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Question 1 of 200
1. Question
1 pointsFrom (Question 1  5) Study the following inform.action carefully and answer the given questions.
Eight friends, P, Q, R, S, T, V, W and Y are sitting around a square table in such a way that four of them sit at four corners of the square, while four sit in the middle of each of the four sides. The ones who sit at the four corners face the center, while those who sit in the middle of the sides face outside.
P who faces the center sits third to the right of V' T, who faces the center, is not an immediate neighbor of V. Only one person sits between V and W. S sits second to right of Q. Q faces the center. R is not an immediate neighbor of P.Who sits second to the left of Q?
Correct
P is second to the left of Q because Q is facing at centre.
Incorrect
P is second to the left of Q because Q is facing at centre.

Question 2 of 200
2. Question
1 pointsWhat is the position of T with respect to V?
Correct
The position of T is third to the left of V because V is facing outside.
Incorrect
The position of T is third to the left of V because V is facing outside.

Question 3 of 200
3. Question
1 pointsFour of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
Correct
S is facing at centre but R, W, V, Y are facing outside.
Incorrect
S is facing at centre but R, W, V, Y are facing outside.

Question 4 of 200
4. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following will come in place of the question mark (?) based upon the given seating arrangement?
WP TR QW RS ?
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(Note Ignore left and right and move in clockwise direction only)
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(Note Ignore left and right and move in clockwise direction only)

Question 5 of 200
5. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following is true regarding R ?
Correct
R sits exactly between T and S.Here we shouldÂ ignore left and right.
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R sits exactly between T and S.Here we shouldÂ ignore left and right.

Question 6 of 200
6. Question
1 pointsFrom (Question 6  10) Study the following information to answer the given questions.
In a certain code, 'a friend of mine' is written as '4916', 'mine lots of metal' is written as ' 3109' and 'a piece of metal is written as'7163'.
What is the code for 'Piece'?
Correct
a friend of mine = 4916Â Â Â Â Â ..........(i)
mine lots of metal = 3109Â .........(ii)
a piece of metal = 7163Â Â Â Â Â ..........(iii)
From eq (i) and (ii), of mine = 1, 9
From eq (ii) and (iii), of metal = 1, 3
So, of = 1 metal = 3, mine = 9. Similarly, you can find
the code of all by comparing equations.
a=6Â Â Â Â lots=0
piece = 7 friends= 4Incorrect
a friend of mine = 4916Â Â Â Â Â ..........(i)
mine lots of metal = 3109Â .........(ii)
a piece of metal = 7163Â Â Â Â Â ..........(iii)
From eq (i) and (ii), of mine = 1, 9
From eq (ii) and (iii), of metal = 1, 3
So, of = 1 metal = 3, mine = 9. Similarly, you can find
the code of all by comparing equations.
a=6Â Â Â Â lots=0
piece = 7 friends= 4 
Question 7 of 200
7. Question
1 pointsWhat does '9' stand for?
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a friend of mine = 4916Â Â Â ......(i)
mine lots of metal = 3109Â .......(ii)
a piece of metal = 7163Â Â ...........(iii)
From eq (i) and (ii), of mine = 1, 9
From eq (ii) and (iii), of metal = 1, 3
So, of = 1 metal = 3, mine = 9. Similarly, you can find
the code of all by comparing equations.
a=6Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â lots=0
piece = 7Â Â friends =4Incorrect
a friend of mine = 4916Â Â Â ......(i)
mine lots of metal = 3109Â .......(ii)
a piece of metal = 7163Â Â ...........(iii)
From eq (i) and (ii), of mine = 1, 9
From eq (ii) and (iii), of metal = 1, 3
So, of = 1 metal = 3, mine = 9. Similarly, you can find
the code of all by comparing equations.
a=6Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â lots=0
piece = 7Â Â friends =4 
Question 8 of 200
8. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following may represent 'a pleasure of mine'?
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a friend of mine = 4916Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ..........(i)
mine lots of metal = 3109Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ...........(ii)
a piece of metal = 7163Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ..........(iii)
From eq (i) and (ii), of mine = 1, 9
From eq (ii) and (iii), of metal = 1, 3
So, of = 1 metal = 3, mine = 9. Similarly, you can find
the code of all by comparing equations.
a=6 lots= 0
piece = 7 friend = 4[Explanation: a = 6, of = 1 and mine = 9 and we don't know the code ofpleasure but seeing the answer options 6, 1, 9, is available in answer option(3)only]
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a friend of mine = 4916Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ..........(i)
mine lots of metal = 3109Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ...........(ii)
a piece of metal = 7163Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ..........(iii)
From eq (i) and (ii), of mine = 1, 9
From eq (ii) and (iii), of metal = 1, 3
So, of = 1 metal = 3, mine = 9. Similarly, you can find
the code of all by comparing equations.
a=6 lots= 0
piece = 7 friend = 4[Explanation: a = 6, of = 1 and mine = 9 and we don't know the code ofpleasure but seeing the answer options 6, 1, 9, is available in answer option(3)only]

Question 9 of 200
9. Question
1 pointsWhat does '0' stand for?
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a friend of mine = 4916Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â .........(i)
mine lots of metal = 3109Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â .........(ii)
a piece of metal = 7163Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ..........(iii)
From eq (i) and (ii), of mine = 1, 9
From eq (ii) and (iii), of metal = 1, 3
So, of = 1 metal = 3, mine = 9. Similarly, you can find
the code of all by comparing equations.
a=6 lots= 0
piece = 7 friend= 4Incorrect
a friend of mine = 4916Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â .........(i)
mine lots of metal = 3109Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â .........(ii)
a piece of metal = 7163Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ..........(iii)
From eq (i) and (ii), of mine = 1, 9
From eq (ii) and (iii), of metal = 1, 3
So, of = 1 metal = 3, mine = 9. Similarly, you can find
the code of all by comparing equations.
a=6 lots= 0
piece = 7 friend= 4 
Question 10 of 200
10. Question
1 pointsStudy the following information to answer the given questions.
In a certain code, 'a friend of mine' is written as '4916', 'mine lots of metal' is written as ' 3109' and 'a piece of metal is written as'7163'.'873'would mean
Correct
a friend of mine = 4916Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ......(i)
mine lots of metal = 3109Â Â Â Â .........(ii)
a piece of metal = 7163Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ..........(iii)
From eq (i) and (ii), of mine = 1, 9
From eq (ii) and (iii), of metal = 1, 3
So, of = 1 metal = 3, mine = 9. Similarly, you can find
the code of all by comparing equations.
a=6 lots= 0
piece = 7 friend= 4We know the code of 7 and 3, ie, piece and metal. Once again you have to do intelligent guess with the help of answer options. The answers option will
be (5).Incorrect
a friend of mine = 4916Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ......(i)
mine lots of metal = 3109Â Â Â Â .........(ii)
a piece of metal = 7163Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ..........(iii)
From eq (i) and (ii), of mine = 1, 9
From eq (ii) and (iii), of metal = 1, 3
So, of = 1 metal = 3, mine = 9. Similarly, you can find
the code of all by comparing equations.
a=6 lots= 0
piece = 7 friend= 4We know the code of 7 and 3, ie, piece and metal. Once again you have to do intelligent guess with the help of answer options. The answers option will
be (5). 
Question 11 of 200
11. Question
1 pointsFrom (Question 11  16) Study following information to answer the given questions.
Twelve people are sitting in two parallel rows containing six people each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. In row1. P, Q, R, S, T and V are seated and all of them are facing South. In row2, A, B, C, D, E and F are seated and all of them are facing North. Therefore, in the given seating arrangement each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row.
A sits third to right of D. Neither A nor D sits at extreme ends. T faces D. V does not face A and V does not sit at any of the extreme ends. V is not an immediate neighbor of T. B sits at one of the extreme ends" Only two people sit between B and E. E does not face V. Two persons sit between R and Q. R is not an immediate neighbor of T. C does not face V. P is not an immediate neighbor of R'Who amongst the following sit at extreme ends of the rows?
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P, R sits extreme ends of rows, who are facing southward.
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P, R sits extreme ends of rows, who are facing southward.

