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1. If x and y are positive integers, then the last digit of which of the following is same as the last digit of the sum of x and y? (a) x7 + y7 (b) x13 + y13 (c) x20 + y20 (d) None of these Which of the following has the maximum value? (a) 170! . 130! (b) 150! . 150! (c) 240! . 60!

5 n 14 < < ? 3 n+4 3 (c) 4

2.

(d) 300!

3.

(d) 1

4.

A 42 wheeler truck, having 8 spare wheels, is driven for 20000 km. If each of the 50 wheels covers the same distance, then what is the distance (in km) travelled by each wheel? (a) 400 (b) 1600 (c) 16800 (d) None of these In how many ways can 3 balls be selected from a box containing 2 red, 3 blue, 4 white and 5 black balls such that at least two selected balls are of the same colour? It is known that all the balls of a colour are identical. (a) (c)

3 4

5.

C1 + 3 C1 4 C1 C1 + 3 C1 3 C1

(b) (d)

14 4

C3 3 C3 4 C3 5 C3

C1 + 3 C1 4 C1

6.

Siddharth has only three types of toys - Cars, Puzzles and Planes. All his toys except 25 are Planes. All except 32 are Cars. All except 27 are Puzzles. How many Cars does he have? (a) 52 (b) 15 (c) 12 (d) 10 PQR is an equilateral triangle. Side QR is extended to S such that the area of triangle PRS becomes half the area of triangle PQS. What is the value of QPS ? (a) 90 (b) 105 (c) 120 (d) 75

7.

8.

There are x 50 paise coins and y Re. 1 coins. Had there been x Re. 1 coins and y 50 paise coins the amount would have been 30% more. Which of the following is a possible value of y? (a) 25 (b) 26 (c) 27 (d) 28

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Directions for questions 9 to 11: Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below. Fifty four employees of a company called MJF are spread across four different offices, with each employee working in exactly one office. The table given below shows the office-wise distribution of employees, their average age, their average salary and their average login hours.

Office A B C D Number of Average Average Salary Average Employees Age (Years) (Rs.' 000) Login Hours 13 40 100 42 46 30 36 80 28 42 60

Additional Information: The average age of the employees working in Office B and Office D is 29. The average salary of the fifty four employees is Rs. 39200. At least 2 employees work in each office of the company. The average age of the employees working in each office is an integer. 9. Out of the totaI employees in Office A, x are transferred to Office B and the remaining to Office D. The average age of the employees working in Office B and Office D increases by 3 and 10 respectively. What is the average age of the employees working in Office A? (a) 58 (b) 59 (c) 60 (d) Data Insufficient What is the average salary of the employees working in Office B ? (a) Rs 44600 (b) Rs 30200 (c) Rs.18400 How many employees work in Office C? (a) 13 (b) 14 (c) 26 (d) Rs. 24400 (d) Cannot be determined

10. 11.

12.

The area of a regular polygon of side x units is 10x sq units and the length of its inradius is an integer. How many such polygons would be there? (a) 6 (b) 4 (c) 3 (d) 2 ABC is a 3 digit number with distinct digits. If it is known that 3 ABC is equal to another 3 digit number CCC, then what is the value of B? (a) 1 (b) 3 (c) 5 (d) 8 In a sequence of 100 positive integers, the sum of any six consecutive terms is the same. If the values of the 11th, 22nd, 33rd, 44th and 55th terms are 11, 22, 33, 44 and 55 respectively, then which of the following is definitely true about the sum of the 19th and the 99th terms of the sequence? (a) It is less than 60. (b) It is greater than 59 and less than 76. (c) It is greater than 75 and less than 90. (d) None of the above is true.

13.

14.

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15.

A person drew x triangles on a board such that no two of them touched or intersected each other. His friend counted the various types of triangles on the board and came up with the following data. Exactly 20 triangles were there in which all the sides were equal. At least 32 triangles were there in which at least two sides were equal. Exactly 12 triangles were there in which all the sides were of different lengths. Exactly 24 triangles were there in which one interior angle was obtuse. Exactly 28 triangles were there in which all the interior angles were acute. What is the least possible value of x? (a) 52 (b) 44

(c) 96

16.

Two circles, touching each other, are drawn inside a square of side 10 cm. Each circle also touches exactly two sides of the square. What is the maximum possible value (in cm) of the sum of their radii? (a) 10 2 2

(b) 10 2 + 2

(c) 10 2

(d) 10

17.

