OF BARODA

1. Pointing to a girl, Meena said, "She is the only daughter of my grandfather's son".? How is the girl related to Meena '!

I

3. Sister 4. Data inadequate I

5. None of these

2. 'BFt is related to 'IIL' in the same way as "KO' is i

related to ? I

L QV 2. PT 3. QU 4. QT

J. Daughter

2. Cousin

5. None of these

3. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word SEAMING each of wlW'*rh~V! ,~e~· ters between them in the word as in the English alphabet?

1. None

2. One

3.'1\>10

4. Three

5. More than three

4. The positions of how many digits in the number 5321674 will remain unchanged after the digits are rearranged in: ascending order within the number?

1. None 3. '{\vo 5. More than three

5. Suresh correctly remembers that' his mother's birthday is before twentieth June but after seventeenth June whereas his hrother· correctly remembers that their mother's birthday is. after eighteenth but before twenty-fourth June. On which date in June was definitely their mother's birthday?

2. One

I!. Three

1. Eighteenth 3. Nineteenth

5. None of these

2. Twentieth

4. Data inadequate

6. What should come next in the foll,owing number series '?

9182736459182736 5918273591827

1. 3 2. 5 3. 1 4. 9

5: None of these

The positions of the first and the fifth digtts in the number 53498167 are interchanged. Similarly the positions of the second and the

sixth digits are interchanged' and so on. Which of -the following will be the last digit after the rearrangement?

1.7 2.5 3.3 4.4

5. None of-these

8. In a certain code SUBJECT is written as 'ATRI: tJDFI. How is ORDINAL written in that code?

1. CQNHl\ffiO 2. CQNHBMO

3. NQCHMBO 4. ESPHMBO

5. None of these

9. If + means x,·_ means +, x means -, and + means+ he rtilerC-Qm

16 ._ 4 -I- :1 x 5 + 2 = ? 1

1. 182' 2.14

3. 9

4. 19

5. None of these

10. Among A, R, C, D andE each having a different height, C is taller than only A and B is taller than D and E. Who among them is the tallest?

I.C 2.B

3. E

5. None of these

11. In a certain code GLARE is written as '513%:#' and { .. WE is written as 'JS@#'. How is GWE written in that code ?

1. 581# 2. 58%# 3. 5#8@4. 58@#

4. Data inadequate

5. None of these

12. Town R is towards East of town Hand is towards South of town K. Town K is towards which direction of town H ?

1. South-East

2. South-West

3. North-West

4. Data inadequate

5. None of these ','

13. Suresh walked 30 metres towards North, took a left turn and walked 40 metres, He again took a left turn and walked :30 metres. How far is he from the starting point?

1. 100 metres 2. 60 metres

3.70 metres 4.40 metres

5. Data inadequate

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Directions (14 .16) :. Following questions are based on the five three digit numbers given below:

937 425 816 398 671

14. If the positions of the first and the third digits within each number are reversed, which of the following will be the third digit of the second lowest number?

1.8 2.9 3.4 4.6

5. None of these

15. Which ofthe following is the sum of the first and . the second digits of the lowest number?

1. 12 2. 6 3. 9 4. 13

5. None of these

16. Which of the following is the second digit of the second highest number?

1.3 2.2 3. 1 ~9

5. 7

Directions (17 to 22) : In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by two Conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Reaa all the Conclusions and then decide which of the given Conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Give answer (1) if only Conclusion I follows. Give answer (2) if only Conclusion II follows.

Give answer (3) if either Conclusion I or II follows. Give answer (4) if neither Conclusiou~or II follow~ f Give answer (5) if both Conclusions I and'ir lolfol.

17. Statements:

All jugs are plates. All plates are cups. All cups are bottles. Conclusions:

I. Some bottles are jugs. II. All plates are bottles.

18. Statements:

, Some jungles are mirrors.

All mirrors are houses. All houses are roads, Conclusions;

I. All jungles are mirrors. n. All jungles are houses.

19. Statements:

All pigeons are trees. Some trees are channels. All chanriles are baskets. Conclusions :'

I. Some baskets are trees.

II; Some channels are pigeons.

20. Statements:

Some tents are ropes.

All ropes are lanterns. Some lanterns are boxes.

Conclusions :

I. Some boxes are tents.

n. Some lanterns are tents.

21. Stetements:

Some bags are clothes.' Some clothes arepapers, Some papers are glasses. Conclusions:

1. Some glasses are bags. II. No glass is bag .

22. Statements:

Some chains are trucks. No truck is car.

All cars are trains. Conclusions :

I. Some trains are trucks. II. 'Some' cars are chains.

Directions (23-28): Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below:

M©K4B8A@RIDE2W35*F$T8 U9VI% 6Z7

23. How many such symbols are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a number and immediately followed by a letter?

1. None 2. One 3. Two 4. Three

5. More than three

e2~'d&frcr. ! AiA mllowin.g. five ~~e ali~e in a certain

.' way na~d on thefr positions In the above

arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

1. F $ 5 2. 4 B © 3. 9 V .s 4. n E R

5. 35W .

25. Which of the following is the fourth to the left of the' sixteenth from the left end of the above arrangement. ? 1. 12. E 5. None of these

3 .. T

4. F

26.

How many such consonants are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a number but not immediately followed by a number?

i. None 2. One' 3. Two. 4. Three

5. More than three

If all the numbers-are dropped from the above arrangement, which of the following will be the fourteenth from the right end of the above . arrangement?

l.R 2.F

5. None of these

'·27.

3. T

4. W

28. How many such numbers are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately followed by a symbol but not immediately preceded by a number?

1. None 2. One 3. Two 4. Three

5. Mote than three

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Directions (29 to 34): Study the fo[[ow'ing information carefully and answer the questions given below:

P, Q, R, S, T, V, W and Z are sitting around a circle facing the centre. T is third to the left of Z who is third to the left of P. S is third to the right of P and fourth to the left of Q. R is second to the right ofV.

29. \\l1at is R's position with respect to T ?

