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Quantitative Aptitude Direction (1-5): What should come at the place of question mark (?) in the following number series? 1) 11, 11, 16.5, 33, 82.5, 247.5, ? a) 866.25 b) 648.25 c) 758 d) 527 e) 846.25 2) 9, 11, 16, 26, 43, ? a) 45 b) 69 c) 74 d) 65 e) 79 3) 6, 20, 90, 440, 2190, ? a) 10940 b) 64839 c) 96900 d) 65900 e) 19450 4) 100, 51, 52, 79, 159, 398.5, ? a) 1196.5 b) 1578.5 c) 5463.5 d) 7899.5 e) 1299.5 5) 5, 28, 162, 805, 3216, ? a) 8654 b) 5186 c) 9645 d) 4796 e) 8459

6) Brother's weight is 25 % more than that of his sister. Sister’s weight is what percent of the brother’s weight? a) 25% b) 60% c) 45% d) 80% e) 98% 7) In how many different ways can the letters of the word 'GRINDER' be arranged? a) 2520 b) 1280 c) 3600 d) 1800 e) 1900 8) The difference between the averages of two set of numbers is 6, if total numbers are 10 and the total sum of second set is 56. What is the average sum of both set? a) 67 b) 35 c) 34 d) Cannot be determined e) None of these 9) Rajesh invest in two schemes, in one scheme he get 5% profit and in other scheme he get 10 % profit, what is his total profit if he invest in the ratio of 4 : 9 respectively? a) 89/3% b) 34/7% c) 110/13% d) Cannot be determined e) NOT

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10) A certain amount earns simple interest of Rs. 1120 after 8 years. Had the interest 3% more, how much more interest would it have earned? a) 3% b) 6% c) 5% d) Data inadequate e) None of these 11) How much rice that cost Rs. 23 / kg is mixed with 70 kg of rice that cost Rs. 17 /kg, such that on selling the mixture at the rate 22 /kg shopkeeper gets 10% profit? a) 25 kg b) 70 kg c) 45 kg d) 21 kg e) None of these 12) A circular disc of area 3.43π m² rolls down an incline of 8.8 km length. What is the number of revolution it makes during this journey? a) 230 b) 756 c) 567 d) 452 e) 136 13) An amount of money is distributed amongst A, B & C such that A gets half that of B and B gets twice that of C. what is the ratio of the share of B to that of the sum of the shares of A & B? a) 1: 5 b) 2: 3 c) 3: 8 d) 8: 5 e) None 14) If 6 years are subtracted from the present age of Raghav and the remainder is divided by 18, then the present age of his grandson Arav is obtained. If Arav is 2 years younger to Rahul

whose age is 5 years, then what is the age of Raghav? a) 34 years b) 76 years c) 43 years d) 60 years e) None of these 15) Three pipes A, B, C can fill a cistern in 10, 15, 18 hours respectively. If pipe A is kept open all the time and pipe B and C is opened alternatively for an hour then find in how many hours the tank will be filled? a) 7 hours 25 mins b) 5 hours 40 mins c) 6 hours 12 mins d) 7 hours 48 mins e) None of these Direction (16 - 25): What should come in place of question mark in the following question? 16) (3)3 + 15 × (√484 - √289) =? * 6 a) 11 b) 21 c) 39 d) 17 e) 28 17) (14)2 – 252 ÷ (6 × 2) – 26 × 0.5 =?2 × 2 a) 9 b) 12 c) 15 d) 20 e) 25 18) [(364/14) × (330/22)] + 260 * 15 = 682 - ? a) 380 b) 284 c) 316 d) 340 e) 334

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19) √1089 – (406÷14 + 221÷13) + 72 =? a) 82 b) 122 c) 62 d) 92 e) 112 20) √(670+√36) ÷ 13 × 1810 = (16)3 - ? a) 500 b) 476 c) 628 d) 295 e) 555 21) 512/? x 49/16 x 385 = 160 x 343 a) 18 b) 11 c) 22 d) 27 e) None of these 22) 15 x √? + 3/4 x 480 = 795 - 270 a) 12 b) 11 c) 144 d) 121 e) None 23) 5/6 + [¾ - {(3/2) of (2/6) ÷ (1/4 + 1/2)}] a) 9/11 b) 11/12 c) 13/15 d) 7/12 e) 11/15 24) √((95000 x 65 x 18900)/(13 x 190 x 21)) = ? a) 250 b) 550 c) 1500 d) 450 e) 850

