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Question 1 of 200
1. 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 2 of 200
2. 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 3 of 200
3. 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 4 of 200
4. 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 5 of 200
5. 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 6 of 200
6. Question
1 pointsThe following questions 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 of numbers/letters/words.
Mirror : Glass
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As, 'Mirrol is made from 'Glass'. Similarly, 'Shirt' is made from'Cloth'.

Question 7 of 200
7. Question
1 pointsThe following questions 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 of numbers/letters/words.
Medicine : Dose
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As, Me&cine' is taken in 'Doge'. Similarly, 'Food' is taken in'Quantity'.

Question 8 of 200
8. Question
1 pointsThe following questions 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 of numbers/letters/words.
Mobile : SMS
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A,s, 'Mobile' has 'SMS'. Similarly, 'Book' has 'Pages'

Question 9 of 200
9. Question
1 pointsA, B, C and D live on floors 3 to 6 of the same six storeyed building. A lives on
fourth floor. Only one person lives on the floor between A and B, C does not live on a floor above A's floor.Who lives on a floor immediately above B's floor?
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 B  6th floor
 D  5th floor
 A  4th floor
 C  3rd floor
B lives on the top floor.

Question 10 of 200
10. Question
1 pointsA, B, C and D live on floors 3 to 6 of the same six storeyed building. A lives on
fourth floor. Only one person lives on the floor between A and B, C does not live on a floor above A's floor.Who lives on the 5th floor?
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 B  6th floor
 D  5th floor
 A  4th floor
 C  3rd floor
D lives on the fifth floor.

Question 11 of 200
11. Question
1 pointsAmong P, Q, R, S and T each having different height , Q is shorter than only T and P is taller than only S. Who will be third when they are arranged in descending
order of their height?Correct
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T>Q>R>P>S
Hence, R is third in height among them.

Question 12 of 200
12. Question
1 pointsGeeta is senior to Shilpa but not Deepa. Gayatri is junior to Deepa. No one is senior to Fatima. Who is the most junior?
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Fatima > Deepa > Geeta > Shilpa and Deepa > Gayatri
Hence, we cannot determine the most junior among them.

Question 13 of 200
13. Question
1 pointsSuresh is five ranks below top student Samir in a class of forty students. What is Suresh's rank from the bottom in the class?
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Suresh's rank from the top = 5th + 1 = 6th
Hence, Suresh's rank from the bottom in the class=406+1
=41 6
=35th 
Question 14 of 200
14. Question
1 pointsStudy the information given below and answer these question.
(i) P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting along a circle facing the centre.
(ii) P is between T and S.
(iii) U is between Q and V.
(iv) Q is 2nd to the right of T.Which of the following pairs has its first member sitting second to the right of the second member?
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Question 15 of 200
15. Question
1 pointsStudy the information given below and answer these question.
(i) P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting along a circle facing the centre.
(ii) P is between T and S.
(iii) U is between Q and V.
(iv) Q is 2nd to the right of T.Which of the following pairs has its 2nd member sitting to the immediate left of the first member?
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Question 16 of 200
16. Question
1 pointsStudy the information given below and answer these question.
(i) P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting along a circle facing the centre.
(ii) P is between T and S.
(iii) U is between Q and V.
(iv) Q is 2nd to the right of T.What is the position of R?
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Question 17 of 200
17. Question
1 pointsStudy the information given below and answer these question.
(i) P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting along a circle facing the centre.
(ii) P is between T and S.
(iii) U is between Q and V.
(iv) Q is 2nd to the right of T.V is...........?
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Question 18 of 200
18. Question
1 pointsStudy the information given below and answer these question.
(i) P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting along a circle facing the centre.
(ii) P is between T and S.
(iii) U is between Q and V.
(iv) Q is 2nd to the right of T.Which of the following is the correct statement?
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Question 19 of 200
19. 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 the group?
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Except 'Cloth', all others comes under the cloth.

Question 20 of 200
20. 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 the group?
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Except 'Tree', all others are part of a tree.

Question 21 of 200
21. 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 the group?
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Except 'Picture', all others are physical activity.

Question 22 of 200
22. 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 the group?
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Except 'Mustard', all others are flowers.

Question 23 of 200
23. 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 the group?
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Except 'Boat', all others are transport system on ground.

Question 24 of 200
24. Question
1 pointswhile he was returning (1)/ from the office (2)/ a man attacked on (3)/ him with a dagger.(4) No error( 5)
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Delete on

Question 25 of 200
25. Question
1 pointsThe decline of her moral (1)/ was caused by a lot of (2) /factors that were once (3)/ fascinating toher (4) No error (5)
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Change 'decline of to 'decline in'.

