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In a class of 50 students, 26% students play only cricket, 18% students play only badminton, 10% students play only football, 20% students play only badminton and cricket, 12% students play only cricket and football and 8% students play only football and badminton, 6% students play all three games. 6. Total how many students play cricket? (a) 26 (b) 19 (c) 23 (d) 32 (e) None of these 7. Total how many students play football? (a) 15 (b) 18 (c) 12 (d) 13 (e) None of these 8. How many students play both the games badminton and football? (a) 7 (b) 4 (c) 3 (d) 13 (e) None of these 9. What approximate value will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following equation? 7.05 × 29.99 + ? = 300.59 (a) 110 (b) 95 (c) 90 (d) 98 (e) 112 10. Four of the following five parts numbered (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) are exactly equal. The number of the part which is not equal to the other four parts is your answer. 2 of 195 = .8 × 160 + 2 28% of 450 + 4 = 2.5 × 36 + .8 × 50 = 3 (a) (b) (c) (d) = 86% of 150 + 3 (e) Qs. 11-15. In each of the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out that wrong number. 11. 4 6 14 51 220 1125 6786 (a) 51 (b) 14 (c) 6 (d) 1125 (e) 220 12. 5 12 7 10 3 8 2 (a) 12 (b) 7 (c) 10 (d) 3 (e) 8 13. 4 7 16 46 124 367 1096 (a) 367 (b) 7 (c) 16 (d) 46 (e) 124 14. 19 28 39 51 67 84 103 (a) 19 (b) 28 (c) 39 (d) 51 (e) 67 15. 4 2 3 7.5 26.25 118.725 649.6875 (a) 118.725 (b) 26.25 (c) 7.5 (d) 3 (e) 2 Qs. 16-20. These questions are based on the following table: Number of items (in lakhs) produced by six Companies over the years

Company

Quantitative Aptitude

Solved paper of Bank P.O., Indian Overseas Bank held on January 18, 2004

1. A shopkeeper offered a discount of 15% on the labelled price. By selling an article for Rs 340 after giving discount he 1 earned a profit of 13 % . What would have been the per cent 3 profit earned if no discount was offered? 1 1 (a) 28 (b) 30 3 3 (d) 33 (c) 27

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(e) None of these

2. From 3 men and 4 women, three persons are to be selected in such a way that at least one woman is selected. In how many different ways can they be selected? (a) 60 (b) 42 (c) 21 (d) 36 (e) None of these 3. The square of a positive integer is more than its five times by 14. What is the positive integer? (a) 4 (b) 2 (c) 7 (d) Cannot be determined (e) None of these 1 4. A boat covers a distance of 30 kms in 2 hours running 2 down streams. While returning, it covers the same distance in 3 3 hours. What is the speed of the boat in kmph? 4 (a) 12 (b) 8 (c) 14 (d) 15 (e) None of these 5. In how many different ways can the letters of the word DISTANCE be arranged so that all the vowels come together? (a) 720 (b) 4320 (c) 4032 (d) 1440 (e) None of these Qs. 6-8. These questions are based on the following information:

