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Solid DI # 105 In the table below are 11 types of vehicles listed along with their per person fare for specific kilometres. If you travel alone by Type P vehicle for 12 km it will cost $10, for 18 km it will cost $11 and so on. If you are travelling along with a companion it will cost you double i.e. for 12 km it will cost you $20, 3 persons travelling will cost $30 and so on. Types of vehicles and their respective fares are tabulated below. Fares for any distance can be calculated by interpolating the data between the given distances.

Vehicles

12 km

18 km

31 km

41km

52 km

60 km

P

10

11

12

15

21

27

Q

12

12.50

13

17

25

31

R

13

14.50

15

19

29

37

S

17

18

19

21

33

45

T

18

20

21

25

32

48

U

21

21.50

23

27

38

50

V

22

23

24

29

41

55

W

24

25

26

31

37

59

X

25

27.50

29

35

37

65

Y

26

29.50

31

37

42

67

Z

29

31.50

32

39

59

75

* Fares are in $.

1. What will be the average vehicle fare for 34 km by all types of vehicle?

1. $ 24.70 2. $ 34.20 3. $ 29.50

4. $ 32.70

2. Mr. Bond has to travel 198 km and he wants to travel by all the vehicles. If he wants to travel equal distance by each vehicle, then how much has he to spend?

1. $ 423

2. $ 324

3. $ 234

4. $ 143

3. Siddharth and his bride traveled a distance of 15 kms by vehicle T and paid $ x as total fare. If Siddharth had traveled alone by the vehicle S and paid $ x, then distance traveled by him would have been?

1. 55 km

2. 60 km

3. 58 km

4. 57 km

4. Which of the following shows the correct order of the vehicle in ascending order according to the charges of fare for 5

**1. Vehicle S is cheaper than vehicle T & R.
**

2. Vehicle V is cheaper than vehicle X but costlier than T. 3. Vehicle W is cheaper than vehicle Q & R. 4. Vehicle T is equal to S but cheaper than vehicle X.

Answer:

1. 1 Total fare at 34 kms / number of vehicle = average fare per vehicle.

5 = 234.e.33 Ã— 3 = $19. 1. Therefore for 15 km they will have to pay 19 x 2 = 38.30 + 32. 90 = 12.50 per km.90. At what time I’ll be free to catch up with my friends? 1.5 + 18 + 20 + 21. Assuming that there was delay of 5 minutes at 3:07 pm in the counter clerks working.. (12.5 + 14. 3. As for 52 km by vehicle S = 33 $ For additional km above 52 km fare will go up by 45-33/ 8 = 12/8 = 3/2 or 1. 3:48 4.) 2. The Tea break of 10 minute is at 3:35. 3 Mr. V at 44.5.5 is costlier than X. Rule out option 3 because w is costlier then both T and R >>>>>>>>>>>>>> Solid DI # 107 At 3:00 pm afternoon I am 11th in a college fee payment counter queue.20 + 19.5 + 23 + 25 + 27. The ratio of boy to girl gets interchanged after the 17th person. Bond Wants to travel 198 kms by all the 11 type of vehicle so he will be traveling 198/ 11 = 18 kms by each type.5.34 km is between 31 “ 41 for vehicle p fare of 34 km will be 12 + (12-15/10) i. W-42. 3:40 . So for 15km it will be 20-18/ 6 = 1/3 or . calculate the same of rest of the vehicle type. Z-63.5 + 29. Use this data to confirm that the 4th option is right. So for 15 km fare for one person will be 18 + . Vehicle S is costlier than R and equal to T.80 + 37. R-31.20 + 30. So for $38 he traveled 55 km. In option 2. S-36. At 3:02 and 3:04 girls join the queue. Q-26.20 + 16. Then he must have traveled distance between 52 to 60 Km. X-44.5 + 31.33 $ Per km.5. The first person is a boy and the person behind me is a girl.25. The queue increased at the rate of 1 person every minute the counter clerk takes 3 minutes to entertain a person. When Siddharth traveled alone by vehicle S he paid 38 $. 4. There is one girl after every 2 boys in the queue.76. 4 Fare for x for 54 km = P-22.90 + 14. 1 Fare for 12 km by vehicle T = 18. Y-48.60 + 22. (difference in fare between 31 & 41 km divided by difference in km) = 12 +. U-41.40/11 = 24. 3:43 3.40 + 41.80 + 45/11 = 272. T-36. So total cost for traveling 198 km = 11 + 12. 3:45 2. In option 1..5. V-44.

