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Question 1 of 200
1. Question
1 pointsIf, in a code, MIND becomes Â KGLB Â and ARGUE becomes YPESC, then what will DIAGRAM be in that code?
Correct
Each letter in the word is moved two steps backward to obtain the corresponding letter of the code.
Incorrect
Each letter in the word is moved two steps backward to obtain the corresponding letter of the code.

Question 2 of 200
2. Question
1 pointsIn a certain code, PRODUCTIONS is written as QQPCVEUHPMT. How is ORIENTATION written in that code?
Correct
The first, third, fifth, seventh, ninth and eleventh letters in the word are each moved onestep forward; the second, fourth, eighth and tenth letters are each moved one step backward, while the middle (i.e. sixth) letter is moved two steps forward to obtain the corresponding letters of the code.
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The first, third, fifth, seventh, ninth and eleventh letters in the word are each moved onestep forward; the second, fourth, eighth and tenth letters are each moved one step backward, while the middle (i.e. sixth) letter is moved two steps forward to obtain the corresponding letters of the code.

Question 3 of 200
3. Question
1 pointsIf SUMMER is coded as RUNNER, the code for WINTER will be
Correct
The first letter of the word is moved one step backward, while the two middle letters are each moved one step forward to obtain the corresponding letters of the code.
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The first letter of the word is moved one step backward, while the two middle letters are each moved one step forward to obtain the corresponding letters of the code.

Question 4 of 200
4. Question
1 pointsIn a certain code, FAVOUR is written as EBUPTS. How is DANGER written in that code?
Correct
The first, third and fifth letters are each moved one step backward, while second, fourth and sixth letters are each moved one step forward to obtain the corresponding letters of the code.
Incorrect
The first, third and fifth letters are each moved one step backward, while second, fourth and sixth letters are each moved one step forward to obtain the corresponding letters of the code.

Question 5 of 200
5. Question
1 pointsIf FISH is written as Â EHRG Â in a certain code, how would JUNGLE be written in that code?
Correct
Each letter in the word is moved one step backward to obtain the corresponding letter of the code.
Incorrect
Each letter in the word is moved one step backward to obtain the corresponding letter of the code.

Question 6 of 200
6. Question
1 pointsP,Q,R,S,T,V,W and Z are sitting around a circle facing the centre. T is third to the left of Z who is third to the left of P. S is third to the right of P and forth to the left of Q. R is second to the right of V.
Who is to the immediate right of p?
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W is the immediate right of p.

Question 7 of 200
7. Question
1 pointsP,Q,R,S,T,V,W and Z are sitting around a circle facing the centre. T is third to the left of Z who is third to the left of P. S is third to the right of P and forth to the left of Q. R is second to the right of V.
Who is second to the right of S?
Correct
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Z is second to the right of S.

Question 8 of 200
8. Question
1 pointsP,Q,R,S,T,V,W and Z are sitting around a circle facing the centre. T is third to the left of Z who is third to the left of P. S is third to the right of P and forth to the left of Q. R is second to the right of V.
Who is second to the right of Z?
Correct
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Q is second to the right of Z.

Question 9 of 200
9. Question
1 pointsP, Q, R, S, T, V, W and Z are sitting around a circle facing the centre. T is third to the left of Z who is third to the left of P. S is third to the right of P and forth to the left of Q. R is second to the right of V.
What is R's position with respect to T?
Correct
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R's position is fourth to the left with respect of T.

Question 10 of 200
10. Question
1 pointsP, Q, R, S, T, V, W and Z are sitting around a circle facing the centre. T is third to the left of Z who is third to the left of P. S is third to the right of P and forth to the left of Q. R is second to the right of V.
In which of the following pairs is the first person sittingÂ to the immediate right of the second person?
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VS (V is sitting immediate right of S)

