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1.

(*)

 

9

2

8

5

 

13

,

3

,

11

,

7

 

9

40

 

2

180

8

45

5

72

=

13

40 ,

 

3

180 , 11

45 ,

7

72

360

 

360

360

360

 

=

520 ,

 

540 ,

495 , 504

 

In the above fractions, numerators are equal, so the fraction with the greater denominator will have the least value of ratio and the fraction with the lowest value of denominator will have the highest value of ratio.

360

540 < 520

360

2

3 < 13

9

<

5

7

<

360

504 < 495

360

8

< 11

[The required ascending order of the given fractions] Ans.

2.

(D)

(28

5

2

5 –

5 –

5 –

5 –

5 –

10

(

3

3

3

3

3

3 )

1

2

(7

4

3 )

1

2

3)

2

2.5. 3

1

2

2

2

– (2 +

1

2

2

4

– (2 –

– 2 +

3

) 1

3

3

3

3 )

3

= 3 Ans

(

3)

2

2.2.

3

1

2

3. (B) Let x be a +ve integer. Now, for x = 1

and

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

 

x

x

=

1,

x

1

2

x

=

1

= 2

x

1

x

1

=

2

= 0.5

x

2

3

x

3

=

4

= 0.75

(B)

x x 1 has the greatest value. Ans.

4. (D)Let the total number of swans be x. The number of swans playing on the shore

5. (B)

7

of the pond =

Number of swans inside the pond = 2

x

2

x

=

7

2

x 2

2(x – 2) = 7

x

4(x 2 – 4x + 4) = 49x 4x 2 – 16x + 16 – 49x = 0 4x 2 – 65x + 16 = 0 On solving x = 16 Number of swans = 16 Ans.

7

84

342

(7

3 28

)

342

(343) 28

342

According to remainder theroem,

(343) 28

342

will have the same remainder

as

(1) 28

342

1 Ans.

6. Let x represents number of students & y represents the number of rows. Then,

(A)

x

No. of students in each row = y

Case : (I)

x

y

4

× (y – 2) = x

2y 2 – 4y = x Case : (II)

x

y

4

× (y + 4) = x

y 2 + 4y = x From eqn (i) & (ii) 2y 2 – 4y = y 2 + 4y

(i)

(ii)

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y(y – 8) = 0 y = 8 Total no. of students x = 2(8) 2 – 4 × 8 = 128 – 32 x = 96 Ans.

7. (C)Let the numbers be x and 4x.

Then, 84 × 21 4x 2 x 2 x

= x × 4x = 1764 = 441 = 21

Hence, the largest number is 4x = 84. Ans.

8. (A) Total one-digit number = 9, No. of digits =9 Total two-digit number = 90, No. of digits = 180

2700

Total three-digit number = 900, No. of digits = Let there are x-4 digits numbers.

According to question, 90 + 180 + 2700 + 4 × x = 3189

x =

3189 2889 = 75

4

Number of pages = 9 + 90 + 900 + 75 = 1074 Ans.

9.

(*)

S n =

n [2a + (n – 1)d]

2

10. (A)

S 40

= 20[2×4 + 39 × 4]

= 20 × 164 = 3280 Ans.

nth

8th term

term of a GP = ar n 1

= 5 × (2) 8 1

= 5 × (2) 7

= 5 × 128

= 640 Ans.

11. (A)

Total students who are studying at least

one subject

= 21 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 9 + 3 + 8

= 45

Students who are not studying any of the three subjects. = 80 – 45 = 35 Ans.

12. (C) Let the average of 12 innings be x.

Also,

12x

13 96 = x + 5

12x + 96 = 13x + 65 x = 31

His new average

=

12 31 96

13

= 468 13 = 36 Ans.

13. (A) No. of workers = x, No. of officers = y. Case : (I)

x + y = 400

(i)

Case : (II) 2000 × x + 10000 × y = 400 × 3000

x + 5y

x + 5y

400 3000

2000

=

= 600

(ii)

Substracting (ii) from (i)

(x + 5y) – (x + y)

y

= 200

= 50

No. of officers = y = 50 No. of workers = x = 400 – 50 = 350 Ans.

14. (A) Let their ages be x and y.

1

x

1

+ y

= 5

1 x

y 1

y + x

6x

x

y

xy

x

y

= 5(y x) = 4y

2

3

14.4

=

Now,

xy = 14.4(x + y) From Eqs. (i) and (ii),

=

1

(i)

(ii)

x = 24 yrs. and y = 36 yrs.

