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MODEL EXAM II

APTITUDE & MENTAL ABILITY

SOLVED

1. A merchant marks his goods up by 75% above his cost price. What is the

maximum % discount that he can offer so that he ends up selling at no profit

or loss?

A. 75% B. 46.67% C. 300% D. 42.85%

xU tzpfh; jd;Dila nghUl;fis mlf;f tpiyapy; ,Ue;J 75

rjtPjj;jpw;F mjpfkhf tpw;gid nra;a KbT nra;fpwhh;. ,yhgNkh

my;yJ el;lNkh milahky; me;jg; nghUis tpw;gid nra;a Ntz;Lk;

vdpy;> mth; vj;jid rjtPj js;Sgbia toq;f Ntz;Lk;?

A. 75% B. 46.67% C. 300% D. 42.85%

Explanatory Answer

Let us assume that the cost price of the article = Rs.100

Therefore, the merchant would have marked it to Rs.100 + 75% of Rs.100 =

100 + 75 = 175.

Now, if he sells it at no profit or loss, he sells it at the cost price.

i.e. he offers a discount of Rs.75 on his selling price of Rs.175

2

2. Shyam has money that is equal to of the money with Mohan. Money

3

3

with Mohan is equal to of the money with Raju. If Raju has Rs.800. What

5

is the money with Shyam?

A. Rs.533.33 B. Rs. 320 C. Rs. 480 D. Rs.720

Nkhfdplk; cs;s gzj;ijg; Nghy 3y; 2 gq;F ~pahkplk; cs;sJ.

Nkhfdplk; cs;s gzk;> uh[{tplk; cs;s gzj;ijg; Nghy 5y; 3 gq;F

MFk;. uh[{tplk; &.800 cs;sJ vdpy;> ~pahkplk; cs;s gzk; vt;tsT?

A. Rs.533.33 B. Rs. 320 C. Rs. 480 D. Rs.720

Explanatory Answer:

3. The age of a father 10 years ago, was 5 times the age of his son. 20 years

hence, the fathers age would be 2 times that of his son. What is the ratio in

their present ages?

A. 3:1 B. 4:1 C. 3.2:1 D. 2.5:1

10 Mz;LfSf;F Kd;ghf xU je;ijapd; taJ mtuJ kfdpd; taijg;

Nghy 5 klq;F ,Ue;jJ. mjpypUe;J 20 Mz;Lfs; fopj;J> me;jj;

je;ijapd; taJ mtuJ kfdpd; taijg; Nghy 2 klq;F ,Uf;Fk;.

mth;fspd; jw;Nghija taJfspd; tpfpjk; vd;d?

A. 3:1 B. 4:1 C. 3.2:1 D. 2.5:1

Explanatory Answer

4. In a library there are 20% books in English, and 50% of the rest in Hindi. If

the remaining 900 books are in other regional language, then how many

books are there in all in the library?

A. 4000 B. 2250 C. 2000 D. 3000

xU E}yfj;jpy; 20 rjtPj Gj;jfq;fs; Mq;fpyj;jpYk;> kPjpAs;stw;wpy; 50

rjtPj Gj;jfq;fs; ,e;jpapYk; cs;sd. kPjpAs;s 900 Gj;jfq;fs; ,ju

gpuhe;jpa nkhopfspy; ,Ue;jhy;> me;j E}yfj;jpy; cs;s nkhj;j Gj;jfq;fs;

vj;jid?

A. 4000 B. 2250 C. 2000 D. 3000

Explanatory Answer

5. If the price of sugar is increased from Rs.6 per kg to Rs. 7.50 per kg, then

how much use of sugar a person should reduce so that the expenditure on

sugar does not change?

A. 25% B. 30% C. 20% D. 15%

rh;f;fiuapd; tpiy xU fpNyhtpw;F &.6 ypUe;J &.7.50f;F cah;j;jg;gl;lhy;>

rh;f;fiuf;fhd nrytpdk; khwhky; ,Uf;Fk; nghUl;L xU egh; rh;f;fiuapd;

gad;ghl;il ve;j msTf;Ff; Fiwf;f Ntz;Lk;?

A. 25% B. 30% C. 20% D. 15%

Explanation:

Let original consumption = 100 kg and new consumption = x kg,

So,

Reduction in consumption = 20%.

