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Section - 1: Verbal Communication

1. (C) The passage talks of everything except for ‘the changing nature of social values’.

**2. (D) The passage through out talks of the importance of working from home in the
**

current scenario. It supports the cause of “home-work” by highlighting numerous

examples. Thus, the most appropriate title for the passage is conveyed by option

(D).

**3. (B) The passage, in the third paragraph clearly states that ‘Without doubt, the single
**

most anti productive thing we do is to shift millions of people back and forth

across the landscape everyday’. This leads us to option (B). Option (A) cannot be

inferred from the passage. Option (C) is out of scope of the passage. Option (D)

is a wayward assumption which is not supported by the passage.

**4. (C) Options (A), (B) and (D) are quoted as reasons for working from home. The first
**

paragraph mentions option (A). Option (B) is mentioned in the third paragraph.

Option (D) finds a mention in the fifth paragraph.

5. (B) Eruct means belch.

6. (C) Cometary means pertaining to comets.

7. (C) ‘Incorruptable’ is the incorrect spelling. It should be ‘incorruptible’.

**8. (D) The passage talks of knowledge and goes on to highlight the nature and
**

meaning of knowledge. This leads us to option (D). Options (A), (B) and (C) do

not highlight the gist of the passage.

**9. (B) Option (A) is mentioned in the first paragraph. Option (C) is given in the second
**

paragraph. Option (D) finds a mention in the last paragraph.

**10. (A) In the first paragraph lines, “be it said parenthetically ………… philosophical
**

police” convey that “ parenthetically means ‘with special reference’. Option (B)

would be too literal a meaning to take and would not fit the context. Option (C) is

out of context and option (D) is irrelevant.

**11. (B) The lines, “Observing a stone………. against its will” clearly imply option (B).
**

Option (A) is distorted. Option (C) and (D) are not implied by the last sentence.

**12. (B) Politics means the art or science concerned with winning and holding control
**

over a government. In other words, politics is the study of power. Similarly,

geography is the study of earth surface.

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13. (A) Option (B) states that happiness lies in ‘acknowledging future possibilities of

gloom’. Th e author has not suggested the same. Option (C) is distorted as it talks

about the discovery of self-belief and assessment leads to unhappiness. Option

(D) is nowhere hinted at in the passage. The author in the first line mentions,

“Neither misery nor folly seems to me any part of the inevitable lot of man.” He

further supports this idea in the passage. In fact, even in the second paragraph

the author says “ In the modern world, if communities are unhappy, it is because

they chose to be so”. This clearly leads us to option (A).

14. (B) The line clearly states that morbid miseries have led men into profound inner

discords and this has made all outward prosperity of no avail. This leads to

option (B). The other options do not conform to the meaning of the given

sentence.

**15. (D) The line, “But I remain completely incapable of agreeing with those who accept
**

fatalistically the view that man is born to trouble” conveys that the author

disagrees with people who have ‘pre-fixed’ notions. The rest of the words do suit

the context.

16. (C) ‘Angular’ related to ‘Geometry’ similarly, ‘Hibernal’ relates to ‘Winter’.

**17. (A) ‘Cell’ is a subject for study in ‘Biology’. Similarly, ‘Crop’ is a subject of study in
**

‘Agriculture’.

**18. (A) ‘Nescience’ means lack of knowledge or awareness. Hence, ‘Awareness’ would
**

be its opposite.

**19. (C) ‘Preconize’ means to announce or commend publicly. Hence, ‘Conceal’ would be
**

its opposite.

**20. (A) Sentence (A) is the grammatically correct option. Option (B) has two errors as it
**

states that “who is visiting” and “whether the groom is rubbing”; it changes the

structure and semantics of the sentence. Option (C) conveys a meaning that is

different from the intended meaning of the sentence. The same error is visible in

option (D) along with the incorrect usage of “as because”.

**21. (D) The lines “From the memorable night ……………. they had been less the
**

consequence than the cause” convey the idea reflected in option (D). Options

(A), (B) and (C) are distorted.

**22. (C) Option (C) is conveyed by the lines “Cladists advocate classification by pure
**

genealogy……….. biological role”. Option (A) is incorrect as cladists want

genealogical similarities to be the only basis for classification. Options (B) and

(D) are out of context.

