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Ans.(4). Options 1, 2 and 3 are not suitable as they contain mutually opposing words whereas the question demands words with similar meaning. Option (4) has “unimportant” and “trivial” as the similar words. Ans.(2). The use of the word ‘groveled’ in the question suggests that the blanks should contain words with negative connotation. Thus options 1, 3 and 4 get eliminated. Option (2) is the best. Ans.(4). One cannot ‘maximize’, ‘enact’ or be ‘under’ a decision. Decisions are ‘faced’. Hence options 1, 2 and 3 get eliminated. Ans.(2). The second blank needs an adjective for ‘nerves’ which are no longer working properly. So ‘damaged’ is the best option. Also note that nerves cannot be detrimental or complex or involuntary. Ans.(3). For the first blank, we need an adjective for the word ‘ choices’. In the context of Internet, the ‘choices’ can best be described as ‘unlimited’. So option 3 is the correct option. Ans.(1). Obtrudes means ‘become noticeable in an unwelcome or intrusive way’. Therefore by meaning it is the option that best fits the first blank. Also since it means to become noticeable in an unwelcome manner, the second blank is rightly filled with the word ‘offends’. Ans.(3). In general, a loose fiscal policy would lead to an increase in demand. So ‘assess’, ‘outstrip’ and ‘restrain’ do not fit the first blank as well as the word ‘stimulate’ does. So option 3 is the correct option. Ans.(1). For the first blank, words ‘leisure’ and ‘time’ both can be used. So we eliminate options 3 and 4. However for the second blank–one cannot travel abroad and ‘ignore’ the world. So option 1 is the correct option. Ans.(1). The link is AC and D should be the opening statement. Ans.(3). The link is ECD and E should be the opening statement. AB is a strong link. Ans.(2). The link is CE and ED. BA is also a strong link. Ans.(4). D is a good opening statement. AE is also a good link. Ans.(2). The link is AD and B is the opening statement. Ans.(1). Answer cannot start with A or C, hence options (3) and (4) are ruled out. A strong link is ED. Best option is (1). Ans.(4). The link is EDB. This is present only in option (4) and hence that is the best choice. Ans.(4). The link is EC, CB and BDA. Ans.(3). The correct usage is ‘help himself to’ and not ‘help himself with’. Options 1, 2 and 4 use the word correctly. Ans.(4). The correct usage is ‘listen to reason’ and not ‘listen to a reason’ . Options 1, 2 and 3 use the word correctly. Ans.(1). The correct usage is ‘look great on paper’ and not ‘look great on the paper’. Options 2, 3 and 4 use the word correctly. Ans.(2). The correct sentence is ‘My wife runs a profitable business in this suburb’. Options 1, 3 and 4 use the word correctly. Ans.(1). The correct usage is ‘to serve themselves’ and not ‘to service themselves’. Options 2, 3 and 4 use the word correctly. Ans.(1) The use of the word “circumstances” makes this the best choice. Ans.(4) Ans.(2) It is the best worded of all. Ans.(2) Ans.(2). The answer is stated in the last paragraph. All other combinations given are factually incorrect (as per the passage). Ans.(4). The answer is stated in the first paragraph. Greeks were not into mysticism, thinkers as they were. Ans.(4). The answer is stated in the penultimate paragraph. The sheer immensity of the Egyptian architecture proves it. Ans.(1). The answer is stated explicitly in the first paragraph. You just can’t get it wrong!

