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Question 1 of 200
1. Question
1 pointsIn each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.
Conference : Chairman :: Newspaper : ?
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As Chairman is the highest authority in a conference similarly Editor is in Newspaper.
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As Chairman is the highest authority in a conference similarly Editor is in Newspaper.

Question 2 of 200
2. Question
1 pointsSafe : Secure :: Protect : ?
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As safe ans secure have same meaning in the same way protect and guard have same meaning.
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As safe ans secure have same meaning in the same way protect and guard have same meaning.

Question 3 of 200
3. Question
1 pointsMaster : OCUVGT :: LABOUR : ?
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Question 4 of 200
4. Question
1 pointsMicrophone : Loud :: Microscope : ?
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As Microphone makes sound louder similarly Microscope makes the object magnified.
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As Microphone makes sound louder similarly Microscope makes the object magnified.

Question 5 of 200
5. Question
1 pointsMelt : Liquid :: Freeze : ?
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As on melting, liquid is formed similarly on freezing solid is formed.
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As on melting, liquid is formed similarly on freezing solid is formed.

Question 6 of 200
6. Question
1 pointsRamesh starts walking straight facing, south. After walking 30 m he turned to his right walked 25 m and turned to his left. Again after walking a distance of 10 m he turned to his left. Whichdirection is he facing now?
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Question 7 of 200
7. Question
1 pointsTown R is towards East of town H and is towards South of town K. Town K is towards which direction of town H?
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Question 8 of 200
8. Question
1 pointsRajesh walked 5 m towards East, took a right turn and walked 10 m and again he took a right turn and walked 15 m. Which direction is he facing now?
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Question 9 of 200
9. Question
1 pointsManish walked 20 m towards West, took a right turn and walked 30 m. Again he took a right turn and walked 20 m. Towards which direction was he facing?
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Question 10 of 200
10. Question
1 pointsPole H is to the East of pole R and to the North of pole D. Pole D is in which direction with respect to pole R?
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Question 11 of 200
11. Question
1 pointsI felt the wall of the tunnel shiver. The master alarm squealed through my earphones. Almost simultaneously, Jack yelled down to me that there was a warning light on. Fleeting but spectacular sights snapped into ans out of view, the snow, the shower of debris, the moon, looming close and big, the dazzling sunshine for once unfiltered by layers of air. The last twelve hours before reentry were particular bonechilling. During this period, I had to go up in to command module. Even after the fiery reentry splashing down in 81° water in south pacific, we could still see our frosty breath inside the command module.
The word 'Command Module' used twice in the given passage indicates perhaps that it deals with
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Question 12 of 200
12. Question
1 pointsI felt the wall of the tunnel shiver. The master alarm squealed through my earphones. Almost simultaneously, Jack yelled down to me that there was a warning light on. Fleeting but spectacular sights snapped into ans out of view, the snow, the shower of debris, the moon, looming close and big, the dazzling sunshine for once unfiltered by layers of air. The last twelve hours before reentry were particular bonechilling. During this period, I had to go up in to command module. Even after the fiery reentry splashing down in 81° water in south pacific, we could still see our frosty breath inside the command module.
Which one of the following reasons would one consider as more as possible for the warning lights to be on?
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Question 13 of 200
13. Question
1 pointsI felt the wall of the tunnel shiver. The master alarm squealed through my earphones. Almost simultaneously, Jack yelled down to me that there was a warning light on. Fleeting but spectacular sights snapped into ans out of view, the snow, the shower of debris, the moon, looming close and big, the dazzling sunshine for once unfiltered by layers of air. The last twelve hours before reentry were particular bonechilling. During this period, I had to go up in to command module. Even after the fiery reentry splashing down in 81° water in south pacific, we could still see our frosty breath inside the command module.
The statement that the dazzling sunshine was "for once unfiltered by layers of air" means
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Question 14 of 200
14. Question
1 pointsBut I did not want to shoot the elephant. I watched him beating his bunch of grass against his knees, with the preoccupied grandmotherly air that elephants have. It seemed to me that it would be murder to shoot him. I had never shot an elephant and never wanted to. (Somehow it always seems worse to kill large animal.) Besides, there was the beast's owner to be considered. But I had got to act quickly. I turned to some experiencedlooking Burmans who had been there when we arrived, and asked them how the elephants had been behaving. They all said the same thing; he took no notice of you if you left him alone, but he might charge if you went too close to him.
The phrase 'Preoccupied grandmotherly air' signifies
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Question 15 of 200
15. Question
1 pointsBut I did not want to shoot the elephant. I watched him beating his bunch of grass against his knees, with the preoccupied grandmotherly air that elephants have. It seemed to me that it would be murder to shoot him. I had never shot an elephant and never wanted to. (Somehow it always seems worse to kill large animal.) Besides, there was the beast's owner to be considered. But I had got to act quickly. I turned to some experiencedlooking Burmans who had been there when we arrived, and asked them how the elephants had been behaving. They all said the same thing; he took no notice of you if you left him alone, but he might charge if you went too close to him.
From the passage it appears that the author was
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Question 16 of 200
16. Question
1 pointsIf, in a code, MIND becomes KGLB and ARGUE becomes YPESC, then what will DIAGRAM be in that code?
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Each letter in the word is moved two steps backward to obtain the corresponding letter of the code.
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Each letter in the word is moved two steps backward to obtain the corresponding letter of the code.

