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NTSE (STAGE-I) TESTPAPER # 1

CLASS -X

MENTAL APTITUDE TEST (MAT)

Time : 1½ Hr. Max. Marks : 90

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

1. The booklet given in the examination hall is the Question Paper.

2. A student has to write his/her answers in the OMR sheet by darkening the appropriate bubble with the help of

HB Pencil as the correct answer(s) of the question attempted.

3. Paper carries 90 questions each of 1 (one) mark.

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form is not allowed.

5. Write your Name & Roll No. in the space provided in the bottom of this booklet.

6. There is no negative marking. Do not spend too much time on a particular question.

7. Before answering the paper, fill up the required details in the blank space provided in the answer sheet.

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TEST PAPER # 1
Directions : (1 to 8) Find the missing term(s) — funsZ'k : (1 l s8) y qIr in K kr d hft ;s% —
1. 4, 7, 10, 11, 22, 17, 46, 25, ? 1. 4, 7, 10, 11, 22, 17, 46, 25, ?
(A) 58 (B) 69 (A) 58 (B) 69
(C) 86 (D) 94 (C) 86 (D) 94

2. 7, 11, 16, 23, 25, 35, ? 2. 7, 11, 16, 23, 25, 35, ?
(A) 34 (B) 36 (A) 34 (B) 36
(C) 38 (D) 42 (C) 38 (D) 42

3. 2, 2, 4, 4, 6, 8, 8, ? 3. 2, 2, 4, 4, 6, 8, 8, ?
(A) 10 (B) 12 (A) 10 (B) 12
(C) 14 (D) 16 (C) 14 (D) 16

4. LO, IL, FI, CF, ? 4. LO, IL, FI, CF, ?


(A) ZB (B) AB (A) ZB (B) AB
(C) ZC (D) ZO (C) ZC (D) ZO

5. AH, DL, GP, JT, ? 5. AH, DL, GP, JT, ?


(A) MY (B) NX (A) MY (B) NX
(C) MX (D) NY (C) MX (D) NY

6. TYU, NSO, HMI, ? 6. TYU, NSO, HMI, ?


(A) AGC (B) CGC (A) AGC (B) CGC
(C) GBC (D) BGC (C) GBC (D) BGC

7. CIR, GMV, KQZ, OUD, ? 7. CIR, GMV, KQZ, OUD, ?


(A) YSH (B) SHR (A) YSH (B) SHR
(C) SYH (D) SRY (C) SYH (D) SRY

8. ba _ b _ a _ _ ba _ b 8. ba _ b _ a _ _ ba _ b
(A) ababa (B) baabb (A) ababa (B) baabb
(C) abaab (D) bbaab (C) abaab (D) bbaab

Directions : (9) There is a letter series in the first row funsZ'k : (9) ;gk¡iz
'u d higy hia
fä es
a,d v {kj Js
.khgSv kS
j
and a number series in the second row. Each
number in the number series stands for a nwl jh iafä esa,d l a[;k Js.kh gS- l a[;k Js.kh d h
letter in the letter series. Since in each of izR;sd l a[;kv {kj Js.khd s,d v {kj d kcks/kd jkrh
that series some term are missing you have
to find out as to what those terms are, and gS] pw¡fd buesal sizR;sd Js.kh esad qN in y qIr gSrks
answer the questions based on these as given
K kr d hft , fd osin d kSu&l sgSA
below in the series.
9. a _ h n _ c _ n e _ h _ e a c _ _ _ _ _ 9. a _ h n _ c _ n e _ h _ e a c _ _ _ _ _
6 5 _ 8 7 _ 9 _ _ 6 9 8 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 6 5 _ 8 7 _ 9 _ _ 6 9 8 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
The last five terms of the number series are la[;k Jsa.kh d svfUre ik¡p in gSaA
(A) 76968 (B) 87659 (A) 76968 (B) 87659
(C) 69758 (D) 76985
(C) 69758 (D) 76985
Directions : (10 to 11) Which number should come funsZ'k : (10 l s11) d kS
ul kv a
d iz'u okpd fpUg~'?' d sLFkku
in place of question mark '?'.
ij v k l d rk gSA
5 1 126
5 1 126
10. 4 4 68 10. 4 4 68
7 5 ?
7 5 ?
(A) 340 (B) 348
(A) 340 (B) 348
(C) 400 (D) 70
(C) 400 (D) 70

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16 4 64 16 4 64
11. 9 9 25 4 4 4 49 ? 81 11. 9 9 25 4 4 4 49 ? 81
36 4 100 36 4 100
(A) 15 (B) 16 (A) 15 (B) 16
(C) 17 (D) 18 (C) 17 (D) 18

12. If HERCULES is coded as JCTAWJGQ, then 12. ;fn HERCULES d ksJCTAWJGQ lsd ksM +fd ;k
what is the code for APHORDITE ? t k;srksAPHORDITE d sfy ,sD;k d ksM +gksxk ?
(A) CNMJTBKRG (B) CNJMTBKSG (A) CNMJTBKRG (B) CNJMTBKSG
(C) CNJMTBKRG (D) CNJMTCKRG (C) CNJMTBKRG (D) CNJMTCKRG

13. If FERRARI is coded as JSBSSFG, then what 13. ;fn FERRARI d ksJSBSSFG lsd ks M+fd ;kt k;srks
is the code for RENAULT ?
RENAULT d sfy ,sD;kd ks
M +gksxk?
(A) UMVBQFS (B) UMVBOES
(A) UMVBQFS (B) UMVBOES
(C) UMVAOFS (D) UMVBOFS
(C) UMVAOFS (D) UMVBOFS
14. If RENT is written as ‘÷ + × –’ SAND is written 14. ;fn RENT d ks‘÷ + × –’ fy [kk t k;sSAND d ks
as ‘ / × < ‘ then how can START be written in ‘ / × < ‘ fy[kkt k;srksmlhd ks
M+es
aSTART d ksD;k
that code ?
fy [kkt k;sxk ?
(A) + – / ÷ – (B) – / ÷ – 
(A) + – / ÷ – (B) – / ÷ – 
(C) × ÷ / – + (D) × – / ÷ –
(C) × ÷ / – + (D) × – / ÷ –
15. In a certain code language : 15. fd lhd ksM +Hkk"kkesa:
'743' means 'Mangoes are good'. '743' d kvFkZ'Mangoes are good' '657' d kvFkZ
'657' means 'Eat good food' and '934' means
'Eat good food' rFkk'934' d kvFkZ'Mangoes are
'Mangoes are ripe'.
Which digit means 'ripe' in that language ? ripe' mlh Hkk"kk esafd l la
[;k d k vFkZ'ripe' gks
xk?
(A) 5 (B) 4 (A) 5 (B) 4
(C) 9 (D) 7 (C) 9 (D) 7

