vb

© All Rights Reserved

8 tayangan

vb

© All Rights Reserved

- Volumes
- Pizzazz-D
- Addmath Project popcorn 2012
- Growing Shapes
- Some Basics of Ma Thematic Calculations
- m2_u5
- Question - Set 1, Paper 1
- UK Junior Mathematical Olympiad 2010
- Altitude
- Print Geo Hw Due Feb 24
- geometry calendar 14 15 spring2 1
- Digital Textbook
- Intersection and Development
- adolphus math lesson plan 7th grade
- Chapter 7-Intersection and Development
- Arch Circle
- maths mcqs.docx
- Constructions and Loci
- mmc
- projec_optimization.pdf

Anda di halaman 1dari 19

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Directions (Q. 1-5): Read the following passages and answer the questions that follow.

Ever since the dawn of civilization, persons in power have tried to control education. During the

Christian Era, the ecclesiastics controlled the institution of education and diffused among the people the

gospel of the Bible and religious teachings. They taught the poor people to be meek and to earn their bread

with the sweat of their brow, while the priests and the landlords lived in luxury. During the Renaissance,

education passed from the clutches of the priests into the hands of the prince. It became more secular. Thus,

under the control of the monarch, education began to preach the infallibility of the monarch which meant

that the king could do no wrong. With the advent of Industrial Revolution, education no longer remaining

the privilege of the baron class, but was thrown open to the new rich merchant class. The philosophy in

vogue during this period was that of baissez Faire restricting the function of the state to merely keeping

law and order, while in actual practice the law of the jungle prevailed in the form of free competition and the

survival of the fittest.

1. During the Christian Era, the institution of education was controlled by

1. The monarchs 2. The secular leaders of the society

3. The common people 4. The church and the priests

2. During the Renaissance, education was controlled by

1. The common people 2. The secular leaders of the society

3. The prince 4. The church and the priests

3. Under the control of monarch, education began to preach

1. That kings were gods 2. That the king was infallible

3. That the king, like common man could also do wrong 4. None of the above

4. With the advent of Industrial Revolution, education

1. was the sole privilege of the baron class 2. Was thrown open to the new rich merchant class

3. was free for the poor 4. None of the above

5. The philosophy of Laissez Faire stands for

1. joint control of the means of production by the state and private enterprise

2. individual freedom in the economic field

3. state control of the means of production

4. restriction the function of the state to merely keeping law and order

Directions (Q. 6-25): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic

error in it. The error if any, will be in one part of the sentence, i.e, in 1, 2, 3 or 4. Do not look for

errors in spelling and punctuation. When you find an error in a sentence, mark the incorrect part. If

there is no error, mark 5.

6. My father told me 1/ that if I do not 2/ study seriously 3/ I would fail. 4/ No error 5/

7. The girl who 1/ met you 2/ yesterday 3/ is my cousin sister. 4/ No error 5/

8. The teacher asked 1/ the student 2/ why had he 3/ not done his framework. 4/ No error 5/

9. I want 1/ to get rid from 2/ this bad habit 3/ immediately. 4/ No error 5/

10. The news that 1/ the Lebanon Prime Minister 2/ was killed 3/ in aircrash is correct. 4/ No error 5/

11. Be careful 2/ lest you will 2/ fall 3/ and hurt yourself. 4/ No error 5/

12. I, along with my parents 1/ were 2/ present 3/ at the reception. 4/ No error 5/

13. Although I tried 1/ my best 2/ I could not prevent him to do 3/ that mischief. 4/ No error 5/

14. Many persons 1/ who came to attend the meeting 2/ did not know 3/ each other. 4/ No error 5/

15. The telephone bell 1/ rang 2/ when I 3/ took bath. 4/ No error 5/

2 KALINGA ACADEMY

16. I am working 1/ in the office 2/ for a 3/ very long period. 4/ No error 5/

17. If you would have 1/ come to me 2/ in time 3/ I would have helped you. 4/ No error 5/

18. He asked me 1/ if the number of dacoities 2/ this year were more than 3/ that of the last year. 4/ No

error 5/

19. Unless you do not 1/ study seriously 2/ you will not pass 3/ the examination. 4/ No error 5/

20. The suspected terrorists 1/ was remanded 2/ by the judge 3/ to a week. 4/ No error 5/

21. Everyone except me 1/ have been 2/ able to solve 3/ all the sums. 4/ No error 5/

22. No sooner 1/ did I reach home 2/ then 3/ it started raining. 4/ No error 5/

23. He has 1/ been studying 2/ in this college 3/ from 1975 4/ No error 5/

24. One of my sister 1/ is a 2/ doctor 3/ in English 4/ No error 5/

25. I knew 1/ that he will fail 2/ because he did not 3/ study seriously. 4/ No error 5/

Directions: (Q. 26-35): Fill up the pairs of blanks in the following sentences using appropriate

prepositions from among the four alternatives given below each sentence.

26. If you spend _________ your means, you will run _________ debt.

1. above, in 2. beyond, into3. above, into 4. beyond, in

27. He shook me ___________ the hand and helped me __________ with my coat.

1. by, on 2. with, on 3. at, on 4. off, on

28. He is terribly absorbed __________ his work _________ bacteria.

1. with, of 2. with, on 3. in, with 4. in, on

29. I refuse to be classed ___________ the man __________ the street.

1. with, of 2. with, into 3. to, of 4. with, in

30. Mohan never agrees __________ me __________ anything.

1. to, for 2. with, for 3. with, on 4. to, in

31. These trousers will last ________ donkeys years without wearing _____________.

1. upto, in 2. upto, out 3. for, in 4. for, out

32. _________ all your patent medicines, you havent cured me __________ this cold.

1. of, of 2. of, from 3. with, of 4. with, from

33. This almirah is made ________ iron but burfi is made _________ khoya.

1. of, of 2. of, from 3. from , of 4. in, of

34. Do you know how to look ___________ a word in the dictionary ?

1. about 2. for 3. into 4. on

35. Why do you boast __________ your wealth ?

1. in 2. about 3. of 4. for

Directions (Q. 36-40): Tick mark the choice that correctly explains the idiom.

