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The following characteristics relate to the" persons participating in athletic events: 1. 2. 3. Height of the person Colour of the eye of the person Number of times a person correctly hits a target in ten attempts

Air equiangular triangles are similar Two isosceles right triangles are similar All isosceles triangles are similar

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to?

(a) 3/2 (b) 5 (c) 213 (d) 1/5 34. The locus of the mid points of all equal chords in a circle is : (a) the circumference, of the circle concentric with the given circle and having radius equal to the length of the chords (b) the Circumference of the circle concentric: with the given circle and having radius equal to the distance of the chordsfrom the centre (c) the circumference of' the circle concentric with the given circle and having radius equal to half of the radius of the given circle (d) the circumference of the circle concentric with the given circle and having radius equal to half of the distance of the chords from the centre 10
o

37. A man loses 20% of his money. After spending 25% of the remainder, he has Rs. 480 left. What is the amount of money he originally had ? (a) Rs.600 (b) (c) (d) Rs.720 Rs. SOO Rs.840

3S. Assuming that profit of a shopkeeper in a particular commodity is a linear expression of transportation charge (t) and the'quantity of commodity (q). He earns a profit of Rs. 10,000 by selling 20 units at the transport chargeof Rs, 400. He also eams a profit of Rs. 12,000 by selling 25 units at the transport charge of Rs. 600. What is the linear expression in t and q ? (a) (b) (c) (d) 600q - 5t 500q.,-- 4t 600q -4t 500q - 5t (Contd.)

31.

(15 + .J200)
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39. Ifx: y=7: 5,'then what is (5x-2y) : (3x +2y) equal to?' (a) (c) (d) 5/4 25/31 31/42

43.

X4 + xyl

+ xly +

XZl

+ t' + yzl is divisible

by: (a) (x + y) only (b) (c) (x' + y3 + z') only both (x

(b) 6/5

+ y)

and (x' + y3 + Zl)

(d) None of the above

40. The slim of two numbers is 232 and their HCF is 29. What is the number of such pairs of numbers satisfying the above condition? (a) (b) (c) One Two Four 1P

44.

'A' can do a piece of work in 'x' days and 'B' can do the same work in 3x days. To finish the work together they take 12 days. What is 'x' equal to ? (a) (b) (c) 8 10 12

(d) None of the above

(d) 16

41.

r

A person bought 8 quintal of rice for certain rupees. After a week, he sold 3 quintal of rice at 10% profit, 3 quintal of rice with neither profit nor loss and 2' quintal at 5% loss. In this transaction, what is the profit? (a) (b) (c) 10% 20% 25%

45. ABeD is a rectangle. Let E be a point on

AB and F a point on CD such that DE is parallel to BF. If AE = 3 em and if the area
of triangle BFC = 6 square cm. Consider the following statements:

I.

Area ofrectangleABCD distinct primes.

can be of the

form pq2 square em where p, q are

(d) None of the above

2.

Area of the figure EBFD an integer.

, 'Ii

IS

of the form

r2 square em where r is rational but not
42. What is the angle of elevation of the sun when the shadow of a pole is ~ length of the pole? (a) (b) (c) (d) times the Which (a) (b) (c) of the above statements is/are

correct ? 1 only
2 only

300 450
600 None of the above

Both 1 and2

Cd) Neither 1 nor 2

12
o

(Contd.)

39. ~

x : y = 7 : ,5, ill {Sx - 2y} :Ox + 2y)

