A research lab in Chennai requires 100 mice and 75 sterilized cages for a certain set of laboratory experiments .

To identify the mice the lab has prepared labels !ith numbers 1 to 100 by combining tags numbered 0 to ". The #$CA requires that the tags be made of toxin%free material and that the temperature of the cages be maintained at &7 degree Celsius. Also not more than & mice can be caged together and each cage must be at least & sq.ft in area. The 5 experiments to be conducted by lab are to be thoroughly documented and performed only after a round of appro'al by authorities. The appro'al procedure ta(es around )* hours. +o! many times is the tag numbered ,), used by the lab in numbering these micea) 9 b)19 c) 20 d) 21 There are t!o !ater tan(s A and . A is much smaller than .. /hile !ater fills at the rate of one litre e'ery hour in A it gets filled up li(e 10 &0 )0 *0 100... in tan( ..1 At the end of first hour . has 10 litres second hour it has &0 and so on2. 3f tan( . is 145& filled after &1 hours !hat is the total duration required to fill it completelya) 26 hrs b) 25 hrs c) 5 hrs d) 27 hrs 6172 Consider t!o tumblers the first containing one litre of coffee. #uppose you ta(e one spoon of !ater out of the first tumbler and pour it into the second tumbler. After mo'ing you ta(e one spoon of the mixture from the second tumbler and pour it bac( into the first tumbler . /hich one of the follo!ing statement holds no!a) There is less coffee in the first tumbler than water in the second tumbler. b) There is more coffee in the firs tumbler than water in the second tumbler c) There is as much coffee in the first tumbler as there is water in the second tumbler d) None of the statements holds true. 7rancois $achet a researcher at #ony Computer #cience laboratories is also a 8azz musician. +e decided to build a robot able to impro'ise li(e a pro. 9amed Continuator the robot can duet !ith a li'e musician in real% time. 3t listens to a musical phrase and then computes a complementary phrase !ith the same playing style. 3f the cost of ma(ing the robot is di'ided bet!een and then computes a complementary phrase !ith the same playing style. 3f the cost of ma(ing the robot is di'ided bet!een materials labour and o'erheads in the ratio of ):0:&.3f the materials cost ;10*. the cost of the robot is a) $270 b) $32 c) $216 d) $ 6 !

A lady has fine glo'es and hats in her closet% 1* blue% 5& red and &5 yello!. The lights are out and it is totally dar( inspite of the dar(ness. #he can ma(e out the difference bet!een a hat and a glo'e. #he ta(es out an item out of the closet only if she is sure that if it is a glo'e. +o! many glo'es must she ta(e out to ma(e sure she has a pair of each coloura) 50 b) ! c) 60 d) 2 A man 8ogs at 0 mph o'er a certain 8ourney and !al(s o'er the same route at ) mph. /hat is his a'erage speed for the 8ourneya) m"h b) 5 m"h c) 2. m"h d) .! m"h #pores of a fungus called late blight gro! and spread infection rapidly. These pathogens !ere responsible for the 3rish potato famine of the mid%1"th century. These seem to ha'e attac(ed the tomato crops in <ngland this year. The tomato crops ha'e reduced and the price of the crop has risen up . The price has already gone up to ;)5 a box from ;&7 a box a month ago. +o! much more !ould a 'egetable 'endor need to pay to buy &7 boxes this month o'er !hat he !ould ha'e paid last montha) $27 b) $ 1! c) $ 5 d) $ !6 =i'en a collection of 50 points $ in the plane and a point equidistant from all points in $ !hich of the follo!ing are necessarily true#. The "oints in $ lie on a circle. %. The distance between an& "air of "oints in $ is lar'er than the distance between ( and a "oint in $ a) # and % b) Neither # nor % c) % onl& d) # onl& 3n the year &00& .ritain !as reported to ha'e had ).5m closed > circuit tele'ision 1CCT?2 cameras > one for e'ery 1) people in the country . This scrutiny is supposed to deter and detect crime. 3n one criminal case the police interrogates t!o suspects . The ratio bet!een the ages of the t!o suspects is 0:5 and the sum of their ages is 0:5 and the sum of their ages is 55 years. After ho! many years !ill the ratio be *:7.a) 11

b) 6 c) 10 d) 5 #usan made a bloc( !ith small cubes of * cubic cm 'olume to ma(e a bloc( 5 small cubes long " small cubes !ide and 5 small cubes deep. #he realizes that she has used more small cubes than she really needed. #he realized that she could ha'e glued a fe!er number of cubes together to loc( li(e a bloc( !ith same dimensions if it !ere made hollo!. /hat is the minimum number of cubes that she needs to ma(e the bloc(a) 11 b) 135 c) 21 d) 71 Alo( and .hanu play the follo!ing coins in a circle game. "" coins are arranged in a circle !ith each coin touching t!o other coin. T!o of the coins are special and the rest are ordinary. Alo( starts and the players ta(e turns remo'ing an ordinary coin of their choice from the circle and bringing the other coins closer until they again form a 1smaller2 circle. The goal is to bring the special coins ad8acent to each other and the first player to do so !ins the game. 3nitially the special coins are separated by t!o ordinary coins @1 and @&. /hich of the follo!ing is true a) )n order to win* #lo+ should remo,e -1 on his first turn. b) )n order to win* #lo+ should remo,e one of the coins different from -1 and -2 on his first turn. c) )n order to win* #lo+ should remo,e -2 on his first turn. d) #lo+ has no winnin' strate'&. Aamu B sangeetha !ent for biological analysis to a island !hich is 5)(m from their place. They tra'elled in a boat !hich !ent at a speed of &m4s. !hen they are in half a distance in the boat sangeetha note there are 7 leg B * leg octopuses under the !ater. Aamu counted the total number of legs of octopuses and got 5). #angeetha instantly said 3 (no! ho! many 7 leged octopuses are there under the !ater. They both reached the island after &0 min they left . +o! many se'en leged octopuses does sangeetha calculate1. 2. 5 3. 6 .7 #ns . Total number of le's of both 7 / ! le'ed octobus 0 5 . 1ind number of 7 le'ed octo"uses 2o from answer 37 le'ed octobus) 4 ( 0 5 .

537 le'ed octobus) 4 ( 0 5 . 5imilarl& do for all. The 6 &ou 'et should be e6actl& di,isible b& !. -nl& one answer will satisf& the condition. 9ote : &ou ma& find lot of nonsense stuff to test ,erbal abilit&. 7ust ta+e re8uired data alone. 1rom the ne6t 8uestion onwards ) "ost necessar& data onl&. Total number of !heels of bicycles B ) !heeled 'echicles is 5*. +o! many bicycles are there- 1 This question has more than 0 lines to test your 'erbal abilty2 #ns. similar to abo,e. 2o from answer 9hoices from answer3 2 wheelers) 4 ( 0 3!. ( should be e6actl& di,isible b& Cumbled sentences gi'en A$$AAD<<T. /hat is the meaning. $#:#;<<T #ns = %ird Eogical problem as(ing for the colour of beer #ns . >hite There are 1) spots. <ach spot has * seats. &* people seated in all the spots. 9o similar number people sat in any spot. +o! many spots left !ith no people at all #ns . 142434 454647 0 2!. 5o remanin' 7 s"ots has no "eo"le at all Can A has mil(. Can b had !ater. A spoon of mil( from can A is added to Can .. Then from the mixture same amount is ta(en from Can . and added to Can A. #ns . 9an # contains less item than item in 9an % There is a plane contains 5& points. All the 5& points ha'e equal distance from point x. >hich of the followin' is true #.#ll the 32 "oints lie in circle. %.The distance from 6 to all 32 "oints is less then the distance between each other #ns . # onl& +orse ran at speed of 5)(mph. $ony started after & hours. +orse ran for ) hours. /hat is the speed of pony#ns. 33 ? )@3 42) A cloc( gi'es ) tic(s consequeti'ely. After days it has become defecti'e B gi'es only & tic(s. /hat is the probability that cloc( produces 5 tic(s consequeti'ely. 1 out of #ns . 1@! A person points to a photo and says the main in the picture is the son of my fathers son. /hat is the relationship bet!een him B person in the photo#ns . hehimself There is a cloth of 155 yards length. F has to cut the cloth into 155 pieces. +e ta(es 5 seconds to cut each piece ho! much time he require to cut all 155 pieces-

#ns. 152?5 7errari is leading car manufacturer.G7errari #.p.A.G is an 3talian sports car. it has en8oyed great success. 3f Hohan,s 7errari is 5 times faster than his old H<AC<I<# !ich ga'e him 55 (mph if Hohan tra'elled )"0 (m in his ferrari the h! much time1hours2 he too(-#ns . 90@35?3 Cagan lies on Honday Tuesday /ednesday $radeep lies on /ednesday Thursday #aturday. Cagan says 3 didnJt lie yesterday. $radeep also says that 3 didnJt lie yesterday. /hat day is today#ns . 5unda& The ratio of current age of F and K is 5:7. After ho! many years their age becomes 7:"#ns . 5im"le ratio by using 1 & 5 ) 5 ho! many 5 digit no. can be formed !hich is di'isible by ) repetation of no. is allo!ed-#ns . 2500 3not sure) FKL&1 and FMKL15.ans of F B K !ill b in points..den x squareMy squareL-#ns . 5ol,e usin' 8uadratic e8n. &ou 'et 6 / & $erson tra'els from A% to b in "(m4hr and . to A in ) Dm4hr. /hat is the a'erage speed#ns . 239? )@94 7ind total cost to build a robot. The cost of spare parts use to bulid it is in the ratio ):5:5. The cost of spare parts are ;)0 ;50 ;00. #ns . sim"le ratio. ) donAt remember the 8uestion e6actl& but all &ou do is to add $ 04 $504$60 to 'et the answer $izza shops ma(e pizza of same thic(ess and diff diamester. Cost of *cm is *0 1& cm is &)0 &) cm is 7&0. /hich pizza gi'es best 'alue for money#ns . Bi,ide cost b& cm / com"are with others. Cint. Ta+e smallest one and multi"le till &ou 'et the lar'est "iDDa. Then com"are both &ou 'et the answer A'g mar(s of 5 sub is 01. #ix sub mar( is *". /hat is the a'erage after adding 0th#ns . 361?5) 4 !9@6 7ind number of 5Js bet!een 1 B 100#ns . 19

A pipe can fill a tan( at the rate 1 litre4hr the tan( is 145& filled in 0 hours. After ho! many ho!s the tan( is filled completely #ns E 1@16* 1@!* F* G* 1. #fter 5 hours. 1. Alice and .ob play the follo!ing coins%on%a%stac( game. &0 coins are stac(ed one abo'e the other. @ne of them is a special 1gold2 coin and the rest are ordinary coins. The goal is to bring the gold coin to the top by repeatedly mo'ing the topmost coin to another position in the stac(. Alice starts and the players ta(e turns. A turn consists of mo'ing the coin on the top to a position i belo! the top coin 10 N i N &02. /e !ill call this an i%mo'e 1thus a 0%mo'e implies doing nothing2. The pro'iso is that an i%mo'e cannot be repeatedO for example once a player ma(es a &%mo'e on subsequent turns neither player can ma(e a &%mo'e.3f the gold coin happens to be on top !hen it,s a player,s turn then the player !ins the game. 3nitially the gold coins the third coin from the top. Then:% H )n order to win* #liceIs first mo,e should be a 0Emo,e. H )n order to win* #liceIs first mo,e can be a 0Emo,e or a 1Emo,e. H )n order to win* #liceIs first mo,e should be a 1Emo,e. H #lice has no winnin' strate'&. &. 7or the 737A !orld cup $aul the octopus has been predicting the !inner of each match !ith amazing success. 3t is rumoured that in a match bet!een & teams A and . $aul pic(s A !ith the same probability as A,s chances of !inning. Eet,s assume such rumours to be true and that in a match bet!een =hana and .oli'ia =hana the stronger team has a probability of &45 of !inning the game. /hat is the probability that $aul !ill correctly pic( the !inner of the =hana%.oli'ia gameH @9 H 1@9 H 2@3 H 5@3 5. There are & cans A and . one of mil( and other of /ater resp. both of same qty..7irst one teaspoon of mil( from A can !as added to . can. Then one teaspoon from . can !as added to A can then !hich of the follo!ing is true... H 9an # contain more mil+ than water in can % H 9an # contain less mil+ than water in can % H both contain same 8t& of mil+ and water H No chan'e in both the can ). There are 5 materials to ma(e a perfume: Eilac .alsamic Eemon /oody and Himosaic. To ma(e a perfume that is in demand the follo!ing conditions are to be follo!ed: Eilac and .alsamic go together. /oody and Himosaic go togetherO /oody and .alsamic ne'er go together. Eemon can be added !ith any material. 1Actually they had also mentioned ho! much amount of one can be added !ith ho! much quantity of the otherO but that,s not needed for the question.2 All of the follo!ing combinations are possible to ma(e a perfume <FC<$T: H %alsamic and Jilac

H >ood& and Jemon H Kimosaic and >ood& H Kimosaic and Jilac 5. Alo( and .hanu play the follo!ing min%max game. =i'en the expression 9 L " M F M K > P !here F K and P are 'ariables representing single digits 10 to "2 Alo( !ould li(e to maximize 9 !hile .hanu !ould li(e to minimize it. To!ards this end Alo( chooses a single digit number and .hanu substitutes this for a 'ariable of her choice 1F K or P2. Alo( then chooses the next 'alue and .hanu the 'ariable to substitute the 'alue. 7inally Alo( proposes the 'alue for the remaining 'ariable. Assuming both play to their optimal strategies the 'alue of 9 at the end of the game !ould be H 27 H 0.0 H 20 H 1! 0. A sheet of paper has statements numbered from 1 to )0. 7or each 'alue of n from 1 to )0 statement n says QAt least n of the statements on this sheet are true.Q /hich statements are true and !hich are falseH The e,en numbered statements are true and the odd numbered are false. H The first 13 statements are true and the rest are false. H The first 26 statements are false and the rest are true. H The odd numbered statements are true and the e,en numbered are false. 7. 10 suspects are rounded by the police and questioned about a ban( robbery. @nly one of them is guilty. The suspects are made to stand in a line and each person declares that the person next to him on his right is guilty. The rightmost person is not questioned. /hich of the follo!ing possibilities are true#. #ll sus"ects are l&in' or the leftmost sus"ect is innocent. %. #ll sus"ects are l&in' and the leftmost sus"ect is innocent . H % onl& H Neither # nor % H # onl& H %oth # and % *. The citizens of planet nigiet are * fingered and ha'e thus de'eloped their decimal system in base 10. A certain street in nigiet contains 1000 1in base 102 buildings numbered 1 to 1000. +o! many 0s are used in numbering these buildingsH6 H 192 H5 H 256 ". =i'en 5 lines in the plane such that the points of intersection form a triangle !ith sides of length &0 &0 and 50 the number of points equidistant from all the 5 lines is

H0 H H3 H1 10. 50 people Ra1 a& ... a50S meet and sha(e hands in a circular fashion. 3n other !ords there are totally 50 handsha(es in'ol'ing the pairs Ra1 a&S Ra& a5S ... Ra55 a50S Ra50 a1S. Then size of the smallest set of people such that the rest ha'e sha(en hands !ith at least one person in the set is H 13 H 12 H 1! H 11 11. Alo( is attending a !or(shop Q+o! to do more !ith lessQ and today,s theme is /or(ing !ith fe!er digits . The spea(ers discuss ho! a lot of miraculous mathematics can be achie'ed if man(ind 1as !ell as !oman(ind2 had only !or(ed !ith fe!er digits. The problem posed at the end of the !or(shop is. +o! many 5 digit numbers can be formed using the digits 1 & 5 ) 5 1but !ith repetition2 that are di'isible by )- Can you help Alo( find the ans!erH 500 H 625 H 3125 H 375 1&. The 3T giant Tirnop has recently crossed a head count of 150000 and earnings of ;7 billion. As one of the forerunners in the technology front Tirnop continues to lead the !ay in products and ser'ices in 3ndia. At Tirnop all programmers are equal in e'ery respect. They recei'e identical salaries ans also !rite code at the same rate.#uppose 1& such programmers ta(e 1& minutes to !rite 1& lines of code in total. +o! long !ill it ta(e 7& programmers to !rite 7& lines of code in totalH6 H 12 H 1! H 72 15. After the typist !rites 1& letters and addresses 1& en'elopes she inserts the letters randomly into the en'elopes 11 letter per en'elope2. /hat is the probability that exactly 1 letter is inserted in an improper en'elopeH 12@1212 H0 H 1@12 H 11@12 1). A circular dartboard of radius 1 foot is at a distance of &0 feet from you. Kou thro! a dart at it and it hits the dartboard at some point 6 in the circle. /hat is the

probability that 6 is closer to the center of the circle than the peripheryH1 H 0.75 H 0.5 H 0.25 15. A hare and a tortoise ha'e a race along a circle of 100 yards diameter. The tortoise goes in one direction and the hare in the other. The hare starts after the tortoise has co'ered 145 of its distance and that too leisurely. The hare and tortoise meet !hen the hare has co'ered only 14* of the distance. .y !hat factor should the hare increase its speed so as to tie the raceH5 H 37.!0 H 0 H! 10. A greengrocer !as selling apple at a penny each chic(oos at & for a penny and peanuts at 5 for a penny. A father spent 7p and got the same amount of each type of fruit for each of his three children. /hat did each child getH 1 a""le* 1 chic+oos* 1 "eanut H 1 a""le* 2 chic+oos* 2 "eanuts H 1 a""le* 3 chic+oos* 2 "eanuts H 1 a""le* 2 chic+oos* 1 "eanuts 17. 7errari #.p.A. is an 3talian sports car manufacturer based in Haranello 3taly. 7ounded by <nzo 7errari in 1"&* as #cuderia 7errari the company sponsored dri'ers and manufactured race cars before mo'ing into production of street%legal 'ehicles in 1")7 as 7errari #.p.A.. Throughout its history the company has been noted for its continued participation in racing especially in 7ormula @ne !here it has en8oyed great success. Aohit once bought a 7errari. 3t could go & times as fast as Hohit,s old Hercedes. 3f the speed of Hohit,s Hercedes is 5& (m4hr and the distance tra'elled by the 7errari is "5& (m find the total time ta(en for Aohit to dri'e that distance. H 1 .!! H 76 H 29.75 H 15.!! 1*. The difference bet!een the ages of t!o of my three grandchildren is 5. Hy eldest grandchild is three times older than the age of my youngest grandchild and my eldest grandchild,s age is t!o years more than the ages of my t!o youngest grandchildren added together. +o! old is my eldest grandchildH 15 H 12 H 13 H 10

