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- How many such pairs of letters are there in the word ‘MATCHES’ each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet (Both forward and backward)?

A. One

B. Two

C. Three

**D. More than three**

E. None - If 2 is subtracted from each odd digit in the number 34827956 and 1 is added to each even digit in the number, then how many digits will not appear twice in the new number so obtained?

A. Only 1

**B. Both 1 and 9**

C. Both 1 and 3

D. Only 7

E. Only 9

**Direction- Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.**

Certain number of people are seated in a row facing the north direction. Three people sit between

F and A who sits third from the end. B sits second to the right of F. D sits to the immediate right of B . Two people sit between D and C . One person sits between C and G who sits third from the end. C does not

sit at the end of the row.

- How many people sit between F

and G?

A. Six

B. Five

**C. Seven**

D. Nine

E. None - What is the position of A with

respect to B?

**A. Sixth to the left**

B. Third to the right

C. Immediate Left

D. Fifth to the right

E. None of the above - Who Among the following sits

seventh to the right of A?

A. C

B. B

**C. D**

D. G

E. None of the above - Who among the following

persons sits exactly between F and C?

A. F

**B. D**

C. B

D. G

E. None of the above - Who among the following sits

fifth from the right end?

**A. C**

B. F

C. A

D. G

E. None of the above

**Also Re**

**Direction- In the question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.**

**Statements:**

Only a few Gas are Fuel All Fuel are petrol Some Petrol are Diesel

**Conclusions:**

I. Some Fuel are Diesel

II. Some Gas are not Fuel

A. Only I follows

**B. Only II follows**

C. Either I or II follows

D. Neither I nor II follows

E. Both I and II follow**Statements:**

No Page is Paper

All Paper is Sheet

Only a few Sheet is Board

**Conclusions:**

I. Some Sheet are not page

II. Some Board are not sheet

**A. Only I follows**

B. Only II follows

C. Either I or II follows

D. Neither I nor II follows

E. Both I and II follow**Statements:**

Some Money is Cash

All Bank is Money

All Cash is Locker

**Conclusions:**

I. Some Bank Can be Locker

II. All Locker being Money is a

possibility

A. Only I follows

B. Only II follows

C. Either I or II follows

D. Neither I nor II follows

**E. Both I and II follow****Statements:**

Only a few Gas are Fuel

All Fuel are petrol

Some Petrol are Diesel

**Conclusions:**

I. Some Diesel are Fuel

II. No Diesel is Fuel

A. Only I follows

B. Only II follows

**C. Either I or II follows**

D. Neither I nor II follows

E. Both I and II follow- Statements:

No Page is Paper

All Paper is Sheet

Only a few Sheet is Board

Conclusions:

I. Some Paper is not Board

II. Some Sheet is not Board

A. Only I follows

**B. Only II follows**

C. Either I or II follows

D. Neither I nor II follows

E. Both I and II follow

**Direction- Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.**

Six people A, B, C, D, E and F wereborn in three different months i.e. January, February and March and on different dates i.e. 7 and 12 of the months but not necessarily in the same order. B was born on an even numbered date of the month having 31 days. Number of people born before C is same as the number of people born after B . One person was born between C and D . A was bor before D . E was born just before F.

- Who amongst the following was

born just after A?

A. F

B. C

**C. D**

D. B

E. None of the above - Four of the following five are alike

in a certain way and hence form a

group. Which of the following does

not belong to that group?

A. C

B. F

C. B

**D. E**

E. A - Who among the following was

born on 7th February?

A. C**B. D**

C. F D. B

E. None of the above - How many people were born

between C and B?

A. Three

**B. More than three**

C. Two

D. One

E. None - How many people were born

after D?

A. Two

B. One

**C. Three**

D. Four

E. None

**Direction- Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.**

**8 A 9 C F 4 3 2 M 8 P Q 7 2 R 1 S 9 5 N 4 H 9 B 4 9 6 P A 5**

- What is the sum of the third

number from the left end and sixth

number from the right end?

A. 13

**B. 8**

C. 6

D. 11

E. None of the above - How many letters are there in

the series each of which is

immediately preceded by an odd

number and immediately followed

by an even number?

A. Three

B. One

C. None

**D. Two**

E. Four - If all the odd numbers are

dropped from the series, then which

of the following elements is eighth

from the right end?

A. 4

B. R

C. S

**D. N**

E. Q - If all the letters in the word

‘MIXTURE’ are arranged in an

alphabetical order, then how many

letter(s) remain(s) at the same

position?

**A. One**

B. Two

C. None

D. Three

E. More than three

**Direction- Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.**

Five People A, B, C, D and E have

different weights. C is lighter than E

but heavier than A. A is not lightest.

B is just lighter than E. The weight

of the lightest person is 65kg.

- If the weight of C is 80kg, then

what could be the possible weight of

A?

**A. 75**

B. 63

C. 82

D. 90

E. None of the above - Who amongst the following is

just lighter than C?

