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**In a certain code, ‘BASIC’ is written as ‘DDULE’. How is ‘LEADER’ written in that code?
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Write down numberical value of BASIC : 2,1,19,9,3 Now see DDULE : 4,4,21,12,5 thus we can see that once it is increase by 2, and then by 3, and so on. In same manner, LEADER : 12,5,1,4,5,18 so it should be : 14,8,4,6,8,20 which is : NHDFHT

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One year ago, a mother was 4 times older to her son. After 6 years, her age becomes more than double her son’s age by 5 years. The present ratio of their age will be

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Let the age of son = X Mother's age = 4X 4X+ 7=2(X+7)+5 4X-2X=19-7 2X = 12 or X = 6 so present age of Mother and Son : 25 : 7 answer

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There are six persons A, B, C, D, E and F. C is the sister of F. B is the brother of E’s husband. D is the father of A and grandfather of F. There are two fathers, three brothers and a mother in the group. Who is E's husband?

It seems that E and A are a couple. A and B are Brothers and they are sons of D. A is also father of C & f. So answer is A.

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Fabric X has to go through three stages of manufacturing viz spinning, weaving and dyeing. In Anil Textiles company, there are six spinning machines, ten weaving machines and five dying machines. Each machine works for 10 hrs a day. One unit of Fabric X needs 40 minutes on a spinning machine 2 hours on a weaving machine and 30 minutes on a dyeing machine in order to be completed. Similarly one unit of Fabric Y needs 60 minutes on a spinning machine 30 minutes on a weaving machine and 60 minutes on a dyeing machine in order to be completed. In a day, how many units of Fabrie Y can be completed at most?

Spin : (6 * 10 ) /1 = 60 unit Weav : (10*10) / .5 = 200 units Dye : (5*10)/ 1= 50 thus 50 units (the least) of fabric Y can be made in a day. Ans.

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In a class, 50 students play Cricket, 20 students play Football and 10 play both Cricket and Football. How many play atleast one of these two games? – 80, 50, 10, 60

50 (includes 10) -10 = 40 20 (includes 10)-10= 10 + 10 (who play both the games) =60 students who play at least one of these games.

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A bottle is full of Milk. one-third of it is taken out and then an equal amount of water is poured into the bottle to fill it. This operatoin is done four times. Find the final ratio of milk and water in the bottle.

1/3rd is taken out so left out is 66%. Initially milk is 100% then it is 66% (1st ) then it is : 66*66% = 43.56 (2nd ) now again rd 43.56*66% =28.74% (3 time), again : 28.74*66% = 18.97% (4th time). Thus milk and water are : 19:81 answer

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In a tournament Indian Hockey team plays 2 matches each with West Indies and Australia. The probability of getting 0, 1 and 2 points (India) is 0.45, 0.05 and 0.50 respectively. Assuming outcomes are independent what is the probability of India getting at least 07 point?

India will get 7 points if it wins 3 matches and draws 1 match. India will get 8 points if it wins all 4 matches. The probability of getting 8 points : .5*.5*.5*.5 (all wins) = . 0625 probability of getting 7 points :(3 win+1 draw) (.5*.5*.5*.05) +(.5*.5*.05*.5 )+ (.5*.05*.5*.5 )+( .05*.5*.5*.5) = .03 thus total probabilty (add probability for 7 point and 8 point) = .0925

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A company produces two types of shirts – Men’s shirts and Women’s shirts. The profit margin in men’s shirt is 8%, while overall profit markign is 6%. The women’s shirt comprise 60% of total output. What is the average profit per sales rupee in women’s shirt?

Let us suppose that 100 units are produced, out of which 60 are Woman(WS) and 40 are Man (MS). Total profit is 6. 8% of 40 or 3.2 is contributed by MS, so (6-3.2) = 2.8 is contributed by WS which is 4.7% answer

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The probability of solving a questions by three persons who are working independently on it is 1/3, 1/4 and 1/5, then what is the probability that questions can’t be solved is

Question cant be solved by 1st : 2/3, by 2nd : ¾ rd and by 3 : 4/5 thus none can solve : 2/3 * 3/4* 4/5 = 2/5 answer

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A,B,C speak one statement true and one false. A says to B : “I am a thief.” 2. “You are a Doctor.” B: “Yes, I am a doctor” “C is a thief.” C adds : 1. “ I am a theif.” “B is a Doctor.” Who is theif ?

