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CAT1997145
These questions are based on the following data: A thief flees City $A$ in a car towards City $B$ on a stretch of straight road, $300$ kilometres long, at the speed of $60$ km/hr. In $15$ minutes a police party (X) leaves city $A$ to ... caught the thief Party $X$ and Party $Y$ has caught the thief together. Party $X$ was $20$ km away when the thief caught.
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CAT1997144
These questions are based on the following data: A thief flees City $A$ in a car towards City $B$ on a stretch of straight road, $300$ kilometres long, at the speed of $60$ km/hr. In $15$ minutes a police party (X) leaves city $A$ to chase the ... for the police party $X$ to catch the thief'? $2$ hrs $45$ min $3$hrs $3$ hrs $15$ mm None of these
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CAT1997143
In the given figure, $EADF$ is a rectangle and $ABC$ is a triangle whose vertices lie on the sides of $EADF$. $AE = 22,BE = 6,CF = l6$ and $BF = 2$. Find the length of the line joining the midpoints of the sides $AB$ and $BC$. $4\sqrt{2}$ $5$ $3.5$ None of these
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CAT1997142
In the adjoining figure, points $A, B, C$ and $D$ lie on the circle. $AD = 24$ and $BC =12$. What is the ratio of the area of the triangle $CBE$ to that of the triangle $ADE$? $1:4$ $1:2$ $1:3$ Insufficient data
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CAT1997141
Boston is $4$ hours ahead of Frankfurt and two hours behind India. X leaves Frankfurt at $06:00$ p.m. on Friday and reaches Boston the next day. After waiting there for two hours, he leaves exactly at noon and reaches India at ... then proceeds to Frankfurt. What was X's average speed for the entire journey? $170$ mph $180$ mph $165$ mph Insufficient data
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CAT1997140
Boston is $4$ hours ahead of Frankfurt and two hours behind India. X leaves Frankfurt at $06:00$ p.m. on Friday and reaches Boston the next day. After waiting there for two hours, he leaves exactly at noon and reaches India at $01: ... same day that he reached there, after how much time would he reach Frankfurt? $24$ hrs $25$ hrs $26$ hrs Insufficient data.
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CAT1997139
Boston is $4$ hours ahead of Frankfurt and two hours behind India. X leaves Frankfurt at $06:00$ p.m. on Friday and reaches Boston the next day. After waiting there for two hours, he leaves exactly at noon and reaches India ... $180$ miles per hour, what was the distance between Frankfurt and India? $3600$ miles $4500$ miles $5580$ miles Insufficient data.
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CAT1997136
In a rectangle, the difference between the sum of the adjacent sides and the diagonal is half the length of the longer side. What is the ratio of the shorter to the longer side? $3:2$ $1:3$ $2:5$ $3:4$
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CAT1997135
In a triangle $ABC$, points $P, Q$ and $R$ are the midpoints of the sides $AB, BC$ and $CA$ respectively. If the area of the triangle $ABC$ is $20$ sq units, find the area of the triangle $PQR$ $10$ sq. units $15$ sq. units $5$ sq. units None of these
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CAT1997134
The value of each of a set of silver coins varies as the square of its diameter if thickness remains constant, and it varies as the thickness if the diameter remains constant. If the diameters of two coins are in the ratio $4:3$ what should the ratio of their thicknesses be if the value of the first is $4$ times that of the second? $16:9$ $9:4$ $9:16$ $4:9$
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CAT1997132
