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Quantitative Question # 1 The equation |x-1| - |x-2| + |x-4| = m has exactly n real solutions for some real m.

Then which among the following relations between m and n can not be true (a) m/n = 3/5 (b) m = n (c) m/n = 3/2 (d) m/n = 5/3 (e) m = n-1 Quantitative Question # 2 !hen "atrina get#s $wiss chocolcates% she swings in delight% equal to her total chocolates at that time. &or instance% if "atrina gets ' chocolates% then ( chocolates and then ' chocolates again% she at first ma)es ' swings% then she ma)es '+( = 1* swings and then she ma)es '+(+' = 1' swings% ma)ing a total of '+1*+1' = 2+ swings. ,f all of "atrina#s $wiss chocolates are in a grou- of either ' or ( and "atrina ma)es .. swings during the -rocess% in how many different ways can she get the chocolates in that -rocess /a0 ' /b0 + /c0 1 /d0 2 /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 3 2et f/x %y0 be a function satisfying f/x %y0=f/2x + 2y% 2y -2x0 for all x % y. 3efine g/x0=f/24x % *0. !hat is the minimum -ositi5e integer - if g/x+-0=g/x0 for all x /a0 4 /b0 + /c0 6 /d0 12 /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 4 7onsider a triangle 89: so that 89=4% 8:=1 and 9:=+. $imilarly% we ha5e a -oint $ so that 9$=1% :$=4% and 89$: is a -aralleogram /not an isosceles tra-e;ium0. !e draw the angle bisector of < 8% which hits 9$ at T% and the angle bisector of <89T% which intersects 8T at =. Then the length of T= is /5x denotes square root of x0 /a0 ' /b0 45+> ' /c0 25' /d0 .>2 /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 5 Three -ositi5e integers a% b% and c are consecuti5e terms in an arithmetic -rogression. ?i5en that n is also a -ositi5e integer% for how many 5alues of n below 1*** does the equation a42 - b42 - c42 = n ha5e no solutions /a0 416 /b0 4.' /c0 124 /d0 11. /e0 1.+ Quantitative Question # 6 2* teams of fi5e archers each com-ete in an archery com-etetion. @n archer finishing in )th -lace contributes ) -oints to his team% and there are no ties. The team that wins will be the one that has the least score . ?i5en that % the 1st -osition team#s score is not the same as any other team% the number of winning scores that are -ossible is /a0 2'+ /b0 2'( /c0 2'6 /d0 2'. /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 7 8/x0 is a third degree -olynomial and the coefficients of 8/x0 are rational. ,f the gra-h of 8/x0 touches the x-axis% then how many rational roots does 8/x0 = * ha5e /a0 * /b0 1 /c0 2 /d0 ' /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 8 99@3 team decides to go on 5acation for 6 days trusting their A2 software system. The -roblems are fed into the system and date timer set in ad5ance for each 6 days for the questions to be deli5ered to the subscribers daily. Bowe5er% the software follows a weird rule. ,t doesn#t always deli5er the A2 daily in those 6 days% but ne5er misses ' consecuti5e deli5eries. Bow many -ossible ways are there for the A2s deli5ery in those 6 days 1

/a0 1+2

/b0 1'6

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/d0 1(+

/e0 14.