25) √(14161/13924) = 1 + x/118 a) 1 b) 2 c) 5 d) 9 e) None Directions (26-30): In each question, two equations numbered I and II have been given. You have to solve both the equations and mark the appropriate option. a) If a > b b) If a ≥ b c) If a < b d) If a ≤ b e) If a = b or relationship between a and b cannot be determined. 26) I. 5a2 – 8a + 3 = 0 II. 3b2 + 5b – 2 = 0 27) I. a8 – [(3 * 8)17/2/√a] = 0 II. 11/√b + 18/√b = √b 28) I. √(169a2)– 2197 = 0 II. √ (484) b + 132 = 0 29) I. (625)(1/4) a + √ (1225) = 155 II. (225)1/2 b + 18 = 288 30) I. a2 – 7a + 12 = 0 II. b2 – 9b + 20 = 0 Directions (31-35): What approximate value will come in place of question mark in each of the following questions? 31) 60.17% of 4999.69 - 30.30% of 6899.93 = (?) a) 930 b) 950 c) 860

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d) 650 e) 750

32) √2207 + ∛4911 = √? a) 3452 b) 4096 c) 1242 d) 8758 e) 1296 33) 29.98/152 of 14.1% of 17/300 of ? = 28 a) 18000 b) 13000 c) 14000 d) 9000 e) 11000 34) (20.09% of 425.15 + 15.27% of 134.993) = √? a) 34515 b) 23565 c) 11025 d) 15675 e) 12245 35) (√3599.68 ÷ √6398.75) × 224 = 10.023% of ? a) 1580 b) 1430 c) 1235 d) 1680 e) 1860 Direction (36-40): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions.

36) Which of the following category is receiving the least percentage of help from the centre (in the entire data)? a) Category L in 2001 b) Category M in 2002 c) Category L in 2002 d) Category O in 2001 e) Cannot be determined 37) The difference between the average costs paid by the Centre during 2001 and 2002 is a) 55 lakhs b) 12.2 lakhs c) 132 lakhs d) 13.2 lakhs e) None of these 38) Total monthly cost of the city which receives O category of assistance in 2002 is most nearly: a) Rs. 1.8 crore less than that in 2001 b) Rs. 2.2 crore more than that in 2001 c) Rs. 2.2 crore less than that in 2001 d) Rs. 1.8 crore more than that in 2001 e) None of these 39) Assuming that 50% of the persons receiving the category L assistance in 2001 were adults, but the city’s contribution towards maintaining these adults was 40% of the total contribution to L program in 2001. Then the average amount paid by the city for each adult per year in 2001 is most nearly: a) Rs. 7000 b) Rs. 6000 c) Rs. 7510 d) Rs. 3000 e) None of these 40) The monthly cost of the city under category N during 2001 and 2002 bear a ratio of a) 121: 133 b) 219: 312

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c) 130: 121 d) 132: 213 e) None of these

Reasoning Ability Directions (41-45): In each of the following questions some statements are 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. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements. 41) Statements: Some Trees are Flowers No Flower is Fruits Conclusions: I. All trees are Fruits II. Some trees are not Fruits a) Only I follow b) Only II follow c) Either I or II follows d) Neither I nor II follows e) Both I and II follows 42) Statements: All TVS are Honda Some Honda are Mahindra No Mahindra are Ford Conclusions: I. Some Honda are not Ford II. No TVS is Ford a) Both I and II follow b) Only II follow c) Either I or II follows d) Neither I nor II follows e) Only I follow 43) Statements: No Star is Planet All Planets are Sun

No Sun is Moon Conclusions: I. Some Sun are not Stars II. No Planet is Moon a) Only I follow b) Only II follow c) Either I or II follows d) Neither I nor II follows e) Both I and II follow 44) Statements: Some NIT is IIT All IIT are AIIMS No AIIMS is Autonomous Conclusions: I. Some NIT are Autonomous is a possibility II. All IIT beingAutonomous is a possibility a) Only I follow b) Both I and II follow c) Either I or II follows d) Neither I nor II follows e) Only II follow 45) Statements: No Solid is Liquid No Liquid is Gas Some Liquid is Water Conclusions: I. Some Water is Gas II. No water is Gas a) Only I follow b) Only II follow c) Either I or II follows d) Neither I nor II follows e) Both I and II follow Direction (46-50): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting in a row facing north but not necessary in the same

