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1. (B) Let the two integers be a and b. 6. (B) Let the two numbers be 5x and 5y.

A.T.Q, Then,

a + b = 16 ........ (i) Their LCM, 5xy = 1105

1 1 1 xy = 221

and, = xy = 13 × 17

a b 3

A.T.Q,

a b 1 5x + 5y = 150

=

ab 3 x + y = 30

ab = 16 × 3 = 48 ........... (ii) Here, we get x = 13 and y = 17

We know that Now, the difference of the numbers

(a – b)2 = (a + b)2 – 4ab = 5y – 5x

On putting the respective values, we get = 5(17 – 13) = 20

s

(a – b)2 = 162 – 4 × 48

u

(a – b)2 = 256 – 192 1 Profit

7. (C) 25% =

(a – b)2 = 64 4 SP

2.

mp

(a – b) = 8

Hence, the difference of the integers is 8.

(D) For being completely divisible, the

We know that,

CP = SP – Profit = 4 – 1 = 3

Profit

a

numerator must have the factor of Now, profit percent = 100

denominator CP

and,

D C

Here, 65 k = 5 × 13 × k

122 = 2 × 61

There is no common factor

So, the minimum value of k = 122

8.

=

1

3

× 100 = 33

1

3

K

+ .......... upto 10 terms

3. (A) Here, (570 + 770) can be written as Here, first term (a) = 30

(52)35 + (72)35 i.e, (2535 + 4935) common difference (d) = 30

We know that, xn + yn is always com- and, number of terms (n) = 10

pletely divisible by x + y. When n is an

old number n

Then, sum = [2a + (n – 1)d]

So, 25 35 + 49 35 will be divisible by 2

25 + 49 (=74)

10

Required remainder = 0 = [2 × 30 + (10 – 1)× 30]

2

4. (B) A.T.Q,

2

= 5[60 + 270] = 1650

q 2 pq 2

r 2 qr

2

p 2 rp

x p p x q q x r r Total distance travelled = 1650 metres.

q . r . p

x x x 9. (D)

2 2 2

A

= x p –q 3 . x q –r 3 . x r – p3

3 3 3

53

= x p – q q –r r – p

3 3 3 3 3 3 28 D

= x°

= 1.

B 45 C

5. (C) We know that,

HCF of (am – 1) and (an – 1) = aHCF of m and n –1 Given triangle is right angle triangle

HCF of (515 – 1) and (535 – 1) = 5HCF of 15 and 35–1 with sides 28 cm, 45 cm and 53 cm.

= 55 – 1 Orthocentre of triangle ABC is B and

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circumcentre is the mid point of AC. 13. (D) A.T.Q,

So, Length of are AB = circumference of the

Distance between orthocentre and base of right circular cone

circumcentre is equal to the length of l=2× ×3

BD where BD is the median and l = 6

circumradius of the triangle.

and, radius of the sector = slant height

53 of cone

BD = 2 = 26.5 cm

r= 42 32

10. (C) Here, radius of the cone = half of the

r=5

radius of semicircle

We know that,

28 angle subtended at the centre

= = 14 cm

2

length of arc

and, slant height of the cone = radius of =

the circle radius

l = 28 cm

= 6

we know that,

h=

us

l2 – r 2 14. (C)

5

A+B A B

h=

mp 282 – 142

h = 14 3 cm

Time x

9

x+8 x+

9

2

a

height of the cone = 14 3 cm Now, x = 8

2

C

11. (A) x = 6

D

12 Time taken by A and B together to

D

C complete the work = 6 days

15

K

20 10 15. (B) E

A 8 B

D C

In a quadrilateral ABCD,

AB × DC + BC × AD = AC × BD

On putting the values, we get

A B

8 × 12 + 10 × 15 = 20 × BD

96 + 150 = 20 × BD Extenmd BC and AD to meet at E.

246 In ABE,

BD =

20 A = B = 60°

BD = 12.3 cm So, ABE is an equilateral.