6th position 4. Race Team A Team B Team C Team D Team E . where B stands for boy and G stands for girl. (30 + 10 + 5 + 3 = 48 min. 5.. 4th position 3. + 10 minutes tea break + 5 minutes interruption + 3 minute processing time. 8. 3. my position? If the 3rd person in the queue decides to pay the fees of two persons (including herself) and a boy who was exactly after her. So I’ll be free by 3:48 pm. There for it is BBGBBG i. 2.2. so it is like being 6th in the queue. B. i. so we are back to being 5th position. 2 Explanation 15 & 16: .e. 2. E and F are racing new concept cars competing in a season of 6 races. 2 Counter clerk takes 3 minutes to entertain on person.e. And so on. None of these 2. 5 and 6 are 10. 3. After 12th person girls ratio interchanges i. 3 rd 6th 9th 12th & 15th are girls. left the counter without paying his fees? position 1. I am 11th in a queue. I was 11th so now I am 5th Now one of the girls has paid 2 fees. my number shall arrive after 10 people (3 minute per) 10X3 = 30 min. 1 and 0 respectively. i. but a boy exactly after her.e. Points scored by five teams in the first 4 races are given in the table below. D. 1 st person is a boy. So in 18 minutes 18/3 = 6 persons have paid their fees. thus it can be BBG or BGBBGB.e.. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Solid DI # 109 Toyota motor company’s teams A. Points awarded for rank 1.After 2 boys there is a lady. The person behind me is a girl (12th in a row). it becomes 2 girls to boys in a group â€¦ at 3:02 and 3:04. C. 5thposition Answer: 1. Where will I be at 3:18 hrs. 4.

Mark 1: If the question can be answered by using one of the statements alone. statement alone.1 1 10 0 3 8 2 0 1 3 10 8 3 10 3 5 0 1 4 10 5 8 1 0 The Championship is won by the team which scores the highest. Mark 4: If the question cannot be answered. but cannot be answered using the other. Team F finishes second in the fifth race. Mark 2: If the question can be answered by using other statements alone. 1. Mark 3: If the question can be answered by using both statements together. but cannot be answered by using either statement alone. who wins the championship? I. Team F does not finish second in the sixth race. . II. If Team C wins the next two races.

Maximum possible score of Team A is 21 + 13 = 34.2. Team C has 36 points after the 6 races: Statement I and II are individually insufficient as the positions of the other players in the last two races are not known. nothing can be said about the winner. 3 and 4 respectively. who wins the championship? I. Statement II is insufficient to answer the question by itself. Team F and Team A’s maximum possible score = 21 + 5 + 10 = 32. 5. 3 From the table. Combining I and II: Maximum number of points Team F can get = 8 + 5 = 13. From statement I. 8 and 3 in the Race 1. 4 End score of Team E = 17 + 10 + 8 = 35. Team A cannot finish second in the fifth race as Team F is second. Team F scores 5. No other player can score more than this. Thus. Team D finishes second in one of the races. Team F and Team A’s maximum possible score = 21 + 5 + 10 = 36. ∴ Statement I is insufficient to answer the question. If Team E wins the next race and finishes second in the last race. II. His maximum possible score at the end of 6 races = 21 + 13 = 34. Team F does not win any race. Team D’s maximum possible score = 14 + 8 + 10 = 32. ∴ Team C wins the championship with 36 points. ANSWER 1. . as their scores in the first four races are less than Team F and Team A. 2. 2.

