DATA ANALYSIS & INTERPRETATION
A box contains 4 red, 3 blue, 3 yellow and 2 black balls 129. One ball is picked up randomly. What is the probability Directions (Q. 136-140): Study the following graph to answer the given questions. A, B, C, D and E are 5 parts of a city and their percentages in the total population is given. E 3*
Directions (Q. 131-135): The diagram shows the percentage of annual expenditure on equipment, supplies and salaries incurred by a multinational firm. The table shows the firm's annual expenditure for each of the years. Study the diagram carefully and answer the following questions.
Total population = 50,000 136. Population of Part B in the city is what per cent of the total population of Part A and Part C together? 1)42.6% 2)50.5% 3)54.75% 4)80% 5)40.90% 137. The average population of Part A, B and C together is larger/lower than Part D and E together by what number? 1)8000 ' 2)9500 3)1600 4)12000 5) None of these 138. Which of the following parts of the city form 7 0 % of the total population of the city? 1)A&D 2)A,D&E 3)C,D&E 4)B&C 5) None of these 139. If 8000 people come from outside to live in Part B of the city, the percentage share of Part B increases by 1)12.52% 2)16.8% 3)11.31% 4)14.9% 5)35.62% 140. In the total population of the city, 20% are children, 50% are men and the rest are women. What is the likely difference between the number of women living in part D and that in part E of the city? 1)4200 2)4400 3)4600 4)4800 5) None of these Directions (Q. 141-145): Study the following table to answer the given questions. Enrolment in Central Universities (CU) & State Universities (SU) of a country over the years (in thousand). Age group Age group SU (25-35) yrs (20-40) yrs 22 18% 2002 18 40% 25 25% 2003 21 25% 40% 2004 40 36% 48 36% 80 45% 2005 65 50% 60 65% 2006 48 75% 77 30% 2007 90 141. The number of enrolments in Central Universities in the above said age group in the year 2003 is what per cent of the number of enrolments in the State Universities in the above said age group in the year 2005? Year CU
Year Total Expenditure 2001 Rs 800000 2002 Rs 1200000 2003 Rs 1500000 2004 Rs 1000000 2005 Rs 1200000 131. In which of the following years did the firm spend the highest amount on supplies? 1)2001 2)2002 3)2003 4)2004 5) None of these 132. The highest increase in the amount spent on equipment with respect to the previous year was in. 1)2002 2)2003 3) 2003 & 2004 4)2005 5) None of these 133. The average amount spent on salaries, taking all the years together was equal to l)Rs 600000 2) Rs 650000 3) Rs 647000 4) Rs 720000 5) None of these 134. The average amount of money spent by the firm, taking all the years together, is what times the expenditure.in the year 2004? 1)57 2)570 3)5.7 4)0.57 5) None of these 135. Total expenditure on supplies and salaries in the year 2002 was equal to 1) Rs 1000000 2) Rs 1050000 3) Rs 800000 4) Rs 608000 5) None of these
What is the percentage of qualified candidates with respect to that of appeared candidates from states A and D taken together? 1)72. The number of faculty is the maximum for which school. taking all the years together? 1)482 2)469 3)432 4)315 5) None of these 149.3 5 ) years the highest in State Universities? 1)2006 2)2005 3)2003 4)2002 5) None of these Directions (Q. The average number of enrolments in the Central Universities is greater/lesser than that in state universities by in 1)2400 (lesser) 2) 24000 (lesser) 3) 4800 (greater) 4) 48000 (greater) 5) None of these 143. The number of faculty in the year 2007 in School B is what per cent of the number of faculty in school C in the year 2002? 1)50% 2)150% 3)600% 4) Data Inadequate 5) None of these 150.22 2)65. In which state the percentage of qualified candidates with respect to appeared candidates is maximum? 1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5) None of these 113.8 3)82. The number of enrolments in the Central Universities in the year 2006 in the age group other than (20-40) yrs is what per cent of that in the Central Universities in the year 2004 of the age group (20-40) yrs?
Classification of appeared candidates in a competitive exam from different states and qualified candidates from those states. In which school is the ratio of the strength of students to that of faculty the minimum in the year 2005? 1 )A 2 )B 3 )D 4 )E 5) None of these 148. Details of the strengths of six different schools and the number of faculty available is given over the years Institute -> Year 4' 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 S A F S B F C D F E F S F
480 12 500 10 300 12 500 30 1200 40 260 8 540 12 415 18 780 20 1450 50 425 12 400 14 620 15 620 12 800 60 500 15 480 16 385 25 600 10 900 70 680 18 520 8 490 30 550 14 500 80
S : Strength of student F: Faculty 146. 146-150): Study the following table carefully to answer these questions. What is the ratio of the number of candidates qualified from states C and D together to the number of candidates appeared from state G? 1)17:33 2)201:317 3)224:297 4)297:224 5) None of these
.4)18% 5) None of these 142. In which school is the ratio of the strength of students to that of faculty the maximum in the year 2003? 1 )A 2 )B 3 )D 4 )E 5) None of these 147. What is the average strength of students of School A. In which of the following years is the enrolment in the age group of ( 2 5 . taking all the years together? 1)E 2)C 3)D 4) A 5) None of these
Total number of qualified candidates = 32000 111.
