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PAPER - I (QUANTITATIVE ABILITIES)


iz'u i=k &I (ifjek.kkRed vfHk#fp
)
5. The value of
4
1. In a class, of the students are girls and
7 1 1 1 1
+ + +
1 2 3 5 5 7 7 9 9  11
rest are boys. If of the girls and of the
9 5 1
boys are absent, then what part of the total + is
11  13
number of students are present ?
4 1 1 1 1
,d d{kk esa] Nk=kksaHkkx
dk yM+fd;k¡ gSa ,oa 'ks"k yM+ds3gSaA
 5
+
5 7
+
7 9
+
9  11
7
1 2 1
;fn yM+fd;ksa dk,oa yM+dksa dk
Hkkx Nk=k vuqifLFkr + dk eku Kkr dhft, \
9 5 11  13
gSa] rks dqy Nk=kksa dh la[;k dk fdruk Hkkx mifLFkr gS\2 13  5
(A)   (B) 2( 13 – 3)
251 261
(A) (B) 1 1
325 335
(C)
2

13  5 
(D) ( 13 – 3)
2
241 231
(C) (D) 6. 4 bells ring at intervals of 45 minutes, 1
315 305
2. The numbers 2, 4, 6, 8, ............, 108, 110 1
hour, 1 hour and 1 hour 45 minute
are multiplied together. The number of zero 2
at the end of the product must be : respectively. All the bell ring
la[;k,¡ 2, 4, 6, 8, ............, 108, 110 dks ijLij xq.kk
simultaneously at 12 noon. They will again
fd;k tkrk gSA xq.kuiQy ds var esa 'kwU; dh la[;k Kkr dhft,A
ring simultaneously at :
(A) 12 (B) 13
1
(C) 11 (D) 14 4 ?kafV;k¡ Øe'k%
45 feuV]1 ?kaVk]1 ?kaVk 1 ,oa?kaVk
2
3. A group of friends decided to go on picnic
and planned to spend Rs. 10,800 on eatables. 45 feuV ds varjky ij ctrh gSA ;fn lHkh ?kafV;k¡ ,d lkFk
Twenty of them however did not turn up, as nksigj12 cts cth gks] rks os iqu% ,d lkFk dc ctsxh\
a result each one of the remaining had to (A) 12 mid night/vk/h jkr
contribute 18 extra. The number of them
who attended the picnic was : (B) 3 A.M.
dqN nksLrksa us fiduhd ij tkus ,oa [kkn~; inkFkZ (C)ij6 A.M.
10,800 [kpZ djus dh ;kstuk cukbZA muesa 20 ls (D) 9 A.M.
7. Find the minimum value of
fiduhd ij ugha vk,] iQyLo:i 'ks"k nksLrksa esa ls izR;sd sin
125 . 625cos
dh 18 vfrfjDr nsus iM+sA fiduhd ij tkus okys nksLrksasin
125 . 625cosdk U;qure eku Kkr dhft, \
dh la[;k Kkr dhft,A
(A) 90 (B) 100 (A) –3125 (B) 3 2
(C) 105 (D) 110
1 1
3 1 3 (C) (D)
4. If of the difference of 2 and 1 is 3125 3 2
5 3 4
8. If tan(x + 2y) . tan(x – 2y) = 1, then find the
2 1
subtracted from of 3 , the result is : value of sinx + secx.
5 4
;fn tan(x + 2y) . tan(x – 2y) = 1 gS] rkssinx +
1 3 3 1 2
;fn 2 3 vkSj1 ds varj ds Hkkx dks 3 ds secx dk eku Kkr djsaA
4 5 4 5
Hkkx esa ls ?kVk;k tk,] rks ifj.kke D;k gksxkA 3
(A) 3 2 (B)
38 19 2
(A) (B)
10 10
38 19 2 1
(C) (D) (C) (D)
27 20 3 2 3
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9. If x2 + x = 5, then find the value of (x + 3)2 + 13. The radius of the front wheel of a bike is
72 m and that of rear wheel is 60 m. If the
1 rear wheel complete 10 more revolution
2 .
 x  3 than front wheel, find how many metres
does the bike covered ?
1 ,d eksVjlkbZfdy ds vxys ifg, ,oa fiNys ifg, dh
;fn x2 + x = 5 gS] rks
(x + 3)2 +
 x  3 dk eku
2
f=kT;k Øe'k%72 ehVj ,oa
60 ehVj gSA ;fn fiNyk ifg;k]
vxys ifg, ls 10 pDdj T;knk yxkrk gS] rks eksVjlkbZfdy
Kkr dhft,A
}kjk r; dh xbZ nwjh Kkr dhft,A
(A) 48 (B) 25
(A) 7.64  km/fdeh- (B) 8  km/fdeh-
(C) 23 (D) 27
(C) 8.64  km/fdeh- (D) 7.2  km/fdeh-
1 1 14. Find the area of the sector covered by the
10. If x + y = 1 and y + = 1, then find the
z hour hand in 3 hours, if the length of hour
value of xyz : hand is 7 m.
,d ?kM+h ds ?kaVs okyh3lwbZ
?kaVs}kjk
esa cuk;k x;k o`Ùk ds
1 1 o`Ù[k.M dk {ks=kiQy Kkr dhft,] ;fn ?kaVs okyh lwbZ
;fn x + y = 1, y + = 1 gS] rks
xyz dk eku Kkr
z yackbZ
7 ehVj gSA
dhft, \ (A) 38.5 m2/eh2 (B) 77 m2/eh2
(A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 144 m2/eh2 (D) 688 m2/eh2
(C) –1 (D) 2 15. A person buy pens at 30/pen. He sells
1 1 1 them as Ist at 3, 2nd at 6, 3rd at 9 and
11. If   = 1, then find the value so on. If he wants a profit of at least 50%,
1–a 1–b 1–c
then how many pens should he sell ?