1". There are t!o boxes one containing 10 red balls and the other containing 10 green balls. Kou are allo!ed to mo'e the balls bet!een the boxes so that !hen you choose a box at random and a ball at random from the chosen box the probability of getting a red ball is maximized. This maximum probability is H3@ H 37@!! H 1 @2 H 1 @19 &0. The teacher is testing a student,s proficiency in arithmetic and poses the follo!ing question.145 of a number is 5 more than 140 of the same number. /hat is the number- Can you help the student find the ans!erH6 H 12 H 1! H 21 &1. @ne day Aapunzel meets I!arf and .yte in the 7orest of forgetfulness. #he (no!s that I!arf lies on Hondays Tuesdays and /ednesdays and tells the truth on the other days of the !ee(. .yte on the other hand lies on Thursdays 7ridays and #aturdays but tells the truth on the other days of the !ee(. 9o! they ma(e the follo!ing statements to Aapunzel % I!arf: Kesterday !as one of those days !hen 3 lie. .yte: Kesterday !as one of those days !hen 3 lie too. /hat day is itH 5unda& H Thursda& H Konda& H >ednesda& &&. There are t!o !ater tan(s A and . A is much smaller than .. /hile !ater fills at the rate of one litre e'ery hour in A it gets filled up li(e 10 &0 )0 *0 100 .. in tan( .. 1At the end of first hour . has 10 litres second hour it has &0 and so on2. 3f 145& of .,s 'olume is filled after 5 hours !hat is the total duration required to fill it completelyH7 H! H9 H 10 &5. A hollo! cube of size 5 cm is ta(en !ith a thic(ness of 1 cm. 3t is made of smaller cubes of size 1 cm. 3f ) faces of the outer surface of the cube are painted totally ho! many faces of the smaller cubes remain unpaintedH !00 H 500 H !! H 550

These are the 8uestions which i could remember. #mon' these 8uestions some of them were re"eated two to three times with different dataAs.

Technical 3nter'ie!
The technical round !ent for about &0%50 minutes. 3t !as 'ery simple. H Tell me about &ourself H >hat is &our area of interest H -ther than academics &our interest H :elate 9* 944* 7a,a* .Net with a sim"le "ro'ram3The& as+ed from the "ro'rammin' lan'ua'es i 'a,e in the resume) H >h& La,a is $latform )nde"endent H Mirtual function H >hat is )K5 H Braw 9ircular lin+ed list* real time e6am"le H >hat is )nheritance with :eal time e6am"le H :elate t&"es of inheritance with real time e6am"les H )nter,iewer was seein' m& mar+ sheets* from the subLects ) ha,e learned in the "re,ious semester she as+ed 8uestions li+e. E >hat u +now in s&stem software E To"olo'& with real time e6am"le E >hat is J#N* >#N* K#N E >hat ;ind of networ+ is %5NJ H >hat is a "rotocolN t&"es of "rotocol H Ctt"s H <6"lain &our "roLect Then she as+ed me do O ha,e an& 8uestionsNN #nd i as+ed here some of the thin's... 5he e6"lained it clearl&. Then she wished me all the best... ThatAs it... K& technical round was o,er

+A 3nter'ie!:
There were two "eo"le inter,iewin' me... H Tell me about &ourself H >h& T95 H >hat are T95 MaluesN The& as+ed me onl& these much 8uestions* and said u ma& lea,e... Than+ u ) wished them the same and left the "anel. )t 'ot o,er b& 2 th 7.00"m 1or some of them after a"titude there were onl& one round but it was combined 3Technical 4 C:) ) was a bit a ner,ous about the result.

#nd on 25th 5.30 "m the& announced the results. #nd ) was one amon' the selected candidates. $attern 1: 1. 31@2) of a number is 3 more than the 31@6) of the same numberN a) 6 b)7 c)! d)9 #olution: Eet the number be x 1114&2Gx2L5M11402Gx Then sol'e x 2. 31@3) of a number is 3 more than the 31@6) of the same numberN a) 6 b)16 c)1! d)21 3. 31@3) of a number is 6 more than the 31@6) of the same numberN a) 6 b)1! c)36 d)2 . 32@3) of a number is a) 6 b)! c)36 d)2 more than the 31@6) of the same numberN

5. 31@3) of a number is 5 more than the 31@6) of the same numberN a) 6 b)36 c)30 d)72 $attern &: 1. There are two water tan+s # and %* # is much smaller than %. >hile water fills at the rate of 1 liter e,er& hour in #* it 'ets filled u" li+e* 10* 20* 0*!0* 160P..in tan+ %. 3#t the end of first hour* % has 10 liters* second hour it has 20 liters and so on). )f tan+ % is 1@32 filled of the 21 hours* what is total duration of hours re8uired to fill it com"letel&N a) 26 %)25 c)5 d)27 5olution. for e,er& hour water in tan+ in % is doubled* Jet the duration to fill the tan+ % is 6 hours. 6@32 "art of water in tan+ of % is filled in 21 hours* Ne6t hour it is doubled so* 2?36@32) "art i.e 36@16) "art is filled in 22 hours* 5imilarl& 36@!)th "art in 23 hours*36@ )th "art is filled in 2 hours* 36@2)th "art is filled in 25 hours* 36)th "art is filled in 26 hours 5o answer is 26 hours. 2. There are two "i"es # and %. )f # filled 10 liters in an hour* % can fill 20 liters in same time. Ji+ewise % can fill 10* 20* 0* !0* 160P... )f % filled in 1@16 of a tan+ in 3 hours* how much time will it ta+e to fill the tan+ com"letel&N a) 9 %)! c)7 d)6 3. There are two water tan+s # and %* # is much smaller than %. >hile water fills at the rate of 1 liter e,er& hour in #* it 'ets filled u" li+e* 10* 20* 0*!0* 160P..in tan+ %. 1@! th of the tan+ % is filled in 22 hours. >hat is the time to fill the tan+ full&N a) 26 %)25 c)5 d)27

. # tan+ is filled with water. )n first hour 10 liters* second hours 20 liters* and third hour 0 liters and so onP)f time ta+en to fill F of the tan+ if 5 hours. >hat is the time ta+en to fill u" the tan+N a) 5 %)! c)7 d)12.5 5. )f a tan+ # can be filled within 10 hours and tan+ % can be filled F in 19 hours then* what is the time ta+en to fill u" the tan+ com"letel&N a) 21 %)3! c)57 d)76 $attern 5: 1. 6 "ersons standin' in 8ueue with different a'e 'rou"* after two &ears their a,era'e a'e will be 3 and se,enth "erson Loined with them. Cence the current a,era'e a'e has become 5. 1ind the a'e of se,enth "ersonN a) 3 b)69 c)52 d)31 5olution. Total a'e of 6 "ersons is 6 hours*after two &ears total a'e of 6 "ersons is 6412 #,era'e a'e of 6 "ersons is after two &ears is 3 5o 36412)@60 3*then sol,e 6* #fter 7th "erson is added then 3647th "erson a'e)@70 5 5o we will 'et 7th "erson a'e easil& 2. )n a mar+et men are standin'. The a,era'e a'e of the four before &ears is 5* after some da&s one man is added and his a'e is 9. >hat is the a,era'e a'e of allN a) 3 b) 5 c) 7 d) 9 3. )n a sho""in' mall with a staff of 5 members the a,era'e a'e is 5 &ears. #fter 5 &ears a "erson Loined them and the a,era'e a'e is a'ain 5 &ears. >hatAs the a'e of 6th "ersonN a) 25 b)20 c) 5 d)30 . )n a mar+et men are standin' .The a,era'e a'e of the four before 2 &ears is 55* after some da&s one man is added and his a'e is 5. >hat is the a,era'e a'e of allN a) 55 b)5 .5 c)5 .6 d)5 .7 $attern ): 1. )n the readin' room of a librar&* there are 23 readin' s"ots. <ach readin' s"ot consists of a round table with 9 chairs "laced around it. There are some readers such that in each occu"ied readin' s"ot there are different numbers of readers. )f in all there are 36 readers* how man& readin' s"ots do not ha,e e,en a sin'le readerN a)! b)none c)16 d)15 5olution. 23 readin' s"ots* <ach readin' s"ot consists of 9 chairs "laced around it so There are some readers such that in each occu"ied readin' s"ot there are different numbers of readers. 1or each table different no of "ersons are sat*so for first table 1 "erson is sit*2nd table 2 "ersons are sit 36 readers means3142434 4546474! so ! tables are filled so 23E!015 readin' s"ots does not ha,e sin'le reader.

2. )n the readin' room of a librar&* there are 10 tables* chairs "er table. )n each table there are different numbers of "eo"le seated. Cow man& tables will be left out without at least 1 "ersonN a) ! b)6 c)2 d)7 3. )n the readin' room of a librar&* there are 10 tables* chairs "er table. )n each table there are different numbers of "eo"le seated. Cow man& wa&s the& will sit in the librar& so that no chair would be blan+N a) ! b)6 c)2 d)7 $attern 5: 1. # man Lo's at 6 m"h o,er a certain Lourne& and wal+s o,er the same route at >hat is his a,era'e s"eed for the Lourne&N a) 2. m"h b) .! m"h c) m"h d) 5 m"h 5olution. #,era'e s"eed032?6?&)@364&) m"h.

2. # man tra,els from # to % at m"h o,er a certain Lourne& and returns o,er the same route to #* at 5 m"h. >hat is his a,era'e s"eed for the Lourne&N a) . m"h b) .! m"h c) .!!7 m"h d)5 m"h 3. # "erson is roc+ climbin' at an altitude of !00 m. Ce 'o u" b& 7 m"h. and come down b& 9 m"h. what was his a,era'e s"eedN a) 7.!75 m"h b) 7.125 m"h c) 7m"h d) 7.5 m"h . 1ind a,era'e s"eed if a man tra,els at s"eed of 2 +m"h u" and 36+m"h down at an altitude of 200mN a) 2!.! m"h b) 27.! m"h c) 27.5m"h d) 30 m"h 5. $erson tra,els to a hill* if he 'oes from # to % with s"eed of +m"h and returns bac+ to % with s"eed of 5+m"h. >hat is his a,era'e s"eed of Lourne&N a) .5+m"h b) . +m"h c) 9+m"h d) .2 5+m"h 6. # man tra,els from # to % at 70 m"h o,er a certain Lourne& and returns o,er the same route to #* at !0 m"h. >hat is his a,era'e s"eed for the Lourne&N a) 7 .66 b)75 c)7 .33 d)7 .99 7. 1ind a,era'e s"eed if a man tra,els at s"eed of 2 +m"h u" and 36+m"h down at an altitude of 200m. a) 2!.! b)2! c)27 d)2!.6 $attern 0 1. 5usan made a bloc+ with small cubes of ! cubic cm ,olume to ma+e a bloc+ *3 small cubes lon'* 9 small cubes wide and 5 small cubes dee". 5he realiDes that she has used more small cubes than she reall& needed. 5he realiDed that she could ha,e 'lued a fewer

number of cubes to'ether to loc+ li+e a bloc+ with same dimensions* if it were made hollow. >hat is the minimum number of cubes that she needs to ma+e the bloc+N a) 11 b) 135 c) 21 d) 71 5olution. ) do not +now "erfectl& but ) 'ot some solutions from internet ) do not +now correctl& whether it is tru e or not*333?9?5))E333E2)?39E2)?35E2)) so answer is 11 . 2. # bo& wants to ma+e cuboids of dimension 5m* 6m and 7m from small cubes of .03 m3. Jater he realiDed he can ma+e same cuboids b& ma+in' it hollow. Then it ta+es some cubes less. >hat is the number of the cubes to be remo,edN a) 2000 b) 5000 c) 3000 d) 7000 3. 5mita was ma+in' a cube with dimensions 5?5?5 usin' 1?1?1 cubes. >hat is the number of cubes needed to ma+e a hollow cube loo+in' of the same sha"eN a) 9! b) 10 c) 100 d) 61 . Jeena cut small cubes of 10 cm dimension each. 5he Loined it to ma+e a cuboid of len'th 100 cm* width 50 cm and de"th 50 cm. Cow man& more cubes does she need to ma+e a "erfect cubeN a)500 b)250 c)750 d)650 5. Jeena cut small cubes of 3 cubic cm each. 5he Loined it to ma+e a cuboid of len'th 10 cm* width 3 cm and de"th 3 cm. Cow man& more cubes does she need to ma+e a "erfect cubeN a) 910 b) 250 c) 750 d) 650 6. # lad& builds 9cm len'th* 10cm width*3cm hei'ht bo6 usin' 1 cubic cm cubes. >hat is the minimum number of cubes re8uired to build the bo6N a) 730 b) 270 c) 720 d) 310 $attern *: 1. 3 0? 0? 0 = 31?31?31)@3 0? 04 0?31431?31)0N a)! b)9 c)71 d)51 5olution. a3 Eb3 03aEb)?3a24a?b4b2) so from this formula we will find 3aEb) ,alue 2. 39!?9!?9! = 73?73?73)@3 9!?9!?9! = 73?73?73)0N a).171 b). c). 20 d). 15 3. 3209?1 )Q2 4 3209?209)43209?1 )431 ?1 a)905!63729 b)90536!729 c)90572936! d)65 $attern ": 1. 33 643&)435649&))@35645&) 0 N as 36@2&) 0 2 a)! b)none c)16 d)15 5olution. substitute 60 & in abo,e we can find solution )0N

2. 6@2& 0 2a*then 26@6E2a&0N a) b)! c)16 d)2 3. 3(@5R 0 5R@3(P..1ind the ,alue of (@R a)3@5 b)5@3 c)2@5 d)5@2 . >hat is the ,alue of 33(4!R)@3(E2R)* if (@2R02 a)! b)none c)10 d)13 5. 3 643&)435649&))@35645&) 0 N as 36@2&) 0 2 a) !@5 b) 6@5 c) 7@5 d) 9@5 6. 33 642&)@3 6E2&)0 N as 36@2&) 0 2 a)!@7 b)9@7 c)11@7 d)6@7 $attern 10: 1. # 'irl has to ma+e "iDDa with different to""in's. There are ! different to""in's. )n how man& wa&s can she ma+e "iDDas with 2 different to""in'sN a)16 b)56 c)112 d)2! 5olution. !c2 2. # "iDDa sho" made "iDDas with man& fla,ors. There are 10 different fla,ors* in that 7 fla,ors are ta+en to ma+e "iDDa. )n how man& wa&s the& can arran'eN a)2 0 b)120 c)65 d)210 3. # "iDDa sho" made "iDDas with man& fla,ors. There are 9 different fla,ors* in that 2 fla,ors are ta+en to ma+e "iDDa. )n how man& wa&s the& can arran'eN a)16 b)26 c)36 d) 6 $attern 11: 1. 3* 22* 7* 5* 15*N * 31 a)91 b)151 c)90 d)5 2. ! 6 17 1 35 31 75 S 1 3N 3. )ns"ired b& 1ibonacci series 5an'eet decided to create his own series which is 1* 2* 3* 7* 7* 22* 15* 67* 31* S* 63N a)202 b)31 c)76 d) 9 . 3* 12* 7* 26* 15* N a)5 b)27 c)10! d)31 5. 1T 4 2T 4 PP. 4 50T0N a)3.1035?10Q6 b)2.1021?10Q65 c)3.1035?10Q63 d)3.1035?10Q62 6. 1* 2* 3* 6* 7* 1 * S* 32N

