## MBA CET Preparation GuideDiscuss *MBA CET Preparation Guide* within the **CAT, XAT, MAT, CET, JMET and other Indian MBA Entrance Exams** forums, part of the Preparation Resource for Entrance Exams category; Originally Posted by Patrickd
1. Y is the smallest positive integer such that 3150 multiplied by Y is the square ... | | | | | **Re: MBA CET Preparation Guide - **
December 16th, 2011
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Originally Posted by **Patrickd** 1. Y is the smallest positive integer such that 3150 multiplied by Y is the square of an integer, then Y must be
(a) 2
(b) 5
(c) 6
(d) 6
(e) 14
2. In a weight lifting competition, the total weight of Joe's two lifts was 750 Kgs. If twice the weight of his first lift was 300 Kgs more than the weight of his second lift, what was the weight , in Kgs of his first lift?
(a) 225
(b) 275
(c) 325
(d) 350
(e) 400
3. Mary's income is 60%u0025 more than Tim's income, and Tim's income is 40% less than Juan's income. What percent of Juan's income is Mary's income?
(a) 124%
(b) 120%
(c) 96%
(d) 80%
(e) 64% | Answers
1. Every square should have prime factors in multiple of 2. 3150 is not divisible by 4. So there is only one 2. So we need another 2. From options it can be 2 or 14. By dividing by 7 we get 450. So there is only one 7 and we need one more. So the answer should be 14.
2. x+y=750,2x=300+y solve it.....x=350. Ans. d
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December 16th, 2011
1. Satish used 6 litres of oil paint to paint a map of India 6m high. How many litres of paint would Santosh need for panting a proportionally scaled map of height 18 m?
(a) 54
(b) 18
(c) 30
(d) Cannot be determined
2. A tank caqn be filled in by two taps A and B in 3 min. However, due to a leakage at the bottom of the tank, it takes 3.5 min to fill the tank. If tank is full, then how much time will the leakage take to empty the tank?
(a) 21min
(b) 12min
(c) 24 min
(d) 18min
3. Two trains have respective lengths of 230 m and 190 m. They cross each other completely in 21 s if they are travelling in the opposite direction and in 42 s if they are travelling in the same direction. Find the ratio of the speeds of the two trains.
(a) 3:1
(b) 4:1
(c) 3:2
(d) None of these | | | **The Following User Says Thank You to For This Useful Post:** | | | | | **Re: MBA CET Preparation Guide - **
December 18th, 2011
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Originally Posted by **Patrickd** 1. Satish used 6 litres of oil paint to paint a map of India 6m high. How many litres of paint would Santosh need for panting a proportionally scaled map of height 18 m?
(a) 54
(b) 18
(c) 30
(d) Cannot be determined
2. A tank caqn be filled in by two taps A and B in 3 min. However, due to a leakage at the bottom of the tank, it takes 3.5 min to fill the tank. If tank is full, then how much time will the leakage take to empty the tank?
(a) 21min
(b) 12min
(c) 24 min
(d) 18min
3. Two trains have respective lengths of 230 m and 190 m. They cross each other completely in 21 s if they are travelling in the opposite direction and in 42 s if they are travelling in the same direction. Find the ratio of the speeds of the two trains.
(a) 3:1
(b) 4:1
(c) 3:2
(d) None of these | 1. the word proportionally gives sufficient hint that length and breadth will become 3 times (map is 2-dimensional) so area will be 3x3=9 times. hence oil paint used should be 6x9=54 lts.
