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1. If x > 0, y > 0 and z > 0 and xy

2

z

3

= k (a

constant),

(x + y + z) is minimum when x : y : z = 1 : 2 : 3

Let x, y, z be a, 2a, 3a respectively.

xy

2

z

3

= 108a

6

= 864 a

6

= 8

a = 2 x + y + z = 2 + 2 2 + 3 2

= 6 2 . Choice (1)

2. Time taken by P to fill

ths

4

3

of the tank

= 12 x

4

3

9 minutes

Time taken by Q to empty upto 1/4

th

of the

tank from 3/4

ths

of the tank = 1/2 x 20 = 10

minutes

Time taken for P again to fill upto 3/4

ths

of the

tank from 1/4

th

of the tank = 6 minutes.

This cycle (10 + 6) is respected twice more.

The time taken is 9 + (10 + 6) +(10 + 6) +

(10 + 6) or 57 minutes.

In the remaining three minutes Q will empty

3/20 of the tank.

The level of water after 1 hour is

5

3

20

12

20

3 15

20

3

4

3

= =

=

The water in the tank is

th

5

3

of the tank.

Choice (3)

Solutions for questions 3 and 4:

3. To descend, Jack takes 36 steps. Let the

escalator move down by n steps. Till runs 3

times as fast as Jack, but takes half the time to

ascend. Therefore, she climbs up (36) (3) / 2 or

54 steps while the exalator comes down by n/2

steps.

36 + n = 54

2

n

12.

And there are 36 + 12 or 54 6 or 48 steps of

the escalator, exposed to view at any given

time. The times that Jack and Jill take are in

the ratio 2 : 1. Therefore, their effective sppeds

are in the ratio 1 : 2 and the distances (or

number of steps) that they cover by the time

they meet are also in the ratio 1 : 2, i.e. Jack

effectively covers 16, while Jill effectively

covers 32. Actually Jack covers 12, the

escalator 4, and Jill covers 36. Choice (1)

4. Jacks normal speed is 3 times the speed of the

escalator. By the time Jack descends, the

escalator covers

4

1

the total distance.

If Jack doubles his sped, i.e. moves at 6 times

the speed of the escalator the escalator covers

only

7

1

of the total distance.

We assume the distance to be 4 (7) units.

Normally, the escalator would cover 7 units.

When Jack doubles his speed, the escalator

would cover 4 units, then saving

7

3

of the

time.

Choice (2)

Solutions for question 5 and 6:

A B C 6

5 D

----------------------------

E A B F G ..... (1)

F A G G H ..... (2)

-------------------------------------

F J D C F 8 ..... (3)

A B C D E F G H I

3 8 0

4 9 7 1 2 6

We see that G = 8 (and hence D = 3) and H =

0. There conclusions have been tabulated

above.

From (2), the units digit of 5C + 3 = G = 8 (

C is odd)

From (1), the units digit of 3B + (the carry

over from 3 C i.e., 0, 1 or 2) = B and the units

digit of 3A + (the carry over from 3B etc.) = A

We consider the following 3 possibilities.

(A) Units digit of 3B = B (B = 0, which is not

possible as H = 0) B = 5

(B) Units digit of 3B + 1 = B (No solutions)

(C) Units digit of 3B + 2 = B (B = 4 or 9)

If B = 5, 3B = 15 and 3A + 1 = EA, which is

not possible (Refer to B above)

If B = 4, 3B = 12 and the carry over of 2 from

3C implies C = 7 or 9, but 3A + 1 should be

EA, which is not possible (Refer to B above)

If B = 9, 3B = 27 and the carry over of 2 from

3C implies C = 7 and A has to be 4.

The multiplication is :

4 9 7 6

5 3

------------------------------------

1 4 9 2 8

2 4 8 8 0

------------------------------------

2 6 3 7 2 8

-----------------------------------

5. A = 4 Choice (1)

6. J = 6 Choice (2)

Solutions for questions 7 to 9:

7. The first three digits can be filled in 2 ways

either 535 or 553.

Since the number is even, the last digit has to

be 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8.

