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Q No: 1

Marmalade is made using 2 ingredients, sugar and orange peels in the proportion 2 : 5. The price of the sugar is
three times the price of orange peels. The overall cost of production of bottle of marmalade is $5.20 including $0.80
as labour charges. What is the value of sugar used in a jar of marmalade?

(1) $2.56
(2) $3.9
(3) $11.2
(4) $2.4
Your Answer:

Correct Answer: 4 Status: incorrect


Q No: 2

Two taps A and B can fill a tank in 14 and 18 hrs each respectively. The taps are opened alternately for 1 hr each till
the tank is full. A leak now develops in the tank, and it empties in 63 hrs. Without mending the leak, the taps are
again opened alternately for 1 hr each starting with A, Find the time taken to fill the tank.

(1)

10
(2)

10
(3)

10
(4) None of these
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 3

In the given figure, O is the centre of the bigger circle and AC is its diameter. Another circle with AB as diameter is
drawn. If AC = 54 cm and BC = 10 cm, find the area of the shaded region.

(1) 770 sq.cm


(2) 750 sq.cm
(3) 760 sq.cm
(4) 790 sq.cm
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 4

How many numbers below 90 and other than unity exist, such that the HCF of that number and 90 is unity?

(1) 15
(2) 23
(3) 18
(4) None of these
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Q No: 5

If x is a prime number and x2 + y2 = z2 where y, z are natural numbers then y = ?

(1) x2 – 1
(2) (x2 + 1)/2
(3) x + 1
(4) none of these
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

Q No: 6

Find the appropriate choice that fills the blank ______ 51

(1) ≥ (2) ≤ (3) < (4) >


Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 7

A five-digit number is formed using digits 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 without repetition. What is the sum of all such possible
numbers?

(1) 6666660
(2) 6666600
(3) 6666666
(4) None of these
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Q No: 8

Aman Verma and Mini Mathur jointly host a TV programme in which one day n guests attended the show. There each
guest shakes hands with every other guest and each guest has to shake hand with each of the hosts. If there
happens to be total 65 shake hands, find the number of guests attended the show.
(1) 13 (2) 14 (3) 10 (4) 9
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 11

In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is
something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and
decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Give answer :
(1) If only assumption I is implicit
(2) If only assumption II is implicit
(3) If either I or II is implicit
(4) If neither I nor II is implicit and
(5) If both I and II are implicit

Statement : To pass the examination, you have to practice very hard.


Assumptions :
I. Passing the examination is desirable.
II. Hard practice leads to passing of exam.

(1) (1)
(2) (2)
(3) (3)
(4) (4)
(5) (5)
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 12

In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is
something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and
decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Give answer :
(1) If only assumption I is implicit
(2) If only assumption II is implicit
(3) If either I or II is implicit
(4) If neither I nor II is implicit and
(5) If both I and II are implicit

Statement : This book is so prepared that even a layman can study science in the absence of a teacher.
Assumptions :
I. Layman wishes to study science without teacher.
II. This book is a good substitute for a teacher.

(1) (1)
(2) (2)
(3) (3)
(4) (4)
(5) (5)
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted
Q No: 13

In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is
something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and
decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Give answer :
(1) If only assumption I is implicit
(2) If only assumption II is implicit
(3) If either I or II is implicit
(4) If neither I nor II is implicit and
(5) If both I and II are implicit

Statement : "The function will-start at 3 p.m. You are requested to take your seats before 3 p.m." - Last sentence in
an invitation card.
Assumptions :
I. If the invitee is not in his seat before 3 p.m., the function will not start.
II. Function will start as scheduled.

(1) (1)
(2) (2)
(3) (3)
(4) (4)
(5) (5)
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Q No: 14