1. Third to the left 2. Fifth to the right

4. Fifth to the left

3. Third to the right 5. Fourth to the left

30. In which of the following pairs is the first person sitting to the immediate right of the second

person? 1. T8 S.RQ

31. Who is the fourth to the .right- of V ?

1. Q 2. W

2.PW

3. QP

4.VS

3. R 5. None of these

32. Who is to the immediate right of P ?

i.w 2. T

3. Q. 4. Data inadequate

4. Data inadequate

5. None of these

33. Who is second to the right of S ?

1. V 2. Z 3. R 4. W

5. Data inadequate

34. Who is second to the right of Z ?

1. R 2. P . www. way2fr

·3. Q 4. Data inadequate

5. None of these

Directions (35 to 40) : In the following questions, the symbols @, $, 8, % and * are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

'F $ Q' means 'P is either greater than or equal to-Q.' 'P * Q' means 'P is neither greater than nor smaller

than Q'.

'P@Q' means 'P is neither smallerthari nor equal to Q'. 'P % Q I means 'P is either smaller than or equal to Q'. 'P 8 ~' means 'P is neither greater than nor equal to Q'.

Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the Conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

Give answer (1) if only Conclusion I is true.

Give answer (2) if only Conclusion II is true.

Give answer (3) if either Conclusion I or II true. Give answer (4) ifneither Conclusion I norIl is true Give answer (5) ifboth Conclusions I and II are true.

35. Statements:

II s J, J * T, To K Conclusion:

I. T*H II. T I) H

36. Statements:

Z%N, N@D, .D8K Conclusion:

I. K@N II. Z I) D

37. Statements:
WoK, K%M, M$H
Conclusion:
I. H*K
II. W Ii M
38. Statements:
M*R, RO/O N, N$B
Conclusion:
s heir &3-8CROm
II. N $ M
39. Statements:
·D%T, T8K, K*W
Conclusion:
1. W@T
II. K@D
40. Statements:
H@K, K*F, F%J
Conclusion:
I. J$K
II. J@H Directions (41~50) : In each of the questions given which one of the following five answer figures on the right should come ·after the problem figures on the left. if the sequence were continued?

PROBLEM FIGURES

41.

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:Jnc nne new neu cu u 42.

ANSWER FIGURES

1

3

5

4

2

1

2

5

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ANSWER }t'IGUHES

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1

3

4

5

2

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1

2

5

3

Z 9* S C& 0*. 50* ZOIl
... II - * S ·2 - III 1M. *
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1

2

4

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Direction (51 of 75) : .What will come in place of the l

qr~estion~marh ~ i.n_the following questions Y I 1. 44-8_

" 3. 896

51. -v 46 x 12 + 177 "" ? + 3

I 5. None of these

I 2 1- 7

II 54. [<1 3" X 2 '7] - 2'8 = '!

,7 ')2Q

I l.-lS· M, 8

i 5. None of these

49,

* C 0 .. 0 A 0 '* : ~
0 .. Q 6, C • I) C (:) A
0 h- e • a '* 0 6 o * 50.

·1;81

2.27

3. 54

4. 9

5. None of these

52. .J6-~ 76 +172.4:::: (5)'1 + 50 .

1 "

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4. 5

2. 3

3.4

_ 5. None of these

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5

2

3

A 0 • 0 Ii C * • 0
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n 0 ~ '* 0 • a * Q 1

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5

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4

2_ 268 4.766

1 3.144

3 4.114

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55. 25% of480 - (1) % of 225 = 75

1.24 2.25 3.20

5. None of these

56. 169.23 --41.71-17.48 + 60. 59 = 1

1. 171.63 2. 170.63 3. 169.83

5. None of these

57. (288 + 36)2 + (72 x 3) = 1

1.224 2.260 3.280

5, None of these

58. 4307 + 3868 + 7113 - 9026 = ?

1. 6242 2. 6362 3. 6252

5. None of these

59. 625 + 25 x 18 + 362 ::: 1

1. 1646 2. 1846 3. 1546

5. None of these

2 1 1

60. 1 '9 - 2 '3 + 2 '6 =?

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4.15 71. "'196 - = (?) + 525
1520-1450
1. 105 2.95 3.110 4. 130
4. 160.73 5. None of these
72. 2 3 % of 600 =?
- of7-
5 4
4. 214 1. 9.3 2.18.6 3.93 4.42
5. None of these
73. 2222 - 3333 + 4444 - 555 :::?
1. 27880 2.2778 3.2428 4. 2898
4. 6262 5. None of these
74. 504 + ·.JI44 + {49 =.Jm
4. 1946 1.4 2. {6 3.6 4. 36 1 1 1 5
1.3'6 2.2'9 3.118 4.2 '6
5. None of these
61. (17)2 '-:(15)2 es (?)4
1.8 2. 64 3. 16 . 4. {8 5.16

62. 32•6 x (9)7.4 + (27)1.1 = 3(7)

1. 14.1 2. 11.1 3. 15.5

5. None of these

63. 17% of 250 -36.80= f?

4.13.5

1. 32.39

2.42.49

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3. -.{5:i 4. 5.7

5. None of these

64. 4768 -1714 -2541 = (?)2 -112

1. 24 5.25

65. 672 + 56 x 52 + 73 x 7 = 1

1. 1235 2. 1125 3. 1115 .

2.23

3.27

5. None of these

66. ? + 27 x 15 = 195

1.351 2:378' 3.405

5. None ofthese

67. 322 + 23 + (4)3 ::: 13 x?

1.5 2. 78 3.68

5. None of these

68. (0.25)3 X(0.5)4 = (0.5)?

1.6 2.4 3.8

5. None of these

69. 73 + 62 - 34 -113 ::: ?

1.175 ~ 185

3.115

5. None of these

70. .J576% of "'1225 ""?

1. 7.4 2.8.9

5. None of these

3.8.4

4. 15

4.1035

. 4. 361

4.6

4.5

4,196

4.7.6

5. None of these

75 334 . 406 167 _? . nX 58 + 15 -.

2 2.2 '5

11 3.212

1 4.3'5

7

1. 12 .

