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# GENIUS TUTORIALS

Solving Impossible Possibilities…

2008 QA
1. Four digits of the number 29138576 are omitted so that the result is as large as possible.
The largest omitted digit is
a) 9 b)8 c) 7 d) 6 e) 5

2. ABCD is a rectangle with AD = 10. P is a point on BC such that ∠ APD = 90°. If DP = 8 then
the length of BP is _?
a) 6.4 b)5.2 c) 4.8 d) 3.6 e) None of the above

GENIUS TUTORIALS|| 2008 QA 3. If the areas of the triangles APB and CPD are equal then the area of triangle APB is a) 12 b) 15 c) 16 d) 21 e) 18 Page |2 . Reasoning is the next test. The diagonals of ABCD intersect at the point P. QT and OB were his last two tests. The area of the triangles APD and BPC are 27 and 12. ABCD is a quadrilateral.83 marks in QT increased his average by 2. 75 marks in OB further increased his average by 1. Rajiv is a student in a business school. his average will be a) 59 b) 60 c) 61 d) 62 e) 63 4. if he gets 51 in Reasoning. After every test he calculates his cumulative average. respectively.

then = a) 2 b) 6 c) 3 d) 4 e) 5 6. wides and runs scored by two opening batsmen: Ram and Shyam. The runs scored by the two batsmen are 26 times wides. There are 8 more byes than wides. Team A scored 232 runs without losing a wicket. The score consisted of byes. In a cricket match. If the ratio of the runs scored by Ram and Shyam is 6 : 7. then the runs scored by Ram is a) 88 b) 96 c) 102 d) 112 e) None of the above Page |3 . GENIUS TUTORIALS|| 2008 QA 5. If be the number of ways of distributing “ ” toys to “ ” children so that each child receives at the most 2 toys.

For example. In the figure. number in any cell is obtained by adding two numbers in the cells directly below it.Y is a) 2 b) 4 c) 3 d) 5 e) 6 Page |4 . The value of X . GENIUS TUTORIALS|| 2008 QA 7. 9 in the second row is obtained by adding the two number 4 and 5 directly below it.

GENIUS TUTORIALS|| 2008 QA 8. if then √ a) b) √ c) 1 d) e) None of these Page |5 . is the midpoint of . The line passing through and perpendicular to intersects the diagonal at and at . is a square. If denotes the greatest integer . then * + * + * + * + a) 98 b) 33 c) 67 d) 66 e) 34 9.

then the value of n is _? a) 11 b) 22 c) 13 d) 18 e) 24 Page |6 . 42. 24. –12. –30. B and C such that PA is the diameter of the first circle. If sum of the first n terms of the sequence is 132. 18. GENIUS TUTORIALS|| 2008 QA 10.. Consider a sequence –6.. and BC – perpendicular to AP – is the diameter of the second circle. Two circles of radius 1 cm touch at point . The radius of the third circle is √ a) cm b) cm c) cm d) cm e) 2 11. –36. A third circle is drawn through the points A.

GENIUS TUTORIALS|| 2008 QA (( ) ( ) ) 12. The number of possible real solution(s) of in equation – is a) 0 b) 1 c) 2 d) 3 e) None of the above Page |7 . If the minimum value of is ( ) ( ) a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 6 e) None of these 13.

after travelling for hour minutes (clock shows time from 0 hours to 24 hours). . If and then ∠ = a) 30° b) 60° c) 45° d) 75° e) Cannot be determined 15. Page |8 . point is on the segment and point is on the segment . In a triangle . GENIUS TUTORIALS|| 2008 QA 14. and . Number of possible value(s) of A is a) 3 b) 2 c) 1 d) 0 e) None of the above. It reached station at hour minutes on the same day. A train left station at hour minutes. Point is the midpoint of .

If then roots of the equation ( – ) are a) Both 0 b) Real and both negative c) Imaginary d) Real and both positive e) Real and of opposite sign. D < F Page |9 . Is the smallest integer? I. GENIUS TUTORIALS|| 2008 QA 16. 17. E + B < A + D II. is the greatest integer. are six integers such that .

is an integer? a) 3 b) 2 c) 4 d) 1 e) 6 P a g e | 10 . The perpendicular bisector of cuts – axis at point . respectively. For how many integer value(s) of “ ”. The coordinates of and are and . is the midpoint of . GENIUS TUTORIALS|| 2008 QA 18.