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Test-I: Reasoning Ability
1. O, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting in a row facing north. T
sits between S and Q. P is the neighbour of R and O. R
is the neighbour of Q. How many persons are there
between T and P?
1) None 2) One 3) Two
4) Three 5) Cant be determined
2. How many such Bs are there in the following
alphabetical series each of which is immediately
followed by D but not immediately preceded by C?
N D B D B A Z B A C D B D C B D A E D B D C B D
1) One 2) Two 3) Three
4) More than three 5) None of these
3. How many pairs of letters are there in the word
CAPITULATE each of which has as many letters
between them in the word as in the English alphabetical
series?
1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three5) None of these
4. In a certain code language NOVEMBER is written as
ERNYEVNO. How is DECEMBER written in that code
language?
1) XVDEERNY 2) ERNYXVDE 3) EFDFNCED
4) CEDEXVDE 5) None of these
5. Mr Kumar left his home for his office 15 minutes earlier
than his usual time. It takes 10 minutes to reach the
office. He reached the office at 9 : 30 am. At what time
does he usually leave home for the office?
1) 9 : 35 am 2) 9 : 15 am 3) 9 : 30 am
4) Cant be determined 5) None of these
6. Rahul is twentyfirst from the left end in a row of 40
boys, and Prakash is twentyfirst from the right end in
the same row. How many boys are there between them
in the row?
1) One 2) Two 3) Three
4) Data inadequate 5) None of these
7. The mother of Aanchals brother is the only daughter
of Meenas father. How is Aanchal related to Meena?
1) Sister 2) Daughter 3) Mother
4) Granddaughter 5) None of these
8. A starts from his home and goes 2 km straight, then he
turns to his right and goes 1 km. Again, he turns to his
right and goes 2 km. Finally he turns to his left in
south direction and goes 1 km. The first 2 km travelled
by A was towards which direction?
1) East 2) South 3) North
4) Data inadequate 5) None of these
9. Four of the following five are divisible by a certain
number and hence form a group. Which is the one
that does not belong to that group?
1) 98 2) 85 3) 21 4) 49 5) 63
10. What will come next in the given series?
A1 B2 C3 D4 B2 C3 D4 A1 C3 D4 A1 ? ?
1) D4, A1 2) B2, CB 3) B2, D4
4) C3, D4 5) None of these
Directions (Q. 11-15): In these questions, a
relationship between different elements is shown in the
statement(s). The statements are followed by two
1) if only conclusion I is true.
2) if only conclusion II is true.
3) if either conclusion I or II is true.
4) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
5) if both conclusions I and II are true.
11. Statement: J K >P =R <N =S
Conclusions: I. S P II. J >R
12. Statement: Q <R <S T, U =R
Conclusions: I. T =U II. S U
13. Statement: L M N, J =I L
Conclusions: I. J >N II. N =J
14. Statement: A <C <E =F >H J
Conclusions: I. A <F II. J <E
15. Statements: V =W >X =Y, T >Z =X
Conclusions: I. V >Z II. T >W
Directions (Q. 16-20): Study the following information
carefully and answer the given questions:
In a certain code language milk is very tasty is written
as ta la ja sa, tea is black is written as ha ja ka and
sweet milk and tea is written as ha pa sa ra.
16. What is the code for milk?
1) ja 2) la 3) sa
4) pa 5) None of these
17. sweet black tea can be coded as
1) ha ja sa 2) ka ha ra 3) pa ha ra
4) Cant be determined 5) None of these
18. Which of the following is coded as ta?
1) very 2) sweet
3) Either tasty or very 4) black
5) None of these
19. Which of the following is the code for black?
1) ra 2) pa 3) Either sa or ka
4) ka 5) None of these
20. ja is the code for
1) milk 2) and 3) is
4) tasty 5) None of these
PRACTICE SET
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Directions (Q. 21-25): Study the following
arrangement carefully and answer the given questions:
K 2 8 % P #B 3 H \$ G T I A Y E 4 9 L U @ 7 C N
21. If all the symbols are dropped from the above
arrangement, which of the following will be tenth from
the right end?
1) A 2) Y 3) 9 4) G 5) None of these
22. How many such consonants are there in the above
arrangement each of which is not immediately preceded
by a symbol?
1) None 2) One 3) Two
4) Three 5) More than three
23. How many such letters are there in the above
arrangement each of which is immediately followed
by a number?
1) One 2) Two 3) Three
4) None 5) None of these
24. How many such symbols are there in the above
arrangement each of which is not immediately preceded
by a consonant but followed by a vowel?
1) Two 2) Three 3) Four
4) None 5) None of these
25. If all the alphabets in the above arrangement are
arranged in English alphabetical order within the series,
which of the following will be sixteenth from the left?
1) N 2) 3) L 4) K 5) 4
Directions (Q. 26-30): Study the following information
carefully and answer the given questions.
There are three brothers X, Y and Z. All of them work
in the same company. They work in the office at different
times on different days. X works in the office from 12 noon
to 4 pm on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. His younger
brother Y works in the office on Monday, Thursday, Friday
and Sunday from 10 am to 2 pm. The eldest brother works
in the office from 9 am to 12 noon on Monday, Wednesday
and Thursday and between 2 pm and 4 pm on Friday,
Saturday and Sunday.
26. Who among the following works for the maximum
number of days in the office?
1) X 2) Y 3) Z
4) Either Z or Y 5) None of these
27. On which of the following days do the youngest and
the eldest brother work together in the office at the
same time?
1) Friday 2) Monday 3) Thursday
4) Monday and Thursday 5) Friday and Saturday
28. Who among the following work(s) for the minimum
number of days in a week?
1) X 2) Z 3) Y
4) Both X and Y 5) Cant be determined
29. On which of the following days do all three brothers
work together in the office at the same time?
1) None 2) Monday 3) Thursday
4) Sunday 5) Cant be determined
30. For how many days does the youngest brother work
in the office in a week?
1) One 2) Two 3) Three
4) Cant be determined 5) None of these
Directions (Q. 31-35): In each question below are
given two/three statements followed by two conclusions
numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements
to be true even if they seem to be at variance with
commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then
decide which of the given conclusions logically follows
from the given statements, disregarding commonly
known facts. Give answer
1) if only conclusion I follows.
2) if only conclusion II follows.
3) if either conclusion I or II follows.
4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
5) if both conclusions I and II follow.
31. Statements: Some logics are customs.
No custom is duty.
Conclusions: I. Some logics are not duty.
II. All logics being duty is a
possibility.
(32-33):
Statements: All numbers are letters.
Some letters are symbols.
No symbol is a triangle.
32. Conclusions: I. Some letters are triangles.
II. All symbols being numbers is a
possibility.
33. Conclusions: I. All symbols are numbers.
II. Some letters are not triangles.
34. Statements: No page is a book.
Some books are copies.
Conclusions: I. Some copies are not pages.
II. At least some copies are books.
35. Statements: All marbles are stones.
Some stones are gems.
Conclusions: I. All gems being marbles is a
possibility.
II. All stones being marbles is a
possibility.
Directions (Q. 36-40): Study the following information
carefully and answer the given questions.
Eight friends J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are sitting in a
circle facing the centre. K is sitting fourth to the left of J
and is neighbour of P and O. O is sitting fourth to the right