16. A meaningful nine-letter English word is formed 16. uhpsnhxbZfxzM +d slHkhv{kjksad kmi;ksx d jd s,d
using all the alphabets given in the grid below, ukSv{kjksad k vFkZ& iw.kZvxsazt h 'kCn cukuk gSa]ft ld k
starting with alphabet of a corner block, moving
izkjEHkfxz
M d sd ks
usoky so.kZls?ka Mhd hfn'kkesapy rs
in clockwise direction and ending at the alphabet
in the central grid. What is the fourth alphabet gq,srFkkmld kvUr fxz M d sd s Unzoky sv{kj ij gksrks
of the word ? ml 'kCn d k pkSFkk v{kj d kSulk gksxk ?
(A) o (A) o
m m o m m o
(B) d (B) d
o y d o y d
(C) t (C) t
(D) m c t i (D) m c t i

17. How many 5’s are there in the following number 17. fuEu la
[;kvuq
Ø e es
a;gka,s
l sfd rus5 gSft ud srq
jUr
sequence which are immediately followed by 3
ckn 3 gksy sfd u ft ud srqjUr igy s7 ughagks?
but not immediately preceded by 7 ?
8953253855687335775365335738
8953253855687335775365335738
(A) 1 (B) 2
(A) 1 (B) 2
(C) 3 (D) 4
(C) 3 (D) 4

18. If the alphabets were written in the reverse order, 18. ;fn vxzsat h o.kZeky k d ksmYVsØ e esafy [kk t k, rks
which letter will be the fifth letter to the left of d kS
u&lkv{kj ck;s alspks ngos
av{kj d sck;havks
j ika
pok
the fourteenth letter from the left. v{kj gksxk \
(A) R (B) I (A) R (B) I
(C) S (D) H (C) S (D) H

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19. How many pairs of letters are there in the word 19. 'kCn 'HORIZON' esa;gka,sl sfd rusv{kj ;qXe gS
'HORIZON' which have as many letters between ft ud se/; mrusghv{kj gSft rusd hvaxz
t ho.kZ
s ekyk
them in the word as in the English alphabet ? esamud se/; gksrsgS\
(A) One (B) Two (A) ,d (B) nks
(C) Three (D) More than three (C) rhu (D) rhu lsvf/kd

20. Number of letters skipped in between adjacent 20. Js.kh d sØ ekxr v{kjksaesaNwVsgq, v{kj Ø e'k%nksls
letters in the series decreases by two. Which d e gksrst krsgS]buesalsd kSulh JS.kh bl fu;e d k
of the following series observes this rule ? iky u d jrh gS\
(A) FQWBG (B) HQXCF (A) FQWBG (B) HQXCF
(C) TBINO (D) XFMQU (C) TBINO (D) XFMQU

Directions : (21 to 23) Answer the questions on the funsZ'k : (21 l s23) fuEu l qp ukv ksad sv k/kkj ij iz'uksad s
basis of the information given below. If
mÙkj nhft ;sA ;fn ‘$’ iznf'kZr d jrk gks + d ks]
‘$’ represents ‘+’, ‘  ’ represents ‘–’,
‘’ iznf'kZ
r d jrkgks‘–’ d k]s ‘#’ iz
nf'kZ
r d jrkgks‘×’
‘#’ represents ‘×’ and ‘@’ represents ‘/’ then
answer the following questions based on the d ksrFkk‘@’ iznf'kZ
r d jrkgks‘/’ d ks] rksbu fpUgks
ad s
above given representation. iz
n'kZu d sv k/kkj ij fuEu iz 'uksad smÙkj nhft ;s
A

21. What is the value of 4 # 3 $ 10 @ 5 $ 8 # 2  18 ? 21. 4 # 3 $ 10 @ 5 $ 8 # 2  18 d k eku D;k gksxk ?


(A) 10 (B) 12 (A) 10 (B) 12
(C) 6.8 (D) 11.2 (C) 6.8 (D) 11.2

22. Which of the following has the value equivalent 22. fuEu esa ls fd ld k eku 5 $ 6 # 2 $ 8 @ 4 d s
of 5 $ 6 # 2 $ 8 @ 4 ? cjkcj gSa?
(A) 4 # 7  12 $ 2 # 1 (B) 8 # 2  3 $ 6 @ 3 (A) 4 # 7  12 $ 2 # 1 (B) 8 # 2  3 $ 6 @ 3
(C) 8 @ 2  3 $ 6 # 3 (D) 4 $ 7  12 $ 2 # 1 (C) 8 @ 2  3 $ 6 # 3 (D) 4 $ 7  12 $ 2 # 1

23. Which of the given values is greater than 23. fn;sx;sekuksesalsfd ld k eku
7 $ 3  2 $ 12 @ 4 = ? 7 $ 3  2 $ 12 @ 4 lsvf/kd gks
xk = ?
(A) 4 # 3 $ 6 @ 3  4 (A) 4 # 3 $ 6 @ 3  4
(B) 5 # 2  8 @ 4 $ 3 # 3  7 (B) 5 # 2  8 @ 4 $ 3 # 3  7
(C) 6 # 3  18 @ 2 $ 1 # 2 (C) 6 # 3  18 @ 2 $ 1 # 2
(D) 9 @ 3 $ 6 # 2  2 # 1 (D) 9 @ 3 $ 6 # 2  2 # 1

