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Two liquids A and B are in the ratio $5: 1$ in container $1$ and in container $2$, they are in the ratio $1: 3$. In what ratio should the contents of the two containers be mixed so as to obtain a mixture of A and B in the ratio $1 : 1$? $2:3$ $4:3$ $3:2$ $3:4$
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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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At the end of the year 1998, Shepard bought none dozen goats. Henceforth, every year he added p% of the goats at the beginning of the year and sold q% of the goats at the end of the year where p>0 and q>0. If Shepard had 9 dozen goats at the end year 2002, after making the sales for that year, which of the following is true? p=q p<q p>q $p = \frac {q}{2}$
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CAT1995155
The following table gives data of some students. However, some data has been spoilt and cannot be read on the computer floppy It is also known that: 1. Half the students were either excellent or good. 2. 40% of the students were females 3. Onethird of the male ... the above answer the following questions. Among average students, what is the ratio of male to female? 1:2 2: 1 3:2 2:3
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CAT1995154
The following table gives data of some students. However, some data has been spoilt and cannot be read on the computer floppy It is also known that: 1. Half the students were either excellent or good. 2. 40% of the students were females 3. Onethird of the male students were average. Based on the above answer the following questions. How many students are both male and good? 10 16 22 48
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CAT1995153
The following table gives data of some students. However, some data has been spoilt and cannot be read on the computer floppy It is also known that: 1. Half the students were either excellent or good. 2. 40% of the students were females 3. Onethird ... were average. Based on the above answer the following questions. What proportions of female students are good? $0$ $0.25$ $0.5$ $1.0$
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CAT1995152
The following table gives data of some students. However, some data has been spoilt and cannot be read on the computer floppy It is also known that: 1. Half the students were either excellent or good. 2. 40% of the students were females 3. Onethird of ... were average. Based on the above answer the following questions. What proportion of good students are male? $0$ $0.73$ $0.4$ $1.0$
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CAT1995151
The following table gives data of some students. However, some data has been spoilt and cannot be read on the computer floppy It is also known that: 1. Half the students were either excellent or good. 2. 40% of the students were females 3. One ... students were average. Based on the above answer the following questions. How many students are both female and excellent? $0$ $8$ $16$ $32$
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CAT199591
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 the ... 3}$, and 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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CAT199590
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 the speed of B. ... 3}$, and finally at $M_{4}$. Which is the point that coincides with M0? $M_{1}$ $M_{2}$ $M_{3}$ $M_{4}$
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CAT199589
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 the speed of ... distance 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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CAT199588
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 the speed of B. ... $M_{4}$. 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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Market shares in four Metropolitan cities. Period/ Products Bombay 199394 Calcutta 199394 Delhi 199394 madras 199394 HD 2015 3530 2015 2030 CO 2025 3015 1510 2015 BN 4540 2535 3535 1010 MT 1520 1020 1010 5045 The city in which the minimum number of products increased their market shares in 199394 was: Bombay Delhi Calcutta Madras
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Market shares in four Metropolitan cities. Period/ Products Bombay 199394 Calcutta 199394 Delhi 199394 Madras 199394 HD 2015 3530 2015 2030 CO 2025 3015 1510 2015 BN 4540 2535 3535 1010 MT 1520 1020 1010 5045 The number of products which had 100% market share in four metropolitan cities is: 0 1 2 3
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Market shares in four Metropolitan cities. Period/ Products Bombay 199394 Calcutta 199394 Delhi 199394 madras 199394 HD 2015 3530 2015 2030 CO 2025 3015 1510 2015 BN 4540 2535 3535 1010 MT 1520 1020 1010 5045 The largest percentage drop in market shares is 60% 50% 53.3% 20%
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Market shares in four Metropolitan cities. Period/ Products Bombay 199394 Calcutta 199394 Delhi 199394 madras 199394 HD 2015 3530 2015 2030 CO 2025 3015 1510 2015 BN 4540 2535 3535 1010 MT 1520 1020 1010 5045 The number of products which doubled their market shares in one or more cities is 0 1 2 3
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Market shares in four Metropolitan cities. Period/ Products Bombay 199394 Calcutta 199394 Delhi 199394 Madras 199394 HD 2015 3530 2015 2030 CO 2025 3015 1510 2015 BN 4540 2535 3535 1010 MT 1520 1020 1010 5045 The market shares of which products did not decrease between 199394 in any city? HD CO BN None of these
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CAT1995165
Refer to the following piechart The equity base of these companies remained unchanged. Then the total dividend earning (in lakh rupees) by the share holders in 199192 is: 10.4 lakh 9 lakh 12.8 lakh 15.6 lakh
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CAT1995164
Refer to the following piechart The retained profit in 199192, as compared to that in 199091 was: higher by 2.5% higher by l.5% lower by 2.5% lower by 1.5%
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CAT1995163
Refer to the following piechart If, on an average, 20% rate of interest was charged on borrowed funds, then the total borrowed funds used by this company in the given two years amounted to: 221 lakh 195 lakh 368 lakh 515 lakh
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CAT1995162
