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SECTION – I
GENERAL ENGLISH Number of questions: 25
1. _____________ is to constitution as prologue is to ______________.
1. Independence 2. Law 3. Preamble 4. Amendment
A. Eulogy B. Write C. Play D. Epilogue
1. 2C 2. 1D 3. 4A 4. 4D
2. ____________ is to horse as bray is to_______________.
1. Drive 2. Hoof 3. High 4. Saddle
A. Relay B. Pony C. Wagon D. Donkey
1. 1D 2. 1A 3. 3C 4.
3. ___________ is to distance as kilogram is to _____________.
1. far 2. meter 3. Europe 4. travel
A. heavy B. ounce C. weight D. noise
1. 2A 2. 2B 3. 2C 4. 1A
4. ____________ is to never as all is to ___________.
1. always 2. usually 3. seldom 4. often
A. none B. whole C. every D. total
1. 1A 2. 4D 3. 2B 4. 4A
5. ____________ is to rain as dam is to ____________.
1. cloud 2. fog 3. water 4. umbrella
A. electricity B. flood C. high D. spillway
1. 3B 2. 1B 3. 4B 4. 1A
6. ____________ is to pacifist as religion is to _____________.
1. war 2. atlantis 3. object 4. conscience
A. devout B. sacred C. atheist D. minister
1. 4C 2. 4B 3. 1C 4. 4A
7. ____________ is to bird as shedding is to ______________.
1. calling 2. flying 3. migrating 4. moulting
A. barn B. dog C. hay D. farm
1. 4A 2. 4B 3. 2C 4. 2A
8. ____________ is to England as lira is to ______________.
1. London 2. pound 3. king 4. colony
A. Italy B. Mexico C. mandolin D. Money
1. 1A 2. 1B 3. 1D 4. 2A
9. ____________ is to Canada as Rangoon is to ____________.
1. Detroit 2. Florida 3. Toronto 4. Alberta
A. Indonesia B. Burma C. East Pakistan D. Ceylon
1. 2B 2. 3B 3. 3D 4. 3A
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10. ____________ is to all as part is to _____________.
1. each 2. right 3. none 4. full
A. whole B. Separate C. role D. many
1. 1A 2. 4B 3. 1D 4. 4D
DIRECTION for questions 11 to 15: Select two words which are most nearly the SAME in meaning, or OPPOSITE
in meaning.
11. A. comical B. pretentious C. tragic D. climatic
1. AC 2. BC 3. AB 4. DA
12. A. deliberate B. increasing C. involuntary D. incorrigible
1. DC 2. BD 3. AC 4. CD
13. A. sagacious B. extravagant C. fastidious D. meticulous
1. CD 2. DB 3. BC 4. AC
14. A. dilatory B. querulous C. compatible D. omnivorous
1. AC 2. BD 3. DC 4. CB
15. A. extravagance B. prodigality C. edification D. acrimony
1. DC 2. AB 3. BC 4. CA
DIRECTION for questions 16 to 21: Choose the best answer among the listed alternatives.
16. One major obligation of the social psychologist is to provide his own discipline, the other social sciences, and
interested laymen with conceptual tools that will increase the range and the reliability of their understanding
of social phenomena. Beyond that, responsible government officials are today turning more frequently to the
social scientist for insights into the nature and solution of the problems of with which they are confronted.
The above argument assumes that
A. Social psychologist must have a strong background in other sciences as well as their own.
B. The social scientist has an obligation to provide the means by which social phenomena may be understood
by others.
C. Social phenomena are little, understood by those outside the field of social psychology.
D. A good social psychologist is obligated principally by the need to solve interdisciplinary problems.
1. B 2. C 3. A 4. D
17. Once a company has established an extensive sales network in a foreign market and therefore has achieved
substantial sales, it seems that these market should be treated in a very similar fashion to those in one's own
country. It is therefore in those countries where only initial sales and representation have been developed
where marketing methods will have to differ from domestic activities. The above statement assumes that:
A. Sales network can be the same in both foreign and domestic markets.
B. Extensive sales networks are preferable to less developed ones.
C. Larger markets abroad are more adaptable to domestic marketing methods.
D. A study of marketing should consider the adaptability of advertising campaigns in different countries.
1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D
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18. Equality of opportunity has long been prominent as a goal in many countries. In Europe and America there
has also been advocacy of more equality of income  the results after taxes of what a person gets for his
efforts and the yield of his property. Many western politicians believe this concept of equality should be
implemented in developing countries in order to speed economic development. Which of the following, if
true, could weaken the argument above?
A. In a poor society, total income is so low that if it were distributed equally, no one could save enough
to provide resources for investment.
B. The marginal dollars in the hands of people with large incomes provide less utility than those with lower
income.
C. High achievement in many societies is due to equality of incomes.
D. Equality of opportunity is not necessarily synonymous with equality of income.
1. D 2. B 3. A 4. C
19. In 1985 there were 20 deaths from automobile accident per 1,000 miles traveled. A total of 20,000 miles
were traveled via automobiles in 1985. In the same year, 800 people died in airplane crashes and 400 people
were killed in train disasters. A statistician concluded that it was more dangerous to travel by plane, train, and
automobile, in that order. Which of the following refuses the statistician's conclusions?
A. There is no common denominator by which to compare the number of deaths resulting from each mode of
travel.
B. One year is insufficient to reach such a conclusion.
C. More people travel by car than any other mode of transport, therefore, the probability of a car accident is
greater.
D. The probability of being killed in a train disaster and as a result of a car crash is the same.
1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D
20. Product shipments of household appliances are expected to rise to $17 billion next year, an average annual
increase of 8.0 percent over the past five years. The real growth rate, after allowing for probable price
increases, is expected to be about 4.3 percent each year, resulting in shipments this year of $ 14 billion in
1987 dollars. Each of the following, if true, could help to account for this trend EXCEPT:
A. Increased consumer spending for durable products.
B. Consumer disposable income has increased.
C. The consumer price of electricity has decreased.
D. Individual tax advantages have decreased.
1. C 2. A 3. D 4. B
21. Each year's increase or decrease in the trade deficit (merchandise imports greater than exports) is calculated
in relation to the previous year's. In 1976, imports of private vehicles were 10 percent higher than in 1975,
while imports of vehicles including commercial vans was 15 percent higher than in 1975. That 15 percent
increase was one and half times the increase recorded in 1975.
If the formation above is accurate, which of the following must be true?
A. In 1976, the increase, if any, of commercial vehicle imports was smaller than the increase in imports of
private vehicles.
B. In 1976, the increase, if any, of commercial vehicle imports was greater than the increase in imports of
private vehicles.
C. In 1975, more commercial vehicles were imported than private vehicles.
D. The average number of private vehicles imported in 1975 declined.
1. A 2. C 3. B 4. D
DIRECTIONS for questions 22 to 25: Choose the correct alternative.
22. Somebody told you, __________________ ?
1. Isn't it 2. Wasn't it 3. Didn’t he 4. Didn't they
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23. _________________ fast.
1. News travels 2. News travel 3. A news travels 4. The news travel
24. She _______________ in the morning because she gets up late
1. always has to hurry 2. has always to hurry 3. has to always hurry 4. has to hurry always
25. There is ______________.
1. hair in the soup 2. hair in soup 3. a hair in soup 4. a hair in the soup
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SECTION II
QUANTITATIVE Number of questions: 30
26. There are 6 balls of different colours and 3 boxes of different sizes. Each box can hold all the 6 balls. The
balls are put in the boxes so that no box remains empty. The number of ways in which this can be done is
1. 534 2. 543 3. 540 4. 528
27. If a
x
= b
y
= c
z
and b
2
= ac, then y equals:
1.
z x
xz
+
2.
) ( 2 z x
xz
−
3.
) ( 2 x z
xz
−
4.
) (
2
z x
xz
+
28. If the total number of relations from Set A to Set B is 1024, and n (A) > 1, n (B) > 1, then
1. n(A) = 2, n(B) = 5 2. n(A) = 5, n(B) = 1 3. n(A) = 10, n(B) = 1 4. n(A) = 1, n(B) = 10
29. On a railway network there are ten (10) stations. The number of types of tickets required in order that it may
be possible to book a passenger from every station to every other is
1. / 2. 3. / 4. /
30. The number of ways in which the letters of the word "ARGUEMENT" can be arranged so that only
consonants occurs at both the ends is
1. 3!* 5! 2. 14400 3. 41000 4. None of these
31. If U
r
denotes the number of oneone functions from (X
1
, X
2
,………X
r
) to (Y
1
, Y
2
,………Y
r
) such that f(X
1
)
≠ Y
1
for I = 1, 2, 3,……..r, then U
4 =
1. 9 2. 44 3. 265 4. None of these
32. If
b
a
=
3
4
, then
b a
b a
2 3
2 3
−
+
would be equal to:
1. – 1 2. 3 3. 5 4. 6
33. The number of ways in which the digits of the number 125453752 can be arranged such that no two 5's come
together is
1. / 2. / 3. 7C
3
· / 4. None of these
34. If 2
x1
+ 2
x+1
= 320, then the value of x is
1. 4 2. 5 3. 6 4. 7
35. The value of
−
+
+
−
n n
n n
2 2
2 2
1
1
is
1.
2
1
2.
2
3
3.
1
1
2
+
−
n
n
4. None of these
36. On a 26 questions test, five points were deducted for each wrong answer and eight points were credited for
each correct answer. If all the questions were answered , how many were correct if the score was zero?
1. 13 2. 6 3. 9 4. 10
10
2
10 10 10 2 8 8 2
9 3 2 7 3 2 6 2
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37. There are n players in an elimination type singles tournament. How many matches must be played (or
defaulted) to determine the winner?
1. n + 1 2. n – 1 3. n – 2 4. n + 2
38. If 1≤x≤2 and 1≤y≤3, then least possible value of (2y3x) is
1. 0 2. –3 3. – 4 4. – 5
39. Each edge of a cube is a 1_ohm resistor. What is the resistance between two diagonally opposite vertices of
the cube?
1. 11/9 2. 1/3 3. 2/3 4. 5/6
40. When n is divided by 4, the remainder is 3. What is the remainder when 2n is divided by 4?
1. 1 2. 2 3. 3 4. 6
41. Multiply 5746320819 by 125.
1. 748,290,103,375 2. 728,490,301,375 3. 718,290,102,375 4. 798,290,102,975
42. A company offered its 350 employees a bonus of Rs.10 to each male and Rs.8.15 to each female. All the
females but certain percentage of males refused to accept. The total bonus paid was not dependent upon the
number of new employed. What was the total amount paid to the women?
1. Rs.2445 2. Rs.1222.50 3.Rs. 1262.50 4.Rs.2525
43. Which are two numbers whose difference and whose quotient are each equal to 5?
1. 5/4 and 25/4 2. 15/2 and 30/2 3. 11 and 16 4. 7 and 12
44. A series of books was published at seven year interval. When the seventh book was issued, the sum of the
publication years was 13,524. When was the first book published?
1. 1932 2. 1942 3. 1911 4. 1917
45. In a given period of days, it was observed that when it rained in afternoon, it had been clear in the morning,
and when it rained in the morning, it was clear in the afternoon. It rained on 9 days and was clear on 6
afternoons and 7 mornings. How long was the period?