**23. (A) Option (A) is contradicted by the line “Evolutionary relationships are also
**

genealogical, not primarily functional”. Hence, it becomes the correct answer

choice. The other options find mention in the passage.

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24. (D) The last paragraph clearly mentions ‘genealogical propinquity need not follow

from functional similarity’ which is highlighted by the example of “five fingers”.

Option (A) is contradictory to the facts mentioned in the passage. Options (B)

and (C) cannot be inferred from the passage.

**25. (B) Options (C) and (D) do not form a coherent sentence. Option (A) should read as
**

“When I am begin a new habit…………both summon and manipulate at will”.

**26. (D) The correct sentence would read as “ there is a close relationship between
**

competitive recreation and the society that endorses it. This relationship, as

Russell saw it, is reciprocal”. All the other options would be grammatically

inconsistent.

**27. (D) Pertinacity means perversely persistent or stubbornly tenacious. The tone of the
**

sentence also conveys this.

**28. (A) Option (A) is grammatically correct. Options (B) and (C) are do not conform to
**

the rules parallelism. In option (D) ‘perhaps’ is used incorrectly.

29. (C) The usage of the word ‘however’ clearly implies that the two words used should

convey a synonymous connotation. Thus, only ‘humour’ and ‘amusing’ would fit.

**30. (D) The correct sentence would read as “Satisfaction of self-esteem leads to a
**

feeling of self confidence. Indeed, as one …………… well-being”. Indeed is used

in the second part of the sentence to reaffirm the idea mentioned in the first part

of the sentence. Hence, option (D) is the best choice.

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JMET Paper 2010 [SET B]

Section - 2 : Logical Reasoning

**31. (D) The given statement tells us that nations do not compete with each other in any
**

regard and corporations do compete with each other.

When we look at option (D), it says that nations go on war to capture territory. It

implies that there is competition between the nations to capture territory.

Similarly, it also says that corporates contend against each other which again

contradicts with the information that corporations compete with each other.

**32. (D) This is because from (iii) we can conclude that unhappy children are hungry and
**

from (ii) it can be concluded that children cry if they are hungry.

Therefore, an unhappy child usually cries. Hence, option (D) can be most

logically deduced.

**33. (D) Option (D) follows directly from statement 1 which states that doing well in CAT
**

imply doing well in JMET. Doing well in CAT results in admission into IIMs and

doing well in JMET results in admission into IITs or IISc.

**34. (C) There is a fire – A
**

Fire alarm goes off –B

Sprinklers start-C

Automatic alarm is set off in fire department –D

**According to the given statements
**

A-B

C’-B’

C-D

Hence A-C-D, therefore option (C) is correct

**35. (D) (A) is incorrect as the university campus may be familiar to a person other than
**

students of university. (B) Is incorrect as it says, “may be familiar …” which also

implies that a student may not be familiar with the campus and therefore the

conclusion in question will become invalid. (C) Is incorrect as it takes into

account only some students. Option (D) takes into account all students and

hence is correct.

The university campus will be familiar to all its students

He is a student of this university

He is familiar with the university campus

Hence conclusion is valid if option (D) is true

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For questions 36 to 40:

Wife

Kamini Chandramohan

(F) (M)

**Daughter Daughter Son Son
**

Bandana Eeshwaran Geeta Manohar Harihar Fullera Devesh

(F) (M) (F) (M) (M) (F) (M)

**Son Daughter Daughter Son
**

Joy Leela Indira Akash

(M) (F) (F) (M)

* Geeta is wrongly mentioned as Rita in the information

36. (B)

37. (C)

38. (A)

39. (C)

40. (B)

41. (C)

(Ahmed) (Burman)

A B

D C

(Deepak) (Chayya)

**After the clockwise movement Burman has reached the point C. So he walked a
**

units. The only place when Ahmed has stopped is the mid point of side BC, since

he cannot overtake Burman as Ahmed and Burman are walking simultaneously

towards Burman and chhaya.

So option (C) must be false at it says that Ahmed might have walked for a

distance of more than 2a. For this to be possible Ahmed has to overtake Burman

which is not possible according to the condition given in the question.

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42. (B) The conclusions that can be made from the two statements are that there could

be 2, 3 or 4 females and three out of the four members are college students.

**Out of the conclusions given, II can be made as a maximum of 2 members could
**

be males.

