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**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

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

- 14, 8, 9, 14.5, 30, ?

A. 75**B. 76**

C. 77 D. 78

E. 79 - 20, 29, 54, 103, 184, ?

A. 315

B. 310

**C. 305**

D. 300

E. 295 - 7, 8, 18, 57, ?, 1165

A. 220

B. 224

C. 228

**D. 232**

E. 236 - 121, 123, 118, 128, ?, 137

**A. 111**

B. 115

C. 100

D. 105

E. 123 - 77, 85, 69, 101, 37, ?

A. 100

B. 110

C. 140

D. 155

**E. 165**

**Direction: What approximate value will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following question? **

- √784.01 × 7.142 + 351. 99 × 24. 98 % =?

A. 320

B. 400

C. 240

**D. 284**

E. 450 - (15.33)2– (12.94)2 + (22.06)2– 35.65 = ?

A. 720

**B. 505**

C. 402

D. 600

E. 300 - 24.002 × 14.005 – 7.775 × 5.964 = ?

A. 400

B. 350

**C. 288**

D. 220

E. 150 - 257.12 + 187 .99 × ? = (49.98)2 + 30.99

A. 8

B. 20

C. 24

D. 36

**E. 12** - A and B can complete a work in 6 days.

A, working alone can complete the same

work in 9 days. In how many days, B alone

can complete the 3/8 of the work?

A. 25/4 B. 9**C.27/4**

D. 13/2 E. 18 - Ratio of speed of a boat in still water and

speed of stream is 4 : 1. If the difference of

the time taken by the boat in travelling 45 km upstream and downstream is 2 hours, then

speed of the stream is

**A. 3 km/hr**

B. 2 km/hr

C. 4 km/hr

D. 5 km/hr

E. 6 km/hr - If six years ago, A’s uncle’s age was 6

times the age of A at that time and two years

hence A’s uncle ‘s age would be thrice A’s

age at that time, what is the age of A?

A. 12

B. 12.5

C. 11

**D. 11.33**

E. 10

**Direction: In the following question two equations are given in variables X and Y. You have to solve these equations and determine the relation between X and Y.**

- I. x2– 11x + 30 = 0

II. y2 + 12y + 36 = 0

A. y > x

**B. y < x**

C. y ≥ x

D. y ≤ x

E. x = y or no relation between x and y - I. x2– 20x + 91 = 0

II. Y2 + 16y + 63 = 0

A. y > x

**B. y < x**

C. y ≥ x

D. y ≤ x

E. x = y or no relation between x and y - I. x2 + 9x + 20 = 0

II. 8y2– 15y + 7 = 0

**A. y > x**

B. y < x

C. y ≥ x

D. y ≤ x

E. x = y or no relation between x and y - I. x2 + 13x + 40 = 0

II. y2 + 7y + 10 = 0

A. y > x

B. y < x

**C. y ≥ x**

D. y ≤ x

E. x = y or no relation between x and y - I. x2– x – 12 = 0

II. y2 + 5y + 6 =0

A. y > x

B. y < x

C. y ≥ x

D. y ≤ x

**E. x = y or no relation between x and y** - 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

**Direction: Given below are two quantities named I and II. Based on the given information, you have to determine the ****relation between the two quantities. You should use the given data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose among the possible answers.**

**Quantity I:**A certain sum is invested for

2 years at the rate of 12% simple interest. If

the simple interest is Rs. 1200, then the

principal is

**Quantity II:**Rs. 6000

A. Quantity I > Quantity II

**B. Quantity I < Quantity II**

C. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II

D. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II

E. Quantity I = Quantity II or no relation can

be established**Quantity I:**The selling price of an article

is Rs 450. If 20% profit earned by selling the

article, then the profit earned is

**Quantity II:**The selling price of an article is

Rs. 84. If 20% profit earned by selling the

article, then the east price of the article is

**A. Quantity I > Quantity II**

B. Quantity I < Quantity II

C. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II

D. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II

E. Quantity I = Quantity II or no relation can

be established**Quantity I**– One tank is filled in 6 hours

by three pipes A, B and C. The pipe C istwice

as fast as B and B is twice as fast as A. How

much time will pipe A alone take to fill the

tank:

**Quantity II**– 28 hrs

**A. Quantity I Quantity II**

B. Quantity I Quantity II

C. Quantity II Quantity I

D. Quantity I Quantity II

E. No relation**Quantity I**: A man deposits Rs. 1600 in a

bank at the rate of compound interest of 25%

per annum compounded annually. What will

be the interest earned by the man after 3

years?