Communication with anyone around the world is within the grasp of every person now. The rapid development of
Internet and Computer technology world over has led to the growth of new forms of transnational crime related
especially to the Internet. These crimes may affect any country across the globe as no geographic boundaries can
stop them. Internet and computer based commerce and communications cut across territorial boundaries. Access to
the internet allows linking up easily and cheaply with anyone.
Internet is the fastest-growing communications medium in human history. It is not possible to quantify the size, use,
and growth of the entire system. No one knows the exact number of people who use it, or the number of nodes on it.
It is difficult even to know the amount of information that is transmitted through it. New forms of criminal activities in
cyber space are coming to the forefront. Territorially based law-making and law-enforcing authorities find this new
environment deeply threatening.
The World Wide Web was initially not thought of as needing any regulations. But over a period of time, it was found
that the internet needed some rules and regulations to govern it, without which it can be used as a tool for the
destruction of mankind. Unauthorized access to systems in order to steal users' passwords on the internet became a
grave international concern. Law from the real world had to enter the realm of communications. So, a new discipline
was developed in the U.S. about four years back called cyber law. Cyber law is a term, which denotes all aspects,
issues and the legal consequences on the internet. Cyber crime refers to all the activities done with criminal intent in
Cyberspace. Cyber Terrorism is a crime committed by individuals and groups to threaten governments and to
terrorize citizens of a country by misusing Cyberspace. This is done by an individual or group when he succeeds in
cracking into a government or military maintained web site. Hence, the first interactions between the internet and law
rose out of necessity.

The chief reason for the formulation of cyber law is

(1) to prevent misuse of the internet.


(2) to know the number of users.
(3) to regulate the interaction between internet and law.
(4) to streamline the Internet activities.
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 15

Cyber crime can affect any country in the world because

(1) internet cuts across territorial boundaries.


(2) criminals can travel to any country.
(3) criminals are found in all countries.
(4) most countries have computers and internet.
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted
Q. No-16

Rules and regulations are needed to govern the internet because

(1) it is a widely used medium.


(2) it can be used for the destruction of mankind.
(3) it is a new medium.
(4) laws from the real world are not applicable to it.
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted
Q.No-17

The passage deals with,

(1) the intricacies of the internet


(2) the multiple uses of the internet.
(3) new developments in communication.
(4) the need for cyber laws.
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

Q.No-18

An example of cyber crime is

(1) cracking into government or military maintained website.


(2) linking up with strangers.
(3) trading with people in other countries.
(4) unauthorized use of computers.
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted
Q.No-19

In each question below is given a statement followed by several assumptions. An assumption is something supposed or
taken for granted. You have to consider the statement along with the assumptions and then decide as to which of the
assumptions is implicit in the statement.

Statement : "It is desirable to keep common medicines with you when you go on a long journey". A advises B.
Assumptions :
I. B's health is poor.
II. A is a medical representative.
III. One's health is likely to get affected by the changes in weather, water etc., while on a long journey.

(1) Only I and III are implicit


(2) Only III is implicit
(3) Only I and II are implicit
(4) Only I is implicit
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted
Q.No. Statement : "Candidates called for the interview will be re-imbursed to and fro IInd class rail fare by the Mail /
20 Express trains". An instruction in the advertisement.
Assumptions :
I. Candidates will be producing the railway ticket along with the claim for money.
II. Candidates will be travelling by Passenger train.
III. Candidates will be travelling by IInd class.
IV. Candidates will be reimbursed the fare for the shortest possible route.

(1) Only I is implicit


(2) Only I, II and III are implicit
(3) Only I or II is implicit
(4) Only I and II is implicit
Q No: 21

Below is given passage followed by several inferences. You have to examine each inference separately in
the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity.
Mark answer :
(1) if the inference is 'definitely true';
(2) if the inference is 'probably true' though not definitely true in the light of the facts given;
(3) if the data are inadequate, i.e., from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or
false;
(4) if the inference is 'probably false' though not definitely false in the light of the facts given;
(5) if the inference is 'definitely false', i.e., it contradicts the given facts;
PASSAGE
In the overall economy of India, agriculture is the largest sector of economic activity. It plays a crucial role in the
country's economic development by providing food to its people and raw materials to industry. It accounts for the
largest share to the national income. The share of the various agricultural commodities, animal husbandry and
ancillary activities has been more than 40 percent since independence. During the decade of the fifties, it actually
contributed about half of the national output.

Agriculture is the mainstay of Indian economy.

(1) (1)
(2) (2)
(3) (3)
(4) (4)
(5) (5)
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted
Q No: 22

Mark answer :
(1) if the inference is 'definitely true';
(2) if the inference is 'probably true' though not definitely true in the light of the facts given;
(3) if the data are inadequate, i.e., from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or
false;
(4) if the inference is 'probably false' though not definitely false in the light of the facts given;
(5) if the inference is 'definitely false', i.e., it contradicts the given facts;
PASSAGE
In the overall economy of India, agriculture is the largest sector of economic activity. It plays a crucial role in the
country's economic development by providing food to its people and raw materials to industry. It accounts for the
largest share to the national income. The share of the various agricultural commodities, animal husbandry and
ancillary activities has been more than 40 percent since independence. During the decade of the fifties, it actually
contributed about half of the national output.

