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Question 1 of 30
1. Question
1 pointsA building has eight floors from 1 to 8 in such a way that ground floor is numbered 1, the above floor is numbered 2 and so on. The top most floor is numbered 8. Eight persons G, P, M, R, Q, A, D and C are staying each on one of these floors. A is staying on floor 6. There is a gap of three persons between G and R. C is staying on the topmost floor. Neither P nor M is staying on the floor 5. Q is staying middle of P and M. R is staying on the floor 1. M is not an immediate neighbor of G.
Who is staying on the floor no. 7?
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Question 2 of 30
2. Question
1 pointsA building has eight floors from 1 to 8 in such a way that ground floor is numbered 1, the above floor is numbered 2 and so on. The top most floor is numbered 8. Eight persons G, P, M, R, Q, A, D and C are staying each on one of these floors. A is staying on floor 6. There is a gap of three persons between G and R. C is staying on the topmost floor. Neither P nor M is staying on the floor 5. Q is staying middle of P and M. R is staying on the floor 1. M is not an immediate neighbor of G.
Who is staying on the second floor?
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Question 3 of 30
3. Question
1 pointsUnion budget 201819 Proposed to increase Health and Education Cess on personal income tax and corporation tax to 4 percent from present
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Question 4 of 30
4. Question
1 pointsFollowing questions are based on the information given below. Read the information carefully and then answer the questions that follow: (i) Seven students P Q, R, S, T, U and V take a series of tests.
(ii) No two students get similar marks.
(iii) V always scores more than P.
(iv) P always scores more than Q
(v) Each time either R scores the highest and T gets the least, or alternatively S scores the highest and U or Q scores the least.If R gets the most, V should be ranked not lower than
Correct
If R gets the most, T will get the least. Now as per conditions, V is followed by P and P is followed by Q. Therefore, V carries two persons after him. Hence, V cannot be positioned lower than the 4th position.
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If R gets the most, T will get the least. Now as per conditions, V is followed by P and P is followed by Q. Therefore, V carries two persons after him. Hence, V cannot be positioned lower than the 4th position.

Question 5 of 30
5. Question
1 pointsRead the following and answer the questions:
In a certain coded language,
‘Bit able chain debt’ is coded as ‘16j!’ ‘11p@’ ‘04d@’ 18r!’,
‘Mbss dry place avenues’ is coded as ‘18r$’ ‘11x@’ ‘21j*’ ‘06d*’,
‘Golder smoke end loud’ is coded as ‘08d@’ ‘01b!’ ‘14z@’ ‘11d@’,
‘Day swords word bring’ is coded as ‘05j!’ ‘19d!’ ‘00t!’ ‘21b!’
How the word “able swords” can be coded?
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Bit – 18r!
Symbol! – total number of vowels in the word.
Number 18 – first letter – last letter
2 – 20 = 18
Letter r – Second letter i – which position is ‘9th’
Add other 9 i.e.
9 + 9 = 18
18th letter = r
Every symbol represents total counts of vowels in the word
1 vowel – !
2 vowels – @
3 vowels – #
4 vowels – $
No vowel – *
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Bit – 18r!
Symbol! – total number of vowels in the word.
Number 18 – first letter – last letter
2 – 20 = 18
Letter r – Second letter i – which position is ‘9th’
Add other 9 i.e.
9 + 9 = 18
18th letter = r
Every symbol represents total counts of vowels in the word
1 vowel – !
2 vowels – @
3 vowels – #
4 vowels – $
No vowel – *

Question 6 of 30
6. Question
1 pointsDirections (15): In the following questions, the symbols $, @, £, • and # are used with the following meanings as illustrated below:
‘A $ B’ means A is neither greater nor smaller than B
‘A @ B’ means A is neither greater than nor equal to B
`A £ B’ means A is neither smaller than nor equal to B
‘A • B’ means A is not smaller than B
‘A # B’ means A is not greater than B
In each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true. Give answer
a) if only conclusion I is true.
b) if only conclusion II is true.
c) if either conclusion I or II is true.
d) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
e) if both conclusions I and II are true.Q1. Statements: W • P, P £ G, G @ I, I # N
Conclusions: I. I £ P II. N # W
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Inequalities positions as per the question
∙ #
£ $ @
The question can be solved by comparing them
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Inequalities positions as per the question
∙ #
£ $ @
The question can be solved by comparing them