7. 5* 9* 12* 1!* 26* 36* 7* 72* SN a)75 b)135 c)100 d)55 !. 3* 15* 6* 51* 53*159*161 a)17 b)3 c)5 d)112 $attern 1&: 1. 5im"le 8uestion but bi' one on a,era'e a'e.sth li+e a* b* c wei'hted se"aratel& 1st a* b* c *then a/ b* then b /c *then c / a at last abc* the last wei'ht was 167*then what will be the a,era'e wei'ht of the 7 readin'N a)95 b)95. 2! c)95. 5 d)9 5olution. last wei'ht abc is 167i.e three "ersons wei'ht is 167 .in first 6 combinations a*b*c*ab*bc*ac i.e a chec+ed wei'ht for 3 times totall& li+e that band c also so total wei'ht in all 7 combinations is 3 ?167) #,era'e is 366!@7)095. 2 $attern 15: 1. # to& train "roduces 10 different sounds when it mo,es around a circular to& trac+ of radius 5 m at 10 m "er min. Cowe,er* the to& train is defecti,e and it now "roduces onl& 2 different tunes at random. >hat are the odds that the train "roduces for consecuti,e music tones of the same t&"eN a) 1 in 16 %)1 in c)1 in ! d)1 in 32 5olution. initiall& it "roduces 10 sounds and the defect came and now it "roduces onl& 2 different sounds and consecuti,el& so there are totall& 2 sounds and we ha,e to select on sound and the "robabilit& is G and it "roduces the same sound concecuti,el& for 2 times so the "robabilit& becomes G?1@2 ie F 2. # car manufacturer "roduces onl& red and blue models which come out of the final testin' area at random. >hat are the odds that fi,e consecuti,e cars of same color will come throu'h the test area at an& one timeN a)1 in 16 b)1 in 125 c)1 in 32 d)1 in 25 $attern 15: 1. # trian'le is made from a ro"e. The sides of the trian'le are 25 cm* 11 cm and 31 cm. >hat will be the area of the s8uare made from the same ro"eN a)2!0.5625 b)2 0.5625 c)2!0.125 d)2 0 5olution. add all sides 25411431 to 'et ro"e len'th ro"e len'th 067*ro"e is made in to as s8uare 5o side of s8uare is 67@ 016.75 and so area is 16.75?16.7502!0.5625 2. # trian'le is made from a ro"e. The sides of the trian'le are 21 cm* 2 cm and 2! cm. >hat will be the area of the s8uare made from the same ro"eN a)2!0.5625 b)333.0625 c)333.0125 d) 00 $attern 16. 1. >hat is the distance between the DEinterce"t from the 6E interce"t in the e8uation a64b&4cD4d00 5olution. interce"t form e8uation

2. >hat is the distance of the DEinterce"t from the 6Einterce"t in the e8uation a64b&4cD0d 3) do not remember the ,alues of a* b* c* d). $attern 17: 1. # scientist was researchin' on animal beha,ior in his lab. Ce was ,er& interested in anal&Din' the beha,ior of bear. 1or some reason he tra,elled 1mile in north direction / reached at North $ole. There he saw a bear. Ce then followed the bear around 1 hr with a s"eed of 2+m@hr in east direction. #fter that he tra,elled in south direction / reached at his lab in2 hrs. Then what is the color of the bearN a)white b)blac+ c)'ra& d)brown #olution is :>hite .abo,e all the matter is nonsense $attern%1*: 1. -ut of 7 children the &oun'est is bo& then find the "robabilit& that all the remainin' children are bo&s a)1@6 b)1@32 c)1@12! d)1@256 $attern 1": 1. Osha bou'ht a linen cloth and ro"e to build a tent. )f the ro"e is 153 m lon' and it is to be cut into "ieces of 1m len'th* then how man& cuts are to be made to cut the ro"es into 153 "iecesN a)153 b)152 c)15 d)155 5olution.to ma+e it 153 "ieces we ha,e to cut 152 times so ob,iousl& after last cut we 'ot 153rd "iece 2. # "erson has to ma+e 1 6 "ieces of a lon' bar. Ce ta+es seconds to cut a "iece. >hat is the total time ta+en b& him in seconds to ma+e 1 6 "iecesN a)5! b)5!0 c)730 d)725 5olution.1 6 "ieces means 1 5 cuts so for each cut it ta+es seconds means total time 1 5? 05!0 3. # "erson has to ma+e 1 1 "ieces of a lon' bar. Ce ta+es 2 seconds to cut a "iece. >hat is the total time ta+en b& him in seconds to ma+e 1 1 "iecesN a)560 b)2!0 c)112 d)32 $attern &0: 1. 5"ores of a fun'us* called late bli'ht* 'row and s"read infection ra"idl&. These "atho'ens were res"onsible for the )rish "otato famine of the midE19th centur&. These seem to ha,e attac+ed the tomato cro"s in <n'land this &ear. The tomato cro"s ha,e reduced and the "rice of the cro" has risen u". The "rice has alread& 'one u" to $ 5 a bo6 from $27 a bo6 a month a'o. Cow much more would a ,e'etable ,endor need to "a& to

bu& 27 bo6es this month o,er what he would ha,e "aid last monthN a) $27 b)$ 1! c)$ 5 d)$ !6 5olution. see last 3 lines onl& answer is 5E2701! $attern &1: 1. # $erson bu&s a horse for 15 "onds* after one &ear he sells it for 20 "ounds. #fter one &ear* a'ain he bu&s the same horse at 30 "ounds and sells it for 0 "ounds. >hat is the "rofit for that "ersonN 5olution. here we cannot consider de"reciation or deca& of item accto answer so 'o acc to answer Totall& 5410015$"rofit $attern &&: 1. 7ohn bu&s a c&cle for 31 dollars and 'i,en a che8ue of amount 35 dollars. 5ho" ;ee"er e6chan'ed the che8ue with his nei'hbor and 'a,e chan'e to 7ohn. #fter 2 da&s* it is +nown that che8ue is bounced. 5ho" +ee"er "aid the amount to his nei'hbor. The cost "rice of c&cle is 19 dollars. >hat is the "rofit@loss for sho" +ee"erN a)loss 23 b)'ain 23 c)'ain 5 d)Joss 5 5olution. loss 0chan'e of mone& 'i,en to Lohn3 $)4actual c&cle cost 19$023$ loss $attern &5: 1. # lad& has fine 'lo,es and hats in her closetE 1! blue* 32 red* and 25 &ellow. The li'hts are out and it is totall& dar+. )n s"ite of the dar+ness* she can ma+e out the difference between a hat and a 'lo,e. 5he ta+es out an item out of the closet onl& if she is sure that if it is a 'lo,e. Cow man& 'lo,es must she ta+e out to ma+e sure she has a "air of each colorN a)50 b)! c)60 d) 2 2. # lad& has fine 'lo,es and hats in her closetE 1 blue* 20 red* and 1! &ellow. The li'hts are out and it is totall& dar+. )n s"ite of the dar+ness* she can ma+e out the difference between a hat and a 'lo,e. 5he ta+es out an item out of the closet onl& if she is sure that if it is a 'lo,e. Cow man& 'lo,es must she ta+e out to ma+e sure she has a "air of each colorN 3. # lad& has fine 'lo,es and hats in her closetE 13 blue* 27 red* and 0 &ellow. The li'hts are out and it is totall& dar+. )n s"ite of the dar+ness* she can ma+e out the difference between a hat and a 'lo,e. 5he ta+es out an item out of the closet onl& if she is sure that if it is a 'lo,e. Cow man& 'lo,es must she ta+e out to ma+e sure she has a "air of each colorN . # lad& has fine 'lo,es and hats in her closetE 25blue* 7 red* and 9 &ellow. The li'hts are out and it is totall& dar+. )n s"ite of the dar+ness* she can ma+e out the difference between a hat and a 'lo,e. 5he ta+es out an item out of the closet onl& if she is sure that if

it is a 'lo,e. Cow man& 'lo,es must she ta+e out to ma+e sure she has a "air of each colorN 5. # lad& has fine 'lo,es and hats in her closetE 26 blue* 30 red* and 56 &ellow. The li'hts are out and it is totall& dar+. )n s"ite of the dar+ness* she can ma+e out the difference between a hat and a 'lo,e. 5he ta+es out an item out of the closet onl& if she is sure that if it is a 'lo,e. Cow man& 'lo,es must she ta+e out to ma+e sure she has a "air of each colorN $attern &): 1. 5an'a+ara and $ontin' selects battin' b& usin' a dice* but dice is biased. 5o to resol,e* $ontin' ta+es out a coin. >hat is the "robabilit& that coin shows correct o"tionN a)1@2 b)1@6 c)1@12 d)6@10 5olution is G. 2. There is a die with 10 faces. )t is not +nown that fair or not. 2 ca"tains want to toss die for battin' selection. >hat is the "ossible solution amon' the followin'N a) )f no. is odd it is head* if no. is e,en it is tail b) )f no. is odd it is tail* if no. is e,en it is head c) Toss a die until all the 10 di'its a""ear on to" face. #nd if first no. in the se8uence is odd then consider it as tail. )f it is e,en consider it as head. $attern &5: 1. )n a famil& there are some bo&s and 'irls. #ll bo&s told that the& are ha,in' e8ual no of brothers and sisters and 'irls told that the& are ha,in' twice the no. of brothers than sisters. Cow man& bo&s and 'irls "resent in a famil&N a) bo&s and 3 'irls b)3 bo&s and 'irls c)2 bo&s and 5 'irls d)5 bo&s and 2 'irls $attern &0. 1. 10men and 10 women are there* the& dance with each other* is there "ossibilit& that 2 men are dancin' with same women and ,ice ,ersaN a)22 b)20 c)10 d)none 2. There are 100 men and 100 women on the dance floor. The& want to dance with each other. Then which of the followin' statements is alwa&s true. a) There are 2 men who danced with e8ual no. of womenAs b) There are 2 women who danced with e8ual no. of men a) both a and b b)onl& a c)onl& b d)none $attern &7: 1. KiddleE earth is a fictional land inhabited b& hobbits* el,es* dwar,es and men. The hobbits and el,es are "eaceful creatures that "refer slow* silent li,es and a""reciate

nature and art. The dwar,es and the men en'a'e in "h&sical 'ames. The 'ame is as follows. # tournament is one where out of the two teams that "la& a match* the one that loses 'et eliminated. The matches are "la&ed in different rounds* where in e,er& roundU half of the teams 'et eliminated from the tournament. )f there are ! rounds "la&ed in +noc+ out tournament* how man& matches were "la&edN a)257 b)256 c)72 d)255 5olution. do not +now "erfect lo'ic 2! 2. # 'ame is "la&ed between 2 "la&ers and one "la&er is declared as winner. #ll the winners from first round are "la&ed in second round. #ll the winners from second round are "la&ed in third round and so on. )f ! rounds are "la&ed to declare onl& one "la&er as winner* how man& "la&ers are "la&ed in first roundN a)256 b)512 c)6 d)12! $attern &*: 1. Ketal stri" of width V6A cm. 2 metal stri"s are "laced one o,er the other* then the combine len'th of 2 stri"s is V&A. )f VDA stri"s are "laced in that manner. >hat is the final width of that arran'ementN 2. #* %* 9* B* < are there amon' #* %* 9 are bo&s and B* < are 'irls B is to the left of # and no 'irl sits at the middle and at the e6temes. Then what is the order of their sittin's. $attern &". 1. There is 7 friends 3#1* #2* #3....#7).)f #1 ha,e to ha,e sha+e with all without re"eat. Cow man& handsha+es "ossibleN a)6 b)21 c)2! d)7 5olution.1or handsha+es t&"e 8uestion i am confirmin' u that if the there are n members are there Candsha+es are 'i,en in linear manner 0nE13last "erson cannot 'i,e hand sha+e to first "erson) Candsha+es are 'i,en in c&clic manner 0n3last "erson can 'i,e hand sha+e to first "erson) %ut i do not +now "erfectl& for re"etition it is nc2 2. 9 members attended the "art&. )n that 22 are males* 17 are females. The sha+e hands between males* females* male and female. Total 12 "eo"le 'i,en sha+e hands. Cow man& such +inds of such sha+e hands are "ossibleN a)122 b)66 c) ! d)12! $attern 30. 1. % is taller than L and 3 "illars. $ is shorter than % and 2 "illars is L shorter@taller than $N a)&es b)no c)ma& be d)canAt find 2. There are 1000 "illars for a tem"le. 3 friends Jinda* 9helse&* 7uli ,isited that tem"le. 35ome unrelated stuff) Jinda is taller than 9helsea and taller than 2 of 1000 "illars. 7ulia is shorter than Jinda. 1ind the correct sentenceN a) Jinda is shorter amon' them b) 9helsea is taller than 7ulia c) 9helsea is shorter than 7ulia d) 9annot determine who is taller amon' 9helsea and 7ulia $atternE31 1. <ntr& tic+et to an e6hibition ran'es from 1" to 31". Rou need to "ro,ide e6act chan'e at the counter. Rou ha,e 31" coin. )n how man& "arts will u di,ide 31" so that u will "ro,ide the e6act chan'e re8uired and carr& as less coins as "ossibleN a) b)5 c)6 d)7

5olution. in btech we studied ! 2 1 code for binar& s&stem in di'ital lo'ic "roceed in that wa& for answer it is 16 ! 2 1 if u add all we will 'et 31 so 5 coins re8uired $attern 32 1. $eter and $aul are two friends. The sum of their a'es is 35 &ears. $eter is twice as old as $aul was when $eter was as old as $aul is now. >hat is the "resent a'e of $eterN a)! b)20 c)16 d)15 $attern 55 1. 20 men handsha+e with each other without re"etition. >hat is the total number of handsha+es madeN a)190 b)210 c)150 d)250 2.10 "eo"le are there* the& are sha+in' hands to'ether* how man& hand sha+es "ossible* if the& are in no "air of c&clic se8uence. a) 5 b)9 c)12 d)10 $attern 5) 1. )f there are 2 wheelers and wheelers "ar+ed in a school located at the heart of the cit&* find the number of wheelers "ar+ed there if there were 20 two wheelers "ar+ed there a) ! b)50 c)52 d)6 5olution. "roceed with answer is best in 8uestion the& will 'i,e total no of wheels 2. )f there are 2 wheelers and wheelers "ar+ed in a school located at the heart of the cit&* find the number of wheelers "ar+ed there if there were 5! wheels are "ar+ed there a)10 b)33 c)22 d)none $attern 55 1. # man whose a'e is 5 &rs has 3 sons named 7ohn* 7ill* Lac+. Ce went to a "ar+ wee+l& twice. Ce lo,es his sons ,er& much. -n a certain da& he found the sho" +ee"ers sellin' different thin's. #n a""le cost 1"enn&* 2chocalate costs 1"enn& / 3 bananas cost 1 "enn&. Ce has bou'ht e8ual number of a""le* chocolate / banana for each son. )f the total amount he in,est is 7 "enn& then how man& he has bou'ht from each "iece for his sonN a)1a""*1cho*1 banana b)1 a""*2cho*3 banana c)1a""*2cho*1banana 2. -ne "erson had three children. Ce had 7 "ennies. 1ind the distribution of the fruits amon' the three children. # melon costs 1 "enn&* 2 oran'es cost 1 "enn& and 3 'ra"es cost 1 "enn& a)2 melons* 1 oran'e* 1 'ra"e b) 2 melons* 2 oran'e* 1 'ra"e c) 1 melons* 2 oran'e* 1 'ra"e. $attern 50

1) The a'e of the two friends were in the ration of 6.5.)f the sum of their a'es is 55.Then after how man& &ears their ratio will become !.7N a)11 b)7 c)10 d)12 5olution.66456055* so 605*"ut first ratio after substitution is 36?5)@35?5) and second ratio is 0@35 5o difference in numerators 0E30010 &ears 2)The a'e of the two friends were in the ration of 6.5.)f the sum of their a'es is 66.Then after how man& &ears their ratio will become 7.6N a)11 b)6 c)10 d)12 3) The a'e of the two friends were in the ration of 2.3.)f the sum of their a'es is 55.Then after how man& &ears their ratio will become .5N a)11 b)33 c)22 d) $attern 37 1)# ,olume of 10936 l water is in a container of s"here.Cow man& semis"here of ,olume l each will be re8uired to tranfer all the water into the small semis"heresN a)2!12 b)!231 c)273 d) 222 $attern 5* 1)# "erson ismanufacturin' a house.Ce bou'ht 20 ro"es of wire which has a densit& of 300 ;'@m3.The hei'ht of the buildin' to be constructed is 0 m.)f the ca"acit& of the current "assed in the wire is 20 # and the ,olta'e ca"acit& is !0 Molts.Then what will be the o""osin' force to the current if the wire is used N a)2 b) c)! d)1600 5olution. ohms law M0):*-""osin' force of current is resistance*:0,@i $attern 5" 1)# horse chases a "on& 2 hours after the "on& runs.Corse ta+es 3 hours to reach the "on&.)f the a,era'e s"eed of the horse is !1;m"h.Then what is the a,era'e s"eed of the "on&N a) 6. b)51 c)53. d) !.6 5olution.Corse ta+es 3 hours to co,er the distance $on& ta+es 342 05 hours to co,er the same distance*Melocit&0distance@time*distance tra,elled b& them is e8ual it is !1?302 3+m*s"eed of "on&02 3@50 !.6 2) # horse chases a "on& 3 hours after the "on& runs. Corse ta+es hours to reach the "on&. )f the a,era'e s"eed of the horse is 35 +m"h* what s the a,era'e s"eed of the "on&N $attern )0

1)The difference between two no is 9 and the "roduct of the two is 1 .>hat is the s8uare of their sumN a)120 b)130 c)137 d)1 5 #olution: aEb09*ab01 *3aEb)20a24b2E2?a?b 2) The sum of two no is 5 and the "roduct of the two is 1 .>hat is the sum of their s8uaresN 3) The sum of the s8uares of two no is 12 and their sum is 15.1ind the "roduct of the two noN $attern )1 1) -n "lanet +orba* a solar blast has melted the ice ca"s on its e8uator. 9 &ears after the ice melts* tin& "lanetoids called echina start 'rowin' on the roc+s. <china 'rows in the form of circle* and the relationshi" between the diameter of this circle and the a'e of echina is 'i,en b& the formula d 0 ?W 3tE9) for t X 9 where d re"resents the diameter in mm and t the number of &ears since the solar blast.7a'an recorded the radius of some echina at a "articular s"ot as 7mm. Cow man& &ears bac+ did the solar blast occurN a) 17 b)21.25 c)12.25 d)1 .05 5olution. radius 07mm*then diameter 2?radius*substitude diameter d in abo,e e8uation u will 'et answer $attern )& 1)# man 'oes 50;m north * then turned left wal+ed 0;m* then turned ri'ht N )n which direction he isN a)North b)5outh c)<ast d)>est $attern )5 1) )n T.Na'ar the buildin' were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how man& As will be "resent in the numbersN a)1! b)19 c)20 d)21. 5olution.&ou ha,e to count and answer but be "re"are with answer 2) )n T.Na'ar the buildin' were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how man& 6As will be "resent in the numbersN a)1! b)19 c)20 d)21 3) )n T.Na'ar the buildin' were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how man& 1As will be "resent in the numbersN a)1! b)19 c)20 d)21 ) )n T.Na'ar the buildin' were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how man& 0As will be "resent in the numbersN a)1! b)19 c)20 d)11

