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## SBI PO FREE MOCK TEST- THREE

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- Question 1 of 100
##### 1. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (Q.1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:****Dance school****Total number of students enrolled in the school****Percentage of enrolled students who are learning Kathakali****Ratio of male to female students learning Kathakali**A 450 30 7 : 8 B 200 38 9 : 10 C 500 24 5 : 19 D 400 18 5 : 7 **What is the ratio of the total number of male students learning Kathakali in school A and D together to the total number of female students learning Kathakali in the same schools together?**CorrectReqd ratio = Kathakali (A+D) males/Kathakali (A+D) females

=

__450 x 30/100 x 7/15 + 400 x 18/100 x 5/12__450 x 30/100 x 8/15 + 400 x 18/100 x 7/12

=

__63+30__72+42

= 93/114 = 31/38 = 31 : 38

IncorrectReqd ratio = Kathakali (A+D) males/Kathakali (A+D) females

=

__450 x 30/100 x 7/15 + 400 x 18/100 x 5/12__450 x 30/100 x 8/15 + 400 x 18/100 x 7/12

=

__63+30__72+42

= 93/114 = 31/38 = 31 : 38

- Question 2 of 100
##### 2. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**Dance school****Total number of students enrolled in the school****Percentage of enrolled students who are learning Kathakali****Ratio of male to female students learning Kathakali**A 450 30 7 : 8 B 200 38 9 : 10 C 500 24 5 : 19 D 400 18 5 : 7 **In school B, out of the total number of students (both male and female ) learning Kathakali, 1/9 are below 15 years of age. If out of the total students who are below 15 years of age, 50% are females, then what is the number of female students learning Kathakali who are 15 years or above?**CorrectTotal number of students who are learning Kathakali in school B

= 200 x 38/100 = 76

Number of male students who are learning Kathakali = 76 x 9/19 = 36

Number of female students who are learning Kathakali = 76 x 10/19 = 40

Both male and females below 15 years = 76 x 1/19 = 4

Number of females below 15 years = 4 x 50/100 = 2

Number of female students learning Kathakali who are 15 years or above = 40 – 2 = 38

IncorrectTotal number of students who are learning Kathakali in school B

= 200 x 38/100 = 76

Number of male students who are learning Kathakali = 76 x 9/19 = 36

Number of female students who are learning Kathakali = 76 x 10/19 = 40

Both male and females below 15 years = 76 x 1/19 = 4

Number of females below 15 years = 4 x 50/100 = 2

Number of female students learning Kathakali who are 15 years or above = 40 – 2 = 38

- Question 3 of 100
##### 3. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**Dance school****Total number of students enrolled in the school****Percentage of enrolled students who are learning Kathakali****Ratio of male to female students learning Kathakali**A 450 30 7 : 8 B 200 38 9 : 10 C 500 24 5 : 19 D 400 18 5 : 7 **What is the difference between the total number of male students learning Kathakali in schools B and C together and the total number of female students learning the same in the same schools together?**CorrectTotal number of male students learning Kathakali in school B and C together = 200 x 38/100 x 9/19 + 500 x 24/100 x 5/24

= 36 + 25 = 61

Total number of female students learning Kathakali in school B and C together = 200 x 38/100 x 10/19 + 500 x 24/100 x 19/24

= 40 + 95 = 135

Reqd difference = 135 – 61 = 74

IncorrectTotal number of male students learning Kathakali in school B and C together = 200 x 38/100 x 9/19 + 500 x 24/100 x 5/24

= 36 + 25 = 61

Total number of female students learning Kathakali in school B and C together = 200 x 38/100 x 10/19 + 500 x 24/100 x 19/24

= 40 + 95 = 135

Reqd difference = 135 – 61 = 74

- Question 4 of 100
##### 4. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**Dance school****Total number of students enrolled in the school****Percentage of enrolled students who are learning Kathakali****Ratio of male to female students learning Kathakali**A 450 30 7 : 8 B 200 38 9 : 10 C 500 24 5 : 19 D 400 18 5 : 7 **What is the average number of students learning dance forms (other than Kathakali) in school A, B and C?**CorrectReqd average

=

__450 x 70/100 + 200 x 62/100 + 500×76/100__3

= 315+124+380/3 = 819/3 = 273

IncorrectReqd average

=

__450 x 70/100 + 200 x 62/100 + 500×76/100__3

= 315+124+380/3 = 819/3 = 273

- Question 5 of 100
##### 5. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**Dance school****Total number of students enrolled in the school****Percentage of enrolled students who are learning Kathakali****Ratio of male to female students learning Kathakali**A 450 30 7 : 8 B 200 38 9 : 10 C 500 24 5 : 19 D 400 18 5 : 7 **The number of students (both male and female) who are learning Kathakali in school B and D together is approximately what percent less than the number of students (both male and female) who are learning the same dance in school A and C together?**CorrectThe number of students (both male and female) who are learning Kathakali in school B and D together = 200 x 38/100 + 400 x 18/100 =76 + 72 = 148

The number of students (both males and females) who are learning Kathakali in school A and C together = 450 x 30/100 + 500×24/100 = 135 + 120 = 255

Difference = 255 – 148 = 107

Reqd % = 107/255 x 100 = 42

IncorrectThe number of students (both male and female) who are learning Kathakali in school B and D together = 200 x 38/100 + 400 x 18/100 =76 + 72 = 148

The number of students (both males and females) who are learning Kathakali in school A and C together = 450 x 30/100 + 500×24/100 = 135 + 120 = 255

Difference = 255 – 148 = 107

Reqd % = 107/255 x 100 = 42

- Question 6 of 100
##### 6. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (Q. 6-10) Refer to the bar graph and answer the given questions.****Data released to the number of applications received by University for Masters Program in two subjects (A & B) during five years**CorrectTotal number of International applications for subject A and B together in 2008

= 170×20/100 + 280 x 15/100 = 34 + 42 = 76

IncorrectTotal number of International applications for subject A and B together in 2008

= 170×20/100 + 280 x 15/100 = 34 + 42 = 76

- Question 7 of 100
##### 7. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**In 2010, out of the total number of applications received for subjects A and B together, only 40% were accepted. What was the total number of applications accepted for subjects A and B together in 2010?**CorrectTotal number of applications received for subject A and B together in 2010

= 270 + 160 = 430

Number of applications accepted for subjects A and B together in 2010

= 40 x 430/100 = 172

IncorrectTotal number of applications received for subject A and B together in 2010

= 270 + 160 = 430

Number of applications accepted for subjects A and B together in 2010

= 40 x 430/100 = 172

- Question 8 of 100
##### 8. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**The number of applications received for subject B increased by what percent from 2010 to 2011?**CorrectReqd % increase = 230-160/100 = 70/160 x 100 = 43.75%

IncorrectReqd % increase = 230-160/100 = 70/160 x 100 = 43.75%

- Question 9 of 100
##### 9. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**What is the average number of applications received for subject A in 2008, 2009 and 2011?**Correct170+180+340/3 = 690/3 = 230

Incorrect170+180+340/3 = 690/3 = 230

- Question 10 of 100
##### 10. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**. If the ratio of the total number of applications received for subjects A and B together in 2012 to that in 2013 is 4 : 5, then what was the total number of applications received for subjects A and B together in 2013?**CorrectTotal applications received for subject A and B together in 2012