And even if there were 2 females then there would be at least one female who

would be a college student.

**43. (D) Conclusion I cannot be made as it is given some professors perform surgery and
**

the professors performing surgery may not necessarily be medical doctors.

**Conclusion II cannot be made as it is not necessary that some medical doctors
**

perform surgery as they might be just philanthropists.

Conclusion III cannot be made as no such relation is given.

**44. (A) Note that question takes into account possibilities as well
**

According to the given statement Raja may go for lunch irrespective of whether

Ravi agrees to stay back or not

Correct option is (A)

**45. (A) According to statement 1 illegal production and marketing of coal is a significant
**

aspect of everyday life in eastern India. Statement 2 is consistent with this as it

talks about this illegality hiding unpleasant social reality. Statement 3 is not

consistent with the above two statements.

Answer is (A)

**46. (A) CLOSE DNRWJ
**

C – D shift of one alphabet

L → N shift of 2 alphabets

O → R shift of 3 alphabets

S → W shift of 4 alphabets

E → J shift of 5 alphabets

Thus APART → BRDY. So, answer is (A).

**47. (B) Statement 2 and 3 are incorrect as better roads/infrastructure can be a result of
**

elements other than local self-government. Hence option (B) is correct.

**48. (C) The correct answer key for the questions from 1 to 4 is DCAA respectively.
**

Thus, through this answer key, the student who has answered as BCAA has got

3 questions correct. So answer is (C).

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49. (C) The given statement says that any student who is taking a course in Marketing

as well as Strategy is also enrolled in Statistics course.

So, it is given what happens when a student is taking a course in Marketing as

well as Strategy.

**Option (A): It is not necessarily true as there might be student taking Statistics
**

and not taking Strategy.

Option (B): It is not necessarily true as there might be student taking only

Statistics.

Option (C): It must be true as if a student is not taking Statistics, the reason must

be that he has not taken either Marketing or Strategy.

Option (D): It might be possible that a student has just not taken Marketing. Even

then he would not be able to take Statistics.

**50. (B) Statement 1 and 2 are incorrect as ‘government support’ and ‘government
**

intervention’ may not be synonyms. Statement 4 is incorrect, as the argument

does not talk about exporting of goods. Hence option (B) is correct.

For question 51 to 55:

From the information given in the statements from 1 to 4 the given table can be deduced.

**Wife City Month
**

* Jasmine

Abhishek * Brinda Ahmedabad

Deepak

* Geetika

Mridul * Veena Chennai

Pritam

* Jasmine

Ranjan * Brinda Delhi

Salil

Kolkata February

Hema * Ahmedabad April

*** means does not belong to that place.
**

Now, from information no. 5, Getika can get married in Chennai or Kolkata, but from information

no. 1, Mridul wedding took place in Chennai and he was not married to Geetika.

So Geetika got married in Kolkata in the month of Feb and Ispita got married in Chennai with

Mridul in the month of Nov.

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Now the table will be

**Wife City Month
**

* Jasmine

Abhishek * Brinda Ahmedabad

Deepak

Mridul Ispita Chennai November

Pritam

* Jasmine

Ranjan * Brinda Delhi

Salil

Geetika Kolkata February

Hema * Ahmedabad April

**Now from information No. 6, Pritam does not got married in Bengaluru or Kolkata, so he must got
**

married in Mumbai in December

& from information no. 7 we can say that

Salil got married to Jasmine in September

Now the table looks in September

**Wife City Month
**

* Jasmine

Abhishek Ahmedabad

* Brinda

Deepak Geetika Kolkata February

Mridul Ispita Chennai November

Pritam Mumbai December

* Jasmine

Ranjan * Brinda Delhi April

Hema

Salil Jasmine September

**Now, Salil got married in Bengaluru which in the only place left.
**

Now Pritam got married to Brinda, which is the only option left for her, since Abhishek doesn’t got

married to Brinda.

So, Veena got married to Abhishek which is the only person for her in the only left month July

So finally the table looks like..

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Final Table Looks like:

**Name Wife City Month
**

Abhishek Veena Ahmedabad July

Deepak Geetika Kolkata February

Mridul Ispita Chennai November

Pritam Brinda Mumbai December

Ranjan Hema Delhi April

Salil Jasmine Bengaluru September

51. (C)

52. (C)

53. (D)

54. (A)

55. (D)

**56. (C) From (I), we know that some not all rich people are philanthropists. Also, it can
**

not be concluded from any of the three given statements that all rich people are

definitely good.