1. 21days 2. 17days 3. 13days 4. 11days
46. The traffic lights at three different road crossings change after every 48 sec, 72 sec and 108 sec. respectively.
If they all change simultaneously at 8:20:00 hours, then they will again change simultaneously at:
1. 8:27:1 2. 8:27:24 hrs 3. 8:27:36 hrs 4. 8:27:48 hrs.
47. If
1
/
4
of 20 is 6, then 1/5 of 10 is
1. 3 2. 4 3. 22/5 4. 21/2
48. Which pair from below will not satisfy the equation 187x104y = 41?
1. x = 3, y = 5 2. x = 107, y = 192 3. x = 211, y = 379 4. x = 314, y = 565
49. The simplest reduction to the lowest terms of
116,690,151 / 427,863,887 is
1. 11/3 2. 7/11 3. 3/11 4. None of these
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50. If 1.125 X 10
k
= .001125, then the value of k is
1. – 4 2. – 3 3. – 2 4. – 1
51. 3 truck drivers went to roadside cafe. 1st purchased 4 sandwiches, 1 coffee, 10 biscuits and paid Rs 1.69
paise. 2nd purchased 3 sandwiches, 1 coffee, 7 biscuits and paid Rs. 1.26 paise. What did 3rd truck driver
pay for a sandwich, a cup of coffee, and one biscuit?
1. 35 paise 2. 89 paise 3. 68 paise 4. 40 paise
52. 10 people start a club. If there had been five more in the group, the initial expenses to each would have been
Rs.100 less. What was initial cost per person?
1. Rs.250 2. Rs.300 3. Rs.500 4. Rs.400
53. The expression Q = 72/6
z
is a natural number. What is the greatest possible value that integer z can take
in the expression?
1. 24 2. 32 3. 34 4. Data inadequate
54. If 70% of adult males of a community have brown eyes, 75% have dark hair, 85% are over 5'8" tall and 90%
weigh more than 140 pounds, what % at least have all four characteristics?
1. 60% 2. 45% 3. 20% 4. 48%
55. Henry started a trip into the country between 8 A.M. and 9 A.M. when the hands of clock were together. He
arrived at his destination between 2 P.M. and 3 P.M. when the hands of the clock were exactly 180° apart.
For how long did he travel?
1. 6 hours 2. 7 hours 3. 9 hours 4. 11 hours
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SECTION III
DATA INTERPRETATION & DATA SUFFICIENCY
Number of questions: 40
DIRECTIONS for questions 5657: in the questions given below which one number when placed at the sign of
interrogation shall complete the number matrix.
56.
6 6 8
5 7 5
4 3 ?
120 126 320
1. 12 2. 16 3. 8 4. 4
57.
1 4 9 ?
1 2 3 4
2 4 6 ?
1. 16 and 8 2. 36 and 4 3. 25 and 5 4. 49 and 7
DIRECTIONS for questions 5859: In each question given below which letters when placed at the sign of
interrogation shall complete the matrix?
58.
A M B N
R C S D
E U F ?
1. T 2. F 3. V 4. R
59.
A D H
F I M
? N R
1. P 2. N 3. K 4. O
DIRECTIONS for questions 60 to 67: Follow the given Instructions.
Each item has a question followed by two statements
Mark 1, if the question can be answered with the help of statement A alone.
Mark 2, if the question can be answered with the help of statement B alone.
Mark 3, if the question can be answered with the help of both the statements but not with the help of either statement
alone.
Mark 4, if the question cannot be answered even with the help of both the statements.
60. The average of three quotations for a particular item is Rs. 120. Is the highest quotation less than or equal to
Rs. 139?
A. The lowest quotation is Rs. 90. B. One of the quotation is Rs.125.
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61. How many people read both Economic Times and Financial Express?
A. Out of 300 readers, 200 read Financial Express, 220 read Economic times and 50 read Indian Express.
B. Out of total 300 readers, 200 read Financial Express, 220 read Economic times and 50 read neither.
62. A bus started from bus stop P, developed engine trouble and reached bus stop Q, 40 minutes late. What is the
distance between bus stops P and Q?
A. The engine trouble developed after traveling 40 kms from Bus stop P and the speed reduced to
1
/
4
th
of the
original speed.
B. The engine trouble developed after traveling 40 kms from Bus stop P in two hours and the speed reduced
1
/
4
th
of the original speed.
63. What is the value of prime number X?
A. X + Y is a two digit number > 50. B. Y is a two digit number.
64. What is the time difference Nairobi and Mumbai?
A. The departure time at Nairobi is exactly 6 p.m. local time and the arrival time at Mumbai is next day 3 am
local time.
B. The flight time is 6 hours.
65. Sujata is the eldest daughter. What is the current age of her father?
A. Current age of Sujata is 25 years and current age of her sister Sangeeta is 20 years.
B. Sangeeta's current age is one third of father's age five years before.
66. Alka has 2 sisters and 1 brother. How many sisters Sandhya have?
A. Alka and Sandhya are sisters. B. Sandhya has one brother.
67. Madhav likes car X because its cost is Rs. 5 lac cheapest in C segment and Makarand likes car Y because it
costs Rs.7 Lac highest in C segment. Which vehicle will be selected by Keshav ?
A. Keshav is looking for a car which is average representation of C segment.
B. Keshav 's budget is around Rs. 5.5 lac.
DIRECTIONS for questions 68 to 73: Questions are based on the following graph of buyers.
Buyers by age
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
Year
%
o
f
t
o
t
a
l
b
u
y
e
r
s
1020 Years
2040 Years
40 Years above
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68. By how much percentage has the % number of buyers in the age 2040 years age group has declined from
year 1995 to 1999?
1. 26.6% 2. 73.4% 3. 44% 4. 20%
69. If the total number of people surveyed is 2000 in each of the five years given, the number of people who buy
in the age group 1020 years has changed from year 1995 to 1999 is
1. 800 2. 600 3. 1200 4. 1400
70. Which of the following age groups shows a declining trend in the purchase in the given five years?
1. 1020 Years 2. 2040 Years
3. 40 Years & above 4. No particular trend in any group
71. By how much percentage has the % number of buyers in the age 1020 years age group has increased from
year 1997 to 1999?
1. 13.6% 2. 15% 3. 16.7% 4. 10%
72. Which of the age group show a particular trend?
1. 1020 Years 2. 2040 Years 3. 40 Years & above 4. No particular age group
73. The regain strategy should focus on which age group?
1. 1020 Years 2. 2040 Years 3. 40 Years & above 4. No particular age group
DIRECTIONS for questions 74 to 81: Questions are based on the data given in the following table.
There are Eight major locations in a zoo at Mysore. A survey was conducted to find out the movement of the people
within the zoo. Following results were obtained.
To
A B C D E F G H
From A 48 46 66 24 4 68 64
B 20 64 152 64 90 108 86
C 28 108 88 86 46 130 130
D 54 92 66 42 82 20 4
E 70 48 50 110 26 46 22
F 24 74 92 68 112 120 60
G 28 32 134 152 6 86 26
H 50 70 90 108 68 110 86
74. The least number of people go to which location?
1. G 2. D 3. B 4. A
75. What is the total number of people visiting the zoo?
1. 3868 2. 5000 3. 4000 4. Cannot be determined
76. What percentage of total visiting E comes from D?
1. 10% 2. 20% 3. 40% 4. 30%
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77. What is the difference between the number of people going from B to F and G and D to F and G?
1. 48 2. 96 3. 72 4. 84
78. The least number of people leave from which place?
1. H 2. G 3. A 4. E
79. The number of people leaving F for C is ____________ the number of people leaving C for F.
1. greater than 2. less than 3. equal to 4. Cannot say with certainty
80. The number of people going to A from B and C is equal to the number of people going to from
_______ and ___________.
1. E, A&C 2. E, D&C 3. F, A&C 4. H, E&G
81. The highest number of people leave from which place?
1. C 2. D 3. H 4. F
DIRECTIONS for questions 82 to 87: Questions are based on the following graph.
Spending by advertisers and viewers
22
22
20
19
17
0
5
10
15
20
25
1 2 3 4 5
Year
%
E
x
p
e
n
s
e
s
Total for all five years = Rs.100 crores.
82. If in year 3, out of money spent by the advertisers and viewers, 12% had been spent on contingent expenses,
what was the amount spent on contingent expenses ( Rs. Crore )?
1. 2.4 2. 2.1 3. 2.5 4. 2.6
83. The expenses of which year added to one fourth the expenses of another year equal the expenses of each of
two other years?
1. 4 2. 3 3. 2 4. 1
84. In how many years from Year 2 has the expenditure risen by the around 15%?
1. 1 2. 3 3. 2 4. Insufficient data
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85. The difference in the expenditure between which two years equals the difference between the expenditure in
year 2 and year 1?
1. year 5 and year 3 2. year 4 and year 3 3. Both a and b 4. Neither a and b
86. If in Year 6 the expenses increase at the same rate as they did from Year 3 to Year 5, what will be the
expenditure in Year 6 (Rs. Crore )?
1. 28.2 2. 24.2 3. 25.2 4. 23.2
87. If in year 4 out of the money spent by the advertisers and viewers, 10% spent on disaster recovery expenses,
what was the amount spent on disaster recovery expenses (Rs. crore)?
1. 2.2 2. 2.6 3. 2.3 4. 2.4
DIRECTION for questions 88 to 95: Questions are based on the following table.
The XYZ manufacturing company produces a product which has a 6 month demand cycle as below:
Month Demand in Units Working days/month
January 300 22
February 500 19
March 400 21
April 100 21
May 200 22
June 300 20
If company's policy is to retain safety stock of 20 % of monthly demand and each month’s safety stock becomes the
opening stock for the next month. Opening stock for January is 50 units. Each unit requires 10 labourhours and
company works 8 hours/day.
88. What is the opening stock for June?
1. 20 2. 40 3. 60 4. 100
89. What is production requirement for March?
1. 220 2. 310 3. 380 4. 320
90. In which month production requirement is highest?
1. February 2. March 3. January 4. June
91. In which month Opening stock is lowest?
1. February 2. March 3. January 4. May
92. If there are 20 workers employed currently, then how many workers need to be laid off in January to
accommodate demand?
1. 6 2. 2 3. 3 4. 5
93. If there are 20 workers employed currently, and number of workers need to be laid off in January (in
previous question) to accommodate demand. How many workers need to be hired in the month of February ?
1. 18 2. 16 3. 14 4. 22
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94. If constant workforce of 20 is retained, how many hours workers sit idle in the month of January?
1. 300 hrs. 2. 420 hrs. 3. 240 hrs. 4. 200 hrs.
95. If constant workforce of 20 is retained, how many hours workers do overtime in the month of February?
1. 2000 hrs. 2. 3000 hrs. 3. 2360 hrs. 4. 3360 hrs.