of N and third to the left of L. M is the immediate neighbour
of Q, but not of J.
36. Who among the following is opposite M?
1) P 2) L 3) K 4) N 5) None of these
37. What is the position of J with respect to Q?
1) Third to the left 2) Second to the right
3) Fourth to the left 4) Cant be determined
5) None of these
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38. Who among the following is sitting second to the
right of K?
1) N 2) L 3) M 4) O 5) None of these
39. Which of the following pairs are immediate neighbours
of P?
1) K, L 2) M, K 3) O, L 4) M, O 5) None of these
40. Who among the following is sitting on the immediate
left of M?
1) J 2) O 3) Q
4) Cant be determined 5) None of these
Test-II: English Language
Directions (Q. 41-50): Read the following passage
carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain
words/phrases in the passage are printed in bold to help
you locate them while answering some of the questions.
Irrigation poses the greatest challenge for a farmer
since water availability needs to be there almost throughout
the year. Monsoon failure means fall in yield and farmers
are the direct sufferers when the rains are inadquate.
Especially in a country like India, the unseasonal and
unpredictable weather, especially when it turns into
droughts, forces agriculture scientists and farmers to think
of alternative simple and effective solutions to overcome
the crises, says Dr IS Tomar, Programme Coordinator,
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Indian Council of Agriculture
Research (ICAR) near Rajgarh Naka, Jhabua.
One case study that has been quite popular is use of
discarded plastic saline bottles for irrigation by farmers in
Jhabua district in Madhya Pradesh. Basically a tribal-
dominated dry region, agriculture is the main source of
livelihood for the people there. Maize, blackgram, soyabean,
wheat, and cotton are normally grown.
To enhance income of the farmers of the area, an
attempt was made to introduce improved vegetable
cultivation under National Agricultural Innovation Sub
Project called Integrated Farming System for Sustainable
Rural Livelihood in undulating and rainfed areas.
Mr Ramash Bariya, a small farmer from the village,
started growing vegetables under this project guidance in
a small area. He got a good profit initially and this
encouraged him to start growing some gourd varieties like
bitter and sponge gourds. He prepared a small nursery for
raising the seedlings but faced acute water shortage due
to delayed monsoon.
Worried, he discussed with NAIP project scientists,
who advised him to adopt an innovative irrigation
technique using waste saline bottle.
We wanted to try out this method in the farmers field
since it is quite cheap and effective and farmers who cannot
financially afford big drip systems can try this. But farmers
should realise that it requires labour and patience, says
Dr Tomar.
In this technique, the bottom portion of the bottle is
removed using a sharp knife and the bottle filled with water.
It is hung upside-down from a stake next to the sapling in
the field. The plastic tube with the nozzle is made to touch
the ground near the plant root.
Instead of allowing water to be irrigated through the
channels in the field or pouring it on the crop with a bucket,
water starts dripping on the soil surface making the root
zone wet, thereby supplying moisture continuously to the
crop.
The plastic control knob in the middle of the tube can
be adjusted to control the drip. The farmer purchased about
350 bottles from a waste paper mart and started using them
for his cultivation. His entire family used to help him in
filling the bottles with water.
I have been able to get a net profit of `15,200 from
less than a hectare till date by using this method for my
vegetables, says the farmer.
The state agriculture department conferred an
achievement award on him for adopting this simple yet
effective method to overcome water shortage.
Many others in the surrounding areas have also started
adopting this method for their crops.
According to Dr Tomar, this type of irrigation is quite
popular in African countries like Kenya. Many American
farmers are also using this system to grow their kitchen
gardens.
But in India it is not popular. The reason could be that
it is time-consuming and labour-intensive.
Though today there are several government schemes
and subsidies available to instal a full-fledged drip irrigation
system, the paperwork involved is quite laborious and
delays cultivation work.
41. Which of the following is the characteristic feature of
Indian agriculture? Give your answer in the context of
the passage.
1) Agriculture is amongst the fastest-growing
industries in India.
2) India is amongst the top three global producers of
many crops, including wheat, rice, pulses and
vegetables.
3) Farmers in India largely depend on monsoon.
4) Scientific research and development has reduced
farmers dependence on monsoon.
5) The average size of land holding is very small.
42. Why do agriculture scientists in India carry out
scientific research?
1) To compete with agricultural productivity across
the world
2) To face unseasonal and unpredictable weather in
India
3) To satisfy an urge to help farmers and encourage
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them for more production
4) Due to pressure created by the Central government
5) All the above
43. According to the given passage, which of the
following is true about Jhabua district in Madhya
1) It is a tribal-dominated region.
2) Agriculture is the main source of livelihood of the
people living over there.
3) It is basically a humid region.
4) Only 1) and 2)
5) All 1), 2) and 3)
44. Which of the following is not true about waste saline
water irrigation technique?
1) It is an effective irrigation technique.
2) It is helpful for such farmers as are not financially
strong enough to afford big drip system.
3) It requires a lot of labour and patience.
4) This technique is quite popular in some of the
African countries.
5) None of these
45. What, according to the given passage, is/are the main
hindrance in the way of adopting waste saline water
irrigation technique in India?
1) It is a time-consuming and labour-intensive
technique.
2) Waste saline water bottles are not readily available.
3) This technique is not effective in dry regions.
4) Waste saline water bottles are fragile and brittle.
5) All the above
Directions (Q. 46-48): Choose the word/group of
words which is MOST SIMILAR in meaning to the word/
group of words printed in bold as used in the passage.
46. Overcome
1) vanquish 2) exceed 3) solve
4) break 5) rebut
47. Undulating
1) uprooting 2) bouncing 3) twisted
4) apathetic 5) wavy
1) dismissed 2) costly 3) cheap
4) empty 5) rejected
Directions (Q. 49-50): Choose the word/group of
words which is MOST OPPOSITE in meaning of the word/
group of words printed in bold as used in the passage.
49. Sharp
1) dull 2) blunt 3) flat
4) slow 5) fine
50. Enhance
1) amplify 2) exalt 3) augment
4) diminish 5) enlarge
Directions (Q. 51-55): Read each sentence to find out
whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it.
The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The
number of that part is the answer. If there is No error,
the answer is 5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)
51. 1) Elections in India is similar to the apocryphal story
/ 2) of the elephant whose reality / 3) is variously
misinterpreted / 4) by blind men feeling different parts
of it. / 5) No error
52. 1) If you are caught driving above the speed limit / 2)
you might end up spending six months / 3) in jail rather
than get off / 4) by just paying a small fine. / 5) No
error