Question 11 of 200
11. Question
1 pointsRead the following information carefully and answer the question that follow.
Six persons Arun, Mala, Vimla, Suresh, Ramesh and Varun are related to six different industries, viz. Chemicals, Rubber, Plastic, Oil, Hardware and Leather
but not necessarily in the same order. Each person wears a ring of different stones. Diamond, Emerald,Ruby, Gold, Sapphire and Topaz but not necessarily in the same order.
1. Arun wears ring of Topaz and Mala works in Plastic industry.
2. Varun does not wear Sapphire nor is related to Hardware industry.
3. Vimla has a ring of Diamond but she does not work in either Oil or Chemical industry.
4. Suresh works in Rubber industry but does not wear the ring of either Gold or Sapphire.
5. Ramesh works in Leather industry and wears ring ofÂ EmeraldArun is related with which of the following industries?
Correct
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Arun does works either chemical or oil industry.
person Industry Stone Arun Chemical/Oil Topaz Mala Plastic Sapphire Vimla Hardware Diamond Suresh Rubber Ruby Ramesh Leather Emerald Varun Chemical/Oil Gold 
Question 12 of 200
12. Question
1 pointsRead the following information carefully and answer the question that follow.
Six persons Arun, Mala, Vimla, Suresh, Ramesh and Varun are related to six different industries, viz. Chemicals, Rubber, Plastic, Oil, Hardware and Leather
but not necessarily in the same order. Each person wears a ring of different stones. Diamond, Emerald,Ruby, Gold, Sapphire and Topaz but not necessarily in the same order.
1. Arun wears ring of Topaz and Mala works in Plastic industry.
2. Varun does not wear Sapphire nor is related to Hardware industry.
3. Vimla has a ring of Diamond but she does not work in either Oil or Chemical industry.
4. Suresh works in Rubber industry but does not wear the ring of either Gold or Sapphire.
5. Ramesh works in Leather industry and wears ring ofÂ EmeraldWhich one of the following stones does Varun wear?
Correct
Incorrect
Varun does wear gold.
person Industry Stone Arun Chemical/Oil Topaz Mala Plastic Sapphire Vimla Hardware Diamond Suresh Rubber Ruby Ramesh Leather Emerald Varun Chemical/Oil Gold 
Question 13 of 200
13. Question
1 pointsRead the following information carefully and answer the question that follow.
Seven students A, B, C, D, E, F and G from three different colleges X, Y and Z study different subjects viz., Psychology, Sociology, History, Geography, Economics,
Accountancy and English not necessarily in the same order. Atleast two students study in each college. D studies Psychology in college X with only F. B studies
English and E studies Geography but none of them studies in college Y. The one who studies Sociology studies in college Z. G studies Accountancy and C studies History.A studies in which of the following colleges?
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Student College Subject A Z Sociology B Z English C Y History D X Psychology E Z Geography F X Economics G Y Accountancy 
Question 14 of 200
14. Question
1 pointsRead the following information carefully and answer the question that follow.
Seven students A, B, C, D, E, F and G from three different colleges X, Y and Z study different subjects viz., Psychology, Sociology, History, Geography, Economics,
Accountancy and English not necessarily in the same order. Atleast two students study in each college. D studies Psychology in college X with only F. B studies
English and E studies Geography but none of them studies in college Y. The one who studies Sociology studies in college Z. G studies Accountancy and C studies History.Which of the following pair of students study in collegeÂ Y?
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Student College Subject A Z Sociology B Z English C Y History D X Psychology E Z Geography F X Economics G Y Accountancy 
Question 15 of 200
15. Question
1 pointsRead the following information carefully and answer the question that follow.
Seven students A, B, C, D, E, F and G from three different colleges X, Y and Z study different subjects viz., Psychology, Sociology, History, Geography, Economics,
Accountancy and English not necessarily in the same order. At least two students study in each college. D studies Psychology in college X with only F. B studies
English and E studies Geography but none of them studies in college Y. The one who studies Sociology studies in college Z. G studies Accountancy and C studies History.Who studies Sociology?
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Â
Student College Subject A Z Sociology B Z English C Y History D X Psychology E Z Geography F X Economics G Y Accountancy 
Question 16 of 200
16. Question
1 pointsRead the following information carefully and answer the question that follow.
Seven students A, B, C, D, E, F and G from three different colleges X, Y and Z study different subjects viz., Psychology, Sociology, History, Geography, Economics,
Accountancy and English not necessarily in the same order. At least two students study in each college. D studies Psychology in college X with only F. B studies
English and E studies Geography but none of them studies in college Y. The one who studies Sociology studies in college Z. G studies Accountancy and C studies History.Which subject is studied by F?
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Student College Subject A Z Sociology B Z English C Y History D X Psychology E Z Geography F X Economics G Y Accountancy 
Question 17 of 200
17. Question
1 pointsJ,D, L, H and F are each travelling to station, each one reaches at a different time. L reaches only after J and D reaches only before F. Who among them is third toÂ reach?
Correct
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J >L >H >D >F
Hence, H is third among them to reach the station.

Question 18 of 200
18. 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 19 of 200
19. 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?
Correct
Incorrect
 Â B  6th floor
 D  5th floor
 A  4th floor
 C  3rd floor
D lives on the fifth floor.

Question 20 of 200
20. 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
Incorrect
T>Q>R>P>S
Hence, R is third in height among them.

Question 21 of 200
21. 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?
Correct
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Fatima > Deepa > Geeta > ShilpaÂ and Deepa > Gayatri
Hence, we cannot determine the most junior amongÂ them.

