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There are total 15 people. 7 speaks french and 8 speaks spanish. 3 do

not speak any language. Which part of total people speaks both languages. Ans: 1/5 2. A jogger wants to save ?th of his jogging time. He should increase his

speed by how much %age. Ans: 33.33 % 3. A is an integer. Dividing 89 & 125 gives remainders 4 & 6

respectively. Find a ? Ans: 17 4. In a office work is distribute between p persons. If 1/8 members are

absent then work increased for each person. 5. Question based on cubes. In which fill the blank box.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

120, 315, 300, 345, ? ?- 390 2,1, 4, 3, 6, 6, 8, 10, 10, ?, ? ? 12, 15 Questions based on figure rotation Questions based on figure rotation A Child is saying numbers 1, 2, 3, 4. When he says 1 Another child

puts white marble in a box. On saying 2 he puts Blue marble and on saying 3 he puts red ma rble. When child says 4 other child take out white and blue marble. Child says some no. in a sequence then questions are based on the no. of marbles in the box. Like this 1,1,2,3,1, 4, 1,1,3,2,2,4,111? a) Find the no. of Blue marble in the box ? 2 b) Find the no. of White-2 c) No. of red marbles - 7 11. Questions based on logical reasoning (R. S. Agrawal)

a) all pens are hens. All hens are doctor. (I) all pens are doctor. (II) all doctors are pen. Ans: Only first conclusion is correct

Child says some no. of red marbles – 7 • Questions based on logical reasoning (R. 17. a. On saying 2 he puts Blue marble and on saying 3 he puts red ma rble. C is just shorter than A. and Rax take 1 and half minute which is smallest? for same. 2.1. how much each person has to spend so that total expenditure is same ??? 13. sum of digit of cage num not to exceed 10.. 1/7 b 1/8 c 2/9 d 3/13 or something similar having denominations as 11 and 13 in option ?d? and ?e? 14. if M person r buying a thing costing D$ each. One long quiz followed by 5 questions 3 cages having 3 tags on them. 4..12. and other cond. 25*20*2 converted in to cylinder of dia 10? what is height in terms of ?pai? • A Child is saying numbers 1.111? a) Find the no.. Agrawal) a) all pens are hens. what is time require d to collect 300 pieces when both working together?? 15. in a sequence then questions are based on the no. if 3 person get away. 4. of marbles in the box. who is shortest or similar questions? 18.3. of Blue marble in the box ? 2 b) Find the no. 1.1. When child says 4 other child take out white and blue marble. Like this 1. All hens are doctor.2. 3.2. A is shorter than B but taller than E. (I) all pens are doctor. D is tallest.2. f Rix can collect 45 pieces in 1 min.3.4.1. 16. When he says 1 Another child puts white marble in a box. one quest of grandfather-father-son type quest. . of White-2 c) No. Rectangular box. S.

and other cond. Ans: Only first conclusion is correct • if M person r buying a thing costing D$ each. if 3 person get away. what is time require d to collect 300 pieces when both working together?? • One long quiz followed by 5 questions 3 cages having 3 tags on them. 1/7 b 1/8 c 2/9 d 3/13 or something similar having denominations as 11 and 13 in option “d” and “e” • f Rix can collect 45 pieces in 1 min. sum of digit of cage num not to exceed 10.(II) all doctors are pen. • A is shorter than B but taller than E.. who is shortest or similar questions? • Rectangular box. how much each person has to spend so that total expenditure is same ??? • which is smallest? a.. C is just shorter than A. 25*20*2 converted in to cylinder of dia 10… what is height in terms of “pai” .. D is tallest. and Rax take 1 and half minute for same. • one quest of grandfather-father-son type quest.

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