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There are 43800 students in 4 schools of a city. If half of the first, two-third of the
second, three-fourth of the third and four-fifth of the fourth are the same number
of students, then find the ratio of number of students of A and D if A, B, C and D
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Q.2

The height of a triangle as well as its base are increased by 30%. Find the
percentage increase in its area?

69%

79%

83%

90%

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Q.3

Ram has sold two different chocolates at the same price. He gets 15% profit one
chocolate and 15% loss on second chocolate. Find the overall percentage
profit/loss?

2%

2.25%

3%

4%

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Q.4

The compound interest and the simple interest on a sum at certain rate of
interest for 2 years are Rs 2760 and Rs 2400 respectively. Find the sum and
rates of interest.

## Sum = 4000 Rs ; rate = 30%

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Q.5

In what ratio must A and B, two varieties of milk costing 25 Rs. / Kg. and 40
Rs./Kg be mixed such that selling the mixture at 45 Rs. /Kg made a profit of 20%
?

1:6

1:4

1:5

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1:8

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Q.6

## The average temperature on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday is 38°C. the

average temperature on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday is 43°C. If the
average temperature on Monday and Thursday is 18.5°C. The average
temperature on Monday is:

11°C

21°C

35°C

27°C

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Q.7

If there are 4 more men in a work force, they will take 8 days less to complete a
job. Instead if there are 8 more men work in it, they will take 12 days less, to
complete it. Find the ratio of the number of men and time they take usually to
complete it.

1:3

3:1

4:3

3:4

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Q.8

Pipe A and Pipe B can fill a tank in 2 hour and 3 hour respectively. Both the
pipes are opened simultaneously. After how much time should pipe A be closed
so that the tank is filed in 2 hour.

40 min

60 min

55 min

25 min

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Q.9

Chandni and Divakar can do a piece of work in 9 days and 12 days respectively.
If they work for a day alternatively, Chandni beginning, in how many days, the
work will be completed ?

11.11

10

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Q.10

Two travellers walking in two mutually perpendicular direction from a point. One
hour later, the shortest distance between them is 5 Km. and after another 30
min. later, one traveller was 1.5 km farther from the origin than the other. Find
the speed of each traveller?

3 Km /hr, 4 Km/hr

5 Km /hr, 6 Km/hr

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2 Km /hr, 4 Km/hr

3 Km /hr, 5 Km/hr

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Q.11

A piece of paper is in the form of a right angle triangle in which the ratio of base
and perpendicular is 3 : 4 and hypotenuse is 20 cm. What is the volume of the
biggest cone that can be formed by taking right angle vertex of the paper as the
vertex of the cone ?

45.8 cm3

56.1 cm3

61.5 cm3

48 cm3

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Q.12

Vandana walks 4 kms towards the north, turns right and walks 5 km. Then he
turns towards south and walks 2 km. Again he takes a turn towards west walks 3
km and stops for a while. Then he further walks 2 km. What is her distance from
the starting point ?

16 km

2 km

4 km

3 km

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Q.14

78742

79481

78762

78732

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Q.15

## Find the value of

loge 9

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loge 270

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Q.16

Find the distance between two parallel lines 5x + 12y – 30 = 0 and 5x + 12y – 4
=0

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Q.17

There are 12 stations on a railway line. The no. of different journey tickets that
are required by the authorities is :

132

66

90

100

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Q.18

In how many ways can a mixed double game can be arranged from amongst 8
married couples if no husband and wife play in the same game?

840

240

480

None of these

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Q.19

Five balls of different colours are to be placed in three boxes of different sizes.
Each box can hold all five balls. The number of ways in which we can place the
balls in the boxes so that no box remains empty is :

30

150

600

900

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Q.20

Find the number of circles that can be drawn out of 10 points, of which 7 points
are collinear is :

35

85

70

124

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Q.21

In a two digit number, the digits differ by 2. Ten times of the number exceeds 5
times the sum of the number formed by reversing its digits and the sum of its
digits by 90. Find the number.