Question 22 of 200
22. 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 23 of 200
23. Question
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Question 24 of 200
24. Question
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Question 25 of 200
25. Question
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Question 26 of 200
26. Question
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Question 27 of 200
27. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 28 of 200
28. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 29 of 200
29. 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 30 of 200
30. 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
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Second number is one less than the cube of the firstÂ number.

Question 31 of 200
31. 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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Incorrect
As, 'SEA', side is called'SHORE'. Similarly, 'ROAD' sideÂ is called'FOOTPATH'.

Question 32 of 200
32. 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.
Sunflower : Light
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Incorrect
As, 'Sunflower' moves towards 'light'. Similarly,''Scholar' moves towards' Books'.

Question 33 of 200
33. 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.
Work: Motive
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As, 'Motive' requires 'Work'. Similarly, 'Car' requiresÂ 'Petrol'.

Question 34 of 200
34. 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.
Mirror : Glass
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As, 'Mirrol is made from 'Glass'. Similarly, 'Shirt' isÂ made from'Cloth'.

Question 35 of 200
35. 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 36 of 200
36. Question
1 pointsConclusions
I. Some cottages being apartments is aÂ possibility.
II. No cottage is a hut.Correct
I. Some cottages being apartments is a possibility.(false)
II No cottage is a hut. (false)Incorrect
I. Some cottages being apartments is a possibility.(false)
II No cottage is a hut. (false) 
Question 37 of 200
37. Question
1 points"One of the main reasons behind the lack of applicants forÂ teachers' training/degree programmes is that teachersÂ have not experienced any improvement in workingÂ conditions and their salaries have not kept pace withÂ salaries in other professions."
Which of the following can be inf'erred from the givenÂ paragraph?
Correct
From the given paragraph, the impact can be drawnÂ that In the years to come, the schools would face aÂ crunch in terms of availability of qualified teachers'.
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From the given paragraph, the impact can be drawnÂ that In the years to come, the schools would face aÂ crunch in terms of availability of qualified teachers'.

Question 38 of 200
38. Question
1 pointsGet more involved in our real world. Food inflation is aÂ fantastic way to teach our children mathematics. TryÂ having your child plot a graph of how incomes have grownÂ in India for different jobs between, say, 1950 and todayÂ (engineer, doctor, maid, driver). Have them plot how costsÂ have grown in the same period; it will be a fun exercise Â By the time they finish the exercise, not only will yourÂ children learn a lot, but likely you will realize too thatÂ while our incomes have zoomed 300 times in this period,salaries of maids have probably gone up only 50 times,and costs have gone up 100 times. Your maid still has aÂ sevenday week, with no paid vacation or casual leavesÂ And realizing just how lucky we are is often the first stepÂ towards serious philanthropy.
All the following can be inferred from the above exceptÂ for one :
Correct
From the given information, the statement cannot beÂ inferred that Though there are huge salaryÂ differences, for all the jobs/professions the increaseÂ has at least not been less than the rate of inflation overÂ a longer period of time.
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From the given information, the statement cannot beÂ inferred that Though there are huge salaryÂ differences, for all the jobs/professions the increaseÂ has at least not been less than the rate of inflation overÂ a longer period of time.

Question 39 of 200
39. Question
1 pointsIf 'A x B' means 'A is father of B"
If 'A + B' means 'A is wife of B:.
If 'A B' means A is daughter oF B'.
If 'A  B' means 'A is son of B'.
How is L related to Q in the expression'LM x O PQ'?Correct
it is clear that L isÂ granddaughter of Q.
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it is clear that L isÂ granddaughter of Q.

Question 40 of 200
40. Question
1 pointsWhat will come in the place of the question mark, toÂ establish that Q is the nephew of T in the expression 'Q ? RS x T'?
Correct
it is clear that Q is the nephewÂ of T.
Incorrect
it is clear that Q is the nephewÂ of T.

Question 41 of 200
41. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following relations are true based upon theÂ relations given in the equation : 'A B x C + D E'?
Correct
none is true.
Incorrect
none is true.

Question 42 of 200
42. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following symbols should replace theÂ question mark in the given expression in order to makeÂ the expressions 'I > L' as well as 'M > K' definitely true?
I>JK?LN=M
Correct
On putting sign (=) in place Â of question mark (?) Â Â Â Â I > j K =L N=M
MEANS I > L
and MKIncorrect
On putting sign (=) in place Â of question mark (?) Â Â Â Â I > j K =L N=M
MEANS I > L
and MK 
Question 43 of 200
43. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following symbols should be placed in theÂ blank spaces respectively (in the same order from left toÂ right) in order to complete the given expression in such aÂ manner that 'S > P' definitely holds true but 'S = P' does not hold true?
P_Q_R _S
Correct
On putting sign [<,, ) in place of blank spaces Â PQRS
MEANS Â Â S>P Â Â Â and S =P
Incorrect
On putting sign [<,, ) in place of blank spaces Â PQRS
MEANS Â Â S>P Â Â Â and S =P

