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A man starts his walking at 3PM from point A, he walks at the rate of 4km/hr in plains and 3km/hr in hills to reach the point B. During his return ourne! he walks at the rate of "km/hr in hills and 4km/hr in plains and reaches the point A at #PM.$hat is the distance %etween A and B& Ans' 1(km )olution' *1+*(," *1-time for forward ourne!, *(-time for return ourne! D1+D(,forward /return distance D1-distance in plains D(-distance in hills D1/4 +D(/3,*1 .forward time/ D1/4 +D(/",*( .return time/ Adding we will get D1+D(,1( km (. A %o! asks his father, 0 what is the age of grand father&0. 1ather replied 0 2e is 3 !ears old in 34( !ears0, and also said, 0we are talking a%out (5th centur!0. what is the !ear of %irth of grand father& Ans' 16#( 3. A %o! tra7els in a scooter after co7ering (/3rd of the distance the wheel got punctured he co7ered the remaining distance %! walk. $alking time is twice that of the time the %o!8s riding time. 2ow man! times the riding speed as that of the walking speed& Ans' 4 times. 4. 9n a :nockout tournament ;1 teams are participated, e7er! team thrown out of the tournament if the! lost twice. 2ow man! matches to %e held to choose the winner& Ans' 151 matches ;. A man sold ( pens. 9nitial cost of each pen was <s. 1(. 9f he sell it together one at (;= profit and another (5= loss. 1ind the amount of loss or gain, if he sells them seperatel!. Ans' "5 Paise gain ". 1ind the 3 digit no. whose last digit is the s>uareroot of the first digit and second digit is the sum of the other two digits. Ans' 4"(

?. Meera was pla!ing with her %rother using ;; %locks.)he gets %ored pla!ing and starts arranging the %locks such that the no. of %locks in each row is one less than that in the lower row. 1ind how man! were there in the %ottom most row& Ans' 15 6. *wo people are pla!ing with a pair of dies. 9nstead of num%ers, the dies ha7e different colors on theirsides. *he first person wins if the same color appears on %oth the dies and the second person wins if the colors are different. *he odds of their winning are e>ual. 9f the first dice has ; red sides and 1 %lue side, find the color.s/ on the second one. Ans' 3 <ed, 3 Blue #. A person tra7els in a car with uniform speed. 2e o%ser7es the milestone, which has ( digits. After one hour he o%ser7es another milestone with same digits re7ersed. After another hour he o%ser7es another milestone with same ( digits separated %! 5. 1ind the speed of the car& Ans ' 4; 15. *hree persons A, B @A went for a ro%%er! in different directions and the! theft one horse, one mule and one camel. *he! were caught %! the police and when interrogated ga7e the following statements A' B has stolen the horse B' 9 didnBt ro% an!thing. A' %oth A @ B are false and B has stolen the mule. *he person who has stolen the horse alwa!s tell the truth and *he person who has stolen the camel alwa!s tell the lie. 1ind who has stolen which animal& Ans' A- camel B- mule A- horse 11. Cne >uarter of the time till now from midnight and half of the time remaining from now up to midnight adds to the present time. $hat is the present time& Ans' #'3"AM 1(. After world war 99 three departments did as follows 1irst department ga7e some tanks to (nd @3rd departments e>ual to the num%er the! are ha7ing. *hen (nd department ga7e some tanks to 1st @ 3rd departments e>ual to the num%er the! are ha7ing. *hen

3rd department ga7e some tanks to (nd @1st departments e>ual to the num%er the! are ha7ing. *hen each department has (4 tanks. 1ind the initial num%er of tanks of each department& Ans D A-3# B-(1 A-1( 13. A, B, A, D@E are ha7ing their %irthda!s on consecuti7e da!s of the week not ecessaril! in the same order. A Bs %irthda! comes %efore FBs as man! da!s as BBs %irthda! comes after EBs. D is older than E %! ( da!s. *his time FBs %irthda! came on wednesda!. *hen find the da! of each of their %irthda!s& Ans' Birthda! of D on )GHDAI Birthda! of B on MCHDAI Birthda! of E on *GE)DAI Birthda! of F on $EDHE)DAI Birthda! of A on *2G<)DAI 14. A girl BAB told to her friend a%out the siJe and color of a snake she has seen in the %each. 9t is one of the colors %rown/%lack/green and one of the siJes 3;/4;/;;. 9f it were not green or if it were not of length 3; it is ;;. 9f it were not %lack or if it were not of length 4; it is ;;. 9f it were not %lack or if it were not of length 3; it is ;;. a/ $hat is the color of the snake& %/ $hat is the length of the snake& Ans' a/ %rown %/ ;; 1;. *here are ( pesons each ha7ing same amount of mar%les in the %eginning. after that 1 person gain (5 more from second person n he e7entuall! lose two third of it during the pla! n the second person now ha7e 4 times mar%le of what 1st person is ha7ing now. find out how much mar%le did each had in the %eginning. AH)$E< - 155 each 1". A lad! was out for shopping. she spent half of her mone! in %u!ing A

and ga7e 1 doller to %agger. futher she spent half of her remaining mone! and ga7e ( doller to charit!. futher she spent half of remaining mone! n ga7e 3 dollor to some childrans. now she has left with 1 doller. how much she had in the %eginning& Ans K4(