Question 12 of 200
12. Question
1 pointsWho amongst the following faces A?
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S is facing A.
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S is facing A.

Question 13 of 200
13. Question
1 pointsHow many persons are seated between T and S?
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There are two persons Q, V sits between T and S.
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There are two persons Q, V sits between T and S.

Question 14 of 200
14. Question
1 pointsP is related to V in the same way as C is related to F. To which of the following is E related to, following the same pattern?
Correct
V is third to the East of P and F is also third to the East of C. So, B will be the correct answer because B is third to the East of E.
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V is third to the East of P and F is also third to the East of C. So, B will be the correct answer because B is third to the East of E.

Question 15 of 200
15. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following is true regarding F?
Correct
F faces V.
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F faces V.

Question 16 of 200
16. Question
1 pointsWho amongst the following sits exactly between P and Q?
Correct
T is exactly between P and Q.
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T is exactly between P and Q.

Question 17 of 200
17. Question
1 pointsFrom (Question 17  21) Each of the questions below consists of a question, and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to consumer the question. Read both the statements
Who amongst L, M, N, O and P is the shortest?
I. O is shorter than P but taller than N.
II. M is not as tall as L.Correct
I .N<O<P
II. L>M
Hence, both statements are not sufficient to answer the question, ie, who is shortest ?Incorrect
I .N<O<P
II. L>M
Hence, both statements are not sufficient to answer the question, ie, who is shortest ? 
Question 18 of 200
18. Question
1 pointsAre all the five friends uiz Leena, Amit, Arun, Ali and Ken who are seated around a circular table facing the center.
I.Leena sits second to left of Amit. Amit faces the center. Arun sits second to right of Leena.
II. Ali sits third to the left of Ken. Ken faces the center. Amit sits to the immediate left of Ali, but Ken is not an immediate neighbor of Amit.Correct
So, from I and II, we can say Ali, Amit and Ken are facing centre. Since Ken is second left of Amit so, Leena can't. So, all are not facing centre. So, both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
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So, from I and II, we can say Ali, Amit and Ken are facing centre. Since Ken is second left of Amit so, Leena can't. So, all are not facing centre. So, both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

Question 19 of 200
19. Question
1 pointsIs T grandmother of Q?
I. P is the mother of Q. Q is the son of R. R is the son of T.
II. L is father of N and N is daughter of T.Correct
Since Q is the son of R. So, Q is male also R is son of T so, R is also male. Here, the sex of T is not clear. It may be male or female So, T may be grandfather or grandmother of Q.
II. We have to establish the relation between T and Q and in statement II, Q is nowhere. So, relationship cannot find.
So, finally both statements are not sufficient to answer the question.Incorrect
Since Q is the son of R. So, Q is male also R is son of T so, R is also male. Here, the sex of T is not clear. It may be male or female So, T may be grandfather or grandmother of Q.
II. We have to establish the relation between T and Q and in statement II, Q is nowhere. So, relationship cannot find.
So, finally both statements are not sufficient to answer the question. 
Question 20 of 200
20. Question
1 pointsI. If a person walks 4 m towards the North from point A and takes two consecutive right turns, each after walking 4 m, he would reach point C, which is 8 m away from point B.
II. Point D is 2 m towards the East of point A and 4 m towards the West of point B.Correct
Take r = 8 m and draw a circle around this radius.
Now, B can be anywhere at circular path. So, we cannot exactly find the direction between A and B.
II.
So, A is in West of B.
So, Statement II is alone sufficient to give answer.Incorrect
Take r = 8 m and draw a circle around this radius.
Now, B can be anywhere at circular path. So, we cannot exactly find the direction between A and B.
II.
So, A is in West of B.
So, Statement II is alone sufficient to give answer. 
Question 21 of 200
21. Question
1 pointsHow many brothers does Bharat have ?
I. Shiela, the mother of Bharat has only three children.
II. Meena, the grandmother of Bharat has only one granddaughter.Correct
Shiela has three children, and the sex of two is not clear. If we took Bharat as a male. However, some people say that Bharat may be female but commonly we find Bharat as a male in the society.
So, according to statement II, we can find the number of brothers of Bharat. So, statement II is alone sufficient to give answer.Incorrect
Shiela has three children, and the sex of two is not clear. If we took Bharat as a male. However, some people say that Bharat may be female but commonly we find Bharat as a male in the society.
So, according to statement II, we can find the number of brothers of Bharat. So, statement II is alone sufficient to give answer. 
Question 22 of 200
22. Question
1 pointsFrom (Question 22 26 ) In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for grunted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Statement If parking space is not available office, park your vehicles in the mall and walk to are a in the office.
AssumptionsI. The mall is at a walkable distance from the office.
II. The office does not allow visitors' vehicles in its premises.Correct
Assumption I is implicit, because if there is no parking space, then "park your vehicles in the mall and walk to the office" given in statement justify that mall isÂ at a walkable distance from the office. Office allows all vehicles till space is available.
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Assumption I is implicit, because if there is no parking space, then "park your vehicles in the mall and walk to the office" given in statement justify that mall isÂ at a walkable distance from the office. Office allows all vehicles till space is available.

