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Page 1 CAT 1996 Actual Paper
Scoring table
T otal questions T otal attempted T otal correct T otal wrong Score Time taken
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1 a 2 a 3 a 4 b 5 c 6 a 7 a 8 a 9 c 10 b
11 b 12 b 13 b 14 c 15 d 16 a 17 b 18 a 19 a 20 c
21 b 22 a 23 d 24 b 25 a 26 b 27 c 28 b 29 b 30 a
31 a 32 b 33 c 34 a 35 c 36 c 37 a 38 b 39 a 40 a
41 d 42 d 43 a 44 a 45 c 46 c 47 a 48 a 49 a 50 d
51 b 52 b 53 d 54 b 55 a 56 c 57 b 58 c 59 d 60 a
61 a 62 c 63 d 64 b 65 a 66 c 67 b 68 c 69 c 70 b
71 a 72 d 73 d 74 a 75 b 76 d 77 a 78 a 79 c 80 d
81 a 82 c 83 b 84 d 85 c 86 b 87 b 88 c 89 d 90 c
91 b 92 c 93 a 94 b 95 c 96 b 97 d 98 d 99 a 100 b
101 c 102 b 103 c 104 d 105 b 106 b 107 a 108 a 109 a 110 b
111 a 112 a 113 c 114 c 115 d 116 b 117 c 118 c 119 b 120 b
121 b 122 a 123 c 124 b 125 a 126 b 127 b 128 d 129 d 130 b
131 d 132 d 133 c 134 a 135 a 136 c 137 d 138 b 139 b 140 b
141 c 142 d 143 a 144 c 145 b 146 b 147 a 148 d 149 d 150 b
151 a 152 d 153 c 154 d 155 b 156 b 157 a 158 b 159 d 160 c
161 d 162 b 163 b 164 c 165 a 166 a 167 d 168 d 169 d 170 b
171 c 172 d 173 c 174 d 175 b 176 a 177 a 178 d 179 d 180 a
181 c 182 a 183 d 184 a 185 b
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Scoring table
T otal questions T otal attempted T otal correct T otal wrong Score Time taken
185
	




1 a 2 a 3 a 4 b 5 c 6 a 7 a 8 a 9 c 10 b
11 b 12 b 13 b 14 c 15 d 16 a 17 b 18 a 19 a 20 c
21 b 22 a 23 d 24 b 25 a 26 b 27 c 28 b 29 b 30 a
31 a 32 b 33 c 34 a 35 c 36 c 37 a 38 b 39 a 40 a
41 d 42 d 43 a 44 a 45 c 46 c 47 a 48 a 49 a 50 d
51 b 52 b 53 d 54 b 55 a 56 c 57 b 58 c 59 d 60 a
61 a 62 c 63 d 64 b 65 a 66 c 67 b 68 c 69 c 70 b
71 a 72 d 73 d 74 a 75 b 76 d 77 a 78 a 79 c 80 d
81 a 82 c 83 b 84 d 85 c 86 b 87 b 88 c 89 d 90 c
91 b 92 c 93 a 94 b 95 c 96 b 97 d 98 d 99 a 100 b
101 c 102 b 103 c 104 d 105 b 106 b 107 a 108 a 109 a 110 b
111 a 112 a 113 c 114 c 115 d 116 b 117 c 118 c 119 b 120 b
121 b 122 a 123 c 124 b 125 a 126 b 127 b 128 d 129 d 130 b
131 d 132 d 133 c 134 a 135 a 136 c 137 d 138 b 139 b 140 b
141 c 142 d 143 a 144 c 145 b 146 b 147 a 148 d 149 d 150 b
151 a 152 d 153 c 154 d 155 b 156 b 157 a 158 b 159 d 160 c
161 d 162 b 163 b 164 c 165 a 166 a 167 d 168 d 169 d 170 b
171 c 172 d 173 c 174 d 175 b 176 a 177 a 178 d 179 d 180 a
181 c 182 a 183 d 184 a 185 b
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1. a Starts with telling how women handle pain better than
men. Given example of child birth in A followed by
consequences in B,  D states that men  in authors’ life do
not take painkillers, C tells about their complaining.
2. a D States the position now, as opposed to a 'few years
ago' mentioned in 1. B makes a comparison with a similar
situation which A continues with. C asks a question that
is answered by 6.
3. a A talks about where the wedding took place, C states
who all attended marriage, D tells us about the bride and
B states that little is known about her, a fact that is
continued in 6.
4. b D states that in addition to being unlucky in love, Liz
Taylor is unlucky in law too. C states the reason for that
observation, A states the consequences of C and B
states what the lawsuit was about.
5. c A tells us who Chambers was, D states why he had
appeared before the Committee, C states Hiss' reaction
to charges against him. B states that Nixon arranged a
meeting between the two, and 6 continues with what
happened at the meeting.
6. a A gives some names of the guitar heroes, C adds to the
list, B states why these musicians were popular and D
states why their popularity came down.
7. a A states that though oceans are the cradles of life, waste
is dumped into them, C talks about the results of the
same, B continues with it and D concludes that man has
caused these problems.
8. a D tries to answer the question raised in 1, B simplifies
the statement made in D, C further simplifies it and A talks
about the position of ordinary citizens regarding the issue,
which is continued in 6.
9. c B answers the question raised in 1, D gives a reason for
the stand taken by the analysts regarding the new
machine, C highlights that a desktop computer can come
just for $2,000 in America, and A states a disadvantage
of these computers.
10. b B states Clarke's determination to make stained glass
more popular, A states his success in the mission, D talks
about his two projects and C elaborates on the first
project while 6 talks about the second.
11. b All others have a quality of excitement in them.
12. b All others refer to a flow of a liquid.
13. b All others refer to deception in some form.
14. c All others are modes of transport.
15. d All others refer to a break in a continuous action.
16. a The first pair shows two states of matter and the second
pair gives examples of those states.
17. b The first word of each pair refers to breaking up of
something and the second pair refers to joining of
something.
18. a Both are pairs of antonyms.
19. a Bricks put together make a building, just as words put
together make a dictionary.
20. c Both are pairs of antonyms.
21. b In both the pairs, the first is interrupted or followed by
the second.
22. a Using words in a wrong place is malapropism and placing
something in a wrong period of time is anachronism.
