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Directions: The following table shows the particulars regarding the members and the number of books issued

to them in December 1992 in a city. Refer to the following to answer the question that follow. Class of Members No. of members Novels Sports Magazine Other Books Total Books A 218 387 58 24 469 B 137 864 137 126 1127 C 87 283 -382 665 D 96 713 -410 1123 Total 538 2247 195 942 3384

1. d 2. b 3.

The maximum ratio of the number of novels issued to the number of members in a class is nearly: (a) 9.44 (b) 5.53 (c) 6.32 (d) 7.43 The average number of books issued to any one member is nearly the average number of novels issued to any member of class: (a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D The number which is five times the excess of the total number of books issued to C class members over the total number of books issued to A class member is nearly the number denoting the total number of: (a) members (b) sports magazine issued (c) novels issued (d) other books issued If the number of novels issued to the classes C and D were treated as sports Magazine to these two classes, with no issue of novels to them, then the total number of Sports Magazine issued to the members of all classes, as a percentage of the total number of novels and other books issued to the members of all classes, is: (a) 54.3% (b) 60.4% (c) 50.7% (d) 57% The sum of the averages of the total number of books issued to the members of the different classes is nearly times the average of the total number of all the books issued to the members of all classes: (a) 3.6 (b) 5.6 (c) 4.7 (d) 6.3

d 4.

a 5.

c Directions: Refer to the following table to answer the questions that follow. P & P 10 Most Active Stocks No. of Shares Price per share 2week % Company (Lakhs) 16 Jun, 2000 (Rs.) change Z Te`lefilms 756.99 496.70 -9.82 KFCL 656.48 1542.00 30.57 Silverline Technocrat 625.85 575.65 18.74 Reliable Industries 614.87 332.90 9.98 Global Ltd. 405.99 1479.00 28.57 DSQ Telesystem 318.65 1004.70 14.87 Volta India 301.41 328.70 19.27 Media Graphics 263.98 657.40 34.71 Swatantra Computer Services 250.88 3365.15 28.93 ICBI 239.61 234.15 15.40 For the shares having a price of Rs. 1000 or more, a weightage of 15% each is allotted, for those in the range of Rs. 500 to 1000, a weightage of 10% each is allotted and for the remaining weightage of 5% each is allotted. Then what would be the sensitivity index of the P & P Stock Exchange? (Given that sensitive index is the weighted average of the 10 shares listed above with their current market trends. (a) 1301 (b) 1250 (c) 1420 (d) 1023 If Dharamchand purchased 200 shares of Swatantra Computer on 2nd June and sold them on 16th June, then what would be the profit made? (in Rs.) (a) 151018 (b) 162195 (c) 146734 (d) 175960

6.

d 7. a

**Books Issued

8.

Dharamchand purchases shares of Media Graphics on 16th June from the total profit he made in the above problem and sold them two weeks later so as to buy shares of ICBI. How many ICBI Shares can he buy assuming that the shares continue with the same trend? (a) 650 (b) 755 (c) 850 (d) 695 If the shares continue to show the same trend on the stock market, then the total value of all the DSQ Telesystem shares in the market on 14th July will be (assuming the volume traded remains the same): (a) Rs. 25 billion (b) Rs. 12 billion (c) Rs. 57 billion (d) Rs. 89 billion If shares of Reliable and Z Telefilms continue their trends on the stock market, then by which date should the price of both the shares approximately be the same? (Assuming that today is 16 th June, 2000) (a) 30th June, 2000 (b) 14th July, 2000 (c) 28th July, 2000 (d) 11th August, 2000

b 9.

b 10.

b Directions: In each question, there are two statements A and B, either of which can be true or false on the basis of the information given below. The following table shows the requirements of different professionals by ABC Ltd., a large company, for its National (N) and International (I) operations, over different years. Category Engineers MBAs Accountants Scientists Lawyers Others Total 1995 N I 176 423 52 77 62 152 23 98 6 50 407 684 726 1484 1996 N I 192 647 43 106 71 175 86 107 15 60 496 792 903 1887 1997 N I 194 698 44 107 59 194 101 256 22 71 501 807 921 2133 1998 N I 201 772 59 159 43 152 292 485 19 88 562 956 1176 2612 1999 N I 263 856 71 186 68 168 303 490 18 97 781 978 1504 2775 2000 N I 373 801 87 207 85 190 198 562 19 109 892 1008 1654 2955