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order. All of them are sitting with equidistance from each other. R sits at extreme end of the row. One person sits between S and W, who sits second to the left of U. T and Q are immediate neighbour of U. Either T or Q sits at extreme end of the row. Number of persons sitting to the left of V is one less than that the number of persons sitting to the right of T. 46) Who among the following sits at extreme end of the row? a) S b) T c) Q d) V e) P 47) Who sits second to the right of V? a) S b) W c) T d) P e) Cannot be determined 48) If V and T interchanges their position, then who among the following persons sits third to the right of S? a) U b) T c) V d) Q e) Cannot be determined 49) How many persons sitting between S and U? a) None b) 2 c) 4 d) 3 e) None of these 50) If all the persons are made to sit as in English alphabetical order from left to right. Then, how

many persons are remain unchanged with their original position? a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4 e) None Direction (51-55): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. Seven caps A, B, C, D, E, F, and G were bought on seven different days of the same week starting from Sunday to Saturday but not necessarily in the same order. The cap D was bought after Wednesday. Two caps were bought between D and E. Three caps were bought between A and C. The cap F was bought before G but after B. The cap E was bought before F but not immediately before. The cap C was not bought before F. 51) The cap A was bought on which of the following days? a) Sunday b) Monday c) Tuesday d) Thursday e) None of these 52) How many caps were bought between E and G? a) One b) Two c) Four d) Five e) None of these 53) Which of the following cap was bought just before E? a) A b) B c) C

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d) G e) D 54) The number of caps bought before A is as same as number of cap bought after ______? a) B b) F c) D d) E e) None of these 55) Which of the following cap was bought on Wednesday? a) E b) F c) B d) C e) None of these Direction (56-60): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. Given below is the code for letters and numbers.

Condition: i) If first element is a consonant and last element is multiple of 4, then both the elements are to be coded as *. ii) If second and fourth elements are vowels, then both the elements are to be coded as #. iii) If third and fifth elements are odd numbers, then the code of the both elements are to be interchanged. Note: Apply all the conditions if the question satisfies more than one condition. 56) What will be the code for “8IJEP5”? a){%&@<!

b) {&%@<! c) {#&#<! d) {#&@<! e) None of these 57) What will be the code for “SJ1T75”? a) ?&!>^µ b) ?&^>^µ c) ?&µ>^! d) @?!^>µ e) None of these 58) What will be the code for “JAI751”? a) &%$µ!^ b) &$%µ^! c) *$%µ%* d) &$%µ!^ e) None of these 59) What will be the code for “P157E4”? a) *^{>$* b) *#@µ#* c) *^!µ@* d) <!µ^@> e) None of these 60) What will be the code for “SEJAP8”? a) *#&#<* b) *@&$<* c) *?&$** d) @$%∞^? e) None of these Direction (61-65): In the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the conclusion among given five conclusions is/are definitely true and then give your answers accordingly. 61) Statement: F≤ D=E< G; E≤ R< S. Conclusion: I. F< G

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II. D >S a) Only conclusion I follows b) Only conclusion II follows c) Both conclusions I and II follows d) Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows e) neither conclusions I nor II follows 62) Statement: H=J ≥M >O≤ P;M≤ K< D Conclusion: I. O >D II. K< H a) Only conclusion I follows b) Only conclusion II follows c) Both conclusions I and II follows d) Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows e) Neither conclusions I nor II follows 63) Statement: X<Z< P≤ B< C=D >H Conclusion: I. P≤ D II. B >X a) Only conclusion I follows b) Only conclusion II follows c) Both conclusions I and II follows d) Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows e) Neither conclusions I nor II follows 64) Statement: K≤ O ≥P ≤R; P >S ≥T=W. Conclusion: I. O >T II. W< O a) Only conclusion I follows b) Only conclusion II follows c) Both conclusions I and II follows d) Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows e) Neither conclusions I nor II follows 65) Statement: S≤ T< M; M ≥N ≥O=Z. Conclusion: I. Z< M II. Z=M a) Only conclusion I follows b) Only conclusion II follows

c) Both conclusions I and II follows d) Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows e) Neither conclusions I nor II follows Direction (66-70): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. Eight persons K, L, M, N, I, J, E and F are living in eight floors of a building but not necessary in the same order such that the ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above 1 is numbered 2 and so on till the topmost floor is numbered 8. N lives in one of the even numbered floors. Two persons living between N and E, who lives below the floor number 4. L lives immediately above J and only one person lives between J and I, who lives below N. As many persons live between F and K is same as live between N and F. K doesn’t live above L. 66) Who lives on topmost floor? a) J b) I c) F d) K e) L 67) How many persons live between I and F? a) 1 b) 3 c) 2 d) None e) None of these 68) If N and M are interchange their floors, then who lives immediately below M? a) E b) I c) K d) L e) None of these 69) Which of the following Statement(s) is/are true?