15. (D) By the rule of alligation,

Quantity of rice sold at 10% gain

12

= 12 3 × 50 = 40 kg

Quantity of rice sold at 5% loss

= 12

3

3

× 50 = 10 kg Ans.

1

16. (A) Quantity of nitric acid

= 10 × 10

Water

= 1 litre = 10 – 1 = 9 litre

Suppose x litre water is added in the solution.

Then,

4

(10 + x) × 100 = 1

x

= 15 litre Ans.

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17. (A) Let the average speed be x km/h.

On solving, we have x = 3.

800 Hence, speed of flow of river is 3 km/h.

Time taken by aircraft (t)

ATQ,

=

x

t

800

40

60

800

x x

40

32000

(

x x

40)

=

=

=

800

x 40

2

3

2

3

= 48000 x = 200 km/h Ans.

18. (C) Mohan can reach the middle in 12.5 min. Puran can reach the middle in 25 min. So, required time = 25 – 12.5

x(x + 40)

= 12.5 min Ans.

19. (D) Speed of X =

3 2 Y

Distance covered by Y before catching = D m

 

3 D

2

= D + 300

1

2

D

= 300

D

= 600 m

Total distance = 600 + 300 = 900 m Ans.

20. (C) Selling price of first shopkeeper

70

= 700 × 100

94

× 100

= ` 460.60

Selling price of second shopkeeper

= 700 ×

80

100

×

84

100 = ` 470.40

Required difference

= 470.40 – 460.60 = ` 9.80

21. (D) Let the original value of fridge be ` x.

Then, cost price

Selling price

15

= 16 x

110 x

= 100

110 x

15

 

x

100

16

x

Gain percent =

100

15

16

= 17.33% Ans.

22. (D) Let the rate of flow of river be x km/h. Then, downward speed = (10 + x) km/h.

ATQ,

91 91

(10

x + (10

)

x

)

= 20

23. (A) Let the rate of filling tank be x m 3 /min. Then, the rate of empting the tank

= (x + 10) m 3 /min

ATQ,

2400

x

2400

x

10

= 8

2400

10

10)

(

x x

=

8

= 3000 = 50 m 3 /min Ans.

24. (C) Let first pipe can fill the tank in x h. Second pipe can fill the tank in (x – 5) h

x(x + 10) x

Third pipe can fill the tank in (x – 9) h ATQ,

25. (B)

x

x

1

x

(

1

x 5

5)

1

x 9

+

x

x

=

5

= x – 9

x 2 – 5x = 2x 2 – 23x + 45 (x – 15)(x – 3) = 0 x = 15 h as x = 3 h is not possible. Ans.

 

2

Number of men

=

5

× 25 = 10

Number of women= 5 3 × 25 = 15

Amount distributed among men and women

= 275 × 80%

= ` 220

Let the wages paid to a man be ` 5x and to a woman be ` 4x, then

10 × 5x + 15 × 4x

= 220

50x + 60x = 220

x

= 2

Wages recieved by a woman

= 2 × 4 = ` 8 Ans.

10

26. (C) 10% of profit = 100 × 800 = ` 80

Remaining Rs. 720 is divided in the ratio = 1500 : 900 = 5 : 3

Share of Y = 8 3 × 720 + 80 = ` 350 Ans.

27. (A)According to question,

8

1

2

%

5%

of sum = 350

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sum =

350 × 100

3.5

= 30% + 35% – 27% = 38%

= ` 10000 Ans.

Percentage of passed students

= 100% – 38% = 62%

28. (D) Cash price, CP = ` 39000 Cash down payment, DP = ` 17000

Now, Let total number of students be x.

62% of x = 248

Balance due, after Ist instalment, BD = ` 22000

P

n

R

= value of instalment = ` 4800 = no. of instalments = 5 = rate of interest

x = 248 ×

100 = 400 Ans.

62

32. (C) Let the maximum marks be x. Then,

ATQ,

296 – 259

= 5% of x

29. (B)

1

1

1

nR

1200

5 R

1200

5 R

1200

BD =

1

(

R

n

1)

2400

22000 =

1

4 R

2400

11=

1

4 R

2400

12

nP

5 × 4800

55R

11 + 1200

24R

= 12 + 1200

55R

1200

24R

1200

= 1

31R

1200

R =

1200 = 38.71% Ans.

