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1. Direction: Read the sentence to find out The attack launched by/ the three terrorists
whether there is any error in it. The error, if on the district is/ shaping the final days of
any, will be in one part of the sentence. If the the/ Municipality election campaign.
given sentence is correct as it is, mark the A. The attack launched by
answer as No error. Ignore the errors of B. The three terrorists on the district is
punctuation if any. C. Shaping the final days of the
The contractor decided to improvise/ the D. Municipality election campaign
designs of the building to/ account for the E. No error
delay in the construction/, which occurred 5. Direction: Read the sentence to find out
because of the worker’s strike. whether there is any error in it. The error, if
A. The contractor decided to improvise any, will be in one part of the sentence. If the
B. The designs of the building to given sentence is correct as it is, mark the
C. Account for the delay in the construction answer as No error. Ignore the errors of
punctuation if any.
D. Which occurred because of the worker’s
Even though some of these leaders
strike
succeeded/ in proving their innocence,
E. No error the majority continue to fight/ the legal
2. Direction: Read the sentence to find out battles with their backs to the wall/ while
whether there is any error in it. The error, if some of those charged are in jail.
any, will be in one part of the sentence. If the A. Even though some of these leaders
given sentence is correct as it is, mark the succeeded
answer as No error. Ignore the errors of B. In proving their innocence, the majority
punctuation if any. continue to fight
The artist kept on petting/ the editor about C. The legal battles with their backs to the
the news article/ even when clearly notified wall
about/ it multiple times in the past. D. While some of those charged are in jail
A. The artist kept on petting E. No error
B. The editor about the news article 6. Direction: Read the sentence to find out
C. Even when clearly notified about whether there is any error in it. The error, if
D. It multiple times in the past any, will be in one part of the sentence. If the
E. No error given sentence is correct as it is, mark the
3. Direction: Read the sentence to find out answer as No error. Ignore the errors of
whether there is any error in it. The error, if punctuation if any.
any, will be in one part of the sentence. If the Common shrew, whose favourite/ meal is
given sentence is correct as it is, mark the earthworms, are very active,/ and must eat
answer as No error. Ignore the errors of constantly to/ supply their ravenous
punctuation if any. metabolism.
A. Common shrew, whose favourite
Looking at the horizon,/ a few years back, I
B. Meal is earthworms, are very active,
often wonder/ about our proximity to the
C. And must eat constantly to
almighty/ and yet the distance between us.
D. Supply their ravenous metabolism
A. Looking at the horizon, E. No error
B. A few years back, I often wonder 7. Direction: Read the sentence to find out
C. About our proximity to the almighty whether there is any error in it. The error, if
D. And yet the distance between us any, will be in one part of the sentence. If the
E. No error given sentence is correct as it is, mark the
4. Direction: Read the sentence to find out answer as No error. Ignore the errors of
whether there is any error in it. The error, if punctuation if any.
any, will be in one part of the sentence. If the The self-appointing God/ woman not only
given sentence is correct as it is, mark the spew venom against the community,/ but also
answer as No error. Ignore the errors of made an open call for violence/ against meat
punctuation if any. eaters and "seculars".

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A. The self-appointing God Direction (11-20): In the following passage,


there are blanks each of which has been
B. Woman not only spew venom against the
community numbered. These numbers correspond to the
question numbers; against each question, five
C. But also made an open call for violence words have been suggested, one of which fills
D. Against meat eaters and "seculars" the blanks appropriately.
E. No error About three-quarters of greenhouse gas
8. Direction: Read the sentence to find out emissions that are (Q1) to humans come from
whether there is any error in it. The error, if burning fossil fuels. We burn fossil fuels- non-
any, will be in one part of the sentence. If the renewable energy sources - when we
given sentence is correct as it is, mark the (Q2) vehicles, heat our homes, and even use
answer as No error. Ignore the errors of electricity, according to the U.S. Energy
punctuation if any. Information Administration. The
Administration has also concluded that
Had I come to know/ about the difficulties/ he greenhouse gas (Q3) have been on the rise
was facing/ I would have certainly helped. since industrialization, suggesting that
A. Had I come to know humans are to be (Q4) for much of the
B. About the difficulties greenhouse gas production. And science has
C. He was facing also (Q5) greenhouse gas production to
D. I would have certainly helped. climate change, or the increase in earth’s
E. No error temperature. Because the Natural Resources
Defense Council writes that global warming
9. Direction: Read the sentence to find out
can cause (Q6) weather events, flooding,
whether there is any error in it. The error, if
water shortages and disturbed ecosystems, it
any, will be in one part of the sentence. If the
is important for each individual to understand
given sentence is correct as it is, mark the
his or her impact on the future and work to
answer as No error. Ignore the errors of
make that impact more positive. Although
punctuation if any.