How many 3 digit numbers are there in the decimal system which have exactly 3 digits when expressed in both Base 7 and Base 13? (a) 169 (b) 243 (c) 173 (d) 174 All the three roots of the cubic equation x3 10x2 + 31x K = 0 are prime numbers. What is the value of K? (a) 42 (b) 30 (c) 30 (d) None of these A group of 10 men can do a job in 15 days. The group starts working and after every three days they are joined by two more men. On which day does the job get completed? (b) 11th (c) 12th (d) 13th (a) 10th If n is a natural number, then what is the sum of all the possible distinct remainders when 8n + 7n + 3n + 2n is divided by 10? (a) 6 (b) 10 (c) 2 (d) 0

18.

19.

20.

21.

If log2 = x and log3 = y, then which of the following is the ordered triplet (m, n, a)? [Note: Use Base 10 for all the logarithmic functions.] (a) (2, 6, 4) (b) (2, 7, 4) (c) (2, 4, 7) (d) (2, 4, 6)

22.

An equilateral triangle ABC of side 40 cm is cut into two pieces in such a way that one piece is an equilateral triangle containing the vertex A and the second piece is a trapezium. Two such trapeziums are placed beside each other to form a parallelogram. What is the perimeter (in cm) of the parallelogram? (a) 120 (b) 160 (c) 200 (d) 240

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23.

ABCD is a rectangle. Diagonals AC and BD intersect at point E. A perpendicular EF is drawn on AD from E. F and B are joined. FB and AE intersect at point G and a perpendicular GH is drawn on AD. H and B are joined. HB and AE intersect at I and a perpendicular IJ is drawn on AD. If AB = 10 cm, then what is the length of IJ (in cm)?

B E G I A

(a)

4 5

J H

D

(b)

5 2

(c)

5 4

Directions for questions 24 to 26: Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below. The table given below shows the observations of Shivku about the fuel consumption of his car when he drives from Bangalore to Chennai via A, B, C, D and E.

Distance to Chennai Bangalore 354 Km A 320 Km B 252 Km C 165 Km D 90 Km E 66 Km Place Km/L 17 18 18 17 16.5 Range 340 Fuel filled here 231 Comments Fuel filled here

Additional Information : (1) Whenever the fuel is filled the trip-meter is reset to zero. (2) Km/L is the fuel efficiency of the car for the distance covered from the time the trip-meter was reset. (3) Range is the distance that the fuel will last, at the current fuel efficiency. 24. 25. 26. What is the fuel efficiency (in Km/L) of Shivkus car between A and B? (a) 17.55 (b) 18.55 (c) 19.55 How much fuel (in litres) was filled in the car at C? (a) 6.5 (b) 8 (c) 8.5 (d) 20.55 (d) Data Insufficient

How much fuel (in litres) was consumed in the entire trip from Bangalore to Chennai? (a) 16.5 (b) 17.5 (c) 18.5 (d) Data Insufficient

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27.

The question given below is followed by two statements, A and B. Mark the answer using the following instructions: Mark (a) if the question can be answered by using one of the statements alone, but cannot be answered by using the other statement alone. Mark (b) if the question can be answered by using both the statements together, but cannot be answered by using either statement alone. Mark (c) if the question can be answered by using either statement alone. Mark (d) if the question cannot be answered even by using both the statements together. Q. If x, y, z are positive integers, then is 11x + 7y + 8z divisible by 5? A. 6x + y + 3z is divisible by 5. B. x + 2y + 3z is divisible by 10.

Directions for questions 28 to 30: Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below. ABC Ltd. is a courier company that uses three modes of transport for its services Air, Rail and Road. The following pie charts show the distribution of the total number of couriers (Chart-1), Revenue Generated (Chart-2) and Total Cost (Chart-3) for the different modes of transport for the year 2006. Assume that the only cost involved was that incurred on transport.

Road 72

Rail 120

Road 150

Rail 108

Rail 90

Road 72

Air 90

Air 180

Air 198

Chart - 1 28.

Chart - 2

Chart - 3

If ABC Ltd. makes a total profit of 20% in the year 2006, what is the profit percentage on the couriers sent by Air transport? (a) 9.09% (b) 10% (c) 32% (d) 33.2% Through which mode of transport does ABC Ltd. generate maximum profit in the year 2006? (a) Rail (b) Road (c) Air (d) Data Insufficient Which mode of transport has the least Cost of Transport per courier in the year 2006 for ABC Ltd.? (a) Rail (b) Road (c) Air (d) Data Insufficient

29.

30.