of
a

b

c ,d O;fDr 30/isu dh nj ls dqN isu [kjhnrk gSA og
1–a 1–b 1–c igys isu dks 3, nwljs dks6, rhljs dks 9 vkSj blh
1 1 1 rjg csprk jgrk gSA ;fn og
50% ykHk dekuk pkgrk gS]
;fn   =1 gS] rks rks de ls de fdrus isu cspus gksaxs \
1–a 1–b 1–c
(A) 30 (B) 33
a b c
  dk eku Kkr dhft,A (C) 27 (D) 29
1–a 1–b 1–c
(A) 1 (B) –1 cos  cos 
16. If = n, = m, then find the value
(C) 2 (D) –2 sin  cos
12. If ABCDEF is a regular hexagon of side ‘a’ of cos2 :
meter, then find the area of the
quadrilateral ‘BCEF’. cos  cos 
;fn sin  = n ,oa cos = m gS] rks
cos2 dk eku
;fn ABCDEF ,d fu;fer "kV~Hkqt gS ftldh Hkqtk
‘a’
ehVj gS] rks prqZHkqt
‘BCEF’ dk {ks=kiQy Kkr dhft,A Kkr dhft,A
A
m2  m2 
(A) 2
(B)  m 2  n 2 
m  n2
2
 
F B

n2  n2 
(C) (D) 2  m 2  n 2 
m  n2
2
 
E C 17. If 6 sin x + 8 cos x + P is always greater
than or equal to zero, then find the smallest
D value of ‘P’
2 ;fn 6 sin x + 8 cos x + P lnSo 'kwU; ;k 'kwU; ls cM+k
3a
(A) m2/eh2 (B) 3 a 2 m2/eh2 gS] rks
‘P’ dk U;qure eku Kkr dhft, \
2
(A) 10 (B) –10
(C) 2 3 a m eh (D) 6 a m eh
2 2/ 2 2 2/ 2
(C) 0 (D) –5
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18. Find the value of sin(75°). 24. If x = 31 – 8 15 , then find the value of
sin(75°) dk eku Kkr dhft,A
1
3 1 3 1 x  .
(A) (B) x
2 2 2
1
3 –1 3 –1 ;fn x = 31 – 8 15 gS] rksx  dk eku Kkr dhft,A
(C) (D) x
2 2 2 (A) 16 (B) 6
19. If sin + cosec = 2, then find the value of (C) 18 (D) 8
sin14 + cosec34. 25. If x2 + y2 + 4y = –4, then find the value of x3 + y3.
;fn sin + cosec = 2 gS] rks 14
sin  + cosec  34 ;fn x2 + y2 + 4y = –4 gS] rks
x3 + y3 dk eku Kkr dhft,A
dk eku Kkr dhft,A (A) 16 (B) –16
(A) 1434 (B) 21434 (C) –8 (D) 8
26. The difference between the interior and
(C) 1 (D) 2
exterior angles at a vertex of a regular
20. A man standing on top of a tower sees a polygon is 120°. The number of sides of
car coming towards the tower. If it takes 20 the polygon is :
minutes for the angle of depression to fdlh cgqHkqt ds vkUrfjd ,oa cká dks.kksa dk vUrj
120°
change from 30° to 60°, then find the total gSA cgqHkqt dh Hkqtkvksa dh la[;k Kkr dhft,A
time taken by car to reach the tower. (A) 36 (B) 24
,d O;fDr VkWoj ij [kM+k gS ,oa VkWoj dh rjiQ vk jgh ,d
(C) 12 (D) 48
27. If chord of a circle of radius 25 cm is a
dkj dks ns[k jgk gSA ;fn voue.k dks.k
30° dks
ls 60°
tangent to another circle of radius 7 cm,
cnyus rd dkj 20 feuV dk le; ysrh gS] rks VkWoj rd both the circles being concentric, then the
igq¡pus esa dkj }kjk fy;k x;k dqy le; Kkr dhft, \ length of the chord is :
nks ldsUnzh; o`Ùkksa
25 lseh-esa]
f=kT;k okys o`Ùk dh
7 lseh-
thok]
1 1
(A)
3
hour (B)
2
hour f=kT;k okys o`Ùk dh Li'kZ js[kk gSA thok dh yackbZ Kkr d
(A) 12 cm/lseh- (B) 48 cm/lseh-
2 3
(C) hour (D) hour (C) 14 cm/lseh- (D) 24 cm/lseh-
3 4
21. If sec – tan = 2, then find the value of 28. Shiva has drawn an angle of 40°36' when
sin + cos. he was asked to draw an angle of 40°. The
percentage error in the drawing is :
;fn sec – tan = 2 gS] rks
sin + cos dk eku Kkr djksA
f'kok dks
40° dk dks.k cukus ds fy, dgk x;k] ysfdu
7
(A) (B) 2 og 40°36' dk dks.k cuk nsrk gSA izfr'kr =kqfV Kkr djsa
5
(A) 0.5% (B) 1%
(C) 1 (D) 0 (C) 1.5% (D) 2%
22. If x = (1 + cosA) (1 + cosB) (1 + cosC) = (1 – 29. A man sells 100 chairs per week at the
cosA) (1 – cosB) (1 – cosC), the x is equal to ? selling price of 200/chair. For each rise
;fn x = (1 + cosA) (1 + cosB) (1 + cosC) = of selling price of 4, he will sell 2 less
chair per week. If the selling price is x/chair
(1 – cosA) (1 – cosB) (1 – cosC) gS] rks
x fdlds cjkcj gS\
(x > 200), then find the total number of chair
(A) 0 (B) 1 he will sell per week.
(C) cosA cosB cosC (D) sinA sinB sinC ,d O;fDr 200/dqlhZ dh nj ls ,d gÝrs100 esa dqflZ;k¡
23. Find the value of csprk gSA izfr dqlhZ
4 foØ; ewY; c<+us ij og izfr gÝrk
cos10° · sin20° · cos30° · sin40° ............... 2 dqlhZ de csprk gSA vxj mldk foØ; ewY; x/dqlhZ
cos110° · sin120° (x > 200) gS] rks og ,d gÝrs esa fdruh dqlhZ cspsxk\
cos10° · sin20° · cos30° · sin40° ............... x 200 – x
(A) 100 – (B)
cos110° · sin120° dk eku Kkr dhft,A 2 2
(A) 1 (B) –1 400 – x x
(C) 0 (D) sin60° · cos60° (C) (D) 100 
2 2
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30. 2 perpendicular chords of a circle AB and 34. A cistern has two pipes. One can fill it with
CD meet at M. If AM = 6m, BM = 4m and water in 9 hours and other can empty it in
CM = 12m, then find the area of the circle 6 hours. In how many hours will the cistern
be emptied if both the pipes are opened
,d o`Ùk dh nks jTtq]
AB ,oa CD, ftuds chp dk dks.k
90° gS]M ij feyrh gSA ;fnAM = 6 eh-]BM = 4 eh- 5
together when of the cistern is already
,oa CM = 12 eh- gS] rks o`Ùk dk {ks=kiQy Kkr dhft,A 6
(A) 25  m2/eh2 (B) 50  m2/eh2 full of water ?
(C) 75  m2/eh2 (D) 100  m2/eh2 ,d Vadh eas nks ikbZi yxh gSA igyk ikbZi9 ?kaVs
Vadhesa
dks
31. A man, a woman and a boy can complete a ikuh ls Hkjrk gS ,oa nwljk
6 ?kaVs
ikbZi esa [kkyh djrk gSA ;fn
job in 4, 6 and 24 days respectively. How 5
many boys must assist one man and one nksuksa ikbZiksa dks ,d lkFk [kksy fn;k tk,]ikuh
rks igys ls
6

