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BMA - 01

1.

CLASS -X

H.C.F. of ( x3 3x 2) and ( x2 4 x 3) is :

(B) ( x 2)2

(C) ( x 1) ( x 2)

(D) ( x 1) ( x 3)

ww

w.

m

ath

slo

gic

.in

(A) (x 1)

2.

q

, q 0 , p and q are positive integers, which represents 0.134 , i.e. (0.1343434...)

q

is :

(A)

134

999

(B)

134

990

(C)

133

999

(D)

133

990

3.

The sum of three non-zero prime numbers is 100. One of them exceeds the other by 36. Find the largest number

.

(A) 73

(B) 91

(C) 67

(D) 57

4.

(A) Any positive integer

(C) Any odd natural number

(D) Any even natural number

(A) 2 and 3

(B) 3 and 10

(C) 2, 3 and 10

5.

(D) 2, 3 and 13

6.

Euclids division Lemma states that if a and b are any two positive integers, then there exist unique integers q

and r such that :

(A) a = bq + r, 0 < r b

(B) a = bq + rm, 0 q b

(C) a = bq + r, 0 r < b

(D) a = bq + r, 0 < q b

7.

How many prime factors are there in the prime factorisation of 5005?

(A) 2

(B) 4

(C) 6

8.

(A)

9.

10.

(D) 7

77

210

(B)

23

30

(C)

125

441

(D)

23

8

(A) 2

(B) 4

(C) 14

I. The LCM of x and 18 is 36.

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

(D) 28

*****

ANSWER KEY

1.(A)

2.(A)

3.(C)

www.mathslogic.in

4.(C)

5.(D)

6.(C)

7.(B)

8.(D)

9.(A)

10.(D)

(1)

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BMA-02

1.

(B) 3

(A) 2

2.

CLASS -X

2 3 6 1 2 3

(C) 6

(D) 5

(E)0

A number is formed by repeating any digit 6 times (e.g 2, 22, 222, 5, 55, 55 etc) Such a number is always

divisible by

(A) 7

3.

(B)13

(B) a b c d

6.

(E)All

(C) ab cd ad bc

ac

bd

(D) a b c d

(E)

(D)11

(E)3

(A) 1

5.

(D)9

(A) a b c d

4.

(C)11

(B)2

(C)4

3 p 25

can be a positive integer if & only if p is

2p 5

(A) at least 3

(D)equal to 35

(E)equal to 3

If an integer of 2 digits is k times the sum of its digits, the number formed by interchanging the digits is the

sum of the sum of the digits multiplied by:

(A) 9 - k

7.

(B)10 - k

The value of 1

(A)

8.

a 1

a

(C)11 - k

(D)k - 1

(E)8 k

1

1

1 1

1

1

1

... 1

1 1

... 1

is

a a 1 a 4 a a 1 a 4

(B)

a 5

a 5

(C)

a 5

a 5

(D)

a

a 1

(E)

a 1

a 1

A=

2.000004

2.000004

, B=

4.000008

3.000003

3.000003

9.000009

and C =

4.000002

4.000002

8.000004

Which of the following is true about the value of the above three expression?

(A) All of then lie between 0.18 and 0.2

(B) A is twice C

(C) C is smallest

(D) B is the smallest

9.

(B)3

(C)1

(D)2

(A) m 2 n 2

(B) m 2 n 2

(C) m n 2 n m 2

(D) m3 n3

(E)None

(E)None

*****

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ANSWER KEY

1.(E) 2.(A,B,C)

3.(A)

4.(E)

5.(B)

6.(C)

7.(B)

8.(D)

9.(B)

10.(D)

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BMA-03

1.

2.

(A) 5, 6, 7, 8

(B)4, 5, 6, 7

(C)3, 4, 5, 6

(D)6, 7, 8, 9

4.

2 3 1 2

(E)cant say

If x 2 1 2 what is x 3 x 2 2 x 2?

(A) 6 1

3.

CLASS -X

(B) 2 2 4 1 2

(C) 0

(D) 1 2

(E)None of these

(B)16

(C)64

(D)256.25

(E)8

If 82 x 3 23 x 6 , then x =

(A) -3

(B)-2

(C)1

(D)3

(E)-1

5.

J, K, L, and M are four integers. The product of the larger three is 4199, and that of the smaller three is

1547. What is their sum?

(A) 52

(B)55

(C)54

(D)53

(E)56

6.

