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English

Directions (Q. 51-60): Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it

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The Reserve Bank of India set up the constitution of the working group on Benchmark Prime

Lending Rate (BPLR) in Annual Policy Statement of2009-1 0 under the chairmanship of

Deepak Mohanty to review the BPLR system and suggest changes to make credit pricing

more transparent. The committee submitted its report in October 2009.

Base Rate is the minimum rate of interest that a bank is allowed to charge its customers. It

includes all those components of lending rates that are common across all categories of

borrowers. Banks may choose any benchmark to arrive at the base rate for a specific tenure that

can be disclosed in a transparent manner. All new loan cases and renewal cases will be covered

under base rate with effect from July 1,2010.As per RBI rules, no bank can offer loans at a rate

below base rate except certain categories such as loans under DRI schemes, loans to bank's own

employees, loans to bank depositors against their own deposits, crop loans below~3lakh for

which subvention is available, export credit where subvention is available, restructured loans etc.

There are ten such categories.

As per RBI regulations, banks were free to fix BPLR for credit limits over Rs.2 lakh with the

approval of their respective Boards. Banks may authorise their Asset Liability Management

Committee (ALCO) to fix interest rates on deposits and advances, subject to their reporting to

the Board immediately thereafter. Banks should also declare the maximum spread over BPLR

with the approval of the ALCO/ Board for all loans and advances.

BPLR varied from one bank to another. Moreover, the variation was quite high,

sometimes over 4%. Therefore, need was felt to replace existing BPLR system with a

new system. According to the working group set up on BPLR, "The BPLR

has tended to be out of sync with market conditions and does not adequately respond to changes

in monetary policy. Moreover, there is tendency of banks to lend at sub-BPLR rates on a large

scale. Under competitive pressures, banks were lending at rates which did not make much

commercial sense." Thus, the group was of the view that BPLR system has fallen short of

expectations in its original objective of ensuring transparency in lending rates charged by banks

and needs modification.

As per Mohanty report, most of the bank's corporate loans were below BPLR while small

borrowers and agriculture loan borrowers paid higher than BPLR rates, thus subsidising high-

value borrowers. RBI has now deregulated interest rates. Banks will now charge fixed or floating

rates on the basis of base rate that itself will reflect transaction costs and risk perceptions.

51. All the renewal cases are to be covered under base rate from

1)20ct2009 2)2 Oct 2010 3) 31 July 2010

4) I July 20 10 5) None of these

52. Who headed the committee that revised the BPLR system and suggested changes?

I) Dilip Mohanty 2) Dinesh mohanty

3) Deepak Mohanty 4) Dinkar Mohanty 5) None of these

53. BPLR stands for

I) Benchmark proper lending rate ·

2) Benchmark premier lending rate

3)Benchmark provisional lending rate

4)Benchmark prime lending rate

5)None of these

54. What is BPLR?

I) BPLR is the rate that limits the highest interest rate a bank can charge to its customers.

2)BPLR is the interest rate that banks normally charge to their most creditworthy customers.

3)It is the rate at which banks are supposed to charge under sponsored schemes.

4)All the above

5)None of these

55. Base Rate refers to

I) the rate below which the bank is not allowed to lend.

2)the rate at which RBI lends to other banks.

3)the rate above which banks can't charge its borrowers.

4) All the above 5) None of these

56. In how many categories are banks allowed to offer loans even below base rate?

I) Two 2) Three 3) ten

4) Not allowed 5) None of these

57. The authority which used to fix BPLR for credit limits above Rs.2 lakh was

I) Board of Directors 2) Asset Liability Board

3)Asset Management Committee

4)Asset Liability Management Committee

5)None of these

58. The cases which are covered under base rate with effect from July 1,2010 are

1)All existing loans

2)All agriculture loans

3)All renewal and new loans

4)All the above

5)None of these

59. The fixation of a base rate will depend on

1) cost of fund 2) bank rate 3) size of loan

4) All the above 5) None of these

60. The basis of base rate will reflect

1)the type of loan

2)the time period of a loan

3)the objective of a loan

4)transaction cost and risk perception

5)None of these

Directions (Q. 61-65): Which of the phrases 1),2),3) and 4) given below each sentence

should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the

sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, mark 5) as the answer.