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Ans.(3). The answer is stated in the last paragraph. Refer to the line “They would build what was more beautiful than hill and sea and sky and greater than all these.” Ans.(3). Option (1) is not strong enough to be the central theme. Option (2) is completely wrong, as per the first paragraph. Option (4) is wrong because the focus of the passage is on PRIs. Ans.(1) The idea is clear: The PRIs have been weakened over time. “Volition” = Desire. ‘Volition got circumscribed’ means that their capability to plan and work as per their needs has reduced. Ans.(2) The ‘flaw’ discussed in the first para makes it clear. While interstate and centre-state are free of the problem of “who gets what and how much power”, the intra-state is not free of this dilemma. Ans.(3). The answer is stated in the first paragraph. It is quite explicit. Ans.(4). The answer is clearly evident from the facts mentioned in the passage like “rise of the several regional parties and smaller pressure groups representing the larger will of the masses they represent.” Ans.(1). The answer is stated in the third paragraph. Ans.(2). The statement means that his father was not interested in his intellectual studies, and he was not interested in the construction work of his father. So, a social was created. Ans.(4). The other options find a mention in the second paragraph. Option (4) is not stated explicitly. Ans.(4). This fact is not mentioned anywhere in the passage. Ans.(2). The answer is stated in the last paragraph. This is quite an easy one to spot! Ans.(4) Only the 4th option is correct. The first three are wrong. Ans.(2) Straight and simple! Ans.(1). The answer is stated in the second paragraph. Ans.(3). The answer is stated in the third paragraph. Ans.(3). The answer is stated in the penultimate paragraph. Ans.(2). The answer is stated in the fourth paragraph. Ans.(1). The answer is stated in the first paragraph. Ans.(4). The answer is stated in the fourth paragraph. Ans.(2) Ans.(1). The answer is stated in the second paragraph. It is apparent that we can apply SIMILARITY theorem to this problem.

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we get x < 2.(4) 61.(4) We have 13x + 1 < 2z and z + 3 = 5y 2 From (1) and (2) we get 13x + 1 < 2 (5y 2 – 3) ⇒ 13x + 1 < 10y 2 – 6. x > y.(4) 59.05 (approx). x x x 60.e.(1) x 55. Total surface area = 2 πrh ⇒ 2 π × 2 × h = 4h..(4) From the given conditions. 4n n ∴ Time taken by Ram to travel to A = If turns are equally spaced. (1) . d = c . then distances between vertical turns is Ans. Put n = 72. we get x = 1.230 i. So.(2) r B 4√19 BC 2 = AB 2 + AC 2 – 2 AB. 56. Applying cosine rule to find the third side n = 2. Ans. 4 19 + 20 2 19 + 10 = . Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 Huts destroyed Huts rebuilt n n 2 3n 3n 4 2 9n 9n 8 4 27n 16 Total n 3n n+ = 2 2 3n 3n 9n + = 4 2 4 9n 9n 27n + = 8 4 8 Time taken by Shyam to travel to A = 8 + 4 19 + 12 2 ∴ Required difference = 24 + 12 19 + 36 – 24 – 8 19 – 16 6 = 57. Then x = – 1. only 4 option th FG a . then x = 59. thus x is 2. Ans. c IJ H 6 dK 5 will have a fraction. Assuming a = –1 and b = –1. If y = 2. b = 2c.. Ans. (2) x v x ∴ Volume of the box will be V = (12 – 2x) 2 .(1) Item Code : CAT 2003-ReTest (Sol) (2) of (8) . a = 12c. x cannot be 6. From there we can evolve the values of x.(4).AC cos 120° = 144 + 64 + 2 × 12 × 8 × = 144 + 64 + 96 ⇒ BC = 304 = 4 19 . Ans.(3) 8 Air condition 4 2 6 3 1 2 Radio From the options. Given a = 6b = 12c 2b = 9d = 12e 4 c So. y > x.e..45 . Assume b = 2 and a = 1/2. Hence correct answer is (4).e. 2 cars don’t have any option. destroyed by floods in 2002 and 2003 i. a. Putting the values in options 1 and 2.(2) 6 3 Put x = 2 and y = 6 and check for the options. m 8 km (R 2) 2 Thus both statements are true.538.. This is not possible.. Ans. Ans. Thus options 1 and 4 have been eliminated. e = 9 3 15 n . i. 5. We assume values of a and b. Put n= 36 then x = 36 2 + 2 36 ( 36 + 4) + 16 = 28. a + 4 are prime numbers Put value for “a” starting from 3. Consider a number n = 6 ⇒ A: B: This will give x = 2. Ans. π 4h h = . a + 2. We have a divisor 3 which is greater than √6 but less than 6. length needed will be 4n cms.SOLUTIONS 52.(4) km /h C 62. we get x < 0. Hence. 6. Then. Ans. 7 as the only set of prime numbers satisfying the given relationship. Let each turn be of length 2πr = 2π × 2 = 4 cms . 36 + 4 × 6 + 4 54. ⇒ 13x < 10y 2 – 7 ⇒ x < 10 y 2 – 7 13 . we get Ans.. Ans. we have 27 From the table it is clear that n is less than the total number of huts 16 58. 12 + 4 19 + 8 3 1 2 63. 53. m 3k 1) (R km m 12 Ra /h r A 120° Sh ya We have a divisor 2 which is greater than 1 & less than √6. We will have 3. Ans. π Thus for n turns. ⇒ x lies between 28 and 60. x For V to be maximum dV =0 dx If y =1 then.(4) Power windows When we add up all the values we get 23 cars.