Question 17 of 200
17. Question
1 pointsIn a certain code, PRODUCTIONS is written as QQPCVEUHPMT. How is ORIENTATION written in that code?
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The first, third, fifth, seventh, ninth and eleventh letters in the word are each moved onestep forward; the second, fourth, eighth and tenth letters are each moved one step backward, while the middle (i.e. sixth) letter is moved two steps forward to obtain the corresponding letters of the code.
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The first, third, fifth, seventh, ninth and eleventh letters in the word are each moved onestep forward; the second, fourth, eighth and tenth letters are each moved one step backward, while the middle (i.e. sixth) letter is moved two steps forward to obtain the corresponding letters of the code.

Question 18 of 200
18. Question
1 pointsIf SUMMER is coded as RUNNER, the code for WINTER will be
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The first letter of the word is moved one step backward, while the two middle letters are each moved one step forward to obtain the corresponding letters of the code.
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The first letter of the word is moved one step backward, while the two middle letters are each moved one step forward to obtain the corresponding letters of the code.

Question 19 of 200
19. Question
1 pointsIn a certain code, FAVOUR is written as EBUPTS. How is DANGER written in that code?
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The first, third and fifth letters are each moved one step backward, while second, fourth and sixth letters are each moved one step forward to obtain the corresponding letters of the code.
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The first, third and fifth letters are each moved one step backward, while second, fourth and sixth letters are each moved one step forward to obtain the corresponding letters of the code.

Question 20 of 200
20. Question
1 pointsIf FISH is written as EHRG in a certain code, how would JUNGLE be written in that code?
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Each letter in the word is moved one step backward to obtain the corresponding letter of the code.
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Each letter in the word is moved one step backward to obtain the corresponding letter of the code.

Question 21 of 200
21. Question
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Question 22 of 200
22. Question
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Question 23 of 200
23. Question
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Question 24 of 200
24. Question
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Question 25 of 200
25. Question
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Question 26 of 200
26. Question
1 pointsFind out which of the figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) can be formed from the pieces given in figure.
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Question 27 of 200
27. Question
1 pointsFind out which of the figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) can be formed from the pieces given in figure.
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Question 28 of 200
28. Question
1 pointsFind out which of the figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) can be formed from the pieces given in figure.
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Question 29 of 200
29. Question
1 pointsFind out which of the figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) can be formed from the pieces given in figure.
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Question 30 of 200
30. Question
1 pointsIn 50 m race, A covers the distance in 25 seconds and B in 35 seconds. In this race A beats B by:
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Distance covered by B in 10 sec. = = 14.29 m
A beats B by 14.29 meters.
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Distance covered by B in 10 sec. = = 14.29 m
A beats B by 14.29 meters.