Question 23 of 200
23. Question
1 pointsStatement Farmers must immediately switch over to organic fertilizers from chemical fertilizers for better yield.
Assumptions
I. AllÂ the farmers use only chemical fertilizers.
II. Organic fertilizers are readily available to the farmers.Correct
Here, all and only does not make assumption I implicit. Since it is already specified in the statement that farmers must immediately switch over to organic fertilizers means organic fertilizers are available.
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Here, all and only does not make assumption I implicit. Since it is already specified in the statement that farmers must immediately switch over to organic fertilizers means organic fertilizers are available.

Question 24 of 200
24. Question
1 pointsStatementÂ Â An advertisement by bank X'Our interest rates for education loans are lower than any other bank'.
Assumptions
I. Some other banks also provide education loans.
II. Interest rates charged on education loans are different for different banks.Correct
According to bank X, interest rate is comparing to others, means some other banks are also providing education loans. Also interest rates varies bank to bank.
So, both assumptions are implicit.Incorrect
According to bank X, interest rate is comparing to others, means some other banks are also providing education loans. Also interest rates varies bank to bank.
So, both assumptions are implicit. 
Question 25 of 200
25. Question
1 pointsStatementÂ Â For any kind of problem with your mobile phone, contact our help desk immediately.
Assumptions
I. Help desk has a solution to all kinds of problems related to mobile phones or will guide accordingly.
II. Unless the problem is reported immediately, it cannot be solved.Correct
Unless the problem is reported immediately, it cannot be solved at that particular desk, but it can be solved by someone else. So, only I is impiicit.
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Unless the problem is reported immediately, it cannot be solved at that particular desk, but it can be solved by someone else. So, only I is impiicit.

Question 26 of 200
26. Question
1 pointsStatementÂ Â Â Use our medicine to fight the problem of obesity.
Assumptions
I. Other slimming medicines available in the market do not reduce weight.
II. Obesity cannot be controlled without medicinesCorrect
Assumption I is not implicit because only that medicine is not which can reduce weight, and also weight can reduce without medicines.
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Assumption I is not implicit because only that medicine is not which can reduce weight, and also weight can reduce without medicines.

Question 27 of 200
27. Question
1 pointsFrom (Question 27  31Â ) Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions
One of the seven subjects viz. Maths, Zoology, Botany, Chemistry Physics, English and Statistics is taught on one day in a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. Chemistry is taught on Thursday. English is taught the day immediately next to the day when Zoology is taught. English is neither taught on Tuesday nor on Saturday. Only one lecture is held between Chemistry and Botany. Two lectures are scheduled between Maths and Zoology. Statistics is neither taught on Monday nor Sunday.
On which of the following days is Physics taught?
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Incorrect

Question 28 of 200
28. Question
1 pointsHow many subjects are taught between Botany and Zoology?
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Three subjects i eÂ Maths, Chemistry andÂ Statistics.
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Three subjects i eÂ Maths, Chemistry andÂ Statistics.

Question 29 of 200
29. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following subjects is taught on Saturday?
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Incorrect

Question 30 of 200
30. Question
1 pointsOn which of the following days is Statistics taught?
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Question 31 of 200
31. Question
1 pointsIf Statistics is related to Zoology and Physics is related to Botany in a certain way, then 'to which of the following would Chemistry be related to, following the same pattern?
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Question 32 of 200
32. Question
1 pointsThe following questions are based upon the alphabetical series given below
S L U A Y J V E I O N Q G Z B D R H
If 'SU' is related to 'HD' and 'UY' is related to 'DZ' in a certain way, to which of the following is 'YV' related to,following the same pattern?
Correct
So, YV is related to ZQ.
Incorrect
So, YV is related to ZQ.

Question 33 of 200
33. Question
1 pointsHow many meaningful English words can be made with the second, the fourth, the sixth and the seventh letters of the wordÂ STUMBLE using each letter only once in each word?
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Question 34 of 200
34. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following letter series based on the English alphabetical order?
BE Â Â GJ Â Â LO Â Â QT Â Â ?
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Question 35 of 200
35. Question
1 pointsHow many such pairs of letters are there in the word GOVERNMENT each of which has as many letters berween them in theÂ word (in both forward and backward directions) as in the English alphabet?
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Question 36 of 200
36. Question
1 pointsFrom (Question 36  40) In the following questions, the symbols 6, %, $, # and @ are used with the following meaning as illustrated below.
'P $ Q'means 'P is not smaller than Q'.
'P @ Q'means 'p is not greater than Q'.
'P Î´ Q' means 'P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q'.
'P # Q'means 'P is neither greater than nor equal to Q'.
'P % Q'means 'P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q'.
Now, in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two Conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true?Statements:Â Â F @ N, NÎ´R, H @ R
ConclusionsÂ :Â I. HÎ´N,Â II.Â F#RCorrect
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Question 37 of 200
37. Question
1 pointsStatements: M # T, Â T @ K, Â K$ N
Conclusions: I.M#N, II.KÎ´MCorrect
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Question 38 of 200
38. Question
1 pointsStatements:Â T%H, H $ W
Conclusions:Â Â I. W#T, Â II. W%TCorrect
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Question 39 of 200
39. Question
1 pointsStatements:Â NÎ´K, K#D, D%M
Conclusions:Â I. MÎ´K, II. D Î´Â NCorrect
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Question 40 of 200
40. Question
1 pointsStatements:Â Â J $ B, Â B % R, R Î´F
Conclusions:Â I.F#B,Â II.R@JCorrect
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Question 41 of 200
41. Question
1 pointsThe following questionsÂ consist of two numbers/letters/words each that have a certain relationship with each other, followed by four pair of numbers/ letters/ words. Select the pair which has the same relationship as the original pair ofÂ numbers/letters/words.
4: 16
Correct
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Second number is the square of the first number.

Question 42 of 200
42. Question
1 pointsThe following questionsÂ consist of two numbers/letters/words each that have a certain relationship with each other, followed by four pair of numbers/ letters/ words. Select the pair which has the same relationship as the original pair ofÂ numbers/letters/words.
2 :7
Correct
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Second number is one less than the cube of the firstÂ number.

Question 43 of 200
43. Question
1 pointsThe following questionsÂ consist of two numbers/letters/words each that have a certain relationship with each other, followed by four pair of numbers/ letters/ words. Select the pair which has the same relationship as the original pair ofÂ numbers/letters/words.
SHORE : SEA
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As, 'SEA', side is called'SHORE'. Similarly, 'ROAD' sideÂ is called'FOOTPATH'.

