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Directions for Questions from 1 to 5:


Study the tables of the Indian foreign trade given below to answer the questions.

1. Given that the weight (%) of Petroleum crude and products in the total imports of India is 26.70, 27.87, and 30.87 in the years 2003-04, 2004-05,
and 2005-06 respectively. What is the ratio of yearly difference in the export of Petroleum Products and import of Petroleum crude and products, in
dollar terms, in the year 2005-06 versus 2004-05?

j 1.36
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j 1.38
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j 1.46
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j 1.48
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j None of the above
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2. Growth of trade imbalance (exports less imports) in dollar terms in the year 2005-06 as compared
to the previous year was:

j 39.77
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j 41.85
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j 91.24
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j 95.98
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j none of these
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3. In the year 2005-06 the commodity which witnessed maximum growth in exports (in Indian Rupees) as compared to the year 2004-05 is

j petroleum products
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j project goods
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j ores & minerals
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j sports goods
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j None of the above
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4. In the two year period from 2004-05 to 2005-06, the average growth in import (in Indian Rupees) of which commodity to India was maximum?

j bulk imports
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j pearls, precious and semi-precious stones
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j machinery
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j project goods
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j others
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5. The three commodities which had highest export growth rate in the year 2004-05 as compared
to the previous year, arranged in descending order of growth rates are

j petroleum products, ores and minerals, engineering goods


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j ores and minerals, gems and jewellery, chemicals and related products
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j gems and jewellery, chemicals and related products, agri and allied products
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j ores and minerals, chemicals and related products, agri and allied products
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j ores and minerals, engineering goods, chemicals and related products
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Directions for Questions from 6 to 10:


PV and GV are two friends; one day, they went to a place, where they saw two lights red and green flashing at regular intervals. At that time, both
PV and GV has an equal number of candies with them. Intelligent PV observed those lights and asked GV to play a game with him. The game was;
GV would give a candy to PV, if the red light flashed, and PV would give1 candy to GV, if green flashed and both of them would eat 1 candy each in
case the both lights flashed together.

Answer the following questions.

6. According to PV’s calculations, if they played for 1 hour, PV would 30 candies from G.V without losing
any of his candies. But a good man named Deepak, the operator of those lights noticed that PV was
cheating. After 30 minutes of their play, he decided to help to GV and stopped the switch of red light
immediately. How much minimum time he had to stop the light so the GV did not lose any of his
candies to PV in that 1 hour? (It is given that the red light flashed 2 times per minute).

j 10 min
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j 12 min
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j 15 min
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j 19 min
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j 20 min
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7. If red light flashed twice as fast as green light, how many candies they had to eat when both lights
flashed together such that PV had less than half of his initial candies and had no candies left?

j 1
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j 2
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j 3
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j 4
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j None
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8. The red light flashed 3 times per minute, whereas the green light flashed 2 times per minute. If both PV
and GV ate 2 candies each in the same time when both the lights flashed, how many more candies
would GV have than those with PV?

j 50% more than PV


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j 100% more than PV
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j 150% more than PV
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j 200% more than PV
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j 300% more than PV
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9. If after 1 hour’s play, GV was left with half of the candies that he initially had and PV had the same
number of candies that he had in the beginning, Which of the following numbers could be the total
number of candies that both of them had in the beginning?

j 140
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j 240
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j 340
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j 100
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j 150
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10. If after 1 hour’s play, PV had 60 more candies than GV had and the red light flashed 3 times per
minute, how many times did both the lights flash together in one hour?

j 15
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j 20
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j 25
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j 10
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j 30
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