Length of other diagonal = 12.3 cm In ABC and BED (Given)

12. (B) Side of the square tiles = HCF of 75 and

100 = 25 m ABC = BED (60°)

and, number of tiles and, AB = BE (side of equilateral triangle)

So, ABC BED

Area of rectangular hall

= and, BC = DE

Area of one square hall

We know that,

75 100 AB = AE (side of equilateral triangle)

= =12

25 25 AB = AD + DE

Minimum number of square tiles = 12 AB = AD + BC

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16. (C) In a triangle product of side and altitude So, Time taken by all the pipes to empty

remains same

10

Let the sides of the triangle be a, b and c. the cistern = = 5 hours

2

Then,

21. (C)

a×6=b×7=c×8 D 6 C

Here, we get

a : b : c = 28 : 24 : 21 8

Now, (a + b + c) = (28 + 24 + 21) units

30° 45°

73 units = 365 A M N B

1 unit = 5

Then, smallest side (c) = 5 × 21 = 105 In CNB,

cm

1

17. (A) We know that, the largest triangle that CN = CB sin45° = 8 × = 4 2 cm

2

can be inscribed in a semicircle is an

isosceles right angled triangle.

1

and, BN = CB cos 45° = 8 ×

s

2

1 diameter 2

So, area = ×

2

u

2

= 4 2 cm

p

2

1 2r Now, In AMD,

= ×

2 2 DM = 4 2 ( DM = CN)

18. (C) A

1000

am = r2 sq. units

B

950

C

950

Then, AM = DM cot30° = 4 2 × 3

C

= 4 6 cm

1000 1000 940 We know that,

1000 × 1000 : 950 ×1000 : 950 × 940

D

1

Now, Area of trapezium = × (sum of parallel

2

K

Distance travelled by C when A travels 1000

sides × height)

9540 940

m= = 893 m 1

1000 = (DC + AB) × CN

2

Then, Distance by which A can beat C

= 1000 – 893 = 107 m 1

19. (B) We know that, = (6 + 4 6 + 6 + 4 2 ) × 4 2

2

a3 1

Volume of tetrahedron = = × (12 + 4 6 + 4 2 ) × 4 2

6 2 2

63 = 8 (2 + 2 3 + 3 2 )

= = 18 2 cm³

6 2 = 85.65 cm2

20. (D) A.T.Q, 22. (B) Let the radii of the two circles be R and r

Now,

20

A 3 R2 + r2 = 125

3

20 5 (R2 + r2) = 125

B 4

R2 + r2 = 125 .......... (i)

C –2 –10

and, R – r = 5 ............ (ii)

Now, work done by A, B and C in one We know that,

hour = 3 + 5 – 10 = – 2 units (a + b)2 + (a – b)2 = 2(a2 + b2)

and, quantity of water in the half filled

So, (R + r)2 + (R – r)2 = 2(R2 + r2)

20 (R + r)2 = 225

cistern = = 10 units

2 R + r = 15 cm

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23. (D) A.T.Q,

abc

Circumradius of ABC =

3 2 4

x=

3– 2 where, b = AC = 12 cm

Rationalizing the denominator, c = AB = 18 cm

a = BC

x=5+ 2 6

and AD = 6 cm

1

and, =5– 2 6 BC 12 18

x Now, circumradius (R) =

1

4 BC × AD

1 2

Then, x + = 5 + 2 6 + 5 – 2 6 = 10

x

BC 12 18

x2 – 10x + 1 = 0 ........... (i) = = 18 cm

1

multiply by x both sides, we get 4 BC 6

x3 – 10x2 + x = 0 ............ (ii) 2

Now, adding 4 × equation (i) and equation

27. (C) D

(ii),

s

4x2 – 40x + 4 + x3 – 10x2 + x = 0 C

x3 – 6x2 – 39x + 4 = 0 E

u

6

x3 – 3x (2x + 13 ) = –4

p

24. (C) A.T.Q, A B

8

1 7 Volume of the double cone formed

m

x2 + 2 =

x 9 = volume of cone (ABD) + volume of cone

a

2 (ACD)