Question 26 of 200
26. Question
1 pointsHe took me to a restaurant (1)/ and ordered for two cup (2)/ of cold coffee (3) which the waiter brought in an hours(4)/No error.
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Delete'/or' after order.

Question 27 of 200
27. Question
1 pointsThere are some animals (1)/than can live (2) both in water and land (3)/ without any difficulty. (4)/ No Error (5)
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Place on before 'land'.

Question 28 of 200
28. Question
1 pointsTom and Dick start moving in opposite directions from a point. They both move 10.4 km. Dick moves to his left after the covers 6 km. Tom moves left and covers 6 km. Again Dick moves right and covers 10.4 km. Tom moves left and covers 31.2 km. How far are they both from each other?
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Question 29 of 200
29. Question
1 pointsA river flows West to East and on the way turns left and goes in a semicircle round a hillock, and then turns left in a right angles. In which & reaction is the river finally flowing?
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Question 30 of 200
30. Question
1 pointsStarting from a point'H'. Rita walked 36 m towards North. She turned to his right and walked 50 m. She then turned to his right and walked 36 m. She again turned to his right and walked 70 m and reached a point 'K' How far Rita is from the point'H' and in which direction?
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Question 31 of 200
31. Question
1 pointsJatin who is facing North turns to his right and walks 30 m. Then he turns to his right and walks 14 m, then facing East he walks 30 m. How far is he from his original position?
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Question 32 of 200
32. 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 33 of 200
33. 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 34 of 200
34. Question
1 pointsIf A is the brother of B; B is the sister of C; and C is the father of D, how D is related to A?
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If D is Male, the answer is Nephew.
If D is Female, the answer is Niece.
As the sex of D is not known, hence, the relation between D and A cannot be determined.
Note: Niece  A daughter of one's brother or sister, or of one's brotherinlaw or sisterinlaw. Nephew  A son of one's brother or sister, or of one's brotherinlaw or sisterinlaw.

Question 35 of 200
35. Question
1 pointsA told B,"The girl I met yesterday was the youngest daughter of the brother–in–law of my friend’s mother." How is the girl related to A's friend?
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Daughter of brother–in–law –> Niece;
Mother’s niece –> Cousin.
So, the girl is the cousin of A's friend. 
Question 36 of 200
36. Question
1 pointsPointing to a girl in the photograph, Amar said, “Her mother’s brother is the only son of my mother’s father.” How is the girl’s mother related to Amar ?
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Only son of Amar’s mother’s father  Amar’s maternal uncle. So, the girl’s maternal uncle is Amar’s maternal uncle. Thus, the girl’s mother is Amar’s aunt.

Question 37 of 200
37. Question
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Question 38 of 200
38. Question
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Question 39 of 200
39. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 40 of 200
40. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 41 of 200
41. Question
1 pointsA series is established if one of the Five Answer Figures is placed at the "questionmarked space". Question Figures form a series if they change from left to right according to some rule. The number of the Answer Figure which should be placed in the questionmarked space is the answer. All the five figures i.e, four Problem Figures and one Answer Figure placed in the questionmarked space should be considered as following the series.
Study the following question.Correct
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Question 42 of 200
42. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 43 of 200
43. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 44 of 200
44. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 45 of 200
45. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 46 of 200
46. Question
1 pointsWhat is the product of all the numbers in the dial of a telephone ?
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Since one of the numbers on the dial of a telephone is zero, so the product of all the numbers on it is 0.
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Since one of the numbers on the dial of a telephone is zero, so the product of all the numbers on it is 0.

Question 47 of 200
47. Question
1 pointsA is 3 years older to B and 3 years younger to C, while B and D are twins. How many years older is C to D?
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Since B and D are twins, so B = D.
Now, A = B + 3 and A = C  3.
Thus, B + 3 = C  3
D + 3 = C3
C  D = 6.
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Since B and D are twins, so B = D.
Now, A = B + 3 and A = C  3.
Thus, B + 3 = C  3
D + 3 = C3
C  D = 6.

Question 48 of 200
48. Question
1 pointsChoose the alternative which is closely resembles the mirror image of the given combination.
ANS43Q12
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Question 49 of 200
49. Question
1 pointsChoose the alternative which is closely resembles the mirror image of the given combination.
TARAIN1014A
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Question 50 of 200
50. Question
1 pointsChoose the alternative which is closely resembles the mirror image of the given combination.
QPRSTWXZ2
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Question 51 of 200
51. Question
1 pointsA field is 25 m long and 20 m broad. A path 3 m wide is constructed all around the field and surrounds it. The total area ofthe path is
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Total area ofthe path = area of rectangle A' B' C' D'  area of rectangle ABCD
= 
Question 52 of 200
52. Question
1 pointsIf the length and breadth of a rectangular field are increased the area increases by 50Vo. If the increase in length was 20Vo, by what percentage was the breadth increased?
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Let the breadth of rectangular field is increased by a %

Question 53 of 200
53. Question
1 pointsA cistern has two taps which fill it in 24 minutes and 30 minutes respectively. There is also a waste pipe in the cistern. When all the three are opened, the empty cistern is full in 40 minutes. How long will the waste pipe take to empty the full cistern?
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Work done by the waste pipe in 1 minute
= =
∴ Waste pipe will empty the full cistern in 20 minutes.
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Work done by the waste pipe in 1 minute
= =
∴ Waste pipe will empty the full cistern in 20 minutes.