woman to complete the job in


1
of a day ? ls Hkjh gqbZ Vadh dks [kkyh djus esa fdruk le; yxsxk\
5
(A) 3 hours/?kaVs (B) 9 hours/?kaVs
,d iq#"k] ,d efgyk ,oa ,d cPpk fdlh dke dks (C) 15 hours/?kaVs (D) 12 hours/?kaVs
1 35. A man and a boy received 1600 as wages
Øe'k%4, 6 ,oa24 fnuksa esa iwjk djrs gSaA dke dks for four days for the work they did together.
5
The efficiency of boy is thrice of the man.
fnuksa esa iwjk djus 1dsiq#"k
fy, ,oa
1 efgyk ds lkFk
What are the daily wages of the man ?
fdrus cPps yxk, tkus pkfg, \ ,d iq#"k ,oa ,d yM+ds dks pkj fnuksa rd ,d lkFk dke
(A) 110 (B) 100
djus ij 1600 feyrs gSaA yM+ds dh dk;Z {kerk iq#"k
(C) 120 (D) 90
dh dk;Z {kerk dh rhu&xq.kh gSA og iq#"k izfrfnu fdru
32. 56 persons are engaged to complete a work
in 70 days. After 42 days it is observed that :i, dek ysrk gS \
(A) 400 (B) 300
2
only th part of the work has been done. (C) 200 (D) 100
5
36. A can do as much work in 3 days as B can
The number of extra person to be engaged
do in 7 days, and B can do as much work
to complete the remaining work in the given
in 5 days as C in 9 days. In what time C do
period is :
a piece of work which A can do in 25 days?
dlh dk;Z dks70 fnuksa esa iwjk djus56 ds O;fDr;ksa
fy, A ftruk dke 3 fnu esa djrk gS]
B ogh dke7 fnuksa esa
dks yxk;k tkrk gSA
42 fnuksa ds ckn irk pyrk gS fd dk;Z
djrk gS vkSj
B tks dke5 fnuksa esa djrk
C gS]
ogh dke
2 9 fnu esa djrk gSA crkb, dksbZ A,dke25tksfnuksa esa
dk dsoy oka Hkkx gh iwjk gks ik;k gSA 'ks"k dk;Z dks fn,
5 djrk gS] ogC fdrus fnuksa esa iwjk djsxk \
xbZ vof/ esa iwjk djus ds fy, fdrus vfrfjDr O;fDr;ksa dh(A) 63 days/fnu
vko';drk gksxh\ (B) 87 days/fnu
(A) 60 (B) 70 (C) 105 days/fnu
(C) 40 (D) 50 (D) 75 days/fnu
33. Akash and Kavish can complete a piece of 37. A shopkeeper bought chair at cost prices
work in 18 days. They worked together for ranging from 212 to 262 and sold them
7 days and then Akash alone finished rest at prices ranging from 324 to 424. If
of the work in 22 days. Akash alone can he sold 10 chairs. What is the maximum
complete the work in : profit he can made ?
vkdk'k ,oa dfo'k feydj ,d dke dks 18 fnuksa esa iwjk ,d nqdkunkj 212 ls 262 ds chp ds ewY;ksa ij
djrs gSaA mUgksaus 7 fnuksa
,d lkFk rd dke fd;k vkSj fiQj dqlhZ [kjhnrk gS vkSj
324 ls 424 ds chp ds ewY;ksa
vkdk'k us vdsys gh 'ks"k22
dk;Z
fnuksa esa lekIr dj fn;kA ij mUgsa csp nsrk gSA ;fn
10 dqflZ;k¡
og csprk gS] rks
vkdk'k vdsyk og dk;Z fdrus fnuksa esa iwjk djsxk \ vfèkdre ykHk fdruk dek ldrk gS \
(A) 27 days/fnu (B) 54 days/fnu (A) 2120 (B) 2620
(C) 36 days/fnu (D) 45 days/fnu (C) 3240 (D) 4240
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38. A person sells two toys at 984 each. On 42. The radius of incircle and circumcircle if a
one he gains 20% and on the other he Right-angled triangle are 4 cm and 11 cm
losses 20%. His profit or loss percent in the respectively. Find the perimeter of the triangle.
whole transaction is : ,d ledks.k f=kHkqt ds var%o`Ùk ,oa ifjo`Ùk dh f=kT;k Øe
,d O;fDr 984 izfr f[kykSus dh nj ls nks f[kykSus csprk
4 lseh- vkSj
11 lseh- gSA f=kHkqt dk ifjeki Kkr dhft,A
gSA igys f[kykSus20%
ij mlsykHk ,oa nwljs
20%ij gkfu (A) 42 cm/lseh- (B) 46 cm/lseh-
gksrh gSA iwjs ysu&nsu esa mldk ykHk@gkfu izfr'kr Kkr dhft,A
(C) 52 cm/lseh- (D) 56 cm/lseh-
(A) 4% profit/ykHk 43. Find the minimum value of x2 – 14x + 34.
(B) 4% loss/gkfu x2 – 14x + 34 dk U;wure eku Kkr dhft,A
(C) 2% profit/ykHk (A) –18 (B) –15
(D) No profit No loss/uk ykHk uk gkfu (C) –14 (D) –11
39. A shopkeeper usually sold watches at 60% 1434 14.34
44. If = , then find the value of x :
above the cost price. During a sale, the 0.1434 x
offers a discount of 20% on the usually 1434 14.34
selling price. If he manage to sell 108 ;fn = gS] rks
x dk eku Kkr dhft,A
0.1434 x
watches for 6912, then he cost price per (A) 143400 (B) 0.001434
watch is : (C) 1.4340 (D) 143.40
,d nqdkunkj lk/kj.kr;% ?kfM+;ksa dks mlds Ø; ewY; ls x x x
45. If x =  x x  , then find the value of x.
60% vf/d vafdr djds csprk gSA ,d lsy ds nkSjku
nqdkunkj vafdr ewY; ij dh NwV nsrk gSA ;fn og ;fn x x =  x x x gS] rks
20% x dk eku Kkr dhft,A
x
108 ?kfM+;ksa6912
dks esa csprk gS] rks izR;sd ?kM+h dk
Ø; ewY; Kkr dhft,A (A)
4
(B)
2
(A) 210 (B) 200 9 3
(C) 100 (D) 50 9 3
(C) (D)
40. Sides of a triangle are 8 m, 12 m and x m. 4 2
For what value of x, the area of the triangle 3 1
46. If x = 11  10 , then the value of x  3 is
is maximum? x
,d f=kHkqt dh Hkqtk,¡
8 ehVj]12 ehVj,oa x ehVj gSA
x 1
dk eku Kkr dhft,] ftlds fy, f=kHkqt dk {ks=kiQy ;fn x = 11  10 gS] rks
x 3  3 dk eku Kkr dhft,A
x
vfèkdre gksA
(A) 22 11 (B) 44 11
(A) 15
(B) 16 (C) 82 11 (D) 88 11
(C) 18 1 1
(D) None of these/buesa ls dksbZ ugha 47. If x +
x
= 3, then find the value of x5 + 5
x
41. If ABC is an equilateral triangle, then find 1 1
the radius of the smaller circle. ;fn x + = 3 gS] rks
x5 + 5 dk eku Kkr dhft,A
x x
;fn ABC ,d leckgq f=kHkqt gS] rks NksVs o`Ùk dh (A)
f=kT;k
126 (B) 129
Kkr dhft,A (C) 123 (D) 132
A 48. A person who has a certain amount with
him goes to market. He can buy 50 Apples
or 40 Mangoes with this money. He retains
10% of the amount for taxi fares and buys
20 mangoes and of t he balance,he
purchases apples. Number of apples he
can purchase is :
B
a
C ,d O;fDr ftlds ikl ,d fuf'pr jkf'k gS og cktkj tkrk
a a
gSA bl jkf'k ls og
50 lsc ;k 40 vke [kjhn ldrk gSA og
(A) (B) 10% jkf'k VSDlh ds fdjk, ds fy, fudky ysrk gS 20 ,oa
3 3 4 3
vke [kjhn ysrk gS] 'ks"k jkf'k ls og fdrus lsc [kjhn ldrk gS\
a a (A) 36 (B) 15
(C) (D)
6 3 9 3 (C) 20 (D) 40
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49. A number is decreased by M%. To get back to 54.
Two friends Tannu and Tanvi leave city A
the original number, it is to be increase by ? and B simultaneously and travel towards
B and A at constant speeds. They meet at
,d la[;k dks M% ?kVk fn;k tkrk gS] vkjafHkd la[;k dksa point between the two cities and then
izkIr djus ds fy, bls fdruk c<+kuk gksxk \ proceed to their respective destinations in
10M 100M 63 minutes 28 minutes respectively. How
(A) % (B) % long did Tanvi take to cover the entire
10 + M 100 – M
journey between B and A ?