5. None of these

76. The rainfall in a city in 5 consecutive years was recorded as 20.54 inches, 33.10 inches, 11.62 inchesm 19.20 inches and 21.74 inches. What was the average annual rainfall ?

1. 21.44 inches 2. 21.24 inches

3. 20.24 inches

4. 17.94 inches

5. None of these

W. ~~ ar~aO JP first rectangle is four-fifth the area of second rectangle. The length and the perimeter of the first rectangle is 24 em, and 80 em, respectively, what is the. perimeter of second rectangle 1

1. 48 em. 2. 54 em.

3.60 ems, 5. None of these

78. Rupainvested a sum of Rs. 4,230 at a rate of 6 p.e.p.a, in a bank. What simple interest will she get all the end of 6 years 1 .

1. Rs. 1,522.80 2. Rs.l,502.80

3: Rs. 1,582.20 4. Rs.1,722.70

4. Cannot be determined

5. None 6fthese

79. The adjacent angles of a parallelogram are in the ratio of 4 ; 5 respectively. What is the rneasure of twice the smallest angle?

1. 80° 2.40°

4. Cannot be determined

3.1800 5. None of these

80. Three years ago Rahul's age was two-third of the present age of Mohit. Mohit's age after 5 years will be 32 years. What is Rahul's present age? .

1. 18 years 2. 15 years

3.21 years 4.22 years

5. None of these

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81. What least number should be subtracted from I 91. 3428, so that it will be completely divisible by 13?

1, 8 2, 22 3, 4 4.35 I

5, None of these

82. What is the value of 72% of two-third of 450 ? .

1.~56 2.180 3,196 4.216

5. None of these

83. The circumference of a circle is 176 cm. What is

the approximate value of diagonal of a square whose side is equal to half the. radius of the circle ?

1. 24 em 5.28 em.

84. Shraddha saves Rs, 15,230 every month. How much amount will she. save in. 2 years and 7

2, 20 em. 3, 15 em

4.12 em,

. months?

1. Rs. 4,27,130 3. Rs. 2,24,200

2. Rs. 4,56,900 4. Rs. 2,89,370

5. None of these

85. 18 people can. complete a piece of work in 32 days. In how many days will 12 people finish the same piece of work'?

1. 46 days 2. 54 days 3. 56 days 4. 42 days

5. None of these

86. What is the respective ratio between the speed of a train and speed of a car if the car covered . 364 km. in 7 hours and the train covered 195 km.

in 3 hours?

1, 5 : 4 2. 4 : 5 .

3. 13 :.5 W"i:1l.: ¥fl y 2 f

5, None of these

Surekha had Rs. 4,745 with her. She purchased 14 kg. of rice at the rate of Rs. 50 per kg. and 8 kg. of apples at the rate of Rs. 75 per kg. How much amount was left with her after shopping?

1. Rs, 3,545 2. Rs. 3,555

3, Rs, 3,475 4. Rs. 3,445

5. None of these

Pratfka purchased an item for Rs, 7,200 and sold it for Rs.5,400. What percentage of loss she would have on selling the item?

1,20 2.25 3. 15 ~75

5, None of these

Pankaj purchased a new home. 2% of the total price of the home will be given as a commission to the broker. If 5% of the total price of his home is Rs. 2.5 lacs, what was the amount of eommission earned by the broker '!

1.Rs, 1,00,000 2. Rs. 10,000

3. Rs. 5,00,000 4. Rs. 15,000

5. None of these

90. What is the value of two-third of twenty five per cent of the value of a right angle?

1. 20° 2 .. 15° 3. 25° 4. 300

87.

88.

89.

5. None of these

The morning bus fare for a certain distance for one passenger is Rs.50 and the night bus fare for the same distance is thrice the morning fare fore one passenger. How much amount of bus far will be paid by 6 passengers who travel in the morning and 4'passengers who travel in the night together?

1. Rs. 1,200 2. Rs. 800 3. Rs. 900 4. Rs. 1,000

5. None of these

92. Suraj earned Rs.9,820 last month. This' month his earning decreased by 15%. How much amount did he earn this month ? .

1. Rs.8,337 2. Rs.8,347 3. Rs.7,347 4. Rs,7,397 5. None of these

{) 3 6 7 4

93. Out of the fractions 9' '7' 1..1' ill and '5 which

is the third highest?

5 3

1.9 2'7

4

5. '5

94. What will come in place of both the question marks (1) in the following question '!

17 _ 16

64 -1?

'7 4. 16

2.m

4. 1024

1. 32 5. 16

Directions (95-96) : What ioill come in place of the ~@~ ID&"k (®@mhe following number series ?

95. 153 150 144 132 108 (?)

1.60 2.84 3.54 4,72

5, None of these-

96. 31 40 58 85 121 (?)

3. 1034

1,166

3. 157

4. 184

2,175

5. None of these

97. The cost of' 3 pens and 5 pencils is Rs. 100 Also the cost of one pen and one pencil is in the ratio of 5 : 1 respectively. What is the cost of one dozen

· pens?

1, Rs, 200 2. Rs. 250 3. Rs. 300 4. Rs. 150

5. None of these

98. The angles of a triangle are in the ratio of 2:3:4 respectively. What is the sum of twice the smallest angle and thrice the second highest angle together?

· 1. 2500 2. 2600 3, 2000 4, 2200

· 5. None of these

99. A rope is cut into 36· equal parts each of 6 metres. How many equal parts will be obtain if the length of each part is increased by 3 metres

1,20 2.18 3.72 4.24

5. None ofthese

100. Ram got 220 marks in an examination and failed by 30 marks, If the passing per cent is 40, what are the maximum marks of the' examination?