Directions : (24) In the following questions, the funsZ'k : (24) fuEu iz'uksaesa] fpUgksa©, © , =, @, @ d k
symbols ©, © , =, @, @ are used as follows
mi;ksx fuEukuql kj gSA
A © B means A is greater than B.
A © B d k v FkZA, B l scM+
k gSA
A © B means A is either greater than or equal
A © B d k v FkZA, B l scM+
k ;k cjkcj gSA
to B.
A = B means A is equal to B. A = B d k v FkZA, B d scjkcj gSA
A @ B means A is smaller than B.
A @ B d k v FkZA, B l sN ks
Vk gSA
A @ B means A is either smaller than or equal
A @ B d k v FkZA, B l sN ksVk ;k cjkcj gSA
to B.
Now in the following question, assuming the v c fuEu iz'u esa] rhuksd Fkuksad ksl R; ekursgq,]
three statements to be true, state which of
the two conclusions I and II given below them
uhpsfn;sx;snksfu"d "kksZaI rFkk II esad kSul k fuf'pr
are definitely true. : i l sl R; gksxkA

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24. Statements : (i) M @ K, (ii) K © R, (iii) R © P 24. d Fku : (i) M @ K, (ii) K © R, (iii) R © P
Conclusions : I. P @ K II. P @ M fu"d "kZ: I. P @ K II. P @ M
(A) Only conclusion I is true (A) flQ Zfu"d "kZI lR; gS
(B) Only conclusion II is true (B) flQ Zfu"d "kZII lR; gS
(C) Either I or II is true (C) ;k rksI ;k II lR; gS
(D) Both I and II are true
(D) nksuksaI rFkkII lR; gSA
Directions : (25 to 29) Read the following information funsZ'k : (25 l s29) fuEu l qp ukv ksad ks/;ku iwoZd if<+;srFkk
carefully and answer the questions that iz'uksad smÙkj nhft ;st ksbud k v uql j.k d jrsgSaA
follow.
I. ,d l w eg esa( A, B, C, D, E rFkk F) N % N k=kksa
I. There are six students ( A, B, C, D, E and F)
gSA izR;sd N k=k] l axhr] i<+kbZ] fp=kd kjh]
in a group. Each student can opt for only
three choices out of the six which are csM feUVu] fØ d sV rFkkVsful bu N % esal sfl Q Z
music, reading, painting, badminton, rhu d ksil Un d j l d rk gSaA
cricket and tennis. II. A, C rFkk F i<+ uk il Un d jrsgSaA
II. A, C and F like reading. III. D d kscsMfeUVu ilUn ughagS ]ysfd u la xhr ilUn gS Aa
III. D does not like badminton, but likes
IV. B rFkkE nku skasd ksfp=kd kjhrFkkla xhr ilUn gS A
music.
V. A rFkk D d ksfp=kd kjh il Un ughagS a] y sfd u
IV. Both B and E like painting and music.
V. A and D do not like painting, but they like mud ksfØ d sV il Un gSA
cricket. VI. ,d N k=k d ksN ks M +d j l Hkh N k=kksad kscsM +feUVu
VI. All student except one like badminton. il Un gSA
VII. Two students like tennis. VII. nksN k=kksad ksVsful il Un gSA
VIII. F does not like cricket, music and tennis.
VIII. F d ksfØ d s
V] l axhr rFkk Vsful il Un ughagSA
25. W hich pair of students has the same 25. Nk=kksad sd kSulslewg d h ilUn leku gSA
combination of choices ?
(A) A rFkk C (B) C rFkkD
(A) A and C (B) C and D
(C) B rFkk E (D) D rFkkF
(C) B and E (D) D and F

26. Who among the following students likes both 26. fuEu Nk=kksaesalsd kSu Vsful rFkk fØ d sV nksuksailUn
tennis and cricket ? d jrsgSa?
(A) A and B (B) C (A) A rFkk B (B) C
(C) B and D (D) D
(C) B rFkkD (D) D

27. How many students like painting and 27. fd rusNk=kksad ksfp=kd kjhrFkkcsM feUVu ilUn gSa?
badminton ? (A) 1 (B) 2
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4
(C) 3 (D) 4

28. Who among the following do not like music ? 28. fuEu esalsd kSu laxhr ilUn ughad jrsgSa?
(A) A , C and D (B) A, B and C (A) A, C rFkk D (B) A, B rFkk C
(C) A, C and F (D) B, D and F (C) A, C rFkk F (D) B, D rFkk F

29. Which of the following is the most popular choice ? 29. fuEu esalsfd ld kslclsvf/kd Nk=kilUn d jrsgSa?
(A) Tennis (B) Badminton (A) Vs
ful (B) cs
M+feUVu
(C) Reading (D) Painting (C) i<+kbZ (D) fp=kd kjh

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Directions : (30 to 32) Study the given information funsZ'k : (30 l s32) fuEu l qp ukv ksad ks/;kuiwoZd if<+;srFkk
carefully and answer the questions that
follow. bu ij v k/kkfjr iz'uksad smÙkj nhft ;sA
In a swimming race, five participants - A , B, ,d rSjkd h izfr;ksfxrk esaik¡p izfr;ksxh - A, B, C,
C, D and E take part. Lane 1 is extreme left
D rFkkE Hkkx y srsgSaA y su 1 ck;hav ksj d h l cl s
and lane 5 is extreme right. The following
conditions exist . ckgjh rFkk y su 5 nk;hav ksj l cl sckgjh y su gSaA
I. B and E are not swimming adjacent to I. B rFkk E ,d nw l jsd scxy esaugharSjrsgSaA
each other.
II. D is not in one of the extreme (outermost) II. D v fUre N ksj oky s(ckgjh) y su ij ughagSaA
lanes. III. A, C d sck;sagSaA
III. A is to the left of C.
30. If B is in lane 3, A in lane 1, then C could be in 30. ;fn B y su 3 esagks, A y su 1 esagksrksC fd lesagksxk?
(A) lane 4 (A) y s
u4
(B) lane 2 (B) y s
u2
(C) lane 2 or 4 (C) y s
u 2 ;k4
(D) Situation violates the conditions
(D) fLFkfr iz
frca/klsckgj gSa
31. If B is in lane 4 and C is in lane 3, then E could 31. ;fn B ysu 4 es
arFkkC y s
u 3 es
agksrksE fd lesagksxkA
be in (A) y s
u1
(A) lane 1
(B) y s
u2
(B) lane 2
(C) lane 1 or 2 (C) y s
u 1 ;k2
(D) None of these (D) buesalsd ksbZugha
32. If D is to the left of A, then D can be in 32. ;fn D, A d scka;sgksrc D gksld rk gSA
(A) lane 2 (B) lane 3 only (A) y s
u2 (B) flQ Zy s
u3
(C) lane 2 or 3 (D) None of these (C) y s
u 2 ;k 3 (D) buesalsd ksbZugha
33. The letters L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T in their 33. v{kj L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S rFkk T d scny sesa1 ls
order are substituted by nine integers 1 to 9 but 9 rd ukSva d fy [kst k;sy Sfd u ;smlh Ø e esaugha
not in that order. 4 is assigned to P. The difference gS
a]ft l Ø e es av{kj fn;sx;sgSaA P d sfy;svad 4 gSa
A
between P and T is 5. The difference between N P rFkk T d se/; vUrj 5 gS A N rFkk T d se/; vUrj
and T is 3. What is the integer assigned to N ? 3 gSaA N d sfy , d kSulk vad gksxk ?
(A) 7 (B) 5 (A) 7 (B) 5
(C) 4 (D) 6 (C) 4 (D) 6