1?. *here are certain diamonds in a shop. 1 thief stole half of diamonds and ( more. ( thief stole half of remaining and ( more 3. same as a%o7e 4 same as a%o7e. ; came nothing was left for that. how man! dimands was there&&& Ans "5 diamonds 16. *here are three frens A B A. 1. Either A or B is oldest (. Either A is oldest or A is !oungest. $ho is Ioungest and who is Cldest& Ans A is !oungest n B is oldest. 1#. 1ather sa!s m! son is fi7e times older than m! daughter. m! wife is ; times older that m! son. 9 am twice old from m! wife and altogether .sum of our ages/ is e>ual to m! mother Bs age and she is cele%rating her 61 %irthda!. so what is m! sonBs age& Ans - ; !ears. (5. 9n Mulund, the shoe store is closed e7er! Monda!, the %outi>ue is closed e7er! *uesda!, the

grocer! store is closed e7er! *hursda! and the %ank is open onl! on Monda!, $ednesda! and 1rida!. E7er!thing is closed on )unda!. Cne da! A, B, A and D went shopping together, each with a different place to go. *he! made the following statements' A D and 9 wanted to go earlier in the week %ut there wasn8t da! when we could %oth take care of our errands. B 9 did not want to come toda! %ut tomorrow 9 will not %e a%le to do what 9 want to do. A 9 could ha7e gone !esterda! or the da! %efore ust as well as toda!. D Either !esterda! or tomorrow would ha7e suited me. $hich place did each person 7isit & A-BCG*9LGE

(1. *he Ho7ice hocke! tournaments are on for %eginners. Must three teams are in the league, and

each pla!s the other two teams ust once. Cnl! part of the information appears in the result chart, which is gi7en %elow. *eam Fames $on Nost *ied Foals Foals against 1or A ( 1 5 B ( 1 1 ( A ( *he scoring pattern in the tournament is as follows' *wo points are awarded to the winning team. 9n case of a tie, %oth teams are awarded one point, so the total points in the standings should alwa!s e>ual the total num%er of games pla!ed . since each game pla!ed is counted as one for each of the two participating teams/. Cf course, total goals scored for and goals scored against must %e the same, since e7er! goal scored for one team is scored against another. *he games are pla!ed in the following order' Fame 1' A Os BD Fame (' A Os AD Fame B Os A Aan !ou determine the score of each of the a%o7e games & Ans' A P B , 5-1. A P A , 5-5. B P A , 5-(.

((. A recent murder case centered around the si3 men, clam, flip, gront, herm, mast, and walt. 9n

one order or another these man were the 7ictim, the murderer, the witness, the police, the udge, and the hangman. *he facts of the case were simple. *he 7ictim had died instantl! from the effect of gunshot wound inflicted a shot. After a length! trial the murderer was con7icted, sentenced to death, and hanged. Mast knew %oth the 7ictim and the murderer. 9n court the udge asked clam his account of the shooting. $alt was the last of the si3 to see flip ali7e. *he police testified that he picked up gront near the place where the %od! was found. 2erm and walt ne7er met. $hat role did each of the following pla! in this melodrama & a/ Murderer P 1lip. %/ Oictim - 2erm. c/ Mudge - Mast. d/ $itness - Front.

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((.*here are " people related to a murder case 1illip, walt, Mark, oseph, peter, and george. Each of them is police ,murderer, udge, $itness, 7ictim, and hangman. Ma!not %e in the same order. *he murderer is hanged up for this crime. 1ollowing are some statements, 1. Moseph knows %oth witness and murderer (. $alt is the last who saw fillip ali7e. 3. Police made sure that he arrested george at the murder site. 4. Peter doesn8t meet $alt. 1ind who pla!ed following role in the a%o7e drama 1. Murderer (. Mudge 3. $itness 4. 2angman . 6 Marks/ Ans' 1. Murderer - $alt (. Mudge - Moseph 3. $itness - Feorge 4. 2angman P Peter

a/ %/ c/ d/ each orders either coffee or tea after dinner. if fodder orders coffee, then pepsi orders the drink that cereale orders if pepsi orders coffee, then fodder orders the drink that cereale doesnot oder if cereale orders tea, then fodder orders the drink that pepsi orders

which person/persons alwa!s orders the same drink after dinner & Ans'1odder

(4. At a recent %irthda! part! there were four mothers and their children. Aged 1,(,3 and 4.

from the clues %elow can !ou work out whose child is whose and their rele7ant ages &

9t was ane8s child8s %irthda! part!. Brian is not the oldest child. )arah had Anne ust o7er a !ear ago. Naura8s Ahild will %e ne3t %irthda!. Daniel is older than Aharlie is. *eresa8s child is the oldest. Aharlie is older than Naura8s child.

