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“Smart Quant Cracker” Proc Mock 1, 2, 3, 4

Mock – 1 2. If number of digits is 5, then the number should lie


between B4 and B5 we will check the choices, starting
from the minimum choice since the questions wants
1. P the minimum value of “n”
1 2
A B 34 = 81 

Distance of the point from B is twice that from A, all 35 = 343 
points that satisfy this condition will form a circle.
677 does not lie in this range hence choice (1) is
(a) a straight line intersecting AB at a point O such
incorrect.
that 2AO = BO.
44 = 256 
This choice is incorrect as we need a circle an 
not a straight line. 45 = 1024 
677 lies in this range, hence correct answer.
(b) a circle with center at a point O on AB such that 8. Write the values of “an”
AO = 2BO.

This implies that AO = 2 and BO = 1 and hence, the a1 = 1 an + 2 = an (an +1 − 1)


point P that satisfies the condition is one the a2 = 2 a3 = a1 (a2 − 1)
circumfrence of the circle, but the point B is also
on the circumfrence and will not satisfy. a3 = 1 (1× 1)
a4 = 0 (2 × 0) 

a5 = −1(1× −1) 
a6 = 0 (0 × −2) 

A 1 1 0 1 B a7 = 1 ( −1× −1)
a8 = 0 (0 × 0) 
P

a9 = −1(1× −1) 

(c) a circle with center at a point O on AB extended a10 = 0 
such that 4AO = BO.
⇒ an = 0 for all even’ n ≥ 4
This implies that AO = 1 and BO = 4 as in the figure
below. Since point P satisfies the condition hence, ⇒ a1000 = 0
radius of the circle will be 2.
Point Q on the circumfrence of the circle will also 9. Total 901 terms.
satisfy because AQ = 3 and BQ = 6.
1 1 1
Similarly if we consider point R on the circumfrence = 1% ; = 0.5% ; = 0.33%
100 200 300
such that ∠BAR = 90º it will also satisfy.
1 1 1
= 0.25% ; = 0.20% ; = 0.16%
400 500 600
R
× 20
=2
1
= 0.14% ;
1
= 0.12% ;
1
= 0.11%
5 5 700 800 900

×Q 2
×0 1 ×A 1
×P 2
×B Total ; 2.8% ⇒ Avg = 0.28% ; 0.3%
= 0.003
Total value = 901 × 0.003

Point “Q” also satisfies because


AQ = 3 
 correct answer
BQ = 6 

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“Smart Quant Cracker” Proc Mock 1, 2, 3, 4

; 900 × 0.003 4
= 9 × 0.3 = 2.7 ⇒ Total time = 6 .
25
⇒ Answer Choice (4)
17. Assume a = 3, ⇒ a 3 = 5.1, make a rectangle with
11. Correct the figure in the figure ∠D ≠ 90° sides 3 & 5.1 and check visually.
Make ∠D = 90°
A B
∠ACB = 120° as per the question and the figure.
In the figure measure OD, with the help of a paper,
mark OD on the paper as = 1.5 cm.
Measure AC you will find that it is > 3 cm. G
Hence, choice (a) = 2.55, choice (b) = 5.1 and choice a=3
(d) = 6 are incorrect and correct answer is choice
(c) = 3.4.
F
13. A B C D Total
a b c d D C
a 3 = 5.1
Profit– 10% 20% 30% 40% 25%

Check choices 1 1
∆AGF ; AGD = ABCD
(a) 4 : 1 : 4 : 3 → 12 2 8
10 20 30 40
.4 + .2 + .12 + .12 = 3 1 a2 3
= ×a×a 3 =
3 8 8
= 25% , satisfies hence incorrect.
12
(b) 1 : 2 : 2 : 1 → 6
.1 + .4 + .6 + .4 = 1.5 10.
C
A B :1
1.5 : 1
= 25% , satisfies hence incorrect. 5
6
(c) 2 : 3 : 6 : 1 → 12
.2 + .6 + 1.8 + .4 → 3
3
= 25% , satisfies hence incorrect.
12 Rel. vel AB → 4
Rel. vel AC → 6
(d) 5 : 2 : 7 : 3 → 17 Hence cards will be in the ratio of 6 : 4 = 3 : 2
.5 + .4 + 2.1 + 1.2 → 4.2 or out of 33 cards

4.2 2
≠ 25% , does not satisfy hence correct. B will get = × 33 ; 13
17 5

3
16. Assume 120 units of work (LCM 8, 12, 30) get C will get = × 33 ; 20
5
A = 8d → 15 unit/day
Difference = 7.
B = 12d → 10 unit/day
C = 30d → 4 unit/day.

