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1.

The following diagram gives the annual incomes of five members (A, B, C, D, E) of a
family in the year 2009. The incomes of A, B,C, D increases by 10%, 20%, 30%, and
20% respectively for the year 2010. If the average income of all the members of the
family in 2010 is atleast 20% more than that in 2009, which of the following can not be
the annual income of E for the year 2010?

1) Rs. 2,25,000

2) Rs. 2,00, 000

3) Rs. 1, 84, 000

4) None of these

2.

Point P moves along the diameter AB of a circle. C is a point such that AC is


perpendicular to AB and AC = AP. D is a point on the same side of C such that BD is
perpendicular to AB and BD = BP. If M is the mid point of C & D, which of the following
is true regarding the point M?
1) M always lies on the circumference of the circle
2) M always lies inside the circle
3) M always lies outside the circle
4) Nothing can be said about point M.

3.

In a company, 85% of the male employees are married where as 60% of female
employees are married. If the ratio of married male employees to unmarried female
employees is 2 : 1, approximately, what percentage of total employees of that company
are married?
1) 65
2) 72
3) 73
4) 76

4.

Two trains T1 & T2 are moving in opposite direction. A boy sitting in train T1 observes
that train T2 crossed him in 24 seconds. The ratio of speeds of T1 & T2 is 1 : 2 and their
lengths are in the ratio 2 : 3. Find in what time, he trains cross each other completely?
1) 40 sec
2) 48 sec
3) 60 sec
4) 80 sec

Questions 5- 7:
In a gold contest, a box is placed at the starting point. 20 gold coins are placed in a straight line
such that the first coin is 50m away from the starting point, and the other coins are placed 20m
apart. A participant starts from the starting point, picks up the nearest coin, runs back with it and
drops in the box, runs back to pick up the next coin, and back to drop it in the box. He do this for
10 minutes. The total number of coins in the box at the end of 10 minutes will be given to him.

5.

If a man wants to collect all the coins, what should be the total distance that he has to
run?
1) 9200m
2) 9600 m
3) 9800 m
4) None

6.

Ravi is a participant of the contest. Assume that he takes 1 sec to pick a coin and he
doesnt take any time to drop it in the box, and assume that he runs with an uniform
speed, if he wants to win all the coins, his speed should be atleast?
1) 50 kmph
2) 54.6 kmph
3) 59.6 kmph
4) 68.2 kmph

7.

Bhavna is a participant of this game. If she runs with an avg. speed of 36 kmph and she
takes 1 sec to pick up each coin, what is the maximum no. of coins that she can win?
1) 14
2) 15
3) 16
4) 17

Questions 8 and 9:
The following table gives the details of monthly income and expenditures of five
employees of a company.

Income
Expenditure

A
12000

D
18000

E
20000

8000

Savings = Income Expenditure


It is known that
The savings of A and C are same
The expenditure of E is four times to that of C
The income of C is exactly half to that of D
The income of B and the expenditure of D are same
E saves 20% of his income
The monthly income of all these five employees together is Rs. 74,000
Answer the following questions
8.

9.

Whose monthly savings are highest?


1) A
2) B

3) C

Who is saving maximum percentage of his income?


1) A
2) B
3) C

4) E

4) E

Directions for questions 10 and 11: Answer the questions on the basis of the information
given below.
Choose 1 if the question can be answered by one of the statements alone but not by the other.
Choose 2 if the question can be answered by using either statement alone.
Choose 3 if the question can be answered by using both the statements together, but cannot be
answered by using either statement alone.

Choose 4 if the question cannot be answered even by using both the statements together.
10.

Find the number of girls in class X?


I:
II:

11.

If Isha spends more amount on rent than Trisha, between Isha and Trisha, whose
income is more?
I:
II:

12.

The number of ways of selecting 3 girls is same as the number of ways of


selecting 15 girls
The number of ways of selecting 8 girls of this class is 816

Isha spends 20% of her income on rent where as Trisha spends 30% of her
income on rent
The amounts spent on rent by Isha & Trisha are in the ratio 3 : 2.

How many perfect cubes less than 10000 end with 3?


1) 1
2) 2
3) 3

4) More than 3

13.

What is the minimum value of the expression x2 + y2 7x + 5, if x + y = 2?


1)
2)
3)
4)

14.