(;. $e are gi7en 155 pieces of a puJJle. 9f fi3ing two components together is counted as 1 mo7e . a component can %e one piece or an alread! fi3ed set of pieces/, how man! mo7es do we need to fi3 the entire puJJle. Ans' ## (". *wo gu!s work at some speed...After some time one gu! realises he has done onl! half of the other gu! completed which is e>ual to half of what is left QQQ RK=RK )o how much faster than the other is this gu! supposed to do to finish with the first... .*his one stumped me/.. Ans' one and half times or 3/( (?. *here is a s>uare ca%%age patch.2e told his sister that i ha7e a larger patch than last !ear and hence (11 more ca%%ages thios !ear.*hen how man! ca%%ages i ha7e this !ear.& Ans'15"S15",11(3" (6. *here are three guesses on the color of a mule 1 sa!s'itJ not %lack

( sa!s'itJ %rown or gre! 3 sa!s' itJ %rown Atlest one of them is wrong and one of them is true.....*hen whatJ the color of mule& Ans' Fre! (#. Mim,Bud and sam were rounded up %! the police !esterda!. %ecause one of them was suspected of ha7ing ro%%ed the local %ank. *he three suspects made the following statements under intensi7e >uestioning. Mim' 9Bm innocent Bud' 9Bm innocent )am' Bud is the guilt! one. 9f onl! one of the statements turned out to %e true, who ro%%ed the %ank& Ans'BGD. 35. *here are two containers on a ta%le. A and B . A is half full of wine, while B, which is twice ABs siJe, is one>uarter full of wine . Both containers are filled with water and the contents are poured into a third container A. $hat portion of container ABs mi3ture is wine & Ans'33.33= 31. A man was on his wa! to a marriage in a car with a constant speed. After ( hours one of the tier is punctured and it took 15 minutes to replace it. After that the! tra7eled with a speed of 35 miles/hr and reached the marriage 35 minutes late to the scheduled time. *he dri7er told that the! would %e late %! 1; minutes onl! if the 15 minutes was not waste. 1ind the distance %etween the two towns& Ans' 1(5 miles 32. An artist has exactly seven paintings --- ,T,U,V,W,X,Y, and Z -- fr ! "hich she !#st ch se exactly five t $e in an exhi$it. Any c !$inati n is accepta$le pr vided it !eets the f ll "ing c nditi ns% & 'f T is ch sen , X cann t $e ch sen & 'f U is ch sen , Y !#st als $e ch sen & 'f V is ch sen , X !#st als $e ch sen

() Which ne f hte f ll "ing is an acepta$le c !$inati n f paintings f r incl#si n in the exhi$it* A. T,U,V,X,Y +. T,U,V,Y,Z ,. T,W,X,Y,Z -. U,V,W,Y,Z .. U,V,W,Z,Y 2) 'f painting T is ch sen t $e a! ng the paintings incl#ded int he exhi$it "hich ne f the f ll "ing cann t $e ch sen t $e a! ng the paintings incl#ded in the exhi$it* A. U +. V ,. W -. Y .. Z 3)Which ne f the f ll "ing s#$stit#ti ns can the artist al"ays !a/e "ith #t vi lating restricti ns affecting the c !$inati n f paintings given that the painting !enti ned first "as n t, and the painting !enti ned first "as n t, and the painting !enti ned sec nd "as, riginally g ing t $e ch sen * A. T replaces V +. U replaces Y ,. V replaces X -. W replaces Y .. Z replaces W 0) 'f the artist ch ses painting V t $e incl#ded a! ng the paintings in the exhi$it, "hich ne f the f ll "ing !#st $e tr#e f that c !$inati n f paintings* A. T is n t ch sen +. Y is n t ch sen ,. U is ch sen -. W is ch sen .. Z is ch sen

33. Iesterda! m! mother asked me to %u! some stamps. )tamps are a7aila%le in ( paise,?paise,15paise,1;paise and (5paise denominations. 1or three t!pes of stamps 9 was asked to %u! fi7e of each. 1or the other

two t!pes of stamps. 9 was asked to %u! si3 of each. Gnfortunatel! 9 forgot which 9 was supposed to %u! fi7e of and which to %u! si3 of . Nuckl! m! mother had gi7en me the e3act mone! re>uired to %u! the stamps , <s. 3.55 and the shopkeeper was a%le to gi7e me the correct stamps. $hich stamps did 9 %u!& Ans' " stamps P 165 .15p @ (5p/ ; stamps P 1(5 .(p, ?p, 1;p/

34. 1armer ones sold a pair of cows for <s. (15 , Cn one he made a profit of ten percent and on the other he lost ten percent. Althougher he made a profit of fi7e percent. 2ow man! did each cow originall! cost him& Ans'1;5,;5 3;. 9 spent one-si3th of m! age as a %o! and one-1(th in !outh, remarked the %oss 0spent one-se7enth and fi7e !ears in matrimon!0. M! son %orn ust after that period was elected as a go7ernor 4 !ears %ack when he was half of m! present age. $hat is the age of the %oss& ans'-64 3". A girl had se7eral dollars with her. she went out for shopping and spent half of them in shopping mall,%eing generous she had gi7en 1 dollar to the %eggar. After that she went for lunch and spent the half of the remaining and ga7e ( dollars as tip to the waiter.*hen she went to watch a mo7ie and spent the half of remaining dollars and ga7e autorikshawwala 3 dollars.*his left her with onl! 1 dollar. 2ow man! dollars did she had with her at the %eggining. Ans'K4(. 3?. 3 couples were there ,B ,E,A. and F, 2, M , Bill,Eds and Aleo hus%ands and Frace,2elen and Marr! wi7es, not in order. went to pla! 16 points golf . 1.F2M and E scored 155,15(,15" and #4 respecti7el!. (.B and A either scored #6 and #" and had written there scores in cards which the! lost .%ut when found them %ack,the! found that the two couples had the sAME *C*AN. 3.eD) $91E DE1EA*ED %9NN) $91E. *ell the com%inations& Ans' B - F. A - 2.