46

72

84

90

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Q.22

1:2

2:1

1:3

2:3

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Q.23

## its consumption be reduced such that expenditure on it remains unchanged?

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20%

25%

30%

40%

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Q.24

The combined price of 2 items is Rs.92,000. Their individual prices are in the
ratio 16:7. If the price of the first one decreases by 25% while the price of the
second one increases by x%, the new prices will be in the ratio 1:1. Find x?

14.28

28.56

71.4

42.84

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Q.25

The profit made by selling 5m of a cloth equals the selling price of 2m of that

68%

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Q.26

A trader marks his goods such that he can make 32% profit after giving 12%
discount. However a customer availed 20% discount instead of 12%. What is the

20%

44%

30%

28.8%

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Q.27

In what ratio must A and B, two varities of farley costing Rs 24/kg and Rs 38/kg

profit?

1:6

2:3

3:4

2:5

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Q.28

## A sum triples in 4 years under compound interest at a certain rate of interest,

interest being compounded annually. Find the time it would take to become 9
times itself?

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Q.29

The average weight of all the 11 players of Indian cricket team is 50 kg. If the
average of first six lightest weight players is 49 kg and that of the six heaviest
players is 52 kg. The average weigth of the player which lies in the sixth position
in the list of players when all the 11 players are arranged in the order of
increasing or decreasing weigths:

56 kg

52 kg

51 kg

None of these

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Q.30

X is twice as fast as Y and hence takes 30 days less than Y to complete a job.
Find the time taken by X and Y together to complete it?

20 days

15 days

16 days

18 days

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Q.31

## A, B and C can do a work in 12, 15 and 30 days respectively. B and C started

the work together but worked at half of their respective efficiency. After 3 days A
joined them and all three of them worked at their normal efficiencies. In how
much time will the work get completed?

days

days

days

None of These

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Q.32

## A train overtakes two persons, cycling at 9 km/h and 18 km/h in 40 and 48

seconds respectively. Find its length and speed

600 m, 63 km/hr

500 m, 36 km/hr

550 m, 48 km/hr

700 m, 83 km/hr

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Q.33

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Two trains running at 36 km/hr and 45 km/hr cross each other in 20 seconds
when they run in opposite directions. When the trains run in same direction, a
person in the faster train observed that he overtook the slower train in 48
seconds. Find the lengths of the trains.

## 300 m and 305 m

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Q.34

The circumference of the front wheel of a cart is 30 ft. long and that of the back
wheel is 36 ft long. What is the distance travelled by the cart, when the front
wheel has done five more revolution than the rear wheel ?

20 ft.

25 ft.

750 ft.

900 ft.

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Q.35

## A conical cup is filled with ice-cream. The ice-cream forms a hemispherical

shape on its open top. The height of the hemispherical part is 7 cm. The radius
of the hemispherical parts equals the height of the cone. Find the volume of the

ice-cream ?

2098 cm3

107.8 cm3

1078 cm3

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Q.36

## A circle is circumscribed by the rhombus which in turn is made up by joining the

mid-points of a rectangle whose sides, 12 cm and 16 cm respectively. What is
the area of the circle ?

Can’t be determined

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Q.37

ABCD is a square, 4 equal circles are just touching each other whose centers
are the vertices A, B, C, D of the square. What is the ratio of the shaded to the

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Q.38

An equilateral triangle is cut from its three vertices to form a regular hexagon.
What is the percentage of area wasted?

20%

50%

33.33%

66.66%

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Q.39

The areas of a rectangular and a square are in the ratio 3 : 4. The length of the
rectangle is 8 cm more than that of the square. The breadth of the rectangle is 8
cm less than that of the square. Find the perimeter of the square?