1. 600

2. 620

3,640

4, 525

5. None of these

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Directions (Qs. 101 to 135) : In each question below a combination of Name and Address is given in the first unnum-
bered column at the left followed by four such. combinations one each under the columns 1, 2, 3 & 4. You have to find out
the combination which is emctly the same as the combination in the first unnumbered column. The number of that column
which contains that combination is the answer. If all the combinations are different, the answer is (5).
1 2 3 4 5
101. Pravena Gill Pravena Gill Pravina Gill Pravena Gill Pravena Gill None
Surbi Palace, 41 Surbe Palace, 41 Surbi Palace, 41 Surbi Palace, 41 Surbi Palace; 41
Transco Nagar Transco Nagar Transco Nagar Transco Nagar Transco Nager
102. Partul Hirwani Partul Hirwani Partul Hirwani Partul Hirwani Parful Hirwani None
YKNo.1, RNo.73 V.KNo.L RNo.73 VK.No.l, RNo.37 V.K.No.l, RNo. 73 VK.No .. 1, RNo.73
Lucknow Cantt Lucknom Cantt Lucknow Cantt Lucknow Cantt Lucknow Cantt
103. Ricky Martin Ricky Martin Ricky Martin Ricky Martin Ricky Matrin None
148 Jhonson Park 158, Jhonson Park' 148, -Ihonson Park 148, Jhonson Park 148, Jhonson Park
Shivalik Avenue Shivalik Avenue Shivalik Avenue Shivalek Avenue Shivalik Avenue
104. Surj Bhanu SUIj Bhanu Surj Bhanu Surya Bhanu Surj Bhanu None
Kothi No. 4257 Kothi No. 4257 Kothi No. 4257 Kothi No. 4257 House No. 4257
Jallalabad Jallalabad Jallilabad Jallalabad Jallalabad
105. Sukhbir Kaur Sukbir Kaur Sukhbir Kaur Sukhbir Gaur Sukhbir Kaur None
.
32·43, Red Board 32·43, Red Board 33-43, Red Board 32-43, Red Board 32-43, Red Board
Jhunagarh Jhunagarh Jhunagarh Jhunagarh Junagarh
106. Murli Kartik Murli Kartik Mudi Kartik Murli Kartek Murli Kartik None
J.K. Brothers Ltd. J.K. Brothres Ltd. J.K. B~~S Lt:h J.K. Brothers Ltd. J.K. Brothers Ltd.
.Burhanpur Burhanpur WWW. ~ . e s e 1iu'1liafp~m Burhanpur
107. Reedima Jain Reedima Jaina Reedima Jain Reedhima Jain Reedima Jain None
Kirti Nagar Kirti Nagar Kirit Nagar Kirti Nagar Kirti Nagar
4751AlC2 Street 475/AlC2 Street 4751AlC2 Street 4751 AlC2 Street 4751Al C2 Street
108. Meena Kumari Meena Kumadi Meena Kumari Meena Kumari Meena Kumari None
Speaker. T.D Speaker, T.D. Spacker, T.D. Speaker, T.D Speaker, T.D.
Rudra Prayag Rudra Prayag Rudra Prayag Rudra Prayag Rudra Prayog
109. Sunita Rani, Sunita Rani Suneta Rani Sunita Rani . Sunita Rani None
43·Green Village 43-Green Village 43-Green Village 34·Green Village 43"Green Village
Kashi Mira Road Kashi Mira Road Kashi Mira Road Kashi Mira Road Kasi Mira Road
llO. Prithvi Pal Prithvi Pul Prithvi Pal Prithvi Pal Prithvi Pal None
House No. K·243 House No. K-243 House No. K-243 House No. R-243 House No.K-243
Zamuna Coloney Zamuna Coloney Zamuna Coloney Zamuna Coloney Zumuna Coloney
m, Jhoda Kh;m Jodha Khan Jhoda Khan Jboda Khan JhodaKhan None
391, Film City 391, Film City 391, Filmi City 391, Film City 319, Film City
_Malad, MH Malad, MH Malad,MH Malad, MH Malad, MIl
ll2. Ganeshi Dev Ganeshe Dev Ganeshi Deva Ganeshi Dev Ganeshi· Dev None
Gate-Keepar Gate- Keepar Gate-Keepar Gate-Keeper Gate-Keepar
Army Chowk-79 Army Chowk -79 Army Chowk-97 Army Chowk -97 Army Chowk-79
Vijeta C6mpetitions 41 Previous Papers 113. Vijay Kumar Vijay Kumar Vijay Kumar Vijay Kumer Vijay Kumar None
DAV. College DAV. College DAV. College DAV. College DAV. Collage
Hoshiarpur Hoshiarpoor . Hoshiarpur Hoshiarpur Hoshiarpur
114. Amit Bagri AmitBagri Amit Bogri Amit Bagri Ainit Bagri None
31-Vibishan Fmz 31·Vibishan Frnz 31·Vibishan Frnz 31-Vibishan Frnz 31-Vibishen Frnz
Simla Pahari-96 Simla Pahari-Df Simla Pahari-96 Simla Pahari -69 Simla Pahari -96
115. Pratiba Patel Pratiba Patel Pratiba Patil Pratiba Patel Pratiba Patel None
President Gali President Gale President Gali President Gali President Gali
Tele. 3917214 Tele. 3917214 Tele. 3917214 Tele. 3197214 Tele. 3917214
116. Prakhar Shakya Prakhar Shakya Prekhar Shakya Prakhar Shakya Prakhar Shakya None
Sohan Pur Suhan Pur Sohan Pur Sohan Pur Sohan Pur
Mainpuri-UP Mainpuri-UP Mainpuri-UP Mainpuri-UP Mainpuri-PU
117. Jewan Guru Jewan Guru . Jewan Guru Jiwan Guru Jewan Guru None
Boys Hostel Boys Hotel Boys Hostel Boys Hostel Boys Hostel
Abhoar-Pbj Abhoar-Pbj Abhour-Pbj Abhoar-Pbj Abhoar -Pbj
118. Prem Anand PremAnand PremAnand PremAnand PranAnand None
J amia School J amia Schoal J amia School J amia School JamiaSchool
Scendrabad Scendrabad Scenderabad Scendrabad Scendrabad
119. Harvinder Pal Harwinder Pal Harvinder Pal Harvinder Pal Harvinder Pat None
47/59. Pintu 47/59, Pintu www. ~§Yliftpeshet7:~n,<!'~m 47/59, Pintu
Amritsar Cantt Amritsar Cantt Amntsar Cantt Amritsar Cantt Amritsar Cantt
120. J aswinder Singh Jaswinder Singh J asvinder Singh J aswinder Singh J aswinder Singh None
Sec-41, RNo. 57 Sec-4l, H. No. 57 Sec-41, H.No. 57 Sec.-41, F. No. 57 Sec-41, RNo. 57
Chandigarh Chandi garb. Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigerh
121. Pawan Hans Pawan Hans .Pawan Hans Puwan Hans Pawan Hans None
PatIa Seth Patla Seth Patla Seth Patla Seth Patlu Seth
Gurdaspur Gurdaspar Gurdaspur Gurdaspur Gurdaspur
122. Peetambar Jay Peetamber Jay Peetambar Gay Peetambar Jay Peetambar Jay None
37 -Santa-Cruize 37 -Santa-Cruize 37-Santa-Cruize 37 -Santa-Cruise 37 -Santa-Cruize
Patna-381 Patna -381 Patna=381 Patua-381 Patna~331
123 .. Pepco Liding Pep co Lding Pepco Liding Pep co Liding Pepco Liding None
L.U. Kari Marg L.UKari Marg L.U.Kare Marg L.UKari Marg L.U.Kari Marg
Chembur-74 Chembur-74 Chembur-74 Chambur-74 Chembur-74
124. Samidha N aik Samidha Naik Sumidha N aik Samidha Naik Samidha N aik None
FRA,4381 FRA,4381 FRA,4381 FAR,4381 FRA,4381
B.P.S.I. - India B.P .. S.1. -India B.P.s.I.-India . B.PS.1. -India B.S.PJ. -India
125. KA J akhan KA.Jukhan KA. J akhan KA. Jakhan KA. Jakhen None.
134784, Roen 134784, Roen 134784, Roen 137484, Roen 134784, Roen
'Ibranto-741 Toranto-741 Torantu -741 Toranto -741 Toranto-Zd l
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126, Reenish Tore Jilla -Onlik Veover -378