Quantitative Question # 9 Coi; has a machine into which he can -ut any number of one ru-ee coins. ,f he inserts n ru-ees% the machine returns 2n ru-ees. Dach time he uses the machine% howe5er% he must insert more money than he did on the -re5ious use. ,f he starts with exactly :s 1 and use the machine once% he will ha5e :s 2. En his next use of the machine% he is forced to insert :s 2 yielding :s 4% and on his third use of the machine% he can insert either :s ' or :s 4 yielding a total of :s ( or :s 6. The largest 2 digit integer F such that it is im-ossible to obtain exactly F ru-ees with the machine% starting with :s 1 is /a0 1* /b0 +1 /c0 .+ /d0 .( /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 10 :ani draws a square @G73 of side 1 unit. $he then draws 1* straight lines connecting @ to each of 11 equally s-aced -oints lying internally on 73 /including 7 and 30. !hat is the total area /in unit square0 of all the -ossible triangles that can be formed /a0 1 /b0 11>2 /c0 11 /d0 2'>2 /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 11 89: is an acute angled triangle with -erimeter +* cm. $ is a -oint on 9:. The circumcircles of triangles 89$ and 8$: intersect 8: and 89 at T and = res-ecti5ely such that $T = 6 cm and $= = ( cm. ,f <T9: = <9:=% then which of the following re-resents the 5alue of 8T>8= /a0 1+>1. /b0 '>4 /c0 14>1( /d0 1>+ /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 12 Bow many two digit or three digit -ositi5e integers in base + are there such that if * in inserted between the units and the tens digit% the multi-le of the original number is obtained /a0 12 /b0 11 /c0 1+ /d0 16 /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 13 @--le had to study Cathematics from his teacher Erange. @s usual% @--le was slee-ing in the class. ,mmediately he heard a thundering 5oice. H@ll roots of this equation are real as well as -ositi5e in natureH. @--le wo)e u- from dee- slumber. Be hurried to co-y the 1* degree equation written on the board but could co-y only the first two terms written on the blac)board before Erange sir wi-ed it all. @--le howe5er remembered that the constant term was 2. Be noted down the equation as 2x41* - 2*x4.III. + 2 = *. @--le was 5ery sure that if someone would tell him the sum of all the coefficients of all the -owers of x in the equation% he would sol5e it anyhow. Be as)ed Cango about the same. The answer which Cango correctly ga5e was /a0 -1*24 /b0 * /c0 1*24 /d0 Cango himself was confused /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 14 The sum of all the -ossible 5alues of integral n such that /n42-2n04/n42+4(0=/n422n04 /1+n-1+0 is /a0 1+ /b0 1( /c0 16 /d0 1. /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 15

The total number of ( digit -ositi5e integers whose digits are in increasing order /not necessarily strictly0 is /a0 117( /b0 +J + (.4J /c0 147+ /d0 (J - 4.+J /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 16 The 11* contestants of Ciss ,ndia 2*1* are gi5en indi5idual numbers from 1 to 11*. $e5eral rounds ha--en before the final winner is selected. The elimination in each round follows an interesting -attern. ,n the 1st round starting from first contestant% e5ery 'rd contestant is eliminated i.e. 1st% 4th% (th% .... This re-eats again from the first numbered /among the remaining0 contestant in the next round /lea5ing '% 1% 6% .% ... 0. This -rocess is carried out re-eatedly until there is only the winner left. !hat is the number of Ciss ,ndia 2*1* /a0 .' /b0 46 /c0 11. /d0 '6 /e0 14* Quantitative Question # 17 ( umbe! "#stem) 2et ' statements be made /80 1*42- - 1*4- + 1 is di5isible by 1' for the largest integer - < 1* /90 The remainder on di5iding 1+J + 6. by '2' is q /:0 4+72' lea5es remainder r on di5ision by 2' Then -+q+r equals /a0 12 /b0 1. /c0 2+ /d0 '' /e0 none of the foregoing

Quantitative Question # 18 ($ensu!ation) &rom a cylinder of height ' cm and radius 2 cm % two identical cones each of height 2 cm are to be cut such that they ha5e the maximum 5olume. The 5olume of a cone will be /in cubic cm0 /a0 /2>'0K-i /b0 /1.12>'0K-i /c0 /+.1+>'0K-i /d0 /(>'0K-i /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 19 Two )inds of Lod)a are mixed in the ratio 1M2 and 2M1 and they are sold fetching the -rofit 1*N and 2*N res-ecti5ely. ,f the 5od)as are mixed in equal ratio and the indi5idual -rofit -ercent on them are increased by 4>' and 1>' times res-ecti5ely% then the mixture will fetch the -rofit of /a0 16N /b0 2*N /c0 21 N /d0 2'N /e0 7annot be determined

