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SSC MOCK TEST 28 (SOLUTION)


18. (B) 9 2 = 18

+1

216

::

(6)

(12)

12

+1

1728

9 5 = 45

9 9 = 81
9 6 = 54
19. (C) Priti > Rahul > Yamuna = Divya > Manju
> Lokita
20. (A) Man
Wife
Sister-in-law

+1

+1

4. (C) MOUSE : KPSTC : : LIGHT : JJEIR


-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
1 + 3 + 2 = 6 and
2 + 9 + 0 = 11

Cousin
Son
21. (D) 24 + 16 - 8 = 32
40 - 8 = 32
32 = 32 (correct)

22. (A) Prem

Brother

Maruti

Sita

1 + 4 + 7 = 12

6. (A)

Son

Sister

Simran
er
ht
ug
da

5. (A) 264 2
132
870 3
290
Similarly,
735 5
147

::

So
n

Place
value

Place
value

1. (B)
2. (D)
3. (A)

Keshav
Son

Sunil

Cousin

Conceptual Modelling Logical Modelling


2
4
Scheme Refinement
6

Physical Model
5

Implementation
1
7. (A) b a a/b b b b/ a a b b / b
8. (D) a b c a b b c a b c a a b c a c b
9. (C)
10. (D) Except option (D) all diseases are related
to lock of vitamins
11 (D)
12. (D) (A) 563 - 547 = 16
(B) 71 - 55 = 16
(C) 523 - 517 = 6
(D) 248 - 231 = 17
13. (D) 10 1 + 0 = 1
(1)
13
1+3=4
(2)
234
2+3+4=9
(3)

682
997

6 + 8 + 2 =16
9 + 9 + 7 = 25

(4)
(5)

Maruti is the son of Simaran and Sunil is


the son of Simran's brother/sister
keshav.So,Sunil
will be cousion
of Maruti.
+2
+2
+3
+3
+3

L +2
I Analysis
G +2H +3T+2
Requiremen
ts
681
23. (D) MASTER
A
F I(A)
JO
R
MI-9
R U K-11
H MM-13
P
3G-7
C-3
E-5
24.
NATION
place
+5 +2
value 12
+5
+5
+5
7 8 +220
+2 9 +2
+2
25. (B) TALENT
26. (C)

+8 +8 +8 +8 +8
place17
value
20
15 16 28

A = 122
B = 224
place value

Similarly,
L = 12 2 24
place value

A = 122
place value

D = 428
place value

Y = 25 2 50
place value

So, LADY = 24 + 2 + 8 + 50 = 84
27. (C)
L E A D E R

14. (B)
place value 12

15. (A) bc cde de efg fg ghi

5 1 4

5 18

+8 +8 +8 +8 +8
20 13 9 12 13

+8
26

Similarly,
16. (B)
17. (C) 5

16
(3+1)

(3+3)

51

158
(3+5)

481
(3+7)

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28. (D) According to question the new form of 37. (D)
COMMUNICATIONS will be
38. (D)
or
OCMMNUCI TAOISN
decades
th
10 letter from right
years
y d c
centuries
29. (C) 8 20 5 + 9 - 3 = 38
8 4 + 9 - 3 = 38
32 + 9 - 3 = 38
Conclusions : I.
41 - 3 = 38
II.
38 = 38 (correct)
III.
30. (B) 33 * 11 3 - 6 = 115
39. (D)
40. (D)
41. (D)
42. (D)
43. (C)
44. (D)
45. (A)
46. (D)
47. (D)
48.
(A)
49.
(B)
11

11
6
=
115

50. (C) The numerical groups of BEST will be 121 - 6 = 115


B 00, 12, 24, 31, 43
115 = 115 (correct)
E 03, 10, 22, 34, 41
31. (A) 15 + 24 3 6 = 17
S 58, 65, 77, 89, 96
15 + 8 6 = 17
T 59, 66, 78, 85, 97
23 6 = 17
17 = 17 (correct)
1
51. (C) Work done by (A + B) in 1 day =
32. (D) (14 2) 12
84
12
(18 2) 9
81
Similarly,
1
Work done by (B + C) in 1 day =
(x 2) 11
88
20
or (88 11) 2
1
or 8 2 = 16
Work done by (C + A) in 1 day =
33. (D) 3 4 5 = 60
60 2
58
15
A 111
B