5. If we cut open the cube. 9 – 4..( 2 + 3 ). ∆ A 1B 1D is a 30°.r 4 3 × r( 2 + 3 ) 4 . 1.7. i. Ans.(1+ 3 ) Since the values of x will not satisfy both the equations.. 66.(1) Item Code : CAT 2003-ReTest (Sol) . Ans. 2 3r . 60°. we will get a rectangle with sides 4n and n... 90° triangle. 1 + 2 2. 6. 7 .r.. ∴ 71. 4. Therefore sets will not contain multiples of 6.x 3 + . 7.. 5}. are in A.r . 2 U | | | T = { 4.r 2 ⇒ ⇒ x 2 – 2x – x + 2 = 0 (x – 1) . Assuming 1/7 as x..(1) We can see that the hexagon is actually divided into 2 equal parts. C will be on point C 3. 8. 5.(3) E B1 D r r 60° A1 B2 r r A2 C2 So. So. 9. Ans. 2 2 . u2 = 3 1/4 × (2r )2 ⇒ u = 3 . Time required by A to finish her sprint = 2r 2r 2r 3r + + = 20 30 15 10 3r × (10√3 + 20) =3(r + 2√3). Ans. 10 } | W T2 = { 2. i. Given radius of each circular park = r ⇒ Distance travelled by A = a = 3 × 2r = 6r. 60°. ∞ 7 72 73 ⇒ S∞ = B3 FG IJ H K 1 7 1 1− 7 1+ 3 = 49 .SOLUTIONS 64. distance travelled by C in this time = B E 40 3r (1 + 3 ) × = 4r (1+√3). 8. Then S ∞ = 1+ 4 9 16 + + +. C3 Consider T 1 = {1.(1) . Time required by B to reach B 3 = 2r(2 + 3 ) × 2 31/4 . C 1 E = √3r.(2) ⇒ ⇒ x (x – 2) – 1 (x – 2) = 0 x = 1.7 } 4 5 6 T 7 once again does not contain a multiple of 6.x 2 + 4 2 . b – a = 3√3r and c – b = 3√3r. = 4r .. 3. So. B 1D = 3r = r (2+√3). 2 v2 = { } 2 ⇒v= 2 31/ 4 .. ⇒ C 1 C 2 = 2r + 2√3r = 2r (1 + √3) ⇒ Distance travelled by C = c = 3 × 2r (1+√3) = 6r (1+√3) Now. 5. 9 } | | T = { 6. D D 1/ 4 Distance covered by A in this time = 3 .. 96 – 16 = 80 will contain. 90° triangle..(2) 72.. we can say that the equations have no common roots..r . 4 2 .8 } V All these do contain multiples of 6.(2) 69.P.(3) 27 70. 6 } T3 = { 3. Ans. (x – 2) = 0 w2 = (3) of (8) 3 × 2r (1+ 3 ) 4 { } ⇒ w = 3 1/ 4 . Ans. 2. 4..P. 4 – 1. 16 – 9.(2) 65. Now.. 6.∞ = S ∞ The above obtained arithmetico-geometric series (AGP) has the following sum to infinity. one part out of every 6 taken in a sequence will not contain a multiple of 6. C So the length of the string is √17 n..7.(2 + 3 ) 4 31/4 = 4 3 1/ 4 . In given series 1 2 . 4. 16 are not in A.. Ans.. 5. 3 10 C Ans.e. 1. 3. T = { 5. But 1. 6. distance travelled by B in this time = So.. ⇒ S∞ = 1+ x (1 − x )3 C1 30° r r A3 r r . 10 A F Now. This does not contain a multiple.(1+ 3 ) × 4 31/ 4 = 4r (1+√3).(1) 67. 96 = 16 6 ⇒ B1 B2 = 2r + 2 × ⇒ Distance travelled by B = b = 3 × r (2+√3) = 3r (2+√3) ∆ A 1C 1E is a 30°. B will be at B 1 . Based on the above solution itself.x + 3 2.. we can say h = n. 4. 3. Ans. A will be at A 3 Distance covered by C in this time = 3 1/ 4 .e. Also.(3) 68. C will be at C 3.r . We have two equations x 3 + 3x 2 + 4x + 5 = 0 x 3 + 2x 2 + 7x + 3 = 0 From (1) and (2) we get x 2 – 3x + 2 = 0 D So. 3 2. 9. n So.