Hence, out of the options given option C is logically most weakly supported.

57. (A) Option (A) is correct as it reinforces the given argument by stating an example.

**58. (A) Statement 2 and 1 make a mandatory pair. Statement 3 and 4 should come after
**

statement 2 as they explain laws already mentioned in 2. Correct option is (A).

59. (C) Statement 4 and 3 make a mandatory pair, hence option (C) is correct.

60. (D) Statement 2 and 4 make a mandatory pair. Hence option (D) is correct.

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JMET Paper 2010 [SET B]

Section - 3 : Quantitative Ability

For questions 61 and 62:

Machine 1 Machine 2

Product A 2 hrs 4 hrs

Product B 3 hrs 1 hrs

Total Time Available 6 hrs 8 hrs

**X and Y represent the number units of A and B to be produced on a given day.
**

For Maximum Profit

Formulation will be:

Max profit = 5 X + 7Y

2X+3Y ≤ 6

4X + 1 Y ≤ 8

X + Y ≥ 8, X and Y ≥ 0 and integers

61. (A)

62. (C) There is no integer which satisfy the conditions.

**63. (A) Rakesh took 15 hours and 40 minutes to paint four walls and the ceiling of a
**

room. Also the volume of the room is 900 cu. ft. and height is 10 ft.

So area of the ceiling of the room = 90 sq. ft.

90

Rakesh took minutes i.e. 180 minutes (i.e. 3 hours) for painting the ceiling

0.5

of the room.

**Rakesh took 3 hours less for painting four walls w.r.t to four walls and the ceiling
**

of a room. Hence he took 12 hours and 40 minutes for painting fours walls of the

room.

64. (C)

2007 2008

Salary 10 lakh 9 lakh

Expenditure 4 lakh (4 + 5% of 4) lakh = 4.2 lakh

4.2

⇒ % expenditure in 2008 = × 100 = 46.66 ≈ 47%

9.0

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65. (B) Case-1: If ‘0’ is at the unit’s place, then the number of ways of three-digit integers

= 3 × 4 = 12 ways

Case-2: If ‘5’ is at the unit’s place and ‘0’ is at the ten’s place, then the number of

ways of three-digit integers = 3 ways

Case-3: If ‘5’ is at the unit’s place and ‘0’ is not at the ten’s place, then the

number of ways of three-digit integers = 2 × 3 = 6 ways

So, total number of ways = 12 + 3 + 6 = 21 ways.

**66. (A) After traveling a distance of “2 π nr”, both energy levels will be same because
**

they gain or consumed equal energy per unit distance.

**67. (A) After traveling half circle, boost energy of Anand is ‘k π r’. So Anand’s energy
**

after traveling half circle = 2‘k π r’ and Ben’s energy is 0 after traveling half circle.

Hence difference is 2‘k π r’.

68. Error: The energy lost or gain per unit distance is not defined.

N− 2

69. (A) Interior angle (N) of a polygon = × 180

N

Ν Interior Angle

3 60°

4 90°

5 108°

6 120°

As the number of sides increases, interior angle increases but there is a

decremented increase in the angle values. So option (A) describes the best

possible graph.

**70. (A) The LCM of 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 = 6 × 7 × 4 × 3 × 5 = 2520
**

So, the greatest 4-digit number, which is divisible by 2520, is 7560.

So the number is 7560 – 2 = 7558

Sum of the digits = 25.

**71. (D) For roots to be real and distinct D > 0
**

⇒ (2a)2 – 4 × 2a > 0

a > 2 or a < 0

1 ≤ a ≤ 4 (given)

2 < a ≤ 4 ⇒ a = 3, 4

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72. (D) Average cost per tyre:

1

100x − 30x 2 + x3

3 1

P(x) = = 100 − 30x + x 2

x 3

d(P(x)) 2 d(P(x))

= −30 + x , For min P(x); =0

dx 3 dx

⇒ x = 45

[*At x = 45, P(x) is negative, hence here no choice should be considered

correct].