Question 44 of 200
44. Question
1 pointsHe was sleeping(1)/in his room when a thief(2)/enteredÂ into his house (3)/ and took away a lot of things. (4) No Error (5)
Correct
Incorrect
Delete 'into'.

Question 45 of 200
45. Question
1 pointsIn her concluding speech (1)/she said almost nothing (2)/worth listening to.(3)No Error(4)
Correct
Incorrect
Delete 'to'.

Question 46 of 200
46. Question
1 pointsIt was apparent Â for (1)/ everyone present (2)/ that if theÂ patient did not receive (3)/immediate medical aid he would die. (4) No error(5)
Correct
Incorrect
Change it to 'apparent Â to'.

Question 47 of 200
47. Question
1 pointsHe proposed me (1)/ that we should go to the.Disco (2)and then have (3)/ dinner at a restaurant. (4)/ No error.(5)
Correct
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Chang e it to 'Proposed to'

Question 48 of 200
48. Question
1 pointsThere appears (1)/ to be a little liaison (2)/ among the (3)/two groups of the society(4)/ No error (5)
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Change among to between. Between is used for two

Question 49 of 200
49. Question
1 pointsStatements: All apartments are huts. No hut is aÂ building. All buildings are cottages.
ConclusionsÂ I. No cottage is an apartment
II. Some cottages are apartmentsCorrect
L No cottage is apartrnent. (true)
II. Some cottages are apartments' (true)Incorrect
L No cottage is apartrnent. (true)
II. Some cottages are apartments' (true) 
Question 50 of 200
50. Question
1 pointsConclusions
I. No apartment is a cottage.
il. Some buildings being apartments is aCorrect
I. No apartmentris a cottage. (true)
II. Some buildings being apartments is a possibility(faIse)Incorrect
I. No apartmentris a cottage. (true)
II. Some buildings being apartments is a possibility(faIse) 
Question 51 of 200
51. Question
1 pointsCorrect
= 56  17 = 39
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= 56  17 = 39

Question 52 of 200
52. Question
1 pointsIfÂ is subtracted from the square of a number, the answer so obtained is 1893. What is the number?
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1893 + 29791 = 31684

Question 53 of 200
53. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 54 of 200
54. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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7 ( 625 + 450 + 324)
= 9793

Question 55 of 200
55. Question
1 pointsIf is subtracted from the square of a number, the answer so obtained is 10906. So that the number number is?
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Question 56 of 200
56. Question
1 pointsMr. Ram gave 40%Â of the money he had, to his wife. he also gave 20% of the remainingÂ amount to each of his three sons, Half of the amount now left was spent on miscellaneous item and the remaining amount of Rs. 12,000 was deposited in the bank. How much money did Mr. Ram have initially ?
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Let the initial amount with Mr. Ram be Rs. x.
= 12000
xÂ = = 100000
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Let the initial amount with Mr. Ram be Rs. x.
= 12000
xÂ = = 100000

Question 57 of 200
57. Question
1 pointsWhen the price of a product was decreased by 10%, the number sold increasedÂ by 30%. What was the effect on the total revenue ?
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Let the price of the product be Rs. 100 and let original sale be 100 pieces.
Then, total revenue= Rs. (100 Ã— 100) = 10000.
New, revenue = Rs. (90 Ã— 130) = Rs. 11700.
So, Increase in revenue Â = 17%
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Let the price of the product be Rs. 100 and let original sale be 100 pieces.
Then, total revenue= Rs. (100 Ã— 100) = 10000.
New, revenue = Rs. (90 Ã— 130) = Rs. 11700.
So, Increase in revenue Â = 17%

Question 58 of 200
58. Question
1 pointsThe population of a town is 1,76,400. If it increase at the rate of 5% per annum, what will be its population 2 years hence ? what was it 2 years ago?
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Population after 2 years =Â 176400 = 194481
Population 2 years ago = Â Â =160000
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Population after 2 years =Â 176400 = 194481
Population 2 years ago = Â Â =160000

Question 59 of 200
59. Question
1 pointsIn the new budget, the price of Refined oil rose by 25%. By how much percent must a person reduce his consumption so that his expenditure on it does not increase?
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Reduction in consumption = = 20%
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Reduction in consumption = = 20%

Question 60 of 200
60. Question
1 pointsA father is twice as old as his son. 20 years ago, the age of the father was 12 times the age of the son. The present age of the father (in years) is Â [Hotel Management]
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Let sons age = Î§. Then, fathers age = 2x.
20 years ago the age are
12(xâ€”20) = (2x  20)
12x  240 = 2x  20
10x = 220
x = 22
Fathers present age = 2x = = 44 years.
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Let sons age = Î§. Then, fathers age = 2x.
20 years ago the age are
12(xâ€”20) = (2x  20)
12x  240 = 2x  20
10x = 220
x = 22
Fathers present age = 2x = = 44 years.

Question 61 of 200
61. Question
1 pointsRatio of Ashok age to Sandeep age is 4 : 3. Ashok will be 26 years old after 6 years. How old is Sandeep now?.Â [Railways 1989]
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The ratio of Ashok and Sandeep ages be 4x and 3x years.
Now 4x + 6 = 26 hence xÂ = 5
so Age of Sandeep = 3x = = 15 years
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The ratio of Ashok and Sandeep ages be 4x and 3x years.
Now 4x + 6 = 26 hence xÂ = 5
so Age of Sandeep = 3x = = 15 years

Question 62 of 200
62. Question
1 pointsOne year ago, Mrs Promila was four times as old as her daughter Swati. Six years hence, Mrs Promilas age will exceed her daugtherâ€™s age by 9 years. The ratio of the present ages of Promila and her daughter is Â [C.B.I.Â 1993)
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Let Swati age 1 year ago = x .
Then, Promila age 1 year ago = 4x .
(4x + 6)  (Â x + 6) = 9 orÂ x = 3.
Present age of Promila 4x + 1 = (12 + 1) years = 13 years.
Present age of Swati = (3 + 1) years = 4 years.
Ratio of their ages = 13 : 4.
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Let Swati age 1 year ago = x .
Then, Promila age 1 year ago = 4x .
(4x + 6)  (Â x + 6) = 9 orÂ x = 3.
Present age of Promila 4x + 1 = (12 + 1) years = 13 years.
Present age of Swati = (3 + 1) years = 4 years.
Ratio of their ages = 13 : 4.

