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CAT Exam Verbal
Hii sir, I Am preparing for the CAT Exam will you please provide me Some Sample questions that is Asked in the CAT Exam ? As you asking for the Sample questions of the CAT Exam here I am giving you the Sample questions of the CAT Exam the questions are as follow 1. The total cost of 2 pencils, 5 erasers and 7 sh while 3 pencils and 5 sharpeners cost Rs.15 more what amount (in Rs.) does the cost of 39 erasers exceed the cost of 6 pencils? (1) 20 (2) 30 (3) It does not exceed (4) Cannot be determined If the roots of the equation (x + 1) (x + 9) + 8 = the roots of the equation (x+ a) (x+ b) - 8 = 0 are (1) 1 and 9 (2) -4 and -6 (3) 4 and 6 (4) Cannot be determined A sequence of 4 digits, when considered as a numberin base 10 is four times the number it represents in base 6. What is the sum of the digits of the sequence? (1) 7 (2) 6 (3) 9 (4) 8 Some friends planned to contribute equally to jointly buy a CD player. However, two of them decided to withdraw atthe last minute. As a result, each of the others had to shell out one rupee more than what they had planned for. If the price (in Rs.) ofthe CD player is an integer between 1000 and 1100, find the number of friends who actually contributed? (1) 21 (2) 23 (3) 44 (4) 46 DIRECTIONS for questions Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below. A robot is designed to move in a peculiar way and it can be set in motion by a microprocessor program. The program canbe initiated by assigning a positive rational value to its variable n. The program directs the robot to move in the following way. As soon as the program is started, the robot starts from the pointO, moves 2n metres northward and changes its direction by n° to the right. It then moves 2nmetres forward and again changes its direction by n° to the right and continues in this manner till it reaches the starting point O, or till it covers a total distance of 1000m, whichever happens first, and then it stops. I assigned a value for n and started the program. If the robot finally came back to O and stopped, what is the total distance that it has covered? (1) 180 m (2) 360 m (3) 720 m (4) Cannot be determined For how many values of n in the intervals [1, 60] does the robot cover less than 1000 m, before it stops? (1) 19 (2) 60 (3) 355 (4) Infinite Rest of the questions you may get from the below Attachement that is Free to Download Last edited by Neelurk; June 2nd, 2020 at 03:01 PM. |