Question 44 of 200
44. Question
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Question 45 of 200
45. Question
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Question 46 of 200
46. Question
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Question 47 of 200
47. Question
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Question 48 of 200
48. Question
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Question 49 of 200
49. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 50 of 200
50. Question
1 pointsCorrect
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Question 51 of 200
51. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of Â question mark (?) in the following questions?
83.0466.46 11.71=?
Correct
? = 83,04  66.46  11.71
? =83.04(66.46 + 11.71)
?=83.0478.1,7
Â ?=4.87
Incorrect
? = 83,04  66.46  11.71
? =83.04(66.46 + 11.71)
?=83.0478.1,7
Â ?=4.87

Question 52 of 200
52. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of Â question mark (?) in the following questions?
= ?
Correct
?=
? =
? = 115.6
Incorrect
?=
? =
? = 115.6

Question 53 of 200
53. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place ofÂ Â question mark (?) in the following questions?
=?
Correct
?=
?=16
Incorrect
?=
?=16

Question 54 of 200
54. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
Correct
?=11
Incorrect
?=11

Question 55 of 200
55. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
14% of 255 + ? % of 405 = 124.8
Correct
14% of 255 + 2% of 405 = 124.8
=124.8
Incorrect
14% of 255 + 2% of 405 = 124.8
=124.8

Question 56 of 200
56. Question
1 pointsWhat approximate value shouldÂ Â come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions? (Note ; You are not expected to calculate theÂ exact value.)
=?
Correct
?=
?=529
?=530(Approx.)
Incorrect
?=
?=529
?=530(Approx.)

Question 57 of 200
57. Question
1 pointsWhat approximate value shouldÂ come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions? (Note ; You are not expected to calculate theÂ exact value.)
33.0003 % o f 509.999 = ?
Correct
? = 33.0003 % Â of 509.999
?=168.3
?=170(Approx.)
Incorrect
? = 33.0003 % Â of 509.999
?=168.3
?=170(Approx.)

Question 58 of 200
58. Question
1 pointsWhatÂ approximateÂ value shouldÂ come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions? (NoteÂ ; You are not expected to calculate theÂ exact value.)
1212.12 + 2121.21 + 1122.22 = ?
Correct
? = 1212.12+ 2121.21+ 1122.22
?=4455.55
?=4455(Approx.)
Incorrect
? = 1212.12+ 2121.21+ 1122.22
?=4455.55
?=4455(Approx.)

Question 59 of 200
59. Question
1 pointsWhatÂ approximateÂ value shouldÂ come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions? (NoteÂ ; You are not expected to calculate theÂ exact value.)
=?
Correct
?=
Incorrect
?=

Question 60 of 200
60. Question
1 pointsWhatÂ approximateÂ value shouldÂ come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions? (NoteÂ ; You are not expected to calculate theÂ exact value.)
=?
Correct
?=
(Approx)
Incorrect
?=
(Approx)

Question 61 of 200
61. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of Â question mark (?) in the following number series?
2.5 4 ? 10 14.5 20 26.5
Correct
The sequence ofthe series is:
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The sequence ofthe series is:

Question 62 of 200
62. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of Â question mark (?) in the following number series?
4 5 12 39 160 805?
Correct
The sequence of the series is:
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The sequence of the series is:

Question 63 of 200
63. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of Â question mark (?) in the following number series?
8 108 189 253 302 ? 363
Correct
The sequence of the series is
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The sequence of the series is

Question 64 of 200
64. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of Â question mark (?) in the following number series?
248 217 188 165 ? 129 116
Correct
The sequence of the series is:
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The sequence of the series is:

Question 65 of 200
65. Question
1 pointsWhat should come in place of Â question mark (?) in the following number series?
3 15 39 75 123 183 ?
Correct
The sequence of the series is
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The sequence of the series is

Question 66 of 200
66. Question
1 pointsWhat would be the cost of laying a carpet on a floor whichÂ has its length and breadth in the respective ratio of 32 :21Â and where its perimeter is 212 feet, if the cost per squareÂ foot of laying the carpet is Rs.2.5 ?
Correct
Let the length and breadth of a floor be 32 x respectively.
Given, perimetre of the floor = 212 feet
2 (32 x + 21 x) =212 feet
106 x=212 feet
= 2 feet
=2668 square feet
Hence,cost of laying carpet=
= Rs.6720.
Incorrect
Let the length and breadth of a floor be 32 x respectively.
Given, perimetre of the floor = 212 feet
2 (32 x + 21 x) =212 feet
106 x=212 feet
= 2 feet
=2668 square feet
Hence,cost of laying carpet=
= Rs.6720.

