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## How to Prepare Math for SSC CGL Tier 2 : Pinnacle Coaching

How to Prepare Math for SSC CGL Tier 2

Strategy can be the most important thing that can make you or break you. In recent declared result for SSC CGL 2013, we saw very high cut off. This was above expected. Imagine 425 cut off when the number of vacancies were not very few (28000). It means candidates need to work hard as well as smart strategy that can bring you some advantages.
We are conducting coaching classes for SSC CGL for the last five years but 2014-2015 must be the toughest competition which we have come across. Engineers are game changers. So be ready to score above 425 in 2014 Tier 1+ Tier 2.

Let us analyse math paper of 2013 which can give some inputs to our readers and the way forward.

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How to Prepare Math for SSC CGL Tier 2

Number of questions asked topic wise in SSC CGL Tier 2 in 2013 re-exam 345RN3 SSC CGL Tier 2 reexam 2013 21st Sept Math

 SN Topic No. of Questions 1 Number System 5 2 Test of Divisibility 1 3 LCM and HCF 1 4 Square and Square Root 0 5 Cube and Cube Root 0 6 Age determination 0 7 Alligation 2 8 Partnership 0 9 Simple Interest 1 10 Work and Wages 1 11 Sequence and Series 0 12 Miscellaneous 1 13 Power, Indices and Surds 0 14 Simplification 0 15 Average 5 16 Ratio and Proportion 2 17 Percentage 4 18 Profit and loss 6 19 Discount 4 20 Compound Interest 5 21 Time and Work 3 22 Pipe and Cistern 2 23 Time and Distance (Rail) 5 24 Boat and Streams 0 25 Algebra 12 47 Questions 26 Trigonometry 7 27 Geometry 16 28 Mensuration 12 29 Data Interpretation 5 Total 100 How to Prepare Math for SSC CGL Tier 2:

Above tables and graph indicate clearly that advance math i.e. Trigonometry, Geometry, Algebra and mensuration is as important as these chapters are in tier 1 which contribute 60% in tier 1. In Tier 2 these four chapters contribute 47 questions out of 100 means 47%.
So no body can take risk to take these chapters lightly. At least 500 questions from each chapters need to be practiced from whatever source you can use. The most important is learn all the questions from these chapters from previous years question papers SSC CGL Tier 1, Tier 2, CPO, FCI, LDC, MTS etc etc. I have used the word learn instead of solve very carefully. Every body can solve all the questions but everybody can not learn so can not solve in stipulated time period. That will make the difference. Here learning is the key which ultimately means on your finger tips.

You will find that from these four chapters questions are being repeated. You can narrow down your focus on variety questions once you do this activity. You will land up around 60-70 questions as variety questions. SSC will ask only from these 60-70 type which you are expert in if you learn them.

Which are these 60-70 varieties questions, in coming days I will try to publish my articles on these. But you should have your own mastery over it.

How to Prepare Math for SSC CGL Tier 2: Which book you should use?

My answer is all books available with you including NCERTs if possible. If you are the best judge. No book uses short cut methods which you and only you can develop. E.g. Putting value and finding answers in few seconds. Books are usually written in long methods which you can use in competition exams. So solution point of view no need to waste your time. If possible join any good coaching center nearby you. It will help you. Yes you can find questions in various books if not proper solution. But you can avoid M. Tyra type books straightforward.

Now let us come to arithmetic portion. Profit and loss, average, work and time, number system, compound interest, these are the major chapters. Have a command on previous years questions specially on SSC CGL 2014 Tier 1 and Tie2 2 2013. Fix your methods. Don’t try to become R & D expert in examination hall. Learn all the tricks and use them. If you have not solved any typical question earlier don’t even try in the exam. Otherwise your entire exam will be in trouble.

I am publishing SSC CGL Tier 2 , 2013 Re-exam along with its official answer key. I will publish solution with short cuts methods very soon. You can subscribe this website free of cost. It will help you a lot. We publish a lot of material free of cost also. You can use it.