Total number of appeared candidates = 54. What is the difference between the number of appeared candidates of states B and E? 1)504 2)680 3)1080 4)1260 5) None of these 114.12 115.7 5)60. What is the ratio of the number of appeared candidates from states C and E together to that of appeared candidates from states A and F together? 1)3:5 2)5:3 3) 17:33 4)33 : 17 5) None of these 112. In how many years is there more enrolment in State Universities than in Central Universities? 1)2 2)5 3)6 4)4 5) None of these 144.5 4)18.000
126-130): See the given figure carefully and answer the questions based on it.Directions (Q. given states by both methods?
4) 90 lakh tonnes 5) None of these 123. The average production of rice by scientific method is what per cent of the average production of rice by deviation method?
1)110 2)120 3)130 4)210 5)140 124. 121-125): See the following pie-chart carefully and answer the questions based on it. Production of rice (in lakh tonnes) by two different methods is given in seven countries. The production of rice by scientific method in Bhutan is what per cent more than that in Japan by deviation method? 1)20 2)25 3)30 4)42 5)60 125. What is the ratio of production by deviation method in Japan to that by scientific method in China? 1)2:5 2)5:2 3)3:8 4)8:17 5) None of these 122. What is the average production of rice in the above. Which country in the above said pie-chart has least difference of production by two different methods? 1) Japan 2)Bhutan 3 ) C h i n a 4 ) India 5)Noneofthese Direction (Q.
Study the table and answer the questions based on it
Selling price of one computer = Rs 32850 Profit on selling one computer = Rs 3750 136.15. 141-145): Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below.97 137.11. 136-140): Records of selling of computers are given.Directions(Q. What is the average number of buildings constructed across the cities? 1)230 2)249 3)312 4)413 5) None of these 143. 146-150): Study the following data l)Rs2. The profit earned in the year 2008 amounts to Directions (Q. What is the difference between the total number of c o n s t r u c t i o n s ( c o n s t r u c t e d .12 4)5. d e m o l i s h e d and redeveloped) in City B? 1)162 2)182 3)207 4)214 5)239 145.80. What is the a p p r o x i m a t e a v e r a g e n u m b e r of c o n s t r u c t i o n s ( c o n s t r u c t e d .55. What is the ratio of the number of buildings demolished in city A to that redeveloped in city E? 1)11:10 2)11:8 3)8:17 4)7:19 5) None of these
Ratio of sold to unsold machines is given below.85 2)3.000 2) Rs 3. The number of computers sold in the year 2009 is approximately what per cent of the number of computers sold in the year 2007? 1) 65% 2) 77% 3) 74% 4) 113% 5)115% 138. Details of two types of machine that five different companies produce are given. demolished and redeveloped across various cities in a year.000 carefully to answer these questions.000 3)Rs3.67 5)8. Sold A B C D E 2 5 3 2 8
Unsold 3 6 2 • 5 5
. Number of buildings constructed. The ratio of profit gained in the year 2005 to that in the year 2008 is equal to 1)64:77 2)60:71 3)31:63 4)14:29 5) None of these 140.000 5) None ofthese 139. The total number of buildings constructed across the cities is approximately what per cent of that redeveloped across the cities? 1)115 2)208 3)273 4)153 5) None of these 144.86 3)4. What is the difference of the average number of computers sold in the year 2007 and that in 2009? 1)2. 4)Rs4. d e m o l i s h e d and redeveloped) in City D and that in City E? 1)420 2)500 3)612 4)815 5) None of these 142.
141. The maximum amount of profit gained was in the year 1)2005 2)2006 3)2009 4)2007 5) None of these Directions (Q.
89 2)98.89 4)85. What is the total number of students studying in all the schools together? 1)520900 " 2)520700 3)610200 4)510800 5) None of these 138. 136-140): Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below it.53 5) None of these 134. The number of computers sold by Company B is what per cent of the number of computers manufactured by Company B? (rounded off to two digits after decimal) 1)78. The number of computers manufactured by Company D is what per cent of the n u m b e r of c o m p u t e r s manufactured by Company E? (rounded off to two digits after decimal) 1)78.89 3)88. Which Company sold the maximum number of machines? 1)E 2)C 3)A 4)B . What is ratio of machines sold by Company A t o unsold machines of Company D? 1)13:7 2)14:19 3)101:317 4)83:103 5) None of these 148. The average number of machines produced by all the companies together is what per cent of the unsold machines of Company E? 1)170 2)216 3)265 4)283 5) None of these 150.57 2)68. 5) None of these Directions (131-135): Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow.39 4)78. Number of computers manufactured and sold by various companies in a year (Number in lakhs)
Directions (Q. 2)41:43 3)45:43 4)43:41 5) None of these 139 The number of students from the faculty of science from School 1 is approximately what per cent of the total number of students studying in that school? 1)34 2)37 3)29 4)31 5)39 140.88 135. The number of computers manufactured by Company ETs what per cent of the n u m b e r of c o m p u t e r s manufactured by all the companies together? 1)20 2)25 3)30 4)22 5) None of these