**73. (B) Let speed of father and son be S1 and S2 respectively.
**

1

S1 8 3

= =

S2 1 2

12

Let the distances traveled by son and father at the time of meeting be

3x and 2x respectively.

⇒ 3x = 2x + 1000

x = 1000

∴ 2x = 2000

1

74. (D) A man has to cover rd distance of the tunnel in the same time, as train has to

3

1

cover the complete tunnel. So the speed of the man should be rd of the train’s

3

speed.

30

Hence Speed of the man is = 10 kmph.

3

**75. (D) Minimum points required to draw a straight line is 2.
**

So, maximum possible straight lines that can be drawn is 6C2 = 15.

**76. (D) Assume cost of a mango be Rs.X.
**

So total cost of 4 mangos = 4 X

Also (X – 4) × 6 = 4 X or 6 X = 24 or X = Rs.12

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77. (D)

V0

V1

**Let total volume of the bigger cone is V0.
**

Total volume of the remaining cone is V1.

And let their heights be h0 and h1 respectively.

3

V1 h1 1

∴ = =

V0 h0 8

h 8

⇒ h1 = 0 = = 4 cm

2 2

78. (B)

B

O

A

**Assume the radius of the circle A be ‘r’ cm.
**

r r

2

Then the side of the square is . So, area of the circle B is π × .

2 2

2

r

Hence, the required ratio’s of area = πr 2 : π × = 2: 1 .

2

**79. (C) The given equation is x3 – 6 x2 + 11x – 6 = 0, sum of the roots is a + b + c = 6
**

and product of the roots abc = 6. Only values which satisfies are 1, 2 and 3.

So value of r for the equation x3 – p x2 + qx – r = 0 is (a + b)(b + c) (c + a)

i.e. (1 + 2)( 2 + 3)(3 + 1) = 60.

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80. (B) Hf → Amount of heat flow.

t → thickness.

∆T → temperature difference.

l → length of one side of the square.

Area

Hf ∝ × ∆T

t

l2 = 1.5l1, t2 = 1.8t1

l12 × ∆T1

Hf = K

1 t1

l22 × ∆T2

Hf = K ×

2 t2

2.25 × l12 × ∆T2 l12 × ∆T1

⇒ =

1.8t1 t1

∆T2 1.8

=

∆T1 2.25

4

Percentage decrease = 1 − × 100 = 20.

5

**81. (A) Total number of black balls = 6 + 3 + 5 = 14.
**

Total number of ways of picking black balls = 14.

Out of those, 3 are from 2nd box.

3

∴ Required Probability = .

14

**82. (C) Let the side of the square base be “a” and height be h.
**

1 1

Volume of the pyramid is = × (Area of thebase × height) = × a2 × h

3 3

Since, height increases by 10% or becomes 1.1h of the original height therefore

side of the square should reduced to compensate the increase in the height so

that volume remain unchanged.

1 2 1

× a × h = a'2 × 1.1h (a’ is the reduced side of the square base)

3 3

⇒ a' ≈ 0.95a

83. (D) f(x) = n + f(n – 1)

f(1) = 1

f(2) = 2 + f(1) = 3 = 1+ 2

f(3) = 3 + f(2) = 6 = 1 + 2 + 3

f(4) = 4 + f(3) = 10 = 1 + 2 + 3 + 4

n(n + 1)

⇒ f(n) =

2

100 × 101

f(100) = = 5050

2

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84. (C) Since, equal chords subtend equal angles at the center

7

7 7

60°

60° 60°

7 7

3 147 × 3

Required Area = 3 × × 72 = cm

2

4 4

85. (C) Assuming Ant is crawling on the surface of the cylinder:

A A

h = 20 20

B

10 π B

r = 10

A → The position of Ant.

B → The position sugar grain.

AB = 202 + (10π)2 ≈ 37.25 cm

**86. B Assuming the radius of the field to be greater than 20 meters.
**

Let O is the center of the field.

2

10 10

3 10

1

10 10

20

**Total Area grazed = Area (1) + Area (2) + Area (3)
**

3

Area (1) = × π × 202 = 300π

4

1

Area (2) = Area (3) = × π × 102 = 25π

4

Required Area = [(1) + (2) + (3)] = 350π = 3.5 × 100π cm2

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87. (B) A to B is travelled on Road (1) where

Speed is 50 km/hr.