Let us suppose A's 1st statemet is right, 2nd statement is wrong. Thus B's 1st statement is false and 2nd right. C's 2nd statement is false, thus 1st is correct. Here there are two theifs – A and C. If we assume A's 2nd statement to be correct, then A is not a theif, and no one is a theif. Thus either no one is theif or A+C both are theives. Logically , NO ONE is theif here.

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A had to buy some nuts. He buys half the nuts required. He takes them and his son steals half of these. Out of remaining, his daughter steals half. Now when A is fired by his boss that he had brought exactly 70 less than what was required. What is the ratio of nuts brought and to be brought?

Suppose he buys 24 nuts instead of 48. his son takes away 12 and his daughter takes away 6 out of the remaining. He finally has 42 less than required. Thus original requirements : 70/42* 48 = 80 thus ratio is : 1:8 answer (you may assume any numbers but answer will be same).

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A,B,C each deposit Rs. 1000 in a partnership. Out of this A takes away half of his capital after 6 months, B takes away 25% of capital 4 months before the year end. And C doubled his money after 3 months. Out of profit of 82000 how much will A get?

A _ (6*1000) + (6*500) = 9000 B= (8*1000) + (750*4) = 11000 c = (3*1000) + (9*2000) = 21000 their profit sharing ratio : 9:11:21 A will get : 9/(9+11+21) * 82000 = 18000 answer.

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Who is Noble peace prize winner for 2009?

Barak Obama

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Who won booker award in 2009?

Hilary Mantel

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Who is the president of United Nations ?

Dr. Ali Abdussalam Treki

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How many seats did congress win in the last national election?

206 out of UPA 259 seats out of total 543

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Who won the filmfare award for best film in 2008?

53rd filmfare award for best movie : tare zemeen pe

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Who won the US open (female) in Tennis?

Justine Henin

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**Name the books written by Chetan Bhagat ?
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5 point someone one night at call centre 3 mistakes of my life 2 states – a story of my marriage

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Name the MD of IMF?

Dominique Strauss-Kahn

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WHO IS GOVERNOR OF RBI ?

Dr. D. Subbarao

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WHO IS THE DIRECTOR OF 3 IDIOTS?

RAJKUMAR HIRANI

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WHO WON THE DATASAHEB PHALKE AWARD 2008?

cinematographer V K Murthy

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NAME AUTOBIOGRAPHIES OF INDIAN CRICKETER GAVASKAR ?

Sunny Days : Sunil Gavaskar

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**HOW MANY CENTURIES HAVE BEEN HIT BY TENDULKAR ?
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45 IN ONE DAY 46 TEST MATCHES (46TH AGAINST BANGLADESH ON 21 DECEMBER 2009)

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**Which of these is correct ?
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a. Having completed his lunch, a dog bit Mohan, who went to market. b. Having completed his lunch, Mohan went to market, where he was bite by a dog. c. Having completed his lunch, Mohan went to market, where he was bitten by a dog. Answer : C.

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**Which of these is correct?
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1. although he worked very hard, but he has failed. 2. although he had worked hard, yet he had been failed. 3. although he worked very hard, yet he failed. Answer : 3

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**Which of these is correct?
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1. He reached station before the train had reached 2. he had reached the station, where train had reached after him. 3. he had reached the station before the train. Answer : 3.

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Fill in the blank :

**I prefer tea _____ coffee options : from, then, than, to, on ANSWER : TO
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**Arrange the following in proper order :
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a) if she ate a monkey's heart b)One day, she pretended to be very ill and told the crocodile that c)If her husband wanted to save her life d)the doctor said that she would only recover e)he must bring her his friend's heart answer : B – D – A – C – E

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**Rearrange the following to make a meaningful paragraph:
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a)The blow was so heavy that his mind almost gave way, and b) if you could only find them out, and that the fewer the world contained the better. c)So every evening he married a fresh wife and had her strangled the following morning before the grand-vizir, d) he declared that he was quite sure that at bottom all women were as wicked as the sultana, e) whose duty it was to provide these unhappy brides for the Sultan. f) ANSWER :

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Ram and Shyam had equal money, which they deposited in two different banks. One got 10% simple interest, but the other got 5% half yearly compounding interest. At the end of 2 years, their amounts had difference of Rs. 10, what was the original amount deposited by them?