53. 1) Known for her immaculate turnout in public, / 2)
Thatchers appointments diary reveals, she had / 3)
her hair style 120 times in 1984, / 4) an average of once
in three days. / 5) No error
54. 1) Snow, high winds and a glacial chill / 2) hit north-
eastern United States as a blast of / 3) brutal wintry
weather bore down / 4) on many states and major cities,
snarling air traffic. / 5) No error
55. 1) The successful launch of Mangalyaan is crucial for
India / 2) as it will be the first step / 3) towards building
rockets / 4) that can carry heavier payloads. / 5) No
error
Directions (Q. 56-60): In the following questions, a
sentence has been given with some of its parts in bold. To
make the sentence grammatically correct, you have to
replace the bold part with the correct alternative given
below. If the sentence is correct as it is, give 5) as your
answer (ie No correction required).
56. The banks provide safe deposit lockers to the
customers which hire them on a lease basis.
1) that hire them 2) who hire them 3) who hire it
4) which hire it 5) No correction required
57. In order to ensuring that banks are not used by the
money launderers, the RBI has issued KYC guidelines.
1) ensure 2) assure 3) insure
4) be ensured 5) No correction required
58. Payments for purchases can be made by cash, cheques
or cards.
1) done by cash 2) made through cash
3) made in cash 4) performed with cash
5) No correction required
59. The vacancy was filled by Shushma who the chairman
said ought to be promoted.
1) filled with Shushma whom
2) filled from Shushma whom
3) filled up with Shushma who
4) filled by Shushma to whom
5) No correction required
60. The year 2013 has seen women coming out of their
shell to protest against the injustice meted at them or
fellow women.
1) meted at her 2) meted by them
3) meted over them 4) meted out to them
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5) No correction required
Directions (Q. 61-65): In each question below is given
a sentence with four words printed in bold type. These are
numbered as 1), 2), 3) and 4). One of these four words
printed in bold may be either wrongly spelt or inappropriate
in the context of the sentence. Find out the word which is
wrongly spelt or inappropriate, if any. The number of that
word is your answer. If all the words printed in bold are
correctly spelt and also appropriate in the context of the
sentence, mark 5), ie All correct, as your answer.
61. In the 9th Ministerial Conference of World Trade
Organization convened in Bali from3-6 December 2013,
1)
India took a principled position for ensuring that
2)
livelihoods of subsistence farmers are safeguard and
3) 4)
the concern of food security of millions of poor across
the developing world protected. All correct
5)
62. To understand the power of intellectual globalism in
1) 2)
India, we have to pay little attention to a diagnosis of
3) 4)
Tagore. All correct
5)
63. The reason may be Indias remarkable heterogeneity,
1)
or its persistent give-and-take across the borders
2)
stretching over many millennia. All correct
3) 4) 5)
64. Despite the enormity of her win virtually destroying
1)
the Congress in Rajasthan by noching up 162 out of
2)
199 seats for BJP Raje declines to discuss why her
vanquished rival and former chief minister Ashok Gehlot
3)
fell from grace so spectacularly. All correct
4) 5)
65. Petronet LNG limited has signed a long-term Time
Charter Agreement with a consortium led by NYK of
1)
Japan to hire a fourth LNG sheep which will haul the
2) 3)
fuel from Gorgon in Australia to Petronets terminal at
4)
Kochi in Kerala for a period of 19 years. All correct
5)
Directions (Q. 66-70): Rearrange the following six
sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper
sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer
the questions given below.
(A) This led to customer-oriented mergers and
acquisitions, corporate agencies, strategic
alliances, business partnerships etc.
(B) The firms are now attempting to cross-sell the
products to fulfil the customer needs and create a
win-win situation.
(C) Marketing has seen great changes in its journey
to todays times.
(D) Thus, in modern times the marketing concepts
have undergone great change and become more
complex.
(E) In modern marketing, the focus has shifted from
existing products to products the customer may
expect from the firm.
(F) It has also redefined the corporate goals, mission
and vision and the total attitude of the firms.
66. Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence
after rearrangement?
1) A 2) B 3) C 4) D 5) E
67. Which of the following will be the SECOND sentence
after rearrangement?
1) E 2) C 3) B 4) F 5) A
68. Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence
after rearrangement?
1) B 2) E 3) D 4) A 5) C
69. Which of the following will be the FOURTH sentence
after rearrangement?
1) C 2) F 3) A 4) E 5) B
70. Which of the following will be the LAST (SIXTH)
sentence after rearrangement?
1) F 2) B 3) E 4) C 5) D
Directions (Q. 71-80): In the following passage, some
of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated
by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given
against each number and fill up the blanks with
appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningfully
complete.
Rapidly growing cities in India have increased the
demand for natural resources and (71) public services,
including water supply. But (72) existing infrastructure is
outdated and in desperate need of repair, where, according
to the World Bank, about half the water supplied for
domestic consumption is lost (73) internal leakages or theft.
Other issues such as intermittent water supply (74)
lack of water metering and, more importantly, loss of water
(75) from unmetered supply, often (76) as free supply, are
increasing.
There is thus a growing need to (77) safe water on a
continuous basis for all as a human right. (78) over 90 per
cent of urban households in India have (79) to water supply
services, this access is often not equal, not (80) and not
safe.
71. 1) primary 2) basic 3) useful
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4) natural 5) fundamental
72. 1) again 2) when 3) non-
4) an 5) the
73. 1) after 2) through 3) in
4) with 5) by
74. 1) without 2) against 3) and
4) with 5) for
75. 1) arising 2) coming 3) generating
4) causing 5) created
76. 1) taken 2) declared 3) given
4) known 5) camouflaged
77. 1) channelise 2) avail 3) bring
4) provide 5) manage
78. 1) But 2) Why 3) Whilst
4) When 5) Then
79. 1) knowledge 2) problem 3) access
4) reach 5) excess
80. 1) sustainable 2) confirmed 3) supported
4) assisted 5) granted
Test-III: Quantitative Aptitude
Directions (Q. 81-100): What should come in place
of question mark (?) in the following questions?
81. 73340 1632 +163 =?
1) 202 2) 204 3) 206 4) 208 5) 210
82. 78432 49007 +31628 12545 =?
1) 48124 2) 48508 3) 47318 4) 47906 5) 45448
83.
?
+1365 =78% of 1850
1) 6084 2) 5776 3) 5476 4) 5184 5) 4624
84. 0.045 1.2 84 =?
1) 2.4 2) 3.0 3) 3.15 4) 3.45 5) 3.75
85. 943.28 193.16 +216.08 84.75 =?
1) 878.15 2) 881.45 3) 882.25 4) 883.75 5) 884.05
86. 1596 16 38 =?
1) 576 2) 608 3) 672 4) 704 5) 736
87. 7.56 0.28 =?% of 135
1) 16 2) 20 3) 24 4) 30 5) 36
88. 46% of 765 +34% of 345 =?
1) 443.2 2) 454.6 3) 461.8 4) 469.2 5) 472.5
89. 65% of 1350 +72% of ? =1417.5
1) 540 2) 650 3) 750 4) 850 5) 775
90. 35% of 1300 ? =45% of 980
1) 14 2) 196 3) 169 4) 144 5) 296
91. 83752 +31705 ? =49015
1) 66442 2) 64462 3) 66244 4) 66224 5) 64642
92. 43 +
?
+86 =158
1) 441 2) 529 3) 625 4) 729 5) 841
93. 75 4.8 3.2 =?
1) 110.25 2) 112.5 3) 114.75 4) 116.25 5) 117.5
94.
7
2
of
13
5
of 6916 =? 5
1) 146 2) 148 3) 152 4) 154 5) 156
95. 40% of 175 =
?
+36
1) 1936 2) 1764 3) 1444 4) 1296 5) 1156
96.
? 6859 2197
3 3

