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Question 1 of 69
1. Question
Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
In a certain code language
“work for earning money” is coded as “Go3 None5 Xor4 Farnin7’’
“like six years passed” is coded as “Ti3 Qasse6 Zear5 Mik4”
“hence good amount received” is coded as “Seceive8 Ienc5 Hoo4 Bmoun6”
What is the code for “last earning was money”?
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Question 2 of 69
2. Question
Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
Who amongst S, T, U, V, W and X is the tallest person?
I. X is taller than W but smaller than U. U is smaller than T.
II. U is taller than S and W but smaller than T. T is not the tallest person
III. V is taller than T and U. W is not the smallest person.
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Question 3 of 69
3. Question
Given below are pairs of events ‘A’ and ‘B’. You have to read both the events ‘A’ and ‘B’ and decide their nature of relationship. You have to assume that the information given in ‘A’ and ‘B’ is true and you will not assume anything beyond the given information in deciding the answer. Mark answer
Statement (A): The government has decided to roll back the hike in the prices of cooking gas and kerosene.
Statement (B): Some ministers had resigned in protest against the hike in prices of cooking gas and other petroleum products.
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Question 4 of 69
4. Question
What should come in place of the question mark(?) in following no. series?
0.5, 1.5, 5, 18, 76, ?
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Question 5 of 69
5. Question
A car travels 3 hours. It travels 30 km in the first hour, 45 km in the second hour and 75 km in the third hour. Find the average speed of the car?
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Question 6 of 69
6. Question
Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
In a certain code language
“work for earning money” is coded as “Go3 None5 Xor4 Farnin7’’
“like six years passed” is coded as “Ti3 Qasse6 Zear5 Mik4”
“hence good amount received” is coded as “Seceive8 Ienc5 Hoo4 Bmoun6”
What is the code for “hence always wrong hance”?
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Question 7 of 69
7. Question
Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
.In which direction point D with respect to point M?
I. Point M is towards west of point E, who is the northwest of point P.
II. Point P is to the east of point S. Point M is the north of point S.
III. Point C is the west of point D. Point D is the west of point S.
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Question 8 of 69
8. Question
Given below are pairs of events ‘A’ and ‘B’. You have to read both the events ‘A’ and ‘B’ and decide their nature of relationship. You have to assume that the information given in ‘A’ and ‘B’ is true and you will not assume anything beyond the given information in deciding the answer. Mark answer
Statement (A): A traveller found cockroaches in the crevices of his seat and also in the toilets of India’s most prestigious train, the Rajdhani Express.
Statement (B): He drew the attention of catering manager, Western Railway, to the insects.
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Question 9 of 69
9. Question
Cost price of two articles is same, trade man got profit of 40% on first article, selling price of second article is 25% less than first article, then find over all profit percent.
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Question 10 of 69
10. Question
A train 125 m long passes a man, running at 5 km/hr in the same direction in which the train is going, in 10 seconds. The speed of the train is:
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Question 11 of 69
11. Question
Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
In a certain code language
“work for earning money” is coded as “Go3 None5 Xor4 Farnin7’’
“like six years passed” is coded as “Ti3 Qasse6 Zear5 Mik4”
“hence good amount received” is coded as “Seceive8 Ienc5 Hoo4 Bmoun6”
Farming” is coded as?
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Question 12 of 69
12. Question
We have formulated a 10 point programme to curb molestation cases against woman and we are confident of restricting the eveteasing cases with the help of our sincere cops” Director General of Police of city ‘X’.
Which of the following, if true, would weaken the statement?
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Question 13 of 69
13. Question
Ratio of speed of boat in down stream and speed of stream is 9:1, if speed of current is 3 km per hr, then find distance travelled (in km) upstream in 5 hours.
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Question 14 of 69
14. Question
Length of rectangle is 80% of diagonal of square of area 1225, then find area of rectangle if it’s perimeter is 94√2.
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Question 15 of 69
15. Question
If the simple interest on a sum of money for 2 years at 5% per annum is Rs. 50, what is the compound interest on the same at the same rate and for the same time?
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Question 16 of 69
16. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are five units i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Each unit has a different height. Also each unit contains books and boxes. unit2 is above unit1 and unit3 is above unit2 and so on. Every unit is belongs to different country i.e. Beijing, Paris, London, Sydney and Zurich. The total height of all five units is equal to 252”ft.