Question 54 of 200
54. Question
1 pointsTwo pipes X and Y can fill a tank in 24 hours and 48 hours respectively. If both the pipes are opened simultaneously, how much time will be taken to fill the tank?
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Part filled by X in 1 hour = ; Part filled by Y in 1 hour =
Part filled by (X + Y) in 1 hour = =
 Hence, both the pipes together will fill the tank in 16 hours.
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Part filled by X in 1 hour = ; Part filled by Y in 1 hour =
Part filled by (X + Y) in 1 hour = =
 Hence, both the pipes together will fill the tank in 16 hours.

Question 55 of 200
55. Question
1 pointsTwo taps X and Y can fill a tank in 2.5 hours and 10 hours respectively. If both the taps are open then due to a leakage, it look 30 minutes more to fill the tank. If the tank is full, how long will it take for the leakage alone to empty the tank?
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Part filled by (X + Y) in 1 hour =
So, X and Y together can fill the tank in 2 hours.
∴ Leak will empty the tank in 10 hoursIncorrect
Part filled by (X + Y) in 1 hour =
So, X and Y together can fill the tank in 2 hours.
∴ Leak will empty the tank in 10 hours 
Question 56 of 200
56. Question
1 pointsAn electric pump can fill a tank in 4 hours. Because of a leak in the tank, it took 11/2 hours to fill the tank. If the tank is full, how much time will the leak take to empty it?
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Work done by the leak in 1 hour =
∴ The leak will empty the tank in 44/3 hrs ⇒ 14 hours 40 minutes.
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Work done by the leak in 1 hour =
∴ The leak will empty the tank in 44/3 hrs ⇒ 14 hours 40 minutes.

Question 57 of 200
57. Question
1 pointsA tank can be filled by a tap in 20 minutes and by another tap in 60 minutes. Both taps are kept open for 10 minutes and then the first tap is shut off. After this, the tank will be completely filled in:(Bank P.O 2000)
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For 10 minutes (I part)=10
= 1 : x
x = 20 min
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For 10 minutes (I part)=10
= 1 : x
x = 20 min

Question 58 of 200
58. Question
1 points02.A tap can fill a tank in 16 minutes and another can empty it in 8 minutes. If the tank is already halffull and both tanks are opened together, the tank will be :(BANK P.O 1990)
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Time taken to fill the tank in = min
Time taken to empty the tank in = min
Work done by both in 1 min =
(ve means empty)
Now full tank will be emptied by them in 16 min
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Time taken to fill the tank in = min
Time taken to empty the tank in = min
Work done by both in 1 min =
(ve means empty)
Now full tank will be emptied by them in 16 min

Question 59 of 200
59. Question
1 pointsAn accurate clock shows 6 o'clock in the morning. Through how may degrees will the hour hand rotate when the clock shows 4 o'clock in the afternoon?
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Angle traced by the hour hand in 2 hours =
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Angle traced by the hour hand in 2 hours =

Question 60 of 200
60. Question
1 pointsThe reflex angle between the hands of a clock at 10.25 :
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Angle traced by hour hand in
Angle traced by minute hand in 25 min
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Angle traced by hour hand in
Angle traced by minute hand in 25 min

Question 61 of 200
61. Question
1 pointsHow many times do the hands of a clock at right angle in a day ? (I.A.S.1997)
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In 12 hours, they are at right angles 22 times
In 24 hours,they are at right angles 44 times.
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In 12 hours, they are at right angles 22 times
In 24 hours,they are at right angles 44 times.

