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Patni Placement Papers:1. How many diagonals of different lengths are possible in a convex regular decagon?1)4)! )#4)1\$#) #. %hich of the following has the greatest value?1) & log'#)) & log'1#) ) log'#)4) log#) &1 . (ineteen delegates are participating in a round table conference with a host. wo  particular delegates always wish to occupy either sides of the host. *ne particular delegates wants to sit +ust opposite the host. How many different seating arrangements are possible?1)'1!),-'1 ),)'1),-'), )'1!),-'),4)'1/),-'),#) (one of these4. 0n a suare 2356 6 76 8 and % are points on side 236 256 5 and 3such that 2: 23 9 27: 75 9 8: 85 9 %: %3 9 :1. urther ; and < are midpoints of 7 and 78 respectively6 while = is a point on % such that =: =% 9 1:. ind the ratio of the area of the triangle <=; to that of the suare 235.1) #:#4) !:1 ) :114) 4:!#) (one of these5irections : 0n the following uestion two euations are provided. *n the basis of these you have to find the relation between p and .>ive answer '1) if p 9 >ive answer ') if p  >ive answer ' ) if   p>ive answer '4) if p ? 6 and>ive answer '#) if  ? p.#. 0. 1!P@ A 1#p A  9 400. B@A ! A 4 9 C  . %hile finding the H of two coprime numbers (1 and (6 the four successive uotients are #6 6 ! and \$ respectively. ind the greatest number which when it divides to (1 and ( leaves the same remainder in each case.1) 14) 1\$ ) 1!4) 11#) #1!!. *n the portion of the straight line x A y 9  which is intercepted between the axes6 a suare is constructed away from the srcin6 with this portion as one of its side. 0f p denotes the perpendicular of a side of this suare form the srcin6 then the maximum value of p is1) ) ) 44)#) (one of these/. ind the least positive integer which has  divisors excluding 1 and the positive integer itself.1) 1!C)  4 ) \$C4) !C#) \$C\$. 0f ( 9 '/1)@4 D '4!)@4 then ( is not divisible by1) /!!) /# ) 1C4) 1!C#) (one of these1C. 5ifferent four&digit numbers are formed with the help of digits C6 6 6 # and !. ind the sum of all those four&digit numbers.1) 1\$! CC) 4\$#CC )  1 !CC4) #4#!CC#) (one of these11. here are 1C identical blocEs of cuboids of dimension cm6 cm 6 #cm. he blocEs areEept one on top of the other in a random fashion to form a structure. How many structures  of uniue height can be created using these blocEs? '(eglect the instability of the structure.)1) \$) C ) !4) 4#) C1. F is a set of triangle such that no two triangles in this set are similar. 2ll triangles in F are having angles in integral degrees. %hat is the maximum number of different triangles in F?1) !CC) 1! )  14) 1\$/#) anGt say5irections 'B. 1 &1!): 2nswer the uestions on the basis of the information given below.2 photo&shoot is to be done involving \$ people 26 36 6 56 6 6 >6 H and 0. hey are sitting in a row form left to right6 all facing the camera. *nly of them are formally dressed. furthermore6 26  and > are males. 5 and 0 are females.3 is a formally dressed male and  is a formally dressed female.Iales and females occupy we select persons from the group such that there is at least one .1 . 0n how many different ways can we select persons from the group such that there is atleast one male and that  and H are never selected?1)  )  ) 44) 4#) anGt say14. %hich of the following statements provides sufficient information to determine6 with respect to each and every person6 whether the person is a male or female and whether the  person is formally dressed or not?1) 0 is a formally dressed male.) H is a formally dressed female. ) 2 is a formally dressed male.4)  is a formally dressed male.#) (one of these1#. 0f H is a male who is not formally dressed6 then which of the following isJare necessarily false?0. 2 sits sixth from the left in the row.00. 3 sits seventh from the right in the row.000. H sits fourth from the left in the row.08. 5 sits second from the right in the row.  1) *nly 0) *nly 00 and 000 ) *nly 0 and 0004) *nly 00 and 08#) *nly 081. 2ssume that  is a formally dressed female. 0f all the formally dressed persons must sit on the three right most seats6 which of the following isJare (* an acceptable sitting seuence's) from left to right?'0) 250>H3'00) >052H3'000) 025H>3'08) H>02531) 06 00 and 08) 00 and 000 ) 0 and 084) 00 and 000#) (one of these1!. Ket  be a male who is formally dressed. he photograph would not turn out to be good if three or more persons who are not formally dressed sit together. %hich of the following informationLs isJare sufficient to infer the position at which  sat'from left) in a photograph that turns out to be good?0. he formally dressed person sat fifth from the left.00. he formally dressed person sat second from the right.000. he formally dressed person sat first from the right.08. he formally dressed person sat third from the right.1) *nly 0) 0 and 08 ) 00 and 0004) 000 and 08#) *nly 085irections 'B. 1/&): 3elow in each uestion are given two statements '2) and '3). hese statements may be either independent causes or may be effects of independent causes or of a common cause. *ne of these statements may be the effect of the other statements. Mead both statements and decide which of the following answer choices correctly depicts the relationship between these two statements.IarE answer 1): in statement '2) is the cause and statement '3) is its effect.IarE answer ): if statement '3) is the cause and statement '2) is its effect.IarE answer ): if both the statements '2) and '3) are independent causes.IarE answer 4): if both the statements '2) and '3) are effects of independent causes.IarE answer #): if both the statements '2) and '3) are effects of some common cause.
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