Question 31 of 200
31. Question
1 pointsIn each of the questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements : All cards are boxes.
I. No box is slate.
II. Some slates are tiles.
Conclusions
I. No slate is card.
II. Some tiles are boxes.
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According to the statements, the Venndiagram will be

Question 32 of 200
32. Question
1 pointsIn each of the questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements: Some papers are arrows.
All arrows are sticks.
Some sticks are boards.
Conclusions :
I. Some boards are papers.
II. No board is paper.
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According to the statements, VennDiagram will be

Question 33 of 200
33. Question
1 pointsIn each of the questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
I.All ropes are tiles.
II. Some tiles are bangles.
III. All bangles are nails.
Conclusions
I. Some nails are ropes.
II. Some nails are tiles.
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According to the statements, the Venndaigram will be

Question 34 of 200
34. Question
1 pointsIn each of the questions below are given four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be a
variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding.commonly known facts.Statements
All rings are phones.
All phones are spoons.
Some phones are files.
All files are covers.
Conclusions
I. Some files are rings.
II. Some covers are spoons.
III. Some spoons are phones.
IV. Some rings are covers.
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According to the statements, the Venndiagram will be

Question 35 of 200
35. Question
1 pointsIn each of the questions below are given four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be a
variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding.commonly known facts.Statements
Some carpets are books.
All books are pens.
Some pens are cartoons.
All cartoons are notebooks.
Conclusions
I. Some cartons are carpets.
IL Some catroons are books.
III. Some pens are carpets.
IV. Some notebooks are pens.
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According to the statements, the Venndiagram will be

Question 36 of 200
36. Question
1 pointsIf Kamal says, “Ravi’s mother is the only daughter of my mother”, how is Kamal related to Ravi" ?
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Only daughter of Kamal’s mother  Kamal’s sister. So, Ravi’s mother is Kamal’s sister or Kamal is the brother of Ravi’s mother i.e. Ravi’s maternal uncle.

Question 37 of 200
37. Question
1 pointsPointing to a photograph of a boy Suresh said, "He is the son of the only son of my mother." How is Suresh related to that boy?
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The boy in the photograph is the only son of the son of Suresh's mother i.e., the son of Suresh. Hence, Suresh is the father of boy.

Question 38 of 200
38. Question
1 pointsIf A + B means A is the mother of B; A  B means A is the brother B; A % B means A is the father of B and A x B means A is the sister of B, which of the following shows that P is the maternal uncle of Q?
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P  M → P is the brother of M
M + N → M is the mother of N
N x Q → N is the sister of Q
Therefore, P is the maternal uncle of Q.

Question 39 of 200
39. Question
1 pointsPointing to a man in a photograph, a woman said, "His brother's father is the only son of my grandfather." How is the woman related to the man in the photograph?
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Only son of woman’s grandfather – Woman’s father;
Man’s brother father – Man’s father.
So, the woman is man’s sister. 
Question 40 of 200
40. Question
1 pointsPointing to a man, a woman said, “his mother is the only daughter of my mother" How is the woman related to the man.
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Only daughtr of my mother  Myself. So, the woman is man’s mother.

Question 41 of 200
41. Question
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Question 42 of 200
42. Question
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Question 43 of 200
43. Question
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Question 44 of 200
44. Question
1 points(Q. Nos. 1 to 23) In each of the questions given below, which one of the five answer figures should come after the problem figures if the sequence were continued?
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Question 45 of 200
45. Question
1 pointsWhat number inside the circle?
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Looking at the diagram in rows, the central circle equals half the sum of the numbers in the other circles to the left and right of the center.

Question 46 of 200
46. Question
1 pointsWhich number replace the question marks?
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The number at the center of each triangle equals the sum of the lower two numbers minus the top number.

Question 47 of 200
47. Question
1 pointsWhat number should replace the question mark?
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Each number indicates its position in the grid.
55 indicates row 5 columns 5. 
Question 48 of 200
48. Question
1 pointsWhat number should replace the question mark?
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91 ÷ 13 = 7.