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1. b The cyclicity of each digit from 0 to 9 is a factor of 4. Hence any digit raised to a power of the type 4k + 1 will always end in the same digit. Hence the answer is x13 + y13. 170!.130! = (130.129.128.3.2.1).170! 300! = (300.299. 298172.171).170! This clearly shows that 300! is greater than 170!.130!. Similarly we can prove that 300! Is greater than all the other options as well. Hence the answer is 300!. Let assume that n + 4 is positive i.e. n > 4. 5n + 20 < 3n and 3n < 14n + 56 8. d Also QR = PR ( 3 PQR is an equilateral triangle) Hence, PR = RS Now PRQ = 60 PRS = 120 So, RPS + PSR = 60 But RPS = PSR ( 3 PR = RS)

RPS = 30

2. d

x Rs. + y 2 y 50 paise coins and x 1 Re. coins amount to y Rs. + x 2 It is also given that, y x + x = 1.3 + y 2 2 0.8y = 0.35x

3. c

56 , so no solution is possible. 11 Now let us assume that n + 4 is negative i.e. n < 4. 5n + 20 > 3n and 3n > 14n + 56

n < 10 and n >

n > 10 and n <

4. c

Let the distance travelled by each of the 50 wheels be x km. So, 50x = 42 20000 x = 16800 Case 1: All three balls selected are of the same colour. The balls selected could be all blue, all white or all black. Hence there are 3 possible colours for selection. Number of ways = 3C1 Case 2: Exactly two balls selected are of the same colour. The two same coloured balls selected could either be both red, both blue, both white or both black. Hence 4 possible colours for selection give 4C1 ways. The third ball selected could of any of the remaining three colours and hence can be selected in 3C1 ways. Number of ways = Total ways =

3 3

5. a

For questions 9 to 11: The total number of the employees in the company MJF = 54. By alligation:

B 42 D 28

C1 4C1

29 1 : 13

C1 + 3C1 4C1

6. d

Let the number of Cars, Puzzles and Planes be X, Y and Z respectively. So X + Y = 25, Y + Z = 32, X + Z = 27 Solving we get X = 10, Y = 15 and Z = 17.

P

The ratio of the number of employees in Office B to Office D is 1 : 13. So the possible solutions are: B D 1 13 2 26 3 39 ...

7. a

As the number of employees in Office A is 13 and number of employees at any office is at least 2, therefore the number of employees at B, D and C is 2, 26 and 13 respectively. 9. b The total age of the employees in Office A is = 42x + 3(2 + x) + 28(13 x) + 10(26 + 13 x) = 42x + 6 + 3x 38x + 58 13 = 58 13 + 6 + 7x The average age of the employees working in any of the four offices is an integer.

The area of PRS is half the area of PQS which means that PR is a median. So QR = RS

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58 13 + 6 + 7x 13

16. a

8 triangles in which exactly two sides are equal and all the interior angles are acute.

The figure would look like the one given below:

10. c The average salary = Rs 39200 39200 54 = 40000 13 + A 2 + 36000 13 + 42000 26 So A = Rs.18400

R 2 + R + r + r 2 = 10 2

12. b

Area of any polygon = r s (where r is the inradius and s is the semiperimeter) Hence, for any n sided regular polygon with inradius r and side x units,

R+r=

1 n x r = 10x 2

n r = 20 Here n must be more than or equal to 3. So the possible values of (n, r) are (4, 5), (5, 4), (10, 2), and (20, 1).

10 2 = 10 2 2 2 +1

17. d

The value of a three digit number in base 10 will be from 102 to 103 1. Similarly, the value of a three digit number in base 7 will be from 72 to 73 1. And the value of a three digit number in base 13 will be from 132 to 133 1. So the common numbers are from 132 to 73 1. 169 to 342 Hence, 174 such numbers would be there. Let the three roots be a, b, c. Then a + b + c = 10. Since the sum of the three prime numbers is even, one of them has to be 2. So the three roots have to be 2, 3, 5 as every other combination would give a value greater than 10. If we cross check using ab + bc + ac = 6 + 15 + 10 = 31, it is consistent with the value in the equation (i.e. the value of c/a). Hence, K = abc = 30. Lets assume that 1 man does 1 unit of work in 1 day. So the total units of work will be 150. Work done in the first three days = 30 units Next three days = 36 units Next three days = 42 units Next three days = 48 units So, 156 units of work can be done in 12 days. But we have to do only 150 units. So on the last day, only 10 units of work is done. Hence, the work gets completed on the 12th day.