127 ~ Cham an Devi PalukM ehant Shop No. 4318896

.128. Jai Pal Singh . Maharaja-73 Pakjisthan

129. Rinki ma 36/413, Lingdo Assam -47

130. Punkit Mihir 87 ~ Tabla Bod.ak Shakti Ganj

131. I}alia Daku Chambai Ran Kartoosh Road

132, Nawab Suresh 3 VI'ilak Road Varshanagar

133. Kiran Jeev 43-Purple Store DM. Market

134. Pyush Shetty Emu Pur -71 Dehradun -17

135. Prabhu Kaushik Zinta Place fi3-KhaT Gate

ReeJ:U sh Toer Jilla·OnEk Veover- 378

Chaman Devi

Paluk Mehant

Shop No .. 4318869

Jai Paul Singh Maharaja-73 Pakjisthan

Rinki ,Jha 36/113, Lingdo Assam-d?

Punkit Mihir B7·Tabla Boclak ShaktiGanj

Kalia Daku Chambal Ran Kartoosh Road

Naweb Suresh 31- Tilak Road

Reenieh 'lore Jilla -Onlik Veover -378

Chamuan Ilevi

Reenish Toro

JiUa-Onlik Beever -378

Chaman Dey)

Reenish Tore

Jillia-Onlik Veover - 378

Chaznan Devi

Palulc Mehant Paluk Mehant Faluk Mehant

Shop No: 431889G Shop No. 4318896 Shop No. 4318896

J ai Pal Singh Maharaja-73 Pakjisthan

RinkuJha 36/413, Lingdo Assam -47

Pankit Mihir 87-TabIa Rodak Shakti Ganj

Kalia Daku Chambai Ran Kartush Road

Nawab Suresh

:n-TIlak Road

J ai Pal Singh Maharaja"73 Pakisthan

Rinlri Jha 63/413, Lingdo Assam -47

F'unkit Mihif 87-'l'abla Bodak Shakti Gunj

KaEa Deku·· Chambai REm Kartoosh Road

N awab Suresh B1- '1'11ak Read

Varshanagar Varshanagar Varshanagar

www.way2freshers.com

Kiran -Ieev 43-Parple Store DM1'I'farket

Piyush Shetty Emu Pur-71 Dehradun-I?:

Prabhu Kaushik . Zin ta l:ilace 6:3-h:o.ar Gate '

Kiren .Jeev

43-Purple Store DM Market

Pyush Shetty BiUu Pur-91 Dehraduns- 1 7

Prabu Kaushik Zinta Place 63-Khar Gate

Kiran Jeev 43-PuTple Store DM. Market

Pyush Shetty Eillu Pur-71 Dehradoon -J.7

Prabhu Kaushik Zinta Palace

63 - Khar Gate

Jai Pal Singh Maharani ··73 Pakjisthan

Rinki .Iha 36/413, Lingdo Assam -74

. Punkit Miher 87-Tabla Bodak Shakti Ganj

Kalia Daku Chambai Ran Kartoosh Road

Nawab Suresh 31!l'ilak Road Varshanugar

Kiran Jeev 43cPurple Store DM. M.arkit

Pyush Shetty EiIlu Pur-7l Dehradun -17

Prabhu Kaushik Zinta Place

63 - Ghar Kate.

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Directions (136-140) : Below in each question five words are gioen. You haoe to {irod to find out which word will be Third after the words are arranged in the alphabetical order: The number in the bracket representing the third word is the answer ..