F 22 21 .(1) So the required result is 20 +10 + 5 = 35 Ans. If x.(3) Let AP = 4x . Ans. N9 )1/ 3 = 1+ 8 loge .(2) M 9 A≡ B≡C Now suppose we talk of town A connecting to town of other zones.(2) 85. B. Same for the other two towns in the same zones. Similarly towns of zone 2 will connect two 6 other towns. Ans. h h ⇒ h = x + d tan ⇒ tan60 = ⇒ h= x 3 x+d x 81... we get that y = – 64. Total lines will be 36 + 27 + 18 + 9 = 90. Where a = side of equilateral triangle and x = side of square. Thus d1 t1 d2 t2 45° d = a f*g=e f5 = f 10 5 5 e*f=f g5 = g So. Hence. Thus every zone will have 3 + 3 + 3 = 9 lines internally for the three towns.(3) 1 log3 M + 3 log3 N = 1 + log0 . Then equation is satisfied by y = – 64 and x = 256. y ∈ I 5x + 19y = 64.(3) 84. the answer will remain the same. C 4y R S A P 4z 3x D 9 75. C D. ∴ AP : PD = 4 x : tan45 = 80.(1) 82. 5 m 4 = 20 5 n 2 = 10 5 p 1 =5 = ∴ d = x( 3 − 1) ∴ x x( 3 − 1) = t1 10 ∴ t 1 = 5( 3 + 1). PD = 4z 12 x × 3x = 7z 7 12 x = 7 :3 . Ans. So we start from the innermost bracket. 78 = 50 + 10 + 10 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = 7 69 = 50 + 10 + 5 + 2 + 2 = 5 1.(4) 4x 78.. 7 + 5 + 7 = 19 coins. Ans.. f ⊕ [f * {f ⊕ (f * f)}] is to be simplified. loge 5 log3 (M .01 = 50 + 25 + 10 + 10 + 2 + 2 + 2 = 7.(4) Item Code : CAT 2003-ReTest (Sol) (4) of (8) . 4 2 ≡ 4(mod 6) 4 4 ≡ 4(mod 6) 4 6 ≡ 4(mod 6) and so on. 2πr = 3a = 4x. Ans.. g 9 = g 5 * g 4 = g * e = g g*g=h h*f=g e = e 8 60° x Now speed is constant. Ans. Then it will have to connect to 9 towns.008 5 3 1 83.(3) π 9 Q 3y 3z B 77. we have g * g = h (this is g squared) h * g = f (this is g cubed) f * g = e. Ans. f = f * f = f * f = h Q {a 10 * (f 10 ⊕ g 9)} ⊕ e 8 {a * (h ⊕ g)} ⊕ e {a * f} ⊕ e ⇒ e. f*f=h f⊕h=e f*e=f f ⊕ f = h. 1000 A. Ans.. . From the table. Thus c > s > t. Thus x > 0 and will be ≤ 4.(1). 86. Ans.(3) 7 79. 23 24 = 1+ loge 10 − loge 2 loge 10 − loge 2 = 1+ loge 8 − loge 1000 3 loge 2 − 3 loge 10 1 loge 10 − loge 2 1 2 = log3 (MN9 ) 3 = 1− = −3 (loge 10 − loge 2) 3 3 2 33 1 (9 ) 3 = 1+ 1 (MN9 ) 3 = = 9 MN = 9 ⇒ N = . Ans.. 74. For x = 256. (this is g to the power 4) Ans.(1) 76. So 6 + 6 + 6 = 18 and finally 9 lines for zone 3. Put n = 1. So total = 36 lines for 4 zones (9 x 4 = 36). Hence Ans.SOLUTIONS 73. 4 m e =4 5 n e=5 e p e =1 log3 M 3 + log3 N3 = 1+ loge 5 loge 0 . So 9 lines..(4).. 008 So the required result is 4 +5 + 1 = 10 Ans. {a 10 * (f 10 ⊕ g 9)} ⊕ e 8 f*f=h e*e=e a 10 h a*a=a h*g=f g*f=e e*g=g So. So there will be 27 lines. Then c : s : t = 4 4 3 : : 1 . E.