43. X4+xy3+x3y+XZ3+'/'tyz3

~

~

~~~?
(a) ,5/4 '(b) '6/5 (c) (d) 25/31 31142

~_ ?
(a) ~ (x+y)
y3

(b), -m(x3+ (e) (d) ~

+ Z3)
;nft

(x + y) om (x3 +

t

+_Z3)

1341Cffi·ifit ~
ifiTJf
.

40. ~ ~
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~ ~-~

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44. ~?

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~~

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'x',~~~?
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(b) <IT (c) (d)
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(d)

41.

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45. ABCD"C!fP 3lTlKf! I l1R ~ '.
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42.

'TTI mm
(a) 30°

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(e) (d) 60°
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(b) ~2 (e)

it ffi ~
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(d)

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2

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46-. A cardboard sheet' in the form of a circular sector of radius 30 em and central angle 1440 is folded to make a cone. What is the radius of the cone? (a) (b) (c) 12 em

50. From the top of a cliff 200 m high, the angles of depression of die top and bottom of a tower are observed to be 300 and 45° respectively. What is the height of the tower? (a) (b) (c) (4) 400 m 400..)3 m 4001..)3 m None of the above

18 em
21 em

(d) None of the above 47. Two transversals Sand Tcuta set of'distinct parallel lines. S cuts the parallel lines in points A, B, C·andD and Tents the parallel lines in points E, F,G, "Hirespectively. If AB = 4, CD = 3 and EF = 12, then what is lengthofGH? (a) 4 (b) 6 (c) 8

51. If x3.';'-h; 5x2 + 10k leaves remainder -2x when divided by x2 + value ofk? (a) (c)

i, then

what is the

-2
1

(b) -1

Cd) 9
48. If the area of a circle is equal to the area of a square with side 2~ . ." + diameter of the circle? (a) (b) (c) (d) 49. If 1 unit

(d) 2

units, what is the

,52. If one .of the roots of quadratic equation 7x2 - 50x ofk? (a) (b) (c) (d)
7

+ k = 0 is 7, then

what is the value

:2 units
4 units 8 units

1 50/7

to.~

~

x+-=a,
x

1

7/50

then

what

is 53. If aX == b, by == c equalto

and xyz = 1, then what is cZ:

?

(a) (b) (c) (d)

a3 + a2

(a)

a

a' + a2 - 5a
a3 +a2-3a-2 a3 + a2-4a-2 14
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(b) b (c) (d) ab

alb
(Contd.)

46. -30 em ~

~,~ *~ m
t- ?
12 em 18 em 21 em (a) (b) (e)

am

1440

~

~

cf; ~
q?r ~

Cflliil1lJ

ttt ~

50. 200m ~

'~~~~\ifTQTtl

\rtr~~~

m 'tf\~lfAR*~~m9"CflT
300

~

~CR

eFt ~,~
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~

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(a) (b) 400m

3ltt
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450

I~

?

400.Jj m 400/fj
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(d) \3q1<ft1 47. ~
(

if ~ m ~

(e)

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=

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A, B, C~
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AB = 4, CD = 3
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51. '~-rxJ + 5x2 + 10k cF'rx2 + 2 ~'

'qT1f ~

1f\

~ I~

ffl -2x
(a) -2 (b) -1 (e)
1

~, "ciT k Cf\T lWT W ~?

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12 4

lIT,

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t- ?

(b) 6 (e) 8

(d) 2

(d) 9 48. ~ q-,f (a)

*~
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2.Jn, ~
~

!fIT qrfr
Cf\T Olffi1'

52. ~

~ l:!:Cfl 7 1 5017

134'ICfI(OI

7x2

-

SOx + k = 0

51 Lf1<1 cf; ~

WI "ciT ~

if

1Ff 7 t-,'m, k

'it1T li'R

qm! ?

*~

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(a) (b) (e)

(b) ,2 ~ (~) 4 ~ (d).8 ~ 49.

(d) 7/50

'lift x'+..!.= a,
x

'ij1;1

x3 +x2 +_!__3+_!_2 x x

53. ~ (a)

all=b, bY=eaTR

xyz= I,

{fif

eZ

~

~~~?
(a) a3 + a2 (b) (e) a3 + a2 - 5a a3 + a2
-

~!?
a

(b) b (e) ab

3a - 2

(d) aJ + a2 - 4a - 2

(d) alb

15
0

(Contd.)

".

II

..