Let us suppose they deposited 100 each. First person will get : 100+10+10 = 120 2nd person will get : 100 + 5 + 5.25 + 5.5125 + 5.79 or 5.80 = 121.56 the difference is 1.56, if difference is 10, the principal should be : 10/1.56* 100 = 600 by each approx.

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A shopkeeper uses weight of 900 grams instead of 1000 grams (1kg) while selling. He sells at his cost + 10%, what is his actual profit in %?

He sells 900 grams when he is charging for 1000 grams. Suppose he purchased 900 for Rs. 900. His cost is 900, but he is charging for 1000 + 10% = 1100 his profit is 200 on 900, or 200/900 *1000 = 22.2% answer

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A circle (of maximum size possible) is inserted inside a squre. How much of the area of square is still left out of total area in %?

Let us suppose that the side of square is 14. area of square is 14*14 = 196 area of circle : 22/7*7*7 = 154 area left : 196-154 = 42 in % = 42/196 *100 = 21% approx. Answer you can assume any value instead of 14 and try to work out the %, the answer will be the same.

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Out of the following chart, please, tell how many female students got between 50 - 60% in PGPSE ?

> 6 05 0 - 6 <0 5 0 t o m a le 1 8 18 f e m a le 2 30 20

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We can see that 12 girls got more than 60% marks. 40 – 12 – 2 = 26 got between 50 to 60%. answer

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**Based on the data given below, find out sale of Raju TV store.
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1990 was the first year, when Raju TV sold 100 TV. Every person who buys TV buys again after 4 years. Raju sells 400, 600, 800 TV in 94, 98, 99 respectively. There was no new customer in 2000, but the sale was simple average of sale of 1990 and 1994. How many TV did Raju TV sold in 1996.

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solution....

Average of 1990 and 1994 = 250 no new customer in 2000, so 250 TV will be sold as repeat customers. Thus sale in 1996 = 250 TV.

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Ram, Ajay and Ravi (3 friends) are experts in three games – cricket, hockey and golf. One of these live in Delhi, and other two live in Mumbai. The person who lives in Delhi doesnt like Golf. Hockey player lives in Mumbai. The person whose name is smallest is also the best player of Golf. Ajay daily goes to his friend's home. Ravi has to visit Mumbai twice a year. Who plays cricket?

Ajay lives in Mumbai (he cant be Delhi, as he daily visits his friend). The person who lives in Delhi doesnt like Golf, he also cant play Hockey (Hockey player is in Mumbai), so that persn plays Cricket. So the person who lives in Delhi plays criciket. Ravi visits Mumbai,so he lives in Delhi. Ravi plays Cricket.

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Nanu's maternal grand father, and maternal grand mother both are doctors. His father is Engineer, but his mother is Professor. A is elder to C, but Younger to B. D is wife of A. E is husband of B. The eldest person is a male but he is neither A nor Nanu. Out of two ladies, the elder is Doctor and younger is professor. Who is Engineer. Which statement is redudant?

A is engineer (as he is the second male in hierarchy). The last statement : out of two ladies, the elder is doctor and younger is professor, is redudant – as it is not required).

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**118, 66, 252, 137 ....
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Look at the series, you find that 66 has been computed from 118 as under : 1^3+1^3+8^2 = 66, similarly 6^3 + 6^2 = 252 so : 137 = 1^3 + 3^3 +7^2 = 77 answer

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What will come next :;;; 1,8,27,64... so on???

1^3 = 1, 2^3 = 8, 3^3 = 27, 4^3 = 64, 5^3 = 125, thus answer is 125.

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A went to buy 2 shirts and 1 trousers. He carried Rs. 1000 with him (just sufficient) . The ratio of prices of shirt and trouser is : 7:6. however, he purchased 2 trousers and 1 shirt and returned back with Rs. 50 also. What will he pay, if he buys 2 shirts and 3 trousers?

2 Shirt + 1 Trousers = 1000 1 shirt + 2 trousers = 950 1 shirt – 1 trousers = 50, Now from 1st equation: 2 trousers + 1 trousers + Rs. 100 = 900 thus 1 trousers = 300 and 1 shirt = 350. he will spend 700+900 = 1600 answer.

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X has to organise his lecture plan. He has to teach entrepreneurship, Planning, Finance, and Law on 4 days and one day is for IT. IT must be before Law, but Planning should not be on the 1st day. Finance and IT must be on any of the last 3 days. Prepare complete schedule.

