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Post name: Assistant Director.(General) Exam date: 27-07-2018
Exam Taker: Arts Faculty DU.

1. 50 daily workers can complete a dam project in 40 days. If 30 of them work daily and
the rest work in every alternative day, How many more days will be required to
A_©: 50 Rb wbqwgZ kÖwgK GKwU W¨vg cÖ‡R‡±i KvR 40 w`‡b †kl Ki‡Z cvi‡e| hw` Zv‡`i g‡a¨ 30 Rb cÖwZw`b
KvR K‡i Ges Aewkó †jv‡Kiv 1w`b ci ci ( Alternative = weKí) KvR K‡i Zvn‡j cÖ‡R± wU †kl Ki‡Z AwZwi³
KZw`b mgq jvM‡e?

## ♦Solution: (Fraction a‡i mgvavb)

Works daily = 30 workers,
Works alternative day = 50-30 = 20 workers.
It means 30 workers work every day and rest 20 workers work 1day after 1day. (GKw`b ci ci)
In first day 30+20 = 50 workers work and in 2nd day only 30 workers work & it continues,
So,
In, 40 days 50 workers finish = 1 part. (1g w`b 50 Rb Ges c‡ii w`b 30Rb Gi c‡ii w`b Avevi 50Rb)
1
‘’ 1 ‘’ 50 ‘’ ‘’ = part. (GUv 50 R‡bi 1g w`‡bi Kiv Kv‡Ri Ask)
40
Again,
In, 40 days 50 workers finish = 1 part
1
‘’ 1 ‘’ 1 ‘’ ‘’ = part.(w`b Kg‡jI KvR Kg n‡e Avevi †jvK Kg‡jI Kg n‡e ZvB fvM)
40 × 50
1 × 30 3
‘’ 1 ‘’ 30 ‘’ ‘’ = part= part (2q w`b 20 R‡b GZUzKz KvR K‡i‡Q|)
40 × 50 200
So,
1 3 5+3 8 1
In first 2 days total work done= + = = = Part (c‡ii cÖwZ 2 w`b Gfv‡e KvR n‡e)
40 200 200 200 25
1
part is done in = 2 days
25
So, 1 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ = 2×25 = 50days.
More days need = 50- 40 = 10 days. Ans: 10 days.
♦Alternative solution: (x a‡i mgxKiY mvwR‡q mgvavb)
Let, Total work will be finished in = x days,
So, 30 workers work for = x days ( since they work every day)
x
and other 50-30 = 20 workers work for days ( Since they work 1day after 1 day)
2
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ATQ,
x x
30x+20× =50×40 (30R‡bi x w`‡bi Kiv KvR +20 R‡bi w`‡bi Kiv KvR = 50 R‡bi 40w`‡bi KvR)
2 2
or, 30x+10x=50×40
or, 40x=50×40
∴x = 50 [dividing by 40]
So, the work will be finished in = 50 days.
Extra days or more days required, = 50-40 = 10 days Ans: 10 days.

## ♦Alternative solution: (Kv‡Ri cwigvY‡K BDwbU a‡i)

Let, 1 worker’s 1 day work = 1 unit,
So, 50 worker’s 40 days work = 50×40 = 2000 units.
Total number of units of work to finish the project is = 2000
Now,
30 workers work every day means 1st ,2nd ,3rd ,4th , 5th ……. days (GKUvbv cÖwZw`b)
20 workers work alternative day means they work in 1st ,3rd ,5th ,7th ….. (1 w`b ci ci)
In, first 2 days
30 workers work = 2×30 = 60 units. + 20 workers work only first day = 20units
So, total number of units in first 2 days = 60+20 = 80

## 80 units finished in = 2 days

2
∴ 1 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ = days
80
2 × 2000
∴ 2000 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ = = 50 days.
80

## More days required: = 50-40 = 10 days. Ans: 10 days.

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## Khairul’s Bank Recent Math - 2

2. 3 coins are tossed at random. Construct the sample space and find the probability of
getting: - [BD House Building FC (SO)-2017 (Written)] & [BB-(AD-General)-2018-(Written)]
A_©: wZbwU gy`ªv wb‡ÿc Ki‡j Zvi djvd‡ji Sample Space ¸‡jv †`LvI Ges wb‡Pi m¤¢ve¨Zvi djvdj †ei Ki:
(ii) One tail.
(iii) One tail and two heads.