It also has two companies of reserve police. If a riot requires a platoon in the next week. As far as possible. Cannot be determined . Bahadur and Kukri “ patrol the Indian and Chinese borders. continuous work should be minimised. platoons should not work consecutive weeks. The King’s security uses one company of reserve police. Option 1 or 2 4. Gurkha and Sherpa are on patrol duty at the first week of July. Rana. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Solid DI # 110 Nepal maintains a regular police force and 6 army platoons for normal security requirements. Kukri} “ works for a week at a time. 1. Under normal conditions. two more platoons are called in. Bahadur or Kukri 3. one company of the reserve police and one platoon of the army are used. which of the following could be sent? 1. two of the six army platoons “ Gurkha. In the event of a natural calamity. Each pair “ {Gurkha. one company of reserve police is called in 24 hours after the outbreak and one platoon of army after 48 hours. Thapa. Sherpa} {Rana. This order is always maintained.Considering both the statements together nothing can be said about the winner. Sherpa. If the riot continues on the 4th day. In a riot. If this is unavoidable. Thapa} and {Bahadur. Rana or Thapa 2. ∴ Question cannot be answered.

1 police. If there is a natural calamity. Bahadur. Gurkha 4. I 24. Which platoons could have been used in the second week? 1. In the above question. he has to inspect at least three Indica’s. The King arrived when the emergency work was complete. Sherpa 2. He has to inspect three vehicles on each of the two days. Kukri. 3 platoons 4. Bahadur. which was followed by a riot. Bahadur. S 13 . 4 platoons 4. Either 1 or 2 ANSWER Solid DI # 111 A Quality Assurance inspector is planning to inspect certain vehicles on this Monday and Tuesday at Tata Motors. other things be normal. Sherpa 3. If a natural calamity was followed by the King’s visit. 1 police. Gurkha. But riots continue and two more platoons were needed. 1 police. The riot started after the King went. S 21. at least one Safari and at least one Ace. Gurkha. On these two days put together.2. I 23 Safari : S 11. Bahadur was used in the first week. S 12. Kukri. The registration numbers of a vehicle available for inspection are as follows: Indica : I 21. Sherpa 3. 2 platoons 2. Both 1 and 2 4. 2. 3 platoons 3. 3. Kukri. what can we conclude? 1. how many reserve police companies and platoons are not on active duty? 1. 2 police. I 22. and yet there was no shortage of reserve police.

S 21. Which of the following is possible combination of vehicles that can be inspected on Tuesday? 1. I 22. S 21. I 23.Ace : A 22 . 22 and 23 are available for inspection on Tuesday only. A 22 ANSWER . I 21. Which of the following vehicles must be inspected by the vehicle inspector? 1.) The following restrictions are placed in a selection of the vehicles to be inspected: (i) Not more than two vehicles of the same kind can be inspected on one day. 1. 22. A 12 Each vehicle is given a registration number. (ii) Vehicles whose registration numbers have a numerical code of 21. S 13 2. (iii) No vehicle inspected on Monday can be inspected on Tuesday. etc. I 14 3. I 23 4. S 13. A 12 . which consists of a single “ letter code (I. S or A) followed by a two “ digit numerical code (21. I 24 2. I 23 4. A 22 3. S 11. I 21 2. A 11 .

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>> Solid DI # 112 There are six companies “ Rediff. Option 3 does not violate any condition. (i) No companies ranked in market capitalization in the same position as speculated by Natwest but exactly two of the four companies speculated by them finished the market capitalization within the first four positions. 4 Among the Indica’s I 21. Hence option 2 and 4 are not possible combinations. Three venture capitalists “ Natwest. 2.1. at least two Indica’s must be inspected on the second day. 3 I 24 must be inspected on the first day. Speculated Positions 1st Natwest Chrysalis General Atlantic Rediff Bazee MCX 2nd Bazee Shaadi Naukri 3rd Naukri Rediff Bazee 4th MCX Contest 2 Win Contest 2 Win Venture Capitalists It is also known that. Shaadi and MCX. Naukri. Chrysalis and General Atlantic “ have invested in these companies their individual speculations regarding the companies that would top the market capitalization among the first four positions are given in the following tables. As only one Indica can be inspected on the first day. Contest 2 Win. . Bazee. In the dotcom companies market capitalization. I 22 and I 23 can be inspected only on the second day. As three Indica’s have to be inspected in two days and at most two Indica’s can be inspected on Tuesday. four of these six companies have secured the first four positions. I 24 must be inspected on Monday.