= 200 + 320 = 520

Total applications received for subject A and B together in 2013

= 520 x 5/4 = 650

IncorrectTotal applications received for subject A and B together in 2012

= 200 + 320 = 520

Total applications received for subject A and B together in 2013

= 520 x 5/4 = 650

- Question 11 of 100
##### 11. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (Q. 11-15): What approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the given questions? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value)****619.002 – 134.99 ÷ 14.998 – (9.01)**^{2}= ?CorrectX = 620 – 135 ÷ 15 – (9)

^{2}= 620 – 90 = 530IncorrectX = 620 – 135 ÷ 15 – (9)

^{2}= 620 – 90 = 530 - Question 12 of 100
##### 12. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**439.97 ÷ 15.02 + 208.08 ÷ 8.01 – 16.01 = ?**Correct450 ÷ 15 + 208 ÷ 8 – 16 = 30 + 26 – 16 = 30 + 10 = 40

Incorrect450 ÷ 15 + 208 ÷ 8 – 16 = 30 + 26 – 16 = 30 + 10 = 40

- Question 13 of 100
##### 13. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**4**√^{?}x**226 = 245.998****÷ 8.001 + 929.99**Correct4

^{x}x 15 = 248 ÷ 8 + 930 = 9614

^{x}= 960/15 = 64 = 4^{3}Incorrect4

^{x}x 15 = 248 ÷ 8 + 930 = 9614

^{x}= 960/15 = 64 = 4^{3} - Question 14 of 100
##### 14. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**40% of 859 + 86.01 ÷ 7.99 = ?**Correct40 x860/100 + 86 ÷ 8 ≅ 344 + 11 = 355

Incorrect40 x860/100 + 86 ÷ 8 ≅ 344 + 11 = 355

- Question 15 of 100
##### 15. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**?% of (140.06 x 7.99 – 679.92) = 330.01**CorrectX x (140×8-680)/100 = 330

X x (1120 – 680)/100 = 330

X x 440 = 33000

X = 33000/440 = 75 ≅ 70

IncorrectX x (140×8-680)/100 = 330

X x (1120 – 680)/100 = 330

X x 440 = 33000

X = 33000/440 = 75 ≅ 70

- Question 16 of 100
##### 16. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**A started a business by investing 15000. Six months later, B joins him by investing 18000. After another six months, C joins them by investing 24000. At the end of two years they earn a profit of 13500. What is the share in B’s profit?**CorrectA’s share : B’s share : C’s share

= 15000 × 24 : 18000 × 18 : 24000 × 12 = 10 : 9 : 8

= 4500IncorrectA’s share : B’s share : C’s share

= 15000 × 24 : 18000 × 18 : 24000 × 12 = 10 : 9 : 8

= 4500 - Question 17 of 100
##### 17. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**Shyama invested Rs. P for 2 years in scheme A, which offered 11% pa simple interest. She also invested Rs. 600 + P in scheme B, which offered 20% compound interest (compounded annually) for 2 years. If the amount received from scheme A was less than that received from scheme B by Rs. 1216 then what is the value of P?**CorrectAmount received from scheme A = P + Px2x11/100 = 100P + 22P/100 = 122P/100

Amount received from scheme B = (P + 600) (1 + 20/100)

^{2}= (P + 600) (6/5)

^{2}= (P + 600) 36/25

= 36P/25 + 600×36/25 = 36P/25 + 864

Now, according to the question, 36P/25 + 864 – 122P/100 = 1216

= 36P/25 – 122P/100 = 1216 – 864

= 144P – 122P/100 = 352

= 22P = 352 x 100/22 = Rs. 1600.

IncorrectAmount received from scheme A = P + Px2x11/100 = 100P + 22P/100 = 122P/100

Amount received from scheme B = (P + 600) (1 + 20/100)

^{2}= (P + 600) (6/5)

^{2}= (P + 600) 36/25

= 36P/25 + 600×36/25 = 36P/25 + 864

Now, according to the question, 36P/25 + 864 – 122P/100 = 1216

= 36P/25 – 122P/100 = 1216 – 864

= 144P – 122P/100 = 352

= 22P = 352 x 100/22 = Rs. 1600.

- Question 18 of 100
##### 18. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**A vessel contains 180 litres of a mixture of milk and water in the ratio of 13 : 5. Fifty-four litres of this mixture was taken out and replaced with 6 litres of water. What is the approximate percentage of water in the resultant mixture?**CorrectTotal mixture = 180 litres

Nowm 54 litres mixture is taken out

Then the remaining mixture = 180 – 54 = 126 litres

Quantity of milk in the mixture = 126 x 13/18 = 91 litres

Quantity of water in the mixture = 126 x 5/18 = 35 litres

When 6 litres of water is replaced new mixture = 126 + 6 = 132 litres

In the new mixture quantity of water = 35 + 6 = 41 litres

Reqd% of water = 41/132 x 100 = 31%

IncorrectTotal mixture = 180 litres

Nowm 54 litres mixture is taken out

Then the remaining mixture = 180 – 54 = 126 litres

Quantity of milk in the mixture = 126 x 13/18 = 91 litres

Quantity of water in the mixture = 126 x 5/18 = 35 litres

When 6 litres of water is replaced new mixture = 126 + 6 = 132 litres

In the new mixture quantity of water = 35 + 6 = 41 litres

Reqd% of water = 41/132 x 100 = 31%

- Question 19 of 100
##### 19. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**A started a business with an investment of Rs. 28,000. After 5 months from the start of business, B and C joined with Rs. 24,000 and Rs. 32,000 respectively and A withdrew Rs. 8000 from the business. If the difference between A’s share and B’s share in the annual profit is Rs. 2,400, then what was the annual profit received?**CorrectRatio of the profit of A : B : C

= 28000 x 5 + 20000 x 7 : 24000 x 7 : 32000 x 7 = 140000 + 140000 : 168000 : 2224000

= 280 : 168 : 224 = 5 : 3 : 4

Let the total profit be 6x + 3x + 4x = 12x

Given 5x – 32 = 2400

2x = 2400

X = 1200

Now, total annual profit = 12x = 12 x 1200 = Rs. 14,400.

IncorrectRatio of the profit of A : B : C

= 28000 x 5 + 20000 x 7 : 24000 x 7 : 32000 x 7 = 140000 + 140000 : 168000 : 2224000

= 280 : 168 : 224 = 5 : 3 : 4

Let the total profit be 6x + 3x + 4x = 12x

Given 5x – 32 = 2400

2x = 2400

X = 1200

Now, total annual profit = 12x = 12 x 1200 = Rs. 14,400.

- Question 20 of 100
##### 20. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**At present, Akki is seven years younger than Binny. Binny’s age sixteen years hence will be equal to twice that of Akki two years ago. What will be the sum of their present ages?**CorrectLet Binny’s present age be x years.

Then, Akki’s age = (x – 7) years

16years hence Binny’s age = (x + 16) years

2 years ago, Akki’s age= x – 7 – 2 = (x – 9) years

Now, (x = 16) = 2(x – 9)

X + 16 = 2x – 18

X = 34 years

Hence Binny’s age = 34 years

Akki’s age = 34 – 7 =27 years

Sum of the present ages of Akki and Binny = 34 + 27 = 61 years.