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SECTION IV
BUSINESS AWARENESS Number of questions: 25
96. The first animal tamed by man was
1. Dog 2. Bullock 3. Horse 4. Camel
97. The planning commission started functioning in
1. 1948 2. 1949 3. 1950 4. 1951
98. The age of earth is believed to be
1. 10 million years 2. 100 million years 3. 1000 million years 4. 4000 million years
99. Indian constitution was prepared in
1. 4 years 11 months 2. 2 years 18 days
3. 2 years 18 months 4. 2 years 11 months 18 days
100. In the event of breakdown of constitutional machinery of any state, under which one of the following articles
can the president’s rule be imposed?
1. 352 2. 356 3. 360 4. 370
101. FERA has been replaced by
1. Competitive Bill 2. Finance Bill 3. FEMA 4. No replacement
102. The measurement of poverty line is based on the criterion of
1. Dwelling houses 2. Caloric consumption
3. The nature of employment 4. The level of education
103. The largest flower in the world is
1. Cuscula 2. Nelumbo 3. Rafflesia 4. Deosera
104. In case of myopia the correct statement is/are
Light rays are
1. behind the retina 2. in front of the retina
3. can be collected by concave lens 4. can be collected by convex lens
1. 1 &4 2. 2&4 3. 2&3 4. 1,2 & 4
105. The most abundant metal in the earth’s crust is
1. Silicon 2. Iron 3. Aluminium 4. Calcium
106. Which was the first state in India to ban polythene bags in totality?
1. Delhi 2. Kerala 3. Himachal Pradesh 4. None of these
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107. The lightest metal is
1. K 2. Li 3. Ca 4. Mg
108. Pitche Blende is an ore of
1. Uranium 2. Cu 3. Pb 4. Zn
109. A current of 4 amp from 250V source flows through an electric iron for 2 hours. The energy consumed will
be
1. 1 Kwh 2. 4 Kwh 3. 1.5 Kwh 4. 2 Kwh
110. The Silicon Valley is actually known by the name
1. Palo Annie 2. Palo Alto 3. 23
rd
Avenue 4. New Avenue
111. Hypo used in photography is actually called
1. Sodium Bromide 2. Silver Bromide 3. Sodium Thiosulphate 4. Silver Nitrate
112. The gas primarily responsible for the yellowing of the Taj is
1. Nitric Oxide 2. Carbon Dioxide 3. Ozone 4. Sulphur Dioxide
113. The fuel used by spacecraft is
1. petrol 2. blended diesel 3. kerosene 4. LNG
114. A camel is able to survive water shortage by
1. using the water stored in its body
2. eating too many plants
3. breaking down the fats stored in its hump
4. devising ways to lessen water evaporation and perspiration
115. Which of the following treatments in done for skin lifting?
1. Laser 2. Maser 3. Electrolysis 4. Botox Injection
116. In man, the absence of a Y chromosome in a fertilized egg causes it to develop into
1. Male 2. Female 3. Inter sex 4. Dead chromosome
117. Ethology is the study of
1. Individual behaviour 2. Relation between plant & animal community.
3. animal behaviour in natural settings 4. None of these
118. Cybernetics is the science of
1. very low temperatures 2. very high temperatures
3. communication and control 4. real time control
119. Who is known as the Oracle of Omaha?
1. Bill Gates 2. Warren Buffet 3. Peter Lynch 4. Jeff Bezos
120. The Bombay dabbawalas have achieved international reputation because of
1. timely dabba delivery 2. organized team work
3. six sigma based operation 4. excellent service for last 50 years and beyond.
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SECTION V
LOGICAL REASONING Number of questions: 35
121. In a beauty contest the order of contestant was to be reported.
1. The editor was asked "Is the order ABCDE".
The Editor said "none are in their true position" and "not a single one follow her immediate predecessor".
2. The editor was then asked "Is it DAECB?"
The editor replied "You have two in position and you have two following correctly their immediate
predecessors".
3. The editor was asked for the third time "Is this the order" The editor said "you are right".
Which is this order?
1. BECDA 2. EDACB 3. CAEDB 4. ADBEC
122. On the blackboard, the Mathematics professor wrote a polynomial f(x) with integer coefficients and said
“Today is my son's birthday. When his age A is substituted for x, then f(A) = A. You will note also that f(O)
= P and that P is prime number greater than A”. How old is professor's son?
1. 4 2. 1 3. 3 4. 2
123. Select the sequence to be inserted into boxes,
CABAY ECDY XGE WU
1. ZWVF 2. ZVWF 3. ZVFW 4. ZWFV
124. Fill in the gaps:
SL__Bs__bc__L__dSL__e
1. AIScD 2. LAScD 3. ALScd 4. alSCD
125. Fill in the blank.
1, 4, 27, 16, ___, 36, 343
1. 87 2. 120 3. 25 4. 125
126. Which is the odd one?
1. ADBEC 2. FIGJH 3. KNLOM 4. PRTSQ
127. Which is the odd one?
1. ZZXAY 2. BBLAM 3. KKUAV 4. LLSMM
128. Fill in the Circle:
1. 269 2. 260 3. 324 4. 429
129. Fill the missing numbers:
52 43 34 25
42 33 ? 15
45 ? 27 18
? 45 36 27
1. 64, 25, 61 2. 18, 26, 37 3. 24, 36, 54 4. 21, 46, 24
361
25
81
1 16
289
4
9
16 64
9
25
81 1
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130. Fill the missing block:
4C 2B 3A
28A ? 45B
7C 5A 15B
1. 10A 2. 10C 3. 13C 4. 7C
131. If number 4 is placed on the bottom, which number will be on top?
1. 2 2. 3 3. 1 4. 4
132. If you start your journey on 22
nd
June 2003, what will be the day of the week after 7 days of your departure?
1. Saturday 2. Monday 3. Friday 4. Sunday
133. Fill in the Gap
1. B 2. C 3. A 4. D
DIRECTIONS for questions 134 to 138: Solve the questions if the symbols are as given below.
* = +
+ = /
 = *
/ = 
→ = square
← = cube
134. 65*89754 – 9856 + 785/8647
1. 1118316.629 2. 1129316.629 3. 1119376.629 4. 1128376.629
135. 89765/897 – 6789 + 89→
1. 455839620.7 2. 45483532.6 3. 455439719.7 4. 455440719.7
136. 1234/90*8978 – 234 ←
1. 92887128772529 2. 92874321872529 3. 98284321772529 4. 92874581932529
A B C D
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137. 980 – 320 + 56/220→
1. 28944400 2. 28934500 3. 28876700 4. 27868458
138. 8765*789654  456*4356 + 660/34532
1. 340056463.6 2.360056552.6 3. 360056463.6 4. 360090996
DIRECTION for questions 139 to 140: Rectangle, square, circle and triangle represents the regions of wheat, gram,
maize, rice cultivation. Based on the diagram, answer the questions that follow.
139. Which is the area for wheat and maize only?
1. 8 2. 6 3. 5 4. 4
140. Which is the area for maize only?
1. 10 2. 2 3. 3 4. 4
DIRECTION for questions 141 to 146: The following six sub questions have two section problem figures and answer
figures. Problem figures have four designs in series. Answer figures have the fifth one. Which should it be?
141.
1. C 2. A 3. D 4. B
142.
1. C 2. A 3. B 4. D
143.
1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D
144.
1. C 2. B 3. A 4. D
1
2
9
3
4
5
7
8
6
10
11
A B C D
A B C D
A B C D
A B C D
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145.
1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D
146.
1. C 2. D 3. A 4. B
147. Statement : Some wise men lies. Whoever lies should be imitated.
Condition : X) Some wise men deserve to be imitated.
Y) Some fools should not be imitated.
1. X is valid 2. Y is valid 3. X & Y are valid 4. X & Y are invalid
148. A is a son of C. C and Z are sisters, Z is the mother of Q. P is the son of Z. Which one of the following is
correct?
1. P and A are cousins 2. P is the maternal uncle of A
3. Q is the grandfather of A 4. C and P are sisters
149. If MACHINE is coded as 197914152011, how will you code DANGER?
1. 13720101125 2. 11720161124 3. 10720131124 4. 1372091125
150. In a certain code, ‘FAVOUR’ is written as ‘EBUPTS’. How is ‘DAGGER’ written in that code?
1. EBHHFS 2. CBFHDS 3. CBFFDS 4. EBFHDS
151. If South East becomes North, North East becomes West & so on, what will West become?
1. North East 2. North West 3. South East 4. South
152. A & B are standing at the same point. They decide to move exactly in the opposite direction in each other. A
goes 5 km East. Then goes 7 km North, then goes 5 km West, & finally goes 7 km North. What is the
shortest distance between A & B?
1. 48 km 2. 38 km 3. 28 km 4. 118 km
153. X, Y & Z together can do a piece of work in 8 days while X & Z together can do it in 12 days. Y alone will
do the same work in how many days?
1. 16 days 2. 20 days 3. 24 days 4. 28 days
154. If each letter meaningful word beginning with B can be formed from ‘HACEB’, then the fourth letter of that
word is your answer.
1. A 2. C 3. E 4. H
155. How many meaningful English words can be formed by using any two letters of the word ‘NOT’?
1. One 2. Two 3. Three 4. More than three
A B C D
A B C D
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Key, Explanations & Analysis
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Solutions to Sample Paper SNAP 2005
1. 1 46. 1 91. 4 136. 2
2. 4 47. 1 92. 3 137. 1
3. 3 48. 4 93. 1 138. 3
4. 1 49. 3 94. 2 139. 4
5. 3 50. 2 95. 3 140. 3
6. 2 51. 4 96. 3 141. 1
7. 2 52. 3 97. 4 142. 4
8. 4 53. 3 98. 4 143. 1
9. 2 54. 3 99. 4 144. 3
10. 1 55. 1 100. 2 145. 4
11. 1 56. 3 101. 3 146. 4
12. 3 57. 1 102. 2 147. 1
13. 1 58. 3 103. 3 148. 1
14. 4 59. 3 104. 1 149. 3
15. 2 60. 3 105. 3 150. 2
16. 1 61. 2 106. 3 151. 3
17. 3 62. 2 107. 3 152. 3
18. 1 63. 4 108. 1 153. 3
19. 4 64. 3 109. 4 154. 2
20. 3 65. 3 110. 2 155. 3
21. 3 66. 1 111. 3
22. 2 67. 4 112. 4
23. 1 68. 2 113. 3
24. 1 69. 1 114. 3
25. 4 70. 4 115. 4
26. 3 71. 3 116. 2
27. 4 72. 4 117. 3
28. 1 73. 2 118. 3
29. 3 74. 4 119. 2
30. 2 75. 4 120. 3
31. 4 76. 1 121. 2
32. 2 77. 2 122. 4
33. 4 78. 3 123. 1
34. 4 79. 1 124. 4
35. 2 80. 4 125. 4
36. 4 81. 1 126. 4
37. 2 82. 1 127. 4
38. 3 83. 3 128. 3
39. 2 84. 3 129. 3
40. 2 85. 3 130. 2
41. 3 86. 2 131. 2
42. 2 87. 1 132. 4
43. 1 88. 2 133. 4
44. 3 89. 3 134. 1
45. 4 90. 1 135. 3
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Explanations to Sample Paper SNAP – 2005
Q.
No
Answer
Key
Explanation
1. 1 Preamble is introductory to Constitution, prologue is introductory to play.
2. 4 Horses neigh, donkeys bray.