The contribution of agricultural sector has decreased in recent years.

(1) (1)
(2) (2)
(3) (3)
(4) (4)
(5) (5)
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 23

Mark answer :
(1) if the inference is 'definitely true';
(2) if the inference is 'probably true' though not definitely true in the light of the facts given;
(3) if the data are inadequate, i.e., from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or
false;
(4) if the inference is 'probably false' though not definitely false in the light of the facts given;
(5) if the inference is 'definitely false', i.e., it contradicts the given facts;
PASSAGE
In the overall economy of India, agriculture is the largest sector of economic activity. It plays a crucial role in the
country's economic development by providing food to its people and raw materials to industry. It accounts for the
largest share to the national income. The share of the various agricultural commodities, animal husbandry and
ancillary activities has been more than 40 percent since independence. During the decade of the fifties, it actually
contributed about half of the national output.

Agriculture is the only source of national income in India.

(1) (1)
(2) (2)
(3) (3)
(4) (4)
(5) (5)
Correct Answer: 5 Status: unattempted
Q No: 24

Mark answer :
(1) if the inference is 'definitely true';
(2) if the inference is 'probably true' though not definitely true in the light of the facts given;
(3) if the data are inadequate, i.e., from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or
false;
(4) if the inference is 'probably false' though not definitely false in the light of the facts given;
(5) if the inference is 'definitely false', i.e., it contradicts the given facts;
PASSAGE
In the overall economy of India, agriculture is the largest sector of economic activity. It plays a crucial role in the
country's economic development by providing food to its people and raw materials to industry. It accounts for the
largest share to the national income. The share of the various agricultural commodities, animal husbandry and
ancillary activities has been more than 40 percent since independence. During the decade of the fifties, it actually
contributed about half of the national output.

The contribution of agriculture to Indian economy rose substantially after independence.

(1) (1)
(2) (2)
(3) (3)
(4) (4)
(5) (5)
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 25

Below is given passage followed by several inferences. You have to examine each inference separately in
the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity.
Mark answer :
(1) if the inference is 'definitely true';
(2) if the inference is 'probably true' though not definitely true in the light of the facts given;
(3) if the data are inadequate, i.e., from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or
false;
(4) if the inference is 'probably false' though not definitely false in the light of the facts given;
(5) if the inference is 'definitely false', i.e., it contradicts the given facts;
PASSAGE
In the overall economy of India, agriculture is the largest sector of economic activity. It plays a crucial role in the
country's economic development by providing food to its people and raw materials to industry. It accounts for the
largest share to the national income. The share of the various agricultural commodities, animal husbandry and
ancillary activities has been more than 40 percent since independence. During the decade of the fifties, it actually
contributed about half of the national output.

Agriculture contributes to national income more than all other activities put together.

(1) (1)
(2) (2)
(3) (3)
(4) (4)
(5) (5)
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 26

Each question gives a word followed by four choices. From the choices, select the most suitable synonym
(word which means the same) for the question word and mark its number as the answer.

nonconformist

(1) rebel
(2) philanthrope
(3) doyen
(4) senior
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted
Q No: 27

Each question gives a word followed by four choices. From the choices, select the most suitable synonym
(word which means the same) for the question word and mark its number as the answer.

notion

(1) belief
(2) conjecture
(3) surmise
(4) inference
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 28

Each question gives a word followed by four choices. From the choices, select the most suitable synonym
(word which means the same) for the question word and mark its number as the answer.

paucity

(1) magnamity
(2) clarity
(3) scarcity
(4) demand
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 29

Each question gives a word followed by four choices. From the choices, select the most suitable synonym
(word which means the same) for the question word and mark its number as the answer.

maestro

(1) expert
(2) guide
(3) philosopher
(4) executive
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 30

Each question gives a word followed by four choices. From the choices, select the most suitable synonym
(word which means the same) for the question word and mark its number as the answer.

magnanimity

(1) amplification
(2) pettiness
(3) generosity
(4) resplendence
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted
Q No: 31

Each question gives a word followed by four choices. From the choices, select the most suitable synonym
(word which means the same) for the question word and mark its number as the answer.

acme

(1) discussion
(2) deliberation
(3) proclamation
(4) summit
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

Q No: 32

Each question gives a word followed by four choices. From the choices, select the most suitable synonym
(word which means the same) for the question word and mark its number as the answer.

acolyte

(1) assistant
(2) learned
(3) literate
(4) scholarly
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 33