**A. A**

B. D

C. E

D. Either A or D

E. Cannot be determined

**Direction- Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.**

Eight people A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H sit in a square shaped table. Four people sit at the corners of the table

and four people sit in the middle of the four sides. People sit at the corners of the table are facing outside the table and people sit in the middle of the sides are facing inside the table.

F sits second to the right of E . Three people sit between F and G. D sits second to the left of G. C is a neighbor D . C does not sit adjacent to G. A sits second to the right of C who sits opposite to B . H does not sit at the corner of the

table

- Who among the following sits

third to the right of H?

A. E

**B. F**

C. B

D. A

E. None of the above - What is the position of H with

respect to F?

A. Immediate left

B. Fourth to the left

**C. Third to the right**

D. Second to the right

E. None of the above - Who sits exactly between E and

G when counted from left of E?

**A. B**

B. A

C. H

D. F

E. None of the above - Four of the following five are

alike in a certain way and hence

form a group. Which of the following

does not belong to that group?

A. A B. C

C. H**D. G**

E. B - According to the information,

which of the following statements

is/are true?

A. G sits to the immediate right of H

**B. A sits adjacent to E**

C. C sits opposite to E

D. F faces towards the center

E. None is true

**Direction- Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.**

Seven people viz. A, B, C, D, E, F and G sit in a row. All of them are facing towards the north. Two people sit between G and A. Neither G nor A sits at the end of the row. D sits second to the right of G. B is a neighbor of D. E sits second to the left of B. F sits to the immediate left of C.

- Which of the following pairs sit

at the end of the row?

A. E-A

B. F-C

**C. E-C**

D. F-G

E. G-C - Who amongst the following sits

third to the left of A?

A. E

B. B

**C. G**

D. C

E. None of the above - What is the position of D from

the left end?

A. Third

B. Second

C. Sixth

**D. Fourth**

E. First - How many people sit between B

and C?

A. One

**B. Three**

C. None

D. Five

E. Four - What is the position of A with

respect to C?

**A. Second to the left**

B. Immediate right

C. Immediate left

D. Third to the right

E. None of the above

**Direction- Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.**

There are six people in a three generation family in which two are

married couples. D is the spouse of

F who has only one child. A is the

brother-in-law F. C is the father of

A. E is the granddaughter of B who

has only two sons.

**Direction- Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.**

Point P is 5m to the north of Point

Q. Point S is 5m west of Point R.

Point M is 6m south of Point R. Point

T is 12m south of Point S. Point Q is

8m west of Point T.

- What is the shortest distance

between Point R and Point T?

**A. 13m**

B. 15m

C. 22m

D. 18m

E. None of the above - What is the direction of Point M

with respect to Point P?

A. North

B. East

**C. North East**

D. North West

E. South East - What is the total distance

between P and S?

A. 23m

**B. 25m**

C. 16m

D. 20m

E. None of the above - What is the direction of Point Q

with respect to Point M?

A. South East

B. South

C. North

**D. South West**

E. None of the above

**Direction- What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?**

- 50% of 24% of ? = 6

A. 25

B. 35

C. 40

**D. 50**

E. None of these - 400 + (5 + 2)2 = ?

A. 469

B. 49

C. 449

D. 59

**E. 69** - √?*8= 1/2 of 256

A. 256

B. 512

**C. 2048**

D. 4096

E. 1024 - 192 × 4 = (?)2 –256

**A. 28**

B. 26

C. 24

D. 30

E. 32 - 24 + 22 ÷ 0.25 = ? × 28

A. 2

**B. 4**

C. 6

D. 8

E. 10 - 31.5 ÷ 3.5 × 12 – 8 = ?

A. 92

B. 96

C. 88

D. 84

**E. None of these** - (2)4 × (3)3 ÷ (96 ÷ ?) =18

**A. 4**

B. 8

C. 16

D. 32

E. 64 - 299 ÷ 13 × ? = 127 – 35

**A. 4**

B. 2

C. 5

D. 3

E. 1 - (38)2 + (5)2 – 173 = (6)?

A. 5

**B. 4**

C. 8

D. 2

E. 6 - 4225 ÷ (? + 17) = (13)2

A. 6

**B. 8**

C. 3

D. 18

E. 13 - ? % of 450 + 1740 = 2100

A. 40

B. 60

**C. 80**

D. 72

E. 75 - If 12 women complete a work in

64 days, in how many days will 16

women complete two-third of the

work?

A. 24 days

**B. 32 days**

C. 48 days

D. 16 days

E. 36 days - Two people A and B spend 30%

of their income, if their total

expenditure is Rs. 26400 and the

income of A is 20% more than B,

what is the income of B?

**A. Rs. 40000**

B. Rs. 36000

C. Rs. 24000

D. Rs. 30000

E. Rs. 48000 - A train travelling at the speed of

72 kmph passes a pole in 30

seconds. In how much time will the

same train pass the same pole if it

is travelling at the speed of 54

kmph?

