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CAT1998133
Read the following passage and answer the questions based on each. From ancient times, men have believed that, under certain peculiar circumstances, life could arise spontaneously: from the ooze of rivers could come eels and from the entrails ... refused to accept his theories. there were too many debates on the topic and this left the people confused.
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CAT1998130
Read the following passage and answer the questions based on each. From ancient times, men have believed that, under certain peculiar circumstances, life could arise spontaneously: from the ooze of rivers could come eels and from ... mortal blow dealt to it by his experiments. Those who refused to acknowledge his experiments would regret their scepticism.
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CAT1998127
Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. Over the last 20 years, the Bretton Woods institutions have disbursed loans for stablisation and structural adjustment to more than 70 development countries. These ... price policies of borrowers. Now affect a large number of structural features of the economies of borrowing countries.
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CAT1998122
Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. We have moved from the old organised model to today's unorganised one. In the orderly, stable organised world, there was certainty and convention. In the global unorganised ... cope with it. Inability to comprehend simple things and the tendency to be complex in outlook. None of the above.
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CAT1998117
Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. If western civilisation is in a state of permanent crisis, it is not far fetched to suggest that there may be something wrong with its education. No civilisation, I ... . Thinking is being knowing application of preexisting ideas to a situation. application of fixed ideas to a situation.
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CAT1998115
Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. If western civilisation is in a state of permanent crisis, it is not far fetched to suggest that there may be something wrong with its education. No civilisation, I am ... view of society and its problems. the gulf between science and literature is created by society. none of the above.
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CAT1998112
Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. If western civilisation is in a state of permanent crisis, it is not far fetched to suggest that there may be something wrong with its education. No ... administrators, and the entire community. Politicians and the literary intellectuals. Politicians and the layman. All of the above.
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CAT1998105
Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. For many Europeans, India evoked a picture of Maharajas, snake charmers, and the ropetrick. This has lent both allure and romanticism to things which are ... healthy attitudes which its people exhibited. Its preoccupation with the esoteric. Its indifference to magic. The absence of Satan
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CAT1998100
Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. It is well known that industry is an important contributor to the development process of any country. Much of the developments are based on the use of ... been generated by industry Reducing the generation of pollutants in industries Treatment of pollution by end of pipe technology.
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CAT199896
Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. Every lover of words knows that these little symbolic units of meaning can be as contradictory as subatomic particles sometimes are. This may well be nature's ... selfreferential is paradoxical. Anything in shades of grey is paradoxical Anything in a rich and fertile ground is paradoxical
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CAT199895
$A, B, C, D, ., X, Y, Z$ are the players who participated in a tournament. Everyone played with every other player exactly once. $A$ win scores $2$ points, a draw scores $1$ point and a lose scores $0$ points. None of the ... in accordance with the alphabetical order. Then. $M$ wins over $N$ $N$ wins over $M$ $M$ does not play with $N$ None of these
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CAT199894
Consider a 99 digit number created by writing side by side the first fifty four natural number as follows: $12345678910111213…….5354$ The above number when divided by $8$ will leave a remainder of $6$ $4$ $2$ $0$
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CAT199893
From a barrel containing $500$ml of alcohol, $3$ cups of alcohol are poured into a barrel containing $500$ml of water. After mixing the contests well, $3$ cups of the mixture are poured into the barrel of alcohol. The percentage of water ... ? The former is greater than the latter The two are equal The latter is greater than the former Cannot be determined
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CAT199892
What is the digit in the unit place of $2^{51}$? $2$ $8$ $1$ $4$
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CAT199891
I started climbing up the hill at 6 a.m. and reached the temple at the top at 6 p.m. Next day I started coming down at $6$ a.m. and reached the foothill at $6$ p.m. I walked on the same road. The road is so short that only one ... where I reached at the same time on both the days. There cannot be a spot where I reached at the same time on both the days.