36. Between Scylla and Charybdis

1. between two hills 2. Between two rivers 3. Between two enemies 4. Between two dangers

37. Achilles heel

1. bare-foot 2. To run fast 3. To wait on somebody 4. Ones vulnerable or susceptible spot

38. To know which side the bread is buttered on

1. to know where ones interest lies 2. To be a glutton

3. To be fond of rich diet 4. To know how to increase ones income

39. To eke out

1. to subtract 2. To supplement 3. To etch 4. To oust

40. To be in the doldrums

3 KALINGA ACADEMY

1. to be in low spirits 2. To be within doors 3. To praise loudly 4. To be in a crisis

Directions (Q. 41-45): Tick mark the word with the correct spelling.

41. 1. Plebeian 2. Plibeian 3. Plebian 4. Plebiean

42. 1. Unparaleid 2. Unparraleled 3. Unparalleled 4. Unparalelled

43. 1. Aparthid 2. Apartheit 3. Apartheid 4 aperheid

44. 1. Baroque 2. Baruque 3. Barokue 4. Barooque

45. 1. Sabateurs 2. Saboteurs 3. Seboteurs 4. Saboteors

Directions (Q. 46-50): In each of these questions, the sentences have been given in Active / Passive

voice. From the given alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the given sentence in Passive /

Active voice :

46. I do not like people keeping me waiting.

1. I do not like people are kept me waiting. 2. I do not like people were kept me waiting.

3. I do not like being kept waiting. 4. I do not like people are being kept waiting.

47. Has a dog ever bitten you ?

1. Has a dog ever bites you ? 2. Have you ever been bitten by a dog ?

3. You are bitten by a dog. 4. Have you ever being bitten by a dog ?

48. They will ask you a lot of questions at the interview.

1. You will be asked a lot of questions at the interview.

2. You are asked a lot of questions at the interview.

3. You are being asked a lot of questions at the interview.

4. You were being asked a lot of questions at the interview.

49. Our colleague was given a gift when she retired.

1. Our colleagues gave us a gift when she retired.

2. Our colleague was given a gift by us when she retired .

3. A gift was given to our colleague when she retired.

4. We gave our colleague a gift when she retired.

50. The thief climbed over the wall without being seen.

1. The wall was climbed over by the chief without being seen.

2. The thief was climbed over the wall without being seen.

3. Without being seen, the thief climbed over the wall.

4. The thief climbed over the wall without anyone seeing him.

Directions (Q. 51-55): Read the following passage carefully and choose the best answer to each

question out of the four given alternatives.

Just as there are basic laws and principles that control your physical world, there are basic laws and

principles that control your mental world as well. Before you can hope to operate your human success

system properly, you need to know the basic laws that determine your behaviour and affect your very being.

In this regard, you have no choice. You cannot decide to bypass these laws in all mental working and

will always operate successfully to bring about the results you keep telling your mind you want.

The human mind is very much like a sophisticated electronic computer. When you acquire any new

piece of advanced equipment, you normally take some time to carefully read the manual and basic operating

instructions before turning it on to make it work. Operating instructions are important. They tell you how to

get maximum performance out of the device, taking into account the specific tasks it was designed to

perform. It should be the same with operating your own miraculous built-in machine.

4 KALINGA ACADEMY

You were born as the most advanced living organism in the world, yet you lack the precise knowledge

to get the most out of your internal success system. Of Course, your automatic goal-stirring mechanism is

always successful. But it is properly more successful at getting you what you dont want in life rather than

what you do want. Understanding the mental laws will help you get what you do want, more often.

51. We need to know the basic laws that govern our behaviour patterns in order to

1. Be efficient in all we undertake 2. Manage our human success system properly

3. Know right from wrong 4. Emerge triumphant in all situations

52. These basic laws influence all mental workings and always operate successfully to achieve

1. What we cherish most 2. What we attempt to do

3. What we tell our minds we want 4. What we want in our subconscious

53. For all machines, operating instructions are important because

1. They teach us the basics about the machine

2. They tell us the machines value

3. They familiarize us with it

4. They teach us how to use the machine in a manner as to get the best possible results out of it.

54. According to the passage, the most advanced living organism in the word is

1. An electronic computer 2. Only the reader of the passage 3. The writer himself 4. Mankind

55. The automatic goal strirring mechanism of our body is successful mostly

1. In keeping us happy 2. In achieving what we dont want in life

3. In keeping alive the competitive spirit in us 4. In always encouraging us.

Directions (Q. 56-60): in the following questions the first and the last sentences of the passage are

numbered 1 and 6. The rest of the passage is split into four parts and named P, Q, R, and S. These

four parts are not given in their proper order. Read the sentences and find out which of the four

combinations is correct. Then find the correct answer.

56. 1. Fighting a fire demands a lot of strength and endurance.

P. The breathing unit may weigh as much as 25 kilograms.

Q. The protective clothing the fire-fighter wears will weigh about 10 kilograms.

R. The fire-fighter will normally wear an oxygen mask and carry on oxygen tank.

S. Apart from these, he will have to carry the hose and other tools.

6. The weight of the hose and other tools, the fire-fighter carries, will be around 50 kilograms.

1. QPRS 2. QRPS 3. QSPR 4. SPRQ

57. 1. We were taking tea at the Rathna Tea Stall.

P. We found a tourist but which had just rammed into a tamarind tree on the roadside.

Q. We rushed out of the tea stall.

R. We helped the passengers to get out of the bus.

S. Suddenly we heard a loud noise followed by a cry for help.

6. We informed the hospital and also the police about accident.

1. SQPR 2. QSRP 3. PRSQ 4. RSQP

58. 1. Democracy is the primary goal of our Indian Constitution.

P. If representatives do not rule according to the wishes of the people, they are changed in the next

election.

Q. In a democracy, the people are the rulers.

R. New representatives who are aware of the needs of the people take their place.

S. They rule through their elected representatives.

5 KALINGA ACADEMY

6. Thus in a democracy, the responsibilities of the people are great.

1. SQPR 2. QPSR 3. QSPR 4. QSRP

59. 1. Satellites have been launched into space for various purposes.