~3fi. 1. Pledgor 2. Plessor 3. Pleural 4, Plenary

5. Pledge

137~ 1, Shirt 2. Shine 3. Shipper .4. Shift

5. Shield

138; 1. Credibly 2. Credence 3. Creativity 4. Crease 5. Creeper

139. 1. Traitor 2. 'frailer 3. 'Iramline 4. Trample

5. Trainer

None

None

None

None

None

None

None

None

None

None

4. Jaunty

FlO. 1. .Jangling 2. Jailor 5. Jawfish

Directions (141·14ti) : The number in each question

below is to be codified ilsing the codes given below:

n.JZi;{G)IT~~]~ 8 51jJ7J l_~ode~l.:~LI.':_~t C I J L~~L~J

You have to find 011t which of the combinations, represents the group of digits, Serial. number of that combination is your answer. If none ofthe combinations is correct,

your answer is (5) i.e, 'None of these'. 14L368217

1. GCD.JFE 2 .. GDCJFE 3. GCDF,m 4. GCJDFE 5, None ofthese

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142.679358

·1. CEAHGD 3. CAEGHD

5. None of these

143.521684

1. HJFDCB 3. HJCFDB

5. None of these

2. CEAGHD 4. CEGAHD

2. HFJCDB 4. HJFCDB

144.425619

1. BHJFCA 3. BJHCFA

5. None of these

145.254791

1. ,THBEAG 3. JHBAEF

5. None ofthese

2. BJHFCA 4. BH.JCFA

2. JHBEAF 4. JBHEAF

Directions 1146-15Q) : Refer to the data in the following table to answer these questions,'

Number (in thousands) of Male (M) and Female (F) students from different Universites over the years (F = Females, M = Males)

Year , 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 ·2007
University M F .M F M F M F M F M F
J 07 03 10 07 13 09 15 09 22 20 24 24
-~
K 09 07 13 14 17 13 18 17 27 23 29 28
L 25 33 27 -~
13 14 14 15 16. n 23 18 29 '/
-e-
M 06 09 09 11 21 17 24 13 33 31 37 28
N 05 02 08 05 13 20 26. 15 36 32 39 33
0 12 11 13 15 12 11 17 n 28 .27 36 32
P 11 09 19 21 15 07 21 18 27 30 32 31 146. What was the total number of students froni University K in the year 2003? 1. 29,000 2.26,000 3.27,000

4.2,700

5. None of these

147. What was the difference ~etw~wwwl.e~<y 2 f female students from University M in the year 2007 ?

1. 90,000 2. 11,000 3. 8,000 4. 17,000

5. None of these

148. How+many male students were there from University N in the years 2006?

1. 3,600 2. 36,000 3: 32,000 4. 28,000

5. None of these

149. In the year 2004, the number of male students were highest from which University?

1. M 2. K 3. N 4. P

5. None of these

150. Number of female students from University _ L were lowest in which year?

1.2003 2.2007 3.2002 4.2004

5. None of these

DirectionsQ (151-160) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error init. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is '5:. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

15L The success of any book /(1) especially autobiographies and biographies I (2) is dependent on press reviews (3) and word ~ of ~ mouth publicity I (4) No error (5).

152. Parents moulded kids I (I) right from school days 1(2) and inculcated to them I (3)the importance of job security I (4) No error (5).

153_ Till the early ninties I (1) career options like the Civil e s h ~ep'~es'C~ineering, Medicine / (2) and, to an extent,t:lia'r't~a Accountancy / (3) was considered luc.ratice careers / (4) No error (5).

154. India's thorium deposits I (1) mean that it could I (2) .eventualy have an almost I (3) infmite source of nuclear fuel / (4) No error (5).

155. The zero unit is called that I (1) because this eighth unit ofTPS-1 was to be located / (2) a head of the first and as all units I (3) have to be numbered, this became zero j (4) No error (5).

156. It is worked out that (1) mining of lignite is not possible ! (2) unless the upward thrust of the artesian aquifier / (3) was reduced to below the lignite seam ( (4) No error (5).

.,

157. While stayed the orders until further order / (1) the

supreme court made it clear 1(2) that the union govt. will be entitled 1(3) to process the tenders i (4) No error (5).

158. Advisors are also intermediaries! (1) but all intermediaries I (2) in the Indian market J (3) are notregulated (4) No error (5).

159. Indeed, several incidents in the recent past! (1) have proved that / (2) on many issues, the partners I (3) ar~ pulling in different directions! (4) No error (5).

160. She had lived in ! (1) a world of adults all her I (2) short life and had i (3) almost no contact with other children! (4) No error (5).

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5. made us wanted 5. entertainment

165. Incredibly, nobody had any idea of the true -- 173. 1. unravelling

. of the flood waters 3. baring

1. rampage 2. purview 5. shedding

3. components 4. vision 174.1. exists 2. is

5. magnitude 5. granted.

Directions (166-170) : Given belcJtiJTci!W·a.utJiifyUJililliie Sh~{ ~eatclPm 2. recover sentences. Rearrange these sentences to form a meaningfull - paragraph and then answer the questions that follow. 176 .. 1. matter

A. Accordingly, the export surplus in many traditional

commodities like tea has not been increasing as much as the government would have wished.

B. The structure of Indian exports is typical of a devel-

Directions (161-165): Fill in the blanks in the following sentence with the most appropriate alternatives suggested.

161. Individuals are deprived of their freedom by the very process of --.and standardisation

1. discipline 2. uniformity

3; regimentation

4. collectivisation

5. modernisation

162. Democracy in India has survived because its three - the legislature, the executive and the judiciary, have worked not only independently but in a perfectly harmonious manner.

1. components 2. pillars

3. elements 4. blocks

5. states

163 ..... he has arrived in the auditorium:

1. more away 3. more off

2. more on 4. more out

5. more over

164. Psychologists believe that incentivies ••... to increase our productivity

L makes us wanting. 2. make us want

3. making us want 4. makes us want

oping economy.

C. There has been a continuous decline in the share of agricultural raw materials and allied products.

D. India has traditionally been an exporter of agricultural raw materials and manufactures based on agricul-

tural raw materials. .

E. One reason for the relative decline of food beverages and tobacco in the total exports is the increase in population and consequent increase in domestic consumption of these goods.

166. Which is the last sentence in the paragraph?

1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D5. E

167. Which is the first sentence in the praragraph?

1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D

5. E

168. Which is the third sentence in the paragraph?

1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D

5. E

169. Which is the second sentence in the paragraph?

1. A . 2. B 3. C 4. D

5. E

170. Which is the fourth sentence in the paragraph?

1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D

5. E

Directions Q (171·180): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are given below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blanks appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

Poets, musicians' and painters look to nature (171) of (172) for creating their master pieces. However, scientists have always been interested in (173) the hidden truth of nature they think the hard-core nature as (174) does not have much use for them. For them to discover something new or invent new theories; they must am the atoms, dig up the (176) to fetch precious materials, (177) up seashores and sandy deserts to (178) necessary petroleum products, understand the hidden rays !1.1.ill in the higher reaches of universe and so on and so (80).

