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  c c c    Aptitude Questions 1. In a class composed of x girls and y boys what part of the class is composed of girls A. and 4 qt.4 (Ans.1 C.^ is defined by the equation x ^ y = 2x + y.0 B.16 B. .24 C.what is the value of a in 2 ^ a = a ^ 3 A.30 D.B) .x/xy C.y/xy (Ans. What is the maximum number of half-pint bottles of cream that can be filled with a 4-gallon can of cream(2 pt.y/(x + y) B.If the operation.64 (Ans.=1 gal) A.C) 2.-1 D.=1 qt.x/(x + y) D.D) 3.

grade to 1 part of a 24p.3 C. 20 C.Brown can paint a house in 6 days while Mr.If the mixture is changed to 1 part of the 33p. A company contracts to paint 3 houses.60 D.Rs.7 have studied Latin.B) 7. 3D/(M2-3M) (Ans.4 D.Brown goes on .5 (Ans. D.B) 6.100 (Ans.How many minutes should be spent on mathematics problems A. A coffee shop blends 2 kinds of coffee.How many of these studied both Latin and Greek A. In a group of 15.00 (Ans. a gm.1/2 C. D) 11.72 C. MD/3 C.C) 8. If a and b are positive integers and (a-b)/3.How many games must the team have won in a row to attain this average? A. A) 9. M men agree to purchase a gift for Rs. There are 200 questions on a 3 hr examination. 30 (Ans.90 B.Rs.0 B.Among these questions are 50 mathematics problems.It is suggested that twice as much time be spent on each maths problem as for each other question.Rs.2 (Ans. If three men drop out how much more will each have to contribute towards the purchase of the gift/ A. C) 10.1/4 B. In june a baseball team that played 60 games had won 30% of its game played. to 2 parts of the less expensive grade. D/(M-3) B.then (2w)2 = A.5 = 4/7. If 13 = 13w/(1-w) . a gm. .1 D. After 8 days Mr. a gm. 8 have studied Greek. then (A) b < a (B) b > a (C) b = a (D) b >= a (Ans.36 B. Mr.putting in 2 parts of a 33p.00 C.4.how much will the shop save in blending 100 gms. A.00 D.C) 5.8.1. and 3 have not studied either. 12 B.Rs. M/(D-3) D. After a phenomenal winning streak this team raised its average to 50% .Blue 12 days. 24 D.Black would take 8 days and Mr.3.

12 (Ans. 11 D. 4 green shoes. 60 (Ans. When he went to bed he saw the thicker one is twice the length of the thinner one. By what percentage should it be increased to make it 100% (Ans: 42. How many days will it take Mr. The thicker one lasts of six hours. Ans: Cannot be determined. If M/N = 6/5. If one draw randomly a shoe what is the probability of getting a red shoe (Ans 5c1/ 9c1) 15. 8 C. 8 (Ans.58 D. The price of a product is reduced by 30% . A circle is inscribed inside the square. 2 D. How long ago did Ramesh light the two candles .60 and a profit of 10% over selling price is earned (Ans: Rs 66/-) 16. Black begins to work for a period of 6 days. 7 B. 40 C. There are 5 red shoes. The average speed of the freight train was? A. If 9x-3y=12 and 3x-5y=7 then 6x-2y = ? A. 1/2 of boys go to canteen . There is a square of side 6cm .857%) 18.then 3M+2N = ? 21.vacation and Mr. then 2p+q= ? . 17. The thinner 2 hours less than the thicker one.What factor and total number of classmates go to canteen. 11/14 ) 19. If p/q = 5/4 . There are two candles of equal lengths and of different thickness. (Ans. 20.Blue to complete the contract? A. 1/3 of girls . D) 14. Ramesh lights the two candles at the same time.-5 B. 30 B. After travelling 4 hrs the passenger train overtakes the freight train. 4 C. B) 13. What is the selling price of a car? If the cost of the car is Rs. Find the ratio of the area of circle to square. 2 hours after a freight train leaves Delhi a passenger train leaves the same station travelling in the same direction at an average speed of 16 km/hr.C) 12. Ans: 3 hours.

1/8. Perimeter of front wheel =30.for a full days work. If the total distance of a journey is 120 km .22. If front wheel revolves 240 times. There are 6 red shoes & 4 green shoes . A worker is paid Rs.1/3. How many equilateral triangles of side 1 inch can be formed from it? (Ans: 9) 31.3/4 days in a week. (Ans : 15% ) 26. the front wheel gets 10 revolutions more than the back wheel . He works 1. (Ans: 1:2 ) 23. If the value of x lies between 0 & 1 which of the following is the largest? (a) x b) x2 (c) ±x (d) 1/x (Ans : (d) ) 28.If one goes by 60 kmph and comes back at 40kmph what is the average speed during the journey? Ans: 48kmph 29. back wheel = 20. An equilateral triangle of sides 3 inch each is given. If A/B = 3/5.Out of these 20% are Bombey students. If PQRST is a parallelogram what it the ratio of triangle PQS & parallelogram PQRST .50 ) 27. Find the total percentage of Bombay? (Ans: 6%) 30.then 15A = ? (Ans : 9B) 32.By what percentage does the area increase? (Ans : 300%) 33.20/. we add 5 lts of pure water. Each side of a rectangle is increased by 100% . The cost of an item is Rs 12. How many revolutions will the back wheel take? Ans: 360 times . What is the total amount paid for that worker ? (Ans : 57.) 24. front wheel = 7 feet on a certain distance. What is % alcohol. If the profit is 10% over selling price what is the selling price ? (Ans: Rs 13.What is the distance? Ans : 315 feet 34. Perimeter of the back wheel = 9 feet.60. If two of red shoes are drawn what is the probability of getting red shoes (Ans: 6c2/10c2) 25. A school has 30% students from Maharashtra . To 15 lts of water containing 20% alcohol.86/.2/3.

15 are below 50 years of age. In how many years both the cities will have same population? (Ans: 130 years) 37.b.15 b)50. in a class. How many different dancing groups can be formed with 2 boys and 3 girls. 40. What percentage of the mixture of solution (Ans: 36%) 36. then what is the speed of the stream ? (a) 13 km/hr (b) 26 km/hr (c) 34 km/hr (d) none of these (Ans. except 18 all are above 50 years. There are 12 boys and 15 girls.30.90/kg. decreasing at a rate of 80 people per year. What is the ratio of area of inner to outer circle? Ans: 1 : 2 42. If a boat is moving in upstream with velocity of 14 km/hr and goes downstream with a velocity of 40 km/hr.15. How much time will it take for the two cars to meet? (Ans: 3/2 hours) 38. If he buys which of the following number of stamps he won't able to buy 3 paise stamps. There are two circles.c costs Rs. given that the quntities of band c are equal a)70.35.25 c)60. Two cars are 15 kms apart.20 d)40.20. A person wants to buy 3 paise and 5 paise stamps costing exactly one rupee. one circle is inscribed and another circle is circumscribed over a square.How many kgs of each should be blended to produce 100 kg of mixture worth Rs. How many people are there (a) 30 (b) 33 (c) 36 (d) none of these. (Ans. City A's population is 68000. Three types of tea the a. City B having population 42000 is increasing at a rate of 120 people per year. (d)) 44.30 (Ans. 95/kg. One is turning at a speed of 50kmph and the other at 40kmph . Ans: 9 39. 20% of a 6 litre solution and 60% of 4 litre solution are mixed. (b)) 43.100/kg and70/kg respectively. A) .25. Which of the following fractions is less than 1/3 (a) 22/62 (b) 15/46 (c) 2/3 (d) 1 (Ans: (b)) 41.