Choose (a) if only statement (A) is true Choose (b) if only statement (B) is true Choose (c) if only statement (A) is true Choose (d) if neither statement (A) nor statement (B) is true 11. Statement A: Others category shows a more than 45% share of the total national requirement of ABC Ltd. over the entire period 1995 2000? Statement A: Accountants category shows a more than 45% share of the total national requirement of ABC Ltd. over the entire period 1995 2000? Statement A: Over the entire period 1995 2000, the National requirement of Engineers category as a percentage of its international requirement for the same year has shown a steady growth. Statement B: No category shows a steady growth in the National requirements as a percentage of its international requirements over the entire period 1995 2000. Statement A: The maximum value of National requirement of Lawyers as a percentage of International requirements of lawyers for the same year is seen in the year 1997. Statement B: The maximum value of National requirement of Lawyers as a percentage of International requirements of lawyers for the same year is seen in the year 2000.

a 12.

b 13.

a 14. Statement A: The average percentage growth rate to Total (National + International) requirement over the entire period 1995 2000 turns out to be between 50% and 60%. Statement B: The average percentage growth rate to Total (National + International) requirement over the entire period 1995 2000 turns out to be between 100% and 110%. Statement A: The ratio of MBAs required for National and International operations of ABC Ltd. in the year 1995 is greater than 1. Statement B: The ratio of MBAs required for National and International operations of ABC Ltd. in the year 1995 is less than 1.

d 15.

b Directions: The following bar graph shows the actual inflows and FDI approvals (in Rs. billion) for the given years. Refer to the graph to answer the questions that follow.

(Rs. in billion)
2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 0
6.8 3.5 32.9 17.9 38.9 5.3 88.6 68.2 141.9 103.9 320.7 133.4 164.3 361.5 193.4 168.7 283.6 308.1 548.9 370.4

Actual inflows FDI approvals

Realisation rate (%) = {Actual inflows / FDI approvals} x 100 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600

50

6.The maximum change in Realisation rate from previous year occurs in which of the following years? (Without consideration of sign.) (a) 1992 (b) 1995 (c) 1998 (d) 2000 a 17. d 18. c 19. b 20. c The year having the maximum Realisation rate is: (a) 2000 (b) 1996 (c) 1998 (d) 1991

How many years show a Realisation rate more than the average realization rate for the given period? (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 6 FDI approvals in 1999 is how much percent more (or less) than the difference between FDI approvals and inflows in year 1997? (a) More, 26.16% (b) Less, 26.26% (c) More, 18.98% (d) Less, 18.98% The sum of actual inflows in year 1995 and year 1997 is how much percent more or less than the difference between the FDI approvals and actual inflows in year 1999? (a) More, 83.3% (b) Less, 83.3% (c) More, 102% (d) Less, 102%

Directions: The following bar graphs show the information about sectorwise dispatch of raw coal (in million tons). Refer to the graphs to answer the questions follow. Sectorwise Despatches of Raw Coal from CIL (Million Tons)

1991 - 92
120 100 80 60 40 20 0 Steel Cement Power Railways Fertilizer Others 7.8 20.8 3.6 3.9 42 120.7

100 94.3 80 60 40 20 0 Cement

1992 93

29.7 14.8 6.3 Steel Power 2.9 Fertilizer 2.2 Railways Others

21.

The minimum dispatch of raw coal from CIL in 1992 93 is to the .. sector and is nearly .. percent of the total. (a) Fertilizers, 35% (b) Cement, 9.4% (c) Railways, 1.5% (d) Steel, 10.3% The ratio of the total dispatch of coal from CIL to the Cement sector in the year 1991 92 and 1992 93, to the difference of the total dispatches made to all the sectors between the two years is: (a) 1/4 (b) 2/7 (c) 1/3 (d) 3/8 The total dispatch of coal to the Fertilizers sector in the two years is nearly equal to the difference in the dispatch of coal between the two years in the sector: (a) Others (b) Power (c) Railways (d) Steel In 92 93, the average of the dispatch of coal from CIL to the sectors of Power, Railways and Fertilizers, differs from the average of the dispatch of coal from CIL to the sectors of Steel, Cement and Others, in million tons, by nearly: (a) 15.7 (b) 16.2 (c) 16.8 (d) 17.3 The total of 70%, 60%, 50% respectively of the dispatches of coal from CIL in 91 92 to the sectors of Power, Steel and Railways exceeds the total of 40%, 30%, 20% respectively of the dispatches of coal from CIL in 91 92 to the rest of the sectors, by nearly twice the dispatch of coal from CIL in 91 92 to the sector of: (a) Others (b) Steel (c) Railways (d) Cement

c 22. b 23. d 24.

b 25.

a Directions: The figure shows the sales (S), Expenses (E) and the Equity Base (EB) of a company ABC Ltd. over different years in Rs. Crore. We define: 1. 3. Profit = Sales expenses, Profitability = Profit Sales 2. Shareholders return = Profit Equity Base

Refer to the graph to answer the questions that follow.

45 40 35 (Rs. crores) 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 1994 1993

Sales Expenses Eqity

1992

1991

26. b 27. a 28. d 29. c 30.

