

Now, tan2 + cot2 + 20tan .cot

Second number =

1

tan

= 254 + 20 = 274

Reqd ratio =

254

274

127

= 127 : 137

137

108. D;

1

2

1

4

1

2

1

12

1

20

1

4

1

30

1

42

1

56

4

3

3 4 3 4

6

5

5 6 5 6

1

72

3

2

Then, 30

x = 20

x

2

3

5

4

4 5 4 5

7

6

6 7 6 7

or, 30 20 =

9 x 4x

6

or, 5x = 60

x = 12 minutes

112. D; Suppose x red balls are added.

8

7

7 8 7 8

or, 10 =

9

8

8 9 8 9

1

2

1

4

1 1

3 4

1 1

4 5

1 1

5 6

1 1

6 7

1 1 1 18 9 12 4 35

8 8 9

36

36

109. D; Given expression is

1

1

x

3300

= 165

20

The number of red balls that are added is

16 5.

113. C; Suppose x men are present in the

party.

T he n,

r 2 (300 r)

124 1003

=

10 10 310

= `4000

117. B; Here D1(M1 + B1) = D2(M2 + B2)

or, 15(6M + 12B) = 20(4M + 10B)

or, 90M + 180B = 80M + 200B

or, 10M = 20B

1 man = 2 boys

6 men = 6 2 = 12 boys

Now, 6 men + 12 boys = 12 + 12 = 24 boys

And 10 men + 10 boys = 20 boys + 10 boys

= 30 boys

24 boys can do a piece of work in 15

days.

30 boys can do a piece of work in

24 15

30

K

KUNDAN

x 1

x 1 1

x 1

x 4 1

x 4

x

x 2

x 3

x 2 1

x 2

x=

x 3 1

x 3

x 5 1

x 5

x

x

2

1

x

x

3

2

x

x

4

3

x

x

5

4

x

x

61 x

25

1100 +

x

100

100

61x

100

25x

150 x

1100 =

1100

100

100

or,

150x

x 1100

100

or,

50 x

100

6

5

= 12 days

118. A; 50 men can do piece of a work in 50

days.

M1D1 = 50 50 = 2500

Total work = 2500

After every 10 days 5 men left the work.

We will find work of 10 days by 50 men 45

men, 40 men, ... 15 men till 2500 work is

finished.

500

1

2

3

4

1038

1038

1038

13

13

13

13

1038

7

9

1038

13

13

= 6 1038 +

= 6 1038 +

1

13

2

3

13 13

4

13

7

13

1 2 3 4 7 9

13

26

13

= 6 1038 + 2 = 6230

111. A; Suppose after x minutes they have

equal lengths.

In 20 minutes, the first candle burns 30 cm.

= 20 cm

In x minutes the second candle will burn

2

x

3

Sum of % loss and gain

40 100

= `80

50

115. B; Marked price of mobile = `18000

Price of mobile after successive discounts of

20% and 10%

=

= 6 1038 +

3

x

2

400

350

300

250

200

50

2500

Man

day

or, 15 x = 50

1100

1100 100

= 2200

50

Hence, there were 2200 men present in the

party.

114. A; Difference of selling price = `40

Sum of percentage profit and loss = 20 + 30

= 50%

CP of the article

9

13

450

50 10 45 10 40 10 35 10 30 10 25 10 20 10 15 x

50 10

1

= 3 days

15 3

3

Total time = 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10

x=

or, x =

1038

20

x

30

64

x

100

64 x

100

x 6

x

110. B;

x 15

80

=

45

20

or, 20x + 300 = 3600

or, 20x = 3300

Then,

or, x =

1

1

1

x 4

x 5

x 1

x

2

3

x+ x

3

2

Difference (100)3

116. D; Sum =

90 80

= 18000

= `12960

100 100

Real CP of mobile = 12960 + 240 = `13200

Selling price of mobile = `16000

Profit = (SP CP) = (16000 13200)

= `2800

Pr ofit

2800

100 =

100

Profit % =

CP

13200

21%

1

1

= 73 days

3

3

119. C; The part of the cistern filled by X

+ 10 + 3

1

1

6 5

11

=

=

15 18

90

90

The part of the cistern filled by X and Y in 6

and Y in 1 minute =

minutes =

11

11

6 =

90

15

11

4

=

15

15

Y can fill the cistern in 18 minutes.

Remaining part = 1

Y can fill

in

4

part of the cistern

15

18

24

4 =

minutes

15

5

Time taken by Y to fill the cistern

4

minutes

5

120. A; The wrong sum = 40 20 = 800

Now, the correct sum = 800 + (14 + 24)

(42 + 41) = 838 83 = 755

= 4

Correct mean =

755

= 37.75

20

121. A;

Now, x + y = 13 2 42 + 13 + 2 42 = 26

And x y = (13 2 42 ) (13 + 2 42 )

= 169 4 42 = 169 168 = 1

x2

y

So,

y)3 3xy (x

xy

(x

Let ABCD be a rhombus of side 40 cm

And BAD = BCD = 60

The diagonals of the rhombus are BD and

AC which intersect at point O. The diagonals

of the rhombus intersect each other at 90.