1
33
36
5 6 2 = 60
60 2
58

6 = 115
Work
done by 2(A + B + C) in 1 day
3 36
8 4 2 = 64
64 2
62
1
1
1
O
Similarly,
+
+
=
12 20 15
7 6 3 = 126
126 2
124
F
G
34. (C) 4 9 = 36
=6
5+3+4
12
1
=
=
=
D
E
C
60
60
5
3 27 = 81 = 81 = 9
Similarly,
1
Work done by (A + B + C) in 1 day =
10
2 x = 10
Hence A, B & C together complete the
or, 2 x = 10 10
or, 2x = 100
work in 10 days.
x = 100 2 = 50
1
35 (D)
52. (B) Work done by (A + B) in 1 day =
3

Work done by (A + B) in 2 days =


Remaining work = 1
36. (A) Horn

8 km

3 km

2 km

1 km

E
1 km

OF = OA FA [Here, FA = BC+DE = 2+1=3km]


= 8 km - 3 km
= 5 km

Now

2
3

2
1
=
3
3

1
work in completed by only A in 2 days.
3

1 work in completed by only A in

= 2 3 = 6 days
Work done by B alone in 1 day
=

2 1
1
=
6
6

B alone can do the same work in 6 days.

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53. (B) Let B's 1 hr. work =

57. (D) TSA of a sphere = 8


= 8
r2 = 2

1
x

A's 1 hr. work = 80% of


=

80 1

100 x

4
5x

1
x

r =

unit

Volume of the sphere =


=

ATQ,

4
( 2 )3
3
8 2
cubic unit
3

58. (C) Volume of the water in conical flask

4
2
=
5x
15

Volume of the water in cylindrical flask

15 4
=6
52

= (mr )2 H

B can do the work in 6 hrs.

54. (C) A rational number between


=

ATQ,
3
and
8

1 2
r h = m 2r 2H
3

1 3 3
+
2 4 8

1 2
1
h
r h
2 2 =
3
m r
3m 2

59. (A) CP of 12 pairs of socks = 80% of 180

1 6 + 3
= 2 8

1 2
r h
3

A
3
10500
48
90
2r 2 480B
4

4120
12
100

1 9
9
=
2 8 16

55. (D) Product of two co-prime numbers = 117 D


Q Co-prime numbers have no common
factor other than 1.
Their LCM = 117

80
180
100

= Rs. 144

CCP of 1 pair of socks

= Rs.

144
12

= Rs. 12
No. of pairs of socks available for Rs. 48

56. (D)

= 4 pairs

60. (B)

MP = Rs. 12000
SP = Rs. 10500
Let x% discount is given on the MP of
the table.

Let ABCD is a square of side x unit.


Side x unit.
Its diagonal = 2x
A1 : Area of the circle (whose diameter is
x
2

Then,

12000(100 x )
= 10500
100

the side of the square) = sq. unit

100 x

A2 : Area of the circle (whose diameter is

2x
the diagonal of the square) = 2 sq.

61. (C)

MP

A1 : A 2 = 1 : 2

= 87.5

= 100 87.5
= 12.5%

= Rs. 480

SP (after 10% discount)=

unit
x2

A1
4 =1
A2 =
2x 2 2

= Rs. 432
CP

SP 100

= 100 + % gain
=

432 100
= Rs. 400
108

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When no discount is given,


Profit = 480 400 = Rs. 80
% gain =

No. of ball left in the box


= (100 + 50 + 50) (25 + 25)
= 150
No. of black balls = 50

80 100
= 20%
400

62. (B) Let the price of a school bag = Rs. 7x


& the price of a pair of shoes = Rs. 5x
ATQ,
7x 5x = 200
x = 100
Price of a pair of shoes = 5x = Rs. 500
63. (A) Let P gets Rs. x.
Share of Q
= Rs. (x + 30)
Share of R = Rs. (x + 30) + 60
= Rs. (x + 90)
Now,
P + Q + R = x + (x + 30) + (x + 90)
300 = 3x + 120
x
= Rs. 60
P : Q : R = 60 : 90 : 150
= 2: 3:5
64. (B) Let x1, x2, ...., x9 be nine numbers.
Then,