*Total Height of Unit is equal to the total height of booksplus total height of boxes in each unit.
*Height of books is not equal to the height of boxes. Unless specified so.
The books belongs to London is an even unit. The total height of unit1 is 75”ft. Sydney is not a unit1. The total height of unit, which belongs to Sydney is 55”ft. There is only one gap between London and Paris. The height of books and height of boxes in unit3 are equal. The height of books in unit2 is not less than 30”ft. The books are in unit4 is four more than books, which is in unit3. The total height of London is not 37”ft. The total height of unit, which contains 37”ft is not taking a place, which is immediate above the unit, which contains 20”ft more than the unit, which belongs to Sydney. The height of boxes in unit2 is 23”ft. Unit belongs to Zurich does not contain the equal height of books and boxes. The total height of unit2 is a odd number and height is more than 50”ft and less than 55”ft. Unit1 contains 23”ft height of boxes more than unit4 contains height of boxes and unit5 contains 7”ft height of books less than unit1 contains.
What is the total height in unit3?
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Question 17 of 69
17. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
Two buses A and B starts their journey from same depot but not necessary in the same order. Bus A starts moving 6 km towards north direction to point P then take a right turn and move 18km to reach point R, then take a left turn and move 12km to reach point S. Point P, Q and R lies in a same line. Distance between P and Q is half of the distance between point Q and R. Bus B starts to move toward west 2km more than point Q and R from depot and reach point W. than take a right turn and walk 18km to reach point U. U, V and W lies in the same line as distance of V and W is double of the distance between U and V. from point U bus B take a rightturn and reach point S. Point T lies between U and S in exact midway.
What is the total distance between U and S?
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Question 18 of 69
18. Question
Sum of 4 consecutive even numbers are greater than three consecutive odd numbers by 81. If sum of least odd and even number is 59, then find the sum of largest odd and even numbers.
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Question 19 of 69
19. Question
Annual salary of Arun is 7.68 lac. In a month if he spends 12000 on his children, 1/13th of rest on food and 8000 in mutual funds from his monthly salary, then find the monthly saving he is left with.
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Question 20 of 69
20. Question
A card is drawn from a pack of 52 cards. The probability of getting a queen of club or a king of heart is:
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Question 21 of 69
21. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are five units i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Each unit has a different height. Also each unit contains books and boxes. unit2 is above unit1 and unit3 is above unit2 and so on. Every unit is belongs to different country i.e. Beijing, Paris, London, Sydney and Zurich. The total height of all five units is equal to 252”ft.
*Total Height of Unit is equal to the total height of
books plus total height of boxes in each unit.
*Height of books is not equal to the height of boxes. Unless specified so.
The books belongs to London is an even unit. The total height of unit1 is 75”ft. Sydney is not a unit1. The total height of unit, which belongs to Sydney is 55”ft. There is only one gap between London and Paris. The height of books and height of boxes in unit3 are equal. The height of books in unit2 is not less than 30”ft. The books are in unit4 is four more than books, which is in unit3. The total height of London is not 37”ft. The total height of unit, which contains 37”ft is not taking a place, which is immediate above the unit, which contains 20”ft more than the unit, which belongs to Sydney. The height of boxes in unit2 is 23”ft. Unit belongs to Zurich does not contain the equal height of books and boxes. The total height of unit2 is a odd number and height is more than 50”ft and less than 55”ft. Unit1 contains 23”ft height of boxes more than unit4 contains height of boxes and unit5 contains 7”ft height of books less than unit1 contains.
Unit3 belongs to which country?
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Question 22 of 69
22. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
Two buses A and B starts their journey from same depot but not necessary in the same order. Bus A starts moving 6 km towards north direction to point P then take a right turn and move 18km to reach point R, then take a left turn and move 12km to reach point S. Point P, Q and R lies in a same line. Distance between P and Q is half of the distance between point Q and R. Bus B starts to move toward west 2km more than point Q and R from depot and reach point W. than take a right turn and walk 18km to reach point U. U, V and W lies in the same line as distance of V and W is double of the distance between U and V. from point U bus B take a rightturn and reach point S. Point T lies between U and S in exact midway.
In which direction is point T with respect to point W?
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Question 23 of 69
23. Question
Two different amounts are invested in two schemes. In scheme A, amount X is invested at 8 % per annum and in scheme B amount (X+1400) is invested at 12% per annum.After 2 years difference between both interests is 880, then find value of X?
