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# Sample Questions

1. A certain 2 digit number when reversed becomes one-tenth of its original value. The digit in units place is 3 less than the digit in tens place in the original number. Find the number? a. 63 b. 41 c. 52 d. 30 2. A post is divided into three parts, the first part is 1/3 of the whole length, second 3/8 of the first & the third is 6m 50 cm. The length of the post is? a. 15m b. 10m c. 12m d. 18m 3. The number 311311311311311311311 is? a. Divisible by 3 but not by 11 b. Divisible by 11but not by 3 c. Divisible by both 3 & 11 d. Neither divisible by 3 nor by 11 4. Arrange the following in the ascending order a.

5,
6

3

11 ,
3

6

123
d.None of these

5 , 11 , 123 b.

3

6

3

11 , 123 , 5

6

c.

123 , 11 , 5

5. The sum of 2 numbers is 45 & their difference is 1/9 of their sum , their LCM is? a. 200 b. 100 c. 90 d. 180 6. For any odd number n, 1+2+3 ……………..+n is always divisible by? a. n+1 b. n c. Both a & b d. none 7. Which is greater of two 3400 or 5300? a. 3400 b. 5300 8. a. 5

c. Both are equal

d. Can’t be determined

324 + 325 + 326 + 327 + 328 is divisible by? b. 4 c. 7 d. 11

9.

A got 20% of the total marks and failed by 18 marks. B gets 32% of the total marks and gets 42 marks more than the passing marks .What is the maximum marks?
1.500 2.600 3.700 4.800

10. if the height and base radius of a cone were increased by 50%, then the volume of the cone increases by 1. 225% 2. 280.5% 3. 250% 4. 237.5%

. 2)))) ? 1.The sum of their present ages is 49 years. 45% 14. 1 3. the value of n is 63 64 15 16 1. Rs. 900 3.11.. 5% 3. 6 2 3 2. Rs. If n 3 3 3 3 3 3 = 3 . 1.. 20% 2. What is the value of 6 + 1 6+ 6+ 6+ 1 1 1 6 +. 28 3.. 55% 4.. 21 2. 800 2. 1. 2. What is the value of h(K(h(0. -3 . Age of A is 1. Find the amount he had in the beginning. A says to B `I am twice as old as you were when I was as old as you are’. 32 13. -2 4. What percentage of the audience consists of children? 1.. 0 2..100 12. 127 128 15.. 7 1. One-fourth of the audience in a programme consists of boys and one fifth of it consists of girls. K(h(1.000 4. 1. After spending 75% of the balance he had Rs. Rs. 3. 6 + 6 4. 3. 3+ 10 16. 1)). h(H(h(2. Rs. 31 32 4. 1)). 30 4.175 with 2 him. Ramesh spent 12 1 % of his money.

40 4. None of these 3. 30 2.20 3.18.000 4. If he receives Rs. Rs. 3000 as interest from this lending what is the amount given by Sachin to his brother? 1. Find the average weight of the female patients.65 3.2.5: Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below it 21. Rs. 10.000 how many Branded PCs were sold in 1999? 1. 60 kg 4. None of these What is the average percentage growth of sales of Assembled PCs for the given years? 1. Sachin gives 1/5th of his earnings in a tournament to his brother and lends half of the remaining amount at 5% for 3 years.800 2.800 1. None of these 18. Direction for questions 1 .000 3.00.1. Of these there were 20 children of average weight 30 kg.000 3. Rs.34. Selling Price of an article is Rs.1. 45 kg 2. 1.17.75 2. Rs. None of these 2.75 and the loss percentage is equal to the cost price of the article. 22. 50. 50 kg 3.00.56.02.000 20. 40 males of average weight 60 kgs and 50 female patients. 2.50 4.000 2.000 3.34.2.2. If the Branded PCs sold in 1996 were 1.000 4.56. If the Branded PCs sold in 1996 were 1.000 how many Branded PCs were sold in 1999? 1.2.None of these 19. The average weight of patients on a particular day in a hospital is recorded as 50 kg.000 4. What is the difference between total Branded the total Assembled PCs sold for the given years? . Which of the following could be the cost price of the article? 1.02. 20.