= 50

% of black balls =

50 100
150
1
3

= 33 %
68. (A) Suppose each car takes t sec time to
reach the crossing.
40
t

V1

& V2 =

V1
V2

40
4
t
= 50
=
5
t

50
t

They do not collide if V1 : V2 4 : 5 .


69. (A) Let the distance = x m
& the speed
= y m/s

x
Time 't'
= y secons
x1 + x2 + ...... + x9
= 450
x1, x2 + x3 + x4 + x5
= 5 54 = 270
New speed when half distance is
x1 + x 2 +x ....
4000
3+ x 9
x7 + x8 + x9 = 52 3
= 156
covered
in double time.
1009
x6 = (x1 + x2 + .... + x9) [(x1 + x2 + ...+ x5)
x
x
+ x7 + x8 + x9]
y
2
= 450 [270 + 156]
=
= 2x =
2t
4
= 450 426 = 24
2
y
65. (B) Average of 1st 9 integral multiple of 3.

3 + 6 + 9 + 12 + 15 + 18 + 21 + 24 + 27
9

3[1 + 2 + 3 + ... + 9]
=
9

3 9 10
= 15
92

66. (C) CP of the article =

9 10
2
9

300 100
= Rs. 250
120

(250 235) 100


250

15 100
= 6%
250

67. (B) Blue balls withdrawn

= 25% of 100
25
100
=
100

= 25
Red balls withdrawn = 50% of 50
= 25

y
=4:1
4

70. (D) Q SI1 = SI2

New SP = Rs. 235


% loss

Ratio of the two speeds = y :

71. (D)

5000 12 2
100

5000 12 2
4000 3

= 10%
x2 3x + 1 = 0
x2 + 1 = 3x
x2 +1
=3
x

x+

1
x

2
Now, x + x +

2
= x +

=3

1
1
+ 2
x x

1
1
+ x +
2
x
x

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x + 1 = 8x 48
x =7

= x +

1
1

2 + x +
x
x

Fraction =

= 32 2 + 3 = 10
72. (B)

4x 3 4y 3 4z 3
+
+
=0
x
y
z

=0

4+4+4

=0

74
3
=
7
7

78. (A) x2 + y2 + z2 = 2x + 2y + 2z
It is possible only when
x2 = 2x
y2 = 2y
z2 = 2z
y = 2, 0
z = 2, 0
x = 2, 0
When x = y = z = 0
=3
When x = y = z = 2

12

1
1
1
+
+
=1
1+ x 1+ y 1+ y

=4

79. (C) C

73. (A) 2 50 + 18 72
=

2 552 + 332 662

25 2 + 3 2 6 2

(10 + 3 6) 2

?
A

C + CAD = 90 ( Q ADC = 90 )
CAD + BAD = 90 (Q A = 90 , given)

= 7 2 = 7 1.414 = 9.898
74. (C) a2 + b2 + 4c2 = 2(a + b 2c) 3
a2 + b2 + 4c2 2a 2b + 4c + 3 = 0
(a2 2a + 1) + (b2 2b + 1) + (4c2 + 4c + 1) = 0
(a 1)2 + (b 1)2 + (2c + 1)2 = 0
It is possible only when a = 1, b = 1, c =
a2 + b2 + c2

1
= (1)2 + (1)2 +
2

=1+1+
= 2

C + CAD = CAD + BAD

Q
55
4
=13
1BAD
1
114y 31 4z 3
4
(
EBG)
ABC)
xx1
1
+++
++ 1 + +

+
3
1xx80.
xy1z+ yz 1y+ z z
z
xxxy(B)
+2
A

1
4

1
4

75. (C) x = 289K + 18


= 17 17K + 17 + 1
= 17(17K + 1) + 1
= 17 M + 1
When x is divided by 17,
Remainder = 1
y=1
76. (B) For x = 0, y = 0, here
ax + by + c = 0 passes through origin
77. (A) Let the denominator = x
the number = x 4
New numerator = x 4 2 = x 6
New denominator = x + 1
ATQ,
x + 1 = 8(x 6)

ABC is a triangle and G is its centroid.