(C)
100M
% (D)
100M
% nks fe=k rUuq ,oa ruoh A 'kgj
,oa B ls ,d lkFk 'kgj B
M – 100 100 + M ,oa A ds fy, fujarj xfr ls fudyrs gSaA os 'kgjksa ds chp
50. The ratio of the number of boys and number ,d fcUnw ij feyrs gSa vkSj mlds ckn63 Øe'k%
feuV ,oa
of girls in an exam is 5 : 7. If 60% of the boys 28 feuV esa vius xarO; ij igq¡p tkrs B ls
gSaA
A rd dh
and 40% of the girls get passed, than find iwjh ;k=kk djus esa ruoh }kjk fy;k x;k le; Kkr dhft,A
the percentage of the failed candidates.
(A) 60 minutes/feuV
,d ijh{kk esa yM+ds ,oa yM+fd;ksa dh la[;k dk vuqikr
(B) 70 minutes/feuV
5 : 7 gSA ;fn
60% yM+ds ,oa
40% yM+fd;k¡ mÙkh.kZ gks (C) 80 minutes/feuV
tkrh gS] rks vuqÙkhZ.k Nk=kksa dk izfr'kr Kkr dhft,\
(D) 75 minutes/feuV
(A) 49.33% (B) 51.66% 55. A car travels ‘M’ km in ‘N’ hours. The time
(C) 52.33% (D) 53.66% taken by car to cover 700 meter is ?
51. The difference of two numbers is 30% of ,d dkj ‘M’ fdeh- dh nwjh
‘N’ ?kaVs esa r; djrh gSA
700 ehVj
their sum. The ratio of the number is : dh nwjh r; djus esa dkj }kjk fy;k x;k le; Kkr dhft,A
nks la[;kvksa dk vUrj] muds ;ksx
30% dk
gS] rks la[;kvksa 10 M 700 M
(A) hours/?kaVs
(B) hours/?kaVs
dk vuqikr Kkr dhft,A 7N N
(A) 7 : 13 (B) 7 : 11 7N 700 N
(C) 9 : 11 (D) 9 : 13 (C) hours/?kaVs(D) hours/?kaVs
10 M M
52. Water covers 80% of the total Earth surface. 56. Two boats P and Q start towards each-other
In Asia, the ratio of land and water is 3 : 7. If from two places, 192 km apart. Speed of
Asia covers 40% of the earth, then find the the boat P and Q in still water are 15 km/
ratio of land and water in rest of the world. hour and 17 km/hour respectively. If P
proceeds down and Q up the stream, then
i`Foh ds80% Hkkx ij ikuh gSA ,f'k;k esa Hkwfe vkSj ikuh dk will meet after ?
they
vuqikr3 : 7 gSA ;fn ,f'k;k] i`Foh40%
ds Hkkx dks ?ksjrk nks ukoP vkSjQ nks vyx&vyx txgksa ls ,d nwljs dh rjiQ
gS] rks 'ks"k i`Foh ij Hkwfe ,oa ikuh dk vuqikr Kkr dhft,A
pyrs gSaA muds chp dh 192nwjh
fdeh- gSA 'kkar tyP esa
,oa
(A) 4 : 9 (B) 2 : 11 Q dh pky Øe'k% 15 fdeh-@?kaVk 17 fdeh-@?kaVk
,oa gSA ;fn
(C) 2 : 13 (D) 3 : 7 P /kjk dh fn'kk esaQ
,oa
/kjk dh foijhr fn'kk esa vkxs c<+rh
53. Distance between the office and the home gS] rks os fdruh nsj ckn ,d&nwljs ls feysaxs\
of Ramesh is 120 km. One day, he was late
3 5
by two hours than the normal time to leave (A) 5 hours/?kaVs(B) 7 hours/?kaVs
4 6
for the office, so he increased his speed by
10 km/hr and reached office at the normal (C) 6 hours/?kaVs (D) 8 hours/?kaVs
time. What is the normal speed of Ramesh ? 57. A man covered a certain distance at some
speed. Had he moved 3 kmph faster, he
jes'k ds ?kj ls dk;kZy; dh 120
nwjhfdeh gSA ,d fnu og would have taken 40 minutes less. If he
dk;kZy; ds fy, lkekU; le; ls2 ?kaVs nsjh ls pykA blfy, had moved 2 kmph slower, he would have
mlus viuh xfr10 fdeh@?kaVk ls c<+k yh ,oa dk;kZy; le;taken 40 minutes more. The distance is :
,d O;fDr dqN xfr ls ,d fuf'pr nwjh r; djrk gSA vxj
ij igq¡p x;kA jes'k dh lkekU; xfr Kkr dhft,A
og viuh xfr 3 fdeh-@?kaVk ls c<+k 40 ys]
feuVrksigys
(A) 10 km/hr/fdeh-@?kaVk
igq¡p tkrk gS vkSj 2vxjfdeh-@?kaVk ls xfr de dj ls
(B) 40 km/hr/fdeh-@?kaVk 40 feuV nsjh ls igq¡prk gSA nwjh Kkr dhft,A
(C) 30 km/hr/fdeh-@?kaVk (A) 60 km/fdeh- (B) 75 km/fdeh-
(D) 20 km/hr/fdeh-@?kaVk (C) 50 km/fdeh- (D) 40 km/fdeh-
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58. There are five concentric circles that are 63. ABCD is a square drawn inside a square
spaced equally from each other by 2.25 cms. PQRS of side 4 cm by joining mid-point of
The innermost circle has a square of side the sides PQ, QR, RS and SP. Another
square is drawn inside ABCD similarly. This
50 cm inscribed in it. If a square need to
process is repeated infinite number of times.
be inscribed in the outermost circle, what
Find the sum of areas of all the square.
will be the length of its diagonal?
ik¡p ldsUnzh; o`Ùk ,d nwljs
2.25lslseh- leku nwjh ij
,d oxZ ABCD dks nwljs oxZ PQRS dks pkjksa Hkqtkvksa
PQ, QR, RS, SP ds eè; fcUnqvksa dks feykdj cuk;k
gSA lcls NksVs o`Ùk ds50vUnj
lseh- Hkqtk okyk ,d
x;k gSA blh rjg ls
ABCD ds vUnj ,d vkSj oxZ cuk;k
oxZ gSA ;fn lcls cM+s o`Ùk esa ,d oxZ cuk;k tk,] rks mlds
x;kA ;s izfØ;k vuar ckj nksgjkbZ xbZA lHkh oxks± ds {k
fod.kZ dh yackbZ Kkr dhft,A dk ;ksx Kkr dhft,APQ( = 4 lseh-)
(A) 25 2 cm/lseh- (B) 28 cm/lseh- (A) 16 cm lseh-
2/ 2
(B) 32 cm2/lseh-
2

