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1 keeps 1 marble in every box. Person 2

keeps 2 marbles in every 2nd box and person

3 keeps 3 marbles in every third box. This

process goes on till person 50 keeps 50

marbles in the 50th box. Find the total no.

of marbles kept in the 50th box.

(A) 43

(B) 78

(C) 6

(D) 93

A number is divided into two parts in such

a way that 80% of 1st part is 3 more than

60% of 2nd part and 80% of 2nd part is 6

more than 90% of the 1st part. Then the

number is

(A) 125

(B) 130

(C) 135

(D) 145

If the digits in the unit and the ten's places

of a three digit number are interchanged, a

new number is formed, which is greater

than the original number by 63. Suppose

the digit in the unit place of the original

number be x. Then, all the possible values

of x are

(A) 7, 8, 9

(B) 2, 7, 9

(C) 0, 1, 2

(D) 1, 2, 8

If 1! + 2! + 3! + 4! + ........+ 100! is divided by

8 then the remainder is

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 5

If A and B are the H.C.F. and L.C.M.

respectively of two algebraic expressions x

and y, and A + B = x + y, then the value of A

+ B is

(A) x-y

(B) x

(C) y

(D) x + y

If the square root of x is the cube root of y,

then the relation between x and y is

(A) x = y

(B) x = y

(C) x = y

(D) x6 = y5

Average age of 8 men is increased by 3 years

when two of them whose ages are 30 and

34 years are replaced by 2 persons. What is

the average age of the 2 persons ?

(A) 24 years

(B) 32 years

(C) 44 years

(D) 48 years

The average age of a family of 10 members

is 20 years. If the age of the yourngest

member of the family is 10 years, then the

average age of the members of the family

just before the birth of the youngest member

was approximately

(A) 27.14 years

(B) 12.5 years

(C) 14.28 years

(D) 14.01 years

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consecutively and their average weight

calculated after each member is weighed.

If the average weight increases by one kg

each time, how much heavier is the last

player than the first one ?

(A) 4 kg

(B) 20 kg

(C) 8 kg

(D) 5 kg

A train travels 6 km in the first quarter of

an hour, 8 km in the second quarter and

40km in the third quarter. Find the average

speed of the train per hour over the entire

journey.

(A) 72 km/h

(B) 18 km/h

(C) 77.33 km/h

(D) 78.5 km/h

The average age of the Indian football team

is 30 years. The average age of 5 of the

players is 29 years and that of another set

of 5 players, totally different from the first

five, is 27 years. If it is the captain who was

not included in either of these tow gorups,

then find the age of the captain

(A) 75 years

(B) 55 years

(C) 50 years

(D) 58 years

2 men and 4 boys can do a piece of work in

10 days, while 4 men and 5 boys can do it in

6 days. Men and boys are paid wages

according to their output. If the daily wage

of a man is ` 40, then the ratio of daily wages

of a man and a boy will be

(A) 5 : 3

(B) 5 : 2

(C) 4 : 7

(D) 7 : 3

A person ordered 4 shirts of brand A and

some shirts of brand B. The price of one shirt

of brand A was twice that of brand B. When

the order was executed, it was found that

the numbers of the two brands has been

interchanged. This increased the bill by

40%. The ratio of the number of brand A

shirts to that of brand B shirts in the original

order was

(A) 1 : 2

(B) 1 : 3

(C) 1 : 4

(D) 1 : 5

If three numbers are in the ratio of 1 : 2 : 3

and half the sum is 18, then the ratio of

squares of the numbers is :

(A) 6 : 12 : 13

(B) 1 : 2 : 3

(C) 36 : 144 : 324

(D) 3 : 5 : 7

Rs. 2250 is divided among three friends

Apurva, Jitendra and Rajiv in such a way

that 1/6th of Apurva's share, 1/4th of

Jitendra's share and 2/5th of Rajiv's share

are equal. Find Apurva's share.

(A) Rs. 720

(B) Rs. 1080

(C) Rs. 450

(D) Rs. 1240

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milk mixed with water at ` 9 per litre. If the

cost price of 1 litre pure milk is ` 10, then

the ratio of milk and water in the said

mixture is

(A) 3 : 1

(B) 4 : 1

(C) 3 : 2

(D) 4 : 3

A, B and C started a business by investing

Rs. 40500, Rs. 45000 and Rs. 60000

respectively. After 6 months C withdrew Rs.

15000 while A invested Rs. 4500 More. In

annual profit of Rs. 56100, the share of C

will exceed that of A by

(A) Rs. 900

(B) Rs. 1100

(C) Rs. 3000

(D) Rs. 3900

The cost of an apple is twice that of a banana

and the cost of a banana is 25% less than

that of an orange. If the cost of each type of

fruit increases by 10%, then the percentage

increase in the cost of 4 bananas, 2 apples

and 3 orange is

(A) 10%

(B) 12%

(C) 16%

(D) 18%

A number is mistakenly divided by 5 instead

of being multiplied by 5. Find the percentage

change in the result due to this mistake.

(A) 96%

(B) 95%

(C) 2400%

(D) 200%

The price of sugar falls by 20%. How much

sugar can be bought now with the money

that was sufficient to buy 20 kg of rice

previously ?

(A) 5 kg

(B) 15 kg

(C) 25 kg

(D) 30 kg

4/5th of the voters in Amethi promised to

vote for Rahul Gandhi and the rest promised

to vote for Varun Gandhi. Of these voters,

10% of the voters who had promised to vote

for Rahul Gandhi, did not vote on the

election day, while 20% of the voters who

had promised to vote for Varun Gandhi did

not vote on the election day. What is the

total no. of votes polled if Rahul Gandhi got

216 votes?

(A) 200

(B) 300

(C) 264

(D) 100

A reduction of 10% in the price of wheat

enables a man to buy 50 gram of wheat more

for a rupee. How much wheat could

originally be had for a rupee ?

(A) 400 grams

(B) 500 grams

(C) 450 grams

(D) 350 grams

A publisher printed 2000 copies of a book at

a cost of ` 70,000. He distributes 400 copies

free as specimen copies. He gave 30%

discount on printed price and the printed

price of each book is ` 75. What is his gain

or loss percentage ?

(A) 20% gain

(B) 20% loss

(C) 10% loss

(D) 10% gain

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for ` 390. He sells them making a profit of

10% on the watch and 15% on the wall clock.

He earns a profit of ` 51.50. The difference

between the original prices of the wall clock

and the watch is equal to

(A) ` 80

(B) ` 120

(C) ` 110

(D) ` 100

A fruit seller makes a profit of 20% by

selling mangoes at a certain price. If he

charges ` 1 more for each mango, he can

make a profit of 40%. Find the selling price

of a mango in the first case.