IncorrectLet Binny’s present age be x years.

Then, Akki’s age = (x – 7) years

16years hence Binny’s age = (x + 16) years

2 years ago, Akki’s age= x – 7 – 2 = (x – 9) years

Now, (x = 16) = 2(x – 9)

X + 16 = 2x – 18

X = 34 years

Hence Binny’s age = 34 years

Akki’s age = 34 – 7 =27 years

Sum of the present ages of Akki and Binny = 34 + 27 = 61 years.

- Question 21 of 100
##### 21. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (Q. 21-25) What will come in place of question mare (?) in the given number series?****476 472 462 434 352 ?**CorrectThe series is -4, -10, -28, -82, -244,

476 – (3

^{1}+ 1) = 472, 472 – (3^{2}+ 1) = 462,462 – (3

^{3}+1)=434, 434-(3^{4}+1)=352, 352-(3^{5}+1)=108,….IncorrectThe series is -4, -10, -28, -82, -244,

476 – (3

^{1}+ 1) = 472, 472 – (3^{2}+ 1) = 462,462 – (3

^{3}+1)=434, 434-(3^{4}+1)=352, 352-(3^{5}+1)=108,…. - Question 22 of 100
##### 22. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**45000 1800 90 6 0.6 ?**CorrectThe series is ÷25, ÷20, ÷15, ÷10, ÷5, ….

45000 ÷ 25 = 1800, 1800 ÷ 20 = 0, 90 ÷ 15 = 6, 6 ÷ 10 = 0.6, 0.6 ÷ 5 = 0.12

IncorrectThe series is ÷25, ÷20, ÷15, ÷10, ÷5, ….

45000 ÷ 25 = 1800, 1800 ÷ 20 = 0, 90 ÷ 15 = 6, 6 ÷ 10 = 0.6, 0.6 ÷ 5 = 0.12

- Question 23 of 100
##### 23. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**9 8 14 39 152 ?**CorrectThe series is x1-1, x2-2, x3-3, x4-4, x5-5,…..

9×1-1 = 8, 8×2-2=14, 14×3-3=39, 39×4-4=152, 152×5-5=755,….

IncorrectThe series is x1-1, x2-2, x3-3, x4-4, x5-5,…..

9×1-1 = 8, 8×2-2=14, 14×3-3=39, 39×4-4=152, 152×5-5=755,….

- Question 24 of 100
##### 24. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**192 108 64 40 26 ?**CorrectThe series is ÷2+12, ÷2+10, ÷2 + 8, ÷2+6,….

192÷2+12=108, 108÷2+10=64, 64÷2+8=40, 40÷2+6=26, 26÷2+4=17,…..

IncorrectThe series is ÷2+12, ÷2+10, ÷2 + 8, ÷2+6,….

192÷2+12=108, 108÷2+10=64, 64÷2+8=40, 40÷2+6=26, 26÷2+4=17,…..

- Question 25 of 100
##### 25. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**18 8 7 9.5 18 ?**CorrectThe series is x0.5-1, x1-1, x1.5-1, x2-1, x2.5-1,…

18×0.5-1=8, 8×1-1=7, 7×1.5-1=9.5, 9.5×2-1=18, 18×2.5-1=44,…..

IncorrectThe series is x0.5-1, x1-1, x1.5-1, x2-1, x2.5-1,…

18×0.5-1=8, 8×1-1=7, 7×1.5-1=9.5, 9.5×2-1=18, 18×2.5-1=44,…..

- Question 26 of 100
##### 26. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**The percentage profit earned when an article is sold Rs. 546 is double the percentage profit earned when the same article is sold for Rs. 483. If the marked price of the article is 40% above the cost price, then what is the marked price of the article?**CorrectLet the cost price be x

Then, MP = x X 140/100 = 7x/5

According to the question, 546 – x = 2(483-x)

X = 966 – 546 = 420

MP = 7×420/5 = Rs. 588.

IncorrectLet the cost price be x

Then, MP = x X 140/100 = 7x/5

According to the question, 546 – x = 2(483-x)

X = 966 – 546 = 420

MP = 7×420/5 = Rs. 588.

- Question 27 of 100
##### 27. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**A number is such that when it is multiplied by ‘8’, it gives another number which is as much more than 153 as the original number itself is less than 153. What is 25% of the original number?**CorrectLet the original number be x

Then x x 8 = 153 + y ——– > (i)

Again, x = 153 – y ——– > (ii)

Solving (i) and (ii) we get

19x = 306

X = 34

Hence 25% of 34 = 34 x ¼ = 8.5

IncorrectLet the original number be x

Then x x 8 = 153 + y ——– > (i)

Again, x = 153 – y ——– > (ii)

Solving (i) and (ii) we get

19x = 306

X = 34

Hence 25% of 34 = 34 x ¼ = 8.5

- Question 28 of 100
##### 28. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**C is 40% less efficient than A. A and B together can finish a piece of work in 10days. B and C together can do it in 15 days. In how many days can A alone finish the same piece of work?**CorrectSuppose total work = 60 units

(A+B)’s one day work = 60/10 = 6 units

(B+C)’s one day work = 60/15 = 4 units

According to the question, C : A = 60 : 100

C : A = 3 : 5

C/A = 3/5

A = 5C/3

Again, A + B = 6 units —– > (i)

B + C = 4 units ——-à (ii)

Putting the value of A in equation (i), we get

5C/3 + B = 6unit

B+C = 4units

2C/3 = 2 units

C = 3units

Then A = 5C/3 = 5×3/3 = 5 units

Now, total work is 60 units

Then A alone can do the work in 60/5 = 12 days

IncorrectSuppose total work = 60 units

(A+B)’s one day work = 60/10 = 6 units

(B+C)’s one day work = 60/15 = 4 units

According to the question, C : A = 60 : 100

C : A = 3 : 5

C/A = 3/5

A = 5C/3

Again, A + B = 6 units —– > (i)

B + C = 4 units ——-à (ii)

Putting the value of A in equation (i), we get

5C/3 + B = 6unit

B+C = 4units

2C/3 = 2 units

C = 3units

Then A = 5C/3 = 5×3/3 = 5 units

Now, total work is 60 units

Then A alone can do the work in 60/5 = 12 days

- Question 29 of 100
##### 29. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**The ratio of the radii of two right circular cylinders (A and B) is 2 : 5. The ratio of the heights of cylinders A to B is 3 : 1. What is the ratio of the volumes of cylinders A to B?**CorrectLet the radius of cylinder A be 2x and that of cylinder B be 5x.

Now, height of cylinder A = 3y and height of cylinder B = y

Now, volume of cylinder A = Πr

^{2}h= 22/7 x (2x)

^{2}x 3y = 22/7 x 4x^{2}x 3y= 22/7 x 12x

^{2}yVolume of cylinder B = Πr

^{2}h= 22/7 x (5x)

^{2}x y = 22/7 x 25x^{2}yReqd ratio =

__22/7 x 12x__^{2}y22/7 x 25x

^{2}y= 12 : 25

IncorrectLet the radius of cylinder A be 2x and that of cylinder B be 5x.