136. What is the ratio of computers manufactured by Company A and C together to the number of computers sold byCompany A and C together? 1 ) 4 : 5 2 ) 1 4 : 1 1 3 ) 9 : 1 1 4 ) 1 1 : 9 5) None of these 132. What is the ratio of the students from the faculty of science from School H and I together to the students from the same faculty from School J and K together? 1)43:45 . What is the difference between the average number of computers manufactured by all the companies together and the average number of computers sold by all the companies together? 1)3500 2)35000 3)350000 4)3500000 5)Noneofthese 133. What is the average number of students from the faculty of commerce from all the schools together? 1)36825 2)38655 3)35625 4)36585 5) None of these
.146. What is the difference between the total number of students studying in School H and that in School K? 1)16100 2)15800 3)16300 4)16700 5) None of these 137. Which Company has m a x i m u m number of unsold machines? 1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)Noneofthese 149.37 5)89.57 3)73. What is the total number of P-type machines sold? 1)27 2)38 3)49 4) Data inadequate 5) None of these 147. Number of students studying in various schools from various faculties (Number in thousands)
What is the total number of boys enrolled in management and IT together? 1)850 2)870 3)880 4)900 5) None of these 142.71% 1)27. The number of girls enrolled in Arts. Number of questions asked from different subjects in the following years in a Bank Competition Exam Topic → Quantitative Reason General Mark English Year 4↓ Aptitude ing eting Studies 2003 45 50 48 46 49 2004 40 45 50 47 48 2005 32 42 50 50 45 2006 28 36 42 50 39 2007 44 35 32 43 38 2008 50 30 41 35 44 146. If 20% of the girls enrolled in Science change their stream to Management then what will be the new number of Management students altogether? 1)355 2)645 3)865 4)825 5) None of these 145.7% 2)2. The average number of questions asked from which subject is the maximum? 1)QA 2) Reasoning 3) General Studies 4) Marketing 5) None of these 147. The average number of questions asked from QA and Reasoning in 2003 is not equal to the average number of questions asked from which of the followings? 1) English & Marketing (2005) 2) QA (2008) & Reasoning (2004) 3) General Studies & Marketing (2005) 4) QA (2008) & General Studies (2007) 5) All are equal 148. 141-145): Study the following pie-chart carefully to answer the questions that follow. The percentage decrease in the number of questions asked in 2007 from Reasoning as compared with previous year is equal to? 3) 12.Directions (Q.27% 4)2. Commerce together? 1)750 2)850 3)880 4)800 5) None of these 144.17% 5) None of these 126. The percentage of questions asked in Reasoning is the maximum among the given subjects in the year? 1)2003 2)2004 3)2005 4)2006 5) None of these 149. Percentage of students enrolled in different streams in a college Total number of students = 4500
Directions (Q. There are 3 boys and 3 girls. Science and Commerce forms approximately what per cent of total number of students in the college? 1)38% 2)36% 3)39% 4 ) 3 5 % 5) None of these
. What is the chance that all the 3 girls sit together?
Percentage break-up of girls enrolled in these streams out of the total girl students Total no. 146-150): Study the fol l owing tabl e carefully and answer the questions given bel ow. The average number of questions asked in the given years from General Studies is approximately equal to 1)40 2)41 3)42 4)43 5)44 150. What is the total number of girls enrolled in Science and. What is the ratio of the number of girls enrolled in Arts to the number of boys enrolled in Science? 1)190:143 2)190:153 3) 143:190 4)183:143 5) None of these 143. They sit in a row randomly. ofgirls = 2500
% increase in passed students from 1993 to 1994 was 1)66. The number of total failed students from 1991 to 1995 was 1)315 2)320 3)325 4)330 5)335 150. The biggest jump in usage came in (in percentage) 1)'A'in 1996 alone 2) 'A'and ' D ' in 1996 & 1995 respectively 3 ) ' D ' in 1995 alone 4) 'A in 95 alone 5) None of these 139. .66% 2)77.
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146. In the year 1994 what is the average number of soaps used across all products? 1)410 2)405 3)395 4)385 5)380 140. 1 ) 3 : 2 2 ) 2 : 3 3 ) 3 : 5 4 ) 5 : 3 5) None of these 144. What is the ratio of the total number of soaps used in 1995 to that in 1996? 1 ) 8 : 9 2 ) 9 : 8 3 ) 3 : 5 4 ) 5 : 3 5) None of these Directions (Q. The ratio of passed students to admitted students in 1992 was 1 ) 3 : 5 2 ) 4 : 5 3 ) 2 : 3 4 ) 3 : 4 5) None of these
141. ^ . His monthly income is Rs 20000. The only product which is showing an increasing trend is 1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E 137. The average number of students admitted from 1991 to 1995 was 1)294 2 ) 2 % 3)298 4)302 5) None of these 149.77% 3)75% 4)84% 5) None of these 147.