Directions : (34 to 35) Answer the questions on the funsZ'k : (34 l s35) fuEu l qp ukv ksad sv k/kkj ij iz'uksad s
basis of the information given below. Six
mÙkj nhft ;sA N % O;fä ,d oÙ̀kkd kj est d spkjks
people are to be seated around a circular
table keeping equal distance among each v kSj ,d nwl jsl scjkcj nqjh ij cSBsgq, gSaA uohu]
other. Naveen cannot sit adjacent to Laxman, y {e.k] ek/koh ;k iquhr d scxy esaughacSB l d rk
Madhvi or Puneet. However, Kamini insists gSaA fd Urqd kfeuh] ek/koh d scxy esacSBh gSarFkk
on sitting adjacent to Madhvi and in the
anticlockwise direction with respect to ek/koh l s?kM+hd h foijhr fn'kk esagSaA v kseizd k'k Hkh
Madhvi. Omprakash should also be seated. cSBk gksuk pkfg;sA
34. In how many possible arrangements can these 34. oÙ̀kkd kj est d spkjksvkSj bu N%O;fä ;ksad scSBusad s
six people seat themselves around the circular
fd rusrjhd slEHko gksld rsgSa?
table ?
(A) 1 (B) 2
(A) 1 (B) 2
(C) 4 (D) 6
(C) 4 (D) 6

35. Who sits opposite to Madhvi ? 35. ek/koh d sfoijhr d kSu cSBk gSa?
(A) Naveen (B) Laxman (A) uohu (B) y {e.k
(C) Omprakash (D) Can't be determined (C) vks
eiz d k'k (D) Kkr ughad j ld rs

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36. Six roads lead to a country. They may be 36. ,d ns'k lsN%lM+d sfud y rh gSA bud ksv{kj X, Y,
indicated by letters X, Y, Z and digits 1, 2, 3. Z rFkkva d 1, 2, 3 }kjkiz
nf'kZr d j ld rsgS A t c ;gk¡
a
When there is a storm, Y is blocked. When there vk/akhvkrhgSrkslM+ d Y t ke gkst krhgSAa t c ;gkack<+
are floods X, 1 and 2 will be affected. When road vkrhgSrksX, 1 rFkk2 iz Hkkfor gks
xs
A t c lM+
a d 1 t ke
1 is blocked, Z also is blocked. At a time when gks
xhrksZ Hkht ke gksxhA ,d ghle; ij t c ;gk¡ck<+
there are floods and a storm also blows, which rFkk vka/kh vkrh gSrksd kSulh lM+d d k mi;ksx d j
road(s) can be used ? ld rsgSaA
(A) Z and 2 (B) Only Z (A) Z rFkk2 (B) flQ ZZ
(C) Only 3 (D) Only Y (C) flQ Z3 (D) flQ ZY

Directions : (37) Eight students Amit, Beena, Chhaya, funsZ'k : (37) v kB N k=k v fer] chuk] N k;k] nhid ] ,d rk]
Deepak, Ekta, Farida, Girish and Harish are Q jhnk] fxjh'k rFkk gjh'k d kj nkSM +d h ,d ;kst uk
planning to enjoy car racing. There are only
cukrsgSA ;gk¡fl Q Znksd kjsgSrFkkfuEu izfrcU/kgSaA
two cars and following are the conditions :
I. ,d d kj es av f/kd re ik¡p rFkkd e l sd e pkj
I. One car can accommodate maximum
five and minimum four students. N k=k cSB l d rsgSA
II. Amit will sit in the same car in which II. v fer ml h d kj es acSBrk gS] ft l esanhid
Deepak is sitting but Harish is not in the cSBrkgSy Sfd u gjh'kml d kj esaughacSBrkgSA
same car. III. chukrFkkN k;kml hd kj es aughacSBrsgSft l esa
III. Beena and Chhaya can’t sit in the same nhid cSBrk gSaA
car in which Deepak is sitting.
IV. Q jhnk fl Q Zpkj O;fä ;ks aoky h d kj esa] v fer
IV. Farida will sit in the car of four people
only along with Amit and Ekta but rFkk ,d rk d sl kFk cSBrh gSay Sfd u fu'pr ugha
certainly not with Girish. gSfd fxjh'k Hkh l kFk cSBk gksA

37. If Harish and Girish are sitting in the same car, 37. gjh'krFkkfxjh'k;fn ,d ghd kj esacSBsgksrks]mlh
who are other two students sitting in the same d kj esad kSu vU; nksNk=k cSBsgSa?
car ?
(A) chukrFkkNk;k (B) ,d rkrFkknhid
(A) Beena and Chhaya (B) Ekta and Deepak
(C) Chhaya and Deepak (D) Beena and Amit (C) Nk;krFkknhid (D) chukrFkkvfer