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CAT199890
Kamal Babu came home just after judging a beauty contest where there were four semifinalists, Ms. Andhra Pradesh, Ms. Uttar Pradesh, Ms. Maharashtra and Ms. West Bengal. His wife was very keen on knowing who the winner was and Kamal Babu ... on the above information: What was the colour of the saree that Ms. Uttar Pradesh was wearing? White Green Red Yellow
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CAT199889
Kamal Babu came home just after judging a beauty contest where there were four semifinalists, Ms. Andhra Pradesh, Ms. Uttar Pradesh, Ms. Maharashtra and Ms. West Bengal. His wife was very keen on knowing who the winner was and ... information: Who was wearing the red saree? Ms. Andhra Pradesh Ms. Uttar Pradesh Ms. West Bengal Cannot be uniquely determined
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CAT199888
Kamal Babu came home just after judging a beauty contest where there were four semifinalists, Ms. Andhra Pradesh, Ms. Uttar Pradesh, Ms. Maharashtra and Ms. West Bengal. His wife was very keen on knowing who the winner was and ... and Ms. Maharashtra Ms. Andhra Pradesh and Ms. Uttar Pradesh Ms. Ut tar Pradesh and Maharashtra Cannot be uniquely determined
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CAT199887
Kamal Babu came home just after judging a beauty contest where there were four semifinalists, Ms. Andhra Pradesh, Ms. Uttar Pradesh, Ms. Maharashtra and Ms. West Bengal. His wife was very keen on knowing who the winner was and ... above information: What was the colour of the saree that Ms. Andhra Pradesh was wearing? White Yellow Red Cannot be determined
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CAT199886
A company imports component $A$ from Germany and component $B$ from USA. If then assembles them along with other components to produce a machine used in a chemical process. Component $A$ contributes $30$% to the production cost and component $B$ ... To achieve a profit margin of 10%, the selling price must exceed the production cost by $10$% $20$% $12$% $15$%
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CAT199885
A company imports component $A$ from Germany and component $B$ from USA. If then assembles them along with other components to produce a machine used in a chemical process. Component $A$ contributes $30$% to the production cost and component $B$ ... unable to increase the selling price by more than $10$%. The current margin of profit is: 10% 15% 12% 8%
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CAT199884
My ten year old nephew Debu adores chocolates, likes biscuits, and hates apples. One evening I took him to a super market and told him that he could buy as many chocolates as he wanted, but then he should have twice that number of biscuits and ... following can possibly be the amount spent by me on Debu's evening snacks? Rs.$34$ Rs.$16$ Rs.$25$ None of these
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CAT199883
I have one rupee coins, fifty paise coins and twenty five paise coins. The number of coins are in the ratio $2.5 : 3: 4$. If the total amount with me is Rs. $210$, find the number of one rupee coins: $90$ $85$ $100$ $105$
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CAT199882
How many five digit numbers can be formed using $2, 3, 8, 7, 5$ exactly once such that the number is divisible by $125$? $0$ $1$ $4$ $4$
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CAT199881
The number of students who have opted the subjects $A, B, C$ are $60, 84, 108$ respectively. The examination is to be conducted for these students such that only the students of the same subject are allowed in one room. Also the number ... be same. What is the minimum number of rooms that should be arranged to meet all these conditions? $28$ $60$ $12$ $21$
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CAT199880
Suppose shirts of only three colours, namely, red, blue and green are available. Further, suppose Amar does not wear a red shirt. Akbar does not wear a green shirt and Anthony does not wear a blue shirt. If any two of them wear shirts of the same colour ... shirt is red. D. The colour of Amar's shirt is blue and that of Akbar's shirt is red. $0$ $2$ $1$ $3$
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CAT199879
Suppose shirts of only three colours, namely, red, blue and green are available. Further, suppose Amar does not wear a red shirt. Akbar does not wear a green shirt and Anthony does not wear a blue shirt. If Akbar and Anthony wear shirts ... colour of Amar's shirt is definitely blue The colour of Amar's shirt is not green None of the above is necessarily true