How to Prepare Math for SSC CGL Tier 2: TEST FORM NUMBER : 345RN3

Numerical Aptitude–Tier II

Q1.         The compound interest on a certain sum of money for 2 years at 5% is Rs. 328, then the sum is

1. Rs. 3000 B.   Rs. 3600                   (C)        Rs. 3200                 (D)   Rs.  3400

Q2.         The height of a cone is 30 cm. A small cone is cut off at the top by a plane parallel to the base. If its volume be 1/27th of the volume of the given cone, at what height above the base is the section made?

1. 19 cm B.    20 cm                          C.       12   cm                       D.  15 cm

Q3.            ABCD   is a trapezium with AD and BC parallel sides. E is a point on BC. The ratio of the area of ABCD to that of AED  is

1. A̅D̅̅ / B̅C̅           B. B̅E̅̅̅̅̅̅̅ / E̅C̅            C.   A̅D̅̅+ B̅E̅̅̅̅̅̅̅ / A̅D̅̅ +C̅E̅̅­       D.   A̅D̅̅+B̅C̅ / A̅D̅̅

Q4.         If the surface area of a sphere is 346.5 cm2,  then its radius (taking π= 22/7) is

1.   7 cm                             B.    3.25  cm                        C.     5.25 cm                  D.     9 cm

Q5.         An interior angle of a regular polygon is 5 times its exterior angle. Then the number of sides of the polygon is

1. 14 B.      16                                    C.   12                               D      18

Q6.         The height of right pyramid whose area of the base is 30 m2, and its volume is 500 m3, is

1. 50 m B.      60 m                              C.   40  m                          D.   20  m

Q7.          The base of a prism is a right angled triangle with two sides 5 cm and 12 cm. The height of prism is 10 cm. The total surface of the prism is

1. 360 sq cm B.     300 sq cm                     C.    330  sq cm              D.   325

Q8.           In an equilateral triangle of side 24 cm, a circle is inscribed touching its sides. The area of the remaining portion of the triangle is (3=1.732)

1. 98.55 sq cm                B.         100 sq cm                  C.      101 sq cm             D.    95 sq cm

Q9.          The base of a right prism is an equilateral triangle. If the lateral surface area and volume is 120 cm2,  40 √3 cm3 respectively then the side of the base of the prism is

1. 4 cm                          B.   5  cm                             C.      7 cm                            D.     40 cm

Q10.         Perimeter of a rhombus is 2 p unit and sum of length of diagonals is  m  unit, then area of the rhombus is

1. 1/4 m2p sq  unit    B.     1/4   mp2 sq unit     C.    1/4 (m2-p2) sq unit     D.    1/4  (p2-m2) sq unit

Q11.       A ball of lead 4 cm in diameter is covered with gold. If the volume of the gold and lead are equal, then the thickness of gold (given 2 = 1.259) is approximately

1. 5.038 cm B.     5.190 cm                C.      1.038 cm                 D.    0.518 cm

Q12.        A large solid sphere is melted and moulded to form identical right circular cones with base and height same as the radius of the sphere.  One of these cones is melted and mouded to form a smaller solid sphere. Then the ratio of the surface area of the smaller to the surface area of larger area is

1. 1:34/3 B.    1:23/2                          C.  1: 32/3                              D.     1:24/3

Q13.       Two sides of a plot measuring 32 m and 24m and the angle between is a perfect right angle. The other two sides measure 25 m each and the other three angles not right angles. The area of the plot in m2 is

1. 768 B.       534                                      C.     696.5                     D.    684

Q14.       a  and  b  are two sides adjacent to the right angle of a right angled triangle and  p is the  perpendicular drawn to the hypotenuse from the opposite vertex. Then  P2  is equal to

1. a2 + b2 B.         1 /a2 +    1 / b2                   C.       a2b2 / a2 + b2             D.     a2-b2

Q15.        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 part equals the height of the cone. Then the volume of the ice-cream is (π=22/7)

1. 1078 cubic cm B.    1708  cubic cm         C.       7108  cubic cm         D.     7180 cubic cm