Question 7 of 30
7. Question
1 pointsDirections (15): In the following questions, the symbols $, @, £, • and # are used with the following meanings as illustrated below:
‘A $ B’ means A is neither greater nor smaller than B
‘A @ B’ means A is neither greater than nor equal to B
`A £ B’ means A is neither smaller than nor equal to B
‘A • B’ means A is not smaller than B
‘A # B’ means A is not greater than B
In each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true. Give answer
a) if only conclusion I is true.
b) if only conclusion II is true.
c) if either conclusion I or II is true.
d) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
e) if both conclusions I and II are true.Q2. Statements: U @ D, D $ E, E £ Y, Y • W
Conclusions: I. W @ E II. D £ WCorrect
Inequalities positions as per the question
∙ #
£ $ @
The question can be solved by comparing them
Incorrect
Inequalities positions as per the question
∙ #
£ $ @
The question can be solved by comparing them

Question 8 of 30
8. Question
1 points2.Attempts by both parties to reach for a consensus have not succeeded.
Correct
The word ‘reach’ does not take preposition with it. Therefore, options (1), (3) and (4) are ruled out. Option (2) is the only correct option.
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The word ‘reach’ does not take preposition with it. Therefore, options (1), (3) and (4) are ruled out. Option (2) is the only correct option.

Question 9 of 30
9. Question
1 points(a) Most of the girls/(b)has bought the apparatus home/(c) in order to perform the/(d) experiment of chemistry./(e) NO ERROR
Correct
(b) Have will come in place of has.
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(b) Have will come in place of has.

Question 10 of 30
10. Question
1 pointsA preliminary analysis of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) data reveals that there has been a _________ increase in the number of indirect taxpayers, besides a large increase in voluntary registrations, especially by small enterprises that buy from large enterprises and want to avail themselves of ITC.
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Question 11 of 30
11. Question
1 pointsConsider the following statements regarding Soil Health Card Scheme
1) It gives cropwise recommendation of appropriate dosage of fertilizers and nutrients.
2) It will be provided once in 2 years.
Which of the above statements are correct?Correct
It will be provided once in 3 years
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It will be provided once in 3 years

Question 12 of 30
12. Question
1 pointsConsider the following statements regarding Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS)
1) ICDS is a centrally sponsored scheme implemented by state governments and union territories.
2) It aims at providing supplementary nutrition, immunization and preschool education to the children.Which of the above statements are correct?
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Question 13 of 30
13. Question
1 pointsReserve Bank of India Nationalised in Which year ?
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Question 14 of 30
14. Question
1 pointsThe RBI sells government securities to control the _______:
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Question 15 of 30
15. Question
1 pointsConclusions:
Some trucks are car is a possibility
Some jeeps are bus
Some jeeps are trucks
All cars are truck is a possibility
Statements:
I. Some cars are bus. Some buses are truck. Some trucks are jeep
II. All cars are bus. Some buses are not truck. Some trucks are jeep
III. No cars are bus. All buses are truck. No trucks are jeep.
IV. All cars are bus. Some buses are truck. All trucks are jeep.
V. All cars are bus. No buses are truck. All trucks are jeep.Correct
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Question 16 of 30
16. Question
1 pointsConclusions:
No radio is a mobile
Some watches are not T.Vs
Some watches are not radio
Some T.Vs are radio
Statements:
I. All radios are T.Vs. No T.Vs is mobile. Some mobiles are watches.
II. All radios are T.Vs. Some T.Vs is mobile. Some mobiles are watches.
III. All radios are T.Vs. No T.Vs is mobile. No mobiles are watches.
IV. No radios are T.Vs. No T.Vs is mobile. Some mobiles are watches.
V. No radios are T.Vs. No T.Vs is mobile. No mobiles are watchesCorrect
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Question 17 of 30
17. Question
1 pointsDirections (110): In each of the questions given below a sentence is given with one blank. Below each sentence FOUR words are given out of which two can fit the sentence. Five options are given with various combinations of these words. You have to choose the combination with the correct set of words which can fit in the given sentence.
1). With computer chips prices ________ due to an oversupply, the manufacturer has decided that to cut down production.
A) jumping
B) dropping
C) plunging
D) shovingCorrect
It is evident after reading the sentence, that there is a ‘drop’ in the prices of the computer chips for its oversupply due to which the manufacturer has decided to stop producing more. Hence, B should be one of the words to fit the blank. Shoving means ‘to push roughly’ and is contextually inappropriate with the sentence. A also does not fit the blank. The other word to fit appropriately is ‘plunging’ which means ‘falling steeply’; (b) is the right answer.
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It is evident after reading the sentence, that there is a ‘drop’ in the prices of the computer chips for its oversupply due to which the manufacturer has decided to stop producing more. Hence, B should be one of the words to fit the blank. Shoving means ‘to push roughly’ and is contextually inappropriate with the sentence. A also does not fit the blank. The other word to fit appropriately is ‘plunging’ which means ‘falling steeply’; (b) is the right answer.