61. Habit is either the best of servants or the worst of master.

I) work among masters 2) the worst from masters

3) a worst master 4) the worst of masters

5) No correction required

62. Life's precious moments have no value unless that is shared.

1) it is shared 2) it were shared 3) they are shared

4) they share 5) No correction required

63. Where you are today, don't count. What counts is where you are going.

I) don't counts 2) doesn't count 3) not count

4) no counts 5) No correction required

64. The essence of strategy is in choosing what not to do.

I) is to choose 2) is choosing 3) is choice

4) is choice of 5) No correction required

65. Even if you are on the right track, you'll got run over if you just sit there.

1) get run over 2) get ran over 3) get ran on

4) get run at 5) No correction required

Directions (Q. 66-75): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error

in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer.

If there is no error, the answer is 5), ie 'No error'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.) .

I) By virtue of the provisions of the by-laws /2) he has to take on as / 3) chairman of the

committee /4) with effect from the first of the next month. / 5) No error

1) Out of the six companies / 2) which have quoted for the project / 3) the only foreign-based

company / 4) has been selected instead of very high quotation price. / 5) No error

I) Implementation of these measures / 2) may help the Govt / 3) to generating,a revenue of / 4)

about Rs.400 crores a year./5) No error

1) On account of court orders /2) most of the company /3)are shifting their factories

/ 4) on the outskirts of the city. / 5) No error

I) You failed to produce / 2) any evidence to support / 3) your plea that / 4) you are innocent. / 5)

No error

I) Education without moral values / 2) is as naked as lady laden / 3) with lot of ornaments /4) but

without Clothes. /5) No error

1) People's participation in / 2) local-level planning and implementation / 3) are the pillar of /4)

the success of decentralisation. /5) No error

I) No social security measure / 2) can produce desired / 3) result unless there is / 4) enough legal

literate among the target classes. / 5) No error

I) The ethos of democracy can / 2) find proper nourishes /3) only when power reaches /4) the

grassroots levels. /5) No error

1) Active involvement of the / 2) Gram Sabha in various /3) development programmes /4) is a

noble objective. / 5) No error

Directions (Q. 76-85): In each of the following sentences there are certain blank spaces.

Below each sentence there are five options denoted by the num hers 1,2,3,4 and 5. Find out

which option can be used to fill up the blank in the sentence in the same sequence to make it

meaningfully complete.

76. The Prime Minister wants to call an all-party meeting to break the stalemate ---- this I

issue and -------- a consensus.

1) on, win 2) at, develop 3) of, capture

4) on, reach 5) upon, create

77._The propeller-driven fighter planes ------ the second world war have long been

completely --------.

I) in, out of order 2) during, aged 3) of, absolute

4) at, old 5) for, decayed

78. When the liquid has been used up the ----- in the bottom of the flask should be thrown ----

I) remains, at 2) surplus, out 3) left, off

4) portion, by 5) residue, away

79. His energy was unbound, his resourcefulness inexhaustible and his coolness ----- the

face of danger almost --

I) in, uncanny 2) on, uncivil 3) over, abnormal

4) at, natural 5) by, pathetic

80. The modernisation drive of the country has in fact not been --- by an improvement in the

quality of many of its manufactured ------

1) associated, sectors 2) accompanied, products

3) prevailed, area 4) acquired, fields

5) conquered, items

81. The Govt __ that Indian IT industry will be able to generate __ of over $100 billion by the

later part of the coming decade.

I) reveal, volume 2) states, service

3) predict, future 4) estimated, capital

5) forecasts, revenue

82.It was a great ----- to --- the high-level meeting between America and India.

I) favour, part 2) time, participate

3) honour, witness 4) period, watch

5) None of these

83. The first and foremost task before the company is to ----- the financial ----- of the venture.

1) diligence, nature 2) fix, involving

3) analyse, viability 4) get, need

5) assess, activity

84. The Govt must appoint a panel of experts and ----- their advice on how to----- technical

education in India.

I) seek, improve 2) solicit, mitigate 3) ask, better

4) want, spread 5) wish, offer

85. Internet has and knowledge. ---- revolutionized the world of

--- and knowledge

I) become, media 2) really, college

3) probably, application 4) indeed, information

5) properly, student

Directions (Q. 86-90): Rearrange the following five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in

the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below

them.

