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No rough work is to be done on Question Paper The correct answer is to be marked as Note the type P or Q of question paper on answer sheet. Questions 01 to 30 carry 2 marks each this does not mean that question is difficult but it means you can NOT afford to commit a mistake in this very simple calculation so don’t be overconfident and lose marks unnecessarily as well as time. 01. 22 x 13 = (A) 286 (B)266 (C) 276 (D)26 0.12 = 02. 2 (A) 0.6 (B)3/5 (C) 3/50 (D) A or B 03. If a square has same area as its perimeter numerically then side of square is – (A) 1 (B)2 (C)3 (D)4 04. 0.3 x 0.2 = (A) 0.6 (B)0.23 (C) 0.06 (D)0.006 05. If a = 0.7 and b = 0.70 then (A) a < b (B) a = b (C) a > b (D) any of above 06. 7 + 2 = (A)3 (B)-3 (C) ± 3 (D) none of above 07. 1 + 2 + 3 + - - - - + 140 = (A) 9877 (B)8975 (C)9870 (D)7891 08. 1 – 2 + 3 – 4 + 5 – 6 - - - - + 99 - 100 = (A) -50 (B) -49 (C) 50 (D) 49 09. 12 + 8 x 2 (A) 20 (B) 28 (C) 40 (D) 100 10. 1232 x 226 = (A) 287263 (B) 354521 (C) 654735 (D) 278432 1 1 1 1 11. + − − = 2 3 4 4 4 4 (A) (B) (C) 0 (D) 12 13 0 −3 12. 32 + 33 = (A) 35 (B)36 (C) 65 (D)62 13. 10 + 20 + 30 - - - -1000 = (A) 100 (B) 50500 (C) 0 (D) 55000 14. 0.75 x 0.25 x 16 = (A) 5 (B)3 (C)0.85 (D) 0.35 15. 32 x 34 = (A) 96 (B)38 (C) 36 (D)98 16. 24 x 36 + 12 x74 + 12 x 74 = (A) 2640 (B) 2654 (C) 3422 (D)4620 17. If 200 is increased by 10% and then decreased by 10% the value will be – (A) 200 (B) 198 (C) 190 (D) 210 18. 10% of 28 is – (A)0.28 (B)280 (C) 2.8 (D)28 19. Which of the following is largest – (A)2/7 (B) 3/8 (C) 4/9 (D)5/11 20. A = (100 –1)x(100 –2)x(100 –3) ….x (100 –138) will have its answer as – (A) even number (B) rational number (C) zero (D) any of above 21. (12.12) ÷ 12 = (A)1.1 (B) 10.1 (C) 1.01 (D) 0.11 2 22. (0.3) = (A)0.9 (B)0.6 (C) 00.9 (D)0.09 23. 2( 4 + x ) = 12 then x equals – (A) 2 (B)4 (C)6 (D)8 24.

1 1 1 1 1 + + + + ...... + = 1x2 2x3 3x 4 4x5 99 x100

(A) 0.99 2 + 6 + 12 + 20 .... 980 (B) 1x2x3x 4x.... 100 (C) 0.01 (D) 99 25. If ABCD is a square and P, Q, R, S are midpoints of AB, BC, CD and DA then – (A) PQ is half of AB (B) area of PQRS is half of area of ABCD (C) both A and B are correct (D) neither A nor B is correct 26. 0.75 x 36 = (A) 0.27 (B) 27 (C) 2.7 (D) 24 27. 26 x 17 + 68 x 83 + 17 x 42 = (A) 7600 (B) 4200 (C) 6800 (D)8326 28. 20 + 5 = (A) ± 5 (B) 5 5 (C) 3 5 (D) 125 3 5 0 29. 2 x 2 x 2 = (A) 0 (B) 28 (C) 415 (D)80 1 1 1 1 1 − = 30. − − − 2 4 8 16 32 (A) (0.5)5 (B) (1/2)5 (C) 1/32 (D) any of above

Questions 31 to 40 will carry ONE mark only for correct answer but this does not indicate that these questions are simpler than first 30 questions. These questions are based on following information