1) 247 2) 234 3) 221 4) 208 5) None of these
97.
4225 44 . 38
=?
1) 465 2) 372 3) 403 4) 434 5) 527
98.
? 13406 5780
5
3
13
1) 64304 2) 65202 3) 66408 4) 67312 5) 68404
99. 703 1.9 =?% of 2960
1) 10 2) 12.5 3) 15 4) 17.5 5) 20
100.
7
2
of
8
1
of
9
5
of 12096 =?% of 1600
1) 10 2) 12.5 3) 15 4) 17.5 5) 20
101. What is the difference between a discount of 39% on
`15400 and two successive discounts of 24% and 15%
on the same amount?
1) `542.8 2) `548.6 3) `552.2
4) `554.4 5) None of these
102. What value should come in place of question mark (?)
in the following number series?
52, 58, 83, 145, 268, 482, ?
1) 804 2) 812 3) 817 4) 823 5) 827
103. A shopkeeper marks his items 48% more than the real
price and allows 25% discount to customers. What is
his profit percentage?
1) 11% 2) 15% 3) 17% 4) 21% 5) 23%
104. What sum of money will yield `309.6 as interest at the
rate of 8% pa in 6 years?
1) `625 2) `635 3) `645
4) `655 5) `675
105. If (58)
2
is added to the square of a number, the answer
thus obtained is 12200. What is the number?
1) 92 2) 94 3) 96 4) 98 5) 102
106. What value should come in place of question mark (?)
in the given question?
162
?
?
72

