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CAT 1999 | Question: 85
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 ... and want to sit together. Which of the following may not be seated at either end of the table? C D G F
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CAT 1999 | Question: 84
Answer the question based on the following information. A, B, C, D, E and F are a group of friends from a club. There are two housewives, one lecturer, one architect, one accountant and one lawyer in the group. There are two married couples in the group. The lawyer ... married to D and E is not a housewife. How many members of the group are male? $2$ $3$ $4$ None of these
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CAT 1999 | Question: 83
Answer the question based on the following information. A, B, C, D, E and F are a group of friends from a club. There are two housewives, one lecturer, one architect, one accountant and one lawyer in the group. There are two married couples in the ... is a lecturer. A is married to D and E is not a housewife. What is the profession of E? Lawyer Architect Lecturer Accountant
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CAT 1999 | Question: 82
Answer the question based on the following information. The following table presents the sweetness of different items relative to sucrose, whose sweetness is taken to be $1.00.$ Lactose 0.16 Maltose 0.32 Glucose 0.74 Surcose 1.00 Fructose 1.70 Saccharin 675.00 Approximately how many times ... glucose, sucrose and fructose in the ratio of $1 : 2 : 3?$ $1.3$ $1.0$ $0.6$ $2.3$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 81
Answer the question based on the following information. The following table presents the sweetness of different items relative to sucrose, whose sweetness is taken to be $1.00.$ Lactose 0.16 Maltose 0.32 Glucose 0.74 Surcose 1.00 Fructose 1.70 Saccharin 675.00 What is ... saccharin to make a mixture that will be at least $100$ times as sweet as glucose? $7$ $8$ $9$ $100$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 80
Answer the question based on the following information. A young girl Roopa leaves home with x flowers, goes to the bank of a nearby river. On the bank of the river, there are four places of worship, standing in a row. She dips all the x flowers into ... with no flowers in hand. The minimum number of flowers with which Roopa leaves home is $16$ $15$ $0$ Cannot be determined
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CAT 1999 | Question: 79
Answer the question based on the following information. A young girl Roopa leaves home with x flowers, goes to the bank of a nearby river. On the bank of the river, there are four places of worship, standing in a row. She dips all the x flowers into ... flowers in hand. The minimum number of flowers that could be offered to each deity is $0$ $15$ $16$ Cannot be determined
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CAT 1999 | Question: 78
Answer the question based on the following information. A young girl Roopa leaves home with x flowers, goes to the bank of a nearby river. On the bank of the river, there are four places of worship, standing in a row. She dips all the x flowers into the ... no flowers in hand. If Roopa leaves home with 30 flowers, the number of flowers she offers to each deity is 30 31 32 33
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CAT 1999 | Question: 77
Answer the question based on the following information. Ten coins are distributed among four people P, Q, R and S such that one of them gets one coin, another gets two coins, the third gets three coins and the fourth gets four coins. It is known that Q ... together get at least four coins. R and S together get at least five coins. P and R together get at least five coins.
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CAT 1999 | Question: 76
Answer the question based on the following information. Ten coins are distributed among four people P, Q, R and S such that one of them gets one coin, another gets two coins, the third gets three coins and the fourth gets four coins. It is known that Q gets more ... coins than S. Q gets more coins than S. P gets more coins than S. P and Q together get at least five coins.
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CAT 1999 | Question: 75
Answer the question based on the following information. Ten coins are distributed among four people P, Q, R and S such that one of them gets one coin, another gets two coins, the third gets three coins and the fourth gets four coins. It is known that Q gets ... number of coins. R gets an odd number of coins. S gets an even number of coins. S gets an odd number of coins.