P. The other satellites we have launched are the Bhaskara, Apple and Insat- IA, IB, IC.

Q. We have launched our first satellite Aryabhatta on 19th April, 1975.

R. Our latest achievement is the launching of PSLV rocket.

S. Therefore in satellite technology, we are able to compete with other developed countries.

6. Only a few other countries have developed satellite technology.

1. QPRS 2. QRPS 3. SQPR 4. SQRP

60. 1. National Integrity means National Unity for all.

P. They are the evils of Communalism and Regionalism.

Q. Our Government is taking steps to remove such tendencies.

R. But there are some evil tendencies in our society to hamper our unity.

S. The feeling of Indianness should be achieved to preserve our unity.

6. And this is what every Indian should aim at.

1. SRQP 2. QPRS 3. QRPS 4. QSPR

Directions (Q. 61-70): In the following questions, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech.

Out of the four alternatives suggested, selected the one which best expresses the same sentence in

Indirect Direct speech.

61. She said, Let them play.

1. She advised that we should be allowed to play.

2. She advised that you should be allowed to play.

3. She advised that they would be allowed to play.

4. She advised that they should be allowed to play.

62. Ramesh said, Sarla will not dance.

1. Ramesh said that Shrla will not dance.

2. Ramesh said that Sarla would not dance.

3. Remesh said if Sarla would not dance.

4. Ramesh said when Sarla would not dance.

63. The professor said, Alas! He is no more.

1. The professor exclaimed with sorrow that he was no more.

2. The professor exclaimed with surprise that he was no more.

3. The professor exclaimed with sorrow that I was no more.

4. The professor exclaimed with sorrow that she had been no more.

64. He said to me. Do you know who is there ?

1. He asked me if I knew who was there.

2. He asked me that I knew who was there.

3. He asked me if he knew who was there.

4. He asked me if you knew who was there.

65. He said, Thanks for reminding me.

1. He thanked me reminding him.

2. He thanked me for reminding him.

3. He thanks me for reminding him.

4. He thanks me for reminding you.

6 KALINGA ACADEMY

66. He said, Hello, what are you doing ?

1. He greeted and asked me what I was doing.

2. He greeted and asked me what was I doing.

3. He greeted and asked me what he was doing.

4. He greeted and asked him what I was doing.

67. She said, Congratulations!

1. She congratulated me.

2. She congratulates me.

3. She congratulated him.

3. She congratulated him.

4. She had congratulated me.

68. She said, Farewell my dear friends.

1. She bade farewell for her friends.

2. She bade farewell her friends.

3. She bade farewell to her friends.

4. She Birds farewell to her friends.

69. He said to the peon, Let the visitor have his cap.

1. He ordered the peon that the visitor might be allowed have my cap.

2. He ordered the peon that the visitor might be allowed to have his cap.

3. He requested the peon that the visitor might be allowed to have his cap.

4. He told to the peon the visitor, might be allowed to have his cap.

70. He says, Mohan will write a letter.

1. He says that Mohan will write a letter.

2. He says that Mohan would write a letter.

3. He says that Mohan should write a letter.

4. He says that Mohan will have written a letter.

Directions (Q. 71-80): Each of the following ten questions has got a key word followed by a four

alternatives. Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.

71. AMELIORATE

1. Enhance 2. Improve 3. Heighten 4. Remedy

72. DRENCH

1. Wet 2. Rain 3. Soak 4. Dry

73. AMENABLE

1. Tractable 2. Deserving 3. Implorable 4. Mystify

74. IMPLORE

1. Quit 2. Try 3. Harass 4. Supplicate

75. MUNIFICENT

1. Stingy 2. Generous 3. Minute 4. Confined

76. SUSPENSE

1. Doubt 2. Misgiving 3. Anxiety 4. Fruition

77. AUSTERE

1. Lenient 2. Easy 3. Severe and morally strict 4. Ample

78. SUMPTUOUS

7 KALINGA ACADEMY

1. Lavish 2. Vast 3. Plenty 4. Hearty

79. ESTEEM

1. Ridicule 2. Humiliate 3. Respect 4. Indict

80. VERDICT

1. Demand 2. Instinct 3. Judgement 4. Exactitude

Directions (Q. 81-90): In the following questions, choose the word from the choices 1, 2, 3 and 4 which

is opposite in meaning to the given word.

81. AGITATED

1. Superior 2. Calm 3. Cold 4. Self-possessed

82. CAPTIVATE

1. Seize 2. Repel 3. Subjugate 4. Enthrall

83. CAUSTIC

1. Pleasing 2. Straight 3. Ornamental 4. Mordant

84. HERBIVOROUS

1. Tangential 2. Vegetarian 3. Carnivorous 4. Weak

85. SECRETIVE

1. Vague 2. Anxious 3. Candid 4. Shallow

86. CHASTE

1. Unadorned 2. Virtuous 3. Elegant 4. Immoral

87. STEADFAST

1. Capricious 2. Satisfied 3. Scattered 4. Insured

88. RECENT

1. Latest 2. Previous 3. Later 4. Present

89. UPBRAID

1. Chide 2. Fret 3. Disapprove 4. Praise

90. SPECIFIC

1. Accurate 2. Vague 3. Inspired 4. Granted

Directions (Q. 91-100): In the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered.

These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, four words are suggested, one of

which fits the blanks appropriately. Find out the appropriate word.

Driving into Pushkar, it was impossible to miss those accident walls 91 like the battlement of a

fortress, on the left side of the man road half 92 among the trees. Intrigued, I 93 the driver of my car about

the structure. The driver said that it was an old temple, and not 94 a visit. So, like others, I headed to the

Pushkar Lake and entered the temple of Brahma and the 95 waters of the lake. It is reputed that all wishes

are 96 with a 97 in these waters. I, too, took the dip. Later, religious sentiments 98, I was free to give 99 to

my curiosity, for I had not been able to get those half-hidden walls out of my 100.