Question 49 of 200
49. Question
1 pointsIn each of the following questions, two statements numbered 1 and 2 are given. There may be cause and effect relationship between the two statements. These two statements may be the effect of the same cause or independent causes. These statements may be independent causes without having any relationship. Read both the statements in each question and mark your answer as
Statements:
1. The local cooperative credit society has decided to stop giving loans to farmers with immediate effect.
2. A large number of credit society members have withdrawn major part of their deposits from the credit society.Correct
Clearly, withdrawal of funds by society members is bound to reduce the lending power of the society.
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Clearly, withdrawal of funds by society members is bound to reduce the lending power of the society.

Question 50 of 200
50. Question
1 pointsStatements:
1. The employees of the biggest bank in the country have given an indefinite strike call starting from third of the next month.
2. The employees of the Central Government have withdrawn their week long demonstrations.Correct
The employees of a bank going on strike and the government employees calling off their protest seem to be two independent events that might have been triggered by individual causes.
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The employees of a bank going on strike and the government employees calling off their protest seem to be two independent events that might have been triggered by individual causes.

Question 51 of 200
51. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following islands became the first island in the world fully energy selfsufficient through combined water and wind power recently?
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Question 52 of 200
52. Question
1 pointsThe expert committee headed by former Axis Bank Chairman, PJ Nayak, constituted to review the governance of Boards of Banks in India, submitted its report recently. Which of the following is NOT recommended by the Committee?
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Question 53 of 200
53. Question
1 pointsThe BJP became the first political party in India to get a majority in the General Election on its own since ________when the Indian National Congress had done so.
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Question 54 of 200
54. Question
1 pointsName the footballer who agreed to sign a new contract with Barcelona making him the best paid player in the world recently?
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Question 55 of 200
55. Question
1 pointsWho among the following topped the list of UK billionaires made public in London recently?
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Question 56 of 200
56. Question
1 pointsThe sixteenth Lok Sabha election has created a situation when no single party qualify for a Leader of the Opposition post
as the rules mandated that the LoP should be from a party whose members constitute at least ________of the total strength of the House.Correct
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Question 57 of 200
57. Question
1 pointsRussi Mody, who passed away, recently, was former chief of which of the following companies?
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Question 58 of 200
58. Question
1 pointsCitizens of which of the following counties rejected adopting world’s highest minimum wage (25 dollars an hour) in a referendum held there recently?
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Question 59 of 200
59. Question
1 pointsIndia suffered loss to Malaysia in Thomas Cup held in New Delhi recently. Thomas Cup is associated with which of the
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Question 60 of 200
60. Question
1 pointsNabam Tuki was sworn in as the new chief minister of which of the following states after the assembly poll held there recently?
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Question 61 of 200
61. Question
1 pointsBiju janta Dal won the recent assembly polls in Odisha. Who among the following is all set to become the next Chief Minister of the state?
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Question 62 of 200
62. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following countries approved a new tax regime, recently, under which those with annual net income of over USD 333,000 will be subject to a 45 per cent income tax rate?
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Question 63 of 200
63. Question
1 pointsConference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA) is a multinational forum for peace, security and stability in Asia. The fourth CICA summit was held in which of the following cities recently?
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Question 64 of 200
64. Question
1 pointsSir Jack Brabham, who passed away, recently, was threetime ________ world champion.
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Question 65 of 200
65. Question
1 pointsThe Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti (BMVSS), an Indian NGO manufacturing the world famous Jaipur Foot, signed an agreement with which of the following countries to supply artificial limbs to some 1000 people free of cost recently?
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Question 66 of 200
66. Question
1 pointsSometimes computers and cash registers in a foodmart are connected to a UPS system. What does UPS mean?
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Question 67 of 200
67. Question
1 pointsWhat does VVVF stand for?
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Question 68 of 200
68. Question
1 pointsWhich motor is NOT suitable for use as a DC machine?