Question 18 of 30
18. Question
1 pointsThe heads of India’s top telecom companies have said that the sharp growth in data usage will _________ the push towards a digital economy.
A) fuel
B) deplete
C) spur
D) imbibeCorrect
Imbibe means ‘to absorb or assimilate’ and deplete means ‘diminish in number or quantity’ both of which are contextually incorrect to use in the sentence. The correct phrase here would be ‘fuel/spur’ the push which means to stimulate or encourage (something or an initiative).
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Imbibe means ‘to absorb or assimilate’ and deplete means ‘diminish in number or quantity’ both of which are contextually incorrect to use in the sentence. The correct phrase here would be ‘fuel/spur’ the push which means to stimulate or encourage (something or an initiative).

Question 19 of 30
19. Question
1 pointsIn an election between two candidates, 75 % of the voters cast their votes, out of which 2% of the votes were declared invalid. A candidate got 9261 votes which were 75% of the total valid votes. Find the total number of votes.
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Let the total number of votes enrolled are x.
Number of votes cast = 75% of x
Valid votes = 98% of 75% of xNow, as 9261 is the 75% of valid casted votes so,
75% of 98% of 75% of x = 9261
=> x = 16800Incorrect
Let the total number of votes enrolled are x.
Number of votes cast = 75% of x
Valid votes = 98% of 75% of xNow, as 9261 is the 75% of valid casted votes so,
75% of 98% of 75% of x = 9261
=> x = 16800 
Question 20 of 30
20. Question
1 pointsIf sales tax is reduced from 5% to 4%, then what difference it will make if you purchase an item of Rs. 1000
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5% of 1000 – 4% of 1000 = 10
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5% of 1000 – 4% of 1000 = 10

Question 21 of 30
21. Question
1 points8934 – 3257 + 481 = ? + 2578
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9415 – 5835 = 3580
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9415 – 5835 = 3580

Question 22 of 30
22. Question
1 points12.5% of 350 * 8.4% of 250 = ?
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12.5% of 350 * 8.4% of 250 = 6.25 * 7 * 21 = 918.75
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12.5% of 350 * 8.4% of 250 = 6.25 * 7 * 21 = 918.75

Question 23 of 30
23. Question
1 points? * (523.5 + 687.5) = 24220
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x * 1211 = 24220; x = 20
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x * 1211 = 24220; x = 20