Q16.       A is the centre of circle whose radius is 8 and B is the centre of a circle with diameter is 8. If these circles touch externally, then the area of the circle with diameter AB is

1. 36 π B.      64 π                             C.        144 π                   D.      256 π

Q17.       If  a2 + b2 + c2 =  ab + bc  + ac  then the value of  a + c / b is

1. 0                                     B.        2                             C.    1                                  D.       -1

Q18.       If ab + bc +ca =0 then the value of  (   +  +  )

1. 0                  B.       1                               C.      3                         D.       a + b + c

Q19.       If  ( 2 + √3 ) a = ( 2-√) b = 1 then the value of    +

1. 1 B.    2                                      C.       2√3                                 D.        4

Q20.       If 3x +  = 1 then x3 +  + 1 is

1. 0 B.    1/27                           C.     5/27                      D.       28/27

Q21.       The factors of (a2 + 4b2 + 4b- 4ab -2a -8) are

1. (a-2b-4) ( a-2ab+2) B.      (a-b+2 ) (a-4b-4)
2. (a+2b-4) (a+2b+2)                                               D.      (a+ 2b-1) (a-2b+1)

Q22.        Area of triangle formed by the graph of the straight lines xy=0,   x+y=2  and the  x-axis is

1. 1 sq unit B.   2 sq units                     C.   4 sq units                D.     None of these

Q23.       The value of    –    +

1. 2 B.      1                                    C.       -1                          D.       0

Q24.         If 4x +5y = 83   and   3x: 2y = 21:22 then  y-x equals

1. 3 B.       4                                     C.      7                              D.     11

Q25.       If x=11, then the value of

X5-12x4+ 12x3–12x2+ 12x-1 is

1. 5 B.        10                                      C.       15                               D.    20

Q 26.       If p = 99 then the value of   p(p 2+ 3P + 3) is

1. 10000000                     B.    999000                      C.     999999                     D.   990000

Q27.       Two chords of lengths a meter and b meter subtend angles 60o and 90o at the centre of the circle respectively. Which of the following is true?

1. b= √2a                        B.      a = √2b                        C.       a = 2b                  D.       b = 2a

Q28.       In a triangle ABC,    A + ∠B + ∠C = 140o      then ∠B is

1. 50o                                B.  80o                                C.    40o                             D.    60o

Q29.       The radius of a circle is 6 cm. The distance of a point lying outside the circle from the centre is 10 cm. The length of the tangent drawn from the outside point to the circle is

1. 5 cm                              B.   6 cm                              C.   7 cm                       D.   8 cm

Q30.       If ABCD  be a cyclic quadrilateral in which A= 4xo , B = 7xo  ,   C = 5yo , D = yo then x : Y is

1. 3 : 4                         B.     4 : 3                          C.      5 : 4                      D.     4 : 5

Q31.       G is the centroid of the equilateral Δ ABC. If AB = 10 cm then length of AG is

1. cm      B.           C.   5√3 cm                     D.    10√3 cm

Q32.       Two chord AB  and CD of a circle with centre O, interest each other at P if AOD = 100o and BOC is = 70o then the value of APC is

1. 80o                              B.     75o                              C.      85o                             D.   95o

Q33.       ABCD  is a cyclic quadrilateral and AD is a diameter. If DAC = 55o then the value of ABC is

1. 55o                                B.    35o                             C.   145o                            D.  125o

Q34.       In triangle ABC a straight line parallel to BC intersects AB and AC at D and E respectively. If AB = 2AD    then  DE : BC is

1. 2:3 B.       2:1                              C.      1:2                                   D.   1:3

Q35.       ABC  is an isosceles triangle such that   AB =AC and AD is the median to the base BC with ABC = 35o  Then  BAD is

1. 35o                              B      55o                              C.       70o                           D.   110o

Q36        A man goes 24 due west and then 10 m due north. Then the distance of him from the starting point is

1. 17 m                       B.    26 m                            C.     28 m                          D.     34 m

Q37.       From the top of a tower of height 180 m the angles of depression of two objects on either sides of the tower are 30o and 45o. Then the distance between the objects are

1. 180 (3 + √3) m              B.   180 (3 – √3) m            C.   180 (√3 – 1) m          D.   180 (√3 + 1) m

Q38.       ABCD is a rectangle of which AC is a diagonal. The value  of  (tan2 CAD +1) sin2 BAC is

1. 2                           B.     1/4                               C.     1                        D.       0

Q39.       If tan x = sin 45o . cos 45o + Sin 30o then the value of x is

1. 30       B.  45               C. 60              D. 90

Q40.       For any real values of θ,      = ?