23. d Anterior means front and posterior means rear.
24. b This is the only phrase that fits here.
25. a 'Even if I have tears in me' goes perfectly with 'I have to
keep smiling'.
26. b Stock markets indicate public sentiment, not just
confidence.
27. c 'Few will know about' is the most concise way to express
the meaning.
28. b It is a well-known saying in English.
29. b 'Its haunting images' refers to the haunting images of the
movie.
30. a No other choice states why they are tied to Moscow.
31. a The sentence refers to the people who are 'physically
looked after' by the welfare aid. No other choice states
the involvement of welfare aid.
32. b The best possible and logical answer is (b) combining
realistic details.
33. c The given phrase obviously refers to the answer to the
question that is bothering the author.
34. a The original phrase is best suited here.
35. c The sentence means that any other action will most
probably lead to failure.
36. c If all copper is used for pins and some tin is also copper,
then it follows that some pins are made of tin.
37. a If all birds lay eggs and ostrich is a bird, it follows that
ostrich also lays eggs.
38. b If all wood is good and all wood is paper, it follows that
some paper is also good.
39. a If all bricks are tricks and all tricks are shrieks, then some
shrieks should be bricks.
40. a If all sandal is band and all band is sand, it follows that
some sand is band.
41. d All life is strife and all that is wife is life, therefore all wife
is also strife.
42. d All owls are mosquitoes but some owls are flies,
therefore some flies are also mosquitoes.
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Scoring table
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1 a 2 a 3 a 4 b 5 c 6 a 7 a 8 a 9 c 10 b
11 b 12 b 13 b 14 c 15 d 16 a 17 b 18 a 19 a 20 c
21 b 22 a 23 d 24 b 25 a 26 b 27 c 28 b 29 b 30 a
31 a 32 b 33 c 34 a 35 c 36 c 37 a 38 b 39 a 40 a
41 d 42 d 43 a 44 a 45 c 46 c 47 a 48 a 49 a 50 d
51 b 52 b 53 d 54 b 55 a 56 c 57 b 58 c 59 d 60 a
61 a 62 c 63 d 64 b 65 a 66 c 67 b 68 c 69 c 70 b
71 a 72 d 73 d 74 a 75 b 76 d 77 a 78 a 79 c 80 d
81 a 82 c 83 b 84 d 85 c 86 b 87 b 88 c 89 d 90 c
91 b 92 c 93 a 94 b 95 c 96 b 97 d 98 d 99 a 100 b
101 c 102 b 103 c 104 d 105 b 106 b 107 a 108 a 109 a 110 b
111 a 112 a 113 c 114 c 115 d 116 b 117 c 118 c 119 b 120 b
121 b 122 a 123 c 124 b 125 a 126 b 127 b 128 d 129 d 130 b
131 d 132 d 133 c 134 a 135 a 136 c 137 d 138 b 139 b 140 b
141 c 142 d 143 a 144 c 145 b 146 b 147 a 148 d 149 d 150 b
151 a 152 d 153 c 154 d 155 b 156 b 157 a 158 b 159 d 160 c
161 d 162 b 163 b 164 c 165 a 166 a 167 d 168 d 169 d 170 b
171 c 172 d 173 c 174 d 175 b 176 a 177 a 178 d 179 d 180 a
181 c 182 a 183 d 184 a 185 b
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1. a Starts with telling how women handle pain better than
men. Given example of child birth in A followed by
consequences in B,  D states that men  in authors’ life do
not take painkillers, C tells about their complaining.
2. a D States the position now, as opposed to a 'few years
ago' mentioned in 1. B makes a comparison with a similar
situation which A continues with. C asks a question that
is answered by 6.
3. a A talks about where the wedding took place, C states
who all attended marriage, D tells us about the bride and
B states that little is known about her, a fact that is
continued in 6.
4. b D states that in addition to being unlucky in love, Liz
Taylor is unlucky in law too. C states the reason for that
observation, A states the consequences of C and B
states what the lawsuit was about.
5. c A tells us who Chambers was, D states why he had
appeared before the Committee, C states Hiss' reaction
to charges against him. B states that Nixon arranged a
meeting between the two, and 6 continues with what
happened at the meeting.
6. a A gives some names of the guitar heroes, C adds to the
list, B states why these musicians were popular and D
states why their popularity came down.
7. a A states that though oceans are the cradles of life, waste
is dumped into them, C talks about the results of the
same, B continues with it and D concludes that man has
caused these problems.
8. a D tries to answer the question raised in 1, B simplifies
the statement made in D, C further simplifies it and A talks
about the position of ordinary citizens regarding the issue,
which is continued in 6.
9. c B answers the question raised in 1, D gives a reason for
the stand taken by the analysts regarding the new
machine, C highlights that a desktop computer can come
just for $2,000 in America, and A states a disadvantage
of these computers.
10. b B states Clarke's determination to make stained glass
more popular, A states his success in the mission, D talks
about his two projects and C elaborates on the first
project while 6 talks about the second.
11. b All others have a quality of excitement in them.
12. b All others refer to a flow of a liquid.
13. b All others refer to deception in some form.
14. c All others are modes of transport.
15. d All others refer to a break in a continuous action.
16. a The first pair shows two states of matter and the second
pair gives examples of those states.
17. b The first word of each pair refers to breaking up of
something and the second pair refers to joining of
something.
18. a Both are pairs of antonyms.
19. a Bricks put together make a building, just as words put
together make a dictionary.
20. c Both are pairs of antonyms.
21. b In both the pairs, the first is interrupted or followed by
the second.
22. a Using words in a wrong place is malapropism and placing
something in a wrong period of time is anachronism.
23. d Anterior means front and posterior means rear.
24. b This is the only phrase that fits here.
25. a 'Even if I have tears in me' goes perfectly with 'I have to
keep smiling'.
26. b Stock markets indicate public sentiment, not just
confidence.
27. c 'Few will know about' is the most concise way to express
the meaning.
28. b It is a well-known saying in English.
29. b 'Its haunting images' refers to the haunting images of the
movie.
30. a No other choice states why they are tied to Moscow.
31. a The sentence refers to the people who are 'physically
looked after' by the welfare aid. No other choice states
the involvement of welfare aid.