(C) 27 2 cm/lseh- (D) 28 2 cm/lseh- (C) 28 cm lseh-


2/ 2
(D) Infinite/vuar
59. The two side of a plot measuring 24 m and 3 7
32 m and the angle between them is a perfect 64. Fraction between 5 and 9 is :
right angle. The other two sides measure 25
m each and the other three angles are not 3 7
,oa ds chp mifLFkr fHkUu dkSu&lk gS \
right angles. The area of the plot is : 5 9
fdlh eSnku dh nks Hkqtk,¡
32 ehVj ,oa24 ehVj gS ,oa os iw.kZr% 11 8
ledks.kh; gSA vU; nksuksa Hkqtkvksa
25 ehVjdh
gSyackbZ
rFkk vU; (A)
14
(B)
13
3 dks.k ledks.k ugha gSA eSnku dk {ks=kiQy Kkr dhft,A
6 1
(A) 768 m2/eh2 (B) 534 m2/eh2 (C) (D)
11 2
(C) 696.5 m2/eh2 (D) 684 m2/eh2
65. Find the value of
60. A parallelepiped whose sides are in ratio
113 + 123 + 133 + 143 + 153
4 : 6 : 9 have the same volume as a cube.
113 + 123 + 133 + 143 + 153 dk eku Kkr dhft,A
The ratio of their surface area is :
(A) 14440 (B) 14400
,d ?kukHk dh Hkqtkvksa dk 4 vuqikr
: 6 : 9 gSA bl ?kukHk
(C) 11725 (D) 11375
dk vk;ru ,d ?ku ds vk;ru ds cjkcj gSA muds i`"B 66. By what fraction selling price must be
{ks=kiQyksa dk vuqikr Kkr dhft, \ multiplied to get the cost price if the
(A) 19 : 18 (B) 7 : 6 profit is 40%.
(C) 21 : 23 (D) 23 : 21
61. A solid metallic cone is melted and recast
;fn ykHk40% gS] rks foØ; ewY; dks fdl fHkUu ls xq.kk
into A cylinder of the same base as that of fd;k tk, fd Ø; ewY; izkIr gks lds \
the cone. If the height of the cylinder is 17 7 14
cm, the height of the cone was : (A) (B)
5 5
fdlh 'kadq dks fi?kykdj] mls leku vk/kj okys csyu ds
5 10
:i esa ifjofrZr fd;k x;kA ;fn csyu dh Å¡pkbZ
17 lseh- (C) (D)
7 7
gS] rks 'kadq dh Å¡pkbZ Kkr djsa \ 67. Out of Rs. 1,00,000, that a man has, he
(A) 17  cm/lseh- (B) 51 cm/lseh- 1
lends 16000 at 5 % per annum simple
17 2
(C) cm/lseh- (D) 34 cm/lseh- interest and 48000 at 6% per annum