91. 1. Rising 2. Erect 3. Emerging 4. Imposing

92. 1. Visible 2. Hidden 3. Emerging 4. Viewed

93. 1. Told 2. Asked 3. Spoke 4. Enquired

94. 1. Suitable 2. For 3. Worth 4. Requiring

95. 1. Important 2. Pleasant 3. Attractive 4. Sacred

96. 1. Appeared 2. Granted 3. Satisfied 4. Heard

97. 1. Swim 2. Jump 3. Dip 4. Ride

8 KALINGA ACADEMY

98. 1. Cured 2. Appeased 3. Granted 4. Satisfied

99. 1. Up 2. Of 3. In 4. Of

100. 1. Heart 2. Mind 3. Thinking 4. Feeling

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

1

101. The average of five numbers is 41 and the sum of the second and the third number is 3

2

3

times the first number. The sum of the fourth and the fifth number is 5 times the first number.

4

What is the average of the first, the second and the third number ?

1. 48.25 2. 42.25 3. 46.50 4. 46.25 5. 30

102. The difference between the digits of a two-digit number is 3 and the number obtained by

interchanging its digits is 75% more than the original number. What is the difference between the

sum of the digits and the difference of the digits ?

1. 12 2. 9 3. 6 4. 5 5. None of these

103. The age of B two years hence is 33.33% more than the age of A. If the ratio of the ages of A

after 3 years and the age of B two years before is 11 : 12, then what will be the ratio of the age of A

after 5 years to the age of B 3 years before ?

1. 2 : 1 2. 1 : 2 3. 3 : 1 4. 1 : 1 5. None of these

104. A milkman mixes 25 litres of water with 75 litres of milk. After selling one-fifth of this

mixture, he adds water to replenish the quantity that he has sold. What is the current proportion of

water to milk ?

1. 2 : 3 2. 3 : 2 3. 4 : 5 4. 5 : 4 5. 1 : 3

105. A certain company employed of 234 women and 198 men and the average wage was Rs.

30.25 per day. If a man got Rs. 6 more than a woman, then what is the daily wage of a man ?

1. Rs. 33.5 2. Rs. 33.25 3. Rs. 32.75 4. Rs. 34.25 5. None of these

106. The weight of container alone is 16.66% of the container filled with a certain liquid. When

some liquid is moved the weight of the container and the remaining liquid is 33.33% of the total

original weight. What fraction of liquid has been removed ?

1. 1/3 2. 3. 2/3 4. 5. None of these

107. A man bought goods worth Rs. 4096 and sold one-sixth of these at 12%, one-third at 9% and

one-fourth at 10% profit. Then at what loss per cent must he sell the remaining good so as to get no

profit or loss on the whole ?

1. 30% 2. 28% 3. 27.6% 4. 29.6% 5. None of these

3 3

108. A, B and C together have Rs. 85500. If of As amount is equal to of Bs amount is

16 8

3

equal to of Cs amount, how much amount does B have ?

14

1. Rs. 18000 2. Rs. 22000 3. Rs. 37500 4. Rs. 36000 5. None of these

109. A rectangular lawn 65 metres by 40 metres has two roads each 5 metres wide running in the

middle of it, are parallel to length and the other parallel to the breadth. The cost of gravelling the

road at Rs. 6.50 per square metre is

1. Rs. 2850 2. Rs. 3125 3. Rs. 3250 4. Rs. 3050 5. Rs. 2780

110. Find the number of ways of arranging a man and 8 women at a circular table so that the man

always sits on a particular seat.

9 KALINGA ACADEMY

1. 7! 2. 9! 3. 6! 4. 8! 5. 4! 3!

111. A sum of money amounts to Rs. 1150 after 3 years and Rs. 1250 after 5 years at the same rate

of simple interest. What s the rate of interest per annum ?

1. 10% 2. 15% 3. 12% 4. 5% 5. 12%

112. If the interest is compounded half-yearly then find the compound interest on Rs. 1600 at the

1

rate of 10% for 1 years.

2

1. Rs. 201.76 2. Rs. 252.2 3. Rs. 176.75 4. Rs. 220 5. Rs. 240

113. A and B dig a pond in 18 days and 27 and respectively. If the total expense of digging a pond

is Rs. 1800 then how much more will A get than B ?

1. Rs. 720 2. Rs. 1080 3. Rs. 360 4. Rs. 180 5. Rs. 540

114. Two pipes can fill a cistern in 15 minutes and 18 minutes respectively. These are opened

alternatively for 1 minute each, starting with the first. In how much time will the cistern be filled ?

1. 16 minutes 20 seconds 2. 16 minutes 15 seconds 3. 26 minutes 15 seconds

4. 12 minutes 1 second 5. 10 minutes 15 seconds

115. The radius of a wheel is 70 cm. it completes 600 rotations in 1 minute. What is its speed ?

1. 45 m/s 2. 30 m/s 3. 40 m/s 4. 22 m/s 5. 44 m/s

116. The cost of the making first fifteen hundred copies of a book is Rs. 1500. It costs y rupees to

make each subsequent copy. The cost to make the first 7500 copies of the book is Rs. 7080. Find y.

1. 0.92 2. 0.89 3. 0.93 4. 0.87 5. None of these

117. Two numbers are such that half of the first number added to one-fourth of the second number

is equal to the difference of two and half times the first number and thirteen times, one-twelfth of the

second number (in the same order). Find the ratio of the two numbers.

1. 3 : 2 2. 2 : 3 3. 4 : 3 4. 3 : 4 5. None of these

118. There are three persons Amit, Bharghav and Chaitanya. Amits salary is 25% less than

1

Bhargavs salary, Chaitainyas salary is 4 % more than Bhargavs salary. By what percentage is

6

Amits salary less than Chaitainyas salary ?

1. 39% 2. 28% 3. 41% 4. 20% 5. None of these

119. An article was sold after allowing successive discounts of 10%, 15% and 20% respectively. If

a single discount of 45% was allowed, the seller would have got Rs. 124 less. What was the marked

price of the article ?

1. Rs. 2000 2. Rs. 2400 3. Rs. 3000 4. None of these 5. Cannot be determined

120. Prabhat and Akbar start a business with capitals Rs. 6,00,000 and Rs. 8,40,000 respectively.

Prabhat manages the business and draws a salary of Rs. 9,600 per month. They earn Rs. 6 lakhs at

the end of one year. What is Prabhats total income at the end of an year ?