1 7 25

x x = + 2=

C

9 9 1 1

= (AE)2 × BE + (AE)2 × CE

3 3

1 5

D

x+ = 1

x 3 = (AE)2 (BE + CE)

3

K

On taking cube both sides, we get

3 3

1 5 1

x = = (AE2) (BC)

x 3 3

1 Here, BC = AB 2 AC 2

1 1 125

x + 3 + 3 × x × x x =

3

x x 27 = 62 82 = 10 cm

1 5 125

x3 + +3× = AB AC 86

x3 3 27 and, AE = = = 4.8 cm

BC 10

1 125 10 Now, required volume

x3 + 3 = –5= –

x 27 27

1

25. (C) In triangle ABC, =× 3.14 × 4.8 × 4.8 × 10

3

|AB – AC|<|BC|<|AB + AC|

= 241.152 cm3

180 < BC < 1330

Then, the number of possible number = 240 cm3 (approximate)

of triangles = 1330 – 180 – 1 = 1149 28. (B) A.T.Q,

26. (B)

A 52 6

x=

5–2 6

C

On rationalisation, we get

D

B 5 2 6 5 2 6

x=

E

5 – 2 6 5 2 6

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1 b sin

and, =5–2 6 cos = ................ (ii)

x y

From equation (i) and (ii), we get

1

Now, x + =5+2 6+5–2 6

x a b

= sin

x y

1

x+ = 10

x ay

2

x = 10x – 1 ............ (i) sin = ............. (iii)

bx

Then, x2 – 7x – 14 = 10x – 1 – 7x – 14 Using equation (i) and (iii),

= 3x – 15

sin2 + cos2 = 1

= 3(5 + 2 6 ) – 15

a 2y 2 a2

2 2 + =1

= 15 + 6 6 – 15 = 6 6 b x x2

s

cot 2 x – 1 a 2y 2 a 2b 2

29. (C) We know that, cot2x = 1

u

2cot x b 2x 2

b2x2 – a2y2 = a2b2

p

1

= (cotx – tanx) 32. (B) A.T.Q,

2

Here, cotx = = + + + .......

a

1 – cos y sin y 37 7 11 11 15 31 35

C

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 – cos y =210 × – – – ........ –

and, tanx = = 4 3 7 7 11 11 15 31 35

cot x sin y

D

1 1 1

1 1 cos y – 1 – cos y = 210 × –

4 3 35

K

Then, cot2x =

2 sin y

1 32

1 2cos y = 210 × × = 16

4 3 35

= × = coty

2 sin y 33. (C) Let the side of the triangle be a cm

30. (A) A.T.Q, Then, A.T.Q,

SI 100 3 2 3

%

Rate of interest (r) =

p t a – a – 22 = 5 3

4 4

16 100

r= 8% 3 2

100 2 [a – (a – 2)2] =5 3

4

Now, compound interest on `16000 in 3 [4a – 4] = 20

years

a = 6 cm

3

r Each side of equilateral triangle = 6 cm

1

= p 100 – 1

34. (B) We know that,

3

Product of speeds

8 Distance = × time

= 16000 100 – 1 = ` 4155

1 Difference of speeds

15 20 42

31. (A) A.T.Q, D= ×

20 – 15 60

asec = x

D = 42 km

a Distance between his house and

cos = ................ (i)

x office = 42 km

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35. (B) A.T.Q, and, SP of the 60 oranges = `100