(A) ` 6

(B) ` 5

(C) ` 5.50

(D) ` 7

A shopkeeper allows a discount of 12.5% on

the marked price of a certain article and

makes a profit of 20%. If the article cost the

shopkeeper Rs. 210, what price must be

marked on the article?

(A) ` 280

(B) ` 288

(C) ` 300

(D) ` 312

A man sells an article at 5% above its cost

price. If he had bought it at 5% less than

what he paid for it and sold it for Rs. 2 less,

he would have gained 10%. Find the cost

price of the article.

(A) ` 500

(B) ` 360

(C) ` 425

(D) ` 400

A sells a scooter priced Rs. 36,000. He gives

a discount of 8% on the first Rs. 20,000 and

5% on the next Rs. 10,000. How much

discount can he afford on the remaining Rs.

6,000 if he is to get as much as when 0.7%

discount is allowed on the total

(A) 5%

(B) 6%

(C) 7%

(D) 8%

Two dealers A and B selling the same model

of fan mark them under the same selling

price. A gives successive discounts of 5%

and 25% and B gives successive discounts

of 16% and 12%. From whom is it more

profitable to purchase the fan?

(A) From B

(B) From A

(C) Indifferent between the two

(D) Cannot be determined

Successive discounts of p% and q% on the

catalogue price of an article is equivalent

to a single discount of :

pq

%

(A) p q

100

pq

%

(B) p q

100

pq

%

(C) p q

100

pq

(D) p q 100 %

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workers in a factory in the ratio 15 : 11 and

an increment in their wages in the ratio

22 : 25, then the ratio by which the total

wages of the workers should be decreased is

(A) 6 : 5

(B) 5 : 6

(C) 3 : 7

(D) 3 : 5

What quarterly payment will discharge a

debt of Rs. 2280 due in two years at 16% per

annum simple interest ?

(A) Rs. 500

(B) Rs. 450

(C) Rs. 550

(D) Rs. 250

A sum of ` 3310 is to be paid back in 3 equal

annual instalments. How much is each

instalment if the interest is compounded

annually at 10% per annum ?

(A) Rs. 1321

(B) Rs. 1343

(C) Rs. 1325

(D) Rs. 1331

A sum of money at compound interest

amounts to thrice itself in 3 years. In how

many years will it be 9 times itself?

(A) 9

(B) 27

(C) 6

(D) 3

Sanjay purchased a refrigerator on the

terms that he is required to pay Rs. 1500

cach down payment followed by Rs. 1020 at

the end of first year, Rs. 1003 at the end of

second year and Rs. 990 at the end of third

year. Interest is charged at the rate of 10%

per annum compound interest. What is the

cash price of the refrigerator ?

(A) Rs. 4000

(B) Rs. 4100

(C) Rs. 4150

(D) Rs. 4200

A and B together can complete a work in 12

days. A alone can complete in 20 days. If B

does the work only half a day daily, then in

how many days A and B together will

complete the work ?

(A) 10 days

(B) 20 days

(C) 11 days

(D) 15 days

A takes 10 days less than the time taken

by B to finish a piece of work. If both A and B

can do it in 12 days, then the time taken

by B alone to finish the work is

(A) 30 days

(B) 27 days

(C) 20 days

(D) 25 days

A takes 5 days more than B to do a certain

job and 9 days more than C; A and B together

can do the job in the same time as C. How

many days A would take to do it ?

(A) 16 days

(B) 10 days

(C) 15 days

(D) 20 days

A pipe of diameter d can drain a certain

water tank in 40 minutes. The time taken

by a pipe of diameter 2d for doing the same

job in :

(A) 5 minutes

(B) 10 minutes

(C) 20 minutes

(D) 80 minutes

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20 and 24 minutes respectively and a third

pipe C can empty at the rate of 3 gallons per

minute. If A, B and C opened together fill

the tank in 15 minutes, the capacity (in

gallons) of the tank is:

(A) 180

(B) 150

(C) 120

(D) 60

Two bullets were fired at a place at an

interval of 28 minutes 30 seconds. A person

approaching the firing point in his car hears

the two sounds at an interval of 27 minutes.

The speed of sound is 330 m/sec. What is

the speed of the car ?

(A) 44 km/hr

(B) 66 km/hr

(C) 64 km/hr

(D) 54 km/hr

In a race of 600 metres, Sonu beats Monu

by 60 metres and in a race of 500 metres,

Monu beats Bablu by 25 metres. By how

many metres will Sonu beat Bablu in a 400

metre race ?

(A) 48 m

(B) 52 m

(C) 56 m

(D) 58 m

Two trains are running on parallel lines in

the same direction at speeds of 40 kmph

and 20 kmph respectively. The faster train

crosses a man in the second trains in 36

seconds. The length of the faster train is

(A) 200 metres

(B) 185 metres

(C) 225 metres

(D) 210 metres

A boat goes down stream at x km/h and

upstream at y km/h. The speed of the boat

in still water is

(A) 0.5 (x + y)

(B) 0.5 (x - y)

(C) x + y

(D) x - y

If 1 + 10 + 10 + ............. upto n terms =

10n 1

, then the sum of the series 4 + 44 +

9

(A)

4n

4

(10n 1)

9

9

(B)

4n

4

(10n 1)

9

81

(C)

4n

40

(10n 1)

9

81

(D)

4n

40

(10n 1)

9

9

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integers, then the value of c is

(A) 110

(B) 1

(C) 4

(D) 25

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(A) 0

(C) 2

(B) 1

(D) 3

a 2 b 2 c 2

a 2 bc

is

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(A) -5

(B) 3

(C) -3

(D) 5

The graph of the linear equa tion

3x 4y 24 is a straight line intersecting

x-axis and y-axis at the points A and B

3

respectively. P(2, 0) and Q 0, are two

2

points on the sides OA and OB respectively

of ' OAB, where O is the origin of the coordinate system. Given that AB = 10 cm,

then PQ =

(A) 20 cm

(B) 2.5 cm

(C) 40 cm

(D) 5 cm

The length of the intercept of the graph of

the equation 9x - 12y = 108 between the

two axes is

(A) 15 units

(B) 9 units

(C) 12 units

(D) 18 units

1

If x

x

56.

1 1

1

1

is

cos T cot T cos T cot T

(A) 0

(B) 1

(C) +1

(D) 2

The numerical value of

b 2 a , the value of (a b ) is

(a 1) 2 3

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9

5

4 cos2 T

is :

cosec 2T

1 tan2 T

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58.