Question 24 of 30
24. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q.15): In each of these questions two equations numbered (I) and (II) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer:
a) If x > y
b) If x > y
c) If x < y d) If x < y e) If x = y or no relationship can't be established between x and y. Ques: 3 I. x² = 121 II. y³ =1331Correct
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Question 25 of 30
25. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q.15): In each of these questions two equations numbered (I) and (II) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer:
a) If x > y
b) If x > y
c) If x < y d) If x < y e) If x = y or no relationship can't be established between x and y. Ques : 4 I. x² + 12x + 35 = 0 II. y² + 18y + 45 = 0Correct
Solution: e
I. x² + (7+5)x + 35 = 0
x² + 7x + 5x + 35 =0
x (x+7) +5 (x+7)=0
(x+7) (x+5) = 0
x= 7, x=5II. y² + (15+3) +45=0
y² + 15y + 3y + 45=0
y (y+15)+3 (y+15)=0
(y+15) (y+3) = 0
y= 15, y=3Incorrect
Solution: e
I. x² + (7+5)x + 35 = 0
x² + 7x + 5x + 35 =0
x (x+7) +5 (x+7)=0
(x+7) (x+5) = 0
x= 7, x=5II. y² + (15+3) +45=0
y² + 15y + 3y + 45=0
y (y+15)+3 (y+15)=0
(y+15) (y+3) = 0
y= 15, y=3 
Question 26 of 30
26. Question
1 pointsMadhesh bought 100 dozen of pins at Rs.10 per dozen. He spent Rs.500 on a particular tax and he sold them at Rs. 1 per each pin. What was his profit or loss percent?
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Cost price of 1 dozen of pins = Rs.10
Cost price of 100 dozen of pins = Rs. 100 x 10 = Rs.1000
Aamount of tax paid = Rs.500
Therefore total cost price = 1000 + 500 = Rs.1,500Selling price of total number of pins = 100 x 12 x 1 = Rs. 1,200
Therefore, loss = C.P – S.P = 1500 – 1200 = Rs.300
And loss % = loss x 100 / c.p = 100 x 100 / 1500 = 100/15 %
= 20/3 % = 6 2/3 %Incorrect
Cost price of 1 dozen of pins = Rs.10
Cost price of 100 dozen of pins = Rs. 100 x 10 = Rs.1000
Aamount of tax paid = Rs.500
Therefore total cost price = 1000 + 500 = Rs.1,500Selling price of total number of pins = 100 x 12 x 1 = Rs. 1,200
Therefore, loss = C.P – S.P = 1500 – 1200 = Rs.300
And loss % = loss x 100 / c.p = 100 x 100 / 1500 = 100/15 %
= 20/3 % = 6 2/3 % 
Question 27 of 30
27. Question
1 pointsRahul bought a computer for Rs.52,000 and spent Rs.4000 on its repairs. If he sells at Rs.47,000 then what will be his loss percentage?
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Rahul bought the computer at Rs.52,000
Amount for repairing = Rs.4000
Total Cost price of the computer = Rs.52,000 + Rs.4000 = Rs.56,000Selling price = Rs.47,000
Therefore the amount of loss = CP _ SP = 56,000 – 47,000 = Rs.9000
Loss % = loss x 100 /CP = 9000 x 100 / 56,000 = 900/56
225/14 % = 16 1/14 %Incorrect
Rahul bought the computer at Rs.52,000
Amount for repairing = Rs.4000
Total Cost price of the computer = Rs.52,000 + Rs.4000 = Rs.56,000Selling price = Rs.47,000
Therefore the amount of loss = CP _ SP = 56,000 – 47,000 = Rs.9000
Loss % = loss x 100 /CP = 9000 x 100 / 56,000 = 900/56
225/14 % = 16 1/14 % 
Question 28 of 30
28. Question
1 pointsA bathing soap marked at Rs.80 is sold for Rs.68.Find the rate of discount.
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Marked price = (M.P) = Rs.80
Selling price = (S.P) = Rs.68
Discount amount = Rs. 80 – 68 = Rs.12
Therefore, Rate of discount = Discount x 100 / M.P
= 12 x 100 / 80 = 120 / 8 = 15%
Hence the answer is 15%Incorrect
Marked price = (M.P) = Rs.80
Selling price = (S.P) = Rs.68
Discount amount = Rs. 80 – 68 = Rs.12
Therefore, Rate of discount = Discount x 100 / M.P
= 12 x 100 / 80 = 120 / 8 = 15%
Hence the answer is 15% 
Question 29 of 30
29. Question
1 pointsChandru can complete a work in 36 days and Pavithra can complete the same work in 30 days. If Pavithra worked for 20 days and left the work, in how many days, Chandru alone can complete the remaining job?
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Pavithra’s 1 day work = 1/30
Pavithra’s 20 day’s work = 1/30 x 20 = 2/3
Remaining work = 1 – 2/3 = 1/3
Now, Chandru’s 1 day work = 1/36
Therefore, 1/3 work is done by him in 36 x 1/3 = 12 daysIncorrect
Pavithra’s 1 day work = 1/30
Pavithra’s 20 day’s work = 1/30 x 20 = 2/3
Remaining work = 1 – 2/3 = 1/3
Now, Chandru’s 1 day work = 1/36
Therefore, 1/3 work is done by him in 36 x 1/3 = 12 days 
Question 30 of 30
30. Question
1 pointsP and Q separately can dig a well in 32 days and 24 days respectively. They completed the same work in 8 days with the help of R. Then R can dig a well alone in:
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(P + Q + R)’s 1 day work = 1/8,
P’s 1 day work = 1/32,
Q’s 1 day work = 1/24.Therefore R’s 1 day work = 1/8 – (1/32 + 1/24) = (1/8 – 7/96)= 5/96
So, R alone can do the work in 96/5 days = 19 1/5 days.
Hence the required answer is 19 1/5 days.Incorrect
(P + Q + R)’s 1 day work = 1/8,
P’s 1 day work = 1/32,
Q’s 1 day work = 1/24.Therefore R’s 1 day work = 1/8 – (1/32 + 1/24) = (1/8 – 7/96)= 5/96
So, R alone can do the work in 96/5 days = 19 1/5 days.
Hence the required answer is 19 1/5 days.