Question 67 of 200
67. Question
1 pointsThe simple interest accrued on an amount at the end ofÂ five years @ 1.2.5 p.c.p.a. is Rs. 1575. What is the amount?
Correct
Given, simple interest (SI) =Rs.1575
Time(t)=5 yr
Rate (r) = 12.5 Percent Per annum
Amount = ?
We know, simple interest
=
Â Amount Â =Rs.2520
Incorrect
Given, simple interest (SI) =Rs.1575
Time(t)=5 yr
Rate (r) = 12.5 Percent Per annum
Amount = ?
We know, simple interest
=
Â Amount Â =Rs.2520

Question 68 of 200
68. Question
1 pointsA 260 m long train crosses a platform thrice its length in 80 s. What is the speed of the train in km/h?
Correct
Length of the train = 260 m
Then, length of the platform=
=780 m
=0.78 km
Hence,speed=
=
=
=
=35.1 km/h
Incorrect
Length of the train = 260 m
Then, length of the platform=
=780 m
=0.78 km
Hence,speed=
=
=
=
=35.1 km/h

Question 69 of 200
69. Question
1 pointsIf the cost of 8 erasers and 5 sharpeners is Rs.31, what will be the cost of 24 erasers and 10 sharpeners?
Correct
We cannot determine the cost of 24 erasers and 10 sharpeners
Incorrect
We cannot determine the cost of 24 erasers and 10 sharpeners

Question 70 of 200
70. Question
1 pointsIn how many different ways can the letters of the word 'PRETTY'be arranged?
Correct
Number of ways=Â
=
=360
Incorrect
Number of ways=Â
=
=360

Question 71 of 200
71. Question
1 pointsA boat while travelling upstream covers a distance ofÂ 18 km at the speed of 3 km/h, whereas while travellingÂ downstream it covers the same distance at a speed of 9Â km/h. What is the speed of the boat in still water?
Correct
Boat"s Â speed in still water
= km/h
=6 km/h.
Incorrect
Boat"s Â speed in still water
= km/h
=6 km/h.

Question 72 of 200
72. Question
1 pointsWhat is the area of a circle whose circumference isÂ 132 cm?
Correct
Circumference of a circle = 132 cm
=132 cm
r=21 cm
Hence, area of circle=
=
=1386 sq cm.
Incorrect
Circumference of a circle = 132 cm
=132 cm
r=21 cm
Hence, area of circle=
=
=1386 sq cm.

Question 73 of 200
73. Question
1 pointsShreyas bought an article and sold it for 125%o of its costÂ price. What was the cost price of the article, if ShreyasÂ sold it for Rs. 30750?
Correct
Suppose the cost price of the article =Rs.x
Then,
Incorrect
Suppose the cost price of the article =Rs.x
Then,

Question 74 of 200
74. Question
1 pointsThe ages of Mira, Tina and Sania are in the ratio of 6 : 4 : 7Â respectively. If the sum of their ages is 34 yr, what isÂ Sania's age?
Correct
Let the ages of Mira, Tina and Sania be 6 x,4 x and 7 xÂ respectively.
Then, 6 x+4 x+7 x= 34
Â 17 x=34
x =2 yr
Hence, Sania's age=7 x
=
=14 yr.
Incorrect
Let the ages of Mira, Tina and Sania be 6 x,4 x and 7 xÂ respectively.
Then, 6 x+4 x+7 x= 34
Â 17 x=34
x =2 yr
Hence, Sania's age=7 x
=
=14 yr.

Question 75 of 200
75. Question
1 pointsA basket contains three red and four green balls. If fourÂ balls are drawn at random from the basket, what is theÂ probability that two are red and two are green?
Correct
Required probability=
=
=
=
Incorrect
Required probability=
=
=
=

Question 76 of 200
76. Question
1 pointsEach of the questions given belowÂ consists of a question and two statements numbered I and , ll given below it. You have to decide whether the dataÂ provided in the statements is sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and
What is the product of X and Y?
I.Y=X28
II.4212 =XCorrect
From both statements,
X= 42  12
X= 54
Y=54  28
= 82
Hence, product of Â X and Y=
=4428
Incorrect
From both statements,
X= 42  12
X= 54
Y=54  28
= 82
Hence, product of Â X and Y=
=4428