Year

1997 38.5 106 65.4 48.5 52.6 78.4

1998 53.4 68.6 72.8 96.5 99.8 103.4

1999 48.6 62.7 63.5 78.6 82.2 88.9

2000 76.4 98.9 82.5 91.5 102.8 110.7

2001 56.5 72.8 86.4 92.8 89.5 98.4

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What was the average production (in lakhs) of all the Companies in year 1999? (a) 89. Number of girls is more than the number of boys by 12. III. Q and R in 2000 and the total production of Companies S. Crosses another stationary train in 18 seconds (a) II & III only (b) I & either II or III (c) I & II only (d) II & either I or III (e) None of these 23. Length of the diagonal is 35 metres. III. 26-30. Sides of the rectangle are in the ratio of 3 : 4. What is the ratio between female population of State ‘G’ and the male population of State ‘E’ respectively? (a) 39 : 40 (b) 40 : 39 (c) 17 : 18 (d) 19 : 20 (e) None of these 28. III. (a) All I. How many boys are there in the class? I. II. Approximately what was the percentage increase in production of Company R from 1999 to 2000? (a) 22 (b) 38 (c) 35 (d) 25 (e) 30 20. II & III (b) Any two of the three (c) I & III only (d) I & II only (e) None of these 24. (a) All I.19 (e) None of these 19. II. You have to study the questions alongwith the information given in the statements and decide the information in which of the statement(s) is necessary and sufficient to answer the question.O B J E C T I V E -T Y P E Q U E S T I O N S 16. Number of girls is 140% of the number of boys. T and U in that year respectively? (a) 17 : 19 (b) 18 : 19 (c) 13 : 15 (d) 13 : 17 (e) 16 : 21 17.22 (d) 23.42 (d) 76. II. What is the overall percentage of marks obtained by Sudha in all five subjects? I. Seven years ago Neeta’s age was two-third of Geeta’s age that time. Sudha scored 75% marks in Maths & Science together. Female population of State C is what per cent of the total population of that State? (rounded off to the nearest integer) (a) 48 (b) 56 (c) 62 1079 ! JULY 2004 ! THE COMPETITION MASTER . II & III (b) I & either II or III (c) III and either I or II (d) Any two of the three (e) Question cannot be answered even with the information in all three statements 22. In each of these questions. (a) I & II only (b) I & III only (c) II & III only (d) Any two of the three (e) All I. Ratio between present ages of Neeta and Geeta is 3 : 4 respectively. The train crosses a 320 metres long platform in 24 seconds.52 (d) 14. Approximately. She has scored 85% marks in Sanskrit. III. a question is followed by information in three statements.58 (c) 6. 21. Her aggregate marks in History and Science are 72%.11 (e) None of these 29. 21-25.25 (b) 70. What is the area of the rectangular field? I. Seven years hence the respective ratio of their ages will be 4 : 5. What is the speed of the train in kmph? I. What is the total population of State ‘F’ (in lakhs)? (a) 11. (a) II & either I or III (b) I & III only (c) II & III only (d) I & II only (e) None of these Qs. III. II & III 25. II. Production of Company S in 1999 is what per cent of the total production of the Company for all the given years? (rounded off to two digits after decimal) (a) 19.27 (b) 19. II.14 (b) 8.75 (c) 84.36 (c) 21. Boys and girls are in the ratio of 5 : 7 respectively. Perimeter of the field is 98 metres. what is the ratio between total production of Companies P. Length of the train is 240 metres. What is the ratio between male population of States A and B together and the female population of these two States together respectively? (a) 704 : 507 (b) 507 : 704 (c) 352 : 507 (d) 507 : 352 (e) None of these 27.50 (e) None of these 18. Total production of Company S for all the given years is what per cent of the total production of Company Q for all the given years? (rounded off to the nearest integer) (a) 72 (b) 68 (c) 69 (d) 67 (e) None of these Qs. What is Neeta’s present age? I. Study the following graphs carefully to answer these questions: Statewise Distribution of Male Population Statewise Distribution of Female Population G 14% A 11% B 15% C 8% F 8% G 15% A 13% B 9% C 16% F 22% E 18% D 12% E 21% D 18% Total Male Population = 39 lakhs Total Female Population = 32 lakhs 26.

Which of the following values of ‘x’ will satisfy the inequality x2 + 12 > 7 × ? (a) x > 4 or x < 3 (b) –4 < x < 4 (c) –4 < x < 3 (d) –3 < x <3 (e) None of these 33.p. What are total marks obtained by E in all subjects together? (a) 325 (b) 385. How much money should Abhijit pay at the end of 2 years to settle the loan? (a) Rs 18. If y 17 (a) 38 (b) 17 (c) 34 (d) 19 (e) None of these 40. What is the average percentage of marks obtained by all students in History? (a) 36. What are the average marks of all students out of 80 in Psychology? (a) 58. (a) .000 (c) Rs 24.000 1080 ! JULY 2004 ! THE COMPETITION MASTER .96 (b) 62.6 (e) 10 31. Capacity of a cylindrical vessel is 25.600. and the difference between the two numbers is 20. What is the overall percentage of marks obtained by C in all subjects? (rounded off to nearest integer) (a) 69 (b) 68 (c) 66 (d) 67 (e) None of these 46-50. What is the ratio between the marks obtained by A in Philosophy and Maths together. and the remaining is equally invested in three different schemes.001 (a) 256 (b) 324 (c) 18 (d) 15 (e) 225 Qs.618 (d) Rs 18. If the digit in the unit’s place of the original number is more than the digit in ten’s place by 5.5 (b) 8 (c) 4. 6 8 13 11 5 7 9 11 . . 41-45.15 (c) 385 (d) 315.872 litres. what is the original number? (a) 83 (b) 49 (c) 38 (d) Cannot be determined (e) None of these 34. and the marks obtained by him in the other three subjects together respectively? (a) 408 : 385 (b) 385 : 408 (c) 19 : 20 (d) 20 : 19 (e) None of these 44. Study the following graph carefully to answer these questions: Number of students studying Arts and Commerce in an institute over the years 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 1997 1998 1999 YEAR 2000 2001 2002 ARTS COMMERCE 5 7 11 9 . . 6 8 11 13 7 11 5 9 .000 (b) Rs 21.24 (b) 71.600 (b) Rs 18. 41. Which of the following has the fractions in descending order? 7 5 9 11 . Study the following table to answer these questions: Percentage of marks obtained by five students in five different subjects Subject Philosophy Psychology Sociology Students (75) (80) (60) A 48 75 65 B 62 69 77 C 78 58 61 D 56 72 82 E 66 85 74 History (60) 73 55 46 63 71 Maths (125) 79 66 85 78 89 Note: Maximum marks are given into bracket for each subject.869 (e) None of these 37.80 (c) 57.01)2 + 81.O B J E C T I V E -T Y P E Q U E S T I O N S (d) 59 (e) None of these 30. what was the monthly salary of Mr Ramesh? (a) Rs 28.009 × 32 = ? (a) 498 (b) 369 (c) 611 (d) 288 (e) 513 32. If the height of the cylinder is three times the radius of its base.000 from Nisha at compound interest rate of 12 p. Abhijit borrowed Rs 15.10 (e) None of these 43. 8 6 11 13 (b) (c) (d) (d) Cannot be determined (e) None of these 68 y = then what is the value of y? 39. What approximate value will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following equation? (15.95% of 280 + ? = 253. . What is the sum of the two numbers? (a) 220 (b) 180 (c) 170 (d) Cannot be determined (e) None of these 35.26 (d) 63. . If the amount invested in each scheme is Rs 5. .75 (e) None of these 45. Approximately what is the average population of the given States (in lakhs)? (a) 6. what is the area of the base in square cms? (a) 336 (b) 1232 (c) 616 (d) Cannot be determined (e) None of these 38.c.a. . Mr Ramesh spends 25% of his monthly salary on household expenditure. . Three-fourth of a number is equal to 60% of another number.44 (d) 72. The number obtained by interchanging the digits of a two digit number is more than the original number by 45.60 (c) 46. 8 13 6 11 (e) None of these 36. What approximate value will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following equation? 84.816 (c) Rs 18.6 (d) 5.10 (e) None of these 42. 20% of the remaining on children’s education.