(A)

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1

2

(B) 2

(C)

1

4

(D)

2 1

If x

2 1

1

2

(B) 1

60.

If

(D)

sin17

x

y ,

then

1

2

the

y2

(A)

71

(B)

65

65

(C)

71

7

(D)

72

4ab

(a z b ) then find the value of

a b

x 2a x 2b

x 2a x 2b

(A) 1

(C) 1/2

value

of

sec17 sin 73 is

72

(A)

7

If x

x

4

(D)

(C) 0

2x 3xy 2y

of 2x 3xy 2y

54.

(B)

(A)

3

2

x

2 2

5T

16 6 7 16 6 7

(A)

(B)

ab

(C) x 2

The value of

a

b

(C) ab

(D) ab

Two posts are x metres apart and the height

of one is double that of the other. If from the

mid-point of the line joining their feet, an

observer finds the angular elevations of

their tops to be complementary, then the

height (in metres) of the shorter post is

(A)

(A) 0

(B) 1

(C) 84

(D) 206

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(A) 4

(B) 5

(C) 9

(D) 1

The angles of elevation of the top of a tower

from the points P and Q at distances of 'a'

and 'b' respectively from the base of the

tower and in the same straight line with it

are complementary. The height of the tower is

(B)

y y2 x 2

x2

(C)

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y x 2 y2

y2

(D)

x x2 y2

at Y, if XY = 2 6 and XZ - YZ = 2, then

sec X tan X is

(A)

(B) 4

(D) 2

x y2 x 2

x2

1

6

(C) 2 6

(B)

(D)

6

2

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Progression. The ratio of the least angle in

degrees to the number of radians in the

greatest angle is 60 : S . The angles in

degrees are

(A) 30, 60, 90

(B) 35, 55, 90

(C) 40, 50, 90

(D) 40, 55, 85

A balloon leaves the earth at point A and

rises at a uniform velocity. At the end of

1

1 min. an observer situated at a distance

2

of 200 m from A, finds the angular elevation

of the balloon to be 60. Find the speed of

the balloon

(A) 3.87 m/sec.

(B) 7.74 m/sec.

(C) 3.78 m/sec.

(D) 7.56 m/sec.

The height of a house subtends a right angle

at an opposite window and the line through

the window to the top of the house makes

an angle of T with the vertical. If the

breadth of the street be 'd' metre. Find the

height of the bouse.

(B) d sin T sec T

(A) d sin T cos T

(C) d sec T cosecT

(D) d cos T cosecT

If the ratio of sines of angles of a triangle

greatest side to sum of the squares of other

two sides is

(A) 3 : 4

(B) 2 : 1

(C) 1 : 1

(D) 1 : 2

Suppose 'ABC be a right-angled triangle

and

where

AD A BC . If

A 90

'ABC 40 cm, 'ACD 10 cm and AC =9

cm, then the length of BC is

(A) 12 cm

(B) 18 cm

(C) 4 cm

(D) 6 cm

The length of the common chord of two

intersecting circles is 24 cm. If the

diameters of the circles are 30 cm and 26

cm, then the distance between the centres

in cm is

(A) 13

(B) 14

(C) 15

(D) 16

In 'ABC , D and E are pionts on AB and AC

respectively such that DE||BC and DE

divieds the 'ABC into two parts of equal

areas. Then ratio of AD and BD is

(A) 1 : 1

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(B) 1 : 2 1

(C) 1 : 2

(D) 1 : 2 1

X and Y are centres of circles of radii 9 cm

and 2 cm respectively, XY = 17 cm. Z is the

centre of a circle of radius r cm which

touches the above circles externally. Given

that XZY = 90, the value of r is

(A) 13 cm

(B) 6 cm

(C) 9 cm

(D) 8 cm

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and the length of the transverse common

tangent be 8 cm, then the distance be

tween the two centres is

(A)

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74.

(B)

140 cm

(D) 135 cm

In the given figure, AB is the diameter of

the circle. Find the value of ACD :

(C)

71.

145 cm

150 cm

(A) 30

(B) 60

(C) 45

(D) 25

In the given figure, ABCD is a cyclic

quadrilateral and diagonals bisect each

other at P. If DBC 60 and BAC 30 ,

then BCD is:

(A) 90

(B) 60

(C) 80

(D) none of these

The diagram below represents three

circular garbage cans, each of diameter 2

m. The three cans are touching as shown.

Find, in metres, the perimeter of the rope

encompassing the three cans.

(A) 2S 6

(B) 3S 4

(C) 4S 6

(D) 6S 6

In the adjoining figure, ABCD is a trapezium

in which AB||DC and AB = 3 DC. Determine

the ratio of the areas of ( 'AOB and 'COD ).

(A) 9 : 1

(C) 3 :1

(B) 1 : 9

(D) 1 : 3

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76.

15 cm long. Find the sum of the squares of

the medians.

(A) 150 cm

(B) 337.5 cm

(C) 225 cm

(D) 222.5 cm

An equilateral triangle is drawn on the

diagonal of a square. The ratio of the area

of the triangle to that of the square is

(A)

3 :2

(C) 2 : 3

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81.

(B)

82.

(A)

2: 3

(D) 1 : 2

be one fourth of the diameter of the earth.

Then the ratio of the volume of the earth to

that of the moon is

(A) 64 : 1

(B) 1 : 64

(C) 60 : 7

(D) 7 : 60

A rectangular circuit board is designed to

have width w cm, perimeter p cm and area

k sq. cm. Of the following, the equation

which must be true is

(A) 2w pw 2k = 0

(B) 2w pw + 2k = 0

(C) w pw + 2k = 0

(D) 2w + pw + 2k = 0

A cylindrical container of redius 6 cm and

height 15 cm is filled with ice-cream. The

whole ice-cream has to be disributed to 10

children in equal cones with hemispherical

tops. If the height of the conical portion is

four times the redius of its base, then the

radius of the base of the ice-cream cone is

(A) 4 cm

(B) 4.5 cm

(C) 3 cm

(D) 3.5 cm

Two circles with centres A and B and radius

2 units touch each other externally at 'C'.

A third circle with centre 'C' and radius '2'

units meets other two at D & E. Then the

area of the quadrilateral ABDE is

(A) 2 2 sq. unit

A sum of ` 1,000 was spent to make the

ground usable at the rate of 25 paise per sq.

m. The breadth of the ground is 50 m. If the

length of the ground is increased by 20 m,

what will be the expenditure in rupees at

the same rate per sq. m. ?

(A) 1,250

(B) 1,000

(C) 1,500

(D) 2,250

and is of internal radius 3.5 cm contains

sufficient water so that when a solid sphere

is placed inside, water just covers the

sphere. The sphere fits in the can exactly.