Now, height of cylinder A = 3y and height of cylinder B = y

Now, volume of cylinder A = Πr

^{2}h= 22/7 x (2x)

^{2}x 3y = 22/7 x 4x^{2}x 3y= 22/7 x 12x

^{2}yVolume of cylinder B = Πr

^{2}h= 22/7 x (5x)

^{2}x y = 22/7 x 25x^{2}yReqd ratio =

__22/7 x 12x__^{2}y22/7 x 25x

^{2}y= 12 : 25

- Question 30 of 100
##### 30. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**P, Q and R invested Rs.45,000/-, Rs. 70, 000/- and Rs. 90,000/- respectively to start a business. At the end of two years, they earned a profit of Rs.1,64,000/-. What will be Q’s share in the profit ?**CorrectProfit sharing ratio of P,Q & R

= 45000 : 70000 : 90,000

= 45 : 70 : 90

= 9 : 14 : 18

Q’s share of profit after two year

=Rs.164000×14/41= Rs. 4000 ×14 = Rs. 56000

IncorrectProfit sharing ratio of P,Q & R

= 45000 : 70000 : 90,000

= 45 : 70 : 90

= 9 : 14 : 18

Q’s share of profit after two year

=Rs.164000×14/41= Rs. 4000 ×14 = Rs. 56000

- Question 31 of 100
##### 31. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (Q.31-35): In each question two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and mark the answer:****I. x**^{2}+ 18x + 72 =0 II. y^{2 }+ 6y + 8 = 0CorrectI. x² + 18x + 72 = 0

x² + 12x + 6x + 72 = 0

x(x+12) + 6(x+12) = 0

(x+6) (x+12) = 0

∴ x = -6, -12

II. y²+6y+8 = 0

y²+4y+2y+8=0

y(y+4) + 2(y+4)=0

(y+2) (y+4)=0

∴ y= -2,-4

Hence x<y

IncorrectI. x² + 18x + 72 = 0

x² + 12x + 6x + 72 = 0

x(x+12) + 6(x+12) = 0

(x+6) (x+12) = 0

∴ x = -6, -12

II. y²+6y+8 = 0

y²+4y+2y+8=0

y(y+4) + 2(y+4)=0

(y+2) (y+4)=0

∴ y= -2,-4

Hence x<y

- Question 32 of 100
##### 32. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**I. 8x**^{2}– 22x + 15 = 0 II. 3y^{2}– 13y + 14 = 0CorrectI. 8x²-22x+15=0

8x²-12x-10x+15=0

4x(2x-3) – 5(2x-3)=0

(4x-5) (2x-3) = 0

∴ x = 5/4, 3/2

II. 3y²-13y+14=0

3y²-13y+14=0

3y(y-2) – 7(y-2)=0

(3y-7) (y-2)=0

∴ y = 7/3, 2

Hence x<y

IncorrectI. 8x²-22x+15=0

8x²-12x-10x+15=0

4x(2x-3) – 5(2x-3)=0

(4x-5) (2x-3) = 0

∴ x = 5/4, 3/2

II. 3y²-13y+14=0

3y²-13y+14=0

3y(y-2) – 7(y-2)=0

(3y-7) (y-2)=0

∴ y = 7/3, 2

Hence x<y

- Question 33 of 100
##### 33. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**I. 9x**^{2}– 26x + 16 = 0 II. 3y^{2}-16y + 20 = 0Correct9x

^{2}-26x+16=09x

^{2}-18x-8x+16=09x(x-2) – 8(x-2) = 0

(9x-8) (x-2) = 0

∴ x = 8/9, 2

II. 3y²-16y+20=0

3y²-6y-10y+20 = 0

3y(y-2) – 10(y-2) = 0

(3y-10) (y-2)=0

∴ y = 2, 10/3

Hence x≤y.

Incorrect9x

^{2}-26x+16=09x

^{2}-18x-8x+16=09x(x-2) – 8(x-2) = 0

(9x-8) (x-2) = 0

∴ x = 8/9, 2

II. 3y²-16y+20=0

3y²-6y-10y+20 = 0

3y(y-2) – 10(y-2) = 0

(3y-10) (y-2)=0

∴ y = 2, 10/3

Hence x≤y.

- Question 34 of 100
##### 34. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**I. 10x**^{2}– 17x + 7 = 0 II. 15y^{2}– 19y + 6 =0CorrectI. 10x²-17x+7=0

10x²-10x-7x+7=0

10(x-1) – 7(x-1)=0

(10x-7) (x-1)=0

∴ x = 7/10, 1

II. 15y²-19y+6=0

15y²-10y-9y+6=0

5y(3y-2) – 3(3y-2) = 0

(5y-3) (3y-2)=0

∴ y = 3/5, 2/3

Hence x>y.

IncorrectI. 10x²-17x+7=0

10x²-10x-7x+7=0

10(x-1) – 7(x-1)=0

(10x-7) (x-1)=0

∴ x = 7/10, 1

II. 15y²-19y+6=0

15y²-10y-9y+6=0

5y(3y-2) – 3(3y-2) = 0

(5y-3) (3y-2)=0

∴ y = 3/5, 2/3

Hence x>y.

- Question 35 of 100
##### 35. Question

Category: Quantitative Aptitude**I. 12x**^{2}+ 19x + 5 = 0 II. 5y^{2}+ 16y + 3 = 0CorrectI. 12x²+19x+5=0

12x²+4x+15x+5=0

4x(3x+1) + 5(3x+1) =0

(4x+5) (3x+1)=0

∴ x= -5/4, -1/3

II. 5y²+16y+3=0

5y²+15y+y+3=0

5y(y+3) + 1(y+3)=0

(5y+1) (y+3)=0

∴ y = -1/5, -3.

Hence no relationship can be established.

IncorrectI. 12x²+19x+5=0

12x²+4x+15x+5=0

4x(3x+1) + 5(3x+1) =0

(4x+5) (3x+1)=0

∴ x= -5/4, -1/3

II. 5y²+16y+3=0

5y²+15y+y+3=0

5y(y+3) + 1(y+3)=0

(5y+1) (y+3)=0

∴ y = -1/5, -3.

Hence no relationship can be established.