312 (d) 0. How many men .45. B can work three times faster than the A. If a man buys 1 lt of milk for Rs. Pipe A can fill a tank in 30 mins and Pipe B can fill it in 28 mins.0. they earn 25% profit.75 * 0. A man buys 12 lts of liquid which contains 20% of the liquid and the rest is water. Find the value of ( 0.0.75 . the number is divided by 7. B) 47.15.01) (a) 0. He then mixes it with 10 lts of another mixture with 30% of liquid. Find (7x + 4y ) / (x-2y) if x/2y = 3/2 ? (a) 6 (b) 8 (c) 7 (d) data insufficient (Ans. C) 50. (a) 40% (b) 55% (c) 35% (d) 30% (Ans. If they now give 10% discount then what is the profit percentage. then what is the percentage of gain? 52. during the return journey increased speed 12km/hr takes the times 5 hrs. D) 54. If on an item a company gives 25% discount. B) 48. Instead of multiplying a number by 7.If 3/4th of the tank is filled by Pipe B alone and both are opened.75 * 0. What is the percentage of error obtained ? 49. A can have a piece of work done in 8 days.001 (Ans.001 ) / ( 0.What is the distancetravelled (a) 210 kms (b) 30 kms (c) 20 kms (c) none of these (Ans. A) 46.75 * 0. A certain number of men can finish a piece of work in 10 days.75 . If however there were 10 men less it will take 10 days more for the work to be finished. How many days will they take to do the work together ? (a) 3 days (b) 8/9 days (c) 4 days (d) can't say (Ans. C can work five times faster than A. A car travels a certain distance taking 7 hrs in forward journey.845 (b) 1.075 + 0.12 and mixes it with 20% water and sells it for Rs.908 (c) 2.What is the % of water in the new mixture? 51. how much time is required by both the pipes to fill the tank completely ? 53.

1200/.in 4 years and Rs. C 60. What is the length of faster train ? (a) 100m (b) 75m (c) 120m (d) 50m (Ans B) 58.500 (b) Rs.1500 (c) Rs.1120/.in 5 years ? (a) Rs.1000 (d) Rs. In how many years will it become 9 times itself. 900 (Ans C) 62. 1/5th for travel expenses. A man spends half of his salary on household expenses.were there originally? (a) 110 men (b) 130 men (c) 100 men (d) none of these (Ans. How many mashes are there in 1 squrare meter of wire gauge if each mesh is 8mm long and 5mm wide ? (a) 2500 (b) 25000 (c) 250 (d) 250000 (Ans B) 59. In simple interest what sum amounts of Rs. by what % should a housewife reduce the consumption of sugar so that expenditure on sugar can be same as before ? (a) 15% (b) 16. If a sum of money compound annually amounts of thrice itself in 3 years. x% of y is y% of ? (a) x/y (b) 2y (c) x (d) can't be determined Ans. 600 (c) Rs.66% (c) 12% (d) 9% (Ans B) 61. find the % increase in population after 2 years ? . (a) 6 (b) 8 (c) 10 (d) 12 (Ans A) 57. the man deposits the rest in a bank. C) 56. 500 (b) Rs. The population of a city increases @ 4% p. 1/4th for rent. A) 55. If his monthly deposits in the bank amount 50. The price of sugar increases by 20%. 800 (d) Rs. A man in the slower train observes the 15 seconds elapse before the faster train completely passes by him. what is his monthly salary ? (a) Rs. 900 (Ans. There is an additional annual increase of 4% of the population due to the influx of job seekers.a. Two trains move in the same direction at 50 kmph and 32 kmph respectively.

a job requires 3 men and 5 women to finish the job in 10 days how many woman are required to finish the job in 14 days. A cylinder is 6 cms in diameter and 6 cms in height. The ratio of the number of boys and girls in a school is 3:2 Out of these 10% the boys and 25% of girls are scholarship holders. A simple interest amount of rs 5000 for six month is rs 200. A) 71. a) 10 b) 7 c) 6 d) 12 (Ans 7) 72.(Figure is not available)What is the area of the plank? ( Ans :7*(2)1/2 ) 67. each to do a piece of work.3 in '99 and Rs.the profit would be 10% more. A father is 30 years older than his son however he will be only thrice as old as the son after 5 years what is father's present age ? (a) 40 yrs (b) 30 yrs (c) 50 yrs (d) none of these (Ans.203 in '00. How many days of 6 hrs. What is the cost price of that article? 70.20/. If an item costs Rs. What is the smallest number by which 2880 must be divided in order to make it into a perfect square ? (a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 5 (d) 6 (Ans. A) 69. what is the anual rate of interest? a) 10% b) 6% c) 8% d) 9% (Ans 8%) . C) 68. what is the diameter of each sphere? (a) 5 cms (b) 2 cms (c) 3 cms (d) 4 cms (Ans C) 66. A rectangular plank (2)1/2 meters wide can be placed so that it is on either side of the diagonal of a square shown below. An article sold at a profit of 20% if both the cost price and selling price would be Rs. 15 men take 21 days of 8 hrs.? 64. A) 65.63. 5 men or 8 women do equal amount of work in a day. each would it take for 21 women if 3 women do as much work as 2 men? (a) 30 (b) 20 (c) 19 (d) 29 (Ans.What is the % increase in price? (a) 200/3 % (b) 200/6 % (c) 100% (d) none of these (Ans. % of students who are not scholarship holders. If spheres of the same size are made from the material obtained.

If there are 1024*1280 pixels on a screen and each pixel can have around 16 million colors.One day he gets free at 5:30 and instead of waiting for driver he starts walking towards home. the designer implements (A B) (A)XOR(B) What is the probability of error in it ? 79. In objective test a correct ans score 4 marks and on a wrong ans 2 marks are ---. An artical sold at amount of 50% the net sale price is rs 425 . a student score 480 marks from 150 question. He wins or loses Re 1 at a time If he wins he gets Re 1 and if he loses the game he loses Re 1.Find the number of ways in which this is possible? (Ans. A works thrice as much as B. In the way he meets the car and returns home on car He reaches home 20 minutes earlier than usual. 75(approx) . How many 1's are there in the binary form of 8*1024 + 3*64 + 3 Ans. In a digital circuit which was to implement (A B) + (A)XOR(B). C then asks B what A has said B says "A says that he is a liar" What is B speaking ?(a) Truth (b) Lie (c) Truth when A lies (d) Cannot be determined Ans. 16) 80. What is the angle between the two hands of a clock when time is 8:30 Ans.what is the list price of the artical? a) 500 b) 488 c) 480 d) 510 (Ans 500) 75.73. 1hr 20min) 76. (b) 82. how many ans were correct? a) 120 b) 130 c) 110 d) 150 (Ans130) 74. 4MB) 81. If A takes 60 days less than B to do a work then find the number of days it would take to complete the work if both work together? Ans. A boy has Rs 2. 22½days 77. Find the memory required for this? (Ans. 4 78. C asks A whether he is speaking truth or lying? He answers and B listens to what he said. A man leaves office daily at 7pm A driver with car comes from his home to pick him from office and bring back home.He can loose only 5 times. . On a particular day A and B decide that they would either speak the truth or will lie. In how much time does the man reach home usually?? (Ans. He is out of the game if he earns Rs 5.

A man walks east and turns right and then from there to his left and then 45degrees to his right.What is the relation between the two Ans. (b))   c c c    Aptitude Question Paper (2003) . and c=2/3d what part of d is b/ (a) 8/27 (b) 4/9 (c) 2/3 (d) 75% (e) 4/3 Ans. A man shows his friend a woman sitting in a park and says that she the daughter of my grandmother's only son. (b) 89. 83. A student gets 70% in one subject. If a=2/3b . 86. b=2/3c.In which direction did he go (Ans. A student is ranked 13th from right and 8th from left. 80% in the other. To get an overall of 75% how much should get in third subject.If a liters was removed when the tank was full. How many squares with sides 1/2 inch long are needed to cover a rectangle that is 4 ft long and 6 ft wide (a) 24 (b) 96 (c) 3456 (d) 13824 (e) 14266 88. North west) 85. 2598Successive discounts of 20% and 15% are equal to a single discount of (a) 30% (b) 32% (c) 34% (d) 35% (e) 36 Ans. The petrol tank of an automobile can hold g liters. what part of the full tank was removed? (a)g-a (b)g/a (c) a/g (d) (g-a)/a (e) (g-a)/g (Ans. Daughter 87. How many students are there in totality ? 84. (c)) 91. If x/y=4 and y is not '0' what % of x is 2x-y (a)150% (b)175% (c)200% (d)250% (Ans. (b) 90.

he should have studied last night c. sent each week faithfully to the cemetery flowers. before lived without the company of his friends 5. never before lived sole c. Figures to the right indicate the marks for each question of that section. it has formulated themselves some opinions c. Having been served lunch. After the funeral. 2. he must have studied last night d. marked (A). it has reached a decision 4. he will be teaching a class c. he must had to study last night 6. 1. 2. lived lonelynessly in times previous b. John¶s score on the test is the highest in the class. Part I [1 x 7 = 7 Marks] Questions 1-7 are incomplete sentences. the others ones d. he asked for ________ a. sent faithfully flowers all weeks to the cemetery. Marks: Instructions: 1) All the questions are compulsory. English Language Ability : A. Answer the questions by drawing a circle around the option that you think is correct I. Beneath each sentence you will see four words or phrases. he should study last night b. __________ . others pants c. ___________ a. Henry will not be able to attend the meeting tonight because _________ a. (B). another pants b. sent flowers faithfully to the cemetery each week. 1. (C) and (D). its decision was reached at d. the residents of the apartment building __________ a. Alfred Adams has not ________ a. Because the first pair of pants did not fit properly. he must to teach a class b. Choose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence.Date: Duration: 90 minutes Max. The committee has met and _________ a. b. sent to the cemetery each week flowers faithfully. ever lived alone before d. he will have teaching a class 7. of he will teach a class d. c. they have reached a decision b. another pair 3. d.