3. 3 Meter is measure of distance, kilogram is measure of weight.
4. 1 Always is opposite of never, all is opposite of none.
5. 3 Umbrella protects from rain, dam from flood.
6. 2 Conscience is defining quality of pacifist, religion of a sacred person.
7. 2 Shedding of feathers by a bird is moulting.
8. 4 Pound is currency of England, lira of Italy.
9. 2 Toronto is capital of Canada, Rangoon of Burma.
10. 1 Each refers to single quantity, as part to whole.
11. 1 Comic and tragedy are opposite of each other.
12. 3 Deliberate and voluntary are opposites.
13. 1 Fastidious and meticulous are same.
14. 4 Querulous and compatible are opposites.
15. 2 Extravagance and prodigality are same.
16. 1 Can be directly inferred from the first line.
17. 3 The argument states that “these markets should be treated in a very similar fashion to those in
one's own country.” This means that they are adaptable to domestic marketing methods.
18. 1 The argument states that “concept of equality should be implemented in developing countries in
order to speed economic development.” To weaken it, the opposite must be said, which is in D.
19. 4 Probability 20/1000 and 400/20000 is the same.
20. 3 The demand for electrical goods is increasing. This would not be possible if tax advantages
decreased and consumers had less income to spend.
21. 3 The increase was 15%, so we can say that the number was higher.
22. 2 This is the most appropriate.
23. 1 News is considered singular.
24. 1 This is the most appropriate.
25. 4 This is the most appropriate.
26. 3 The possibilities are (1, 3, 2), (1, 1, 4) OR (2 2 2)
The number of ways to distribute in groups of 1, 3, 2 =
6
C
1
×
5
C
3
×
2
C
2
Boxes can interchange their contents
∴Total number of ways to distribute 1, 3, 2 balls =
6
C
1
×
5
C
3
×
2
C
2
× 3! = 360
Similarly number of ways to distribute the 1, 1, 4 balls =
6
C
1
×
5
C
1
×
4
C
4
×
! 2
! 3
= 6 × 5 × 3 = 90
The number of ways to distribute the 2, 2, 2 balls =
6
C
2
×
4
C
2
×
2
C
2
×
! 3
! 3
= 15 × 6 × 1 × 1 = 90
Total = 360 + 90 + 90 = 540.
27. 4 a can be written as by/x and c can be written as by/z .Now putting these values of a and c in the
equation given you get b2 = by/x × by/z .It can be written as
.
2
z
y
x
y
b b
+
=
Now because the bases are
same, powers can be equated. 2/y = (z + x)/zx or y = 2zx/(z + x).
28. 1 The number of relations from Set A to Set B (Set A having m elements & Set B having n
elements) is equal to = 2
mn
.
Here m > 1 and n > 1
⇒ n(A) = m = 2 and n(B) = n = 5.
n(A) = 2, n(B) = 5.
29. 3
The number of ways in which 2 stations can be chosen out of 10 stations =
10
C
2
=
! 8 ! 2
! 10
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⇒ Total number of ways =
! 8
! 10
! 2
! 8 ! 2
! 10
= ×
30. 2 The consonants are R G M N T
Vowels are A U E
The end positions can be filled in
5
P
2
ways
The middle positions can be filled in 6! Way
Total number of ways =
5
P
2
× 6! = 14400.
31. 4 The number of functions = r
r
U
4
= 4
4
= 256.
32. 2 Divide by a to get:
3
2
3
3
2
3
3
a
b
2 3
a
b
2 3
=
−
+
=

.

\

−

.

\

+
33. 4
The total number of ways of arranging 1 2 5 4 5 3 7 5 2 without any restrictions =
! 2 ! 3
! 9
The number of arranging of 1 2 5 4 5 3 7 5 2 in which all 5’s are together =
! 2
! 7
Reqd. no. of ways =
! 2
! 7
! 2 ! 3
! 9
−
34. 4 Simply substitute the answer choices. If x=7, we get 26 + 28 = 64 + 256 = 320
35. 2
2
3
) 1 2 ( 2
)
2
1
1 ( 2
2 2
2 2
n
n
n 1 n
1 n n
=
−
+
=
−
+
+
−
36. 4 Let the correct answer be x. So 8x  5(26  x) = 0 ⇒ x = 10.
37. 2 The number of matches played must be n – 1.
38. 3 Substitute the extreme values in the expression to get: 2(1) – 3(2) = 4
39. 2 Considering the thickness of the wire negligible.
One turn of the wire requires 4” of the wire.
Length of tube = 9”
Total Length = 4” × 9” = 36”
40. 2 The number is y the form: 4k+3. Then dividing (8k+6) by 4, we get the remainder as 2.
41. 3 5746320819 × 125 can be written as 5746320819 × 1000/8 ⇒ 718290102375.
42. 2 Go by the options 1262.5 and 2525 are not divisible by Rs. 8.15.
Options (3) & (4) ruled out.
If Rs. 2445/ is Bonus Paid to Female
⇒ 300 Females Accepted
& 50 Males Accepted
⇒ Total Bonus = 2445 + 500 = 2945/
If Rs. 1222.5/ is Bonus paid to Females
⇒ 150 Females Accepted
⇒ 200 Male Accepted
⇒ Total Bonus = 1222.5 + 2000 = 3222.5/
Thus option (2) is best choice.
43. 1 Going by options, we can see that both conditions are satisfied by the 1
st
option.
44. 3 N = 7, a = ?,d = 7. S
n
= 13524, therefore 13524 = 7/2 [2a + 6(7) ] ⇒ a + 21 = 1932 ⇒ a = 1911.
45. 4 (i) Clear Morning + Rain Afternoon = 7 Days
(ii) Rain Morning + Clear Afternoon = 6 Days
(iii) Rain Morning OR Rain Afternoon = 9 Days
N + R
A
= 7 days
N + R
M
= 6 Day
⇒ R
A
– R
M
= 1 day
R
M
+ R
A
= 9 Days
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⇒ R
M
= 5 day & R
A
= 4 Days
⇒ N = 2 Day
Total = 5 + 4 + 2 = 11 Day
46. 1 LCM of 48, 72 and 108 = 432 sec. The lights will change after 432 seconds or 7 min 12 sec after
8:20. Hence (1).
47. 1 ¼ of 20 = 6 ⇒ 5 + 1 = 6. So 1/5 of 10 = 2 + 1 = 3.
48. 4 Going by options, we see that 4
th
option is correct.
49. 3 We can write this expression as 116600/429000 ⇒ 3/11 (approx.)
50. 2 The decimal value should shift 3 places, hence K = 3
51.
4 4x + y + 10 z = 169 (1) 3x + y + 7z = 126 (2) x + y + z = ? (1) – (2) gives x + 3z = 43 
(3). Now equation (2) can be written as x + y + z + 2x + 6z = 126 ⇒ x + y + z + 86 = 126
⇒ x + y + z = 40 p.
52. 3 Going by options, we see that 2
nd
option Rs. 300 is correct. Total exp = 10 × 300 = 3000. If there
had been 15 people, then initial expenses = 3000/15 = Rs. 200 which is 100 less than 300.
53. 3 The denominator factor 6 is made up of two prime factors 3 and 2. The number of threes in 72 is
24 + 8 + 2 = 34. Hence the maximum value that z can take here is 34.
54. 3 Required percentage = 100 – (30+ 25+ 15 + 10) = 20%
55. 1 He goes between 8 AM and 9 AM and comes back between 2PM and 3 PM. Therefore he must be
out for 6 Hrs.
56. 3 Multiply all the rows to get the last number.
57. 1 First line are squares. Last line are consecutive even numbers.
58. 3 Each alternate cell has successive alphabets.
59. 3 A(BC)D(EFG)H…..
60. 3 Sum of three quotations = 120× 3 = 360. From A & B both, we get the third quotation as Rs. 145
which is higher than 139.
61. 2 Using B statement alone, we can make Venn diagram and get the answer as 120.
62. 2 From the second statement we can calculate the original speed to be 40/2 = 20 kmph. Now the
new speed is 1/4
th
of that i.e. 5 kmph. Now an equation can be made to calculate the distance that
is D/5 – D/20 = 40/60 hrs. Solving this the distance after the engine trouble can be calculated and
40 can be added in that in order to calculate the total distance. First statement alone does not give
anything sufficient. Thus 2 is the answer.
63. 4 We cannot find the answer from A alone or B alone or their combination as infinite values of x
can be obtained.
64. 3 As the flight time is 6 hours, so flight arrived at 12 AM as per Nairobi time. But in Mumbai it was
3 AM, so we can find the answer as 3 hrs by using both the statements.
65. 3 Using both the statements we can find the answer. From A, age of Sangeeta is 20 yrs. From B, we
can say that 20 = 1/3 (F  5) ⇒ F= 65 yrs.
66. 1 From statement A, we can say that Sandhya has 2 sisters.
67. 4 We cannot find the answer even by combining both the statements.
68. 2 Required percentage = (60 – 16) /60 × 100 = 73.4%.
69. 1 Total people = 2000. Change has been 40% (70 – 30). So required answer = 2000 × 0.4 = 800
70. 4 Visual Question.
71. 3 Required percentage = (70 – 60) /60 × 100 = 16.7%.
72. 4 Visual question.
73. 4 Regain strategy should focus on age group 20 – 40 years as it has shown continuous decline for
the 1
st
3 years and then showed an increase in the 4
th
year.
74. 4 Visual question.
75. 4 The information given is for 8 major locations in the Zoo. There can be many more minor
locations in the Zoo for which information about movement of people is not given.
76. 1 Total people visiting E = 24 + 64 + 86 + 42 + 112 + 6 + 68 = 402.
Hence required percentage = 42/402 × 100 = 10 %.
77. 2 Number of people going from B to F and G = 90 + 108 = 198. Number of people going from D to
F and G = 82 + 20 = 102. So difference = 96.
78. 3 Visual question.
79. 1 Visual question.
80. 4 Number of people going to A from B and C = 20 + 28 = 48. Going by options, we see that 4
th
option is correct.
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81 1 Visual question.
82. 1 Required amount = 0.12 × 20 = 2.4 crore.
83. 3
Ist year +
4
1
3
rd
year = 4
th
year = 5
th
year
17 +
4
1
× 20 = 22. Hence Ans. is 2 & Option 3.
84. 3 Expenditure 2
nd
Year = 19%
Expenditure 4
th
year = 22%
Net Rise = 3%
% Rise = 100
19
3
× = 15%
Thus in 2 years.
85. 3 The difference between the expenditure in year 2 and year 1 is 2, which is equal to difference in
the expenditure between year 5 and year 3 and between year 4 and year 3.
86. 2 The rate of increase in expenses from year 3 to year 5 is 10 %. So expenditure in year 6 = 22 ×
1.1 = 24.2 crore.
87. 1 Required amount = 22 × 0.1 = 2.2 crore.
88
95
Month Opening
Stock
Demand in
Units
Reserve
20%
Production
Requirement
Working
Days
Jan 50 300 60 310 22
Feb 60 500 100 540 19
Mar 100 400 80 380 21
Apr 80 100 20 40 21
May 20 200 40 220 22
June 40 300 60 320 20
88. 2 20% of May Demand (200) = 20% of 200 = 40
89. 3 Production requirement for Mar = Demand + Reserve – Opening Stock = 400 + 80 – 100 = 380
90. 1 February. Refer table.