...(3) 91.. x+y+z ≥ ( x y z) 3 3 1 a/4 . 4 Now by the First process of cutting the cloth : a Let us divide the big square in four equal squares of side . The same can be given in the following ways . 2y = x + z xyz = 4 We know that A.(2) 90.(1) Item Code : CAT 2003-ReTest (Sol) .. Ans. Ans. 2 (5) of (8) ⇒ a 4 – 3R 2a 2 – R 2 a2 + 3R 4 = 0 ⇒ a 2 (a 2 – 3R 2) – R 2 (a 2 – 3R 2) = 0 ⇒ a 2 = R 2 and a 2 = 3R 2 ⇒ a = R and a = and b = 3R 3R ..(1) . Ans.. AD a From triangle DBC 4R 2 = a 2 + b 2 2 ⇒ 4R 2 = a + 3R 4 a2 ⇒ a 4 – 4R 2 a2 + 3R 4 = 0 a 2 (4 − π ) = a 2 – π(a/2) 2 = .. So required ratio = 1 : 1.(2) 92...(1) . If b = 3.(2) From (1).M. The first digit can be chosen in 9 ways (0 not acceptable).M... 1. 2.. Thus x + y = 180 – 96 ⇒ x + y = 84 Also for ∆CDB 4x + y = 180 Solving (1) and (2) 3x = 96 x = 32 ∴ 88. 9. when a = R.. 8. If b = 2.(2) a/4 a/2 a/2 Now total area of scrap = 4 RF a I |G J SH 4 K | T 2 −π FG a IJ U + 3RFG a IJ | | H 8 K V SH 2 K | | W T 2 2 −π FG a IJ U | H 4K V | W 2 then a = 1. ≥ G. a/4 a/2 a/4 Refer to the diagram given sidewise. Thus the code can be made in 9 × 9 = 81 ways... ∠DBC = 2x = 64°. 2.(3) From (2) and (3) we get 3 possible ways 4 possible ways Total number of ways confusion can arise = 4 × 3 = 12 . The available digits are 0. . 2 then a = 1 .. 4 equations possible then a = 1....... So required ratio = 1 : 1. 4 . 4 Again divide the big square in 7 small squares as shown in figure.(2) But 2 numbers 69 and 96 do not create confusion when written upside down.. Hence.. = a2 4 − π 4 c h . we get 1 3y ≥ ( xyz) 3 3 1 y ≥ (4 ) 3 2 y ≥ 23 2 ⇒ 3 R 2 = ab . b = R .(1) πR 2 π = ab 3 We have. Then the area of total scrap E C x y x A D 2x 2x B 96O =4 LMF a I F a I OP MNGH 2 JK − πGH 4 JK PQ 2 2 = a2 (4 − π) .. 1 equation possible .. 89.SOLUTIONS 87.(3) For equation to have real roots b 2 – 4ac ≥ 0 Here c = 1...(2) From DAE tan θ = AE AE = AD b .. Ans. Thus total possible values = 7.. Now there are only 4 digits which can created confusion 1. 9. The area of total scrap in second process of cutting the cloth AE b = . since x + z = 2y. when a = Hence required ratio is 1 : 3 . 3 R . Thus b 2 ≥ 4a If b = 4.. the second digit can be accepted in 9 ways (digits repetition not allowed). Ans. Ans. 2 equations possible . ∴ final answer = 81 – 12 + 2 = 71. 6.. 3...(1) From ∆DBC tan θ = BC b = DC a Minimum value of y = 2 3 ..