B to A is travelled on Road (2) where

80

Speed = = 20km / hr

3 +1

2 × 50 × 20

∴ Average speed = ≈ 29km / hr.

50 + 20

C × D Q × K

88. (C) TC = + .

Q 2

C×D Q×K

Q + 2

∵ A ⋅ M⋅ ≥ G ⋅ M ⋅ ⇒ ≥ C×D × Q×K

2 Q 2

TC C×D×K

or, ≥

2 2

or, TC ≥ 2 × C × D × K

**89. (C) Case I: The arrange of the weights are as follows:
**

0.4 1.8 0.8

1.4 1 0.6

1.2 0.2 1.6

This can be arranged in 4 different ways after rotating it clockwise.

Case II: The arrange of the weights are as follows:

0.8 1.8 0.4

0.6 1 1.4

1.6 0.2 1.2

This can be arranged in 4 different ways after rotating it clockwise as well.

So, total number of ways = 4 + 4 = 8 ways.

**90. (B) If a arrangement is possible, then it also can be arranged in 8 ways or it should
**

be multiple of 8.

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JMET Paper 2010 [SET B]

Section - 4 : Data Interpretation

For questions 91 to 95:

**91. C At the end of 2003:
**

Price of 1 stock of HDFC = Rs. 375

Price of 1 stock of Kotak = Rs. 375.

Price of 1 stock of Axis = Rs. 125.

Number of stocks of HDFC bought = 750/375 = 2.

Number of stocks of Kotak bought = 750/375 = 2

Number of stocks of Axis bought = (2750 – 750 – 750)/125 = 10.

**Total amount obtained at the end of 2005 = Rs. (725 × 2 + 250 × 2 + 300 × 10)
**

= Rs. 4950.

Let the annual rate of return be 'r'.

Therefore, 2r/100 = (4950 – 2750)/2750

Therefore, r = 40%.

**92. D It can be concluded from the graph given in the question that the absolute
**

amounts of change in yearly closing stock price from 2004 to 2005 and then again

from 2005 to 2006 been most similar.

**93. D Stock price of Kotak at the end of 2007 = Rs. 1300
**

Stock price of Kotak at the end of 2006 = Rs. 410.

Therefore the stock prices have almost trebled.

94. B Statement I:

Since, the line from 2003 to 2005 is straight, therefore the PIICSP of HDFC from

2003 to 2004 will be more than that from 2004 to 2005.

Hence, statement I is not true.

Statement II:

PIICSP of HDFC from 2003 to 2005 is almost 100 % and the PIICSP of ICICI from

2004 to 2005 is 60%. Hence, statement II is not true.

Statement III:

PIICSP of ICICI from 2004 to 2007 is 230.6 % and the PIICSP of Kotak from 2006

to 2007 is around 230%. Hence, statement II is true.

**95. D During the two year time period 2004 to 2006, the bank BOB exhibited a
**

near – zero rate of change in its closing stock price.

For questions 96 to 99:

**96. B In rural India, maximum percentage increase in per capita consumption is for the
**

food item Meat/fish/eggs and is equal to 64.83%.

**97. B The total per capita consumption of “Total Cereals” in India in 1988 is equal to
**

11.05 + 14.74 = 25.79, which is highest among all the given food items and hence

the food item “Total Cereals” has maximum percentage share.

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98. D The food item “Other Cereals” has shown maximum possible decline in per capita

consumption and the percentage decline is equal to 43.27%.

99. B Four food items viz. Dairy, Edible Oils, Meat/fish/eggs and Vegetable fruit have

shown an increase in per capita consumption from 1988 to 2002 for whole of India.

For questions 100 to 102:

**100. D Let the volume (in terms of quantity) of sale of garments = x = volume (in terms of
**

quantity) of accessories for store H.

**Percentage of revenue from accessories = 17.5
**

Percentage of revenue from garments = 100 – 17.5 = 82.5

**Average price of accessories in store H = Rs. 310.
**

Revenue generated from accessories = 310x = 17.5 % of total revenue.

Therefore 82.5% of total revenue would be equal to 1461x

Hence, average price of the garments for store H = Rs. 1461.

**101. D Let 'a' be the volume (in terms of quantity) for stores B as well as F.
**

For store B:

Percentage of revenue generated from accessories = 30 %.