91. 4 May. Refer table.
92. 3 One worker in January (22 working day)
Gives = 22 × 8 = 176 Man hours
Total Man hours required = 310 × 10 = 3100
Number of worker required = 17
176
3100
=
No. of workers required to be laid off = 20 – 17 = 3.
93. 1 In February, No. of Man hour required = 540 × 10 = 5400
No. of workers required = 35
152
5400
8 19
5400
= =
×
.
No. of workers required to be hired = 35 – (20 – 3) = 18.
94. 2 Reqd. ⇒ No. of Man hours Available – No. of Manhours utilized
= 20 × 22 × 8 – 310 × 10
= 3520 – 3100 = 420.
95. 3 Reqd. ⇒ No. of Man hours Reqd. – No. of Manhours Available
= 540 × 10 – 20 × 19 × 8
= 5400 – 3040
= 2360 hrs.
Questions 96 – 120 of G.K.
121. 2 Note the line “you have two in position”. Only in (2) do we get 2 that are in position, in others
choices this is not so.
122. 4 The polynomial in f(x) = 2x – 2 where P = 2 and f(2) = 2.
123. 1 The series is of squares of natural numbers.
124. 4 Going by options, we see that 4
th
option gives us a proper sequence SLaBslbcSLcdSLDe.
125. 4 On careful observation, we see that there are 2 series involved, one of squares of even numbers
and the other of cubes of odd numbers. Hence the answer is 5
3
= 125.
126. 4 On careful observation, we see that in the 4
th
option, pattern is different from the other 3.
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127. 4 The 4
th
option is the answer as in this option only, 2 pairs of the letters are repeating.
128. 3 In this question, central number is the square of the numbers obtained by adding the square roots
of numbers written outside the circle i.e, . 361 ) 25 16 81 1 (
2
= + + + Hence the answer
would be . 324 ) 81 9 25 1 (
2
= + + +
129. 3 From left to right, numbers are reducing by 9 in every row. Hence answer is 3
rd
option.
130. 2 Numerical value in the middle row is obtained by multiplying numericals in top and bottom row.
Also every row has A, B,C in it. Hence answer is 10C i.e. 2
nd
option.
131. 2 2 and 1 cannot be opposite to 4. Also 4 cannot be opposite to 4, so it has to be 3.
132. 4 On applying the logic of calendars, we see that 22.6.03 was a Sunday.
Hence 7
th
day from Sunday would again be a Sunday.
133. 4 The patterns in the boxes diagonally opposite are inversed.
134. 1 The answer is 1
st
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150. 2 Each alternate letter moves – 1 or + 1. Therefore DANGER would be written as CBFHDS.
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____________ is to rain as dam is to ____________. 1. cloud 2. fog 3. water A. electricity B. flood C. high 1. 3B 2. 1B 3. 4B
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____________ is to pacifist as religion is to _____________. 1. war 2. atlantis 3. object A. devout B. sacred C. atheist 1. 4C 2. 4B 3. 1C
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pretentious 2. 1. it seems that these market should be treated in a very similar fashion to those in one's own country. whole B. 4D DIRECTION for questions 11 to 15: Select two words which are most nearly the SAME in meaning. 11. 1D Sample Paper SNAP 2005 4. 1A 2. Social psychologist must have a strong background in other sciences as well as their own. dilatory 1. 1. It is therefore in those countries where only initial sales and representation have been developed where marketing methods will have to differ from domestic activities. CB D. C 4. CD 14. comical 1. or OPPOSITE in meaning. Social phenomena are little. 2. fastidious 3. The above statement assumes that: A.com P2 . D www. A 2. B. extravagance 1. A. the other social sciences. C. AB C. climatic 4. Extensive sales networks are preferable to less developed ones. DA D. D Once a company has established an extensive sales network in a foreign market and therefore has achieved substantial sales. B 3.Bulls Eye 10. AC 15. full D. tragic 3. BC D. D. none A. BC C. DC C. involuntary 3. Sales network can be the same in both foreign and domestic markets. DB B. CD D. A study of marketing should consider the adaptability of advertising campaigns in different countries. and interested laymen with conceptual tools that will increase the range and the reliability of their understanding of social phenomena. omnivorous 4. AC 12. The above argument assumes that A. The social scientist has an obligation to provide the means by which social phenomena may be understood by others. querulous 2. many 4. 1. deliberate 1. Beyond that. each 2. role 1. prodigality 2. ____________ is to all as part is to _____________. extravagant 2. A 4. B 17. One major obligation of the social psychologist is to provide his own discipline. AB C. B. meticulous 4. BC B. CA DIRECTION for questions 16 to 21: Choose the best answer among the listed alternatives. BD B. compatible 3. C. acrimony 4. DC 13. DC B. A. A. responsible government officials are today turning more frequently to the social scientist for insights into the nature and solution of the problems of with which they are confronted.hitbullseye. understood by those outside the field of social psychology. edification 3. sagacious 1. AC D. Larger markets abroad are more adaptable to domestic marketing methods. C 3. A. A good social psychologist is obligated principally by the need to solve interdisciplinary problems. 16. incorrigible 4. right 3. D. AC C. A. increasing 2. 4B 3. BD B. Separate C.
1. in that order. Each of the following.0 percent over the past five years. while imports of vehicles including commercial vans was 15 percent higher than in 1975.3 percent each year. A 2. D. There is no common denominator by which to compare the number of deaths resulting from each mode of travel. if any. In a poor society. Increased consumer spending for durable products. A 2. C. no one could save enough to provide resources for investment. D 20. In Europe and America there has also been advocacy of more equality of income .the results after taxes of what a person gets for his efforts and the yield of his property. Isn't it 2. C. The probability of being killed in a train disaster and as a result of a car crash is the same. D. Wasn't it 3. 800 people died in airplane crashes and 400 people were killed in train disasters. train. 1. Sample Paper SNAP 2005 Equality of opportunity has long been prominent as a goal in many countries. One year is insufficient to reach such a conclusion. More people travel by car than any other mode of transport. A total of 20. In 1975. In the same year. B 3. In 1976. C. D 4. The consumer price of electricity has decreased. Somebody told you. The marginal dollars in the hands of people with large incomes provide less utility than those with lower income. if true. Each year's increase or decrease in the trade deficit (merchandise imports greater than exports) is calculated in relation to the previous year's. If the formation above is accurate. Many western politicians believe this concept of equality should be implemented in developing countries in order to speed economic development. Product shipments of household appliances are expected to rise to $17 billion next year. B. Didn't they www.000 miles traveled. B 21. Individual tax advantages have decreased. is expected to be about 4. Didn’t he 4. resulting in shipments this year of $ 14 billion in 1987 dollars. The real growth rate.Bulls Eye 18. B.com P3 . In 1976.hitbullseye. D 2. D. more commercial vehicles were imported than private vehicles. C 3. an average annual increase of 8. if true. C 19. could help to account for this trend EXCEPT: A.000 miles were traveled via automobiles in 1985. 22. A 4. In 1985 there were 20 deaths from automobile accident per 1. and automobile. after allowing for probable price increases. imports of private vehicles were 10 percent higher than in 1975. the increase. Which of the following refuses the statistician's conclusions? A. A statistician concluded that it was more dangerous to travel by plane. Equality of opportunity is not necessarily synonymous with equality of income. C. D. High achievement in many societies is due to equality of incomes. if any. C 2. 1. total income is so low that if it were distributed equally. which of the following must be true? A. C 4. of commercial vehicle imports was greater than the increase in imports of private vehicles. D DIRECTIONS for questions 22 to 25: Choose the correct alternative. could weaken the argument above? A. The average number of private vehicles imported in 1975 declined. the increase. 1. That 15 percent increase was one and half times the increase recorded in 1975. B 3. __________________ ? 1. therefore. In 1976. the probability of a car accident is greater. Consumer disposable income has increased. B 4. A 3. of commercial vehicle imports was smaller than the increase in imports of private vehicles. B. Which of the following. B.
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– 1 33.r. 3 2 n −1 3. how many were correct if the score was zero? 1. xz 2( z − x ) 4. n(A) = 5. If 2x1 + 2x+1 = 320.Bulls Eye Sample Paper SNAP 2005 SECTION II QUANTITATIVE 26. 10 / 2 2. Number of questions: 30 There are 6 balls of different colours and 3 boxes of different sizes. Each box can hold all the 6 balls. xz x+z 2. n(A) = 10. then the value of x is 1. 2. 534 2. 1 2 2. and n (A) > 1. The balls are put in the boxes so that no box remains empty. 2. None of these 31. 9 / 3 2 2.hitbullseye. 6 3. 2 n +1 4. 41000 4.………Yr) such that f(X1) ≠ Y1 for I = 1. n(B) = 1 4..……. n(B) = 1 3. 10 / 8 4.………Xr) to (Y1. 3. The number of ways in which the letters of the word "ARGUEMENT" can be arranged so that only consonants occurs at both the ends is 1. then b 3 1. 265 4. Y2. If a 4 = . n(A) = 1. 13 2. 540 4. 543 3. 5 4. The number of types of tickets required in order that it may be possible to book a passenger from every station to every other is 1. If all the questions were answered . 10 www. The value of 1. 6 4. On a 26 questions test. n(A) = 2. 10 2 3. n (B) > 1. On a railway network there are ten (10) stations. 10 / 8 2 30. 7C3 · 6 / 2 4. 44 3a + 2b would be equal to: 3a − 2b 3. 3!* 5! 2. If ax = by = cz and b2 = ac. None of these 34. then 1. If the total number of relations from Set A to Set B is 1024. 9 4. 7 / 3 2 3. 4 2. 7 35. then U4 = 1. n(B) = 10 29. 9 2. X2. 3 3. If Ur denotes the number of oneone functions from (X1. then y equals: 1. 5 2 n + 2 n −1 is n +1 n 2 − 2 3. 14400 3. five points were deducted for each wrong answer and eight points were credited for each correct answer. The number of ways in which this can be done is 1. 528 27. 6 The number of ways in which the digits of the number 125453752 can be arranged such that no two 5's come together is 1. None of these 32.com P5 . n(B) = 5 2. xz 2( x − z ) 3. None of these 36. 2 xz ( x + z) 28.