**Quantity II**: Rs. 1533

A. Quantity I > Quantity II

**B. Quantity I < Quantity II**

C. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II

D. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II

E. Quantity I = Quantity II or No relation**Quantity I:**Present ages of A and B are

in the ratio of 4: 5 respectively. Present ages

of C and D are in the ratio of 5: 6 respectively.

The present average age of A, B, C and D is

40 years and 6 months. Age of A after 2 years

will be half the age of D 6 years hence. Find

the present average age of B and C.

**Quantity II**: 39 years

**A. Quantity I > Quantity II**

B. Quantity I < Quantity II

C. Quantity I Quantity II

D. Quantity I Quantity II

E. Quantity I = Quantity II or No relation- A and B together take 6 days to complete

a work. If it is given that A takes 9 days less

than B to complete the work alone, then in

how many days B alone will complete the

work?

**A. 18**

B. 15

C. 12

D. 9

E. 8 - 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 - 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 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**

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

There are 8 friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H

in a group. They have their birthdays in

different months – April, June, July and

August of the same year but not necessarily

in the same order on different dates viz. 9th

and 16th.

E celebrates his birthday in the month which

does not have 30 days. Only one person

celebrates his birthday between E and G. C

celebrates his birthday immediately before E.

Only one person celebrates his birthday

between C and F. D celebrates his birthday

before G but not immediate of C and G. Only

one person celebrates his birthday between D and A. H does not celebrate his birthday

immediate of G. G does not celebrate his

birthday in the month which has 30 days. A

celebrates his birthday before D. D does not

celebrate his birthday which has even number

as the date of birth. B celebrates his birthday

in the month of August but not immediately

before or after G.

- In which of the following month does G’s

birthday occur?

A. April

B. June

**C. July**

D. August

E. Cannot be determined - Who among the following is elder to D?

A. B

B. G

C. F

D. E

**E. H** - How many birthdays are there in between

A and C?

A. None

**B. Four**

C. One

D. Two

E. Three - Who among the following is younger than

C?

A. D

B. H

C. A

**D. B**

E. F - Who is the youngest of the given friends?

A. None

B. G

**C. B**

D. C

E. D

**Direction- In the given question assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the conclusion(s) is/are is definitely true and then give your answers accordingly.**

**Statements**: A > B < C = D ≤ E, Q ≥ R <O > E

**Conclusions:**

I. D > R

II. B < O

A. If only conclusion I is true.

**B. If only conclusion II is true**.

C. Either conclusion I or II is true.

D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true.

E. Both conclusions I and II are true.**Statements:**P > Q < A < B ≥ E, M > N= B ≤ X

**Conclusions:**

I. P > N II. M > Q

A. If only conclusion I is true.

**B. If only conclusion II is true.**

C. Either conclusion I or II is true.

D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true.

E. Both conclusions I and II are true.**Statement:**A > N < J = L < D > U > W< G ≤ Y ≥ Z

**Conclusions:**

I. A < G

II. L > Z

A. If only conclusion I is true.

B. If only conclusion II is true.

C. Either conclusion I or II is true.

**D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true.**

E. Both conclusions I and II are true.**Statement:**E > G < F >A ≥ Y ≥ Q = V =D < W ≤ H

**Conclusions:**

I. A > D

II. A = D

A. If only conclusion I is true.

B. If only conclusion II is true.

**C. Either conclusion I or II is true.**D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true.

E. Both conclusions I and II are true.**Statements:**X < K ≥ A = D < Y ≤ M, C≥ N = D ≥ I

**Conclusions:**

I. K > I

II. X < C

A. If only conclusion I is true.

B. If only conclusion II is true.

C. Either conclusion I or II is true**D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true.**

E. Both conclusions I and II are true

**Direction: Study the following information and answer the given questions.**

In a family of three generations and eight

members, K is married to T, who is the only

son of S. M is married to P, who is the mother of Q. U, who is the sister-in-law of T, is

married. T has no sibling. H is the only son of

Q. S is a male person.

- How is H related to M?

**A. Grandson**

B. Brother

C. Father

D. Grandfather

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

generation?

A. 2

B. 3

**C. 1**

D. More than 3

E. None of the above - What is the ratio of the number of females

to that of male members in the family?