(A) A serious conceptual problem often raised about universal disarmament is that even if you

succeed in eliminating al1 nuclear weapons on earth, you cannot eliminate man's

knowledge of the science behind it.

(B) The goal of nuclear disarmament provides another motivation for ridding the world of

fissile materials.

(C) What is to prevent some groups from starting to produce these weapons al1 over again.

(D) That genie is out of the bottle for good.

(E) Is nuclear weapon-free world a robust and stable concept?

86. Which of the fol1owing should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

I)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E

87. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

I)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E

88. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

I)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E

89. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

I)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E

90. Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

I)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E

Directions (Q. 91-100): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been

numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are

suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each

case.

The people of India (91) a remarkable unity at the time of Kargil (92) There (93) a warlike

situation on the borders. Our soldiers (94) with the (95) with great courage. All parties (96) the

Prime Minister. Even children (97) the Jawans. They (98) cards and (99) letters. Some of them

even (l00) money for the Army Welfare Fund. This was the period when even an ardent critic

had to accept that nothing could dent us as a nation.

91. I) shown 2) showing 3) showed

4) show 5) reflect

92. I) dispute 2) conflict 3) disturbance

4) issue 5) war

93. I)was 2) were 3) had

4) had been 5) could be

94. I) responded 2) forced 3) reacted

4) attacked 5) fought

95. I) attackers 2) entrants 3) intruders

4) counterpart 5) conspirators

96. I) backed 2) favoured 3) supported

4) allowed 5) freed

97. I) loved 2) induced 3) ignited

4) supported 5) favoured

98. I) send 2) given 3) sent

4) gave 5) offered

99. I)write 2) wrote 3) written

4) writing 5) post

100. I) amassed 2) gathered 3)paid

4) contributed 5) collected

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

Directions (Q. 101-105): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following

questions?

101. 36% of75 + 32% of 85 = 40% of?

1) 131.5 2) 133.5

3) 135.5

4) 137.5 5) 139.5

1)1324 2)1328

3)1336

4)1340 5)1344

103. 3

1.3 X 3 1.69 x 2.197 ÷ 1.69 =?

1) 1.3 2) 1.69 3) 2.197

4) 1 5) None of these

104. (126 ÷ 9) x 18.85 = ? ÷ 7.5

1) 1925.5 2) 1947.5 3)1952.75

4) 1964.50 5) 1979.25

105. 1025 / ? = ? / 484

1) 2150 2) 2240 3) 2310 4) 2480 5) 2550

1)3015 2)3035 3) 3055

4)3075 5)3095

Directions (Q. 106-110): What approximate value should come in place of question mark (?)

in the following equations?

106. (12540 X 15.015),1.978 ?

1)800 2)840 3) 880

4)920 5)960

107. (1581.78 ÷ 13.93) x 6.064=?

1)480 2)580 3) 680

4)780 5)880

108. 1148% of 82+2125% of 58-8% of l966=?

1)2020 2)2080 3)2160

4)2220 5)2270

109.77.987 x 16.06 x 12.489, 2.993 =?

1)4800 2)4900' 3) 5000

4)5100 5)5200

110.. 3 103820 X 3 274620 ?

Directions (Q. 111-115): What will come in place of and that of those who passed from School

E4, Es and E6

question mark (?) in the following series?

Ill. 55, 964, 1772, 2479, 3085, ?

1)3582 2)3584 3)3586

4) 3588 5) 3590

1)5700 2)5720 3)5740

4)5760 5)5780

113.6, 14, 41, 105, 230, 446, ?

1)786 2)789 3)792

4) 796 5) 797

114.7180, 6339, 5610, 4985, 4456, ?

1)4015 2)4020 3)4025

4)4030 5)4035

4)6930 5)6931

Directions (Q.116-120): Two equations (I) and (II) are given in each question. On the basis of

these equations you have to decide the relation between ‘x’ and ‘y’ and give answer.

1)If x > y

2) If x < y

3) if x ≥ y

4) if x ≤ y

5) if x = y or if there is no relation between ‘x’ and ‘y’.

116. I . x2 – 3x +2 = 0

II. y2 - 9y + 18 = 0

117.I. 8x2 – 49x + 45 = 0

II. 4y2 + 3y – 1 = 0

118.I. 6x2 + 17x + 12 = 0

II. 8y2 + 10y + 3 = 0

119. I. x 3 1331 II. y2 = 121

120. I. 12x – 17y = - 20

II. 31x + 11y = 168.

121. What is the difference between the total number of students who passed from School E1, E2

and E3 together and that of those who passed from School E4,E5 and E6 together?