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CAT199878
Ramesh, Ram, Kareem and Mohan collected coins of different countries. Ramesh collected $54$ coins. If Kareem collected two more than double the number collected by Mohan, the number collected by Kareem was A. They collected $100$ all together. B. ... less than $10$. C. Each collected an even number. D. Each collected a different number. $10$ $30$ $22$ $26$
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CAT199877
Ramesh, Ram, Kareem and Mohan collected coins of different countries. If Ramesh collected $54$ coins, we can say (on the basis of information obtained so far) that the difference in numbers collected by the boy who collected the most and the ... less than $10$. C. Each collected an even number. D. Each collected a different number. $30$ $18$ $26$ $12$
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CAT199876
Ramesh, Ram, Kareem and Mohan collected coins of different countries. Based on the above, we can say that the number of coins collected by the boy who collected the most could not have exceeded A. They collected $100$ all together. B. None collected less than $10$. C. Each collected an even number. D. Each collected a different number. $64$ $2154$ $60$ $58$
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CAT199875
A is the set of positive integers such that when divided by $2,3,4,5,6$ leaves the remainders $1,2,3,4,5$ respectively. How many integers between $0$ and $100$ belong to set $A$? $0$ $1$ $2$ None of these
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CAT199874
A certain number when divided by $899$ leaves the remainder $63$. Find the remainder when the same number is divided by $29$. $5$ $4$ $1$ Cannot be determined.
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CAT199873
Three wheels can complete respectively $60, 36, 24$ revolutions per minute. There is a red spot on each wheel that touches the ground at time zero. After how much time all these spots will simultaneously touch the ground again? $5/2$ seconds $5/3$ seconds $5$ seconds $7.5$ seconds
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CAT199872
Four identical circular coins are placed inside the square $ABCD$ as in the following diagram: If for each coin, (area/circumference) = (circumference/ area) then the area not occupied by the corns in $ABCD$ is $8(4\pi)$ $16(8\pi)$ $16(4\pi)$ None of these
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CAT199871
A man engaged a servant on the condition that he would pay him Rs. $90$ and also give him a turban after service of one year. He served only for nine months and received a turban and Rs. $65$. Find the value of the turban in rupees. $10$ $9$ $0$ $2.50$
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CAT199870
A, B, C, D are to be seated in a row. But C and D cannot be together. Also B cannot be at the third place. If A and B are together then which of the following must be necessarily false? C is not at the first place A is at the second place D is at the first place C is at the first place
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CAT199869
A, B, C, D are to be seated in a row. But C and D cannot be together. Also B cannot be at the third place If $A$ is not at the third place, then $C$ has which of the following option only? The first place only The third place only The first and the third place only Any of the places
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CAT199868
A, B, C, D are to be seated in a row. But C and D cannot be together. Also B cannot be at the third place. Which of the following must be false? A is at the first place A is at the second place A is at the third place A is at the fourth place
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CAT199867
A cow is tethered at A by a rope. Neither the rope nor the cow is allowed to enter the triangle $ABC$. $m\angle A=30^{\circ}$ $1(AB)=1(AC)=10m.$ $1(BC)=6m$ What is the area that can be grazed by the cow if the length of the rope is 12 m? $133 1/6$ p sq.m $121$ p sq.m $132$ p sq.m $176/3$ p sq.m
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CAT199866
A cow is tethered at A by a rope. Neither the rope nor the cow is allowed to enter the triangle ABC. $m\angle A=30^{\circ}$ $1(AB)=1(AC)=10m.$ $1(BC)=6m$ What is the area that can be grazed by the cow if the length of the rope is $8$ m? $133 1/6 \pi$ sq.m $121 \pi$ sq.m $132 \pi$ sq.m $176/3$ p sq.m
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