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CAT 1999 | Question: 125
The question has a set of four statements. Each statement has three segments. Choose the alternative where the third segment in the statement can be logically deduced using both the preceding two, but not just from one of them. No cowboys laugh. Some who ... people are pianists. All crazy people are whistlers. Some whistlers are pianists. A and B C only A and D D only
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CAT 1999 | Question: 124
The question has a main statement followed by four statements labelled A, B, C and D. Choose the ordered pair of statements where the first statement implies the second, and the two statements are logically consistent with the main statement. If I talk to my ... needed to take a pill for headache. I did not talk to my professors. AB only DC only CD only AB and CD
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CAT 1999 | Question: 123
The question has a main statement followed by four statements labelled A, B, C and D. Choose the ordered pair of statements where the first statement implies the second, and the two statements are logically consistent with the main statement. Whenever ... about spiders. Rajeev used the Internet. Rajeev dreamt about spiders. Rajeev did not use the Internet. AD DC CB DA
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CAT 1999 | Question: 122
The question has a main statement followed by four statements labelled A, B, C and D. Choose the ordered pair of statements where the first statement implies the second, and the two statements are logically consistent with the main statement. Either Ravana is a demon, or he ... is a demon. Ravana is not a demon. Ravana is not a hero. CD only BA only CD and BA DB and CA
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CAT 1999 | Question: 121
The question has a main statement followed by four statements labelled A, B, C and D. Choose the ordered pair of statements where the first statement implies the second, and the two statements are logically consistent with the main statement. Either the orangutan ... . The orangutan does not frown upon the world. The orangutan is angry. CB only DA only AB only CB and DA
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CAT 1999 | Question: 120
The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the preceding two statements. Example: All ... and Sita are $\text{MBAs}.$ $\text{ABE}$ $\text{ECD}$ $\text{AEB}$ $\text{EBA}$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 119
The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the preceding two statements. ... Some smart people are not Golmal islanders. $\text{BCD}$ $\text{ABE}$ $\text{CBD}$ None of these
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CAT 1999 | Question: 118
The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the preceding two statements. ... driven Technology driven industry is modern. $\text{ABC}$ $\text{ABD}$ $\text{BCA}$ $\text{EBC}$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 117
The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the preceding two ... actors are popular. Ram is handsome. Ram is a popular actor. Some popular people are handsome. ACD ABE DCA EDC
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CAT 1999 | Question: 116
The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the preceding two ... ants. Boys are anteaters. Balaram is an anteater. Balaram likes ants. Balaram may eat ants. DCA ADC ABE ACD
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CAT 1999 | Question: 115
The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the preceding two ... not a criminal. Bundledas is a patriot. Bogusdas is not a patriot. Bogusdas is a criminal. ACB ABC ADE ABE
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CAT 1999 | Question: 114
The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the preceding ... Town Meghana should be destroyed. Town Meghana is polluted. Some towns in India should be destroyed. BDE BAE ADE CDB
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CAT 1999 | Question: 113
The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the preceding two statements. ... apples are sweet. All sweets are tasty. Some apples are not tasty. No apple is tasty. CEA BDC CBD EAC
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CAT 1999 | Question: 112
The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the ... congestion does not cause increased carbon monoxide. Some traffic congestion is not hazardous to health. CBA BDE CDE BAC
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CAT 1999 | Question: 111
The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the ... a software company. Some software companies employ knowledge workers. Tara Tech employs only knowledge workers. ABC ACB CDB ACE
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CAT 1999 | Question: 110
Answer the question based on the following information. Recently, Ghosh Babu spent his winter vacation on Kyakya Island. During the vacation, he visited the local casino where he came across a new card game. Two players, using a normal deck of $52$ playing cards, play this game. ... him was $\text{Rs. 100},$ what was the initial amount he had with him? $120$ $8$ $4$ $96$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 109