32. b The best possible and logical answer is (b) combining
realistic details.
33. c The given phrase obviously refers to the answer to the
question that is bothering the author.
34. a The original phrase is best suited here.
35. c The sentence means that any other action will most
probably lead to failure.
36. c If all copper is used for pins and some tin is also copper,
then it follows that some pins are made of tin.
37. a If all birds lay eggs and ostrich is a bird, it follows that
ostrich also lays eggs.
38. b If all wood is good and all wood is paper, it follows that
some paper is also good.
39. a If all bricks are tricks and all tricks are shrieks, then some
shrieks should be bricks.
40. a If all sandal is band and all band is sand, it follows that
some sand is band.
41. d All life is strife and all that is wife is life, therefore all wife
is also strife.
42. d All owls are mosquitoes but some owls are flies,
therefore some flies are also mosquitoes.
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43. a Six is five but some six is twelve, therefore some twelve
is also five.
44. a Although this doesn't seem convincing, but if we look at
it from purely logical point of view, then if poor girls want
to marry rich boys, and rich boys want to marry rich
girls, then logically poor girls want to marry rich girls.
45. c D introduces Sylvestor Stallone as being a successful
man, B states the condition of his daughter as a contrast
to his career, C states that the condition might correct
itself and A states that in spite of the possible cure, how
the girl might suffer.
46. c D introduces one of the twelve labours of Hercules, B
states the problem involved in the task, A states how the
problem could be tackled and C states how Hercules
finally accomplished the task.
47. a A makes a statement that is proved by an example in D.
B shows the reaction of Jodie Foster to the given fact
and C continues with it.
48. a D introduces JP Morgan as one of the largest banking
institutes, B states some facts to corroborate it, A  tells us
about how it makes its business decisions and C states
the importance of JP Morgan's proprietary related data.
49. a A states an offer being made by the Saheli programme, C
states that it will include all sorts of topics, B further
states what the participants will learn, and D states that
the tour would also include some sightseeing.
50. d A states that something magical is happening to our planet,
C states what it is, B states what it is being called by
some people and D states what others are calling it.
51. b The passage is about how capitalism has led to
disintegration of labour.
52. b The author feels that Adam Smith boasted about
something that was actually undesirable.
53. d It takes much less time to make pins by machines today.
54. b Pins are so cheap that a child stealing it would not even
feel that he is actually stealing something.
55. a The author is clearly against machines taking the place
of men.
56. c Adam Smith was a supporter of mass production.
57. b The statement means that as people get richer they lose
out on individual abilities.
58. c He is attacking this fact by making fun of it.
59. d None of the given statements continue with what the
author has said in the last paragraph.
60. a The passage refers to the British Government as the
'Empire', and talks about the way it takes over foreign
territories.
61. a The author says that simple tribes are often friendly and
honest.
62. c Trade of finished products falls under the capital freshly
saved.
63. d He says that the civilized empire grows at the expense
of the home tax payers, without any intention or approval
on their parts.
64. b Civilized countries practise protection, which means there
is an imposition of heavy taxes on imported goods.
65. a 'Officious' means 'self-important'.
66. c Though they seem to come with the intention of trade,
soon gun boats follow and a government is set up by the
capitalists in the new land.
67. b He perceives no sign of a revolution in ethical matters.
68. c The author finds no reason why the doctrines of Darwin
should change our moral ideas.
69. c The Chief Good refers to the welfare of the community
realized in its members.
70. b He advocates a return to a non-Christian and perhaps a
Hellenic ideal.
71. a The moral code of Christianity has been rejected by all
except fanatics.
72. d The passage is obviously against all the subsidies.
73. d The author believes that actually the poor pays for the
subsidies and most subsidies go to the rich.
74. a Utopia is an imaginary perfect world.
75. b The author believes that subsidies do more harm than
good.
76. d All are victims of subsidies.
77. a Deve Gowda’s government has shown some courage
when it came to petroleum prices.
78. a The passage is about the fact that ultimately subsidies
are not really beneficial.
79. c Experts call inflation and  not subsides the most
regressive form of taxation. Refer paragraph second
line 6.
80. d They had nuclei in a less differentiated state.
81. a The contention has been proved to be true.
82. c There is prevalence of uninucleate cells.
83. b Nuclei of a binucleate cell serve as a source of hereditary
information.
84. d The function of the crystalline layer has not been
mentioned in the passage.
85. c A lobate form provides a much greater surface area for
nuclear cytoplasmic exchanges.
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Scoring table
T otal questions T otal attempted T otal correct T otal wrong Score Time taken
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1 a 2 a 3 a 4 b 5 c 6 a 7 a 8 a 9 c 10 b
11 b 12 b 13 b 14 c 15 d 16 a 17 b 18 a 19 a 20 c
21 b 22 a 23 d 24 b 25 a 26 b 27 c 28 b 29 b 30 a
31 a 32 b 33 c 34 a 35 c 36 c 37 a 38 b 39 a 40 a
41 d 42 d 43 a 44 a 45 c 46 c 47 a 48 a 49 a 50 d
51 b 52 b 53 d 54 b 55 a 56 c 57 b 58 c 59 d 60 a
61 a 62 c 63 d 64 b 65 a 66 c 67 b 68 c 69 c 70 b
71 a 72 d 73 d 74 a 75 b 76 d 77 a 78 a 79 c 80 d
81 a 82 c 83 b 84 d 85 c 86 b 87 b 88 c 89 d 90 c
91 b 92 c 93 a 94 b 95 c 96 b 97 d 98 d 99 a 100 b
101 c 102 b 103 c 104 d 105 b 106 b 107 a 108 a 109 a 110 b
111 a 112 a 113 c 114 c 115 d 116 b 117 c 118 c 119 b 120 b
121 b 122 a 123 c 124 b 125 a 126 b 127 b 128 d 129 d 130 b
131 d 132 d 133 c 134 a 135 a 136 c 137 d 138 b 139 b 140 b
141 c 142 d 143 a 144 c 145 b 146 b 147 a 148 d 149 d 150 b
151 a 152 d 153 c 154 d 155 b 156 b 157 a 158 b 159 d 160 c
161 d 162 b 163 b 164 c 165 a 166 a 167 d 168 d 169 d 170 b
171 c 172 d 173 c 174 d 175 b 176 a 177 a 178 d 179 d 180 a
181 c 182 a 183 d 184 a 185 b
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1. a Starts with telling how women handle pain better than
men. Given example of child birth in A followed by
consequences in B,  D states that men  in authors’ life do
not take painkillers, C tells about their complaining.