Question 77 of 200
77. Question
1 pointsEach of the questions given 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 is sufficient to answer the ) question. Read both the statements and
What is the rate of interest p.c.p.a.?
I. An amount doubles itself in five years at simpleÂ interest.
II. Simple interest of Rs. 1600 is obtained in two years onÂ an amount of Rs. 4000.Correct
From statement I,
Suppose principal amount = x
Then, amount = 2 x (in 5 yr)
Then, 2 x x =
From statements II,
1600=
Incorrect
From statement I,
Suppose principal amount = x
Then, amount = 2 x (in 5 yr)
Then, 2 x x =
From statements II,
1600=

Question 78 of 200
78. Question
1 pointsEach of the questions given belowÂ consists of a question and two statements numbered I and , II given below it. You have to decide whether the dataÂ provided in the statements is sufficient to answer the Â question. Read both the statements and
In how many hours can A alone complete the piece ofÂ work?
I. B alone can complete the piece of work in 28 h.
II. A, B and C together can complete the piece of work inÂ 18 h.Correct
Both statements are not sufficient to get the answer.
Incorrect
Both statements are not sufficient to get the answer.

Question 79 of 200
79. Question
1 pointsEach of the questions given belowÂ consists of a question and two statements numbered I and , II given below it. You have to decide whether the dataÂ provided in the statements is sufficient to answer the Â question. Read both the statements and
What will Anjali's age be 5 yr from now?
I. Anjali"s present age is twice Tosha's present age.
II. Tosha, who is half Anjali's present age, was 21 yr oldÂ 5 yr ago.Correct
From statement II,
Suppose Tosh's present age = x yr
Then, Anjali's present age = 2 x yr
Tosh"s present age,x=21+5
=26 yr.
So, Anjali"s present age=2 x
=
=52 yr.
Hence, Anjali"s age after 5 year from now
=52+5
=57 yr.
Incorrect
From statement II,
Suppose Tosh's present age = x yr
Then, Anjali's present age = 2 x yr
Tosh"s present age,x=21+5
=26 yr.
So, Anjali"s present age=2 x
=
=52 yr.
Hence, Anjali"s age after 5 year from now
=52+5
=57 yr.

Question 80 of 200
80. Question
1 pointsEach of the questions given belowÂ consists of a question and two statements numbered I and , II given below it. You have to decide whether the dataÂ provided in the statements is sufficient to answer the Â question. Read both the statements and
What is the perimetre of the square?
I. The measure of one of its sides is given.
II. The measure of its diagonal is given.Correct
Each statement data is sufficient to answer the
question.Incorrect
Each statement data is sufficient to answer the
question. 
Question 81 of 200
81. Question
1 pointsStudy the following pie chart andÂ Â table carefully to answer the questions :
DEPARTMENT NO. OF MALES Production 245 HR 12 IT 74 Marketing 165 Accounts 93 The number of Males working in the MarketingÂ department is what percent of the total number ofÂ employees working in that department? (Rounded off toÂ the nearest integer)
Correct
Total number of employees working in the marketing
department=
=192
Hence, required percentage=
=85.94%
=86%
Incorrect
Total number of employees working in the marketing
department=
=192
Hence, required percentage=
=85.94%
=86%

Question 82 of 200
82. Question
1 pointsStudy the following pie chart andÂ Â table carefully to answer the questions :
DEPARTMENT NO. OF MALES Production 245 HR 12 IT 74 Marketing 165 Accounts 93 What is the respective ratio between the number ofÂ Females working in the HR department and the totalÂ number of employees in that department?
Correct
Total number of employees working in the HR
department=
=40
Â Total number of Female employees working in the
HR department=4012
=28
Hence, required ratio=28 : 40
=7 : 10
Incorrect
Total number of employees working in the HR
department=
=40
Â Total number of Female employees working in the
HR department=4012
=28
Hence, required ratio=28 : 40
=7 : 10

Question 83 of 200
83. Question
1 pointsStudy the following pie chart andÂ Â table carefully to answer the questions :
DEPARTMENT NO. OF MALES Production 245 HR 12 IT 74 Marketing 165 Accounts 93 The number of Males working in the ProductionÂ department of the Organization forms what percent of theÂ total number of employees working in that department?
Correct
Total number of employees working in the Production
department=
=280
Hence,required percentage=
=87.5%
Incorrect
Total number of employees working in the Production
department=
=280
Hence,required percentage=
=87.5%

Question 84 of 200
84. Question
1 pointsStudy the following pie chart andÂ Â table carefully to answer the questions :
DEPARTMENT NO. OF MALES Production 245 HR 12 IT 74 Marketing 165 Accounts 93 The number of Females working in the IT departmentÂ forms what percent of the total number of employees inÂ the Organization from all departments together?
Correct
Total number of employees working in the IT
department=
=160
Â Total number of Female employees,working in the
IT department =16074
=86
Hence, required percentage=
=10.75%
Incorrect
Total number of employees working in the IT
department=
=160
Â Total number of Female employees,working in the
IT department =16074
=86
Hence, required percentage=
=10.75%