- Question 36 of 100
##### 36. Question

Category: English**Directions (36-41) In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. The numbers are printed below the passage and against each, six words are suggested , one of which fits the blank appropriately , Find out the appropriate words-****“Between the year 1946 and the year 1955, I did not file any income tax returns”. With that (36) statement, Ramesh embarked on an account of his encounter with the Income Tax Department. I originally owed Rs.20, 000 in unpaid taxes. With (37) and (38) ,the 20,00 became 60,000 .The Income Tax Department then went into action, and I learned firsthand, just now much power the Tax Department wields, Royalties and trust funds can be (39) automobiles may be (40) and auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the (41), until the case is settled”.****_____**CorrectIncorrect - Question 37 of 100
##### 37. Question

Category: English**“Between the year 1946 and the year 1955, I did not file any income tax returns”. With that (36) statement, Ramesh embarked on an account of his encounter with the Income Tax Department. I originally owed Rs.20, 000 in unpaid taxes. With (37) and (38) ,the 20,00 became 60,000 .The Income Tax Department then went into action, and I learned firsthand, just now much power the Tax Department wields, Royalties and trust funds can be (39) automobiles may be (40) and auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the (41), until the case is settled”.**________

CorrectIncorrect - Question 38 of 100
##### 38. Question

Category: English**“Between the year 1946 and the year 1955, I did not file any income tax returns”. With that (36) statement, Ramesh embarked on an account of his encounter with the Income Tax Department. I originally owed Rs.20, 000 in unpaid taxes. With (37) and (38) ,the 20,00 became 60,000 .The Income Tax Department then went into action, and I learned firsthand, just now much power the Tax Department wields, Royalties and trust funds can be (39) automobiles may be (40) and auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the (41), until the case is settled”.**___________

CorrectIncorrect - Question 39 of 100
##### 39. Question

Category: English—————

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##### 40. Question

Category: English_________

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##### 41. Question

Category: English__________

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##### 42. Question

Category: English**Directions (42-47) Find the error in the following sentence**._______________

CorrectWrite ‘a’ before ‘good part’

IncorrectWrite ‘a’ before ‘good part’

- Question 43 of 100
##### 43. Question

Category: English____________

CorrectReplace ‘grown’ with ‘growing’

IncorrectReplace ‘grown’ with ‘growing’

- Question 44 of 100
##### 44. Question

Category: English________

CorrectReplace ‘getting up’ with ‘gets up’

IncorrectReplace ‘getting up’ with ‘gets up’

- Question 45 of 100
##### 45. Question

Category: English____________

Correctwrite ‘himself after introduced’

Incorrectwrite ‘himself after introduced’

- Question 46 of 100
##### 46. Question

Category: English____________

CorrectReplace ‘admit’ with ‘admits of’

IncorrectReplace ‘admit’ with ‘admits of’

- Question 47 of 100
##### 47. Question

Category: English____________

CorrectReplace ‘decline of ‘ with ‘decline in’

IncorrectReplace ‘decline of ‘ with ‘decline in’

- Question 48 of 100
##### 48. Question

Category: English**Directions (48-51) Fill in the blanks following sentence.****Into the limited space given to him , a headline writer must compress the __________ of the news and he must do it without________.**CorrectIncorrect - Question 49 of 100
##### 49. Question

Category: English**Transforming____________ bureaucracies into dynamic ,this task of customer -driven organisations is____________ under prevailing circumstances**.CorrectIncorrect - Question 50 of 100
##### 50. Question

Category: English**______________ members of a group often___________ influence the outcome of a consensus forecast.**CorrectIncorrect - Question 51 of 100
##### 51. Question

Category: English**We ________him with many promise,but nothing would _________him.**CorrectIncorrect - Question 52 of 100
##### 52. Question

Category: English**Directions (52-59) Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.Certain words are given <strong>bold</strong> to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.****The Central government‟s framework for 20 cities to become „smart‟ over a five-year period can cover new ground if it makes intelligent use of information technology to deliver better civic services. Rapid and poorly regulated urbanization has overwhelmed urban governments, rendering them incapable of providing even basic services such as clean water, sewerage, pedestrian-friendly roads, public transport, uninterrupted power, street lighting, parks and recreational spaces. So weak and uncoordinated is governance that commercial entities have wilfully violated building regulations and put up unauthorised structures — with severe impact on congestion, air quality and flood management — and governments have gladly regularised the violations later. The smart city plan now proposes to intervene and bring some order by upgrading the physical infrastructure in select enclaves, and incentivising the use of information and communication technologies. Urban Development Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu has come up with a generalised definition of a smart Indian city as one that “enables a decent life to the citizens, and green and sustainable environment, besides enabling adoption of smart solutions”, but the exercise should lead to measurable outcomes. The first batch of smart cities would create virtually new business districts in several cities, marking a departure from the disaggregated urban development witnessed over the past few decades. This area-based development approach makes it imperative that the resulting demand for mobility to and from the „smart‟ area be made an integral part of the plan, with an emphasis on walk ability, use of non-motorised transport and access to public transport. Ahmedabad and Bhubaneswar have shown high ambition by opting for a common travel card. Others such as Indore, Davangere and Belagavi plan Intelligent Transport Solutions, something that has been unattainable for even a big metro such as Chennai. Although it enjoys high visibility, the smart city programme is merely a framework for urban development aided by the Centre with a small initial seed fund of Rs.500 crore, while additional finances have to come from public-private partnerships and local revenue. State governments, including those left out of the first list, could unlock the potential of all cities with development policies that aim at structural change. Improved public transport, for instance, has an immediate positive impact on the local economy. Technologies such as GPS to inform passengers in real time on their mobile phones, and common ticketing, increase the efficiency of transport use. Universal design in public buildings and streets would help all people, including those with disabilities. The challenge for Smart Cities 1.0 is to provide proof of concept quickly and make outcomes sustainable. Care also needs to be taken that the effect is not to create gated communities of best practices and civic upgrade in a wider landscape of urban distress. It is crucial that these urban enclaves cater to the housing, health, education and recreation needs of a wide cross section of society, and that the convergence of the Smart Cities programme with existing urban renewal projects countrywide be smooth.****Which city is finding it difficult to implement Intelligent Transport system?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 53 of 100
##### 53. Question

Category: English**Directions (52-59) Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.Certain words are given <strong>bold</strong> to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.****The Central government‟s framework for 20 cities to become „smart‟ over a five-year period can cover new ground if it makes intelligent use of information technology to deliver better civic services. Rapid and poorly regulated urbanization has overwhelmed urban governments, rendering them incapable of providing even basic services such as clean water, sewerage, pedestrian-friendly roads, public transport, uninterrupted power, street lighting, parks and recreational spaces. So weak and uncoordinated is governance that commercial entities have wilfully violated building regulations and put up unauthorised structures — with severe impact on congestion, air quality and flood management — and governments have gladly regularised the violations later. The smart city plan now proposes to intervene and bring some order by upgrading the physical infrastructure in select enclaves, and incentivising the use of information and communication technologies. Urban Development Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu has come up with a generalised definition of a smart Indian city as one that “enables a decent life to the citizens, and green and sustainable environment, besides enabling adoption of smart solutions”, but the exercise should lead to measurable outcomes. The first batch of smart cities would create virtually new business districts in several cities, marking a departure from the disaggregated urban development witnessed over the past few decades. This area-based development approach makes it imperative that the resulting demand for mobility to and from the „smart‟ area be made an integral part of the plan, with an emphasis on walk ability, use of non-motorised transport and access to public transport. Ahmedabad and Bhubaneswar have shown high ambition by opting for a common travel card. Others such as Indore, Davangere and Belagavi plan Intelligent Transport Solutions, something that has been unattainable for even a big metro such as Chennai. Although it enjoys high visibility, the smart city programme is merely a framework for urban development aided by the Centre with a small initial seed fund of Rs.500 crore, while additional finances have to come from public-private partnerships and local revenue. State governments, including those left out of the first list, could unlock the potential of all cities with development policies that aim at structural change. Improved public transport, for instance, has an immediate positive impact on the local economy. Technologies such as GPS to inform passengers in real time on their mobile phones, and common ticketing, increase the efficiency of transport use. Universal design in public buildings and streets would help all people, including those with disabilities. The challenge for Smart Cities 1.0 is to provide proof of concept quickly and make outcomes sustainable. Care also needs to be taken that the effect is not to create gated communities of best practices and civic upgrade in a wider landscape of urban distress. It is crucial that these urban enclaves cater to the housing, health, education and recreation needs of a wide cross section of society, and that the convergence of the Smart Cities programme with existing urban renewal projects countrywide be smooth.****What is the appropriate title for the passage?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 54 of 100
##### 54. Question