,i'

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I('

54. Let ABCD be a-parallelogram, Let m, n be positive integers such that n < m < 2n. Let AC = 2mn and BD = m2 - ti2. Let AB =~(m2 + n~)l2. Statement-I : AC'>'BD Statement-II: ABCD is a rhombus: Which one of- the fallowing Is COIT~ctin respect of the above statements? (a) Both statement-I and statement-Il are true and statement-Il is the correct explanation of statement-I

57. The area of a rectangle whose length is 5 more than twice its width is 75 square units. What is the .perimeter of the rectangle? (a) 40 units (b) 30 units (c) 24 units (d) 20 units

(b) Both statement-I and statement-II are truebutstaternent-Il is nO/the correct explanation of statement-I (c) (d) Statement-I is true,but statement-II is false Statement-II is true, but statement-I is false

58. Two numbers are inthe ratio 2 :"3. If 9 is added to each .number, they will be in the ratio 3 : 4. Wl1~t is the product of the two numbers ? (a) 360 (b) 480 (c) 486 (d) 512

55; A square,a circle and an equilateral triangle have same perimeter. Consider the following statements: l. 2. The area of square is greaterthan the area ofthe triangle. The area of circle is less than the area of triangle. 1 only Both 1 and 2

59. Consider the following statements in respect of an equilateral triangle ABC. 1. There is a point P inside the triangle ABC such that each of its sides subtends an angle of 1200 at P. 2. There is a point P inside the triangle
~L ...-..

Whichof the statements is/are correct? (a) (c) (b) 2 only (d) Neither 1 nor 2

ABC such that the triangle PBC is obtuse angled and A is theorthocenter of triangle PBC. Which of the above statements
C •• ~ ',,' ,'.,..,.., .. _.,

is/are

_c

56. The expressionsin'
(a) (b) (c)

x + cos' x-I

=0

is

correct? (a) 1 only (b) 2 only (c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2

satisfied by how manyvalues ofx ? Only one value ofx Two values of x Infinitevalues ofx

(d) No 'value of'x .16
o

(Contd.)

Il

'II

54. l1Ff ~
~ I lWf ~

fcf1 ABCD ~

B"lIr:t1<
~

W
V<fil\ ~

57. M3Jl!Rf<fiT, 5~
CfiT qf{"llq

~~. 75
~

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m2 -

m, it t:R ~

W, ~
~

em ~

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~ n < m < 2n I lWf ~'~
(ft1l

AC = 2 mn
llA :~

BD=

ri
I

21

fotl

?

AB ~-I

= (m? + n2)/2
:AC>BD

(a)

40~ 30~ 24~

(b) (c)

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if

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(a) ~
(b)
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58.

m- ~
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~~

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2 :.3

iF 31:1%1if ~ I ~ ~ -ffr ~ 3 : 4 iF ~

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(c) CfilFf-I ~ (d) ~ 55. ~
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W
I.

(a)

360

-II ~

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(b) 480 (c) 486

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:

(d)

512

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1. 2.,
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59. ~~ABc*~ifP1~~f@d~
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:

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1

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1.

~
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ABC ~ fct; ~

* affiTfu ~
-m- ~ I
~
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~

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P "tR 1200

(a) ~ (b) ~2 (c) (d) 56. x 1
";:f

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2.

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~-~~
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P~

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m

2~ 1 3ltt;;

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2

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~.

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x-I
~

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=0~
'l{fo)

mar ~

mr

~
?

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~1

if ~ ~

mft~;f

?

(a) ~ (b) ~2
(c)

(a) x CfiJ ~ (b) x'"~ (c) x

* mllR
lWf ~

m lWf

1

afR -ffr

2 1

(d) ~

(d) x CfiT ~

*~ 1ft

<IT1l

2

(Contd.)

.•

,I

I

II '1

60.

What is the value of

64~ Consider the following:

1·001x 1·001x 1·001 + 0·999 x 0'999 x 0·999 --------------------------? 1'001 x 1~OO 1·001 x 0'999 + 0'9,9,9x 0·999 1(a) 1

1.
2.

sin? 10 + <:'OS2 1·= 1
sec233° - cof 5;0

= cosec'

370 - tan' 530

(b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4
61. Ifp(x) is a common multiple of degree 6 of the polynomials g(x) f(x) = x3 + x2 .
-

Which of 'the above correct? (a) (c) (d) 65. 1 only Both 1 and 2 Neither 1 nor 2

statementsIs/are

(~) 2 only

x-

1 and

=

x3-

x + x'-l
2

then which one of the
-5

If'p=asinx + bcosxandq =acosx-bsinx, then what is p2 + q2 equal to ?

following is correct'?