E - M. 36. A %argainhunter %ought some plates for K 1.35 from a sale on saturda!,where price (cents was marked off at each article .Cn monda! she went to return them at regular prices,and %ought some cups and saucers from that much amount of mone! onl!.the normal price of plate were e>ual to the price of Bone cup and one saucerB. 9n total she %ought 1" items more than pre7ious. saucers were onl! of 3 cents hence she %rought 15 saucers more than the cups, 2ow man! cups and saucers she %ought and at what price& Ans' 6,16 Price' 1(,3. 3#. <acing competition.Participants were from 3 tri%es )onorean-alwa!s sa!s truth Midorean-alternati7el! sa!s * and 1 ,not with an! particular start. Hororean-alwa!s 1alse A sa!s-1. A o%structed me at the last moment ,which caused me to losethe race. (. A alwa!s speak true 3. c is the winner. B sa!s - 1. A is the winner. (. c sa!s false alwa!s. A sa!s- 1.B won the <ace (. 9 didnBt caused an! o%struction to A at the last time. 9Dentif! the tri%es of each. Ans' )onorean - A Midorean - A Hororean P B 45. Mr. * has a wrong weighing pan.Cne arm is lengthier than other.1 kilogram on left %alances 6 melons on right.1 kilogram on right %alances ( melons on left.9f all melons are e>ual in weight,what is the weight of a single melon& Ans'(55 gms

41. Mr. * has a wrong weighing pan.Cne arm is lengthier than other.1 kilogram on left %alances 6 melons on right.1 kilogram on right %alances ( melons on left.9f all melons are e>ual in weight,what is the weight of a single melon& Ans'(55 gms

4(. A card %oar% of 34 S 14 has to %e attached to a wooden %o3 and a total of 3; pins are to %e used on the each side of the card%o3.1ind the total num%er of pins used . Ans' (15 43. Nast Iear m! cousin came to m! place and we pla!ed a game where the loosing one has to gi7e one choclate to the person who won the game .At the end of the 7acation,i.e the da! m! cousin was lea7ing she counted num%er of games that i won an she won.At last she ga7e me a total of 6 choclates e7en though she won a%out 1( games.1ind the mum%er of games that we pla!ed. Ans' (5 44. A supporti7e !oung hare and tortoise raced in opposite directions around a circular track that

was 155 !ards in diameter. *he! started at the same spot, %ut the hare did not mo7e until the tortoise had a start of one eighth of the distance . that is, the circumference of the circle/. *he hare held such a poor opinion of the other8s racing a%ilit! that he sauntered along, ni%%ling the grass until he met the tortoise. At this point the hare had gone one si3th of the distance. 2ow man! times faster than he went %efore must the hare now run in order to win the race &

.Ans' 6;/4/ 4;. *here are ??5 peanuts.when susie takes 4 lil! takes 3.when susie take " ulie takes ?.how can u di7ide the chestnuts in proportion mentioned.*29) 9) 1<CM )2AH:G*ANA DEO9.:9HDNI BE$A<E C1 *2E HAME) 9H *2E AH)$E< )2EE* BE A**EH*9OE lil! ' 1#6 susie' ("4 ulie' 356 4". here is a fi7e digit num%er. *he fifth digit is one fourth of the third digit and one half of the fourth digit. *hird digit is one half of the first digit. second digit is ; more than the fifth digit. $hat is that ; digit no.& Ans'6"4(1 4?. A %o! goes to school from his house.on one fourth of his wa! to school, he crosses a machiner! station. And on one third of his wa! to school, he crosses a <ailwa! station. 2e crossed the machiner! station at ?'35 and he crosses the <ailwa! station at ?'3;. when does he lea7e the house @ when does he reach the school & .;M/ Ans' ?'1; - 6'1;

