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The calendar for the year 2007 will be the same for the year. (a) 2012 (b) 2018
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Twofifths of the voters promise to vote for P and the rest promise to vote for Q. Of these, on the last day, $15$% of the voters went back on their promise to vote for P and $25$% of voters went back of their promise to vote for Q, and P lost by 2 votes. Then the total number of voters is: $100$ $110$ $90$ $95$
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A person who has a certain amount with him goes to the market. He can buy $50$ oranges or $40$ mangoes. He retains 10% of the amount for taxi fare and buys $20$ mangoes, and of the balance he purchases oranges. The number of oranges he can purchase is: 36 40 15 20
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ABCD is a square of area 4, which is divided into four nonoverlapping triangles as shown in the figure. The sum of the perimeters of the triangles is: $8(1+\sqrt{2})$ $8(2+\sqrt{2})$ $4(2+\sqrt{2})$ $4(1+\sqrt{2})$
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PQRS is a square. SR is a tangent (at point S) to the circle with centre 0 and TR = OS. The ratio of the area of the circle to the area of the square is: $\pi/3$ $11/7$ $3/\pi$ $7/11$
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CAT199559
The sides of a triangle are $5, 12$ and $13$ units respectively. A rectangle is constructed which is equal in area to the triangle and has a width of 10 units. Then the perimeter of the rectangle is $30$ $26$ $13$ None of these
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CAT199560
Which one of the following cannot be the ratio of angles in a rightangled triangle? $1:2:3$ $1:1:2$ $1 :3:6$ None of these
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A, B, C and Dare four towns, any three of which are noncollinear. The number of ways to construct three roads each joining a pair of towns so that the roads do not form a triangle is: 7 8 9 more than 9
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CAT199563
For the product $n(n + 1)(2n + 1)$, $n \hat{I} N$, which one of the following is necessarily false? It is always even Divisible by $3$. Always divisible by the sum of the square of first n natural numbers Never divisible by $237$.
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Choose the correct option: Boxes numbered $1, 2, 3, 4$ and $5$ are kept in a row, and they are to be filled with either a red or a blue ball, such that no two adjacent boxes can be filled with blue balls. How many different arrangements are possible, given that all balls of a given colour are exactly identical in all respects? $8$ $10$ $15$ $22$
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CAT199577
Choose the correct option: 72 hens cost Rs._96.7_. What does each hen cost, where numbers at “_” are not visible or are written in illegible hand? Rs. 3.23 Rs. 5.11 Rs. 5.51 Rs.7.22
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Choose the correct option: In a race of $200$ meters, A beats S by $20$ metres and N by $40$ metres. If S and N are running a race of 100 metres with exactly the same speed as before, then by how many metres will S beat N? $11.11$ metres $10$ metres $12$ metres $25$ metres
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Each of these items has question followed by two statements. As the answer, mark What is value of x, if x and y are consecutive positive even integers? a. if the questions can be answered with the help of both the statements but not with the help of either statement itself. b ... the help of statement I alone I. $(x  y)^{2} = 4$. II. $(x + y)^{2} < 100$
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Each of these items has question followed by two statements. As the answer, mark a. if the questions can be answered with the help of both the statements but not with the help of either statement itself. b. if the question can not be answered even with the help of both ... and z are real numbers, is z  x even or odd? I. xyz is odd. II. xy + yz + zx is even.
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What is the length of the rectangle ABCD? I. Area of the rectangle is 48 square units II. Length of the diagonal is 10 units If the questions can be answered with the help of both the statements but not with the help of either ... can be answered with the help $0$ statement $II$ alone If the question can be answered with the help of statement $I$ alone
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CAT199598
What is the first term of an arithmetic progression of positive integers? I. Sum of the squares of the first and second term is $116$. II. The fifth term is divisible by $7$. if the questions can be answered with the help of both ... question can be answered with the help 0 statement II alone if the question can be answered with the help of statement I alone
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What is the area of the triangle? I. Two sides are 41 cm each II. The altitude to the third side is 9 cm long. if the questions can be answered with the help of both the statements but not with the help of either statement ... question can be answered with the help $0$ statement $II$ alone if the question can be answered with the help of statement $I$ alone
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Choose the correct option: In the adjoining figure, $AC + AB = 5 AD$ and $AC – AD = 8$. The area of the rectangle ABCD is: $36$ $50$ $60$ Cannot be answered.