2. a D States the position now, as opposed to a 'few years
ago' mentioned in 1. B makes a comparison with a similar
situation which A continues with. C asks a question that
is answered by 6.
3. a A talks about where the wedding took place, C states
who all attended marriage, D tells us about the bride and
B states that little is known about her, a fact that is
continued in 6.
4. b D states that in addition to being unlucky in love, Liz
Taylor is unlucky in law too. C states the reason for that
observation, A states the consequences of C and B
states what the lawsuit was about.
5. c A tells us who Chambers was, D states why he had
appeared before the Committee, C states Hiss' reaction
to charges against him. B states that Nixon arranged a
meeting between the two, and 6 continues with what
happened at the meeting.
6. a A gives some names of the guitar heroes, C adds to the
list, B states why these musicians were popular and D
states why their popularity came down.
7. a A states that though oceans are the cradles of life, waste
is dumped into them, C talks about the results of the
same, B continues with it and D concludes that man has
caused these problems.
8. a D tries to answer the question raised in 1, B simplifies
the statement made in D, C further simplifies it and A talks
about the position of ordinary citizens regarding the issue,
which is continued in 6.
9. c B answers the question raised in 1, D gives a reason for
the stand taken by the analysts regarding the new
machine, C highlights that a desktop computer can come
just for $2,000 in America, and A states a disadvantage
of these computers.
10. b B states Clarke's determination to make stained glass
more popular, A states his success in the mission, D talks
about his two projects and C elaborates on the first
project while 6 talks about the second.
11. b All others have a quality of excitement in them.
12. b All others refer to a flow of a liquid.
13. b All others refer to deception in some form.
14. c All others are modes of transport.
15. d All others refer to a break in a continuous action.
16. a The first pair shows two states of matter and the second
pair gives examples of those states.
17. b The first word of each pair refers to breaking up of
something and the second pair refers to joining of
something.
18. a Both are pairs of antonyms.
19. a Bricks put together make a building, just as words put
together make a dictionary.
20. c Both are pairs of antonyms.
21. b In both the pairs, the first is interrupted or followed by
the second.
22. a Using words in a wrong place is malapropism and placing
something in a wrong period of time is anachronism.
23. d Anterior means front and posterior means rear.
24. b This is the only phrase that fits here.
25. a 'Even if I have tears in me' goes perfectly with 'I have to
keep smiling'.
26. b Stock markets indicate public sentiment, not just
confidence.
27. c 'Few will know about' is the most concise way to express
the meaning.
28. b It is a well-known saying in English.
29. b 'Its haunting images' refers to the haunting images of the
movie.
30. a No other choice states why they are tied to Moscow.
31. a The sentence refers to the people who are 'physically
looked after' by the welfare aid. No other choice states
the involvement of welfare aid.
32. b The best possible and logical answer is (b) combining
realistic details.
33. c The given phrase obviously refers to the answer to the
question that is bothering the author.
34. a The original phrase is best suited here.
35. c The sentence means that any other action will most
probably lead to failure.
36. c If all copper is used for pins and some tin is also copper,
then it follows that some pins are made of tin.
37. a If all birds lay eggs and ostrich is a bird, it follows that
ostrich also lays eggs.
38. b If all wood is good and all wood is paper, it follows that
some paper is also good.
39. a If all bricks are tricks and all tricks are shrieks, then some
shrieks should be bricks.
40. a If all sandal is band and all band is sand, it follows that
some sand is band.
41. d All life is strife and all that is wife is life, therefore all wife
is also strife.
42. d All owls are mosquitoes but some owls are flies,
therefore some flies are also mosquitoes.
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43. a Six is five but some six is twelve, therefore some twelve
is also five.
44. a Although this doesn't seem convincing, but if we look at
it from purely logical point of view, then if poor girls want
to marry rich boys, and rich boys want to marry rich
girls, then logically poor girls want to marry rich girls.
45. c D introduces Sylvestor Stallone as being a successful
man, B states the condition of his daughter as a contrast
to his career, C states that the condition might correct
itself and A states that in spite of the possible cure, how
the girl might suffer.
46. c D introduces one of the twelve labours of Hercules, B
states the problem involved in the task, A states how the
problem could be tackled and C states how Hercules
finally accomplished the task.
47. a A makes a statement that is proved by an example in D.
B shows the reaction of Jodie Foster to the given fact
and C continues with it.
48. a D introduces JP Morgan as one of the largest banking
institutes, B states some facts to corroborate it, A  tells us
about how it makes its business decisions and C states
the importance of JP Morgan's proprietary related data.
49. a A states an offer being made by the Saheli programme, C
states that it will include all sorts of topics, B further
states what the participants will learn, and D states that
the tour would also include some sightseeing.
50. d A states that something magical is happening to our planet,
C states what it is, B states what it is being called by
some people and D states what others are calling it.
51. b The passage is about how capitalism has led to
disintegration of labour.
52. b The author feels that Adam Smith boasted about
something that was actually undesirable.
53. d It takes much less time to make pins by machines today.
54. b Pins are so cheap that a child stealing it would not even
feel that he is actually stealing something.
55. a The author is clearly against machines taking the place
of men.
56. c Adam Smith was a supporter of mass production.
57. b The statement means that as people get richer they lose
out on individual abilities.
58. c He is attacking this fact by making fun of it.
59. d None of the given statements continue with what the
author has said in the last paragraph.
60. a The passage refers to the British Government as the
'Empire', and talks about the way it takes over foreign
territories.
61. a The author says that simple tribes are often friendly and
honest.
62. c Trade of finished products falls under the capital freshly
saved.
63. d He says that the civilized empire grows at the expense
of the home tax payers, without any intention or approval
on their parts.
64. b Civilized countries practise protection, which means there
is an imposition of heavy taxes on imported goods.
65. a 'Officious' means 'self-important'.
66. c Though they seem to come with the intention of trade,
soon gun boats follow and a government is set up by the
capitalists in the new land.