46. 1our persons A,B,A,D were there. All were of different weights. All 1our ga7e a statement.Among the four statements onl! the person who is lightest in weight of all others ga7e a true statement. A )a!s ' B is hea7ier than D. B )a!s ' A is hea7ier than A. A )a!s ' 9 am hea7ier than D. D )a!s ' A is hea7ier than B. Ans' AADB. 4#. A man was tra7elling to a place 35 miles awa! from starting point. he was speeding at "5 miles/hr. %ut when he came %ack, his car got %reakdown and half an hour was wasted in reparing that. altogether he took 1 hr for return ourne!. 1ind the a7g. speed of the whole ourne!. Ans'"5 miles/hour. 12. *here are 3 t "ns attac/ed $y 3 drag ns-x,y,3. 4#!$er f days x attac/ a t "n is e5#al t n#!$er f days y attac/ing an ther t "n. 4#!$er f days x attac/ is e5#al t half the s5#are r t f n#!$er f days 3 attac/ing a t "n.n#!$er f days y attac/ing the t "n is t"ice the s5#are r t f 3.calc#late h " !#ch days the c#rse f each drag n $e. ;1. Mohn had decided to di7ide his <).1555/- for his four children according to their ages. *he elder child should %e a <).(5/- e3tra for each than his !ounger child . $hat will %e the share of Mahesh whois the !oungest&T3 marksU Ans'<s ((5/-. ;(. A,B,A,D are four girls who ha7e 1,(,3,4 apples with them respecti7el!.9f E ha7e apples e>ual to his sister,1 ha7e twice the apples as his sister,F ha7e thrice the apples than his sister and 9 ha7e four times the apples than m! sister.All together we ha7e 3( apples . A,B,A,D are the sisters of whom and whom& Ans' A-F B-9 A-E D-1

;3. And!,Brian,Aedric,Da7e are architects ,%ar%er, case worker and dentist %ut not in the order. SArchitect will ha7e the letter Vr8 in his name. SAtleast one of the person should ha7e coincidence in the first letter of their name and their occupation %ut not all Teg' and!-architectU S Bar%er and dentist share their name %! onl! one letter $hat is the occupation of each person& Ans' And! P Aaseworker Brian P Bar%er Aedric P Architect Da7e P Dentist

;4. 4 people identified a criminal and their statements are' R A' E!es was %lue ,height was tall and he wore a hat @ a 7est. R B' E!es was dark , height wa short and he wore a hat @ a 7est R A' E!es was green ,height was medium and he wore hat @ a tie. R D' E!es was gre! ,height was tall and he wore a rain coat and a hat. E7er!one said onl! one correct identif! other three was untrue . 2ow can %e the criminal identified& Ans' A P %lue B P )hort A P tie D P rc ;;. *here are 155 %ul%s and 155 switches,one switch for each %ul%.9nitiall! all the switches are CH and the %ul%s are glowing.*hen following actions are performed.... a/*he switch num%ers di7isi%le %! ( are turned C11 if the! are CH ,and turned CH if the! are C11. %/*he switch num%ers di7isi%le %! 3 are turned C11 if the! are CH ,and turned CH if the! are C11. c/*he switch num%ers di7isi%le %! 4 are turned C11 if the! are CH ,and turned CH if the! are C11. and so on.....till swich num%ers di7isi%le %! 155... 1ind the num%er of %ul%s glowing at the end.." marks/ Ans'1 %ul% .or/ ## %ul%s.

;". 3( mar%les are to %e distri%uted.Ann gets 1,Mar! gets (, <ose gets 3 and Nisa gets 4.Mohn Brown gets as much as his sister.*im )mith gets ( times as much as his sister.Heil Mohnson gets 3 times as much as his sister.)am Paul gets 4 times as much as his sister.1ind the surnames of Ann,Mar!,<ose and Nisa..4 marks/ Ans' 3636. ;?. B @ A initiall! speak English %ut when D oined spanish,the! also took up spanish.*he onl! common language %etween A, B and E is 1rench.*he onl! common language %etween A and E is 9talian.*hree people speak Portuguese. Most common language is spanish.Cne person knows all ; languages. Cne person knows 4. Cne person knows 3. Cne person (. Cne person 1. $ho speaks what & ." marks/. Ans' A-3. B-;. A-4. D-1. E-(.

;6. Professor :ittredge8s literature seminar includes students with 7aried tastes in poetr!.All those in the seminar who en o! the poetr! of %rowing also en o! the poetr! of eliot.*hose who en o! the poetr! of eliot despise the poetr! of coleridge. )ome of those who en o! the poetr! of eliot also en o! the poetr! of Auden. All of those who en o! the poetr! of Aoleridge also en o! the poetr! of Donne. )ome of those who en o! the poetr! of Auden also despise the poetr! of Aoleridge. All of those who en o! the poetr! of Donne also en o! the poetr! of 1rost. i. Miss Farfield en o!s the poetr! of Donne.$hich of the following must %e true& .A/ she ma! or ma! not en o! the poetr! of coleridge..Ans/ .B/ )he does not en o! the poetr! of Browing. .A/ )he does not en o! the poetr! of eliot. .D/ )he en o!s the poetr! of Aoleridge. ii. Mr.2u3ta%le en o!s the poetr! of Browing.2e ma! also en o! an! of the following poets e3cept

iii. Miss 9naguchi en o!s the poetr! of Aoleridge.$hich of the following must %e false& .A/ she does not en o! the poetr! of Auden. .B/ )he en o!s the poetr! of Donne. .A/ )he en o!s the poetr! of 1rost. .D/ )he does not en o! the poetr! of Browning. .E/ )he ma! en o! the poetr! of Eliot..Ans/ i7. Based on the information pro7ided,which of the following statements concerning the mem%ers of the seminar must %e true& .A/ All the those who en o! the poetr! of eliot also en o! the poetr! of Browning. .B/ Hone of those who despise the poetr! of 1rost en o! the poetr! of Auden. .A/ )ome of those who en o! the poetr! of Auden despise the poetr! of coleridge. .Ans/ .D/ Hone of those who en o! the poetr! of Browning despise the poetr! of Donne. .E/ )ome of those who en o!s the poetr! of 1rost despise the poetr! of Donne.

