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Directions—(Q. 1-5) what

should come in the place of question

mark (?) in the following questions ?

1. ?(360 – 225 x 2 + 379) = ?

(A) 17 (B) 19

(C) ?279

(D) 289

(E) None of these

Answer.A

2. 9³ x 81² + 27³ = (3?)

(A) 3 (B) 4

(C) 5 (D) 6

(E) None of these

Answer.C

3. 572 ÷ 26 x 12 — 200 = (2?)

(A) 5 (B) 6

(C) 7 (D) 8

E) None of these

Answer.B

4. 9/2 – 17/6 = ? – 19/12

(A) 13/4 (B) 41/12

(C) 31/12 (D) 15/4

(E) None of these

Answer.A

5. 36% of 245 – 40% of 210 = 1()—?

(A) 4•2 (B) 6•S

(C) 4•9 (D) 5-6

(E) None of these

Answer.E

6. Rita invested 25% more than

Sunil. Sunil invested 30% less

than Abhinav who invested

Rs. 6,000. What is the respective

ratio between the amount that

Rita invested and the total

amount invested by all of them

together

(A) 35 ; 104 (B) 13 ; 29

(C) 101 136 (D) 35:103

(E) None of these

Answer.D

7. A man gets a simple interest of

Rs. 1,000 on a certain principal at

the rate of 5 p.c.p.a. in 4 years.

What compound interest will the

man get on twice the principal in

two years at the same rate ?

(A) Rs. 1,050

(B) Rs. 1,005

(C) Rs. 11,025

(D) Rs. 10,125

(E) None of these

Answer.E

8. The perimeter of a square is

equal to twice the perimeter of a

rectangle of length 8 cm and

breadth 7 cm. What is the

circumference of a semicircle

whose diameter is equal to the

side of the square ? (Rounded off

to the two decimal place)

(A) 3857 cm

(B) 2357 cm

(C) 42-46 cm

(D) 47•47cm

(E) None of these

Answer.A

9. Radha’s present age is three

years less than twice her age 12

years ago. Also the respective

ratio between Raj’s present age

and Radha’s present age is 4 : 9.

What will be Raj’s age after 5

years ? -

(A) 12 years

(B) Yyears

(C) 21 years

(D) Cannot be determined

(E) None of these

Answer.E

10. The respective ratio between the

speeds of a car, a train and a bus

is 5 : 9 : 4. The average speed of

the car, the bus and the train is 72

km/hr together. What is the

average speed of the car and the

train together ?

(A) 82 km/hr

(B) 75 km/hr

(C) 84km/hr

(D) Cannot be determined

(E) None of these

Answer.C

Directions•—(Q. 11—15) In the

following number series only one is

wrong. Find out the wrong number.

11. 32 34 37 46 62 87 123

(A) 34 (B) 37

(C) 62 (D) 87

(E) 46

Answer.A

12. 7 18 40 106 183 282 403

(A) 18 (B) 282

(C) 40 (D) 106

(E) 183

Answer.C

13. 850 843 829 808 788 745 703

(A) 843 (B) 829

(C) 808 (D) 788

(E) 745

Answer.D

14. 33 321 465 537 573 590 600

(A) 321 (B) 465

(C) 573 (D) 537

(E) 590

Answer.E

15. 37 47 52 67 87 112 142

(A) 47 (B) 52

(C) 67 (D) 87

(E) 112

Answer.A

Directions—(Q. 16-20) In the

following questions two equations

numbered I and II are given. You

have to solve both the equations and

give answer if-

(A) x > y

(B) x ?y

(C) x < y

(D) x ? y

(E) x = y or the relationship

cannot be established

16.1. X²-X-12 = 0

II. Y²+5Y+6 = 0

Answer.B

17.1. x²—8x+15 = O

11. y² -3y+2 = 0

Answer.A

18. 1. X²-32 = 112

II. y – ?169 = 0

Answer.E

19.1. x – ?l2l = O

H. y2 – 121 = 0

Answer.E

20.1. x² -16 = 0

11. y² – 9y + 20 = 0

Answer.D

Direcli0ns—(Q. 21-25) Study she following table carefully and answer

the questions that follow-

Monthly Expenditure (in thousands) by five people on Rent,

Food, Children’s Education, Clothes and Traveling

Expenditure

People Rent Food Childrénls Clothes Travelling

education

A 12.5 7.50 6.52 3.30 4.72

B 16.0 8.55 8.38 2.75 5.86

C 13.8 11.40 12.60 6.30 9.30

D 9.65 17.80 9.95 8.40 7.85

E 14.5 9.00 10.25 3.90 5.42

21. What is the total monthly

expenditure made by D on rent,

B on clothes and E on travelling

together ?

(A) Rs. 18,720

(B) Rs. 1,78,200

(C) Rs. 17,800

(D) Rs. 1,84,720 •

(E) None of these

Answer.E

22. What is the average monthly

expenditure on food by all the

people together ?

(A) Rs. 1,08,500

(B) Rs. 10,850

(C) Rs. 54,250

(D) Rs. 52,450

(E) None of these

Answer.B

23. Whose monthly expenditure on

all the heads together is the

lowest among them ?

(A) A (B) B V

(C) C (D) D

(E) E

Answer.A

24. It the monthly expenditure of C

on children’s education is

increased by 5%, then what will

be his yearly expenditure on

children’s education ?

(A) Rs.1,58,760

(B) Rs. 15,87,600

(C) Rs. 13,230

(D) Rs. 1,32,300

(E) None of these

Answer.A

25, What is the respective ratio

between the monthly expenditure

made by A on travelling and the

monthly expenditure made by D

on clothes ?