67. b He perceives no sign of a revolution in ethical matters.
68. c The author finds no reason why the doctrines of Darwin
should change our moral ideas.
69. c The Chief Good refers to the welfare of the community
realized in its members.
70. b He advocates a return to a non-Christian and perhaps a
Hellenic ideal.
71. a The moral code of Christianity has been rejected by all
except fanatics.
72. d The passage is obviously against all the subsidies.
73. d The author believes that actually the poor pays for the
subsidies and most subsidies go to the rich.
74. a Utopia is an imaginary perfect world.
75. b The author believes that subsidies do more harm than
good.
76. d All are victims of subsidies.
77. a Deve Gowda’s government has shown some courage
when it came to petroleum prices.
78. a The passage is about the fact that ultimately subsidies
are not really beneficial.
79. c Experts call inflation and  not subsides the most
regressive form of taxation. Refer paragraph second
line 6.
80. d They had nuclei in a less differentiated state.
81. a The contention has been proved to be true.
82. c There is prevalence of uninucleate cells.
83. b Nuclei of a binucleate cell serve as a source of hereditary
information.
84. d The function of the crystalline layer has not been
mentioned in the passage.
85. c A lobate form provides a much greater surface area for
nuclear cytoplasmic exchanges.
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86. b Fungi are multinucleate because the cross walls are
either absent or irregularly present.
87. b Drug addiction has not been mentioned as a reason for
poverty.
88. c Such people need extraordinary talent to become rich.
89. d Ambitious people have not been mentioned as the ones
likely to get rich quickly.
90. c The author says that there is no way by which to judge
the goodness or badness of a person.
91. b He rejects the notion that the wealth is distributed
according to merit and feels that it is biased in favour of
the rich.
92. c The author refers to someone as ' intelligent lady' implying
that he is probably writing to someone.
93. a 'Improvidence' means spending too much of money.
94. b The example proves that might scores over love and
religion.
95. c He has been referred to as the umpire, and the passage
also mentions the assertiveness being shown by the
Election Commission regarding code of conduct during
the elections.
96. b The passage is about an issue-less election, as
highlighted even by the last sentence of the passage.
97. d Ramakrishna Hegde's involvement in any alleged
corruption case has not been mentioned in the passage.
98. d All the parties have failed to submit audited returns every
year.
99. a The greater awareness among the public has not been
credited with the changes coming in the system.
100. b The empowerment of women has not been mentioned
as a possible issue of the elections.
101. c Amount invested on B, C, D and E in year 1
= 4.6 + 5.8 + 3.11 + 10.6 = 24.11
Amount invested on B, C, D and E in year 3
= 18.7 + 21.2 + 7.7 + 29.8 = 77.4
? Percentage increase
= 
77.4 – 24.11
100 221%
24.11
ט
102. b Company E’s investment for years 1 to 3
= 10.6 + 17.4 + 29.8 = 57.8
Company F’s investment for years 1 to 3
= 7.8 + 25.3 + 60.1 = 93.2
? Ratio = 57 : 93 = 19 : 31
103. c Total investment in year 2
= 6.7 + 7.5 + 12.5 + 5.6 + 17.4 + 25.3 = 75
D’s contribution in year 2 = 5.6
? Percentage contribution = 
5.6
7.4%
75
=
104. d As we can see from the table, none of the
investments increases from year 1 to 3.
Hence, none of these.
105. b In year 2,
A + B + C = 6.7 + 7.5 + 12.5 = 26.7
D + E + F = 5.6 + 17.4 + 25.3 = 48.3
Percentage difference = 
48.3 – 26.7
80.8% 81%
26.7
=˜
106. b For the number to be divisible by 9, the sum of the digits
should be a multiple of 9.
We find that the sum of all the digits (excluding A and B)
= (7 + 7 + 4 + 9 + 5 + 8 + 9 + 6) = 55. The next higher
multiple of 9 is 63 or 72.
Hence, the sum of A and B should either be 8 or 17. We
find that (a) and (c) cannot be the answer.
For a number to be divisible by 8, the number formed by
its last three digits should be divisible by 8. The last three
digits are 96B. The multiples of 8 beginning with 96 are
960 and 968. Hence, B can either be 0 or 8. Both of
which satisfy our requirement of the number being
divisible by 9 as well. Therefore, A and B could either be
0 and 8 or 8 and 0 respectively.
107. a If we simplify the expression x
2
 – 3x + 2 > 0, we get
(x – 1)(x – 2) > 0. For this product to be greater than
zero, either both the factors should be greater than zero
or both of them should be less than zero. Therefore,
(x – 1) > 0 and (x – 2) > 0 or (x – 1) < 0 and (x – 2) < 0.
Hence, x > 1 and x > 2 or x < 1 and x < 2. If we were to
club the ranges, we would get either x > 2 or x < 1. So
for any value of x equal to or between 1 and 2, the
above equation does not follow.
For questions 108 and 109:
A
B D
E
C
2 km 2 km
2 km 2 km
3 km
108. a If there is a shop at C, all A, B, C and D are within 2 km
range. Another shop is needed for E. Hence, 2 shops
are required.
109. a If there is a shop at C; all A, B, D and E are within 3 km
range. Hence, 1 shop is required.
110. b Since each side of the smaller cube is 3 cm, it can be
figured out that each face of the original cube is divided
into 4 parts, or in other words, the original cube is divided
into 64 smaller cubes. For a smaller cube to have none of
its sides painted, it should not be a part of the face of the
original cube (i.e. none of its faces should be exposed).
We can find at the centre of the original cube there are
(2 × 2 × 2) = 8 such cubes.
Hint: Students please note that the answer can only be
a cube of some integer. The only cube among the answer
choices is (2)
3
 = 8.