Question 63 of 200
63. Question
1 pointsThe sum of the ages of a father and son is 45 years. Five years ago, the product of their ages was four times the fathers age at that time. The present age of father and son, respectively are [Hotel Management]
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Let sons age = x years
Then fathers age = (45  Î§) years.
(Î§  5)(45 Î§ 5) = 4(45  Î§Â  5)
(Î§  5) = 4
Therefore Î§ = 9
Their ages are 36 years and 9 years.
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Let sons age = x years
Then fathers age = (45  Î§) years.
(Î§  5)(45 Î§ 5) = 4(45  Î§Â  5)
(Î§  5) = 4
Therefore Î§ = 9
Their ages are 36 years and 9 years.

Question 64 of 200
64. Question
1 pointsAverage age of A and B is 24 years and average age of B, C and D is 22 years. The sum of the ages of A, B, C and D isÂ [Bank P.O. 1992]
Correct
A + B = (24 2) = 48 and B + C + D = (22 3) = 66
With this data, we can not find A + B + C + D.
So, the data is inadequate,
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A + B = (24 2) = 48 and B + C + D = (22 3) = 66
With this data, we can not find A + B + C + D.
So, the data is inadequate,

Question 65 of 200
65. Question
1 pointsIn 10 years, A will be twice as old5as B was 10 years ago. If A is now 9 years older than B, the present age of B is[L.I.C. 1989]
Correct
Let B age = xÂ years. Then, As age = (x + 9) years.
(x + 9 + 10) = 2(x  10)
x + 19 = 2x  20
x = 39
Present age of B = 39 years.
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Let B age = xÂ years. Then, As age = (x + 9) years.
(x + 9 + 10) = 2(x  10)
x + 19 = 2x  20
x = 39
Present age of B = 39 years.

Question 66 of 200
66. Question
1 points3011.008+409.093=2025.250+?
Correct
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 67 of 200
67. Question
1 pointsThe sur,n of all natural numbers between 100 and 200Â 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 68 of 200
68. 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 Â = Â 6
Therefore, difference between 6000 and 6 Â Â â‡’ 6000 â€“ 6Â =Â 5994.
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Since , Place value of 6 in the number = 6000 and face value of 6 Â = Â 6
Therefore, difference between 6000 and 6 Â Â â‡’ 6000 â€“ 6Â =Â 5994.

Question 69 of 200
69. Question
1 pointsThe difference between place value of 7 and face value of 8 in the numeral 67081 is :
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Since , Place value of 7 in the numeral = 7000
The face value of 8 = 8
Therefore , the difference between 7000 and 8
â‡’ 7000  8 = 6992.
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Since , Place value of 7 in the numeral = 7000
The face value of 8 = 8
Therefore , the difference between 7000 and 8
â‡’ 7000  8 = 6992.

Question 70 of 200
70. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following is a true statement ?
1. {0, +1, +2, +3,â€¦â€¦â€¦.} is a set of all non negative integers.
2. { 1, 2, 3,â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦.. } is a set of nonpositive integers.
3. {0, 1, 2, 3,â€¦â€¦â€¦...} is a set of all non positive integers.Correct
Statement 1 is a true statement as when we remove the set of all positive nonnegative integers in which 0 will also be there as an element .
Keeping the above statement in view, we can have the third statement as true statement .
But the second statement is false.
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Statement 1 is a true statement as when we remove the set of all positive nonnegative integers in which 0 will also be there as an element .
Keeping the above statement in view, we can have the third statement as true statement .
But the second statement is false.

Question 71 of 200
71. Question
1 pointsThe average speed of a car is twothird average speed ofÂ a train which travels 270 km in 3 h. How much distanceÂ 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 72 of 200
72. Question
1 pointsOne pipe can fill a tank three times as fast as anotherÂ pipe. If together the two pipes can fill the tank in 36 min,Â the slower pipe along wiltr be able to fill the tank in
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Let the slower and fast pipe takeÂ xÂ andÂ Â Â min to fill the tank.
xÂ = 144 min.
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Let the slower and fast pipe takeÂ xÂ andÂ Â Â min to fill the tank.
xÂ = 144 min.

Question 73 of 200
73. 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,Â 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,Â respectively.
Thus, we cannot determine the speed of car A.

Question 74 of 200
74. Question
1 pointsA train runnin g at the speed of 72 km/h crosses a 260 mÂ long platform in 23 s" What is the length of the train inÂ metre?
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Let the length of train be Â xÂ m.
.'.ÂÂ Â x=Â 200 m
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Let the length of train be Â xÂ m.
.'.ÂÂ Â x=Â 200 m

Question 75 of 200
75. Question
1 pointsA 300 m long train crosses a platform in 39 s while itÂ crosses a slgnal pole in 18 s. What is the length of theÂ platform?
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Let the length of platform beÂ xÂ m.
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Let the length of platform beÂ xÂ m.

Question 76 of 200
76. Question
1 pointsA boat running downstream covers a distance of 16 kmÂ in 2 h while covering the same distance upstream itÂ trake 4 h. What is the speed of the boat in still water?
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.'. The Speed of boat in still water=Â
= 6 km/h.
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.'. The Speed of boat in still water=Â
= 6 km/h.

Question 77 of 200
77. Question
1 pointsSitaram invested an amount of Rs. 7450 @ 6% per annumÂ rate of simple interest. After how many years will he obtain the total amount of Rs. 8791?
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Question 78 of 200
78. Question
1 pointsAsmita invests an amount of Rs. 9535 @ 4% per annum toÂ obtain a total amount of Rs. 11442 on simple interest afterÂ a certain period. For how many years did she invest theÂ amount to obtain the total sum?
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Question 79 of 200
79. Question
1 pointsMs Suchi deposits an amount of Rs. 24000 to obtain aÂ simple interest at the rate of 14 % per annum for 8 yr.Â What total amount will Ms Suchi get at the end of 8 yr?
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The amount which Suchi will get
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The amount which Suchi will get

Question 80 of 200
80. Question
1 pointsWhat amount of compound interest can be obtained onÂ an amount of Rs. 4500 at the rate of 4% per annum at the and Â end of 2 yr ?
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Question 81 of 200
81. Question
1 pointsTwo trains of equal lengths take 10 seconds and 15 seconds respectively to cross a telegraph post. If the length of each train be 120 metres, in what time (in seconds) will they cross each other travelling in opposite direction?
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Relative speed = (12 + 8) =20 m/sec.
Required time =
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Relative speed = (12 + 8) =20 m/sec.
Required time =

Question 82 of 200
82. Question
1 pointsA train speeds past a pole in 15 seconds and a platform 100 m long in 25 seconds. Its length is:
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Let the length of the train beÂ xÂ metres and its speed byÂ yÂ m/sec.
Then,
15(xÂ + 100) = 25x
15xÂ + 1500 = 25x
1500 = 10x
xÂ = 150 m.