A. 10% of b B. 80% of b

C. 16% of b D. 24% of b

a ,d; 8 rjtPjKk; b ,d; 4 rjtPjKk; xd;Nw vdpy;> a ,d; 20 rjtPjk;

vd;dthf ,Uf;Fk;?

A. b ,d; 10% B. b ,d; 80%

C. b ,d; 16% D. b ,d; 24%

Explanatory Answer

7. A man got Rs.1.53 lakh as provident fund after his retirement. He deposited

this amount in fixed deposit at 20% per annum. What will be his monthly

income from this?

A. Rs. 2500 B. Rs. 2550 C. Rs. 2250 D. Rs.2600

xU egh; gzp Xa;Tf;Fg; gpwF jd;Dila tUq;fhy itg;G epjpapy; ,Ue;J

&.1.53 ,yl;rj;ijg; ngw;whh;. itg;G njhifahf Mz;Lf;F 20 rjtPj

tl;bapy; nrYj;jpdhh;. ,jpypUe;J mtUf;Ff; fpilf;Fk; khjhe;jpu tUtha;

vt;tsT?

A. Rs. 2500 B. Rs. 2550 C. Rs. 2250 D. Rs.2600

Explanatory Answer

8. A man purchases a house for which he pays Rs. 8000 in cash and promises

to pay Rs. 9600 after 5 years. If the rate of simple interest be 4% per annum,

what is the cash value of the house?

A. Rs. 16000 B. Rs. 17600

C. Rs. 9600 D. Rs 15000

xU egh; xU tPl;il thq;Ftjw;fhf &.8000I gzkhff; nfhLf;fpwhh;.

&.9600 I 5 Mz;Lfs; fopj;Jj; jUtjhf thf;fspf;fpwhh;. rhjhuz tl;b

tPjk; xU Mz;Lf;F 4 rjtPjk; vdpy;> me;j tPl;bd; gz kjpg;G vt;tsT?

A. &. 16000 B. &. 17600

C. &. 9600 D. & 15000

Explanatory Answer

9. The sum of money that yields a compound interest of 420 during the

second year at 5% p.a. is

A. 4,000 B. 42,000 C. 8,000 D. 21,000

xU mry; njhiff;F 5 rjtPj Mz;L tl;btPjj;jpy; $l;Ltl;bahf 2tJ

Mz;by; &.420 fpilf;fpwJ vdpy; mry; njhif vd;d?

A. 4,000 B. 42,000 C. 8,000 D. 21,000

Explanatory Answer

10.A paper is in a square form whose one side 20 cm. two semicircles are

drawn on its opposite sides as diameters. If these semicircles are cut down.

What is the area of the remaining paper?

A. (400-100 )cm2 B. (400-2 )cm2

C. (400-200 )cm2 D. None

xU jhs; rJu tbtj;jpy; cs;sJ. mjDila xU gf;fk; 20 nrkP. mjd;

vjpnujph; gf;fq;fis tpl;lkhff; nfhz;L ,uz;L miu tl;lq;fs;

tiuag;gLfpd;wd. ,e;j miu tl;lq;fs; ntl;b vLf;fg;gl;lhy;> me;jj;

jhspd; vQ;rpAs;s gFjpapd; gug;gsT vd;d?

A. (400-100 )cm2 B. (400-2 )cm2

C. (400-200 )cm2 D. ,it VJkpy;iy

Explanatory Answer

11.The width of a room is 5m. what is the length of the room when Rs. 105 is

spent on covering the floor by bricks at Rs. 3.50 per sq. metre?

A. 6m B. 5m C. 10m D. 8m

xU miwapd; mfyk; 5 kP. xU rJu kPl;lUf;F &.3.50 tPjk; nrq;fw;fisf;

nfhz;L me;j miwapd; jiuia %Ltjw;F &.105 nrytplg;gl;bUe;jhy;>

me;j miwapd; ePsk; vt;tsT?

A. 6 kP B. 5 kP C. 10 kP D. 8 kP

12.A lawn is 25 m long and 16m wide. How many Bricks will be required to

cover the lawn, of size 20cm 10 cm?

A. 18000 B. 17000 C. 20000 D. 25000

xU Gy;ntsp 25 kP ePsKk; 16 kP mfyKk; nfhz;lJ. me;jg; Gy;ntspia

epug;Gtjw;F 20 nrkP ePsk; kw;Wk; 10 nrkP mfyk; nfhz;l vj;jid

nrq;fw;fs; Njitg;gLk;?