Answer the question based on the following information. Recently, Ghosh Babu spent his winter vacation on Kyakya Island. During the vacation, he visited the local casino where he came across a new card game. Two players, using a normal deck of $52$ playing cards, play ... point did he have to borrow any money. What is the minimum possible value of X? $16$ $8$ $100$ $24$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 108
Answer the question based on the following information. Recently, Ghosh Babu spent his winter vacation on Kyakya Island. During the vacation, he visited the local casino where he came across a new card game. Two players, using a normal deck of $52$ playing cards, play ... playing the game when his gain would be maximized, the gain in Rs. would have been $12$ $20$ $16$ $4$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 107
Answer the question based on the following information. Rajiv reaches city B from city A in $4$ hours, driving at speed of $35 \; \text{kmph}$ for the first two hour and at $45 \; \text{kmph}$ for the next two hours. Aditi follows the same route, but drives at three different ... him? $6.67 \; \text{litre}$ $7 \; \text{litre}$ $6.33 \; \text{litre}$ $6.0 \; \text{litre}$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 106
Answer the question based on the following information. Rajiv reaches city B from city A in $4$ hours, driving at speed of $\text{35 kmph}$ for the first two hour and at $\text{45 kmph}$ for the next two hours. Aditi follows the same route, but drives at three different ... below. The quantity of petrol consumed by Aditi for the journey is $8.3$ l $8.6$ l $8.9$ l $9.2$ l
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CAT 1999 | Question: 105
Answer the question based on the following information. A road network (shown in the figure below) connects cities A, B, C and D. All road segments are straight lines. D is the mid-point on the road connecting A and C. Roads AB and BC are at right angles to each ... is the length of the road segment BD? $\text{50 km}$ $\text{52.5 km}$ $\text{55 km}$ Cannot be determined
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CAT 1999 | Question: 104
Answer the question based on the following information. A road network (shown in the figure below) connects cities A, B, C and D. All road segments are straight lines. D is the mid-point on the road connecting A and C. Roads AB and BC are at right ... travelled by Y during the journey is approximately $\text{105 km}$ $\text{150 km}$ $\text{130 km}$ Cannot be determined
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CAT 1999 | Question: 103
Answer the question based on the following information. A road network (shown in the figure below) connects cities A, B, C and D. All road segments are straight lines. D is the mid-point on the road connecting A and C. Roads AB and BC are at right angles to each other ... segment DC is $55$ kmph. What is the average speed of Y? $47.5$ kmph $49.5$ kmph $50$ kmph $52$ kmph
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CAT 1999 | Question: 102
Answer the question based on the following information. A robot moves on a graph sheet with X and Y-axis. The robot is moved by feeding it with a sequence of instructions. The different instructions that can be used in moving it, and their meanings are: Instruction Meaning GOTO( ... $(0, 0)$ if you are prohibited from using the GOTO instruction is $2$ $1$ $\text{x+y}$ $0$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 101
Answer the question based on the following information. A robot moves on a graph sheet with X and Y-axis. The robot is moved by feeding it with a sequence of instructions. The different instructions that can be used in moving it, and their meanings are: Instruction Meaning GOTO (x,y) Move to ... third is WALKY$(4)$. What are the value of x and y? $2, 4$ $0, 0$ $4, 2$ $2,2$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 100
Answer the question based on the information given below: Let x and y be real numbers and let $f(x, y) = |x+y|, F(f(x, y)) = -f(x,y) \text{ and } G(f(x, y)) = -F(f(x, y))$ Which of the following expressions yields $x^2$ as a result? $F(f(x, -x)).G(f(x, -x))$ $F(f(x, x)).G(f(x, x)).4$ $-F(f(x, x)).G(f(x, -x)) \: \log_2 16$ $f(x,x).f(x,x)$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 99
Answer the question based on the information given below: Let x and y be real numbers and let $f(x, y) = |x+y|, F(f(x, y)) = -f(x,y) \text{ and } G(f(x, y)) = -F(f(x, y))$ What is the value of $f(G(f(1,0)), f(F(f(1,2)), G(f(1,2))))$? 3 2 1 0
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CAT 1999 | Question: 98
Answer the question based on the information given below: Let x and y be real numbers and let $f(x, y) = |x+y|, F(f(x, y)) = -f(x,y) \text{ and } G(f(x, y)) = -F(f(x, y))$ Which of the following statements is true? $F(f(x,y)) .G(f(x,y)) = -F(f(x,y)).G(f(x,y))$ ... $F(f(x,y)) .G(f(x,y)) \neq G(f(x,y)).F(f(x,y))$ $F(f(x,y)) +G(f(x,y)) + f(x,y)= f(-x,-y)$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 97