The depth of water in the can before the

sphere was put is

35

cm

3

(B)

17

cm

3

7

14

cm

(D)

cm

3

3

The height of a circular cylinder is increased

six times and the base area is decreased to

one-ninth of its value. The factor by which the

lateral surface of the cylinder increases is

(C)

83.

(A) 2

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90.

1

2

2

3

(D)

3

2

If the diagonals of a rhombus are 8 and 6,

then the square of its side is

(A) 25

(B) 55

(C) 64

(D) 36

The volume of a solid hemisphere is 19404

cm3. Its total surface area is

(A) 4158 cm

(B) 2858 cm

(C) 1738 cm

(D) 2038 cm

The area of the square inscribed in a circle

of radius 8 cm is

(A) 256 sq. cm

(B) 250 sq. cm

(C) 128 sq. cm

(D) 125 sq. cm

Find the ratio of areas of inscribed square

in a semicircle and a circle while the radii

of circle and semicircle are equal.

(A) 2 : 5

(B) 3 : 5

(C) 1 : 2

(D) 1 : 3

A chord AB of a circle of radius 10 cm makes

a right angle at the centre of the circle. Find

the difference between the areas of the

major and minor segments of the circle.

(use S = 3.14)

(A) 285.5 cm

(B) 385.5 cm

(C) 485.5 cm

(D) 185.5 cm

There is a square field whose side is 44 m.

A square flowerbed is prepared in its centre,

leaving a gravel path of uniform width all

around the flowerbed. The total cost of laying

the flowerbed and gravelling the path at Rs.

2 and Re. 1 per square metre respectively

is Rs. 3536. Find the width of the gravelled

path.

(A) 1 metre

(B) 1.5 metre

(C) 2 metre

(D) 2.5 metre

Find the area of a trapezium whose parallel

sides are 77 cm, 60 cm and the other sides

are 25 cm and 26 cm.

(A) 1640 sq. cm.

(B) 1644 sq. cm.

(C) 1740 sq. cm.

(D) 1744 sq. cm.

(C)

84.

(B)

histogram and answer the following questions.

96 to 100, a pie graph is given. Study the graph

carefully and answer the following questions

by choosing the best answer from the five

alternatives given below the question.

The following pie-chart gives the monthly

expenditure of Apurva

be his expenditure on clot hing and

miscellaneous?

(A) ` 7,500

(B) ` 10,000

(C) ` 11,500

(D) ` 12,500

97. How much should be the total expenditure

of Apurva if his expenditure on house rent

and travelling is ` 15,000 ?

(A) ` 35,000

(B) ` 45,000

(C) ` 50,000

(D) ` 55000

98. Each expenditure in the pie chart subtends

certain angle at the centre. Which of the

following shows a difference in an angle of

54 ?

(A) Entertainment and food

(B) Miscellaneous and house rent

(C) Miscellaneous and clothing

(D) Miscellaneous and food

99. The expenses on house rent is less than

food by

(A) 5%

(B) 33.33%

(C) 20%

(D) 25%

100. Which two expenditures together form a

central angle of 90 ?

(A) Travelling and clothing

(B) Entertainment and house rent

(C) Miscellaneous and house rent

(D) Travelling and entertainment

96.

91.

92.

93.

94.

95.

of 15 years to 45 years is:

(A) 450

(B) 800

(C) 1000

(D) 500

The number of persons in the age group 2030 years is:

(A) 475

(B) 400

(C) 300

(D) 700

The ratio of the number of persons between

the age group of 20-25 and 30-35 is :

(A) 1 : 3

(B) 2 : 1

(C) 10 : 3

(D) 6 : 1

The ratio of maximum population in an age

group to the total number of persons under

study is :

(A) 4 : 5

(B) 9 : 10

(C) 9 : 20

(D) 2 : 5

The percentage of population under study

which is in the age group os 40-45 is:

(A) 2.5

(B) 3.5

(C) 1.5

(D) 5

1.

(D)

21.

(C)

41.

(B)

61.

(B)

81.

(A)

2.

(C)

22.

(C)

42.

(D)

62.

(A)

82.

(C)

3.

(A)

23.

(A)

43.

(A)

63.

(A)

83.

(A)

4.

(A)

24.

(C)

44.

(A)

64.

(C)

84.

(A)

5.

(D)

25.

(A)

45.

(C)

65.

(C)

85.

(A)

6.

(A)

26.

(B)

46.

(B)

66.

(B)

86.

(C)

7.

(C)

27.

(D)

47.

(C)

67.

(B)

87.

(A)

8.

(A)

28.

(C)

48.

(D)

68.

(B)

88.

(A)

9.

(C)

29.

(B)

49.

(B)

69.

(B)

89.

(C)

10.

(A)

30.

(C)

50.

(A)

70.

(A)

90.

(B)

11.

(C)

31.

(A)

51.

(A)

71.

(C)

91.

(C)

12.

(B)

32.

(D)

52.

(A)

72.

(A)

92.

(B)

13.

(B)

33.

(D)

53.

(B)

73.

(A)

93.

(C)

14.

(C)

34.

(C)

54.

(D)

74.

(A)

94.

(B)

15.

(B)

35.

(A)

55.

(C)

75.

(B)

95.

(D)

16.

(A)

36.

(D)

56.

(C)

76.

(A)

96.

(D)

17.

(D)

37.

(A)

57.

(A)

77.

(A)

97.

(C)

18.

(A)

38.

(C)

58.

(A)

78.

(B)

98.

(D)

19.

(A)

39.

(B)

59.

(C)

79.

(B)

99.

(B)

20.

(C)

40.

(C)

60.

(B)

80.

(*)

100.

(D)

= sum of factors fo 50

= 1 + 2 + 5 + 10 + 25 + 50

= 93

2. (C) Let x be the required number

and a be its first part

so, (x a) will be its second part

Now, A.T.Q,

0.8a = 0.6 (x a) + 3

or, 0.8a + 0.6a = 0.6x+ 3

or, 1.4a = 0.6x + 3

a

0.6x 3

1 .4

(i)

also

0.9a + 6 = 0.8 (x a)

or, 0.9a + 0.8a = 0.8 x - 6

or, 1.7a = 0.8x 6

0.8 x 6

-------------- (ii)

1.7

from (i) & (ii) ,

a

0.6x 3 0 .8x 6

1.4

1.7

1.02x

+

5.1

= 1.12x 8.4

0.1x = 13.5

13 .5

= 135

0.1

Alternative method

4

3

a (x a ) 3

5

5

3

4 3

5 5 a 5 a 3 --------(i)

also

9

4

a 6 (x a )

10

5

4

4

9

10 5 a 5 x 6 --------(ii)

3

9 8 4

4 3

x 3

x 6

5

10 5

5

or,

51

51 28

42

x

x

50

10 25

5

51 42

56 51

x

or,

10

5

50 50

135 50

10

5

x = 135

3. (A) Let the two digit number be 10y + x where

x> y

10x+ y 10y x = 63

9x 9y = 63

x y=7

x = 7, 8, 9 and y = 0, 1 , 2

possible values of x are 7,8,9

4. (A) For every n 4 ;

n! will be divisible by 8

remainder will be zero

[ because for n 4 , 8 will be a factor of n!]