Question 83 of 200
83. Question
1 pointsA train 240 m long passes a pole in 24 seconds. How long will it take to pass a platform 650 m long?
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Question 84 of 200
84. Question
1 pointsA rectangular wooden box of thickness 10 cm measures externally 220 cm in length, 170 cm in breadth and 120 cm in height. The volume of the wood required to make it is
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Internal dimensions of the wooden box
.'. Vo1ume of the wood
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Internal dimensions of the wooden box
.'. Vo1ume of the wood

Question 85 of 200
85. Question
1 pointsThree solid of cubes of sides 1 cm , 6 cm Â and 8 cm are melted to form a new cube. Find the surface area of the cube s formed.
Correct
Volume of new cube = =729
Edge of new cube =Â =9
âˆ´ Â Â Surface area of the new cube = (6 Ã— 9Â Ã— 9) ^{Â }â‡’Â 486
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Volume of new cube = =729
Edge of new cube =Â =9
âˆ´ Â Â Surface area of the new cube = (6 Ã— 9Â Ã— 9) ^{Â Â }â‡’Â 486

Question 86 of 200
86. Question
1 pointsHow many copper rods, each of length 7m and diameter 2 cm can be made out of 0.88 cubic metre of copper.
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Question 87 of 200
87. Question
1 pointsJayant opened a shop investing Rs. 30000. Madhu joined him 2 months later, investing Rs. 45000. They earned a profit of Rs. 54000 after completion of one year. What will be Madhus share of profit ?
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Jayant : Madhu = 30000Ã—12 : 45000Ã—10 = 4 : 5.
Madhus share = Rs. 54000Ã—(5/9) = Rs. 30000. 
Question 88 of 200
88. Question
1 pointsIf 4 (A's capital) = 6 (B's capital) = 10 (C's capital), then out of a profit of Rs. 4650, C will receive:
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Let 4A= 6B= 10C= K
Then,
Hence C's share=

Question 89 of 200
89. Question
1 pointsNirmal and Kapil started a business investing Rs. 9000 and Rs. 12000 respectively. After 6 months, Kapil withdrew half of his investment. If after a year, the total profit was Rs. 4600, what was Kapilâ€™s share init?
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Nirmal : Kapil = 9000Ã—12 : 12000Ã—6 + 6000 Ã—Â 6 = 1 : 1.
Kapils share = Rs. [4600 Ã—(1/2)) = Rs. 2300. 
Question 90 of 200
90. Question
1 pointsA,B and C enter into a partnership investing Rs 35000, Rs 45000 and 55000. Find the their respective shares in annual profit of 40,500
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A:B:C = 35000:45000:55000 = 7:9:11
A's share = (7/27) Ã—40500 = Rs 10500
B's share = (9/27) Ã—40500 = Rs 13500
C's share = (11/27)Ã—40500 = Rs 16500[In options we can see that only salary of C is different in all options. So we cn just calculate the C share to solve question quickly]

Question 91 of 200
91. Question
1 pointsFrom (Question Nos. 91  94) Study the following graphÂ carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Cost of three different fruits (in rupees per kg) in five different cities
Cost of 1 kg of guava in Jalandhar is approximatelyÂ what per cent of the cost of 2 kg of grapes inÂ Chandigarh?
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Cost of 1 kg guava in Jalandhar = Rs 60
and cost of 2kg grapes in Chandigarh=
.'. Required percentage = % = 34% 
Question 92 of 200
92. Question
1 pointsCost of three different fruits (in rupees per kg) in five different cities
What total amount will Ram pay to the shopkeeper forÂ purchasing 3 kg, of apples and 2 kg of guavas inÂ Delhi?
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Cost of 3 kg apples in Delhi =
Cost of 2 kg guava in Delhi =
.'. Total amount pay by Ram = (390 + 180) = Rs 570

Question 93 of 200
93. Question
1 pointsCost of three different fruits (in rupees per kg)Â in five different cities
Ravinder had to purchase 45 kg of grapes fromÂ Hoshiarpur. Shopkeeper gave him discount ofÂ 4o/o per kg. What amount did he pay to the shopkeeper after the discount?
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Cost of 1 kg grapes in Hoshiarpur = Rs 190
.'. Cost of 45 kg of grapes =
.'.Discount=
.'. Amount Pay to shopkeeper = 8550  342Â = Rs Â 8208

Question 94 of 200
94. Question
1 pointsCost of three different fruits (in rupees per kg)Â in five different cities
What is the respective ratio between the cost of 1 kg ofÂ apples from Ropar and the cost of .1 kg of grapes from Chandigarh?
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Cost of 1 kg apple in Ropar = Rs 40
Cost of 1 kg grapes in Chandigarh = Rs 90
.'. Required ratio=

Question 95 of 200
95. Question
1 pointsFrom ( Question 95  98)Â Number of students (in thousand) in two different universities in six different years
Number of students
What was the difference between the number ofÂ students in university 1 in the year 2010 and theÂ number of students in university 2 in the yearÂ 2012?
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Number of students in university 1 in 2010Â = 20000
number of students in university 2 in 2072 = 20000
.'. Required difference = 20000  20000 = 0

Question 96 of 200
96. Question
1 pointsNumber of students (in thousand) in two different
universities in six different years
Number of students
lf 25% of the students in university 2 in the year 2010Â were females, what was the number of male studentsÂ in the university 2 in the same year?
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Total students in university 2i n 2010 = 15000
.'. Number of girls =
and number of boys = 15000  3750= 11250

Question 97 of 200
97. Question
1 pointsNumber of students (in thousand) in two different
universities in six different years
Number of students
What was the per cent increase in the number ofÂ students in university 1 in the year 2011 as comparedÂ to the previous year?
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Number of students in university 1 in 2011Â = 25000
and number of students in university 1 in 2010Â = 20000
Required percentage = %

Question 98 of 200
98. Question
1 pointsNumber of students (in thousand) in two different
universities in six different years
Number of students
ln which year was the difference between the numberÂ of students in university 1 and the number of studentsÂ in university 2 highest?
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Difference between the students of university 1Â and university 2 in 2007 = 20000  10000 = 10000
Difference in number of students in 2008Â = 25000  15000 = 10000
Difference in number of students in 2009Â = 35000  25000 = 10000
Difference in number of students in 2010Â = 20000  15000 = 5000
Difference in number of students in 2011Â = 30000  25000 = 5000
Difference in number of students in 2072Â = 35000  20000 = 15000
It is clear from above that the difference between theÂ number of students in university 1 and the number ofÂ students in university 2 is highest in the year 2012.