Question 62 of 200
62. Question
1 pointsA watch which gains 5 seconds in 3 minutes was set right at 7 a.m. In the afternoon of the same day, when the watch indicated quarter past 4 o" clock ,the true time is :
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Time from 7 a.m. to 4.15 p.m. =9 hrs 15 min.=
3 min. 5 sec. of this clock = 3 min. of the correct clock
hrs of this clock = hrs of the correct clock
hrs of this clock =(\frac{1}{20}\times \frac{720}{37}\times \frac{37}{4})\therefore Incorrect
Time from 7 a.m. to 4.15 p.m. =9 hrs 15 min.=
3 min. 5 sec. of this clock = 3 min. of the correct clock
hrs of this clock = hrs of the correct clock
hrs of this clock =(\frac{1}{20}\times \frac{720}{37}\times \frac{37}{4})\therefore" />
3 min. 5 sec. of this clock = 3 min. of the correct clock
hrs of this clock = hrs of the correct clock
hrs of this clock =(\frac{1}{20}\times \frac{720}{37}\times \frac{37}{4})\therefore The correct time is 9 hrs after 7 a.m i.e 4 p.m

Question 63 of 200
63. Question
1 pointsThe angle between the minute hand and the hour hand of a clock when the time is 8.30, is
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Angle traced by hour hand in
Angle traced by min. hand in 30 min. = = 180.
Required angel =
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Angle traced by hour hand in
Angle traced by min. hand in 30 min. = = 180.
Required angel =

Question 64 of 200
64. Question
1 pointsThe angle between the minute hand and the hour hand of a clock when the time is 4.20 is :
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Angle traced by hour hand in
Angle traced by min. hand in 20 min.=
Required angle =
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Angle traced by hour hand in
Angle traced by min. hand in 20 min.=
Required angle =

Question 65 of 200
65. Question
1 pointsIf log 2 = 0.3010 and log 3 = 0.4771, the value of log5 512 is:
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512 =
=
=
=
= 3.876
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512 =
=
=
=
= 3.876

Question 66 of 200
66. Question
1 pointsis equal to
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Question 67 of 200
67. Question
1 pointsif 7 = a then is equal to (R.R.B 2000)
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 = (a + 1)
=  (a + 1)
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 = (a + 1)
=  (a + 1)

Question 68 of 200
68. Question
1 points=0.3010, the value of is : (bank 2001)
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=
=
=
= (3 x 0.3010) + 1
= 1.9030.
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=
=
=
= (3 x 0.3010) + 1
= 1.9030.

Question 69 of 200
69. Question
1 pointsIf log 2 = 0.30103, the number of digits in
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Question 70 of 200
70. Question
1 pointsif = 100 and = 10 , then the value of y is:
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= 10
log_{x} y = 100
[Put the value of x]
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= 10
log_{x} y = 100
[Put the value of x]

Question 71 of 200
71. Question
1 pointsThe banker's gain on a bill due 1 year hence at 12% per annum is Rs.6. The hence discount is :
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T.D.=
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T.D.=

Question 72 of 200
72. Question
1 pointsThe true discount on a bill or Rs 540 is Rs 90.The banker's discount is :
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P.W = Rs.(54090) = Rs.450.
S.I on Rs 450 = Rs 90
S.I on Rs 540 = Rs = Rs 108.
B.D = Rs 108.
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P.W = Rs.(54090) = Rs.450.
S.I on Rs 450 = Rs 90
S.I on Rs 540 = Rs = Rs 108.
B.D = Rs 108.

Question 73 of 200
73. Question
1 pointsThe present worth of a certain bill due sometime hence is Rs.800 and the true discount is Rs.36.The banker's discount is :
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B.G = = Rs 1.62
B.D = (T.D + B.G)= Rs (36 + 1.62) = Rs 37.62
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B.G = = Rs 1.62
B.D = (T.D + B.G)= Rs (36 + 1.62) = Rs 37.62

Question 74 of 200
74. Question
1 pointsThe banker's gain on a certain sum due years hence is of the banker's discount .The rate percent is :
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Let, B.D = Rs 1
Then B.G = Rs
T.D = (B.D  B.G) = Rs
Sum = = Rs
S.I on Rs for ears is Rs 1
Rate = % = %
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Let, B.D = Rs 1
Then B.G = Rs
T.D = (B.D  B.G) = Rs
Sum = = Rs
S.I on Rs for ears is Rs 1
Rate = % = %

Question 75 of 200
75. Question
1 pointsThe banker's discount on a certain sum due 2 years hence is of the true discount .The rate percent is :
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Let T.D. be Rs.1 .Then,B.D.=Rs.= Rs.1.10
sum= = Rs. = Rs.11
S.I.on RS11 for 2 years is Rs1.10.
Rate = % = 5%
sum = Rs = Rs = Rs.11
S.I on Rs 11 for 2 years is Rs 1.10.
Rate = % = 5%
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Let T.D. be Rs.1 .Then,B.D.=Rs.= Rs.1.10
sum= = Rs. = Rs.11
S.I.on RS11 for 2 years is Rs1.10.
Rate = % = 5%
sum = Rs = Rs = Rs.11
S.I on Rs 11 for 2 years is Rs 1.10.
Rate = % = 5%

Question 76 of 200
76. Question
1 points0.04 0.0162 is equal to:
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4 162 = 648 Sum of decimal places = 6
0.04 0.0162 = 0.000648 =
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4 162 = 648 Sum of decimal places = 6
0.04 0.0162 = 0.000648 =

