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2. 2. SECTION-I Quantitative and Data Interpretation and Sufficiency1. In a Retail outlet the average revenue was Rs. 7. A bakery opened with its daily supply of 40 dozen For all questions in this section, correct answers carry 1 mark each 10,000 per day over a 30 day period. During this rolls. Half of the rolls were sold by noon, and 60% period the average daily revenue on weekends of the remaining rolls were sold between noon (total 8 days) was Rs. 20,000 per day. What was and closing time. How many dozen rolls were left the average daily revenue on weekdays? unsold? (1) 6364 (2) 5250 (3) 6570 (4) 8060 (1) 6 (2) 8 (3) 10 (4) I22. Two different prime numbers X and Y, both are 8. Stuart, Jack and Leo are colleagues working in a greater than 2, then which of the following must plant. Stuart and Jack can do a work in 10 days, be true? Jack and Leo can do the same work in 15 days while Stuart and Leo can do it in 12 days. All of (1) X Y= 23 (2) X + Y 87 them started the work together. After two days, (3) Both 1 and 2 (4) None of the above Leo was shifted to some other work. How many days will Stuart and Jack take to finish the rest of3. It takes 6 hours for pump A, used alone, to fill a the work? tank of water. Pump B used alone takes 8 hours to fill the same tank. A, B and another pump C all (1) 9 (2) 12 (3) 8 (4) 7.5 together fill the tank in 2 hours. How long would pump C take, used alone, to fill the tank? 9. The missing numbers in the below series would be (1) 4.8 (2) 6 (3) 5.6 (4) 3 1:1, 8:4, 9:27, 64:16, 25:125, ? :?, 49:343,4. A swimming pool can be filled by pipe A in 3 (1) 36 : 316 (2) 216 : 36 hours and by pipe B in 6 hours, each pump (3) 316 : l6 (4) 32 : 316 working on its own. At 9 am, pump A is started. At what time will the swimming pool be filled if 10. The difference between the value of a number pump B is started at 10 am? increased by 25% and the value of the original number decreased by 30% is 22. What is the (1) 11:20 a.m. (2) 11:05 a.m. original number? (3) 11:10 a.m. (4) 10:50 a.m. (1) 70 (2) 65 (3) 40 (4) 905. The sum of prime numbers that are greater than 60, but less than 70 is: 11. Running at the same constant rate, 6 identical machines can produce a total of 180 bottles per (1) 128 (2) 191 (3) 197 (4) 260 hour. How many bottles could 15 such machines produce in 30 minutes?6. Find out the appropriate next number in the series from the options below: (1) 225 (2) 300 (3) 250 (4) 350 0, 2, 6, 12, 20, 30, 42, ? 12. A number whose fifth part increased by 4 is equal (1) 56 (2) 62 (3) 49 (4) 5 to its fourth part diminished by 10, is : (1) 240 (2) 260 (3) 270 (4) 280
4. 4. 23. Percentage increase in sales from 2005 to 2006 is 28. The Price of Darjeeling Tea (in rupees per the lowest for which brand of a pain killer? kilogram) is 100 + 0.1n, on the nth day of a non- leap year (n = 1, 2, 3, ... 100) and then remains (1) Voveran (2) Volini constant. On the other hand the price of Ooty tea (3) Moov (4) Nise (in rupees per kilogram) is 85 + 0.15n, on the nth day (n = 1, 2, ..., 365). On which date of that year24. What is the approximate percentage of increase will the prices of these two varieties of the tea be in the sales of Voveran from 2005 to 2006? equal? (1) 35% (2) 40% (3) 45% (4) 50% (1) 27th October (2) 16th June (3) 15th June (4) 28th October25. Which of the designs best completes the following sequence? Directions for questions 29 32:Each of questions consist of question followed by two statements numbered I and II Answer (1) if data in Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question but the data in Statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question. (1) (2) Answer (2) if data in Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question but the data in Statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question. Answer (3) if data in Statement I and II together are necessary to answer the question. Answer (4) if data in Statement I and II together are (3) (4) not sufficient to answer the question. 29. ABC and PQR are congruent (I) Area of ABC and PQR are same (II) ABC and PQR are right angle Triangles26. What is the number that is one half of one 30. Salary of A and B is in ratio 3:4 and expenditure is quarter of one tenth of 400? in ratio 4:5. What is the ratio of their saving? (1) 2 (2) 5 (3) 8 (4) 10 (I) . (II) .27. Consider a square ABCD with midpoints E, F, G and H of sides AB, BC, CD and DA. Let L denote 31. What is the average height of the class? the line passing through F and H. Consider points P and Q on the line L inside the square such that (I) Average height of the class decreases by 1 cm the angles APD and BQC are both equal 120°. if we exclude the tallest person of the class What is the ratio ABCQPD to the remaining area whose height is 56 cm. of ABCD? (II) Average height of the class increases by 1 cm if we exclude the shortest person of the class whose height is 42 cm.
