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Directions (Q. 1-5) : Study the following information and answer the following questions :

M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are eight friends who went to polling station to franchise their

votes. There were different parties names in the EVM namely BJP, AAP, Congress, JDU,

BJD, SP and BSP not necessarily in the same order. All the parties had different symbols

namely Lotus, Glass, Cup, Broom, Cycle, Brinjal and Elephant, but not necessarily in the

same order. Each person voted for their favourite party. There was one more symbol in

the name of NOTA.

AAP symbol is Cup.

T voted for JDU.

Q voted on Lotus.

Glass is the symbol of Congress.

N did not vote for any party.

Brinjal is the symbol of BSP.

S voted for BSP.

O voted for the party whose symbol is cup.

M and P did not vote for BJD and whose party symbol is Broom.

Ps favourite party is SP.

1) Cycle

2) Cup

3) Brinjal

4) Glass

5) None of these

2. Q voted for which party?

1) BJP

2) AAP

3) BJD

4) SP

5) None of these

3. Which of the following combinations is definitely correct?

1) M SP Cycle

2) S BSP Elephant

3) O AAP Broom

4) Q BJD Lotus

5) N BJP Lotus

4. Which candidate voted for NOTA?

1) M

2) T

3) R

4) Q

5) N

5. Which of the following combinations is true according to the party symbols?

1) BJP Cycle

2) JDU Broom

3) AAP Cup

4) BSP Brinjal

5) All of these

Directions (Q. 6-10): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two

statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data

provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the

statements and give answer:

1) if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in

statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

2) if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in

statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

3) if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer

the question.

4) if the data given in both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer

the question; and

5) if the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the

question.

6. On which day in April is Gautams birthday?

I. Gautam was born exactly 28 years after his mother was born.

II. His mother will be 55 years 4 months and 5 days on August 18 this year.

7. What is the code for is in the code language?

I. In the code language, shi tu ke means pen is blue.

II. In the same code language, ke si re means this is wonderful.

8. Among A, B, C, D and E, who is in the middle while standing in a row?

I. C, who is third to the left of D, is to the immediate right of A and second to the left of E.

II. C is second to the left of E, who is not at any of the ends and who is third to the right of A. D

is at one of the ends.

9. Among A, B, C, D, E and F, who is the heaviest?

I. A and D are heavier than B, E and F but none of them is the heaviest.

II. A is heavier than D but lighter than C.

10. How many girls are taller than Shravan in his class ?

I. When students of Shravans class are ranked in descending order of their heights, Shravans

rank is 17th from the top among all the students and 12th among boys.

II. Shravans rank from the bottom on the basis of height among boys is 18th and among all students,

29th.

Answers:

1-5

Name - Party - Symbol

M - BJP - Cycle

P - SP - Elephant

O - AAP - Cup

Q - BJD - Lotus

T - JDU - Broom

R - Congress - Glass

S - BSP - Brinjal

N NOTA

1. 1

2. 3

3. 4

4. 5

5. 5

6. 5

7. 5

8. 3

9. 1

10. 1

Directions: (Q 1-5) Study the following pie-charts carefully and answer the questions below it

The Entire Fund That School Gets from different Sources Is Equal To Rs 500 Lakhs

1.What is the difference between the funds acquired by school from NGOs and Internal sources?

1) Rs. 50 lakhs

2) Rs. 45 lakhs

3) Rs.75 lakhs

4) Rs. 25 lakhs

5) None of these

1. 1

Required funds = (15-5) % = 10% of 500

= 50 lakhs

2.If the school managed School maintenance from the Government agencies fund only, then

how much fund from Government agencies would still left for other use?

1) Rs. 120 lakhs

2) Rs. 150 lakhs

3) Rs.110 lakhs

4) Rs. 95 lakhs

5) None of these

2. 5

Required amount = (45-20) * 500/100 = 125 lakhs

3.If Scholarship has to be paid out of the Donation fund, then what is the approximate per cent of

Donation fund used for this purpose?

1) 43%

2) 53%

3) 37%

4) 47%

5) 32%

3. 1

Required % = 15/35 * 100 = 42.85%

4.What is the total amount used by the school for Payment?

1) Rs. 100 lakhs

2) Rs. 110 lakhs

3) Rs.150 lakhs

4) Rs. 140 lakhs

5) None of these

4. 3

Required amount = 30% of 500 = 150 lakhs

5.What amount of the fund is acquired by the school from Government agencies?