31

= 1

5

100

x = 37

x = 740 Ans.

33. (C) Let Ram's monthly income be ` x.

80

Total savings = x × 100

85

70

× 100 × 100

100 × 100 ×

80

85

1100

100

x

= 9520 ×

= ` 20000

34. (B) Total candidates = 2000 No. of boys = 900 No. of girls = 1100 No. of students who passed

=

32 900 +

100

38

= 288 + 418 = 706

No. of students who failed

= 2000 – 706 = 1294

Required percentage

100

70

Profit received by Anu = ` 110 + Rs. 350 = ` 460 & Profit received by Bimla = ` 420

5 5

30. (A)Required % = 5 + 5 + 100

31. (B)

= 10.25% Ans.

1294

= 2000

× 100 = 64.7% Ans.

35. (D) Only the option (d) gives the difference of votes between two candidates as 308. Ans.

36. (B) Let the cost price of colour printer and computer system be ` x and ` y respectively. According to question,

120

x × 100

85

x × 100

90

+ y × 100

=

x + y

0.2x = 0.1y

(i)

105

+ y × 100

=

x + y – 800

0.05y= 0.15x – 800 From Eqs. (i) and (ii), x = ` 16000 Ans.

37. (D) Let the cost price of book be ` x.

Then, (1.2x – 18) – 0.8x

= 0.25 × 0.08x

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0.4x – 18 = 0.20x

x

38. (A)Cost price of transistor

18

= 0.20

= ` 90 Ans.

= ` 320

Selling price of transistor = 320 × 1.15 = ` 368 Marked price of transistor = 368 + 32 = ` 400 Required percentage of profit

=

400 320

320

× 100 = 25% Ans.

39. (A) Let the cost price of 12 apples be ` 100. Then, selling price of 100 apples will be ` 800.

CP of 1 apple

=

100 = `

12

25

3

800 = ` 8

and SP of 1 apple = 100

Loss

=

25

3

8

= `

Loss percent

=

Loss × 100

CP

1

3

=

=

1

3

25

3

× 100

1

3

3 × 25

× 100 = 4% Ans

40. (A) Let the distance covered by the first train be x km/h. As both trains have travelled for same time.

 

x

x

120

50

=

60

60x

= 50x + 6000

x

= 600

Total distance = x + (x + 120)

= 1320 km Ans.

41. (D) Let the speed of train be x km/h. As both the persons are walking in the same direction of train. So, (x – 4.5) × 8.4 = (x – 5.4) × 8.5 0.1x = 8.1 x = 81 km/h Ans.

42. (A) Let Ashokan can finish the work in x days. Then, Nitin can finish the work in 3x days.

3x x

x

= 40 = 20 days

3x = 60 days

and

So, together they can finish the work in

20

20

60

60

days = 15 days Ans.

43. (D) Men : Women : Boys

= 15 : 24 : 36

8 : 12

=

5 :

Convert women and boys in terms of men

8 women= 5 men

12 women = 5 8 ×12 =

12 boys = 5 men

5

6 boys = 12 × 6 =

15 2 men

5 2 men

Total women and boys in terms of men

5

= 12

 

5

20

+

2

=

2

= 10 men

Let the number of men required = x

Then, (x + 10)

 

15

12

8

2.25

=

30

6

= 18

x + 10

= 18

x

= 8 men Ans.

44. (B) Let they make x pieces per day.

45. (C)

Then,

360

x

360

(

x x

360

x 4

4

4)

= 1

= 1

x(x + 4) = 1440 = 36 × 40

= 36

x Required number of days

= 360 36 = 10 days Ans.

LCM of (3 + 2), (7 + 3)

and

Let the capacity of each container be 30 l

(11 + 4) is 30.

Quantity of milk after mixing

=

3

5

7

10

11

15

× 30 = 61 l

Quantity of water after mixing

=

2

5

3

10

4

15

× 30

= 29 l Required ratio = 61 : 29 Ans.

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46. (D) As the sum of money that are to be divided among A, B and C and between E and F are not given. So, the amount that B receive cannot be determined. Ans.

47. (D) New ratio

160

150 : 5 × 100

= 3 × 100

: 7 ×

150

100

 

9

21

=

2

: 8

:

2

= 9 : 16 : 21 Ans.