5. 5. 32. Ram is taller than Shyam and Jay is shorter than 39. If the length, breadth and height of the room are Vikram. Who is the shortest among them? in ratio 3:2:1. The breadth and height of the room are halved and length of the room is doubled. (I) Ram is the tallest. Then area of the four walls of the room will, (II) Shyam is taller than Vikram. (1) decrease by 13.64%33. In September 2009, the sales of a product were (2) decrease by 15% (2/3)rd of that in July 2009. In November 2009, (3) decrease by 18.75% the sales of the product were higher by 5% as (4) decrease by 30% compared to September 2009. How much is the percentage of increase in sales in November 2009 40. A survey was conducted of 100 people whether with respect to the base figure in July 2009? monthly magazine. Summarized information is (1) +40% (2) 20% (3) 30% (4) +25% presented below: Only September: 1834. For what range of values of x September but not August: 23 inequality 15x (2/x) > 1? September and July: 8 (1) x > 0.4 September: 28 (2) x < 1/3 July: 48 (3) 1/3 < x < 0.4, x > 15/2 July and August: 10 (4) 1/3 < x < 0, x > 2/5 None of the three months: 24 What is the number of surveyed people who have35. How many litres of a 30% alcohol solution should read exactly for two consecutive months? be added to 40 litres of a 60% alcohol solution to (1) 7 (2) 9 (3) 12 (4) 14 prepare a 50% solution? (1) 30 (2) 20 (3) 24 (4) 3236. 66 cubic centimetres of silver is drawn into a wire of 1 mm diameter. The length of the wire in metres will be: (1) 84 (2) 90 (3) 168 (4) 33637. A train 108 m long moving at a speed of 50 km/hr crosses a train 112 m long coming from opposite direction in 6 seconds. The speed of the second train is, (1) 48 km/hr (2) 54 km/hr (3) 66 km/hr (4) 82 km/hr38. R is a positive number. It is multiplied by 8 and then squared. The square is now divided by 4 and the square root is taken. The result of the square root is Q. What is the value of Q? (1) 3R (2) 4R (3) 7R (4) 9R
6. 6. SECTION-II Analytical & Logical Reasoning41. Four children A, B, C & D are having some the top scorer was, following were the replies For all questions in this section, correct answers carry 2 marks each chocolates each. they gave: A gives B as many as he already has, he gives C Sachin: I got the top score. Ricky was second. twice of what C already has and he gives D thrice Brian: I got the top score. Sachin was second. of what D already has. Ricky: I got the top score. Sachin was third. Now, D gives (1/8)th of his own chocolates to B. Then A gives l0% chocolates he now owns to C Which of the following is the correct order of and 20% to B. batsmen who got the top score, second best and Finally, all of them have 35 chocolates each. third best score respectively? What is the original number of chocolates each (1) Brian, Ricky, Sachin had in the beginning? (2) Brian, Sachin, Ricky (1) A 110, B 10, C 10, D 10 (3) Ricky, Sachin, Brian (2) A 90, B 20, C 20, D 10 (4) Sachin, Brian, Ricky (3) A 70, B 25, C 25, D 20 (4) A 125, B 5, C 5, D 5 45. 60 employees in an office were asked about their preference for tea and coffee. It was observed42. There are two similar figures below with some that for every 3 people who prefer tea, there are numbers. The left one is complete whereas one 2 who prefer coffee. For every 6 people who number is missing in the right one. Find a prefer tea, there are 2 who drink both of tea and suitable number to fill in place of the question coffee. The number of people who drink both is mark. the same as those who drink neither. How many people drink both tea and coffee? (1) 10 (2) 12 (3) 14 (4) 16 46. A clock strikes once at 1 and so on. If it takes 6 seconds to strike at 3 (1) 280 (2) 303 (3) 362 (4) 382 (1) 24 seconds (2) 18 seconds (3) 20 seconds (4) None of these43. Complete the following series by replacing the?: (TBLD, VEPI, XHTN, ?) Directions for questions 47 48: E-1, E-2 and E-3 (1) ZJVP (2) ZVJP (3) ZKXS (4) ZKXP are three engineering students writing their assignments at night. Each of them starts at a44. In a cricket team, three batsmen Ricky, Sachin different time and completes at a different time. The and Brian are the top three run-scorers in any digit in their name and the order of their starting and order. Each of them gives two replies to any completing the assignment is certainly not the same. question, one of which is true and the other is The last student to start is the first to complete the false, again, in any order. When asked about who assignment.