in 2. The b. Part II [1 x 7 = 7 Marks] In question 8-14. and (D). (C). since d. about . a. Sandra has not rarely missed a play or concert since she was seventeen years old. a play c. the committee members discussed the problem c. progress b. (B). to vote 3. the main b. and he often cooks really delicious meals. there was b. a discussion of the problem was made by the members of the committee A. in d. fond of c. The progress made in space travel for the early 1960s is remarkable. a. a. less b. a. a. how to deal with d. The main office of the factory can be found in Maple Street in New York City. really 4. for 5. made c. it was discussed by the committee members the problem d. on the d. particularly b. a. we must wait until the next meeting to vote. was seventeen years old 6. in space d. already 7. each sentence has four underlined words or phrases. a. were d. There was a very interesting news on the radio this morning about the earthquake in Italy. the problem was discussed by the members of the committee b. not rarely b. The governor has not decided how to deal with the new problems already. has c. Identify the one underlined word or phrase that must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct. a c. be found c. David is particularly fond of cooking. 1.a. often cooks d. Because there are less members present tonight than there were last night. than c. The four underlined parts of the sentence are marked (A).

Select the best pair of choices which expresses the same relationship as the given. genius : creativity c. mountain : skier b.A. plane : radar 5. rout : defeat c. flatterer : undermine b. hermetic : air b. stable : horse 3. airport : flight c. the given pair of words contains a specific relationship to each other. PROCRASTINATOR : DELAY :: a. Part IV [1 x 5 = 5 Marks] In question 21-25. ocean : shore 6. schedule : event d. verse : poet d. pathway : ruin 4. physician : diagnosis c. tyrant : influence d. 1. which is most opposite in the meaning to the given word. OVATION : APPLAUSE :: a. WATERTIGHT : MOISTURE :: a. underlying b. composer : score b. LUCID a. general : salute 2. APIARY : BEE :: a. combatant : strife c. DOLPHIN : FLIPPER :: a. triumph : failure d. B. choose the best word. complex c. burglar : mask c. luxurious . insect : antenna b. 1. Part III [1 x 6 = 6 Marks] In question 15-20. king : parliament A. somnolent : boredom d. grief : loss b. gull : wing d. PLAYWRIGHT : SCRIPT :: a.

GRATUITOUS a. Peru. Chile. Passage Comprehension [1 x 7 = 7 Marks] Line 1. Inferior c. and they ran around wildly all night. domestic animals refused to go indoors and dogs howled and barked furiously. LATITUDE a. In 1976. tight 2. the Chinese predicted a devastating earthquake. Line 5. Unrewarding d. earthquake. Noticeable b. What prediction may be made by observing animal behavior? a. altitude d. an earthquake struck Agadir in Morocco. Yugoslavia. dogs were seen fleeing. frenzy b. refuse d. An hour before the disaster. Line 18.S. Although hundreds of thousand of people were killed. dogs yelped and ran around uncontrollably. steal b. Uzbekistan. 1. In a safari zoo near San Francisco. Mexico and the Unites States. Simple b. MERITORIOUS a. Survivors recall that stray animals. and ten minutes later the town was destroyed. Unusual animal behavior preceding earthquakes has been noted for centuries. horses trembling and dogs barking incessantly were recorded throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries by survivors of earthquake destruction in India. Needful d. after monitoring bizarre animal behavior. VOUCHSAFE a. were seen streaming out of town before the earthquake. llamas would not eat the evening before a 1979 quake. injure A. the government was able to evacuate millions of others people and thus keep the death toll at a lower level. in 1835. Some birds screeched and flew about wildly. attitude c. Line 12. d. British Admiral Robert Fitzroy reported huge flocks of screaming seabirds over Conception. Animals were notes as being restless for several weeks before a Tashkent. An hour and half later. Similar stories of chickens running around in apparent states of panic. Useful c. Investigators found such occurrences within a ten-kilometer radius of the epicenter of a fairly recent quake. In 1960. Scientists believe that animals can perceive environmental changes several hours or even days before the mishaps. A recent investigation by scientists at the U. postpone c. including dogs. restriction 3. An impending earthquake b. Geological Survey shows that strange animal behavior might help predict earthquakes. The number of people who will die . Young 5. Original 4.

voracious c. The ten-kilometer radium from the epicenter d. They react to other animal behaviors 3. intense d. forthcoming I. In line 3 the word " epicenter" is nearest in meaning to a. the Chines have successfully predicted an earthquake and saved may lives d. Carol. Of their intelligence b. Ed. exile c. destructive b. The word "evacuate" in line 20 closest in meaning to a. All of the following statement are true EXCEPT a. starting on a Thursday. The fact that an earthquake has occurred. In line 18 "devastating" means most nearly the same as a. c. Part I : Logical Reasoning Ability [1 x 9 = 9 Marks] For Question 1-5 : Six actors ± Bob. They are generally closer to the epicenter than the human observers d. stratosphere b. by observing animal behavior scientist perhaps can predict earthquakes c. The auditions will take place over four consecutive days. Contour c. emaciate 4. some animals may be able to sense an approaching earthquake b. fewer animal going crazy b. Each actor will have one audition. The auditions for a part in an off-Broadway play. only dogs and horses seem to possess the special perception that allows them to predict earthquakes 5. fewer environmental changes 7. Core 6. a lower death rate c. fewer people evacuated d. Frank. 2. and Grace ± are auditioning for a part in an off-Broadway play. The author implies that animals are aware of an impending earthquake because a. They have certain instinctive abilities to perceive that human do not possess c. The days on which the different actors will audition must conform to the following conditions : At least one audition will take place on any day. The passage implies that if scientist can accurately predict earthquakes there will be a. Periphery d. Logical and Analytical Reasoning Ability: A. Dave. remove b. Destroy d. No more than two auditions will take place on any day No more than 3 auditions will take place on any two consecutive days .

Frank e. Frank e. Carol¶s audition will take place on Sunday e. Frank¶s audition will take place on Thursday c. Carol¶s audition will take place on Sunday 5. Bob b. 1 b. Carol¶s audition will take place on Saturday d. Grace 2. If Ed and Grace have their auditions on the same day. If Ed¶s audition is on Saturday. which of the following must be true a. 2 c. I. which of the following actors cannot audition on the same day as any other actor? a. Dave¶s audition will take place on Thursday b. Carol c. H. 5 4. 3 d. but lighter than H I is heavier than J Both F and G are heavier than H. the coach has given the following information: None of the athletes is exactly the same weight as another athlete K is heavier than L. F is the heaviest . Grace For Question 6-9 : As part of their sports physicals. K & L ± are being weighed. seven collegiate athletes ± F. Ed d. In announcing the results of the physical exams. Grace¶s audition will take place on Saturday e. which actor could have that audition a. Bob b. Carol c. Ed¶s audition will take place on Thursday b. Ed¶s audition will take place on Sunday 3. Dave d. Each of the following could be true EXCEPT a.Bob¶s audition must take place on Saturday Carol¶s audition must take place on the same day as another audition Frank¶s audition must take place on a day before grace¶s audition Dave¶s audition must take place on a day after Ed¶s audition 1. Dave¶s audition will take place on Friday c. if only one audition takes place on Thursday. 4 e. If Bob¶s and frank¶s auditions are on the same day. which of the following must be true? a. how many actors would be eligible to audition on Friday a. J. Grace¶s audition will take place on Thursday d. If the director decides to two hold the auditions on Thursday and two on Sunday. G. 6.

b. G is the heaviest
c. I is the heaviest
d. More than three athletes are heavier than K
e. More than three athletes are lighter than K