simple interest. He lends the remaining
62. If the altitude of a right prism is 5 cm and money at a certain rate of interest so that
its base is an equilateral triangle of side 6 he gets total annual interest of 7360. The
cm, then its total surface area is : rate of interest per annum, at which the
fdlh fizTe dk 'kh"kZyEc5 lseh- gS rFkk mldk vk/kj
6 remaining money is lent, is :
lseh- Hkqtk okyk leckgq f=kHkqt gSA fizTe dk lEiw.kZ ,d vkneh
i`"Bvius 1,00,000 esa ls 16000 lkèkkj.k
{ks=kiQy Kkr dhft,A 1
C;kt dh 5 % okf"kZd nj ls rFkk48000, 6%
2
(A) 90 5  3 3 cm2/lseh-
  2
okf"kZd nj ls m/kj nsrk gSA 'ks"k jkf'k dks og lk/kj.k C;k
(B) 90 cm 2/
lseh-
2 dh gh ,d ,slh okf"kZd nj ls m/kj nsrk gS fd mls dqy
feykdj o"kZ esa7360 C;kt izkIr gksA ftl okf"kZd nj
(C) 36 5  3 cm2/lseh-
 
2
ls 'ks"k jkf'k m/kj nh xbZ] og Kkr dhft,A
(A) 5% (B) 7%
(D) 18 5  3 cm2/lseh-
  2
(C) 10% (D) 12%
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68. Ramesh borrowed some money at the rate 72. A vessel is filled with liquid, 3 parts of which
of 9% p.a. for the first two years, 15% p.a. are water and 5 parts are milk. How much
for the next three years and 13% p.a. for of the mixture must be drawn off and
the period beyond five years. If the total replaced with water so that mixture may
interest paid by him at the end of eight years be half water and half milk.
is 8160, the money borrowed by him was : ,d crZu nzo esa Hkjk gqvk gS] ftlesa 3 Hkkx ikuh gS ,oa 5 H
jes'k us dqy /ujkf'k igys nks o"kZ 9%ds fy,
okf"kZd nw/ gSA fdruk feJ.k ckgj fudkyk tk, ,oa mruk gh ikuh
C;kt nj] vxys rhu o"kZ
15% okf"kZd ,oa
5 o"kZ ds ckn feyk;k tk, rkfd feJ.k esa vk/k ikuh ,oa vk/k nq/ gksA
13% okf"kZd C;kt ij m/kj yhA8;fn
o"kZ ds var esa mls
1 1
dqy C;kt 8160 Hkqxrku djus gksrs gSa] rks m/kj yh (A)
xbZ3 (B)
5
jkf'k Kkr dhft,A
1 1
(A) 12,000 (B) 6,000 (C) (D)
4 7
(C) 8,000 (D) 10,000
73. If p : q = r : s = t : u = 3 : 5, then (ap + br + ct)
69. The difference between the compound and
: (aq + bs + cu) is
the simple interest on a sum for two years
at 10% per annum, when the interest is ;fn p : q = r : s = t: u = 3 : 5, gS] rks
(ap + br + ct)
compounded annually, is 28, If the yearly : (aq + bs + cU) dk eku Kkr dhft,A
interest were compounded half-yearly, the (A) a : (b + c) (B) (a + b) : c
difference in the two interests will be : (C) (a + b + c) : 1 (D) 3 : 5
;fn C;kt okf"kZd la;ksftr gS] rks fdlh /ujkf'k
10%ij 74. Which number when added to 6, 7, 15, 17
okf"kZd nj 2lso"kks± dk pØorhZ ,oa lk/kj.k C;kt dk will make the resulting numbers
proportional ?
varj 28 gSA ;fn okf"kZd C;kt nj Nekgh gS] rks nksuksa
rjiQ ds C;ktksa esa fdruk vUrj gksxk \ fdl la[;k dks 6]7]15]17 izR;sd la[;k esa tksM+k tk, dh
(A) 44 (B) 28.35 pkjksa la[;k,a lekuqikfrd gks tk,\
(C) 43.41 (D) 43.29 (A) 6 (B) 5
70. A loan of 36,900 at 5% per annum (C) 4 (D) 3
compound interest, is to be repaid in two 75. In a school, the average weight of 8th class is
equal annual instalments at the end of every 53 kg, 9th class is 46 kg and that of 10th
year. Find the amount of each instalment. class is 55 kg. That average weight of 8th
36,900 dh jkf'k dk ½.k5% okf"kZd pØorhZ C;kt and 9th class is 49 kg and average weight of
9th and 10th class is 51 kg. Then the average
dh nj ls] gj o"kZ ds var esa nks leku fdLr nsdj pqdk;k
weight of 8th, 9th and 10th class is :
tkrk gSA izR;sd fdLr dh jkf'k Kkr dhft,A
,d fo|ky; esa 8oha d{kk dk vkSlr Hkkj 53 fdxzk] 9oha
(A) 19953 (B) 19845
(C) 19548 (D) 18468
d{kk dk 46 fdxzk ,oa 10oha d{kk dk 55 fdxzk gSA 8oh
71. An alloy contains zinc, copper and tin in the ,o 9oha d{kk dk feykdj vkSlr Hkkj 49 fdxzk ,oa 9oha
ratio 3 : 4 : 6 an other alloy contains copper, ,oa 10oha d{kk dk feykdj vkSlr Hkkj 51 fdxzk gSA 8oha
tin and lead in the ratio 7 : 9 : 10. If equal 9oha ,oa 10 oha d{kk feykdj vkSlr Hkkx Kkr dhft,A
weights of both alloys are melted together (A) 50 (B) 50.5
to form a third alloy, then the weight of lead
(C) 51 (D) 51.5
per kg in the new alloy will be :
76. In a family of 7 members, the average age
,d feJ/krq esa ftad] dkWij ,oa Vhu dk vuqikr
3:4:6 at present is 38 years. The youngest
gS ,oa nwljh feJ/krq esa dkWij] Vhu ,oa 'kh'ks dk vuqikr
member is 8 years old. The average age of
7 : 9 : 10 gSA ;fn leku Hkkj okyh bu feJ/krqvksa dks
the family just before the birth of the
,d lkFk fi?kykdj ,d ubZ feJ/krq cukbZ tk,] rks ubZ youngest member was :
feJèkkrq esa lhls dk izfr fdyks Hkkj crk,¡A 7 lnL;ksa ds ,d ifjokj dh orZeku vk;q 38 o"kZ gSA lcls
1 5 NksVs lnL; dh vk;q 8 o"kZ gSA lcls NksVs ds tUe ds le;
(A) kg/fdxzk- (B) kg/fdxzk-
2 26 ifjokj dh vkSlr vk;q Kkr dhft,A
13 5 (A) 32 years/o"kZ (B) 33 years/o"kZ
(C) kg/fdxzk- (D) kg/fdxzk- (C) 34 years/o"kZ (D) 35 years/o"kZ
5 13
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77. Out of four numbers, the average of first 84.The compound interest on a certain sum of
three is 21 and that of the last three is 23. If money at a certain rate per annum for two