Solution: Last day : law, 2nd last IT, 3rd last : Finance, 4th last : Plannning; the first day : Entrepreneurship. It is better to solve the last day first in this types of questions. Answer.

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A,B,C,D are working on a project with different names. W is not A, B is not Y or Z. D and E have no relation to C and W Who is A?

Answer cannot be determined / data inadequate

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There are two numbers whose HCF and LCM are 8 and 25, what are those numbers?

No such numbers are possible as LCM 25 is not divisible by 8, LCM is always divisible by HCF. Answer

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Mayank Bothra wants to bring tiles for his room. His room's size is 28 feet by 20 feet. What should the size of square tile, so that minimum number of tiles are used?

Find HCF of 28 and 20. The HCF is 4, so the size of tile should be 4 feet by 4 feet. The total number of tiles required will be : (28*20)/(4*4) = 35 tiles answer

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A monkey is trying to climb a Date tree. He climbs 4 feet in 2 minutes, but in the next 1 minute, he slips by 3 feet. When will he reach at the top of this Date tree which is 36 feet high?

Actually he travels 1 feet in 3 minutes. He has to travel (36-4) = 32 feet, which will take 32*3 = 96 minutes. Then in the next 2 minutes he will be at the top of the tree. Thus he will take 98 minutes in all.

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**Mayank Bothra buys apples @ 4 for Rs. 3 and sells them @ 3 for Rs. 4. what is his profitability?
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There are two important numbers 3 and 4, so let us take LCM of 3 and 4, this is 12. let us assume Mayank got 12 apples. He had to pay 9 to buy 12 apples. Now he goes to sell them, he gets Rs. 16 when he sells them. His profit is (16-9) – 7, so his profitability is 7/9 *100 = 77.77% answer

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Naresh Jain makes payment to a shopkeeper. By mistake the shopkeeper reveses the digits of the amount to be paid and takes Rs. 54 more than what was required. What was the actual payment due?

Hit and try for this type of question. Try for 39 and 93. 93-39 = 54. The shopkeeper has taken 93 instead of 39. So the amount due was 39. answer

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A and B run opposite to an elevator. The ratio of the speed of elevator, A and B is : 1:6:3 Elevator is going up, but A and B are coming down. A takes 1 minute and B takes 2.5 minutes to come down. How much time will they take if elevator was not moving?

If elevator is not moving, they will take less time. Look at the speed ratios. A will take 1/6 time less – so he will take 60 seconds – 10 seconds= 50 seconds and B will take 1/3 time less, so he will take : 150 seconds – (150*1/3) = = 100 seconds. Answer. 2.5 minutes = 150 seconds

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Ajay has to pay to Mayank Rs. 1100 after 1 year. What should he pay now and settle the accounts? Rate of interest is 10%

We have to find the present value of 1100 formula of present value is (Amount * 100)/ (100 + rate of interest * no. Of years) = (1100 *100) / (100 +100) = 1000

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A, B,C, & D start a game. In the beginning all of them had equal amount. The winner has to collect half the amount of all other players. In the first round C wins. In the 2nd round B wins and in the 3rd round B again wins. At this time, their scores are : A : 50, B : 1250, C : 250 D : ? What was the score of each of these in the beginning ?

The score of D should be equal to that of A = 50. Now add the score of all of these, we get 1600. Thus each of these should have score of 1600/4 = 400 answer

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A thief steels a necklace and runs @ 10 Km per hour at 3 pm. After 18 minutes, a policeman starts chasing him @ 15 km per hour. Whenwill the thief be caught?

At the speed of 10, the thief would have run 10 *18/60 = 3 Km. So policeman has to chase him for this distance to start : 3 / (15-10) * 1/60 =

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Mayank Bothra wants to get his room coloured. His room is 10 Ft by 20 Ft. Assuming that colouring costs Rs. 100 per sq. ft., how much will Mayank pay (for four walls), height of walls is 10 feet?

The side towards length : 20*10 = 200 the side towards width : 10*10 = 100 total 4 walls (200*2+100*2 )=600 ft. Total payment : 600*100=Rs. 60000 ans.

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Rishi has put his icecream in a rectangular bowl of 10*20 inch with depth of 5 inch. Now he wants to make a round ball out of this. What will be the diameter of this ball?