Question 99 of 200
99. Question
1 pointsNumber of players participating in three different games in five different schools
What is the total number of players participating inÂ hockey from all the five schools together ?
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From graph, the total number of playersÂ participating in hockey
= 68 + 80 + 54 + 50 + 36 = 288

Question 100 of 200
100. Question
1 pointsNumber of players participating in three different games in five different schools
What is the respective ratio between number ofÂ players participating in basketball from school 1 andÂ the number of players participating in KhoKho fromÂ school 3?
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Number of players participating in basketballÂ from school 1= 42
and number of players participating in khokhoÂ from school 3=48
.'. Required ratio =

Question 101 of 200
101. Question
1 pointsFromÂ (Question 101  105) read the following bold sentence and correct it.
He hesitated to listen to what his brother was saying.
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listened to hesitate
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listened to hesitate

Question 102 of 200
102. Question
1 pointsThe prosecution failed in establish in every case today.
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Question 103 of 200
103. Question
1 pointsOne of my drawbacks is that I do not have to tolerance of ambiguity.
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do not have
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do not have

Question 104 of 200
104. Question
1 pointsThey TheyÂ should have calmly thought ofÂ the advantages that would accrue to them.Â the advantages that would accrue to them.
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No correction required
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No correction required

Question 105 of 200
105. Question
1 pointsThe easiest of the thing to do is to ask the address to the postman.
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of the things to do
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of the things to do