7. Which of the following, if true, would be sufficient to determine which athlete is the lightest?
a. I is the heaviest
b. I is lighter than K
c. K is heavier than J
d. J is heavier than K
e. Exactly five students are lighter than F
8. If J is heavier than F, how many different rankings, by weight, of the athletes are possible?
a. 1
b. 2
c. 4
d. 6
e. 8
9. If H is heavier than I, which of the following CANNOT be true?
a. I¶s weight is equal to the average of F¶s weight and G¶s weight
b. I¶s weight is equal to the average of K¶s weight and L¶s weight
c. J¶s weight is equal to the average of K¶s weight and L¶s weight
d. J is the second lightest
e. J is the lightest
A. Part II : Logical Reasoning Questions [2 x 8 = 16 Marks]
Select the best answer for each of the following questions.
1. Someone wishes to deduce the conclusion that there are at least two men in Calcutta who
have exactly the same number of hair on their heads. He begins with a premise that there are
more men in Calcutta than there are hair on the head of any person in the entire world(whether
men or women).
The desired conclusion can be validly deduced
a. From the original premise just as it stands
b. If we add a premise that no man in Calcutta is completely bald, but not from the original
premise as it stands.
c. If we add the premise that there are at least as many men in Calcutta as women, but not from
the original premise as it stands.
d. Only if we add the premise that no man in Calcutta is completely bald, but not from the
premise as it exactly stands.
e. Only if we add the premise that there are at least as many men in Calcutta as women, but not
from the original premise as it stands.
2. Department stores range from two to eight floors in height .If a store has more than three
floors, it has an elevator.
If the statements above are true, which of the following must also be true?
a. Second floors do not have elevators
b. Seventh floors have elevators
c. Only floors above the third floors have elevators
d. All floors may be reached by elevators

e. Some two-floor department stores do not have elevators
1. A valid argument is often defined as one in which it is not possible for all the premises to be
true and the conclusion false. A circular argument is sometimes defined as one on which one of
the premises is identical to the conclusion.
From these definitions we can infer that«
a. Every circular argument is valid
b. Every argument is circular.
c. No circular argument is valid
d. Some circular arguments are valid, and some are not.
e. Some circular arguments are not valid, and some valid arguments are not circular.
Questions 13 and 14 refer to the following scenario:
In a horse race involving six horses, three of the entries were Bag O¶Bones, Cold Molasses, and
Three-Leg Charlie. All six horses finished, one after the other.
1. No horse finished ahead of Cold Molasses, and no horse finished behind Bag O¶Bones. Also,
no horse finished between Cold Molasses and Three-Leg Charlie. Therefore,
a. Cold Molasses finished second or third.
b. Bag O¶Bones came in fourth or better.
c. Three-Leg Charlie finished second or third.
d. Three-Leg Charlie may have finished first, but atleast he did not finish last.
e. Bag O¶Bones finished ahead of Cold Molasses.
1. Four horses finished between Bag O¶Bones and Cold Molasses. Therefore,
a. Cold Molasses finished last.
b. Bag O¶Bones finished second or third.
c. Bag O¶Bones finished fifth.
d. Three-Leg Charlie did not finish last.
e. Either Bag O¶Bones finished fifth, or Three-Leg Charlie came in third.
1. Administrators and executives are members of the most stable occupation.
The stability mentioned in the above statement could be dependent on each of the following
factors except
a. Training and skills.
b. Nature of the occupation.
c. Status
d. Relatively high income
e. Rate of turnover
1. A recent newspaper feature story listed several factors, as "predictors" of likelihood of
premature death .Two of these factors were a sedentary life style without regular physical
exercise, and sleeping more than 12 hours daily.
If a person were to respond to this news by both joining as an exercise club and buying an alarm
clock, that person would probably be
a. Mistaking an explanation for an argument
b. Mistaking an argument for an explanation
c. Mistaking a premise for a conclusion
d. Mistaking a cause for an indicator
e. Mistaking an indicator by a cause
1. Ellen : "All three of Shirley¶s children have the measles!"
Lois: "As a matter of fact, all three of Shirley¶s children are fine!"

Accepting the assumption that nobody who has measles is fine, which of the following is true
a. It is possible that both Ellen and Lois are right about Shirley¶s children.
b. It is possible that both Ellen and Lois are mistaken about Shirley¶s children.
c. Either Ellen is right about Shirley¶s children, or Lois is right about them, but they are not both
right.
d. Ellen and Lois might be both right about Shirley¶s children, and they might both be wrong
e. None of these alternatives correctly identifies the possibilities for this scenario.
I. Problem Solving Ability
A. Part I : Problem Solving Ability [1 x 25 = 25 Marks]
1. A truck departed from Newton at 11:53a.m. and arrived in Far City, 240 miles away, at 4:41
p.m. on the same day. What was the approximate average speed of the truck on this trip?
a. 16/1,200 MPH
b. 40/288 MPH
c. 1,494/240 MPH
d. 50 MPH
1. If m,n,o and p are real numbers, each of the following expressions equals m(nop) EXCEPT
a. (op)(mn)
b. ponm
c. (mn)(mo)(mp)
d. (mp)(no)
1. If the ratio of women to men in a meeting is 4 to 1, what percent of the persons in the meeting
are men?
a. 20%
b. 25%
c. 33 1/3%
d. 80%
1. Tom received 89, 94, 86, and 96 on the first algebra tests. What grade must he receive on his
last test to have an average of 92?
a. 92
b. 94
c. 91
d. 95
1. If the measures of the three angles of a triangle are (3x + 15), (5x - 15), and (2x + 30), what is
the measure of each angle?
a. 75
b. 60
c. 45
d. 25
1. Which of the following equations can be used to find a number x, if the difference between
the square of this number and 21 is the same as the product of 4 times the number?
a. x - 21 = 4x
b. x2- 21 = 4x
c. x2 = 21-4x
d. x + 4x2=21

S. 45 c. Rs. 15 d. Emile receives a flat weekly salary of Rs. and Q can wallpaper a house in 8 hours and R and S can do it in 12 hours.540? a. 2 inches . 30 speak French and 20 speak German.6. Rs. If R. An error in the mailing schedule is spotted and 24 minutes after the truck leaves. 2h/a .b d. What must his rupees volume be in a week if he is to make a total weekly of Rs. 2a/h ± b 1.-- a. A can do it alone in 7 days and B in 8 days. 2a . 24 hours c. If with the assistance of a boy they finish the work in 3 days then the boy gets Rs. 43 d. The value of B in the equation a = (h/2)(B+b) is a. 5 b.600 c. 20 hours 1. 2. 8R c. 4R(2)1/2 1.2. A postal truck leaves its station and heads for Chicago.b c. 4R b. 2R(2)1/2 d. 21 1.5 hours 1. The perimeter of a square inscribed in the circumference of radius R is a. 8 hours d.2. a car is sent to overtake the truck. 11 b. What is the lowest possible number of students who speak both languages? a.480 d. If the car averages 50mph.56.880 b. Rs. how long will it take to catch the postal truck? a. how long will it take Q alone to wallpaper the house ? a. Rs. A and B undertake to do a work for Rs. averaging 40mph. 10 1.500 1. 12 hours b.6 hours b. 3 hours c.3. 20 c.b)/h b. (2a . 1. 1. An old picture has dimensions 33 inches by 24 inches. 2 hours d. 1. What one length must be cut from each dimension so that the ratio of the shorter side to the longer side is 2:3? a. In a class of 40 students.240 plus 12% commission of the total volume of all sales he makes.

both will be red ? a.1. If we need 1. 1/5 1. A box contains 6 red marbles and 4 blue marbles. 48 1. Therefore. [a + b] x 1 1. 1/3 c. Myron buys 12 books and for each one has a discount of Rs.500 b. In a group of 30 people the average height is 6 feet and 2 inches. we can assume that 1. In a College Bookstore where all books are the same price. everyone is 6ft and 2 inches 2. [(a + b) .800 c. 1.1] x 12 d. how many bricks will the wall have ? a. If it is 250 kms from Delhi to Chandigarh and 120 kms from Delhi to Jaipur. 3 c. 3 only c. a. What is the probability that if 2 marbles are simultaneously drawn from the box. [(a + b)/1000 . 9 inches d. 1 and 2 only d. 2. 6 inches c. 1. 2 . 3.000 d. 3(2)1/2 d. A car goes 15 kms on a litre of petrol. [(1000/(a + b)) . 1. What is the length of a side of the square ? a. a + b books are selling for Rs. 2/3 b.1] x 12 b. 2 and 3 1.b. How many litres of petrol will it take to travel 120 kms driving at 60 kms per hour? a. One wall being made entirely of bricks is 40% built. 2. not all could be taller than 6ft and 2 inches. 2 only b. 1/2 d. 10 1/2 inches 1. 6 b.400 1.1] x 12 c. A square is inscribed in a circle of area 18p. 36 d. 12 b. 6(2)1/2 1. How much does Myron need to pay ? a.1. most of the people are 6ft and 2 inches.000. what percentage of the distance from Delhi to Chandigarh is the distance from Delhi to Jaipur? a.200 more bricks to complete the wall. 24 c. When it is driven at 60 kms per hour it only goes 80% as far.

