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CTS - Latest 8 Questions & Answers

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Questions

Question [1-2] If
indicates integral of x i.e is the largest integer less than x and |x| indicates

1)Absolute value of x then what is the maximum value of
/|x|.
A. 1     B. 0     C.-1     D. None of these

2.In the above question what is the minimum value of
/|x|.
A. 1     B. 0     C.-1     D. None of these

(3-5) If the clock(Conventional clock with numbers from 1 to 12 in order) is cut into 3 pieces such that the sum of numbers on each piece are in Arithmetic Progression(A.P) with a common difference of 1.

3) What is the sum of even numbers in the group where 5 is present?
A. 4     B. 10     C. 12     D. 14

4) What is the count of numbers in each piece.
A. 2,2,5     B. 5,5,2     C. 3,4,5     D. 6,4,2

5) What is the count of numbers in each piece.
A. 2,2,5     B. 5,5,2     C. 3,4,5     D. 6,4,2

6) There is a circular track of length 400 mts. If A and B Starts at the same point but in opposite direction with a speeds of 8 m/sec and 12 m/s respectively. Then at what time after the beginning they will meet for the second time.
A. 1hr 40 sec     B. 20 sec     C. 40sec     D. 3hr 20 sec

7) In the above question when will they meet for the first time at the starting point.
A. 1hr 40 sec     B. 20 sec     C. 40sec     D. 3hr 20 sec
If the vertices of the triangle are A(1,2), B(-2,-3) and C(2,3) then which is the largest angle?
A. Angle(ABC)     B.Angle(BAC)     C.Angle(ACB)     D.None

1) A
2) D
3) B
4) C
5) C
6) C
7) A