So, remainder of 1! + 2! + 3! + 4! + ....... + 100!

wil be equal to the remainder of 1! + 2! + 3!

only

1! + 2! + 3! = 1 + 2 + 3 = 9

9

;R=1

8

5. (D) H.C.F. = x and L.C.M. = y

AB=xy

So, A + B = (A + B) - 3AB(A + B)

= (x + y) 3xy (x + y)

= x + y + 3xy (x + y) 3xy (x + y)

= x + y

and

6. (A) x 2 y 3 x 1/3 y 1/ 2 x y

7. (C) Required average age of 2 persons

30 34 (8 3 )

44 yrs.

2

8. (*) Required average age just before the birth

of the youngest member

(10 20 ) (10 10 )

10 1

100

= 11.11 yrs.

9

9.(C) Weight of first member = x kg

Weight of second member = (x +2)

-------------Weight of fifth member = (x + 8) kg

Total time taken

(6 8 40)km

= (15 15 15) min

54 km

54 km

=

=

45

45 min

hr.

60

= 72 km/hr.

11. (C) Age of the captain

= (11 30 ) {(5 29) + (5 27)}

= (330 280) yrs.

= 50 yrs.

12.(B) (2m + 4b) 10 = (4m + 5b) 6

20m + 40b = 24m + 30b

4m = 10b 2m = 5b

So, 5b = 2 40

b=

2 40

= 16

5

Required difference =

Required ratio = 40 : 16 = 5 : 2

13.(B) In case I.

Let the number of shirts of brand B be x.

Let the cost of a shirt of brand B be ` 1

Original cost = 4 2 + x = ` (8 +x )

In case II.

4x + 2x = (8 + x )

140

7

= (8 + x )

100

5

20 + 10x = 56 + 7x

10x 7x = 56 20 = 36

3x = 36 x = 12

Required ratio = 4 : 12 = 1 : 3

14. (C) Half the sum = 18

total sum = 36

Nos. will be 6, 12 and 18

So, ratio of squares = 6 : 12 : 18

= 36 : 144 : 324

15. (B) A.T.Q,

A J

2

R

6 4 5

A : J : R

5

2

= 12 : 8 : 5

Apoorva's share

= 6 : 4 :

12

= (12 8 5) 2250

= Rs. 1080

16. (A) S.P. at 20% profit = Rs. 9/litre

9

100 = Rs. 7.5/litre

Cost of mixture =

120

Now, let the ratio of milk and water in the

mixture = x :y

10x = 7.5 (x + y)

2.5x = 7.5 y

x = 3y

x:y =3:1

17.(D)

Ratio of equivalent capitals of A, B and

C for 1 month

= (40500 6 + 45000 6 ): (45000 12)

: (600006+450006)

= (405+450): (450 2 ): (600 + 450)

= 855 : 900 : 1050

= 171 : 180 : 210

= 57 : 60 : 70

Sum the ratios = 57 + 60 + 70 = 187

(10 x ) (0 y )

= 7.5

x y

70 57

= 56100

187

13

56100 = ` 3900

187

C.P. of 1 banana = Rs.

3

4

3

2

New prices:

1 orange = Re. 1.1

1 banana

1 apple

3 110

= Rs. 0.825

4 100

3 110

= Rs. 1.65

2 100

3 oranges)

= Rs. (3 + 3 + 3) = Rs. 9

New price of (4 banana + 2 apples + 3

oranges)

= Rs. (4 0.825 + 2 1.65 + 3 1.1)

= Rs. (3.3 + 3.3 + 3.3) = 9.9

Percentage increase

9.9 9

100 = 10%

9

19. (A) Let the no. be x

% change

100%

original result

5x

=

5x

x

5 100%

25 x x

100 %

25 x

24 x

100 % = 96%

25 x

25% increase in consumption

(when expenditure is constant)

increased amount of sugar = 25% of 20kg

= 5 kg

Total amount now of sugar = (20 + 5) kg

= 25 kg

21. (C) Votes got by Rahul Gandhi

= (100-10)% of

= 90% of

=

4

of total voters

5

4

of total voters

5

9 4

of total voters

10 5

18

of total voters

=

25

= 216 voters -------- (i)

Now, Votes got by Varun Gandhi

= 20% gain

24.(C) If the C.P. of wrist watch be ` x then

C.P. of wall clock = ` (390 x )

So,

x 10 (390 x ) 15

= 51.50

100

100

5x = 5850 5150 = 700

x=

700

= ` 140

5

C.P. of wall clock = 390 140= ` 250

Required difference = 250 140 = ` 110

25.(A)

(40 20)% = Re1

So,

120% =

120

100

= 210 100 (100 12.5)

4

5

= 80% of

1

th of total voters

5

4 1

of total voters

5 5

4

of total voters

25

216

4 = 48 voters

18

So, total no. of votes polled = (216 + 48) votes

= 264 votes

22. (C) 10% reduction in price

11.11% increase in quantity

(when expenditure is constant)

A.T.Q,

11.11% of original amount of wheat = 50 gm

Original amount (ie.100% ) of wheat

= (50 9) gm

= 450 gm

23. (A) C.P. of each book sold by publisher

` 70,000

2000 400

= ` 43.75

S.P. of each book sold by publisher

= (100-30)% of ` 75

= ` 52.5

So, % gain =

52 .5 43 .75

100 %

43 .75

1

120= ` 6

20

= 210

120

87 .5

= ` 288

27. (D) Let the C.P. = x

So,

S.P. in 1st case = 1.05x

now,

C.P. in 2nd case = 0.95x

and

S.P. in 2nd case = 1.05x 2

Now, A.T.Q. 0.95x 1.1 = 1.05 x - 2

or,

1.045x = 1.05x 2

1.05x 1.045x = 2

0.005x = 2

2

400

0.005

3600 7

= ` 2520

100

20000 8

100

= ` 1600

Discount on next ` 10,000 =

10,000 5

100

= ` 500

Discount on remaining ` 6,000

= 2520 (1600 + 500) ` 420

Required percent =

420 100

= 7%

6000

5 25

% = 28.75%

= 5 25

100

16 12

% = 26.08%

= 16 12

100

it is more profitable to purchase the fan

from A.