1. cot θ – cosec θ              B.     sec θ – tan θ                C.     cosec θ – cot θ           D.    tab θ – sec θ

Q41.       If the sum and difference of two angles are 135o and π/12 respectively, then the value of the angles in degrees measure are

1. 70o , 65o                      B.     75o , 60o                             C.   45o , 90o                            D.      80o , 55o

Q42.       In a Δ ABC, B = π/3 , C = π/4 and D divides BC internally in the ratio of 1 : 3 then    is equal to

1. 1 / √2 B.   1 / √3                           C.    1 / √6                       D    √6

Q43.       If sin 3A = cos ( A -26o), where 3 A  is an acute angle then the value of A is

1. 29o                              B.       26o                                C.    23o                          D.      28o

Q44.       Value of sec2 θ –    is

1. 1                               B.      2                              C.       -1                         D.     0

Q45.       If x = a ( sin θ + Cos θ), y = b( sin θ – cos θ) then the value of    +    is

1. 0                                   B.      1                              C.    2                            D.    -2

Q46.       If sin 5 θ = cos 20o ( 0o < θ < 90o) then the value of θ is

1. 4o B.      22o                             C.     10o                      D.     14o

Q47.       Find the least number which when divided separately by 15, 20 36 and 48 leaves 3 as remainder in each case

A             183                           B.    243                            C.      483                        D.   723

Q48.       Find the sum of all positive multiples of 3 less than 50

1. 400                                B.    404                                 C.   408                         D.   412

Q49.       If a = 64 and  b= 289, then the value  of

1. 21/2                                     B.     2                                  C.    4                                 D.   -2

Q50.       If the L.C.M. and H.C.F. of two expressions are (x2+ 6x + 8) (x+1) and (x + 1) respectively and one of the expression is  x2 + 3x +2 find the other

1. x2 + 5x + 4                       B.     x2 – 5x + 4                    C.    x2 + 4x + 5             D.     x2 – 4x + 5

Q51.       If the number of items of a set A n (A) = 40,  n(B) =26 and n (AB) = 16 then n (AB) is equal to

1.   30                               B.    40                          C.    50                             D.  60

Q52.           is equal to

1. 352                                 B.     523                              C.    253                           D.    532

Q53.       What is the smallest number by which 625 must be divided so that the quotient is a perfect cube?

1. 25                                     B.     5                                   C.    2                              D.   3

Q54.       If a distance of 50 m is covered in 1 min, that 90 m in 2 min and 130 in 3 min find the distance  covered in 15 min.

1. 610 m B.   750 m                          C.    1000 m                  D. 650 m

Q55.       Three men step off together from the same spot. Their steps measures 63 cm, and 70 cm and 77 cm respectively. The minimum distance each should cover so that all can cover the distance in complete steps is

1. 9630 cm B.   9360 cm                      C.     6930 cm                    D.  6950 cm

Q56.        Find the greatest number which will exactly divide 200 and 320.

1. 10 B.   20                                 C.   16                              D.  40

Q57.        A, B and C are employed to do a piece of work for 575. A and C are supposed to finish 19/23  of the work together. Amount shall be paid to B is

1. 210 B.   100                          C.  200                                   D.   475

Q58.       A man is twice as fast as a woman and a woman is twice as fast as a boy in doing a work. If all of them, a man, a woman and a boy can finish the work in 7 days, in how many days a boy will do it alone?