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CAT 1999 | Question: 74
There is a square field of side 500 m long each. It has a compound wall along its perimeter. At one of its corners, a triangular area of the field is to be cordoned off by erecting a straight-line fence. The compound wall and the fence will form its borders. If the length ... m, what is the maximum area that can be cordoned off? 2,500 sq m 10,000 sq m 5,000 sq m 20,000 sq m
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CAT 1999 | Question: 73
There is a circle of radius 1 cm. Each member of a sequence of regular polygons S1(n), n = 4, 5, 6, ..., where n is the number of sides of the polygon, is circumscribing the circle: and each member of the sequence of regular polygons S2(n), n = 4, 5, 6, ... ... $\frac{\pi}{4}$ greater than 1 less than 2 greater than 2 less than $\frac{\pi}{4}$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 72
Navjivan Express from Ahmedabad to Chennai leaves Ahmedabad at 6.30 a.m. and travels at 50 kmph towards Baroda situated 100 km away. At 7.00 a.m. Howrah-Ahmedabad Express leaves Baroda towards Ahmedabad and travels at 40 kmph. At 7.30 a.m. Mr Shah, the ... track. How much time does he have to avert a head-on collision between the two trains? 15 min 20 min 25 min 30 min
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CAT 1999 | Question: 71
Abraham, Border, Charlie, Dennis and Elmer, and their respective wives recently dined together and were seated at a circular table. The seats were so arranged that men and women alternated and each woman was three places away from her husband. Mrs Charlie sat to ... of Mrs Border. Who sat to the right of Mr Abraham? Mrs Dennis Mrs Elmer Mrs Border Mrs Border or Mrs Dennis
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CAT 1999 | Question: 70
If $n^2= 12345678987654321$, what is n? 12344321 1235789 111111111 11111111
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CAT 1999 | Question: 69
Three labelled boxes containing red and white cricket balls are all mislabelled. It is known that one of the boxes contains only white balls and another one contains only red balls. The third contains a mixture of red and white balls. You are required to ... the label on the box you should sample? white red red and white Not possible to determine from a sample of one ball
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CAT 1999 | Question: 68
The figure below shows two concentric circles with centre O. PQRS is a square inscribed in the outer circle. It also circumscribes the inner circle, touching it at points B, C, D and A. What is the ratio of the perimeter of the outer circle to that of polygon ABCD? $\frac{\pi}{4}$ $\frac{3\pi}{2}$ $\frac{\pi}{2}$ ${\pi}$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 67
For two positive integers a and b define the function h(a,b) as the greatest common factor (G.C.F) of a, b. Let A be a set of n positive integers. G(A), the G.C.F of the elements of set A is computed by repeatedly using the function h. The minimum number of times h is required to be used to compute G is $\frac{1}{2} \: n$ $(n-1)$ $n$ None of these
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CAT 1999 | Question: 66
In a survey of political preferences, 78% of those asked were in favour of at least one of the proposals: I, II and III. 50% of those asked favoured proposal I, 30% favoured proposal II and 20% favoured proposal III. If 5% of those asked favoured all three of the proposals, what percentage of those asked favoured more than one of the three proposals? 10 12 17 22
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CAT 1999 | Question: 65
If $n = 1+ x$ where $x$ is the product of four consecutive positive integers, then which of the following is/are true? n is odd n is prime n is a perfect square A and C only A and B only A only None of these
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CAT 1999 | Question: 64
If $|r − 6| = 11$ and $|2q − 12| = 8$, what is the minimum possible value of $\frac{q}{r}$? $- \frac{2}{5}$ $\frac{2}{17}$ $\frac{10}{17}$ None of these
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CAT 1999 | Question: 63
Forty per cent of the employees of a certain company are men, and 75% of the men earn more than Rs. 25,000 per year. If 45% of the company’s employees earn more than Rs. 25,000 per year, what fraction of the women employed by the company earn less than or equal to Rs. 25,000 per year? $\frac{2}{11}$ $\frac{1}{4}$ $\frac{1}{3}$ $\frac{3}{4}$
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CAT 1999 | Question: 62
Total expenses of a boarding house are partly fixed and partly varying linearly with the number of boarders. The average expense per boarder is Rs. 700 when there are 25 boarders and Rs. 600 when there are 50 boarders. What is the average expense per boarder when there are 100 boarders? 550 580 540 570
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CAT 1999 | Question: 61
The speed of a railway engine is 42 kmph when no compartment is attached, and the reduction in speed is directly proportional to the square root of the number of compartments attached. If the speed of the train carried by this engine is 24 kmph when 9 compartments are attached, the maximum number of compartments that can be carried by the engine is 49 48 46 47
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CAT 1999 | Question: 60