Rediff. Which company ranked third in market capitalization? 1. Answer 1. from (ii). . Rediff. Hence. Both Contest 2 Win and Shaadi must have finished in first four positions. Shaadi 3. Contest 2 Win 2. Naukri. three of the four companies speculated by Chrysalis finished in the first four positions. Shaadi. Bazee did not finish in the first four positions. whichfinishedthemarket capitalization in the first four positions respectively? 1. Contest 2 Win. Shaadi. From (iii). Hence. Rediff finished in the first four positions. 1. Cannot be determined. Rediff. Contest 2 Win. Bazee. Contest 2 Win. Naukri 2.(iii) Exactly two companies ranked in market capitalization in the same positions as speculated by Chrysalis. while only one company speculated by them failed to finish the market capitalization within the first four positions. From (i). 2. Rediff 4. 4. exactly one of the other two companies “ Naukri and MCX “ finished in the top four positions. Which of the following is the correct order of the companies. 3. Shaadi. 3 From (ii). (iii) Exactly two companies speculated by General Atlantic ranked in the market capitalization within the first four positions while only one company ranked the market capitalization in the same position as they speculated. MCX. Hence. Exactly one of Rediff and Bazee finished in first four positions.

Rediff. the processing is done on a machine having production hours of 160 hours in day shift and 182 hours in the night shift. Rediff cannot finish at first position. Two of the companies as predicted by Chrysalis finished at the same positions. 2 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Solid DI # 114 Rahul Sharma has a factory which manufactures Alpha I. in this case no company according to General Atlantic’s predictions could have finished at the correct position. which costs Rs. Beta I and Gamma I. Hence. All these are manufactured by processing Omega 34. 2.Now. The correct order is Shaadi MCX Rediff Contest 2 Win. Shaadi finished at first position and MCX finished at 2nd position. the companies finished in the first four positions are Contest 2 Win. If Contest 2 Win did not finish at the finish. ∴ It must have finished at third position.5 kg per unit of Omega 34. From (ii).0 hours Alpha I Beta I 3 hours . 2 per kilogram. ∴ Rediff cannot finish at 2nd or 4th positions as in this case the above value for Chrysalis can be at most one. Shaadi and MCX / Naukri. From (i). then it should have finish at first position.5 hours 4. The total availability of Omega 34 is 350 kilogram. Alpha I requires 1 kg/unit. Beta I requires 2 kg/unit and Gamma I Gamma I requires 2. Contest 2 Win finished at 4th position. Product Day Shift 2 hours Night Shift 2. The time required per unit production is as follows.

Gamma I 1 hour 1. 2. 65 b) profit Rs. At least 5o units of Alpha I have to be produced and at the most 150 units of Gamma I can be produced. Manufacture 40 units of Beta I and 40 units of Gamma I and 5 units of Alpha I in night shift.50 per Unit respectively. manufacture 40 units of Beta I and 40 units of Gamma I and 10 units of Alpha I in night shift. 3. 1 per hour. 1. What will be his profit/loss? a) loss of Rs. 4 units of Beta I in day shift. 10 hours to manufacture Alpha I.5 hours The machine costs Rs. 25 units of Beta I. in the day shit. If the minimum possible manufacturing requirement for Alpha I is met and the remaining raw material is utilised for the manufacture of the other 2 products then . 5 units of Beta I in day shift. and 10 units of Gamma I are produced? a) 50% b) 58% c) 68% d) 78% 3. 4 units of Beta I in day shift. 8 per Unit. Selling price of Alpha I Beta I and Gamma I are Rs. 4 units of Beta I. 10 units of Gamma I and 30 units of Alpha I in night shift. 65 c) No profit to loss d) This manufacturing pattern is not possible 4. Rs. b) 75 units of Alpha I. and 10 units of Gamma I and 30 units of Alpha I in night shift. and in the night shift manufactures 53 units of Gamma I and spends the rest of the night shift to manufacture Alpha 1. 12 per Unit and Rs. 40 units of Beta I. Which of the following is possible? a) 75 units of Alpha 1. What percentage of the available raw material is utilised if 100 units of Alpha I. c) 74 units of Alpha I. d) 74 units of Alpha I. If Rahul Sharma spends initially 150 machine hours in day shift to manufacture Gamma I. 40 units of Beta I.