Each question gives a word followed by four choices. From the choices, select the most suitable synonym
(word which means the same) for the question word and mark its number as the answer.

acquiesce

(1) withstand
(2) resist
(3) accede
(4) propel
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted
Q No: 34

Each question gives a word followed by four choices. From the choices, select the most suitable synonym
(word which means the same) for the question word and mark its number as the answer.

amiable

( authentic
1
)
( polite
2
)
( friendly
3
)
( Rustic
4
Q-35
)
Each question gives a word followed by four choices. From the choices, select the most suitable synonym
(word which means the same) for the question word and mark its number as the answer.

amnesty

(1) grief
(2) pardon
(3) praise
(4) respect
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 37

Identify the part of the sentence which is grammatically incorrect.

While Mahendra was away on a long official tour his office receive an important letter which was marked ‘Urgent’.

(1) While Mahendra was away


(2) on a long official tour
(3) his office receive an important letter
(4) which was marked ‘Urgent’
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 38

Identify the part of the sentence which is grammatically incorrect.

Looking forward to meeting you soon.

(1) Looking forward


(2) to meeting
(3) you
(4) soon
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Q No: 39

Identify the part of the sentence which is grammatically incorrect.

Thinking that he has finally found someone with similar interests, the scholar tried to strike up a conversation.

(1) Thinking that he has finally found


(2) someone with similar interests
(3) the scholar tried to strike up a conversation
(4) No error
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 40

Identify the part of the sentence which is grammatically incorrect.

Earlier this year, Constantan had entered the news via a video-taped interview telecasted by commercial television
channel.

(1) Earlier this year


(2) Constantan had entered the news via a video-taped interview
(3) telecasted by commercial television channel.
(4) No error
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 41

Identify the part of the sentence which is grammatically incorrect.

My friend is so rich that he is having six houses in Mumbai and four in Pune.

(1) My friend is so rich that


(2) he is having six houses in Mumbai
(3) and four in Pune
(4) No error
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Q No: 42

Identify the part of the sentence which is grammatically incorrect.

He asked me if I am ill and I answered that I was not.

(1) He asked me
(2) if I am ill
(3) and I answered that I was not.
(4) No error
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Q No: 43

Identify the part of the sentence which is grammatically incorrect.

He lost his new knife shortly after he bought it.

(1) He lost his new knife


(2) shortly after
(3) he bought it.
(4) No error
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted
Q No: 44

Identify the part of the sentence which is grammatically incorrect.

He told me that you had left the school a year ago and seeking a job.

(1) He told me that you had left the school


(2) a year ago
(3) and seeking for a job
(4) No error
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 45

Identify the part of the sentence which is grammatically incorrect.

The other day I told you about this book you may take

(1) The other day


(2) I told you
(3) about this book
(4) you may take
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted
Q No: 46

In the following question, statements 1 and 6 are respectively the first and the last sentences of a paragraph.
Statements A, B, C and D come in between them. Rearrange A, B, C and D in such a manner that they make a
coherent paragraph together with the statements 1 and 6. Select the correct order from the given choices and mark
its number as your answer

1. Time-tested remedies for physical and mental well being are back with a bang
A. contrary to this, science has been taking quantum leaps in all areas
B. And the most virulent among these is stress
C. Alternate therapies, music healing, classical dance as fitness exercise, meditation, yoga have been culled out of
ancient texts, prescribed and presented as palliatives to a plethora of problems
D. Still somewhere down the lane, human beings are not able to come to grip with mind boggling illnesses that can
virtually eat up a man
6. Unable to cope with this stress which is a direct fall-out of strenuous, nerve edge lifestyles, man is falling a prey to
several unknown symptomatic illnesses

(1) ADCB (2) BCAD (3) CDAB (4) CADB


Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

Q No: 47

In the following question, statements 1 and 6 are respectively the first and the last sentences of a paragraph.
Statements A, B, C and D come in between them. Rearrange A, B, C and D in such a manner that they make a
coherent paragraph together with the statements 1 and 6. Select the correct order from the given choices and mark
its number as your answer

1. Summer was synonymous to holidays, those days


A. Today summer is a preparation period
B. A few lucky ones in professions like teaching , accompanied them for their liberal dose of holidays
C. Even others spent a good bit of time with their children in sightseeing and travelling
D. Children were packed to relative’s houses for extended stays
6. when education and career are conceived as warfare, summer is a probation period to practice