A. 5 : 3

B. 1 : 4

C. 1 : 1

**D. 3 : 5**

E. None of the above

**Direction: In each of the questions given below, some statements are followed by some conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.**

**Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements ****disregarding commonly known facts.**

**Statements:**

I. Only a few pink is white.

II. Only White is black.

**Conclusions:**

I. All White being Pink is a possibility.

II. Some Pink being Black is a possibility.

A. Only conclusion I follows

B. Only conclusion II follows

**C. Both conclusions I and II follow**

D. Neither conclusion I nor II follows

E. Either conclusion I or II follows**Statements:**

Some Tables are Chairs.

Some Sofa are Desks.

No Chair is Desk.

**Conclusions:**

I. Some Chairs are not Sofa.

II. All Chairs are Sofa.

A. Only conclusion I follows

B. Only conclusion II follows

C. Both conclusions I and II follow

D. Neither conclusion I nor II follows

**E. Either conclusion I or II follows**

**Direction: Study the following information ****carefully and answer the given questions.**

Eight friends E, F, G, H, S, T, U, and V are

sitting around a square table in such a way

that four of them sit at four corners of the

square table while four sit in the middle of

each of the four sides. The ones who sit at the

four corners face the center while those who

sit in the middle of the sides face outside.

S is an immediate neighbor of both E and V.

S sits in the middle of one of the sides of the

table. Only one person sits between E and H.

T sits second to the right of U. U is not an

immediate neighbor of E or V. F is not an

immediate neighbor of G. G faces a

direction opposite to that of U. (i.e, if U faces

the center, then G faces outside and vice

versa)

- How many people sit between F and G

when counted from the right side of F?

A. Three

B. Four

**C. Two**

D. None

E. One - Which of the following is true regarding F?

A. Only three people sit between F and H.

**B. F sits in the middle of one of the sides.**

C. F sits second to right of U.

D. None of the given options is true

E. Both S and G are immediate neighbors of F. - Who sits on the immediate right of H?

A. U

B. S

C. G

**D. F**

E. T - Four of the following five are alike in a

certain way and so form a group. Which is the

one that does not belong to that group?

A. H

B. V

C. G

**D. T**

E. E - What is the position of U with respect to E?

A. Third to the right

B. Fourth to the right

C. Second to the left

D. Third to the left

**E. Second to the right**

**Direction: Study the following information ****carefully and answer the given questions.**

Six boxes A, B, C, D, E, and F of different

colors, viz., Black, Blue, Green, Grey, Red,

and White are kept one above the other but

not necessarily in the same order. The

lowermost position is 1, the position

immediately above is 2, and so on up to the

topmost position is 6.

The Grey box is kept at the bottom-most

position and immediately below the box E.

Box E is neither White nor Blue in color. A,

the Black box, is kept at the topmost position.

D is Red in color and kept at an even number

position. C is neither Blue nor Green and kept

below D. Box B is not adjacent to D. The box

on the fifth position is not Green in color

- Which box is Green in color?

A. F

B. D

C. C

D. B

**E. None of the above** - Which of the following combinations is

correct?

A. E – Green

B. F – Blue

C. B – Grey

D. D – Red

**E. All of the above** - The Blue box is kept at the

_______________________ position.

A. fourth

**B. fifth**

C. black

D. third - How many boxes are kept between D and

the Green box?

A. 2

B. 3

C. More than 3

**D. 1** - Which of the following is kept at the third

position?

A. The green box

B. F

C. B

D. The Blue box

**E. None of the above**

**Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.**

There are 10 people Q to Z sitting in a line

facing towards the north. V is sitting 4th from

the right end, also there is one person sitting

between V and X. S is sitting 4th from the left

of V. U and S are not sitting next to each

other. There are as many people sitting on the

left of S as are sitting on the right of Q. R,

who does not sit next to X, is sitting on the

2nd to the right of Q, There are three people

sitting between R and T. W is sitting on the

immediate left of Y.

- Who among the following sits to the

immediate right of Z?

A. Y

B. W

C. R

D. T

**E. X** - How many people are sitting between Y

and U?

A. 5

B. 4

**C. 6**

D. 7

E. 3 - Which of the following statements is/are

correct based on the given information?

A. X sits third to the right of Q.

**B. U is the only neighbor of R in the row.**

C. S and V are adjacent to each other.

D. Three people are sitting between Y and X.

E. W and U are sitting at the ends of the row. - In which position is V seated with respect

to W?

**A. sixth to the right**

B. fifth to the left

C. third to the right D. second to the left

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

right of Z?

A. V

B. Q

C. R

**D. T**

E. Y

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