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In the following figure AB||DF, if ∠ABC = 63° and ∠CDE = 37°,

**then find ∠BCD:
**

a) 110° b) 90° c) 100° d) 95°

2. In the following figure, AB||CD||EF||GH||IJ, if AI is 100cm, AC = 2CE = 3EG = 4GI, find the value of

a) 40cm

b) 36 cm

c) 44cm

d) 50cm

3. Find how many points strictly lie inside the region made by the line x+y = 21, and the co-ordinate axis:

a) 210

b) 231 c) 190

d) 189

4. A circle has 8 lines, not more than 2 are concurrent, what is the maximum regions that can be formed

inside the circle?

a) 9

b) 20

c) 36

d) 37

5. If (10, 15, x) are length of sides of a triangle, what will be the range pf the perimeter of the same?

(integral values)

a) 31 to 49 b) 30 to 48

c) 32 to 50

d) 33 to 47

6. How many scalene triangles with perimeter 7cm will have integral side lengths?

a) 2

b) 3

c) 4

d) 5

7. How many isosceles triangles can be formed with one of their side lengths 6cm?

a) 20

b) 11

c) 30

d) infinitively many

8. In the above problem, how many triangles can be formed with the equal sides being 6cm?

a) 10

b) 11

c) 12

d) 9

9. If (7,24, x) are sides of an obtuse angled triangle, how many values can x assume?

a) 11

b) 12

c) 10

d) 9

10. ABC is a right-angled triangle, right angled at B, BD ⊥AC, AB : BC = 3:4, then calculate BD : BC

a) 5 : 12

b) 3:4

c) 3:5

d) Cannot be determined

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69 b) 1:0. If AO : OC is 1 : 5 and DO = 15cm. D is a point on AC such that BD = AB. find the ratio of perimeters of triangles ADC to BDC? (CAT-05) a) 7 : 9 b) 8 : 9 c) 6 : 9 d) 5 : 9 25. ∠ABD = ∠CDB = ∠PQD = 90°. D is a point on AC such that AB = BD.com . BC and AC are 12cm. the lengths of sides of AB. In triangle ABC. then find CD : PQ (CAT 2003) a) 1 : 0. BD = 9cm. find the length of BD? a) 10 b) 7 c) 20/3 d) 26/3 26. In triangle ABC. D is a point on AB such that. AB : CD = 3 : 1. BE bisects AD and meets AC at point F. find AF? a) 20cm b) 15cm c) 10cm d) 12cm 28. AC = 15 cm and DE = DF as shown in the figure a)2 : 3 b) 3 : 4 c) 3 : 2 d) 1 : 2 30. find ∠BAC? a) 55° b) 60° c) 65° d) 70° 27. In the figure below. If ∠DCB = 25°. ABC is an equilateral triangle with side 8cm. A trapezium ABCD is such that AB || CD. AD is the median. find the sum of squares of the medians of ABC : a) 40 b) 52 c) 48 d) 60 23. AB = BC. If AC = 30cm. AB = 10cm.22. AC = 26cm. In triangle ABC. Triangle ABC is right angled at B. In ABC. BC = 12cm and CD = 6cm. Diagonals AC and CD meet at point O.66 24. 18cm and 20cm respectively. P along AB in the anticlockwise direction and Q along AC in the clockwise direction.5 c) 1 : 0. They meet at a point D. Find AD : DC a) 1 : 1 b) 2 : 3 c) 10 : 9 d) 11 : 9 29. What is the ratio of the speeds of P and Q in that order? AB = 10 cm.75 d) 1 : 0. find OB : For further details CALL/SMS on 9920935456 or email to numbersbyrohanrawal@gmail. Two runners P and Q start from A. AD bisects ∠A. If ∠BCD = ∠BAC.