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Question 24 of 69
24. Question
A can do a work in 24 days, B is 20% more efficient than A, if C can do the work in 10 more days than B, find days taken by A and C together to complete the work.
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Question 25 of 69
25. Question
Two dice are tossed. The probability that the total score is a prime number is:
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Question 26 of 69
26. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are five units i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Each unit has a different height. Also each unit contains books and boxes. unit2 is above unit1 and unit3 is above unit2 and so on. Every unit is belongs to different country i.e. Beijing, Paris, London, Sydney and Zurich. The total height of all five units is equal to 252”ft.
*Total Height of Unit is equal to the total height of booksplus total height of boxes in each unit.
*Height of books is not equal to the height of boxes. Unless specified so.
The books belongs to London is an even unit. The total height of unit1 is 75”ft. Sydney is not a unit1. The total height of unit, which belongs to Sydney is 55”ft. There is only one gap between London and Paris. The height of books and height of boxes in unit3 are equal. The height of books in unit2 is not less than 30”ft. The books are in unit4 is four more than books, which is in unit3. The total height of London is not 37”ft. The total height of unit, which contains 37”ft is not taking a place, which is immediate above the unit, which contains 20”ft more than the unit, which belongs to Sydney. The height of boxes in unit2 is 23”ft. Unit belongs to Zurich does not contain the equal height of books and boxes. The total height of unit2 is a odd number and height is more than 50”ft and less than 55”ft. Unit1 contains 23”ft height of boxes more than unit4 contains height of boxes and unit5 contains 7”ft height of books less than unit1 contains.
If ‘Sydney’ is related to 37”ft in the same way as ‘Beijing’ is related to 53”ft.Which of the following is ‘Paris’ related to, following the same pattern?
.
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Question 27 of 69
27. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
Two buses A and B starts their journey from same depot but not necessary in the same order. Bus A starts moving 6 km towards north direction to point P then take a right turn and move 18km to reach point R, then take a left turn and move 12km to reach point S. Point P, Q and R lies in a same line. Distance between P and Q is half of the distance between point Q and R. Bus B starts to move toward west 2km more than point Q and R from depot and reach point W. than take a right turn and walk 18km to reach point U. U, V and W lies in the same line as distance of V and W is double of the distance between U and V. from point U bus B take a rightturn and reach point S. Point T lies between U and S in exact midway.
A boy want to go depot and starts walking toward north from Point W after reaching point V he suddenly realize that he is going to wrong direction. So what is the shortest route from point V to bus Depot?
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Question 28 of 69
28. Question
Average age of A and B, 2 years ago was 26. If age of A 5 years hence is 40 yrs, and B is 5 year younger to C, then find difference between age of A and C?
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Question 29 of 69
29. Question
The ratio of Milk to water is 5:4, if two litres of water is added, ratio becomes 10:9, then find new amount of water in the mixture
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Question 30 of 69
30. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are five units i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Each unit has a different height. Also each unit contains books and boxes. unit2 is above unit1 and unit3 is above unit2 and so on. Every unit is belongs to different country i.e. Beijing, Paris, London, Sydney and Zurich. The total height of all five units is equal to 252”ft.
*Total Height of Unit is equal to the total height of booksplus total height of boxes in each unit.
What is the height of box in unit 4?
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Question 31 of 69
31. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
Two buses A and B starts their journey from same depot but not necessary in the same order. Bus A starts moving 6 km towards north direction to point P then take a right turn and move 18km to reach point R, then take a left turn and move 12km to reach point S. Point P, Q and R lies in a same line. Distance between P and Q is half of the distance between point Q and R. Bus B starts to move toward west 2km more than point Q and R from depot and reach point W. than take a right turn and walk 18km to reach point U. U, V and W lies in the same line as distance of V and W is double of the distance between U and V. from point U bus B take a rightturn and reach point S. Point T lies between U and S in exact midway.
What is the distance between T and S?
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Question 32 of 69
32. Question
Average of X, Y, Z is 24, X:Y = 2:3, X+Y = 60, then find XZ=?
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Question 33 of 69
33. Question
What should come in place question mark (?) following simplification problems?
40% 𝑜𝑓 (20/4 × ?) = 48
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Question 34 of 69
34. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are five units i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Each unit has a different height. Also each unit contains books and boxes. unit2 is above unit1 and unit3 is above unit2 and so on. Every unit is belongs to different country i.e. Beijing, Paris, London, Sydney and Zurich. The total height of all five units is equal to 252”ft.