1) Rs. 220 lakhs

2) Rs. 310 lakhs

3) Rs.255 lakhs

4) Rs. 225 lakhs

5) None of these

5. 4

Required amount = 45% of 500 = 225 lakhs

6. The present age of Raju and his father are in the ratio of 2 : 5. Four years hence, the ratio of

their ages will become 5 : 11. What was the father's age five years ago?

1) 35 years

2) 40 years

3) 36 years

4) 38 years

5) 42 years

6. 1

Let the present age of Raju and his father be 2x and

5x respectively.

Hence, (2x + 4)/(5x + 4) = 5/11

22x + 44 = 25x + 20

3x = 24

x=8

Fathers age 5 years ago = 5 8 5 = 35 years

7. The number obtained by interchanging the two digits of a two-digit number is less than the

original number by 36. If the sum of the two digits of the number is 8, then what is the original

number?

1) 26

2) 53

3) 62

4) 35

5) 71

7. 3

Let the original number be 10x + y

(10x + y) (10y + x) = 36

9x 9y = 36

x y = 4 and x + y = 8

x = 6; y = 2

The original number = 62

8. P, Q and R invest in a business. If the ratio of their time period are 3 : 4 : 5 and their profits are

in the ratio 5 : 6 : 8. Find the ratio in which the investment are made by P, Q and R.

1) 50 : 45 : 48

2) 51 : 45 : 47

3) 51 : 46 : 48

4) 50 : 45 : 47

5) 50 : 47 : 48

8. 1

Let the investment of P, Q and R are in the ratio A,B and C.

3A:4B:5C= 5:6:8

A:B:C=50:45:48

9. Aashi had Rs. 20,000 with her out of this money she lent some money to Anshul for 4 years at

20% p.a. simple interest. She lent the remaining money to Rajat for an equal number of years at

the rate of 24% p.a. After 4 years, Aashi found that Anshul had given her Rs. 864 more as interest

as compared to Rajat. The amount of money which Aashi had lent to Rajat must be.

1) Rs. 10,600

2) Rs. 11,400

3) Rs. 8600

4) Rs. 10,400

5) Rs. 9600

9. 2

Let the money lent to Anshul be Rs. x

Then, money lent to Rajat = ` (20000 x)

SI for Anshul = x * 20 * 4/100 = 20x/25

SI for Rajat = (20000 - x) * 24 * 4/100 =

According to the question,

20x/25 - (20000 - x) 24/25 = 864

x = 11400

Amount lent to Rajat = Rs. (20000 11400) = Rs. 8600

10. A 280-m-long train takes 20 sec to cross a person who is going in the same direction with the

speed of 6 km/h. After crossing that person, the train can reach next station in 45 min. How long

will that person take to reach the station after being crossed by train?

1) 7 hr 3 min

2) 6 hr 3 min

3) 7 hr 30 min

4) 7 hr 50 min

5) 6 hr 30 min

10. 1

Speed of the person = 6 km/hr

Let the speed of train be x m/s

20 = 280/(x - 5/3)

x - 5/3 = 14

x = 47/3m/s

Now the distance covered by train in 45 minutes.

= 47/3 * 60 * 45 = 42300

Time taken by person to cover the distance

= 42300/(6*5/18) = 25380 sec

25380/(60 * 60) = 7 hours 3 minutes

Directions (Q.1-5): Study the bar graph carefully and answer the following questions.

The number of male and female probationary officers in various banks

60000

56000

58000

62000

59000

Solution:

2. What is the ratio of male to female probationary officers in all six banks?

5:4

3:2

2:3

7:8

4:5

Solution:

3.In HDFC 40% males and 30% females are unmarried, then what is the ratio of the married males to the

married females in HDFC?

7:5

5:7

12 : 13

2:3

3:5

Solution:

4. If the number of married male probaionary officers in ICICI is euqal to that in PNB, which is 40% of the

male probabtionary officers in PNB, then what is the percentage of married male probationary officers in ICIC

with respect to the total number of probationary officers in ICIC?

25.51%

28%

27.91%

22%

23.33%

Solution:

5. The male probationary officers in PNB is what per cent more than the female probationary officers in BOI?

74.8%

74%

75%

75.4%

78%

Solution:

Directions (Q.6-10): The following table shows the percentage of marks obtained by five students in six

different subjects. Answer the following questions based on this table.