In mathematics the numbers with constant difference between them are said to form an arithmetic progression, denoted by AP, for example 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17 . . . . is having common difference as 3, starting with 2. Or 10, 5, 0, -5, -10 . . . is starting with 10 and common difference is “-5”. So general notation of terms is a, a+d, a+2d, a+3d . . starts with “a” and common difference is “d ”. One can prove that nth of such AP is given by t n = a + (n-1)d and sum

of “n” such terms starting from a is Sn = n (2a + (n − 1)d) then— 2 31. The sum of first 50 natural numbers is – (A) 1175 (B)1275 (C)985 (D)2175 32. If AP is given by 3, 7, 11, - - then 11 th term will be given by – (A)47 (B) 57 (C) 40 (D)43 th 33. If AP is 8, 3, -2, -7, . . . then n term is given by (A) 9 – n (B) 13 – 5n (C) 12 – 4n (D) 8 +(n-1)5 34. Which of the following is correct – (A) if nth terms of different APs are added they form an AP with changed common difference (B) if a constant term is added to terms of AP it forms an AP with changed common difference (C) if nth terms of different APs are subtracted they form an AP with lesser common difference (D) all of above are correct 35. If 10th term of an AP is 26 and 15th term is 16 then it indicates that common difference is – (A) 5 (B) -5 (C) 2 (D) -2 36. Sum of all integers divisible by 3 is – (A) infinity (B) 3(n2+ 1) (C) 3n2+3n+3 (D) 0 37. If nth term is given by tn = 2n2 + 3 then – (A) first term of this AP is 5 (B) second term of this AP is 11 (C) common difference is 6 (D) none of above is correct as it is not representing an Arithmetic progression. 38. If sum of n terms Sn is n2 + 2n + 2 then – (A) first term is 5 (B) tn is 2n + 1 (C) common difference is 2 (D) such Sn is is not for AP 39. If three terms are consecutive terms of an AP then their – (A) sum is divisible by 3 (B) product is even (C) product is perfect square (D) any of above 40. 22x24x26x28x . . . 220 = (A)2110 (B)255 (C)2120 (D)2860

a(1 − rn ) and if such terms are infinite then S∞ 1 −r a = then 1 −r 1 1 1 41. + + + .... infinite terms = 2 4 8 (A) 0 (B)1 (C)0.9 (D)2 42. In geometric progression if alternate terms are +ve and –ve then this means – (A) progression is not properly written (B) common ratio is changing as +ve and -ve (C) common ratio is less than zero (D) first term of GP is negative 1 3 + 1 + + .... up to ten terms is 43. The sum of 2 2

–(A)

0.5(1 − 210 ) (1 − 2)

(B) 27.5

Questions 41 to 45 will carry ONE mark only, for correct answer These questions are based on following information

In mathematics the numbers with constant ratio between then are said to form an geometric progression denoted by GP, for example 2, 6, 18, 54, . . . . is having common ratio as 3 starting with 2 Or 10, 1, 0.1, 0.01, . . . is starting with 10 and common difference is “0.1” so general notation of terms is a, a.r, ar2, ar3 . . starts with a and common ratio is r. One can prove that nth of such GP is given by tn = ar(n-1) and sum of n such terms starting from a is Sn =

(C) 1 (D) -1 44. 0.1 + 0.01 + 0.001 + 0.0001 + . . . up to infinite terms is equal to – (A) 1 (B) 1/9 (C)9 (D) ∞ 1 1 45. 27 + 9 + 3 + 1 + + + . . infinite terms 3 9 = (A) 81 (B)39.7 (C) 40.5 (D) 41 46. A ball when hits ground it bounces up to half of its height from which it is released. If it is released from 1m height the total distance it will cover before it comes to rest will be – (A) ∞ (B)1m (C)3m (D)17m 47. A ball when hits ground it bounces up to half of its height from which it is released. If it is released from 1m height the magnitude of total displacement it will cover before it comes to rest will be – (A) ∞ (B)1m (C)3m (D)17m 48. IF ABCD is a square of side 1m. A1B1C1D1 are midpoints of sides of ABCD and A2B2C2D2 are midpoints of A1B1C1D1 and so on then the sum of areas of all such infinite squares will be – (A) 2m2 (B)1m2 (C) ∞ m2 (D) impossible to calculate 1 1 1 1 1 − .... + …. = 49. 1- + − + 2 4 8 16 32 (A) non zero number (B) negative number (C) positive number (D) zero 50. A large number of 1Ω resistances are connected as shown and such parallel connected resistances are up to infinity then the resultant resistance across A and B is – A 16 such 32 such B

(A) ∞Ω (C) 2Ω

(D)3Ω

(B) 1.5Ω

Model Answers of Entrance Test conducted on 27 March 2011 each correct answer carry 2 marks NO NEGATIVE MARKINGS 1 A 11 A 21 C 31 B 41 2 C 12 D 22 D 32 D 42 3 D 13 A 23 A 33 B 43 4 C 14 B 24 A 34 A 44 5 B 15 C 25 B 35 D 45 6 D 16 A 26 B 36 D 46 7 C 17 B 27 C 37 D 47 8 A 18 C 28 C 38 D 48 9 B 19 D 29 B 39 A 49 10 D 20 D 30 D 40 A 50

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