136. _ . What is the average number of soap 'A' used per year in the period of 1994-1998? 1)500 2)480 3)450 4)420 5) None of these 138. A Students admitted • Students Passed 400 . The average number of students passed from 1991 to 1995 was 1)222 2)225 3)227 4)229 5)231 148. (Q 146-150) : Fallowin g line graphs show the number of students admitted and the number of students passe d in a school from 1991 to 1995. The ratio of the amount he spent on medical to that he spent for rent. How much amount (in Rs) does he spend monthly? 1) 18400 2) 17200 3) 16800 4) 16400 5) None of these
. How much amount (in Rs) does he save monthly? 1)1600 2)2400 3)2800 4)3200 4) None of these 145.Directions (Q. 141-145): Following pie-chart shows the monthly expenditure of a man on different items. What is the difference (in Rs) of the amount he spends on food and that on education? 1)1200 2)1000 3)8000 4)600 5)400 143. How much (in Rs) does he spend on food items? 1)4800 2)5000 3)5200 4)*5400 5)5600 142. 136-140): Given below is a table of usage of soaps in terms of number of persons over 5 years.
4% 139. The average of people literate in Mumbai and Chennai is (in lakhs) 1)18 2)22 3)24 3)26 5) None of these
Directions ( Q . The ratio of literate to illiterate people in Chennai is 1 ) 2 : 5 2 ) 2 : 7 3 ) 3 : 7 4 ) 3 : 5 5) None of these 150. What percentage marks 'C got in all five subjects together? 1)60% 2)62. What is the ratio of the marks scored by 'A' in Maths and that scored by ' E ' in Phy? 1)2:3 2)3:4 3)4:5 4)5:6 5)3:5 Students
141. Total marks in each paper is 200.5% 3)64% 4)66. What is the average marks he scored in each subject? 1)160 2)180 3)100 4)120 5)140 143. Chem & Maths? 1)128 2)248 3)124 4)256 5)320 92. The average amount of production from 2001 to 2005 is 1)524 tonnes 2) 504 tonnes 3) 484 tonnes 4) 464 tonnes 5) None of these 137. What is the ratio of failed subjects to passed subjects? 1 ) 1 : 4 2 ) 1 : 3 3 ) 3 : 4 4 ) 4 : 5 5) None of these
Phy Chem Maths Hindi English (200) (200) (200) (200) (200) A 40% 48% 36% 60% 70% B 35% 64% 20% 55% 65% C 72% 66% 70% 64% 60% D 50% 60% 40% 30% 70% E 48% 54% 80% 60% 45% 91. What is the difference between the marks scored by ' D ' and that by ' E ' in English? 1)40 2)45 3)50 4)25 5)60 93. How much did A score in Phy.
136. How many people are illiterate in Mumbai (in lakhs)? 1)48 2)44 3)40 4)36 5) None of these 149. The ratio of maximum to minimum quantity produced during 2001-08 is 1)20:7 2 ) 7 : 5 3 ) 1 0 : 7 4 ) 2 0 : 1 1 5) None of these 138. What is the difference of literate people between Mumbai and Chennai (in lakhs)? 1)12 2)16 3)18 4)20 5)22 148. 91-95): In the following table the percentage marks scored by five students in different subjects is given. Answer the following questions based on this table.4% 3)101.3% 5)113.60 4)24 5) None of these 147.4% 5)68% 95.Directions (Q. The maximum percentage rise in production from its previous year is 1)84% 2)97. In how many subjects did he fail? 1)4 2)3 3)2 4)1 5) None of these 145. What is the average of the marks scored by ' D ' in five subjects? 1)100 2)110 3)120 4)130 5)140 94. Full marks for each subject is 200 and to pass the student should score more than or equal to 50%.
Directions (Q.6% 4)114. 136-140): In the following line graph the goods produced by a company (in tonnes) from 2001 to 2008 is shown. 146-150): Following bar-graph shows total
pnnulation and % of lite racv anions them in different cities.8 3)18. What is the total production from 2001 to 2008? 1)4610 tonnes 2) 4620 tonnes 3) 4680 tonnes 4) 4640 tonnes 5) 4650 tonnes Directions (Q. On this basis answer the following Questions. 141-145): Following pie-chart shows marks scored by a student in four different subjects. How much marks he scored in Chemistry? 1)75 2)80 3)90 4)100 5) None of these 142. How many people are literate in Delhi (in lakhs)? 1)15.36 2)16. What is the difference between the marks he scored in English and that in Chemistry? 1)10 2)12 3)15 4)18 5)20 144. The percentage rise in production from 2003 to 2008 is