Quantitative Question # 20 A girls and 2A boys -layed a chess tournament. D5ery -layer -layed e5ery other -layer exactly once. The boys won (>1 times as many matches as the girls /and there were no draws0. Then which among the following is definitely false /@ssume 1 -oint for a win and * for a loss0 /a0 Goys -oc)eted -rime number of -oints against girls /b0 ?irls always won twice or more matches than boys won against them /c0 The sum of the scores of to- ' indi5idual -layers was not between 21 and '' /d0 The sum of the scores of to- ' indi5idual -layers was +. /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 21


@mrutesh is standing on 5ertex @ of triangle @G7% with @G = '% G7 = 1% and 7@ = 4. @mrutesh wal)s according to the following -lanM Be mo5es along the altitude-to-the-hy-otenuse until he reaches the hy-otenuse. Be has now cut the original triangle into two trianglesO he now wal)s along the altitude to the hy-otenuse of the larger one. Be re-eats this -rocess fore5er. !hat is the total distance that @mrutesh wal)s /a0 46>21 /b0 12>1 /c0 12 /d0 11 /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 22 The minimum -ossible 5alue of the largest of ab% 1-a-b+ab% and a+b-2ab if * <= a <= b <=1 is /a0 4>. /b0 1>. /c01>. /d01>' /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 23 2et f be a factor of 12*% then the number of -ositi5e integral solutions of xy; = f is /a0 1+* /b0 24* /c0 '2* /d0 46* /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 24 @--le% Gombardier% 7hat.sun and 3oomsayer are to com-ile this year#s 9uant 9uestion @ 3ay. They can finish this wor) together in a certain number of integer days. Bowe5er% they wor) two in a day and it is found that the com-ilation is com-leted when /@--le% Gombardier0% /Gombardier% 7hat.sun0 and /7hat.sun% 3oomsayer0 wor)ed for res-ecti5ely 1% . and 4 days or (% + and 1 days. They could not ha5e all together done the wor) in /a0 6 days /b0 . days /c0 1* days /d0 11 days /e0 12 days Quantitative Question # 25 Through T% the mid--oint of the side 9: of a triangle 89:% a straight line is to meet 89 -roduced to $ and 8: at =% so that 8= = 8$. ,f the length of =: = 2 cm% then the length of 9$ is /a0 '>2 cm / b0 2 cm /c0 1>2 cm /d0 ' cm /e0 none of the foregoing

Quantitative Question # 26 @ new 3ucati is designed for the ,ndian mar)et such that its mileage at a -articular s-eed follows a certain relationshi- with that s-eed. @lso % the s-eed decreases linearly with the mass of the rider while the -etrol consum-tion -er )m increases linearly with the mass of rider .,deally % when the mass of the rider is negligible% the s-eed is 1**)m>hr and mileage is 1**)m>l .!hen the s-eed of the 3ucati is 1* )m>hr % the mileage is 1* )m>l.!hen the s-eed of the 3ucati is (1 )m>hr % the mileage will be /a0 +* )m>l determined /b0 +( )m>l /c0 (2 )m>l /d0 (1 )m>l /e0 7annot be

Quantitative Question # 27 @ function L/a% b0 is defined for -ositi5e integers a% b and satisfies L/a% a0 = a% L/a% b0 = L/b% a0% L/a% a+b0 = /1 + a>b0 L/a% b0. The 5alue re-resented by L/++% 140 is /a0 '+4 /b0 2'1 /c0 411 /d0 4(2 /e0 Aone of the foregoing 4


Quantitative Question # 28 @ cargo shi- circles a lighthouse at a distance 2* )m with s-eed 11** )m>h. @ tor-edo launcher fires a missile towards the shi- from the lighthouse at the same s-eed and which mo5es so that it is always on the line between the lighthouse and the shi-. Bow long does it ta)e to hit /a0 '(.( secs /b0 1+.1( secs /c0 (1.4' secs /d0 .4.2. secs /e0 11'.14 secs