♦Solution:
Total Sample Space after tossed 3 coins randomly
= {H,T}×{H,T}×{H,T} = HHH, HHT, HTH, THH, HTT, THT, TTH, TTT = 8

## (i) Probability of getting one head and two tails:

In the sample space we can see, a total of 8 types of outcome is possible.
Among these 8 types of outcomes, the combinations with one head and two tails are
3
HTT, THT, TTH, 3 outcomes. So, the required probability is
8
(ii) Probability of getting one tail:
Total outcomes are = 8
Among these 8 types of outcomes, the combinations with one tail are
3
HHT, HTH, THH, = 3 outcomes. So, the required probability is=
8
(iii) Probability of getting one tail and two heads:
Total outcomes are = 8
Among these 8 types of outcomes, the combinations with one tail and two heads are :
3
HHT, HTH, THH,= 3 outcomes. So, the required probability is
8
Ans: Total Sample Space = {HHH, HHT, HTH, THH, HTT, THT, TTH, TTT),
3 3 3
(i) , (ii), (iii),
8 8 8

3. A senior Citizen invests Tk.50 lac in a fixed deposit scheme at 11.5% annual interest for
six months. In every six months he withdraws Tk. 2 lac from his principal plus interest
earned. What will be his principal amount to invest after two years? [BB-(AD-General)-
2018-(Written)]
A_©: GKRb eq¯‹ e¨w³ GKwU Fixed deposit scheme G 11.5% nv‡i 6 gv‡mi Rb¨ 5 jvL UvKv wewb‡qvM K‡i|
cÖwZ 6 gv‡m †m 2jvL UvKv Ges AwR©Z my` D‡Ëvjb K‡i †bb| 2 eQi ci Zvi wewb‡qvM †hvM¨ g~jab KZ _vK‡e?
Solution:
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_vK‡e Ab¨ †Kvb Kv‡R wewb‡qvM Kivi Rb¨|
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hZ UvKviB my` †nvK bv †Kb Zv 2jvL UvKv Avmj + H my` Zz‡j †bqvi d‡j 6 gvm c‡i Avmj _v‡K 50-2 = 48
jvL|
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†mB my`Uv I Zz‡j †bqv n‡q †M‡Q| A_©vr my‡`i cwigvY hZ UvKv B †nvK bv †Kb Zv Avi e¨vs‡K Aewkó †bB|
myZivs 2 eQ‡i 6 gvm 4 evi Av‡m| 4 evi 2jvL UvKv + my` Zz‡j wb‡j wewb‡qvM Kivi gZ gyjab _vK‡e
50-4×2 = 50-8 = 42 jvL UvKv|

♦Exam Hall solution style: ( Dc‡i †h welqUv ey‡S‡Qb †mUvB Bs‡iRx‡Z eywS‡q wjL‡Z n‡e)
Since, the scheme is for 6 months and the investor withdraws the interest
So, the interest is not important here.
After withdrawing 2lac from principal Plus (+) Interest
only principal amount remains.

2 years = 24 months.
In 6 months withdraws = 2 lac.
2
‘’ 1 ‘’ ‘’ = lac.
6
2 × 24
‘’ 24 ‘’ ‘’ = = 8 lac.
6
Then, principal amount to invest after two years = 50 -8 =42 lac Ans. 42 lac

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## GB cÖ‡kœ 11.5% †`qv Av‡Q Zvi †Kvb KvR †bB?

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## Khairul’s Bank Recent Math - 4

4. A square is inscribed inside a circle. What is the area of the square if the radius of the
†ÿÎdj KZ?
Solution:
Radius of the circle = 10
So, Diameter of the circle = 10+10 = 20

We know that, diameter of a circle = the diagonal of inscribed square in the circle.
So, the diagonal of the square = 20cm A D
Let, one side of the square = a 10

## So, diagonal of the square = (a 2 + a 2 ) = 2a 2 = 2a O 10

ATQ,
B C
2a = 20 [since diagonal of the circle is 20]
20
or, a = GB UvB‡ci cÖkœ MCQ cixÿvq 10 †m‡K‡Û mgvavb Kivi Rb¨:
2 1 1 1
20 ‡ÿÎdj = ×(KY©)2 = ×(20)2 = ×400 = 200
So, one side of the square a = 2 2 2
2
2
 20  20 × 20
Therefore, area of the square = a2 =   = = 200cm2 Ans: 200 cm2
 2 2

5. Three numbers x, y and z are in A.P, and their sum is 30. Also The sum of their squares
is 308. Find the numbers. [BB-(AD-General)-2018-(Written)]
A_©: GKwU mgvšÍi avivq wZbwU msL¨v x, y Ges z Gi †hvMdj 30| Avevi Zv‡`i e‡M©i †hvMdj 308 n‡j, msL¨v
wZbwU †ei Kiæb?
Solution:
Given that 3 numbers x,y and z are in AP (Arithmetic Progression)
So, their differences is equal, and we can write
y-x = z-y (x ‡_‡K y hZ eo, y ‡_‡K z I ZZ eo ZvB e¨eavb mgvb mgvb n‡e|)
So, 2y = x+ z------- (i)