124 + 35 = 367. is Rs 85 then M. 367 + 36 = 1096 46 is wrong. 7. of students who play cricket = No.O B J E C T I V E -T Y P E Q U E S T I O N S Downstream speed = x + y = 30 = 12 1 2 2 46. (e) 5. (e) 3 persons are to be selected. I. 46.. = Rs 400 If no discount. 3+2=5 8 is wrong It should be 5 13.P. (i) Upstream speed = x – y = 30 =8 3 3 4 . of students who play football = 50 × 10 8 + 6 + 50 × + 3 = 18 100 100 C B 13 10 9 6 34 5 F 340 × 100 = Rs 300 40 100 + 3 8. 7 + 32 = 16. 12. (d) Let M. then S. of ways = C1× C2 + C2 × C1 + C3 3. Approximately what was the percentage increaase in number of students studying Arts and Commerce together from 1997 to 2002? (a) 115 (b) 55 (c) 75 (d) 125 (e) 110 49. of students who play cricket only = 3 + 10 + 6 = 50 × 26 + 19 = 32 100 7...P. What is the ratio between the total number of students studying Arts and Commerce together in 1999 and in 2001 respectively? (a) 8 : 9 (b) 15 : 19 (c) 11 : 15 (d) 7 : 10 (e) None of these ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS 1. (e) 11. 14 × 3 + 32 = 51. I. 1W + 2M. = 85 9. 43 + 34 = 124.. 7. What was the average number of students studying Commerce for the given years? (a) 675 (b) 667 (c) 716 (d) 765 (e) None of these 50. E and 5 constants Q Vowels should come together ∴ 6 letters can be arranged in 6! ways. 2 5 + 7 = 12. (c) x2 = 5x + 14 ⇒ x2 – 5x – 14 = 0 ⇒ x = 7 (rejecting –ve value) 4. 3. is Rs 340 then M. (a) No. If the number of students studying Commerce in year 2000 was increased by 20% and the number of students studying Arts in the same year was decreased by 10%. During which of the following years was the percentage increase/decrease in number of students studying Arts from the previous year was the minimum? (a) 1998 (b) 1999 (c) 2000 (d) 2001 (e) 2002 47. of students who play only cricket and badminton = 50 × 20 = 10 100 12 =6 100 No. 124. It should be 43.. at least one woman 10.P. badminton and football be C. (c) 4 × 1 + 12 = 5. 10. Consider (A. no. = Rs 100. of students who play cricket and flootball only = 50 × ∴ No. B and F respectively 6 =3 ∴ n B ∩ C ∩ F = 50 × 100 c h No. 5 × 2 + 22 = 14. 16 + 33 = 43. 1096 4 + 3 = 7. 51 × 4 + 42 = 220 and so on ∴ 6 is wrong. = Rs 400 ∴ P = 400 – 300 = Rs 100 P% = 100 1 × 100 = 33 300 3 2. (e) Let the speed of boat in still water be x km/hr and that D of stream be y km/hr S= T = 12 + 18 + 4 = 34 1081 ! JULY 2004 ! THE COMPETITION MASTER . 8. 7 + 3 = 10. 3W 4 3 4 3 4 ∴ Reqd. 367. 12. (d) 4. d = 15% ∴ SP = Rs 85 40 % Profit = 3 ∴ CP = . no.P. It should be 5. 2W + 1M. (d) Let the sets of students who play cricket..P. of ways = 6! × 3! = 4320 6. = M. of students who play both badminton and football = 50 × 8 + 3=7 100 If S. (ii) Solving (i) and (ii). what would have been the total number of students studying Arts and Commerce in 2000? (a) 1285 (b) 1375 (c) 1385 (d) 1275 (e) None of these 48.P. (b) No. 16.P. we get x = 10 km/hr 5. (b) Three vowels A. (c) 7 × 30 + x = 300 ⇒ = 90 M. E) as one letter Three vowels among themselves can be arranged in 3! ways ∴ Reqd.P. = Rs 100 100 × 340 If S.