When the last digit5 is 8, the 4

th

, 5

th

, and 6

th

digits can be filled in 9, 9 and 9 ways

respectively.

the number of ways of forming a number

ending with 8 = 2 3 9 9 4 = 1944

the minimum number of telephone numbers

he must try to be certain

= 1458 + 1944 = 3402 Choice (1)

8. The given numbers are A = (18)

15

, B = (29)

12

,

C = (9)

20

Considering A and C: A = 18

15

= 2

15

x 9

15

and

C = 9

20

Comparing 2

15

x 9

5

, 2

15

= (2

3

)

5

= 8

5

and

this is < 9

5

and 9

20

> 9

15

x 8

5

= 18

15

(1)

As 29 is close to 32, which is 2

5

, let us

consider 32

12

. 32

12

> 29

12

(2

5

)

12

> 29

12

2

60

> 29

12

, (2

3

)

20

> 29

12

8

20

> 29

12

8

5

x 8

15

> 29

12

8

5

x 9

15

> 29

12

18

15

>

29

12

(2)

From (1) and (2), (9)

20

> (18)

15

> (29)

12

Choice (4)

9. When P is divided by D, the remainder is 13.

be156, but it is given as 2.

D must be equal to 156 2 = 154 or it must

be a factor of 154 greater than 13.

154 has a total of 8 factors (154 = 2

1

x 7

1

x 11

1

and

number of factors = (1 + 1) (1 + 1) (1 + 1) = 8) but

the factors less than 13 should not be considered

because one of the remainders is 13. 1, 2, 7 and

11 are excluded leaving four factors.

Choice (2)

Solutions for questions 10 to 21:

10. We consider below same way of forming the

cuboids. We have the minimum surface area

when all the dimensions of the cuboid are same.

b l h s

(1) 3 3 3 54

(2) 1 3 9 78

(3) 1 1 27 116

Hence, minimum surface is 2 (3 x 3 + 3 x 3 +

3 x 3) = 54 cm. Choice (1)

11. We can have squares of all sizes from side of 1

unit to side of 16 units.

Number of squares of size 1 x 1 = 16 = 256

because on one side of the chessboard there

are 16 squares of size 1 x 1.

Similarly there are 15 squares of 2 x 2 size on

one side and hence number of 2 x 2 squares =

15 = 225. Continuing on these lines, we have

the answer, as

16 + 15 + ....... + 1 =

6

) 1 n 2 )( 1 n )( n ( + +

where n = 16

=

6

33 17 16

= 8 x 17 x 11 = 1496

Choice (4)

12. a

2

+ b

2

+ c

2

ab bc ca = 0

2a

2

+ 2b

2

+ 2c

2

2ab 2bc 2ca = 0

(a b)

2

+ (b c)

2

+ (c a)

2

= 0

a = b, b = c, c = a

a = b = c.

Hence the triangle is equilateral.

Choice (4)

13. x

2

+ x 6 = 0

case 1: if x < 0

x

2

x 6 = 0

(x 3) (x + 2) = 0

x = 3, 2, but x < 0

x = 2

Case 2: if x 0

x

2

+ x 6 = 0 (x + 3) (x 2) = 0

x = 3, 2, but x > 0

x = 2

Total number of solutions for x is 2 (i.e., 2,

2) Choice (3)

14. The perfect squares below 100 are 1, 4, 9, 16,

25, 36, 49, 64, 81.

From the answer choices;

choice (1) can be obtained as 49 + 16 or 1 + 64

choice (3) can be obtained as 36 + 49 or 4 + 81

choice (4) can be obtained as 1 + 49 or 25 + 25

Choice (2) can be obtained as 49 + 9 and

the sum of any other perfect squares will not

give 58. Choice (2)

15. The graphs when plotted look as shown

Hence they do not interest beyond x = 0.

Choice (1)

16.

Let ABCD be the kite.

y

x

y =

x

2

y =

e

x

0

B

X

0

Y

0

(90 y)

0

(90 y)

0

Y

0

X

0

(90 x)

0

(90 x)

0

C

D

A

We join AC and BD. Let ABD = ADB =

x

o

and DBC = BDC = y

o

( BAC = 90 x

o

and BAC = 90

o

y

o

)

Given that BAC = BDC 90 x = y

(x + y) = 90

To find BAC + BCA = (90 x)

o

+

(90 y)

o

= 180 (x + y) = 90 Choice (2)

17. The roots of x 10x + 16 = 0 are x = 2, 8

Hence, roots of required equation = 1/4, 1/64

required equation is x

256

1

x

256

68

+ = 0

or 256x 68x + 1 = 0. Choice (3)

18. Let the cost of 100 gm be Rs.100

Jack has to give 110 gm worth of the quantity and

make 10% profit, He should sell at the 110 gm

at Rs.121

But this is after 10% discount on marked price

M.P. = 44 . 134

9 . 0

1

121 =

He has to mark up the price by 34.44%

over his cost price. Choice (4)

19. Given that x =

4

x

4 , a positive integer x, is to

be obtained by raising 4 to a power which is

the 4

th

root of x; x has to be the 4

th

power

of some positive integer.