146. The student has scored total 480 marks out of 800.
D was born neither in the month of July nor in April but is a
Libran. Which one does not belong to the group? 1)4AS 2 ) 3 © Q 3)2$T 4)7 = P 5)5£R 159. who was born in the month pf June. All have different sunsigns Aries. How m a n y Symbols in the s e q u e n c e are either immediately preceded by a letter belonging to the first half of the English aiphabet or immediately followed by a number? 1) One 2) Two 3) Three 4) Four 5) None of these 158. though not respectively.J u l y .June . 3) Gemini 4) Cancer 5) None of these 152. 151-156): Read the following infbrmation carefully and answer the questions given below: Six persons A. May. B is neither Taurean nor Cancerian but was born in the month of August.Test of Reasoning
Directions (Q.Gemini 3) B . © £ is to &* and ffi$ is to =& in the same way as ©@ is to 1 ) @ * 2)£& 3)RV 4)A5 5) None of these 161. in which month was the person of sunsign Virgo born? 1) March 2) July 3) June 4) August 5) Data inadequate 156. which of the following will not change its position in the new arrangement? 1)P 2)N 3)Q 4)K 5) None of these Directions (Q. Who was born in the month of May? 1)D 2)C 3)F 4) Data inadequate 5) None of these 154. If a Taurean is born in the month of April. 151. is either Taurean or Cancerian. What is the total number of 'the letters immediately followed by a number' and 'the Symbols immediately preceded by a letter' together in the above sequence? l)Six 2) Seven 3) Eight 4)Nine 5) None of these 160. Taurus and Gemini. E and F were born in different months March. Aperson who has Gemini as his sunsign s bom either in June or in March. Virgo. If F was born in the month of March.March . Cancer.Aries 4) E . 157-161): Answer these questions referring to the symbol-letter-number sequence given below: 4AS32©QT$5R£7PY@ = W6&FV8KN*G9#D 157. If the positions of the letters in the sequence are reoccupied by the letters themselves after getting rearranged alphabetically from the left. An Arian is born neither in the month f March nor in April. 162-166): In each question below is given a Statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and IL An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. what is the sunsign ofC? 1) Can't be determined 2) Virgo . Which of the following combinations is definitely true? 1) E . What is the sunsign of B? 1) Virgo 2) Libra 3) Gemini 4) Data inadequate 5) None of these 155.June .Cancer 3) F . B.Libra 5) None of these Directions (Q. Libra. C. Which of the following combinations is definitely false? 1)C-April-Virgo 2) A . A.July . April.Taurus 5) None of these 153.April -Cancer 2) C .V i r g o 4) D .August . D. Four of the following five are similar in respect of their positions in the above sequence and hence form a group. July and August. E was not born in March. Virgo is the sunsign of either C or F. You have to consider the Statement and the following as-
3) if either I or II is implicit. putting series I." —An advice to the readers of a newspaper Assumptions: I. 158. 156-160): In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. II. Statement: "Please note that the candidates have to bring their own typewriters at the time of the test of typing skill.!! of seventeenth letter/symbol from your right in the newly formed series. It is not expected of a woman at a higher post to be deprived of in-laws' respect for insufficient dowry. which of the following pairs of elements will indicate the sixteenth element and the eighth element to its left respectively?
153. Give answer 1) if only assumption I is implicit." —A statement of a handicapped person
. If the first ten elements of series I are picked up and written in reverse order followed by the last ten elements of series II without changing the order. / II. 4) if neither I n o r II is implicit. If all the numbers are dropped from the series I.Test of Reasoning
5) None of these 154. Statement: "Why do more people not donate blood? Though I am physically challenged. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. Candidates will not be able to bring their own typewriters. com) and sign up with its 'send me the Word of the Day everyday' mailing list service. People want to acquire a good vocabulary that enables one to use the right word in the right context. 159.yourdictionary. 157. 156. 160. which letter/symbol will be 8th to the . Candidates will be able to bring their own typewriters at the time of skill test. Torturing for dowry is not a trivial issue. II.com (http:// www. I don't suffer from any weakness or ailment after donating blood. Statement: "If you are keen to improve your English vocabulary. What is the total number of consonants in all the series which is/are both immediately preceded by and immediately followed by symbols? 1) Three' 2) Four 3) Five 4) Zero 5) None of these 155." — A report in a newspaper Assumptions: I. Statement: "Entry of HTVs is banned. What will come in the question mark (?) in the following
151. which of the following is the lowest in count? 1) letters in series II 2) letters in series I 3) symbols in series II 4) symbols in series III
Directions (Q." — A condition in an advertisement Assumptions: I. II and III one after the other from the left end without changing the order of the elements? 152. People know the meaning of HTV.. 5) if both I and II are implicit. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement. 2) if only assumption II is implicit. Statement: "Instances of brides being ill-treated for insufficient dowry are too common to make news and it seems that even position and rank are no guarantee that a woman will receive her in-laws' respect. II and III. II." —A notice on the main entrance of a flyover Assumptions: I. If the letters and the symbols from each series are counted separately. access the online dictionary service Your dictionary. Learning a new word everyday via e-mail is the only possible way of doing so. The notice will have no impact on the people.
All desks are flags. Directions (Q. No pens are pencils. and then decide which of the conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements. III and IV follow 3) Either I or III follows 4) Either I or III along with IV follow 5) None of these 163. Some pencils are not dictionaries. III and IV follow 3) Only I. d. III. 1) All follow 2) Only I. All males are children. Statements: a. All tips are pencils. Some males are not females. No nips are tips. breadth and height of a rectangular piece of wood are 14 cm. d. No tips are coins. V Now the piece is cut in such a way that cubes of 1 cm x 1 cm x 1 cm are mads. c and d followed by four conclusions. Some boys are girls. III and IV follow 2) Only I. 161. No erasers are dictionaries. IV. Some copies are desks. IL Opposite sides of 5 cm x 14 cm piece are coloured red. III. III. II. d. IV. III. Some pencils are copies. II. 13 cm and 5 cm respectively. Statements: a. IV. Some copies are not dictionaries. Conclusions: I. c. III and IV follow 4) All follow 5) None of these 164. Some flags are not copies. All pencils are erasers. c. c. II and III follow 2) Only II. Some flags are erasers. 1) Only I. 166-169): Read the following information and answer the questions based on it. All boys are males. All books are copies. Statements: a. b.
c. III. All children are boys. All tips are balls. Some boys are not females. II. Some pencils are not coins. b. Some nips are coins. 1) Either III or IV and I follow 2) Only I and IV follow 3) Only IV follows 4) None follows 5) None of these 162. How many cubes shall have only two colours red and green?