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Scoring table
T otal questions T otal attempted T otal correct T otal wrong Score Time taken
185
	




1 a 2 a 3 a 4 b 5 c 6 a 7 a 8 a 9 c 10 b
11 b 12 b 13 b 14 c 15 d 16 a 17 b 18 a 19 a 20 c
21 b 22 a 23 d 24 b 25 a 26 b 27 c 28 b 29 b 30 a
31 a 32 b 33 c 34 a 35 c 36 c 37 a 38 b 39 a 40 a
41 d 42 d 43 a 44 a 45 c 46 c 47 a 48 a 49 a 50 d
51 b 52 b 53 d 54 b 55 a 56 c 57 b 58 c 59 d 60 a
61 a 62 c 63 d 64 b 65 a 66 c 67 b 68 c 69 c 70 b
71 a 72 d 73 d 74 a 75 b 76 d 77 a 78 a 79 c 80 d
81 a 82 c 83 b 84 d 85 c 86 b 87 b 88 c 89 d 90 c
91 b 92 c 93 a 94 b 95 c 96 b 97 d 98 d 99 a 100 b
101 c 102 b 103 c 104 d 105 b 106 b 107 a 108 a 109 a 110 b
111 a 112 a 113 c 114 c 115 d 116 b 117 c 118 c 119 b 120 b
121 b 122 a 123 c 124 b 125 a 126 b 127 b 128 d 129 d 130 b
131 d 132 d 133 c 134 a 135 a 136 c 137 d 138 b 139 b 140 b
141 c 142 d 143 a 144 c 145 b 146 b 147 a 148 d 149 d 150 b
151 a 152 d 153 c 154 d 155 b 156 b 157 a 158 b 159 d 160 c
161 d 162 b 163 b 164 c 165 a 166 a 167 d 168 d 169 d 170 b
171 c 172 d 173 c 174 d 175 b 176 a 177 a 178 d 179 d 180 a
181 c 182 a 183 d 184 a 185 b
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1. a Starts with telling how women handle pain better than
men. Given example of child birth in A followed by
consequences in B,  D states that men  in authors’ life do
not take painkillers, C tells about their complaining.
2. a D States the position now, as opposed to a 'few years
ago' mentioned in 1. B makes a comparison with a similar
situation which A continues with. C asks a question that
is answered by 6.
3. a A talks about where the wedding took place, C states
who all attended marriage, D tells us about the bride and
B states that little is known about her, a fact that is
continued in 6.
4. b D states that in addition to being unlucky in love, Liz
Taylor is unlucky in law too. C states the reason for that
observation, A states the consequences of C and B
states what the lawsuit was about.
5. c A tells us who Chambers was, D states why he had
appeared before the Committee, C states Hiss' reaction
to charges against him. B states that Nixon arranged a
meeting between the two, and 6 continues with what
happened at the meeting.
6. a A gives some names of the guitar heroes, C adds to the
list, B states why these musicians were popular and D
states why their popularity came down.
7. a A states that though oceans are the cradles of life, waste
is dumped into them, C talks about the results of the
same, B continues with it and D concludes that man has
caused these problems.
8. a D tries to answer the question raised in 1, B simplifies
the statement made in D, C further simplifies it and A talks
about the position of ordinary citizens regarding the issue,
which is continued in 6.
9. c B answers the question raised in 1, D gives a reason for
the stand taken by the analysts regarding the new
machine, C highlights that a desktop computer can come
just for $2,000 in America, and A states a disadvantage
of these computers.
10. b B states Clarke's determination to make stained glass
more popular, A states his success in the mission, D talks
about his two projects and C elaborates on the first
project while 6 talks about the second.
11. b All others have a quality of excitement in them.
12. b All others refer to a flow of a liquid.
13. b All others refer to deception in some form.
14. c All others are modes of transport.
15. d All others refer to a break in a continuous action.
16. a The first pair shows two states of matter and the second
pair gives examples of those states.
17. b The first word of each pair refers to breaking up of
something and the second pair refers to joining of
something.
18. a Both are pairs of antonyms.
19. a Bricks put together make a building, just as words put
together make a dictionary.
20. c Both are pairs of antonyms.
21. b In both the pairs, the first is interrupted or followed by
the second.
22. a Using words in a wrong place is malapropism and placing
something in a wrong period of time is anachronism.
23. d Anterior means front and posterior means rear.
24. b This is the only phrase that fits here.
25. a 'Even if I have tears in me' goes perfectly with 'I have to
keep smiling'.
26. b Stock markets indicate public sentiment, not just
confidence.
27. c 'Few will know about' is the most concise way to express
the meaning.
28. b It is a well-known saying in English.
29. b 'Its haunting images' refers to the haunting images of the
movie.
30. a No other choice states why they are tied to Moscow.
31. a The sentence refers to the people who are 'physically
looked after' by the welfare aid. No other choice states
the involvement of welfare aid.
32. b The best possible and logical answer is (b) combining
realistic details.
33. c The given phrase obviously refers to the answer to the
question that is bothering the author.
34. a The original phrase is best suited here.
35. c The sentence means that any other action will most
probably lead to failure.
36. c If all copper is used for pins and some tin is also copper,
then it follows that some pins are made of tin.
37. a If all birds lay eggs and ostrich is a bird, it follows that
ostrich also lays eggs.
38. b If all wood is good and all wood is paper, it follows that
some paper is also good.
39. a If all bricks are tricks and all tricks are shrieks, then some
shrieks should be bricks.
40. a If all sandal is band and all band is sand, it follows that
some sand is band.
41. d All life is strife and all that is wife is life, therefore all wife
is also strife.
42. d All owls are mosquitoes but some owls are flies,
therefore some flies are also mosquitoes.
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43. a Six is five but some six is twelve, therefore some twelve
is also five.
44. a Although this doesn't seem convincing, but if we look at
it from purely logical point of view, then if poor girls want
to marry rich boys, and rich boys want to marry rich
girls, then logically poor girls want to marry rich girls.
45. c D introduces Sylvestor Stallone as being a successful
man, B states the condition of his daughter as a contrast
to his career, C states that the condition might correct
itself and A states that in spite of the possible cure, how
the girl might suffer.
46. c D introduces one of the twelve labours of Hercules, B
states the problem involved in the task, A states how the
problem could be tackled and C states how Hercules
finally accomplished the task.
47. a A makes a statement that is proved by an example in D.
B shows the reaction of Jodie Foster to the given fact
and C continues with it.
48. a D introduces JP Morgan as one of the largest banking
institutes, B states some facts to corroborate it, A  tells us
about how it makes its business decisions and C states
the importance of JP Morgan's proprietary related data.
49. a A states an offer being made by the Saheli programme, C
states that it will include all sorts of topics, B further
states what the participants will learn, and D states that
the tour would also include some sightseeing.
