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JNU 2011 Answer Key

Amit Goyal
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1 (c) 5/18
2 (a) 44%
3 (a) y(x-z)^2 is even
4 (a) (-1, 13)
5 (a) x^2 - 2cx + (c^2 - b^2)
6 (a) (-7, ∞)
7 (c) |a - b| ≤ 2
8 (b) 10
9 (a) straight lines
10 (c) 1/2
11 (d) None of the above
12 (b) 16.5
13 (d) 18
14 (d) 150
15 (d) 20%
16 (d) None of the above (aL* = 32000)
17 (b) 4 (Use: P = m(W/Y), W + R = PY, 1000 + 0.8W + 0.6R + I = PY and m = 4/3)
18 (a) 0.83 (approx.)
19 (d) 25%
20 (a) 0%
21 (c) 20%
22 (b) Increases by 1/8
23 (b) 9000
24 (d) None of the above
25 (c) 27
26 (a) Yes
27 (b) -1250
28 (a) 2.8
29 (a) 9%
30 (b) fall in the price of bread; fall in the price of apple
31 (d) x(1) = 300; x(2) = 0
32 (b) increasing returns to scale
33 (b) agricultural prices respond to changes in demand-supply balances faster than industrial prices
34 (d) the balance between saving and investment
35 (b) increases industrial costs of production
36 (c) can produce a rise in the general price level
37 (b) China is responsible for the highest total (but not per capita) emissions.
38 (b) Rs 600
39 (b) 2.5% per annum
40 (b) Dadabhai Naoroji
41 (c) better training of employees
42 (c) there exists an integer n such that P(n, m) is false for all integers m
43 (a) both X and Y are true
44 (b) X is false
45 (c) all X are Z, and all Y are W
46 (d) half
47 (d) None of the above
48 (d) None of the above
49 (d) No conclusion can be drawn on the basis of the given information
50 (c) Rs 1,36,763.1
51 (c) Expenditure on X will rise by 2.2%
52 (c) 3/4
53 (c) 1.37; 1.2731
54 (c) 900000
55 (d) Events E1 and E4 are mutually exclusive
56 (b) 1
57 (a) 5
58 (b) |x|
59 (c) m = 5
60 (d) log-normal distribution
61 (d) none of the above
62 (a) x < xy/2 < y
63 (b) 7
64 (c) do not intersect
65 (d) 0, 2 and 5
66 (b) log 2
67 (c) 5500
68 (d) 0
69 (c) 1/216
70 (a) (-∞,-2)
71 (c) mean = 15, standard deviation = 1
72 (d) 5350
73 (c) 4536
74 (b) 952
75 (c) 12.30
76 (a) 2.60
77 (b) 3.99
78 (b) 7
79 (c) {y, z}
80 (a) there is underconsumption in the free market
81 (b) A ≥ 25π
82 (d) -4, 4
83 (a) the liquid cash that banks have to maintain with the RBI a certain percentage of their demand and time deposits.
84 (c) equal to 1/3 (assuming independence is implicit)
85 (d) the fiscal deficit less the interest outgo in the budget
86 (c) increase in banking habit of the population
87 (b) Market demand = 2000 - 100 p, if p < 20; and Market demand = 0, if p ≥ 20.
88 (c) 16 < p* < 17
89 (d) None of the above
90 (b) The numbers 1, 5, 7, 9 have a smaller standard deviation than the numbers 1231, 1235, 1237, 1239.
91 (d) D
92 (b) B
93 (b) B
94 (a) 1620
95 (c) the marginal cost curve above the average variable cost curve
96 (a) 12
97 (b) -p/q
98 (a) Tuesday
99 (b) Sociology
100 (a) Monday
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Re: JNU 2011 Answer Key

aditi5000
Thank you so much Sir!
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Re: JNU 2011 Answer Key

Amit Goyal
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Most Welcome :)
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Re: JNU 2011 Answer Key

lovekesh
Thanks alot sir
No amount of words can express gratitude.
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Vasudha
Thanks sir. U r the best! :D
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ritu
thanks sir....:))))))))))
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ritu
sir how do we get answer to q 21
and sir for q 38 they are asking for value added answer here is 600 coz 450 is value added by steel making firm and 150 is value added by worker....right sir?????
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Re: JNU 2011 Answer Key

faizy
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Thankzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz a lot sir......thank u........
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aastha
@ amit sir

thanks a lot sir for uploading the answer key ,,,

sir could you please explain the difference between ICOR and capital output ratio and how does the harrod domar equation change in presence of ICOR ??

thanks in advance
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Re: JNU 2011 Answer Key

sikander
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will u pls send ans key of last 10 year quest papers
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Chinni18
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Question 51 from JNU 2010
If x < y + ε > 0, then
(a) x > y
(b) x ≤ y
(c) x > 0 > y
(d) x < 0 < y

Consider x=-2, y=1 and e=2. Then (a) doesn't hold.
Consider x=4, y=2, e=3. Then (b) doesn't hold.
Consider x=-2, y=1 and e=3. Then (c) hold.
Consider x=2, y=3 and e=1 then (d) doesn't hold.

Any suggestions anyone? How can all the options be wrong? And there are no restrictions on the values of x and y, so nothing seems wrong with the counter-examples...
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Vasudha
if x exceeds y then u can find some epsilon for which x>y+epsilon. so x<=y. for example y is 2 and x is 2.00002. even then x>y+epsilon for epsilon=0.00001.
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PREETY BHOGAL
sir can u plzzz post the link for 2011 jnu paper...i am nt getting it anywhere...
plzz!!!!!!!!!!!!
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PREETY BHOGAL
anyone here.... if u have 2011 jnu paper..plzzz post the link or mail me the paper at preety273@gmail.com
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lovekesh
i think most of guys have hard copies as it were available at JNU campus. i don't have a camera with me or else i would have send you pictures of it. you can try asking from others.
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Vasudha
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PREETY BHOGAL
THNX A LOT VASUDHA :)
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aditi5000
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Ok, so the focus of the question is on how the value of epsilon can keep changing in accordance with the inequality at hand to always give us x <= y.. Got it, thank you Vasudha! :D
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MONIKA
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labor cost is not never included in the value added..
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ritu
hi vasudha:)
if x=100 y=-100  e=300
then b doesnt hold!!!!!!
m still confused....
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