1) 102 2) 104 3) 106 4) 108 5) 112
107. The breadth of a rectangular park is
7
3
of its length. If
the perimeter of the park is 140 metres, what is its
area?
1) 861 sq m 2) 1127 sq m 3) 1029 sq m
4) 1081 sq m 5) 987 sq m
108. A person bought 15 kg of rice at the rate of `34 per kg
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and 30 kg of rice at the rate of `27 per kg. He mixed the
two types of rice and sold the mixture at the rate of `32
per kg. What is his gain per cent? (Answer in
approximate value)
1) 7% 2) 9% 3) 11% 4) 13% 5) 15%
109. In an examination, a candidate must get 65% marks to
pass. If a candidate scores 303 marks and is declared
failed by 35 marks, then what is the maximum marks?
1) 450 2) 480 3) 520 4) 550 5) 580
110. A dealer bought an item at 25% discount on its original
price and sold it at 20% increase on the original price.
What is his percentage profit?
1) 45% 2) 50% 3) 60%
4) 75% 5) None of these
111. The difference between the present age of A and of B
is 32 years. If 6 years ago their ages were in the ratio of
3 : 1, then what is the present age of B?
1) 22 years 2) 24 years 3) 28 years
4) 30 years 5) 32 years
112. A certain number of men can do a piece of work in 40
days. If there had been 8 men more it could have been
finished in 5 days less. Find the number of men.
1) 48 men 2) 56 men 3) 60 men 4) 64 men 5) 72 men
113. The compound interest on a certain sum at the rate of
5% pa for 2 years is `287. What is the sum?
1) `2100 2) `2400 3) `2800
4) `3000 5) `3200
114. A tank is normally filled in 9 hours, but takes 3 hours
longer to fill it because of a leak. If the tank is full, then
how long will the leak take to empty the tank?
1) 15 hours 2) 21 hours 3) 27 hours
4) 36 hours 5) None of these
115. What is the average of the following set of scores?
347, 481, 516, 669, 723, 814, 923
1) 579 2) 597 3) 613 4) 639 5) 647
116. In how many different ways can the letters of the word
POLICE be arranged?
1) 6 2) 36 3) 720 4) 120 5) None of these
117. When 32 is added to 64% of a number, the result is
25% of 576. What is the number?
1) 175 2) 225 3) 250 4) 275 5) None of these
118. The cost of a cricket bat after 16% discount is `1134.
What is the cost of the bat before discount?
1) `1250 2) `1300 3) `1350 4) `1400 5) `1450
119. An amount was distributed among A, B and C in the
ratio of 7 : 11 : 16. If A received `4986 less than C, then
what was the share of B?
1) `3878 2) `6094 3) `7212 4) `8416 5) `8864
120. A person spent 40% of his monthly salary on house
rent and 30% of the remaining amount on food. If the
person is left with `3591 then what is his monthly
salary?
1) `8250 2) `8350 3) `8450 4) `8550 5) `8650
Test-IV: General Awareness
(with Special Reference to Banking Industry)
121. India is considering buying as well as co-producing
15 ShinMaywa US-2 amphibious patrol aircraft from
which of the following countries?
1) US 2) Russia 3) Israel
4) Japan 5) Sweden
122. The worlds largest 4,000-MW ultra mega solar power
project will be set up in which of the following states?
Six public sector undertakings under three central
ministries have signed MoU for it recently.
3) Uttarakhand 4) Himachal Pradesh
5) None of these
123. Which of the following state govts has launched a
new pension scheme dubbed as Samajwadi Pension
Yojna, which will cover about 40 lakh poorest of the
poor in the state? Each beneficiary under the scheme
will receive `500 per month.
1) Uttar Pradesh 2) Bihar 3) Haryana
4) Punjab 5) Tamil Nadu
124. Which of the following terms is not related to banking/
finance?
1) Debenture 2) Black box 3) Zero coupons
4) Face value 5) Actuaries
125. The RBI increased the MSF rate to 8 per cent in its
recent quarterly policy review. What does the letter
S denote in the term MSF?
1) Standing 2) Statutory 3) Subsidy
4) Subscription 5) Standard
126. Name the author of the book titled Vanity Bagh. He
won The Hindu Prize for best fiction of 2013 for this
novel.
1) Amish Tripathi 2) Anees Salim 3) Supriya Dravid
127. The govt notified which of the following communities
as the national minority recently?
1) Jain 2) Buddhist 3) Parsi
4) Wahabi 5) None of these
128. Who among the following won the womens singles
title of the Australia Open tennis tournament recently?
1) Li Na 2) Serena Williams
3) Ana Ivanovic 4) Dominika Cibulkova
5) None of these
129. The permanent account number (PAN), which is an
alphanumeric number allotted by the income tax
department to taxpayers, consists of how many digits?
1) Seven digits 2) Eight digits 3) Nine digits
4) Ten digits 5) Eleven digits
130. The service tax exemption has been extended to which
of the following services in the interim budget for 2014-
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15 presented in the Lok Sabha recently?
1) Storage and warehousing of rice
2) Blood banks
3) Insurance broking agencies
4) All the above
5) Only 1) and 2)
131. The Govt has appointed who among the following as
the new chief of the Hyderabad-based National Police
Academy? It is the alma mater for IPS officers in the
country.
1) Letika Saran 2) K Vijay Kumar
3) Subhas Goswami 4) Aruna Bahuguna
5) None of these
132. Laimdota Straujuma has become the first woman Prime
Minister of which of the following countries recently?
1) Latvia 2) Eretria 3) Slovakia
4) Slovenia 5) Serbia
133. Who among the following has taken over as the new
Chairman of the National Dairy Development Board
(NDDB) recently?
1) Amrita Patel 2) T Nanda Kumar
3) Vipul Chaudhary 4) MGVK Bhanu
5) None of these
134. As announced by the finance minister in the interim
budget for 2014-15, the Govt will provide what amount
for capital infusion in state run banks in 2014-15?
1) `80 bn 2) `92 bn 3) `108 bn
4) `112 bn 5) `125 bn
135. In the interim budget for 2014-15, presented in the
Parliament recently, the fiscal deficit has been pegged
at what per cent of the GDP for the financial year 2013-
14?
1) 4.6 per cent 2) 4.9 per cent 3) 5.6 per cent
4) 5.9 per cent 5) 6.6 per cent
136. Which of the following cities hosted the annual two-
day conference of central and state statistical
organisations recently?
1) Panjim 2) Kolkata 3) Chennai
4) Hyderabad 5) New Delhi
137. The National Voters Day is celebrated every year on
which of the following dates in India?
1) 21 Jan 2) 22 Jan 3) 23 Jan 4) 24 Jan 5) 25 Jan
138. Akhilesh Das Gupta was unanimously re-elected as
President of which of the following sports bodies in
the country recently?
1) Badminton Association of India (BAI)
2) Indian Olympic Association (IOA)
3) All India Football Federation (AIFF)
4) Archery Association of India (AAI)
5) None of these
139. Currently, the aggregate foreign investment (FDI, FII
and NRI) limit for public sector banks (PSBs) is
1) 20 per cent 2) 24 per cent 3) 49 per cent
4) 74 per cent 5) None of these
140. What amount has been allocated by the govt in the
interim budget for 2014-15 for interest subsidy for all
education loans availed up to 31-03-2009?
1) `2,000 cr 2) `2,200 cr 3) `2,600 cr
4) `2,900 cr 5) `3,200 cr
141. India is ranked at which of the following places out of
178 countries in the 2014 Environmental Performance
Index (EPI) issued by Yale University recently?
Switzerland tops the 2014 EPI.
1) 72nd 2) 73rd 3) 77th 4) 118th 5) 155th
142. Who among the following has become the first woman
to be inducted in the International Cricket Councils
(ICCs) umpires panel recently?
1) Katrina Keenan 2) Haidee Tiffen
3) Kathy Cross 4) Emily Drum
5) None of these
143. The countrys first monorail service commenced its
operations in which of the following cities recently?
1) Jaipur 2) Bangalore 3) Bhopal
4) Mumbai 5) None of these
144. Which of the following regulators regulates credit
rating agencies in India?
1) Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
2) Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
3) Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority
(IRDA)
4) Forward Markets Commission (FMC)
5) None of these
145. Finance minister unveiled a 10-point agenda that
would help make India the third largest economy by
2043. Currently, the size of Indian economy is the
______ largest in the world in nominal GDP terms.
1) 5th 2) 7th 3) 9th 4) 11th 5) 12th
146. Which of the following social networking sites
completed 10 years in operation on 4 Feb 2014?
4) Orkut 5) None of these
147. The Union govt launched Meghraj project recently.
This project is related to which of the following?
1) Cloud computing
2) Mother and child tracking
3) Weather forecasting
4) Artificial rain
5) None of these
148. The govt has approved increase in the fair and
remunerative price (FRP) for sugarcane by 10 rupees
per quintal for 2014-15. What is the new FRP per quintal
for sugarcane for the current sugar year?
1) `220 2) `225 3) `210 4) `270 5) `282
149. Star series banknotes issued by the RBI refer to which
of the following?
1) Banknotes issued to track black money
2) Banknotes used to replace those with defective
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printing