Question 77 of 200
77. Question
1 pointsHow many digits will be there to the right of the decimal point in the product of 95.75 and .02554 ?
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Sum of decimal places = 7.
Since the last digit to the extreme right will be zero (since 5 4 = 20), so there will be 6 significant digits to the right of the decimal point.Incorrect
Sum of decimal places = 7.
Since the last digit to the extreme right will be zero (since 5 4 = 20), so there will be 6 significant digits to the right of the decimal point. 
Question 78 of 200
78. Question
1 points4.036 divided by 0.04 gives
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= 100.9
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= 100.9

Question 79 of 200
79. Question
1 pointsGiven that 268 74 = 19832, Find the value of 2.68 0.74.
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Sum of decimal places = (2 + 2) = 4.
So, 2.68 0.74 = 1.9832.
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Sum of decimal places = (2 + 2) = 4.
So, 2.68 0.74 = 1.9832.

Question 80 of 200
80. Question
1 pointsThe angle of elevation of a ladder leaning against a wall is 60º and the foot of the ladder is 4.6 m away from the wall. The length of the ladder is:
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Let AB be the wall and BC be the ladder.
Then , and AC = 6.4 m
BC = 2 x AC
= (2 x 4.6) m
= 9.2 m.Incorrect
Let AB be the wall and BC be the ladder.
Then , and AC = 6.4 m
BC = 2 x AC
= (2 x 4.6) m
= 9.2 m. 
Question 81 of 200
81. Question
1 pointsA man standing at a point P is watching the top of a tower, which makes an angle of elevation of 30º with the man's eye. The man walks some distance towards the tower to watch its top and the angle of the elevation becomes 60º. What is the distance between the base of the tower and the point P?(s.b.i 1990)
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One of AB, AD and CD must have given.
So, the data is inadequate.
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One of AB, AD and CD must have given.
So, the data is inadequate.

Question 82 of 200
82. Question
1 pointsTwo ships are sailing in the sea on the two sides of a lighthouse. The angle of elevation of the top of the lighthouse is observed from the ships are 30º and 45º respectively. If the lighthouse is 100 m high, the distance between the two ships is(bank p.o 2001)
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Let AB be the lighthouse and C and D be the positions of the ships.
Then, AB = 100 m
AD = AB = 100 m
CD = (AC + AD) =
=
= (100 x 2.73) m
= 273 m.Incorrect
Let AB be the lighthouse and C and D be the positions of the ships.
Then, AB = 100 m
AD = AB = 100 m
CD = (AC + AD) =
=
= (100 x 2.73) m
= 273 m. 
Question 83 of 200
83. Question
1 pointsThe angle of elevation of the top of a tower from a certain point is .If the observer moves 20 m towards the tower,the angle of elevation of the top of the tower increases by .The height of the tower is :
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Let AB be the tower and C and D be the points of observation.then , AND CD=20 m
Let AB =h.
Then,
And,
CD=20
h=Incorrect
Let AB be the tower and C and D be the points of observation.then , AND CD=20 m
Let AB =h.
Then,
And,
CD=20
h= 
Question 84 of 200
84. Question
1 pointsWhich one of the following is the least fraction?
, , , ,
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Question 85 of 200
85. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 86 of 200
86. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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=216

Question 87 of 200
87. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 88 of 200
88. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 89 of 200
89. Question
1 pointsIf the fraction are arranged in ascending order of their values, then which one will be the fourth?
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= 0.75 , = 0.571 , = 0.833 , = 0.545 , = 0.692
ascending order is Hence the fourth fraction is
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= 0.75 , = 0.571 , = 0.833 , = 0.545 , = 0.692
ascending order is Hence the fourth fraction is

Question 90 of 200
90. Question
1 pointsSales of Various Precious Stones in India for
the Period of 19951996 to 19992000Which of the given precious stones experienced the highest percentage growth in its sales in any year over that of the previous year for the period 199697 to 19992000?
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Highest % growth can be measured for Topaz.

Question 91 of 200
91. Question
1 pointsThe bar graph given below shows the foreign exchange reserves of a country (in million US $) from 199192 ta 199899. Answer the question s based on, this graph.
Foreign Exchange Reserves of a Country
(in million US $)The foreign exchange reserves in 199798 was how many times that in 199 495?
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Question 92 of 200
92. Question
1 pointsThe bar graph given below shows the foreign exchange reserves of a country (in million US $) from 199192 ta 199899. Answer the question s based on, this graph.
Foreign Exchange Reserves of a Country
(in million US $)What was the percentage increase in the foreign exchange reserves in 199798 over 199394?
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%

Question 93 of 200
93. Question
1 pointsA sum of money is sufficient to pay A's wages for 21 days and B's wages for 28 days. The same money is sufficient to pay the wages of both for:(s b i 2006)
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Let total money be Rs. x.
A's 1 day's wages =
B's 1 day's wages = Rs
∴ (A + B)'s 1 day's wages =
∴ Money is sufficient to pay the wages of both for 12 days.
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Let total money be Rs. x.
A's 1 day's wages =
B's 1 day's wages = Rs
∴ (A + B)'s 1 day's wages =
∴ Money is sufficient to pay the wages of both for 12 days.