Rs. 6.000 c. 40 : 8 : 3 b. 9.6 1.000 e. From the beginning to the end of 1996. b. 4 spent by the research department. 1 : 1 : 5 e. in the second game I lost half of the rest.1. 100 d. it dropped 25 percent. The solution of the equation 4 . In 1997. 8 : 4 : 1 d. A 2MB PCM(pulse code modulation) has a) 32 channels b) 30 voice channels & 1 signalling channel. For each Rupee spent by the sales department. What percent of 1996`s starting price is 1998`s starting price? a. 2 : 1 : 5 1. 4 d.2. the packing department spends Rs. The triple ratio of the money spent by the sales department to the money spent by the research department to the money spent by the packing department can be expressed as a.-2/5 b. c) 31 voice channels & 1 signalling channel.000. -2 1. If I still have Rs. 108 c c c    1. 1. 95 c. 90 b.1. I went to Lucky Duck Casino and in the first game I lost one-third of my money. 8 c. Rs. Rs. For every Rs. how much money did I have when I arrived at the Casino? a.4 c.50.3. . the price of a rare book rose 20 percent.1. 20 : 4 : 1 c.5(2y + 4) = 4 is a. it rose 20 percent.000 b. 1. Rs. 8 d. the research department spends 20 paise. In 1998.6.000 d.

c) Processor serves the interupt request immediately. Ans: (c) 2. but he uses a false weight of 950gm. A dishonest shopkeeper professes to sell pulses at the cost price. d) Processor serving the interrupt request depends upon the priority of the current task under execution. 4. What action is taken when the processor under execution is interrupted by a non- maskable interrupt? a) Processor serves the interrupt request after completing the execution of the current instruction. 2. Time taken for 1 satellite hop in voice communication is a) 1/2 second b) 1 seconds c) 4 seconds d) 2 seconds Ans: (a) 3. Conditional results after execution of an instruction in a micro processor is stored ina) register b) accumulator c) flag register d) flag register part of PSW(Program Status Word) Ans: (d) 6. 1 signalling channel. Ans: (a) . c) count the number of instructions. Frequency at which VOICE is sampled is a) 4 Khz b) 8 Khz c) 16 Khz d) 64 Khz Ans: (a) 7. Line of Sight is a) Straight Line b) Parabolic c) Tx & Rx should be visible to each other d) none Ans: (c) 8. His gain is «%. Max number of satellite hops allowed in voice communication is : a) only one b) more than one c) two hops d) four hops Ans: (c) 5. d) 32 channels out of which 30 voice channels. for a kg. b) Processor serves the interupt request after completing the current task. Ans: (b) 9. Purpose of PC(Program Counter) in a MicroProcessor is a) To store address of TOS(Top Of Stack) b) To store address of next instruction to be executed. & 1 Synchronizatio channel. d) to store base address of the stack.

c) alligning to word boundary. Word allignment is a) alligning the address to the next word boundary of the machine.10. Ans: (b) 11. Memory allocation of variables declared in a program is a) allocated in RAM. d) smaller variables are moved first than the bigger ones. When a 'C' function call is made. the order in which parameters passed to the function are pushed into the stack is a) left to right b) right to left c) bigger variables are moved first than the smaller variales. c) no connection is required. d) a method to reduce routing overhead. e) none of the above. Ans: (b) 14. Ans: (c) . Ans: (a) 13. Ans: (a) 15. Ans: (c) 12. d) none of the above. What is the type of signalling used between two exchanges? a) inband b) common channel signaling c) any of the above d) none of the above. d) none of the above. Buffering is a) the process of temporarily storing the data to allow for small variation in device speeds b) a method to reduce cross talks c) storage of data within transmitting medium until the receiver is ready to receive. d) none of the above. Ans: (a) 16. c) allocated on stack. The status of the Kernel is a) task b) process c) not defined. d) assigned to registers. To send a data packet using datagram . b) connection is not established before data transmission. b) allocated in ROM. b) alligning to even boundary. connection will be established a) before data transmission.

(a) Immediate addressing mode. q=(int *)2000.(q-p)). 23. 110100 24. Find the output of the following program int *p. User test 27. Serial I/O 21. p=(int *)1000. Management in Operating Systems is done by a) Memory Management Unit b) Memory management software of the Operating System c) Kernel Ans: (b) 22. printf("%d". Memory. Which addressing mode is used in the following statements: (a) MVI B. Hexadecimal equivalent of 3452 Ans. What is done for a Push opertion?Ans: SP is decremented and then the value is stored. d) assigned to registers.55 (b) MOV B.A Ans. Binary equivalent of 52 Ans. Ans: 500 19. A good way of unit testing s/w program is Ans. 72A 25.A (c) MOV M. b) allocated in ROM.*q. c) allocated on stack. Ans. OOT uses Ans.16. Encapsulated of detect methods . (b) Register Addressing Mode (c) Direct addressing mode 20. Elimination of waste by purchasing manufacturing exactly when needed 26. Explain Just In Time Concept ? Ans. Ans: (c) 17. Memory allocation of variables declared in a program is a) allocated in RAM. A software that allows a personal computer to pretend as a computer terminal is a) terminal adapter b) bulletin board c) modem d) terminal emulation Ans: (d) 18. RS-232C standard is used in _____________.

Hard disk time for R/W head to move to correct sector Ans. Bit ratio 32. What method is used in Win95 in multitasking Ans. Interrelated 34. h is used for Ans. Through paging and segmentation 41. What is a semaphore Ans. A thread is Ans. A process is defined as Ans. Why is a gateway used Ans. In the command scanf. Super Key is Ans. Electronic Transmission 29. Expand MODEM Ans. EDI useful in Ans. What does the protocol FTP do Ans. Detachable unit of executable code) 40. What is the essential feature of inheritance Ans. In the transport layer . Detachable unit of executable code) 39. MRPII different from MRP Ans. Program in execution 38.28. Windows 95 supports (a) Multiuser (b) n tasks (c) Both (d) None Ans. Transfer a file b/w stations with user authentification 44. To connect incompatible networks 46. Redfinition of a base class method in a derived class 42. RDBMS file system can be defined as Ans. The percentage of times a page number bound in associate register is called Ans. . Modular version of man redundant initials 30.TCP is what type of protocol Ans. All properties of existing class are derived 43. Short int 37. How is linked list implemented Ans. Latency Time 31. (a) 36. Modulator and Demodulator 33. Non preemptive check 48. A thread is Ans. Connection oriented 45. What is meant by polymorphism Ans.How is memory management done in Win95 Ans. By referential structures 47. Primary key and Attribute 35. A method synchronization of multiple processes .

post order. (a)11 (b)16 (c)22 (d) 24 Ans.preorder Ans. (b) 63. heap sort. / 50. What is the precedence order from high to low . What are device drivers used for Ans. What is the efficiency of merge sort Ans.( ) . merge sort.profile contains Ans. the number of address lines required.*+ABC/-DG 51.In network layer 53.49. For 1 MB memory. exchange sort Ans. What are device drivers used for Ans. Semaphore is used for (a) synchronization (b) dead-lock avoidance (c) box (d) none Ans.To provide software for enabling the hardware 57. In unix 'ls 'stores contents in Ans. What is make command in unix Ans. Which of the following sorting algorithem has average sorting behavior --Bubble sort. Used forcreation of more than one file 58. Start up program 59. (a) system call (b) priviliged instruction (c) floating poitnt exception (d) all the above (e) none of the above Ans: (a) 61. Heap sort 54. ++. In OST.inode block 60. In which layer are routers used Ans.Inorder 55. Which of the following involves context switch. terminal emulation is done in (a) sessions layer (b) application layer (c) presentation layer (d) transport layer Ans: (b) 62.of the symbols ( ) ++ / Ans. In unix . Preorder of A*(B+C)/D-G Ans. (a) .To provide software for enabling the hardware 56. In binary search tree which traversal is used for getting ascending order values-- Inorder . O(n log n) 52. 61.