38. Six students A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in 38. N%Nk=kA, B, C, D, E rFkkF ,d eSnku esacSBsgSA A
the field. A and B are from Delhi while the rest rFkk B fnYy h lst cfd 'ks"k cSaxy ksj lsgSaA D rFkk F
are from bangalore. D and F are tall while others y EcsgSt cfd vU; NksVsgSA A, C rFkk D y M+fd ;kagSa
are short. A, C and D are girls while others are t cfd vU; y M+d sgSA d kSulh y M+d h y Ech gS] t ks
boys. Which is the tall girl from Bangalore? cSaxy ksj lsgS?
(A) F (B) D (A) F (B) D
(C) E (D) C (C) E (D) C

39. In a family of 8 persons viz. A, B, C, D, E, F, G 39. vkB O;fä ;ksaA, B, C, D, E, F, G rFkk H esa3 ;qXy
and H, there are 3 couples and 4 females. All rFkk4 efgyk;s agS
A lHkh;qXykases
aflQ Z,d fo'k"sk;qXy d ks
couples excepting one particular, have 1 child NkMsd+ j iz
R;sd d s,d cPpkgS A G rFkkF ppjsHkkbZ @cfgu
each. G and F are cousins. B is the grandmother
gS
A B, G d hnknhrFkkC, A d kiq =kgSA ;fn ;qXy C - H
of G and C is the son of A. If couple C - H has a
daughter F then how is G related to E ? d s,d iq =khF gksrksG, E lsfd l iz d kj lEcfU/kr gS?
(A) Grandson (B) Granddaughter (A) izks
=k (B) izks
=kh
(C) Son (D) Daughter-in-law (C) iq=k (D) lkyh

40. B is to the South-West of A, C is to the east of 40. B, A d snf{k.k&if'pe es a] C, B d siwoZesarFkk A d s


B and South east of A, and D is to the North of nf{k.k&iwoZesagS]vkSj D, C d smÙkj esaft l js[kkesaB
C in line with B and A. In which direction of A is rFkk A gSA A d h fd l fn'kk esaD fLFkr gSa?
D located ?
(A) mÙkj (B) iw
oZ
(A) North (B) East
(C) South-East (D) North-East (C) nf{k.k&iw
oZ (D) mÙkj&iwoZ

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41. Ram goes 8 km towards west from a certain 41. jke fd lhfcUnqls8 km if'pe esapyrkgS A rc vius
point. Then after turning to his right the he goes nk;saeqM +usd sckn og 8 km py rk gSA vUr esaog
8 km. In the end he goes 25 km towards South- 25 km nf{k.kiw oZespy rkgSA vc og viusiz
kjfEHkd
East. How far is he now from his starting point ? fcUnqlsfd ruk nwj gS?
(A) 10 km (B) 20 km (A) 10 km (B) 20 km
(C) 15 km (D) None of these (C) 15 km (D) buesalsd ksbZugha
42. While facing East you turned to your left and 42. t c vkid kew¡g iwoZesagSa]vki viusck;saeqM +rsgksvkSj
walk 10 m, then turned to your left and walk 10 10 m py rsgks ]rc viusck;saeqM +rsgksvkSj 10 ehVj
m and now you turn 45º towards your right and pyrsgks ]vkSj rc vki 45º lsvkid snk;s aeqMr+sgksrFkk
go straight to cover 25 m. Now in which direction lh/ks25 km pyrsgks A vc vki viusiz kjfEHkd fcUnqls
are you from your starting point ? fd l fn'kkesagksA
(A) North-East (B) South-West (A) mÙkj-iwoZ (B) nf{k.k-if'pe
(C) South-East (D) North-West (C) nf{k.k-iw
oZ (D) mÙkj-if'pe

43. What is related to 'Taka' in the same way as 43. ft l izd kj y hjkla
cfU/kr gSbVy hls ]mlhizd kj Vd k
'Lira' is related to 'Italy' ? fd llslacfU/kr gksxk ?
(A) Pakistan (B) Jordan (A) ikfd Lrku (B) t ks
MZu
(C) Mexico (D) Bangladesh
(C) es
fDld ks (D) cka
Xykns'k
44. What is related to 'Diamond' in the same way 44. ft l izd kj eqy k;e lacfU/kr gSekse ls] mlh izd kj
as 'Soft' is related to 'Wax' ? ghjk fd llslacfU/kr gksxk ?
(A) Rough (B) Bright (A) [kq
jnjk (B) ped hy k
(C) Smooth (D) Hard (C) fpd uk (D) d Bks
j
Directions : (45 to 47) In each of the following funsZ'k : (45 l s47) fuEufy f[kr izR;sd iz'u esanks'kCn fn;s
questions, there are two terms to the left of x;sgSaA ft ud schp ,d fuf'pr l EcU/k gSv kid ksa
the sign :: which are related in some way. mÙkj fod Yiksaesal s,sl s'kCn@'kCnksad k p;u d juk
Obtain the same relationship between the
term to the right of the sign :: from one of
gSa] ft l d k l EcU/k oSl k gh gks] t Sl k fd izFke nks
the four alternatives given under it. 'kCnksad schp fn;k gSaA

45. Rich : Poor : : Enemy : ? 45. /kuoku : xjhc : : 'k=kq: ?


(A) War (B) Weapons (A) ;q) (B) gfFk;kj
(C) Friend (D) Hate (C) fe=k (D) ?k.̀kk

46. Bed : Furniture : : 46. iy ax : Q uhZp j : :


(A) Teacher : Education (B) Silver : Metal (A) v/;kid : f'k{kk (B) pk¡
nh: /kkrq
(C) Girl : Frock (D) Scooter : Rider (C) y M+d h: Ý kWd (D) Ld wVj : pky d

47. Profit : Loss : : 47. y kHk : gkfu : :


(A) Adult : Child (B) Whole : Part (A) O;Ld : cPpk (B) lEiw
.kZ: Hkkx
(C) Rupee : Paisa (D) Success : Failure (C) : i;k: iS lk (D) lQ y : Q S y
Directions : (48 to 51) Find out the pair which is funsZ'k : (48 l s51) ml 'kCn@l ewg@l a[;k d ksK kr d jkst ks
different from the others v U; l sfHkUu gksA
48. (A) Work-Leisure 48. (A) d k;Z-vod k'k
(B) Day-Night (B) fnu-jkr
(C) Expedite-Procrastinate (C) izxfr ns
uk-foy Ec d juk
(D) Frequently-Always (D) ckjckj-ges
'kk
49. (A) Banana (B) Apple 49. (A) d s
yk (B) ls
o
(C) Orange (D) Carrot (C) larjk (D) xkt j