7. 7. 47. Who is the first student to start writing the (3) Elangovan (4) Frederick assignment? 53. Who is sitting opposite Biplab? (1) E-1 (2) E-2 (3) E-3 (4) Cannot be decided (1) Arijit (2) Debashish48. Who is the last student to complete the (3) Frederick (4) Himadri assignment? 54. Who is to the immediate right of Chintan? (1) E-1 (2) E-2 (3) E-3 (4) Cannot be decided (1) Arijit (2) BiplabDirections for questions 49 - 50: A, B and C are (3) Elangovan (4) Himadrithree students from Don School and P, Q and R arethree students from Elite School. Q is brighter than R 55. Select the alternative that logically follows thebut duller than the Don School student who is two given statements:brighter than A. The same Don School student is Some rocks are not tablesduller than P but is brighter than C. Some rocks are balloons49. Who is brightest amongst all? (1) Some tables are not balloons (1) B (2) P (3) R (4) Cannot be decided (2) Some tables are balloons (3) Some balloons are not tables50. Who is the dullest amongst the three students (4) None of the above from Elite School? Directions for questions 56 57:A, B, C, D and E sit (1) P (2) Q (3) R (4) Cannot be decided on a long bench. C does not sit next to A or E. A and E have three persons sitting between them.51. When Rafael entered the class, there were already 10 students in the class. 5 students 56. Who is sitting in the middle of the bench? entered the class between Roger and Rafael. Total (1) B (2) C (3) D (4) None of these 10 students entered after Roger. Exactly how many students are in the class finally? 57. Who are sitting at the extreme ends of the bench? (1) 15 (2) 25 (3) 27 (4) Cannot be decided (1) A & E (2) B & D (3) C & E (4) None of these 54:Arijit, Biplab,Chintan, Debashish, Elangovan, Frederick, Gautam Directions for questions 58 59: Observe the chartDirections for questions 52and Himadri are sitting around a circular table. Some below and answer the following questions.information about the order in which they are sittingis available as follows:(1) Debashish is sitting opposite to Himadri and to I Yearly commission Earned by Five Salesmen. the immediate right of Gautam. Figures(2) Elangovan is sitting to the immediate right of in Biplab. Rupees(3) Arijit is sitting opposite Chintan who is not Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 27350 28500 25200 29800 24600 27000 Salesman immediately next to Frederick on either side. 26850 27900 27400 28000 28500 29000 A 26200 27900 28200 29100 29400 3000052. Who is sitting to the immediate right of Himadri? B 27850 30040 29800 30060 29800 32000 C (1) Arijit (2) Debashish 28640 29000 28750 30000 29750 29700 D E
8. 8. 58. In the year 1994, the commission earned by He lighted two uniform candles of equal length salesman D was approximately what percent but one thicker than the other. The thick candle is more of the commission earned by A? supposed to last six hours and the thin one two hours less. When he finally went to sleep, the (1) 18 (2) 82.5 (3) 21 (4) 17 thick candle was twice as long as the thin one. For how long did Ramaswami study in candle59. In the year 1993, the commission of B was light? approximately what per cent of the total commission earned by five salesmen that year? (1)2 hours (2)3 hours (3)2 hours 45 minutes (4)4 hours (1) 30 (2) 20 (3) 40 (4) 80 64. The numerator and denominator of a fraction is60. Find the Missing Numbers in the following set in the ratio 2:3. If 6 are subtracted from the 2 4 6 8 10 numerator the value of the fraction becomes 2/3 2 14 34 ?? 98 of the original fraction. The numerator of the original fraction is, (1) 30 (2) 62 (3) 42 (4) 78 (1) 16 (2) 21 (3) 18 (4) 3061. There are 6 volumes of books on a rack kept in order (such as, vol. 1, vol. 2 and so on). After 65. A person wanted to withdraw X rupees and Y some readers used them, their order got paise from the bank. But cashier made a mistake disturbed. The changes showed as follows: and gave him Y rupees and X paise. Neither the person nor the cashier noticed that. After Vol.5 was directly to the right of vol.2. spending 20 paise, the person counts the money. Vol.4 has vol.6 to its left and both were not at To his surprise, he has double the amount he Vol . wanted to withdraw. Vol.1 has Vol.3 on right and Vol.5 on left. An even numbered volume is at Vol . Find X and Y. (1 Rupee = 100 Paise) Find the order in which the books are kept now, (1) X = 3, Y = 6 (2) X = 26, Y= 53 from the 4 given alternatives: (3) X = 15, Y = 30 (4) X = 9, Y = 36 (1) 6, 3, 5, 1, 4, 2 (2) 4, 6, 3, 5, 1, 2 66. A drawer contains 10 black and 10 brown socks (3) 3, 4, 1, 6, 5, 3 (4) 2, 5, 1, 3, 6, 4 which are all mixed up. What is the fewest number of socks you can take from the drawer62. All German philosophers, except for Marx, are without looking and be sure to get a pair of the idealists. From which of the following can the same color? statement above be most properly inferred? (1) 7 pairs (2) 7 pieces only (1) Except for Marx, if someone is an idealist (3) 10 pieces only (4) 3 pieces only philosopher, then he or she is German. (2) Marx is the only non-German philosopher 67. A placement company has to assign 1000 SW who is an idealist. personnel who are skilled in Java and Dot Net to a (3) If a German is an idealist, then he or she is a prospective outsourcing company. He finds that philosopher, as long as he or she is not Marx. 750 are having Dot Net skills and 450 have Java (4) Marx is not an idealist German philosopher. skills. Some have skills in both Java and Dot Net. Find the numbers who have skills in both Java63. Ramaswami was studying for his examinations and Dot Net. and the lights went off. It was around 1:00 a.m.