Maximum profitability is attained during which year? (a) 1992 (b) 1991 (c) 1993 Minimum shareholders return is observed during: (a) 1994 (b) 1991 (c) 1993 Minimum profitability is observed during which year? (a) 1991 (b) 1992 (c) 1993 Total profit over the period shown is: (Rs. crores) (a) 30 (b) 45 (c) 35

(d) 1994 (d) 1994 (d) 1994 (d) 25

Expenses over the entire period as a percentage of Sales for the same period is: (a) 68% (b) 74% (c) 60% (d) 80%

b Directions: In each question, there are two statements A and B, either of which can be true or false on the basis of the information given below. Following graph shows the Annual Cost of Flood Damage (in Rs. Crore) for India for the period 1990 to 2001.
Annual Cost of Flood Damage (in Rs. crore)
4000 3598 2802 2901 2349 1951 2150 2554 1752 2705 1845 2040

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Years

Choose (a) if only statement (A) is true Choose (b) if only statement (B) is true Choose (c) if both statement (A) and (B) are true Choose (d) if neither statement (A) nor (B) is true If Kerala and Bihar account for 40% and 30% of the total annual cost. 31. Statement A: The total number of years in which the combined contribution of both the given states is greater than the total cost of the previous year is one. Statement B: The total number of years in which the combined contribution of both the given states is greater than the total cost of the previous year in two.

In the year when the cost towards flood damage was the least, Assam and Orissa accounted for 45% and 20% of the remaining cost (after Kerala and Bihar) respectively.

b 32.

Statement A: The difference in the costs towards flood control of Assam and Orissa is Rs. 108 crores. Statement B: The difference in the costs towards flood control of Assam and Orissa is Rs. 132 crores. (Use the data of previous question.)

In the year when the cost of flood damage was the highest, 32% of the cost was because of a cyclone that hit the South-Eastern coast of the country. The cyclone relief was equally divided between Tamil Nadu and Kerala. d 33. Statement A: Kerala get Rs. 651 crore as cyclone relief. Statement B: Tamil Nadu get Rs. 651 crore as cyclone relief. In 1994, 5 states Kerala, Bihar, Assam, Orissa and Tamil nadu were given the entire cost in the ratio 3 : 21/2 : 2 : 11/2 : 1, with Tamil Nadu getting the second lowest contribution in that year. d 34. Statement A: Tamil Nadu get Rs. 300.8 crore in 1994. Statement B: Tamil Nadu get Rs. 254.7 crore in 1994. In 1999, 18% of Indias population of 960 million were provided with relief material by utilizing the entire cost for flood damages that year. b 35. Statement A: The approximate value of the relief material given to each affected person in 1999 is Rs. 156.3. Statement B: The approximate value of the relief material given to each affected person in 199 is Rs. 124.5. (Assume uniform distribution). a Directions: The following graphs show the results of a survey. Refer to the graphs to answer the questions that follow. Consumers Requirement From liquid Soaps (in %)
60 50 40 30 20 10 0
Skin care Fragrance Freshness Clensing Action 50 42 26 18

Reasons for Trial Size Price Recommendation Sachets Advertising Freebies 36.

Percentage 25 20 15 18 10 12

Reasons for Use Advertising Low Price New to Market Used it abroad Word of Mouth

Percentage 15 22 35 10 18

If 5000 users were questioned for the survey, in which 8% required fragrance and freshness, 3% required skin care and fragrance, 7% required skin care and cleansing action, 3% required cleansing and freshness and 5% required all the qualities from the liquid soap, then how many people required only skin care from liquid soaps? (There are no consumers who required exactly three qualities from liquid soaps.) (a) 1800 (b) 1750 (c) 1600 (d) 1900 If 4200 people were covered under the survey, then what is the ratio of the people who tried the soap because of recommendation and because of size?

b 37.

(a) 5 : 3 a 38. d 39.

(b) 3 : 5

(c) 8 : 5

(d) 5 : 8

What percent of the people, who tried the soap because of recommendation, continued using it for a similar mentioned purpose? (a) 80% (b) 95% (c) 85% (d) 90% If 7800 people were covered under the survey, then what is the difference between the number of people who use the liquid soaps because it is new to market and the number of people who use it because of its advertisement? (a) 1750 (b) 1600 (c) 1800 (d) 1500

b Directions: Refer to the following information to answer the questions that follow. In a pollution study of 1500 Indian rivers, the following data was reported, 520 were polluted by sulphur compounds, 335 were polluted by phosphates, 425 were polluted by crude oil, 100 were polluted by both crude oil and sulphur compounds, 100 were polluted by both sulphur compounds and phosphates, 150 were polluted by both phosphates and crude oil and 28 were polluted by sulphur compounds, phosphates and crude oil. 40. a 41. c 42. How many of the rivers were polluted by at least one of the three impurities? (a) 878 (b) 374 (c) 356 (d) 890 How many of the rivers were polluted by exactly two impurities? (a) 878 (b) 374 (c) 356 (d) 890 How many of the rivers were polluted by all the three impurities? (a) 78 (b) 55 (c) 65 (d) 28