A. 18000 B. 17000 C. 20000 D. 25000

Explanatory Answer

window 1m 1 m. to cover the walls of the room, how much paper in sq.

Metres will be required?

A. 84 B. 100 C. 120 D. 85

xU miw 6 kP 5 kP 4 kP vd;w mstpy; cs;sJ. mjpy; 2.5 kP 1.2 kP vd;w

msTs;s fjTk;> 1 kP 1 kP vd;w msTs;s [d;dYk; cs;sJ. me;j

miwapd; Rth;fis epug;Gtjw;F vj;jid rJu mb jhs; Njitg;gLk;.

A. 84 B. 100 C. 120 D. 85

Explanatory Answer

14.50 students sit in a room. Each student requires 9m2 on the floor and 108m3

in space. If the length of the room is 25m, what is its height?

A. 12m B. 18m C. 16m D. 15m

50 khzth;fs; xU miwapy; mkh;e;jpUf;fpd;wdh;. xt;nthU khztUf;Fk;

jiuapy; 9kP2 gug;gsTk;> 108kP3 ,l msTk; Njitg;gLfpd;wd. me;j

miwapd; ePsk; 25 kP vdpy;> mjd; cauk; vd;d?

A. 12kP

kP B. 18kP C. 16 kP D. 15 kP

Explanatory Answer

15.If 1 man or 2 women or 3 boys can do a piece of work in 44 days, then the

same piece of work will be done by 1 man, 1 woman and 1 boy in _______

days.

A. 24 B. 12 C. 30 D. 40

xU Mz; my;yJ 2 ngz;fs; my;yJ 3 rpWth;fs; xU Ntiyia 44

ehl;fspy; nra;J Kbg;ghh;fs;. mNj Ntiyia xU Mz;> 1 ngz; kw;Wk; 1

rpWtd; Nrh;e;J ___________ ehl;fspy; nra;J Kbg;ghh;fs;.

A. 24 B. 12 C. 30 D. 40

Explanatory Answer

16.8 children and 12 men complete a certain piece of work in 9 days. If each

child takes twice the time taken by a man to finish the work, in how many

days will 12 men finish the same work?

A. 12 B. 16 C. 18 D. 9

8 rpWth;fs; kw;Wk; 12 Mz;fs; xU Ntiyia 9 ehl;fspy; nra;J

Kbg;ghh;fs;. xt;nthU rpWtUk; me;j Ntiyia Kbg;gjw;F xU Mz;

vLj;Jf; nfhs;Sk; fhyj;ijg; Nghy ,uz;L klq;F fhyj;ij vLj;Jf;

nfhz;L Ntiy nra;fpwJ. vdpy;> 12 Mz;fs; me;j Ntiyia vj;jid

ehl;fspy; nra;J Kbg;ghh;fs;?

A. 12 B. 16 C. 18 D. 9

Explanatory Answer

Explanation:

2 children = 1 man

(8 children + 12 men ) = 16 men

Now, less men, more days

12 : 16 : 9 : x

17.A, B and C can do a work in 6, 8 and 12 days respectively. Doing that work

together they get an amount of Rs 1350. What is the share of B in that

amount?

A. 150 B. 450 C. 300 D. 400

A, B kw;Wk; C MfpNahh; xU Fwpg;gpl;l Ntiyia KiwNa 6> 8 kw;Wk; 12

ehl;fspy; nra;J Kbg;ghh;fs;. mth;fs; midtUk; xd;W Nrh;e;J me;j

Ntiyia Kbj;jjw;fhd Cjpakhf &.1350I ngWfpd;wdh;. me;jj;

njhifapy; B,d; gq;F vd;d?