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Question 69 of 200
69. Question
1 pointsWhat does the term PLC stand for?
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Question 70 of 200
70. Question
1 pointsThe first step to getting output from a laser is to excite an active medium. What is this process called?
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Question 71 of 200
71. Question
1 pointsWhat frequency range is the High Frequency band?
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Question 72 of 200
72. Question
1 pointsWhat does AM mean?
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Question 73 of 200
73. Question
1 pointsWhat does EPROM stand for?
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Question 74 of 200
74. Question
1 pointsWhat invention was first installed at a Hartford, Connecticut bank in 1889?
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Question 75 of 200
75. Question
1 pointsWhat Henry Bessemer invented?
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Question 76 of 200
76. Question
1 pointsWhat Benjamin Franklin invented?
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Question 77 of 200
77. Question
1 pointsWhat George Pullman invented?
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Question 78 of 200
78. Question
1 pointsBenjamin Franklin was a prolific inventor. He invented the lightning rod, the Franklin stove, studied electricity, discovered the Gulf Stream, started the first library, and on and on. Among his many other inventions, what musical instrument did he invent?
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Question 79 of 200
79. Question
1 pointsWhat Elisha Otis invented?
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Question 80 of 200
80. Question
1 pointsWhat James Watt invented?
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Question 81 of 200
81. Question
1 pointsWhat Sir Isaac Newton invented?
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Question 82 of 200
82. Question
1 pointsWhat Galileo invented?
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Question 83 of 200
83. Question
1 pointsWhat J. B. Dunlop invented?
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Question 84 of 200
84. Question
1 pointsWhat George Westinghouse invented?
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Question 85 of 200
85. Question
1 pointsWhat Thomas Davenport invented?
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Question 86 of 200
86. Question
1 pointsWhat Elmer A. Sperry invented?
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Question 87 of 200
87. Question
1 pointsWho is often called the 'first AfricanAmerican' inventor?
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Question 88 of 200
88. Question
1 pointsWhat Frank Whittle invented?
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Question 89 of 200
89. Question
1 pointsThis statesman, politican, scholar, inventor, and one of our early presidents invented the swivel chair, the spherical sundial, the moldboard plow, and the cipher wheel.
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Question 90 of 200
90. Question
1 pointsWhat Enrico Fermi invented?
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Question 91 of 200
91. Question
1 pointsWhich one of these American politician was born in United States of America?
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Question 92 of 200
92. Question
1 pointsWhich Muslim saint lived in the place where Fatehpur Sikri was built?
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Question 93 of 200
93. Question
1 pointsWhich Indian city was known in ancient times as 'Saket'?
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Question 94 of 200
94. Question
1 pointsLate Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia was the Maharani of
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Question 95 of 200
95. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following musical instruments is of Indian origin?
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Question 96 of 200
96. Question
1 points'Ramtanu' was the original name of
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Question 97 of 200
97. Question
1 pointsKautilya and Panani were the products of which one of the following ancient Indian universities?
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Question 98 of 200
98. Question
1 pointsWhich Mughal Emperor was deported to Rangoon by the British?
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Question 99 of 200
99. Question
1 pointsThe first to start a joint stock company to trade with India were the
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Question 100 of 200
100. Question
1 pointsUnder which Indian emperor's reign was the Jama Masjid in Delhi built?
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Question 101 of 200
101. Question
1 pointsThe missing dig,it which makes 345 02 is divisible by 11,
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If the number 345 02 is divisible by 11,
3 + 5 + 0  4 + +2 is multiple of 0 or 11.
8  6  0 is multiple of 0 or 11
2   is multiple of 0 or 11
Hence the possible value of is only 2.
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If the number 345 02 is divisible by 11,
3 + 5 + 0  4 + +2 is multiple of 0 or 11.
8  6  0 is multiple of 0 or 11
2   is multiple of 0 or 11
Hence the possible value of is only 2.

Question 102 of 200
102. Question
1 pointsThe divisor is 25 times the quotient and 5 times the remainder. If the quotient is 16, the dividend is
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Divisor= 25 x Quotient
=25 x 16= 400
and Divisor = 5 x Remainder
Remainder = = 80
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Dividend = Divisor Quotient + Remainder
= 400 16 + 80
= 6400 + 80 = 6480