d Directions: Refer to the following information to answer the questions that follow. New Age Consultants have three consultants Gyani, Medha and Buddhi. The sum of the number of projects handled by Gyani and Buddhi individually is equal to the number of projects in which Medha is involved. All three consultants are involved together in 6 projects. Gyani works with Medha in 14 projects. Buddhi has 2 projects with Medha but without Gyani, and 3 projects with Gyani but without Medha. The total number of projects for New Age Consultants is one less than twice the number of projects in which more than one consultant is involved. 43. d 44. b 45. a What is the number of projects in which Gyani alone is involved? (a) Uniquely equal to Zero (b) Uniquely equal to 1 (c) Uniquely equal to 4 (d) Cannot be determined uniquely What is the number of projects in which Medha alone is involved? (a) Uniquely equal to Zero (b) Uniquely equal to 1 (c) Uniquely equal to 4 (d) Cannot be determined uniquely What is the number of projects in which Medha and Gyani both are involved? (a) 8 (b) 6 (c) 7 (d) 9

Directions: The following line graph shows the percentage change in number of workers of different types over the previous year during year 1980 to 1992. Refer to the line graph to answer the questions that follow. Percentage Change from Previous Year
8 6 4 2 0 -2 -4 -6 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92

Year Civilian Worker Health Care Worker

46. d 47.

In 1980, if number of civilian workers and health care workers are same and is equal to 5000, then what will be the difference between these two in 1986? (a) 234 (b) 433 (c) 587 (d) 915 If number of civilian workers and the number of health care workers are same in 1984 and number of civilian workers is 500 more than number of health care workers in 1987, then what will be the difference between these two classes of workers in 1990? (a) 1631 (b) 1206 (c) 916 (d) 375 If in 1980 civilian workers are twice of healthcare workers, then what will be the ratio of civilian workers to healthcare workers in 1984? (a) 5.4 : 1 (b) 3.34 : 1 (c) 2.27 : 1 (d) 1.65 : 1 If civilian workers wages is Rs. 60 per head and health care workers wages is Rs. 75 per head and the total wages of civilian workers and health care workers in 1991 are Rs. 50000 and Rs. 70000 respectively, then what is difference in total wages of civilian workers and health care workers in 1992? (a) Rs. 5800 (b) Rs. 11200 (c) Rs. 15300 (d) Rs. 22400 If the ratio of total wages of the civilian workers to the healthcare workers is 3 : 2 in 1985, then what will be the ratio of total wages of the civilian workers to the healthcare workers in 1990? (Wages per head are as in Q. 4) (a) 3 : 2 (b) 2 : 3 (c) 1 : 2 (d) 2 : 1

b 48. c 49.

c 50.

d Directions: The following graphs show the cost of different weapons (in Rs. Crores) in year 1999. Refer to the graphs to answer the questions that follow.
2400 2100 1800 1500 1200 900 600 300 0 2200

Cost per unit

Cost in year 1999 (Rs. in crores)


1200 600 340 Medium towed guns Unmanned arial vehicle mark-2 1350

320 Weapon locating radars Medium selfpropelled guns

T-72 tanks

Smersh multi-barrel rooket launchers

Weapons

900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0

Cost in year 1999 (in Rs. crores)

800

Cost per units

80

200 160 Air target trainers Thermal imaging system Assault rifies 10 Anti-mine boosts 10 Global positioning systems

Karnal antitank gulded missiles

51.

India purchased 22 T-72 tanks from Russia in 1991. 10 T-72 tanks were destroyed in Kargil war and India sold 8 T-72 tanks to Srilanka @ Rs. 5500 crore per tank. India has returned the remaining tanks to Russia and got Rs. 300 crore per tank. On maintenance for each tank, India spent an amount similar to their cost in 1999. The total profit/loss % for India, if India had purchased these tanks from Russia @ Rs. 1000 crore per tank is: (a) 25.4 loss (b) 31.0% (c) 35.8% (d) 39.2% India made 48 Weapon-locating radars in the year 1999 and sold 12 radars to Nepal on 20% profit, 6 radars to Australia on 16% profit, and 13 radars to Zimbabwe on 17% loss and kept the remaining radars for self use. What was the profit/loss % of India? (a) 33% Profit (b) 33% Loss (c) 3.3% Loss (d) 3.3% Profit Which of the following statement (s) is/are true for the graph? I. The cost of the Air target trainers is approximately 1/5th of the cost of Assault rifles. II. The cost of Anti-mine boost is double the cost of Global positioning system. III. The cost of Smersh multi barrel rocket launchers is thrice the cost of thermal imaging system. (a) Statement II only (b) Statements I and II (c) Statements II and III (d) Statements I and III In the condition of sudden attack on India, Indian military is in need of 27 T-72 tanks, 6 Smersh multi-barrel rocket launchers. 12000 Medium towed guns, 2 Thermal imaging systems and 100 Antimine boosts. What is the approximate cost Indian military will have to pay for the above arms? (a) Rs. 14484800 crores (b) Rs. 14464480 crores (c) Rs. 14644800 crores (d) Rs. 14464400 crores