1. Rs. 3,17,200 2. Rs. 3,08,200 3. Rs. 2,02,200 4. Rs. 2,13,520 5. None of these

121. What annual instalement under simple interest will discharge a debt of Rs. 66,000 due in 3

years at 10% p.a. if instalments are paid at the end of the years ?

1. Rs. 26,000 2. Rs. 23,000 3. Rs. 20,000 4. Rs. 24,000 5. None of these

122. A trader buys a printing machine for Rs. 1,25,000. He spends Rs. 25,000 on the purchase of

accessories. The rate of depreciation on the machine including accessories is 20% every year. After

two years, he sells it for Rs. 1,02,000. What is his profit or loss percentage ?

10 KALINGA ACADEMY

1. 15% loss 2. 6.25% profit 3. 18.4% loss 4. 7.5% profit 5. None of these

123. The simple interest on a sum for five years is half of the sum. If the same sum is kept at

compound interest, compounded annually it amounts to Rs. 5,856.4 in four years. What is the sum ?

1. Rs. 4000 2. Rs. 3000 3. Rs. 3600 4. Rs. 4200 5. None of these

124. If A travelled a certain distance at 6 kmph, he would have reached his destination 10 minutes

early. If he travelled it at 4 kmph, he would have reached his destination 10 minute late. Find the

speed at which he must travel to reach his destination on time (in kmph).

1. 5 2. 5.4 3. 4.8 4. 4.5 5. None of these

125. X and Y are two points and XY = 8.5 km. P started from X at 1 p.m. Q started from X at 1 :

19 : 30 p.m. at 22 kmph. After reaching Y, P immediately returned and met Q at a point 3 km from

Y. Find Ps speed (in kmph).

1. 20 2. 25 3. 24 4. 30 5. None of these

126. A train 150 meters long crosses a pole in 7.5 seconds. Another train of the same length

crosses a platform, 250 metres long, in 40 seconds. What is the difference in the distance covered by

the two trains in 2 hours ?

1 36 km 3. 72 km 3. 18 km 4. 54 km 5. None of these

127. Train P takes 30 seconds to cross a 200 m long bridge. Train Qs length as well as its speed

are 50% more than those of P. Find the time that Q would take to cross a 300 m long bridge (in

seconds).

1. 15 2. 25 3. 20 4. 30 5. None of these

128. In 2008, Ravi spent Rs. 5000 per month on an average for the first 4 months, Rs.6500 per

month on an average in the next 5 months and Rs. 4500 per month on an average in the last 3

months. His savings were Rs. 18,000 in that year. Find his average monthly income for the given

year (in Rs.) ?

1. Rs. 6000 2. Rs. 6400 3. Rs. 6600 4. Rs. 7000 5. None of these

129. Vessel P contains solution of milk and water in the ratio 2 : 3 whereas vessel Q contains

solution of milk and water in the ratio of 1 : 2. If 5 litres of solution from P is mixed with 15 litres of

solutions from Q, find the ratio of milk and water in the final mixture ?

1. 11 : 20 2. 19 : 40 3. 7 : 13 4. 13 : 24 5. None of these

130. The average salary of some workers in an office is Rs. 4800 per amonth. If the managers

salary is added the average salary become Rs. 6000, if the annual salary of the manager is Rs.

3,31,200 then What is the number of workers in the office ?

1. 16 2. 17 3. 18 4. 19 5. None of these

131. A and B can do a piece of work in 40 days and 30 days respectively. They together started the

work but A left 2 days before the completion of the work. In how many days will the entire work be

completed ?

1. 16 2. 17 3. 18 4. 15 5. None of these

132. There are 88 men in a hostel. Provisions for them last for 21 days if 3 kg per day is consumed

by each man. For how many days will the same provisions last for 12 men if the rate of consumption

of each man is 2 kg per day ?

1. 226 2. 239 3. 248 4. 231 5. None of these

133. Six persons can complete a work in six days. All the six persons start the work but one person

leaves at the end of the first day. In how many days was the total work be completed ?

11 KALINGA ACADEMY

1. 8 2. 4 3. 10 4. 7 5. None of these

134. When a student weighing 61 kg joined a class, the average weight of the class went up by 1.5

kg. When another student of weight 59 kg joined the class, the average weight of the class went up

by another 0.5 kg. Find the initial average weight of the class.

1. 55 kg 2. 56 kg 3. 57 kg 4. 54 kg 5. None of these

1

135. Ramu runs at a speed which is 2 times the speed of Raju. Ramu beats Raju by 35 seconds

3

in a certain race. Find the time taken by Raju to complete the race.

1. 20 seconds 2. 60 seconds 3. 26 seconds 4. 61.25 seconds 5. None of these

136. A question paper contains 15 questions. In how many ways can a student attempt 10

questions, if he attempts exactly four questions from the first six questions ?

1. 315 2. 610 3. 252 4. 1260 5. None of these

137. A bag contains 6 red balls, 4 black balls and 3 white balls. The probability that drawing three

balls of same colour is

25 25 42 1

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. None of these

286 216 81 6

138. If a card is picked from a well-shuffled pack of cards then what is probability that it is an ace

or red coloured card ?

3 7 1 1

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. None of these

13 13 12 8

139. Two cubes of edges 8 cm each are joined side by side to form a cuboid. Find the lateral

surface area of the cuboid formed (in sq cm).

1. 384 2. 324 3. 336 4. 348 5. None of these

140. A solid metallic hemisphere of radius 24 cm is drawn into a wire of thickness 16 cm. What is

the length of the wire ?

1. 72 cm 2. 36 cm 3. 54 cm 4. 18 cm 5. None of these

Directions (Q. 141-145): These questions are based on the following information. The annual income

of a family of two Rekesh and Ramesh is $100,000. The income of Rakesh and Ramesh are in the

ratio 2 : 3. The expenditure of the two members under different heads along with their savings is

given in the pie charts.

12 KALINGA ACADEMY

Ramesh Tours

Rakesh 5%

Medicines

Misc.