A. 150 B. 450 C. 300 D. 400

Explanatory Answer

18.From the following data, find the number of items below x=50

x: 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70

f: 5 10 14 7 2

A. 36 B. 28 C. 29 D. 30

gpd;tUk; Gs;sptptuj;jpypUe;J x = 50 tpw;F fPo; cs;s cWg;Gfspd;

vz;zpf;ifia fhz;f

x: 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70

f: 5 10 14 7 2

A. 36 B. 28 C. 29 D. 30

19.Match List I with List II correctly and select your answer using the codes

given below:

List I List II

a) Mode 1. Mean = Median = Mode

b) Coefficient of variation 2. Least

c) For a symmetrical distribution 3. Percentage variation

d) Mean deviation from Median 4. Histogram

a b c d

A. 4 3 2 1

B. 4 2 3 1

C. 4 3 1 2

D. 3 4 2 1

gl;bay; I I gl;bay; II cld; nghUj;jpf; fPo;f; Fwpg;gpl;Ls;s FwpaPLfspd;

mbg;gilapy; rhpahd tpiliaj; Njh;T nra;f:

gl;bay; I gl;bay; II

a. KfL 1. $l;L ruhrhp = eLntz; = KfL

b. khWjy; Fzfk; 2. FiwthdJ

c. xU rkr;rPh; gutypy; 3. tpOf;fhl;L khWghL

d. eLntz;zpypUe;J ruhrhp tpyf;fk; 4. Guty; nrt;tfg;glk;

FwpaPLfs;:

a b c d

A. 4 3 2 1

B. 4 2 3 1

C. 4 3 1 2

D. 3 4 2 1

examination?

Marks 6 4 3 5

No. of 6 10 13 11

student

A. 0.45 B. 4.00 C. 4.25 D. 4.50

xU Njh;tpy; 40 khzth;fs; ngw;w kjpg;ngz;fspd; $l;Lr; ruhrhp vd;d??

kjpg;ngz;fs; 6 4 3 5

khzth;fspd; 6 10 13 11

vz;zpf;if

A. 0.45 B. 4.00 C. 4.25 D. 4.50

Explanatory Answer

21.The diameter of the base and height of a cylinder are 1.5 m and 1m

respectively. It is melted and turned into a sphere. The diameter of the

sphere (in m) is ______

A. 3 B. 2.25 C. 0.75 D. 1.5

xU cUisapd; mbg;gFjpapd; tpl;lk; kw;Wk; me;j cUisapd; cauk;

Mfpait KiwNa 1.5kP kw;Wk; 1kP MFk;. mJ cUf;fg;gl;L xU Nfhskhf

khw;wg;gLfpwJ. me;j cUisapd; tpl;lk; (kPl;lhpy;) ______:

A. 3 B. 2.25 C. 0.75 D. 1.5

Explanatory Answer

22.All of the following are examples of real security and privacy risks EXCEPT:

A. hackers. B. spam. C. viruses. D. identity theft.

gpd;tUtdtw;Ws; xd;iw jtpu midj;Jk; ghJfhg;G kw;Wk; jdpAhpik

Mgj;J njhlh;ghdJ> mjid fz;lwpf

A. hackers. B. spam. C. viruses. D. identity theft.

A. data mining B. data selection

C. POS D. data conversion

rpy;yiw tpw;gidahsh;fs; jw;Nghija Nghf;fpid mwpa gad;gLj;Jk;

Kiw _________

A. data mining B. data selection

C. POS D. data conversion

A. Sequential Query Language B. System Query Language

C. Status Query Language D. Structured Query Language

tphpthf;fk; jUf: SQL

A. Sequential Query Language B. System Query Language

C. Status Query Language D. Structured Query Language

25.DSL is an example of a(n) ____________ connection.

A. network B. wireless C. slow D. broadband

DSL vd;gJ vj;jifa ,izg;gpw;F vLj;Jf;fhl;lhFk;?

A. tiyaikg;G B. kpd;fk;gpaw;w

C. nkJthd D. mfz;l miythpir

26.The metal or plastic case that holds all the physical parts of the computer is

the:

A. System unit B. CPU

C. Mainframe D. platform

fzpdpapd; midj;J cWg;GfSk; mlq;fpa cNyhfk; my;yJ gpsh];bf;

njhFg;gpd; ngah;:

A. System unit B. CPU

C. Mainframe D. platform

27.Given ( x x) 2

= 48, x = 20 and n = 12. The coefficient of variation is

A. 25 B. 20 C. 30 D. 10

( x x) = 48, x = 20 kw;Wk; n = 12 vdpy; khWghl;Lf; nfO

2

A. 25 B. 20 C. 30 D. 10

Explanatory Answer

1 1 5

, , and Then is P (A B C) =

3 4 12

19 11 7

A. B. C. D. 1

12 12 12

A,B kw;Wk; C vd;gd xd;iwnahd;W tpyf;Fk; %d;W epfo;r;rpfs; vd;f.