;#. A c!clist is c!cling in a circular path.he is at some point on the path,at that point 1/;th of the c!clists infront of him and ;/"th %ack to him gi7es the total num%er of cl!clists participating in the race. $hat is the total num%er of c!clists& Ans'31. "5. *wo dice are rolled. 9f the score is calculated as a product of the num%er appeared. *he score for the second role is si3 more than that of the 1st roal, the score for 3rd roll is " less than the (nd roll, the score for 4 th role is 11 more than the 3rd roll, the score on ;th role is fi7e more than the 4th roll. 1ind the scores of 1,(,3,4 rolls Ans' 4,15,4,1;,(5.

"1. *om has gi7en some stamps to A. 2e asked A a%out them. A said 0 *he! were great. B got 3 more than W of what she would ha7e got if 9 kept 3 more than W of what she got.

*om asked A 02ow much did u keep&0 A answered 0two more than what 9 ga7e B0. 1ind the total no of stamps *om ga7e A.& Ans' a,1(. %,15 "(. *here are two %ar%ers %oth take same time for hair cut and sha7e .9f 1; min re>uired for hair cut and ; min for sha7e.what is the possi%le minimum time if there are three customer in theire shop for hair cut as well as sha7e. Ans' 35 min "3. *wo tra7elers, one with "4 %arrels of wine, other with (5 %arrels of wine. *he! donBt ha7e enough mone! to pa! dut! for the same. 1irst tra7eler pa!s 45 francs and gi7es his ; %arrels, )econd tra7eler gi7es his ( %arrels %ut gets 45 francs in e3change. $hatBs 7alue of each %arrel, and dut! for each %arrel& Ans' Oalue of each %arrel-1(5 francs, Dut! on each-15 francs "4. $hat is AnnBs relation with her hus%andBs motherBs onl! daughter-in-lawBs sisterBs hus%and& Ans' Brother-in-law

";. )ome gu! holding a glass of wine in his hand looking around in the room sa!s, 0*his is same as it was four !ears ago, how old are !our two kids now&0 Cther gu! sa!s 0*hree now, Pam had one more in the meanwhile.0 Pam sa!s, 09f !ou multipl! their ages, answer is #" and if !ou add the ages of first two kids, addition is same as our house num%er.0 *he first gu! sa!s, 0Iou are 7er! smart %ut that doesnBt tell me their ages.0 Pam sa!s, 09tBs 7er! simple, ust think.0 $hat are the ages of three kids& Ans' 6, ", ( "". A motor c!clist participant of a race sa!s 0$e dro7e with the speed of 15 miles an hour one wa!, %ut while returning %ecause of less traffic we dro7e on the same route with 1; miles per hour.0 $hat was their a7erage speed in the whole ourne!& Ans' 1( miles per hour

"?. A shopkeeper likes to arrange and rearrange his collection of stamps. 2e arranges them sometimes in pair, sometimes in %undle of three, sometimes in %undle of fours,

occasionall! in %undle of fi7es and si3es. E7er! time heBs left with one stamp in hand after arrangement in %undles. But if he arranges in the %undle of se7en, heBs not left with an! stamp. 2ow man! stamps does a shopkeeper ha7e& Ans' 351

"6. *hree different t!pes of o% ects in a %ucket. 2ow man! times does one need to select o% ect from the %ucket to get atleast 3 o% ects of the same t!pe& Ans' ? "#. 1i7e people A ,B ,A ,D ,E are related to each other. 1our of them make one true statement each as follows. .i/ B is m! fatherBs %rother. .ii/ E is m! mother-in-law. .iii/A is m! son-in-lawBs %rother .i7/A is m! %rotherBs wife. who made these statemens and what are the relationships among them& . 6 marks/ Ans' .i/ D .ii/ B .iii/ E .i7/ A A - wife of B B - )on in law of E A - Brother of B D- )on of A E - Mother in law of B ?5. 1athers wife is re7erse of sonXs age . one !ear %ack fathers age was twice of sonXs age . whatXs the fathers current age ans ' ?3 ?1. A man asks a weatherman whatXs the past fi7e da!s temp& he sa!s i didnXt remem%er %ut i can sa! their

product is 1( and all are diff temperatures. what are the fi7e temperatures& ans' -(,-1,1,(,3

?(. *here are 155 men among them 65 ha7e telephones and ?5 ha7e cars and some ?; ha7e houses and 6; ha7e mo%iles..data is not e3act/ . what is the minimum num%er of men that ha7e all these things.& Ans'15 ?3. there ia truck which should reach some place at 11Xo clock , if it tra7els with 35 mph it reaches i hour %efore , if it tra7les with (5 mph it reaches 1 hour late. what is the distance it must %e tra7lled and what is the speed it must maintain to rech at e3act time& ans' 1(5 miles and (4 mph