Tours

5%

15%

20% Daily

Charities

needs

10%

Daily 20%

needs

15%

Savin

gs Savings

20% 25% Parties

Shopp

35%

ing

30%

1. $ 16,000 2. $ 18,000 3. $ 17,000 4. $ 19,000 5. None of these

142. The savings of Rakesh is what percentage more than the amount spent by Ramesh on

miscellaneous items ?

1. 9.9% 2. 11.11% 3. 15% 4. 10% 5. None of these

143. Had 10% of Rakeshs savings been spent on daily needs, then the expenses for daily needs

would have been what percentage of the familys annual income ?

1. 18% 2. 17% 3. 19% 4. 20% 5. None of these

144. The expenses by both the persons together under how many heads was more than 15% of the

familys annual income ?

1. 2 2. 3 3. 0 4. 1 5. None of these

145. If Ramesh wants to give 5% of her income of charity, then find the minimum number of

heads under which she should cut her expenses, if the reduction under any head cannot be more than

10% ?

1. 1 2. 4 3. 3 4. 2 5. None of these

Directions (Q. 146-150): These questions are based on the following line graph which shows the

performance of students of six schools P, Q, R, S, T and U in a board exam.

13 KALINGA ACADEMY

1600 Total no of Students Passed Passed with distinction

1300 1500

1400 1500

1400

1200 1000 1000 1250 1250

1000

1000

800

500 750 800

600

400 600

500

200 400 400 350

300

0

P Q R S T U

146. In which of the following schools is the percentage of students passing without a distinction,

the least ?

1. P 2. R 3. S 4. U 5. None of these

147. In how many schools is the pass percentage at least 80 ?

1. 1 2. 2 3. 3 4. 4 5. None of these

148. In which of the following schools is the ratio of the number of students passing with

distinction to those failing, the least ?

1. Q 2. R 3. P 4. T 5. None of these

149. Considering all the six schools, what per cent of the students have passed with distinction ?

1. 33.1% 2. 33.8% 3. 34.2% 4. 35.6% 5. None of these

150. What is the ratio of the total number of students who failed to those who passed, in all the six

schools together ?

1. 43 : 121 2. 21 : 37 3. 43 : 111 4. 21 : 38 5. None of these

151. The height of a right circular cone and the radius of its circular base are respectively 9 cm and

3 cm. The cone is cut by a plane parallel to its base so as to divide it into two parts. The volume of

the frustum (i.e., the lower part) of the cone is 44 cubic cm. The radius of the upper circular surface

22

of the frustum (taking = ) is

7

1. 3 12 cm 2. 3 13 cm 3. 3 6 cm 4. 3 20 cm

152. The ratio of radii of two right circular cylinders is 2 : 3 and their heights are in the ratio 5 : 4.

The ratio of their curved surface area is

1. 5 : 6 2. 3 : 4 3. 4 : 5 4. 2 : 3

1

153. A solid cylinder has total surface area of 462 sq cm. Curved surface area is rd of its total

3

surface area. The volume of cylinder is

1. 530 cm3 2. 536 cm3 3. 539 cm3 4. 545 cm3

154. A cylinder and a cone have equal radii of their bases and equal heights. If their curved surface

areas are in the ratio 8 : 5. The ratio of their radius and height is

1. 1 : 2 2. 1 : 3 3. 2 : 3 4. 3 : 4

14 KALINGA ACADEMY

155. A solid is hemispherical at the bottom and conical above. If the surface areas of the two parts

are equal, then the ratio of radius and height of its conical part is

1. 1 : 3 2. 1 : 1 3. 3 : 1 4. 1 : 3

156. Base of a right prism is an equilateral triangle of side 6 cm. If the volume of the prism is 108

3 cc, its height is

1. 9 cm 2. 10 cm 3. 11 cm 4. 12 cm

157. The perimeter of the triangular base of a right prism is 15 cm and radius of the circle of the

triangular base is 3 cm. If the volume of the prism be 270 cm3, then the height of the prism is

1. 6 cm 2. 7.5 cm 3. 10 cm 4. 12 cm

158. A semi-circular sheet of metal of diameter 28 cm is bent into an open conical cup. The depth

of the cup is approximately.

1. 11 cm 2. 12 cm 3. 13 cm 4. 14 cm

159. The radius and the height of a cone are in the ratio 4 : 3. The ratio of the curved surface area

and total surface are of the cone is

1. 5 : 9 2. 3 : 7 3. 5 : 4 4. 16 : 9

22

160. The diameter of a cylinder is 7 cm and its height is 16 cm, using the value of = , the

7

lateral surface area of the cylinder is

1. 352 cm2 2. 350 cm2 3. 355 cm2 4. 348 cm2

161. If the internal bisectors of the ABC and ACB of ABC meet at O and also BAC = 80o,

then BOC is equal to

1. 50o 2. 160o 3. 40o 4. 130o

162. O is the in-centre of the ABC, if BOC = 116o, then BAC is

1. 42o 2. 62o 3. 58o 4. 52o

163. The area of the circumcircle of an equilateral triangle is 3 sq. cm. The perimeter of the

triangle is

1. 3 3 cm 2. 9 cm 3. 18 cm 4. 3 cm

164. In ABC, A = 90 and AD BC where D lies on BC. If BC = 8 cm, AC = 6 cm, then

o

ABC : ACD = ?

1. 4 : 3 2. 25 : 16 3. 16 : 9 4. 25 : 9

165. Inside a triangle ABC, A straight line parallel to BC interests AB and AC at the points P and

Q respectively. If AB = 3 P, then PQ : BC is

1. 1 : 3 2. 3 : 4 3. 1 : 2 4. 2 : 3

166. If the median drawn on the base of a triangle is half its base, the triangle will be :

1. right- angled 2. acute-angled 3. obtuse-angled 4. equilateral

167. Taking any three of the line segments out of segments of length 2 cm, 3 cm, 5 cm and 6 cm,

the number of triangles that can be formed is :

1. 3 2. 2 3. 1 4. 4

168. Two circles of same radius 5 cm, intersect each other at A and B. If AB = 8 cm, then the

distance between the centres is :

1. 6 cm 2. 8 cm 3. 10 cm 4. 4 cm

169. ABCD is a rhombus. AB is produced to F and BA is produced to E such that AB = AE = BF.

Then :

15 KALINGA ACADEMY

1. ED > CF 2. ED CF 3. ED2 + CF2 = EF2 4. ED || CF

170. The radius of the circumcircle of a right angled triangle is 15 cm and the radius of its

inscribed circle is 6 cm. Find the sides of the triangle.