1 1 5

mtw;wpd; epfo;jfTfs; KiwNa , kw;Wk; vdpy;> P (A B C) =

3 4 12

19 11 7

A. B. C. D. 1

12 12 12

Explanatory Answer

Directions (Q. 29) The population of a town is 20,000. Its various professions

are represented by the pie-chart given below.

mwpTiufs; - (tpdh.29)

(tpdh. ) xU efuj;jpd; kf;fs; njhif 20>000. mjpy;; gy;NtW

njhopy;

njhopy; nra;gth;fs; tpguk; gpd;tUk; ig tiuglj;jpy; fhl;lg;gl;Ls;sJ.

29.What is the sectorial angle made by the people involved in service in the

given pie chart ?

A. 36 B. 90 C. 72 D. 110

Nkw;fz;l tl;l tpsf;f tiuglj;jpd;gb> Nritj;Jiwapy;

<Lgl;Ls;sth;fshy; cUthf;fg;gl;Ls;s Jiwapd; tl;lf; Nfhzg;gFjpapd;

Nfhzk;?

A. 36 B. 90 C. 72 D. 110

Explanatory Answer

30.Three different positions of a dice are shown below. Which number will

appear on the face opposite to the face with the number 2?

A. 3 B. 1 C. 5 D. 4

xU fd rJuj;jpd; %d;W tpjkhd Njhw;wq;fs; fPNo nfhLf;fg;gl;Ls;sd. 2

vd;w gf;fj;jpd; vjpNu cs;s vz; vJ?

A. 3 B. 1 C. 5 D. 4

nfhLf;fg;gl;l njhlhpy; mLj;JtUk; glj;ij fhz;f

A B C D

A. 765439 B. 765439 C. 765459 D. 765549

MASTER vd;gij 411259 vd;W vOjpdhy; POWDER vd;gij vt;thW

vOJtha;?

A. 765439 B. 765439 C. 765459 D. 765549

Explanatory Answer

33.There are deer and peacocks in a zoo. By counting heads they are 80. The

number of their legs is 200. How many peacocks are there?

A. 20 B. 30 C. 50 D. 60

xU ruzhyaj;jpy; rpy khd;fSk; kapy;fSk; ,Ue;jd. ,jpy; jiyfspd;

vz;zpf;if 80 fhy;fspd; vz;zpf;if 200 vdpy; kapy;fspd; vz;zpf;if

vt;tsT?

A. 20 B. 30 C. 50 D. 60

Explanatory Answer

Let x and y be the number of deer and peacocks in the zoo respectively.

Then,

x + y = 80 ...(i) and

4x + 2y = 200 or 2x + y = 100 ...(ii)

Solving (i) and (ii), we get) x = 20, y = 60.

34.Find 30th term given that the first few terms of a geometric sequence are

given by -2 , 1 , -1/2 , 1/4 ......

A. 1/228 B. 1/214 C. 1/230 D. 1/226

ngUf;fy; njhlhpy; Kjy; rpy cWg;Gfs; KiwNa -2 , 1 , -1/2 , 1/4 ......

vdpy; ,j;njhlhpd; 30tJ cWg;igf; fhz;f

A. 1/228 B. 1/214 C. 1/230 D. 1/226

Explanatory Answer

2, 9, 32, 105, 436, 2195, 13182

A. 436 B. 2195 C. 9 D. 32

gpd;tUk; njhlh;thpirapy; jtwhd vz; vd;d?

2, 9, 32, 105, 436, 2195, 13182

A. 436 B. 2195 C. 9 D. 32

36.Which one will replace the question mark?

A. 86 B. 85 C. 73 D. 83

gpd;tUk; glj;jpy; Nfs;tpf; Fwpapl;l ,lj;jpy; tUk; vz;izf; fhz;f.

A. 86 B. 85 C. 73 D. 83

37.The compound interest on Rs.5,00,000 at 16% per annum for 2 years 73 days

is...

A. Rs.51280.50 B. Rs.55380.40

C. Rs.58000.20 D. Rs.194329.60

&.5>00>000f;F Mz;Lf;F 16 rjtPjk; vd;w tPjj;jpy; 2 Mz;Lfs; kw;Wk; 73

ehl;fSf;F $l;L tl;b vt;tsT?