How many matches must be played (or defaulted) to determine the winner? 1. then least possible value of (2y3x) is 1. 748. In a given period of days. it was observed that when it rained in afternoon.975 42. 11days 46. x = 3. the sum of the publication years was 13.863.375 2. n – 1 3. 6 41. 5/6 40.1222. 11 and 16 4. If 1≤x≤2 and 1≤y≤3. y = 192 3. 798. 1911 4.2525 43. 7 and 12 44. Rs. and when it rained in the morning. What is the resistance between two diagonally opposite vertices of the cube? 1.102. Which are two numbers whose difference and whose quotient are each equal to 5? 1. 17days 3.103. x = 107. 8:27:48 hrs. The simplest reduction to the lowest terms of 116. the remainder is 3. 11/3 2. 4 3. 21/2 48. Each edge of a cube is a 1_ohm resistor. 1. y = 5 2. 72 sec and 108 sec. y = 379 4. it was clear in the afternoon. 15/2 and 30/2 3. 8:27:24 hrs 3. then they will again change simultaneously at: 1. 3/11 4. 3 2. 1932 2. x = 211. 3 4. When the seventh book was issued. It rained on 9 days and was clear on 6 afternoons and 7 mornings. 1 2. 11/9 2. How long was the period? 1.375 4.15 to each female. – 4 4. None of these www.2445 2.Bulls Eye 37.290.50 3.10 to each male and Rs. n + 2 38.290. y = 565 49. 47.151 / 427. 728. The total bonus paid was not dependent upon the number of new employed.102. All the females but certain percentage of males refused to accept. 2 3. n – 2 4. respectively. 1/3 3. then 1/5 of 10 is 1. 1942 3.290. When n is divided by 4. If 1/4 of 20 is 6. 21days 2. 1262. – 5 39. Multiply 5746320819 by 125. What was the total amount paid to the women? 1.690.887 is 1. 0 2. 1917 45. The traffic lights at three different road crossings change after every 48 sec. 718.hitbullseye. If they all change simultaneously at 8:20:00 hours. x = 314. n + 1 2.375 3. –3 3.Rs. it had been clear in the morning. When was the first book published? 1. 2/3 4. A series of books was published at seven year interval. What is the remainder when 2n is divided by 4? 1. 5/4 and 25/4 2.490.8. 8:27:36 hrs 4. Sample Paper SNAP 2005 There are n players in an elimination type singles tournament. 8:27:1 2. 7/11 3. A company offered its 350 employees a bonus of Rs.524.301. 13days 4.Rs.50 4. Which pair from below will not satisfy the equation 187x104y = 41? 1. Rs.com P6 . 22/5 4.
hitbullseye. 24 2. 89 paise 3.69 paise. 2.Bulls Eye 50. – 2 Sample Paper SNAP 2005 4.26 paise. 1 coffee. a cup of coffee. What was initial cost per person? 1. 7 hours 3. 2nd purchased 3 sandwiches. 34 4.400 53. Rs. – 4 51. What is the greatest possible value that integer z can take in the expression? 1. – 3 3.125 X 10k = . 35 paise 2. He arrived at his destination between 2 P. For how long did he travel? 1. 1 coffee. 9 hours 4.M. 32 3. 7 biscuits and paid Rs. Henry started a trip into the country between 8 A.100 less. 10 people start a club.001125. and 3 P. If 1.300 3. Rs. when the hands of clock were together. Rs. 60% 2. when the hands of the clock were exactly 180° apart. 85% are over 5'8" tall and 90% weigh more than 140 pounds.250 2. Rs.M. The expression Q = 72/6z is a natural number.M. the initial expenses to each would have been Rs. 20% 4. what % at least have all four characteristics? 1. 45% 3. 1st purchased 4 sandwiches. – 1 3 truck drivers went to roadside cafe. 1.M. Data inadequate 54.500 4. 48% 55.com P7 . 68 paise 4. If 70% of adult males of a community have brown eyes. then the value of k is 1. 11 hours www. 75% have dark hair. and 9 A. If there had been five more in the group. 10 biscuits and paid Rs 1. 40 paise 52. and one biscuit? 1. What did 3rd truck driver pay for a sandwich. 6 hours 2.
The lowest quotation is Rs. The average of three quotations for a particular item is Rs. 56. N 3. F 3. 60. if the question cannot be answered even with the help of both the statements. R DIRECTIONS for questions 60 to 67: Follow the given Instructions. 16 and 8 DIRECTIONS for questions 5859: In each question given below which letters when placed at the sign of interrogation shall complete the matrix? 58. www. One of the quotation is Rs. if the question can be answered with the help of statement A alone. P D I N H M R 2. A F ? 1. B. Mark 3.com P8 . 25 and 5 4. 120.Bulls Eye Sample Paper SNAP 2005 SECTION III DATA INTERPRETATION & DATA SUFFICIENCY Number of questions: 40 DIRECTIONS for questions 5657: in the questions given below which one number when placed at the sign of interrogation shall complete the number matrix. O M C U B S F N D ? 2. Mark 2. K 4.125. Each item has a question followed by two statements Mark 1. if the question can be answered with the help of statement B alone. 4 1. Is the highest quotation less than or equal to Rs. 49 and 7 6 7 3 126 8 5 ? 320 2. 90. 36 and 4 3. 8 4. 6 5 4 120 1.hitbullseye. 1 1 2 4 2 4 9 3 6 ? 4 ? 2. Mark 4. 139? A. 16 3. 12 57. T 59. if the question can be answered with the help of both the statements but not with the help of either statement alone. A R E 1. V 4.
What is the value of prime number X? A.m. Current age of Sujata is 25 years and current age of her sister Sangeeta is 20 years.com P9 . Sandhya has one brother. B. local time and the arrival time at Mumbai is next day 3 am local time.7 Lac highest in C segment. The flight time is 6 hours. What is the current age of her father? A. B. Sample Paper SNAP 2005 How many people read both Economic Times and Financial Express? A. Out of 300 readers. A bus started from bus stop P. Keshav 's budget is around Rs. B. 64. How many sisters Sandhya have? A. The engine trouble developed after traveling 40 kms from Bus stop P and the speed reduced to 1/4th of the original speed. Buyers by age 80 70 % of total buyers 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 1995 1996 1997 Year 1998 1999 1020 Years 2040 Years 40 Years above www. 220 read Economic times and 50 read neither. Keshav is looking for a car which is average representation of C segment. The departure time at Nairobi is exactly 6 p. Alka has 2 sisters and 1 brother. 200 read Financial Express. 40 minutes late. Sangeeta's current age is one third of father's age five years before. B. The engine trouble developed after traveling 40 kms from Bus stop P in two hours and the speed reduced 1 th /4 of the original speed.hitbullseye. 65. B.5 lac. developed engine trouble and reached bus stop Q. Alka and Sandhya are sisters. DIRECTIONS for questions 68 to 73: Questions are based on the following graph of buyers.Bulls Eye 61. Out of total 300 readers. 200 read Financial Express. 63. 66. 5 lac cheapest in C segment and Makarand likes car Y because it costs Rs. What is the time difference Nairobi and Mumbai? A. 5. What is the distance between bus stops P and Q? A. Sujata is the eldest daughter. X + Y is a two digit number > 50. B. 62. Which vehicle will be selected by Keshav ? A. 220 read Economic times and 50 read Indian Express. B. Y is a two digit number. 67. Madhav likes car X because its cost is Rs.
73. 1020 Years 2. No particular age group 73.hitbullseye. 26. 20% 3. 1400 70. 10% 2. No particular trend in any group By how much percentage has the % number of buyers in the age 1020 years age group has increased from year 1997 to 1999? 1. 5000 3. To A From A B C D E F G H 74. 2040 Years 3. Cannot be determined 76. 15% 3. 10% 71.6% 2.4% 3. 40% 4. 600 3.6% 2. What percentage of total visiting E comes from D? 1. 4000 4. 1200 4. 40 Years & above 4. 2040 Years 3. 13. 800 2. The regain strategy should focus on which age group? 1.com P 10 . the number of people who buy in the age group 1020 years has changed from year 1995 to 1999 is 1. 40 Years & above 4. G 2. Which of the age group show a particular trend? 1. Following results were obtained. Which of the following age groups shows a declining trend in the purchase in the given five years? 1. 3868 2. 44% 4. 1020 Years 2. There are Eight major locations in a zoo at Mysore. 72. 1020 Years 2. D 3. What is the total number of people visiting the zoo? 1. 2040 Years 3. 20% 69.Bulls Eye 68. A 75. 16. No particular age group DIRECTIONS for questions 74 to 81: Questions are based on the data given in the following table. 30% www. 20 28 54 70 24 28 50 108 92 48 74 32 70 66 50 92 134 90 110 68 152 108 112 6 68 86 110 86 B 48 C 46 64 D 66 152 88 E 24 64 86 42 F 4 90 46 82 26 G 68 108 130 20 46 120 H 64 86 130 4 22 60 26 The least number of people go to which location? 1.7% 4. 40 Years & above 4. If the total number of people surveyed is 2000 in each of the five years given. A survey was conducted to find out the movement of the people within the zoo. Sample Paper SNAP 2005 By how much percentage has the % number of buyers in the age 2040 years age group has declined from year 1995 to 1999? 1. B 4.
H 4. The number of people going to A from B and C is equal to the number of people going to from _______ and ___________. Insufficient data www. what was the amount spent on contingent expenses ( Rs. 84 What is the difference between the number of people going from B to F and G and D to F and G? The least number of people leave from which place? 1.100 crores. A&C 2. H. 72 Sample Paper SNAP 2005 4. E&G 81.hitbullseye. A 4. G 3. The number of people leaving F for C is ____________ the number of people leaving C for F. 2.com P 11 . 1. E 79. F DIRECTIONS for questions 82 to 87: Questions are based on the following graph.6 The expenses of which year added to one fourth the expenses of another year equal the expenses of each of two other years? 1. E. 4 2. greater than 2. Cannot say with certainty 80.Bulls Eye 77. A&C 4. equal to 4. 1 84. 1. E. The highest number of people leave from which place? 1. F. D 3. D&C 3. out of money spent by the advertisers and viewers. 1 2.1 3. 2. less than 3. 2. 3 3. Spending by advertisers and viewers 25 20 % Expenses 15 10 5 0 1 2 3 Year 4 5 17 19 20 22 22 Total for all five years = Rs. C 2. 2. 48 78. If in year 3. 2. 2. 96 3. Crore )? 1. 1. 2 4.4 83. 12% had been spent on contingent expenses. In how many years from Year 2 has the expenditure risen by the around 15%? 1. 3 3.5 4. 2 4. 82. H 2.
What is the opening stock for June? 1. 3 4.4 DIRECTION for questions 88 to 95: Questions are based on the following table.6 3. year 5 and year 3 2. 20 89. then how many workers need to be laid off in January to accommodate demand? 1. 220 2. 88. what was the amount spent on disaster recovery expenses (Rs. 2 3. If there are 20 workers employed currently.2 2. year 4 and year 3 3. 22 www. Crore )? 1. 18 2. How many workers need to be hired in the month of February ? 1.2 2. January 4. 25. 28. what will be the expenditure in Year 6 (Rs.Bulls Eye 85. 23. May 92. March 3.2 4. 2. 380 4. January 4. 14 4. June 91. 2. If in year 4 out of the money spent by the advertisers and viewers. 24. 16 3.3 4.2 87. 2. 5 93. Sample Paper SNAP 2005 The difference in the expenditure between which two years equals the difference between the expenditure in year 2 and year 1? 1. If in Year 6 the expenses increase at the same rate as they did from Year 3 to Year 5. Opening stock for January is 50 units. If there are 20 workers employed currently. 10% spent on disaster recovery expenses. 40 3. March 3. 60 4. 2.2 3. 310 3. 100 What is production requirement for March? 1.com P 12 . In which month Opening stock is lowest? 1. and number of workers need to be laid off in January (in previous question) to accommodate demand. Each unit requires 10 labourhours and company works 8 hours/day. Both a and b 4. February 2. 6 2. February 2. crore)? 1. The XYZ manufacturing company produces a product which has a 6 month demand cycle as below: Month January February March April May June Demand in Units 300 500 400 100 200 300 Working days/month 22 19 21 21 22 20 If company's policy is to retain safety stock of 20 % of monthly demand and each month’s safety stock becomes the opening stock for the next month.hitbullseye. 320 90. 2. Neither a and b 86. In which month production requirement is highest? 1.