Total marks of 50 students of the class CP of the 60 oranges = `60

= 81 × 50 = 4050 Then,

and, total marks of 45 students of the 100 – 60

class = 80 × 45 = 3600 Now, profit percentage = 100

60

Now, total marks obtained by 5 students

200

= 4050 – 3600 = 450 = %

3

Then, average marks of 5 students

60

450 Again, SP of (100 – 60) × oranges

= = 90 100

5

36. (C) Let the marked price of the article be `x. 4

= 24 × = 32

A.T.Q, 3

Total CP = 100 and total SP = 100 + 32 = 132

8 –1 80 7

x× × = 3045 32

8 80 Profit percentage = × 100 = 32%

100

s

7 87 39. (C) Let the speed of the car be x kmph

x× × = 3045

A.T.Q,

8 80

x=

pu

3045 8 80

7 87

= 3200

400

2000

×2=

x x – 10

2x + 20 = 3x – 30

10

3

m

Marked price of the article = `3200

x = 50

37. (B) Amount given by the man to his wife

a

Then, distance between the two cities

25 50 50 10

C

= 64200 × = `16,050 = 2 = 600 km

100 10

Then, amount given by the man to his 40 (B) A.T.Q,

D

sons = 64200 – 16050 = `48150 cose + cot = 2

K

3 5 1 cos

r r + =2

Now, A 1 = B 1 sin sin

100 100

1 cos

2 =2

A r sin

= 1

B 100

2cos2

2

2 2

A 21 441

= =

B 20 400 2sin .cos

2 2

i.e., the amount is distributed in A and

B in the ratio = 441 : 400

cot =2

Then, (441 + 400) units = 48150 2

841 units = 48150

tan =

1 unit = 48150 2 2

841 We know that,

Then, share of B = 400 units

2 tan

48150 sin = 2

= × 400 = `22901.3

841 1 – tan2

2

38. (D) A.T.Q,

SP of 60% = CP of 100% 1

2

2

sin = 2

100 60 1

1

2

Let the number of oranges be 100.

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1 4 A.T.Q,

sin =

5 5 BD = BC – DC

4 BD = 4.5 – 1.5 = 3 cm

41. (C) Area of the square when the wire is Now, BD : DC = 3 : 1.5 = 2 : 1

2 Areas of ABD and ACD will be in

88 the ratio 2 : 1

bent to form square = = 484 cm2

4 44. (C) A.T.Q,

when the wire is bent in the form of

x=5+ 2 6

88

circle then radius of the circle = 1

2 and, =5– 2 6

= 14 cm x

Then, x – = (5 + 2 6 ) – (5 – 2 6 )