D1 15 10 → 25 units
D2 15 4 → 19 units
D3 10 4 → 14 units
D4 10 15 → 25 units
D5 4 15 → 19 units
D6 4 10 → 14 units
Total 116 ⇒ Balance 4 units
On D7 A and B will do 4 units of work. @ 25 units/day.

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“Smart Quant Cracker” Proc Mock 1, 2, 3, 4

Mock – 2 52. x3 – Ax2 + 8x – C = 0 ............(1)


x3 + Px2 + Qx – 18 = 0 ............(2)
41. Check for a few days– ⇒ Product of roots = 18
Kamla – 1, 3 , 6, 10, 15, 21, 28, 36, 45, 55... Let the roots = 1, 3, 6.
Bimla – 1, 4, 8, 13, 19, 26, 34, 43, 53, 64... ⇒ (x – 1) (x – 3) (x – 6) = 0
Do not meet at all. ⇒ x3 – 10x2 + 27x – 18 = 0
⇒ P, Q ≠ 0.
(5 + )
n
45. 19 ; 9.35n 19 = ? ; 4.35 Thus, roots of equation 1 = – 1, 1, 4.
452 = 2025 Cubic – (x + 1) (x – 1) (x – 4) = 0
n = 1 ⇒ [9.35] = 9
⇒ x3 – 4x2 – x + 4 = 0
Choice (a) & (d) are wrong 442 = 1936 
 4.35 Camparing x3 – Ax2 + Bx – C = 0
n = 2 ⇒ [9.352 ] = 87 432 = 1849  A = 4, B = – 1, C = – 4
4A + 2B + C = 16 – 2 – 4 = 10
Choice (c) is wrong.
Choice (a)
⇒ Choice (b)
57. log5 log4 log3 (x2 – 11x + 1) = 0
47. Correct the figure and measure, AB ; 3 Check choices
1 4 3 −2 x = 8 ⇒ x2 − 11x + 1 = −1 , this is incorrect because log
(a) 4 − (b)
3 3 − 1.2 of – 1 cannot be determined.
; 3.4 ; 2.8
x = 13 ⇒ 169 − 143 + 1 = 27 = 33
log5 log4 log3 (33) = log5 log43, incorrect as it does not
2 3 +1 2 3 −1
(c) (d) satisfy.
2 2
; 2.2 1.2 x = 6 ⇒ x2 − 11x + 1 = 81 = 34
Correct answer choice (b). log5 log4 log3 (34) = log5 log44 = log51 = 0, satisfies,
hence the correct answer is x = 16
49. Draw a square and solve by assumes of square = Choice (a)
10 cm

C F D

8
10

G
2

B 6 E 4 A

1
∆DEC = (ABCD) = 50 cm2
2

1
∆EFG = × 10 × 6 = 30 cm2
2

∆DEC 50 5
= =
∆EFC 30 3

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“Smart Quant Cracker” Proc Mock 1, 2, 3, 4