reducing energy use is today’s latest (Q7), a
The man was gentle enough/ to inform us of measure of your carbon footprint will also
the conspiracy/ but he refused to/ name the include recycling. According to Carbon
person behind it. Footprint, a carbon management business,
A. The man was gentle enough when you don’t recycle, you (Q8) the energy
B. To inform us of the conspiracy that is used making and transporting new
C. But he refused to items. Recycling and reusing allows less
D. Name the person behind it energy to go into the (Q9) of creating new
E. No error items. This means fewer fossil fuels are being
used. In addition, Carbon Footprint points out
10. Direction: Read the sentence to find out that when you recycle, your garbage takes up
whether there is any error in it. The error, if less (Q10) in landfills. Thus, by not recycling,
any, will be in one part of the sentence. If the you increase your greenhouse gas emissions,
given sentence is correct as it is, mark the contributing to climate change.
answer as No error. Ignore the errors of 11. Find the appropriate word in each case.
punctuation if any. A. overwhelmed B. allied
The manager asked the employee/ if there C. kin D. attributed
were any chances/ for recovering the data/ E. affiliated
lost after the system format. 12. Find the appropriate word in each case.
A. vandalize B. corrode
A. The manager asked the employee
C. abrade D. deface
B. If there were any chances
E. operate
C. For recovering the data
13. Find the appropriate word in each case.
D. Lost after the system format
A. conversion B. emissions
E. No error
C. transformation D. transpose
E. barter

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14. Find the appropriate word in each case. global crisis are belatedly withdrawn. At the
A. undergone B. endured same time, the surge in inflation caused by
C. tormented D. angst exorbitant food prices has spread more
E. blamed widely, casting doubt over whether India can
15. Find the appropriate word in each case. grow at 8-10 per cent in the medium term
A. proclaimed B. mooted without overheating.
C. linked D. articulated In India, as in many fast-growing nations, the
E. preconized confidence to invest depends on the
16. Find the appropriate word in each case. conviction that the long term trajectory is
A. catastrophic B. lucrative intact and it is that which is in doubt. Big
C. opportune D. expedient Indian firms too. Sometimes, seem happier to
E. opulent invest abroad than at home, in deals that is
17. Find the appropriate word in each case. often hailed as symbols of the country’s
A. debacle B. situation growing clout but sometimes speak to its
C. condition D. rage weaknesses—purchases of natural resources
E. hurdle that India has in abundance but struggles to
18. Find the appropriate word in each case. get out of the ground. In fact, a further dip in
A. curb B. waste investment could be self- fulfilling: if fewer
C. subdue D. rout roads, ports and factories are built, this will
E. rein hurt both short-term growth figures and
19. Find the appropriate word in each case. reduce the economy’s long term capacity.
A. amendment B. revamp There is a view that because a fair amount of
C. summons D. reorientation growth is assured the government need not
E. process try very hard. The liberalisation that began in
20. Find the appropriate word in each case. 1991 freed markets for products and gave
A. mould B. room rise to vibrant competition. At the same time
C. guise D. forge what economists call factor markets, those for
E. carve basic inputs like land, power, labour etc.,
Direction (21-30): Read the passage remains unreformed and largely under state
carefully and answer the questions that control, which creates difficulties. Clearances
follow. Certain words are printed in bold to today can take three to four years and many
help you locate them while answering some of employers are keen to replace workers with
these. machines despite an abundance of labour
In a reversal of the norm elsewhere, in India force. This can be attributed to labour laws
policymakers and economists have become which are inimical to employee creation and
optimists while bosses do the worrying. The an education system that means finding
country’s Central Bank has predicted that the quality manpower a major problem. In fact,
country’s economy is likely to grow at a the Planning Commission concluded that
double-digit rate during the next 20-30 years. achieving even nine per cent growth will
India has the capability with its vast labour need marked policy action in unreformed
and lauded entrepreneurial spirit. But the sectors. Twenty years ago it was said that the
private sector, which is supposed to do the yardstick against which India should be
heavy lifting that turns India from the 32 measured was its potential and it is clear that
world’s tenth largest economy to its third there remains much to do.
largest by 2030, has become fed up. Business Source : https://www.economist.com
people often carp about India’s problems but 21. Why are employers reluctant to hire Indian
their irritation this time has a nervous edge. labour force?