c 52.

b 53.

d 54.

d Directions: In each question, there are two statements A and B, either of which can be true or false on the basis of the information given below. Three Subatomic particles Aardvark (A), Bulwark (B) and Crack (C) are studied and the speed-time curves are plotted. Time has been recorded from the instant when the study began.
Speed (km/Second)
10 8 6 4 2 0 0 2

A B C

Time (seconds)

10

Choose (a) if only statement (I) is true Choose (b) if only statement (II) is true Choose (c) if only statements (I) and (II) are true Choose (d) if neither statement (I) nor (II) is true

55. c 56. a 57. b 58.

Statement I : Distance covered by A in 4 seconds is 24 km. Statement II : Distance covered by B in 6 seconds in 16 km. Statement I : Particle C is moving at a constant speed during the first 8 seconds. Statement II : None of the particle is moving at a constant speed during the first 8 seconds. Statement I : The average speed of B between 2 and 6 seconds is 4 km/sec. Statement II : The average speed of C between 2 and 6 seconds is 3 km/sec. Statement I : Particle A has traveled the maximum distance in 8 seconds after the study started at t = 0 sec. Statement II : Particle C has traveled the maximum distance in 8 seconds after the study started at t = 0 sec. Statement I : Particle A has maximum average speed during the time period shown in graph. Statement II : Particle B has minimum average speed during the time period shown in graph. Statement I : Particle B has covered the maximum distance during the time period shown in the graph. Statement II : Particle C has covered the maximum distance during the time period shown in the graph.

a 59. a 60.

d Directions: The following pie-charts show the percentage distribution of profit and sales of a company over the years. The left chart shows the profit distribution and the right chart shows the sales distribution. Refer to the charts to answer the questions that follow. Cost of the company for a given year = SALES PROFITS
Profit 1991, 16% 1994, 37% 1992, 20% 1993, 27% Sales 1991, 20% 1992, 22% 1993, 26%

1994, 32%

Total Profit = Rs. 6,33,000 61. a 62. d 63. d 64. a 65. d

Total sales = Rs. 24,60,000

In which of the following years is profit as a percent of sales the minimum? (a) 1991 (b) 1992 (c) 1993 (d) 1994 In which year is the profit as a percent of sales the maximum? (a) 1991 (b) 1992 (c) 1993 (d) 1994 If Net Profit is defined as profit as a percent of cost, then Net profit is maximum in which of the following years? (a) 1991 (b) 1992 (c) 1993 (d) 1994 In which of the following years is Net profit minimum? (use the definition provided in the previous question) (a) 1991 (b) 1992 (c) 1993 (d) 1994 The average profit for the given years is what percent of the average sales for the given years? (a) 126% (b) 259% (c) 196% (d) None of these

Directions: The following pie charts give in percentage the number of card holders and the amount spent by various organizations offering these facilities. The number of card holders in 1996 was 8.5 million, while card spending amounted to Rs. 64 crores. Refer to the charts to answer the questions that follow.
State Bank of India, 8% Bank of Baroda, 14% State Bank of Indore, 6% IndusInd Bank, 7% State Bank of India, 5% Others, 10% ANZ Grindlays, 25%

Others, 4% ANZ Grindlay s, 18%

Bank of Baroda, 9% State Bank of Indore, 3%

Canara Bank, 5%

Citibank, 38%

Canara Bank, 9%

Citibank, 27%

Indus-Ind Bank, 12%

Card holders 66. b 67.