$attern )) 1) # number when di,ided b& B lea,es a remainder of ! and when di,ided b& 3B lea,es a remainder of 21. >hat is the remainder left* when twice the number is di,ided b& 3BN a) 13 b) cannot be determined c) 3 d) 2 $attern )5 1.) 1errari 5.$.# is an )talian s"orts car manufacturer based in Karanello* )tal&. 1ounded b& <nDo 1errari in 192! as 5cuderia 1errari* the com"an& s"onsored dri,ers and manufactured race cars before mo,in' into "roduction of streetEle'al ,ehicles in 19 7 as 1errari 5.$.#. Throu'hout its histor&* the com"an& has been noted for its continued "artici"ation in racin'* es"eciall& in 1ormula -ne where it has em"lo&ed 'reat success .:ohit once bou'ht a 1errari. )t could 'o times as fast as KohanIs old Kercedes. )f the s"eed of KohanIs Kercedes is 35 +m@hr and the distance tra,eled b& the 1errari is 90 +m* find the total time ta+en for :ohit to dri,e that distance. a) 20.72 b) 3.5 c) 23!.25 d) 6.1! 5olution. s"eed of 1errari 0 ?3501 0*time0distance@,elocit&* 2) 1errari 5.$.# is an )talian s"orts car manufacturer based in Karane llo* )tal&. 1ounded b& <nDo 1errari in 192! as 5cuderia 1errari* the com"an& s"onsored dri,ers and manufactured race cars before mo,in' into "roduction of streetEle'al ,ehicles in 19 7 as 1errari 5.$.#. Throu'hout its histor&* the com"an& has been noted for its continued "artici"ation in racin'* es"eciall& in 1ormula -ne where it has em"lo&ed 'reat success .:ohit once bou'ht a 1errari. )t could 'o times as fast as KohanIs old Kercedes. )f the s"eed of KohanIs Kercedes is 6 +m@hr and the distance tra,eled b& the 1errari is 953 +m* find the total time ta+en for :ohit to dri,e that distance. a) 20.72 b) 5.1! c) 23!.25 d) 6.1! $attern )0 1) # sheet of "a"er has statements numbered from 1 to 70. 1or all ,alues of n from 1 to 70. 5tatement n sa&s I #t least n of the statements on this sheet are false. V>hich statements are true and which are falseN a) The e,en numbered statements are true and the odd numbered are false. b) The odd numbered statements are true and the e,en numbered are false. c) The first 35 statements are true and the last 35 are false. d) The first 35 statements are false and the last 35 are false. $attern )7 1) # man 'oes north 37+m.turns left 'oes 2+m.turns ri'ht 'oes 17+m.turns ri'ht 'oes 2+m. find distance b@w startin' endin' "oint. a) 5 b) 27 c) !1 d) 67 $attern )*

1) )f there are 30 cans out of them one is "oisoned if a "erson tastes ,er& little he will die within 1 hours so if there are mice to test and 2 hours to test* how man& mices are re8uired to find the "oisoned canN a) 3 b) 2 c) 6 d) 1 $attern )" 1) )f a and b are mi6ed in 3.5 ration and b and c are mi6ed in !.5 ration if the final mi6ture is 35 liters* find the amount of bN #) 13.3 b) 15.73 c) 16.73 d) 9. 5 5olution. sol,e for a.b.c*then b ratio is b@3a4b4c)?35 $attern 50 1) )f we subtract a number with &* we 'et itself... 1ind that numberNN #) 13 b) 12 c) 1 d) 11 $attern 51 1) )t is the class with the seatin' arran'ement in rows and ! columns. >hen the teacher sa&s IstartI the 'irl who is sittin' in first row and first column will sa& 1* then the ne6t 'irl sittin' behind her will sa& * the ne6t 'irl sittin' behind that 'irl will sa& 7* in a "articular order each 'irl is tellin' a number* the followin' 'irls told 10* 13 ne6t turn is &ours what u will sa&N a) 15 b) 17 c) 1 d) 16 5olution. it is a series 1* *7*10*13........... $attern 5& 1) )t is dar+ in m& bedroom and ) want to 'et two soc+s of the same color from m& drawer* which contains 2 red and 2 blue soc+s. Cow man& soc+s do ) ha,e to ta+e from the drawer to 'et at least two soc+s of the same colorN #) 2 b) 3 c) ! d) 25 2) Jad& has 2 select 'lo,es / hat from a bas+et. )n the dar+* she can distin'uish hat/'lo,es.1 red* 20blue* 1!'reen r there. 1ind "robabilit& that an& selected 'lo,e "air has same color. 3). # lad& had fine 'lo,es and hats. 25 blue* 7 red and 9're&. 5he had to select a "air amon' them. %ut there was no li'ht so she had to select in dar+ness the correct "air with a 'lo,e and a hat. Therefore how man& combinations of same color she can selectN $attern 55 increase of number* once it 'ot di,ided b& &

1) )f the MalentineAs Ba& in 2005 falls on Konda&* then on which da& will the MalentineAs Ba& fall on 2010N #) 5aturda& b) Thursda& c) >ednesda& d) 5unda& $attern 5) 1. # "erson run from # to %.Ce too+ F of the time less to reach % when com"are to run at normal 5"eed.Then how man& "ercenta'e he has increased his s"eedN a) 0 b) . c) 33.3 d) 22.2 5olution. i do not +now "erfectl& but i ha,e sim"le lo'ic*1E31@ )033@ )*then re,erse it so it is @301.333*1.33E1033.33 li+e this 2. #n athlete decides to run the same distance in 1@ th less time that she usuall& too+. %& how much "ercent will she ha,e to increase her a,era'e s"eedN a) 0 b) . c)33.3 d)22.2 $attern 55 1. )n a buildin' there are 5 rooms.<ach ha,in' a e8ual area .The len'th of the room is m and breadht is 5 m.The hei'ht of the rooms are 2m.)f 17 bric+s are needed to ma+e a s8uare meter then how man& bric+s are needed to ma+e the floor of a "articular roomN a)320 b)3!0 c)3 0 d)300 5olution. area of the room is len'th?breadth0 ?5020m2*1or one s8uare meter it ta+es 17 bric+s*1or 20m2 total no of bric+s are 17?2003 0* $attern 50 1. -ne man want to build a wall .The len'th and breadth of the wall are 20 and 30 res"ecti,el&. Ce need 35 bric+s for one s8uare centimeter then how man& bric+s he needN a)21*500 b)30*000 c)21*000 d)20*000 $attern 57 1. )n a hotel we can order two t&"es of ,arities*but we can ma+e 6 more ,ariteis in home.-ne can choose the four ,arities with two from hotel as must.1ind how man& wa&s one can order. a)1 b)15 c)56 d)2! $attern 5* 1. )f a "i"e can fill the tan+ within 6hrs.%ut due to lea+ it ta+es 30 min more.Now the tan+ is full then how much time will it ta+e to em"t& the tan+ throu'ht the lea+.N a)7! b)56 c)66 d)59 $attern 59 1.The bacteria has the "robabilit& of s"lit into 3 and "robabilit& to die is 1@3rd of the total bacteria.Jet the "robabilit& is $.5ome of them sur,i,ed with "robabilit& 1@5.Then which amon' the followin' relation is trueN a)$01@341@5?3 b)$01@5?31@!E3)

2. There is a bacteria which has the "robabilit& of die 1@3 of its total number or it ma& tri"led. 1ind out the "robabilit& #. $01@3432@3?"Q3) %. $02@3432@3?"Q3) 9. $02@3431@3?"Q3) B $02@3432@3?"Q3) $attern 00 1. There was a 'rand mother in a ,illa'e who had a 'rand child.O"on as+in' her 'rand childs a'e she told that she is as older as man& da&s old as her dau'hters a'e in wee+s and as man& da&s as her own a'e in &ears.The sum of the three is 130.then how old is the child.N $attern 01 1) )n T.Na'ar the buildin' were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how man& As will be "resent in the numbersN a)1! b)19 c)20 d)21 2) )n Tna'ar man& buildin's were under residential cate'or&.for buildin's the& number as 1 to 100. 1or sho"s* cor"oration numbered between 150 and 200 onl& "rime numbers. how man& time 6 will a""ear in buildin' numberin'N $attern 0& 1)#mrith told to #nand in front of a $hoto that YCe is the son of m& fatherAs sonZ. 1ind who is in the "icture if amrith ha,e no brothers and sisters. a)#mrith himself b)#mrithAs Oncle c)#mrithAs 1ather d)#mrithAs son 2) -ne "erson has no siblin's and sa&s*Z the 'u& in the "hoto is the onl& son of m& father Vs sonZ. >hat is the relation of the 'u& to the "ersonN $attern 05 1) -ne 'rand father has 3 'rand children two of the a'e difference is 3.<ldest child a'e is 3 times the &oun'est childs a'e and the eldest child a'e is two &ear more than the sum of other two children. 1ind what is the a'e of the elders childN a)1! b)22 c)30 d)10. 5olution. there are 3 childs*let the a'e of &oun'er be 6*elder be 36*so the middle one be m*3602464m*then we ha,e aEb03 or bEc03*or aEc03*then for answer we ha,e to 'o ,ia o"tions *substitute that in abo,e e8uations 2) -ne 'randfather has three 'randchildren* two of their a'e difference is 3* eldest child a'e is 3 times &oun'est childAs a'e and eldest childAs a'e is two times of sum of other two children. >hat is the a'e of eldest childN

3) -ne 'randfather has three 'randchildren* two of their a'e difference is 3* eldest child a'e is 3 times &oun'est childAs a'e and eldest childAs a'e is two times of sum of other two children. >hat is the a'e of eldest childN $attern 0) 1) )n a school* for a student out of 100 he 'ot 7 of a,era'e for 7 subLects and he 'ot 79 mar+s in the !th subLect. what is the a,era'e of all the subLectN a)76.251 b)!0.25 c)7 .265 d)7 .625 5olution. total mar+s07 ?7051!*then a,era'e0351!479)@!07 .625 $attern 05 1) 3 "ersons a*b*c were there # alwa&s sa&s truth*% lies on Konda&*tusda&*/ >ednesda&.but 9 lies on thrusda&*1rida& / saturda& .one da& # saidZthat % / 9 said to # thatZ % said Y&esterda& wa& one of the da&s when ) liesZ*9 said thatZ&esterda& wa& one of the da&s when ) lies tooZ.then which da& was thatN a)5unda& b)Thursda& c)5aturda& d)Tuesda& $attern 00 1) >hich is the smallest no which di,ides 2!!0 and 'i,es a "erfect s8uareN a) b)9 c)3 d)5 5olution. for answer sol,e ,ia o"tions $attern 07 1) Cow man& 9 di'it numbers are "ossible b& usin' the di'its 1*2*3* *5 which are di,isible b& if the re"etition is allowedN a)57 b)56 c)59 d)5! 2) how man& 13 di'it numbers are "ossible b& usin' the di'its 1*2*3* *5 which are di,isible b& if re"etition of di'its is allowedN 3) %& usin' 1*2*3* *5*how man& 5 di'it no. can be formed which is di,isible b& *re"etation of no. is allowedNN ) 1orm ! di'it numbers from b& usin' 1* 2*3* *5 with re"etition is allowed and must be di,isible b& N 5) Cow man& of 1 di'it numbers we can ma+e with 1*2*3* *5 that are di,isible b& . :e"etitions allowed. $attern 0*

1) 9onsider two tumblers* the first containin' >ater and ne6t contains coffee. 5u""ose &ou ta+e one s"oon of water out of the first tumbler and "our it into the second tumbler. #fter mo,in' &ou ta+e one s"oon of the mi6ture from the second tumbler and "our it bac+ into the first tumbler . >hich one of the followin' statement holds nowN a) There is less coffee in the first tumbler than water in the second tumblers b) There is more coffee in the firs tumbler than water in the second tumbler c) There is as much coffee in the first tumbler as there is water in the second tumbler d) None of the statements holds true 5olution .thin+ wisel& and answer these are as+ed in m& "a"er 2 or 3 8uestions 2) Two bowls are ta+en* one contains water and another contains tea.one s"oon of water is added to second bowl and mi6ed well* and a s"oon of mi6ture is ta+en from second bowl and added to the second bowl. >hich statement will hold 'ood for the abo,eN $attern 0" 1) 5i6 friends decide to share a bi' ca+e. 5ince all of them li+e the ca+e* the& be'in 8uarrelin' who 'ets to first cut and ha,e a "iece of the ca+e. -ne friend su''ests that the& ha,e a blindfold friend choose from well shuffled set of cards numbered one to si6. Rou chec+ and find that this method wor+s as it should simulatin' a fair throw of a die. Rou chec+ b& "erformin' multi"le simultaneous trials of "ic+in' the cards blindfold and throwin' a die. Rou note that the number shown b& the method of "ic+in' u" a card and throwin' a real world die* sums to a number between 2 and 12. >hich total would be li+el& to a""ear more often = !*9 or 10N a) ! b)#ll are e8uall& li+el& c)9 d)10 5olution. calculate how man& times !*9*10 will come when we throw 2 dice*and answer $attern 70 [1. 2i,en a collection of "oints $ in the "lane* a 1Eset is a "oint in $ that can be se"arated from the rest b& a line* .i.e the "oint lies on one side of the line while the others lie on the other side. The number of 1Esets of $ is denoted b& n13$). The minimum ,alue of n13$) o,er all confi'urations $ of 5 "oints in the "lane in 'eneral "osition3.i.e no three "oints in $ lie on a line) is a)3 b)5 c) 2 d)1 #ns. 5 1or below 8uestions*answers i am not sure whether the& are correct or not u ha,e to sol,e urself [2. The citiDens of "lanet ni'iet are ! fin'ered and ha,e thus de,elo"ed their decimal s&stem in base !. # certain street in ni'iet contains 1000 3in base !) buildin's numbered 1 to 1000. Cow man& 3s are used in numberin' these buildin'sN a) 5 b) 6 c) 265 d) 192 #ns. 192 E 5ome times base ,alue is chan' li+e. 9fin'er* 1 to 1003base 9)

[3. 2i,en 3 lines in the "lane such that the "oints of intersection form a trian'le with sides of len'th 20* 20 and 30* the number of "oints e8uidistant from all the 3 lines is a)1 b)3 c) d)0 [ . Care in the other. The hare starts after the tortoise has co,ered 1@5 of its distance and that too leisurel&3. # hare and a tortoise ha,e a race alon' a circle of 100 &ards diameter. The tortoise 'oes in one direction and the. The hare and tortoise meet when the hare has co,ered onl& 1@! of the distance. %& what factor should the hare increase its s"eed so as to tie the raceN a) 37.!0 b)! c) 0 d) 5 #ns. 37.!0 [5. Cere 10 "ro'ramers* t&"e 10 lines with in 10 minutes then 60lines can t&"e within 60 minutes. Cow man& "ro'rammers are neededN a) 16 b) 6 c) 10 d) 60 5olution. 3men?time)@wor+) #ns. 10 This t&"e of [Is re"eated times for me but ,alues are different. [6. #lo+ and %hanu "la& the followin' minEma6 'ame. 2i,en the e6"ression N 0 9 4 ( 4 R E \ >here (* R and \ are ,ariables re"resentin' sin'le di'its 30 to 9)* #lo+ would li+e to ma6imiDe N while %hanu would li+e to minimiDe it. Towards this end* #lo+ chooses a sin'le di'it number and %hanu substitutes this for a ,ariable of her choice 3(* R or \). #lo+ then chooses the ne6t ,alue and %hanu* the ,ariable to substitute the ,alue. 1inall& #lo+ "ro"oses the ,alue for the remainin' ,ariable. #ssumin' both "la& to their o"timal strate'ies* the ,alue of N at the end of the 'ame would be a) 0 b) 27 c) 1! d) 20 The [Is conce"t is same but the e8uation of NIs is chan'in'. [7. #lice and %ob "la& the followin' coinsEonEaEstac+ 'ame. 20 coins are stac+ed one abo,e the other. -ne of them is a s"ecial 3'old) coin and the rest are ordinar& coins. The 'oal is to brin' the 'old coin to the to" b& re"eatedl& mo,in' the to"most coin to another "osition in the stac+. #lice starts and the "la&ers ta+e turns. # turn consists of mo,in' the coin on the to" to a "osition i below the to" coin 30 0 i 0 20). >e will call this an iEmo,e 3thus a 0Emo,e im"lies doin' nothin'). The "ro,iso is that an iEmo,e cannot be re"eatedU for e6am"le once a "la&er ma+es a 2Emo,e* on subse8uent turns neither "la&er can ma+e a 2Emo,e. )f the 'old coin ha""ens to be on to" when itIs a "la&erIs turn then the "la&er wins the 'ame. )nitiall&* the 'old coinis the third coin from the to". Then a) )n order to win* #liceIs first mo,e should be a 1Emo,e. b) )n order to win* #liceIs first mo,e should be a 0Emo,e. c) )n order to win* #liceIs first mo,e can be a 0Emo,e or a 1Emo,e. d) #lice has no winnin' strate'&. #ns. d