Quantitative Question # 29 7onsider a regular -olygon of - sides .The number of 5alues of - for which the -olygon will ha5e angles whose 5alues in degrees can be ex-ressed in integers /a0 24 /b0 2' /c 0 22 /d0 2* /e021 Quantitative Question # 30 7onsider a -air /x%y0 of natural numbers satisfying x + y42 + g4' = xyg% where g is the greatest common di5isor of x and y .Then % how many such -airs are -ossible (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5 (e) 6 Quantitative Question # 31 2CA is a triangle. $% is t&e an'(e bisecto!) *&e +oint , on -$ is suc& t&at .- , = (2/5) . - $) $% and , meet at / ) ,% = % = /) 0ind an'(e -,%) /a0 +* /b0 1* /c0 41 /d0 .* /e0 Aone of the foregoing

Quantitative Question # 32 AJ is defined for non negati5e integers as AJ=AK/A-10K/A-20K ...'K2K1 . The number of -ositi5e integers which di5ide /241 0J are /a0 241'.'4'.142 /b0 246.'42.142 /c0 2411.'42.1 /d0 246.'4'.14' /e0Aone of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 33 The sum of the infinite series 1>' + 2>21 + '>.1 + 4>2(' + ... is gi5en by which of the following /a0 1>4 /b0 1>2 /c0 '>4 /d0 1 /e0 '>2 Quantitative Question # 34 7onsider a -ositi5e integer F which when re-resented in decimal base%does not end in ;ero. F and the number obtained by re5ersing the digits of F are both multi-les of se5en. 2et the number of such Fs in the set P1* %11%12... ..6%...%1***Q be ". Then ) is gi5en by which of the following /a0 1' /b0 14 /c0 11 /d0 1+ /e0 Aone of the foregoing . Quantitative Question # 35 $hra5ya in5ests some amount of money in a firm C .This amount grows u-to 1*** in 2 years and u-to 11** in ' years on :N com-ound inetrest . Then she goes to another firm A and borrows :s (*** at a com-ound interest of :N . @t the end of each year she -ays bac) :s '*** to firm A . Then % the amount she should -ay to firm A at the end of ' years to clear all the dues is /a0 2'6( /b0 211* /c0 2++( /d0 24(( /e0 Aone of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 36 ,f |/a R b + c0/b R c + a0/c R a + b0| = 11 %where |x| has its usual meaning % then the -ossible number of ordered integral tri-lets /a%b%c0 are


/ b0''



/e0 Aone of the foregoing

Quantitative Question # 37 7onsider a scalen triangle 89:.8oints $ %T and = are selected on sides 9:% 8:% and 89 res-ecti5ely. The lines 8$% 9T% and := meet at -oint F. ,f area/8=F0 = 12+% area/=9F0 = +'% andarea/:TF0 = 24% the area of triangle 89: is /a0 '24 /b0 '11 /c0 '+* /d0 '+4 /e0 '(6

Quantitative Question # 38 There are three runners 5i; % Aishant % 3ee-a) and Cohit who Sog on the same -ath. Aishant goes Sogging e5ery two days. 3ee-a) goes Sogging e5ery four days. Cohit goes Sogging e5ery se5en days. ,f its the first day that they started this routine% what is the total number of days that each -erson will Sog by himself in the next se5en wee)s /a0 12 /b0 1' /c0 14 /d0 11 /e01+ Quantitative Question # 39 7onsider a -olynomial function 8/y0 =y4'+2y42+1 and one another -olynomial function% 9/y0=y44 -'y42+2y+1 .2et there be two more functions $/y0 and T/y0 % that satisfy gcd/ 8/y0%9/y0 0 =$/y0K8/y0 + T/y0K9/y0 .Aow consider a function C/y0 = T/y0 - $/y0 .Then %the -roduct of all the roots of C/y0 is gi5en by /a0 42 /b0 46 /c0 14 /d0 1+ /e0 Aone of the foregoing. Quantitative Question # 40 @ circle -asses through the 5ertex 7 of rectangle @G73 and touches its sides @G and @3 at 8 and 9 res-ecti5ely. ,f the distance from 7 to the line segment 89 is equal to 4 units% then the area of the rectangle @G73 in sq. units /is0 /a0 2* /b0 can not be determined of the foregoing /c0 1+ /d0 greater than 2* /e0 none