171. 1. means 2, end 3. way 4. road

5. source

172. 1. inspiration 3. thrust

2. boost

4. agitation

2. exposing 4. denuding

3. taken 4. seen

3. clear A. generate

5. split

2. spade

3. world 4. engine

5. earth

177. 1. dig

2. box

3. drag 4. well

5. pump

178. 1. appropriate 3. dig

5. save

179. L mysterious 3~ strangulated 5. conjectured

180.1. due 2. off

5. forth

Directions (181-185): In each of the following sentences a word is italicised choose a word to substitute the italicised word without changing its meaning.

181. When rain is imminent the meteorological

2. conserve 4. exploit

2. perceived 4. available

3, on

4. well .

departmerit issues a warning

1. about to come 2. heavy

3. scanty 4. 'Sure

5. expected

182. When the speaker rose to give his lecture pandemonium broke in the hall

1. chaos 5. order

2. silence 3. discipline 4. crowd

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ing some of the questions. 188. Which of one following is the most opposite in

The promulgation of the depositories ordinance has to meaning to the word expeditious as used in the

be welcomed on grounds of transparency and expeditious passage? .

settlement. The depository system makes for scripless 1. Tardy

trading and cuts out the rtgmarde of physical transfer of 3. Inactive

shares and registration of transfers. The issue of duplicate 5. Languid

shares and the accompanying fradulenco are' averted with 189. Why has a reference been made to bolt?

the depositories in place and investors dealing with them. . 1 S' I it I tziven its sid f the t it

. . . . . mee)o las no gwen 1 S Sl eo· . e S 01'Y, I

A critical element m the emerging system in the role of l b th 'It t

. .. . . may e e gUl v par y

depositories, which under the changed despensation can . . . . ,.

b therezi t d f iti E' II' 2. Bolt was the first to use the depository system

ecome : e regrs ere owners osecun 18S. qua y so 18 . . ..

~he quality ofihe. softw. are. Indeed, this has t~.be perfectly 3 .. Bolt IS._ ~ ~roven flawed software supplIer. ~.. .

morder and should not breakdown every WW~d~~~S£ e s We ~~~ .h~dffiv'ln th: dangerous consequence ot

it happened in respect of BOUr, the depository system can I the inherent flaws m the software system

run amuck with the operator pressing the wrong buttons, I 5. None. of these

deliberately or otherwise. 190. Who or which among the following does the

Bolt's operational record has been quite bad and the author consider guilty'!

software have been blamed for the repeated disruption. 1. SEEI 2. BOLT

Since the latter have not given their side of the story, one 3. Software suppliers 4, 'The depository system

suppossss that they are really the guilty paity. This could ~ M' f 1

O. rsone a these

happen to the depository system as wen and when this hap-191. Which of the following is the same in meaning as pens, the poor investors will find themselves placed per-

the word 'rigmarole' as used in the passage? ilously, especially when they have given up their owner- .

1. Lenthyprocedure 2. Vexed issue

ship infavour of the depositories. As things stand, investors

have to run from pillar to post to get the transfers com- 3. Happy responsibility 4. Short-cut

pleted and things an worse with theirexercising the option 5. Unnessary burden

to transfer the ownership to the depositories. Since the cus- 192. Which of the following is one of the reasons for

todial agencies the financial institutions, banks and large the introduction of scripless trading?

coporate brokerage bodies - are going to be the depositories, 1. Change of owness

going strictly by thier present record, their is every possi- 2. Transparancy in deals

bility of investors being harassed every now and then. Thus, while .scripless trading has to be introduced, mainly for the sake of transparency in deals and speed, the supportive mechanism has to be really top-class, More registrations of depositories with SEEI will not make the system work. There is also whimsical behaviour of brokers be considered while depositories can be disciplined, brokers are a law unto themselves and bolt has not put a stop to rabid speculation. The depository system may not be able to serve as a disciplinary meeh anism in respect of brokers. But essentially, the software must be so good as to avert

183. Ambition is subdued by poverty

1. won 2. modified

3. challenged 5. diluted

1St. Now-a-days we frequently read about euthanasia in the newspapers and magazines .

1. voluntory killing 2. involuntary killing

3. mercy killing 4, mass killing

5; brutal killing

185 .: He was officious by disposition and habit

4. effected

1. officiating 3. official

2. meddlesome 4. casual

5. informal

Directions ((.i186.200) ." Read the following passage to ansioer the given question. Some words in the passage are given in bold letters to help you locate them. while answer,

any kind of disorder. Investors must always be sure of their stake and the accuring benefits particularly where they pass on the ownership to a depository.

186. The attitude of the author towards the depository system is

1. Tempered with caution

2. Sceptical

3. One of disapproval

4. Overwhelmingly enthusiastic

5. None of these

187. Which of the following is desirable? 1. Issue of duplicate shares

2, Harassment of investors

3. Quality software

4. Physical transfers of shares

5. None ofthese

2. Leisurely 4. Slow

3. Promulgation of ordinance

. 4. Expeditions 5. None of these

193. What makes the

author assume that the soft-

ware suppliers are to be blamed?

L They have not vindicated themselves

2. They are the registred owners of securities

3. They have supported depositories ordinance

. 4. They are agents for scripless frading

5. None ofthese

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194. Which of the bellowing is the same in meaning as the word 'dispensation' used in the passage?

I. Essential 2. Order

3. Giving

4. Distribution

5. Medication

195 -. Why is the author apprehensive of the custodical agencies acting as depositories?

