Instructions

Read the following information on â€˜Sectoral Trends in Mergers & Acquisitions in India (2001-02 to 2006-07)â€™ given in Tables below and answer the questions.

Table: Sector wise Number of â€˜Mergers & Acquisitionsâ€™

Table: Sector wise Number of â€˜Mergersâ€™

Question 91

For how many sectors merger activity (measured by number of mergers) is more in the first 3 years as compared to the last 3 years?

Question 92

If the turbulence over a period is defined by the sum of each of the differences (in absolute terms) in number of mergers & acquisitions on a year-on-year basis, then which sector is considered most turbulent for the entire period (2001 - 02 to 2006 - 07)?

Question 93

In which year maximum sectors have exhibited higher number of acquisitions compared to previous year?

Instructions

Charts given below describe the energy scenario of a country. Assume that the country does not export any form of energy and whatever is produced and imported is consumed in the same year. Go through the Charts and answer the questions.

Question 97

What is the approximate proportion of coal in the domestic consumption of energy in 2012?

Question 98

What is the sum of the approximate domestic production of nuclear energy and hydroelectricity in 2011?

Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 99

Let P$$_{1}$$ be the circle of radius R. A square Q$$_{1}$$ is inscribed in P$$_{1}$$ such that all the vertices of the square Q$$_{1}$$ lie on the circumference of P$$_{1}$$. Another circle P$$_{2}$$ is inscribed in Q$$_{1}$$. Another Square Q$$_{2}$$ is inscribed in the circle P$$_{2}$$. Circle P$$_{3}$$ is inscribed in the square Q$$_{2}$$ and so on. If S$$_{N}$$ is the area between Q$$_{N}$$ and P$$_{N+1}$$, where N represents the set of natural numbers, then the ratio of sum of all such S$$_{N}$$ to that of the area of the square Q$$_{1}$$ is :

Question 100

In a school, students were called for the Flag Hoisting ceremony on August 15. After the ceremony, small boxes of sweets were distributed among the students. In each class, the student with roll no. 1 got one box of sweets, student with roll number 2 got 2 boxes of sweets, student with roll no. 3 got 3 boxes of sweets and so on. In class III, a total of 1200 boxes of sweets were distributed. By mistake one of the students of class III got double the sweets he was entitled to get. Identify the roll number of the student who got twice as many boxes of sweets as compared to his entitlement.

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