*Total Height of Unit is equal to the total height of booksplus total height of boxes in each unit.
*Height of books is not equal to the height of boxes. Unless specified so.
The books belongs to London is an even unit. The total height of unit1 is 75”ft. Sydney is not a unit1. The total height of unit, which belongs to Sydney is 55”ft. There is only one gap between London and Paris. The height of books and height of boxes in unit3 are equal. The height of books in unit2 is not less than 30”ft. The books are in unit4 is four more than books, which is in unit3. The total height of London is not 37”ft. The total height of unit, which contains 37”ft is not taking a place, which is immediate above the unit, which contains 20”ft more than the unit, which belongs to Sydney. The height of boxes in unit2 is 23”ft. Unit belongs to Zurich does not contain the equal height of books and boxes. The total height of unit2 is a odd number and height is more than 50”ft and less than 55”ft. Unit1 contains 23”ft height of boxes more than unit4 contains height of boxes and unit5 contains 7”ft height of books less than unit1 contains.
Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?
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Question 35 of 69
35. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
Two buses A and B starts their journey from same depot but not necessary in the same order. Bus A starts moving 6 km towards north direction to point P then take a right turn and move 18km to reach point R, then take a left turn and move 12km to reach point S. Point P, Q and R lies in a same line. Distance between P and Q is half of the distance between point Q and R. Bus B starts to move toward west 2km more than point Q and R from depot and reach point W. than take a right turn and walk 18km to reach point U. U, V and W lies in the same line as distance of V and W is double of the distance between U and V. from point U bus B take a rightturn and reach point S. Point T lies between U and S in exact midway.
Bus A is moving in which direction currently?
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Question 36 of 69
36. Question
Given below is the table that shows the number of books sold from five stores on five days. Study the table carefully to answer the question.
What is the ratio of total number of books sold from store D on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday together to that sold from store E on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday together.
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Question 37 of 69
37. Question
What should come in place question mark (?) following simplification problems?
40 × 64 ÷ 80 = ?² + 7
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Question 38 of 69
38. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are five units i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Each unit has a different height. Also each unit contains books and boxes. unit2 is above unit1 and unit3 is above unit2 and so on. Every unit is belongs to different country i.e. Beijing, Paris, London, Sydney and Zurich. The total height of all five units is equal to 252”ft.
*Total Height of Unit is equal to the total height of booksplus total height of boxes in each unit.
Height of books is not equal to the height of boxes. Unless specified so.
The books belongs to London is an even unit. The total height of unit1 is 75”ft. Sydney is not a unit1. The total height of unit, which belongs to Sydney is 55”ft. There is only one gap between London and Paris. The height of books and height of boxes in unit3 are equal. The height of books in unit2 is not less than 30”ft. The books are in unit4 is four more than books, which is in unit3. The total height of London is not 37”ft. The total height of unit, which contains 37”ft is not taking a place, which is immediate above the unit, which contains 20”ft more than the unit, which belongs to Sydney. The height of boxes in unit2 is 23”ft. Unit belongs to Zurich does not contain the equal height of books and boxes. The total height of unit2 is a odd number and height is more than 50”ft and less than 55”ft. Unit1 contains 23”ft height of boxes more than unit4 contains height of boxes and unit5 contains 7”ft height of books less than unit1 contains.
Which unit contains 30”ft book?
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Question 39 of 69
39. Question
A government survey released today shows that 80% of the people who fly are satisfied with the service they receive from the airlines in this country .Three interviewers stood outside a major airport and asked people leaving the terminal, “Do you have any complaints about the flight you just got off?” Only 20 percent responded “yes!”
Which of the following, if true, would most undermine the conclusion of the argument above?
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Question 40 of 69
40. Question
Given below is the table that shows the number of books sold from five stores on five days. Study the table carefully to answer the question.
Number of books sold on Friday from stores C and D increased by 15% and 20% respectively as compared to that sold on previous day. What number of books the stores C & D sold on Friday?
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Question 41 of 69
41. Question
What should come in place question mark (?) following simplification problems?