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i) F lives immediately above I ii) Only one person lives between K and F iii) J lives in 7th floor a) Only (i) b) Only (ii) and (iii) c) Only (iii) d) All (i). (ii) and (iii) e) None of the statement is true 70) If all the persons are arranged according to the alphabetical order from bottommost floor to topmost floor. Then, how many persons are remain unchanged with their original position? a) 1 b) 3 c) 4 d) 2 e) None Direction (71-72): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. Raghu walks 5km from point A towards north to reach point B and then he took a right turn and walks 8km to reach the point C. After that he turns right and walks 7km to reach the point D. Then he move 4 km in west direction to reach the point E and again he moves 4km in north direction to reach point F. Then, he turn his right and walks 8km to reach point G. 71) What is shortest distance between Point G and D? a) 4√2m b) 3√2m c) 8m d) 4m e) None of these 72) What is the direction of point E with respect to point B? a) North

b) Northeast c) Southeast d) West e) Southwest Direction (73-75): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions below. Nine persons A, B, C, D, E, F, J and H are belong to same family but three different generations. H is brother of B, who is the mother of E. D is husband of C. C is the sibling of F. C has only one child. E and F are brother-in-laws of D. J is the daughter of D. A is grandfather of J. A has more than three children. K is a female. D does not have any siblings. 73)How is J related to K? a) Nephew b) Niece c) Brother d) Data insufficient e) None of these 74) How is H related to C? a) Maternal Uncle b) Paternal Uncle c) Grand mother d) Aunt e) Cannot be determined 75) If T is the daughter of X, who is the husband of K. Then, how is T related to B? a) Grandson b) Niece c) Nephew d) Granddaughter e) Cousin 76) Four of the following alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group? a) HPX

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b) GNU c) EJO d) FLR e) DHK 77) How many such pairs of letters are there in the word “PARTICULARLY” each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabetical series? a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5 e) More than 5 78) In a row of boys facing north, David is 11th from the left end and Ram is 17th from right end. There are four people sitting between David and Ram, who sits to the right of David. Then totally how many persons in the row? a) 31 b) 32 c) 33 d) 36 e) None of these

79) In the given number 327439132857, the position of first and second letter are interchanged, similarly the position of third and fourth letter are interchanged and so on till the end. Then, which of the following number will be third to the left of the number which is seventh from the left end? a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 7 e) Cannot be determined 80) Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F are in different heights. A is taller than C but shorter than B. D is taller than F but shorter than C. B is not the tallest person in the group. Who is the tallest person in the group? a) A b) E c) D d) F e) Cannot be determined

Answers: Quantitative Aptitude

1) Answer: a The following pattern is *1, *1.5, *2, *2.5, *3, *3.5…. 2) Answer: b The difference is, 12+1, 22+1, 32+1, 42+1, 52+1.... 3) Answer: a

The following pattern is, *5 – 10... 4) Answer: a The following series is *0.5+1, *1+1, *1.5+1, *2+1, *2.5+1… 5) Answer: c The following series is *7-7, *6-6, *5-5, *4-4, *3-3... 6) Answer: d

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Let sister's weight be 100 kg Then brother's weight = (100 + 25) kg = 125 kg Required percentage = (100/125)*100 = 80% 7) Answer: a In these 7 letters, 'R' occurs 2 times, and rest of the letters are different. Hence, number of ways to arrange these letters = {7!} / {2!} = {7×6×5×4×3×2×1} / {2×1} = 2520 8) Answer: d Let the two set sum be A and B and total numbers in each set be n and m respectively. A/n –B/m =6 Also m+n =10, B=56 On solving inadequate data problem take place so answer is (d). 9) Answer: c Total profit = 4/13 * 5% + 9/13 * 10% = 110/13 % 10) Answer: d (P*r*8)/100=1120 P* r = 14000 Two quantities are unknown, so data inadequate. 11) Answer: b By using rule of allegation, CP f the mixture = 22*100/110 = Rs.20

Ratio of quantity = 3:3 = 1:1 Required quantity = (70/1)*1= 70 kg 12) Answer: b According to the question,