(A) 57: 105 (B) 105:59

(C) 37:103 (D) 59:105

(E) None of these

Answer.D

Directions~(Q. 26—30) Study the

following Pie-chart carefully to

answer these questions-

Percentage wise Distribution of

Players who Play Five Different

Sports

Total Players are 4200 out of which

Female Players are equal to 2000

Total Players = 4200

Percentage of Players who

play different sports

Rugby 13%

Football 17%

Cricket 35%

Hockey 10%

Lawn tennis 25%

Percentage of female Players

who play different sports

Female Players = 2000

Rugby 10%

Football 13%

Cricket 40%

Hockey 15%

Lawn tennis 22%

26. What is the average number of

players (both male and female)

who play football and rugby

together ?

(A) 620 (B) 357

(C) 230 (D) 630

(E) None of these

Answer.D

27. What is the difference between

the number of the female players

who play lawn tennis and the

number of male players who

play rugby ?

(A) 94 (B) B4

(C) 220 (D) 240

(E) None of these

Answer.A

28. What is the respective ratio of the

number of female players who

play cricket and number of male

players who play hockey ?

(A) 20:7 (B) 4:21

(C) 20:3 (D) 3:20

(E) None of these

Answer.C

29. What is the total number of male

players who play football, cricket

and lawn tennis together ?

(A) 1,724 (B) 1,734

(C) 1,824 (D) 1,964

(E) None of these

Answer.B

30. Number of male players who

play rugby is approximately

what percentage of the total

number of players who play

lawn tennis ?

(A) 33 (B) 39

(C) 26 (D) 21

(E) 43

Answer.A

Directions—(Q. 36-40) Study the

information carefully to answer the

questions that follow-

There are two companies A and

B. Both companies produce all the

four different products viz., Computers, Phones, Pen drives and

Compact Discs (CDs). Company A

produces a total of 800 products.

The respective ratio between the

total products produced by Company

A and Company B is 4 : 5. 20% of the

total products produced by Company

B are Pen drives and 40% of them are I

CDs. Two-fifth of the remaining pro- ‘

ducts produced by Company B are

Phones. The total number of computers produced by both the companies together is 340. 20% of the

total products produced by Company A are CDs. Company A produces equal number of Pen drives

and Phones.

36. What is the respective ratio

between the number of Pen

drives produced by Company A

and the number of Computers

produced by Company B ?

(A) 8 :9 (B) 9:7

(C) 7: 9 (D) 4: 9

(E) None of these

Answer.E

37. What is the total number of

Phones produced by both the

companies together

(A) 430 (B) 420

(C) 390 (D) 530

(E) None of these

Answer.A

38. Number of Phones produced by

Company A is what percentage

of the total number of products

produced by Company B ?

(A) 25 (B) 29

(C) 33 (D) 37

(E) None of these

Answer.E

39. What is the average of the number of Pen drives, CDs and Computers produced by Company B ?

(A) 840 (B) 280

(C) 270 (D) 860

(E) None of these

Answer.B

40. What is the difference between

the number of CDS produced

by Company B and the number

of Computers produced by

Company A ?

(A) 200 (B) 250

(C) 300 (D) 350

(E) None of these

Answer.C

41. The sum of three consecutive

odd numbers and three consecutive even numbers together is

231, Also, the smallest odd number is ll less than the smallest

even number. What is the sum

of the largest odd number and

the largest even number ?

(A) 82

(B) 83

(C) 74

(D) Cannot be determined

(E) None of these

Answer.E

42. Two-third of the first number is

equal to the cube of the second

number. If the second number is

equal to twelve per cent of 50.

What is the sum of the first and

the second numbers ? ‘

(A) 330 (B) 360

(C) 390 (D) 372

(E) None of these

Answer.A

43. Rajni purchased a mobile phone

and a refrigerator for Rs. 12,000

and Rs. 10,000 respectively. She

sold the refrigerator at a loss of

12 per cent and mobile phone at

a profit of 8 per cent. What is her

overall loss / profit ?

(A) Loss of Rs. 280

(B) Profit of Rs. 2,160

(C) Loss of Rs. 240

(D) Profit of Rs. 2,060

(E) None of these

Answer.C

44. The average age of seven boys

sitting in a row facing North is 26

years. If the average age of first

three boys is 19 years and the

_ average age of last three boys is

32 years. What is the age of the

boy who is sitting in middle of

the row

(A) 28 years (B) 29 years

(C) 24 years (D) 31 years

(E) None of these .

Answer.B

45. The perimeter of a square is

double the perimeter of a rectangle. The area of the rectangle is

240 sq cm. What is the area of the

square ?

(A) 100 sq cm

(B) 36 sq cm

(C) 81 sq cm

(D) Cannot be determined

(E) None of these

Answer.D

Directions-—(Q. 46-50) What

approximate value should come in

place of the question mark (?) in the

following questions 7 (You are not

expected to calculate the exact value.)

46. ? 8938 x (5•96)² =?

(A) 3050 (B) 3780

(C) 2340 (D) 3400

(E) 3950

Answer.D

47. 4734.96 – 3454.03 -1612.86 = ? – 1611.43

(A) 1280 (B) 2290

(C) 1020 (D) 18150

(E) 1040

Answer.A

48. 323/55 x 971/251 x 56/61

(A) 27 (B) 9

(C) 4 (D) 16

(E) 21

Answer.E

49. 133.008 x 2•97 x 111.87 + 74.13 = ?

(A) 311 (B) 234

(C) 357 (D) 290

(E) 399

Answer.C

50, 32~1 X 2799 + 549 + 120 = ?

(A) 220 (B) 284

(C) 375 (D) 505

(E) 190

Answer.B