Question 94 of 200
94. Question
1 points10 men and 15 women together can complete a work in 6 days. It takes 100 days for one man alone to complete the same work. How many days will be required for one woman alone to complete the same work?
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1 man's day's work = (10 men + 15 women)'s 1 day's work =
15 women's 1 day's work = =
∴ 1 woman alone can complete the work in 225 days.
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1 man's day's work = (10 men + 15 women)'s 1 day's work =
15 women's 1 day's work = =
∴ 1 woman alone can complete the work in 225 days.

Question 95 of 200
95. Question
1 pointsA, B and C together can complete a piece of work in 10 days. All the three started working at it together and after 4 days A left. Then B and C together completed the work in 10 more days. A alone could complete the work in :
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Work done by A, B and C in 4 days =
Remaining work =
(A + B + C)'s 1 day's work =
(B + C)'s 1 day's work =
A's 1 day's work =
∴ A alone could complete the work in 25 days.
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Work done by A, B and C in 4 days =
Remaining work =
(A + B + C)'s 1 day's work =
(B + C)'s 1 day's work =
A's 1 day's work =
∴ A alone could complete the work in 25 days.

Question 96 of 200
96. Question
1 pointsA takes twice time as much work as B in threefourth of the time. If together they take 18 days to complete the work, how much time shall B take to do it?(ibps 2003)
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Suppose B takes x days to do the work.
∴ A takes 2 days to do it.
(A + B)'s 1 day's work
or x = 30
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Suppose B takes x days to do the work.
∴ A takes 2 days to do it.
(A + B)'s 1 day's work
or x = 30

Question 97 of 200
97. Question
1 pointsShare of Revenue obtained from each type (by Acity) of connection sold by VSNL out of total revenue VSNL from sales of connections (for the year 2001)
Total revenue from sale of connections by VSNL in 2001 Rs 15 lakh
Total number of connections  10000
VSNL's revenue from 2 Mbps connection is what percentage of the revenue from 512 Kbps connections in 2000, given that the revenue from 2 Mbps connections has increased by 25% and that of 512 Kbps by 20% from 2000 to 2001?
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Connection 2001 2000
2 Mbps
512 kbps
Hence required% =

Question 98 of 200
98. Question
1 pointsShare of Revenue obtained from each type (by Acity) of connection sold by VSNL out of total revenue VSNL from sales of connections (for the year 2001)
Total revenue from sale of connections by VSNL in 2001 Rs 15 lakh
Total number of connections  10000
What is the approximate ratio of the revenues from 256 Kbps connections to that of a 128 Kbps connections in 2001?
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Required ratio = 38.4 : 33.6 = 1 .14:1

Question 99 of 200
99. Question
1 pointsShare of Revenue obtained from each type (by Acity) of connection sold by VSNL out of total revenue VSNL from sales of connections (for the year 2001)
Total revenue from sale of connections by VSNL in 2001 Rs 15 lakh
Total number of connections  10000
If the revenue from 2 Mbps connections increase by Rs 2 lakh from 2001 to 2002, then what is the approximate angle subtended by 2 Mbps connections in the piechart drawn for the year 2002. Given that the revenue from all other types of connections remains the same from 2001 t0 2002?
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Connection 2001 2000
2 Mbps (6+2)=Rs 8 lakh
Angle subtended by 2 Mbps Connections
= 169.41= 170

Question 100 of 200
100. Question
1 pointsTotal Sun rays received in 1 min = 3600 unit
If the human body can withstand a maximum of 9720 unit of IR rays, when exposed to the sun continuously, then what is the maximum time (in minutes) that any person could stand in the sun without crossing the threshold limit of IR rays?
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Amount of IR rays received in 1 min
Maximum tolerable limit of IR rays =9720 unit
Hence, maximum tirne one can be exposed to the sun