A. 36 seconds

**B. 40 seconds**

C. 24 seconds

D. 48 seconds

E. 60 seconds

**Direction: Read the table carefully and answer the following questions. Given table shows the percentage ****distribution of total items sold by six Indian companies in any year**

Item |
% Item Sold by Companies |

A | 20 |

B | 16 |

C | 12 |

D | 15 |

E | 17 |

F | 20 |

- If total items manufactured by India is

11160 and defective items are 840 then find

the items sold by C is how much more or less

than E? (items which are defective cannot be

sold)

A. 426

B. 516

C. 624

D. 712

E. 564 - Find the ratio between items sold by B to

that of items sold by E

**A. 16 : 17**

B. 16 : 19

C. 17 : 18

D. 18 : 19

E. 15 : 16 - If China makes 97500 items which is 3900

more than items manufactured by India, then

find average of items sold by B and D?

A. 10982

B. 12432

**C. 14508**

D. 11204

E. 14454 - If items manufactured by Pakistan is

50400 which is 20% more than items

manufactured by India, then find difference

of items sold by C and E?

A. 2600

B. 2400

C. 1800

D. 1600

**E. 2100** - At present, P is 4 years elder

than Q. If after 2 years the ratio of

the ages of P and Q will be 5 : 4,

then what will be the age of Q after

2 years?

A. 8 years

**B. 16 years**

C. 20 years

D. 24 years

E. 10 years - Sandeep sold an article at a profit of 13(1/3)

% at its selling price to Vinod. Vinod further

sold it at 7.5% loss for Rs. 1110. Find the

difference of original cost price of that article

and selling price of article for Vinod?

A. Rs. 92

B. Rs. 84

C. Rs. 60

D. Rs. 50

**E. Rs. 70**

**Direction: Read the following table carefully and answer the given questions. In the table, data of number of members participating in an event from 6 sports clubs– A, B, C, D, E and F.**

Sport Club |
Total Number of Member |
% of members Participated |

A |
4000 | 65 |

B |
9000 | 20 |

C |
4800 | 25 |

D |
5000 | 30 |

E |
6000 | 35 |

F |
6750 | 40 |

- Number of members of the sports club A,

who did not participate in the event is what

percent more/less than that of sports club D?

A. 40%

**B. 60%**

C. 28%

D. 35%

E. 55% - What is the difference of the number of

members participated in the event from the

sports clubs B and C and the number of

members not participated in the event from

the sports clubs D and E? A. 7400

B. 2400

C. 3600

**D. 4400**

E. 3000 - What isthe ratio of number of members

of the sports clubs C and F, who did not

participate in the event?

A. 4 : 5

B. 3 : 4

C. 5 : 9

**D. 8 : 9**

E. 5 : 3 - What is the average number of members

not participated in the event from the sports

clubs A, B, D, E and F?

A. 3990

B. 3610

C. 4060

D. 3570

**E. 4010** - If the 30% of the members participated in

the event from the sports club B played

badminton and rest played Hockey, Cricket

and Football in the ratio 2 : 4 : 3, then the

number of members, who played Football is

A. 380

**B. 420**

C. 460

D. 480

E. 500 - If the 30% of the members participated in

the event from the sports club B played

badminton and rest played Hockey, Cricket

and Football in the ratio 2 : 4 : 3, then the

number of members, who played Football is

A. 380

**B. 420**

C. 460

D. 480

E. 500 - Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 24

minutes and 36 minutes. another pipe C can

empty the filled tank in 18 minutes. All three

pipes A, B and C are alternately open for 1

minute each in the empty tank such that pipe

A is open first then pipe B and then pipe C.

In what time the tank will be filled?

A. 69

B. 67

C. 201

**D. 203**

E. 198 - A person travel 124 km at the average

speed of 77.5 km/hr. If he travels 60 km at the

speed of 75 km/hr, then at what speed be

covers the rest of the distance?

A. 75 km/hr

**B. 80 km/hr**

C. 90 km/hr

D. 50 km/hr

E. 60 km/hr - Ashutosh lends two equal sums, one at the

rate of 13% per annum for five years and the

other at the rate of 9% per annum for six

years, both atsimple interest. If the difference

in interest accrued in the two cases is Rs

1320. Find the sum.

A. Rs. 11200

B. Rs. 5600

C. Rs. 12600

**D. Rs. 12000**

E. None of these

**Direction- What should come in place of the question mark ‘?’ in the following number series?**

- 3, 12, 37, 86, 167, ?

A. 198

B. 208

C. 228

**D. 288**

E. 298 - 1920, ?, 24, 4, 1, 0.5

**A. 192**

B. 240

C. 144

D. 288

E. 196 - 100, 119, 81, 138, ?

A. 112

B. 108

C. 71

D. 84

**E. 62** - 1.1, ?, 3.9, 5.6, 7.5

A. 1.8

B. 2.8

**C. 2.4**

D. 2.1

E. 2.2 - 7, 15, 31, ?, 127, 255

A. 62

**B. 63**

C. 64

D. 68

E. 84

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