Mark an another point E on AG s.t. AE=EG
AE = EG (by assumption)
ar
= ar (EBG) ---------(i)
[A median of a triangle divides
it into 2 triangles of equal area]
also G is the mid pt of ED
= ar (BGD) -------(ii)
ar
[same reason]
from (i) & (ii)
ar (BGD) =

1
ar(ABD) --------(A)
3

Similarly we can write


ar (CGD) =

1
ar(ACD) --------(B)
3

from (A) & (B)

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ar(BGC) =

(say)

1
ar(ABC)
3

x + x + 110 = 180
x = 35

1
= 48
3

= 16 sq. cm
81. (A)

= 25 + 35 = 60
84. (A)

C
P

A
B
Chords AC & BD intersect at P.
AP.PC = BP.PD
[ when any two chords of a circle
intersect each other at a point inside
it, the rectangle so formed by the
segments of one chord must be equal
to the rectangle formed by the
segments of the other chords]

82. (C)

Let ON = x cm
In
,
PN2 = OP2 ON2
= 72 x2
... (i)
In
,
PN2 = PB2 BN2
= 122 (7 + x)2
... (ii)
2
2
7 x = 122 (7 + x)2
49 x2 = 144 (49 + 14x + x2)
49 x2 = 144 49 14x x2
14x = 144 98
x

23
cm
7

40 12
PQ ++==
P= 60

180
PRQ
OQR
PQR
ORQ
ORQ

xBAE
QOR
8 ==180
ABC
~

50

PNO
AEB
ABE
ABD
OPR
BAC
BAE
+P
20
+
=+=
130
+

110
50
20

ABE
ORP
ACD
BAE
= 180
+=25
180
ORQ

PNB

ABE
AB
PQ
12
23
PQ
7BC
46
=+= 12 c
7
m
BC
PQ
QR
Height
of the tower = 60 m.
8
7 1
40
14
A
c
m

B
A cmN(C)
x OA
1285.
7 cm

B
E

Shadow
8 cm

C
20

Shadow
40 m

D
AEB + BEC = 180 (Linear pair)

Also,
(Angles in the same segment of
a cirle are equal)

NB = NO + OB
=

83. (C)

23 + 49 72
2
=
= 10 cm
7
7
7

In

,
(Angle sum property of a triangle)

O
Q
Q

110

86. (A) Equilateral.

OP = OR

In OQR ,
OQ = OR
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87. (A)

= sin [ 2 + 1 1] =

A
D

tan =

90. (B)

re
wi
60

sin sin

=n
cos cos

M
36 m

60

sin cos

=n
cos sin

24 m
C

DC = MB
MB = 24 m
AM = AB BM
= 36 24 = 12 m
In
,

=n
cos
cos

=n

cos
cos

n
m

n
m

= sin60

AD

3
2

4 3 3 2

=
=

=
=

n2
m

cos2

Q
2222 cos
2
2
n
tan
cos

AMD
12

22)(cos
sin
AM
12
1
cos

2
sin
+
222sin

(cos
sin
sin2 ) 2
1 +sin
cot
sin
sin
1

sin2
n

sin3 cos 1
AD
cos2
cos
m2 =
2
m

1
1

1
cos sin

sin sin

m = sin = n cos
m 2 (1 cos2 ) = n 2 cos2

sin
1

1 cos sin

m 2 1 = n 2 cos2 cos2

sin2 (1 cos )
(1 cos )(sin )

n2 1

m2 1

sin

= m
Q
sin

sin

Q sin = m

= 8 3m

1
1

88. (A)
cos ec cot sin

(1 cos ) (1 cos )
(1 cos )(sin )
(1 cos )[(1 + cos ) 1]
(1 cos )(sin )

cot

89. (C) cos + sin

= 2 cos
=

Now,

91.