Question 101 of 200
101. Question
1 pointsH. In the following passage There are blank, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words/phrases are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find oat the appropriate word/ phrase in each case.
The economics of owing and running a Ration Shop, the familiar name for the outlets in our Public Distribution System (PDS), are such that under normal business termes, the shopowner could never make a profit. Yet (A) the government announces that new permits for ration shops will be given out, there is frenzy in. the market to grab one of these. (B) ? The answer is obvious: the business is not for the honest and if one knows the (C), there is a fortune to be made.What are these tricks of the trade?
Getting fake names into the user list is the most obvious option; the State seems to be (D) a losing battle against this practice, judging by the endless efforts to weed out bogus ration cards.
The next is to get the 'right customers' on the list, not just more customers. These are people who are registered but who do not have any interest in (E) on their entitlements. In a system where caste and income certificates are for sale, it is not (F) to 'produce'these documents for mutual benefit. Receipts are duly made in their names, and the rations thus 'drawn' are (G) off into the open market. The sale price of an item like rice makes clear the (H) economics  it costs Rs. 8 in a ration shop while in the latter it is Rs. 30 or above. There are also customers who would rather exchange their entitlements for hard cash at the beginning of the month.
As the degradation progresses, the shop keeper, in (I) with the official machinery, manages to withhold effectively the entitlements from even the genuine beneficiaries, and diverts them to the open market. The targeted group is usually not in a position to (J) itself to get its due.
And thus, one has all the'(K)'if a good PDS business.Correct
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Question 102 of 200
102. Question
1 pointsRead each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, any will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of Punctuation , If any)
As market leaders, /(1) we have always been at /(2) the forefront of creating awareness /(3) between the public /(4) No error /(5)
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Say'among the public'.
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Say'among the public'.

Question 103 of 200
103. Question
1 pointsRead each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, any will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of Punctuation , If any)
If the IPL has succeeded in drawing /(1) an audience across the country, it is because /(2) cricket has always had a strong foundation /(3) and a dedicated audience. /(4)No error /(5 )
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The sentence is correct.
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The sentence is correct.

Question 104 of 200
104. Question
1 pointsRead each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, any will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of Punctuation , If any)
In view of the intense cold wave conditions /(1) prevailing in the state, the government declared /(2) holidays in all the schools /(3) for a period of ten days. /(4) No error /(5)
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Add'has' after'government'.
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Add'has' after'government'.