So amount of raw material used will be 50 kg.a) 10 units of Beta I can be manufactured b) 0 units of Beta I can be manufactured c) 5 units of Beta I can be manufactured d) Any of the above 5. Total cost of production is Rs.5) = 205 kg. c In the day shift time utlised (65 Â´ 2 + 4 Â´ 3 + 15 Â´ 1) = 157 hours. 54 III. 65 units of Alpha I. So % of total = 2o5/350 Â´ 100 = 58%.5 + 30 Â´ 2.5) = 190 hours.5) = 190 hours which again satisfies the condition given in the question. So total unutilised time is 5 hours. Remaining raw material is 300 kg. 25 units of Beta I. so any of the first three options are possible. 5 hours of machine time is unutilised II. So 3 hours unutilised in day shift. .40 units of Gamma I and 20 units of Alpha I are manufactured then which of the following is true? I. 15 units of Gamma I and in the night shift. So 2 hours unutilised in night shift. 20 units of Beta 1. More than 20% of the available raw material is unutilised a) I only b) II only c) I and III d) I and II Answers 1. 5. d Since in the question it is mentioned that the maximum no of units of Gamma I have to be 150 but according to the question total no of Gamma I units being manufactured are 203. 2. In the night shift time utilised (20 Â´ 4 + 40 Â´ 1. If in the shift.e. Total amount of Omega 34 available is 350 Kg. 4 units of Beta I. d Minimum possible manufacturing requirement of Alpha I is 50 units. c 74 units of Alpha I and 4 units of Beta I in day shift will require (74 Â´ 2 + 4 Â´ 3) = 160 hours of day shift which are available as per the condition given in the question. 4.5 + 20 Â´ 2. 10 units of Gama I and 30 units of Alpha in night shift will require (25 Â´ 4 + 10 Â´ 1. b Amount of raw material i. Omega 34 utilised will be (100 Â´ 1 + 40 Â´ 2 + 10 Â´ 2. 3.

37 & 46 4 .270. What can be said about Sachin’s contribution in the three partnerships he was involved in assuming that there were no extras conceded by the Australian team? 1. 39. 40. Seghwag and Pathan scored in mid 20’s. Each team had 11 players 5 batsmen. So amount of raw material unutilised will be (350 .5)/350 Â´ 100 = 22.Total raw material consumed ((65 + 20) Â´ 1 + (20 + 4) Â´ 2 + (55 Â´ 2.Harbhajan “ Zaheer “ Balaji “ kumble. 44 2. 4th & 5th wicket fell when score was 261 in 42nd over. 41.5)) = 270. Finally. Two more players scored more than 50 runs. India won the match by 4 wickets with two balls to spare.7% which is more than 20%. Hence c). 38. 40 & 44 2. Tendulkar and Seghwag opened the innings for India. 39. . 3rd wicket fell at the score of 187 when Tendulkar was caught behind in the 32nd over. where only 10 wickets is to be taken of a team. At the end of the 19th over the second wicket fell at 128. India scored 333 with a four hit by Harbhajan of the first fall he faced in the 50th over. 46 3. Dhoni scored more than Pathan and Seghwag but still Seghwag was not the least scorer. Tendulkar scored approx 37% of the total runs scored by India. 39. What can be concluded from theanalysis of the paragraph given above inaccordance with the two statements give with this question: Statement 1: Dhoni scored second highest runs and was the 5th wicket to fall for India in the 42nd over. Australia managed to score 329 runs in 50 overs. but man of the match was given to the player who scored curtail runs in the pressure situation at the end of the innings. 1 wicketkeeper and 5 bowlers. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Solid DI # 113 In a one-day cricket international between India and Australia. The first wicket fell at the end of the 9th over when the score was 63.Seghwag “ Pathan “ Dhoni “ Yuvraj “ Dravid “ Kaif . The game was played in accordance with the rules laid down by the ICC.5 kg. 1. To win the match India was required to score 330 runs in 50 overs. Indian batting order “ Tendulkar .

At least one of the statements must be true. 4 . None of the above . What can be said regarding the following two statements? Statement 1: Kaif was not out at the end of Indian innings with second highest score. None of the above. 2 . 1 . 3 . At most one of the statement is true. Both statements could be true. 3 . 3. 1 . 4 . If statement 2 is true then statement 1 is necessarily false. 2 . If statement 1 is true then statement 2 is necessarily true.Statement 2: Dravid scored a duck in the match. Statement 2: Tendulkar was not involved in the highest partnership. If statement 1 is false then statement 2 is necessarily true.