[!. 1or the 1)1# world cu"* $aul the octo"us has been "redictin' the winner of each match with amaDin' success. )t is rumored that in a match between 2 teams # and %* $aul "ic+s # with the same "robabilit& as #Is chances of winnin'. JetIs assume such rumors to be true and that in a match between 2hana and %oli,ia* 2hana the stron'er team has a "robabilit& of 2@3 of winnin' the 'ame. >hat is the "robabilit& that $aul will correctl& "ic+ the winner of the 2hanaE%oli,ia 'ameN a)1@9 b) @9 c)5@9 d)2@3 #ns. 5@9 [9. 36 "eo"le ]a1* a2* ...* a36^ meet and sha+e hands in a circular fashion. )n other words* there are totall& 36 handsha+es in,ol,in' the "airs* ]a1* a2^* ]a2* a3^* ...* ]a35* a36^* ]a36* a1^. Then siDe of the smallest set of "eo"le such that the rest ha,e sha+en hands with at least one "erson in the set is a)12 b)11 c)13 d)1! #ns. 1! [10. #fter the t&"ist writes 12 letters and addresses 12 en,elo"es* she inserts the letters randoml& into the en,elo"es 31 letter "er en,elo"e). >hat is the "robabilit& that e6actl& 1 letter is inserted in an im"ro"er en,elo"eN a)1@12 b)0 c)12@212 d)11@12 #ns. b [11. # sheet of "a"er has statements numbered from 1 to 0. 1or each ,alue of n from 1 to 0* statement n sa&s _#t least and of the statements on this sheet are true._ >hich statements are true and which are falseN a) The e,en numbered statements are true and the odd numbered are false. b) The first 26 statements are false and the rest are true. c) The first 13 statements are true and the rest are false. d) The odd numbered statements are true and the e,en numbered are false. #ns. c [12. There are two bo6es* one containin' 10 red balls and the other containin' 10 'reen balls. Rou are allowed to mo,e the balls between the bo6es so that when &ou choose a bo6 at random and a ball at random from the chosen bo6* the "robabilit& of 'ettin' a red ball is ma6imiDed. This ma6imum "robabilit& is a)1@2 b)1 @19 c)37@3! d)3@ #ns. 1 @19 [13. # circular dartboard of radius 1 foot is at a distance of 20 feet from &ou. Rou throw a dart at it and it hits the dartboard at some "oint [ in the circle. >hat is the "robabilit& that [ is closer to the center of the circle than the "eri"her&N a) 0.75 b) 1 c) 0.5 d) 0.25 #ns. d [1 . 9. # and % "la& a 'ame of dice between them. The dice consist of colors on their faces 3instead of numbers). >hen the dice are thrown* # wins if both show the same

colorU otherwise % wins. -ne die has red face and 2 blue faces. Cow man& red and blue faces should the other die ha,e if the both "la&ers ha,e the same chances of winnin'N a) 3 red and 3 blue faces b) 2 red and remainin' blue c) 6 red and 0 blue d) red and remainin' blue #ns. a [15. -n "lanet Dorba* a solar blast has melted the ice ca"s on its e8uator. ! &ears after the ice melts* tin& "lantoids called echina start 'rowin' on the roc+s. echina 'rows in the form of a circle and the relationshi" between the diameter of this circle and the a'e of echina is 'i,en b& the formula d 0 ? s8rt 3t = !)for t 0 ! >here the re"resents the diameter in mm and t the number of &ears since the solar blast. 7a'an recorded the time of some echina at a "articular s"ot is 2 &ears then what is diameterN a) ! b) 16 c) 25 d) 21 #ns. 16 [16. # sheet of "a"er has statements numbered from 1 to 0. 1or all ,alues of n from 1 to 0* statement n sa&s. I<6actl& n of the statements on this sheet are false.I >hich statements are true and which are falseN a) The e,en numbered statements are true and the odd numbered statements are false. b) The odd numbered statements are true and the e,en numbered statements are false. c) #ll the statements are false. d) The 39th statement is true and the rest are false. #ns. d [17. #lo+ and %hanu "la& the followin' coins in a circle 'ame. 99 coins are arran'ed in a circle with each coin touchin' two other coin. Two of the coins are s"ecial and the rest are ordinar&. #lo+ starts and the "la&ers ta+e turns remo,in' an ordinar& coin of their choice from the circle and brin'in' the other coins closer until the& a'ain form a 3smaller) circle. The 'oal is to brin' the s"ecial coins adLacent to each other and the first "la&er to do so wins the 'ame. )nitiall& the s"ecial coins are se"arated b& two ordinar& coins -1 and -2. >hich of the followin' is trueN a) )n order to win* #lo+ should remo,e -1 on his first turn. b) )n order to win* #lo+ should remo,e one of the coins different from -1 and -2 on his first turn. c) )n order to win* #lo+ should remo,e -2 on his first turn. d) #lo+ has no winnin' strate'&. #ns. d [1!. Two "i"es # and % fill at # certain rate % is filled at 10*20* 0*!0*. )f 1@ of % if filled in 21 hours what time it will ta+e to 'et com"letel& filled #ns. 23 [19. 1ind a,era'e s"eed if a man tra,els at s"eed of 2 +m"h u" and 36+m"h down at an altitude of 200m. 1ormula is 26&@364&). [20. -ne 'randfather has three 'randchildren* two of their a'e difference is 3* eldest child a'e is 3 times &oun'est childAs a'e and eldest childAs a'e is two times of sum of

other two children. >hat is the a'e of eldest childN #ns. 1! [21. 1errari is leadin' car manufacturer.?1errari 5.".#.? is an )talian s"orts car. )t has enLo&ed 'reat success. )f KohanIs 1errari is 3 times faster than his old Kercedes wich 'a,e him 35+m"h if Kohan tra,elled 90 +m in his ferrari the how much time3hours) he too+N <as& one tr& it. [22. %& usin' 1*2*3* *5* how man& 12 di'it no. can be formed which is di,isible b& * re"etation of no. is allowedN #ns. 35)Q11 [23. The cost 1 "lum is 1 cent* 2 a""les is 1 cent* 3 cashew is 1 cent. )f father bu&s same amount of fruits for his 3 sons s"endin' 7 cent then what amount of fruit each child will 'etN #ns. 1"lum* 2a""les* 1cashew [2 . There are some 2 wheelers and wheelers "ar+ed total number of wheels "resent is 2 0 then how man& wheelers were there #ns. 1or this 8uestion answer is deduced from the o"tions. [25. -ne da& #lice meets "al and b&te in fair&land. 5he +nows that "al lies on Konda&s* Tuesda&s and >ednesda&s and tells the truth on the other da&s of the wee+ b&te* on the other hand* lies on Thursda&s* 1rida&s and 5aturda&s* but tells the truth on the other da&s of the wee+. Now the& ma+e the followin' statements to #lice = "al. Resterda& was one of those da&s when ) lie b&te. Resterda& was one of those da&s when ) lie too. >hat da& is itN a) Thursda& b) Tuesda& c) Konda& d) 5unda& #ns. a $attern 1: 1. 31@2) of a number is 3 more than the 31@6) of the same numberN a) 6 b)7 c)! d)9 2. 31@3) of a number is 3 more than the 31@6) of the same numberN a) 6 b)16 c)1! d)21 3. 31@3) of a number is 6 more than the 31@6) of the same numberN a) 6 b)1! c)36 d)2 . 32@3) of a number is a) 6 b)! c)36 d)2 more than the 31@6) of the same numberN

5. 31@3) of a number is 5 more than the 31@6) of the same numberN a) 6 b)36 c)30 d)72

$attern &: 1. There are two water tan+s # and %* # is much smaller than %. >hile water fills at the rate of 1 liter e,er& hour in #* it 'ets filled u" li+e* 10* 20* 0*!0* 160P..in tan+ %. 3#t the end of first hour* % has 10 liters* second hour it has 20 liters and so on). )f tan+ % is 1@32 filled of the 21 hours* what is total duration of hours re8uired to fill it com"letel&N a) 26 %)25 c)5 d)27 2. There are two "i"es # and %. )f # filled 10 liters in an hour* % can fill 20 liters in same time. Ji+ewise % can fill 10* 20* 0* !0* 160P... )f % filled in 1@16 of a tan+ in 3 hours* how much time will it ta+e to fill the tan+ com"letel&N a) 9 %)! c)7 d)6 3. There are two water tan+s # and %* # is much smaller than %. >hile water fills at the rate of 1 liter e,er& hour in #* it 'ets filled u" li+e* 10* 20* 0*!0* 160P..in tan+ %. 1@! th of the tan+ % is filled in 22 hours. >hat is the time to fill the tan+ full&N a) 26 %)25 c)5 d)27 . # tan+ is filled with water. )n first hour 10 liters* second hours 20 liters* and third hour 0 liters and so onP)f time ta+en to fill F of the tan+ if 5 hours. >hat is the time ta+en to fill u" the tan+N a) 5 %)! c)7 d)12.5 5. )f a tan+ # can be filled within 10 hours and tan+ % can be filled F in 19 hours then* what is the time ta+en to fill u" the tan+ com"letel&N a) 21 %)3! c)57 d)76 $attern 5: 1. 6 "ersons standin' in 8ueue with different a'e 'rou"* after two &ears their a,era'e a'e will be 3 and se,enth "erson Loined with them. Cence the current a,era'e a'e has become 5. 1ind the a'e of se,enth "ersonN a) 3 b)69 c)52 d)31 2. )n a mar+et men are standin'. The a,era'e a'e of the four before &ears is 5* after some da&s one man is added and his a'e is 9. >hat is the a,era'e a'e of allN a) 3 b) 5 c) 7 d) 9 3. )n a sho""in' mall with a staff of 5 members the a,era'e a'e is 5 &ears. #fter 5 &ears a "erson Loined them and the a,era'e a'e is a'ain 5 &ears. >hatAs the a'e of 6th "ersonN a) 25 b)20 c) 5 d)30 . )n a mar+et men are standin' .The a,era'e a'e of the four before 2 &ears is 55* after some da&s one man is added and his a'e is 5. >hat is the a,era'e a'e of allN a) 55 b)5 .5 c)5 .6 d)5 .7 $attern ): 1. )n the readin' room of a librar&* there are 23 readin' s"ots. <ach readin' s"ot consists

of a round table with 9 chairs "laced around it. There are some readers such that in each occu"ied readin' s"ot there are different numbers of readers. )f in all there are 36 readers* how man& readin' s"ots do not ha,e e,en a sin'le readerN a)! b)none c)16 d)15 2. )n the readin' room of a librar&* there are 10 tables* chairs "er table. )n each table there are different numbers of "eo"le seated. Cow man& tables will be left out without at least 1 "ersonN a) ! b)6 c)2 d)7 3. )n the readin' room of a librar&* there are 10 tables* chairs "er table. )n each table there are different numbers of "eo"le seated. Cow man& wa&s the& will sit in the librar& so that no chair would be blan+N a) ! b)6 c)2 d)7 $attern 5: 1. # man Lo's at 6 m"h o,er a certain Lourne& and wal+s o,er the same route at >hat is his a,era'e s"eed for the Lourne&N a) 2. m"h b) .! m"h c) m"h d) 5 m"h m"h.

2. # man tra,els from # to % at m"h o,er a certain Lourne& and returns o,er the same route to #* at 5 m"h. >hat is his a,era'e s"eed for the Lourne&N a) . m"h b) .! m"h c) .!!7 m"h d)5 m"h 3. # "erson is roc+ climbin' at an altitude of !00 m. Ce 'o u" b& 7 m"h. and come down b& 9 m"h. what was his a,era'e s"eedN a) 7.!75 m"h b) 7.125 m"h c) 7m"h d) 7.5 m"h . 1ind a,era'e s"eed if a man tra,els at s"eed of 2 +m"h u" and 36+m"h down at an altitude of 200mN a) 2!.! m"h b) 27.! m"h c) 27.5m"h d) 30 m"h 5. $erson tra,els to a hill* if he 'oes from # to % with s"eed of +m"h and returns bac+ to % with s"eed of 5+m"h. >hat is his a,era'e s"eed of Lourne&N a) .5+m"h b) . +m"h c) 9+m"h d) .2 5+m"h 6. # man tra,els from # to % at 70 m"h o,er a certain Lourne& and returns o,er the same route to #* at !0 m"h. >hat is his a,era'e s"eed for the Lourne&N a) 7 .66 b)75 c)7 .33 d)7 .99 7. 1ind a,era'e s"eed if a man tra,els at s"eed of 2 +m"h u" and 36+m"h down at an altitude of 200m. a) 2!.! b)2! c)27 d)2!.6 $attern 6 1. 5usan made a bloc+ with small cubes of ! cubic cm ,olume to ma+e a bloc+ *3 small cubes lon'* 9 small cubes wide and 5 small cubes dee". 5he realiDes that she has used more small cubes than she reall& needed. 5he realiDed that she could ha,e 'lued a fewer

number of cubes to'ether to loc+ li+e a bloc+ with same dimensions* if it were made hollow. >hat is the minimum number of cubes that she needs to ma+e the bloc+N a) 11 b) 135 c) 21 d) 71 2. # bo& wants to ma+e cuboids of dimension 5m* 6m and 7m from small cubes of .03 m3. Jater he realiDed he can ma+e same cuboids b& ma+in' it hollow. Then it ta+es some cubes less. >hat is the number of the cubes to be remo,edN a) 2000 b) 5000 c) 3000 d) 7000 3. 5mita was ma+in' a cube with dimensions 5?5?5 usin' 1?1?1 cubes. >hat is the number of cubes needed to ma+e a hollow cube loo+in' of the same sha"eN a) 9! b) 10 c) 100 d) 61 . Jeena cut small cubes of 10 cm dimension each. 5he Loined it to ma+e a cuboid of len'th 100 cm* width 50 cm and de"th 50 cm. Cow man& more cubes does she need to ma+e a "erfect cubeN a)500 b)250 c)750 d)650 5. Jeena cut small cubes of 3 cubic cm each. 5he Loined it to ma+e a cuboid of len'th 10 cm* width 3 cm and de"th 3 cm. Cow man& more cubes does she need to ma+e a "erfect cubeN a) 910 b) 250 c) 750 d) 650 6. # lad& builds 9cm len'th* 10cm width*3cm hei'ht bo6 usin' 1 cubic cm cubes. >hat is the minimum number of cubes re8uired to build the bo6N a) 730 b) 270 c) 720 d) 310 $attern *: 1. 3 0? 0? 0 = 31?31?31)@3 0? 04 0?31431?31)0N a)! b)9 c)71 d)51 2. 39!?9!?9! = 73?73?73)@3 9!?9!?9! = 73?73?73)0N a).171 b). c). 20 d). 15 3. 3209?1 )Q2 4 3209?209)43209?1 )431 ?1 a)905!63729 b)90536!729 c)90572936! d)65 $attern ": 1. 33 643&)435649&))@35645&) 0 N as 36@2&) 0 2 a)! b)none c)16 d)15 2. 6@2& 0 2a*then 26@6E2a&0N a) b)! c)16 d)2 3. 3(@5R 0 5R@3(P..1ind the ,alue of (@R a)3@5 b)5@3 c)2@5 d)5@2 )0N

. >hat is the ,alue of 33(4!R)@3(E2R)* if (@2R02 a)! b)none c)10 d)13 5. 3 643&)435649&))@35645&) 0 N as 36@2&) 0 2 a) !@5 b) 6@5 c) 7@5 d) 9@5 6. 33 642&)@3 6E2&)0 N as 36@2&) 0 2 a)!@7 b)9@7 c)11@7 d)6@7 $attern 10: 1. # 'irl has to ma+e "iDDa with different to""in's. There are ! different to""in's. )n how man& wa&s can she ma+e "iDDas with 2 different to""in'sN a)16 b)56 c)112 d)2! 2. # "iDDa sho" made "iDDas with man& fla,ors. There are 10 different fla,ors* in that 7 fla,ors are ta+en to ma+e "iDDa. )n how man& wa&s the& can arran'eN a)2 0 b)120 c)65 d)210 3. # "iDDa sho" made "iDDas with man& fla,ors. There are 9 different fla,ors* in that 2 fla,ors are ta+en to ma+e "iDDa. )n how man& wa&s the& can arran'eN a)16 b)26 c)36 d) 6 $attern 11: 1. 3* 22* 7* 5* 15*N * 31 a)91 b)151 c)90 d)5 2. ! 6 17 1 35 31 75 S 1 3N 3. )ns"ired b& 1ibonacci series 5an'eet decided to create his own series which is 1* 2* 3* 7* 7* 22* 15* 67* 31* S* 63N a)202 b)31 c)76 d) 9 . 3* 12* 7* 26* 15* N a)5 b)27 c)10! d)31 5. 1T 4 2T 4 PP. 4 50T0N a)3.1035?10Q6 b)2.1021?10Q65 c)3.1035?10Q63 d)3.1035?10Q62 6. 1* 2* 3* 6* 7* 1 * S* 32N 7. 5* 9* 12* 1!* 26* 36* 7* 72* SN a)75 b)135 c)100 d)55 !. 3* 15* 6* 51* 53*159*161 a)17 b)3 c)5 d)112