3) Banknotes issued for a short period
4) Plastic notes
5) None of these
150. Which of the following instruments is NOT a
negotiable instrument?
1) Banknote 2) Promissory note
3) Bill of exchange 4) Cheque
5) Demand draft
151. The govt has announced to extend the visa-on-arrival
facility to all countries except eight with effect from
Sep 2014. Which of the following countries has/have
not been covered under this facility?
1) Iraq 2) Sri Lanka 3) Afghanistan
4) Pakistan 5) All the above
152. Which of the following automobile manufacturers
launched a new car Celerio, a hatchback with
revolutionary automatic manual transmission facility
at the 12th India Auto Expo recently?
1) Tata Motors 2) Maruti Suzuki 3) Honda
4) Renault 5) None of these
153. As per the recent estimates of the Planning
Commission, which of the following states had the
highest number of poor people (5.98 crore) living below
poverty line in 2011-12?
1) West Bengal 2) Maharashtra
154. The Reserve Bank of India has removed the interest
rate cap on loans given by microfinance institutions
(MFIs) effective from 1 Apr and such lenders will now
be able to charge interest rate based on their borrowing
cost. What was the earlier cap for interest rate?
1) 18 per cent 2) 22 per cent 3) 24 per cent
4) 26 per cent 5) 28 per cent
155. Through which of the following do banks ensure that
money from illegal sources do not come to them?
1) CIBIL record 2) Know Your Customer (KYC)
3) Core banking 4) NEFT
5) None of these
156. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has permitted some
non-bank entities to set up white-label ATMs in India.
Which of the following is/are among them?
1) Tata Communications Payment Solutions
2) Vakrangee
3) Muthoot Finance
4) Prizm Payment Services
5) All the above
157. Who among the following has been elected as the
new Prime Minister of Nepal recently?
1) KP Sharma Oli 2) Ram Chandra Poudel
3) Jhala Nath Khanal 4) Sushil Koirala
5) None of these
158. Which of the following states has become the first in
the country to achieve 100 per cent sanitation in rural
and urban households, schools, sanitary complexes
1) Uttarakhand 2) Manipur 3) Kerala
4) Goa 5) Sikkim
159. 2014 Winter Olympics were held in Sochi, Russia
recently. 2018 Winter Olympics are scheduled to take
place in which of the following countries?
1) Pyeongchang, South Korea
2) Turin, Italy
3) Salt Lake City, United States
4) Chamonix, France
5) None of these
160. Indias indigenous aircraft Sitara, whose development
is in advanced stages of certification, is a/an
1) Intermediate Jet Trainer
2) Light Combat Aircraft
3) Transport Aircraft
4) Advanced Jet Trainer
5) None of these
Test-V: Computer Knowledge
161. Microsoft Office is
1) Shareware
2) Public-domain software
3) Open-source software
4) A vertical market application
5) An application suite
162. How many options does a binary choice offer?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) It depends on the amount of memory on the
computer.
5) It depends on the speed of the computers
processor.
163. Which of the following is used for broadband
communications?
1) Cable modem 2) DSL modem
3) Satellite modem 4) All the above
5) None of these
164. ________ a document means the file is transferred
from your computer to another computer.
2) Really simple syndication
3) Accessing
165. The desktop contains small graphics called
1) windows 2) logos 3) icons
4) pictures 5) None of these
166. A specialised network device that determines the next
network point to which it can forward a data packet
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towards the destination of the packet is commonly
known as
1) bridge 2) router 3) switch
4) hub 5) repeater
167. Personal logs or journal entries posted on the web are
known as
1) web casts 2) blogs
3) list serv 4) subject directories
5) registry
168. In an OS ________ feature allows a single computer
to process the task of several users at different stations
in round-robin fashion.
1) multiprocessing 2) multitasking
3) time-sharing 4) multiprogramming
5) time processing
169. When computer is booted ________ are loaded into
main memory.
1) utility programs
2) word processing instructions
3) software instructions
4) internal command instructions
5) external command instructions
170. Which key is used in combination with another key to
perform a specific task?
1) Function 2) Control 3) Arrow
4) Space bar 5) None of these
171. ________ provides platform for other softwares to
run on.
1) System software 2) Operating system
3) Application software 4) Software package
5) None of these
172. ________ layer exists between session layer and
network layer in OSI model.
1) Presentation 2) Data link 3) Transport
4) Application 5) Physical
173. Two or more computers connected to each other for
sharing information form a
1) network 2) router 3) server
4) tunnel 5) pipeline
174. Errors in a computer program are referred to as
1) bugs 2) mistakes
3) item overlooked 4) blunders
5) None of these
175. Extension of a Word file in MS-Office 2007 is
1) .doc 2) .docx 3) .docxs
4) All the above 5) None of these
176. The most common input devices include
1) monitor and keyboard 2) monitor and mouse
3) mouse and keyboard 4) printer and mouse
5) None of these
177. Plotter, Speakers and Monitor are examples of
1) input devices 2) processing units
3) output devices 4) utilities
5) storage units
178. The process of a computer transferring information
into the server on the Internet is called
179. Communication between a computer and a CPU uses
________ transmission mode.
1) automatic 2) simplex 3) half-duplex
4) full-duplex 5) None of these
180. ISDN is an acronym for
1) Integrated Standard Digital Network
2) Intelligent Services Digital Network
3) Integrated Services Digital Network
4) Integrated Services Data Network
5) None of these
181. To modify the structure of a created table, which SQL
command is used?
1) change 2) alter 3) update
4) modify 5) None of these
182. ________ can be used to send an e-mail to a large
group at one time.
1) Group 2) Alias 3) Mail server
4) Listserv 5) Remote server
183. UTP and STP are the types of which cable?
1) Fibre-optic cable 2) Co-axial cable
3) Twisted pair cable 4) Wired medium
5) None of these
184. What is Outlook Express?
1) Scheduler 2) E-mail Client 3) Address Book
4) All the above 5) None of these
185. Off-line operation is the operation of devices without
the control of
1) ALU 2) control unit 3) processor
4) memory 5) CPU
186. A device that prints one line at a time is known as
1) line printer 2) chain printer
3) drum printer 4) Any of the above
5) None of these
187. The basic goal of a computer process is to convert
data into
1) information 2) tables 3) files
4) graphs 5) None of these
188. A disk on which you store information is
1) plate 2) data disk 3) paper disk
4) TV disk 5) None of these
189. Internal memory in a CPU is nothing but
1) a set of registers 2) a set of ALU
3) a microprocessor 4) a BUS
5) None of these
190. What type of port sends data one bit at a time?
1) Serial 2) Parallel 3) USB
4) FireWire 5) None of these
191. The connection between a multimedia presentation
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and a file containing a song to be played is called a
1) link 2) chain 3) pointer
4) tie 5) None of these
192. A ________ is a design tool that shows the overall
flow of a multimedia presentation.
1) link 2) graphical map 3) storyboard
4) Gantt chart 5) None of these
193. When we purchase a product on a mobile phone, the
transaction is called
1) Web Commerce 2) E-Commerce
3) M-Commerce 4) Mobile Purchases
5) None of these
194. What is the name given to the standard set of rules
that two computers use to communicate with each
other?
1) Access Control 2) Domain
5) TCP/IP
195. Computer-aided design (CAD) software can do all of
the following except
1) designing and creating a Web page.
2) allowing engineers to build virtual models.
3) allowing engineers to create automated designs and
model visualisations.
4) work in conjunction with global positioning
systems (GPS).
5) None of these
196. ________ is a method of storing data on two or more
hard drives that work in combination to do the job of
a larger drive.
1) DAID 2) RAID 3) Shadowing
4) Casting 5) MiniSD
197. Algorithm and Flow Chart help us
1) know the memory capacity.
2) identify the base of a number system.
3) direct the output to a printer.
4) specify the problem completely and clearly.
5) None of these
198. Which of the following shortcut keys is used to check
spelling ?
1) F1 2) F2 3) F7
4) F9 5) None of these
199. When did arch rivals IBM and Apple Computers Inc
decide to join hands?
1) 1978 2) 1991 3) 1984
4) 1985 5) None of these
200. Word processing, spreadsheet and photo-editing are
examples of
1) application software
2) system software
3) operating system software
4) platform software
5) None of these
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1. 3; There are two possibilities:
2. 3; DBD, DBD, DBD
3. 4;