Further x =

=

4

x 2

4

x

2 4

x is a power of two alone

Hence we search 4

th

consider 2

4

, 2

8

, 2

4

= 16

and (2

8

) = 216, but 2

12

= 4096 which is greater

than 4000.

Consider 2

4

= 16 and

4

2

) 2 ( = 216 and (2

3

)

4

= 4096. From the values listed, both 2

4

and 2

8

satisfy the equation. Hence there are two such

values. Choice (3)

Solutions for questions 20 and 21:

20.

Leaving and the circles, the figure appears as

shown above. QR (and hence AC) = 12, AB =

13

BC = 5 and BR = 8.

PQA ~ PRB and the ratio of

corresponding parts in 3 : 8.

i.e. PA : PB = 3 : 8 PA : AB : PB = 3 : 5 : 8

If AB (5 parts) in 13, each part is 2.6 and PB

(8 parts) is 20.8

PE = PB EB = 20.8 12 = 12.8

Choice (3)

21. Area of triangles PAR and PBQ are to be

compared.

= =

BR

AQ

.

PQ

PR

BR X PQ .

2

1

AQ x PR .

2

1

PBQ

PAR

= 1

8

3

x

3

8

=

The two triangles are equal.

Choice (1)

Solutions for questions 22 to 25:

22. If E 0, then E = 9 A = 18 or 81

i.e., Y can take the values 20, 31, 42, 53, 64,

75, 86, 97 or 90. Choice (4)

23. F is always zero irrespective of Y.

Choice (1)

24. Only for Y = 90 is it possible that A + Diff (A)

= 144 (i.e. A + B = 144)

C = 27 Choice (3)

25. Only if Diff (Y) = A = 0, is the condition

satisfied. In this case Y = any of 11, 22, 33,

44, 55, 66, 77, 88 or 99.

If Y = 22, Y + A + B + C + D + E + F = 22

Choice (1)

Solutions for questions 26 to 29:

26. Amount of investment of Singapore in spices

= 1/2 x 5% of T(where T is the total

investment)

Total amount of investment of Singapore

= 42% x

) 1 2 2 (

2

+ +

x T

3/7 x 2/5 T

required percentage

=

T 5 2 2 1

T 10 5 2 1

x 100 15%

Choice (2)

27. Since the product wise split up of investment

in each state is not mentioned we cannot

answer the question.

Choice (4)

28. By observation, amount invested by UK and

South Africa is minimum and the number of

approvals of UK is more than that of South

Africa.

UK has minimum amount of investment per

collaboration. Choice (2)

29. The required percentage will be

R

Q

A

P

B

12

3

12

13

C

3

5

% 21

11

3 . 2

% 11

% 23 of % 40

= Choice (2)

Solution for question 30:

30. For the question, Are you the truth teller? both

Amar and Anand will answer yes.

it is impossible to find out who is who

For the second question, Amar who is the truth

teller will answer yes. While Anand, who

lies will answer No, because he would have

answered yes to the question Are you the

truth teller. Choice (2)

Solutions for questions 31 to 34:

31. IIM-A, IIMB, IIMC, IIM-L, XLRI, MDI,

SPJain and JBIMS have batch size greater than

100 and average work experience of more than

0.6 years (8). MDI, IIM-A and XIM satisfy the

second condition.

The ratio is 8 : 3

Choice (1)

32. After calculating the total salary we find that

IIM-C has the highest and MICA is the lowest.

IIM-C Cumulative Salary = 260 x 8.8 = 2288

lakh

MICA Cumulative Salary = 50 x 4.6 = 230

lakh

difference = 2058

Choice (2)

33. The college with the highest total salary will

be the one that makes the highest contribution

i.e., IIM-C. Choice (4)

34. IIM-A, IIMB, IIM-C, IIM-L and IIM-K satisfy

the given criteria. Among other B-schools

XLRI, MDI, JBIMS, IIFT, XIM satisfy the

given criteria.