1. 49            B.     7                                   C.     6                               D.    42

Q59.       A, B and C can do a job in 6 days, 12 days and 15 days respectively. After  1/8 of the work is completed, C leaves the job. Rest of the work is done by A and B together. Time taken to finish the work is

1. 5  days                       B.      5  days                       C.    3   days              D. 3  days

Q60.        15 men take 20 days to complete a job working 8 hours a day. The number of hours a day should 20 men take to complete the job in 12 days

1. 5 hours B.   10  hours                          C .      15 hours                D.   18 hours

Q61.        Having the same capacity 9 taps fill up a water tank in 20 minutes. How many taps of the same capacity required to fill up the  same water tank in 15 minutes?

1. 10 B.     12                                  C.    15                         D.    18

Q62.       Raj and Ram working together do a piece of work in 10 days. Raj alone can do it in 12 days. Ram alone will do the work in

1. 20 days B.   40 days               C.   50 days                         D.     60 days

Q63.       A shopkeeper sold an item at 10% loss after giving a discount equal to half of the marked price. Then the cost price is

1. 1/9 th of marked price           B.    4/9 th of marked price
2. 5/9 th of marked price D.   7/9 th of the marked price

Q64.       A person purchased a saree for Rs 7710 after availing a net discount of Rs 1285. The percentage of discount of 1285. The percentage of discount, the saree shop offers, is

1. 14%                        B.  14 %                           C.   14 %             D.      14 %

Q65.       A cycle dealers offers a discount of 10% and still makes a profit of 26%. What does he pay for a cycle whose marked price is Rs. 840?

1. 600 B.      650                            C.        700                          D.   750

Q66.       If the cost price of an item is two fifth of its marked price and if it is sold at a discount of 10%, then there will be

1. 25% profit B,    40 % profit               C.        50%  profit                        D.       125% profit

Q67.        Prakash lends a part of Rs. 20000 at 8% simple interest and remaining at 4/3 % simple interest. His total income after a year was Rs. 800. Find the sum lent at 8%.

1. Rs. 8000 B.     Rs. 12,000                 C.    Rs. 6,000               D.     Rs. 10,000

Q68.       20 liters of a mixture contains 20% alcohol and the rest water. If 4 liters of water of be mixed in it, the percentage of alcohol in the new mixture will be

1. 33%                         B.   16 %                          C.    25%                      D.    12 %

Q69.       A man divides his property so that his son’s share to his wife’s and  wife’s share to his daughter’s are both as in the ratio 3:1   . If the daughter gets Rs. 10,000 less than son, the value(in rupees)  of the whole property is

1. Rs. 16,250                    B.     Rs.   16,000                     C.      Rs.  18,250                  D.   Rs. 17,000

Q70.        There are two   containers of equal capacity. The ratio of milk to water in the first container is 3:1, in the second container 5:2. If they are mixed up, the ratio of milk to water in the mixture will be

1. 28:41 B.     41:28                        C.    15:41                            D.   41:15

Q71.       The sum of two numbers is equal to 20 and their difference is 25. The ratio of the two numbers is

1. 9:7 B.       7:9                                  C.     3:5                      D.       2:7

Q72.       A travelled a distance of 80 km in 7 hrs partly on foot at a rate of 8 km per hour and partly on

bicycle at 16 km per hour. The distance travelled on foot is

1. 32 km B.    48 km                                  C.   36 km                     D.     44 km

Q73.       The frequency distribution data is given below. If the average age is 17 years, the value of m is

Age (in years)        :                         8       20      26      29

Number of people  :                        3         2        m      1

1. 1 B.   2                                          C.        3                             D.    4

Q74.       The average monthly expenditure of a family for the first four months is Rs. 2570, for the three months Rs. 2490 and for the last five months Rs. 3030. If the family saves Rs. 5320 during the whole year, the average monthly income of the family during the year is

1. Rs. 3000                       B.     Rs.  3185                          C.   Rs.  3200                D.   Rs.   3580

Q75.       After replacing an old number by a new member, it was found that the average age of five members of a club is the same as it was 3 years ago. The difference between the ages of replaced and the member is

1. 2 Years                      B.        4 Years                       C.      8 years                 D.       15 years

Q76.       A man spends Rs. 1800 monthly on an average for the first four months and Rs. 2000 monthly for the next eight months and saves Rs. 5600 a year. His average monthly income is

1. Rs.    2000                         B.    Rs. 2200                         C.    Rs. 2400                    D.    Rs. 2600

Q77.       The Arithmetic mean of the following numbers

1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, and 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7 is

1. 4                                   B.     5                                   C.    14                                D.   20

Q78.       The average of 6 numbers is 20. If one number is removed, the average becomes 15. What is the number removed?