Card spending

If 30% of the total spending by the ANZ Grindlays is by Goldcard, then what is the amount accounted for by the remaining card spending of ANZ Grindlays? (in Rs. crores) (a) 4.7 (b) 11.2 (c) 16.2 (d) 9.64 If the card efficacy is defined as that percentage of the total purchases which is made by cards by card holders and if the Indus-Ind Bank card has a 30% efficacy in 1996, then what is the approximate amount of purchases made by Indus-Ind Bank card holders during the year 1996? (in Rs. crores) (For this question assume that Indus-Ind Bank card holders do not own any other credit cards) (a) 20.25 (b) 41.42 (c) 30.66 (d) 25.6 The difference of amount spend on card holders by Canara Bank and Indus-Ind Bank is: (a) 1.92 crore (b) 1.4 crore (c) 1.25 crore (d) 1.5 crore If Bank of Baroda offers one free card to a family member of a card holder and the family member spend 40% of the amount spent by the original card holder, then what was the approximate amount spent in 1996 only by the family members?( in Rs. crores) (a) 1.2 (b) 1.4 (c) 1.65 (d) 1.32 The amount spend by State Bank of India on per card holder is: (a) Rs. 47 (b) Rs. 53 (c) Rs. 44 (d) None of these

d 68. b 69

c 70.

a Directions: The pie charts show the market shares of tyre companies in the two years. Refer to the pie charts given below to answer the questions that follow. Total 150 Million Tyres in 1985
Apollo, 4% JK, 12% Modi, 18% Ceat, 14% Others , 25%

Total 200 Million Tyres in 1990


Apollo, 10% Modi, 17%

Others , 36%

JK, 10% Ceat, 18%

MRF, 16%

MRF, 20%

71. a 72. d 73. c 74. d 75.

What was the simple average annual percent growth rate of tyre market from 1985 to 1990? (a) 6.67% (b) 25.0% (c) 33.33% (d) 5.0% What was the decline in the sales of J K tyres from 1985 to 1990 (in million tyres)? (a) 7 (b) 5 (c) 3 (d) None of these By how many million tyres did the sales of others decline from 1985 to 1990? (a) 8 (b) 6 (c) 4 (d) 2 If MRFs sales were 50 million tyres in 1990, then its simple average growth rate from 1985 to 1989 was: (a) 20% (b) 21% (c) 22% (d) can not be determined The difference between the market share of Apollo of year 1985 and 1990 is: (a) 14 million (b) 15 million (c) 16 million (d) 17 million

a Directions: The bar graph shows the oil reserves and the line graph shows the estimated number of years for which the reserves will last at the present oil extraction rates for various countries. The pie-chart shows the percentage distribution of the oil reserves region wise. Refer to the following graph to answer the questions that follow.
280 240 200 160 120 80 40 0 60 40 20 120

Billion Barrels of Reserves of Oil (left axis) Years for w hich the reserves w ill last (right axis)

Reserves by region %
Latin Ameri ca, 9% Europ e, 8% North Ameri ca, 6% Africa, 7% Asiapacific , 4%

100 80

`
Angola Canada Nigeria China Algeria Norw ay United Libya Brazil Kazakistan Russia Venezuela UAE Om an Azerbaijan Mexico Iran Kuw ait Iraq Saudi

Middle East, 66%

76. b 77. d 78. b 79.

What is the ratio of oil extracted by Saudi Arabia to that of Mexico per year? (in billion barrels) (a) 0.4 (b) 2.89 (c) 3.16 (d) 15.23 If the Oil reserves held by Saudi Arabia form 32% of the share of Middle East countries then what percentage share of global oil reserve is in Iraq? (a) 20.92% (b) 16.82% (c) 12.08% (d) 9.6% What will be the difference between countries extracting maximum amount of oil to that extracting minimum amount of oil? (in billion barrels) (a) 2.57 (b) 2.85 (c) 2.14 (d) 1.98 The difference between the ratios of billion barrel oil extraction to the years it lasts is maximum for which two countries: (a) USA, Azerbaijan (b) Libya, Saudi Arabia (c) USA, Kuwait (d) Russia, Venezuela If Russia consumes double of its production and it imports only from Saudi Arabia and Saudi Arabia exports only to Russia then what is the ratio of oil consumption by Russia & Saudi Arabia? (a) 4.9 (b) 12.8 (c) 6.2 (d) 2.3 The present oil extraction rate for Canada is: (a) 1 billion barrels per year (b) 7 billion barrels per year (c) 8 billion barrels per year (d) 9 billion barrels per year

a 80. c 81. a

Directions: The following bar graph shows the total Indian Export (in $ billion) during a period of 8 months. The pie chart shows the breakup of this Export during this period. Refer to the graphs to answer the questions that follow.
45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 APR

INDIA'S EXPORT IN $ BILLION

$ BILLION

COSME TICS, 11% OTHER S, 16% GARME NTS, 19%

GEMS & JEWELL ERY, 30%

TEXTILE S, 24%

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

MONTHS

82. c 83. a 84.

