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B.Mathematics Entrance Exam Papers With Solution 
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Re: B.Mathematics Entrance Exam Papers With Solution
Here I am giving you question paper for B.Mathematics Entrance Examination in PDF file attached with it so you can get it easily. 8. A building with ten storeys, each storey of height 3 metres, stands on one side of a wide street. From a point on the other side of the street directly opposite to the building, it is observed that the three uppermost storeys together subtend an angle equal to that subtended by the two lowest storeys. The width of the street is (A) 6p35 metres. (B) 6p70 metres. (C) 6 metres. (D) 6p3 metres. 9. A collection of black and white balls are to be arranged on a straight line, such that each ball has at least one neighbour of di®erent colour. If there are 100 black balls, then the maximum number of white balls that allows such an arrangement is (A) 100. (B) 101. (C) 202. (D) 200. 12. Let 1; 4; : : : and 9; 14; : : : be two arithmetic progressions. Then the number of distinct integers in the collection of ¯rst 500 terms of each of the progressions is (A) 833. (B) 835. (C) 837. (D) 901. 20. What is the maximum possible value of a positive integer n, such that for any choice of seven distinct elements from f1; 2; : : : ; ng, there will exist two numbers x and y satisfying 1 < x=y • 2? (A) 2 £ 7. (B) 27 ¡ 2. (C) 72 ¡ 2. (D) 77 ¡ 2. 4. Suppose ABCD is a quadrilateral such that the coordinates of A, B and C are (1; 3), (¡2; 6) and (5;¡8) respectively. For which choices of coordinates of D will ABCD be a trapezium? (A) (3;¡6). (B) (6;¡9). (C) (0; 5). (D) (3;¡1).
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