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SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Exam
Data Entry Operator & LDC Exam Solved Paper 
Exam Held on: 04-12-2011
Part - IGeneral Intelligence
Directions :
In questions no 1 to 9, select therelated word / letters / number from the givenalternatives.
1.Life : Death : : Hope : ?1) Weep2) Pain3) Despair4) Sadness2.Christian : Muslim : : ? : Quran1) Geeta2) Ramayan3) Angel4) Bible3.Large ; Enormous : : ?1) Cat : Tiger2) Warmth : Frost3) Plump : Fat4) Royal : Regale4.BC : DI : : DE : ?1) PY2) FP3) EI4) RU5.ACE : KIG : : MOQ : ?1) WUS2) WVU3) WVT4) WUT6.DCEF : WXVU : : KJLM : ?1) QPRS2) STRQ3) PQNO4) NMKL7.3 : 27 : : 7 : ?1) 212) 423) 1474) 3438.9 : 28 : : 56 : ?1) 32) 183) 1124) 1699.12 : 35 : : 16 : ?1) 782) 323) 554) 63
Directions :
In questions no. 10 to 18 selected the one which is different from theother three responses.
10.1) River2) Ocean3) Lake4) Rain11.1) King2) Queen3) Royal4) Prince12.1) Mango2) Apple3) Organge4) Guava13.1) M2) N3) O4) P14.1) GLOV2) CFKR3) ILQX4) ADIP15.1) GOD2) RAT3) WAR4) PAPER16.1) 3632) 4843) 13314) 546217.1) 8 - 642) 6 - 363) 9 - 814) 7 - 5018.1) 121 - 1962) 144 - 2253) 36 - 834) 16 - 4919.Amongst the following words, which wordappears second in order in the Englishdictionary ?1) Complaint2) Complication3) Complement4) Compose
Directions :
In questions no. 20 and 21, whichone of the given responses would be ameaningful order of the following words inascending order ?
20.A) LineB) AngleC) SquareD) Triangle1) B, A, D, C2) C, D, A, B3) D, B, A, C4) A, B, D, C
 
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21.A) ChildhoodB) AdulthoodC) InfancyD) AdolescenceE) Babyhood1) D, A, C, B, E2) C, E, A, D, B3) B, E, A, D, C4) E, D, B, C, A22.Which one set of letters when sequentiallyplaced at the gaps in the given letter seriesshall complete it ?L_NOO_ML_MNO_NML1) MNLO2) ONML3) NLMO4) LOMN
Directions :
In questions no. 23 to 26, choosethe correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.
23.AD, EH, IL, ?, QT1) LM2) MN3) MP4) OM24.ABCD, IJKL, QRST, ?1) YZAB2) ABYZ3) BAZY4) YAZB25.2, 6, 14, 26, ?, 621) 522) 543) 444) 4226.6, 12, 21, 33, ?1) 452) 483) 404) 4628.Find the wrong number in the given series.13, 24, 29, 39, 44, 54, 61, 691) 612) 133) 444) 2428.P and Q are brothers. R and S are sisters.P's son is S's brother. How is Q related to R ?1) Uncle2) Brothe3) Father4) Grandfathe29.There are five friends – Satish, Kishore,Mohan, Anil and Rajesh. Mohan is the tallest.Satish is shorter than Kishore but taller thanRajesh. Anil is little shorter than Kishore butlittle taller than Satish. Who is taller thanRajesh but shorter than Anil ?1) Anil2) Kishore3) Rajesh4) Satish30.From the given alternatives select the wordwhich cannot be formed using the letters of the given word.COLLABORATION1) ACTION2) BILL3) BORN4) CRITERION31.A group of alphabets are given with each beingassigned a number. These have to beunscrambled into a meaningful word andcorrect order of leters may be indicated fromthe given responsesE F N R A C1234561) 1364522) 2453613) 4156234) 64531232.If TIMBER is written as BERMIT in a certaincode, how would BANTER be written in thatcode ?1) RETNAB2) TERNAB3) TENBAR4) TABNER33.If UNIVERSITY is 1273948756, how canTRUSTY be written in that code ?1) 5428562) 5318563) 5418564) 54195634.Which interchange of signs will make thefollowing equation correct ?35 + 7 x 5
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5 – 6 = 241) x and 2) + and x3)
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and +4) and
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35.Select the correct combination omathematical signs to replace * signs and tobalance the given equation8 * 5 * 2 * 72 * 41) = x +
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2) x = +
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3) x + =
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4) + x =
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36.Some equations are solved on the basis of acertain system. On the same basis, find outthe correct answer for the unsolved equation3 x 8 x 2 = 832, 6 x 4 x 1 = 461, 8 x 6 x 1 = ?1) 2382) 8163) 1464) 681
Directions :
In questions no. 37 & 38, select the missing number from the given responses
37.279341664512?81) 642) 23) 164) 838.53717593444432?11) 62) 53) 44) 2
 
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39.'A' starts walking towards North, turns left,again turns left, turns right, again turns right,once again turns left. In which direction is 'A'walking now ?1) East2) South3) West4) South-East40.Ram walked 4 km West of his house and thenturned to South covering 8 km. Finally hemoves 6 km towards East and then again 2km West. How far is he from his initial position?1) 4 km2) 8 km3) 10 km4) 12 km41.A, B, C, D and E are standing in a line facingNorth. E is standing 40 metres left to B. A isstanding 20 metres left to C. D is standing 20metres right to E and 50 metres right to C.What is the distance between A and D ?1) 50 metres2) 60 metres3) 70 metres4) 80 metres42.A solid cube of 4 inches has been pained red,green and black on pairs of opposite faces. Ithas been cut into one inch cubes. How manycubes have only three faces painted ?1) 42) 83) 124) 1643.Two statements are given followed by twoconclusions I and II. You have to consider thestatements to be true even if they seem to beat variance from commonly known facts. Youare to decide which of the given conclusions,if any, follow from the given statements.Indicate your answer.
Statements :
1) AIDS is a killer disease2) It is easy to prevent AIDS than to treat it
Conclusions :
I) AIDS prevention is very expensiveII) People will not cooperate for AIDS prevention1) Only conclusion I follows2) Only conclusion II follows3) Neither conclusion I nor II follows4) Both conclusions I and II follow44.Two statements are given followed by our conclusions I, II, III and IV. You have toconsider the statements to be true even if theyseem to be at variance from commonly knownfacts. You are to decide which of the givenconclusions, if any, follow from the givenstatements. Indicate your answer.
Statements :
1) All pens are pencils2) No pencil is monkey
Conclusions :
I) No pen is monkeyII) Some pens are monkeysIII) All monkeys are pens1) Either conclusion II or III follows2) Either conclusion II or IV follows3) Only conclusion I follows4) All conclusions follow45.Which answer giure will complete the patternin the question figure ?
Question figure :Answer figures :
46.Select the answer figure in which the questionfigure is hidden / embedded
Question figure :Answer figures :
47.A piece of paper is folded and cut as shownbelow in the question figures. From the givenanswer figures, indicate how it will appear when

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