Category: English**Directions (52-59) Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.Certain words are given <strong>bold</strong> to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.****The Central government‟s framework for 20 cities to become „smart‟ over a five-year period can cover new ground if it makes intelligent use of information technology to deliver better civic services. Rapid and poorly regulated urbanization has overwhelmed urban governments, rendering them incapable of providing even basic services such as clean water, sewerage, pedestrian-friendly roads, public transport, uninterrupted power, street lighting, parks and recreational spaces. So weak and uncoordinated is governance that commercial entities have wilfully violated building regulations and put up unauthorised structures — with severe impact on congestion, air quality and flood management — and governments have gladly regularised the violations later. The smart city plan now proposes to intervene and bring some order by upgrading the physical infrastructure in select enclaves, and incentivising the use of information and communication technologies. Urban Development Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu has come up with a generalised definition of a smart Indian city as one that “enables a decent life to the citizens, and green and sustainable environment, besides enabling adoption of smart solutions”, but the exercise should lead to measurable outcomes. The first batch of smart cities would create virtually new business districts in several cities, marking a departure from the disaggregated urban development witnessed over the past few decades. This area-based development approach makes it imperative that the resulting demand for mobility to and from the „smart‟ area be made an integral part of the plan, with an emphasis on walk ability, use of non-motorised transport and access to public transport. Ahmedabad and Bhubaneswar have shown high ambition by opting for a common travel card. Others such as Indore, Davangere and Belagavi plan Intelligent Transport Solutions, something that has been unattainable for even a big metro such as Chennai. Although it enjoys high visibility, the smart city programme is merely a framework for urban development aided by the Centre with a small initial seed fund of Rs.500 crore, while additional finances have to come from public-private partnerships and local revenue. State governments, including those left out of the first list, could unlock the potential of all cities with development policies that aim at structural change. Improved public transport, for instance, has an immediate positive impact on the local economy. Technologies such as GPS to inform passengers in real time on their mobile phones, and common ticketing, increase the efficiency of transport use. Universal design in public buildings and streets would help all people, including those with disabilities. The challenge for Smart Cities 1.0 is to provide proof of concept quickly and make outcomes sustainable. Care also needs to be taken that the effect is not to create gated communities of best practices and civic upgrade in a wider landscape of urban distress. It is crucial that these urban enclaves cater to the housing, health, education and recreation needs of a wide cross section of society, and that the convergence of the Smart Cities programme with existing urban renewal projects countrywide be smooth.****What is the generalized definition of Smart City?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 55 of 100
##### 55. Question

Category: English**Directions (Q. 55-56): Choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the word printed in bold as used in the passage.****Imperative**CorrectIncorrect - Question 56 of 100
##### 56. Question

Category: English**Rendering**CorrectIncorrect - Question 57 of 100
##### 57. Question

Category: English**Directions (Q. 57-58): Choose the word which is most similar in meaning to the word printed in bold as used in the passage.****Sustainable**CorrectIncorrect - Question 58 of 100
##### 58. Question

Category: English**Urbanization**CorrectIncorrect - Question 59 of 100
##### 59. Question

Category: English**Which of the following is not true from the passage?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 60 of 100
##### 60. Question

Category: English**Directions (60-65) Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D),(E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them—****A. The history of mammals dates back at least to Triassic time.****B. Miocene and Pliocene time was marked by culmination of several groups and continued approach towards modern characters.****C. Development was retarded, however, until the sudden acceleration of evolutional change that occurred in the oldest Paleocene.****D. In the Oligocene Epoch, there was further improvement, with appearance of some new lines and extinction of theories.****E. The peak of the career of mammals in variety and average large size was attained in this epoch.****F. This led to Eocene time to increase in average size, larger mental capacity, and special adaptations for different modes of life.****Which of the following should be FIRST sentence?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 61 of 100
##### 61. Question

Category: English**A. The history of mammals dates back at least to Triassic time.****B. Miocene and Pliocene time was marked by culmination of several groups and continued approach towards modern characters.****C. Development was retarded, however, until the sudden acceleration of evolutional change that occurred in the oldest Paleocene.****D. In the Oligocene Epoch, there was further improvement, with appearance of some new lines and extinction of theories.****E. The peak of the career of mammals in variety and average large size was attained in this epoch.****F. This led to Eocene time to increase in average size, larger mental capacity, and special adaptations for different modes of life.****Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 62 of 100
##### 62. Question

Category: English**A. The history of mammals dates back at least to Triassic time.****B. Miocene and Pliocene time was marked by culmination of several groups and continued approach towards modern characters.****C. Development was retarded, however, until the sudden acceleration of evolutional change that occurred in the oldest Paleocene.****D. In the Oligocene Epoch, there was further improvement, with appearance of some new lines and extinction of theories.****E. The peak of the career of mammals in variety and average large size was attained in this epoch.****F. This led to Eocene time to increase in average size, larger mental capacity, and special adaptations for different modes of life.****Which of the following should be FIFTH sentence?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 63 of 100
##### 63. Question

Category: English**A. The history of mammals dates back at least to Triassic time.****E. The peak of the career of mammals in variety and average large size was attained in this epoch.****Which of the following should be the LAST sentence?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 64 of 100
##### 64. Question

Category: English**A. The history of mammals dates back at least to Triassic time.****E. The peak of the career of mammals in variety and average large size was attained in this epoch.****Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 65 of 100
##### 65. Question

Category: English**A. The history of mammals dates back at least to Triassic time.****E. The peak of the career of mammals in variety and average large size was attained in this epoch.****The proper sequence should be-**CorrectIncorrect - Question 66 of 100
##### 66. Question

Category: Reasoning**Directions (Q. 66-70):****In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark answer.****Statements: P>=T<=Q=S, L>=T , Q <=N****Conclusions: I) L >= P, II) T<=N**CorrectIncorrect - Question 67 of 100
##### 67. Question

Category: Reasoning**Statements: T < L < T <= A , C <=A , M > P = L****Conclusions: I) M > T, II) C < A**CorrectIncorrect - Question 68 of 100
##### 68. Question

Category: Reasoning**Statements: S < T <= X = Z >Q >= L****Conclusions: I) S >= Z , II) Z <=L**CorrectIncorrect - Question 69 of 100
##### 69. Question

Category: Reasoning**Statements: L=S=T>=D=F<P , Y=N=<=F, R =G>Z>=T****Conclusions: I) R >L , II) L>= Y**CorrectIncorrect - Question 70 of 100
##### 70. Question

Category: Reasoning**Statements: J<= B <C <A =E >=N****Conclusions: I) J <A , ii) E >B**CorrectIncorrect - Question 71 of 100
##### 71. Question