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50. (A) 15 (B) 21 50. (A) 15 (B) 21
(C) 63 (D) 81 (C) 63 (D) 81

51. (A) Transport (B) Bus 51. (A) ;krk;kr (B) cl


(C) Car (D) Train (C) d kj (D) js
y

Directions : (52 to 53) Select the diagram that best funsZ'k : (52 ls53) ml v kd f̀r d kpq uko d hft ;st ksfn;sx;s
represents the given relationship. oxksZad schp l oksZÙke l aca/k iznf'kZr d jrk gksA

52. Animals, Cows, Dogs 52. t kuoj, xk;sa, d qÙks

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

53. Students, Children, Animals. 53. fo|kFkhZ, cPps, t kuoj

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

54. Refer to the given diagram and answer the 54. nhxbZvkd f̀r d svuq
l kj fuEu iz'u d kmÙkj nhft ;s
&
following question :

1 d eZ
B
1 Creative
cq
f) eku 4 56
Intelligent 4 56 7
7 2
2 3 vky lh
3 Lethargic

Who are intelligent but lethargic persons ? d kSulkO;fä cqf) eku d slkFk&lkFkvky lhHkhgSa?
(A) 4 (B) 5 (A) 4 (B) 5
(C) 6 (D) 7 (C) 6 (D) 7

55. At what time between 2 and 3 will the hands of 55. 2 vkS
j 3 ct sd se/; fd l le; ?kM+h d h nksuksalqbZ;ka
a clock be in the straight line but not together ,d gh js[kk esagksxh y sfd u lkFk&lkFk ugha?
(A) 45 minutes past 2 (B) 35 minutes past 2 (A) 2 ct d j 45 fefuV (B) 2 ct d j 35 fefuV
(C) 42 minutes past 2 (D) None of these
(C) 2 ct d j 42 fefuV (D) buesalsd ksbZugha

56. A watch, which gains uniformly, is 3 minutes 56. ,d ?kM+


h, jfookj nkisgj d ks3 fefuV ihNsFkhrFkkvxys
slow at noon on Sunday and is 3 minutes 48 igj 2 ct s
jfookj d ksnks ]3 fefuV 48 ls
d .M+vkxsFkhA
seconds fast at 2 p.m. on the following Sunday.
?kM+h usfd l oDr lgh le; crk;k ?
What time it was correct ?
(A) 2 pm on Monday (B) 2 pm on Tuesday (A) lks
eokj 2 p.m (B) eaxy okj 2 p.m
(C) 3 pm on Wednesday (D) 1 pm on Thursday (C) cq
/kokj 3 p.m (D) xq
: okj 1 p.m

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57. A bus for Delhi leaves every thirty minutes from 57. ,d cl LVs.M lsfnYy h d sfy ,sizR;sd 30 fefuV esa
a bus stand. An enquiry clerk told a passenger
cl jokuk gksrh gSaA iwN rkN d k;kZy ; ij ckcwus,d
that the bus had already left ten minutes ago
;k=kh d kscrk;k fd cl 10 fefuV igy st k pqd h gSa]
and the next bus will leave at 9.35 a.m. At what
time did the enquiry clerk give this information rFkk vxy h cl izkr% 9 : 35 ij t k;sxhA ;g lwp uk
to the passenger ? iwN rkN d k;kZy ; oky sckcwus;k=kh d ksd c nh ?
(A) 9.10 am (B) 8.55 am (A) izkr %9.10 (B) iz
kr %8.55
(C) 9.05 am (D) 9.15 am
(C) izkr %9.05 (D) iz
kr %9.15

58. The day after tomorrow will be X-mas day. What 58. ;fn vkt lkesokj gksrFkkd y d sckn d kfnu fØ lfel
will be the day on New-year-day if today is
gksrksu;slky d k fnu d kSulk gksxk ?
Monday ?
(A) lks
eokj (B) xq: okj
(A) Monday (B) Thursday
(C) Sunday (D) Wednesday (C) jfookj (D) cq
/kokj

59. If Saturday falls on 4 Jan 1997, what day of week 59. ;fn 4 t uojh1997 d ks'kfuokj gksrks4 t uojh1998
will fall on 4 Jan 1998 ? d kslIrkg d kd kSulk fnu gksxk ?
(A) Monday (B) Friday (A) lks
eokj (B) 'kqØ okj
(C) Wednesday (D) Sunday (C) cq
/kokj (D) jfookj

Directions : (60 to 61) In each of the following funsZ'k : (60 l s61) fuEu izR;sd iz'u esa;fn v kd f̀r d ks?ku
questions how does the figure look like when d s: i es
aekMsk+t k;srks;g vkd f̀r d lS hfn[kkbZns
xh?
folded into a cube along the marked lines ?

60.
60.
(x) (A) (B) (C) (D)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
(x)
(A) A rFkkD (B) C rFkkD
(A) A and D (B) C and D
(C) A rFkk B (D) B rFkkC
(C) A and B (D) B and C

61. 61.

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)


(x) (x)

(A) A and B (B) B and D (A) A rFkk B (B) B rFkk D


(C) B and C (D) A and D
(C) B rFkkC (D) A rFkkD

62. Two different positions of a dice are shown below. 62. uhps,d ghiklsd hnksfLFkfr;k¡n'kkZbZxbZgSaA la[;k
Which number will appear on the face opposite 4 d sfoijhr Q y d ij d kSulh la[;k gksxh ?
the number 4 ?
(A) 2
(A) 2
(B) 6 2 4
(B) 6 2 4 4 6
4 6 (C) 5 5 1
(C) 5 5 1
(D) 3
(D) 3

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63. Complete the series. 63. Jsa.khd ksiw.kZd hft ;s&

? ?

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

64. Which one of the answer figures will come next 64. fuEu vkd f̀r;ksaJsa.khes
avxyhvkd f̀r]mÙkj vkd f̀r;ksa
in the following figure series ? esalsd kSulh ,d gksxkh ?