1. 30,40,41 2. 18,24,30 3. 30,24,25 4. 24,36,20

171. The area (in sq. unit) of the triangle formed in the first quadrant by the line 3x + 4y = 12 is

1. 8 2. 12 3. 6 4. 4

1 1

172. If x > 1 and x2 + 2 = 83, then x 3 3 is

x x

1. 764 2. 750 3. 756 4. 760

2

1 1

173. If a 3, then a3 + 3 = ?

a a

1. 2 3 2. 2 3. 3 3 4. 0

1 1

174. If a = 7 - 4 3 , the value of a a is

2 2

1. 3 3 2. 4 3. 7 4. 2 3

175. Terms a, 1, b are in Arithmetic Progression and terms 1, a, b are in Geometric Progression.

Find a and b given a b.

1. 2.4 2. -2.1 3. 4. 1 4. -2.4

1 1 1 1 1 1

176. If x 0, y 0 an z 0 and 2 2 2 , then the relation among x, y, z is

x y z xy yz zx

1 1 1

1. x + y + z = 0 2. x + y = z 3. 0 4. x = y = z

x y z

177. If a2 + 1 = a, then the value of a12 + a6 + 1 is :

1. -3 2. 1 3. 2 4. 3

178. If x + y + z = 2(x-y-z) 3, then the value of 2x 3y + 4z is [Assume that x, y, z are all real

2 2 2

numbers] :

1. 9 2. 1 3. 3 4. 0

a b b c c a a b c

179. If a + b + c = 0, then the value of is :

c a b b c c a a b

1. 8 2. -3 3. 9 4. 0

1 1

180. If a, b, c are non-zero, a 1 and b 1 , then the value of abc is :

b c

1. -1 2. 3 3. -3 4. 1

181. If the angle of elevation of the Sun charges from 30o to 45o, the length of the shadow of a

pillar decreases by 20 metres. The height of the pillar is

1. 20 ( 3 -1) m 2. 20 ( 3 +1) m 3. 10 ( 3 -1)m 4. 10 ( 3 +1) m

182. There are two vertical posts, one on each side of a road, just opposite to each other. One post

is 108 metre high. From the top of this post, the angles of depreciation of the top and foot of the

other post are 30o and 60o respectively. The height of the other post, in metre, is

1. 36 2. 72 3. 108 4. 110

16 KALINGA ACADEMY

8sin 5cos

183. If tan = 1, then the value of is

sin 2 cos3 7 cos

3

1 4

1. 2 2. 2 3. 3 4.

2 5

184. If be a positive acute angle satisfying cos2 + cos4 = 1, then the value of tan2 + tan4 is

3 1

1. 2. 1 3. 4. 0

2 2

185. The simplified value of (sec A cos A)2 + (cosec A sin A)2 (cot - tan A)2 is

1

1. 0 2. 3. 1 4. 2

2

186. If tan 7 tan 2 = 1, then the value of tan 3 is

1 1

1. 3 2. 3. 4. 3

3 3

8sin 5cos

187. If tan = 2, then the value of is

sin 2 cos3 3cos

3

21 8 7 16

1. 2. 3. 4.

5 5 5 5

1 tan 1 tan

188. The value of 2 cos 2 1 is

1 tan 1 tan

1. 4 2. 1 3. 3 4. 2

189. If cos + sec = 2, the value of cos6 + sec6 is

1. 4 2. 8 3. 1 4. 2

5 2

190. The numerical value of 3sin 2 is :

sec 1 cot 2

2

1. 5 2. 2 3. 3 4. 4

7

191. is equal to

16 6 7 16 6 7

1 1 1 1

1. 2. 3. 4.

2 3 4 5

192. The largest among the numbers 7 5, 5 3, 9 7, 11 9 is

1. 7 5 2. 5 3 3. 9 7 4. 11 9

2 4 3

1. 2. 1 3. 4.

3 3 4

17 KALINGA ACADEMY

1

194. is equal to

3

4 3 2 1

1. 3

2 1 2. 3

2 1 3. 3 2 1 4. 1 3 2

1 1 1 1

195. ...... is equal to

1 2 2 3 3 4 99 100

1. 10- 99 2. 2 10 3. 7 4. 9

3 6

196. If 3 = 1.732, the value of is

5 3 2 12 32 50

1. 4.899 2. 2.551 3. 1.414 4. 1.732

2 1

197. If 2a - 3 = 0, the value of a 3 3 2 is

a a

35 40 47

1. 5 2. 3. 4.

8 7 8

3

198. If x = , then the value of 1 x 1 x will be

2

1

1. 2. 2 3 3. 3 4. 2

3

1 1

199. If x3 + y3 = 35 and x + y = 5, the value of is

x y

4 3 5 3

1. 2. 3. 4.

7 8 6 5

x2 y2 z2 a b c

200. If 1, then the value of is

by cz cz ax ax by a x b y c z

1. -1 2. 2 3. 1 4. -2

18 KALINGA ACADEMY

ANSWER

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

1-4. 2-3. 3-2. 4-2. 5-4. 6-2. 7-4. 8-3. 9-2. 10-5. 11-2. 12-2. 13-3. 14-4.

15-4. 16-1. 17-1. 18-3. 19-1. 20-4. 21-2. 22-3. 23-4. 24-1. 25-2. 26-2. 27-1. 28-4.

29-4. 30-3. 31-4. 32-3. 33-2. 34-2. 35-3. 36-4. 37-2. 38-1. 39-2. 40-1. 41-1. 42-3.

43-3. 44-1. 45-2. 46-3. 47-2. 48-1. 49-3. 50-1. 51-2. 52-3. 53-4. 54-4. 55-2. 56-2.

57-1. 58-3. 59-1. 60-1. 61-4. 62-2. 63-1. 64-1. 65-2. 66-1. 67-1. 68-3. 69-2. 70-1.