For a scholarship, at the most n candidates out of 2n + 1 can be selected. If the number of different ways of selection of at least one candidate is 63, the maximum number of candidates that can be selected for the scholarship is 3 4 6 5
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CAT 1999 | Question: 59
Ten points are marked on a straight-line and 11 points are marked on another straight-line. How many triangles can be constructed with vertices from among the above points? 495 550 1045 2475
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CAT 1999 | Question: 58
The remainder when 7$^{84}$ is divided by 342 is 0 1 49 341
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CAT 1999 | Question: 57
Let a, b, c be distinct digits. Consider a two-digit number ‘ab’ and a three-digit number ‘ccb’, both defined under the usual decimal number system, if $(ab)^2= ccb > 300$ then the value of b is 1 0 5 6
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CAT 1999 | Question: 56
The number of positive integer valued pairs (x, y) satisfying $4x – 17y = 1$ and $x \leq 1000$ is 59 57 55 58
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CAT 1999 | Question: 55
Arrange the sentences A, B, C and D to form a logical sequence between sentences 1 and 6. The reconstruction of history by post-revolutionary science texts involves more than a multiplication of historical misconstructions. Because they aim ... discoveries and inventions that, when gathered together, constitute the modern body of technical knowledge. BADC ADCB DACB CBDA
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CAT 1999 | Question: 54
Arrange the sentences A, B, C and D to form a logical sequence between sentences 1 and 2. High-powered outboard motors were considered to be one of the major threats to the survival of the Beluga whales. With these, hunters could ... to noise to evolve an ‘avoidance’ strategy to outsmart hunters and their powerful technologies. DACB ACDB ADCB DBAC
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CAT 1999 | Question: 53
Arrange the sentences A, B, C and D to form a logical sequence between sentences 1 and 2. According to recent research, the critical period for developing language skills is between the age of three and five years. The read-to child ... away the highest yet found between home influences and school Their comprehension of language is therefore very high. DACD ADCB ABCD BDCA
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CAT 1999 | Question: 52
Arrange the sentences A, B, C and D to form a logical sequence between sentences 1 and 6. Picture a termite colony, occupying a tall mud hump on an African plain. Hungry predators often invade the colony and unsettle the balance. The colony flourishes ... of How can we account for a mysterious ability to respond like this to events on the distant surface? BADC DBAC ADCB BDCA
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CAT 1999 | Question: 51
Arrange the sentences A, B, C and D to form a logical sequence between sentences 1 and 6. Making people laugh is tricky. At times, the intended humour may simply not come off. Making people laugh while trying to sell them something is a ... the hardsell for a more entertaining approach, some agencies have rather thrown out the baby with the bath-water. CDBA ABCD BADC DCBA
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CAT 1999 | Question: 50
Read the passage and answer the question: In Sun-tzu and other Chinese writings, the highest achievement of arms is to defeat an adversary without fighting. He wrote: To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of ... Americans failed to understand the Asian culture of war that was based on stealth and surprise. Clausewitz is inferior to Sun-tzu.
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CAT 1999 | Question: 49
Read the passage and answer the question: In Sun-tzu and other Chinese writings, the highest achievement of arms is to defeat an adversary without fighting. He wrote: To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of ... enemies. the Viet Cong took strategic advice from Mao Zedong. the Viet Cong used bows and arrows rather than conventional weapons.
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CAT 1999 | Question: 48
Read the passage and answer the question: In Sun-tzu and other Chinese writings, the highest achievement of arms is to defeat an adversary without fighting. He wrote: To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme ... degrees of sophistication. their attitude to guerilla warfare. their differing conceptions of the structure, time and sequence of a war.
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CAT 1999 | Question: 47
Read the passage and answer the question: In Sun-tzu and other Chinese writings, the highest achievement of arms is to defeat an adversary without fighting. He wrote: To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. ... should be undertaken only after thorough preparation. War is linked to politics. War should not be left to the generals alone.
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CAT 1999 | Question: 46
Read the passage and answer the question: In Sun-tzu and other Chinese writings, the highest achievement of arms is to defeat an adversary without fighting. He wrote: To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme ... to obliterate the enemy once and for all. Manipulation of an adversary without his knowledge. Subduing an enemy without fighting.
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