The exports of Textiles and Others in the month of July is approximately equal to the exports of Gems & Jewellery and Others in the month of: (a) April (b) August (c) October (d) November What is the ratio of exports of first four months to the last four months? (a) 1.12 (b) 0.89 (c) 1.5 (d) 0.75 If the target for the export of Gems and Jewellery for the complete year is at $ 120 billion, then what should be the total value of export of the same for the remaining four months (assume April March as the Financial Year)? (a) $ 46 billion (b) $ 38 billion (c) $ 32 billion (d) $ 44 billion If the government charges 12% tax on all exports of Textiles and 15% on Gems and Jewellery, what is the revenue earned from these sectors during the given eight months period? (a) $ 15 billion (b) $ 18 billion (c) $ 22 billion (d) $ 25 billion The ratio of cosmetics export in April to the export in November is: (a) 14 : 13 (b) 13 : 12 (c) 12 : 11 (d) 11 : 10 The percentage change in the export of Garments from April to November is: (a) 7.14% (b) 8.24% (c) 9.14% (d) 6.14%

a 85. b 86. a 87.

a Directions: Refer to the following information to answer the questions that follow. The population of a town in 1998, consisted of 45% men, 35% women and the remaining children. Of the children, 40% were female and 60% were male. Of the men, 10% were over the age of 60 years and 25% below the age of 40 years. Of the women, 20% were over the age of 60 years and an equal number were under 40 years of age. The number of men increased by 4% in 1999 and that of women increased by 6%. The population of the town in 1998 was 2,00,000. 88. c 89. b 90. d 91. a 92. c What is the number of men in 1999? (a) 90,000 (b) 92,000 (c) 93,600 (d) 94,200

What was the number of adults above the age of 60 years in 1998? (a) 20,000 (b) 23,000 (c) 26,000 (d) Cannot be determined What percentage of the population in 1999 consisted of children? (a) 16% (b) 20% (c) 13% (d) Cannot be determined What percentage of the total females in 1998 were children? (a) 18.6% (b) 20% (c) 15.7% (d) Cannot be determined What percentage of the population in 1998 are women below 40 years of age? (a) 20% (b) 15% (c) 7% (d) None of these

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(d) None of these b Directions: Refer to the following information to answer the questions that follow. ABC Ltd. is operating in 4 businesses viz. beverages, automobiles, refrigeration and electronics. The net capital allotted for these four each year is in proportion to the profit they generated in the previous year. Furthermore, the capital allotted to them in the previous year was Rs. 32 crores, Rs. 38 crores, Rs. 41 crores and Rs. 45 crores respectively for beverages, automobiles, refrigeration and electronics. The net profit generated in the previous year was shared in the ratio as follows 20%, 30%, 15% and 35%, in the same order. The profit this year has increased by 3%, 2%, 6% and 7% in the same order. Furthermore, the company is planning to get out of the refrigeration business and divided its capital equally among the remaining three. The total capital to be allotted this year is Rs. 40 crores. The net profit last year was Rs. 10 crores. 94. b 95. d 96. c 97. a 98. c 99. The profit (in Rs. crores) for beverages this year is: (a) 4.3 (b) 2.06 (c) 1 Total profits (in Rs. crores) generated this year is: (a) 14 (b) 22.22 (c) 6 (d) 6.01 (d) 10.46

What is the number of women in 1999? (a) 70,000 (b) 74,200 (c) 78,100

The capital (in Rs. crores) allotted for automobiles this year is: (a) 8 (b) 10 (c) 12 (d) 16 After the closure of the refrigeration business, the capital (in Rs. crores) allocated this year for electronics is: (a) 16 (b) 24 (c) 10 (d) 20 The capital (in Rs. crores) allotted for electronics this year is: (a) 10 (b) 12 (c) 14 (d) 16 After the closure of the refrigeration business, the capital (in Rs. crores) allocated this year for automobiles is: (a) 14 (b) 24 (c) 10 (d) 20

a Directions: In each question, there are two statements I and II, either of which can be true or false on the basis of the information given below. The financial highlights of the flexible packaging industry revealed several facts. The net profits of the 3 industry majors were Rs. 3.05 crores (Paper Products), Rs. 2.60 crores (Sharp Industries) and Rs. 6.4 crores (Flex Ind) during 1992 -93. Corresponding figures for 1991 92 were Rs. 0.51, Rs. 1.37 and Rs. 3.38 crores for Paper Products, Sharp Industries, and Flex Industries respectively, for 1992 93. The gross profits of Sharp Industries, Paper Products, and Flex Industries have been Rs. 3.57 crores, Rs. 6.34 crores and Rs. 10.40 crores respectively for 1992 93. Current equity base of Flex Industries, Paper Products, and Sharp Industries are Rs. 12.47 crores, Rs. 3.44 crores and Rs. 4.56 crores respectively. Choose (a) if only statement (I) is true Choose (b) if only statement (II) in true Choose (c) if both statements (I) and (II) are true Choose (d) if neither statement (I) nor (II) is true 100. Statement I: The total interest paid by the 3 industry majors during 1992 93 is Rs. 8.27 crore. Statement II The percentage growth rate for net profits of Flex Industries during 1991 93 in 75%. a 101. Statement I: In year 1992 93 the ratio (Net Profit / Gross Profit) is the maximum for Paper product. Statement II: Sharp Industries has shown the maximum percentage change in net profits over the period 1991 93. d 102. Statement I: The interest paid in year 1992 93 by paper products is Rs. 0.52 crores. Statement II: The interest paid in year 1992 93 by paper products is Rs. 0.40 crores. d 103. Statement I: The total Net Profit of the 3 industry majors during 1991 92 in Rs. 5.26 crore. Statement II: The total Net Profit of the 3 industry majors during 1991 92 in Rs. 8.26 crore. a