I. The agencies record is far from laudable

2. The agencies will find it difficult to tackle a new scheme

3. Investors can never repose unquestioned truth in them

4. Because of his bias

5. None ofthese

196. What have the brokers been attacked for?

I. They often wider-speculate

2. Their behaviour cannot be curbed

3. They do not function speedily

4. They are not accurate as machines 5. None ofthese

197. Which of the followinmg is opposite in meaning to the word 'perilosuly' as used in the passage?

I. Quickly 2. Deliberately

3. Safely 4. Actually

5. Imply

198. According to the passage, who are the ones most vulnerable to cheating?

I. Software suppliers 2. BroktJ~w • way 2 f r

3. Custodial agencies 4. Investors

5. None of these

199. Which of the follwing is the opposite In meaning' to the word 'whimsical' as used in the passage?

1. Changeless 2. Pithy

3. Disciplined

4. Transparent

5. Capricious

200. Which of the follwing is the same in meaning as the word 'rabed' as used in the passage?

I. Over zealous 3. Fanatical

5. Disciplined

2. Eccentric 4. Diseased

201. Which of the following is a Web browser?

1. Paint

3. Fire fox 5. All are Web browsers

202. Most of the commonly used personal computers! laptops do not have a command key known as

1. Turnover 2. Shift 3. Alter 4. Delete

2. Power Point 4. Word

5. Insert

203. What is the full form of USB as used in computer-related activities?

L Universal Security Block 2. Ultra Serial Block

3. United Service Block 4. Universal Serial Bus

5. None of these

204. The quickest and easiest way in Word, to locate a particular word or phrase in a document 'is to use the command.

1. Replace 2. Find 3. Lookup 4. Search

5. None of these

205. Which of the folllowing is not a computer programming language?

1. C 2. C++ 3. Java

4. COBOL

5. Microsoft

206. To prepare a presentation/slide. show which application is commonly used?

1. Photoshop 2. Powerpoint

3. Outlook Epress 5. All these

207. Which of the following is not a hardware of a

4. Internet Explorer

computer? I. Monitor 3. Windows

2. Key Board

4. Central Processing Unit

5. Mouse

208. A program designed to destroy data on' your computer which can travel to "infect" other computers is called a

1. disease 2. torpedo 3,hurricane 4. virus

5. None of these

209. Most of the commonly available personal computers/ laptops have a keyboard popularly

S h ekNlwIOlSm

1. QWERTY 2. QOLTY

3. ALTER 4. UCLIF

5. None of these

210. Whenever we have to give space between the two words while typing on. a PC we have to press a key known as

1. Backspace 2. Shift .

3. Control 5. Space Bar

21L Editing a document consists of reading through the document you've created, then

1. correcting your errors 2 .. printing it

3 saving it 4. deleting it

5. None of these

4. Escape

212. Which of the following is not a famous operating system?

I. Windows Vista 2. Mac OS X

3. Linux 5. Virtual Box

213. The Internet allows you to

4. Sun OS

1. send electronic mail

2. view Web pages

3. connect to servers all around the world

4. All of the above

5. None of these

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214. What kind of software would you most likely use to keep track of a billing account?

2. Electronic publishing 4. Web authoring

1. Word processing 3. Spreadsheet

5. None of these

215. Text and graphics that have been cut or copied are stored in an area called the

L Pasteboard 2. Copyboard

3. Clipboard 4. Cuttingboard

5. None of' these

216. A device that connects to a network without the use of cables is said to be

L distributed 2. wirelesss

3. centralised

4. open source

5. None of these

217. Junk e-mail is also caned

2. spoof 4. spool

1.spam

3. sniffer script 5. None of these

218. Wht is the most common way to get a virus in your computer's hard disk?

1. By installing games from their CDROMS

2. By uploading pictures from mobile phones to the

221. Codes consisting of bars or lines of varying widths or lengths that are computer-readable are known as

1. an ASCII code

2. a magnetic tape 4. a bar code

3. an OCR SCaDTlBr

5. None of these

222. A ,,, •. .is a unique name that you give to a

file of information

1. device letter

2. folder

3. filename

4. filename extension

5. None of these

223. What is an E-mail attachment?

1. A receipt sent by the recipient

2. A separate document from another program sent along with an E-mail message

3. A malicious parasite that feeds off of your messages and destroys the contents

4. A list of CC: or BCC: recipients

5. None of these

224. Which of the following are all considered advantages of e-mail?

computer 1. Convenience, speed of delivery, generality and reli-

3. By opening emails I ability

4. By sending emails2fI2.Printable. global and expensive

5 N f th WWW • way Jt e s h3= lGfbl:Jak:QWeni~nce and Microsoft owned

. one 0 , ese I .

219. What is the default file extension for all Word I 4 .. Slow delivery, reliable, global and inexpensive

documents? 5. None of these

1. WRD

2. TXT

3. DOC

4.FIL

5. None of these

220. What are bas, doc, and .htm examples of?

1. Databases 2. Extensions

3. Domains

5. None of these

4. Protocols

225. E·commerce allows companies to .

1. issues important business reports.

2. conduct business over the Internet.

3. support decision making processes.

4. keep track of paper-based transactions

5. None of these

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=;> ? = 12 - 5 + 2:;: 9
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840

= 100

= 8.4

76. (2) Averae rainfull

(20.54 + 33.10 + 11.62 + 19.20+ 21. 74) ? _ 106.20

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= 21.24 in ehes. 4230 x 6 x 6 100

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78. (1)

V E =} :;: Rs. 1,522.80

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17

= 9820 x 20 = 491 x 17:;: 8347/-

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937 =;> 739; 425 =;> 524; 816 =;> 618; 398 =;> 893; 671 =;> 176;

Second Lowest number =;> 524

100.(5)

Lowest number =;> 398 Required Sum =;> 3 + 9 = 12 Second highest number =;>816

(29-34): Sitting arrangement T

29. (5)

30. (4)

31. (5)

32. (1)

33. (2)

34. (3)

v

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p

143. (1)

'R

R is fourth to the left or right of T.

V is sitting to the immediate right of S. P is fourth to the right of V.

W is to the immediate right of P. Z is second to the right of S.

Q is second to the right of Z.

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Maximum marks L 40 x 100 ~

250

= 40 x 100

= 625

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