(c) 66. a) OR b) AND c) XOR d) NOT Ans. (b) . Ans. Which holds true for the following statement class c: public A. (c) 67. Preproconia. Find the output.. Iintegrated check value(ICV) are used as: Ans.. The client computes the ICV and then compares it with the senders value..64. a byte verifier performs _________? Ans. 70. does not do which one of the following (a) macro (b) conditional compliclation (c) in type checking (d) including load file Ans. (a) 69. An IP/IPX packet received by a computer using. C should not have same name c) both d) none Ans. When applets are downloaded from web sites . Status check 71. Piggy backing is a technique for a) Flow control b) Sequence c) Acknowledgement d) retransmition Ans. a) does not come with the rest of the system b) forms the interface between the user and the kernal c) does not give any scope for programming d) deos not allow calling one program from with in another e) all of the above Ans. Read the.. field in the packet header with to send IP or IPX protocol. The UNIX shell . (a) 65.. B should not have same name b) 2 member in class A. 72.. public B a) 2 member in class A. There was a circuit given using three nand gates with two inputs and one output. Which is not a memory management scheme? a) buddy system b) swapping c) monitors d) paging Ans : c 68. having IP/IPX both how the packet Is handled.

1 a) Main b) Winmain c) Dllmain d) Libmain e) None Ans. /usr/you/error respectively d) None Ans... second or third from the file /usr/you/myfile b) searches for lines containing the pattern first in the files second. The redirection operators > and >> a) do the same function b) differ : > overwrites. third. (a) 75.. The very first process created by the kernal that runs till the kernal process is halts is a) init b) getty c) both (a) and (b) d) none of these Ans.73. Is a data structure that defines all specifications of a file like the file size. (a) 76. while >> appends c) differ : > is used for input while >> is used for output d) differ : > write to any file while >> write only to standard output e) None of these Ans. In the process table entry for the kernel process. number of lines to a file. (b) 78.. (b) 80. Which function is the entry point for a DLL in MS Windows 3. (a) 79. 74. and /usr/you/myfile and prints them c) searches the files /usr/you/myfiel and third for lines containing the words first or second and prints them d) replaces the word first with the word second in the files third and /usr/you/myfile . standard output and standard error is a) the terminal b) /dev/null c) /usr/you/input. The command grep first second third /usr/you/myfile a) prints lines containing the words first. /usr/you/output/.? Ans. (a) 77. permissions etc. In UNIX a files i-node . the process id value is (a) 0 (b) 1 (c) 2 (d) 255 (e) it does not have a process table entry Ans.. The standard source for standard input. Which of the following API is used to hide a window a) ShowWindow b) EnableWindow c) MoveWindowd) SetWindowPlacement e) None of the above Ans.

a 84. c) A columns values are static and contain a narrow range of values d) Two columns are consistently used in the WHERE clause join condition of SELECT statements. b) The table is updated frequently. b 83. Which three commands cause a transaction to end? (Chosse three) a) ALTER b) GRANT c) DELETE d) INSERT e) UPdATE f) ROLLBACK Ans. Ans. e) MOdIFY TABLE employee dELETE PRIMARY KEY employee_id_pk CASCAdE. Which program construct must return a value? a) Package b) Function c) Anonymous block d) Stored Procedure e) Application Procedure Ans. c) MOdIFY TABLE employee dROP CONSTRAINT employee_id_pk CASCAdE. empno. d) ALTER TABLE employee dROP PRIMARY KEY employee_id_pk CASCAdE.e) None of the above Ans. Ans. b) ALTER TABLE employee dELETE PRIMARY KEY CASCAdE. Which Statement would you use to remove the EMPLOYEE_Id_PK PRIMARY KEY constraint and all depending constraints fromthe EMPLOYEE table? a) ALTER TABLE employee dROP PRIMARY KEY CASCAdE. c 82. empno. Which statement will you use? a) CREATE INdEX emp_empno_idx ON employee. c) CREATE INdEX emp_empno_idx ON employee(empno). (b) 81. Ans.d . d) CREATE emp_empno_idx INdEX ON employee(empno). Under which circumstance should you create an index on a table? a) The table is small.b . b) CREATE INdEX emp_empno_idx FOR employee. a .f 85. You are creating a Index on EMPNO column in the EMPLOYEE table.

(b) 89. What is the probability of it being a 6? (a) 3/8 (b) 5/8 (c) ¾ (d) None of the above Ans. A radioactive element x has an atomic number of 100. (a) . (a) 93. has a half life = t seconds. (a) 92.-4) (b) (-1. (b) 90.4) (c) (2. Which of the following statements would be true? (a) y has an atomic number of 102 (b) y has an atomic number of 101 (c) z has an atomic number of 100 (d) z has an atomic number of 101 Ans. What was the first name given to Java Programming Language. He throws a die and reports it to be a 6. In (t/2) seconds the fraction of the initial quantity of the element so far decayed is nearly (a) 29% (b) 15% (c) 10% (d) 45% Ans. In both processes a charged particle is emitted.a 87. (a) 88.-4) (d) (-2. If the sum of the roots of the equation ax2 + bx + c=0 is equal to the sum of the squares of their reciprocals then a/c. If cos2A + cos2B + cos2C = 1 then ABC is a (a) Right angle triangle (b) Equilateral triangle (c) All the angles are acute (d) None of these Ans. (c) 91.86. a) Oak ± Java b) Small Talk c) Oak d) None Ans. A certain radioactive element A. c/b are in (a) AP (b) GP (c) HP (d) None of these Ans.8) in the line x + 3y = 7 is (a) (-1. It decays directly into an element y which decays directly into element z. b/a. Image of point (3. Which of the following plots would be a straight line ? (a) Logarithm of decay rate against logarithm of time (b) Logarithm of decay rate against logarithm of number of decaying nuclei (c) Decay rate against time (d) Number of decaying nuclei against time Ans.-4) Ans. A man speaks the truth 3 out of 4 times.

depression. devaluation. The mass number of a nucleus is (a) Always less than its atomic number (b) Always more than its atomic number (c) Sometimes more than and sometimes equal to its atomic number (d) None of the above Ans. How many bonds are present in CO2 molecule? (a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 0 (d) 4 Ans. An electron emits energy (a) Because its in orbit (b) When it jumps from one energy level to another (c) Electrons are attracted towards the nucleus (d) The electrostatic force is insufficient to hold the electrons in orbits Ans. 94. slump . When X-Ray photons collide with electrons (a) They slow down (b) Their mass increases (c) Their wave length increases (d) Their energy decreases Ans. (b) 99. (c 96. An electron emits energy (a) Because its in orbit (b) When it jumps from one energy level to another (c) Electrons are attracted towards the nucleus (d) The electrostatic force is insufficient to hold the electrons in orbits Ans. The maximum KE of the photoelectron emitted from a surface is dependent on (a) The intensity of incident radiation (b) The potential of the collector electrode (c) The frequency of incident radiation (d) The angle of incidence of radiation of the surface Ans. Which of the following is not an essential condition for interference (a) The two interfering waves must be propagated in almost the same direction or the two interfering waves must intersect at a very small angle (b) The waves must have the same time period and wavelength (c) Amplitude of the two waves should be the same (d) The interfering beams of light must originate from the same source Ans. (c) 98. (b) 100. Depreciation: deflation. (d) Verbal 1. (c) 97. (c) 95. fall.

Connotation : suggest or implied meaning of expression 14. Conciliation : make less angry or more friendly 9. Innovation : make changes or introduce new things 6. Fallible : liable to error 11. Reciprocal: reverse or opposite 15. superstitious 10. desirable .2. Orthodox: conventional or traditional. 3. Incentive : thing one encourages one to do (stimulus) 4. Deprecate : feel and express disapproval. Agrarian : related to agriculture 16. Intermittent : externally stopping and then starting 7. Expedient : fitting proper. Detrimental: harmful 8. Echelon : level of authority or responsibility 5. Volatile : ever changing 12. Vacillate : undecided or dilemma 17. Manifest: clear and obvious 13.

Surplus : excessive 25. Fluctuation : wavering. rustic 29. Heterogeneous: non similar things 24. mislead 30. . Naive : innocent. Postulate : frame a theory 31. Cognizance : knowledge 27. Equivocate : tallying on both sides. Assess : determine the amount or value 26. Access : to approach 20. Compensation: salary 21. secret 32. Latent : dormant.18. lie. Truncate : shorten by cutting 22. Simulate : produce artificially resembling an existing one. 19. Retrospective : review 28. Adherence : stick 23.