m OP ⇒ log LM m OP ⇒ log M NM 1...(4) 105.(2) 2 95. ⇒ log − MNM n FGH n 2 1IJK PQP NM n QP Ans. ... Putting the value of x = 1 .(3) . Ans.. they are 10.. Hence Ans... Ans. we have Let the ages of father. = (1000–5) + 1000 = 995 + 1000 = 1995.. Ans.. (x + n) = 4(z + n) & (y + n) = 3(z + n) Statement A : It gives that x – y = 10. Given numeral = MDCCLXXXVII = 1000 + 500 + 100 + 100 + 50 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 5 + 1 + 1 = 1787..+ n−1 n/ 2 [ n+1] [n+1] n /2 n (n−1) Now at 1st position B will come and at the 4th position. MVM = 1000 + (1000–100) + (100–10) + 5 = 1000 + 900 + 90 + 5 = 1995. Ans..SOLUTIONS 93.. This statement again does not give any conclusive answer. ⇒ 4a × 2 ( 2 + 1) 2a 2 2 2 ( 2 + 1) 2(2 + 2 ) ...(3) –2 = –2.n.. 2 2 Area and perimeter of S 3 = 4a a .(1) 101. Ans.m .109 : On analyzing the given information. Raman & Shanthi. n = 13 and d = 7 = 13 [2 × 10 + (13–1)7] = 676.. Thus answer is (2). we get 1 = 4 which is not possible. we get 100 100. Now at the 2nd position. ∴ C comes at 2nd position. both statements are individually sufficient to answer the question. Area and perimeter of S 2 = .600/x = 10. Sunil & Sridevi. Raj & Joya. Ans.(2) Husband Anil Raj Raman Sunil Wife Anita Joy a Shanthi Sridev i F I GG 1 JJ 4a GG 1− 1 JJ 4FG 2 IJ H 2 K = H 2 − 1K = F I a ×2 G 1 JJ a G GH 1− 21 JK 2 2 . 94 Now this is an A. a. Ans. So both statements will have to be combined to get the answer. C and D can come on 4th position. we have Aakash as the “man of the match. Therefore nothing can be concluded by A individually or B individually. Ans. Therefore. Area and perimeter of S 4 = 8 ( 2 )3 Then..... = ( 2 )2 ( 2 ) 3 a a2 a2 a2 + + + +.. individually is sufficient. Hence A. Statement A gives that Aakash and Biplab both score 50 runs but no information about the number of catches taken by Aakash.(2) 94. Applying tangent secant theorem ∠B = 50° and since ∠CAT is the external angle of the triangle ABC ∠BCA = 50° ∴ ∠BOA = 100°.. Hence Ans. Given numeral = MCMXCIX = 1000 + (1000 – 100) + (100 – 10) + (10 – 1) = 1000 + 900 + 90 + 9 = 1999... The required sum = 10 + 17 . we have to identify such 2 digit numbers.P. Ans.. We have series 97. C will come at 2nd and D at the 3rd position. but the value of x + y cannot be defined. 1 1 1 + + .. For Q. y and z respectively. Hence answer to these questions can be easily obtained.. 2 4 8 IJ K I JK This information confirms that (30 + 25 + 15 + 20) 90% of employees do not have at least 1 gadget.(3) 109.(2) 99. nor B... MCMXCV c.+ n 2 n−1 0 +1+2 +3 + . . Statement A : The equation that can be formed is 600/(x – 5) ... MVD d. nor can A come.. Statement B : Statement B does not provide sufficient data to solve the problem as actual members in the club are not stated.. According to the problem.” Ans.. Ans.(1) log 10 x = 4 log x 10 ⇒ log 10 x = log x 10 4 ⇒ log 10 x = log x 10000 Now putting the value of x = 10. 106.. MCMLXXV = 1000 + (1000 – 100) + 50 + 10 + 10 + 5 = 1000 + 900 + 50 + 25 = 1975 b. Obviously.logG H n K Hn K Hn K H n JK L m. 4 ( 2 )2 2 a2 4a .(3) 103.(3) ⇒ ⇒ a a Item Code : CAT 2003-ReTest (Sol) (6) of (8) .(4) 2 3 4 n 2 3 n−1 2 3 n 1+2 +3+ 4 + . 2nd and 4th.n QP NM n QP LM O MM m PPP ⇒ log LM m OP . . = (1000–5) + 500 = 995 + 500 = 1495. We can solve this to get the final answer. ∠T = 30° ∴ ∠A = 100°.. By the given condition in question Area and perimeter of S 1 = a 2 . with a = 10. and A has to come on 4th position as none of B.. In triangle ACT.. required ratio 4a + = 4a 2 + 4a + 4a +..m . Statement B : B C D A B has to come on 1st position. 2 4 8 2 4a 1+ F GH 1 a 2 1+ FG H 2 + 1 ( 2 )2 + 1 ( 2 )3 . then D has to come at 3rd position. ∠C = 50°.(1) 107. Their order of arrival is Anil & Anita. nor D. we get the following table. 70% have VCD Players ⇒ 30% do not have VCD Players 75% have microwave ovens ⇒ 25% do not have microwave ovens 80% have ACs ⇒ 20% do not have ACs 85% have washing machines ⇒ 15% do not have washing machines a 2 4a .(2) 108. log 10 x – log 10 x = 2 log x 10 1 1 log 10 x– log 10 x = 2 log x 10 ⇒ log 10 x = 2 log x 10 2 2 98. Statement A : B C D A If A cannot come at 1st or 2nd & D also cannot come at 1st. First of all...(1) 104. Ans. Ans.(4) 102. On combining both the statements. Statement B individually states nothing about the runs scored by Aakash and Chirag. 4a. 24. Fm I Fm I Fm I Fm I log m + log G J + log G J + logG J + . Ans.106 to Q..n .. Statement B : z + n = 2z ⇒ z = n. 17. So minimum percentage of employees who has all four gadgets = 100 – 90 = 10%. mother and son be x. A will come.. 96.