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The length of a ladder is exactly equal to the height of the wall it is resting against. If lower end of the ladder is kept on a stool of height $3$ m and the stool is kept $9$ m away from the wall, the upper end of the ladder coincides with the top of the wall. Then, the height of the wall is: $12$m $15$m $18$m $11$m
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A man invests Rs. $3000$ at a rate of $5$% per annum. How much more should he invest at a rate of $8$%, so that he can earn a total of 6% per annum? Rs. 1200 Rs. 1300 Rs. 1500 Rs. 2000
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What is the profit percent? I. The cost price is $80$% of the selling price. II. The profit is Rs. $50$. if the questions can be answered with the help of both the statements but not with the help of either statement itself. if ... question can be answered with the help 0 statement II alone if the question can be answered with the help of statement I alone
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Is x + y  z + t even? I. x + y + t is even. II. tz is odd. if the questions can be answered with the help of both the statements but not with the help of either statement itself. if the question can not be answered even ... . if the question can be answered with the help 0 statement II alone if the question can be answered with the help of statement I alone
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What is the price of bananas? I. With Rs. $84$, I can buy $14$ bananas and $35$ oranges. II. If price of bananas if reduced by $50$% then we can buy $48$ bananas in Rs. $12$. if the questions can be answered with the help ... question can be answered with the help $0$ statement $II$ alone if the question can be answered with the help of statement $I$ alone
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Use the following data: A and B are running along a circular course of radius 7 km in opposite directions such that when they meet they reverse their directions and when they meet, A will run at the speed of B and viceversa, Initially, the ... finally at $M_{4}$. What is the distance travelled by A when they meet at $M_{3}$? $77$km $66$km $99$km $88$km
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Use the following data: A and B are running along a circular course of radius 7 km in opposite directions such that when they meet they reverse their directions and when they meet, A will run at the speed of B and viceversa, Initially, the speed of A is thrice ... finally at $M_{4}$. Which is the point that coincides with M0? $M_{1}$ $M_{2}$ $M_{3}$ $M_{4}$
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Use the following data: A and B are running along a circular course of radius 7 km in opposite directions such that when they meet they reverse their directions and when they meet, A will run at the speed of B and viceversa, Initially, the speed of A is thrice ... between $M_{1}$ and $M_{3}$ along the course? $22$ km $14 \sqrt{2}$ km $22 \sqrt{2}$ km $14$ km
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Use the following data: A and B are running along a circular course of radius 7 km in opposite directions such that when they meet they reverse their directions and when they meet, A will run at the speed of B and viceversa, Initially, the speed of A is ... $. What is the shortest distance between $M_{1}$ and $M_{2}$? $11$ km $7 \sqrt{2}$ km $7$ km $14$ km
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choose the correct option: AB is perpendicular to BC and BD is perpendicular to AC. CE bisects the angle C; $\angle A=30^{\circ}$ Then, what is $\angle CED$? $30^{\circ}$ $60^{\circ}$ $45^{\circ}$ $65^{\circ}$
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What is the value of m which satisfies $3m^{2}  21m + 30 < 0$? $m < 2$, or $m > 5$ $m > 2$ $2 < m < 5$ $m < 5$
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$5^{4}1$ is divisible by $13$ $31$ $5$ none of these
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The value of $\frac{55^{3}+45^{3}}{55^{2}55 \times 45+45^{2}}$ is: $100$ $105$ $125$ $75$
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Four sisters Suvarna, Tara, Uma, and Vibha are playing a game such that the loser doubles the money of each of the other players. They played four games and each sister lost one game in the alphabetical order. At the end of fourth game each sister had Rs. 32. How many rupees did Suvama start with? 60 34 66 28
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Four sisters Suvarna, Tara, Uma, and Vibha are playing a game such that the loser doubles the money of each of the other players. They played four games and each sister lost one game in the alphabetical order. At the end of fourth game each sister had Rs. 32. What was the amount with Uma at the end of the second round? 36 72 16 None of these
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Four sisters Suvarna, Tara, Uma, and Vibha are playing a game such that the loser doubles the money of each of the other players. They played four games and each sister lost one game in the alphabetical order. At the end of fourth game each sister had Rs. 32. Who started with the highest amount? Suvarna Tara Uma Vibha
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Four sisters Suvarna, Tara, Uma, and Vibha are playing a game such that the loser doubles the money of each of the other players. They played four games and each sister lost one game in the alphabetical order. At the end of fourth game each sister had Rs. 32. Who started with the lowest amount? Suvarna Tara. Uma Vidha
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Refer to the following data: le(x, y) =  least of(x, y) mo(x) = x me(x) (x, y) = maximum of(x, y) Ram purchased a flat at Rs. 1 lakh and Prem purchased a plot of land worth Rs. 1.1 lakh. The respective annual rates at which ... other the difference. Then: Ram paid Rs. 275 to Prem Ram paid Rs. 475 to Prem Ram paid Rs. 2750 to Prem Prem paid Rs. 475 to Ram
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Refer to the following data: le(x, y) =  least of(x, y) mo(x) = x me(x) (x, y) = maximum of(x, y) For what values of $a$ is $le(a^{2} – 3a, a – 3) < 0$? $1 < a < 3$ $a < 0$ and $a < 3$ $a < 0$ and $a < 3$ $a < 0$ or $a < 3$
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Refer to the following data: le(x, y) =  least of(x, y) mo(x) = x me(x) (x, y) = maximum of(x, y) For what values of a is $me(a^{2} – 3a, a – 3) < 0$? $a < 3$ and $a < 1$ $1 < a < 3$ $a < 3$ or $a < 1$ $a < 3$ or $a < 0$
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Refer to the following data: le(x, y) =  least of(x, y) mo(x) = x me(x) (x, y) = maximum of(x, y) Which of the following must be correct? mo(le(a, b)$^{3}$ (me(mo(a), mo(b)) mo(le(a, b)) > (me(mo(a), mo(b)) mo(le(a, b)) < (le(mo(a), mo(b)) mo(le(a, b)) le(mo(a), mo(b))
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