Question 106 of 200
106. Question
1 pointsFrom (Question 106  111) In each of the following items some parts have been jumbled up You arerequired, to rearrange these parts which are labeled P, Q, R, S to produce the correct sentence. Choose the proper sequence and mark in your Answer Sheet accordingly
For thousands of yearsÂ one of the most important fruits (P) / the strange fruit ofÂ this bush (Q)/of the Mediterranean region (R) /has beenÂ regarded as (S).
Which one of the following is the correct sequence:Correct
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Question 107 of 200
107. Question
1 pointsEveryone knows thatÂ it is difficult (P) / to speak more politely (Q) / to go theÂ manager (R) i and tell him that he ought (S).
Which one of the following is the correct sequence:Correct
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Question 108 of 200
108. Question
1 pointsThe Great Powers are engagedÂ in spite of commoner knowledge (P) / in remakingÂ themselves to the teeth (Q) / total destruction of theÂ human race (R) / that another war will mean (S).
Which one of the following is the correct sequence:Correct
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Question 109 of 200
109. Question
1 pointsThe variety of themes used for the lessonÂ but also for their inherent interest (P) / shows that aÂ great deal of thought (Q) / topics of interest not only forÂ their topicality (R) / has gone into choosing (S).
The proper sequence should be :Correct
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Question 110 of 200
110. Question
1 pointsThe hourglass isÂ two triangles (P) / in size (Q) / which are equal (R) / madeÂ of (S).
The proper sequence should be :Correct
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Question 111 of 200
111. Question
1 pointsAs far as we can seeÂ there are at least a hundred billion galaxies (P) / withÂ our everimproving telescopes that (Q) / each an IslandÂ universe containing billions of stars (R) / arrayedÂ throughout the universe (S).
The proper sequence should be :Correct
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Question 112 of 200
112. Question
1 pointsIn the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each number five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately.
The world famous scientist, AI Einstein called his brand of religion cosmic religion. "Our younger there is a huge world, which exists (1) of human beings and which stand (2) us like a great eternal riddle at least partially accessible to our inspection and thinking". And he went (3) to make the famed statement, "science without religion is lame; religion without science is blind". Interestingly, Raja Ramanna, who towered in the field of atomic science, was also (4) interested in philosophy and well (5) with the scriptures. In one of his lectures he made this (6) on the convergence of physics and metaphysics: â€œWe know that Quantum Entanglement is a physical fact and can also be (7) larger than microscopic systems. It seems that we are all tied up by the (8) connection and it may become another way of'' communicating with another leading to a collective maksha where distinctions between chit and chit are fully (9). Such possibility, (10) remote, exists".
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Question 113 of 200
113. Question
1 pointsIn the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each number five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately.
The joint family (11) way to the (12) family. Despite the (13) that it offers, children feel (14), lonely and (15). This leads to psychiatric problems, pressures and (16). A crosssection of children were interviewed, and they matteroffactly (17) problems, at the same time (18) showed the way to (19) solutions. Tell your (20) about your work. Young as they are they (21) where you have been all day. (22) to them. "Mummy has a teaching job. She teaches (23) children to read and writeâ€ or â€œpapa work in a factory which manufactures scooters". At least now the child (24) a mental picture of how you spend the day. There develops a certain (25) in that knowledge. This security is very (26) for the allround development of the child. (27) of security makes the child defensive. At times, such children become (28). They fight against parentâ€™s teachers, peers and everybody around. Therefore, parents have to be (29) careful in bringing (30) their children.
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Question 114 of 200
114. Question
1 pointsIn the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each number five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately.
The joint family (11) way to the (12) family. Despite the (13) that it offers, children feel (14), lonely and (15). This leads to psychiatric problems, pressures and (16). A crosssection of children were interviewed, and they matteroffactly (17) problems, at the same time (18) showed the way to (19) solutions. Tell your (20) about your work. Young as they are they (21) where you have been all day. (22) to them. "Mummy has a teaching job. She teaches (23) children to read and writeâ€ or â€œpapa work in a factory which manufactures scooters". At least now the child (24) a mental picture of how you spend the day. There develops a certain (25) in that knowledge. This security is very (26) for the allround development of the child. (27) of security makes the child defensive. At times, such children become (28). They fight against parentâ€™s teachers, peers and everybody around. Therefore, parents have to be (29) careful in bringing (30) their children.
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Question 115 of 200
115. Question
1 pointsIn the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each number five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately.
The joint family (11) way to the (12) family. Despite the (13) that it offers, children feel (14), lonely and (15). This leads to psychiatric problems, pressures and (16). A crosssection of children were interviewed, and they matteroffactly (17) problems, at the same time (18) showed the way to (19) solutions. Tell your (20) about your work. Young as they are they (21) where you have been all day. (22) to them. "Mummy has a teaching job. She teaches (23) children to read and writeâ€ or â€œpapa work in a factory which manufactures scooters". At least now the child (24) a mental picture of how you spend the day. There develops a certain (25) in that knowledge. This security is very (26) for the allround development of the child. (27) of security makes the child defensive. At times, such children become (28). They fight against parentâ€™s teachers, peers and everybody around. Therefore, parents have to be (29) careful in bringing (30) their children.
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Question 116 of 200
116. Question
1 pointsIn the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each number five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately.
The joint family (11) way to the (12) family. Despite the (13) that it offers, children feel (14), lonely and (15). This leads to psychiatric problems, pressures and (16). A crosssection of children were interviewed, and they matteroffactly (17) problems, at the same time (18) showed the way to (19) solutions. Tell your (20) about your work. Young as they are they (21) where you have been all day. (22) to them. "Mummy has a teaching job. She teaches (23) children to read and writeâ€ or â€œpapa work in a factory which manufactures scooters". At least now the child (24) a mental picture of how you spend the day. There develops a certain (25) in that knowledge. This security is very (26) for the allround development of the child. (27) of security makes the child defensive. At times, such children become (28). They fight against parentâ€™s teachers, peers and everybody around. Therefore, parents have to be (29) careful in bringing (30) their children.
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Question 117 of 200
117. Question
1 pointsIn the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each number five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately.
The joint family (11) way to the (12) family. Despite the (13) that it offers, children feel (14), lonely and (15). This leads to psychiatric problems, pressures and (16). A crosssection of children were interviewed, and they matteroffactly (17) problems, at the same time (18) showed the way to (19) solutions. Tell your (20) about your work. Young as they are they (21) where you have been all day. (22) to them. "Mummy has a teaching job. She teaches (23) children to read and writeâ€ or â€œpapa work in a factory which manufactures scooters". At least now the child (24) a mental picture of how you spend the day. There develops a certain (25) in that knowledge. This security is very (26) for the allround development of the child. (27) of security makes the child defensive. At times, such children become (28). They fight against parentâ€™s teachers, peers and everybody around. Therefore, parents have to be (29) careful in bringing (30) their children.
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Question 118 of 200
118. Question
1 pointsIn the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each number five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately.
The joint family (11) way to the (12) family. Despite the (13) that it offers, children feel (14), lonely and (15). This leads to psychiatric problems, pressures and (16). A crosssection of children were interviewed, and they matteroffactly (17) problems, at the same time (18) showed the way to (19) solutions. Tell your (20) about your work. Young as they are they (21) where you have been all day. (22) to them. "Mummy has a teaching job. She teaches (23) children to read and writeâ€ or â€œpapa work in a factory which manufactures scooters". At least now the child (24) a mental picture of how you spend the day. There develops a certain (25) in that knowledge. This security is very (26) for the allround development of the child. (27) of security makes the child defensive. At times, such children become (28). They fight against parentâ€™s teachers, peers and everybody around. Therefore, parents have to be (29) careful in bringing (30) their children.
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Question 119 of 200
119. Question
1 pointsEach passage consists of six sentences. The first and the sixth sentence are given in the beginning. The middle four sentences in each have been removed and jumbled up. These are labeled P, Q, R and S. You are required to find out the proper order for the fours sentences.
S_{1Â }Â : Sunbirds are among the smallest of Indian birds.
P : Though they are functionally similar to theÂ humming birds of the New World, they are totallyÂ unrelated.
Q : They do eat small insects too.
R : They are also some of the most brilliantlycolouredÂ birds.
S : Sunbirds feed on nectar mostly and help inÂ pollination.S_{6Â }: Our common sunbirds are the purple sunbird, theÂ glossy black species and purple rumped sunbird,Â the yellow and maroon species.
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Question 120 of 200
120. Question
1 pointsIn the following questions each passage consists of six sentences. The first and the sixth sentences are given in the beginning. The middle four sentences in each have been removed and jumbled up. These are labeled P, Q, R and S. You are required to find out the proper order for the four sentences.
S_{1 :Â }There are numerous kinds of superstitions inÂ different parts of the country.
P : But people go on respecting it through force of blindÂ custom,
Q : Most of them have a bearing on "luck" good or bad.
R : Superstitions usually have their origin in fear andÂ ignorance.
S : Nobody remembers now how a superstition firstÂ started in remote ages.S_{6 :Â }A dog's howling predicts deaththis is a typicalÂ superstition.
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Question 121 of 200
121. Question
1 pointsIn the following questions each passage consists of six sentences. The first and the sixth sentences are given in the beginning. The middle four sentences in each have been removed and jumbled up. These are labeled P, Q, R and S. You are required to find out the proper order for the four sentences.
S_{1Â }: Society in every country shapes itself out of it ownÂ initiative.
P : No one can or ought to do this for them.
Q : Our part of duty lies in imparting true education toÂ all men and women in society.
R : Woman must be put in a position to solve their ownÂ problems in their own way.
S : It will not be then necessary to pull down or set usÂ anything in society by coercion.S_{6 :Â }And our Indian women are as capable of doing it asÂ any in the world.
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Question 122 of 200
122. Question
1 pointsIn the following questions each passage consists of six sentences. The first and the sixth sentences are given in the beginning. The middle four sentences in each have been removed and jumbled up. These are labeled P, Q, R and S. You are required to find out the proper order for the four sentences.
S_{1Â }Â : Many people believe that it is cruel to make use ofÂ animals for laboratory studies.
P : They point out that animals too have nervousÂ systems like us and can feel pain.
Q : These people, who have formed the AntivivisectionÂ Society, have been pleading for a more humaneÂ treatment of animals by scientists.
R : Monkeys, rabbits, mice and other mammals areÂ used in large numbers by scientists and many ofÂ them are made to suffer diseases artificiallyÂ produced in them.
S : We can avoid such cruelty to animals if we useÂ alternative methods such as tissue culture,Â gas chromatography and chemical techniques.S_{6Â }: It is in view of these facts that the Government ofÂ India has banned the export of monkeys to America.
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Question 123 of 200
123. Question
1 pointsFind the correctly spelt words.
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Question 124 of 200
124. Question
1 pointsFind the correctly spelt words.
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Question 125 of 200
125. Question
1 pointsFind the correctly spelt words.
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Question 126 of 200
126. Question
1 pointsFind the correctly spelt words.
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Question 127 of 200
127. Question
1 pointsFind the correctly spelt words.
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Question 128 of 200
128. Question
1 pointsOwing to the power cut in the area, factories are being forced to________ men
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Question 129 of 200
129. Question
1 pointsMan must ______ to stop pollution.
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Question 130 of 200
130. Question
1 pointsHe was sent to the prison for his _______
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Question 131 of 200
131. Question
1 pointsMany ______ decisions were taken at the meeting.
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Question 132 of 200
132. Question
1 pointsThose who persist in the endeavor at long last triumph ______ the odds of life.
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Question 133 of 200
133. Question
1 pointsIn the modern materialistic society, the only aim of people appears to be ...... money by fair means or foul.