$attern 1&: 1. 5im"le 8uestion but bi' one on a,era'e a'e.sth li+e a* b* c wei'hted se"aratel& 1st a* b* c *then a/ b* then b /c *then c / a at last abc* the last wei'ht was 167*then what will be the a,era'e wei'ht of the 7 readin'N a)95 b)95. 2! c)95. 5 d)9 $attern 15: 1. # to& train "roduces 10 different sounds when it mo,es around a circular to& trac+ of radius 5 m at 10 m "er min. Cowe,er* the to& train is defecti,e and it now "roduces onl& 2 different tunes at random. >hat are the odds that the train "roduces for consecuti,e music tones of the same t&"eN a) 1 in 16 %)1 in c)1 in ! d)1 in 32 2. # car manufacturer "roduces onl& red and blue models which come out of the final testin' area at random. >hat are the odds that fi,e consecuti,e cars of same color will come throu'h the test area at an& one timeN a)1 in 16 b)1 in 125 c)1 in 32 d)1 in 25 $attern 15: 1. # trian'le is made from a ro"e. The sides of the trian'le are 25 cm* 11 cm and 31 cm. >hat will be the area of the s8uare made from the same ro"eN a)2!0.5625 b)2 0.5625 c)2!0.125 d)2 0 2. # trian'le is made from a ro"e. The sides of the trian'le are 21 cm* 2 cm and 2! cm. >hat will be the area of the s8uare made from the same ro"eN a)2!0.5625 b)333.0625 c)333.0125 d) 00 $attern 10: 1. >hat is the distance between the DEinterce"t from the 6Einterce"t in the e8uation a64b&4cD4d00 2. >hat is the distance of the DEinterce"t from the 6Einterce"t in the e8uation a64b&4cD0d 3) do not remember the ,alues of a* b* c* d). $attern 17: 1. # scientist was researchin' on animal beha,ior in his lab. Ce was ,er& interested in anal&Din' the beha,ior of bear. 1or some reason he tra,elled 1mile in north direction / reached at North $ole. There he saw a bear. Ce then followed the bear around 1 hr with a s"eed of 2+m@hr in east direction. #fter that he tra,elled in south direction / reached at his lab in2 hrs. Then what is the color of the bearN a)white b)blac+ c)'ra& d)brown $attern%1*: 1. -ut of 7 children the &oun'est is bo& then find the "robabilit& that all the remainin' children are bo&s a)1@6 b)1@32 c)1@12! d)1@256 $attern 1":

1. Osha bou'ht a linen cloth and ro"e to build a tent. )f the ro"e is 153 m lon' and it is to be cut into "ieces of 1m len'th* then how man& cuts are to be made to cut the ro"es into 153 "iecesN a)153 b)152 c)15 d)155 2. # "erson has to ma+e 1 6 "ieces of a lon' bar. Ce ta+es seconds to cut a "iece. >hat is the total time ta+en b& him in seconds to ma+e 1 6 "iecesN a)5! b)5!0 c)730 d)725 3. # "erson has to ma+e 1 1 "ieces of a lon' bar. Ce ta+es 2 seconds to cut a "iece. >hat is the total time ta+en b& him in seconds to ma+e 1 1 "iecesN a)560 b)2!0 c)112 d)32 $attern &0: 1. 5"ores of a fun'us* called late bli'ht* 'row and s"read infection ra"idl&. These "atho'ens were res"onsible for the )rish "otato famine of the midE19th centur&. These seem to ha,e attac+ed the tomato cro"s in <n'land this &ear. The tomato cro"s ha,e reduced and the "rice of the cro" has risen u". The "rice has alread& 'one u" to $ 5 a bo6 from $27 a bo6 a month a'o. Cow much more would a ,e'etable ,endor need to "a& to bu& 27 bo6es this month o,er what he would ha,e "aid last monthN a) $27 b)$ 1! c)$ 5 d)$ !6 $attern &1: 1. # $erson bu&s a horse for 15 "onds* after one &ear he sells it for 20 "ounds. #fter one &ear* a'ain he bu&s the same horse at 30 "ounds and sells it for 0 "ounds. >hat is the "rofit for that "ersonN $attern &&: 1. 7ohn bu&s a c&cle for 31 dollars and 'i,en a che8ue of amount 35 dollars. 5ho" ;ee"er e6chan'ed the che8ue with his nei'hbor and 'a,e chan'e to 7ohn. #fter 2 da&s* it is +nown that che8ue is bounced. 5ho" +ee"er "aid the amount to his nei'hbor. The cost "rice of c&cle is 19 dollars. >hat is the "rofit@loss for sho" +ee"erN a)loss 23 b)'ain 23 c)'ain 5 d)Joss 5 $attern &5: 1. # lad& has fine 'lo,es and hats in her closetE 1! blue* 32 red* and 25 &ellow. The li'hts are out and it is totall& dar+. )n s"ite of the dar+ness* she can ma+e out the difference between a hat and a 'lo,e. 5he ta+es out an item out of the closet onl& if she is sure that if it is a 'lo,e. Cow man& 'lo,es must she ta+e out to ma+e sure she has a "air of each colorN a)50 b)! c)60 d) 2 2. # lad& has fine 'lo,es and hats in her closetE 1 blue* 20 red* and 1! &ellow. The li'hts are out and it is totall& dar+. )n s"ite of the dar+ness* she can ma+e out the difference between a hat and a 'lo,e. 5he ta+es out an item out of the closet onl& if she is sure that if it is a 'lo,e. Cow man& 'lo,es must she ta+e out to ma+e sure she has a "air of each

colorN 3. # lad& has fine 'lo,es and hats in her closetE 13 blue* 27 red* and 0 &ellow. The li'hts are out and it is totall& dar+. )n s"ite of the dar+ness* she can ma+e out the difference between a hat and a 'lo,e. 5he ta+es out an item out of the closet onl& if she is sure that if it is a 'lo,e. Cow man& 'lo,es must she ta+e out to ma+e sure she has a "air of each colorN . # lad& has fine 'lo,es and hats in her closetE 25blue* 7 red* and 9 &ellow. The li'hts are out and it is totall& dar+. )n s"ite of the dar+ness* she can ma+e out the difference between a hat and a 'lo,e. 5he ta+es out an item out of the closet onl& if she is sure that if it is a 'lo,e. Cow man& 'lo,es must she ta+e out to ma+e sure she has a "air of each colorN 5. # lad& has fine 'lo,es and hats in her closetE 26 blue* 30 red* and 56 &ellow. The li'hts are out and it is totall& dar+. )n s"ite of the dar+ness* she can ma+e out the difference between a hat and a 'lo,e. 5he ta+es out an item out of the closet onl& if she is sure that if it is a 'lo,e. Cow man& 'lo,es must she ta+e out to ma+e sure she has a "air of each colorN $attern &): 1. 5an'a+ara and $ontin' selects battin' b& usin' a dice* but dice is biased. 5o to resol,e* $ontin' ta+es out a coin. >hat is the "robabilit& that coin shows correct o"tionN a)1@2 b)1@6 c)1@12 d)6@10 2. There is a die with 10 faces. )t is not +nown that fair or not. 2 ca"tains want to toss die for battin' selection. >hat is the "ossible solution amon' the followin'N a) )f no. is odd it is head* if no. is e,en it is tail b) )f no. is odd it is tail* if no. is e,en it is head c) Toss a die until all the 10 di'its a""ear on to" face. #nd if first no. in the se8uence is odd then consider it as tail. )f it is e,en consider it as head. $attern &5: 1. )n a famil& there are some bo&s and 'irls. #ll bo&s told that the& are ha,in' e8ual no of brothers and sisters and 'irls told that the& are ha,in' twice the no. of brothers than sisters. Cow man& bo&s and 'irls "resent in a famil&N a) bo&s and 3 'irls b)3 bo&s and 'irls c)2 bo&s and 5 'irls d)5 bo&s and 2 'irls $attern &0O 1. 10men and 10 women are there* the& dance with each other* is there "ossibilit& that 2 men are dancin' with same women and ,ice ,ersaN a)22 b)20 c)10 d)none 2. There are 100 men and 100 women on the dance floor. The& want to dance with each other. Then which of the followin' statements is alwa&s true. a) There are 2 men who danced with e8ual no. of womenAs

b) There are 2 women who danced with e8ual no. of men a) both a and b b)onl& a c)onl& b d)none $attern &7: 1. KiddleE earth is a fictional land inhabited b& hobbits* el,es* dwar,es and men. The hobbits and el,es are "eaceful creatures that "refer slow* silent li,es and a""reciate nature and art. The dwar,es and the men en'a'e in "h&sical 'ames. The 'ame is as follows. # tournament is one where out of the two teams that "la& a match* the one that loses 'et eliminated. The matches are "la&ed in different rounds* where in e,er& roundU half of the teams 'et eliminated from the tournament. )f there are ! rounds "la&ed in +noc+ out tournament* how man& matches were "la&edN a)257 b)256 c)72 d)255 2. # 'ame is "la&ed between 2 "la&ers and one "la&er is declared as winner. #ll the winners from first round are "la&ed in second round. #ll the winners from second round are "la&ed in third round and so on. )f ! rounds are "la&ed to declare onl& one "la&er as winner* how man& "la&ers are "la&ed in first roundN a)256 b)512 c)6 d)12! $attern &*: 1. Ketal stri" of width V6A cm. 2 metal stri"s are "laced one o,er the other* then the combine len'th of 2 stri"s is V&A. )f VDA stri"s are "laced in that manner. >hat is the final width of that arran'ementN 2. #* %* 9* B* < are there amon' #* %* 9 are bo&s and B* < are 'irls B is to the left of # and no 'irl sits at the middle and at the e6temes. Then what is the order of their sittin's. $attern &": 1. There is 7 friends 3#1* #2* #3....#7).)f #1 ha,e to ha,e sha+e with all without re"eat. Cow man& handsha+es "ossibleN a)6 b)21 c)2! d)7 2. 9 members attended the "art&. )n that 22 are males* 17 are females. The sha+e hands between males* females* male and female. Total 12 "eo"le 'i,en sha+e hands. Cow man& such +inds of such sha+e hands are "ossibleN a)122 b)66 c) ! d)12! $attern 50: 1. % is taller than L and 3 "illars. $ is shorter than % and 2 "illars is L shorter@taller than $N a)&es b)no c)ma& be d)canAt find 2. There are 1000 "illars for a tem"le. 3 friends Jinda* 9helse&* 7uli ,isited that tem"le. 35ome unrelated stuff) Jinda is taller than 9helsea and taller than 2 of 1000 "illars. 7ulia is shorter than Jinda. 1ind the correct sentenceN a) Jinda is shorter amon' them b) 9helsea is taller than 7ulia

c) 9helsea is shorter than 7ulia d) 9annot determine who is taller amon' 9helsea and 7ulia $attern%51 1. <ntr& tic+et to an e6hibition ran'es from 1" to 31". Rou need to "ro,ide e6act chan'e at the counter. Rou ha,e 31" coin. )n how man& "arts will u di,ide 31" so that u will "ro,ide the e6act chan'e re8uired and carr& as less coins as "ossibleN a) b)5 c)6 d)7 $attern 5& 1. $eter and $aul are two friends. The sum of their a'es is 35 &ears. $eter is twice as old as $aul was when $eter was as old as $aul is now. >hat is the "resent a'e of $eterN a)! b)20 c)16 d)15 $attern 55 1. 20 men handsha+e with each other without re"etition. >hat is the total number of handsha+es madeN a)190 b)210 c)150 d)250 2.10 "eo"le are there* the& are sha+in' hands to'ether* how man& hand sha+es "ossible* if the& are in no "air of c&clic se8uence. a) 5 b)9 c)12 d)10 $attern 5) 1. )f there are 2 wheelers and wheelers "ar+ed in a school located at the heart of the cit&* find the number of wheelers "ar+ed there if there were 20 two wheelers "ar+ed there a) ! b)50 c)52 d)6 2. )f there are 2 wheelers and wheelers "ar+ed in a school located at the heart of the cit&* find the number of wheelers "ar+ed there if there were 5! wheels are "ar+ed there a)10 b)33 c)22 d)none $attern 55 1. # man whose a'e is 5 &rs has 3 sons named 7ohn* 7ill* Lac+. Ce went to a "ar+ wee+l& twice. Ce lo,es his sons ,er& much. -n a certain da& he found the sho" +ee"ers sellin' different thin's. #n a""le cost 1"enn&* 2chocalate costs 1"enn& / 3 bananas cost 1 "enn&. Ce has bou'ht e8ual number of a""le* chocolate / banana for each son. )f the total amount he in,est is 7 "enn& then how man& he has bou'ht from each "iece for his sonN a)1a""*1cho*1 banana b)1 a""*2cho*3 banana c)1a""*2cho*1banana 2. -ne "erson had three children. Ce had 7 "ennies. 1ind the distribution of the fruits amon' the three children. # melon costs 1 "enn&* 2 oran'es cost 1 "enn& and 3 'ra"es cost 1 "enn&

a)2 melons* 1 oran'e* 1 'ra"e b) 2 melons* 2 oran'e* 1 'ra"e c) 1 melons* 2 oran'e* 1 'ra"e. $ATT<A9 50 1) The a'e of the two friends were in the ration of 6.5.)f the sum of their a'es is 55.Then after how man& &ears their ratio will become !.7N a)11 b)7 c)10 d)12 2)The a'e of the two friends were in the ration of 6.5.)f the sum of their a'es is 66.Then after how man& &ears their ratio will become 7.6N a)11 b)6 c)10 d)12 3) The a'e of the two friends were in the ration of 2.3.)f the sum of their a'es is 55.Then after how man& &ears their ratio will become .5N a)11 b)33 c)22 d) $ATT<A9 57 1)# ,olume of 10936 l water is in a container of s"here.Cow man& semis"here of ,olume l each will be re8uired to tranfer all the water into the small semis"heresN a)2!12 b)!231 c)273 d) 222 $ATT<A9 5* 1)# "erson ismanufacturin' a house.Ce bou'ht 20 ro"es of wire which has a densit& of 300 ;'@m3.The hei'ht of the buildin' to be constructed is 0 m.)f the ca"acit& of the current "assed in the wire is 20 # and the ,olta'e ca"acit& is !0 Molts.Then what will be the o""osin' force to the current if the wire is used N a)2 b) c)! d)1600 $ATT<A9 5" 1)# horse chases a "on& 2 hours after the "on& runs.Corse ta+es 3 hours to reach the "on&.)f the a,era'e s"eed of the horse is !1;m"h.Then what is the a,era'e s"eed of the "on&N a) 6. b)51 c)53. d) !.6 2) # horse chases a "on& 3 hours after the "on& runs. Corse ta+es hours to reach the "on&. )f the a,era'e s"eed of the horse is 35 +m"h* what s the a,era'e s"eed of the "on&N 3) . # horse chases a "on& 3 hours after the "on& runs. Corse ta+es hours to reach the "on&. )f the a,era'e s"eed of the horse is 35 +m"h* what s the a,era'e s"eed of the "on& $#TT<:N 0 1)The difference between two no is 9 and the "roduct of the two is 1 .>hat is the s8uare of their sumN a)120 b)130 c)137 d)1 5

2) The sum of two no is 5 and the "roduct of the two is 1 .>hat is the sum of their s8uaresN 3) The sum of the s8uares of two no is 12 and their sum is 15.1ind the "roduct of the two noN $ATT<A9 )1 1) -n "lanet +orba* a solar blast has melted the ice ca"s on its e8uator. 9 &ears after the ice melts* tin& "lanetoids called echina start 'rowin' on the roc+s. <china 'rows in the form of circle* and the relationshi" between the diameter of this circle and the a'e of echina is 'i,en b& the formula d 0 ?W 3tE9) for t X 9 where d re"resents the diameter in mm and t the number of &ears since the solar blast.7a'an recorded the radius of some echina at a "articular s"ot as 7mm. Cow man& &ears bac+ did the solar blast occurN a) 17 b)21.25 c)12.25 d)1 .05 $ATT<A9 )& 1)# man 'oes 50;m north * then turned left wal+ed 0;m* then turned ri'ht N )n which direction he isN a)North b)5outh c)<ast d)>est $ATT<A9 )5 1))n T.Na'ar the buildin' were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how man& As will be "resent in the numbersN a)1! b)19 c)20 d)21 2))n T.Na'ar the buildin' were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how man& 6As will be "resent in the numbersN a)1! b)19 c)20 d)21 3))n T.Na'ar the buildin' were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how man& 1As will be "resent in the numbersN a)1! b)19 c)20 d)21 ))n T.Na'ar the buildin' were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how man& 0As will be "resent in the numbersN a)1! b)19 c)20 d)11 $ATT<A9 )) 1) # number when di,ided b& B lea,es a remainder of ! and when di,ided b& 3B lea,es a remainder of 21. >hat is the remainder left* when twice the number is di,ided b& 3BN 13 b) cannot be determined c) 3 d) 2 $ATT<A9 )5 1.) 1errari 5.$.# is an )talian s"orts car manufacturer based in Karanello* )tal&. 1ounded b& <nDo 1errari in 192! as 5cuderia 1errari* the com"an& s"onsored dri,ers and manufactured race cars before mo,in' into "roduction of streetEle'al ,ehicles in 19 7 as