1 If statement 2 is true. where as either or th 5 or 6th (Rahul or Yuvraj) was involved in two partnerships of 74 and 72. so lets assume they score 25 and 24 respectively.e. 2. See the batting order for India. In second partnership of 65 if Pathan scored 26 so Sachin cannot score more than 39 runs. Seghwag and Pathan scored in mid 20’s (between 24 “ 26) As Pathan scored more than Seghwag. So Kaif was involved in a partnership of 72 runs for the 6th wicket. 333 *37% = 123 runs approx. 3. which means he came to crease after the fall of 5th wicket in 42nd over when score was 261. So option 1.ANSWER 1. In first partnership of 63 if Seghwag scored 24 so Sachin cannot score more than 39 runs. So he can only be the 5th wicket to fall without scoring a run. Dravid can only come to the crease after the fall of 4th wicket and he is the second batsman to get out in the 42nd over. 3 Statement 1: Kaif batted at no 7th. 65 (Pathan) and 59 (Dhoni). So he must have score 45 runs in the third partnership with Dhoni to make 123 runs. So option 2. So . There in the first two partnerships Sachin cannot score more than 78 runs. than 1 cannot be true as if Dravid scored a duck than he must be the one to get out as the 5th wicket in the 42nd over for India. 2 Sachin scored approximately 37% runs scored by India i. In such case either Dhoni or Yuvraj was the 4th wicket to fall for India as they were batting after the fall of 3rd wicket (Sachin). He was involved in the partnerships of 63 (Seghwag).

So statement 2 is absolutely true. second wicket partnership was of 128 “ 63 = 65. 5th wicket fell at same over (given). %. 4 @ (16 $ 7) # [(8 $ 1) % 2] is equal to a) 4 b) 9 c) 3 d) 8 2. Which of the following operations would give a prime number? a) (6 # 2) % 1 b) 8 @ 9 # 12 c) 7 % 5 % 1 d) 7 $ 4 $ 2 . 9 # 3 @ 2 = 6 The following questions are based on this data. #. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Yesterdays Question Solid DI # 115 Directions : Q. 1. If aÂ² @ 5 = (a + 8)Â² # 5. 6th wicket partnership was of 333 “ 261 = 72. $ are certain mathematical symbols.logically it could not be true. then a can be a) 0 b) 1 c) 2 d) 5 3. 1. Statement 2: 1st wicket partnership was of 63. 4th partnership was of 261. third wicket partnership was of 187. √ (25 % 7 % 4) = 2 @ 3 3. (2 @ 3 % 6)Â² $ 1 = 143 2.1 to 4: @. x/z = 4 # 5 when x/y = y/z = 2/√ 5 4.187 = 74.128 = 61 when Tendulkar got out).

50 c) Rs. 100 with him. 1. 4. Amar played on machine Dodoo and Akbar played on machine Tory. 75 d) Rs. all others are not. # => division. 50. c If 5aÂ² = (a + 8)Â²/5.0 + 1 = 2. Akbar had Rs.1) + 2] = 4. $ => subtraction. then a = 2. 50 c) Rs.7)/[[(8 . @ => multiplication. 2. After paying for the 3rd round what was the amount with Amar? a) Rs. 1 @ 0 % of $ 0 % 1 is equal to a) 0 b) 1 c) undefined d) 2 Answer: From the first statement. a @ (16 $ 7) # [(3 $ 1) % 2] 4(16 . 3. 150 4. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Solid DI # 116 Data for Questions 1 to 5: Amar and Akbar went to a gambling club. 1.1 = 143. Akbar played three rounds on Torry and in every round the amount which he had at the beginning of the round got tripled. a) 100 b) 150 c) 50 d) 75 3. 25 b) Rs. 25 b) Rs. Amar played four rounds on Dodoo and in every round the money which he had at the beginning of the round got doubled. % = > addition. 9 # 3 ℜ× 2. Which of the following is correct? a) Rs. Amar started with Rs. and (2 @ 3% 6) = 12. 75 at the end of the 3rd round. 100 . Each round on Dodoo and Totry costs Rs. c 7 + 5 + 1 = 13 is a prime. we see that (12)Â² .4. 75 d) Rs. d 1(0) + 1 . a) 100 b) 150 c) 55 d) 75 2. Akbar started with Rs. At the end of the fourth round Amar had Rs. (Note that 1 is neither Prime nor Composite). They had to pay before each round started. Form the second statement.