In the first quarter of 2011, GDP grew at an (A) India's labour force is overqualified for the
annual rate of 7.8 per cent; in 2005-07, it employment opportunities available.
managed 9-10 percent. The economy may be (B) High attrition rate among employees
slowing naturally as the low interest rates and stemming from their entrepreneurial spirit
public spending that got India through the (C) Labour laws are not conducive to
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A. Only (C) B. All (A), (B) and (C) E. Criticising the measures taken by India
C. Only (A) and (C) D. Only (A) and (B) during the global economic crisis.
E. None of these 27. What measures do experts suggest to be
22. What is the state of India's basic input taken to ensure targeted economic growth?
sectors? A. Lowering of interest rates to help industries
A. These sectors attract Foreign Direct hit by recession.
Investment because of their vast potential. B. Prolonged financial support for basic input
B. These sectors are lagging as projects are industries.
usually awarded to foreign companies. C. Incentives to Indian companies to invest in
C. These sectors are stagnating and badly in infrastructure.
need of reforms. D. Formulation of policies and their
D. These sectors are well regulated as these implementation in factor markets.
are governed by the State. E. Stringent implementation of licensing
E. None of these system.
23. Which of the following can be said about the 28. Which of the following is most similar in
Indian economy? meaning to the word 'clout' given in bold as
A. It can comfortably achieve double-digit used in the passage?
growth rate at present. A. Strike B. Standing
B. High food prices have led to overheating of C. Force D. Launch
the economy. E. Achieve
C. Citizens are affluent owing to laxity in 29. Which of the following is most opposite in
regulation. meaning to the word “inimical” given in bold
D. Private sector confidence in India's growth as used in the passage?
potential is high. A. Hostile B. Amicable
E. Unreformed sectors are a drag on economic C. Harmful D. Unfavorable
growth. E. Despondent
24. What impact has the GDP growth of 7.8 30. Which of the following is most similar in
percent had? meaning to the word “hailed” given in bold as
(A) Indian Industry is anxious about India's used in the passage?
economic growth. A. Ignored B. Trickled
(B) India has achieved status as the world's C. Acclaimed D. Slighted
third largest economy at present. E. Livid
(C) Foreign investment in India has drastically 31. Direction: Find the value of ? in the following
increased. questions.
A. Only (A) B. All (A), (B) and (C)
37.5% of 96 + = ?+11.11% of 180
C. Only (A) and (C) D. Only(A) and (B)
E. None of these A. 70 B. 80
25. Which of the following is most opposite in C. 60 D. 50
meaning to the word 'marked' given in bold as E. 20
used in the passage? 32. Direction: Find the value of ? in the following
A. Decreased B. Ignored questions.
C. Clear D. Assessed (37*53) +25% of 212 = (111*11) +?
E. Imperceptible A. 893 B. 636
26. What is the author's main objective behind C. 793 D. 753
writing the passage? E. 546
A. Showcasing the potential of India's growth 33. Direction: Find the value of ? in the following
potential to entice foreign investors. questions.
B. Exhorting India to implement measures to
16.67% of ( ) +20 = ?+ 9.09% of 22 -8
live up to its potential.
C. Recommending India's model of A. 25 B. 34
development to other developing countries. C. 32 D. 14
D. Berating the private sector for not bidding E. 78
for infrastructure development projects.

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34. Direction: Find the value of ? in the following Direction (41-45): Study the following table
questions. carefully and answer the questions given
below.
× - (?)2 = 28 + 16 × 3 – 12 A table showing the percentage population of
a state in different age groups is given below.
A. 4 B. 36
C. 6 D. 16
E. 8
35. Direction: Find the value of ? in the following
questions.
52 + 132 – 112 = (?)3 – 52
A. 6 B. 3
C. 5 D. 4
E. None of these 41. Out of every 7000 people, find the number of
36. Direction: What will come in place of the persons of age more than 20 years and less
question mark (?) in the following number than 40 years.
series? A. 3755 B. 2880
20, 16, 25, 20, 35, ?, 55, 44 C. 3255 D. 4600
E. None of these
A. 75 B. 28
C. 22 D. 25 42. Which age group has the second least number
E. None of these of population among the age groups given
below?