Affable : lovable or approachable 39. Expedite : hasten 36. Augury : prediction 44.33. Eliminate : to reduce 34. Adversary : opposition 38. quality of being credible 45. Aberration: deviation 43. especially bad 41. Conglomeration: group. Constituent : accompanying 47. Litigation : engaging in a law suit . collection 42. Coincident: incidentally 46. Console : to show sympathy 37. Affinity : strong liking 35. Agregious : apart from the crowd. Creditability : ability to common belief. Differential : having or showing or making use of 48. Decomposition : rotten 40.

Moratorium: legally or officially determined period of delay before fulfillment of the agreement of paying of debts. in experience 56. Preponderant : superiority of power or quality 53. sanction: hinder 61. empirical: experimental 62. Obsession: complex enthusiasm 57. aborigine: emigrant 63. corpulent : emaciated . 50. Relevance : quality of being relevant 54. corroborative: refutable 59. Preparation : act of preparing 52. Ignorance : blindness. Negotiate : discuss or bargain 51. active 58. Apparatus : appliances 55. precipitate : speed.49. obnoxious : harmless 60.

Agitator : Firebrand :: Renegade : Turncoat 66. Erudite : scholar :: illiterate : ignorant 71. Fire : Ashes :: Event : memories 74.64. Mitigate : punishment :: commute : sentence 70. officious: pragmate 65. Star : cluster :: Tree : clump 68. Piston : Cylinder :: elevator : shaft 69. (a) cheerleaders : pompoms (b) audience:seats (c) team:goalposts (d) conductor:podium (e) referee:decision Ans. mason : wall :: Author : Book 73. Burst : Sound :: Tinder : Fire 67. Fire : Ashes :: explosion : debris 72. (a) .

(a) 76. lumber: bear :: (a) roost:hen (b) bray:donkey (c) waddle:goose (d) swoop:hawk (e) chirp:sparrow Ans. (a) 79. (a) 82. crow:boastful :: (a) smirk:witty (b) conceal:s. celerity:snail :: (a) indolence:sloth (b) cunning:weasel (c) curiosity:cat (d) humility:peacock . (a) 77. moderator:debate :: (a) legislator:election (b) chef:banquet (c) auditor:lecture (d) conspirator:plot (e) umpire:game Ans. glossary:words :: (a) catalogue:dates (b) atlas:maps (c) almanac:synonyms (d) thesaurus:rhymes (e) lexicon:numbers Ans.75. taxonomy:classification :: (a) etymology:derivation (b) autonomy:authorization (c) economy:rationalization (d) tautology:justification (e) ecology:urbanization Ans. bracket:shelf :: (a) hammer:anvil (b) girder:rivet (c) strut:rafter (d) valve:pipe (e) bucket:well Ans. archipelago:islands:: (a) arbor:bower (b) garden:flower (c) mountain:valley (d) sand:dun (e) constellation:star Ans. (a) 80. (a) 81.y (c) pout:sulky (d) blush:coarse (e) bluster:unhappy Ans. (a) 78.

carpenter:saw :: (a) stenographer:typist (b) painter:brush (c) lawyer:brief(d) runner:sneakers e) seamstress:scissors Ans. (a) 87. (a) 86. Bamboo:Shoot :: (a) Bean:Sprout (b) Peas:Pod (c) Potato:Eye (d) Carrot:Root (e) Leaf:Stem Ans. gullible:duped :: (a) credible:cheated (b) careful:cautioned (c) malleable:moulded (d) myopic:mislead e) articulate:silenced Ans. (a) 84. horns:bull :: (a) mane:lion (b) wattles:turkey (c) antlers:stag (d) hooves:horse (e) wings:eagle Ans. (a) . Skin:man :: (a) hide:animal (b) jump:start (c) peel:potato (d) eat:food (e) wool:cloth Ans. (a) 83. (e) obstinacy:mule Ans. marathon:stamina :: (a) relay:independence (b) hurdle:perseverance (c) sprint:celerity (d) job:weariness (e) ramble:directness Ans. (a) 89. (a) 90. (a) 85. wood:sand :: (a) coal:burn (b) brick:lay (c) oil:polish (d) metal:burnish (e) stone:quarry Ans. (a) 88. Deflect:Missile :: (a) Siege:Castle (b) Distract:Attraction (c) Protect:Honour (d) Drop:Catch (e) Score:Goal Ans.

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Ans. The office of the Army Chief passes from Conservative to Justice party. (a) The democratic deputy and all staff members belonging to Justice party (b) Justice party deputy and all his or hers staff members (c) Justice party deputy and half of his Conservative staff members in the chief of staff office (d) The Conservative deputy and all of his or her staff members belonging to Conservative party (e) No deputies and all staff members belonging to conservative parties. (a) 39. Which of the following is allowable under the rules as stated: (a) More than half of the staff within a given office belonging to a single party (b) Half of the staff within a given office belonging to a single party (c) Any person having a member of the same party as his or her immediate superior (d) Half the total number of staff members in all three offices belonging to a single party (e) Half the staff members in a given office belonging to parties different from the party of the top office holder in that office. Most students in previous years felt that the increases were justified because of . Which of the following must be fired. ' ' * cccA   " "  * &*' ' * "  "!* " 0! &* ' ' * c" c cc" cc"*ccc! ""  (d) I and II or I and III (e) None of these Ans. (a) 4. Ans. (a) 3. If the president's statement is accurate then which of the following can be validly inferred from the information given: I. In recommendations to the board of trustees a tuition increase of \$500 per year. the president of the university said "There were no student demonstrations over the previous increases of \$300 last year and \$200 the year before".

 "*&*"'""   "!  @  ' 1.  */  " " .!    "& -  "   " " ." . c " '" " "  ""+ & *-  "   " " . c ) "  "  -  ' ' *"    ".!   *    " !&  "    c(""+ & * )* "      ."cc ". L  * . (a) I only (b) II only (c) I or II but not both (d) I. Students are not likely to demonstrate over new tuition increases.""  "   ((9)893  5."ccc1'! ".#* *!  c) ". (a) 40.  *"  "   ' cc) 8 ! "   " ! " '-  "!   & *  ccc9 3   " " & + .  * cG6  9 2   "'&  .increased operating costs. ' &   . / "   " IJK"*&"*" &*   " "  * ""+ & *- (-)  * * 9-8-2-3-1/ ' .""." "  "  -  "   " " .!  (981((931)(8219(831 ( 2.. !  "  " *  "!  "   ".  " &" "*+ .""&   "    " *! . *'  "!  @. II and III (e) None Ans. c ) 2* '" "  "  - "' "' " *  &"  () 9  3. c 9. Student apathy was responsible for the failure of students to protest the previous tuition increases.""+ & *   * * "  &*   /" "" &  " & *  *  !  "" @ ! "  ". II."  ) ((9)293 ( 4.'!. III.

It was announced that the finalist would be chosen after a series of all-day group personal interviews were held.  && *-(-9:  "    "  .*    *   (&& *- "!  " &*   Gc( ! " *  !  .*  ) && * "*"   *  1. c" (cc" )c cc" 9c ccc"  9 41."**    &*" !*  " "    * "''  c  *  "   *  &&    && *  "   cc/ "''    &&   " '  cccc  * " -&"  "* &&  "&& *    . +-    ' + "&& *  9 ccc(ccc)cG8 c cc(c ccc" )cc ccc" 9ccc cG"   9 4.   *  *   " " .The examining committee agreed upon the following procedure c/   *    "   + cc    && *    *  "  ccc8    && * "   cGc  "'   *" &&   "*"    * - "'"* !  &&   "!  + "&& *   + G( ! "     * && " -."' "     "*   * "     + ()9()98)(89() ( 2. c -( 9&& * "*   *  9  "*"     *   " " . :  "   " " . :  "   " " . C. D. After months of talent searching for an administrative assistant to the president of the college the field of applicants has been narrowed down to 5--A.&"  4!  " "' "  "*   *  !   + ()7(98((97(8)987()9(987)9 ) 3. E . B.