A. Rs.51280.50 B. Rs.55380.40

C. Rs.58000.20 D. Rs.194329.60

38.The different between Simple Interest and Compound Interest on a certain

sum of money for 3 years at 10% per annum is Rs.31. The sum is

A. 1100 B. 1000 C. 2000 D. 1200

3 Mz;Lfspy;> Mz;Lf;F 10% rjtPjk; vd;w mbg;gilapy;> xU Fwpg;gpl;l

njhiff;fhd jdp tl;b kw;Wk; Mz;L mstpy; Nrh;f;fg;gLk; $l;L tl;b

Mfpatw;Wf;F ,ilNaahd tpj;jpahrk; &.31 vdpy;> me;jj; njhif

vt;tsT?

A. 1100 B. 1000 C. 2000 D. 1200

Explanatory Answer

48.4

39. is equal to:

0.289

7 5 16 1

A. 129 B. 1 C. 12 D. 12

17 17 17 17

48.4

kjpg;G fhz;: 0.289

7 5 16 1

A. 129 B. 1 C. 12 D. 12

17 17 17 17

Explanatory Answer

40.What is the sum of the digits of the least number which, when divided by

52, leaves 33 as remainder, when divided by 78, leaves 59 and when divided

by 117, leaves 98 as remainder?

A. 17 B. 18 C. 19 D. 21

xU kPr;rpW vz;iz 52> 78> 117My; tFf;Fk; NghJ kPjp KiwNa 33> 59>

98 fpilf;fpwJ vdpy; me;j vz;zpd; ,yf;fq;fspd; $Ljy; fhz;f

A. 17 B. 18 C. 19 D. 21

Explanatory Answer

41.The numbers 11284 and 7655, when divided by a certain 3-digit number

leave the same remainder. The 3-digit number is:

A. 199 B. 197 C. 193 D. 191

11284 kw;Wk; 7655 Mfpa vz;fis xU Fwpg;gpl;l %d;wpyf;f vz;zhy;

tFf;Fk; NghJ xU kjpg;gpyhd kPjp fpilf;fpwJ vdpy; me;j %d;wpyf;f

vz; ahJ?

A. 199 B. 197 C. 193 D. 191

Explanatory Answer

42.The sum of two numbers is 45. Their difference is 1/9 of their sum. Their

LCM is:

A. 100 B. 150 C. 200 D. 250

,uz;L vz;fspd; $Ljy; 45. mt;ntz;fspd; tpj;jpahrkhdJ $Ljy;

kjpg;gpy; 1/9 gq;fhFk; vdpy; mt;ntz;fspd; kP.rp.k fhz;f

A. 100 B. 150 C. 200 D. 250

Explanatory Answer

A. -10 B. -12 C. 20 D. 18

a -b = 56 kw;Wk; a-b=2, vdpy; (a +b ) d; kjpg;G fhz;f

3 3 2 2

A. -10 B. -12 C. 20 D. 18

Explanatory Answer

x y 2 3

44.If + = 4 and + = 1 then what is x + y equal to?

2 3 x y

A. 11 B. 10 C. 9 D. 8

x y 2 3

+ = 4, + = 1 vdpy; x + y d; kjpg;G fhz;f

2 3 x y

A. 11 B. 10 C. 9 D. 8

Explanatory Answer

45.Which one of the following is the pair of twin primes?

A. 5,11 B. 15, 17 C. 1, 3 D. 17, 19

fPo;f;fz;l ,izfspy; ve;j ,iz ,ul;il gfh vz;fshFk;?

A. 5,11 B. 15, 17 C. 1, 3 D. 17, 19

Explanatory Answer

Twin prime is a prime that has a prime gap of two.

takes double time of B, find the time taken by A alone to do the work.

A. 28 B. 14 C. 2 C. 32

A, B kw;Wk; C ,ize;J xU Ntiyia 8 ehl;fspy; Kbg;gh;. B vd;gth; A-

Ig;Nghy; ,Uklq;F NeuKk;> C vd;gth; B-Ig;Nghy; ,Uklq;F NeuKk;

vLj;Jf;nfhz;lhy; A kl;Lk; jdpahf mt;Ntiyia Kbf;f vt;tsT ehs;

MFk;?