4. 2;
5. 1; Mr Kumar left his home at 9 : 30
0 : 10 =9 : 20 am. Hence, 9 : 20 amis 15
minutes earlier than his usual time. So, 9 : 20
+15 =9 : 35 am. Hence, Mr Kumar leaves
his home daily at 9 : 35 am.
6. 5; Rahul is 21st from left end, hence from
right end he is (40 21 +1) =20th
Prakash is 21st from right. Hence there is
no boy between them in the row.
7. 2;
Hence, Aanchal is daughter of Meena.
8. 1;
9. 2; Except 85 all are divisible by 7.
10. 3; A1 B2 C3 D4 / B2 C3 D4 A1 / C3 D4
A1 B2 / D4
11. 2;
Thus, P <S is true. Hence, conclusion (S P)
does not follow.
Again, J >R is true. Hence, conclusion II is
true.
12. 4;
Given statements: Q <R <S T ... (i)
U =R ... (ii)
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Combining both statements, we get
Q <U =R <S T
Again, U <S or S >U is true. But conclusion
(S U) does not follow.
Thus, we cant compare U and T. Hence,
neither conclusion I nor II is true.
13. 4; Statements: L M N ... (i)
J =I L ... (ii)
Combining both statements, we get
J =I L M N
Thus, we cant compare J and N. Hence,
conclusion I and II are not true.
14. 5; Statement:
Thus, A <F is true. Again, E >J or J <E is
true.
Hence, both conclusions I and II are true.
15. 1; Statements: V =W >X =Y ... (i)
T >Z =X ... (ii)
Combining both statements, we get
Now, we cant compare W and T. But, V >Z
is true. Hence, conclusion I is true.
(16-20):
milk is very tasty ta la ja sa ... (i)
tea is black ha ja ka ... (ii)
sweet milk and tea ha pa sa ra ... (iii)
From (i) and (ii) is ja ... (iv)
From (i) and (iii) milk sa ... (v)
From (i), (iv) and (v) very/tasty
ta/la ... (vi)
From (ii) and (iii),
tea ha ... (vii)
From (ii), (iv) and (vii)
black ka ... (viii)
From (iii), (v) and (vii)
sweet/and pa/ra ... (ix)
16. 3 17. 2 18. 3 19. 4 20. 3
21. 1; New arrangement
22. 5; 3H, GT, AY, 9L, 7C, and CN
23. 2; K2 and B3
24. 4
25. 1; New arrangement:
A 2 8 % B #C 3 E \$ G H I K L N 4 9 P
T @ 7 U Y
Hence, sixteenth from the left is N.
(26-30):
Day
Time Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
9 to 10 Z Z Z
10 to 12 YZ Z YZ Y Y
12 to 2 Y X XY Y XY
2 to 4 X X Z Z XZ
26. 3 27. 4 28. 1 29. 1
30. 5; Four days
31. 1; Some logics are customs (I ) +No
customis duty (E) =I +E =O =Some logics
are not duty. Hence conclusion I follows, but
II does not follow.
? =
135
100 27
=20
88. 4; ? =
100
345 34
100
765 46