Question 85 of 200
85. Question
1 pointsStudy the following pie chart andÂ Â table carefully to answer the questions :
DEPARTMENT NO. OF MALES Production 245 HR 12 IT 74 Marketing 165 Accounts 93 What is the respective ratio of the number of MalesÂ working in the Marketing department to the number ofÂ Females working in that department?
Correct
Total number of employees working in the Marketing
department=
=192
Â Total number of Female employees working in theÂ Marketing department
=192195
=27
Hence, required ratio=165 : 27
=55 : 9
Incorrect
Total number of employees working in the Marketing
department=
=192
Â Total number of Female employees working in theÂ Marketing department
=192195
=27
Hence, required ratio=165 : 27
=55 : 9

Question 86 of 200
86. Question
1 pointsStudy the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow :
What is the total number of units manufactured byÂ Company C over all the years together?
Correct
Total number of units manufactured by company CÂ overall the years together
=
=
=1230
Incorrect
Total number of units manufactured by company CÂ overall the years together
=
=
=1230

Question 87 of 200
87. Question
1 pointsStudy the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow :
What is the approximate percent increase in the numberÂ of units soldby Company E in the year 2007 from theÂ previous Year?
Correct
Required increase percentage
=
=
=21.42%
=21%(Approx.)
Incorrect
Required increase percentage
=
=
=21.42%
=21%(Approx.)

Question 88 of 200
88. Question
1 pointsStudy the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow :
The number of units sold by Company D in the year 2006Â is what percent of the number of units manufactured by itÂ in that year? (rounded off to two digits after decimal)
Correct
Required Â percentage
=
=73.33%
Incorrect
Required Â percentage
=
=73.33%

Question 89 of 200
89. Question
1 pointsStudy the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow :
What is the respective ratio of total number of unitsÂ manufactured by Company A and B together in the yearÂ 2009 to those sold by them in the same year?
Correct
Total number of units manufactured by company A and B together in the year 2009
=
=
=340
Total number of units sold by company A and BÂ together in the year 2009
=
=
=170
Hence, required ratio =340 : 170
= 2 : 1
Incorrect
Total number of units manufactured by company A and B together in the year 2009
=
=
=340
Total number of units sold by company A and BÂ together in the year 2009
=
=
=170
Hence, required ratio =340 : 170
= 2 : 1

Question 90 of 200
90. Question
1 pointsStudy the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow:
What is the average number of units sold by Company DÂ over all the years together?
Correct
Required average numbers of units
=
=
=
=158
Incorrect
Required average numbers of units
=
=
=
=158

Question 91 of 200
91. Question
1 pointsStudy the following graphÂ carefully to answer the questions that follow:
What is the respective ratio of girls to boys in College T?Correct
Required respective ratio = 1500 Â : 4000
=3 : 8
Incorrect
Required respective ratio = 1500 Â : 4000
=3 : 8

Question 92 of 200
92. Question
1 pointsStudy the following graphÂ carefully to answer the questions that follow :
Number of boys in college S forms approximately whatÂ percent of number of boys in college Q?Correct
Required percentage
=
=128.57%
=128% (Approx.)
Incorrect
Required percentage
=
=128.57%
=128% (Approx.)

Question 93 of 200
93. Question
1 pointsStudy the following graphÂ carefully to answer the questions that follow Â :
Number of girls from college R forms what percent of theÂ total number of students from all the colleges together? (rounded off to two digits after decimal)Correct
Total number of girls from college R
= 1500Total number of students Â from all the colleges together
=(5500 + 2500)+ (3500 + 2000)+ (3000 + 1500)Â + (4500 + 2500) + (4000 + 1500)
= 8000 + 5500 + 4500 + 7000 + 5500
= 30500Hence, required percentage
=
=4.91%
Incorrect
Total number of girls from college R
= 1500Total number of students Â from all the colleges together
=(5500 + 2500)+ (3500 + 2000)+ (3000 + 1500)Â + (4500 + 2500) + (4000 + 1500)
= 8000 + 5500 + 4500 + 7000 + 5500
= 30500Hence, required percentage
=
=4.91%

Question 94 of 200
94. Question
1 pointsStudy the following graphÂ carefully to answer the questions that follow:
What is the average number of boys from all the colleges together?Correct
Average number of boys from all the colleges together
=
=
=4100
Incorrect
Average number of boys from all the colleges together
=
=
=4100