Question 103 of 200
103. Question
1 pointsIf the following ration are arranged in in descending order, then which will be the last in the series?
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Question 104 of 200
104. Question
1 pointsIf the fraction are arranged in ascending order of their values, then which one will be the third?
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Question 105 of 200
105. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following is in descending order?
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Question 106 of 200
106. Question
1 points3011.008+409.093=2025.250+?
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3011.008 + 409.093 = 2025.250 + ?
= 3420.101=2025.250+?
= ? =3420.1012025.250=1394.851
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3011.008 + 409.093 = 2025.250 + ?
= 3420.101=2025.250+?
= ? =3420.1012025.250=1394.851

Question 107 of 200
107. Question
1 pointsThe sur,n of all natural numbers between 100 and 200 which are multiples of 3, is
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First number = 102
Last number = 198
Total number of the numbers = 33
The sum = [102 + 198]
[300] = 4950
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First number = 102
Last number = 198
Total number of the numbers = 33
The sum = [102 + 198]
[300] = 4950

Question 108 of 200
108. Question
1 pointsThe difference between the place value or face value of 6 in the numeral 356719 is :
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Since , Place value of 6 in the number = 6000 and face value of 6 = 6
Therefore, difference between 6000 and 6 ⇒ 6000 – 6 = 5994.
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Since , Place value of 6 in the number = 6000 and face value of 6 = 6
Therefore, difference between 6000 and 6 ⇒ 6000 – 6 = 5994.

Question 109 of 200
109. Question
1 pointsNitesh goes to school from his village at the speed'of 4km/h and returns from school to village at the speed of 2 km/h. If he takes 6 h in all, then what is the distance between the village and the school?
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Let the distance between the village.and school be x km.
= 8 km
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Let the distance between the village.and school be x km.
= 8 km

Question 110 of 200
110. Question
1 pointsFive men can complete a piece of work in 24 days. In how many days will 12 men complete the same piece of work?.
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Five men complete the work in = 24 days
.'. 1 man can complete the work in =
.'. 12 men will complete the work in =
= 10 days
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Five men complete the work in = 24 days
.'. 1 man can complete the work in =
.'. 12 men will complete the work in =
= 10 days

Question 111 of 200
111. Question
1 pointsA 175 m long train crosses a 35 m platform tn 12 s. What is the speed of the train in km/h?
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Speed of train = m/s
km/hrs = 63km/hrs
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Speed of train = m/s
km/hrs = 63km/hrs

Question 112 of 200
112. Question
1 pointsA train running with the speed of 45 km/h crosses 300 m long another train running in the same direction. Find the speed of the second train.
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Since, length of first train and time taken to cross are not given, therefore, the speed of the second train cannot be determined.
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Since, length of first train and time taken to cross are not given, therefore, the speed of the second train cannot be determined.

Question 113 of 200
113. Question
1 pointsIf 3 men or 9 boys can finish a piece of work in 21 days. In how many days can 5 men and 6 boys together do the same piece of work?
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Let the required number of days be x
3 Man = 9 boys
5 Man =
5 men and 6 boys =
Boys = 21
21 : 9 :: 21 : x
= 9 days
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Let the required number of days be x
3 Man = 9 boys
5 Man =
5 men and 6 boys =
Boys = 21
21 : 9 :: 21 : x
= 9 days

Question 114 of 200
114. Question
1 pointsA and B together can do a piece of work in 4 days.If A alone can do it in 6 days, l.e. In how many days B can alone complete the same piece of work?
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B's alone one day work =
.'. B can alone complete the work in 12 days.
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B's alone one day work =
.'. B can alone complete the work in 12 days.

Question 115 of 200
115. Question
1 pointsThe average speed of a car is twothird average speed of a train which travels 270 km in 3 h. How much distance will the car cover in 5 h?
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Average speed of train =
Average speed of car =
The distance =
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Average speed of train =
Average speed of car =
The distance =

Question 116 of 200
116. Question
1 pointsOne pipe can fill a tank three times as fast as another pipe. If together the two pipes can fill the tank in 36 min, the slower pipe along wiltr be able to fill the tank in
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Let the slower and fast pipe take x and min to fill the tank.
x = 144 min.
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Let the slower and fast pipe take x and min to fill the tank.
x = 144 min.