. Conclusions: I. Some girls are males. No copies are erasers. d. b. d. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they appear to be at variance with commonly known facts. Some coins are not nips. No flags are erasers. 1) All follow 2) Only I. II. No girls are females. c.Assumptions: I. II and III follow 3) Only I and III follow 4) None follows 5) None of these 165. Normal people can donate blood more comfortably than a handicapped person due to their physical ability. IIL Opposite sides of 14 cm * 13 cm are coloured blue. mark out an appropriate answer choice that you think is correct. II. Some flags are not erasers. Some books are desks. L The length. No dictionaries are pencils. Conclusions: I. II. IV. All copies are erasers. No copies are books. No erasers are books. Some erasers are not pens. All books are desks. b. 166. Majority of people think that blood donation does not makes a person ill or weak. Statements: a. 1) Only II. Statements: a. 161-165): Below are given four statements a. Conclusions: I. Some erasers are flags. For each question. All balls are pencils. III and IV follow 3) Either I or II along with III and IV follow 4) Either l o r III follows 5) None of these Directions (Q. Conclusions: I. No books are flags. IV The remaining sides of 5 cm * 13 cm are coloured green. IV. b. b. Some books are flags.
2) at 23 by 11 is we nice 68 3) at 11 by 23 we is nice 68 4) at 11 by 23 is we nice 68 5) None of these 183. S©P Conclusions: I . The number of that code is the answer.2. when given a particular input.1)44 2)48 3)12 4)60 5) None of these 167.3. 171. Now study the logic given above and answer the questions that follow. P $ L. How many cubes shall have only one colour blue? 1)264 2)66 3)39 4)132 5) None of these 169. If step III of an input is 'as 65 by he doing 94 83 and'. which step will be the following arrangement? Arrangement: he is 42 it then 1234 68 will 1)111 2) VI 3)IV 4)V 5) None of these 185. 181-185): A word arrangement machine. 'pa chin' means 'red tea'. 'dem fu chin' means 'red rose flower'. For the above input. I f s t e p I I o f a g i v e n input i s ' i s are when 161 16 1674 did does' then which of the following is step V of the given
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180. T h e following is the illustration of the input and steps of arrangement: Input: of 93 if 26 it eleven are 37 Step I: if 93 of 26 it eleven are 37 Step II: if 26 of 93 it eleven are 37 Step III: if 26 it 93 of eleven are 37 Step IV: if 26 it 37 of eleven are 93 Step V: if 26 it 37 of are eleven 93 The machine comes to a halt when the input is fully arranged as above. How many cubes shall have only two colours red and blue? 1)44 2)48 3)12 4)60 5) None of these 168. with one letter underlined. then which word in the code language means 'flower'? l)dem 2)fu 3) dem or fu 4) chin 5) None of these Directions (Q. M#P. What is step IV for the given input? 1) at 23 by 11 68 is we nice . In each question. Input: will he 1234 is it 42 68 then. How many cubes shall not have any colour? 1)528 2)264 3)910 4)396 5) None of these 170. 181.4 or 5 not in the same order. Which of the given steps will be the last step for the given input? 1)VI 2)V 3) IV 4)111 5) None of these 182. You have to find out the exact code for the underlined letter in the word. For each letter in that word there is a code written in small letters. and 'la quiz' means 'beautiful tree'. then which of the following will definitely be the input? 1) and 94 doing he by 83 65 as 2) and 94 doing by he 65 83 as 3) and 94 doing he by 65 83 as 4) Can't be determined 5) None of these 184. If 'dem fu la pane' means 'rose flower is beautiful'. Input: we 11 at 68 nice is by 23. Statements: G $ M. T h a t code is denoted by either 1. 171-175): These questions are based on a code language which utilises letters in the English alphabet. Input: do 94 at well she it 20.P©G Directions (Q. Please note that the same letter appearing in other word(s) may be coded differently. there is a word written in capital letters. rearranges it following a particular rule.