*"!&  *&* :" * "* ' *  *" . is delayed When service on the 3 line is cancelled. service on the C line which connects the A line. morning service on B is delayedWhen it rains or snows . -'  "' &*"  *  .  "* %5:  ' '!' !' *"   "    *       ( )9 ) 3. A   "   " " .*  *  9*   * ""    '& *!* \$ . service on A.*  *  ."" "!  *  "  . & *'   .B and C and numbers 1 2 and 3 When it snows .*  *  ( "'"*  .   '& *!*  . service on the B line which connects the 3 line is delayed. A certain city is served by subway lines A.*"!&"  **  5**. 1. A D  -   '& *!*  .    * ""  ( )9 9 2. falls below 30 degrees farenheit afternoon service is cancelled in either the A line or the 3 line.*  * - "  A  "'     *    -  ! . *"  ' "!     . c" (cc" )ccc" 9(" c  cc  42. .*"!&A '**." '"*  . "'"*   " & *"  ' '  '**. 2 and 3 are delayed both in the morning and afternoon When temp. c  * " - * * "'**." ' . .When the service on the A line is delayed or cancelled.*  *  )*   * ""    '& *!*  .*"!&)  *  " .*"!&-*  *" >" '**.*  *   ( 43. "*     *  "* 1. A !.*"!&7"' * '   *" . but not both When the temperature rises over 90 degrees farenheit.*   !' *"   *!&   "  * ""    '& *!*  . the afternoon service is cancelled in either the line C or the 3 line but not both.    '& *!* \$.

/ * *  &   *"'  *"  "  ""*>""& "&    "  '  & 5*" & "5*) 5*( & "5*9 .  @ * 9"'** . *"* !."!  & *' !'   " &* "!'**. *"* !.*"!&(*" !.*"!&'    !     *. c " * "* ' *   *.  *@  !   ( 4. "!**  "' '** . :  "   " " . *'" *@*" * "" *  9 5.  * 9"' '** . *" *@!.@* H@ G >@* 5@ Gc>"5@* 3@ 44.*   *"* =  cc. ' "*  " *" . *'" *@*" * )" *'** .*"!&  3. "& *' !  * *!   *" ' '** . c 3@* 1@ cc 3@* D@"*H@ ccc D@ H@* 3@ cG .  *@  !  )" *'** . c.*   *"* (*"  c" (ccc" )c-cc ccc9c cc"   9 2.  *)*" "  9"   "*  "* .* '" *"* =  ccc/".   *@ * (*  ' '** .*"!&  !&"  '** . *  *@ !  ("' '** .  "   " " .

c 5*"   * &-:  "   " " . * &   5*)  B 2. * &  5*8    &'!    & & & &  &. c 5*8"   * &E5*("  ."   & 9 "   * & &  "  & &  1.*!  5*("   "  &5*)"   "!*  & & *" 5*8-"!  "   * &5*9"  .A "  & >""   .

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Ans: 3 hours.86/. 17.14. There is a square of side 6cm .50 ) 27. (Ans : 15% ) 26. If M/N = 6/5. 20. 1/3 of girls . To 15 lts of water containing 20% alcohol. If the value of x lies between 0 & 1 which of the following is the largest? (a) x b) x2 (c) ±x (d) 1/x (Ans : (d) ) .60 and a profit of 10% over selling price is earned (Ans: Rs 66/-) 16.What factor and total number of classmates go to canteen. What is the total amount paid for that worker ? (Ans : 57.2/3. The price of a product is reduced by 30% . How long ago did Ramesh light the two candles . There are two candles of equal lengths and of different thickness.1/8. The thinner 2 hours less than the thicker one. If p/q = 5/4 . 4 green shoes. we add 5 lts of pure water. (Ans: 1:2 ) 23. There are 5 red shoes. The cost of an item is Rs 12.then 3M+2N = ? 21. What is % alcohol. By what percentage should it be increased to make it 100% (Ans: 42. The thicker one lasts of six hours. Ans: Cannot be determined.) 24.3/4 days in a week. 1/2 of boys go to canteen . When he went to bed he saw the thicker one is twice the length of the thinner one.60. Find the ratio of the area of circle to square. 11/14 ) 19.1/3. If one draw randomly a shoe what is the probability of getting a red shoe (Ans 5c1/ 9c1) 15.for a full days work. A circle is inscribed inside the square. If PQRST is a parallelogram what it the ratio of triangle PQS & parallelogram PQRST . (Ans. If the profit is 10% over selling price what is the selling price ? (Ans: Rs 13. then 2p+q= ? 22.857%) 18. There are 6 red shoes & 4 green shoes . A worker is paid Rs.20/. If two of red shoes are drawn what is the probability of getting red shoes (Ans: 6c2/10c2) 25. He works 1. Ramesh lights the two candles at the same time. What is the selling price of a car? If the cost of the car is Rs.

How much time will it take for the two cars to meet? (Ans: 3/2 hours) 38. If front wheel revolves 240 times. How many revolutions will the back wheel take? Ans: 360 times 35. How many different dancing groups can be formed with 2 boys and 3 girls. one circle is inscribed and another circle is circumscribed over a square. front wheel = 7 feet on a certain distance. If A/B = 3/5.28. If he buys which of the following number of stamps he won't able to buy 3 paise stamps. the front wheel gets 10 revolutions more than the back wheel . What is the ratio of area of inner to outer circle? Ans: 1 : 2 . 20% of a 6 litre solution and 60% of 4 litre solution are mixed. City B having population 42000 is increasing at a rate of 120 people per year.then 15A = ? (Ans : 9B) 32.Out of these 20% are Bombey students. 40. An equilateral triangle of sides 3 inch each is given. Two cars are 15 kms apart. City A's population is 68000. How many equilateral triangles of side 1 inch can be formed from it? (Ans: 9) 31. Perimeter of the back wheel = 9 feet. There are 12 boys and 15 girls. If the total distance of a journey is 120 km . Find the total percentage of Bombay? (Ans: 6%) 30. Which of the following fractions is less than 1/3 (a) 22/62 (b) 15/46 (c) 2/3 (d) 1 (Ans: (b)) 41. There are two circles. Ans: 9 39. Each side of a rectangle is increased by 100% . back wheel = 20. A person wants to buy 3 paise and 5 paise stamps costing exactly one rupee. One is turning at a speed of 50kmph and the other at 40kmph . Perimeter of front wheel =30. decreasing at a rate of 80 people per year. In how many years both the cities will have same population? (Ans: 130 years) 37.If one goes by 60 kmph and comes back at 40kmph what is the average speed during the journey? Ans: 48kmph 29. What percentage of the mixture of solution (Ans: 36%) 36.What is the distance? Ans : 315 feet 34.By what percentage does the area increase? (Ans : 300%) 33. A school has 30% students from Maharashtra .

If 3/4th of the tank is filled by Pipe B alone and both are opened. He then mixes it with 10 lts of another mixture with 30% of liquid.075 + 0. A car travels a certain distance taking 7 hrs in forward journey.30 (Ans.42. (b)) 43.845 (b) 1. the number is divided by 7. A) 46. how much time is required by both the pipes to fill the tank completely ? . C) 50. Pipe A can fill a tank in 30 mins and Pipe B can fill it in 28 mins. then what is the speed of the stream ? (a) 13 km/hr (b) 26 km/hr (c) 34 km/hr (d) none of these (Ans.30.What is the % of water in the new mixture? 51. during the return journey increased speed 12km/hr takes the times 5 hrs.15. Find the value of ( 0.What is the distancetravelled (a) 210 kms (b) 30 kms (c) 20 kms (c) none of these (Ans.75 .25. B) 47.90/kg.001 (Ans. then what is the percentage of gain? 52. How many people are there (a) 30 (b) 33 (c) 36 (d) none of these.100/kg and70/kg respectively. given that the quntities of band c are equal a)70. Three types of tea the a.20 d)40. If a man buys 1 lt of milk for Rs. How many days will they take to do the work together ? (a) 3 days (b) 8/9 days (c) 4 days (d) can't say (Ans. in a class. B can work three times faster than the A.908 (c) 2.How many kgs of each should be blended to produce 100 kg of mixture worth Rs. Find (7x + 4y ) / (x-2y) if x/2y = 3/2 ? (a) 6 (b) 8 (c) 7 (d) data insufficient (Ans.c costs Rs.0.75 * 0. 95/kg. (d)) 44. A) 45.b. except 18 all are above 50 years.75 .001 ) / ( 0.20. If a boat is moving in upstream with velocity of 14 km/hr and goes downstream with a velocity of 40 km/hr. A man buys 12 lts of liquid which contains 20% of the liquid and the rest is water. (Ans.12 and mixes it with 20% water and sells it for Rs.0.15.75 * 0. C can work five times faster than A.15 are below 50 years of age.15 b)50. Instead of multiplying a number by 7. What is the percentage of error obtained ? 49.312 (d) 0.01) (a) 0. B) 48. A can have a piece of work done in 8 days.25 c)60.75 * 0.

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