104. Statement I: The total Net Profit of the 3 industry majors during 1992 93 is Rs. 12.05 crores. Statement II: The total Net Profit of the 3 industry majors during 1992 93 is Rs. 11.10 crores a 105. Statement I: The net profit of paper products in 1992 93 is 210% of the net profit of flex industries in the same year. Statement II: The net profit of paper products in 1992 93 is 40% of the net profit of flex industries in the same year. a Directions: Refer to the following graph to answer the questions that follow.
125 100 6 75 50 25 2 1

Approximate value of work (in Rs. lakh) Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Name of work Renovation and expansion of community health centre Renovation and expansion of taluka level hospital Renovation and expansion of cultural hall Renovation and expansion of district level school Renovation and expansion of sports complex Renovation and expansion of panchayat bhavan Bid security (Rs. in lakh) 2.50 1.50 1.60 1.50 1.00 1.00 Cost of bidding material (Rs. in lakh) 0.06 0.06 0.06 0.06 0.06 0.06

106. On which work the Bid security percent to approximate value of work, is the highest? (a) Renovation and expansion of taluka level hospital. (b) Renovation and expansion of cultural hall. (c) Renovation and expansion of district level school. (d) Renovation and expansion of panchayat bhavan. a 107. How much percent of approximate value of the work is necessary for bid security? (a) 1-1.50 % (b) 2-2.5 % (c) 3-3.5 % (d) 3-3.25 % b 108. What is the ratio of the approximate value of renovation and expansion of community health centre to the approximate value of Renovation and expansion of sports complex? (a) 5 : 2 (b) 1 : 2 (c) 2 :1 (d) 3 : 5 a 109. The cost of bidding material of the district level school is how much percent of approximate value of work? (a) 0.001 % (b) 1 % (c) 0.1 % (d) 10 % c 110. What is the ratio of the approximate value of renovation and expansion of panchayat bhavan and its cost of bidding material: (a) 1 : 5 (b) 41 : 4 (c) 15 : 0.009 (d) 750 : 1 d 111. What is the ratio of the bid security of community health centre to the cost of bidding material of community health centre? (a) 8 : 1 (b) 41 : 4 (c) 81 : 1 (d) 125 : 3 d

Directions: The break up of the percentage of revenue earned by the Times Group, through advertising by The Times of India (inner circle) and indiatimes.com (outer circle) in the year 2000 is as shown in the figure given below. The total revenue earned through advertising by The Times of India is Rs. 300 crores and by indiatimes.com is Rs. 200 crores. Refer to the following pie chart to answer the questions that follow.

Otheres 15% Otheres 12% Utilities 20% Utilities 25% Apparel 15% Apparel 20%

Food 10%

Food 18% Durables 35%

Durables 30%

112. What is the total revenue earned from Food advertising by the Times Group? (a) Rs. 74 crores (b) Rs. 54 crores (c) Rs. 20 crores (d) Rs. 140 crores a 113. Which is greater and by how much: Earning from Durables by indiatimes.com or Earnings from Durables by the Times of India? (a) indiatimes.com, Rs. 12 crores (b) indiatimes.com, Rs. 10 crores (c) Times of India, Rs. 20 crores (d) Times of India, Rs. 15 crores c 114. Which product apart from Durables earned revenue of more than Rs. 100 crores for the Times Group? (a) Food (b) Apparel (c) Utilities (d) None of these c 115. BY 2001, the Times Group targets a revenue increase of 100% and indiatimes.com, an increase of 10%. What will be the money earned by The Times of India by advertising for the Others category, if the percentage break up of categories remains the same? (Assume that the Times group consist of indiatimes.com and The Times of India only). (a) Rs. 126.6 crores (b) Rs. 120 crores (c) Rs. 68.4 crores (d) Rs. 93.6 crores d 116. If the total revenue generated by The Times of India and indiatimes.com is interchanged, then what will be the revenue earned from Apparel by The Times of India? (a) Rs. 30 crores (b) Rs. 45 crores (c) Rs. 35 crores (d) Rs. 37.5 crores a