Ratio = 1 : 1 Choice (2)

Solutions for questions 35 to 38:

35. To find the average speed one needs to know

the total distance and the total time taken to

cover it. Distance is given in the question itself

whereas the total time to travel is given in the

II

nd

statement. I is not enough as it does not

tell us the time taken for the race.

Choice (1)

36. Using statement I alone

Area =

2

1

AD x BC

BC can be found. Now, given BC, AB and

Area we can find any between BC and AB

from Area =

2

1

BC x AB sin. ( < 90)

after all three sides are found the altitude on

the longest side will be the shortest and it can

be found.

I alone is sufficient.

From statement II, the altitude drawn on the

longest side is the shortest.

Since BC >

+AC

2

AB

and BC >

+ AB

2

AC

,

BC is the longest side and hence AD is the shortest.

So II, alone is sufficient. Choice (2)

37. Wherever the units digit of a perfect square is

6, thus the tens place must be odd.

From statement II alone, we can say that the

number is not a perfect square.

Choice (1)

38. From statement I alone, the number of Fridays

in that year are exactly 52.

Hence, I alone is sufficient.

From statement II alone, we cannot determine

the number of Fridays in the year because, if

the year is a non-leap year there will be 52

Fridays, if the year is a leap year there will be

53 Fridays. Choice (1)

Solutions for questions 39 to 42:

39. On calculating the average probability in

favour of, Australia, England, India and Sri

Lanka are bet-worthy from Ravi Shastris

view while Pakistan is so only in Chappels

view and West Indies is not according to either

view. Choice (3)

40. According to Ravi Shastri, except against

Australia, India has more than 0.5 as

probabilities of winning against all countries.

Choice (1)

41. A team can be expected to win against those

matches in which its probability of winning is

more than half.

The following table shows the points

according to Ian Chappel among England,

Pakistan and Australia.

Ian Chappel

Eng Aus Aus = 2, Eng = 0

Eng Pak Eng = 1, Pak = 1

Pak Aus Pak = 2, Aus = 0

Aus = 2, Eng = 1 and Pak = 3

According to chappel Pakistan can win 3

points.

Choice (2)

42. Now the 2

nd

table by Chappel gives

probabilities in favour of where India can win

only against Australia. Choice (4)

Solutions for questions 43 to 46:

43. What has the Kashmir conflict done to relation

between India and Pakistan? It has poisoned

(harmed) the relation not contaminated

(infected) or destroyed (ruined) or depraved

(corrupted). Choice (3)

44. The communal tensions in India have been

continual (frequently occurring), not nagging

(persistent and painful), vehement (intense) or

frenzied (wild behaviour). Although

communal tensions are vehement and frenzied,

we are not talking about intensity here.

Choice (2)

45. A touchstone is a standard (it refers to the stone

on which the purity of gold is tested).

Ahmedabad, which is a communal hotbed,

reflects how effective something is in building

good relation between India and Pakistan. We

are not looking for any principle, basis or

justification. Choice (1)

46. Cross border terrorism may not end in the

foreseeable (predictable) future. We are not

talking about a future that is remote (far off)

bleak (dreary) or uncertain.

Choice (4)

Solutions for questions 47 to 50:

47. B follows the given sentence 1 it in B

refers to the Bonds Bank in 1 and B tells us

more about the bank. Our answer is choice 1

or 2. D follows C the Bond Library, the

Bond hospital in D are the worthwhile charity

mentioned in C. Choice (1)

48. A follows the given sentence 1 this in A

refers to dire poverty and extreme wealth co-

exist in 1. B follows D the Report in B refers

to the Human Development Report in D. C

precedes 6 necessity in 6 refers to water,

sanitation, health care and basic education in C.