AC and BD are bisectors of BAD and

ABC respectively.

AOB is a right-angle triangle such that

BAO = 30, AOB = 90, AB = 40 cm.

OA

cos BAO =

AB

y2

x 3 y3

=

x

xy

y)

498

= 249

2

Hence, the number of even numbers between

1 to 499 is 249.

127. D; Given x2 + y2 + z2 = 500

Now, xy + yz + zx = 200

(x + y + z)2 = x2 + y2 + z2 + 2(xy + yz + zx)

or, (x + y + z)2 = 500 + 2 (200)

or, (x + y + z)2 = 500 + 400

or, n =

= 263 3 (26)

= 17576 78 = 17498

123. B; Given x(x + y + z) = 49

y(x + y + z) = 50

z(x + y + z) = 70

Adding all three equations, we get

x(x + y + z) + y(x + y + z) + z(x + y

= 49 + 50 + 70

or, (x + y + z) (x + y + z) = 169

or, (x + y + z)2 = 169

or, x + y + z =

number is 2 and the last even number is 498.

Then tn = 498, a = 2 and common difference

d=2

Now, tn = a + (n 1).d

or, 498 = 2 + (n 1).2

... (i)

... (ii)

... (iii)

+ z)

or, x + y + z =

900

x+y+z=

30

1

=1

25x

Multiplying both sides by 5, we get

128. D; x +

169

K

KUNDAN

OA

40

or, cos30 =

or,

x+y+z=

OA

3

=

40

2

or, OA =

40

OA = 20 3

BO = 20 cm

2 1

3 :1

7 6

122. A; Given, x =

And y =

Again,

7 6

7 6

7 6

7 2 42

1

3 2

7 6

= 13 + 2 42

Now, Sn =

80 79

81 1 = 9 1 = 8

n

(First term + last term)

2

8

(15 120)

=

2

= 4 (135) = 540

53

1

125x 3

3.5x

1

5x

5x

1

5x

1

5x

125

= 125

3

or, 125x

3

or, 125x

4 3 ...

125x 3

1

125x 3

5x

3 5 125

120

n=

=8

15

= 13 2 42

7

Similarly, y =

3 2

3 2 and so on

So, the expression is

2 1

1

5x

2 1

which has a common difference of 15.

Now, from 12 to 120, the first term a

= 15

Common difference, d = 15

tn = last term = 120

tn = a + (n 1).d

or, 120 = 15 + (n 1) 15

( 7 6 )2

76

7 2 42

1

5x

125x 3

2 1

2 1

2 1

7 6

Now, x =

...

3

or, 125x

2 1

=

1

81 80 =

7

2 1

2 1

And BD = 2 OB = 2 20 = 40 cm

Reqd ratio = 40 3 : 40 =

3

or, 125x

Now, AC = 2 OA = 2 20 3 = 40 3 cm

81

1

BO

or,

=

2

40

5x +

Now,

BO

or, sin30 =

AB

1

=5

5x

Again, cubing both sides,

52

80

OB

AB

sin BAO =

3

2

13

Now, 4(x + y + z) = 4 13 =

124. C; Given expression is

125x 3

1

125x 3

125 15

110

129. D;

of AB, BC and CA respectively.

Here x1 = 3, x2 = 5, x3 = 3

And, y1 = 4, y2 = 5, y3 = 6

Area of triangle ABC

1

[ x1 ( y 2 y 3 ) x 2 ( y 3 y1) x 3 ( y1 y 2 )]

2

1

[3(5 6) 5(6 4) 3(4 5)]

2

1

1

[3 10 3] =

4 = 2 unit2

2

2

Area of PQR =

1

Area of ABC

4

1

2 = 0.5 sq unit

4

= 120m

Width of RS = 80 + (10 + 10) = 100m

Area of the path = Area of PQRS Area of

ABCD = (120 100) (100 80) = 4000m2

134. B;

= Area of ABD + Area of BCD

130. A;

= 2 Area of incircle of square

=2

In the above figure, A = (4, 3), B = (3, 5), C

= (5, 3) and D = (4, 2)

In ABC

x1 = 4, x2 = 3, x3 = 5

y1 = 3, y2 = 5, y3 = 3

Two triangles ABC, ACD are formed.

Again, the area of ABC

=

=2

22

9 9 14 = 7128 cm2

7

2n 4

n

135. C;

360

n

According to the question,

K

KUNDAN

1

[x (y y3) + x2(y3 y1) + x3(y1 y2)]

2 1 2

1

[4 (5 3) + 3(3 3) 5(3 5)]

2

In

1

[ x1 ( y 2 y 3 ) x 2 ( y 3 y1) x 3 ( y1 y 2 )]

2

1

[5(2 3) (4)(3 3) 4(3 2)]

2

1

45

[25 0 20] =

= 22.5 sq units

2

2

Area of ABCD = Area ABC + Area of

ACD = 9 + 22.5 = 31.5 sq units

131. C; Given equation is 50x + 150y = 450

Dividing both sides by 50, we get

x + 3y = 9

... (i)