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The diameters of I and II are in the ratio 4: 3. If E is a point on AC such that AE : AC = 3 : 4 then what is the length BE? a) √13 b) 85/3 c) √13/3 d) 13 45. There aretwo circles (I and II) with centers P and Q respectively. then what is the value of angle DEC? (CAT 2004) a) 35° b) 55° c) 45° d) 25° 51. Then what is the ratio AB: BC? a) 1 : √3 b) √3 : 1 c) 4 : √3 d) √3 : 4 46. This common tangent meets the line joining P and Q at O. PQRS is a cyclic quadrilateral in which the angular bisector of P meets the angular bisectors of S and Q at A and B respectively and the angular bisector of R meet the angular bisectors of S and Q at C and D respectively.42. The quadrilateral ABCD in the following figure is formed by the angular bisectors of a parallelogram PQRS where PQ = 4√3 and QR = 4 and ∠QPS = 600. Find the ratio of area of the triangle to the square: a) 1: 3 b) 1 : 3√2 c) 1 : 4 d) 1 : 2 43. then the angle ∠BOA is : (CAT 2003) For further details CALL/SMS on 9920935456 or email to numbersbyrohanrawal@gmail. ABCD is a rhombus whose side is 5 cm in which diagonals AC and BD are in the ratio 4 : 3. B and C are three points on a circle with centre O. In the above question what will be the radius of circle II? a) 2cm b) 3cm c) 4cm d) 5cm 48. A.com . The two circles touch each other and have a common tangent that touches them at points R and S respectively. If ∠CBE = 65°. It is also known that the length of PO is 28 cm. Then the quadrilateral ABDC is a a) Square b) Rectangle c) Cyclic Quadrilateral d) Rhombus 44. The chord BA is extended to a point T such that CT becomes a tangent to the circle at point C. (CAT 2004) Find the ratio of length PQ to QO a) 1 : 4 b) 1 : 3 c) 3 : 4 d) 3 : 8 47. chord ED is parallel to the diameter AC of the circle. If ∠ATC = 30° and ∠ACT = 50°. In the figure given below (not drawn to scale). An isosceles right angled triangle is inscribed in a square such that its hypotenuse becomes the midsegment of the square. Length of SO is a) 8√3 b) 10√3 c) 12√3 d) 14√3 49. What is the distance in cm between two parallel chords of length 32 cm and 24 cm in a circle of radius 20 cm? (CAT 2005) a) 1 or 7 b) 2 or 14 c) 3 or 21 d) 4 or 28 50.

e. In the figure ABCD is a Rhombus. PQ are tangents of a circle as shown in the figure and AB = 5 cm.. if their centers are fixed and their radii are 30cm and 40cm.AC.a) 100° b) 150°c) 80° d) Cannot be determined 52. APC a) 45° b) 50° c) 60° d) 75° 54. D is the centre of the circle what is the angle subtended by chord AC on circumference of the circle i. how many revolutions will the larger one make if the smaller one makes 4 revolutions a) 3 b) 4 c) 5 d) None of these For further details CALL/SMS on 9920935456 or email to numbersbyrohanrawal@gmail. AB.com . then find the perimeter of APQ a) 5 b) 10 c) 15 d) 20 53. Two gears are circular and kept tangential.

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a) 12√2a b) 4√2a c) 14√2a d) None of these 23. Two tangents (not parallel to each other) are drawn to the smaller circle which cut the bigger circle at A and B and touch the small circle at C. It is given that the radius of the small circle is a. The line segment DE intersects AB at E such that ∠ODC = ∠ADE. There are two concentric circles with radii 2√3 cm and 4√3 cm. There are two concentric circles such that the area of the outer circle is four times the area of the inner circle. Find the length of a side of square AB. In the figure below (not drawn to scale). The length of side AB is greater than that of side BC. AB passes through the center O. The ratio of the area of the circle to the area of the rectangle ABCD is π : √3. If the area of the outer circle is 12 square centimeters then the area (in square centimeters) of the triangle ABC would be a) 6√3/n b) 9√3/n c) 9/n d) √11/n 25. The radius of the middle circle is double as the radius of the other two. B and C be three distinct points on the perimeter of the outer circle such that AB and AC are tangents to the inner circle. For further details CALL/SMS on 9920935456 or email to numbersbyrohanrawal@gmail. Let A. rectangle ABCD is inscribed in the circle with center at O.a) 1 : 2 b) 4 : 7 c) 4 : 1 c) 3 : 7 22. Then find the perimeter of trapezium ABCD.com . In a square three circles are formed along the diagonal as shown in the figure given below. What is the ratio AE : AD? a) 2 : √2 b) 1: √3 c) 1 : 2 d) None of these 24.