(1) DBCA (2) DBAC (3) CBDA (4) BCDA


Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 48

In the following question, statements 1 and 6 are respectively the first and the last sentences of a paragraph.
Statements A, B, C and D come in between them. Rearrange A, B, C and D in such a manner that they make a
coherent paragraph together with the statements 1 and 6. Select the correct order from the given choices and mark
its number as your answer

1. In the sciences, even questionable examples of research fraud are harshly punished
A. But no such mechanism exists in the humanities-much of what humanities researchers call research does not lead
to results that are replicable by other scholars
B. Given the importance of interpretation in historical and literary scholarship, humanities researchers are in a
position where they can explain away deliberate and even systematic distortion
C. Mere suspicion is enough for funding to be cut off; publicity guarantees that careers can be effectively ended
D. Forgeries that take form of pastiches in which the forger intersperses fake and real parts can be defended as mere
mistakes or aberrant misreading
6. Scientists fudging data have no such defences.

(1) BDCA (2) ABDC (3) CABD (4) CDBA


Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 49

In the following question, statements 1 and 6 are respectively the first and the last sentences of a paragraph.
Statements A, B, C and D come in between them. Rearrange A, B, C and D in such a manner that they make a
coherent paragraph together with the statements 1 and 6. Select the correct order from the given choices and mark
its number as your answer

1. A camera is a device that directs an image focused by a lens or other optical system onto a photosensitive surface
in a light-tight enclosure
A. In simple cameras the lens is generally of the fixed-focus variety
B. More complicated cameras have a system to achieve good focus that is manually or automatically actuated in
order to vary the lens-to-focal-plane distance
C. In this very basic sense, these components perform the same function today that they did when photography was
invented nearly 150 years ago
D. No provision is made in them to focus on objects at varying distances from the camera
6. The focal plane is the point behind the lens where the image comes into focus

(1) CBDA (2) ABCD (3) CADB (4) DCBA


Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 50

In the following question, statements 1 and 6 are respectively the first and the last sentences of a paragraph.
Statements A, B, C and D come in between them. Rearrange A, B, C and D in such a manner that they make a
coherent paragraph together with the statements 1 and 6. Select the correct order from the given choices and mark
its number as your answer

1. Idealism, the philosophical view that the mind or spirit constitutes the fundamental reality, has taken several
distinct but related forms
A. Subjective idealism denies that material objects exist independently of human perception and thus stands opposed
to both realism and naturalism
B. Plato is often considered the first idealist philosopher, chiefly because of his metaphysical doctrine of forms
C. Objective idealism accepts commonsense “realism” (the view that material objects exist) but rejects “naturalism”
(according to which the mind and spiritual values have emerged from material things)
D. Plato considered the universal idea of form-for example redness or goodness more real than a particular instance
of the form- a real object, a good action
6. According to Plato, the world of changing experience is unreal and the idea or form-which does not change and
which can be known only by reason-constitutes true reality

(1) BDAC (2) CABD (3) CBAD (4) ABCD


Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Q No: 51

Rama starts from a point, walks 3 km towards north-east direction, turns right and walks 4 km and again turns right
and walks. What is the direction he is now facing?

(1) South
(2) South-west
(3) South-east
(4) East
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Q No: 52

These questions are based on the following bar graph. Read the graph and answer
the questions.

What is the percentage increase in the gross traffic receipts in 1995-96 as compared to 1993-94?

(1) 33.9%
(2) 41.5%
(3) 20.7%
(4) 17%
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Q No: 53

These questions are based on the following bar graph. Read the graph and answer
the questions.

If profit =gross traffic receipts-total expenditure then in 1996-97, what percentage of gross traffic receipts is the
profit made?

(1) 5.9% (2) 6.4% (3) 7.2% (4) 8%


Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 54

These questions are based on the following bar graph. Read the graph and answer
the questions.
In which year was the profit as a percentage of gross traffic receipts the highest?

(1) 1997-98
(2) 1996-97
(3) 1995-96
(4) 1994-95
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

Q No: 55

These questions are based on the following bar graph. Read the graph and answer
the questions.
In order to make a profit of 10%, what should have been the gross traffic receipts (in Rs. crore) in 1994-95, total
expenditure remaining the same?

(1) 5667 (2) 5876 (3) 6444 (4) 7667


Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 56

Each of the questions below has a few statements, followed by four conclusions numbered 1, 2, 3 and 4. You have to
consider every given statements as true, even if it does not conform to the well known facts. Read the conclusions
and then decide which of the conclusions can be logically derived.