25% of 16 × (15 – ?)³ = 256
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Question 42 of 69
42. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and F are sitting around a circular table. All of them are facing the center, but not necessarily in the same order. B sits third to the left of H. There are only one person sits between H and H’s husband. G is the husband of A. D sits immediate left of B. C sits third right of A, but C is not immediate neighbor of H’s husband. There are three person’s sits between A and her husband. C is the spouse of F. B’s spouse does not sits immediate right of A’s husband.
Who sits second right of F?
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Question 43 of 69
43. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are seven persons in a family namely A, B, C, D, E, F and G. All of them related with each other in a order. Also each person has a different age. The information is given as
A is older than B but younger than E. The third oldest person in the family is 38 year old. B is the sister of A. C is the father of A. The third youngest person of the family is 35 year old. G is the oldest person of the family. B is the niece of F. E is older than B. F is the husband of E G and D are married couple. C’s mother is 69 year old. C is younger than F. Oldest person of the family is male member.
If total age of D and B is 75 year, then what is age of B?
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Question 44 of 69
44. Question
Given below is the table that shows the number of books sold from five stores on five days. Study the table carefully to answer the question.
Total numbers of books sold from store B on Tuesday and Wednesday together are what percent more or less than total books sold from stores C & D together on Monday?
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Question 45 of 69
45. Question
What should come in place question mark (?) following simplification problems?
90 = 15% of 1000 × 3% of (100/ ?)
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Question 46 of 69
46. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and F are sitting around a circular table. All of them are facing the center, but not necessarily in the same order. B sits third to the left of H. There are only one person sits between H and H’s husband. G is the husband of A. D sits immediate left of B. C sits third right of A, but C is not immediate neighbor of H’s husband. There are three person’s sits between A and her husband. C is the spouse of F. B’s spouse does not sits immediate right of A’s husband.
How many person sits between E’s wife and G’s wife?
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Question 47 of 69
47. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are seven persons in a family namely A, B, C, D, E, F and G. All of them related with each other in a order. Also each person has a different age. The information is given as
A is older than B but younger than E. The third oldest person in the family is 38 year old. B is the sister of A. C is the father of A. The third youngest person of the family is 35 year old. G is the oldest person of the family. B is the niece of F. E is older than B. F is the husband of E G and D are married couple. C’s mother is 69 year old. C is younger than F. Oldest person of the family is male member.
How is D related to A?
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Question 48 of 69
48. Question
Given below is the table that shows the number of books sold from five stores on five days. Study the table carefully to answer the question.
What is the average number of books sold from stores B on Sunday, C on Tuesday and E on Thursday ?
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Question 49 of 69
49. Question
What should come in place question mark (?) following simplification problems?
? + 7² = (7 × 4) + (43 × 5)
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Question 50 of 69
50. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and F are sitting around a circular table. All of them are facing the center, but not necessarily in the same order. B sits third to the left of H. There are only one person sits between H and H’s husband. G is the husband of A. D sits immediate left of B. C sits third right of A, but C is not immediate neighbor of H’s husband. There are three person’s sits between A and her husband. C is the spouse of F. B’s spouse does not sits immediate right of A’s husband.
Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?
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Question 51 of 69
51. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are seven persons in a family namely A, B, C, D, E, F and G. All of them related with each other in a order. Also each person has a different age. The information is given as
A is older than B but younger than E. The third oldest person in the family is 38 year old. B is the sister of A. C is the father of A. The third youngest person of the family is 35 year old. G is the oldest person of the family. B is the niece of F. E is older than B. F is the husband of E G and D are married couple. C’s mother is 69 year old. C is younger than F. Oldest person of the family is male member.
Who among the following person is 35 year old?
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Question 52 of 69
52. Question
Given below is the table that shows the number of books sold from five stores on five days. Study the table carefully to answer the question.
Find the difference in total number of books sold from stores C and E together on Tuesday and From store B on Monday and Thursday together?
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Question 53 of 69
53. Question
Read the Line chart and answer the following Questions:
What is the ratio of the total sales of Patna store for three years to the total sales of Asansol store for three years?
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Question 54 of 69
54. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and F are sitting around a circular table. All of them are facing the center, but not necessarily in the same order. B sits third to the left of H. There are only one person sits between H and H’s husband. G is the husband of A. D sits immediate left of B. C sits third right of A, but C is not immediate neighbor of H’s husband. There are three person’s sits between A and her husband. C is the spouse of F. B’s spouse does not sits immediate right of A’s husband.
Who sits immediate left of H’s husband?