1996 3. Substantial increase in number of scholarship in 1998 as compared to other years. 2.75. 1995 2. None of these 13. In which year is the difference in the growth between Branded and Assembled the lowest? 1. 3. Direction for questions 11 .000 3. which year the per cent growth is the highest compared to previous year? 1.1998 4. Proportion of ’Passed ’to ’Appeared’ increasing progressively. None of these 4. The increase is progressive and in line with the trend from 1994. Appeared 283 290 291 320 357 422 Passed 153 151 163 179 182 209 Granted Scholarship 7 7 10 11 15 15 Which of the following seems the most possible reason for substantial increase of number appeared in 1999? 1. 4. 1998 3.1. 1999 4. passed and granted scholarship over the years (Number in ‘000’) Year 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 11.1999 2.1999 2.000 2.1996 4. Can’t be determined 21.1998 3. General population increase in the later half of 1999.7. For Assembled PC sale. 12.000 4.15: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: Number of students appeared. 75. In which year is the scholarship granted to passed ratio the highest? 1.50.1. In which year was the percentage of passed to appeared the highest? . None of these 5.

The personal income of the citizens in the age group 35-44 years is (in Rs. None of these 14.51 2. 5 : 6 3.1996 4.1999 2. The angle in the pie chart representing the income of citizens of the 35-44 years age group is .4. 2100 3. 9 : 4 2. What is the approximate percentage of total passed to total appeared? 1. 2200 2.5 22.49 15.5 3. The ratio of the personal income of the citizens in the 25-34 years age group to that of 35-44 years age group is 1. 6 : 5 23.4 4. 1375 22.1994 3. What is the approximate percentage of total granted scholarship to total appeared? 1. If the total personal income in 2000 is 20% more than that of 1997.2.53 4.3. 1900 24. Billion) approximately 1.25: Refer the following data and answer the questions Distribution of Personal Income of Citizens of a country in 2000 21. 1125 4.55 3. the total personal income of 1997 was (in Billion Rupees) 1. 600 3.5 2. 500 2. Direction for questions 21 .1. 8 : 15 4. 2000 4.

1. 86 0 25. 15% 2. M a n y A m e r i c a n a nd B r i t i s h s c i e nt i s t s a r e o f t he vi e w t ha t d i e t a r y f a t s ho ul d no t _ _ _ _ _ _ m o r e t ha n 2 0 . Is an increase in the number of cell services provider 4. Irreverence towards all religions. s up p l e m e nt t o 25. c o nt r i b ut e t o 4 . Absolutely no belief in the concept of God or a higher power. 4. Is an increment in the numbers of the cell service providers . makes tangent remarks 2. 3. veers towards a different tangent 4. Directions for questions 1 . 72 0 4. 40 0 3. Alternating between atheism and theism. It is very disconcerting when the key speaker at any conference ……………………… 1. Will an increase in the number of cell services providers be 3. c o n s t i t ut e r i s e up t o 2 . If the total personal income in 2005 is one and a half times that in 2000. what is the average annual growth rate during the period 2000 – 2005? 1.10: Fill in the blank with the correct option that fits in grammatically and logically. 12% 3. Are an increasing number of cell service providers 2. 3.1.3 0 p e r c e nt o f d a i l y c a l o r i e s . 1. None of these 23. 1. Are an increase in the number of cell service providers detrimental to the economy? 1. The meaning of the word agnosticism is …………. goes off tangent 2. 2. 24. The belief that there can be no proof either that God exists or that He does not exist. 20 0 2. is going tangentially 3. 10% 4.