64 cm

48 cm

96 cm

128 cm

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Q.40

Karan’s house is south facing. From the front door of his house Karan started
walking and after walking 20 metres straight he turned to his left and walked 50
metres. After this he turned to his right and walked 80 metres. Find the distance
between the point from where he finished his walk and the door of his house.

metres

metres

100 metres

120 metres

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Q.41

## A, B, C, D, E and F are three couples sitting around a round table. D is to the

right of A and B is to the left of C. F – D and B – E are two pairs of persons
sitting opposite to each other. Who is sitting to the left of F?

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Q.42

## Five metros M, N O, P and Q operate between two stations ‘Dwarka’ and

‘Welcome’. The third metro which leaves from Dwarka is the second last metro
to reach Welcome. P, the third metro to reach Welcome reaches after R. M the
second metro to leave Dwarka, reaches after P. Maximum number of metros
reach Welcome between M and R. Q reaches before N. The metro which
reached immediately before P, was the first metro to start from Dwarka. P was
not the last metro to start from Dwarka.

## Which was the first metro to reach ‘Welcome’?

Data-insufficient

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Q.43

## The sum of the infinite series

is equal to :

None of these

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Q.44

Find the missing term in the given series : 0, 4, 48, 180,___, 900

600

686

768

448

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Q.45

Let be the roots of the equation then the roots of the equation are :

a, c

b, c

a, b

a + c, b + c

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Q.46

If then find,

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None of these

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Q.47

An unbiased dice with face values 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 is rolled four times. Out of
the 4 face values obtained, find the probability that the minimum face values is
not less than 2 and the maximum face value is not greater than 5.

None

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Q.48

A box contains two red, three green and four blue balls. In how many ways can
three balls be drawn from the box if atleast one green ball is to be included in the
draw?

23

64

46

None of these

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## In an XYZ entrance examination, a minimum is to be secured in each of the 6

sections to qualify the cut offs. In how many ways can a candidate fail to secure
the cut-offs?

60

61

62

63

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Q.50

There are 5 envelopes corresponding to 5 letters. If the letters are placed in the
envelope at random, what is the probability that all letters are not placed in right
envelopes?

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Q.51

## Let P = , where is a complex cube root of unity. Then P36 is

P2

Identify Matrix

Skew-Symmetric matrix

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Q.52

Let A =

Then the sum is, where Cii denotes the cofactor of a matrix A, at diagonal
positions

–20

–40

–10

None of these

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Q.54

## The matrix has 1 as an eigen value, then its determinant is

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Q.55

equals

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Q.56

The Lagrange mean value theorem is satisfied at a value of ‘C’ for f(x) = x2/3, .
Then ‘C; is _____.

0.45 – 0.46

0.29 – 0.3

0.8 – 0.9

0.11 – 0.12

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Q.57

Given f(x) = x4 – 6x3 + 12x2 –8x, then the point of inflexion of f(x) are

(1, 0)

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(2, 0)

(2, 2)

(2)

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Q.58

## Let , where R is the region bounded by y = x2, and x = 0. Then I equals

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Q.59

Direction derivative of f(x, y, z) = x2y + 9xy2 + 10z2 at the point (1, –2, –1) in the
direction vector of is

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Q.61

## A single sampling plan uses a sample size of 15 and an acceptance number of

1, What will be the probability of acceptance of lots of 50 articles having 2%
defectively?

0.7

0.3

0.21

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Q.62

= 0, then solution is

=C

tan(xy) = C

=C

sec(xy) = C

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Q.63

then the solution of the given differential equation is where Ci are ther
constants, i = 1, 2, 3, 4

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Q.64

## Using Newton-Raphson, the real root of the equation 3x = cosx + 1, upto 4

decimal places is, starting with x0 = 0.6

0.6073

0.6071

0.6077

0.6070

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Q.65

## what is the absolute difference on comparison with the exact result by

simpson’s one third rule?