50. d A states that something magical is happening to our planet,
C states what it is, B states what it is being called by
some people and D states what others are calling it.
51. b The passage is about how capitalism has led to
disintegration of labour.
52. b The author feels that Adam Smith boasted about
something that was actually undesirable.
53. d It takes much less time to make pins by machines today.
54. b Pins are so cheap that a child stealing it would not even
feel that he is actually stealing something.
55. a The author is clearly against machines taking the place
of men.
56. c Adam Smith was a supporter of mass production.
57. b The statement means that as people get richer they lose
out on individual abilities.
58. c He is attacking this fact by making fun of it.
59. d None of the given statements continue with what the
author has said in the last paragraph.
60. a The passage refers to the British Government as the
'Empire', and talks about the way it takes over foreign
territories.
61. a The author says that simple tribes are often friendly and
honest.
62. c Trade of finished products falls under the capital freshly
saved.
63. d He says that the civilized empire grows at the expense
of the home tax payers, without any intention or approval
on their parts.
64. b Civilized countries practise protection, which means there
is an imposition of heavy taxes on imported goods.
65. a 'Officious' means 'self-important'.
66. c Though they seem to come with the intention of trade,
soon gun boats follow and a government is set up by the
capitalists in the new land.
67. b He perceives no sign of a revolution in ethical matters.
68. c The author finds no reason why the doctrines of Darwin
should change our moral ideas.
69. c The Chief Good refers to the welfare of the community
realized in its members.
70. b He advocates a return to a non-Christian and perhaps a
Hellenic ideal.
71. a The moral code of Christianity has been rejected by all
except fanatics.
72. d The passage is obviously against all the subsidies.
73. d The author believes that actually the poor pays for the
subsidies and most subsidies go to the rich.
74. a Utopia is an imaginary perfect world.
75. b The author believes that subsidies do more harm than
good.
76. d All are victims of subsidies.
77. a Deve Gowda’s government has shown some courage
when it came to petroleum prices.
78. a The passage is about the fact that ultimately subsidies
are not really beneficial.
79. c Experts call inflation and  not subsides the most
regressive form of taxation. Refer paragraph second
line 6.
80. d They had nuclei in a less differentiated state.
81. a The contention has been proved to be true.
82. c There is prevalence of uninucleate cells.
83. b Nuclei of a binucleate cell serve as a source of hereditary
information.
84. d The function of the crystalline layer has not been
mentioned in the passage.
85. c A lobate form provides a much greater surface area for
nuclear cytoplasmic exchanges.
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CAT 1996 Actual Paper
86. b Fungi are multinucleate because the cross walls are
either absent or irregularly present.
87. b Drug addiction has not been mentioned as a reason for
poverty.
88. c Such people need extraordinary talent to become rich.
89. d Ambitious people have not been mentioned as the ones
likely to get rich quickly.
90. c The author says that there is no way by which to judge
the goodness or badness of a person.
91. b He rejects the notion that the wealth is distributed
according to merit and feels that it is biased in favour of
the rich.
92. c The author refers to someone as ' intelligent lady' implying
that he is probably writing to someone.
93. a 'Improvidence' means spending too much of money.
94. b The example proves that might scores over love and
religion.
95. c He has been referred to as the umpire, and the passage
also mentions the assertiveness being shown by the
Election Commission regarding code of conduct during
the elections.
96. b The passage is about an issue-less election, as
highlighted even by the last sentence of the passage.
97. d Ramakrishna Hegde's involvement in any alleged
corruption case has not been mentioned in the passage.
98. d All the parties have failed to submit audited returns every
year.
99. a The greater awareness among the public has not been
credited with the changes coming in the system.
100. b The empowerment of women has not been mentioned
as a possible issue of the elections.
101. c Amount invested on B, C, D and E in year 1
= 4.6 + 5.8 + 3.11 + 10.6 = 24.11
Amount invested on B, C, D and E in year 3
= 18.7 + 21.2 + 7.7 + 29.8 = 77.4
? Percentage increase
= 
77.4 – 24.11
100 221%
24.11
ט
102. b Company E’s investment for years 1 to 3
= 10.6 + 17.4 + 29.8 = 57.8
Company F’s investment for years 1 to 3
= 7.8 + 25.3 + 60.1 = 93.2
? Ratio = 57 : 93 = 19 : 31
103. c Total investment in year 2
= 6.7 + 7.5 + 12.5 + 5.6 + 17.4 + 25.3 = 75
D’s contribution in year 2 = 5.6
? Percentage contribution = 
5.6
7.4%
75
=
104. d As we can see from the table, none of the
investments increases from year 1 to 3.
Hence, none of these.
105. b In year 2,
A + B + C = 6.7 + 7.5 + 12.5 = 26.7
D + E + F = 5.6 + 17.4 + 25.3 = 48.3
Percentage difference = 
48.3 – 26.7
80.8% 81%
26.7
=˜
106. b For the number to be divisible by 9, the sum of the digits
should be a multiple of 9.
We find that the sum of all the digits (excluding A and B)
= (7 + 7 + 4 + 9 + 5 + 8 + 9 + 6) = 55. The next higher
multiple of 9 is 63 or 72.
Hence, the sum of A and B should either be 8 or 17. We
find that (a) and (c) cannot be the answer.
For a number to be divisible by 8, the number formed by
its last three digits should be divisible by 8. The last three
digits are 96B. The multiples of 8 beginning with 96 are
960 and 968. Hence, B can either be 0 or 8. Both of
which satisfy our requirement of the number being
divisible by 9 as well. Therefore, A and B could either be
0 and 8 or 8 and 0 respectively.
107. a If we simplify the expression x
2
 – 3x + 2 > 0, we get
(x – 1)(x – 2) > 0. For this product to be greater than
zero, either both the factors should be greater than zero
or both of them should be less than zero. Therefore,
(x – 1) > 0 and (x – 2) > 0 or (x – 1) < 0 and (x – 2) < 0.
Hence, x > 1 and x > 2 or x < 1 and x < 2. If we were to
club the ranges, we would get either x > 2 or x < 1. So
for any value of x equal to or between 1 and 2, the
above equation does not follow.