x

22

= 14 14 616 cm2 =4 6

7

s

Taking cube on both sides, we get

Now, percentage change in the two

u 616 – 484 1 1 1 3

enclosed areas = × 100 x3 – –3×x× x – = 4 6

p

484 x 3

x x

= 27.27% 1

m

42. (A) Let the CP of the goods be `100 x3 – – 3 × 4 6 = 384 6

x3

a

Then, MP of the goods = `120

1

A.T.Q, x3 – = 396 6

C

x3

1 45. (B) A.T.Q

SP of half the stock = 120 × = `60

2

D

p(p2 + 6p + 12) = p3 + 6p2 + 12p

1 = (p + 2)3 – 23

K

SP of th of the stock = (98 + 2)3 – 8

4

= 100000 – 8 = 999992

1 90 46. (C) We know that,

= 60 × × = ` 27

2 100 Distance between two points

1 2 2

and, SP of remaining stock = x 2 – x1 y2 – y1

4

2

80 = 5 – 3 2

8 – 2

= 30 × = ` 24

100

= 22 62 = 2 10 units

Total SP of the good = 60 + 27 + 24 = `111

Then, radius of the circle

111 – 100

Now, profit percent = 100 = 11%

100 2 10

= = 10 units

43. (A) 2

A

Now, Area of circle = r 2

= × 10 × 10 = 10 sq. units

400

47. (C) Required rate = ×100 = 20%

2000

48. (A) Consider the equation x3 + qx + r = 0

B C Here, sum of the roots = 0

D 1.5

4.5 i.e. a + b + c = 0

a3 + b3 + c3 – 3abc = 0

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49. (A) We know that,

–ab

a b c cosC =

= 2ab

sinA sinB sinC

–1

and, a : b : c = 1 : 3 :2 cosC = c = 120°

2

Here, a2 + b2 = c2

Then, area of ABC

So, C = 90°

1

= × a × b × sin120°

a c 2

Now, =

sin A sin c

1 3 3

2 = ×a×b= = ab

1 2 2 4

=

sin A sin 90

52. (C) l

1

sinA = A = 30°

2

s

r r

b c

and, =

u

sinB sin c

p

2 A.T.Q,

3

= r + r + l = 20

sinB sin 90

m

l = 20 – 2r

3 We know that,

a

sinB = = B = 60°

2 1

C

Area of sector = lr

A : B : C = 30° : 60° : 90° 2

=1:2:3

1

D

50. (A) A.T.Q, So, A = × (20 – 2r) × r

2

K

tan A cot A A = r(10 – r)

+

1 – cot A 1 – tan A For A to be maximum when r and (10 – r)

are equal.

1

So, r = 10 – r

tan A tan A

= + 2r = 10

1 1 – tan A

1–

tan A r=5

Then, A = 5 × 5 = 25 sq. meter

tan2 A 1

= – 53. (B) A

tan A – 1 tan A(tanA – 1)

C

tan A – 1 tan2 A 1 tan A a

= 120°

tan A tan A – 1 B

C b

= 1 + tanA + cotA Here, a = 1 × 5 = 5 km,

51. (D) A.T.Q, and, b = 3 × 5 = 15 km

x2 – c2 = y We know that,

On putting the values, we get

a 2 b2 – c 2

(a + b)2 – c2 = ab cosC =

2ab

a2 + b2 + 2ab – c2 = ab

a2 + b2 – c2 = – ab –1 25 225 – c 2

=

we know that 2 150

a 2 b2 – c 2 c2 = 325

cosC =

2ab c = 5 13 km

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54. (A) A.T.Q,

8

and, sin( + ) = tan( + ) =

3 17 15

cos( – ) + cos( – ) + cos( – ) = –

2

tan – tan( – )

cos cos + sin sin + cos cos + Now, tan2 =

1 – tan( ).tan –

3

sin sin + cos cos +sin sin = – 4 8

2

3 15 84

3+2cos cos +2sin sin +2cos cos = 4 8 = 13

1–

+2sin sin +2cos cos +2sin sin = 0 3 15

sin2 +cos2 +sin2 +cos2 +sin2 +cos2 58. (C) In a 3 – D space, we know that,

+2cos cos +2sin sin +2cos cos +2sin cos2 + cos2 + cos2 = 1

sin +2 cos cos +2sin sin = 0 cos245º + cos2120º + cos2 = 1

+ + cos2 = 1

s

2 4

sin +sin +sin = 0 and

u

1

cos + cos + cos = 0 cos2 =

4

p

55. (B) A.T.Q,

Then, the angle made by AB with the

dividend = 62x – (34)2x+1

positive z-axis = 60°

am

= 36x – (34)2x + 1

= (35 + 1)x – (35 – 1)2x +1

when it is dividend by 7,

59. (D) A.T.Q,

A = sin2x + cos4x

C

A = 1 – cos2x + cos4x

Remainder = 1x – (–1)2x + 1

2

= 1 – (–1) = 2 2 1 3

A = cos x – +

D

2 4

2 6 10 14

56. (B) Let S = 1 + + + + 4 + ........

K

3 3² 3³ 3 Here, 0 < cos2x < 1

1 1 2 6 10 3

Then, S= + 2+ + ....... So, <A<1

3 3 3 3³ 34 4

60. (A) A.T.Q,

2 2 1 6 2

S = 1 + – + 2 – 2 + 3sinA + 4 cosB = 6 ............ (i)

3 3 3 3 3

and, 4sinB + 3cosA = 1 ............ (ii)

10 6 14 10 Squaring and adding equation (i) and (ii),

3 – 3 + 4 – 4 + .......... we get

3 3 3 3

9sin2A + 16cos2B + 24sinAcosB + 16sin2B

2 1 4 4 4 + 9 cos2A + 24cosA sinB = 62 + 12

S=1+ + 2 + 3 + 4 ........