Refer to the following piechart The Interest burden in 199192 was higher than that in 199091 by: 50% 25 lakh 90% 41 lakh
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CAT1995161
Refer to the following piechart The operating profit in 199192 increased over that in 199091 by 23% 22% 25% 24%
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CAT199452
Ghoshbabu is staying at Ghosh Housing Society, Aghosh Colony, Dighoshpur, Calcutta. In Ghosh Housing Society 6 persons read daily Ganshakit and 4 read Anand Bazar Patrika: in his colony there is no person who reads both. The total number of persons who ... in Aghosh Colony and Dighoshpurare32 and 117 respectively Number of persons in Dighoshpur who read only Ganashakti is: 121 83 79 127
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CAT1995170
Which of the following statements can be inferred from the graph? 1. In all the years shown in graph, the trade deficit is less than the export earning. 2. Export earnings increased in every year between 8990 and 9192. 3. In all the years shown in the graph, the earning by exports is less than the expenditure on imports in the preceding year. 1 only 2 only 3 only 1 and 3 only
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CAT1995169
In the last three years the total export earnings have accounted for how many percent of the value of the imports? 80 83 95 89
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CAT1995167
Export earning in 9091 is how many percent of imports in 9192? 82 85 92 15
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CAT1995166
In which year was the trade deficit greatest? 8788 8889 8990 9091
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CAT1995177
Machine M1 as well as Machine M2 can independently produce either Product P or Product Q. The times taken by machines M1 and M2 (in minutes) to produce one unit of product P and Q are given in the table below: (Each machine works 8 hours per day). PRODUCT ... to be 3 times that of Q, what is the minimum idle time for maximum total units manufactured? 0 minutes 24 minutes 1 hour 2 hours
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CAT1995180
Machine M1 as well as Machine M2 can independently produce either Product P or Product Q. The times taken by machines M1 and M2 (in minutes) to produce one unit of product P and Q are given in the table below: (Each machine works 8 hours per day). PRODUCT M1 M2 P ... to produce 30 pieces of P and 25 pieces of Q? 6 hours 30 minutes 7 hours 24 minutes 5 hours 48 minutes 4 hours 6 minutes
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CAT1995179
Machine M1 as well as Machine M2 can independently produce either Product P or Product Q. The times taken by machines M1 and M2 (in minutes) to produce one unit of product P and Q are given in the table below: (Each machine works 8 hours per day). PRODUCT ... its normal efficiency, what is the maximum number of units produced, if at least one unit of each must be produced? 96 89 100 119
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CAT1995176
Machine M1 as well as Machine M2 can independently produce either Product P or Product Q. The times taken by machines M1 and M2 (in minutes) to produce one unit of product P and Q are given in the table below: (Each machine works 8 hours per day). PRODUCT M1 M2 P 10 8 Q 6 6 What is the maximum number of units that can be manufactured in one day? 140 160 120 180
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CAT1995183
A company produces five types of shirts  A, B, C, D, E  using cloth of three qualities  High, Medium and Low  using dyes of three qualities  High, Medium, and Low. The following tables give, respectively: 1. The number of shirts (of each category) produced, in thousands ... of cloth What is the ratio of lowquality dye used for Cshirts to that used for Dshirts? 3:2 2:1 1:2 2:3
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CAT1995182
A company produces five types of shirts  A, B, C, D, E  using cloth of three qualities  High, Medium and Low  using dyes of three qualities  High, Medium, and Low. The following tables give, respectively: 1. The number of shirts (of each category) produced, ... 1.5 metres of cloth How many metres of high quality cloth is consumed by Ashirts? 8,000 m 112,000m 24,000 m 30,000m
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CAT1995184
A company produces five types of shirts  A, B, C, D, E  using cloth of three qualities  High, Medium and Low  using dyes of three qualities  High, Medium, and Low. The following tables give, respectively: 1. The number of shirts (of each category) ... . Note: Each shirt requires 1.5 metres of cloth How many metres of lowquality cloth is consumed? 22,500 46,500 60,000 40,000
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CAT1995181
A company produces five types of shirts  A, B, C, D, E  using cloth of three qualities  High, Medium and Low  using dyes of three qualities  High, Medium, and Low. The following tables give, respectively: 1. The number of shirts (of each category) produced, ... Each shirt requires 1.5 metres of cloth. What is the total requirement of cloth? 150,000 m 200,000 m 225,000 m 250,000 m
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A piece of paper is in the shape of a right angled triangle and is cut along a line that is parallel to the hypotenuse, leaving a smaller triangle. There was a 35% reduction in the length of the hypotenuse of the triangle. If the area of the original triangle was 34 square inches before the cut, what is the area (in square inches) of the smaller triangle? 16.665 16.565 15.465 14.365
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Difference between (log^2) (n) ,log^2 n, log (log(n)) and (log(n)) ^2?
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CAT199568
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 the prices of the flat and the plot increased were 10% and 5%. After two years they exchanged their belongings and one paid the 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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One liter of water is poured into each of two containers of equal height. The first container A has a circular cross section of radius 2 cm and the other B has a square cross section with side of 4 cm. In which container will the water rise to a greater height? Container A Container B Equal in both Depends on the rate at which water is poured
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