pq

%

30.(C) Single equivalent discount = p q

100

= 330 : 275

= 6:5

32. (D) Let Rs. x = quaterly payment

given, r = 16% per annum

So, rate of interest per quarter

16

= 4% per quarter

=

4

Also,

No. of quarters in 2 years = 4 2

= 8 quarters

So,

8x + (7 + 6 + 4 + 3 + 2 + 1) 4% of x = 2280

78

4% of x = 2280

or, 8x +

2

n (n 1)

1 2 3 ... n

2

or, 800% of x + 112% of x = 2280

912% of x = 2280

250

100 2280

487

100 8

2

100 2280 2

= 250

1600 224

3310 1331

= (1210 1100 1000)

= 1331

34.(C) A = P 1

100

3 = 1 1 100

On squaring both sides,

9 = 1 1

35. (A)

100

10

100

1003

= 1500 + 1020

11

121

1000

990

1331

= 1500

1331

= 1500

1331

3327500

1331

= 1500 + 2500

= 4000

Alternative Method:Cash price of refrigerator

1020 1003 990

= 1500 1.1 (1.1)2 (1.1)3

= 1500

So, also, r = 10% p.a. and t = 3 years

1 1.1

10%

or,

3.31x = 3310 1.331

x=

3310 1.331

3.31

= Rs. 1331

Direct Method:-

3310

10 100 1000

11 121 1331

= 1500 +

2280 100

So, x =

=

912

Direct Method:Quarterly Payment

33. (D)

Annual payment =

1020 1003

990

1.1

1.21 1.331

= 1500 + 2500

= 4000

36. (D) When B works normally then days

taken by B to complete the work

20 12

days

20 12

= 30 days

Now, If B does the work only half a day daily

B will take twice the total days to

momplete the whole work alone

Now No. of days taken by B

= (30 2) days

= 60 days

So,

20 60

whole work =

= 15 days

20 60

= x day

Time taken by A (x 10) days

1

1

1

x x 10 12

x 10 x

x x 10 12

24x 120 = x2 10x

x2 34x + 120 = 0

x2 30x 4x + 120 = 0

x (x 30) 4(x 30) = 0

(x 4) (x 30) = 0

x 30 because x 4

38. (C) Let days taken by A to do the whole work

= x days

So, days taken by B to do the whole work

= (x 5) days

and, days taken by C to do the whole work

= (x 9) days

Now, ATQ,

Days taken by (A + B) together to do the

whole work

= Days taken by C alone to do the whole work

x (x 5 )

=x9

x ( x 5)

Time 1

2

d

4

1

d2

t2

(d 1 )2

=

(d 2 )2

t1

So, t2

d

1

= t1 d

2

t1 = 40 minutes, d1 = d, d2 = 2d

t2 = 40

2

t2 = 10 minutes

time taken by a pipe of diameter 2d

for doing the same job = 10 minutes

40.(C) Let the capacity of the tank be x gallons.

Quantity of water filled in the tank in 1

minute when all the pipes A, B and C are

opened simultaneously =

x

x

3

20 24

x

x

x

3

20 24

15

x

x

x

3

20 24 15

6x 5 x 8 x

3

120

3x = 3 120

x=

3 120

120 gallons

3

Here, Distance covered by the car in 27 minutes

= Distance covered by the sound in (28

minutes 30 seconds 27 minutes)

or, x2 5x = (x 9)(2x 5)

or, x2 5x = 2x2 5x 18x + 45

or, x2 18x + 45 = 0

or, x2 15x 3x + 45 = 0

or, x(x 15) 3(x 15) = 0

or, (x 3) (x 15) = 0 x = 3 or 15

but x = 3 is not possible as x 5 or x 9 will

become negative.

So, x = 15 days

Time

2d

t2 = 40

27

hr.

x km/hr

60

18

1.5

km /hr

hr

= 330

5

60

x = 330

18 .5 60

= 66

5 60 27

42. (D)

Distance travelled by Sonu and Monu

in

same time

= 600 mtr. & (600

60)mtr

= 600 mtr. & 540 mtr.

In the same time,

Ratio of distance travelled by Sonu &

Monu = 10 : 9

Similarly,

In the same time,

Ratio of distance travelled by Monu &

Bablu

= 500 : (500 25)

= 500 : 475

= 20 : 19

So,

In the same time,

Ratio of distance travelled by Sonu,

Monu & Bablu

= 10 20 : 9 20 : 9 19

=

200 : 180 : 171

When Sonu travels 200 m, Bablu will

travel 171 m

So, When Sonu travels 400 m, Bablu will

travel 342 m

In 400 m race between Sonu & Bablu,

Required No. of metres by which Sonu

will win the race

= 400 m 342 m

= 58 m

43. (A) Let x = length of the faster train (in mtr.)

a2 + b2 + c2 + 2bc = 2a2

a2 + b2 + c2 = 2a2 2bc

= 2 (a2 bc)

2

a 2 b 2 c 2 2 a bc

=2

2

2

a bc

a bc

48. (D) (a 1) 2 3 b 2 a

a=3:a 1=b

3 1:b b=2

a+b=3+2=5

49.(B) OP = 2

x 10

OQ =

B

0,3 Q

2

= 200 mtr.

44. (A) Speed of boat in still water =

3

2

Y

5

x = 36 second 20

m/sec

18

Sdown Sup

2

x y

=

= 0.5 (x + y)

2

P A

(2.0)

PQ = OP 2 OQ 2

45.(C) Expression

= 4 + 44 + 444 +........... to n terms

= 4 (1 + 11 + 111 +.... to n terms)

3 2

22

2

4

(9 + 99 + 999 + ...... to n terms)

9

4

[(10 1)+(100 1) + (1000 1)+........ to n

9

5

16 9

25

=

= = 2.5cm

2

4

4

4

9

terms]

=

4

[(10 +102 + 103 +......... to n terms) n]

9

4

[10(1 + 10 +102 + .......... to n terms) n]

9

40

9

40

4

=

(10n 1) n

81

9

a3b = abc

a2 = bc

a3b = abc= 180 = 12180 1

13 180

c=1

47. (C) a + b + c = 0

b + c = a

On squaring both sides, we get

(b + c)2 = a2

b2 + c2 = 2bc = a2

10n 1

4

9 9n

50.(A)

10n 1

]

9

A

(12.0)