3 3 3 3 3 9(sin2A + cos2A) +16 (sin2B + cos2B) +

24(sinAcosB + cosAsinB) = 37

4

25 + 24sin(A + B) = 37

2 3

S= 24sin(A + B) = 12

1

3 1–

3 1

sin(A + B) =

2

2

S=2 1

3 sin( – C) =

2

S=3

57. (D) A.T.Q, 1

sinC = C = 30°

3 4 2

cos( – ) = tan( – ) = 61. (B) A.T.Q,

5 3

Efficiency of A = 1

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Efficiency of B = 1.5 65. (B) Efficiency time

Let B worked for x hours Suresh 120 100

Then, Mahesh 100 120

A 12 Bx A.T.Q,

= 120 units = 30 days

5 3

8 8 1

1 unit = days

3A × 12 = 5B × x 4

3 × 1 × 12 = 5 × 1.5 × x Then, time taken by Suresh to complete

36 the work

x= = 4.8 hours

5 1.5 1

= 100 units = 100 × = 25 days

62. (C) A.T.Q, 4

66. (A) Area of intersecting region

8

5 men 5 × =8 5

5 r2 1

= (4 –3 3 ) = (4 – 3 3 )cm2

100 6 6

s

10 women 6 × = 10 40 4

60

u

2 3

100 = 3 – 2 cm

2

8 children 8 × = 20 2

p

40

Now, efficiency of 5 men, 5 women and 67. (C) We know that,

m

Sum of the cubes of first n natural

4 2

4 children = 5 + + =8

a

2

2 2 n n 1

numbers =

C

Then, time taken to complete the work 2

40 Sum of the cubes of first 15 natural

= = 5 hours

D

8 2

63. (C) Let distance between A and B = x km 15 15 1

numbers =

K

According to the question, 2

x x x 15 16

2

1 2 2 2

P2 x P1x P1x 152 82

t= P1P2 Then, average = = 15 × 64 = 960

15

Av erage speed at the car = 68. (C) A.T.Q,

3x 3P1P2 2

r

P2 x 2P1x = P 2P P 81

2 1 100

P1P2

64. (B) A.T.Q, 15

where, r =

A B C 2

1200 1080 1080 2

15

1000 1000 950 Then, P = 81

Ratio of distance travelled by A, B and C 200

= 1200 × 1000 : 1080 × 1000 : 1080 × 950 81 200 200

= 1000 : 900 : 855 P=

15 15

When A travells 800 m, then distance

P = ` 14400

855 Principal amount = `14400

travelled by C = × 800 = 684 m

1000 69. (D) A.T.Q,

The distance by which A beat C

= 800 – 684 = 116 m 5x – 14 + 5x 14 = 7 21

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Squaring both side, we get 73. (D) A.T.Q,

5x – 14 + 5x + 14 + 2 25x 2 – 142 2 tan ²15º

x× = cos30º + sin60º

2 – (1 tan ²15º )

= 49 + 21 + 2 × 7 21

2 tan ²15º 3 3

On comparing we get, x × = +

1 – tan ²15º 2 2

10x = 70 and 2 25 x 2 – 196 = 14 21

x × tan30º = 3

So, x = 7

1

70. (B) x × 3

= 3 x = 3

P

74. (B) A.T.Q,

1 Profit

36° 25% =

4 CP

S

Then, SP = 4 + 1 = 5

Now,

Number of pens bought for 4 rupees

s

64° = 4 × 5 = 20

Q T R

u

and, SP of 20 pens = `5

Then,

p

We know that the sum of two interior

angle is equal to the external angle 20

Number of pens sold for `5 = =4

m

So, PTQ = 64° + 36° = 100° 5

75. (A) In an equilateral triangle, the ratio of

a

Now, In TQS,

inradius and circumradius is 1 : 2.