90 wrong (46 obtained from A).18. A. Total time taken by FRG team = (10.128 : After getting the consolidated list.(1) D Entrance C A Corridor E F B So. Ans.92 wrong (46 obtained from A).118 : After analysing the given information.(1) 139.(4) For Q. Ans. if he gets a score of 5296.115 to Q. D.63) = 43.129 to Q.135 : x x JP x x 132.(2) 122.(2) 111. Ans.(3) 121. Ans. Ans.(1) 124. Thus C used more than one source.(4) For Q. From 3rd chart.01 Total time taken by USA team = (10.(1) x x x JC + DG DG 133.110 to Q. answers to these questions can be obtained easily.(4) 128.(4) (7) of (8) Item Code : CAT 2003-ReTest (Sol) . This implies that they had just one source.95 + 10. Ans.46 wrong (90 and 92 were the compulsory wrong that they had to make). it must have the data from A.(4) x x x x VR 119.(3) 137. Therefore these should also have had the same source.(2) For Q.(1) 118. Ans. Ans. Jurgen Hingsen.114 : 110. 125. Export of tea as a proportion of production is highest for the year 1997 (approx. 115. D and G had just one wrong question each and had no blank answers.(4) For Q. There would be 4 competitors namely Torsten Voss. Ans. Ans.2002-03 are C and E. Ans. Their operating profits are 30 and 35 crores respectively. Ans. Ans. Thus the average is 32. Ans. production is the maximum and area under cultivation is the minimum. Ans.138 to Q. VR enter the lounge.(1) For Q.122 : JC x JC SS x x SM For Q. So DG was the first to enter between JP or DG. Ans.58 + 10.25 wrong and none of the other 9 people got the same wrong.123 & Q. Ans. Ans.132 to Q.119 to Q. it ensures him a bronze medal. H got Q.(3) 112.(4) 135.125 to Q.(3) 134.(2) 120.75 + 10.140 : 138. Before C could mark the answers. answer to all these questions can be easily obtained.(3) 116. E (source from where C gets its blank answers) and I (source where C gets Q. A. value for the year 1995 comes out to be the lowest. Thus the only answer has to be Ans.94 + 10.35%). Grigory Degtyarov and Steve Fritz in which Michael Smith has performed better in Long jump than his competitors. E got Q. we can allot days for the parties as follows : Party Congress BJP SP BSP CPM Day Thursday Friday Thursday Friday Friday Therefore.36) = 42. Options (1). his total score would become 3585 + 5296 = 8881. On calculating the values for these years. Ans. Tea productivity would be highest for the year 1999 because in the year 1999.(2) For Q. Ans. Ans. Ans. Ans. The two companies excluded from the third chart are companies B and D. Similarly from above DG was sitting when JP entered. 1st ranked person has total score of 8905 and 2nd ranked person has total score of 8897.136 & Q.78 + 10. Now JC and DG left the lounge together and DG came back and met PK. Ans.56 wrong (27 wrong obtained from I).131 : 129. 123. C had 2 wrong answers & some blanks too. we can get all the answers. G got Q. and similarly for H. For E to prepare its answer key.(2) 130. Then SM and SS left the lounge and JP. Thus 4 people must have made their answer keys before C could make it. we can draw the following diagram For Q. Ans.(1) 127. C got Q. G & D have just got one answer wrong and no blanks.(2) 126. Presently he is scoring 582 + 3003 = 3585. Therefore. Thus they both should have had the same sources. Population would be calculated as (Availability of Tea) ÷ (Per capita Availability of Tea). VR met with DG. E and H both got Q.SOLUTIONS For Q. Ans.5.83 Difference = 0. Ans.(1) 131. These companies have had a negative profitability. Thus the only answer has to be (3).(4) 113.(4) 117.27 wrong) must have prepared their answer keys. JC and JP and the last two faculties to leave the lounge are JP & DG. Ans.137 : 136. Companies with profitability exceeding 10% in F.85 + 10.(3) 114.124 : After analysing the given information.Y.(2) 140. Ans. JC was the first to enter followed by SS and SM. Ans. (2) and (3) are correct. Therefore he must get a score of greater than 8880 but less than 8897. Thus G and H were sources to none of the nine.