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2 years 11 months 18 days 100. The first animal tamed by man was 1. In case of myopia the correct statement is/are Light rays are 1. Cuscula 2. 2&3 4. 1950 4. Rafflesia 4. Dog 97. Iron 3. Silicon 2. 1949 3. 2 years 18 days 4. The level of education 103. No replacement 102. Calcium 106. 356 3. Kerala 3. In the event of breakdown of constitutional machinery of any state. 4000 million years 99. The largest flower in the world is 1. 1951 98. Deosera 104. Horse 4. Delhi 2. in front of the retina 4. Finance Bill 3.2 & 4 105. Dwelling houses 3.Bulls Eye Sample Paper SNAP 2005 SECTION IV BUSINESS AWARENESS 96. 100 million years 3. 1. The measurement of poverty line is based on the criterion of 1. 370 101. 1000 million years 4. Competitive Bill 2. FERA has been replaced by 1. Himachal Pradesh 4. Nelumbo 3. 352 2. under which one of the following articles can the president’s rule be imposed? 1. Camel Number of questions: 25 The planning commission started functioning in 1. The nature of employment 2. The most abundant metal in the earth’s crust is 1. can be collected by convex lens 3. Aluminium 4. FEMA 4. The age of earth is believed to be 1. behind the retina 3. 10 million years 2. Indian constitution was prepared in 1. Bullock 3. 2. 1 &4 2. 1948 2. 2&4 2. Which was the first state in India to ban polythene bags in totality? 1. None of these www. Caloric consumption 4.hitbullseye. 360 4. can be collected by concave lens 1. 2 years 18 months 2.com P 14 . 4 years 11 months 3.
The lightest metal is 1. blended diesel 3. New Avenue 111. petrol 2. Sodium Bromide 2. 4 Kwh 3. kerosene 4. communication and control 2. eating too many plants 3. Pitche Blende is an ore of 1. The gas primarily responsible for the yellowing of the Taj is 1. K 108. Dead chromosome 117. organized team work 4. Li 3. Palo Annie 2. Electrolysis 4.5 Kwh 4. Silver Bromide 3. Carbon Dioxide 3. The Silicon Valley is actually known by the name 1. Which of the following treatments in done for skin lifting? 1.hitbullseye. 1. A camel is able to survive water shortage by 1. Peter Lynch 4. Cybernetics is the science of 1. The energy consumed will be 1. the absence of a Y chromosome in a fertilized egg causes it to develop into 1. Hypo used in photography is actually called 1. Ca Sample Paper SNAP 2005 4. Male 2. Laser 2. timely dabba delivery 3. Maser 3. Individual behaviour 3. Who is known as the Oracle of Omaha? 1. 2 Kwh 110. very low temperatures 3. using the water stored in its body 2. six sigma based operation 2. 23rd Avenue 4. The fuel used by spacecraft is 1. very high temperatures 4. Sodium Thiosulphate 4. devising ways to lessen water evaporation and perspiration 115. In man. Cu 3. LNG 114. 4. Palo Alto 3. Zn A current of 4 amp from 250V source flows through an electric iron for 2 hours. Bill Gates 2. www. Relation between plant & animal community. Ozone 4.com P 15 . 1 Kwh 2. Uranium 109.Bulls Eye 107. animal behaviour in natural settings 2. Botox Injection 116. Warren Buffet 3. Nitric Oxide 2. Ethology is the study of 1. excellent service for last 50 years and beyond. Inter sex 4. Mg 4. 2. breaking down the fats stored in its hump 4. None of these 118. Silver Nitrate 112. real time control 119. Pb 2. Sulphur Dioxide 113. Female 3. The Bombay dabbawalas have achieved international reputation because of 1. Jeff Bezos 120.
KNLOM 4. Fill the missing numbers: 52 43 42 33 45 ? ? 45 1. 2 123. then f(A) = A. 46. Which is this order? 1. 24 1 4 64 289 16 9 3. 4. 2. the Mathematics professor wrote a polynomial f(x) with integer coefficients and said “Today is my son's birthday.Bulls Eye Sample Paper SNAP 2005 SECTION V LOGICAL REASONING 121. 87 2. When his age A is substituted for x. 26. 1. 36.com P 16 . 24. 25 4. AIScD 2. 21. 36. 1 3.hitbullseye. 269 2. 27. On the blackboard. 429 3. 125 126. 3 WU 3. 25. The editor was asked "Is the order ABCDE". 3. EDACB 3. KKUAV 9 81 4. How old is professor's son? 1. ADBEC 2. Select the sequence to be inserted into boxes. 16. ___. Which is the odd one? 1. ZVWF 124. 18. Fill in the gaps: SL__Bs__bc__L__dSL__e 1. ALScd 4. ZZXAY 2. 1. Number of questions: 35 In a beauty contest the order of contestant was to be reported. 4 2. The editor was asked for the third time "Is this the order" The editor said "you are right". ZVFW 4. alSCD 125. LAScD 3. LLSMM 128. ADBEC 122. CAEDB 4. PRTSQ 127. 120 3. CABAY ECDY XGE 1. You will note also that f(O) = P and that P is prime number greater than A”. Which is the odd one? 1. 324 1 25 4. 64. 260 34 ? 27 36 2. 343 1. Fill in the Circle: 129. 61 www. BBLAM 25 16 361 81 1. 54 4. Fill in the blank. The Editor said "none are in their true position" and "not a single one follow her immediate predecessor". BECDA 2. The editor was then asked "Is it DAECB?" The editor replied "You have two in position and you have two following correctly their immediate predecessors". ZWFV 4. 37 25 15 18 27 3. FIGJH 3. ZWVF 2.
89765/897 – 6789 + 89→ 1.629 135. 4 If you start your journey on 22nd June 2003. 1118316. 92874321872529 3. 65*89754 – 9856 + 785/8647 1. D DIRECTIONS for questions 134 to 138: Solve the questions if the symbols are as given below. 10C 3. 455440719. 1 4. C B C 3. what will be the day of the week after 7 days of your departure? 1. Friday 4. which number will be on top? 1. 1128376.7 2. 45483532.629 3.hitbullseye.7 136. 1234/90*8978 – 234 ← 1. 1129316. 92874581932529 2. Fill in the Gap A 1. 455839620.com P 17 .629 4. 92887128772529 2.6 3. B 2. 2 132.7 4. Fill the missing block: 4C 28A 7C 1. 13C Sample Paper SNAP 2005 4. 2. Saturday 2. 98284321772529 4. 2B ? 5A 3A 45B 15B 2. 10A 131.Bulls Eye 130. Monday 3. Sunday 133. 1119376. 7C If number 4 is placed on the bottom. 3 3. *=+ +=/ =* /=→ = square ← = cube 134. A D 4.629 www. 455439719.
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19. Comic and tragedy are opposite of each other. The increase was 15%. 1. prologue is introductory to play. The demand for electrical goods is increasing. This is the most appropriate. 8. Probability 20/1000 and 400/20000 is the same. as part to whole. 2. 4 28. Rangoon of Burma. 23. Toronto is capital of Canada. Each refers to single quantity. 2 balls = 6C1 × 5C3 × 2C2 × 3! = 360 3! Similarly number of ways to distribute the 1.” To weaken it. 13. 2 = 6C1 × 5C3 × 2C2 Boxes can interchange their contents ∴Total number of ways to distribute 1. 10. 21. donkeys bray. 18. 11. n(B) = 5. Querulous and compatible are opposites. Can be directly inferred from the first line.com P 22 . This would not be possible if tax advantages decreased and consumers had less income to spend. This is the most appropriate. all is opposite of none. 20.Now putting these values of a and c in the equation given you get b2 = by/x × by/z .hitbullseye. Answer Key 1 4 3 1 3 2 2 4 2 1 1 3 1 4 2 1 3 1 4 3 3 2 1 1 4 3 Explanation Preamble is introductory to Constitution. The argument states that “concept of equality should be implemented in developing countries in order to speed economic development. the opposite must be said. a can be written as by/x and c can be written as by/z . Always is opposite of never. This is the most appropriate. so we can say that the number was higher. 25. 5. Umbrella protects from rain. 24. Extravagance and prodigality are same. lira of Italy. 22. 3 www. which is in D. 16. 6. The argument states that “these markets should be treated in a very similar fashion to those in one's own country. Pound is currency of England. 15. Now because the bases are same. News is considered singular. 14. religion of a sacred person. n(A) = 2. Horses neigh. 1 29. dam from flood.It can be written as b = b . 3. Here m > 1 and n > 1 ⇒ n(A) = m = 2 and n(B) = n = 5. 10! The number of ways in which 2 stations can be chosen out of 10 stations = 10C2 = 2!8! The ticket required is from destination to destination & back 2 y y + x z 27. The number of relations from Set A to Set B (Set A having m elements & Set B having n elements) is equal to = 2mn. 12. 7. 1. 3. 2 balls = 6C2 × 4C2 × 2C2 × = 15 × 6 × 1 × 1 = 90 3! Total = 360 + 90 + 90 = 540. 2/y = (z + x)/zx or y = 2zx/(z + x). Deliberate and voluntary are opposites. 4) OR (2 2 2) The number of ways to distribute in groups of 1. 9. 17. powers can be equated. The possibilities are (1. Conscience is defining quality of pacifist.Bulls Eye Sample Paper SNAP 2005 Explanations to Sample Paper SNAP – 2005 Q. 3. 4. 2). kilogram is measure of weight. 26. 4 balls = 6C1 × 5C1 × 4C4 × = 6 × 5 × 3 = 90 2! 3! The number of ways to distribute the 2. Shedding of feathers by a bird is moulting. 3. No 1. (1. 2.” This means that they are adaptable to domestic marketing methods. Meter is measure of distance. Fastidious and meticulous are same.