? ?
(1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4)

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

Directions : (65 to 67) Answer the questions on the funsZ'k : (65 ls67) iz
'u v kd f̀r d siz
Fke Hkkx esafn;sx;snw
l js
basis of the information given below. In each
of the following questions, there are two pairs fp=k d k ft l izd kj igy sfp=k l sl EcU/k gSogh
of figures. In the first pair, one figure is related
to the other in a certain manner. If the same l EcU/knwl jsHkkx d srhl jsfp=k d k] mÙkj v kd f̀r esa
relation has to exist in the second pair, which
fn;sx;spkj fod Yiksaesal sfd l l sgksxkA
answer choice should come in place of “?”

65. : :: : ? 65. : :: : ?
(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

66. : :: : ? 66. : :: : ?

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

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67. : :: : ? 67. : :: : ?

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

Directions : (68 to 71) Out of the four given figures, funZs'k % (68 l s71) nhxbZpkj v kd f̀r;ksaesal srhu v kd f̀r;ka
three are similar in a certain way. One figure
fd l h rjg l eku gSA muesal s,d v kd f̀r fHké gS]
is not like the other three. Which one of the
ml v kd f̀r d ksigpkfu;sA
figures does not belong to this group ?

68. 68.

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

69. 69.

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

70. 70.

71. (A) (B) 71. (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

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Directions : (72) Select a figure from the alternatives funsZ'k : (72) fuEu fod Yiksaesalsml fod Yi d kpq
uko d hft ;s
which when placed in the blank space of (x)
t ksv kd f̀r (X) d sfjDr LFkku ij j[kusij ml d ks
would complete the pattern ?
iw.kZd j l d s?

72. 72.

(X) (X)

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

Directions : (73) A sheet has been folded in the funsZ'k : (73) ,d 'khV ft l d ksd h bl izd kj eksM +k t krk gS
manner as shown in X, Y and Z respectively t Sl k fd fp=k X, Y rFkk Z esa fn[kk;k x;k gS
and punched. You have to choose from the
fp=kkuq
l kj iap fd ;k t krk gS
A ml fod Yi d k pq uko
alternatives how it will look when unfolded.
d hft ;st ksfd 'khV d ksokil [kkys usij fn[kkbZns
xk?

73. 73.

X Y Z X Y Z

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

Directions : (74) A square transparent sheet with a funsZ'k: (74) v kd f̀r (X) esa,d oxkZd kj ikjn'khZ'khV esa,d
pattern is given in figure X. Find out from izk: i fn;k x;k gSA ml fod Yi d k pquko d hft ;sA
amongst the alternatives as to how the t ksfd ;fn oxkZd kj ikjn'khZ'khV d ksfcUnqjs[kk ij
pattern would appear when the transparent
l seksM +k t k;srksizk: i d Sl k fn[kkbZnsxk ?
sheet is folded at the dotted line.

74. 74.

(X) (A) (B) (C) (D) (X) (A) (B) (C) (D)

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Directions : (75 to 76) In each of the following funZs'k % (75 l s76) çR;sd ç'u esa,d fp=k (X) fn;kx;k gSA
question, a figure marked (X) is followed by
four figures (A), (B), (C) and (D) which show ml d si'pkr~pkj fod Yi fn, x, gSA ft uesal s
the possible water images of figure (X). Choose v kid ksog fod Yi K kr d juk gSt ksBhd oSl k gh gS
one out of these four figures which shows the
correct water image of the figure (X). t Sl k fn;sx;sfp=k (X) d k t y &çfrfcEc gksxk\

75. 75.

(X) (X)

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

76. 76.
(X) (X)

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

Directions : (77) Find the mirror image of the funsZ'k : (77) fuEu 'kCn d k niZ.k&izfrfcEc K kr d jksA
following word ?
77. VINAYAKA 77. VINAYAKA
(A) INVAYAKA (B) (A) INVAYAKA (B)
(C) (D) (C) (D)

Directions : (78 to 82) A cube is coloured red on funsZ'k : (78 l s82) ,d ?ku d ksbl izd kj jaxk t krk gSfd
two opposite faces, blue on two adjacent ml d h nksfoijhr Q y d ksij y ky jax] nksl ay Xu
faces and yellow on two remaining faces. It Q y d ksij uhy k jax rFkk 'ks"k nksQ y d ksij ihy k
is then cut into two halves among the plane jax gksA rc bl d ksy ky Q y d d sl ekUrj nksHkkxksa
parallel to the red faces. One piece is then esad kVk t krk gSA ml esal s,d Hkkx d ksv c pkj
cut into four equal cubes and the other one cjkcj ?kuksaesad kVk t krk gSrFkk nql jsHkkx d ks32
into 32 equal cubes. cjkcj ?kuksaesad kVk t krk gSA
78. How many cubes do not have any coloured 78. ,s
l sfd rus?ku gks
xs
aft ud hfd lhHkhQ yd ij ja
x ugha
face ? gks
xk?
(A) 0 (B) 16 (A) 0 (B) 16
(C) 4 (D) 8 (C) 4 (D) 8

79. How many cubes do not have any red face ? 79. ,sl sfd rus?ku gksxsaft ud h fd lh Hkh Q y d ij y ky
(A) 8 (B) 16 jax ughagksxk ?
(C) 20 (D) 24 (A) 8 (B) 16
(C) 20 (D) 24

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80. How many cubes have at least two coloured 80. ,sl sfd rus?ku gksxsaft ud hd e lsd e nksQ y d ksij
face? jax gksxk ?
(A) 20 (B) 24 (A) 20 (B) 24
(C) 28 (D) 32 (C) 28 (D) 32

81. How many cubes have each a yellow face with 81. ,sl sfd rus?ku gks
xs
aft ud h,d Q yd ij ja
x gks
xkog
other faces without colour ? Hkhihy k?
(A) 4 (B) 14 (A) 4 (B) 14
(C) 17 (D) 20 (C) 17 (D) 20

82. How many cubes have at least one face painted 82. ,s
l sfd rus?ku gksxs
aft ud hd e lsd e ,d Q y d ij
blue ? uhy k jax gksxk ?
(A) 4 (B) 14 (A) 4 (B) 14
(C) 17 (D) 20 (C) 17 (D) 20