the first number is 27, the last number is : years is 4100, and the simple interest on
4 la[;kvksa esa izFke rhu la[;kvksa dk vkSlr 21 ,oa vafre
the same sum at the same rate for 3 years
rhu la[;kvksa dk vkSlr 23 gSA ;fn igyh la[;k 27 gS] rksis 6000. Then the sum of money is :
vafre la[;k Kkr dhft,A fdlh fuf'pr /ujkf'k ij fdlh fuf'pr ij izfr o"kZ ls nks
(A) 22 (B) 23 o"kZ dk pØo`f¼ C;kt 4100 gS ,oa mruh nh /ujkf'k ij
(C) 33 (D) 34 leku ij ls 3 o"kZ dk lk/kj.k C;kt6000 gSA /ujkf'k
78. The average of 5 consecutive integer starting
with ‘m’ is h. What is the average of 6
Kkr dhft,A
consecutive integer starting with (m + 2) ? (A) 20,000 (B) 40,000
5 Øekxr la[;kvksa dk vkSlrmtks
ls 'kq# gksrhhgS]
gSA (C) 18,000 (D) 60,000
tks ls 85.
6 Øekxr la[;kvksa dk vkSlr Kkr dhft,(m+2) The ratio in which tea costing 214 per kg
is to be mixed with tea costing 234 per kg,
izkjaHk gksrh gSA
so that the mixed tea when sold for 264
2h  5 per kg gives a profit of 20% is :
(A) (B) h + 2
2 214 izfr fdxzk ,oa234 izfr fdxzk okyh pk; dh fdl
(C) h + 3 (D)
2h  9 vuqikr esa feyk;k tk, rkfd fefJr pk; dks264 izfr
2 fdxzk cpus ij 20» dk ykHk gks\
79. The average of the prime numbers upto 50 is :
(A) 7 : 3 (B) 7 : 5
50 rd fd lHkh vHkkT; la[;kvksa dk vkSlr Kkr dhft,A
(C) 4 : 3 (D) 8 : 5
(A) 25 (B) 27.77
86. If P : Q = Q : R, then P4 : Q4 is equal to :
(C) 21.86 (D) 23.23
80. 2
If the area of rectangle be x + 7x + 12 cm², ;fn P : Q = Q : R, gS] rksP4 : Q4 dk vuqikr Kkr
then one of the possible perimeter of it is dhft,A
fdlh vk;r dk {ks=kiQy(x2+7x + 12) lseh² gSA mldk (A) PR = Q2 (B) P2 : R2
laHko ifjeki Kkr dhft,\ 2
(C) R : P2
(D) Q2 : PR
(A) (2x + 7) cm/lseh-(B) (2x + 14) cm/lseh- 87. 24 monkeys can eat 24 mangoes in 24
(C) (4x + 14) cm/lseh- (D) (x + 14) cm/lseh- seconds. In how many second 8 monkeys
81. The volume (in m3) of rain water that can eat 8 mangoes.
be collected from 3.5 hectares of ground 24 cUnj 24 vke 24 lSd.M esa [kk ldrs gS] rks 8 cUnj
in a rainfall of 10 cm is 8 vke fdruh lsd.M esa [kk,xsa
3-5 gsDVs;j {ks=kiQy okys eSnku ij 10 lseh- o"kkZ
(A) gqbZA
4 seconds (B) 8 seconds
,df=kr o"kkZ ds ikuh dk vk;ru3 esa)
(eh- Kkr dhft,A (C) 12 seconds (D) 24 seconds
(A) 35 (B) 350 88. A, B and C are three partners in a business.
(C) 3500 (D) 35000 A whose money has been used for 4
82. One of the angles of right-angles triangle is
75° and the hypotenuse is 10 m. The area 1
months, claims of the profit. B, whose
of the triangle is (in cm2) 8
,d ledks.kh; f=kHkqt dk ,d dks.k
0
gS
75,oa d.kZ 10 money has been used for 6 months, claims
ehVj gSA f=kHkqt dk {ks=kiQy
2
esa) Kkr
(lseh
dhft,A 1
(A) 125000 (B) 1250 of the profit. C had invested 1560 for
3
(C) 122000 (D) 1220
8 months. How much money did A and B
83. A shop-keeper sells a badminton racket
contribute ?
whose marked price is 300, at a discount
of 15% and gives a shuttle cock costing 15 A, B ,ao C us ,d O;kikj 'kq: fd;kA
A us viuh iwath 4
free with each racket. Even then he makes a 1
profit of 20%. His cost price, per racket is ekg ds fy, fuos'k dj dqy ykHk dk Hkkx izkIr fd;k rFkk
8
,d nqdkunkj ,d cSMfeaVu jSdsV ftldk vafdr ewY;
1
300 gS] dks 15» dh NwV ds lkFk csprk gS vkSj izR;sd
B us viuh iqath 6 ekg ds fy, fuos'k dj dqy ykHk dk
3
jSdsV ds lkFk ,d 'kWVy dkWd ftldh dher
15 gS] eqÝr
nsrk gSA blds ckotqn og 20» dk ykHk dek ysrk gSA Hkkx izkIr fd;kA
C us 1560 dh iwath 8 ekg ds fy, fuos'k
izR;sd jSdsV dk Ø; eqY; Kkr dhft,A dhA Kkr dhft,A ,oa B us dqy fdruh iwath fuos'k dh\
(A) 210 (B) 212.5 (A) 740, 1250 (B) 730, 1240
(C) 200 (D) 175.5 (C) 720, 1280 (D) 750, 1260
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89. A number is divisible by both 17 and 19. It 91. What will be the percentage of total number of
must be necessarily divisible by : males in Haryana, Punjab and Himachal
;fn dksbZ la[;k 17 ,oa 19 nksuksa ls foHkkT; gS] rks og to the total population of all the states?
together
vfuok;Zr ls foHkkftr gksxh
gfj;k.kk] iatkc o fgekpy esa iq:"kksa dh dqy la[;k] lHkh
(A) 17 × 19 (B) 17 + 19
(C) 19 – 17 (D) 646 jkT;ksa dh dqy tula[;k dk fdrus izfr'kr gS\
90. If the area of the base of a cone is 770 m2 (A) 22% (B) 25%
and the area of its curved surface is 814 (C) 28.5% (D) 32%
m2, then its volume is :
92. What was the total number of illiterate
fdlh 'kadq dk vk/kj dk {ks=kiQy2770
,oa fr;Zd
eh i`"B
people in Rajasthan and Punjab in 1993 ?
dk {ks=kiQy 814gSA
2
eh vk;ru Kkr dhft,\
o"kZ 1993 esa jktLFkku ,oa iatkc esa dqy fdruh tula[;k
(A) 213 5 m3/eh3 (B) 392 5 m3/eh3
vui<+ Fkh\
(C) 550 5 m3/eh3 (D) 616 5 m3/eh3
(A) 876040 (B) 932170
Direction : (91-95) – Study the following pie-
(C) 981550 (D) 1161160
chart and table and answers the questions
given below. 93. What is the ratio of number of females in
funsZ'k % uhps fn, x, ikbZ&pkVZ o Vscy dks i<+sa ,oa fn;Gujarat
x, to the number of females in Sikkim?
iz'uksa ds mÙkj nsaA xqtjkr o flfDde esa dqy efgykvksa dh la[;k dk vuqikr
Population distribution of 7 states
in the year 1993 Kkr dhft,
o"kZ 1993 esa 7 jkT;ksa esa tula[;k dk forj.k (A) 7 : 5 (B) 9 : 7