Bulls Eye ⇒ Total number of ways = 30. 2 3 2 Let the correct answer be x. 1 3 4 www. 4 2 9! 7! − 3! 2! 2! Simply substitute the answer choices. we get 26 + 28 = 64 + 256 = 320 2 n + 2 n −1 2 n +1 1 2 n (1 + ) 2 =3 = n 2 ( 2 − 1) 2 − 2n 36. Divide by a to get: b 3 + 2 3 + a = b 3− 3 − 2 a 3 2 =3 3 2 Sample Paper SNAP 2005 10! 10! 31. 8. 42. Sn = 13524. 45. Length of tube = 9” Total Length = 4” × 9” = 36” The number is y the form: 4k+3. (i) Clear Morning + Rain Afternoon = 7 Days (ii) Rain Morning + Clear Afternoon = 6 Days (iii) Rain Morning OR Rain Afternoon = 9 Days N + RA = 7 days N + RM = 6 Day ⇒ RA – RM = 1 day RM + RA = 9 Days 43. 1222. therefore 13524 = 7/2 [2a + 6(7) ] ⇒ a + 21 = 1932 ⇒ a = 1911.is Bonus Paid to Female ⇒ 300 Females Accepted & 50 Males Accepted ⇒ Total Bonus = 2445 + 500 = 2945/If Rs. 41.5 and 2525 are not divisible by Rs. So 8x . Go by the options 1262. Then dividing (8k+6) by 4. Substitute the extreme values in the expression to get: 2(1) – 3(2) = 4 Considering the thickness of the wire negligible. of ways = 7! 2! 9! 3! 2! 34. N = 7. a = ?. The number of matches played must be n – 1. 37.5/Thus option (2) is best choice. we get the remainder as 2.x) = 0 ⇒ x = 10. 39. The number of functions = rr U4 = 44 = 256.d = 7. If Rs. 35.15.5(26 . no. 2 × 2! = 2! 8! 8! The consonants are R G M N T Vowels are A U E The end positions can be filled in 5P2 ways The middle positions can be filled in 6! Way Total number of ways = 5P2 × 6! = 14400. One turn of the wire requires 4” of the wire.5/.hitbullseye. If x=7. 4 2 3 2 40. 2445/. 44. 4 The total number of ways of arranging 1 2 5 4 5 3 7 5 2 without any restrictions = The number of arranging of 1 2 5 4 5 3 7 5 2 in which all 5’s are together = Reqd.is Bonus paid to Females ⇒ 150 Females Accepted ⇒ 200 Male Accepted ⇒ Total Bonus = 1222. we can see that both conditions are satisfied by the 1st option.com P 23 .5 + 2000 = 3222. 5746320819 × 125 can be written as 5746320819 × 1000/8 ⇒ 718290102375. 32. 4 2 33. Options (3) & (4) ruled out. Going by options. 38.
72 and 108 = 432 sec. 68. we can say that Sandhya has 2 sisters. Going by options. Going by options. Multiply all the rows to get the last number. Each alternate cell has successive alphabets. we get the third quotation as Rs. 200 which is 100 less than 300. 56.e. 61. We cannot find the answer even by combining both the statements. 57. 55. 66. 5 kmph. 54. so we can find the answer as 3 hrs by using both the statements. Hence the maximum value that z can take here is 34. 67. Total people visiting E = 24 + 64 + 86 + 42 + 112 + 6 + 68 = 402. 51. The information given is for 8 major locations in the Zoo. 3 3 3 1 3 1 3 3 3 2 2 63. Last line are consecutive even numbers. 58. 70. 62. 76. Visual question. From the second statement we can calculate the original speed to be 40/2 = 20 kmph. 80. Hence required percentage = 42/402 × 100 = 10 %.Bulls Eye Sample Paper SNAP 2005 ⇒ RM = 5 day & RA = 4 Days ⇒ N = 2 Day Total = 5 + 4 + 2 = 11 Day LCM of 48. we see that 2nd option Rs. Going by options. 75. 64. 1 1 4 3 2 4 52. Total exp = 10 × 300 = 3000. then initial expenses = 3000/15 = Rs. Total people = 2000. Visual question. 49. We cannot find the answer from A alone or B alone or their combination as infinite values of x can be obtained. From A.7%. Number of people going from B to F and G = 90 + 108 = 198. We can write this expression as 116600/429000 ⇒ 3/11 (approx. From A & B both. Number of people going from D to F and G = 82 + 20 = 102. The denominator factor 6 is made up of two prime factors 3 and 2. 300 is correct. Now equation (2) can be written as x + y + z + 2x + 6z = 126 ⇒ x + y + z + 86 = 126 ⇒ x + y + z = 40 p. But in Mumbai it was 3 AM. Using B statement alone.4 = 800 Visual Question. 59. 47. So 1/5 of 10 = 2 + 1 = 3. 60.5) ⇒ F= 65 yrs. 53. If there had been 15 people. First statement alone does not give anything sufficient. we can make Venn diagram and get the answer as 120.. First line are squares. A(BC)D(EFG)H…. 77. 4 3 3 1 4 2 1 4 3 4 4 4 4 1 2 3 1 4 www. Hence (1). 48. 71.4%. There can be many more minor locations in the Zoo for which information about movement of people is not given. so flight arrived at 12 AM as per Nairobi time. The lights will change after 432 seconds or 7 min 12 sec after 8:20. 78.hitbullseye. The number of threes in 72 is 24 + 8 + 2 = 34.) The decimal value should shift 3 places. So difference = 96. Sum of three quotations = 120× 3 = 360. Solving this the distance after the engine trouble can be calculated and 40 can be added in that in order to calculate the total distance. 50. As the flight time is 6 hours. Regain strategy should focus on age group 20 – 40 years as it has shown continuous decline for the 1st 3 years and then showed an increase in the 4th year. Now the new speed is 1/4th of that i. Required percentage = 100 – (30+ 25+ 15 + 10) = 20% He goes between 8 AM and 9 AM and comes back between 2PM and 3 PM. we see that 4th option is correct. 46. Visual question. Required percentage = (60 – 16) /60 × 100 = 73.com P 24 . From B. From statement A. 65. Change has been 40% (70 – 30). 73. we see that 4th option is correct. Number of people going to A from B and C = 20 + 28 = 48. ¼ of 20 = 6 ⇒ 5 + 1 = 6. Required percentage = (70 – 60) /60 × 100 = 16. hence K = 3 4x + y + 10 z = 169 (1) 3x + y + 7z = 126 (2) x + y + z = ? (1) – (2) gives x + 3z = 43 (3). 79. we can say that 20 = 1/3 (F . Thus 2 is the answer. 69. Visual question. 145 which is higher than 139. Now an equation can be made to calculate the distance that is D/5 – D/20 = 40/60 hrs. So required answer = 2000 × 0. Using both the statements we can find the answer. 74. Therefore he must be out for 6 Hrs. 72. age of Sangeeta is 20 yrs.
3 85. of workers required to be laid off = 20 – 17 = 3. Refer table. 126. 87. Only in (2) do we get 2 that are in position. we see that in the 4th option. of Man hours Reqd. 5400 5400 = = 35 . 4 Going by options. of workers required = 19 × 8 152 No. Questions 96 – 120 of G. which is equal to difference in the expenditure between year 5 and year 3 and between year 4 and year 3. 124. 3 Production requirement for Mar = Demand + Reserve – Opening Stock = 400 + 80 – 100 = 380 89. 86. 1 The series is of squares of natural numbers. one of squares of even numbers 125. of Man hours Available – No. and the other of cubes of odd numbers. – No. 122. 84.hitbullseye. The difference between the expenditure in year 2 and year 1 is 2. 3 95.4 crore. 91. Required amount = 0. The rate of increase in expenses from year 3 to year 5 is 10 %. 4 May.2 crore. Gives = 22 × 8 = 176 Man hours Total Man hours required = 310 × 10 = 3100 3100 = 17 Number of worker required = 176 No. 3 One worker in January (22 working day) 92. of Man hour required = 540 × 10 = 5400 93. 1 1 3 Sample Paper SNAP 2005 Visual question. 4 On careful observation. Month www. 1 February. 4 On careful observation. Reqd. Refer table. Hence Ans.2 crore. 4 The polynomial in f(x) = 2x – 2 where P = 2 and f(2) = 2. 1 Ist year + 3rd year = 4th year = 5th year 4 1 17 + × 20 = 22. we see that 4th option gives us a proper sequence SLaBslbcSLcdSLDe. 2 Note the line “you have two in position”. 90. ⇒ No. is 2 & Option 3. 123. 83.com P 25 . we see that there are 2 series involved. Reqd. 2 94.Bulls Eye 81 82. 4 Expenditure 2nd Year = 19% Expenditure 4th year = 22% Net Rise = 3% 3 % Rise = × 100 = 15% 19 Thus in 2 years. choices this is not so. 8895 3 2 1 Opening Demand in Reserve Production Working Stock Units 20% Requirement Days Jan 50 300 60 310 22 Feb 60 500 100 540 19 Mar 100 400 80 380 21 Apr 80 100 20 40 21 May 20 200 40 220 22 June 40 300 60 320 20 2 20% of May Demand (200) = 20% of 200 = 40 88. So expenditure in year 6 = 22 × 1. Required amount = 22 × 0.1 = 24. No. of Manhours utilized = 20 × 22 × 8 – 310 × 10 = 3520 – 3100 = 420. pattern is different from the other 3. of Manhours Available = 540 × 10 – 20 × 19 × 8 = 5400 – 3040 = 2360 hrs.K. of workers required to be hired = 35 – (20 – 3) = 18. ⇒ No. 1 In February.12 × 20 = 2.1 = 2. in others 121. Hence the answer is 53 = 125. No.
Fourth letter of this word is ‘C’. TO. Each letter moves + 6. The meaningful word is ‘BEACH’. 151.6. The answer is 3rd option. A 5 7 5 7 5 7 7 C From the above diagram the distance between A and B is a straight line and the distance is 4 × 7 = 28 km. ON. 139. different from the previous ones. So three words can be formed. Sample Paper SNAP 2005 4 3 The 4th option is the answer as in this option only.e. we see that 22. Each alternate letter moves – 1 or + 1. 130. The patterns in the boxes diagonally opposite are inversed. 144. Also every row has A. ( 1 + 2 81 + 16 + 25 ) 2 = 361. 141. 133. Hence the answer 129. 2 and 1 cannot be opposite to 4.hitbullseye. 155. Y alone will take 1/8 – 1/12 ⇒ 1/24 i. 147. Alternate figures are same. Numerical value in the middle row is obtained by multiplying numericals in top and bottom row. 24 days to complete the work. 138. of circles is increasing by 1 every time.C in it. 145. 137. and one line is added to the last lines. 136. C A Z Q C 149. The answer is 1st option. Therefore code for DANGER becomes 10 – 7 – 20 – 13 – 11 – 24. Hence 7th day from Sunday would again be a Sunday. 128. 131. There are 5 elements and no. 3 2 2 4 4 1 3 2 1 3 4 3 1 4 1 3 4 4 1 1 would be ( 1 + 25 + 9 + 81) = 324. 152. 148. 153. 135. Hence answer is 10C i. central number is the square of the numbers obtained by adding the square roots of numbers written outside the circle i. Hence answer is 3rd option. The answer is 3rd option. The answer is 1st option. We can infer that wise men should be imitated. Each time the end bars move inwards. 3 2 3 3 We see that AQP are cousins. The answer is 3rd option.com P 26 . West will become South East. Therefore DANGER would be written as CBFHDS. 132. 146. 143. 3 2 3 www. The box should have 5 items.03 was a Sunday. One arm goes down every time. 134. B. In this question.Bulls Eye 127. 2 pairs of the letters are repeating. 150. 142.e. and colouring is also different. Also 4 cannot be opposite to 4. 140. 154. From left to right. The answer is 2nd option. 2nd option.e. The box should have 6 items. On applying the logic of calendars. so it has to be 3. The meaningful words that cannot be formed are NO. numbers are reducing by 9 in every row. The answer is 4th option.
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