A. 28 B. 14 C. 2 C. 32

Explanatory Answer

Directions(47) Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions

given below it-Registration of New Vehicles in Delhi (in thousands)

mwpTiufs;

mwpTiufs; - gpd;tUk; tiuglj;ij ftdkhfg;

ftdkhfg; gbj;Jtpl;L> mjw;Ff; fPNo

nfhLf;fg;gl;Ls;s tpdhf;fSf;F tpilaspf;fTk;Tk; - nly;ypapy; Gjpa thfdq;fs;

gjpT (Mapuj;jpy;)

47.In which of the following months was the registration of vehicles other than

Cars maximum ?

A. April B. June C. May D. February

gpd;tUk; khjq;fspy; ve;j khjj;jpy; fhh;fs; ePq;fyhf ,ju thfdq;fspd;

gjpT kpfTk; mjpfk;?

A. Vg;uy; B. [{d; C. Nk D. gpg;uthp

Explanatory Answer

No. of other vehicles registered in February = 22-15 = 7 thousand

No, of other vehicles regisered in March = 25-15 = 10 thousand

No, of other vehicles registered in April = 35-20 = 15 thousand

No. of other vehicles registered in May = 35-17 = 18 thousand

No. of other vehicles registered in June = 45-28 = 17 thousand

The maximum increase was in May 1991.

written in that code?

A. ADVANCED B. POSITION

C. QUESTION D. GOODNESS

xU re;Njf nkhopapy;, 'UJH' vDk; thh;j;ij 'THE vd;W khw;wp

vOjg;gLfpwJ. ,ijg;NghyNt ' QQVMYOVV ' vDk; thh;j;ijia vt;thW

khw;Wtha;?

A. ADVANCED B. POSITION

C. QUESTION D. GOODNESS

Explanatory Answer

49.In a queue of children, Kashish is fifth from the left and Mona is sixth from

the right. When they interchange their places among themselves, Kashish

becomes thirteenth from the left. Then, what will be Mona's position from

the right ?

A. 4th B. 8th C. 14th D. 15th

Foe;ijspd; xU thpirapy;> f~p~; ,lg;gf;fj;jpy; ,Ue;J Ie;jhtJ

,lj;jpYk;> Nkhdh tyg;gf;fj;jpy; ,Ue;J MwhtJ ,lj;jpYk; ,Uf;fpd;wdh;.

mth;fs; jhq;fs; ,Uf;Fk; ,lq;fis jq;fSf;Fs; khw;wpf; nfhz;lhy;>

f~p~; ,lg;gf;fj;jpy; ,Ue;J gjpd;%d;whtJ ,lj;jpy; ,Ug;ghh;.

mt;thnwdpy;> Nkhdhtpd; ,lk; tyg;gf;fj;jpy; ,Ue;J vj;jidahtJ

,lj;jpy; ,Uf;Fk;?

A. 4tJ B. 8 tJ C. 14 tJ D. 15 tJ

Explanatory Answer

Since Kashish and Mona interchange places, so Kashish's new position (13th

from left) is the same as Mona's earlier position (6th from right).

So, number of children in the queue = (12 + 1 + 5) = 18.

Now, Mona's new position is the same as Kashish's earlier position i.e., fifth

from left.

.'. Mona's position from the right = (18 - 4) = 14th.

Krishna is taller than Pushpa but shorter than Anand.

Dhiraj is taller than Krishna but shorter than Seema.

Who among them is the tallest?

A. Rohan B. Seema

C. Krishna D. Cannot be determined

Nuh`d; Mde;ijtpl caukhfTk;> Mdhy; rPkhit tpl Fs;skhfTk;

,Uf;fpwhd;.

fpU~;zh G~;ghittpl caukhfTk;> Mdhy; Mde;ijtpl Fs;skhfTk;

,Uf;fpwhd;.

jpuh[; fpU~;zhittpl caukhfTk;> Mdhy; rPkhittpl Fs;skhfTk;

,Uf;fpwhd;.

,th;fspy; ahh; kpfTk; caukhdth;?

A. Nuh`d; B. rPkh

C. fpU~;zh D. eph;zapf;f ,ayhJ

Explanatory Answer

In terms of height, we have :

Anand < Rohan, Rohan < Seema, Pushpa < Krishna, Krishna < Anand,

Krishna < Dhiraj, Dhiraj < Seema.

Pushpa < Krishna < Dhiraj < Anand < Rohan < Seema.

Clearly, Seema is the tallest.

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