37. Direction: What will come in place of the
A. 21 – 30 B. 41 – 50
question mark (?) in the following number
C. 51 – 60 D. 11 – 20
series?
E. None of these
12, 36, 80, 150,? 43. If the difference between the numbers of
A. 225 B. 166 people in the age group 51 – 60 and 61 above
C. 252 D. 215 is 1840000. Then find out total population of
E. 149 the state.
38. Direction: What will come in place of the A. 11 million B. 75 million
question mark (?) in the following number C. 66 million D. 50 million
series? E. None of these
7, ?, 42, 210, 1680, 20160 44. If 16.125 million people are in the age group
A. 20 B. 19 41 – 50, then find out the difference between
C. 14 D. 25 number of people of age group 21 – 30 and
E. 10 51 – 60
A. 37.23 million B. 38.5 million
39. Direction: What will come in place of the
C. 32.27 million D. 34.56 million
question mark (?) in the following number
E. 40.25 million
series?
45. If total population of the state is 50 million
1/2, 1, 7/4, 31/12, ?, 523/120 then find out the ratio of populations of age
A. 83/24 B. 25/52 group 41 – 50 and 51 – 60.
C. 96/125 D. 94/85 A. 77:51 B. 431:143
E. 65/96 C. 551:233 D. 1075:743
40. Direction: What will come in place of the E. None of these
question mark (?) in the following number 46. The commission paid to the broker is equal to
series? 20% of the profit left after his commission is
4, 9, 29, ?, 599, 3599 paid. If his commission is known to be 12,000
A. 117 B. 347 Rs. Then find the total profit?
C. 258 D. 174 A. 60000 B. 72000
E. None of these C. 50000 D. 45000
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47. Direction: Read the following questions and 53. Direction: In the following question, two
answer accordingly. equations numbered I and II are given. You
The circumference of a circle is twice the have to solve both the equations and answer
perimeter of a rectangle. The area of the the question.
circle is 5544 sq.m What is the area of the I. x2 = 529
rectangle if the breadth of the rectangle is II. y2 +241 = 770
10m? A. If x < y B. If x > y
A. 620 B. 480 C. If x < y D. If x > Y
C. 520 D. 560 E. If x=y or relationship between x and y
E. 540 cannot be established.
48. The profit earned after selling an article for 54. Direction: In the following question, two
Rs. 650 is same as the loss incurred after equations are given. Solve both the equations
selling the article for Rs. 426. Find the half of and answer the question accordingly.
the 50% of the cost price. I.
A. Rs. 134.50 B. Rs. 135.50 II. Y2-85Y-450
C. Rs. 146.50 D. Rs. 125.50 A. x>y B. x≥y
E. None of these C. x<y D. x≤y
49. A boat covers 44 km upstream in 4 hours and E. x=y or the relationship cannot be
60 km downstream in same time. What time established
he take to cover 52 km in still water? 55. Direction: In the following question, two
A. 3 hours. B. 4 hours equations are given. Solve both the equations
C. 5 hours D. 4 hours 30 minutes and answer the question accordingly.
E. None of these
50. Direction: Read the following questions and I. - =0
answer accordingly. II. y3 - 63/2= 0
A vessel contains 50 litres of pure milk. From A. If x < y B. If x > y
these 10 litres of milk is replaced with water. C. If x < y D. If x > y
The process is repeated one more time. Find E. If x=y or relationship between x and y
the quantity of milk in the final solution. cannot be determined.
A. 32 litres B. 38 litres Direction (56-60): Answer these questions
C. 36 litres D. 40 litres on the basis of the information given below.
E. None of these Sales of Diarieas by different companies (in
51. Direction: In the following question, two thousands of units)
equations are given. Solve both the equations From 2011 to 2016
and answer the question accordingly.
I. 9x2 – 27x + 8 = 0
II. 4y2 – 13y + 3 = 0
A. If x < y B. If x > y
C. If x < y D. If x > y
E. if x = y or relationship cannot be
established.
52. Direction: In the following question, two
equations are given. Solve both the equations
and answer the question accordingly.
I.
II.