Statements: All pens are pencils. Some pens are erasers. Some erasers are clips.
Conclusions:
1. Some clips are pens.
2. No clip is a pen.
3. Some erasers are pencils.
4. No eraser is a pencil.

(1) Only 1 and 2 follows.


(2) 3 and either 1 or 2 follows
(3) Only 3 follows
(4) either 1 or 2 follows and either 3 or 4 follows
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

Q No: 57

Each of the questions below has a few statements, followed by four conclusions numbered 1, 2, 3 and 4. You have to
consider every given statements as true, even if it does not conform to the well known facts. Read the conclusions
and then decide which of the conclusions can be logically derived.

Statements: Some books are papers. Some papers are plastics. No plastic is black.
Conclusions:
1. Some papers are not black.
2. All papers are not black.
3. Some papers are black.
4. Some books are black

(1) Only 1 and either 2 or 3 follows


(2) Either 1 or 3 follows
(3) Only 1 and 4 follows
(4) Only 1, 3, 4 follows
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 58

Each of the questions below has a few statements, followed by four conclusions numbered 1, 2, 3 and 4. You have to
consider every given statements as true, even if it does not conform to the well known facts. Read the conclusions
and then decide which of the conclusions can be logically derived.

Statements: Some doors are windows. All windows are black. Some black are brown.
Conclusions:
1. Some windows are brown.
2. All doors are black.
3. Some doors are black.
4. No window is brown.

(1) Only 3 follows


(2) Either 1 or 4 and 3 follows
(3) Only 2 follows
(4) Only 4 follows
Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted

Q No: 59

Each of the questions below has a few statements, followed by four conclusions numbered 1, 2, 3 and 4. You have to
consider every given statements as true, even if it does not conform to the well known facts. Read the conclusions
and then decide which of the conclusions can be logically derived.

Statements: All teachers are doctors. All doctors are engineers. All engineers are typist.

Conclusions:
1. Some typists are teachers.
2. All doctors are typists.
3. Some engineers are teachers.
4. All doctors are teachers.

(1) Only 1 and 2 follows


(2) Only 1 and 3 follows
(3) Either 2 or 4 follows
(4) None of the above.
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted
Q No: 60

Each of the questions below has a few statements, followed by four conclusions numbered 1, 2, 3 and 4. You have to
consider every given statements as true, even if it does not conform to the well known facts. Read the conclusions
and then decide which of the conclusions can be logically derived.

Statements: Some boys are girls. No men are cycles. All girls are men.
Conclusions:
1. Some boys are Men.
2. Some boys are cycles.
3. Some boys are not cycles.
4. No cycle is girl.

(1) Only 1 and 3 follows


(2) only 3 and 4 follows
(3) Only 2 and 4 follows
(4) Only 1, 3 and 4 follows.

Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

Q No: 61

Piyush walked 7 m in the direction of North and he turned to his right and walked 6 m. After this he turned to his
right and moved 15 m. Now how far is he from the starting point?

(1) 10 m
(2) 8 m
(3) 19 m
(4) 6 m
Correct Answer: 1 Status: unattempted

Q No: 62

Menjita started to move in the direction of Wast and moved 12 m. After this she turned to the south and moved 10
m. Then she turned to her left and moved 12 m. In the end she turned to her right and moved 7 m. Now how far is
she from her starting point?

(1) 16 m
(2) 18 m
(3) 17 m
(4) 12 m
Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 63

Mohit moves 5 km in the direction of South then he moves 3 km after turning to his right. Again he turns to his right
and moves 5 km. after this he turns to his left and goes 5 km. now how far is he from his starting point and in what
direction?

(1) 5 km, West


(2) 3 km, North
(3) None of these
(4) 8 km, East
Correct Answer: 4 Status: unattempted

Q No: 64

A woman delivering pizzas drives from the pizza parlor to make 3 deliveries. She drives east at 30 miles per hour for
10 minutes for the first delivery, west at 40 miles per hour for 15 minutes for the second delivery, and east at 20
miles per hour for 45 minutes for the last delivery. At this point, how far is she (in miles) from the pizza parlor?

(1) 6 (2) 8 (3) 10 (4) 12


Correct Answer: 3 Status: unattempted

Q No: 65

If 7 mechanics can repair 7 cars in 7 hours, how many hours will it take to repair 49 cars by 49 mechanics?

(1) 49 (2) 7 (3) 21 (4) 28


Correct Answer: 2 Status: unattempted