Quantitative Question # 41 Caxximus needed to calculate the 5olume of a rectangular room. Be multi-lied the length and the breadth correctly but the breadth had been incorrectly Sotted down% it was one-third larger than what it should ha5e been. To com-ensate for this% he reduced the height by one-third% then multi-lied it on. Be figured this was o)ay since the breadth was equal to the height. Be then found his 5olume was off by 2* m4'. !hat was the actual 5olume /a0 1+* /b0 12* /c0 21* /d0 11. /e0 Aone of the foregoing

Quantitative Question # 42 !hich among the following ha5e the same gra-h /5x denotes square root of x0 ,0 y = x-2 ,,0 y = /x42-40>/x+20 ,,,0 y/x+20 = x42-4 ,L0 y = /5x-520K/5x+520 /a0 , and ,,, only /b0 ,, and ,L only /c0 ,% ,,,% ,L /d0 ,, and ,,, only /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 43 @ll the digits of a 1* digit -ositi5e number are 4 exce-t for the nth digit. ,f the number is di5isible by 1' for some choice of that nth digit% then how many -ossible 5alues can n ha5e /a0 1( /b0 21 /c0 21 /d0 '' /e0 none of them

Quantitative Question # 44 2et a% b% c be -ositi5e reals. /,0 and /,,0 are inde-endent statements. /,0 Cinimum 5alue of a4'>4b + b>6c42 + /1+c0>2a is /,,0 a + b + 2c = 6 and a42 + b42 + 2c42 = 21. Caximum -ossible 5alue of c is q. Then which among the following is |--q| /a0 1>2 /b0 .>4 /c0 1>2 /d0 '>6 /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 45 @G73 is a con5ex quadrilateral in which </G@70 = </7G30 = '* deg% </7@30 = +* deg% </73G0 = 11 deg. ,f D is the -oint of intersection of @7 and G3% then measure of </GD@0 in degrees /is0 /a0 7annot be determined /b0 (1 /c0 1*1 /d0 12* /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 46 #@ll ,ndia 8agalguy Ceet of year 2**6# is in Tune /which has '* days0% but @llwin forgot which day% so he as)ed around. :ohit said that the date was an odd numberO @-ur5 claimed it was greater than 1'. 3i5ya declared it was not a -erfect square% while $onam swore it was a -erfect cube. &inally% ?rand-ma tells @llwin the date was less than one-fourth her /?rand-ma#s0age% which @llwin )new to be +6. Uesterday @llwin learned that only one of them had told the truthJ ,f the date of the @ll ,ndia 8? Ceet is 3 /numerical 5alue0% then /a0 3 is uniquely determinable /b0 3 can ha5e exactly 2 5alues /c0 3 doesn#t exist /d0 3 has atleast 4 5alues /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 47 2et m be the largest -ositi5e term of an harmonic -rogression whose first two terms are 2>1 and 4>.. @ real number r satisfying m>2-1>n < r <= m+1>n% for e5ery -ositi5e integer n% is best described byM /a0 1 < r < 1 /b0 2 < r <= 4 /c0 1 < r <= 1 /d0 2 <= r <= 4 /e0 none of the foregoing Quantitative Question # 48 The set $ has 1 elements. ,n how many ways can one select two /-ossibly identical0 subsets of $ whose union is $ /a0 '2 /b0 +' /c0 +4 /d0 .' /e0 122 Quantitative Question # 49 Twin)le tells :a5eena that she has got ' )ids and 2 of these )ids are twins% and also that their ages are all integers. $he tells :a5eena the sum of the ages of her )ids and also the -roduct of their ages. :a5eena says that she has insuficient information to determine the ages% but one -ossibility is that the twins are a -rime number of years old. ,f Twin)leVs twins are teenagers and their age is not -rime% then the sum of the ages of her )ids is /a0 a -rime number /b0 is greater than 4' /c0 a com-osite number /d0 exactly 2 of the foregoing /e0 still undeterminable

Quantitative Question # 50 Triangle @G7 is right-angled at G% @G = 4 cm% and G7 = ' cm. !hat is the radius of the circle -assing through the mid--oint of G7 and touching @7 at its mid-oint /a0 .>1 cm /b0 (>4 cm /c0 2 cm /d0 1>' cm /e0 none of the foregoing