Choice (3)

49. Centuries of foreign rule.. in 1 is followed

by under the rule of Aurangazeb . In A

(from general we come to more specific). So

our answer is choice 1 or 3. B must precede D

and C Guru Gobind Rai is mentioned in B

where as in D and C we have reference to he

and the guru. Choice (1)

50. B must follow 1 the great traveller from

China in 1 is followed by His name

was. in B. Our answer is choice 3 or 4. We

must now decide whether it is A D or D A (the

only difference between 3 and 4). Hiuen Tsang

came to India and it is only after he journeyed

all over India that he spent many years in

India, learning and teaching. Hence A D is

more logical. Choice (3)

Solutions for questions 51 to 53:

51. We have the preposition to following the

first blank. Hence it is access to (we dont

say craze to or liking to; penchant is

followed by for). Choice (1)

52. What Kind of lifestyles? A sedentary lifestyle.

We dont say an immaculate lifestyle or

impeccable lifestyle. An ostentations lifestyle is

possible but it doesnt go with regimented

food habits. Choice (4)

53. A person with a rational approach will fight

adversities. Only choice 2 is logical. The others

are not so. Choice (2)

Solutions for questions 54 and 55:

54. The main points covered are the following:

1. Gutembergs invention started mass

publishing.

2. This increased literacy and personal

correspondence.

3. The internet has moved from personal

correspondence to mass communication.

4. The web page is popular and browing the

web is an enyojobh experience.

Choice 1 is wrong because it does not mention

personal correspondence.

Choice 2 is wrong because e-mail is not

similar to printing (the latter is mass

communication).

Choice 3 is right.

Choice 4 is wrong because it says both moved

from personal to public domain. In the case of

the press it was the other way named.

Choice (3)

55. The main points covered in the para are the

following:

1. Mauritius was created by a volcano seven

million years ago.

2. It is densely populated.

3. Four centuries ago it was inhabited by

dodos.

4. The French came with African slaves and

the English with labour from India.

Choice 1 is wrong since it says As such .

Population thereby attributing high

population density to its origin.

Choice 2 is right.

Choice 3 is wrong as it says sugarcane grow

with igneous soil and stone heaps.

Choice 4 is wrong as it says its population has

replaced the dodo, not said so in the passage.

Choice (2)

Solutions for questions 56 to 58:

56. Sentence B must have either waiting for or

awaiting. Sentence C should read hooked

up (is used when somebody or something is

connected to something). Choice (3)

57. Sentence A must have the the steering

wheel. Sentence C must have plunged into

whenever movement is implied into is the

preferred preposition. Choice (4)

58. Sentence B must read holding itself up.

Sentence C must have a a black velvet

collar and sentence D must begin with It not

That. Choice (4)

Solutions for questions 59 and 60:

59. The word both does not qualify held and

hence cannot precede it. (rules out choice 1

and 3). Between 2 and 4 only 2 is right

because contact is between the two countries

not among. Choice (2)

60. Since the blank is connected by and to the

first part of the sentence it must have the same

structure. This looking back therefore

requires finding to maintain parallelism. In

choice 2 we have to the finding, in 3 to find

and in 4 it finding. Only choice 1 is

structurally right. Choice (1)

Solutions for questions 61 to 74:

61. A vice cannot be good. Hence it is an

oxymoron a phrase that combines two words

that seem to be the opposite of each other.

Choice (1)

62. The last paragraph negates choices 1 and 2. 3

is not found in the passage.

Choice (4)

63. Refer to para 2, line 4 (a particular pattern of

drinking) Choice (1)

64. Refer to para 3, lines 2 4 (they are almost

.. of science) Choice (2)

65. Refer to para 2, lines 6 7 (suffer fewer heart

attacks)

Choice (3)

66. Para 7, line 1 clearly mentions all the three.

Choice (4)

67. Para 8 indicates that only 'specialised

institution' and 'location' are linked.

Choice (2)

68. Refer to para 5, line 1. Choice (4)

69. The statement is from para 10, line 2 - 3.

Choice (2)

70. Para 2

Statement A ........ are bewildering (line 1).

Statement B ........ escape from the world of

realities (line 5).

Statement C ....... not have the skill to lead us

in the next millennium is not true as it is the

Doomsayers prediction.

Statement D ....... endless cravings and

perceived under-achievements (line 2).

Choice (3)

71. Para 6 supports statements A and B (....... they

want them fast .... (A) ...... tailored according

to their individual need ..... and again ..... cater

to their personalised demands).

Statement C - para 7 ..... hold onto for long,

something they can trust .......

Statement D - para 9 ..... need to respect the

local custom. Choice (4)

72. Statement A is not stated.

Statement B - para 8 ....... more and more

foreign business majors ...... foray into the

domestic markets.

Statement C - para 8 last line.

Statement D - para 9 last sentence.

Choice (1)

73. All the statements are implicit from para 5.

Choice (4)

74. Para 1 says the one constant is ...... the reality

of accelerating changes. Choice (2)

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