## According to the first condition,

x+y+z = 30
or, y + (x+z) = 30
or, y+2y = 30 [Since x+z = 2y]
or, 3y = 30
∴ y = 10
Let the common difference between x,y & z is ‘d’
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nd rd
So, 2 term y = 10, first term x = 10-d and 3 term z = 10+d
According to the 2nd condition,
(10-d)2 + 102 + (10+d)2 = 308 [‡h‡nZz cÖ‡kœ ejv n‡q‡Q me¸‡jvi e‡M©i †hvMdj 308]
⇒102 - 2.10.d + d2 + 100 + 102 +2.10.d + d2 = 308
⇒ 100- 20d +d2 + 100 + 100+20d +d2 = 308
⇒ 2d2 + 300 = 308
⇒ 2d2 = 308-300
⇒ 2d2 = 8
⇒ d2 = 4 ⇒d= 4 ∴d= ±2 So, common difference d = +2 or -2
If d = + 2 then, 1st term x = 10-2= 8, 2nd term y = 10 and 3rd term z = 10+2 = 12
Again,
if d = -2 then 1st term = x = 10-(-2)= 10+2=12, 2nd term y = 10 and 3rd term z = 10-2 = 8
So, the numbers of the series can be either 8,10 and 12 or 12, 10 and 8
Ans: 8,10& 12 or 12,10,& 8

## Alternative solution: (ïiæi AskwU GKUz wfbœfv‡e mvwR‡q|)

Let, common difference be `d',
So, 2nd term = y, first term x = y-d, and 3rd term z = y+d
1st condition;
x + y + z == 30
or, y-d+ y + y+d = 30 (GKUv (Ñ) Av‡iKUv (+) _vKvq †K‡U †Mj, `y‡UvB + wb‡j wn‡me Ki‡Z †ewk mgq jv‡M)
or, 3y = 30 (Gfv‡e me¸‡jv‡KB y Gi Dci wfwË K‡i wn‡me Kivq mn‡R mgvavb Kiv hv‡e|)
∴ y = 10
Again,
2nd condition,
(y-d)2 + y2 + (y+d)2 = 308 [me¸‡jvi e‡M©i †hvMdj 308]
⇒(10-d)2 + 102 + (10+d)2 = 308
⇒102 - 2.10.d + d2 + 100 + 102 +2.10.d + d2 = 308
⇒ 100- 20d +d2 + 100 + 100+20d +d2 = 308
⇒ 2d2 + 300 = 308 ⇒ 2d2 = 308-300 ⇒2d2=8
⇒ d2 = 4 ⇒d= 4 ∴d= ±2 So, common difference d = +2 or -2

If d = + 2 then, 1st term x = 10-2= 8, 2nd term y = 10 and 3rd term z = 10+2 = 12
Again,
if d = -2 then 1st term = x = 10-(-2)= 10+2=12, 2nd term y = 10 and 3rd term z = 10-2 = 8
So, the numbers of the series can be either 8,10 and 12 or 12, 10 and 8

## Khairul’s Bank Recent Math - 6

6. After traveling 108 km, a cyclist observed that he would have required 3 hrs less if he
could have traveled at a speed 3 km/hr more. At what speed did he travel? [BDBL-(SO)-

A_©: GKRb mvBwK¬÷ 108 wK.wg c_ ågY Kivi ci †`L‡jb †h wZwb hw` 3 wK.wg †ewk MwZ‡Z Pj‡Zb Zvn‡j Zvi 3
N›Uv Kg mgq jvM‡Zv| wZwb KZ wK.wg MwZ‡e‡M ågY K‡iwQ‡jb?

♦Solution:
Suppose, his actual speed was = x km/hr.
According to the question,
108 108
− = 3 (Kg MwZ‡Z jvMv †ewk mgq - †ewk MwZ‡Z jvMv Kg mgq = 3 N›Uv|)
x x+3
108(x + 3) − 108x
Or, †evSvi Rb¨: gy‡L gy‡L Kivi wbqgwU †`Lyb:
x ( x + 3)
108 †K fv½v‡bv hv 12×9 = 108| GLb ïiæ‡Z MwZ 9 wQj
108x + 324 − 108x ZLb mgq †j‡M‡Q 12 N›Uv| Ges MwZ 3 wKwg e„w× †c‡j bZzb
Or, =3
x 2 + 3x MwZ 12 Zvn‡j bZzb mgq 9 N›Uv| (3 Kgv/evovi Rb¨ Gfv‡e
Or, 3x2+9x= 324 fv½‡Z n‡e|) A_©vr (c‡i 9×12=108)
Or, x2 + 3x - 108 = 0
Or, x2 + 12x - 9x - 108 = 0
Or, x(x+12)-9(x-9) = 0
Or, (x+12)(x-9) = 0
So either (x-9) = 0 Or ,(x+12) = 0
If (x-9) = 0 Then x = 9
If (x+12) = 0 Then x= -12
∴ The speed 9km/hr ( science speed, x ≠ -12)

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