Question 95 of 200
95. Question
1 pointsStudy the following graph carefully to answer the questions follow:
What is the respective ratio of total number of studentsÂ from college S to the total number of students from college P ?Correct
Required ratio = 4500 Â : 5500
= 9 : 11Incorrect
Required ratio = 4500 Â : 5500
= 9 : 11 
Question 96 of 200
96. Question
1 pointsStudy the following tableÂ carefully to answer the questions that follow :
NOTE : Figures in brackets indicate maximum marks inÂ that subject.What are the totalÂ subjects together?
Correct
Total marks obtained by Â Satish in the subjects together
=
=108+88+34
= 230
Incorrect
Total marks obtained by Â Satish in the subjects together
=
=108+88+34
= 230

Question 97 of 200
97. Question
1 pointsStudy the following tableÂ carefully to answer the questions that follow :
NOTEÂ : Figures in brackets indicate maximum marks inÂ that subject.What are the average marks obtained by all the students inÂ Maths?
Correct
Average marks obtained by all the students in Maths
=
=
=
=123
Incorrect
Average marks obtained by all the students in Maths
=
=
=
=123

Question 98 of 200
98. Question
1 pointsStudy the following tableÂ carefully to answer the questions that follow :
NOTEÂ : Figures in brackets indicate maximum marks inÂ that subject.What is Miloni's overall percentage in the exam?
Correct
Mliloni's overall percentage in the exam
=
=
=
=87%
Incorrect
Mliloni's overall percentage in the exam
=
=
=
=87%

Question 99 of 200
99. Question
1 pointsStudy the following tableÂ carefully to answer the questions that follow :
NOTEÂ : Figures in brackets indicate maximum marks inÂ that subject.What is the respective ratio of marks obtained by Purab inÂ Science and English together to the marks obtained byÂ Rachana in the same subjects?
Correct
Total marks obtained by Purab in Science anti EnglishÂ together
=
=61+41
=102
Total marks obtained by Rachana in Science andÂ English together
=
=75+33
=108
Hence, respective ratio=102 : 108
= 17 : 18
Incorrect
Total marks obtained by Purab in Science anti EnglishÂ together
=
=61+41
=102
Total marks obtained by Rachana in Science andÂ English together
=
=75+33
=108
Hence, respective ratio=102 : 108
= 17 : 18

Question 100 of 200
100. Question
1 pointsStudy the following tableÂ carefully to answer the questions that follow :
NOTEÂ : Figures in brackets indicate maximum marks inÂ that subject.How many students have scored more than 80 percent inÂ more than one subject?
Correct
Two students (Miloni, Purab) have scored more thanÂ 80 percent in more than one subject.
Incorrect
Two students (Miloni, Purab) have scored more thanÂ 80 percent in more than one subject.

Question 101 of 200
101. Question
1 pointsWhich one of the following a 'Drama' must have?
Correct
Story
Incorrect
Story

Question 102 of 200
102. Question
1 pointsA boy is sitting at the back seat of a car. When the driver suddenly starts moving the car (in forward direction), the boy experiences a backward force?
Correct
When a car suddenly starts the lower part of the boy's body will be in the motion while his upper will be at rest. Hence he will always experience backward force:
Incorrect
When a car suddenly starts the lower part of the boy's body will be in the motion while his upper will be at rest. Hence he will always experience backward force:

Question 103 of 200
103. Question
1 pointsWhich one of the following is always found in 'Wonder'?
Correct
Astonishment
Incorrect
Astonishment

Question 104 of 200
104. Question
1 pointsDisclosure always involves
Correct
Secrets
Incorrect
Secrets

Question 105 of 200
105. Question
1 pointsA bulb always has
Correct
Filament
Incorrect
Filament

Question 106 of 200
106. Question
1 pointsA mirror always
Correct
Reflects
Incorrect
Reflects

Question 107 of 200
107. Question
1 pointsA lotus flower always has.
Correct
Petals
Incorrect
Petals

Question 108 of 200
108. Question
1 pointsIn India a widow can marry her brotherinlaw although a man cannot marry the sister of his dead wife:
Correct
As there is no such tradition hence this will happen sometimes.
Incorrect
As there is no such tradition hence this will happen sometimes.

Question 109 of 200
109. Question
1 pointsWhich one of the following is always found in 'Remedy of fault'?
Correct
Fault
Incorrect
Fault

Question 110 of 200
110. Question
1 pointsYesterday I saw an ice cube which had already melted due to heat of a nearby furnace.
Correct
Since the ice cube had already melted due to the heat of a nearby furnace so after this ice cannot remain as ice cube.
Incorrect
Since the ice cube had already melted due to the heat of a nearby furnace so after this ice cannot remain as ice cube.

Question 111 of 200
111. Question
1 pointsA song always has.
Correct
Word
Incorrect
Word

Question 112 of 200
112. Question
1 pointsMany people in ln