Question 117 of 200
117. Question
1 pointsTwo cars A and B arerunning in the same direction. Car A had already covered a distance of 60 km when car B started running. The cars meet each other in 3 h after car B started running. What was the speed of car A?
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Let the speed of cars A and B be x km/h and y km/h, respectively.
Thus, we cannot determine the speed of car A.
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Let the speed of cars A and B be x km/h and y km/h, respectively.
Thus, we cannot determine the speed of car A.

Question 118 of 200
118. Question
1 pointsIn how many different ways can the letters of the word 'CLOUD' be arranged?
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The number of arrangement= 5! =
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The number of arrangement= 5! =

Question 119 of 200
119. Question
1 pointsIn how many different ways can the letters of the word 'ABILITY' be arranged?
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The number of arrangement =
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The number of arrangement =

Question 120 of 200
120. Question
1 pointsIn how many ways I persons can sit around a round dining table in such a manner that all will not have the same neighbours in any two arrangement?
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The number of ways=
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The number of ways=

Question 121 of 200
121. Question
1 pointsHow many different numbers of 3 digits can be formed with digits 1,2, 4,5,7 without repeating any of them in any number?
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Place Hundred's Ten's Unit's Number of digits which can be taken 3 4 5
.'. The number of 3 digitnumbers=Incorrect
Place Hundred's Ten's Unit's Number of digits which can be taken 3 4 5
.'. The number of 3 digitnumbers= 
Question 122 of 200
122. Question
1 pointsHow many five digit numbers can be formed with digits 1,2,3, 4 and 5 which are divisible by 2?
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Since, the numbers are divisible by 2, therefore at unit's place only 2 or 4 will be taken
Place Ten thousand Thousands Hundreds Tens Units Number of digits, which can be taken 1 2 3 4 5
.'. The number of five digits number=Incorrect
Since, the numbers are divisible by 2, therefore at unit's place only 2 or 4 will be taken
Place Ten thousand Thousands Hundreds Tens Units Number of digits, which can be taken 1 2 3 4 5
.'. The number of five digits number= 
Question 123 of 200
123. Question
1 pointsHow many different words can be made with the letters of the word STOREKEEPER, taking all at a time?
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There are four E, two R and five other different letters.
.'. The number of different words =
=
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There are four E, two R and five other different letters.
.'. The number of different words =
=

Question 124 of 200
124. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of the question mark, (?) in the following question?
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? = = 12
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? = = 12

Question 125 of 200
125. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of the question mark, (?) in the following question?
(2840 + 4260+ ?) (750 + 390 + 280) = 11
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(2840 + 4260+ ?) (750 + 390 + 280) = 11
2840 + 4260 + x = 7100 + x
750 + 390 + 280 = 1420
7100 + x = 15620
x = 15620  7100 = 8520
7100 + ? = 15620
? = 15620  7100 = 8520
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(2840 + 4260+ ?) (750 + 390 + 280) = 11
2840 + 4260 + x = 7100 + x
750 + 390 + 280 = 1420
7100 + x = 15620
x = 15620  7100 = 8520
7100 + ? = 15620
? = 15620  7100 = 8520

Question 126 of 200
126. Question
1 points100 × 10 – 100 + 2000 ÷ 100 = ?
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Given expression = 100 × 10 – 100 + 2000 ÷ 100
⇒ 1000 – 100 + 2000 = 2900 ÷ 100 = 29
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Given expression = 100 × 10 – 100 + 2000 ÷ 100
⇒ 1000 – 100 + 2000 = 2900 ÷ 100 = 29

Question 127 of 200
127. Question
1 pointsThe value of is equal to :
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Given expression =
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Given expression =

Question 128 of 200
128. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of the question mark, (?) in the following question?
= ?
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=
=
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=
=

Question 129 of 200
129. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of the question mark, (?) in the following question?
21248 + 47 + 3647 + 119 + 8 + 141= ?
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21248 + 47 + 3647 + 119 + 8 + 141 = ?
= ? = 25210
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21248 + 47 + 3647 + 119 + 8 + 141 = ?
= ? = 25210

Question 130 of 200
130. Question
1 pointsof 168 x 15 ÷ 5 + ? = 549 ÷ 9 + 235
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of 168 x 15 ÷ 5 + ? = 549 ÷ 9 + 235
Then, 63 × 15 ÷ 5 + y = 61 + 235
⇒ 945 ÷ 15 + y = 296
⇒ 186 + y = 296 ⇒ y = 110.
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of 168 x 15 ÷ 5 + ? = 549 ÷ 9 + 235
Then, 63 × 15 ÷ 5 + y = 61 + 235
⇒ 945 ÷ 15 + y = 296
⇒ 186 + y = 296 ⇒ y = 110.