49.7

47.7

57

42.7

53.7

Solution:

414.5

413.5

413

313.5

None of these

Solution:

58%

48.16%

53.16%

78.16%

68.16%

Solution:

9. What is the difference between the total marks obtained by Mukesh in Chemistry, Hindi and Maths and that

obtained by Amit in the same subjects?

43

23

22

42

12

Solution:

10.The marks scored by Ravi in Physics is approximately what per cent of the marks scored by him in Hindi?

66%

76%

86%

56%

36%

Solution:

1. A person invested Rs 4400 in two parts one at 6% and the other at 10% rate of interest. If his over all gain

is 9%, find the money invested at 6% interest.

4400

3300

5500

3500

6000

Solution:

2. The average age of P and Q is 20 years. If R were to replace P, the average would be 19 and if R were to

replace Q, the average would be 21. What are the age of P, Q and R?

22, 18, 20

20, 20, 18

18, 22, 20

18, 20, 22

None of these

Solution:

3. 3 years ago the average age of a family of 5 members was 17 years. With the birth of a new baby, the

average age of six members remains the same even today. Find the age of the new baby.

1 year

2 year

1 1/2 year

4 year

None of these

Solution:

4. The average of a batsman for 40 innings is 50 runs. His highest score exceeds his lowest score by 172

runs. If these two innings are excluded, his average drops by 2 runs. Find his highest score.

172

173

174

175

None of these

Solution:

5. A family consists of grandparents, parents and three grandchildren. The average age of the grandparents

is 67 years, that of the parents is 35 years and that of the grandchildren is 6 years. What is the average age of

the family?

35 years

None of these

Solution:

6. A man traveled one-third of journey with 10 m/sec; Two-third of remaining journey with 20 m/sec; rest of

the journey with 30 m/sec. What is his average speed for whole journey in m/sec?

14

15

16

18

None of these

Solution:

7. Six litres of a 20% solution of alcohol in water are mixed with 4 litres of a 60% solution of alcohol in water.

Find the percentage of alcohol in the mixture.

80

40

36

48

None of these

Solution:

8. A company blends two varieties of tea from two different tea gardens, one variety costing Rs 20 per kg and

other Rs 25 per kg, in the ratio 5 : 4. He sells the blended tea at Rs 23 per kg. Find his profit percent.

5% profit

3.5% loss

3.5% profit

No profit, no loss

None of these

Solution:

9. The amount of water (in ml) that should be added to reduce 9 ml lotion, containing 50% alcohol, to a lotion

containing 30% alcohol, is:

5 ml

4 ml

3 ml

6 ml

None of these

Solution:

10. Three math classes X, Y and Z take an algebra test. The average score in class X is 83. The average score

in class Y is 76. The average score in class Z is 85. The average score of all students in classes X and Y

together is 79. The average score of all students in classes Y and Z together is 81. What is the average score

for all the three classes?

81

81.5

80

70

None of these

Solution:

Directions (Q. 1 - 5): In each of the following series a wrong number is given. Find out that number.

1) 343

2) 365

3) 404

4) 453

5) 598

1) 12

2) 15

3) 24

4) 52

5) 135

1) 1.5

2) 6

3) 67.5

4) 877.5

5) 14917.5

1) 15

2) 1

3) 625

4) 256

5) 1296

1) 3

2) 8

3) 13

4) 195

5) 2047.5

Directions (Q. 6-10): In each of the following questions two equations I and II are given. You have to solve

both the equations and give answer:

1) If x < y

2) if x <= y

3) if x >= y

4) if x > y

5) if x = y or no relationship can be established between x and y.

6.

I. x = 379507

7.

I. x^2 + 13x + 42 = 0

II. y^2 + 11y + 28 = 0

8.

I. x^2 + 14x + 48 = 0

II. y^2 + 12y + 35 = 0

9.

I. 2x + 3y = 9

II. 4x + 5y = 17

10.

I. x = 4/3 y

II. y/2 = -7/4

Answers:

1. 2

6. 4

x = 43 & y = +/-28

7. 2

x = -7 or -6 & y = -7 or -4

8. 5

x = - 8 or -6 & y = -7 or -5

9. 4

x=3&y=1

10. 1

Directions (Q. 1-10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below

it.