A. if x>y B. if x≥y
C. if x D. if x≤y
E. if x=y or the relationship cannot be Sales revenue = Sales (by volume) × Selling
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Profit = Sales revenue - Expenditure A. Decreases by 3 B. Increases by 2


C. Decreases by 1 D. Increases by 3
Profit percentage = 100
E. Can’t be determined
56. Which company has the highest average 62. The average of all the perfect squares of the
annual sales (by volume)? Set C is :
A. Delta B. Mahaveer A. 35 B. 33
C. Subhash D. ITC C. 30.5 D. 32.90
E. none of these E. None of these
57. In any year the market share of a company is 63. A tank has three pipes. The first pipe can fill
defined as the sales of the company as a 1/2 part of the tank in 1 hour and the second
percentage of the total sales (by volume) of pipe can fill 1/3 part in 1 hour. The third pipe
the four companies. In which year was the is for making the tank empty. When all the
market share of ITC the highest? three pipes are open, 7/12th part of the tank
A. 2011 B. 2012 is filled in 1 hours. How much time will the
C. 2014 D. 2013 third pipe take to empty the completely filled
E. none of these tank ?
58. If in 2015, the profit percentage obtained by A. 13 hours B. 4 hours
Delta on selling each diary was 30 and each C. 15 hours D. 16 hours
diary was sold at Rs 95, then what is the E. None of these
expenditure incurred by Delta in the year 64. Ram started from a point A towards point B.
2015 if all diaries it made were sold? After 120 minutes Mohan started from B
A. Rs 8 crore B. Rs 6 crore towards A. By the time Ram travelled one-
C. Rs 4.5 crore D. Rs 5 crore fifth of the total distance, Mohan had also
E. none of these travelled the same. If Mohan’s speed is thrice
59. In the year 2011, the expenditures of that of Ram’s speed, find the difference in the
Subhash, Delta, Reynolds and ITC are in ratio time (in hour) taken by Ram and Mohan to
3:5:4:2, then which company had the highest reach their destinations?
profit percentage? (Assume that all the A. 12 hours B. 10 hours
companies made a profit). C. 8 hours D. 9 hours
A. Delta E. 13 hours
B. Mahaveer 65. A vessel contains a mixture of milk and water
C. ITC in the respective ratio of 5 : 1.24 litre of
D. Cannot be determined mixture was taken out and replaced with the
E. none of these same quantity of milk so that the resultant
60. Considering any company in any year, which ratio between the quantities of milk and water
company has seen the maximum percentage in the mixture was 13 : 2 respectively If 15
increase in its sales (by volume) when litre of the mixture is again taken out from
compared to that in the previous year? the vessel what is the resultant quantity of
A. Delta B. ITC milk in the mixture ? (in litre)
C. Mahaveer D. Subhash A. 97 B. 89
E. none of these C. 91 D. 99
61. Direction: There are 3 sets of natural numbers E. 84
1 to 100. Set A consist all the natural Direction (66-70): Read the following
numbers which are prime, upto 100. Set B information carefully and answer the
contains all the non-prime even natural questions that follow:
numbers upto 100. Set C contains all the non- There are nine letters A, B, E, F, G, I, O, T, Y
prime odd natural numbers upto 100 i.e., are arranged in three parallel rows containing
A = { 2,3,5,7,11……89,97} three letters each in such a way that there is
B = { 4,6,8,10,12……98,100} an equal distance between adjacent letter. In
C = { 1,9,15,21,25,27,33….95,99} row 1, 2 and 3 are seated (but not necessarily
If an element 2 is also included in the Set B, in the same order). Six letters in two rows
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• A and G is facing North in different rows and D and the one who is from Kolkata. B, who
is not next to E. lives on floor 3, is a female. The persons who
• A, O and I are arranged in three different are immediately above the vacant floors are
rows and vowels are not an immediate wife and husband. Two female persons live
neighbour of vowel. adjacent to each other. F is a female and lives
• E and B are diagonally opposite to each on floor number 10. E lives on one of the
other and similarly E and F are diagonally floors above H but not below C. A lives
opposite. immediately below H. The person from
• O, next to B, facing south and T does not Kolkata is the brother of D. Floor number 7 is
face south. a vacant floor. D is the daughter of B. C is not
• Y is on extreme left. from Kolkata.
66. Which of the following combination get south 71. Which of the following represents the pair of
facing? females?