13. d

CCC = C 111 = C 37 3 Since 3 ABC = 3 C 37, we can say that ABC = C 37. Now we can observe that C can take only one value, which is 5. So ABC = 5 37 = 185. Hence, B = 8. Let us assume the sequence to be a1, a2, a3,a100. According to the question: a1 + a2 +a6 = a2 + a3 +.a7. a1 = a7. Similarly we can prove that a2 = a8, a3 = a9 and so on. Combining these equations we get ak = ak+6 = ak+12 = .. for all natural numbers k. Therefore a19 = a25 == a55 = 55 Also a33 = a39 =. = a99 = 33. So the required sum is 55 + 33 = 88.

18. b

14. c

19. c

15. a

20 triangles in which all the sides are equal and all the interior angles are acute. 12 triangles in which exactly two sides are equal and one interior angle is obtuse. 12 triangles in which all the sides are of different lengths and one interior angle is obtuse.

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20. b

Case (1) - n is odd: Then 8n + 2n is divisible by (8 + 2). Similarly 7n + 3n is divisible by (7 + 3). So the remainder when the expression is divided by 10 is 0. Case (2) - n is even: Then 8n + 2n is not divisible by (8 + 2). Similarly 7n + 3n is not divisible by (7 + 3). So we shall find the last digits to find the remainders. n is an odd multiple of 2: The last digits of 8n, 7n, 3n, 2n are 4, 9, 9, 4 respectively. So the remainder when the expression is divided by 10 is 6. n is an even multiple of 2: The last digits of 8n, 7n, 3n, 2n are 6, 1, 1, 6 respectively. So the remainder when the expression is divided by 10 is 4. So the sum of all the possible distinct remainders is 0 + 6 + 4 = 10

7

GH =

EF AB 5 10 10 cm = = E F + A B 10 + 5 3

IJ =

10 10 HG AB 5 = 3 = cm GH + AB 10 + 10 2 3

24. b

354 320 34 L (say X) = 17 17 The fuel consumption between A and B is 354 252 3 34 L (say Y) = 18 18

So the fuel efficiency between A and B

21. a

i =1

= 2log10! 2log7!

= 2[log(10 9 8)] = 2[1 + 3log2 + 2log3]

25. c

At A the amount of fuel in the Car =

= 2 [1 + 3x + 2y ] = 2 + 6x + 4y

So 2 + 6x + 4y = m + nx + ay (m, n, a) = (2, 6, 4) 22. b To form a trapezium using a single cut, the line drawn must be parallel to the base. Lets assume that the line divides the sides in the ratio K : 1 K. Then the sides of the trapezium are 40(1 K), 40, 40(1 K) and 40K. When two such trapeziums are placed beside each other such that one side is common we get a parallelogram whose sides are 40(1 K ), 40 + 40K, 40(1 K) and 40 + 40K . So the perimeter = 4 40 = 160 cm.

354 320 = 2L. 17 So the amount of fuel after filling at Bangalore = 22 L Fuel consumed between Bangalore and C

=

= At E the amount of fuel in the Car =

=

26. d Since we do not know the consumption from E to Chennai, the answer cannot be determined. 11x + 7y + 8z = (6x + y + 3z) + (5x + 6y + 5z) From Statement A: 6x + y + 3z is multiple of 5 but we cannot say whether 5x + 6y + 5z is a multiple of 5 or not. So Statement A alone is not sufficient.

23. b

27. a

E 10 I A J H F D G

EF =

AB CD 10 10 = = 5 cm A B + C D 10 + 10

From Statement B: 11x + 7y + 8z = (x + 2y + 3z) + (10x + 5y + 5z) We know that x + 2y + 3z is a multiple of 10 and 10x + 5y + 5z is a multiple of 5. So from Statement B we can say that it is divisible by 5.

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For questions 28 to 30: 28. a The ratio of Total Revenue to Total cost for

30. b

Let the total number of couriers be 360N while the Total Cost be 360C for ABC Ltd. in the year 2006. So the cost per courier for: Road transport = Rail transport =

10R Air transport = 11C Where R is the Revenue Generated of the company. C is the Total Cost of the company. R If the profit% of the company is 20%, then = 1.2 C So Total Revenue / Total Cost, for couriers sent through Air transport

=

10 1.2 = 1.0909 11

198C 2.2C = . 90N N It is clear from the above that the Road transport has the least cost of transport per courier.

Air transport =

Hence, the profit% for couriers sent through Air transport = 9.09% 29. d Let the Total Cost be 360C while the Revenue Generated be 360R for ABC Ltd. in the year 2006. Profit generated by: Road transport = 72R 72C. Rail transport = 108R 90C. Air transport = 180R 198C. The profit generated is a function of R and C whose value are not known. So the answer cannot be determined.

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