1errari 5.$.#. Throu'hout its histor&* the com"an& has been noted for its continued "artici"ation in racin'* es"eciall& in 1ormula -ne where it has em"lo&ed 'reat success .:ohit once bou'ht a 1errari. )t could 'o times as fast as KohanIs old Kercedes. )f the s"eed of KohanIs Kercedes is 35 +m@hr and the distance tra,eled b& the 1errari is 90 +m* find the total time ta+en for :ohit to dri,e that distance. 20.72 b) 5.1! c) 23!.25 d) 6.1! 2) 1errari 5.$.# is an )talian s"orts car manufacturer based in Karanello* )tal&. 1ounded b& <nDo 1errari in 192! as 5cuderia 1errari* the com"an& s"onsored dri,ers and manufactured race cars before mo,in' into "roduction of streetEle'al ,ehicles in 19 7 as 1errari 5.$.#. Throu'hout its histor&* the com"an& has been noted for its continued "artici"ation in racin'* es"eciall& in 1ormula -ne where it has em"lo&ed 'reat success .:ohit once bou'ht a 1errari. )t could 'o times as fast as KohanIs old Kercedes. )f the s"eed of KohanIs Kercedes is 6 +m@hr and the distance tra,eled b& the 1errari is 953 +m* find the total time ta+en for :ohit to dri,e that distance. 20.72 b) 5.1! c) 23!.25 d) 6.1! $ATT<A9 )0 1) # sheet of "a"er has statements numbered from 1 to 70. 1or all ,alues of n from 1 to 70. 5tatement n sa&s I #t least n of the statements on this sheet are false. V>hich statements are true and which are falseN a) The e,en numbered statements are true and the odd numbered are false. b) The odd numbered statements are true and the e,en numbered are false. c) The first 35 statements are true and the last 35 are false. d) The first 35 statements are false and the last 35 are false. $ATT<A9 )7 1) # man 'oes north 37+m.turns left 'oes 2+m.turns ri'ht 'oes 17+m.turns ri'ht 'oes 2+m. find distance b@w startin' endin' "oint. a) 5 b) 27 c) !1 d) 67 $ATT<A9 )* 1) )f there are 30 cans out of them one is "oisoned if a "erson tastes ,er& little he will die within 1 hours so if there are mice to test and 2 hours to test* how man& mices are re8uired to find the "oisoned canN a) 3 b) 2 c) 6 d) 1 $ATT<A9 )" 1) )f a and b are mi6ed in 3.5 ration and b and c are mi6ed in !.5 ration if the final mi6ture is 35 liters* find the amount of bN #) 13.3 b) 15.73 c) 16.73 d) 9. 5 $ATT<A9 50 1) )f we subtract a number with &* we 'et itself... 1ind that numberNN #) 13 b) 12 c) 1 d) 11 increase of number* once it 'ot di,ided b& &

$ATT<A9 51 1) )t is the class with the seatin' arran'ement in rows and ! columns. >hen the teacher sa&s IstartI the 'irl who is sittin' in first row and first column will sa& 1* then the ne6t 'irl sittin' behind her will sa& * the ne6t 'irl sittin' behind that 'irl will sa& 7* in a "articular order each 'irl is tellin' a number* the followin' 'irls told 10* 13 ne6t turn is &ours what u will sa&N a) 15 b) 17 c) 1 d) 16 $ATT<A9 5& 1) )t is dar+ in m& bedroom and ) want to 'et two soc+s of the same color from m& drawer* which contains 2 red and 2 blue soc+s. Cow man& soc+s do ) ha,e to ta+e from the drawer to 'et at least two soc+s of the same colorN #) 2 b) 3 c) ! d) 25 2) Jad& has 2 select 'lo,es / hat from a bas+et. )n the dar+* she can distin'uish hat/'lo,es.1 red* 20blue* 1!'reen r there. 1ind "robabilit& that an& selected 'lo,e "air has same color. 3).# lad& had fine 'lo,es and hats. 25 blue* 7 red and 9're&. 5he had to select a "air amon' them. %ut there was no li'ht so she had to select in dar+ness the correct "air with a 'lo,e and a hat. Therefore how man& combinations of same color she can selectN $ATT<A9 55 1) )f the MalentineAs Ba& in 2005 falls on Konda&* then on which da& will the MalentineAs Ba& fall on 2010N #) 5aturda& b) Thursda& c) >ednesda& d) 5unda& $ATT<A9 5) 1. # "erson run from # to %.Ce too+ F of the time less to reach % when com"are to run at normal 5"eed.Then how man& "ercenta'e he has increased his s"eedN a) 0 b) . c)33.3 d)22.2 2. #n athlete decides to run the same distance in 1@ th less time that she usuall& too+. %& how much "ercent will she ha,e to increase her a,era'e s"eedN a) 0 b) . c)33.3 d)22.2 $ATT<A9 55 1. )n a buildin' there are 5 rooms.<ach ha,in' a e8ual area .The len'th of the room is m and breadht is 5 m.The hei'ht of the rooms are 2m.)f 17 bric+s are needed to ma+e a s8uare meter then how man& bric+s are needed to ma+e the floor of a "articular roomN a)320 b)3!0 c)3 0 d)300 $ATT<A9 50 1. -ne man want to build a wall .The len'th and breadth of the wall are 20 and 30 res"ecti,el&. Ce need 35 bric+s for one s8uare centimeter then how man& bric+s he needN a)21*500 b)30*000 c)21*000 d)20*000

$ATT<A9 57 1. )n a hotel we can order two t&"es of ,arities*but we can ma+e 6 more ,ariteis in home.-ne can choose the four ,arities with two from hotel as must.1ind how man& wa&s one can order. a)1 b)15 c)56 d)2! $ATT<A9 5* 1. )f a "i"e can fill the tan+ within 6hrs.%ut due to lea+ it ta+es 30 min more.Now the tan+ is full then how much time will it ta+e to em"t& the tan+ throu'ht the lea+.N a)7! b)56 c)66 d)59 $ATT<A9 5" 1.The bacteria has the "robabilit& of s"lit into 3 and "robabilit& to die is 1@3rd of the total bacteria.Jet the "robabilit& is $.5ome of them sur,i,ed with "robabilit& 1@5.Then which amon' the followin' relation is trueN a)$01@341@5?3 b)$01@5?31@!E3) 2. There is a bacteria which has the "robabilit& of die 1@3 of its total number or it ma& tri"led. 1ind out the "robabilit& #. $01@3432@3?"Q3) %. $02@3432@3?"Q3) 9. $02@3431@3?"Q3) B $02@3432@3?"Q3) $ATT<A9 00 1. There was a 'rand mother in a ,illa'e who had a 'rand child.O"on as+in' her 'rand childs a'e she told that she is as older as man& da&s old as her dau'hters a'e in wee+s and as man& da&s as her own a'e in &ears.The sum of the three is 130.then how old is the child.N $ATT<A9 01 1) )n T.Na'ar the buildin' were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how man& As will be "resent in the numbersN a)1! b)19 c)20 d)21 2) )n Tna'ar man& buildin's were under residential cate'or&.for buildin's the& number as 1 to 100. 1or sho"s* cor"oration numbered between 150 and 200 onl& "rime numbers. how man& time 6 will a""ear in buildin' numberin'N $ATT<A9 0& 1)#mrith told to #nand in front of a $hoto that YCe is the son of m& fatherAs sonZ.1ind who is in the "icture if amrith ha,e no brothers and sisters. a)#mrith himself b)#mrithAs Oncle c)#mrithAs 1ather d)#mrithAs son 2) -ne "erson has no siblin's and sa&s*Z the 'u& in the "hoto is the onl& son of m& father Vs sonZ. >hat is the relation of the 'u& to the "ersonN $ATT<A9 05

1) -ne 'rand father has 3 'rand children two of the a'e difference is 3.<ldest child a'e is 3 times the &oun'est childs a'e and the eldest child a'e is two &ear more than the sum of other two children. 1ind what is the a'e of the elders childN a)1! b)22 c)30 d)10. 2) -ne 'randfather has three 'randchildren* two of their a'e difference is 3* eldest child a'e is 3 times &oun'est childAs a'e and eldest childAs a'e is two times of sum of other two children. >hat is the a'e of eldest childN 3) -ne 'randfather has three 'randchildren* two of their a'e difference is 3* eldest child a'e is 3 times &oun'est childAs a'e and eldest childAs a'e is two times of sum of other two children. >hat is the a'e of eldest childN $ATT<A9 0) 1) )n a school* for a student out of 100 he 'ot 7 of a,era'e for 7 subLects and he 'ot 79 mar+s in the !th subLect. what is the a,era'e of all the subLectN a)76.251 b)!0.25 c)7 .265 d)7 .625 $ATT<A9 05 1) 3 "ersons a*b*c were there # alwa&s sa&s truth*% lies on Konda&*tusda&*/ >ednesda&.but 9 lies on thrusda&*1rida& / saturda& .one da& # saidZthat % / 9 said to # thatZ % said Y&esterda& wa& one of the da&s when ) liesZ*9 said thatZ&esterda& wa& one of the da&s when ) lies tooZ.then which da& was thatN a)5unda& b)Thursda& c)5aturda& d)Tuesda& $ATT<A9 00 1) >hich is the smallest no which di,ides 2!!0 and 'i,es a "erfect s8uareN a) b)9 c)3 d)5 $ATT<A9 07 1) Cow man& 9 di'it numbers are "ossible b& usin' the di'its 1*2*3* *5 which are di,isible b& if the re"etition is allowedN a)57 b)56 c)59 d)5! 2) how man& 13 di'it numbers are "ossible b& usin' the di'its 1*2*3* *5 which are di,isible b& if re"etition of di'its is allowedN 3) %& usin' 1*2*3* *5*how man& 5 di'it no. can be formed which is di,isible b& *re"etation of no. is allowedNN ) 1orm ! di'it numbers from b& usin' 1* 2*3* *5 with re"etition is allowed and must be di,isible b& N 5) Cow man& of 1 di'it numbers we can ma+e with 1*2*3* *5 that are di,isible b& . :e"etitions allowed.

$ATT<A9 0* 1) 9onsider two tumblers* the first containin' >ater and ne6t contains coffee. 5u""ose &ou ta+e one s"oon of water out of the first tumbler and "our it into the second tumbler. #fter mo,in' &ou ta+e one s"oon of the mi6ture from the second tumbler and "our it bac+ into the first tumbler . >hich one of the followin' statement holds nowN a) There is less coffee in the first tumbler than water in the second tumblers b) There is more coffee in the firs tumbler than water in the second tumbler c) There is as much coffee in the first tumbler as there is water in the second tumbler d)None of the statements holds true 2) Two bowls are ta+en* one contains water and another contains tea.one s"oon of water is added to second bowl and mi6ed well* and a s"oon of mi6ture is ta+en from second bowl and added to the second bowl. >hich statement will hold 'ood for the abo,eN $ATT<A9 0" 1) 5i6 friends decide to share a bi' ca+e. 5ince all of them li+e the ca+e* the& be'in 8uarrelin' who 'ets to first cut and ha,e a "iece of the ca+e. -ne friend su''ests that the& ha,e a blindfold friend choose from well shuffled set of cards numbered one to si6. Rou chec+ and find that this method wor+s as it should simulatin' a fair throw of a die. Rou chec+ b& "erformin' multi"le simultaneous trials of "ic+in' the cards blindfold and throwin' a die. Rou note that the number shown b& the method of "ic+in' u" a card and throwin' a real world die* sums to a number between 2 and 12. >hich total would be li+el& to a""ear more often = !*9 or 10N a) ! b)#ll are e8uall& li+el& c)9 d)10 $ATT<A9 70 69) 2i,en a collection of "oints $ in the "lane * a 1Eset is a "oint in $ that can be se"arated from the rest b& a line* .i.e the "oint lies on one side of the line while the others lie on the other side. The number of 1Esets of $ is denoted b& n13$). The minimum ,alue of n13$) o,er all confi'urations $ of 5 "oints in the "lane in 'eneral "osition 3.i.e no three "oints in $ lie on a line) is a) 3 b)5 c)2 d)! 6.1. The a'e of :am and 5a&am are in the ratio 5.6 and after then what is the "resent a'e of 5a&amN Ans. 12&ears 3names and ,alues ma& chan'e) &ears their ratios are 7.!

6.&. There is a to& train that can ma+e 10 musical sounds. )t ma+es 2 musical sounds after bein' defecti,e. >hat is the "robabilit& that same musical sound would be "roduced 5 times consecuti,el&N 31 of )N Ans. 1@2 ? 1@2 ? 1@2 ? 1@2 ? 1@2 0 1@32 6.5. 1ind 3 642&)@ 3 6E2&) if 6@2&02 6.). 1ind a,era'e s"eed if a man tra,els at s"eed of 1 +m"h u" and 26+m"h down at an altitude of 200m. 1ormula is 26&@ 364&)

6.5. )n school there are some bic&cles and wheeler wa'ons.one Tuesda& there are 190 wheels in the cam"us. Cow man& bic&cles are thereN Ans. 15 6.0. 5i6 friends 'o to "iDDa corner there are 2 t&"es of "iDDas. #nd si6 different fla,ors are there the& ha,e to select fla,ors from 16 fla,ors. )n how man& wa&s we can selectN Ans. 169 6.7. 3* 15* 6* 51* 53*159*161. 1ind ( Ans. 17 6.*. 3 friends #* %* 9 went for wee+ end "art& to KcBonaldAs restaurant and there the& measure there wei'hts in some order )N 7 rounds. # % 9 #% %9 #9 #%9. 1inal round measure is 155 +' then find the a,era'e wei'ht of all the 7 roundsN Ans. 3155)@7031 6.". The cost of ma+in' robot is di,ided into cost of material* cost of re"airin' and cost of "aintin' in the ratio of 5.2.3. The cost used for material is 200. 1ind the total cost of ma+in' the robotN Ans. 00 3Lust calculate it). 6.10. 3There was a lon' stor&* )Ill cut short it) There are 5 materials to ma+e a "erfume. Jilac* %alsamic* Jemon* and >ood& and K) mosaic. To ma+e a "erfume that is in demand the followin' conditions are to be followed. Jilac and %alsamic 'o to'ether. >ood& and K) mosaic 'o to'ether >ood& and %alsamic ne,er 'o to'ether. Jemon can be added with an& material. 3#ctuall& the& had also mentioned how much amount of one can be added with how much 8uantit& of the other but thatIs not needed for the 8uestion.) #ll of the followin' combinations are "ossible to ma+e a "erfume e6ce"t. 1. %alsamic and Jilac 2. >ood& and Jemon 3. K) mosaic and >ood& . K) mosaic and Jilac 6.11. # trian'le is made from a ro"e. The sides of the trian'le are # cm* % cm and 9 cm 3) do not remember the numerical ,alue)>hat will be the area of the s8uare made from the same ro"eN Ans. 3 3#4%49)@ )2 6.1&. >hat is the distance of the DEinterce"t from the 6Einterce"t in the e8uation a64b&4cD0d 3) do not remember the ,alues of a* b* c* d). Ans. s8rt 33d@a) 24 3d@c) 2) 6.15. # scientist in #ntarctic re'ion conducts research on bears came to +now that bears chan'es accordin' to the location .once he mo,es 1 mile towards north* then he mo,es 2 miles towards east* then 1 mile towards south. Now the color of bear he found will be in. Ans. white

6.1). Two "i"es # and % fill at # certain rate % is filled at 10*20* 0*!0*. )f 1@16 of % if filled in 17 hours what time it will ta+e to 'et com"letel& filled Ans. 21 6.15. There are 11 bo&s in a famil&. Roun'est child is a bo&. >hat is the "robabilit& of all are bo&sN 3a) 2 3b) 2T 3c) 20 ! 3d) 102 6.10. # bo& bou'ht a roll # of 56 inches wide and 1 1 &ards lon'. Ce also bou'ht % of 77 inches wide of len'th 333&ards. >e donAt want an& details of %. 5ome irrele,ant matter. 1inal 8uestion is Time ta+en for cuttin' # into 1 &ard "iece is 2 seconds. Time ta+en to cut into 1 1 "ieces of 1 &ard each isN Ans. is 231 1) 02 2 6.17. $erson bu&s a horse for 15 "onds* after one &ear he sells it for 20 "ounds. #fter one &ear* a'ain he bu&s the same horse at 30 "ounds and sells it for 0 "ounds. >hat is the "rofit for that "ersonN Ans. is 15 "ounds 6.1*. There are 1000 "illars for a tem"le. 3 friends Jinda* 9helse&* 7uli ,isited that tem"le. 35ome unrelated stuff) Jinda is taller than 9helsea and taller than 2 of 1000 "illars. 7ulia is shorter than Jinda. 1ind the correct sentenceN 3a) Jinda is shorter amon' them 3b) 9helsea is taller than 7ulia 3c) 9helsea is shorter than 7ulia 3d) 9annot determine who is taller amon' 9helsea and 7ulia Ans. 3d) 6.1". )n a famil& there are some bo&s and 'irls. #ll bo&s told that the& are ha,in' e8ual no of brothers and sisters and 'irls told that the& are ha,in' twice the no. of brothers than sisters. Cow man& bo&s and 'irls "resent in a famil&N Ans. is bo&s and 3 'irls 6.&0. There are certain number of hats and 'lo,es in a bo6. The& are of 1 red* 23 'reen* 11 oran'e. $ower 'one. %ut a woman can differentiate between hats and 'lo,es. Cow man& draws are re8uired to obtain a "air of each color. 6.&1. There is a die with 10 faces. )t is not +nown that fair or not. 2 ca"tains want to toss die for battin' selection. >hat is the "ossible solution amon' the followin'N 3a) )f no. is odd it is head* if no. is e,en it is tail 3b) )f no. is odd it is tail* if no. is e,en it is head 3c) Toss a die until all the 10 di'its a""ear on to" face. #nd if first no. in the se8uence is