9. 9. (1) 250 (2) 200 (3) 350 (4) 10068. All good athletes who want to win are disciplined and have a well balanced diet. Therefore, athletes who do not have well balanced diets are bad athletes. Based on the sentence above which of the statement below strongly supports the view: (1) No bad athlete wants to win. (2) No athlete who does not eat a well balanced diet is good athlete. (3) Every athlete who eats a well balanced diet is good athlete. (4) All athletes who want to win are good athletes.69. The numbers in these series are arranged in a triangle which has a logic as shown below. Find the missing numbers shown as (?) from the choices given below: 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 8 ? 2 2 16 64 16 2 2 32 1024 ? ? 2 (1) {16, 32, 64} (2) {8, 1024, 32} (3) {24, 1024, 64} (4) {16, 32, 64}70. If for a particular value of the variable x, the following holds good, 17 = 17x/(1 x), then compute the value of (2x)*x. (1) 17 (2) 1 (3) 2 (4) 1/2
10. 10. SECTION-III General Knowledge71. Name the jailed Chinese pro-democracy activist (4) As the number of transistors increases, For all questions in this section, correct answers carry 1 mark each computer-processing power will be reduced non-violent struggle for fundamental by half in every two years. human rights in China. (1) Went Xiabo (2) Wen Jiabao Rolls-Royce comes from the electric clock. (3) Liu Jiabao (4) Liu Xiaobo 77. ____Who wrote this famous advertising headline? (1) David Ogilvy (2) Walter Thompson proposing Nalanda as an ideal site for (3) Leo Burnett (4) Salman Rushdie72. establishing a 21st century learning institution. 78. His lif (1) Singapore (2) India . He was one of the greatest intellectuals (3) U.K (4) China and activists of the 19th century and one of the pillars of the Bengal Renaissance. He was a73. Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger are known for polymath. Sanskrit pundit, educator, social founding reformer, writer and philanthropist. Due to his (1) Facebook (2) Orkut relentless efforts, on 26th July 1856, widow re- (3) Wikipedia (4) Google marriage was legalized by the then Government of India Who is this towering personality?74. The year 2010 is represented in Roman Numerals (1) Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar as (2) Raja Ram Mohan Roy (1) LLX (2) MMX (3) IIXX (4) CCXX (3) Rabindranath Tagore (4) Bankim Chandra Chatterjee75. In which country is the seat of the United Nations International Court of Justice? 79. Eustace Fernandes. who passed away in early 2010 was the much admired creator of (1) France (2) Norway (3) Britain (4) Netherlands (1) Tom and Jerry (2) Amul Girl (3) Air India Maharaja (4) Snow White76. In 1965 Gordon Moore, Co-founder of Intel, made a prediction about the future of computer 80. Find the mismatch processing. What does his prediction, known as (1) Somdev Devvaman Badminton (2) Gagan Narang Shooting (1) As technology continues to advance, (3) Arjun Atwal Golf computer chips will become obsolete. (4) Anita Sood Swimming (2) Computer-processing power will double every 18 months to two years. 81. Who designed the new rupee symbol? (3) There will eventually be no need for (1) Dilip Chhabria (2) D.Udaya Kumar transistors in high-tech electronics. (3) Tarun Tahiliani (4) S. Arun Kumar