1) 360 2) 400 3) 420 4) 450 5) 480.

122. What is the total number of students who got 1st class in the exam from all the schools

together?

1)2350 2)2792 3)2858

4) 2916 5)2994

123. What is the ratio of the number of students who got 2nd class from School E3 to the number

of students who got 3rd class from School E6?

1) 8: 3 2) 9: 5 3) 7 : 4

4) 9: 7 5) 5: 2

124. Total number of students who got in 3rd class in School Es is what percentage of the total

number of students passing from all schools together?

1)2.75% 2)3.25% 3) 4.5% 4) 5.6% 5) 6.3%

125. The number of students who got 3rd class from School E1 is what percentage more than the

number of students who got Ist class from School E3

1)17.8% 2)21.9% 3) 24.6%

4)27.2% 5)28.6%

126. A person spends 30% of his salary on house rent and 55% of the remaining money on food

and clothes. He saves the remaining amount. If he saves Rs. 59724 yearly, how much amount

does he spend on food and clothes per month?

1) Rs. 4792 2) Rs. 5316 3) Rs. 5817

4) Rs. 6083 5) Rs. 6257

127. A boat takes 20 hours to cover a certain distance upstream and come back to the starting point down

stream. If the speed of the boat in still water is 8 km/hr what is the distance it covers upstream?

1) 45km 2) 60 km 3) 75 km

4) 80 km 5) None of these

128. The population of a city increases consistently by 5% every year. If the present

population of the city is two lakhs, what will its population be after three years?

1)231525 2)231375 3)227510

4)230000 5) None of these

129. A train crosses a pole in 5 seconds and a platform, which is 60% longer than the length of

the train, in 13 seconds. If the length of the platform is 160m, what is the speed of the train?

1) 15 ms-1 2) 20 ms-I 3) 25 ms-I

4) 30 ms-I 5) 36 ms-I

130. In a two-digit number, the ratio of the digit in ten's place to the digit in unit's place is 2 :

1. If the difference between the two-digit number and the number obtained by interchanging

the digits of the number is 36, what is 350% . of the original number?

I) 84 2) 168 3) 126

4)147 5)294

131. In how many different ways can 7 boys and 3 girls sit in a row such that all the three girls

do not sit together?

1)36000 2)40320 3) 120960

4)1693440 5)3386880

132. A box contains 5 red, 4 black and 4 blue balls. If3 balls are drawn randomly from the

box, what is the probability that there are exactly 2 blue balls in the three drawn balls?

1)27/143 2) 116/143 3) 12/55 4) 43/55 5) 27/91

133. The simple interest on a sum of money will be ~1620 after six years. If the principal is

increased by 100% after three years, what will the total interest be after six years?

1)Rs.3240 2)Rs.2430 3)Rs.1620

4)Rs.2025 5) None of these

134. The difference between the simple interest and the compound interest compounded every

six months at the rate 000% per annum, at the end of 1 ½ years is Rs.5670. What is the sum?

1)Rs.40,000 2)Rs.60,000 3) Rs. 64,000

4)Rs.72,000 5)Rs.80,000

135. 7 men and II boys can earn Rs.10480 in 8 days; 8 men and 6 boys can earn Rs.12840 in

12 days. In how many days will 12 men and 9 boys earn Rs.5680?

1)12 2)14 3)16

4) 18 5)'None of these

Directions (Q. 136-140): Following line-graph shows percentage of girls passed in an exam

and the number of boys who failed in that exam.

136.In which of the following years did the performance of girls show maximum improvement

as compared to the previous year?

1)1994 2)1995

3)1996

4)1997 5)1998

137. If in the year 1993 the total number of boys appeared in the exam is 600, what is the

difference between the percentage of boys passed and perecentage of girls passed?

1)5% 2)8%

3)13%

4)15% 5)18%

138. If in the year 1994 the total number of boys and the total number of girls appeared in the

exam are equal to 800 each, what is the sum of the total number of boys and girls who passed

that year?

1)720 2)750

3)780

4)800 5)820

139. If in the year 1995 the total number of boys and the total number of girls appeared in the

exam are 800 and 700 respectively, what is the ratio of the total number of boys passed to the

total number of girls failed?