Area = 3.43π m² = π * r² Then r = 0.7√7 Circumference of circular disc = 44√7/10

Number of revolution = 8800/44√7 * 10 ≅ 756

13) Answer: b A = ½ B, B = 2C or A/B = ½, B/C = 2/1 A: B: C = 1: 2: 1 Shares of A, B and C are x, 2x, x B/(A + B) = 2x/(x + 2x) = 2x/3x = 2/3 14) Answer: d Rahul present age = 5 yrs So, Arav’s age present age = (5 – 2) = 3 yrs According to the question, (R – 6)/18 = 3 Raghav’s age = 18 * 3 + 6 = 60 years 15) Answer: c Total units of work= 90 A’s one hour work = 9 B’s one hour work = 6 C’s one hour work = 5 Work done by three pipes in 2 hours = 15 + 14 = 29 units Work done in 6 hours= 29*3 = 87 units Remaining will be done by pipe A and B = 3/15 = 1/5 hours Total time required= 6 1/5 hours = 6 hours 12 mins 16) Answer: d ? * 6 = 27 + 15 * (22 - 17) ? * 6 = 27 + 75 ? = 102/6 = 17 17) Answer: a ?2 × 2 = 142 – 252/12 – 26 * 1/2 ?2 × 2 = 196 – 21 – 13 ?2 = 162/2 = 81 ? = 9 18) Answer: e

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682 - ? = 364/14 * 330/22 + 260 * 15 4624 - ? = 26 * 15 + 3900 4624 - ? = 390 + 3900 ? = 4624 – 4290 = 334 19) Answer: c ? = √1089 – (406/14 + 221/13) + 49 ? = 33 – (29 + 17) + 49 ? = 33 – 46 + 49 = 33 + 3 = 36 20) Answer: b 163 - ? = √(670 + 6) / 13 * 1810 163 - ? = √676 / 13 * 1810 = 26/13 * 1810 163 - ? = 2 * 1810 = 3620 4096 – 3620 =? ? = 476 21) Answer: b 512/? x 49/16 x 385 = 160 x 343 ? = 11 22) Answer: d 15 √? + 360 = 525 √? = (525 - 360)/15 √? = 11 ? = 121 23) Answer: b 5/6 + [3/4 - {3/2 of 2/6 ÷ (3/4)}] 5/6 + [3/4 - {3/2 x 2/6 x 4/3}] 5/6 + [3/4 - 2/3] 5/6 + 1/12 = 11/12 24) Answer: c √((95000 x 65 x 18900)/(13 x 190 x 21)) = x x = √2250000 = 1500 25) Answer: a 119/118 = (118 + x)/118 119 – 118 = x x = 1

26) Answer: a I. 5a2 – 5a – 3a + 3 = 0 5a (a – 1) –3 (a – 1) = 0 a = 1, 3/5 II. 3b2 + 6b – b – 2 = 0 3b (b + 2) –1 (b + 2) = 0 (b + 2) (3b – 1) = 0 b = –2, 1/3 a > b 27) Answer: c I. a17/2 = (24)17/2 a = 24 II. b = 29 a < b 28) Answer: a I. 13a = 2197 a = 169 II. 22b = – 132 b = – 6 a > b 29) Answer: a I. √ (25)a +35 = 155 a = 120/5 = 24 II. 15b = 270 b = 18 a > b 30) Answer: d I. a2 – 4a – 3a + 12 = 0 (a – 4) (a – 3) = 0 a = 4, 3 II. b2 – 5b – 4b + 20 = 0 (b – 5) (b – 4) = 0 b = 5, 4 a ≤ b 31) Answer: a (?) = 60% of 5000 – 30% of 6900 (?) = 60*50 – 30*69

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(?) = 3000 – 2070 = 930 (?) = 930 32) Answer: b √? ≈ 47 + 17 = 64 ? = (64)2 = 4096 33) Answer: a (30/153) × (14/100) × (17/300) × ? = 28 ? = 18000 34) Answer: c √? ≈ 20% of 425 + 15% of 135 √? = 85 + 20 = 105 ? = (105)2 = 11025 35) Answer: d 10 % of ? = (√3600 ÷ √6400) × 224 10 % of ? = (60 ÷ 80) × 224 ? = (168 × 100) / 10 = 1680 36) Answer: b Category L in 2001 = (2.6/5.0)*100 = 260/6=52% Category M in 2002 was = (10.0/59.4)*100= 1000/59.4=16.8% Category L in 2002 was = (1.6/3.2)*100= 160/3.2=50% Category O in 2001 = (55.0/216.6)*100=5500/216.6=25.4% The least percentage is category M in 2002 37) Answer: c The average in 2001 =(18.4+2.6+13.0+6.6+55.0)/5 = Rs. 19.12 Crore The average in 2002 =(17.4+1.6+10.0+10.6+62.6)/5 = Rs. 20.44 Crore The difference = Rs. (20.44−19.12) Cr = Rs. 1.32 Cr = Rs. 132 lakh 38) Answer: b In 2001= 216.6/12=18.05 In 2002= 242.8/12=20.23 Difference = 2.183 crore