C

100 76. (C) A.T.Q,

T= = 50° and S = 90°

2

x x2 –1 x – x2 –1

D

Then, PQR = 180º – (50º + 90º) – = 112 3

x – x2 –1 x x2 –1

= 180º – 140º = 40º

K

2 2

71. (B) Let the revolutions made during the

journey be n.

x x – 1 – x – x – 1

2 2

= 112 3

Then, x – x – 1x x – 1

2 2

900000

n × 2 r = ×55 4x x 2 – 1

60

x 2 – x 2 – 1 = 112 3

22 900000 55

n × ×21 = x x 2 – 1 = 28 3

7 60

Squaring both sides, we get

900000 55 7 x2 (x2 – 1) = 28 × 28 × 3

n =

60 22 21 x4 – x2 – 2352 = 0

n = 12500 On solving, we get x = 7

72. (A) A.T.Q, 77. (A)

(2, 6)

4 4 4 3 4 A

{ r1³ + r2³ + r3³} = R³

3 3 3 4 3

4 3 4

(r13+ r23 + r3³)× = R³

3 4 3

(6, 2)

3

(2³ + 4³ + 6³) × = R³ B

4

R=6 0 (0, 0) M N(6, 2)

(2, 0)

Then, diameter of the new ball = 2 × 6 = 12 cm

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Area of OAB Taking cube on both sides, we get

= ar( OAM) + ar(AMNB) – ar( OBN)

1 1 –1 13 –1

3 3

3

1 1 1 x3 = 3 + +3 × 3 3 × 3 3

3

= × 2 × 6 + (6 + 2) × 4 – ×6×2

2 2 2

= 16 sq. units 10

x3 = + 3x

78. (B) A.T.Q, 3

3x3 – 9x = 10

5

p(x + y)2 = 5 (x + y)2 = p 3x3 – 9x – 8 = 2

400

3 82. (A) Speed of runner A = = 5 m/s

80

and, q(x – y)2 = 3 (x – y)2 = q

200

and, speed of runner B = = 4 m/s

5 3 50

Now, (x + y)2 – (x – y)2 = –

p q Now, Time taken by A to finish 1200

s

1200

5q – 3 p metre race = = 240 sec.

4xy = 5

u

pq

Then, distance travelled by B in 240

p

4pqxy = 5q – 3p sec. = 240 × 4 = 960 m

Then, p2(x + y)2 + 4pqxy – q2(x – y)2 Distance by which A beat B

m

= 5p + (5q – 3p) – 3q = 1200 – 960 = 240 m

= 5p + 5q – 3p – 3q 83. (C) Let the numbers of markers of the

Ca

= 2p + 2q = 2(p + q)

5–2 6

institution be x.

Then, A.T.Q,

x × 80 = 15 × 600 + (x – 15)60

D

x= 80x = 9000 + 60x – 900

52 6

80x – 60x = 9000 – 900

K

20x = 8100

5 – 2 6 5 – 2 6 x = 405

x=

5 2 6 5 – 2 6 Total number of the workers of the

institution = 405

x = 25 + 24 – 20 6 84. (C) We know that,

similarly, y = 49 + 20 6 x x x

2

.......... 3

r r r

Then, x + y = 98 P = 1 1

100 100

1

100

Squaring both sides, we get

x2 + y2 +2xy = 982 where P = principal sum

x2 + y2 = 982 – 2 = 9602 x = amount of each instellment

80. (B) When medians of a triangle interest r = rate of interest

each other at right angle and n = number of installments

Then, AB2 + AC2 = 5BC2 20 20 20

2 3

21 21 21

5BC2 = 324 + 441

20 20 400

765 25200 = x × 1

BC2 = 21 21 441

5

BC2 = 153 25200 21 441

x= = ` 9253.65

20 1261

BC = 3 17 cm

81. (C) A.T.Q, 85. (C) Let x = a b – a –b

1 –1

x = 33 3 3 where a = 3 and b = –2 6 2

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Squaring both sides, we get 80 95