The adjoining figure shows a set of concentric squares. If the diagonal of the innermost square is $2$ units, and if the distance between the corresponding corners of any two successive squares is $1$ unit, find the difference between the areas of the eighth and the seventh square, counting from the innermost square. $10^{2}$ $30$ $35^{2}$ None of these
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CAT1997131
$ABC$ is a threedigit number in which $A>O$. The value of $ABC$ is equal to the sum of the factorials of its three digits. What is the value of $B$? $9$ $7$ $4$ $2$
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CAT1997130
For these questions, the following functions have been defined: $la(x,y,z) = min(x+y, y+z)$ $le (x,y,z) = max(x–y, y–z)$ $ma(x,y,z)=(1/2) [le(x,y,z)+la(x,y,z)]$ For $x = 15, y = 10$ and $z = 9$, find the value of: $le (x, \min(y, x–z), le(9, 8, ma(x,y,z))$. $5$ $12$ $9$ $4$
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CAT1997129
For these questions, the following functions have been defined: $la(x,y,z) = min(x+y, y+z)$ $le (x,y,z) = max(x–y, y–z)$ $ma(x,y,z)=(1/2) [le(x,y,z)+la(x,y,z)]$ What is the value of $ma(10, 4, le(la(10, 5, 3), 5,3))$ $7.0$ $6.5$ $8.0$ $7.5$
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CAT1997128
For these questions, the following functions have been defined: $la(x,y,z) = min(x+y, y+z)$ $le (x,y,z) = max(x–y, y–z)$ $ma(x,y,z)=(1/2) [le(x,y,z)+la(x,y,z)]$ Given that $x > y > z > 0$, which of the following is necessarily true? $la(x,y,z) < le(x,y,z)$ $ma(x,y,z) < la(x,y,z)$ $ma(x,y,z) < le(x,y,z)$ None of these
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CAT1997127
P, Q and R are three consecutive odd numbers in ascending order. If the value of three times P is three less than two times R, find the value of R. $5$ $7$ $9$ $11$
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CAT1997126
AB is the diameter of the given circle, while points C and D lie on the circumference as shown. If AB is $15$ cm, AC is $12$ cm and BD is $9$ cm, find the area of the quadrilateral ACBD. $54 \pi$ $216\pi$ $162\pi$ None of these
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CAT1997125
A man earns $x$% on the first $2000$ rupees and $y$% on the rest of his income. If he earns Rs $700$ from Rs $4000$ and Rs $900$ from Rs $5000$ of income, find $x$. $20$ $15$ $35$ None of these
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CAT1997124
A survey of $200$ people in a community who watched at least one of the three channels – BBC, CNN and DD showed that $80$% of the people watched DD, $22$% watched BBC, and $15$% watched CNN. Referring to the previous question, how many percents of the people watched all the three channels? $3.5$% $0$% $8.5$% Cannot be determined
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CAT1997123
A survey of $200$ people in a community who watched at least one of the three channels – BBC, CNN and DD showed that $80$% of the people watched DD, $22$% watched BBC, and $15$% watched CNN. If $5$% of the people watched DD and CNN, $10$% watched DD and BBC, then what percent of the people watched BBC and CNN only? $2$% $5$% $8.5$% Cannot be determined
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CAT1997122
A survey of 200 people in a community who watched at least one of the three channels – BBC, CNN and DD showed that $80$% of the people watched DD, $22$% watched BBC, and $15$% watched CNN. What is the maximum percent of people who can watch all the three channels? $12.5$ $8.5$ $17$ Insufficient data
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CAT1997121
Which of the following is true? $_{7}^{3^{2}} = (7^{3})^{2}$ $_{7}^{3^{2}} > (7^{3})^{2}$ $_{7}^{3^{2}} < (7^{3})^{2}$ None of these
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CAT1997120
If $m$ and $n$ are integers divisible by $5$, which of the following is not necessarily true? $m–n$ is divisible $5$. $m^{2}n^{2}$ is divisible by $25$. $m+n$ is divisible by $10$ None of the above.