Studies have shown a three-to-four-fold difference between urban and rural
areas. In developing countries. 1)M 2)X 3)1 4) A 5) None of these
. The number of diabetics in China was expected to double and reach an estimated 35-million mark by 2025.Mmeans + andNmeans-. 190. India is a developed country. Cases of blindness. the third letter of the word would be your answer. 2) if the inference is ' p r o b a b l y t r u e ' though not 'definitely true' in the light of the facts given. ie it cannot possibly be drawn from the facts given for it contradicts the given facts. If no such word can be formed. But in developed countries. 5) if the inference is 'definitely false'. 191. India has acquired the dubious distinction of having the largest number of diabetes patients in the world. It has been estimated that the numbers in India would far surpass those in China by 2025. Experts here have stressed the need to start preventive measures. For this. majority of people with diabetes will be in the age group of 45 to 64. Women with diabetes are also seen to develop heart disease at an earlier age. your answer would be M. renal failure and cardiovascular diseases in India are the highest in the world. Central obesity in urban population is higher. three times its currently estimated number. suggesting lifestyle factors. 4) if the inference is ' p r o b a b l y false' though not 'definitely false' in the light of the facts given. 187. 186-190): Below is given a passage followed by several possible inferences which can be drawn from the facts stated in the passage. 3) if the data are inadequate.input? 1) is are did 16 161 1674 does when 2) is are did 16 161 1674 when does 3) is are did 161 161674 when does 4) Data inadequate 5) None of these Directions (Q. It has also been found that diabetics are more prone to developing coronary artery disease. 6th. 186. In contrast. If more than one such word can be formed. India would have 57 million diabetics. your answer is X. If it is possible to make a meaningful word from the 1st. using each letter only once. 7th and 9th letters of the word VULCANIZATION.5 M 4325 K 2 N 4325 ? 1)147225 2)147050 3)151375 4)142527 5) None of these 192. 189.then what is the value of 4325 K 4 0 0 H 12. 188. Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness. H means+. renal failure and cardiovascular diseases. ie it properly follows from the statement of facts given. The country which tops in the world in diabetes cases has 19 million patients of diabetes. The reason for predisposition of Indians to the disease may be both due to genetic factors as well as central obesity in middle-aged people. If Kmeans x . How many pairs of letters are there in the word HYPERTHYROIDISM which have the same number of letters between them as in English alphabet? 1) More than two but less than four 2) More than three but less than five 3) More than four but less than six 4) More than five but less than seven 5) More than six but less than eight 193. Cases of diabetes in rural areas of India are lower than those in urban areas. diabetes will affect people who are above 65 years. ie from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false. steps should be taken that encourage physical activity. You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity. Mark answer 1) if the inference is 'definitely true'. To reduce the number of diabetes cases India has neither the required potential nor any comprehensive plan.
IL Sanjeev was absent before at least four of the others. VI. Priti was not absent on Friday or Saturday. 4) Sanjeev absented himself after Sneha and Priti. Which of the following statements is true? 1) Priti absented herself on Tuesday. Yes. No. When the Director of the Company checked the attendance register. IX. Gautam's wife is not Sneha or Komal. II. Study the following clues carefully and answer the questions that follow. II. II and III. Instructions: Each question below is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. Directions (Q. Sneha was absent before her husband. 202. 206-210): In each question given below a statement is followed by three courses of action numbered I. it is desirable to be able to distinguish between "Strong" arguments and "Weak" arguments insofar as they relate to the question. Who is Mr Mukherjee? 1) Can't say 2) Sanjeev 3) Ajay 4) Gautam 5) None of these !98. No. but not before Komal. was absent after Gautam. 205. 194. On the eve of Valentine's Day. 2) if only argument II is strong. Mr Choudhary. "Weak" arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question. But one person was absent immediately before Sneha's husband and immediately after Sneha.Directions (Q. they are slow-moving vehicles and compound the traffic problems for fast-moving ones. 201. No. III Mr Mukherjee was absent on Tuesday. On which day did Sneha absent herself? 1) Monday 2) Tuesday 3) Wednesday 4) Thursday 5) None of these 195. "Strong" arguments are those which are both important and directly related to the question. 194-200): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow. 3) Sneha absented herself before only four persons. driving needs mechanical skill only. V. this will discourage the customers and' they might be compelled to switch over from one bank to another. Yes. II. 201-205): In making decisions about
important questions. Yes. it is a cheap medium of transportation as well as environment-friendly. this is the only way to eventually lower interest rates in the country. who is not married to Sneha. Who absented himself/herself on Sunday? 1) Sneha 2) Priti 2) Sanjeev 4) Ajay 5) None of these 196. each of the executives were found absent on seven consecutive different days starting from Sunday to Saturday. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument. There are seven executives in a publishing company. this will give chances to developed countries to fulfil their vested interests. The same was true of Mrs Mukherjee and her husband. Priti wants to give Valentine gift to her husband. including the Saxenas. Who is the husband of Sneha? 1) Can't say 2) Sanjeev 3) Ajay 4) Deepak 5) None of these 197. 203. this is an era of information technology and we are excelling in this field very rapidly. L Deepak is one of the seven executives. 3) if either I or II is strong. 204. No. 2) Ajay absented himself before Komal. Who among the following is that lucky person? 1) Mr Goel 2) Ajay 3) Mr Mukherjee 4) Sanjeev 5) None of these Directions (Q. IV Mr Goel was absent before at least two others. Ajay was absent before at least one woman. Statement: Should banks be allowed to offer different interest rates in India? Arguments: I. ie each day one executive was absent. No executive was absent twice in that period. 4) if neither I nor II is strong. A course of action is a step or administrative
. No. 5) if both I and II are strong. Statement: In view of the Enron disaster should there be a global set of norms for auditing firms? Argument: I. Statement: Should 'literacy' be the minimum criterion for becoming a bus driver on the road of metropolitan cities? Arguments: I. Yes. illiterate bus drivers are less likely to understand the traffic rules and signals. VIII. Yes. VII. Who among the following is not a member of the given three couples? 1) Mr Choudhary 2) Ajay 3) Gautam 4) Can't say 5) None of these 199. Give answer 1) if only argument I is strong. in this way no such disaster will happen again. it will be an imitiation of western models. II. 5) None of these 200. Statement: Should'Information Technology'be made a compulsory subject for all students in secondary school certificate (SSC) examination in India? Arguments: I. II. Statement: Should bullock carts be banned from running on the busy city roads? Arguments: I. Among these there are three married couples.