Question 131 of 200
131. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of the question mark, (?) in the following question?
(15% of 690 + 12% of 250) + ? = 89
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39 + ? = 89
? = 89  39 = 50
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39 + ? = 89
? = 89  39 = 50

Question 132 of 200
132. Question
1 pointsThe value of 25 – 5[2 + 3 {2 – 2 × 2 + 5} – 10 ] ÷ 4 is:
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Given expression = 25 – 5[2 + 3 {2 – 2 × 2 + 5} – 10 ] ÷ 4
⇒ 25 – 5[2 + 3{2 – 4 + 5} – 10] ÷ 4
⇒ 25 – 5 [2 + 3 × 3 – 10 ] ÷ 4
⇒ 25 – 5 [2 + 9 – 10] ÷ 4
⇒ 25 – 5 ÷ 4
⇒ 25 – 1.25
⇒ 23.75.
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Given expression = 25 – 5[2 + 3 {2 – 2 × 2 + 5} – 10 ] ÷ 4
⇒ 25 – 5[2 + 3{2 – 4 + 5} – 10] ÷ 4
⇒ 25 – 5 [2 + 3 × 3 – 10 ] ÷ 4
⇒ 25 – 5 [2 + 9 – 10] ÷ 4
⇒ 25 – 5 ÷ 4
⇒ 25 – 1.25
⇒ 23.75.

Question 133 of 200
133. Question
1 points3640 ÷ 14 ×16 + 340 = ?
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Given expression : 3640 ÷ 14 ×16 + 340
⇒ 3640 ÷ 224 + 340 = 16.24 + 340 = 356.25
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Given expression : 3640 ÷ 14 ×16 + 340
⇒ 3640 ÷ 224 + 340 = 16.24 + 340 = 356.25

Question 134 of 200
134. Question
1 pointsIf x is +ve number, then which of the following fractions has the greatest value ?
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is the only fraction in which the numerator is greater than the denominator.So, it is the greatest fraction .
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is the only fraction in which the numerator is greater than the denominator.So, it is the greatest fraction .

Question 135 of 200
135. Question
1 pointsIn an election between two candidates, 75% of the voters cast their votes, out which 2% of the votes were declared invalid. A candidate got 9261 votes which were 75% of the valid votes. Find the total number of votes enrolled in that election.
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Let the total number of votes enrolled be x. then,
Number of votes cast = 75% of x valid votes = 98% of (75% of x).
So, 75% of [98% of (75% of x)] = 9261.
= 9261
x = 16800
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Let the total number of votes enrolled be x. then,
Number of votes cast = 75% of x valid votes = 98% of (75% of x).
So, 75% of [98% of (75% of x)] = 9261.
= 9261
x = 16800

Question 136 of 200
136. Question
1 pointsShobha's Mathematics test had 75 problems i.e, 10 arithmetic, 30 algebra and 35 geometry problems. Although she answered 70% of the arithmetic, 40% of the algebra and 60% of the geometry problems correctly, she did nit pass the test because she got less than 60% of the problems right . How many more question she would have needed to answer correctly to earn a 60% passing grade?
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Number of questions attempted correctly = (70% of 10 + 40% of 30 + 60% of 35 )
⇒ (7 + 12 + 21) = 40.
Questions to be answered correctly for 60% grade = 60% of 75 = 45 .
So,Required number of questions = (45– 40) = 5.
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Number of questions attempted correctly = (70% of 10 + 40% of 30 + 60% of 35 )
⇒ (7 + 12 + 21) = 40.
Questions to be answered correctly for 60% grade = 60% of 75 = 45 .
So,Required number of questions = (45– 40) = 5.

Question 137 of 200
137. Question