?4. *here r 155 nations competing for a world-cup. *he %oard decided to make :nock-out series. 2ow man! matches to %e pla!ed for deciding the world champion& Ans'##. ?;. *here is log weighing 35kgs. *he log ha7ing twice thickness and twice short as first one will weigh howmuch && Ans'"5

?". 2our and minutes hand were meeting after e7er! "; minutes. Does the clock lose or gain the time and %! what amount it will gain or lose per hour& rs.agarwal pg no 44".... Ans' gains 15 15/(3 min in (4 hrs

??. *here were 4 %o!s pla!ing a game in which the person who is the strongest would win. *he 4 %o!s were tom, hank, %ill @ Moe. 2ank could pull %ill @ Moe with some effort. 2ank @ %ill together could ust hold Moe and tom .i.e., neither could pull each other/. But when hank @ Moe interchanged their places, %ill and Moe could %e easil! pulled. $ho is the strongest& AH)' *Y2YBYM

?6. A person while going thro8 a %ook o%ser7ed that it had no page num%ers. )o, he %egan to mark the page num%ers. After he was done with it, he o%ser7ed that he altogether used "1 38s. 2ow man! pages did the %ook consist of& AH)' 355 ?#. Mr. Aharlie comes to Mr. $ilson8s office to meet him and e3claims Zso, there must %e 35 clerks working in !our officeQ[. *o this Mr. $ilson replies ZHot in the near future. Cnl! if there were twice the num%er of girls or thrice the num%er of men, the strength would %e 35[. 1ind the num%er of clerks presentl! working. AH)' 16 ANE<:). .F9<N)' 1(, MEH' "/ 65. *his was a Feorge summers t!pe >uestion. Fi7en that %o!s %elonging to Vku%i8 tri%e alwa!s speak truth and girls alwa!s lie. Men %elonging to that tri%e alwa!s speak truth and women are not consistent .the! alternatel! speak truth and false or 7ice-7ersa/. $hen 9 spoke to a child, the repl! was Z9 am a %o![D to this a parent said Zthe child is not a %o!. *he child lied.[ $ho r the child and the parent& AH)' A29ND' F9<N, PA<EH*' MAH 61. Ann, carol, e7e are friends .Ann wearing %lue if onl! e7e wearing red.Ann and carol can wear red %ut %oth not on the same da!.Aarol and e7e can wear %lue %ut %oth not on the same da!.1ind Ann dress color& Ans' %lue 6(. *here are four persons named ack, %rown, and smith, white. *he! are sitting in a train in different compartments num%ered as 1,(,3,4.

Cut of these four, ( are %ank ro%%ers.1 is a %lack mailer. Cne is a forger. )tatements gi7en Mack is not a %ank ro%%er. Cne of the %ank ro%%ers sitting in 4th compartment. $hite is sitting in third. Mack is sitting in the compartment no ( 1orger sitting in compartment one. )mith had worked with one of the %ank ro%%er not with the other. )o find who is the forger& Ans' smith .dou%tQQQ/.Mack-%lackmailer, %rown@white-%ankro%%ers/ 63. four famil! names are gi7en clark ,flure,miller , ac\ and their mem%ers name are gi7en )tac! ,ro%in,Erica,mand! . %ut not in order.. u ha7 to find which frend %elongs to which famil!/ Each friend prepares salad using 3 different fruits . the! are gi7en apple, cherr!, grape, %anana., no two friends uses the same com%ination. Oarious conditions are gi7en and 4 >ues asked. 1. <o%in is not %elonging to miller famil! he used apples. (. Erica is not a miller not a Alark. 3. Alark famil! used cherries and grapes %ut flure used one of these not %oth. 4. Mand! and miller used apples and cherries 1. $hich fruit did Mand! didnBt used& (. $hat are the fruits used in miller salad& 3. <o%in %elongs to which famil!& 4. $hat r the Aommon fruits used in ro%in and Erica salads& *his is slightl! tough..6 marks/ 64. *here are 1; pole at e>ual distance if a train mo7es from 1st pole 15 15th pole in 15 minutes . 2ow much time it will take to touch 1;th pole. Ans. 1;.;; min 6;. *here is a cu%e with all faces painted red. 9f we cut in into (? pieces with si3 cuts . 2ow much cu%es will %e there with three sides painted red , 6 $ith two sides painted red , 1( with one side painted red ," with no side painted red.,1