Category: Reasoning**Directions (Q.71-75):****Study the given information carefully to answer the given question.****X, Y, Z, A, B, C and D are seven different boxes of different colours i.e. Brown, Orange, Silver, Pink, Yellow, White and Green but not necessarily in the same order.****Box which is of Brown colour is immediately above X. There are only two box between A and the box which is of Brown colour. Box which is of Silver colour is above A but not immediately above A. Only three box are between Z and the box which is of Silver colour. The box which is of Green colour is immediately above Z. The box which is of Pink colour is immediately above the box D. Only one box is there between Y and B. Box Y is above B. Neither box Y nor X is of Yellow colour. X is not of orange colour.****How many box is/are there between A and D?**CorrectBoxes Colours C **Silver**Y **Orange**A **Yellow**B **Green**Z **Pink**D **Brown**X **White**IncorrectBoxes Colours C **Silver**Y **Orange**A **Yellow**B **Green**Z **Pink**D **Brown**X **White** - Question 72 of 100
##### 72. Question

Category: Reasoning**Silver, Pink, Yellow, White and Green but not necessarily in the same order.****Box which is of Brown colour is immediately above X. There are only two box between A and the box which is of Brown colour. Box which is of Silver colour is above A but not immediately above A. Only three box are between Z and the box which is of Silver colour. The box which is of Green colour is immediately above Z. The box which is of Pink colour is immediately above the box D. Only one box is there between Y and B. Box Y is above B. Neither box Y nor X is of Yellow colour. X is not of orange colour.****What is the colour of ‘C’?**CorrectBoxes Colours C **Silver**Y **Orange**A **Yellow**B **Green**Z **Pink**D **Brown**X **White**IncorrectBoxes Colours C **Silver**Y **Orange**A **Yellow**B **Green**Z **Pink**D **Brown**X **White** - Question 73 of 100
##### 73. Question

Category: Reasoning**Silver, Pink, Yellow, White and Green but not necessarily in the same order.****Box which is of Brown colour is immediately above X. There are only two box between A and the box which is of Brown colour. Box which is of Silver colour is above A but not immediately above A. Only three box are between Z and the box which is of Silver colour. The box which is of Green colour is immediately above Z. The box which is of Pink colour is immediately above the box D. Only one box is there between Y and B. Box Y is above B. Neither box Y nor X is of Yellow colour. X is not of orange colour.****Find the pair of colour and boxes which is not correct?**CorrectBoxes Colours C **Silver**Y **Orange**A **Yellow**B **Green**Z **Pink**D **Brown**X **White**IncorrectBoxes Colours C **Silver**Y **Orange**A **Yellow**B **Green**Z **Pink**D **Brown**X **White** - Question 74 of 100
##### 74. Question

Category: Reasoning**X, Y, Z, A, B, C and D are seven different boxes of different colours i.e. Brown, Orange, Silver, Pink, Yellow, White and Green but not necessarily in the same order.****Which of the following condition is correct regarding yellow colour with respect to B?**CorrectBoxes Colours C **Silver**Y **Orange**A **Yellow**B **Green**Z **Pink**D **Brown**X **White**IncorrectBoxes Colours C **Silver**Y **Orange**A **Yellow**B **Green**Z **Pink**D **Brown**X **White** - Question 75 of 100
##### 75. Question

Category: Reasoning**X, Y, Z, A, B, C and D are seven different boxes of different colours i.e. Brown, Orange, Silver, Pink, Yellow, White and Green but not necessarily in the same order.****Which of the following colour is belong to ‘D’?**CorrectBoxes Colours C **Silver**Y **Orange**A **Yellow**B **Green**Z **Pink**D **Brown**X **White**IncorrectBoxes Colours C **Silver**Y **Orange**A **Yellow**B **Green**Z **Pink**D **Brown**X **White** - Question 76 of 100
##### 76. Question

Category: Reasoning**L is M`s sister. N is M`s mother. O is N`s father. P is O`s mother. Then, how is L related to O ?**CorrectL is the sister of M and M is the daughter of N.

So, L is the daughter of N. Also, O is the father of N.

So, L is the grand daughter of O.IncorrectL is the sister of M and M is the daughter of N.

So, L is the daughter of N. Also, O is the father of N.

So, L is the grand daughter of O. - Question 77 of 100
##### 77. Question

Category: Reasoning**Raju is brother of Abhi . Neha is sister of Raj. Abhi is son of Neha. How is Raju related to Neha ?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 78 of 100
##### 78. Question

Category: Reasoning**(i) In a family of six persons J, K, L, M, N and O, there are two married couples.**

(ii) M is grandmother of J and mother of K.

(iii) L is wife of K and mother of O.

(iv) O is the grand daughter of N.**What is L is related to J ?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 79 of 100
##### 79. Question

Category: Reasoning**Directions(Q.79-84): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.****Eight people namely S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in a straight line from East to West. Some are facing North direction and some are facing South direction.****Z sits to the third left of U and faces South. X is sitting at the one end of the extreme ends and is facing North. T and Y are facing in same direction and person sitting between them is facing opposite direction. S is sitting third from left end and is facing South direction. S is sitting adjacent to W and both are facing in opposite direction.****V is sitting to the immediate right of T and both are facing in same direction. U is facing in North direction. S and T are not neighbours. Neighbours of Z are facing in same direction which is opposite to the direction of Z is facing. W sits to the right of S.****Who is sitting between S and Z?**CorrectNorth North South North South North North North X W S Y Z T V U IncorrectNorth North South North South North North North X W S Y Z T V U - Question 80 of 100
##### 80. Question

Category: Reasoning**Eight people namely S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in a straight line from East to West. Some are facing North direction and some are facing South direction.****Z sits to the third left of U and faces South. X is sitting at the one end of the extreme ends and is facing North. T and Y are facing in same direction and person sitting between them is facing opposite direction. S is sitting third from left end and is facing South direction. S is sitting adjacent to W and both are facing in opposite direction.****V is sitting to the immediate right of T and both are facing in same direction. U is facing in North direction. S and T are not neighbours. Neighbours of Z are facing in same direction which is opposite to the direction of Z is facing. W sits to the right of S.****Which of the following pairs has the person facing the same direction?**CorrectNorth North South North South North North North X W S Y Z T V U IncorrectNorth North South North South North North North X W S Y Z T V U - Question 81 of 100
##### 81. Question

Category: Reasoning**Eight people namely S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in a straight line from East to West. Some are facing North direction and some are facing South direction.****Z sits to the third left of U and faces South. X is sitting at the one end of the extreme ends and is facing North. T and Y are facing in same direction and person sitting between them is facing opposite direction. S is sitting third from left end and is facing South direction. S is sitting adjacent to W and both are facing in opposite direction.****V is sitting to the immediate right of T and both are facing in same direction. U is facing in North direction. S and T are not neighbours. Neighbours of Z are facing in same direction which is opposite to the direction of Z is facing. W sits to the right of S.****How many persons are facing in North Direction?**CorrectNorth North South North South North North North X W S Y Z T V U IncorrectNorth North South North South North North North X W S Y Z T V U - Question 82 of 100
##### 82. Question

Category: Reasoning**Who is sitting third from the eastern end of the arrangement?**CorrectNorth North South North South North North North X W S Y Z T V U IncorrectNorth North South North South North North North X W S Y Z T V U - Question 83 of 100
##### 83. Question

Category: Reasoning**How many persons are sitting between W and T?**CorrectNorth North South North South North North North X W S Y Z T V U IncorrectNorth North South North South North North North X W S Y Z T V U - Question 84 of 100
##### 84. Question

Category: Reasoning**Which one of the following is correct?**CorrectNorth North South North South North North North X W S Y Z T V U IncorrectNorth North South North South North North North X W S Y Z T V U - Question 85 of 100
##### 85. Question

Category: Reasoning**Directions: (Q. 85-89) In each of the following questions two statements are given and these statements are followed by two conclusions numbered (I) and (II). You have to take the given two statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts, Give answer:****Statements:****Some Phone are Messages****All Updates are Messages****Conclusion:**I) All Phone Being Update is a Possibility

II)No Update is Phone.