Percentage of revenue generated from garments = 100 – 30 = 70 %.

Average price of accessories = Rs. 365.

Revenue generated from garments sale = (7/3) × (365a) = 851.66a

For store F:

Percentage of revenue generated from accessories = 22.5 %

Percentage of revenue generated from garments = 100 – 22.5= 77.5 %

Average price of accessories = Rs. 100

Revenue generated from garments sale = (775/225) × (100a) = 344.44

Therefore, the required ratio = 2.47

102. B Let the revenues of the stores E and L be 'y'.

**Revenue generated from accessories for store E = 0.425y.
**

Revenue generated from accessories for store L = 0.70y.

**Volume (in terms of quantity) of accessories for store L = 0.7y/450 = 0.00155.
**

Volume (in terms of quantity) of accessories for store E = 0.425y/130 = 0.003269

Required Ratio = 0.475.

For questions 103 to 106:

103. C Required percentage = (20 + 15 + 30 + 12)/(38 + 42 + 50 + 20) x 100 = 51.33%.

104. C Required proportion = (8 + 20)/(38 + 50) = 28/88 = 7/22.

105. D Required fraction = 20/(10 + 20 + 10 + 5) = 4/9.

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106. Percentage of experienced male students in the regular program

= (20 + 8 + 30 + 20)/(38 + 42 + 50 + 20) x 100 = 52%.

**Percentage of experienced male students in the DLP program
**

= ((30 + 20)/100) × 100 = 50%.

Required difference = 52 – 50 = 2%

For questions 107 to 111:

107. A Required percentage = 0.1 × 0.4 × 800000 = Rs. 32,000.

**108. D Increase in the annual income of a family is due to increase in the father's and the
**

mother's income.

Net Increase = 0.4 × 0.4 × 800000 + 0.3 × 0.3 × 800000 = 0.25 × 800000

= Rs. 200000.

Annual salary in 2008 = Rs. 800000 + Rs. 200000 = Rs. 1000000.

**Amount spend on education in 2007 = 0.25 × 800000 = Rs. 200000.
**

Amount spent on education in 2008 = 2 × 200000 = Rs. 400000.

Required percentage= (400000/1000000) × 100 = 40 %.

**109. B Expenditure in 2007 for all categories except Education = 0.7 x 800000
**

= Rs. 560000.

Expenditure in 2008 = Rs. 560000 + Rs. 400000 (spent on education)

= Rs. 960000.

vings = Rs. 1000000 – Rs. 960000 = Rs. 40,000.

**110. A Amount spent on clothing and medical expenses in the year 2007
**

= (0.1 + 0.1) × 800000 = Rs. 160000.

In 2008 it remained the same = Rs. 160000.

Required answer = Rs. 320000.

**111. C Amount spent on bills and miscellaneous expenses in the year 2007
**

= (0.08 + 0.12) × 800000 = Rs. 160000.

This remained the same in the year 2008.

Required percentage = (160000/1000000) × 100 = 16%.

For questions 112 to 115:

112. C In six years, viz. 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2007 all the variables have

shown similar trend.

**113. A In the year 2000, the profits of MDR Ltd registered maximum year – on – year
**

growth and is equal to (2/13) × 100 = 15.384 %.

114. C In the time periods 2002 to 2004, the profits and exports of MDR Ltd show similar

pattern.

**115. B In the year 2001, the domestic sales of MDR ltd exhibited minimum positive
**

change and is equal to 119 – 109 = 10.

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For questions 116 to 120:

116. B From the stacked bar chart for World, it can be seen that the value of the exports

in Office and telecom equipment = 1515.2 and which is the highest among all the

given products.

**117. C The share of exports of Iron and steel and Automotive products is maximum for
**

the region South and Central America and is equal to (40.5)/(92.4) × 100

= 43.83 %.

**118. A The percentage of total world exports of Textile and Clothing that comes from Asia
**

= (295/594.8) × 100 = 49.6 %.

**119. D The region where the ratio of Chemicals to Textiles is the maximum is
**

Commonwealth of Independent States and is equal to 27.4/2 = 13.7.

**120. C Largest exporter is Europe and the value of the exports in that region = 2383.8
**

Second largest exporter is Asia and the value of the exports in that region

= 1867.9

Required answer = 27.61 %.

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