=351.9 +117.3 =469.2
89. 3; 65% of 1350 +72% of ? =1417.5
or,
5 . 1417
100
? 72
100
1350 65

or,
540 5 . 877 5 . 1417
100
? 72

or, ? =
72
100 54
=750
90. 2; 35% of 1300 ? =45% of 980
or,
100
980 45

100
1300 35
= ?
or, 455 441 = ?
or, ? =14
? =14 14 =196
91. 1; ? =83752 +31705 49015 =66442
92. 5; ? =158 86 43 =29
or, ? =(29)
2
=841
93. 2; ? =
2 . 3
8 . 4 75
=112.5
94. 3; ? 5 =
13 7
6916 5 2

=760
or, ? =
5
760
=152
95. 5; ? =
36
100
175 40
=70 36 =34
or, ? =(34)
2
=1156
96. 1; ? =
3 3
6859 2197 =13 19 =247
97. 3; ? = 4425 44 . 38 =6.2 65 =403
98. 2; ? =
13406 5780
5
68

=78608 13406 =65202
99. 2;
100
2960 ?
=703 1.9 =370
or, ? =
2960
100 370
=12.5
100. 3;
9 8 7
12096 5 2
100
1600 ?

=240
or, ? =
16
240
=15
101. 4; 39% of 15400 =`6006
Successive discounts are 24% and 15%.
24% of 14500 =15400
100
24
=`3696
Remaining amount =15400 3696
=11704
Again, 15% of 11704 =11704
100
15
=`1755.6
Total discount =3696 +1755.6 =5451.6
Difference =6006 5451.6 =`554.4
102. 4; The series is +2
3
2, +3
3
2, +4
3
2,
+5
3
2, ...
103. 1; Let the cost price be `x
Marked price =`
100
x 148
32. 2; Some letters are symbols (I ) +No
symbol is a triangle (E) =I +E =O =Some
letters are not triangles. Hence, conclusion I
does not follow. First and second statements
are positive statements. Hence, the
possibility in I I exists. Thus conclusion I I
follows.
33. 2; All numbers are letters (A) +Some
letters are symbols (I ) = A + I = No
conclusion. Hence, conclusion I does not
follow.
Again, Some letters are symbols (I ) +No
symbol is a triangle (E) =I +E =O =Some
letters are not triangles. Hence, conclusion
II follows.
34. 5; No page is a book (E) +Some books
are copies (I) =E +I =O* =Some copies are
not pages. Hence, conclusion I follows.
Again, Some books are copies conversion
Some copies are books. Hence, conclusion
II follows.
35. 5; There are no negative statements.
Hence, both conclusions I and II follow.
(36-40):
36. 2 37. 5; I mmediate left
38. 2 39. 1 40. 3
41. 3 42. 2 43. 4 44. 5 45. 1
46. 3 47. 5 48. 5 49. 2 50. 4
51. 1; Replace is with are
52. 3; Replace get with getting
53. 3; Replace style with styled
54. 2; Insert the after hit
55. 5 56. 2 57. 1 58. 3 59. 5
60. 4
61. 4; safeguarded
62. 3; a little
63. 5
64. 2; notching
65. 2; ship
(66-70): CEAFBD
66. 3 67. 1 68. 4 69. 2 70. 5
71. 2 72. 5 73. 2 74. 4 75. 1
76. 5 77. 4 78. 3 79. 3 80. 1
81. 4; ? =
163
1632
73440

=45 +163 =208
82. 2; ? =78432 49007 +31628 12545
=110060 61552 =48508
83. 1; ? =
1365
100
1850 78
=1443 1365 =78
? =(78)
2
=6084
84. 3; ? =
84
2 . 1
045 . 0

=0.0375 84 =3.15
85. 2; ? =943.28 193.16 +216.08 84.75
=1159.36 277.91 =881.45
86. 3; ? =
38
16 1596
=672
87. 2;
100
135 ?
=7.56 0.28 =27
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And SP =
100
75
100
x 148

= `
x
100
111
Profit % =
100
x
x x
100
111

=
% 11 100
x
1
100
x 11

104. 3; According to the question,
309.6 =
100
6 8 P
P =
48
30960
=`645
105. 2; Let the number be x.
Then, (58)
2
+(x)
2
=12200
or, x
2
=12200 3364 =8836
x = 8836 =94
106. 4; (?)
2
=72 162 =9 8 81 2
=81 16 9
or, ? =9 4 3 =108
107. 3; Let its length be x m.
7
x 3
m
Perimeter of the rectangular park =2(l +b)
=
140
7
x 3
x 2

or,
7
x 10
=70
x =49mand breadth =
7
x 3
=21m
Area =49 21 =1029 sq m
108. 2; Cost price =15 34 +30 27
=510 +810 =`1320
SP =45 32 =`1440
Profit % =
100
1320
) 1320 1440 (

=
132
1200
=9.090 9%
109. 3; Let the maximum marks be x.
Then, x
100
65
=303 +35 =338
or, x =
65
100 338
=520
110. 3; Let the original price be `100.
So the cost price =`75 and the selling price
=`120.
Profit % =
100
75
) 75 120 (

=
75
4500
=60
111. 1; Let the present age of A and B be x
years and y years respectively.
Then, x y =32 ... (i)
Now, 6 years ago,
1
3
6 y
6 x

or, x 6 =3y 18
or, x 3y =12 ... (ii)
Solving eqn (i) and (ii), we get
x =54 years, y =22 years
112. 2; Let the total number of men be x.
Then one mans 1 days work =
x 40
1
If there were 8 more men
then, one mans one days work =
) 8 x ( 35
1

Now, 35(x +8) =40x
or, 35x +280 =40x
x =
5
280
=56
113. 3; Let the sumbe `x.
Then, 287 =x
2
100
105

x

P
100
r
1 P CI
or, 287 =
400
x 41
x
400
x 441

x =
400
41
287

=`2800
114. 4; Let the leak empty the tank in x
hours.
So, in one hour the tank will fill
9
1

x
1
=
x 9
9 x
part.
So, the tank will be filled in
9 x
x 9
hours.
Again,
9 x
x 9
=9 +3 =12
or, 12x 108 =9x or, 3x =108
x =36 hours
115. 4;
Average
=
7
923 814 723 669 516 481 347
=
7
4473
=639
116. 3; Number of ways =6! =720
117. 1; Let the number be x.
Then, x
100
64
+32 =
100
25
576
=144
or,
100
x 64
=144 32 =112
or, x =
64
100 112
=175
118. 3; Let the cost of the bat be `x.
Then, x
100
16 x
=1134
or,
1134
100
x 84

x =
84
100 1134
=`1350
119. 2; Let the share of A, B and C be 7x,
11x and 16x respectively.
Then, 16x 7x =4986
or, 9x =4986 or, x =554
So, the share of B =11x
=11 554 =`6094
120. 4; Let his monthly salary be `x.
He spent 40% on rent.
So x
100
40
=`
10
x 4
So the remaining amount =x
10
x 4
=
10
x 6
=`
5
x 3
30% of the remaining salary is spent on food,
Then,
100
30
5
x 3

=`
50
x 9
Remaining amount =
50
x 9

5
x 3
=`
50
x 21
Now,
3591
50
x 21

x =
21
50 3591
=`8550
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196. 2; RAID (Redundant Arrays of Inde-
pendent Disks) is a method of storing data
on two or more hard drives that work in
combination to do the job of a larger drive.
Although RAID can be used to increase per-
formance, it is most often used to protect
critical data on a storage server.
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