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CTS PAPER - 23 JUN 2004

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JUNE 23rd

          1. Some children goto ice-cream shop. 9 flavours are available there.          Each child takes a cone with two different flavours. No two children          take same combination and they have taken all such possible          combinations. How many children went to ice cream shop?
         2. (1- 1/6) (1-1/7) .... (1- (1/(n+4))) (1-(1/(n+5))) = ? Ans:          5/(something)
         3. A man has to get air-mail. He starts to go to airport on his motor          bike. Plane comes early and the mail is sent by a horse-cart. The man          meets the cart in the middle after half an hour. He takes the mail and          returns back, by doing so, he saves twenty minutes. How early did the          plane arrive?
         4. A,B,C,and D tells the following times by looking at their watches.
         A tells it is 3 to 12.
         B tells it is 3 past 12.
         C tells it is 12:2.
         D tells it is half a dozen too soon to 12.
         No two watches show the same time. The differences between the
         watches is 2,3,4,5 respectively. Whose watch shows maximum time?
         5. y
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         C /-------|D
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         /  / |
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         X B
         It is semicircle along X and Y with radius=17. What is length of BD?
         6. Ten boxes are there. Each ball weighs 100 gms. One ball is weighing          90 gms.
         i) If there are 3 balls (n=3) in each box, how many times will it take          to find 90 gms ball?
         ii) Same question with n=10
         iii) Same question with n=9
         7. There are three different boxes A,B and C. Difference between weights          of A and B is 3 kgs. And between B and C is 5 kgs. Then what is the          maximum sum of the differences of all possible combinations when two          boxes are taken each time.
         8. I lost Rs.68 in two races. My second race loss is Rs.6 more than the          first race. My friend lost Rs.4 more than me in the second race. What is          the amount lost by my friend in the second race? Ans: 37 (check it)
         9. A problem on weather. I don't remember exactly, but its something          like this. We went to some place and it rained for 15 days. Clear          mornings are followed by rainy afternoons. And all clear afternoons are          proceeded by rainy mornings. It rained continuously for 10 mornings. It          rained for 12 afternoons. And 13 days are without any rain. How many          days we stayed in the new place?
         10. A and B are shooters and having their exam. A and B fall short of 10          and 2 shots respectively to the qualifying mark. If each of them fired          atleast one shot and even by adding their total score together, they          fall short of the qualifying mark, what is the qualifying mark?
         11. A face of the clock is divided into three parts. First part hours          total is equal to the sum of the second and third part. What is the          total of hours in the bigger part?
         12. A INK bug starts jumping 1 mtr to each direction north, south, east          and west
         respectively. It marks a point in the new locations. It comes back to          its original point after jumping in all directions. It again starts the          same process from the newly drawn unique points. Totally how many points          did the bug mark?
         13. There is a six digit code. Its first two digits, multiplied by 3          gives all ones. And the next two digits multiplied by 6 gives all twos.          Remaining two digits multiplied by 9 gives all threes. Then what is the          code?
         14. There are 4 balls and 4 boxes of colours yellow, pink, red and          green. Red ball is in a box whose colour is same as that of the ball in          a yellow box. Red box has green ball. In which box you find the yellow          ball? Ans: Pink
         15. Quitub Meenar height is 230 mtrs. A person lays a boulder and stands          on it. He then places a step by its side. Then he goes for another          boulder on it and so on. One step height is 1 mtr. Boulder is one cubic          mtr. Then how many steps are required to reach to the top?
         16. A question on quadrilateral. Ans: 20cm sq.
         17. A problem on Parallelogram.
         18. There are four professors: American, English, Japanese and Indian.          Each take only one subject and all their houses are in a straight line.          Indian doesn't teach maths. American teaches geography. English man is          adjacent to Japanese who is in red house. Professor in green house          teaches history. Indian lives in white house. Blue house has only one          adjacent house which is green. (one more subject is phylosophy).
         Two or Three questions on this, like what does the Indian teach, etc..
         20. A similar question, 4 persons (Vijay, Vinay, Ajay and Nanda) in 4          professions:
         medical, engineering, architecture, and Accountancy. Each play one          different instrument : Sitar, Tabla, Violin and Flute. There are some          conditions and two questions on this. Its easy, just need to understand          the problem.
         21. Two tribes of Jadugars are there. One type is always right about          predictions about themselves and others. Another type is always wrong in          their predictions about themselves and others.
         Two questions like: if a jadugar tells 'you are always right' to a man,          to which type the man and the jadugar belong to?
         23. Ambanis took over some company. Later they came to know that the co.          was actually in loss. They have learned that ________
         four options like:All that glitters is not gold (I think this option is          correct)
         24. One more question like the one above.
         25. Two questions are given, and some common sense is needed there, for          example, After 180 successful days, 'News Talk' is taken out of air. The          government wants to woo the journalists before the general elections.          Mr.X of DD says that the program is not completely stopped and it is          just getting reformatted.
         Question is 'What is News talk'?
         i) A program on govt. issues
         ii) A serial on journalists (I think it is right)
         iii) A documentary on journalism
         iv) Something else

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