3

3

48. (B)18 carat gold = 4

pure gold = 4

× 24 = 18

5

5

20 carat gold = 6

pur gold = 6

× 24 = 20

Required ratio = 18 : 20 = 9 : 10 Ans.

49. (D) Let the income of two persons be ` 4x and

` 5x and their expenses be ` 7y and ` 9y respectively.

Then,

and

4x – 7y = 50 5x – 9y = 50

(i)

(ii)

On solving Eqs. (i) and (ii), we get x = 100 and y = 50 The income of persons are ` 400 and

` 500. Ans.

50. (C)

Hence, the next number of the series will be 27. Ans.

51. (B)

x

8

=

2

3

3

2

On applying componendo and dividendo:-

 

x

8

3

3

2

x

8

=

3

2

(i)

 
 

x

2

2

Again,

 

12

=

3

2

 

x

12

3

2

3

 

=

(ii)

 

x

12

2

3

From Eqs. (i) + Eqn (ii)

 

x

8

x

12

3

3

2

3

2

3

 

+

=

x

8

x

12

3

2

3

2

 

3

3

2

3

2

3

 

=

 

3

2

 

2(

3

2)

 
 

=

3

2

= 2 Ans.

52. (A)

a

a

6

a

= 3 + 2

2

1

1 3

2

2

 

=

+

3

a

2

2

3

2

2

 

=

3

9

2

8

2

= 3 – 2

2

1

= 6

 

a

a

4

2

a 1

 

=

a

3

a

1

a

3

a

1

a

3

=

=

a

a

3

1

a

3

1

a

3

+

a

3 a

1

a

1

a

+

a

1

a

6 3 – 3 × 6 + 6 = 216 – 18 + 6 = 204 Ans.

53. (A) x

= 997, y = 998, z = 999

Now,

x

2

2

y z

2

xy yz zx

=

1 {(
2

x y

)

2

(

y z

)

2

=

=

1

2

1

2 (1 + 1 + 4) = 3 Ans.

{(–1) 2 + (–1) 2 + (2) 2 }

54.

(D)

5 a

1

=

3 a

5

(

z x

)

2

}

3

Multiplying both sides by 5

55.

3

a

1

5 a

= 3

Squaring both sides

(C)

9

a 2

9

2

a

2

x

1

x

2

1

25

a

1

25

a

2

2

2

3 a

= 9 –

+ 2 = 3

2

x

1

x

2

= 1

6

5

x 4 + 1 = x 2 x 4 x 2 + 1 = 0

1

5 a

=

= 9

39 Ans.

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Now,

x 206 + x 200 + x 90 + x 84 + x 18 + x 12 + x 6 + 1

=

x 200 (x 6 + 1) + x 84 (x 6 + 1) +

x 12 (x 6 + 1) + 1(x 6 + 1)

=

(x 6 + 1)(x 200 + x 84 + x 12 + 1)

=

(x 2 + 1) (x 4 x 2 + 1) (x 200 + x 84 + x 12 + 1)

0 Ans.

56. (A)

a 3 + b + c 3 – 3abc

=

=

1) 0 Ans. 56. (A) a 3 + b + c 3 – 3 abc =

1

= (3 2 + 5 2 + 1 2 )

2

1

= × 35 = 17.5 Ans.

2

57. (A) If

2

x

y

2

tx

y

2

4

is a perfect square

It must be equal to

x

y

2

y

2

2

2

x

y

y

2

=

x

y

2

y

2

x

2

On comparing, we have

tx

=

x

t

= 1 Ans.

58. 8x 3 ax 2 + 54x + b

(D)

(2x – 3) 3

= 8x 3 – 3 × 2x × 3(2x – 3) – 27 = 8x 3 – 36x 2 + 54x – 27

On comparing with the given expression a = 36, b = – 27 Ans.

59. (B)

a

= 3b – 7

(i)

 

a – 3b

= – 7

a + 3

= 3(b + k) – 7

a + 3

= 3b – 3k – 7

a – 3b

= 3k – 10

–7

= 3k – 10

k

= 1 Ans.

60. y = |x| – 5 |x| – y – 5 = 0 Area of two traingles formed by |x| – y – 5 = 0

(C)

=

2

c

2

2ab

=

c 2

ab

(5) 2

= 1

1

= 25 Sq. unit Ans.

61.

(D)

In APY and BPX

X

= Y = 90º

A tangent is always perpendicular to the radius through the point of contact.