39) Answer: b 50% of persons receiving L category help during 2001 =6632/2= 3316 City’s contribution to maintenance: =5.0×0.4= Rs. 2 crore Average amount paid to each adult =2,00,00,000 /3316 = Rs. 6031.36 40) Answer: d Total assistance in 2001 and 2002 for Category N was 26.4 and 42.6. The ratio is, 26.4 : 42.6 = 132: 213

Reasoning Ability Directions (41-45): 41) Answer: (B)

42) Answer: (E)

43) Answer: (E)

44) Answer: (A)

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45) Answer: (C)

Directions (Q. 46-50): 46) Answer: c 47) Answer: d 48) Answer: c 49) Answer: d 50) Answer: e

• One person sits between S and W who sits second to the left of U.

• T and Q are immediate neighbour of U and

either one of them sits at extreme end of the row.

• R sits at extreme end of the row.

• Number of person sitting left of V is one

less than that of number of person sitting right of T. From this statement we cannot fix the position of V in case 2. So this case is eliminated. And case 1 is the final arrangement

Directions (Q. 51-55): 52) Answer: c 52) Answer: e 53) Answer: b 54) Answer: c 55) Answer: b

• The cap D was bought after Wednesday.

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• Two caps were bought between D and E.

• Three caps were bought between A and C.

• The cap F was bought before G but after B.

The cap E was bought before F but not immediately before. From this statement Case2, case3a, case3b are eliminated.

• The cap C was not bought before F. From

this the cap C was bought on Saturday.

Direction (56-60): 56) Answer: (C) 8IJEP5 = {#&# 57) Answer: (C) SJ1T75= ?&µ>^! (Condition 3 is applicable) 58) Answer: (D)

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JAI751 = &$%µ!^(No conditions is applicable) 59) Answer: (C) P157E4 = *^!µ@* (Condition 1 is applicable) 60) Answer: (A) SEJAP8 =*#&#<* (Condition 1 and 2 is applicable) Direction (61-65): 61) Answer: (A) Statement: F≤ D=E< G F≤ D=E≤ R< S Conclusion: I. F< G ---> True II. D >S ---> False 62) Answer: (E) Statement: H =J ≥M >O≤ P;M≤ K< D Conclusion: I. O >D ---> False(O<M≤K<D) II. K< H ---> False(H =J ≥M≤ K< D) 63) Answer: (B) Statement: X< Z< P≤ B< C=D >H Conclusion: I. P ≤ D---> False II. B >X ---> True 64) Answer: (C) Statement: K≤ O ≥P≤ R; P>S ≥T=W Conclusion: I. O >T ---> True II. W< O ---> True 65) Answer: (D) Statement: S≤ T< M ≥N ≥O=Z Conclusion: Z≤ M---> Either i or ii is True Directions (Q. 66-70): 66) Answer: e

67) Answer: d 68) Answer: b 69) Answer: b 70) Answer: e

• N lives in one of the even numbered floors. • Two persons live between N and E, who

lives below the floor number 4. Two possible cases

• L lives immediately above J and one person

lives between J and I, who lives below N.

• As many persons live between F and K is

same as live between N and F. From this statement we cannot fix the position of F and K in case 2. So this case is eliminated.

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• K doesn’t live above L. Form this statement

Case 1a becomes invalid. And the final arrangement is

Direction (71-72): 71) Answer: a

72) Answer: c

Direction (73-75): 73) Answer: (B)

74) Answer: (A)

75) Answer: (D)

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76) Answer: (E)

a. H=8, P=16, X=24 b. G = 7, N = 14, U = 21

c. E=5, J=10, O = 15, d. F=6, L=12, R=18 e. D=4, H=8, K=11

77) Answer: (B)

78) Answer: (B) Total number of persons= 11+4+17=32 79) Answer: (D) 327439132857 --- 234793318275 80) Answer: (B) E >B >A >C >D >F