1. 5                               B.   35                            C.      112                                 D.    45

Q79.       An item costing Rs.200 is being sold at 10% loss. If the price is further reduced by 5%, the selling price will be

1. Rs. 170                          B.    Rs.    171                   C.    Rs. 175                     D.   179

Q80.       A shopkeeper buys 144 items at 90 paise each.  On the way 20 are broken. He sells the remainder at Rs.1.20 each. His gain per cent  correct to one place of decimal is

1. 13.8 %                     B.   14.6 %                         C.   14.8 %                             D.     15.8 %

Q81.       There is profit of 20 % on the cost price of an article. The % of profit, when calculated on selling price is

1. 16 %                      B.     20 %                        C.    33 %              D.     None of these

Q82.       By selling an article for Rs. 102, there is a loss of 15 %, when the article sold for Rs. 134.40, the net result in transaction is

1. 12 % gain                    B.   12 % loss                           C.   10 % loss                   D.   15 % gain

Q83.       Two toys are sold at Rs. 504 each. One toy brings the dealer a gain of 12 % and the other a loss of  4 %. The gain or loss per cent by selling both toys is

1. 3% profit B.     4  % profit                    C.     5  % profit                      D.    2 % loss

Q84.       A sold a horse to B for Rs, 4800 by losing 20%. B sells it to C at a price which would have given A a profit of 15%. B’s gain is

1. Rs. 1800                            B.  Rs. 1900                          C.   Rs. 2000                    D.   Rs.   2100

Q85.       If each side of cube is increased by 10%, the volume of cube will increase by

1. 30 % B.   10%                              C.    33.1 %                   D.   25 %

Q86.       A reduction of 21 % in the price of an item enables a person to buy 3 kg more for Rs. 100 The reduced price of item per kg is

1. Rs. 5.50                          B.   Rs.  7.50                         C.     Rs. 10.50                   D.   Rs. 7.00

Q87.       The number that is to be added to 10 % of 320 to have the sum as 30% of 230 is

1. 37                                 B.      32                           C.   23                           D.   73

Q88.       The strength of school increases and decreases in every alternate year by 10%. It started with increase in 2000. Then the strength of the school in 2003 as compared to that in 2000 was

1. increased by 8.9 % B.   Decreased by 8.9 %      C.  Increased by 9.8 %      D.  Decreased by 9.8%

Q89.       Two trains of equal length are running on parallel lines in the same direction at the rate of 46 km/hr and 36 km/hr. The faster train passes the slower train in 36 seconds. The length of each train is

1. 50 m                         B.     72 m                           C.     80 m                         D .   82 m

Q90.       A car driver leaves Bangalore at 8.30 A.M. and expects to each a place 300 km from Bangalore at 12.30 P.M.  At 10.30 he finds that he has covered only 40 % of the distance. By how much he has to increase the speed of the car in order to keep up his schedule?

1. 45 km/hr                           B.    40 km/hr                     C.   35 km/hr                         D.   30 km/hr

Q91.       A train 300 m long is running with a speed of 54 km/hr. in what time will it cross a telephone pole?

1. 20 sec                                B.     15 sec                      C.      17    sec            D.    18 sec

Q92.       A man is walking at a speed of 10 km/hr. After every km, he takes a rest of 5 min. How much time will he take to cover a distance of 5 km?