(A) -2

(B)0

(C)6

(D)24

7.

8.

9.

(E)48

(A) 6

(B)2

(C)4

(D)5

(E)3

If x is an odd natural number and y is an even natural number, which of the following numbers must be

even?

(A) x 2 y 2

(B) y 2 x 2

(C) x y 1

(D) x 1 y

(E) x 1 y

What is the greatest number, by which the product of any three consecutive odd natural numbers is always

divisible?

(A) 3

(B)5

(C)31

(D)21

(E)15

10. How many zeroes are there are at the end of the product 125 16 92 15 12 75 24?

(A) 6

(B)5

(C)7

(D)3

(E)8

*****

_____________________________________________________________

ANSWER KEY

1.(B)

2.(B)

3.(A)

4.(E)

5.(E)

6.(E)

7.(E)

8.(D,E)

9.(A)

10.(A)

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BMA-04

1.

2.

2

2

(A) p

(B) p ( p 1)

(C)(p+1)

2

CLASS -X

(D)p(p+1)

(A) n is prime

(C) n is composite

(B)n is odd

(D) n can be any number

3.

If x y z 9 and both y and z are positive integers greater than zero, then the maximum value x can

take is?

(A) 7

(B)3

(C)8

(D)insufficient data

(E)5

4.

a and b are natural numbers and a - b is divisible by 3. The largest natural number by which a 3 b 3 is

always divisible is

(A) 3 but not 9

(B)6

(C)9

(D)27

(E)81

5.

Which is greater

(A)

6.

7.

7 3

Solve for x:

(A) 0

Simplify:

(B) 5 5

(C) 6 2

(D)Either 1 to 2

(D)All

(B)1

(C)-1, 0

(D)2

(E)No sol.

(D) 18 1

(E)

(D) a 0, b 0

(E)None

108 2

3 27

(B) 3 3

2

3

(A) a 0, b 0

9.

6 2?

3x 1 x 1

(A) 6 2 27

8.

7 3,5 5 or

(B) a 0, b 0

(C) 19 3

0.25

0.25

1

3

8 2 3

3

0.25

if

b

(C) a 0, b 0

The product of two numbers is 1600 and their H.C.F. is 5. The L.C.M. of the numbers is:

(A)8000

(B) 1600

(C) 320

(D) 1605

10. If a carton containing a dozen mirrors is dropped, which of the following cannot be the ratio of broken

mirrors to unbroken mirrors?

(A) 2 : 1

(B)3 : 1

(C)5 : 2

(D)5 : 1

(E)3 : 2

*****

_____________________________________________________________

ANSWER KEY

1.(D) 2.(C)

3.(A)

4.(C)

5.(B)

6.(A)

7.(E)

8.(D)

9.(C)

10.(C,E)

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BMA-05

1.

CLASS -X

How many two-digit prime numbers have the product of digits less than 10?

(A) 10

(B)9

(C)8

(D)7

(E)6

2.

How many multiples of 2 are there between 2 and 100, inclusive which are not multiples of any higher

power of 2 e.g 4,8,16, etc. ?

(A) 12

(B)15

(C)22

(D)25

(E)50

3.

If x is an odd integer, for which of the following equations must y be an even integer?

(A) xy 5

(B) x y 8

(C) x 2 y 7

(D) 2 x y 6

(E) 2 x 2 y 7

4.

(A) 125

(B)32

(C)16

(D)12

(E)6

333

222

How many divisors do 21 and 21 have in common?

(A) 1112

(B)49729

(C)1110

(D)48750

(E)99500

5.

6.

7.

(A) 2625

(C) Both are equal

(B)

625

(C) 3 513

(D)

5 2 3

(C) 9 4 6 3

(D)

3 32

Which is false

(A) 11 11 5

9.

(B) 2 4 6 ... 46 48 50

(D)None of these

(A) 4

8.

26 25 or 2 4 6 ... 46 48 50

(B)

(E) None

(A) 3

(B) 6

(C) 9

10. If x = 6 6 6 ........ ,

(A) x is an irrational number

(C) x=3

(D) 12

(B) 2<x<3

(D) None of these

*****

_____________________________________________________________

ANSWER KEY

1.(A)

2.(D)

3.( D)

4.(D,E) 5.(B)

6.(A)

7.(B)

8.(E)

9.(C)

10.(C)

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