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CAT1997119
The sum of the areas of two circles which touch each other externally is $153\pi$. If the sum of their radii is $15$, find the ratio of the larger to the smaller radius. $4$ $2$ $3$ None of these
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CAT1997118
If the roots, $x_{1}$ and $x_{2}$ of the quadratic equation $x^{2}2x+c=0$ also satisfy the equation $7x_{2}4x_{1}=47$, then which of the following is true? $c=15$ $x_{1}=5, x_{2}=3$ $x_{1}=4.5, x_{2}=2.5$ None of these
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CAT1997117
The average marks of a student in ten papers are $80$. If the highest and the lowest scores are not considered, the average is $81$. If his highest score is $92$, find the lowest. $55$ $60$ $62$ Cannot be determined
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CAT1997116
$P$ and $Q$ are two integers such that $P \times Q = 64$. Which of the following cannot be the value of $P+Q$? $20$ $65$ $16$ $35$
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CAT1997115
A candidate was asked to find $7/8$th of a positive number; he found $7/18$th of the same by mistake. If his answer was $770$ less than the correct one, then the original given number was $1260$ $6160$ $1584$ None of these
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CAT1997114
An express train moving at the rate of $80$ km per hour overtakes completely a good train twice as long and moving on a parallel line in the same direction at the rate of $40$ km per hour in $54$ seconds. How long will the express train take to completely pass through a station $4000$ meters in length? $54$ seconds $27$ seconds $18$ seconds None of these
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CAT1997113
Fresh grapes contain $90$% water by weight while dried grapes contain $20$% water by weight. The weight of dry grapes available from $20$ kg of fresh grapes will be. $2$ kg $2.4$ kg $2.5$ kg None of these
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CAT1997112
A dry fruit seller purchased 3 kinds of nuts at the rate of Rs. $100$/kg, Rs. $80$/kg and Rs. $60$/kg. He then mixed them, respectively, in the ratio $3:4:5$ by weight and sold the same to a customer at $50$% profit. The price at which he sold to the customer is Rs. $110$ Rs. $90$ Rs. $70$ None of these
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CAT1997111
How many values of the natural number $n$ are possible so that the expression $(16n^{2}+7n+6)/n$ is also a natural number? Infinitely many $3$ $4$ None of these d & c
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CAT1997110
After a discount of $11.11$%, a trader still makes a gain of $14.28$%. At how many percent above the cost price does he mark his goods? $28.56$% $35$% $22.22$% None of these
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CAT1997109
If $\log_{2}[ \log_{7} (x^{2}x+37)]=1$ then what could be the value of $x$? $3$ $5$ $4$ None of these $c$
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CAT1997108
In how many ways can the eight directors, the Vice chairman and the Chairman of a firm be seated at around table, if the Chairman has to sit between the Vice chairman and a director? $9! \times 2$ $2 \times 8!$ $2 \times 7!$ None of these
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CAT1997106
There are $60$ students in a class. These students are divided into three groups $A, B$ and $C$ of $15, 20$ and $25$ students each. The groups $A$ and $C$ are combined to form group $D$. If all the students of the class have the ... . The average weight of all the groups remains the same even if a number of students are shifted from one group to another.
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CAT1997105
There are $60$ students in a class. These students are divided into three groups $A, B$ and $C$ of $15, 20$ and $25$ students each. The groups $A$ and $C$ are combined to form group $D$. If one students from Group A is ... increases. The average weight of both the groups decreases. The average weight of the class remains the same. Cannot be determined.
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CAT1997104
There are $60$ students in a class. These students are divided into three groups $A, B$ and $C$ of $15, 20$ and $25$ students each. The groups $A$ and $C$ are combined to form group $D$. What is the average weight of the students in ... than the average weight of A More than the average weight of C Less than the average weight of C Cannot be determined.
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CAT1997103
A race consists of three stretches $A, B$ and $C$ of $2$kms length each. The mode of coverage, and maximum and minimum of speeds possible in each stretch are: Stretch Mode Minimum Speed (Km/h) Maximum Speed (Km/h) A Car 40 60 B Motorcycle ... over the last stretch. What was his speed over the last stretch? $15$ km/h $10$ km/h $20$ km/h Cannot be determined
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CAT1997102
A race consists of three stretches $A, B$ and $C$ of $2$kms length each. The mode of coverage, and maximum and minimum of speeds possible in each stretch are: Stretch Mode Minimum Speed (Km/h) Maximum Speed (Km/h) A Car 40 60 B Motorcycle ... record to complete the race, what was his speed in the stretch $C$? $10$ kmph $15$ km/h $20$ kmph None of these
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