B(0-,9)

Y

Putting x = 0 in 9x - 12y = 108,

we get, y = 9

Putting y = 0 in 9x 12y = 108,

we get, x = 12

OA = 12, OB = 9

AB = OA 2 OB 2

= 122 92

= 144 81

= 225

= 15 units

1

x

x

2a

=

2b

a b

51.(A) x = 3

1

=

x

Apply C & D,

3

x 2b

3a b

=

x 2b

a b

Now,

x3 +

1

3

x3

1

x = 3 3

x

..... (2)

a 3b

3a b

x 2a x 2b

= (a b ) a b

x 2b x 2b

x3 + x 3 = 3 3 3 3 = 0

x6 +1 = 0

x 206 + x 200 + x 90 + x 84 + x 18 + x 12 + x 6 + 1

= x 200 (x 6+1) + x 84 (x 6 +1) + x 12 (x 6 +1)+(x 6 +1) = 0

7

52. (A)

16 6 7 16 6 7

sin 1

sin

1

1 sin 1 sin

cos cos

(3 7 )2 (3 7 )2

7

(3 7 ) (3 7 )

x 2 3xy 2y 2

53. (B)

x 3xy 2y

=

=

2( x y )2 xy

2

2( x y ) xy

2 7

1

2

( x y 2xy ) xy

2 (6)2 1

2

2 (4 2 ) 1

2 36 1

2 32 1

71

65

x =

cos2

cos2

cos2

2 +1

and xy = 1

2-1

y=

1

2-1

=

x

2 +1

x

2b

=

2a

a b

Apply C & D,

54. (D)

x 2a

a 3b

=

x 2a

b a

5

sec2

= 5(sin2 cos2 ) 4(sin2 cos2 )

= (5 1) + (4 1)

=5+4

=9

B

h

90-

P

b

tan

h

---------- (i)

a

tan(90 )

..... (1)

=1

9

5

4 cos

cosec

1 tan

57. (A)

2 +1

2-1

+

x+y=

=6

2-1

2 +1

2 +1

2-1

and x y =

=4 2

2-1

2 +1

Again,

1 sin2

2

2

= 9 sin 4 cos

( x 2 y 2 2xy ) xy

2

2a 2b

=2

a b

56. (C)

=

1 1

1

1

(3)2 ( 7 )2 2 3 7 (3)2 ( 7 )2 2 3 7

7

a 3b 3a b

a b

55. (C)

9 7 23 7 9 7 23 7

h

b

or, cot

h

b

60.(B) sin 17 = y

cos 17 = 1 sin2 17

b

---------- (ii)

h

from (i) and (ii),

tan

x2

y2 x 2

y2

= 1 y2

h b

a a h ab

58.(A) CD = h metre, AB = 2h metre

y2 x 2

y2

2h

sec 17 =

sec 17 sin 73

=

y

y2 x 2

y x2

y2 x 2

y

y y x

= y y x = y y2 x 2

x

OB = OD = metre

2

From

61.(B)

2h

tan = x =

x

2 6

(i)

From

X

7

OCD,

h

OAB,

5

Y

XZ YZ = 2

XY2 + YZ2 = XZ2

2

AB

tan (90 ) =

BO

2h 4h

cot = x =

x

2

(ii)

2h 4h

x

x

tan 3 =

1

= cot 2

tan 2

3 = 90 2 5 = 90

5

1 = 2cos2 45 1

2

= 2 1 1 = 0

2

7

2 6

5

2 6

sec X + tan X =

7

5

12

+

=

=

2 6 2 6

2 6

a d 60

60

1

a d

180 3

60 d 1

=

60 d 3

= 18

2cos2

sec X =

(a d) , a , (a +d )

a d + a +a +d = 180

3a = 180 a = 60

= XZ2 YZ2

tan X =

x2 = 8h2

x

meter

2 2

(i)

(ii)

Adding both the equations,

2 Z = 14 XZ = 7 YZ = 7 - 2 = 5

h =

2 6

XZ + YZ = 12

tan . cot =

x2

180 3d = 60 + d

4d = 120 d = 30

a d = 60 30 = 30

a = 60

a + d = 60+ 30 = 90

d

AE

d

d cot

DE

tan

DE DE

So, the height of the house,

AB = CD + DE

tan

63. (A)

B (Balloon)

after leaving the

point A, balloon

reach to point B

vertically upward

in 1.5 min

Here, O the

observer

= d(tan cot )

sin cos

= d

cos sin

= d sec cosec

60

200m

O

So, BOA = 60

(Observer)

tan 60 =

AB

65. (A)

AB

OA

= OA tan 60

= 200 3 m

So, speed of the ballon

distance

=

time

AB

=

time to reach from A to B

200 3m

= 1.5

= 3.87 m/sec.

sec

60

Here,

AB height of the house

& CD height of the window

So, ATQ,

ADB = 90

Also,

here, line AD makes as angle with the

vertical line DE.

ADE also, BDC 90

In BCD ,

tan(90 ) =

d

d

BC

=

or, cot

CD

CD

CD

d

CD

= d tan

cot

also,

In ADE ,

a:b:c=1:1:

Let a = x, b = x & c =

ATQ,

2x

c2 : (a2 + b2) = ( 2x )2 : (x 2 x 2 )

= 2x2 : 2x2

=

1:1

D (window)

street

a

b

c

90

By sine formula:

E

90

of BC, CA & AB respectively.

64. (C)

House

cos

sin

CDA = CAB = 90

C is common.

ACD ABC

C

ACD AC2

ACD BC2

10

92

40 BC2

BC2 = 4 92

BC = 2 9 = 18 cm

Centres at:

A

67.(B)

Y

X

90

OD=

152 122

225 144

81 = 9

OD =

132 122

=

169 144 = 25 = 5

OO' = 9 + 5 = 14 cm

68. (B)

XY 2 XZ 2 ZY2

172= (r+9)2 + (r+2)2

289 = r2 + 18r + 18 + r2 + 4r + 4

2r2 + 22r + 85 289 = 0

2r2 + 22r 204 = 0

r2 + 11r 102 = 0

r2 + 17r 6r 102 = 0

r ( r + 17) 6( r +17) = 0

( r 6) ( r +17) = 0

r = 6 cm

70.(A)

E

DE BC

ADE = ABC

AED = ACB

ADE

BDEC

ADE

ABC

1

1

BDEC

ADE +1=1+1

ABC

AB2

=2=

AD2

ADE

AB

=

AD

AB

1= 2 1

AD

BD

= 2 1

AD

1

AD

=

BD

2 1

AD : BD = 1 :

1

2 1

69.(B) XZ = r + 9 & YZ = r + 2

XY2 (r1 r2 )2

= XY2 92

64 = XY2 - 81

XY2 = 64 + 81 = 145

XY = 145

71. (C) AB is diameter

ADB = 90

also DO AB at 'O', the centre of the

circle.