T he r e w a s no ne w s o f t he p e o p l e a b d uc t e d b y t he L a s hk a r . 2. 3. 1. 4. Find the missing number in the series 8. W hi c h o f t he f o l l o w i ng i s c o r r e c t ? 1 . 1897? 1.e . ha d b e e n r e f r a i ni ng f r o m t he b l a m e g a m e a nd s ho w e d g r a c e . T he r e w a s no ne w s o f t he p e o p l e a b d uc t e d b y t he L a s hk a r . i nt e r vi e w e d a ft e r hi s election debacle. 3697 4. r e f r a i ne d f r o m t he b l a m e g a m e a nd d i s p l a ye d g r a c e . 30.e . 2 . w a s c o nt r o l l e d f r o m t he b l a m e g a m e a nd d i s p l a y e d g r a c i o us ne s s . 28. 5697 3. 3 . T he r e w a s no n e w s f r o m t he p e o p l e b e i ng a b d u c t e d b y t he L a s h ka r . 3. e ve n t he i r f a m i l i e s w e r e ho p e f ul . The survivors of the tsunami lives in a world that has turned upside down with all of the destruction and loss.26.t o i b a .t o i b a . ne v e r t he l e s s t he i r f a m i l i e s w e r e ho p e f ul . Popular child similarly to the psychologists have advocated that parents fashion in which they discipline daughters. e ve n i f t he i r f a m i l i e s w e r e ho p e f ul . 27.. discipline male children 1. 4. s e c r e t c o m m u ni c a t i o n w i t h t he s p i r i t s o f t h e d e a d .e . 23. 2 . 210. 5598 . a b e l i e f t ha t k no w l e d g e o f G o d c a n b e g a i ne d b y c o nt e m p l a t i o n mysterious relations with god. in the same manner that they would use with 3. T he r e w a s no ne w s o f t he p e o p l e a b d uc t e d b y t he L a s h ka r . 4922 2. 4 . a l t ho ug h t he i r f a m i l i e s w e r e ho p e f ul . The survivors of the tsunami is living in a world that was turned upside down because of all the destruction and loss. like they would handle 4. he 1 .t o i b a . W he n t he m i ni s t e r was …………………………………….e . w a s r e s t r a i ne d f r o m t he b l a m e g a m e a nd d i s p l a y e d g r a c e . 3 . 4. t he m e t ho d o f d e a l i ng i n b l a c k m a g i c a nd n e c r o m a n c y . similarly to the fashion in which they discipline 2. as they would 31. 29.t o i b a . The survivors of the tsunami do live in a world that has been turned upside out because of all the destruction and loss. 71. T he m e a ni n g o f t he w o r d m ys t i c i s m i s … … … … . 2. 634. The survivors of the Tsunami live in a world that has been turned upside down because of all the destruction and loss.

What is the probability that none of the three students will get the right papers? 38. Kavitha also lives at Mumbai and her hobby is dancing. There are 48 coins amongst 3 kids A. Meera. Who is the girl with the hobbies dancing and gardening? 1. One day she conducted a test for three of her students and when they handed back the test papers. Meena and Teju. Meena 2. Teju 3. 2880 4. “This girl is the wife of the grandson of my mother. Teju 2.32. There are four girls – Kavitha. Meera 3. If all the girls have two hobbies each. None of these 34. Who enjoys traveling? 1. Kavitha 2. Kavitha 2. None of the above . Granduncle 4. Meena 4. Grandfather 3.5: Read the following data and answer the questions 37. My sister’s father’s father’s brother is related to me as 1. One girl staying at Mumbai enjoys traveling. then in the same code TIP is coded as? 1. 2780 35. they had forgotten to write their names. Teju lives at Delhi and her hobbies are painting and photography. Meera lives at Mumbai. If you count from 1 to 100. and C. Both 1 and 2 4. One of them lives at Chennai and her hobbies are clay modeling and reading. Father-in-law 33. Father 2. how many 7's will you pass on the way? Directions for questions 1 . My friend Anju teaches at a college. Both girls staying at Mumbai are fond of gardening. Teju 3. Meera 4. 2800 3. After correction Anju returned the papers to the students at random. What is the number of coins each had initially? 36. If COAT is coded as 900. Now all of them have equal number of coins. Who is staying at Chennai? 1. 2808 2.” What is Kiran to the girl? 1. Grandfather 3. Then B divides half his coins equally among A and C. answer the following questions: 1. Uncle 2. A divides half his coins equally among B and C. Husband 4. Meena 3. B. Kiran said.

Clay modeling and reading . Meena 2. What are Meena’s hobbies? 1. Both 1 and 2 4. Gardening and painting 4. Reading and Dancing 3.4. Travelling and dancing 2. Meera 3. Who among the following is fond of gardening? 1. None of the above 5.