Mock – 3 57. Number of sides = Number of interior angles in Octagon


= 8.
Each interior angle in a regular Octagon = 135º
51. Put values of N and check Acute angle < 90º
⇒ For an angle to became acute it should be reduced
N 6N + 1 15N + 2
by more then 35º
1 7 17 ⇒ For every angle reducing by 35º, other angles
2 13 32 should increase by 35º
3 19 47 ⇒ If there are 4 acute angles, then there will be 4 >
4 25 62 180º angles not possible.
5 31 77 ⇒ If there are 3 acute angles, the other 5 angles will
need to increase by (3 × 36º = 108º) total or each of
6 37 92
these 5 angles will need to increase by ; 22°. Possible.
7 43 107 Answer choice (c) 3.
8 49 122
9 55 137 58. Let total amount of work = 48 units. John does
8 units/day of work.
10 61 152
On the last day John does 12.5% (= 1/8)
1
⇒ All are coprime ⇒ Answer choice (d) Work = × 48 = 6 units.
8
54. Let list price of 1 chocolate = Re 1. Balance work done by John + David = 42 units
Trader recieves 20 packets = 100 chocolates Check choices for work done by David.
Trader pays Rs 4 for 5 chocolate or Rs 4 per packet. (a) 24 days ⇒ David does 2 units/day
Total paid Rs 76 J + D would do 10 units = 2 days
⇒ 42 units cannot be done in integral number of
SP = Rs 100 ⇒ Pr ofit = 26 > 33% days – incorrect.
76
(b) 12 days ⇒ David does 4 units/day
Answer Choice (c) 35%
J + D would do 12 units in 2 days
⇒ Incorrect because 42 is not a factor of 12.
56. A, B, C, D, E, F can be arranged in 16 ways = 720
Answer should be a factor of 720 ⇒ choice (a) x (c) 8 days ⇒ David does 6 units/day
AB will be together in 2 × 25 cases = 120 × 2 = 240 J + D would do 14 units in 2 days
⇒ AB will not be together in 480 cases. ⇒ 42 units in 6 days and John would do 6 units
In half of these (240) D will be between AB and is half on the last day. Correct answer.
outside.
Answer choice (b) 240. 60. Max possible remainder will be obtained with maximum
possible divisor (the sum of digits.)
Alternate: 98
Choice (a) – Incorrect – Not a factor of 720 Max sum of digits is 17 for 98. ⇒ R = 13
17
Choice (c) and (d) are incorrect – Answer cannot be
⇒ Choice (d) is incorrect
1 1 Next highest sum of digits is 16 for 3 different cases –
very small, it should be ; or
3 4 97, 88, 79
97 88 79
⇒ R = 1, ⇒ R = 8, ⇒ R = 15
16 16 16
⇒ Correct answer. Choice (c) 15

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“Smart Quant Cracker” Proc Mock 1, 2, 3, 4

61. Make a talbe and check: 66. Assume the roots to be 2, 4, 8, hence the equation will
Assume 1st Aug to be Sunday, check for 1st – 15th Aug be (x – 2) (x – 4) (x – 8) = 0
with even dates of Oct. ⇒ x3 – 14x2 + 56x – 64 = 0
⇒ a b c d
1 – 14 56 – 64
1/10 – Fri (a) ac2 = positive, b2d = negative Incorrect
1/8 – Sun 2/10 – Sat (b) ac3 = positive, b3d = positive Can be correct
(c) a2c = positive, bd2 = negative Incorrect
2/8 – Mon 4/10 – Mon
(d) a3c = positive, bd3 = positive
3/8 – Tue 6/10 – Wed 1 × 56 14 × 64 Incorrect
4/8 – Wed 8/10 – Fri Answer choice (b)
5/8 – Thu 10/10 – Sun
6/8 – Fri 12/10 – Tue
P 1 T 1 Q
7/8 – Sat 14/10 – Thu 68.
8/8 – Sun 16/10 – Sat
1
9/8 – Mon 18/10 – Mon
10/8 – Tue 20/10 – Wed 2
U
11/8 – Wed 22/10 – Fri
12/8 – Thu 24/10 – Sun
13/8 – Fri 26/10 – Tue
14/8 – Sat 28/10 – Thu S 2 R
15/8 – Sun 30/10 – Sat
Draw a square of side 2 cm U is any pointer QR
Fix minute “SU + UT”
Camparing we get the days match for 2/8 & 4/10 and Check for 3 cases
9/8 & 18/10 (1) U coinciding with Q.
Answer n = 2 ⇒ SU + UT = SQ + QT = 2 2 + 1 ; 3.8
(2) U coincides with R

64. P>
3 17 257 3 17 51
× × > × = < 0.8 ⇒ SU + UT = SR + RT = 2 + 5 ; 4.2
4 16 256 4 16 64 (3) U is not mid point of QR
Check choice
⇒ SU + UT = 5 + 2 ; 3.6
7 51 Hence, choice (a) ; 2.8 , choice (b) ; 3.7 and choice
(a) < Incorrect
9 64
(c) 2 2 + 1 ; 3.8 are incorrect.
6
(b) ; 0.83 Incorrect Correct answer choice (d) 13 ; 3.6
7