Total quantity of icecream = 10*20*5 = 1000 cubic inch volume of sphere : = 4/3*pi*radius^3 = 4/3 22/7*r*r*r = 1000 r= cubic root of (21000/88) r= 6.5 approx. Or diameter= 13 inch approx. Answer

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In a typcial coding exercise, a person says that RAM= 32, and SITA= 49, what will be KRISHNA In that code?

RAM = R= 18, A=1, M = 13 so adding these RAM = 32 SITA, S=19, I=9, T=20,A=1 Adding these we get 49, so KRISHNA should be : K=11,R=18,I=9,S=19,H=8,N=14,A=1 TOTAL = 80 ANSWER

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If Earth:Moon, and Sun:mercury, what should be X: Titan

The Moon rotates round the Earth, Mercury rotates round the Sun, Titan rotates round the Saturn. So X = Saturn.

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Rishi has a white cube of 5 inch dimensions. He cuts it to make smaller cubes of 1 inch each. Before this he dips the cube to colour one of its dimension as red. Now how many cubes will have red as a colour on one side?

The cube is cut into dimension of 1 inch each. Thus (5*5*5)/(1*1*1) = 125 thus we have now total 125 small cubes. Out of these 125, 25 cubes are such which have one dimension as red.

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A group leader puts his group in rows and columns. He finds that the number of rows and columns are equal. He finds that 20 more persons have to come. If he puts these 20 persons, there is one more complete row or one more column. What is the number of persons in his group?

It is clear that there are 20 rows and 20 columns, so total number of persons is 400. add 20 more persons to it, you get : 20*20 = 400 + 20 = 420 answer

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Mayank has some money in his pocket. He gives me half of this. Now he spends 75% of the remaining on purchasing a shoe. He then realises that he has to buy a T shirt also. So he spends 80% of the remaining on a T-shirt. He is now thirsty and so spends 20% on a mineral water bottle. He is left with Rs. 40. How much did he have in the beginning?

Start from last, multiply each value by 100/ (100-what % is spent) : 40*100/80 = 50 50*100/20 = 250 250*100/25 = 1000 1000*100/50 = 2000 thus he had 2000 in the beginning

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Mayank Bothra has prepared a software, which puts the letters in alphabetic order, but one at a time in 1 second. How much time will the software take to put T I G E R in ascending or descending order?

TIGER first of all E will be put in the beginning then G will be put after E. Then I will be put after G and then R will be put before T. Total time : 4 seconds. In descending order : 1 second only (as only R has to be put after T)

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What is BODMAS?

B= BRACKET O = OF D=DIVISION M=MULTIPLY A = ADDITION S=SUBTRACT apply these in this sequence only. So 9+9/9-2*1of (2-3*1/3) = 9+1-2= 8

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Which is bigger :

12/13 14/16 16/19 23/29 let us compare 12/13 and 14/16, logically 12/13 should be bigger (gap between 13 and 12 is only 1). still : cross multiply : 12*16 and 13*14 , which is bigger? = 12*16 is bigger so 12/13 is bigger. Similarly we have to compare all the values and find the biggest number.

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**What will come next in the series : ANW, DKT, GFQ, ....?
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The series is : A – D – G so next digit should be : J (gap of + 2) next series is : N-K-F so next : Y (increasing gap -2,-4,-6) next series : W-T-Q = N (gap of -2) so answer : JYN answer

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A goes from X to Y at 10 am and will reach at 12 and B goes from Y to X at 9 and will reach at 12. when will they cross each other?

A travels for 2hours, B for 3 hours. Let us assume that the distance is (2*3) = 6 KM. A travels @ 3 KM per hour and B @ 2 km per hour. At 9 B starts, till 10 he covers 2 KM. Now gap between A and B is 4 Km. Divide 4 by (2+3) = 4/5 = .8 , so they will meet at 10 + (.8 * 60) = 48 minutes. So They wil meet at 10 + 48 min. Ans

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A puts an item at 10% discount, before doing this he had actually increased the marked price by 10%, what is the change in his revenue?

Let us assume that the earlier marked price is 100. add 10% = 110, now A reduces it by 10% (10% discount on marked price) so he gets 110-11 = 99 thus there is 1% reduction in his revenue or (10% * 10% = 1%)

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A takes up 2 types of rice – one at 10 per kg and another at 50 per kg, how should he mix these to get a profit of 20% when he sells them @ 30 per KG?