71-2. 72-3. 73-1. 74-4. 75-2. 76-3. 77-3. 78-1. 79-3. 80-3. 81-2. 82-2. 83-1. 84-3.

85-3. 86-4. 87-1. 88-2. 89-4. 90-2. 91-1. 92-2. 93-2. 94-3. 95-4. 96-2. 97-3. 98-2.

99-3. 100-2.

QUANTITIATIVE APTITUDE

101-4. 102-3. 103-4. 104-1. 105-1. 106-3. 107-1. 108-1. 109-3. 110-2. 111-4. 112-2. 113-3. 114-1.

115-5. 116-3. 117-2. 118-2. 119-1. 120-1. 121-3. 122-2. 123-1. 124-3. 125-1. 126-3. 127-4. 128-4.

129-3. 130-3. 131-3. 132-4. 133-4. 134-1. 135-4. 136-4. 137-1. 138-2. 139-1. 140-2. 141-3. 142-2.

143-1. 144-1. 145-4. 146-1. 147-3. 148-4. 149-4. 150-4. 151-2. 152-1. 153-3. 154-4. 155-4. 156-4.

157-4. 158-2. 159-1. 160-1. 161-4. 162-4. 163-2. 164-3. 165-4. 166-1. 167-2. 168-1. 169-2. 170-2.

171-3. 172-3. 173-4. 174-2. 175-4. 176-4. 177-4. 178-2. 179-3. 180-1. 181-4. 182-2. 183-1. 184-2.

185-3. 186-3. 187-1. 188-4. 189-4. 190-1. 191-1. 192-2. 193-3. 194-2. 195-4. 196-4. 197-4. 198-3.

19 KALINGA ACADEMY

199-3. 200-3.

- VolumesDiunggah olehSushobhan Sanyal
- Pizzazz-DDiunggah olehMichael Powell
- Addmath Project popcorn 2012Diunggah olehWei Jie 잊으려고
- Growing ShapesDiunggah olehiaindowner
- Some Basics of Ma Thematic CalculationsDiunggah olehloganathan
- m2_u5Diunggah olehBurning Train
- Question - Set 1, Paper 1Diunggah olehPuteri Nurfatin
- UK Junior Mathematical Olympiad 2010Diunggah olehndcuong1980
- AltitudeDiunggah olehnandakumar
- Print Geo Hw Due Feb 24Diunggah olehblackneonz
- geometry calendar 14 15 spring2 1Diunggah olehapi-243270272
- Digital TextbookDiunggah olehAnonymous 4cVWwg4H
- Intersection and DevelopmentDiunggah olehAbdulrazzak Aman
- adolphus math lesson plan 7th gradeDiunggah olehapi-302003457
- Chapter 7-Intersection and DevelopmentDiunggah olehamdeva
- Arch CircleDiunggah olehLuis Fernando Hernandez
- maths mcqs.docxDiunggah olehcarryon66
- Constructions and LociDiunggah olehEslam Saif
- mmcDiunggah olehGen Li Togy
- projec_optimization.pdfDiunggah olehFattihiEkhmal
- 2003 Metrobank Mtap Elimination Grade 5Diunggah olehMa Therese Montessori
- Prop of surf.pdfDiunggah olehTamonash Jana
- 2011AMC8ws-25Diunggah olehdminor3rd7617
- FHA4.pdfDiunggah olehMashrur Abid
- GeometryDiunggah olehstq
- Mathex_Year_10_2012Diunggah olehqwerty
- Pair of Linear Equation Maths Class 10 EXamplerrrrDiunggah olehSmak Sun
- Copy of Centroids and Centre of GravityDiunggah olehsakshm gupta
- tcs newDiunggah olehmohan
- AreaDiunggah olehAfandi Mohamad Zaini

- second semester mapDiunggah olehapi-256798980
- Grade 11 Mcr3uDiunggah olehnonoo
- GRE170Diunggah olehAnnabelle Guan
- Ainley Stephen._(1977) Mathematical PuzzlesDiunggah olehOscar Reynaga Alarcón
- KPS Answer Keys 5th Jan 2017Diunggah olehmishba k
- IJRRAS_13_2_33Diunggah olehrocinguy
- 000.pdfDiunggah olehmrmer
- Geo Project Tri Cntr 2011Diunggah olehSara
- Mathematics Form 1 & 2 Short Simple Notes By Kelvin 3E/2018Diunggah olehKelvin
- Www.textbooksonline.tn.Nic.in Books Std06 Std06 III MSSS EM 1Diunggah olehbharathidasanmnm
- JanuaryDiunggah olehNasseem Saeed
- Anónimo-Sex in FlatlandDiunggah olehespiscolatio
- 0580_s17_qp_22Diunggah olehyuke kristina
- Lintel BeamDiunggah olehVarinder Singh
- 10-06-2007 (ACME) PAPERDiunggah olehNilesh Gupta
- Year 11 Methods Chapter 1Diunggah olehJovicaSutev
- Mathematics formulas for high school and engineering examinations (IIT-JEE) by {Charm-Quark}.pdfDiunggah olehRon Hart
- ak reviewDiunggah olehprasad
- 2 1 1 a centroidsDiunggah olehapi-325609619
- Fg 201121Diunggah olehOdi Nag Kolonk
- 6th_maths_test_paper_cps.pdfDiunggah olehravilulla
- Vector Algebra - QUESTIONDiunggah olehAdavan Bhavy
- Beskin Dividing Line Segment in Given Ratio LMLDiunggah olehLâm Văn Sa Huỳnh
- NSM10_51_53Diunggah olehGenie
- Math Stations Planning.pdfDiunggah olehTim McElroy
- Math PicDiunggah olehehcurrie
- Types of TrianglesDiunggah olehdoudouthekiller
- Chapter 13 Geometry 13_NCM10A_94662Diunggah olehyddap
- ctsDiunggah olehapi-271188689
- Sang AkuDiunggah olehJosé Maurício Freire

## Lebih dari sekadar dokumen.

Temukan segala yang ditawarkan Scribd, termasuk buku dan buku audio dari penerbit-penerbit terkemuka.

Batalkan kapan saja.