(1) 142.148 to Q.(4) 70.(4) 143.(2) 12.(1) 96. The given condition is satisfied only for the commodity onion.(4) 3.(3) 86.(2) 59.(3) 77.(2) 43.(2) 135.(4) 68.(4) 122.(3) 40.(3) 143.141 to Q. “Power” experiences continuous price rise during the ten-year period.795) × 100} ÷ 104 = 38.(2) 98.(4) 150.(4) 51.(4) 137.(4) 13. It can be clearly seen from the table.(1) 127.(4) 114. Ans.(2) 128.(1) 85.(1) 53.(1) 105.(2) 117.(1) 32.(3) 2.(3) 62.(4) 37.(4) 67.(1) 24.(3) For Q. The selling price of steel is not given.(3) 44.(1) 148.(1) 89.(2) 66.(1) 82.(1) 80.(3) 9.(2) 94.(4) 45.(4) 10.(2) 120.3 Total Cost Weights 0.(2) 129.(3) 118. Cement Cost Limestone Pow er Wages WPI 105 108 105.(4) 28.(1) 91.(1) 113.(2) 131.(2) 147.(2) 47.(4) 33.(4) 111.(2) 139.(1) 60.(3) 88.(3) 123.(4) 65.(1) 31.(4) 132. operating profit per bag of cement = {(104 – 63. Therefore.(2) 147.(4) 126.147 : 145.(4) 134. Ans.(2) 36.(3) 110.(3) 83.(4) 90.(1) 19.(3) 146.(3) 149.(4) 145.150 : 148.(1) 101.(2) 81.(4) 48.(3) 100.(4) 106.795 For Q.(1) 140.(1) 116.(4) 87.(2) 72.(3) 146. egg and chillies.(3) 121. rice.144 : 141.(3) 27.(1) 18.(3) 95.(1) 136.(2) 149.795 63.(1) 133.(4) 92. dal and chillies.(2) 30.2 0.(3) 8.(2) 14.(1) 4. The question asks us to find the Operating profit as a percentage of selling price.(4) 61.(4) 25.(3) 41.(4) 38.(1) 39.(2) 56. Ans.(2) 50.(4) 69.(2) 7.5%.(1) 144. Ans.(1) 46.(2) 104.(1) 42.145 to Q.(2) 84.(3) 6.(4) 22.(3) 15.(1) 141.(3) 115.(4) 49.(3) 142.(1) 138.(3) 107.(1) 29.(4) 71.(2) 74.(4) 124.(3) 20.(3) 125.(3) Item Code : CAT 2003-ReTest (Sol) (8) of (8) .(3) 93.(4) 150.(3) 75.(1) 76.(2) 99.(3) 17. “Timber” & “Wages” experience only one decline in price during the ten-year period. thus Ans.(1) 109.(3) 55.(4) 5.(3) 130.(1) 57.25 0.(1) 64. Ans. Ans.(4) 11. onion.(2) 103.(3) 79. The commodities that exhibited net overall increase were onion.(4) 63. Ans.(4) 144.(3) 112.(2) 108.(1) 102.(2) 23. the commodities that exhibited net overall decrease were dal and edible oil. Ans.(3) Thus.SOLUTIONS For Q.(1) 73.(2) 78.(1) 16. The commodities that experienced a price decline for two or more consecutive years were rice. egg.15 Cost 21 27 15.(2) 21.(2) 119. It can be clearly seen from the table.(2) 34.(3) 54.(2) 52.(2) 35.(4) 26.(3) 97. Ans.(4) 58.(4) Objective Key 1.

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