BDO (by SAS cong. Rule)

ADO

AD = DB (by CPCT)

DAB = ABD = 45

But ACD = ABD (angles in the same

segment of a circle)

= 45

72. (A)

CAD CBD (Angles iin the same

segment of a circle)

= 60

Now BAD = BAC CAD

= 30 + 60 = 90

Now BAD BCD 180

( ABCD is cyclic)

90 + BCD = 180

73. (A)

BCD = 180 90 = 90

Perimeter of the rope

1

of circumference of a circle) +

3

3 diameter of a circle)

= 3 (

=3

+32

3 2

= 2 + 6

DC||AB (given)

AOB ~ COD (by AA similarity)

74. (A)

ar (AOB )

AB 2

=

ar (COD )

DC 2

9DC 2

(3DC )2

9

=

1

=

DC 2

DC 2

75. (B) In the given figure, ABC is a right angle

triangle, where B 90

AE, BD and CF are the 3 medians

Now, AB = 12 cm, BC = 9 cm & AC = 15 cm

So, here,

=

BD

1

1

AC BD AC

2

4

AE CF

5

AC

4

also,

1 5

BD AE CF AC

4 4

r

r

2

Rm : radius of the moon = = unit

2

4

4 3

r

Ve

3

=

3 = 64 : 1

Vm

4 r

3 4

P = 2(l + w)

P

w =l

2

its area = l b

P

= ww

2

2k = Pw 2w2

2w2 Pw + 2k = 0

container = r 2h =

its height = 4r cm

Volume of 1 cone with hemispherical top

6

6

= AC 225 337.5 cm

4

4

76. (A) Let x unit be the side of the square.

A1 : Area of the square = x2 sq. unit

A2 : Area of the equilateral described

on the diagonal of the square.

3

( 2 x )2 sq.unit

4

A2

A1

3

2x 2 sq. unit

4

3

x

3

2

=

2

x

A2 : A1 =

77. (A)

3 :2

de : diameter of the earth

1

Case I, dm =

d

4 e

Let r unit be the radius of the earth.

then, dm =

1

r

2r =

unit

4

2

22

6 6 15 cm3

7

1

2

r h r 3

3

3

1

2

r 4r r 3

3

3

4 3 2 3

r r

3

3

6 3

r = 2r 3

3

V. of 10 such cones = 10 2r 3 cm

ATQ,

22

6 6 15 = 10 2r 3

7

22

22 3

6 6 15 = 10 2

r

7

7

r3 =

6 6 15 6 6 6

=

10 2

2 2 2

6

cm = 3 cm

2

80. (*) figure is not gettiva matched with the

question asked.

r =

1000

m

1

4

= 4000 m

breadth = 50 m

Length =

86.(C)

BD = Diagonal = 16cm

4000

= 80 m

50

New area = 100 50 = 5000sq. m

Area of square =

4

Volume of sphere

4

r 4

4

14

= 3

= r 3.5

cm.

3

3

3

r

Required water level

14

Curved surface = 2

1

r 6h = (2 rh)2

3

84. (A) BO = 4 units: OC = 3 units & BOC = 90

x

2

r2

= x2 +

r2

5 2

x

4

x2

4 2

r

5

1

3

1

1616 = 128 sq. cm.

2

'x' be the side of the inscribed square.

S

R

r

x

x

A P O Q B

2

In OQR,

= cm

=7

3

3

83. (A) Curved surface of cylinder = 2 rh

Case II

Radius = r : height = 6h

1

BD2

2

in the circl e o f same radiu s.

D

r

2r = 2y

2r

y=

2

BC = 42 32 = 5 units

BC2 = 25 sq. units

85.(A)

2

3

= 19404

3 r

2

2r

sq. unit

22

3

3 7 r = 19404

r3 =

19404 3 7

= 9261

2 22

r = 3 21 21 21 = 21cm

Total surface area = 3 r2

=3

22

21 21 = 4158 sq. cm

7

4r 2

sq. unit

5

= 2r sq. unit

Required ratio =

4r 2

: 2r2

5

2

= 2r2 : 1

5

= 2r2[2 : 5]

=2:5

88. (A)

=

O

A

cm

10

10

cm

34 17 9 8

= 2 17 17 3 3 2 2 2

= 2 2 3 17

= 204 cm2

= sector area OABO area of OAB

3.14 10 10 90 1

10 10

=

360

2

314

50 = 78.5 50 = 28.5 cm2

4

Area of the major segment

= area of circle area of minor segment

= 3.14 10 10 28.5

= 314 28.5 = 288.5 cm2

Required difference = 285.5 28.5

= 257 cm2

1

BE height = 204

2

or,

1

17 CM

2

89. (C)

CM

= 204

=

ar(Trap. ABCD) =

=

204 2

= 24 cm

17

1

(60 + 77) 24

2

1

137 24

2

91.(C) Required number of persons = 450 +250

+150 + 75 + 50 +25 = 1000

92.(B) Required answer = 250+150 = 400

93.(C) Required ratio = 250 : 75 = 10 : 3

94.(B) Age group 15 - 20

= (44 44)m2 = 1936m2

At the rate of Re. 1 per sq. mtr; the total

cost would be Rs. 1936,

but the total cost = Rs. 3536

Difference = Rs. 3536 Rs. 1936

= Rs. 1600

Rs. 1600 would be the extra cost on the

flower bed and as the extra cost on the

flower bed is Rs. 1 per sq. mtr.

Area of flower bed = 1600 sq. mtr.

44 40

2

= 2 metre

26

c

C

cm

26

c

E F B

ABCD is a trapezium.

Draw CE || DA intersecting AB at E.

ABCE is a ||gm.

DA = CE = 26 cm.

In BCE

A

S=

17 25 26

68

=

=34

2

2

25

100 = 5%

500

= (20 + 30)% of 25000 = ` 12500

15000

97. (C) Total expenditure = (10 20) 100

= ` 50,000

98. (D) 360 = 100%

54

% 15 %

3 .6

and among the options the two items having

difference of 15% (and hence 54) are

miscellanouns and Food

25

90. (B)

60 cm

54

= 1600 m2

= 40 m

450

9

=

500 10

15 10

100 %

15

1

100 % 33 .33 %

3

90

% 25%

3.6

and among the options the two items

making central angle of 90, together, are

travelling and eutertainment.

100. (D) 90 =

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