(e) 90 120 + 650 × = 1275 100 100 31. It should be 118. 92 + 3 = 84. 26..27 407. (d) 49.. (e) Reqd. 28.5 × 7 = 26..725 is wrong. 51. It should be 52. 118. (b) 3 60 = y ⇒ 5 − 4y = 0 4 100 ∴y>x ∴ y – x = 20 Solving both equations. we get x = 80. 62 + 3 = 39. we can find area 35 3x 2(L + B) = 98 2(L + x) = 98 ⇒ L = 49 – x ∴ 4x L2 + B2 = 352 ⇒ (49 – x)2 + x2 = 35 By finding x. (d) 46. (d) 19. (c) Let r = x 2 ∴ Height = 3x V = πr h Vol. (c) 42.5. 72 + 3 = 52. 75 100 75 20 75 − × = 3 × 5600 100 100 100 ⇒ x = 28. (d) Let the digit at unit’s place be x and ten’s place be y . of a cylinder = 25. (b) Let the sides be 3x and 4x ∴ 2(3x + 4x) = 98 ⇒ x = 7 2 2 2 ∴ Area = 3x × 4x = 12x = 12 × 7 = 568 m 2 2 2 or (3x) + (4x) = 35 By finding x.(i) ∴ No. (b) 75 65 73 × 80 + × 60 + × 60 408 100 100 100 16 × 32 100 × 100 = 62 29. 49. = 10y + x.872l = 25872 cm3 (1l = 1000 cm3) 22 2 r × 3r = 25872 ⇒ r = 14 cm 7 2 Base area = πr = 22 × 142 = 616 cm 2 7 25 100 38. (d) 25.(ii) Both equations are same ∴ We can’t find the values of x and y exactly 83.9 1 2 3 2 3× 5 = 7. ratio = 18 × 39 lakhs 117 100 37. (d) 45. (a) 19.125 × = 649.125 34. (c) 16 8 × 32 + × 39 100 100 30. (e) 20. 2 7. (c) 17. (b) 18. 67. (e) 152 + 81 × 32 = 225 + 9 × 32 = 513 32. (d) 100 28.T. (c) y2 = 68 × 17 ⇒ y = 34 85 × 280 + = 253 ⇒ = 15 40.6 × 100 = 19.. 39. 103 42 + 3 = 19.125. 2 × = 3. (e) 21. 15.25 2 9 11 = 118. (e) FG 39 + 32 IJ = 10 H 7 K (rounded off to nearest integer) lakhs (approximately) 44. we can find L and B and then area 24. 52 + 3 = 28. (e) 47. x – y = 5 10x + y – (10y + x) = 45 ⇒ x – y = 5 . (a) FG 22 × 39 + 8 × 32IJ lakhs = 11. (e) 48 79 × 75 + × 125 385 100 100 = 43. (b) A = P 1+ 240 + 320 18 × 24 5 FG H R 100 IJ K n = 15000 1 + FG H 12 100 IJ K 2 = Rs 18816 23.S. (a) x2 – 7x + 12 > 0 ⇒ (x – 4) (x – 3) > 0 1082 ! JULY 2004 ! THE COMPETITION MASTER .000 39.25 × 16. (a) 11 + 15 × 39 lakhs 507 100 = 26.14 lakhs H 100 100 K 41. (a) Let total salary be Rs x Expenditure on (household) = Remaining = A. 38 all satisfy both the conditions ∴ 118. 102 + 3 = 103 51 is wrong. ∴ Sum = 180 35. (d) 550 × 48. (a) 50. 84. (c) S = 78. (d) 13 + 9 × 32 lakhs 352 100 15 × 32 lakhs 80 100 = 27. (a) 22.O B J E C T I V E -T Y P E Q U E S T I O N S 14.6875 2 2 ⇒ x<3 or x > 4 33. (d) Change into decimals y = 100 36. 82 + 3 = 67. (a) 4 × = 2.

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