83. Count the number of squares in the following 83. fuEu vkd f̀r;ksaesaoxksZad hla[;k Kkr d jksA
figure : (A) 15
(A) 15
(B) 21
(B) 21
(C) 24
(C) 24
(D) 26 (D) 26

84. How many triangles are there in the figure below? 84. fuEu vkd f̀r esafd rusf=kHkqt gSa?
(A) 11 (A) 11
(B) 9 (B) 9
(C) 8 (C) 8
(D) 10 (D) 10

85. How many triangles are there in the following 85. fuEu vkd f̀r esaf=kHkqt ksad h la[;k fd ruhgSa?
figure ? (A) 29
(A) 29
(B) 28
(B) 28
(C) 27
(C) 27
(D) 30 (D) 30

Directions : (86 to 88) From amongst the figures funsZ'k % (86 ls88) fn;sx;sfod Yiks a(A), (B), (C) rFkk(D) es
a
marked (A), (B), (C) and (D), select the figure l sml v kd f̀r d kpquko d hft ;st ksfp=k(X) esafn;s
which satisfies the same conditions of
placement of dots as in figure (X).
x;sfcUnqv ksad sl eku fLFkfr iznf'kZr d jrk gks\

86. 86.

(x) (x)

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

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87. 87.
(x) (x)

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

88. 88.

(X) (X)

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

Directions : (89 to 90) Fill the blanks in the following funsZ'k : (89 l s90) fuEu iz'u esafjDr LFkku d hiwfrZfn;sx;s
questions from the choice given below : fod Yiksaesal sd hft ;s&

89. 74564430 : 212019 : : 34406070 : ? 89. 74564430 : 212019 : : 34406070 : ?


(A) 705942 (B) 707172 (A) 705942 (B) 707172
(C) 939291 (D) 706968 (C) 939291 (D) 706968

90. 184068 : 676665 : : ? : 798081 90. 184068 : 676665 : : ? : 798081


(A) 275178 (B) 244678 (A) 275178 (B) 244678
(C) 777674 (D) 254979 (C) 777674 (D) 254979

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Direction : (91) Find the next term in the following funsZ'k % (91) fuEu Jsa.kh d k v xy k in K kr d hft ;s&
series.
91. A, C, H, R, ? , I, T 91. A, C, H, R, ?, I, T

92. If '+' is ‘x’ , '–' is ‘+’ , 'x' is ‘‘ and ‘’ is ‘–’ then 92. ;fn '+' d kvFkZ‘x’ , '–' d kvFkZ‘+’ , 'x' d kvFkZ‘‘ rFkk
6 – 9 + 8 x 3  20 = ? ‘’ d k vFkZ‘–’ rc 6 – 9 + 8 x 3  20 = ?

93. If Saturday falls on 4 Jan 1997, what day of week 93. ;fn 4 t uojh1997 d ks'kfuokj gksrks4 t uojh1998
will fall on 4 Jan 1998 ? d kslIrkg d kd kSulk fnu gksxk ?

94. If MARE is coded as NESI and LOVER is coded 94. ;fn MARE d ksNESI lsd kMs fd ;kt k;srFkkLOVER
as MUWIS how would you code ABOVE in the d ksMUWIS lsd ksM fd ;k t k;srksmlh Hkk"kk esa
same language?
ABOVE d ksfd lsd ks
M fd ;kt k;sxkA
95. Pointing to a man in the photograph a woman 95. ,d vknehd sQ ksVksxzkQ d ksns[kd j ,d efgy kd grh
says, 'He is the son of my brother's grandfather's gS';g esjsHkkbZd snknkd syM+d sd kyM+d kgSA' vkneh
son". How is the man related to the woman ? efgy klsd Sl slEcfU/kr gSA

96. From point P, Akshay starts walking towards 96. fcUnqP, lsv{k; iwoZfn'kk esapy uk izkjEHk d jrk gSA
East. After walking 30 metres, he turns to his 30 ehVj py usd sckn og viusnka ;seqM +rk gSA vkSj
right and walks 10 metres. He then turns to his
10 ehVj py rkgS A og rc viusnka ;seqM+
d j 30 ehVj
right and walks for 30 metres. He again turns to
his right and walks 30 metres. How far is he
py rk gSA og iqu%viusnka;seqM +d j 30 ehVj py rk
from Point P and in which direction ? gSA og fcUnqP lsfd ruh nwj vkSj fd l fn'kk esagSA

97. A tired worker slept at 9.45 p.m.. If he rose at 97. ,d Fkd k gqv k et nwj lk;%9.45 ct slks;kA ;fn og
12 noon, for how many hours did he sleep ? nkisgj 12 ct st xkgksrksog fd rus?ka
Vsd sfy, lk;skA

98. A cube is painted on all sides. Three adjacent 98. ,d ?ku d hlHkhQ yd ksd ksbl rjg jaxkt krkgSfd
sides are painted red. Two of the remaining sides rhu lay Xu Q y d ksd ksy ky jax lsjaxk t krk gS]'ks"k
are painted green and one is painted yellow. The esalsnksQ yd ksd ksgjsjax lsrFkk,d Q yd d ksihy s
cube is then cut into eight small cubes.How ja
x lsjaxkt krkgS A rc ?ku d ksvkB NksVs?kuks
aes
ad kVk
many cubes have no side painted red ? t krkgSA ,sl sfd rus?ku gksxsft ld hfd lhHkhQ yd
ij y ky jax ughagksxk?
99. Which number is opposite 3 in a standard dice 99. fn;sx;sekud ikal sesa3 d sfoijhr d kSulh la[;k
given below ? gksxh?

100. Which letter/number is exactly in the middle 100. d kSulk v{kj@la[;k fuEu vuqØ e esack;safljslsuosa
between the ninth letter/number from the left end v{kj@la[;k rFkk nk;safljslslkrosav{kj@la[;k d s
and seventh letter/number from the right end in
Bhd e/; esagksxk ?
the following series?
B 3 K G 5 PD 7 9 ER K 1MT 6 Z H Q 8 W 2A B 3 K G 5 PD 7 9 ER K 1MT 6 Z H Q 8 W 2A

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