(a)
(b)

a+ b
ab

(a) p(x) = (x'-c 1)2 (x+ 1)2(x2 + 1)

+ 1) (x2+1)2 (c) p(x) =(x _1)3 (x + 1) (x2 + J) (d) p(x) = (x - 1)2 (X4 + 1)
(b) p(x) = (x - 1) ex 62. If the roots of the equation x2 - 2ax +;a2 -3

(c) a2 + b2' (d) a2 _b2
66; Statement-I: Letthe side DE of a triangle DEF.be divided at S so that

+a

= 0 are

real and less than 3, then which

DE

DS = ~ . If a line through

,,2

one of the following is correct?

(a) a < 2
(b) 2<a<3 "tc)
(d) 63. 3 <a<4 Statement-Il:

S' parallel to EF meets DF at T, then the area of triangle DEF is twice the .area of the triangle DST. The areas of the similar triangles are proportional to the squares on the corresponding sides.

a>.4

Two students A andB solve an equation of the form x2 +: px + q = O. A starts with a wrong value of p and obtains the roots as

Which one of the following is correct in respect of the above statements ? (a) Both statement-land statement-II are true and statement-II is the correct explanation of statement-I Both statement -land statement-II are true but statement-II is not the' correct explanation of statement-I Statement-I is true,but false Statement-Il false 18
0'

2 and 6~ B starts with a wrong value of q
and gets the roots as 2 arid- 9 . What are the correct roots of the equation ?' (a) (b) (c) (d) 3 and-4 ~3 and-4 -3 and 4 3 and 4 (d) (c) (b)

statement-II is

is true, but statement-I is

(Contd.-)

---;".

."

I;

I"

1..

ii

')'001 x l'OOt'x ),001'+ 0·999 x 0'999 x 0·999 60. 1·001x 1· 01 -.1,001 x 0·999 + 0'9 99 x 0·999 0
·CfiT JlA

64. friP'ffB)Rld·1f{ fcNR

~

:

I.
2.

sin- '10 + cos' 1 = I see' 330 - cof 5'r = cosec' 370 - tan2 530

ctm ~?

(a)

1

\34giffi ~

if ~-m~
1 I ~.2

~ ~A ?

(b) 2 (c) 3

(a) ~ (b) ~2 (c) ~ f(x) =
Xl

(d) 4

61.

'ltfit ~ WJUf p(x) mft~?
(a)

+ x2

-

x-I

3IR
-sr
lJ;Cf)

(d)

~

ill I altt. ~ tft

2

g(x) = x3 - x2 + x-I

m, m friJ:1 f<1R9a if..~ ~
A

em

6 l.ffii' CfiT ~

65. ~ p=asinx+bcosxO'm q=acosx-bsinx ill p2 + q2!~ if{16f\ ~ ?

m,

(a) a + b (b) ab (c) a2 + tY (d) a2 - b2 66. Cfl?:R-I
lWf (~ftf~fil' fcfl

p(x) = (X - 1)2 (x + 1)2 (X2 + 1)

(b) p(x) = ex -1) (x + I) (x2 + 1)2 (c) p(x) = (x _1)3 (x + 1) (Xl +' 1) (d) p(x) = (x - 1)2(X4 + 1) 62. tift
<"i4'lCfl{UI

~

DEF ~
V<f1R

x2 -·2ax + a2 + a -13= 0 if; ~ 3 ~ Cfllf

~

DE

eN
~
1

S .If\ ~

Cf 1«1 f4<fi

~

m\

m I)P=<1 R1RfIa

if "«

f1f~
DE:= S
'fiT

umn ~ fcfi
EF if; tJlffiR DF aar~DEF DST
I

DS

cFR-m~m~
(a) a<2 (b) 2<a<3 (c) 3<a<4
r :,,:

?

«~ ~
tfl ~ Lflf1
~
1f{ ~

.J2 I ~
~~

1:\9r,

em

TlR~'~, 1ft,~ 4lctCfiT
It,

<n ~ ~
<fiT ~

*'

Cd) a>4
63. x2

~-II

~
~

Wrn

fcmr4f, A afR B, ~ m~ P 'fiT ~ m:rcr I lWf AA ~ A <t?r 2 3Tr\ 6 1f'f mto I q ifiT ~ m:rcr llR AA "?r B ~::r 31tt - 9 ~ 2 m-ca m ~I -;nft (14)Cf1{OI if m ~ ~ ~?