If a square cardboard of side 6 cm is folded to make a cubic box. AO ⊥ FO.5 b) 87. 512cm3 and 1000cm3 are melted and recasted to form a new cube.10 and 11. The length. A sphere is carved out of a cone with height 15cm and radius of base circle 12cm. What is the ratio of the area of the triangle AOF to that of the hexagon ABCDEF? a) 1/6 b) 1/12 c) 1/15 d) 1/20 28. FO is parallel to ED. What is the maximum volume of the sphere? a) 800 b) 750 c) 805 d) 900 34. breadth and height of a cuboid are in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3. If the radius of a cylinder is increased by 20%. then what is the volume of the box? a) 8 b) 10 c) 12 d) 16 31.5 33. if the volume is 7986cm3.9.a) 10 b) 10√3 c) 12 + 10√3 d) 4 + 8√3 26.5 c) 90 d) 92. Find the diagonal of the cube? a) 12√2 b) 12√3 c) 10 d) 10√2 30. The value of k must be : a) 85. The volume of the solid generated by the revolution of an isosceles right angled triangle about its hypotenuse of length 3x is: b) 9πx2/4 c) 7πx2/3 d) None of these a) 3πx2/2 For further details CALL/SMS on 9920935456 or email to numbersbyrohanrawal@gmail. with lengths of sides 8. Three cubes of volumes 216cm3. Let A and B be two solid spheres such that the surface area of B is 300% higher than the surface area of A. by what percentage should the height be decreased to keep the volume constant? a) 20% b) 30% c) 30 5/9 % d) 33 1/3 % 32. Find the area of cyclic quadrilateral. ABCDEF is a regular hexagon and ∠AOF = 90 .com . calculate the surface area : a) 1331 b) 2662 c) 1210 d) 3993 29. a) 12√55 b) √7900 c) 12√44 d) 10√65 27. The volume of A is found to be k% lower than the volume of B.

Find the value of ‘n’ a) 150 b) 135 c) 100 d) 120 36.35. find the ratio of volumes of the three solids formed : a) 1 : 8 : 27 b) 1 : 7 : 17 c) 1 : 7 : 19 d) 2 : 9 : 21 39. It is tilted so as to allow the soft drink to flow off till the point where the level of soft drink just touches the lowest point of the upper mouth and the highest point of the base.5 cm. Radius of the lemon is 10cm.com . A cone is cut by two planes parallel to the base such that the height is trisected. then approximately how much sand can be filled in the sphere? a) 300gm b) 250gm c) 270gm d) 296gm For further details CALL/SMS on 9920935456 or email to numbersbyrohanrawal@gmail. A solid metallic cylinder of base radius 3 cm and height 5 cm is melted to make ‘n’ solid cones of height 1 cm and base radius 1 mm. If the two cylinders are melt and a hollow sphere is formed. can hold 170 gm of sand. a) 10000π/3 b) 10000π/9 c) 1000π d) 729π 38. There are two closed hollow cylinders with radii 2 cm and 2.3 d) 4 37. what is the capacity of the cylinder? a) 3. The two cylinders.1l is retained. If 2.6 b) 4. taken together. Find out the volume of the remaining lemon. central angle of the cut is 60°.2 c) 6.5 cm respectively and of same height 3. One day Sumit planned to make lemon tea and used a portion of the spherical lemon as shown in the figure. A cylinder with height and radius in a ratio of 2: 1 is full of soft drink.

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