100/-.50) and at the end he received 3(K. 75. a Amar started with Rs.150. At the beginning of the 3rd round the amount with Akbar was: a) Finally Amar and Akbar both were in profit.600 = Rs. Therefore K = 75. Note that in every round the money which he had at the beginning of the round got tripled. (27K . Since at the end of the fourth round Akbar had Rs. 4. At the end of the second. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Solid DI # 116 . 1.600. 50.1950) = 75. b At the end of the second round. d) Only one of them was in profit. 5. In the second round he invested (3K . Answer Let Akbar started with Rs. b) Finally Amar and Akbar both were in loss.150 . 75 with him. 3. c) Amar and Akbar neither gained nor lost in their games. d Akbar started with Rs. K. Akbar played on machine Torry and each round on it costs Rs. 100. Thus Amar and Akbar neither gained nor lost in their games.200) = 9K .50) and at the end he received 3(3K .650) = 27K . Amar had 4M .50) and at the end he received 3(9K . Hence the answer is c).300 = Rs.5. In the third round he invested (9K 600 .50) = 3K .600 = 9 ℜ× 75 . 2.300 = 4x 100 . Therefore after paying for the 3rd round the amount with Amar was 100 .1950. 50. c Note that in the end both Amar and Akbar had the same amount with which they had started the gambling.50 = Rs. Akbar had 9K . In the first round he invested (K . c At the beginning of the 3rd round the amount with Akbar was the same as that was with him at the end of the second round. 75/-.

100 with him. a) 100 b) 150 c) 50 d) 75 3. 1.Data for Questions 1 to 5: Amar and Akbar went to a gambling club. Which of the following is correct? . Akbar started with Rs. They had to pay before each round started. At the end of the fourth round Amar had Rs. a) 100 b) 150 c) 55 d) 75 2. Amar played four rounds on Dodoo and in every round the money which he had at the beginning of the round got doubled. 50. Akbar played three rounds on Torry and in every round the amount which he had at the beginning of the round got tripled. 75 at the end of the 3rd round. Akbar had Rs. Each round on Dodoo and Totry costs Rs. Amar started with Rs. Amar played on machine Dodoo and Akbar played on machine Tory.

150 4. b) Finally Amar and Akbar both were in loss. After paying for the 3rd round what was the amount with Amar? a) Rs. c) Amar and Akbar neither gained nor lost in their games. At the beginning of the 3rd round the amount with Akbar was: a) Finally Amar and Akbar both were in profit. 25 b) Rs. 50 c) Rs. 75 d) Rs. 50 c) Rs.a) Rs. 75 d) Rs. Answer . d) Only one of them was in profit. 100 5. 25 b) Rs.

3.Let Akbar started with Rs.1950.50) and at the end he received 3(3K .150 . (27K . Since at the end of the fourth round Akbar had Rs. Note that in every round the money which he had at the beginning of the round got tripled. 75 with him.200) = 9K .650) = 27K .600.50) and at the end he received 3(9K . a Amar started with Rs. In the second round he invested (3K . In the third round he invested (9K .600 . 50. K.150. Akbar played on machine Torry and each round on it costs Rs. d Akbar started with Rs. Therefore K = 75. 75/-. 2.50) and at the end he received 3(K. Thus Amar and Akbar neither gained nor lost . 1.50) = 3K .1950) = 75. In the first round he invested (K . c Note that in the end both Amar and Akbar had the same amount with which they had started the gambling. 100/-.

Hence the answer is c). 5. 100.in their games. Therefore after paying for the 3rd round the amount with Amar was 100 . At the end of the second. Akbar had 9K .300 = Rs.600 = Rs. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>. c At the beginning of the 3rd round the amount with Akbar was the same as that was with him at the end of the second round.50 = Rs. . 50. 4. 75.300 = 4x 100 . Amar had 4M . b At the end of the second round.600 = 9 Â´75 .

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