On substituting x = 18 in equation (i), we get

18 + 3y = 9

or, 3y = 9

y = 3

Hence, meeting point = (x, y) = (18, 3)

132. A; Side of square tiles = HCF of 18 and

15 = 3 metres

18 15

Number of square tiles =

= 30

3 3

133. A;

BEA,

BE

AB

sin30 =

(Given AB = 24 cm)

1

1

[8 + 0 + 10] =

(18) = 9 units

2

2

Again, area of ACD

=

9 14

1

1

32 18

32 14 = (288 + 224) cm2

2

2

= 512 cm2

137. C; In a triangle sum of the interior angles

= 90(2n 4)

=

BE =

90 (2n 4)

360

3

n

n

or, 90(2n 4) = 3 360

or, 180n 360 = 1080

or, 180n = 1440

1

1

AB =

24 = 12 cm

2

2

n=

1440

=8

180

138. A;

CF

= tan45

DF

or, CF = DF

CF = DF = BE = 12 cm

In CDF,

AE

= cos 30 =

AB

3

2

3

= 24

2

So, AD = AE + EF + FD

AE = AB

3

= 12 3 cm

2

= 12 3 + 12 + 12 = 12 3 + 24

= 12( 3 + 2) cm2

139. C;

=

ADB = DBC

or, 35 = 5y

y = 7

Now, ABD = BDC

or, 15x = 75

x = 5

So, the values of x and y are 5 and 7

respectively.

Reqd ratio = 5 : 7

1

(AD BC) BE

2

1

{12 (2

2

=

12

[12 (2

2

12

12(2

2

= 6 12(3 +

136. A;

B = D = 75

(Opposite angles of a parallelogram are

equal)

In ACD, CAD + ACD + ADC = 180

or, 60 + ACD + 75 = 180

or, ACD = 180 135

ACD = 45

140. B; Volume of cone = Volume of sphere

3 ) 12} 12

3 ) 12]

3 1)

3 ) = 72(3 +

3 )cm2

1

4

r 2h =

3

3

or, r2h = 4R3

or,

R3

or, R =

or, R =

8

= 4 cm

2

Volume of the hollow sphere

1

r 2h 3

R2 =

4

1

18 18 72 3

R = 18 cm

So, the surface area of the sphere = 4 R 2

= 4 18 18

= 1296 cm2

141. D; Volume of the cube = 205379m3

Let the side of the cube be a.

So, a3 = 205379

1

4

(R13 R 23 )

3

4

4

(1000 64) =

(936) = 1248 cm3

3

3

or, a = (205379) 3

a = 59 metres

So, total surface area = 6.a 2

= 6 59 59 = 20886 sq metres

142. A; Diameter of the sphere = 50 cm

Radius of the sphere = 25 cm

1

3

12

= 6 cm

2

1

R 2h

3

152. B; Replace disrupts traffic and creates

with disrupt traffic and create

153. C; Replace are with is

154. A; Delete far

155. D 156. A 157. C 158. B 159. D

160. C 161. D 162. B 163. C 164. A

165. D 166. B 167. D 168. A 169. C

170. D 171. A 172. B 173. B 174. D

175. B 176. C 177. B 178. A 179. D

180. B 181. B 182. D 183. C 184. A

185. B 186. D 187. C 188. A 189. B

190. C 191. B 192. D 193. C 194. D

195. B 196. C 197. D 198. B 199. D

200. A

(6) 2 h

1

36 h = 12 h

3

Now, both volumes are equal.

So, 12 h = 1248

=

K

KUNDAN

Volume of the sphere =

4 3

r

3

4

25 25 25

3

Radius of a tennis ball = 5 cm

4

3

4

3

5 5 5

25 25 25

4

3

1248

12

= 104 cm

145. B; Sum of sex ratios of AP

= 985 + 975 + 980 + 981 + 975 + 978 + 990

= 6864

Sum of sex ratios of HP

= 912 + 938 + 942 + 948 + 955 + 978 + 980

= 6653

Reqd difference = 6864 6653 = 211

146. A; Total sex ratio of Bihar

= 972 + 974 + 980 + 984 + 990 + 944 + 950

= 6794

h=

5 5 5

Reqd average =

= 5 5 5 = 125

143. C;

147. D; Reqd % =

6794

= 970

7

100

Sex ratio of Bihar

6244

100 91%

6794

148. C; Total sex ratio of 2011

= 990 + 915 + 950 + 970 + 980 + 930

= 5735

Reqd % =

from ABC then the remaining part EDCB is

known as frustum. Here the bucket is a

frustum.

Volume of the frustum

=

1

3

22

21(152 9 2 15 9)

7

= 9702 cm3

3

(R 2

144. D; R1 =

r2

R r )h

5735

= 956

6

149. A; Sex ratio of Bihar in 1991 = 990

Total sex ratio in 1991

= 975 + 905 + 990 + 955 + 990 + 890

= 5705

Average =

990

100 = 17.3%

5705

150. B; Reqd average

Reqd % =

20

= 10 cm

2

7

6735

= 962

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