1)9:20 2)9:10 3)10:21

4) 9: 17 5) 11 : 21

140. If in the year 1998 the total number of boys and the total number girls appeared in the

exam are 1250 and 850 respectively then the percentage of boys passed is what per cent of

the percentage of girls failed?

I) 33.33% 2) 50%

3) 150%

4)200% 5)300%

Directions ( Q . 141 – 145 ) : Following line – graph shows the percentage profit earned by two

companies A and B in the period of 1992 to 1997.

141. In which of the following years is the ratio of income to expenditure of Company A

maximum?

1)1992 2)1994

3)1995

4)1996 5)1997

142. If the income of Company A in the year 1996 is 120.9 lakh, what is its net profit in that

year?

1)Rs.36.7Iakh 2)Rs.39.2Iakh , 3)Rs.40Iakh

4) Rs.42.9Iakh 5) None of these

143. If the expenditures of Company A and Company B in the year 1995 are equal and Rs.48

lakh each, what is the difference between their net profits?

1)Rs. 7.2 lakh 2)Rs.8.6 lakh 3)Rs.9.4 lakh

4)Rs.10.8 lakh 5)Rs.12.5 lakh

144. For Company B, in which of the following years is the per cent of increase or decrease in

per cent profit over that of previous year the lowest?

1)1993 2)1994 3) 1995

4)1996 5)1997

145. The income of Company A in 1997 and the income of Company B in 1995 are equal.

What will be the ratio of the expenditure of Company A in 1997 to the expenditure of

Company B in.1995?

I) 3: 5 2) 5: 4 3) 4 : 7

4)6:5 5)5:7

Directions (Q. 146-150): 120 students of a class appeared in an exam containing two papers,

Maths and Physics. The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in the class is 5: 3.

Thirty two per cent of boys passed only in Maths, and half of this number is equal to the number

of girls who passed in both the papers. The number of boys who passed only in physics is equal

to the number of girls who passed in Maths and this number is 12.5% of the total number of

students of the class.

146. The number of boys who passed in both Maths and Physics is what percentage of the

number of boys who passed in Physics only?

1)48% 2)66% 3) 150%

4)160% 5)240%

147. What is the ratio of the number of boys passed in Maths only to the number of girls who

passed in Physics only?

1)3:2 2) 4 : 3 3)5:4

4)6:5 5)7:6

148. Total number of boys' who passed in Physics is what percentage of the total number of

girls who passed in Physics?

I) 48% 2) 59% 3) 80% 4) 120% 5) 170%

149. Total number .of boys who passed in Maths is how many times the total number of boys

in the class?

1) ½ 2) 2/3 3) 4/5 4) 3/5 5) 2/5

150.The number of students who passed in exactly one paper (either Maths or Physics) is what

percentage of the number of students who passed in both the papers?

1)66.6% 2)80% 3) 120% 4) 150% 5) 180%

ANSWER

50. 4 52. 3 53. 4 54. 5 55. 1

56. 3 57. 4 58. 3 59. 1 60. 4

61. 4 62. 3 63. 2 64. 2 65. 1

66. 2; take over as

67. 4; in spite of

68. 3; to generate

69. 2; most of the companies

70. 4; you were innocent

71. 2; as naked as a lady

72. 3; is the pillar of

73. 4; legal literacy

74. 2; proper nourishment

75. 5;

76. 4 77. 1 78. 5 79. 1 80. 2

81. 5 82. 3 83. 3 84. 1 85. 4

(86 – 90) ; B E A D C

86. 2 87. 5 88. 1 89. 4 90. 3

91. 3 92. 2 93. 1 94. 5 95. 3

96. 1 97. 4 98. 3 99. 2 100. 5

101. 3; 40 X ? / 100 = 36 X 75 / 100 + 32 X 85/100 = 27 + 27.2 = 54.2

? = 5420/40 = 135.5

102. 5; ? = 17.5 X 3 X 64 X 280 / 100 X 7 = 1344

103. 2; (1.3)1/3 X (1.3)2/3 X (1.3)3 ÷ (1.3)2 = (1.3) 1/3+2/3+3 ÷2 = (1.3)1+3-2 =

(1.3)2 = 1.69

104. 5; ? = 14 X 18.85 X 7.5 = 1979.25

105. 3; (?)2 = 11025 X 484 = 5336100

? = √5336100 = 2310

106. 2; ? = (112 X 15) ÷ 2 = 840

107. 3; ? = (1582 ÷ 14) x 6 = 113 x 6 = 678 === 680.