W i t h t h e h e l p o f different N G O s p e o p l e ' s participation s h o u l d b e increased t o s a v e idols. C o u r s e s of A c t i o n : I. M u n i c i p a l C o r p o r a t i o n should sell the land on t w i c e t h e m a r k e t cost of t h e land to the person w h o h a s m a d e illegal c o n s t r u c t i o n s . A special task force s h o u l d be constituted to n a b t h e p e r s o n s i n v o l v e d in it. II. H. Material.c o r e activities such a s d e s i g n a n d m a n u facture of r o l l i n g stock. II. S t a t e m e n t : It h a s b e e n r e p o r t e d that w a t e r level is d e clining r a p i d l y i n m a n y cities a n d c a u s i n g w a ter crisis. C o u r s e s o f a c t i o n : I . S t a t e m e n t : M u n i c i p a l C o r p o r a t i o n of city Y has d e c i d e d t o r e m o v e illegal h u t m e n t s a n d b u i l d i n g s that h a v e b e e n m a d e o n g o v e r n m e n t ' s land. 206.u p o r f u r t h e r action i n r e g a r d t o t h e p r o b l e m . III. III. II. managerial and other res o u r c e s will h a v e to be in fine t u n e to maintain production schedule.
. You a r e r e q u i r e d to find o u t the o u t c o m e w h i c h s h o u l d c o m e in p l a c e of t h e question m a r k (?) in each o f t h e g i v e n sets o f s e q u e n c e . f o l l o w .2 1 5 ) : In a c e r t a i n i n s t r u c t i o n system t h e different c o m p u t a t i o n p r o c e s s e s a r e w r i t t e n a s follows:
In e a c h of the f o l l o w i n g q u e s t i o n s . G o v e r n m e n t should p r o v i d e security for all t h e t e m p l e s . S t a t e m e n t : I n d i a n R a i l w a y s a r e a b s o l u t e l y d e p e n d e n t o n g o v e r n m e n t s u b s i d i e s a n d lack c o n c e n t r a tion on t r a n s p o r t a t i o n activities. 1) All follow 2) O n l y I and II follow 3) O n l y II follows 4 ) N o n e follows 5) N o n e of these 210. C o u r s e s o f a c t i o n : I . A u t h o r i t i e s c o n c e r n e d s h o u l d b e informed t o collect a p p l i c a t i o n s f r o m t h e y o u t h . M i s u s e e f w a t e r should b e b a n n e d in t h e s e cities. S t a t e m e n t : State X h a s d e c i d e d to p r o v i d e autoricks h a w s to all u n e m p l o y e d y o u t h of the state in t h e c o m i n g year. An awareness drive should be launched to m a k e the p e o p l e a w a r e o f t h e p r o b l e m . construction. A l t e r n a t i v e m e t h o d s s h o u l d b e e x p l o r e d t o store rainwater. M u n i c i p a l C o r p o r a t i o n s h o u l d seek d i r e c -
t i o n s f r o m t h e local M P s r e g a r d i n g this. policy e t c o n t h e basis o f t h e i n f o r m a t i o n given i n t h e s t a t e m e n t . S t a t e m e n t : S m u g g l i n g o f v a l u a b l e idols has i n c r e a s e d and stealing o f idols from t h e t e m p l e s h a s b e c o m e a c o m m o n feature. You h a v e t o a s s u m e everything in the statement to be t r u e . 1) O n l y II and III follow 2) O n l y I and III follow 3)Allfollow 4 ) N o n e follows 5) None of these 209. 1) All follow 2) O n l y II and III follow 3) O n l y II follows 4) Only III follows 5 ) N o n e o f these 208. 1) O n l y I follows 2) O n l y I and II follow 3) O n l y II a n d III follow 4) All follow 5) None of these 207. C o u r s e s o f A c t i o n : I . R a i l w a y s s h o u l d e x p l o r e n e w areas t o generate r e v e n u e s . III. a set of instruction s e q u e n c e is g i v e n . A c o m m i t t e e should b e constituted to look into t h e matter. III. C o u r s e s of a c t i o n : I.decision t o b e t a k e n for i m p r o v e m e n t . III. then decide which of the t h r e e g i v e n / s u g g e s t e d c o u r s e s o f a c t i o n l o g i c a l l y follow(s) for p u r s u i n g a n d t h e n d e c i d e t h e a n s w e r . II. 1) O n l y I follows 2) O n l y I a n d III follow 3) All follow 4) O n l y I a n d II follow 5) N o n e of these D i r e c t i o n s ( Q . 2 1 1 . h o u s i n g etc to p r i v a t e s e c t o r s . People w h o have been involved in encroachment should be served notice. A special allotment for this provision should be m a d e in t h e b u d g e t of t h e state in the coming year. R a i l w a y s s h o u l d c o n c e n t r a t e on h i v i n g off n o n .
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