odd then consider it as tail. )f it is e,en consider it as head. ) didnAt remembered last o"tion and ) donAt +now answer. 6.&&. 2 &ears a'o of # is 6 times that of %. 3 Rears hence the a'e of # is @3 times of %. >hat is the "resent a'e of % in binar& formN ) didnAt remember the e6act ,alues of 6 and &. Rou can sol,e easil&. 6.&5. :am bu&s a c&cle for 31 dollars and 'i,en a che8ue of amount 35 dollars. 5ho" ;ee"er e6chan'ed the che8ue with his nei'hbor and 'a,e chan'e to :am. #fter 2 da&s* it is +nown that che8ue is bounced. 5ho" +ee"er "aid the amount to his nei'hbor. The cost "rice of c&cle is 19 dollars. >hat is the "rofit@loss for sho" +ee"erN Ans. is 233cost "rice 4 chan'e 'i,en). 6.&). Ketal stri" of width V6A cm. 2 metal stri"s are "laced one o,er the other* then the combine len'th of 2 stri"s is V&A. )f VDA stri"s are "laced in that manner. >hat is the final width of that arran'ementN Ans. is 3DE1) 3&E6) 46. 6.&5. # 'ame is "la&ed between 2 "la&ers and one "la&er is declared as winner. #ll the winners from first round are "la&ed in second round. #ll the winners from second round are "la&ed in third round and so on. )f ! rounds are "la&ed to declare onl& one "la&er as winner* how man& "la&ers are "la&ed in first round Ans. is 2!. 6.&0. There are 3 bo&s #* %* 9 and 2 2irls B* <. B alwa&s sit ri'ht to #. 2irls ne,er sit in e6treme "ositions and in the middle "osition. 9 alwa&s sits in the e6treme "ositions. >ho is sittin' immediate ri'ht to <N Ans. is % or 9 6.&7. 9 members attended the "art&. )n that 22 are males* 17 are females. The sha+e hands between males* females* male and female. Total 12 "eo"le 'i,en sha+e hands. Cow man& such +inds of such sha+e hands are "ossibleN Ans. is 1292 6.&*. <ntr& tic+et to an e6hibition ran'es from 1" to 31". Rou need to "ro,ide e6act chan'e at the counter. Rou ha,e 31" coin. )n how man& "arts will u di,ide 31" so that u will "ro,ide the e6act chan'e re8uired and carr& as less coins as "ossibleN 3a) 22 3b) 31 3c) 6 3d) 32 Ans. is 6 6.&". There are 2 friends $eter and $aul. $eter a'e is twice as old as $aul when "eter was as old as $aul is now. 5um of the "resent a'es of $eter and $aul is 35.>hat is the "resent

a'e of $eterN Ans. is 20 6.50. # lad& too+ out Lac+et and 'lo,es* which are a,ailable in blue 16* &ellow 0 and red 36. $ower 'oes off* she can distin'uish between 'lo,es and Lac+et but not in colors. >hatIs the "ossibilit& their she will "ic+ u" "air of 'lo,es of each color. Ans. ,er& eas&.. 6.51. Two bowls are ta+en* one contains water and another contains tea. -ne s"oon of water is added to second bowl and mi6ed well* and a s"oon of mi6ture is ta+en from second bowl and added to the second bowl. >hich statement will hold 'ood for the abo,eN Ans. second li8uid in first bowl is smaller than the first mi6ture in second bowl) 6.5&. :earran'e and cate'oriDe the word V)2T:<AN Ans. #nimal 3T)2<:) 6.55. # lies on Konda&* Tuesda&* wed and s"ea+ truths on other da&s* % lies on Thurs* 1ri* 5at and s"ea+s truths on other da&s. -ne da& a said ) lied toda& and % said ) too lied toda&. >hat is the da&N 6.5). -ne 'randfather has three 'randchildren* two of their a'e difference is 3* eldest child a'e is 3 times &oun'est childAs a'e and eldest childAs a'e is two times of sum of other two children. >hat is the a'e of eldest childN Ans. 1! 1. 0 persons standing in queue !ith different age group after t!o years their a'erage age !ill be )5 and se'enth person 8oined !ith them. hence the current a'erage age has become )5. find the age of se'enth person#olution: Cere the 8uestion a""ear as an eas& one* but carried a lot of unwanted sentences and unwanted datas 3i dint mention abo,e) in e6am which ma& confuse &ou on sol,in' techni8ue. Jet 6 be current a,era'e a'e of first 6 "ersons in 8ueue and current a'e of se,enth "erson be &. Then 66 will become the sum of those 6 "ersons a'e. Now* let com"ute the sum of those 6 "ersons after two &ears* 66412 3as each and indi,idual increase their a'e b& 2). hence its a,era'e become 366412)@6 0 3 3'i,e in 8uestion itself). 5o now we can com"ute 6 from abo,e e8uation. 36 0 1* 66 0 2 6) Jet now we com"ute &* 33664&)@7) 0 5* as we ha,e ,alue of 6* com"ute &. Ans: 0" &. +orse started to chase dog as it relie'ed stable t!o hrs ago. And horse started to ran !ith a'erage speed &&(m4hr horse crossed 10 mts road and t!o small pounds !ith depth 5m and it crossed t!o small street !ith &00 mts length. After tra'eling 0 hrs &hrs after sunset it got dog. compute the speed of dog-

Ans: #s we ha,e s"eed and tra,el time of horse* we can 'et distance tra,elled b& itP Cence d 0 22?6 0 132+m* <6actl& this 132+m was tra,elled b& do' in ! hours 3as it started two hours earlier). Cence s"eed of do' 0 132@! 0 16.5+m@hr Ans: 10.5(m4hr. 5. 5 && 7 )5 15 - 51 #olution: Cere it a""ear sim"le* because it arran'ed in arran'ed in se8uence manner* but the actual 8uestion was some what twist mentionin' fibonacci series and more o,er 8uestion was in statements 3no numbers).. hence first tr& to understand the 8uestion well. here let 'rou" alternate terms 3*7*15*31 334 07* 74! 015* 15416031) 5imilarl& for second 'rou" 322* 5*N 322423 0 5* 54 6 0 91) hence Ans is "1. ). 3n Tnagar many buildings !ere under residential category.for buildings they number as 1 to 100. 7or shops corporation numbered bet!een 150 and &00 only prime numbers. ho! many time 0 !ill appear in building numbering#olution: 1or 1 to 10 = 1 si6 2 to 20 = 1 si6 5imilarl& u"to 59 we utilise si6* 5 times from 60 to 69 3includin' 66) = 11 times from 70 to 100 = 3* hence ans 0 541143 0 19 Ans:1". 5. 11)xM5y2M15xM"y22415xM5y2 L - as 1x4&y2 L & Ans: 2 3sim"le al'ebra* ) thin+ no need of e6"lanation) 0: 3f !e subract a number !ith y !e get ) increase of number once it got di'ided by y itself.. 7ind that number-Ans: 12 3we can easil& "redict from o"tions* as we ta+e & as 6) 7. 3 dont remember exactly the question one logical problem stating the colour of beerAns: white. *. Cumbled letters para(eet 1ans!er2 Ans: bird 3cate'or&) ". 3t !as a ratio proportional problem !ith age.TTT 10. one question li(e. 1&0"G1))2U& M 1&0"G&0"2M1&0"G1))2M11))G1))2 L Ans: here &ou can use calc* man&3 to 5) 8uestions were de"end u"on calc alone.3no need "roblem sol,in' techni8ue).

11. 3m only son for my parents. 1some irrele'ant statements in the middle to distract you2. The man in picture is my fatherJs son. 1some irrele'ant statements2.!ho is heAns: he himself 3blood relation t&"e of 8uestion). 1. Cow man& com"lete tan+s of water* each with a ca"acit& of 3 cubic meters* are needed to fill an em"t& c&lindrical tan+ whose hei'ht is 3 meters and whose base has a radius of 2 metersN #) 12 %) 13 9) 1 B) 15 <) 16 2. #n& serious "olic& discussion about acce"table le,els of ris+ in connection with e6"losions is not well ser,ed if the "artici"ants fail to use the word Ye6"losionZ and use the "hrase Yener'etic disassembl&Z instead. )n fact* the word Ye6"losionZ elicits desirable reactions* such as a hei'htened le,el of attention* whereas the substitute "hrase does not. Therefore* of the two terms* Ye6"losionZ is the one that should be used throu'hout discussions of this sort. >hich of the followin' is an assum"tion on which the ar'ument abo,e de"endsN 3#) )n the +ind of discussion at issue* the ad,anta'es of desirable reactions to the term Ye6"losionZ outwei'h the drawbac+s* if an&* arisin' from undesirable reactions to that term. 3%) The "hrase Yener'etic disassembl&Z has not so far been used as a substitute for the word Ye6"losionZ in the +ind of discussion at issue. 39) )n an& serious "olic& discussion* what is said b& the "artici"ants is more im"ortant than how it is "ut into words. 3B) The onl& reason that "eo"le would ha,e for usin' Yener'etic disassembl&Z in "lace of Ye6"losionZ is to render im"ossible an& serious "olic& discussion concernin' e6"losions. 3<) The "hrase Yener'etic disassembl&Z is not necessaril& out of "lace in describin' a controlled rather than an accidental e6"losion 3. # certain shade of 'ra& "aint is obtained b& mi6in' 3 "arts of white "aint with 5 "arts of blac+ "aint. )f 2 'allons of the mi6ture is needed and the indi,idual colors can be "urchased onl& in oneE'allon or halfE 'allon cans* what is the least amount of "aint* in 'allons* that must be "urchased in order to measure out the "ortions needed for the mi6tureN 3#) 2 3%) 2 G 39) 3 3B) 3 G 3<) . To bu& a com"uter s&stem* a customer can choose one of monitors* one of 2 +e&boards* one of com"uters and one of 3 "rinters. Betermine the number of "ossible s&stems that a customer can choose from. 3#) 96 3%)9! 39)9!.5 3B) 9 3<)100 5. # student can select one of 6 different mathematics boo+s* one of 3 different chemistr& boo+s and one of different science boo+s. )n how man& different wa&s can a student select a boo+ of mathematics* a boo+ of chemistr& and a boo+ of scienceN #) 1 3%)12 39)72 3B) 7 3<)76

6. Cow man& 6 di'it tele"hone numbers can be constructed with the di'its 0* 1* 2* ...* 9 if each number starts with 35 and no di'it a""ears more than onceN #) 2670 3%)26!0 39)1670 3B) 15!0 3<)16!0 7. )f the a,era'e cost of "roducin' one wid'et decreases from $12.50 to $10.75* what is the "ercent of the decreaseN 3#) 10 3%) 12.5 39) 1 3B) 15 3<) 16 !. )f a 4 b = c 0 d* and if a = b 4 c 0 e* then a 0 3#) 1@2 3d 4 e) 3%) d = e 39) 2d 4 e 3B) d 4 e 3<) 23d 4 e) 9. >hat is the a,era'e 3arithmetic mean) of 6 4 5* 76E6*and E!642N 3#)6 4 1 3%)6 4 1@3 39)36 4 1 3B)36 4 1@3 3<)36 4 3 1@3 10. )n a classroom of 35 students* 1 our male. >hat "ercent of the classroom is maleN 3#)1 ` 3%)20` 39)30` 3B) 0` 3<)50` 11. )f the area of a trian'le is 2 and its base is 6* what is the len'th of the altitude to that baseN 3#)3 3%)6 39)! 3B)10 3<)un+nown 12.Jenn&Is a,era'e score after 3 tests is !!. >hat score on the th test would brin' Jenn&Is a,era'e u" to e6actl& 90N 3#)92 3%)93 39)9 3B)95 3<)96 13. )f an inte'er is di,isible b& 6 and b& 9* then the inte'er must be di,isible b& which of the followin'N #. 12 %. 1! 9. 2 B. 36 <. 5 1 .)f 7eff and 7imm& ha,e less than 22 dollars between them* and 7eff has ! dollars* which of the followin' could be the number of dollars that 7imm& hasN ).12 )). 1 ))). 16 #. ) onl& %. ))) onl& 9. ) / ))). B. ) / )) <. Neither )* ))* nor ))) are correct 15.5te"hanie dro,e at an a,era'e rate of 50 miles "er hour for two hours and then increased her a,era'e rate b& 50` for the ne6t 3 hours. Cer a,era'e rate of s"eed for the 5 hours was t miles "er hour. >hat is the ,alue of tN #. 55 m"h

%. 60 m"h 9. 65 m"h B. 70 m"h <. 75 m"h 16.)f 1 al"ha 0 2 betas and 1 beta 0 3 'ammas* how man& al"has are e8ual to 36 'ammasN #. 6 %. 12 9. 36 B. 72 <. 10! 17. $rice of -ne $ac+ $roLected Number of $ac+s 5old $0.75 10*000 $0.!0 9*000 $0.!5 !*000 $0.90 7*000 $0.95 6*000 $1.00 5*000 The chart abo,e describes how man& "ac+s of 'um a com"an& e6"ects to sell at a number of "ossible "rices "er "ac+. >hich of the followin' e8uations best describes the relationshi" shown in the chart* where n indicates the number of "ac+s sold and " re"resents the "rice in dollars of one "ac+N #. n0 E20*000" E 25*000 %. n0 E20*000" 4 25*000 9. n0E200" E250 B. n 0 200" 4 250 <. n 0 20*000" E 25*000 1!.>hat is the a,era'e of the first 50 "ositi,e inte'ersN #. 25 %. 25.5 9. 26 B. 26.5 <. 27 19.#t 7oes 5tea+house the hourl& wa'e for a chef is 20` 'reater than that of a dishwasher* and the hourl& wa'e of a dishwasher is half as much as the hourl& wa'e of a mana'er. )f a mana'ers wa'e is $!.50 "er hour* how much less than a mana'er does a chef earn each hourN #. $5.95 %. $ .25 9. $5.10

B. $3.25 <. $3. 0 20. # florist bu&s roses at $0.50 a "iece and sells them for $1.00 a "iece. )f there are no other e6"enses* how man& roses must be sold in order to ma+e a "rofit of $300N #. 100 %. 150 9. 200 B. 300 <. 600 21.# certain "um" can drain a full 375E'allon tan+ in 15 minutes. #t this rate* how man& more minutes would it ta+e to drain a full 600E'allon tan+N 3#) 9 3%) 15 39) 1! 3B) 2 3<) 25 22. )f n is an e,en inte'er* which of the followin' must be an odd inte'erN 3#) 3nE2 3%) 33n41) 39)nE2 3B)n@3 3<)nQ2 23. 9ind& has a collection of !0 records. )f 0 "ercent of her records are LaDD records* and the rest are blues records* how man& blues records does she ha,eN 3#) 32 3%) 0 39) 2 3B) ! 3<) 50 2 . <6"ress 2*750*3!9 in scientific notation. 3#) 27.503!9 6 105 3%) 275.03!9 6 103 39) 27.503!9 6 106 3B) 0.27503!9 6 107 3<) 2.7503!9 6 106 25. # rectan'le and a trian'le ha,e e8ual areas. The len'th of the rectan'le is 12 inches* and its width is ! inches. )f the base of the trian'le is 32 inches* what is the len'th* in inches* of the altitude drawn to the baseN 3#) 6 3%) ! 39) 9 3B) 12 3<) 16 26. )f # is the set of ,alues of 6 at which 136)00* and % is the set of ,alues of 6 at which '36)00* what can &ou sa& about the set of ,alues of 6 at which f36)'36)00N 3#) )t is the intersection of # and %. 3%) )t is the union of # and %.

39) )t is a "ro"er subset of the union of # and %. 3B) )t is the 9artesian "roduct of # and %. 27. <,aluate the followin' e6"ressions. 3#) T 0 3%) 5T ? 5T 0 39) 3T ? 0T 0 3B) T @ 0T 0 3<) 6T @ 32T ? T) 0 2!. The "resent a'e of a father is 3 &ears more than three times the a'e of his son.Three &ears hence*fatherAs a'e will be 10 &ears more than twice the a'e of the son.1ind the "resent a'e of the father. 29. -ne &ear a'o the ratio of :amu / 5omu a'e was 6.7res"ecti,el&. 1our &ears hence their ratio would become 7.!. Cow old is 5omu. 30. The len'th of a runnin' trsain in 30` more than the len'th of another train % runnn' in the o""osite direction.To find out the s"eed of trtain %*which of the followin' information 'i,en in the statements $ / [ is sufficientN. $ . The s"eed of train # is !0 +m"h [ . The& too+ 90 sec to cross each other #. <ither $ / [ is sufficient %. %oth $ / [ are not sufficient 9. onl& [ is sufficient B. %oth $ / [ are neeed 31.$ointin' to a "hoto'ra"h* a man said* Y) ha,e no brother or sister but that manAs father is m& fatherAs son.Z >hose "hoto'ra"h was it N 32. -ne da& 7ac+ left home and c&cled 10 +m southwards * turned ri'ht and c&cled 5 +m and turned ri'ht and c&cled 10 +m and turned left and c&cled 10 +m. Cow man& +ilometers will he ha,e to c&cle to reach the home strai'ht N 33E35) <ach of the four friends Ks #* Kr. %* Ks 9 and Kr. B ,acationed at one of the four "laces 3each "erson ,acationed at onl& one "lace) = 7a"an* Ne"al* <'&"t and 5"ain 3not necessaril& in this order). <ach ,isited the "laces in one of the followin' months. 7anuar&* Karch* Ka& and No,ember* and e,er&one went in a different month. i.9 ,acationed immediatel& before # but after the man who went for a ,acation to 7a"an. ii.The "erson who left in Karch did not 'o to <'&"t and his friend ,acationed in Ka&. iii. The "erson who went to Ne"al ,acationed immediatel& after B did. i,. # and % ,isited the friend* who went to 5"ain* to see his "ictures.

33. >here did Ks 9 s"end her ,acationsN a. 7a"an b. Ne"al c. <'&"t d. 5"ain e. 9annot be determined 3 . >ho ,acationed in the month of KarchN a. Ks # b. Kr % c. Ks 9 d. Kr B e. %oth Kr. % and Kr. 9 35. Ne"al was ,acationed in which monthN a. 7an. b. Kar. c. Ka& d. No,. e. 1eb

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