108. 1; ? = 1148 X 82/100 + 2125 X 58/100 – 8 X 1966/100

? = 941.36 + 1232.5 -- 157.28 = 2016.58 === 2020

109. 5; ? = 78 X 16 X 12.5/3 = 26 X 16 X 12.5 = 5200

110.3; 103820 47and 3 27460 65

3

? = 47 X 65 = 3055

111.5; +909, +808, +707, +606 …….

112.1; X1 +12, X2 +24, X3 + 36, X4 + 48 ….

113.2; +23, +33, +43, +53 ….

114.1; - (29)2, - (27)2, - (25)2, - (23)2,

115.4; +18X1, +18 X2, +18X3, +18X4 ,….

2

116.2; I. x -- 2x -- x +2 = 0

x (x – 2) --1 (x – 2) = 0

(x – 1) ( x –2) x = 1, 2

2

II.y – 3y – 6y + 18 = 0

y(y – 3) – 6 (y – 3) = 0

(y – 3) (y – 6) = 0 y = 3, 6 therefore x < y

117.1; I.8x2 – 40x – 9x +45 = 0

8x(x –5) –9(x – 5) = 0

(8x – 9) (x – 5) = 0 x = 5, 9/8

II.4y2 + 4y – y – 1 = 0

4y(y +1) – 1 ( y +1) = 0

(4y –1) (y – 1) = 0 y = ¼, -- 1 therefore x > y

2

118.2; I. 6x +9x +8x +12 = 0

3x(2x +3) +4(2x + 3) = 0

(3x +4) (2x +3) = 0 x = -- 4/3, -- 3/2

2

II.8y +4y +6y + 3 = 0

4y(2y + 1) +3 (2y + 1) = 0

(2y +1) (4y + 3) = 0 y = -- ½, -- ¾. X<y

2

119. 3; I. x = 1331

3

II. y = 121

x = 11 y = ±11, x≥y

120. 5; 12x -- 17y = -- 20…. (i), 31x + 11y = 168 ….. (ii)

Solving these two equations, we get x = 4 , y = 4, x=y

121. 2;(E1 + E2 + E3) = (8+5+6) / 40 X 8000 = 3800

(E4 + E5 + E6 ) = 4200 Diff = 400

122. 3;

123. 2; (E3) Second + 1200 X 30/100 = 360

(E6) third = 890 X25/100 =200.

Ratio = 360/200 = 9/5

124. 1; (E5) Third = 1000 X 22/100 = 220

Required % 220/8000 X 100 = 2.75%

125. 2; (E1)Third = 1600 X 32 /00 = 512

(E3)First = 1200 X 35/100 = 420

Required % = (512 – 420)/420 X 100 = 9200/ 420 = 21.9 %

126. 4; Let his monthly salary be x. House rent expenditure = 30/100x = 3x/10

Remaining = 7x /10, Expense of food = 7x/10 X 55/100 = 77x/200

Remaining = 7x/10 – 77x/200 = 140x – 77x / 200 == 63x /200.

Monthly saving = 59724/12 = 4977

63x/200 = 4977 === x = 4977 X 200 / 63 = 15800.

Expenditure on food and clothes = 77x / 200 = 6083.

127. 5; Data is not sufficient. Let the distance be x km and speed of the stream be V

x/8 + V + x/8 –V = 20

To find the value of x, we need the value of V

128. 1; Population = 200000 X 1.05 X 1.05 X 1.05 = 231525

129. 2; Let the length of the train be x and the speed be V

Length of the platform = x+ 60x / 100 = 160x /100 = 8x /5 = 160

x = 100, V = 100/5 = 20 ms-1

130. 5; Let the number be 10x + y, x/y = 2/1 x = 2y (i)

10x + y – (10y + x) = 36

9x – 9y = 36 , x –y = 4 …(ii)

From equation (i) and (ii), x =8, y = 4 , Number = 84

Required number = 84 X 350/100 = 294.

131. 5; A total of (7 +3) persons = 10 personal can sit in 10! Ways

If we consider three girls as one unit, total persons = 7 + 1 = 8 (here all three girls

sit together).