CorrectIncorrect - Question 86 of 100
##### 86. Question

Category: Reasoning**Statements:****Some papers are pens.****All the pencils are pens.****All pens are not device**Conclusions:

I)Some pens are pencils.

II)All pencils are not device .

CorrectIncorrect - Question 87 of 100
##### 87. Question

Category: Reasoning**Statements:****Some keyboard are mouse .****Some mouse are not table.****Some table are laptop .**Conclusions:

I) All keyboard are not Mouse.

II) Some laptop can be keyboard

CorrectIncorrect - Question 88 of 100
##### 88. Question

Category: Reasoning**Statements:****All room are hall.****All hall are not home.****Some home are not town.**Conclusions:

I) Some town are not hall.

II) All ram are not home

CorrectIncorrect - Question 89 of 100
##### 89. Question

Category: Reasoning**Statements:****All flowers are rose.****All pots are rose****All rose are not water .**Conclusions:

I) All flowers can be water.

II) All pot are water .

CorrectIncorrect - Question 90 of 100
##### 90. Question

Category: Reasoning**Directions: (Q. 90-94) Study the following information carefully and answer****the questions given below:****Eight friends−R, S, T, U, V, W, X and Y live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered eight. R lives on floor numbered 4. Only one person lives between R and T. W lives on the floor immediately below T. Only one person lives between W and X. X lives above W. W lives on floor numbered 5. Only one person live between S and V, U lives on an even numbered floor but does not live on floor numbered 8. S lives below Y’s floor.****Four of the following five are alike as per the given arrangement and thus form a group. Which of the following does not belong to that group?**CorrectPerson Floor Y 8 X 7 T 6 W 5 R 4 S/V 3 U 2 S/V 1 IncorrectPerson Floor Y 8 X 7 T 6 W 5 R 4 S/V 3 U 2 S/V 1 - Question 91 of 100
##### 91. Question

Category: Reasoning**Eight friends−R, S, T, U, V, W, X and Y live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered eight. R lives on floor numbered 4. Only one person lives between R and T. W lives on the floor immediately below T. Only one person lives between W and X. X lives above W. W lives on floor numbered 5. Only one person live between S and V, U lives on an even numbered floor but does not live on floor numbered 8. S lives below Y’s floor****Who lives exactly between the floors on which T and R live?**CorrectPerson Floor Y 8 X 7 T 6 W 5 R 4 S/V 3 U 2 S/V 1 IncorrectPerson Floor Y 8 X 7 T 6 W 5 R 4 S/V 3 U 2 S/V 1 - Question 92 of 100
##### 92. Question

Category: Reasoning**Eight friends−R, S, T, U, V, W, X and Y live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered eight. R lives on floor numbered 4. Only one person lives between R and T. W lives on the floor immediately below T. Only one person lives between W and X. X lives above W. W lives on floor numbered 5. Only one person live between S and V, U lives on an even numbered floor but does not live on floor numbered 8. S lives below Y’s floor.****Who amongt the following lives on floor numbered 2?**CorrectPerson Floor Y 8 X 7 T 6 W 5 R 4 S/V 3 U 2 S/V 1 IncorrectPerson Floor Y 8 X 7 T 6 W 5 R 4 S/V 3 U 2 S/V 1 - Question 93 of 100
##### 93. Question

Category: Reasoning**Eight friends−R, S, T, U, V, W, X and Y live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered eight. R lives on floor numbered 4. Only one person lives between R and T. W lives on the floor immediately below T. Only one person lives between W and X. X lives above W. W lives on floor numbered 5. Only one person live between S and V, U lives on an even numbered floor but does not live on floor numbered 8. S lives below Y’s floor.****Which of the following is true about U as per given arrangement?**CorrectPerson Floor Y 8 X 7 T 6 W 5 R 4 S/V 3 U 2 S/V 1 IncorrectPerson Floor Y 8 X 7 T 6 W 5 R 4 S/V 3 U 2 S/V 1 - Question 94 of 100
##### 94. Question

Category: Reasoning**If T and Y interchange their places and so do U and R, who amongst the following will live between the floors on which U and X live, as per the given arrangement?**CorrectPerson Floor Y 8 X 7 T 6 W 5 R 4 S/V 3 U 2 S/V 1 IncorrectPerson Floor Y 8 X 7 T 6 W 5 R 4 S/V 3 U 2 S/V 1 - Question 95 of 100
##### 95. Question

Category: Reasoning**Abhishek walks 4 kms. towards north, turns right and walks 5 k.m. Then he turns towards south and walks 2 k.m. Again he takes a turn towards west walks 3 km and stops for a while. Then he further walks 2 km. What is the distance of Abhishek from starting point ?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 96 of 100
##### 96. Question

Category: Reasoning**A is a place which is located 2 km away in the northwest direction from the capital B. C is another place that is located 2 km away in the south-west direction from A. D is another place and that is located 2 km away in the north-west direction from C. E is yet another place that is located 2 km away in the southwest direction from D. In which direction is E located****in relation to B ?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 97 of 100
##### 97. Question

Category: Reasoning**A child is looking for his father. He went 90 metres in the east before turning to his right. He went 20 metres before turning to his right again to look for his father at his uncle’s place 30 metres from this point. His father was not there. From here he went 100 metres to his north before meeting his father in a street. How far did the son meet his father from the starting point ?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 98 of 100
##### 98. Question

Category: Reasoning**Directions: (Q. 98-100) Read the information carefully and answer the question given below it.****A family consists of 6 members P, Q , R, X, Y, Z. Q is the son of R but R is not mother of Q.**

P and R are married couple. Y is the brother of R, X is the daughter of P. Z is the brother of P.**Who is the brother in law of R?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 99 of 100
##### 99. Question

Category: Reasoning**A family consists of 6 members P, Q , R, X, Y, Z. Q is the son of R but****R is not mother of Q.**

P and R are married couple. Y is the brother of R, X is the daughter of P. Z is the brother of P.**How many female members are there in the family?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 100 of 100
##### 100. Question

Category: Reasoning**A family consists of 6 members P, Q , R, X, Y, Z. Q is the son of R but R is not mother of Q.**

P and R are married couple. Y is the brother of R, X is the daughter of P. Z is the brother of P.**How is Q related to X?**CorrectIncorrect