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Question 55 of 69
55. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are seven persons in a family namely A, B, C, D, E, F and G. All of them related with each other in a order. Also each person has a different age. The information is given as
A is older than B but younger than E. The third oldest person in the family is 38 year old. B is the sister of A. C is the father of A. The third youngest person of the family is 35 year old. G is the oldest person of the family. B is the niece of F. E is older than B. F is the husband of E G and D are married couple. C’s mother is 69 year old. C is younger than F. Oldest person of the family is male member.
How many person are older than A?
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Question 56 of 69
56. Question
What should come in place of the question mark(?) in following no. series?
255, 230, 250, 235, 245, ?
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Question 57 of 69
57. Question
Read the Line chart and answer the following Questions:
Total number of Campus shoes sales on Gaya store and Patna store together for three years is approximately what percent of the total sales of Dhanbad store and Ranchi store together for three years?
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Question 58 of 69
58. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and F are sitting around a circular table. All of them are facing the center, but not necessarily in the same order. B sits third to the left of H. There are only one person sits between H and H’s husband. G is the husband of A. D sits immediate left of B. C sits third right of A, but C is not immediate neighbor of H’s husband. There are three person’s sits between A and her husband. C is the spouse of F. B’s spouse does not sits immediate right of A’s husband.
If C is related to B in the same way as E’s wife is related to A’s husband. Which of the following is ‘G’s wife’ related to, following the same pattern?
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Question 59 of 69
59. Question
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There are seven persons in a family namely A, B, C, D, E, F and G. All of them related with each other in a order. Also each person has a different age. The information is given as
A is older than B but younger than E. The third oldest person in the family is 38 year old. B is the sister of A. C is the father of A. The third youngest person of the family is 35 year old. G is the oldest person of the family. B is the niece of F. E is older than B. F is the husband of E G and D are married couple. C’s mother is 69 year old. C is younger than F. Oldest person of the family is male member.
What is possible age of C?
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Question 60 of 69
60. Question
What should come in place of the question mark(?) in following no. series?
5, 3.5 , 5, ?, 21.5, 56.75
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Question 61 of 69
61. Question
Read the Line chart and answer the following Questions:
Approximately What percent of the average sales of Campus shoes on Kolkata store, Patna store and Dhanbad store in 2014 is the average sales of Campus shoes on Ranchi store, Asansol store and Gaya store in 2015?
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Question 62 of 69
62. Question
Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
Who among A, B, C, D, E and F is the tallest?
I. Only two of them are taller than C.
II. D is shorter than F.
III. C is taller than A, but shorter than F and B.
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Question 63 of 69
63. Question
Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are seven persons in a family namely A, B, C, D, E, F and G. All of them related with each other in a order. Also each person has a different age. The information is given as
A is older than B but younger than E. The third oldest person in the family is 38 year old. B is the sister of A. C is the father of A. The third youngest person of the family is 35 year old. G is the oldest person of the family. B is the niece of F. E is older than B. F is the husband of E G and D are married couple. C’s mother is 69 year old. C is younger than F. Oldest person of the family is male member.
What is the possible age of oldest person of the family?
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Question 64 of 69
64. Question
What should come in place of the question mark(?) in following no. series?
8, 4, 4, 8, 32, ?
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Question 65 of 69
65. Question
Read the Line chart and answer the following Questions:
What is the ratio of average sales of Campus shoes of all the stores for the year 2014 to average sales of Campus shoes of all the stores for the year 2015?
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Question 66 of 69
66. Question
Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
How is M related to O?
I. J is the sister of K, who is the son of M. L is the brother of M.
II. L is the brother of M. M is the son of Q.
III. M is the son of R, who is the husband of Q. R is the brother of O,.
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Question 67 of 69
67. Question
Statement The annual requirement of blood in our country is 6 million units whereas the generation is only 3.5 million units per annum at present.
Courses of action
I. Blood donors should be attracted by telling them how the act of donating blood would improve their health.
II. Blood donors should be attracted by providing them monetary incentives.
III. More and more private blood banks should be encouraged.
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Question 68 of 69
68. Question
What should come in place of the question mark(?) in following no. series?
129, 128, 124, 115, ?, 74
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Question 69 of 69
69. Question
Read the Line chart and answer the following Questions:
What is the total number of Campus shoes sales of store Kolkata, store Patna and store Ranchi together for three years?
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