A watch dealer manufactures some watches and sell each watch at Rs. 175. The
manufacturing cost includes some fixed cost which is constant irrespective of the
number of watches manufactured and variable cost which increases linearly with the
number of watches made. If he manufactures and sells 100 watches, he gets a total
profit of Rs. 3500. If he manufactures and sells 200 watches he gets a total profit of
Rs.8000. How many watches he has to manufacture and sell if he wants to get a total
profit of Rs. 35000?
1) 400
2) 600
3) 800
4) Cant say

15.

The circles x2 + y2 2x + 4y 7 = 0 and x2 + y2 + 4x + 6y 14 = 0


1) touch each other externally
2) touch each other internally
3) intersect each other
4) Neither touch nor intersect

16.

The interior angles of a polygon are in arithmetic progression with common difference
2o. If the highest angle is 148o, find the number of sides of that polygon?
1) 7
2) 8
3) 9
4) 10
Let a, b, c be three positive real numbers. What is the minimum value of ?
1) 2
2) 3
3) 4
4) 6

17.

18.

If 2a + t, b, 2c + t are in geometric progression and the equation ax2 + bx + c = 0 has


repeated roots. How many values t can take?
1) 0
2) 1
3) 2
4) 3

Questions 19 21:
The following table gives the population of top six cities of India. It is also given the male
to female ratio and the literacy percentage of males and females.
City

Population

Male to Female

Literacy % of

Literacy % of

Mumbai
Delhi
Kolkata
Chennai
Bangalore
Hyderabad

(in millions)
160
150
120
100
80
100

ratio
17 : 15
8:7
13 : 11
12 : 13
11 : 9
13 : 12

males
70
60
50
80
90
80

females
60
50
40
70
80
60

Answer the following questions:


19.

The number of literate males in Hyderabad city is what percentage more than the
number of literate females in Kolkata?
1) 81%

20.

3) 89%

4) 93%

What is the ratio of male literates of Bangalore to the female illiterates of


Mumbai?
1) 8 : 9

21.

2) 85%

2) 9 : 8

3) 3 : 2

4) 4 : 3

Which of the above mentioned city has highest number of literate males?
1) Mumbai

2) Delhi

3) Kolkata

4) Hyderabad

22.

Pooja is given Rs. 255 in one rupee denominations. She has been asked to allocate
them into a number of bags such that any amount required between Re.1 and Rs. 255
can be given by handing out a certain number of bags without opening them. What is
the minimum number of bags required?
1) 9
2) 8
3) 7
4) None of these

23.

How many two digit numbers are divisible by 3 or 5 but not by 9?


1) 32
2) 42
3) 43
4) None

24.

Find the number of distinct terms in the expansion of (1+ x + x2 )20 ?


1) 20
2) 21
3) 41
4) 231

25.

Consider two co - primes p & q. All of the following pairs of numbers are definitely co
primes except:
I: p + 2, q + 2
II: 2p, 2q
III: p2 , q2
1) II

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2) Both I and III

3) Both I and II

4) Both II and III

Consider three real numbers a, b, c. If a > b> c, how many of the following are always
true?
I: a2 > b2 > c2
II: < <
III: a + 2 > b + 2 > c + 2

IV: 2a > 2b > 2c

1) 0

3) 2

2) 1

4) More than 2

27.

Twenty seven persons attend a party. Which one of the following statements can never
be true?
1) There is a person in the party who is acquainted with all the twenty-six others.
2) Each person in the party has a different number of acquaintances.
3) There is a person in the party who has an odd number of acquaintances.
4) In the party, there is no set of three mutual acquaintances.

28.

Which of the following is a better option to invest?


1) Investing on 10% shares at Rs. 120
2) Investing on 12 % shares at Rs. 150
3) Investing on 15% share at Rs. 200
4) Investing on Rs. 20% share at Rs. 300

29.

A boy went to a market. He had some money. He spent 20% of that amount to buy
oranges, 62.5% of the remaining on apples and the rest on Mangoes. The ratio of
apples, oranges and mangoes that he purchased is 2 : 3 : 4. The average cost of a fruit
is Rs. 8. What is the average cost of an apple?
1) Rs. 9
2) Rs. 12
3) Rs. 16
4) Cant say

30.

ABCD is a square of side 2 cm. P,Q,R,S are the mid points of sides AB, BC, CD and DA
respectively. What is the area of the quadrilateral APQR? (in sq. Cm)?
1) 1
2) 2
3)
4) None