6". two trains of length 1/" miles are mo7ing toward each other with a speed of "5 miles per hour.aproaching toward each other 9n how much time the! will co7er each other. ans.15 sec 6?. 9n a almirah there was 3# %lue, 1# red ,15 !ellow , "4 %lack, (" green ties. what are the minimum of no ot ties are to %e drawnwed soi that we get the two ties of same colours. ans. " 66. A famil! i know has se7eral children. Each %o! in this famil! has as man! sisters as %rothers %ut each girl has twice as man! %rothers as sisters. 2ow man! %rothers and sisters are there& Ans' %rothers ,4 , sisters , 3 6#. 9n a soap compan! a soap is manufactured with 11 parts. 1or making one soap !ou will get 1 part as scrap. At the end of the da! u ha7e (;5 such scraps. 1rom that how man! soaps can %e manufactured& Ans ' (4 #5. 4. A girl took part in a .some/ game with man! others in a circular closed circuit. After pedaling for se7eral minutes, he found that 1/3th of the c!clists ahead of her and 3/4th of the c!clists %ehind him together formed the total no. of participants. 2ow man! were participating in the race& Ans'13..(554- fe%/ #1. C1 all pets i ha7e, e3cept ( all are ra%%its C1 all pets i ha7e, e3cept ( all are fish C1 all pets i ha7e, e3cept ( all are cats 2ow man! ra%%its, fish and cats are there& Ans' r-1 c-1 f-1 #(. Cut of 35 >uestions, the three persons A,B @ A answered 4; correct answers, B answered ;;= of A, B and A together answered (; = more of what A answered. 1ind how man! answers each answered& Ans ' A - (5 B - 11 A P 14

#3. there r some %ees in a garden..1/;th of them went to a particular flower,1/3rd went to another flower,3 times the difference of the a%o7e two went to third flower..n one was remaining n it was roaming around..how man! %ees were there& .3 marks/ Ans'1; #4. ?/ ] I ^ ]I^ AB+ AB-----------------------ADE1 BFA find ],I,^,F Ans' #4; + ?6 ---------15(3 #4; - ?6 ----------------6"?

#;. A women %u!s some shoestrips n then 4 times of that she %u!s packet pins n then 6 times of shoestrips she %u!s handkerchiefs..n she has a %ill of <s3.(4..n she pa!s for each article as man! paise as there r articles.of tht particular item/.How whats the num%er of handkerchiefs& .3 marks/ Ans'1" #". *here were ( s!stems A n B.14 degrees in A is e>ui7alent to 3" in s!stem B.and 133 in A is e>ui7alent to 6? in B.now what is the temperature where the! %oth r e>ual& .4 marks/ Ans';1.(; .con7ersion A,.?/3/B-?5/ #?. Put one digit %efore 1; and one digit after 1; and find out how man! such num%ers are di7isi%le %! 1;. 3 !ar/s Ans% 1

67. 9 cards are there. u have to arrange them in a 3*3 matrix. cards are of 4 colors. they are red, yellow, blue, green. conditions for arrangement: one red card must be in first row or second row.2 green cards should be in 3rd column. Yellow cards must be in the 3 corners only. wo blue cards must be in the 2nd row. !tleast one green card in each row. "olution: Yello #ed $ren %lu %lu $ren Yello $ren Yello 99. &o. of animals is '' more than the no. of birds. (f the no. of birds were the no. of animals and no. of animals were the no. of birds) ie., interchanging no.s of animals and birds.*, the total no. of legs get reduced by one fifth )'+,*. -ow many no. of birds and animals were there. ans: birds:'',animals:22 '//. here is a ,digit no. 3 0airs of sum is eleven each. 1ast digit is 3 times the first one. 3 rd digit is 3 less than the second. 4 th digit is 4 more than the second one. 2ind the digit. ans : 2,293. '/'. here are five thieves, each loot a ba4ery one after the other such that the first one ta4es '+2 of the total no. of the breads 0lus '+2 of a bread. "imilarly 2nd, 3rd,4th and ,fth also did the same. !fter the fifth one no. of breads remained are 3. (nitially how many breads were there. ans : '25. '/2. ! 6 % 6 7 68 9 8 6 : 6 2 6 $ 9 $ 6 - 6 ( 9'5. (2 ! 9 4 ;-! !#: -: <!1=:" >2 8 !&8 $. :!71: :# !?:& >&1Y >&: >2 -: 8($( 2#>@ ' > 9. A@!#?" !&" : ! 9 4 ,% 9 2, 7 93, 8 9 ,, : 9 3, 2 9 A, $ 9 ', - 9 5, ( 9 9.

'/3. :!7- @!& 8!&7:" ;( - 3 ;>@:&. :!7- ;>@:& 8!&7:" ;( 3 @:&. !@>&$ :!7-$ B!(# >2 @:& -:Y -!<: :C!7 1Y ;> ;>@:& (& 7>@@!&.2(&8 -: &>. >2 @:& D ;>@:&. @94 ;93 '/4. (n the 4 digits ',2,3,4 how many 4 digited numbers are 0ossible which are divisable by 4. #e0etetions are allowed !ns 34 '/,. BAB sa!s if se7ent! fi7e chickens are sold from what we ha7e now the the feed will last for e3tra (5 da!s %ut BBB sa!s if we %u! additional 155 chickens then feed will get o7er 1; da!s earlier. find the no. of chickens %oth r h7ing now& Ans'355.........3,355D !,"5 3,;!/////////////////////

15". pro%lem no. 44 of )hakuntala de7i puJJles to puJJle !ou. %ut the figures were different. Ans' ?5 kilos - -------- 3(kg. 35 kilos ----------- 45 kg.

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