No. of ways = 8! And the three girls can be arranged in 3! Ways among

themselves. So, the total number of ways when three girls sit together = 8! X 3!

When the girls don’t sit together, number of ways = 10! – (8! X 3!) =

8! (10X9 – 6) = 8! X 84 = 3386880

132. 1; Total balls = 5 + 4 + 4 = 13

n(S) = 13C3 = 286

2 blue balls can be selected from 4 balls in 4C2 = 6 ways and the remaining one

ball is to be selected from 9 balls in 9C1 = 9 ways.

n(E) = 6X9, P(E) = 6 X 9/286 = 27/143

133. 2; Let the sum be x and the interest be r% p.a.

1620 = x X6 X r/100 , r =( 27000/x) % p.a.

After three years, the sum becomes

x +x X100/100 = 2x,

SI = x X3 X 27000/ x X 100 + 2x X 3 X 27000/ x X 100

= 810 + 1620 = 2430

134. 5; x (1.15)3 –1 ) – x X 30 X 1.5 / 100 = 5670

x ( 0.520875 – 0.045) = 5670

x = 5670/0/070875 = 80000

135. 3; Let the daily income of a man be x and that of a boy be y.

7x + 11y = 10480/8 = 1310 (i)

8x + 6y = 12480/12 = 1070, 4x + 3y = 535 (ii)

Equation (i) X 4 – Equation (ii) X 7 gives

28x + 44y = 5240

28x + 21y = 3745

23y = 1495

y = 65 and x = 85

12x + 9y = 1020 +585 = 1605

No. of days = 25680/1605 = 16

136. 4; 1993 to 1994 = 60 – 40 / 40 X 100 = 50%

1994 to 1995 = 60 – 25/60 X 100 = 58.33%

1995 to 1996 = 30 – 25/25 X 100 = 20%

1996 to 1997 = 50 – 30 /30 X 100 = 66.66%

1997 to 1998 = 80 – 50 /50 X 100 = 60%

137. 1; Number of boys passed = 600 – 330 = 270

% = 270/600 X 100 = 455

Number of girls passed = 40%, diff = 5%

138. 3: Number of boys passed = 800 – 500 = 300

Number of girls passed = 800 X 60/100 = 480

Sum = 300 + 480 = 780

139. 3; Boys passed = 800 – 550 = 250

Girls failed = 700 X 75/100 = 525

Ratio = 250/525 = 10/21

140. 5; % of boys passed = 1250 – 500 / 1250 X 100 = 60%

% of girls failed = 20%

Required % = 60/20X100 = 300%

141. 3; As the percentage profit is maximum

142. 4; Exp = income X 100 / 100 + % Profit = 120.9 X 100 / 155 = 78 lakh

Net profit = 120.9 – 78 = 42.9 lakh

143. 1; percentage profit of A = 65%

Percentage profit of B = 80%

Difference = 80 – 65 = 15%

Difference of net profit = 48 X 15/100 = 7.2 lakh

144. 2; 1993 == 50 – 45 /45 X 100 = 11.11%

1994 === 70 – 50 /50 X 100 = 40%

1995 === 80 – 70/70 X 100 = 14.28%

1996 ==== 60 – 80/80 X 100 = -- 25%

1997 ==== 40 – 60 /60 X 100 = -- 33.33%

145. 4; Exp = Income X 100/100 + % profit

ExpA = x X 100/100 + 50 = 100x /150

ExpB = x X 100/ 100 + 80 = 100x/180

(146 – 150)

Girls = 45

15 y

Mathes Physics Maths Physics

146. 5; required % 36/15 X 100 = 240

147. 2; ratio = 24/18 = 4/3

148. 5; Boysphy = 36 = 15 = 51

Girlsphy = 12 + 18 = 30

Requd % = 51/30 X 100 = 170%

149. 3; total number of boys = 75

Boys maths = 60

Fraction = 60/75 = 4/5

150. 4; Number of students who passed in one paper = 24 + 15 + 15 + 18 = 72

Two papers = 36 + 12 = 48

Reqd % = 72/48 X 100 = 150%

Total number of students = 120

B : G =5 : 3

Boys = 75 , Girls = 45

x = 75 – (24+15) = 36

y = 45 – ( 15 + 12) = 18

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