2. 1/x = 1/3 - 1/3.5; so, x=21mins
3. s1 + s2 = 420/21=20; s1 - s2 = 420/42=10. so, s1=15, s2=5. Required Ratio= 3:1 | | | **The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to For This Useful Post:** | | | | | **Re: MBA CET Preparation Guide - **
December 22nd, 2011
1. In an election 30% of the voters voted for candidate A whereas 60% of the remaining voted for candidate B. The remaining voters did not vote. If the difference between those who voted for candidate A and those did not vote was 12000, how many individuals were eligible for casting vote in that election?
a) 10,000 b) 45,000 c) 60,000 d) 72,000
2. Salaries of Ravi and Sumit are in the ratio 2:3. If the salary of each is increased by Rs. 4000, the ratio becomes 40:57. What is Sumits present salary?
a. Rs. 17000 b. Rs. 20000 c. Rs. 25,500 d. None of these | | | **The Following User Says Thank You to For This Useful Post:** | | | | | **Re: MBA CET Preparation Guide - **
December 23rd, 2011
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Originally Posted by **Patrickd** 1. In an election 30% of the voters voted for candidate A whereas 60% of the remaining voted for candidate B. The remaining voters did not vote. If the difference between those who voted for candidate A and those did not vote was 12000, how many individuals were eligible for casting vote in that election?
a) 10,000 b) 45,000 c) 60,000 d) 72,000
2. Salaries of Ravi and Sumit are in the ratio 2:3. If the salary of each is increased by Rs. 4000, the ratio becomes 40:57. What is Sumits present salary?
a. Rs. 17000 b. Rs. 20000 c. Rs. 25,500 d. None of these | Answers
1. A: 30% B:60% of 70% = 42%
Remaining voters = 100-(30+42)=28%
30%-28%=2%=12000
Total eligible for casting vote=60000 (c)
2. D. 34,000 | | | | | | **Re: MBA CET Preparation Guide - **
December 23rd, 2011
Six books on different subjects, viz. History, Geography, English, Hindi, Economics and Psychology, are arranged in a pile (not necessarily in the same order). Each book belongs to different persons whose names are Debasis, Harsh, Vishwas, Ravi, Sanjay and Neeta.
English book, which is kept on the top, belongs to Debasis, Psychology book, which is kept at the bottom does not belong to Sanjay or Ravi.
Economics book belongs to Harsh and is kept immediately after Hindi.
History book is immediately above Geography and immediately below Economics. Hindi book belongs to Neeta and History book belongs to Ravi.
Q. Whom does Psychology book belong to?
(a) Neeta
(b) Vishwas
(c) Harsh
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December 29th, 2011
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Originally Posted by **Patrickd** Six books on different subjects, viz. History, Geography, English, Hindi, Economics and Psychology, are arranged in a pile (not necessarily in the same order). Each book belongs to different persons whose names are Debasis, Harsh, Vishwas, Ravi, Sanjay and Neeta.
English book, which is kept on the top, belongs to Debasis, Psychology book, which is kept at the bottom does not belong to Sanjay or Ravi.
Economics book belongs to Harsh and is kept immediately after Hindi.
History book is immediately above Geography and immediately below Economics. Hindi book belongs to Neeta and History book belongs to Ravi.
Q. Whom does Psychology book belong to?
(a) Neeta
(b) Vishwas
(c) Harsh
(d) Cannot be determined | Answer
eng-deba
hindi-neeta
eco-harsh
history-ravi
geo-sanjay
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December 29th, 2011
P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting in a circle facing the centre. Following are the details of their order of sitting.
(i) S, who is second to the right hand side of R, is not to the immediate right of V
(ii) U is not between V and T
(iii) P is between R and Q
Q. Which of the following statement is wrong?
... (i) T is to the immediate left of R
(ii) Q is to the immediate left of U
(iii) U, S and T are in a sequence, one after the other
(a) only I
(b) only II
(c) only III
(d) only I and II
Q. Which of the following are the two pairs of adjacent members?
(a) VS and TR
(b) SU and PQ
(c) PR and TQ
(d) None of these
Q. What is the position of T?
(a) to the immediate left of R
(b) second to the left of P
(c) Fourth to the left of U
(d) None of these | | | | | Thread Tools | | Display Modes | **Linear Mode** |
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