= cos2
2

(B) cos4 sin4 =


3

cos sin

sin = sin
1
2 1
2 1

sin

2 +1
= sin 2 1 1

92. (A)

tan =

2
3

2
3

3
4

cot =
cosec

2
3

2
3

sin
2 1

2 sin

4
3

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= 1+

Marks obtained in Social Science

16
9

25
5
=
9
3

=
1

sec2

1
cos ec 2

600 400
100
400

= 50%
96. (C) No. of students in science faculty in 2001-02
= 400
Total students= 150 + 200 + 400 + 600
= 1350
% of students in science faculty
=

400
100
1350

= 29.6%
Marks obtained in English
=

60
810 = 135
360

Marks obtained in Physics


=

70
810 = 157.5
360

Total marks in (English, Physics and


Social Science) = 450
Total marks in (Maths & Chemistry)
= 360
% of marks in (English, Physics, Social
Science) =

250
100
1600

= 15.6%
95. (A) No. of science students in 2001-02
= 400
No. of science students in 2003-04
= 600
% increase in science students
=

90
810 = 202.5
360

Marks obtained in Chemistry


=

= cos2 + sin2 = 1
94. (B) No. of students in law faculty in 2003-04
= 250
Total students= 250 + 250 + 600 + 500
= 1600
% of students in law faculty

97. (D)

Marks obtained in Maths


=

93. (A) (1 + tan2 ) + (1 + cot2 )

55
810 = 123.75
360

85
810 = 191.25
360

450
100
810

500
%
9

% of marks in (Maths & Chemistry)


=

360
100
810

400
%
9

500

400

Difference = 9 9 %

100
1
% = 11 %
9
9

98. (D) Difference of marks between Physics &


Chemistry
= 191.25 157.5
= 33.75
Difference of marks between Social
Science & Chemistry
= 157.5 123.75
= 33.75
99. (C) Marks obtained in (Maths & Chemistry)
= 360
Marks obtained in (Physics & Social
Science)
= 315
Difference
= 45
100. (D) Marks obtained in English = 135

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SSC MOCK TEST 28 (ANSWER KEY)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

B
D
A
C
A
A
A
D
C
D
D
D
D
B
A
B
C
B
C
A
D
A
D
A
B

26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.

C
C
D
C
B
A
D
D
C
D
A
D
D
D
D
D
D
C
D
A
D
D
A
B
C

51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68.
69.
70.
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.

C
B
B
C
D
D
D
C
A
B
C
B
A
B
B
C
B
A
A
D
D
B
A
C
C

76. B
77. A
78. A
79. C
80. B
81. A
82. C
83. C
84. A
85. C
86. A
87. A
88. A
89. C
90. B
91. B
92. A
93. A
94. B
95. A
96. C
97. D
98. D
99. C
100. D

101. C
102. B
103. B
104. A
105. B
106. D
107. C
108. C
109. C
110. D
111. A
112. C
113. A
114. C
115. C
116. A
117. B
118. C
119. B
120. C
121. B
122. D
123. D
124. D
125. B

126. B
127. C
128. B
129. B
130. B
131. C
132. B
133. B
134. C
135. B
136. B
137. D
138. D
139. C
140. C
141. C
142. C
143. D
144. C
145. C
146. C
147. C
148. C
149. C
150. B

151. C
152. C
153. A
154. B
155. A
156. A
157. B
158. D
159. D
160. B
161. C
162. D
163. C
164. C
165. C
166. C
167. A
168. C
169. C
170. C
171. D
172. C
173. D
174. C
175. B

176. C
177. B
178. B
179. A
180. C
181. D
182. B
183. B
184. D
185. B
186. D
187. D
188. A
189. B
190. A
191. B
192. D
193. D
194. A
195. B
196. C
197. D
198. B
199. C
200. D

151 (C); 'On' in place of 'in'


152 (C); 'between' in place of 'among'
153 (A); Add 'it' before 'being'
154 (B); 'Will' in place of 'would'
155 (A); Put 'not only' before 'anxious'

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