Assam (C) 13 : 11 (D) 15 : 14


vklke
gfj ; yana

Gujrat 94. What was the number of males in Haryana


k. kk

xqtjkr 11%
r

5%
Ha

H im ac 9% in 1993 ?
1

fge kpyhal Sikkim


12% flfDde 8% o"kZ 1993 esa gfj;k.kk esa iq:"kksa dh dqy la[;k Kkr dhft,
Rajasthan Punjab (A) 254650
jktLFkku iatkc
25% 20% (B) 294840
(C) 321470
Total population of the given states = 3276000
(D) 341200
States Population Ratio (tula[;k dk vuqikr)
(jkT;) Sex (fyax) Literacy (lk{kjrk)
95. In the year 1993, there was an increase of
Male Female 10% in the population of Haryana and 12%
iq:"k efgyk,a in the population of Punjab compared to the
Rajasthan 5 3 2 7
jktLFkku previous year. What was the ratio of
Punjab 3 1 1 4 population of Haryana and Punjab in 1992?
iatkc
Sikkim 2 3 2 1
o"kZ 1993 esa] fiNys o"kZ dh rqyuk esa gfj;k.kk dh tula[;k
flfDde
Himachal 10» ,oa iatkc dh tula[;k esa 12» dh o`f¼ gqbZA o"kZ 1992
3 5 3 2
fgekpy esa gfj;k.kk ,oa iatkc dh tula[;k dk vuqikr Kkr dhft,
Assam 3 4 4 1
vklke (A) 42 : 55
Haryana 3 2 7 2
gfj;k.kk (B) 48 : 55
Gujarat 3 4 9 4 (C) 45 : 53
xqtjkr
(D) 48 : 53
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Direction : (96-100) – Study the following bar 96. The ratio of maximum import to the
charts and answer the questions. minimum export is close to ?
funsZ'k&(96&100) & fn, x, ckj xzkiQ dks i<+sa vc uhps fn,vf/dre vk;kr ,oa U;qure fu;kZr dk vuqikr lcls
iz'uksa ds mÙkj nsa fudVre gS\
Foreign trade (exports and imports) (A) 128 (B) 138
y countries for the year (1992-1993). (C) 148 (D) 158
fofHkUu ns'kksa }kjk 1992&1993 esa fons'kh O;kikj (vk;kr
97. How many countries exhibited a trade
,oa fu;kZr) surplus ?
Import/vk;kr O;kikj vf/'ks"k dqy fdrus ns'kksa eas gSa\
12,699

12,000
(A) 3 (B) 4
10,550
(C) 5 (D) 6
10,000
98. The total trade deficit/surplus of all the
8000
` in lakh yk[ kksaesa

8000 countries put together was ?


6000 4605
lHkh ns'kksa dk dqy O;kikj }kjk@vf/'ks"k Kkr dhft,\
4000 3644
(A) 14612 lakhs surplus/vf/'ks"k
3043

2000
(B) 14612 lakhs deficit/?kkVk
803
87 (C) 13382 lakhs surplus/vf/'ks"k
(D) 13382 lakhs deficit/?kkVk
A B C D E F G H
Countries/ns'k

6045
Export (fu;kZr) 99. The highest trade deficit shown by which
6000
6000 country ?
5000
lcls T;knk O;kikj ?kkVk fdl ns'k esa gqvk\
4453 4550
(A) A (B) E
` in lakh yk[ kksaesa

4038
4000
(C) G (D) H
3000 2916 100. The ratio of export to import was highest
2000 for which country ?
1000
fu;kZr ,oa vk;kr dk vuqikr fdl ns'k ds fy, lcls
725
92 vfèkd Fkk\
A B C D E F G H (A) B (B) C
Countries/ns'k
(C) F (D) D

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