APY ~ BPX [By AA similarity]

AY

BX

5

2

=

=

AP

PB

AP

PB

P divides AB externally in the ratio of 7 : 2.

62.

(D)

DE || BC (given)

ADE and ABC are similar.

(

(

ar ADE

ar ABC

1

2

AD

AB

AD

BD

)

)

=

=

AD AB

AD

AB

2

=

1

2

1

= Ans.

2

1

63. (C) Length of the common tangent

=

d

2

(6 3)

2

or

8 =

d

2

(6 3)

2

d 2 = 64 + 81 = 145

d =

145 cm Ans.

64. (B)

Distance between their centres =

145 cm

Let the number of sides in polygon = n The sum of interior angles = (n – 2) × 180º

ATQ, 5 × 172º + (n – 5) × 160º= 180ºn – 360º

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60º + 360º= 180ºn – 160ºn 20ºn = 420º

n = 21 Ans.

65. (C) The sum of any two sides of a triangle is greater than the 3rd side.

2

+ 3 > 5, which is wrong.

2

+ 3 > 6, which is wrong.

(2, 3, 5) or (2, 3, 6) will not form a triangle. Triplets (3, 5, 6) & (2, 5, 6) are true for the sides of a triangle.

= 2 triangles Ans.

66. (C)

1

=

50

3

3 AO

AO = 150 m AD = 300 m

Speed =

300 = 50 m/min

2

5 m/s

2

=

= 9 km/h Ans.

68. (B)Let the shortest side be x m. The hypotenuse = (2x + 3)m Let third side = y m

x

+ y + 2x + 3 = 6x

y = (3x – 3) m Now, (x) 2 + (3x – 3) 2 = (2x + 3) 2 x 2 + 9x 2 + 9 – 18x = 4x 2 + 9 + 12x 6x 2 – 30x = 0 x = 5 m x 0 Three sides are 5 m, 12 m and 13 m.

as

In ADE, AE = AB AE = AD

69. (B)In AQC,

E

=

D =

(say)

A

= + = 2

Similarly, In BCF, BF = AB BF = BC

C

= F = (say)

B = 2

In OEF,

A + B

= 180º

2

+ 2

= 180º

+

= 90º

EOF = 90º ED CF Ans.

67. (B)

BC = AD Distance= BC

In AOB,

tan 30º=

50

3

AO

AQ 2 In PCB, BP 2 AQ 2 + BP 2

AQ 2 + BP 2

= AC 2 + CQ 2

= PC 2 + CB 2 = AC 2 + CQ 2 + PC 2 + CB 2

= (AC 2 + CB 2 ) + (CQ 2 + PC 2 )

= AB 2 + PQ 2

= AB 2 +

=

4AB

2

4

1

2

AB

AB

2

2

4(AQ 2 + BP 2 ) = 5AB 2 Ans. 70. (B) OABC is a rhombus with centre O. Let diagonal of the rhombus be

OB

= 2 x and AC = 2 y

Radius of the circle = OB = OA = OC = 2x

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Centres at:

MUKHERJEE NAGAR MUNIRKA UTTAM NAGAR DILSHAD GARDEN ROHINI BADARPUR BORDER

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In POC,

OC

(2x)

4x 2

2

2

3x 2

= OP 2 + PC 2 = x 2 + y 2 = x 2 + y 2

= y 2 x =

y

3

Also, area of rhombus

1

2

× (2x)(2y)

= 32

3

x

= 4

Radius of circle = 2 × 4 = 8 m Ans.

71. (C)

a sin + b cos = c On squaring, a 2 sin 2 + b 2 cos 2 + 2ab sin cos (i)

Let a cos – b sin = k

= c 2

a 2 cos 2 +b 2 sin 2 – 2ab sin cos = k 2 (ii)

From equation (i) & (ii),

a 2 (sin 2 + cos 2 )+b 2 (sin 2 + cos 2 )=c 2 +k 2

k 2

= a 2 + b 2 c 2

k

=

a

2

b

2

c

2

72. (D) sec =

4

x 2

4 x

1

b = 4x, h = 4x 2 + 1

Ans.

Then,

P

=

=

(4x

2

2

1) (4x)

2

16x

4

2

8x 1 16x

2

=

= 4x 2 – 1

16

x

4

sec + tan

=

=

=

8

x

2

1

4

4

x 2

4

x

1

+

x

2

1

4

4 x

4

x 2

4