88. (B) S.P of the toy = 500 × = `380

x2 = (a + b) + (a – b) – 2 a 2 – b 2 100 100

89. (C) A B

x2 = 2a – 2 a 2 – b 2

6000 × 8 8000 × 9

On putting the respective values +10000 × 4 +3000 × 3

88000 81000

2

2

x2 = 2 × 3 – 2 3 – –2 6 2 Ratio of profit of A and B = 88 : 81

Now, the amount which A takes as

x2 = 6 – 2 9 2 – 6 2 allowance = 150 × 12 = ` 1800

Then, Remaining profit = 10250 – 1800

x2 = 6 – 2 3 – 2 = ` 8450

This profit is shared between A and B

x2 = 6 – 6 + 2 2

8450

So, share of B = × 81 = `4050

2

x =2 2 88 81

90. (A) Total age reduced when an old student

s

3

x = 24 is replaced by a new student = 35 × 4 =

u

140 months

86. (A) Area of the regular octagon in a circle

Then, age of the new student = 22 years

=

1 2

2

mp

r sin 45° × 8

1

91.

– 140 months = 10 years 4 months

(D) A.T.Q,

Time taken to travel from A to C and

a

= ×2×2× ×8 back = 16 hours

2 2 Then, time taken to travel from A to B

C

= 8 2 sq. units and back = 2 × 16 = 32 hours

Now, time taken to travel from B to A

87. (D) A.T.Q,

=

KD

sec cosec =

sin2 cos2

cos sin

1

cos sin

= tan + cot

92.

= 32 – 20

1

3

2

= 11 hours

3

(C) Percentage of candidates who passed in

the examination = 82 + 75 – 78 = 79

Then, percentage of candidates who

failed in the examination = 100 – 79 = 21

1

let tan = x and cot = A.T.Q,

x

21% = 4200

1 Then, total number of candidates = 100%

Then, x5 + = 123

x5

4200

= 100 = 20000

3 1 2 1 1 21

x 3 x 2 – x = 123

x x x 93. (B)

Milk Water

2 A 3 2 5 × 12×1

1

3

1 1

x – 3 x x – 2 – B 3 1 4 × 15×2

x x x C 2 1 3 × 20×3

x = 123 Milk Water

x

A 36 24

1 B 90 30

put x + =t

x C 120 60

(t3 – 3t) (t2 – 2) – t = 123 246 : 114

Using options; we get t = 3 41 : 19

sec cosec = 3 Then, required ratio = 41 : 19

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94. (D) A.T.Q, 98. (B) Ratio of expenses on rent and food

= 72 : 90 = 4 : 5

2

40% = 99. (A) A.T.Q,

5

monthly income of the family (360°)

Then, CP 5

= 15000

MP 5 + 2 = 7

Now, average of expenses on rent, food

1 discount 72 90 72

and 10% discount = and misellaneous = = 78°

10 MP 3

So, MP 10 and SP 10 – 1 9 As, 360° = ` 15000

CP MP SP

15000

5 7 7 Then, 78° = 78 = ` 3250

360

10 10 9

100. (C) Ratio of average of expenses on food,

50 70 63 rent and miscellaneous items to the

average of expenses on savings and

s

63 – 50

Now, gain percent = ×100 = 26% clothing

50

95. (C) A.T.Q,

2 3

A= B

pu =

72 72 90 108 18

3

234 126

:

2

m

3 5 = : = 26 : 21

3 2

a

A 9

=

B 10

D C

Now, (9 + 10) units = 2850

1 unit = 150

Then, profit of B = 10 units

96.

K

= 10 × 150 = `1500

(B) A.T.Q,

72° = `1875

Then, monthly income of the family

1875

= 360° = × 360 = ` 9375

72

108

97. (D) Percentage of savings = 100

360

= 30%

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