1. 60 min                           B.     50 min                       C.    40 min                   D.  70 min

Q93.       A man borrows money at 3 % per annum interest payable yearly and lend it immediately at 5 % interest (compound) payable half-yearly and thereby gains Rs. 330 at the end of the year. The sum borrowed is

1. Rs.17000                        B.  Rs.16500                         C.      Rs.15000              D.    Rs.16000

Q94.       Two years ago, the value of Motorbike was Rs.62500. If the value depreciates by 4 % year, now its value is

1. Rs.56700                             B.   Rs. 57600                     C.     Rs.57500                   D.    Rs.55700

Q95.       If the compound interest on a sum for 2 years at 12 % p.a. is Rs.510, the simple interest on the same sum at the same rate for the same period of time is

1. Rs.400                          B.     Rs.450                      C.       Rs.460                      D.    480

A watch company produces four different products. The sale of these products in lakhs during 2005 and 2010 are shown in the following bar diagram. Study the graph and answer the question Nos. 96 to 100 Q96.       The sales in percentage of wrist watch in  2010 more than the sales of table clock in 2010 was nearly by

1. 26.7 %                         B.        27.7%                     C.      28.7 %                   D.   21.7 %

Q97.       The ratio of sales of stop watch in 2010 to the ratio of table clock in 2005 is

1. 6 : 19                          B.     7 : 6                         C.      19 : 6                      D.    7 : 19

Q98.       The sales of table clock in 2005 was less than the sales of wall clock in 2005 is nearly by

1. 70.05 %                       B.     69.05 %                         C.      68.05 %                       D.    62.05 %

Q99.       During the period 2005 – 2010 the minimum rate of increase in sales is in the product of

1. Wrist watch              B.   Table clock                  C.    Stop watch                 D.     Wall clock

Q100.    The sales have increased nearly 13.5 % from 2005 t 2010 in the product of

1. Table clock                  B.   Wrist watch                  C.      Stop watch            D.    Wall clock

C.G.L. (TIER-II), RE-EXAM – 2013 – KEYS

GENERAL
DATE & SESSION : 21/09/2014 : MORNING (PAPER-1)
TEST FORM NUMBER : 345RN3
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QNO KEY QNO KEY QNO KEY QNO KEY QNO KEY QNO KEY QNO KEY QNO KEY
1 C 26 C 51 C 76 C 101 126 151 176
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2 B 27 A 52 C 77 B 102 127 152 177
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3 D 28 B 53 B 78 D 103 128 153 178
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4 C 29 D 54 A 79 B 104 129 154 179
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5 C 30 B 55 C 80 C 105 130 155 180
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6 A 31 B 56 D 81 A 106 131 156 181
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7 A 32 D 57 B 82 A 107 132 157 182
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8 A 33 C 58 A 83 A 108 133 158 183
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9 A 34 C 59 C 84 D 109 134 159 184
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10 C 35 B 60 B 85 C 110 135 160 185
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11 D 36 B 61 B 86 D 111 136 161 186
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12 D 37 D 62 D 87 A 112 137 162 187
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13 D 38 C 63 C 88 A 113 138 163 188
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14 C 39 B 64 B 89 A 114 139 164 189
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15 A 40 C 65 A 90 D 115 140 165 190
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16 A 41 B 66 D 91 A 116 141 166 191
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17 B 42 C 67 A 92 B 117 142 167 192
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18 A 43 A 68 B 93 D 118 143 168 193
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19 D 44 A 69 A 94 B 119 144 169 194
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20 B 45 C 70 D 95 D 120 145 170 195
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21 A 46 D 71 A 96 C 121 146 171 196
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22 A 47 D 72 A 97 D 122 147 172 197
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23 D 48 C 73 A 98 B 123 148 173 198
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24 B 49 A 74 B 99 D 124 149 174 199
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25 B 50 A 75 D 100 A 125 150 175 200

## 33 thoughts on “How to Prepare Math for SSC CGL Tier 2 : Pinnacle Coaching”

1. Smruti Patra says:

This post is indeed a great help to me as I am preparing for the Tier 2, 2014.
If you can guide me in the Numerical ability section with the pattern of Questions (60-70 varieties) it shall be a huge help in my preparation .

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