4
(c) >1 Incorrect
3

4
(d) = 0.8 Correct
5

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“Smart Quant Cracker” Proc Mock 1, 2, 3, 4

Mock – 4 tn = tn – 2 – tn – 1
t3 = 150 – t2
t4 = t2 – t3
1. Sum of squares of ‘n’ natural numbers
Check choices for t2
n(n + 1)(2n + 1) t2 – (a) 90 (b) 97 (c) 93 (d) 75
= , this should be a multiple of 30
6 t3 60 53 57 75
or n(n + 1) (2n + 1) should be a multiple of ‘5’ put t4 30 44 36 0
values of n and check.
t5 30 9 21
n n(n + 1) (2n + 1) t6 0 35 15
1 1×2×3 t7 – – 6
2 2×3×5 t8 – – 9
3 3×4×7 t9 – – –

4 4×5×9 Answer choice (c) 93


5 5 × 6 × 11
6 6 × 7 × 13 15. Since | α | < | β | assume.
7 7 × 8 × 15 α = 2, β = −5
8 8 × 9 × 17 ⇒ y = (x – 2) (x + 5) = x2 + 3x – 10
9 9 × 10 × 19 ⇒ Comparing with ax2 + bx + c
10 10 × 11 × 21 a=1 b=3 c = – 10
Same sign opp. sign.
6 out of 10 are multiple of 5 Check choices
⇒ 60 out of first 100 should be multiple of 5 (a) Incorrect, a, b, c, have same sign
⇒ Answer 59, (n < 100) (b) Incorrect, a & b have opposite signs
(c) Correct
3. Make cases and check: (d) Incorrect, a & b have opposite signs
d=1 ⇒ a = 1 to 16 ⇒ 16 cases
d=2 ⇒ a = 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 ⇒ 6 cases
d=3 ⇒ a = 3, 6 ⇒ 2 cases
d=4 ⇒ a=2 ⇒ 1 cases
25 cases

7. Count the number of extra days.

For a month of Date would go back


30 days by 1 day
29 days by 2 days
28 days by 3 days

10th March 2001 Correct date


Apr 2001 – 1 day
Jun 2001 – 1 day
Sep 2001 – 1 day
Nov 2001 – 1 day
Feb 2002 – 3 day
Apr 2002 – 1 day
Total – 8 day

⇒ Instead by 15th May 2002 it will show


7th May 2002.
13. t1 = 150

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“Smart Quant Cracker” Proc Mock 1, 2, 3, 4

16. A, B 17. Assume PQR to be an equilateral ∆ of side 10


Let:

S – midpoint of PQ
T – midpoint of QR
U – midpoint of PR

Assume circufrence of the circle = 3 km. S U


Ratio of speeds of A & B as per the choice.
A B
(a) 4 : 1
Q R
(b) 7 : 4 T
(c) 1 : 4
(d) None of these ⇒ ST = 5 and UT = 5. Line joining the midpoints is half
and parallel to the 3rd side
Choice (a) A covers 4 km  1 rounds 
1
PU = 5
 3  PS = 5
1  ⇒ Perimeter of PSTU = 20
B cover 1 km  round  Choice (b)
3 
Satisfies the condition, hence incorrect.
19. For N to be divisible by 1352, it should have 1352.
 1 
Choice (b) A covers 7 km  2 rounds  13 × 1 will have 131
 3 
13 × 2 will have 132
B covers 4 km  1 rounds 
1
 3  13 × 13 will have 1314
Satisfies the condition, hence incorrect. 13 × 26 will have 1328
1  13 × 39 will have 1342
Choice (c) A covers 1 km  round 
3 
13 × 49 will have 1352
B covers 4 km  1 rounds 
1 ⇒ 13 × 49 = 637 ⇒ N = 637
 3 
⇒ digit sum of N = 16.
Satisfies condition, hence incorrect.
Answer choice (d) None of these.

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