Every year, the sun irradiates the land masses on earth with the equivalent of 19,000 billion

tonnes of oil equivalent (toe). Only a fraction 9 billion toe would satisfy the worlds current

energy requirements. Put differently, in 20 minutes, the amount of solar energy falling on the earth

could power the planet for one year. Every hour the sun beams onto Earth more than enough

energy to satisfy global energy needs for an entire year. Solar energy is the technology used to

harness the suns energy and make it useable. Today, the technology produces less than one

tenth of one per cent of global energy demand. All energy originates with the sun except for

nuclear, geothermal and tidal energy. Solar energy comes to us as high intensity radiation (light

energy). As it falls on the earth, it is transformed into heat by any surface or material be it the

atmosphere, soil, buildings, or even the furniture in front of a window. This heat also drives the

worlds weather systems including wind, rain and river flow.

Through photosynthesis, plants also turn solar energy into new growth. Many people are familiar

with so-called photovoltaic cells, or solar panels, found on things like spacecraft, rooftops, and

handheld calculators. The cells are made of semiconductor materials like those found in

computer chips. When sunlight hits the cells, it knocks electrons loose from their atoms. As the

electrons flow through the cell, they generate electricity. Photo-voltaic were initially, and still are,

used to power small and medium-sized applications, from the calculator powered by a single

solar cell to off-grid homes powered by a photovoltaic array. They are an important and relatively

inexpensive source of electrical energy where grid power is inconvenient, unreasonably

expensive to connect, or simply unavailable. However, as the cost of solar electricity is falling,

solar power is also increasingly being used even in grid-connected situations as a way to feed

low-carbon energy into the grid. On a much larger scale, solar thermal power plants employ

various techniques to concentrate the suns energy as a heat source. The heat is then used to boil

water to drive a steam turbine that generates electricity in much the same fashion as coal and

nuclear power plants, supplying electricity for thousands of people. In one technique, long

troughs of Ushaped mirrors focus sunlight on a pipe of oil that runs through the middle. The hot

oil then boils water for electricity generation. Another technique uses movable mirrors to focus

the suns rays on a collector tower, where a receiver sits.

Molten salt flowing through the receiver is heated to run a generator. Other solar technologies

are passive. For example, big windows placed on the sunny side of a building allow sunlight to

heat-absorbent materials on the floor and walls. These surfaces then release the heat at night to

keep the building warm. Similarly, absorbent plates on a roof can heat liquid in tubes that supply

a house with hot water. Solar energy is lauded as an inexhaustible fuel source that is pollution

and often noise free. The technology is also versatile. For example, solar cells generate energy for

far-out places like satellites in Earth orbit and cabins deep in the Rocky Mountains as easily as

they can power downtown buildings and futuristic cars. But solar energy doesnt work at night

without a storage device such as a battery, and cloudy weather can make the technology

unreliable during the day. Solar technologies are also very expensive and require a lot of land

area to collect the suns energy at rates useful to lots of people. Despite the drawbacks, solar

energy use has surged at about 20 per cent a year over the past 15 years, thanks to rapidly falling

prices and gains in efficiency. Japan, Germany, and the United States are major markets for solar

cells. With tax incentives, solar electricity can often pay for itself in five to ten years.

1) Sources of solar energy

2) Rooftops

3) Photovoltaic

4) Leclanche cell

5) None of these

1) Grid power

2) Photovoltaic cells

3) Generator

4) Solar cells

5) None of these

1) Solar thermal power plants

3) Coal

4) Molten salt

5) None of these

1) It's a unreliable source of energy

2) It doesn't work at night without a storage

3) It is a limited source of energy

4) All the above

5) None of these

1) Photovoltaic systems use no fuel

2) Indian government has announced various financial incentives to encourage the use of Solar power

3) Solar power is not competitive with fossil fuels in India

4) Solar power plant generated are utilised for commercial use only

5) None of these

1) Glowing

2) Igneous

3) Melted

4) Docile

5) Active

1) Lifeless

2) Geared

3) Colourful

4) Important

5) Active

1) Finite

2) Endless

3) Unlimited

4) Calculable

5) Revere

1) Glorified

2) Praised

3) Planted

4) Concerned

5) Alived

10. Which of the following is FALSE in the context of the given passage ?

1) It brings you an array of solutions from standalone rooftop solar panels for homes and small

businesses.

2) Solar energy is the endless energy which is received from the sun

3) Solar system a cost-effective

4) All of the above

5) None of these

Answers:

1. 3

2. 1

3. 5

4. 1

5. 5

6. 3

7. 5

8. 1

9. 2

10. 5

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