Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 71

The parallel sides of a trapezoid ABCD are in the ratio of 4 : 5. ABCD is divided into an isosceles triangle ABP and a parallelogram PBCD (as shown below). ABCD has a perimeter equal to 1120 meters and PBCD has a perimeter equal to 1000 meters. Find Sinâˆ ABC, given 2âˆ DAB = âˆ BCD.

Question 72

A three - digit number has digits in strictly descending order and divisible by 10. By changing the places of the digits a new three - digit number is constructed in such a way that the new number is divisible by 10. The difference between the original number and the new number is divisible by 40. How many numbers will satisfy all these conditions?

Question 73

The centre of a circle inside a triangle is at a distance of 625 cm. from each of the vertices of the triangle. If the diameter of the circle is 350 cm. and the circle is touching only two sides of the triangle, find the area of the triangle.

Question 74

If the last 6 digits of [(M)! - (N)!] are 999000, which of the following option is not possible for (M) Ã— (M - N)? Both (M) and (N) are positive integers and M > N. (M)! is factorial M.

Question 75

A person is standing at a distance of 1800 meters facing a giant clock at the top of a tower. At 5.00 p.m., he can see the tip of the minute hand of the clock at 30 degree elevation from his eye - level. Immediately, the person starts walking towards the tower. At 5.10 pm., the person noticed that the tip of the minute hand made an angle of 60 degrees with respect to his eye - level. Using three - dimensional vision, find the speed at which the person is walking. The length of the minutes hand is 200âˆš3 meters (âˆš3 = 1.732).

Question 76

Three pipes are connected to an inverted cone, with its base at the top. Two inlet pipes, A and B, are connected to the top of the cone and can fill the empty in 8 hours and 12 hours, respectively. The outlet pipe C, connected to the bottom, can empty a filled cone in 4 hours. When the cone is completely filled with water, all three pipes are opened. Two of the three pipes remain open for 20 hours continuously and the third pipe remains open for a lesser time. As a result, the height of the water inside the cone comes down to 50%. Which of the following options would be possible?

Instructions

Answer the questions on the basis of information given below.

As a part of employee improvement programs, every year an organization conducts a survey on three factors: 1. Number of days (in integers) of training undergone, 2. Amount of bonus (in lacs) received by an employee and 3. Employee effectiveness score (on the scale of 1 to 10). Survey results for last two years are given below for the same seven employees.

Question 77

In Survey 1, what was the average bonus earned by employees who underwent training for more than 17 days?

Question 78

Identify the number of employees whose employee effectiveness score was higher than 7 in Survey 1, but whose bonus was lower than 20 lacs in Survey 2.

Question 79

From Survey 1 to Survey 2, how many employees underwent more days of training but their annual bonus decreased?

Question 80

From Survey 1 to Survey 2: for how many employees training days increased along with an increase of employee effective score by at least 1.0 rating?