For questions 108 and 109:
A
B D
E
C
2 km 2 km
2 km 2 km
3 km
108. a If there is a shop at C, all A, B, C and D are within 2 km
range. Another shop is needed for E. Hence, 2 shops
are required.
109. a If there is a shop at C; all A, B, D and E are within 3 km
range. Hence, 1 shop is required.
110. b Since each side of the smaller cube is 3 cm, it can be
figured out that each face of the original cube is divided
into 4 parts, or in other words, the original cube is divided
into 64 smaller cubes. For a smaller cube to have none of
its sides painted, it should not be a part of the face of the
original cube (i.e. none of its faces should be exposed).
We can find at the centre of the original cube there are
(2 × 2 × 2) = 8 such cubes.
Hint: Students please note that the answer can only be
a cube of some integer. The only cube among the answer
choices is (2)
3
 = 8.
Page 5 CAT 1996 Actual Paper
111. aAB
C D
E
Since ? BCE is an equilateral triangle, CE = BC = BE.
And since ABCD is a square, BC = CD. Hence, CD = CE.
So in ? CDE, we have CD = CE. Hence, ?EDC = ?CED.
Now ?BCE = 60° (since equilateral triangle) and
?BCD = 90° (since square).
Hence, ?DCE = ?DCB + ?BCE = (60 + 90) = 150°.
So in ? DCE, ?EDC + ?CED = 30° (since three angles of
a triangle add up to 180°). Hence, we have ?DEC
= ?EDC = 15°.
112. a Let the price per metre of cloth be Re 1. The shopkeeper
buys 120 cm, but pays for only 100 cm. In other words,
he buys 120 cm for Rs. 100. So his CP = ?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
120
100
= Re 0.833 per metre. Now he sells 80 cm, but
charges for 100 cm. In other words, he sells 80 cm for
Rs. 100. On this he offers a 20% discount on cash
payment. So he charges Rs. 80 for 80 cm cloth. In
other words, his SP
= ?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
80
80
= Re 1 per metre. So his percentage profit in
the overall transaction = 
833 . 0
) 833 . 0 1 ( -
 = 20%.
113. c
Area of the original paper = p(20)
2
 = 400p cm
2
. The total
cut portion area = 4(p)(5)
2
 = 100p cm
2
 . Therefore, area
of the uncut (shaded) portion = (400 – 100) = 300p cm
2
.
Hence, the required ratio = 300p : 100p = 3 : 1.
114.  c
21 
W hen seen from top
20 
0.5
0.5
0.5 0.5
6 5.5
When seen from front
0.5
As it can be seen from the diagram, because of the
thickness of the wall, the dimensions of the inside of the
box is as follows: length = (21 – 0.5 – 0.5) = 20 cm, width
= (11 – 0.5 – 0.5) = 10 cm and height = (6 – 0.5) = 5.5 cm.
Total number of faces to be painted = 4 walls + one base
(as it is open from the top).
The dimensions of two of the walls = (10 × 5.5), that of
the remaining two walls = (20 × 5.5) and that of the base
= (20 × 10).
So the total area to be painted  = 2 × (10 × 5.5) + 2 × (20
× 5.5) + (20 × 10) = 530 cm
2
.
Since the total expense of painting this area is Rs. 70,
the rate of painting =
530
70
 = 0.13 =  Re 0.1 per sq.cm.
(approximately).
115. d M(M(A(M(x, y), S(y, x)), x), A(y, x)) = M(M(A(M(2, 3),
S(3, 2)), 2), A(3, 2)) = M(M(A((2x3), (3 - 2)), 2), A(3, 2))
= M(M(A(6, 1), 2), A(3, 2)) = M(M((6 + 1), 2), (3 + 2))
= M(M(7, 2), 5) = M((7 × 2), 5) = M(14, 5) = (14 × 5) = 70.
116. b S[M(D(A(a,b),2),D(A(a,b),2)),M(D(S(a,b),2), D(S(a,
b),2))]
= S[M(D((a + b),2),D((a + b),2)),M(D((a – b),2),
D((a – b),2))] =
(a b) (a b) (a b) (a b)
SM , ,M ,
22 2 2
?? ++ - - ??? ?
??? ?
??
??? ? ??
= 
22 2 2
(a b) (a b) (a b) (a b)
S,
22 2 2
??
+- + - ??? ? ?? ? ?
=- ?? ??? ? ?? ? ?
??? ? ?? ? ? ??
??
= 
ab
4
ab 4
=
117. c Let the original weight of the diamond be 10x. Hence, its
original price will be k(100x
2
) . . . where k is a constant.
The weights of the pieces after breaking are x, 2x, 3x
and 4x. Therefore, their prices will be kx
2
, 4kx
2
, 9kx
2
 and
16kx
2
. So the total price of the pieces = (1 + 4 + 9 + 16)kx
2
= 30kx
2
. Hence, the difference in the price of the original
diamond and its pieces = 100kx
2
 – 30kx
2
 = 70kx
2
 = 70000.
Hence, kx
2
 = 1000 and the original price = 100kx
2
= 100 × 1000 = 100000 = Rs. 1 lakh.
118. c n(n
2
 – 1) = (n – 1)n(n + 1). If you observe, this is the
product of three consecutive integers with middle one
being an odd integer. Since there are two consecutive
even numbers, one of them will be a multiple of 4 and the
other one will be multiple of 2. Hence, the product will be
a multiple of 8. Also since they are three consecutive
integers, one of them will definitely be a multiple of 3.
Hence, this product will always be divisible by
(3 × 8)= 24.
Hint: Students, please note if a number is divisible by 96,
it will also be divisible by 48 and 24. Similarly, if a number
is divisible by 48, it is will always divisible by 24. Since
there cannot be more than one right answers, we can
safely eliminate options (a) and (b).
119. b The radius of the circle is 6.5 cm. Therefore, its diameter
= 13 cm  and AB = 13 cm. Since the diameter of a circle
subtends 90° at the circumference, ?ACB = 90°. So
? ACB is a right-angled triangle with AC = 5, AB = 13.
Therefore, CB should be equal to 12 cm (as 5-12-13
form a Pythagorean triplet).
Hence, the area of the triangle  = 
2
1
 × AC × CB  = 
2
1
 × 5
× 12 = 30 sq.cm.
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