~px + q=

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For the next nrO (02)questions tbat follow: The-areas of the ends of a frustum 'of a pyramid are P and Q where P < Q and H is its thickness. 71. What is the difference in radii of the ends of the frustum ? (a)

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14x2

69. The sides of a parallelogram

are 12 em

(b) (c) (d)

and 8 em long and one of the diagonals is 10 em long: If d is the length of other diagonal, then which one of the following is correct? (a) (c) d <,8 em IDem '< d < 12 cm (b) 8 em < d < lOcm (d) do> 12 em

73. What number should be added to 231228 to make it exactly divisible by 33 ? (a) (c)
1

(b) 2 3 (d) 4

70. The base of a triangular wall is 7 times its height. If the cost of painting the wall at Rs. 350 per 100 square meter is Rs. 1225, then what.is the base length? (a) (c) (d) 50m 75 m 100m 20 (b) 70m 74. Let AB be a line segment such that a point P on the locus satisfies AB2 - AP2 _ Bp2 = o. What is the locus? (a) (c) the straight line AB itself a straight line parallel to AB (b) the perpendicular bisector of AB (d) a circle

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=

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x = 1 and y= 1

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81. The HCF and LCM oftwo natural numbers are 12 and 72 respectively. What is the difference between the two numbers if one of the numbers is 24 ? (a) (b) (c) 12 18 21

77. If the 'volume of a cube is 729 cubic em, what is the length of its diagonal ? (a) (b) (c) 9.J2 em 9.J3 em 18cm

(d) 24 82. A person sold an article for Rs. 136 and got 15% loss. Had he sold it for Rs. x, he would have got a profit of 15%. \Vhich one of the following is correct? (a) (b) (c) (d) 190 < x < 200 180 < x < 190 170 <x < 180 160 <x <'170

(d)' 18.fi em 78. The altitude of an equilateral triangle is

.Jj em. What is its perimeter?
(a) (b) (c) (d) 3cm 3Jjcm 6cm

83. Consider the following statements: 1. The angular measure iniradian of a circular arc of fixed length subtending at its centre decreases if the radius of the arc increases. 2. (a) (c) 180011 is equal to 51tradian. 1 only Both 1 and 2 Which of the statements is/are correct ? (b) 2 only (d) Neither 1 nor 2

6..ficm

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(d)

2a2 4a
2

(b) 3a2 5a2

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88. The ratio of two complementary angles is 1 ; 5. What is the difference between the
two angles? (a) (c) (d) 60° 1200 can not be determined with the given data (b) 900

89. What is the logarithm of 0·0001 with respect to base 10? (a) 4 3 (b) (c)

85. The pair of numbers which are relatively prime to each other is : (a) (c) (68,85) (92,85) (b) (65,91) (d) (102, 153)

-4

(d) -3 90. Consider the following statements :

1.

There is only one value of x in the first quadrant that satisfies sin x + cos x = 2. There is only one value of x in the first quadrant that satisfies sin x - cos x = O. 1 only Both 1 and 2

86. How many rational numbers between 1 and 1000 ? (a) (c) (d) 998 1000 Infinite (b) 999

are there

2.

Which of the above is/are correct? (a) (c) (b) 2 only (d) Neither 1 nor 2 91. If x lies in the first quadrant and cos x = 5/13, what is tan x - cot x equal to ? (a) -139/60 (b) (c) 139/60 119/60

87. The sum of. two numbers is2Q and their product is 75. What is the sum of their reciprocals? (a) (b) (c) 1115 1/5

4/15

(d) 7/15

(d) None of the above

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Consider the following statements :. ABC and ADE are similar triangles. The four points B, C, E and D may lie on a circle, 'is/are

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99. If A = {x : x is an even natural number}, B = {x : x is a natural number and multiple of5} and C = {x : x is a natural number and multiple of 10}, then what is An (B u C) equal to ? (a) (b)
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