Answer the question based on the following information: There are $50$ integers $a_1, a_2, \dots , a_{50}$, not all of then necessarily different. Let the greatest integer of these 50 integers be referred as G, and the smallest integer be referred to as L. The ... integer x. Then x cannot be less than $2^{10}$ the smallest value of S2 the largest value of S2 (G - L)
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CAT 1999 | Question: 96
Answer the question based on the following information: There are $50$ integers $a_1, a_2, \dots , a_{50}$, not all of then necessarily different. Let the greatest integer of these 50 integers be referred as G, and the smallest integer be referred ... S2 continues to be in descending order. S1 continues to be in ascending order and S2 in descending order. None of the above
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CAT 1999 | Question: 95
Answer the question based on the following information: There are $50$ integers $a_1, a_2, \dots , a_{50}$, not all of then necessarily different. Let the greatest integer of these 50 integers be referred as G, and the smallest integer be referred to as L. The ... S2 had the same sign, then after the change of sign, the largest number of S1 and S2 is in S1. None of the above
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CAT 1999 | Question: 94
Answer the question based on the following information. There are blue vessels with known volumes $v_1 , v_2 ..., v_m$, arranged in ascending order of volume, $v_1 > 0.5$ litre, and $v_m < 1$ litre. Each of these is full of water initially. The water ... $\frac{n}{2}$ $n$ greatest integer less than or equal to $\frac{n}{2}$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 93
Answer the question based on the following information. There are blue vessels with known volumes $v_1 , v_2 ..., v_m$, arranged in ascending order of volume, $v_1 > 0.5$ litre, and $v_m < 1$ litre. Each of these is full of water initially. The water from ... total empty volume in the white vessels at the end of the above process? $mv_m$ $m(1-v_m)$ $mv_1$ $m(1− v_1)$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 92
Answer the question based on the following information. In each of the following questions, a pair of graphs F(x) and F1(x) is given. These are composed of straight-line segments, shown as solid lines, in the domain x $\in (2, -2).$ Choose the answer as if F1(x) = –F(x) if F1(x) = F(–x) if F1(x) = –F(–x) if none of the above is true
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CAT 1999 | Question: 91
Answer the question based on the following information. In each of the following questions, a pair of graphs F(x) and F1(x) is given. These are composed of straight-line segments, shown as solid lines, in the domain x $\in (2, -2).$ Choose the answer as if F1(x) = –F(x) if F1(x) = F(–x) if F1(x) = –F(–x) if none of the above is true
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CAT 1999 | Question: 90
Answer the question based on the following information. In each of the following questions, a pair of graphs F(x) and F1(x) is given. These are composed of straight-line segments, shown as solid lines, in the domain x $\in (2, -2).$ Choose the answer as if F1(x) = –F(x) if F1(x) = F(–x) if F1(x) = –F(–x) if none of the above is true
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CAT 1999 | Question: 89
Answer the question based on the following information. In each of the following questions, a pair of graphs F(x) and F1(x) is given. These are composed of straight-line segments, shown as solid lines, in the domain x $\in (2, -2).$ Choose the answer as if F1(x) = –F(x) if F1(x) = F(–x) if F1(x) = –F(–x) if none of the above is true
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CAT 1999 | Question: 88
Answer the question based on the following information. A rectangle PRSU, is divided into two smaller rectangles PQTU, and QRST by the line TQ. PQ $= 10$ cm. QR $= 5$ cm and RS $= 10$ cm. Points A, B, F are within rectangle PQTU, and points C, D, E are within ... cm. Which is the closest pair of points among all the six given points? B, F C, D A, B None of these
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CAT 1999 | Question: 87
Answer the question based on the following information. A rectangle PRSU, is divided into two smaller rectangles PQTU, and QRST by the line TQ. PQ $= 10$ cm. QR $= 5$ cm and RS $= 10$ cm. Points A, B, F are within rectangle PQTU, and points C, D, E are within the ... and C. The closest pair of points among the six given points is (C, D), (D, E), or (C, E). None of the above
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CAT 1999 | Question: 86
Answer the question based on the following information. Seven university cricket players are to be honoured at a special luncheon. The players will be seated on the dais along one side of a single rectangular table. A and G have to leave the luncheon early and must be ... sit together. Which of the following pairs may not be seated together? E and A B and D C and F G and D
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