2.56 × 10–5

3.78 × 10–5

9.95 × 10–4

5.11 × 10–5

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Q.66

## For the equation = , y(0) = 1, taking h = 0.2, approximation to y(0.2) using

Runge-Kutta method of order 4 is

1.12

1.13

1.11

1.14

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Q.68

## The Laplace transform of te–t sin t is

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Q.69

The probabilities that a husband and wife will be alive 20 years from now are
given by 0.8 and 0.9 respectively. Then the probability that after 20 years at least
one, will be alive is

0.72

0.87

0.68

0.98

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Q.70

If from each of the three boxes containing 3 white and 1 black, 2 white and 2
black, 1 white and 3 black balls, one ball is drawn at random, then the probability
that 2 white and 1 black ball will be drawn is :

None of these

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Q.71

f(x) =

## Then the value of k is

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Q.72

If the probability that a fluorescent light has a useful life of at least 800 hours is
0.9, then the probability of that among 20 such lights at least 2 will not have a
useful life of at least 800 hours is

0.4595

0.5091

0.7135

0.6083

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Q.73

## Six value of x and y are to be fitted in a straight line in a form of y = a + bx by the

method of least squares. Given, = 27, = 37, = 139, = 187.5, then the values of
a and b are respectively

## 0.767 and 1.2

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Q.74

## A is a real square matrix of order 2, an upper triangular matrix. If A3 = , then A is

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Let A be a 3×3 upper triangular matrix whose diagonal entries are 1, 2 and –3.
Then A–1 equals, where I is an identity matirx.

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## For which value of K, the given matrix become singular

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4.5

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Q.77

Less than n

n–1

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Q.78

x – 2y + 3z = –2

–x + y – 2z = 3

2x – y + 3z = –7

## This system of linear equations has

unique solution

infinite solution

finite solution

no solution

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Q.79

## If 3% of the bulbs manufactured by a company are defective, then the probability

that in a sample of 100 bulbs less than or equal to 2 bulbs will be defective is

0.4232

0.5976

0.4979

0.6404

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Q.80

## Let f(x) = then

doesn’t exist

f(x) is continuous at x = 0

## f(x) is not continuous at x = 0, but limit exists

f(x) is differentiable at x = 0

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Q.81

is

–1

1/2

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Q.82

## Let Sn = then equals

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Q.83

= 6(x – 1)(x – 2)2 (x – 3)3 (x – 4)4, identify the points where f has local maximum
values,

x = 1, 3

x = 2, 4

x=1

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Q.84

## If U = eax+by f(ax – by) then b.ux + a.uy

2abU

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2(a+b)U

2(a – b)U

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Q.85

The volume of the solid generated by revolving the curve , , about the x-axis is

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Q.86

3 2/512

5 2/256

3 2/128

5 2/128

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Q.87

Find the total work done in moving a particle in a force field given by

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13/3

10

7/6

–13/3

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Q.88

The unit normal to the surface at the point P (3, –1, –2),

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Q.89

## Fourth vertix D of parallelograms ABCD having A = z1; B = z2; C = z3 is given by

z=

z=

z=

z = z1 + z3 – z2

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Q.90

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Q.91

Then I equals

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Q.92

## Then solution of given differential equation is _____, where C is a constant

sec x sec2 y = C

sec x tan y + ex = C

sec x tan y – ex = C

None of these

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Q.93

## A thermometer which reads 75°F indoors is taken outdoors. After 5 minutes it

reads 65°F and after other 5 minutes, it reads 60°F. What is the outside
temperature?

27.5°F

55°F

30°F

31.5°F

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Q.94

none

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Q.95

## , then the particular integral for the given differential equation is

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x–1

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Parabolic

Hyperbolic

Elliptic

Non linear

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Q.97

## Given taking h = 0.1, the approximate value of y(1.1), using Runge-kutta

method, after one iteration is

1.1070

1.10653

1.10666

1.10682

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## The Laplace transform of a function f(t) is . The function f(t) is

t – 1 + e–t

t + 1 + e–t

–1 + e–t

2t + et

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Q.99

The probabilities of A, B and C solving a problem are and respectively. If all the
three try to solve the problem simultaneously, find the probability that exactly one
of them will solve it.

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Q.100

0.5

0.55

0.75

0.65

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