Question 105 of 200
105. Question
1 points(AO) Read the following passage carefully and answer the question given below it. 'Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
It was in the offing. With shortages mounting across the board for water as they are for energy, it was only inevitable that the Central government would be stirred into starting a Bureau of Water Efficiency (BWE), much like the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) that was launched some years ago.
Early reports suggest that the draft norms for various sectors consuming water will be created by the BWE soon. The alarm bells have been ringing for some years now Water availability per capita in India has fallen from about 5 million liters in the 1950s to 1.3 million liters in 2010that's a staggering 75 per cent drop in 50 years.
Nearly 60 per cent of India's aquifers have slumped to critical levels in just the last 15 years. The rate at which borewells are being plunged in every city with no law to ban such extraction, groundwater tables have depleted alarmingly.The BEE's efforts in the last seven years have only been cosmetic. The bureau has looked at efficiency rating systems for white goods in the domestic sector, and has not paid attention to the massive consumption of energy in metals manufacture, paper, and textiles. These sectors are very intense in both energy and water consumption. But very little attention has been paid to the water and energy used per tonne of steel or cement or aluminium that we buy, and without significant changes in these areas, the overali situation is unlikely to change.
Use of water is inextricably interlinked with energy. One does not exist without the other'.The BWE should steer clear of the early mistakes of BEE  of focusing on the
'softer targets' in the domestic sector. Nearly 80 per cent of fresh water is used by agriculture, with industry coming a dose second. The domestic sector's consumption of fresh water is in single digits. So the BWE's priority should be to look at measures that will get farmers and industrialists to follow good practices in water use. Water resources have to be made, by law, an indivisible national asset. The protection and withdrawal of this resource, as well as its sustainable development are of general importance and therefore in the public interest. This will mean that individuals and organisation may own land but not water or the other resources that lie below the first 20 meters of
the surface of those lands.Drilling of borewells into such national assets will have to be banned, or at the very least they must be regulated. What would be more sensible for the new water bureau to do would be to look at some of the lowhanging fruits that can be plucked, and pretty quickly, with laws that can emanate from the Centre, without the risk of either dilution or inaction from state administrations. The other tactical approach that the BWE can adopt is to devise a policy that addresses the serious water challenge in industry segments across a swathe of companies : this will be easier than taking on the more disparate domestic sector which hurts the water crisis less than industry. Implementing a law is more feasible when the concentration is dense and identifiable. Industry offers this advantage more than the domestic or the commercial sector of hotels and offices.As for agriculture, though the country,s water requirement is as high as 80 per cent, the growing of water within the loop in agriculture derisks the challenge of any perceived deficit. Rice, wheat, sugarcane are crops that need waterlogging, which ensures groundwater restoration. Surface water evaporation doesn't amount to any more than 78 per cent and only strengthens precipitation and rainfall. Agriculture and water need is not quite as much a threat as industrv and domestic sectors that account for the rest of the 20 per cent.
The primary challenge in industry and the building sector is that no conscious legal measures have been enacted that stipulate 'growing your own water, with measures that will 'put all water in a loop1 in any residential or commercial building. This involves treating all used water to a grade that it can be 'upcyled' for use in flush tanks and for gardens across all our cities with the polluter owning the responsibility for treating and for reuse. The drop in fresh water demand can be dramatic with such upcycle, reuse, and recycle of treated water. Water by itself in industry and the domestic sector, is not as much a challenge as pollution of water. Not enough measures exist yet to ensure that such polluters shift the water back for reuse. If legislation can ensure that water is treated and reused for specific purposes within industry as well as in the domestic sector, this will make all the difference to the crisis on fresh water.
So, is the case in industry, especially in sectors like textiles, aluminium and steel. Agriculture offers us the amusing irony of the educated urbanites dependent on cereals like rice and wheat that consume 4000 liters of water for every kg, while the farmer lives on the more nutritious millets that consume less than half the quantity. Sugarcane consumes as much as 12000 liters of water fora kilo of cane that you buy!
A listing of such correlations of water used by every product that we use in our daily lives v. make much better sense than any elaborate ratingsystem from the newly formed BWE. Such sensitizing with concerted awareness campaigns that the new Bureau drives will impact the urban consumer more than all the research findings that experts can present. What is important for us is to understand the lifecycle impact in a way that we see the connect between a product that we use and the resources it utilizes up to the point where we bring the visible connect to destruction of natural resources of our ecosystems.
A. How, according to the author, can the bureau sensitize the urban consumer about careful utilization of water?
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Question 106 of 200
106. Question
1 pointsB.Why, according to the author, is the water consumption for agricultural activities the least risky?
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Question 107 of 200
107. Question
1 pointsC.Which of the following is possibly the most appropriate title for the passage?
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Question 108 of 200
108. Question
1 pointsD.What does 'lowhanging fruits that can be plucked, and pretty quickly' mean in the context of the passage?
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Question 109 of 200
109. Question
1 pointsE.Which of the following, according to the author, is/are the indication/s of a water crisis?
(a) Many agrarian areas in the country are facing a , drought  like situation.
(b) Almost threefifth of the naturally available water has been reduced to a very critical level in a relatively short span of time.
(c) There has been a significant drop in the availability of water over the past fifty years.Correct
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Question 110 of 200
110. Question
1 pointsRearrange the following , seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) But seriously, how much would you pay to know what thoughts are swimming around in someone else's head?
(B) In most fictional movies thus, the idea of reading mindsof seeing the private intentions of another, and the possibility of intervening in those plans  has always been highly attractive.
(C) Such fantastical questions have long been the bread and butter of fiction.
(D) Today, more than four centuries since the phrase, "A penny for your thoughts?", was first recorded, inflationary accounting makes that ancient penny worth more than $40.
(E) The going rate for a "thought"a probe into the thinking of another  was once quite a bargain.
(F) And if you could really know their truthfulness how much more would you pay?
(G) Even with the sliding value of the dollar, this still seems quite a bargain.Which of the following should be the SECOND sentences after rearrangement?
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Question 111 of 200
111. Question
1 pointsRearrange the following , seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) But seriously, how much would you pay to know what thoughts are swimming around in someone else's head?
(B) In most fictional movies thus, the idea of reading mindsof seeing the private intentions of another, and the possibility of intervening in those plans  has always been highly attractive.
(C) Such fantastical questions have long been the bread and butter of fiction.
(D) Today, more than four centuries since the phrase, "A penny for your thoughts?", was first recorded, inflationary accounting makes that ancient penny worth more than $40.
(E) The going rate for a "thought"a probe into the thinking of another  was once quite a bargain.
(F) And if you could really know their truthfulness how much more would you pay?
(G) Even with the sliding value of the dollar, this still seems quite a bargain.Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentences after rearrengement ?
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Question 112 of 200
112. Question
1 pointsRearrange the following , seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) But seriously, how much would you pay to know what thoughts are swimming around in someone else's head?
(B) In most fictional movies thus, the idea of reading mindsof seeing the private intentions of another, and the possibility of intervening in those plans  has always been highly attractive.
(C) Such fantastical questions have long been the bread and butter of fiction.
(D) Today, more than four centuries since the phrase, "A penny for your thoughts?", was first recorded, inflationary accounting makes that ancient penny worth more than $40.
(E) The going rate for a "thought"a probe into the thinking of another  was once quite a bargain.
(F) And if you could really know their truthfulness how much more would you pay?
(G) Even with the sliding value of the dollar, this still seems quite a bargain.Which of the following should be the SIXTH sentences after rearrangement ?