Sale price is 30, so cost should be 30*100/120 = 25 in order to get the ratio of mixture, let us deduct 25 from 10 and 50, we get : 15 and 25, now reverse these ratio : 25:15 or 5:3, thus rice of the rate 10 should be 5/(5+3) = 5/8 and rice of rate 50 should be 3/8 or their ratio should be 5:3 answer.

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A and B are partners and share profit in the capital ratio of 3:2, however, A withdraws his half of the money after 5 months, and B doubles his money after 8 months, what is the final profit sharing ratio?

For first six months, the capitals are in the ratio of 3:2, but now there is some change. A withdraws 1.5 and after 2 more months, B adds 2 more. Thus (3*6months + 1.5*6months) : (2*8 months + 4*4months) 27: 32 answer

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A:B = 2:3, C:D = 3:4, B:D = 3:2, what is A:C?

In A:B and B:D, we have B common, so A:B:D = 2:3:2 We know that C:D is 3:4, so keep the value of D as 4, thus new ratio is : A:B:C:D = 4:6:3:4 thus A:C = 4:3 answer

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A can complete a work in 20 days and B can do the same work in 30 days. Both work together for 1 day and get 500 as total amount, how should this money be divided between A and B? A: B should be 30:20 (reverse of 20:30 – the number of days taken by them in doing the work). Thus A should get : 300 and B 200 answer.

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A,B,C start a work together. A can do it alone in 20, B in 30 and C in 40 days, in how many days will they finish the work?

A's one day work : 1/20, B's one day's work : 1/30 and C's one day's work : 1/40, add them : 1/20 + 1/30 + 1/40 (6+4+3)/120 = 13/120 , now reverse it : 120/13 = 9.2 days or 10 days approx.

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There are 720 students in an examination, out of them, 1/3rd fail in English, 1/4th fail in Mathematics, 1/8th fail in both the paper. How many dont fail in any paper?

Out of 720, 240 fail in English, and 180 fail in Mathematics and 90 fail in both the paper. Thus the total number of students who have failed in either paper : 240+180 – 90 = 330 thus the students who have not failed in any paper is : 720 – 330 = 390 answer

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**Kapil is 4 from top and 106 from bottom. How many students are there in total ?
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There are three students before Kapil, 105 below him and he himself so : 3+105+1 = 109 or 4+106 – 1 = 109 answer

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A and B have salary in the ratio of 10:11, but their savings are in the ratio : 3:7, but now their salaries increase by 100% each. If earlier their total savings was Rs. 2100, what is their new savings, if they dont change their expenditure and they spend equal amounts? Their total savings : 2100, so A saves 3/10 *2100 = 630 and B saves : 7/10 * 2100 = 1470 difference of their savings is : 840, so A should earn 840 *10 = 8400 and spend (8400-630) = 7770 and B should earn 9240 and save (9240-1470) = 7770. thus their new incomes are : 16800 and 18480 and new savings are : (16800 – 7770) = 9030 and (18480-7770) = 10710 answer

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A and B run a race and A gives B a start of 100 meters in 1000 meter race, still A wins by 1 second or 1 meters. What is the ratio of their speeds?

B takes 1 second to cover 1 meters, so his speed is 3600 meters per KM or 3.6 km per hour. He has actually run 900 meters only. He should take 900/3600*60 = 15 minutes A has run 1000 meters in 14 minutes and 59 seconds. So his speed is 40 KM per hour approx. Thus the ratio of their speed is 40:36 or 10:9 answer

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What is 10% of 30% of 1500?

30% of 1500 = 450 now 10% of 450 = 45 so answer is 45

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**Which is more 3^1/3 or 4^1/4?
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Let us take the two powers : 1/3 and 1/4, let us now get same powers. LCM of 3,4 is 12, so let us multiply them by 4/4 and 3/3, we get : 4/12 and 3/12. we can now solve the numerator powers : so answer is : 81^1/12 and 64^1/12 now we can see that 81^1/12 is bigger, so the answer is 3^1/3 is bigger than 4^1/4

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Ravi sees a photo and says that “this is the photo of younger son of the brother of the grandson of the father of the brother of the mother of my sister”, whose photo was it? This is the photo of nephew of Ravi (son of Ravi's cousin) answer In order to solve such questions, start from last, and try to solve each relationship in simple terms or prepare a tree diagram from these statements. For example, : brother of the mother of my sister = maternal uncle – so similarly replace all these sentences.

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