A. YOA B. YEG A. F,B,G B. B,F,D
C. YOB D. Data inadequate C. F,D,G D. B,A,F
E. None of these E. D,F,C
67. Which constant is between the vowels? 72. Who lives immediately above the vacant
A. B B. Y floors?
C. G D. F A. B,E B. C,G
E. T C. B,C D. F,C
68. Vowels which are facing north? E. H,B
A. AOE B. OIE 73. Who is the husband of B?
C. EIO D. EIA A. C B. G
E. None of these C. F D. B
69. If ‘E’ is related to Y and G and ‘T’ is related to E. No one as B is a male
O and I in certain way, to which of the 74. If the person from Kolkata is the brother of D,
following would ‘A’ be related to following the then who is the son of C?
same pattern? A. B B. A
A. I and B B. T and E C. H D. G
C. B and F D. Either (A) or (B) E. E
E. None of these 75. If all the persons are arranged in alphabetical
70. Which of the following represents persons order from bottom to top leaving the vacant
seated at the two extreme ends of the line? floors how many of them remain unchanged?
A. FG B. BE A. 4 B. 3
C. FE D. AT C. 1 D. 0
E. OY E. 6
Direction (71-75): Study the following Direction (76-80): In this question,
information carefully to answer the given relationship between different elements is
questions: shown in the statements. Choose the
Eight people A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H live on conclusion(s) that can be derived from the
10 different floors where 2 floors are vacant. statements and mark as your answer.
The ground floor is numbered 1, the next is 2 76. Statement: A ≥ C > D, E < F = C, H ≤ J < F
and so on where the top most floor is Conclusion:
numbered 10. Out of these, 3 are females and I. A > H
the rest are males. All the 8 people are II. E = J
related to each other in one way or the other. III. E < D
H lives on an even numbered floor but not on A. Only conclusion I follows
floor number 2. F is the daughter-in-law of D. B. Only conclusion I and III follows
The person living on floor number 4 is the C. Either conclusion II or III follows
mother of E. There are 3 floors between C and D. None of the consluisons follows
D. D is a female who lives on floor number 4. E. All the conclusions follow
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77. Statement: R sits second to right of the one who likes


W=U>V,R<S≤U,S>O=L Swift. The one who likes Audi is an immediate
Conclusion: neighbour of the one who likes Swift. Two
I. R < W people sit between the one who likes Audi and
II. L = U N. O and Q are immediate neighbours of each
III. L < U other. Neither O nor Q is an immediate
A. Only conclusion I follows neighbour of either N or the one who likes
B. Only conclusion I and III follow Swift. The one who likes Duster sits second to
C. Either conclusion II or III follows right of P. P is neither likes Swift nor Audi. S
D. None of the consluisons follows and the one who likes Alto are immediate
E. All the conclusions follow neighbours of each other. N is does not likes
78. Statement: Alto. Only one person sits between O and the
Y≤Z=O,X≥T>Y,R≤S≥O one who likes I-10. T sits third to left of the
Conclusion: one who likes Mercedes. The one who likes
I. S > Y Ford sits second to the left of the one who
II. S = Y likes Baleno.
81. Who amongst the following sits second to left
A. Only conclusion I follows
of N?
B. Only conclusion II follows
A. O
C. Either conclusion I or II follows
B. T
D. Neither conclusion I nor II follows
C. The one who likes Swift
E. Both conclusions I and II follow
D. The one who likes Ford
79. Statement: E. S
J=M<K,L>C≥K,F<O≤M Direction (82-84): Study the following
Conclusion: information carefully to answer the
I. L ≥ O questions.
II. C > J J is 40 m to the west of K and 20 m to the
A. Only conclusion I follows north of L. M is to the 20m north of J and the
B. Only conclusion II follows 40m west of N.
C. Either conclusion I or II follows 82. What is the distance between L and K?
D. Neither conclusion I nor II follows
A. 20 m B. 20 5m
E. Both conclusions I and II follow
80. Statement: C. 19 m D. 15 m
A≥B>C,B=H<I,I>M≤D E. None of these
Conclusion: 83. What is the required distance between N and
I. C < I K?
II. D ≤ B A. 20m B. 40m
A. Only conclusion I follows C. 35m D. 45m
B. Only conclusion II follows E. None of these
C. Either conclusion I or II follows 84. What is the N’s direction with respect to L?
D. Neither conclusion I nor II follows A. South B. Northeast
E. Both conclusions I and II follow C. Southwest D. North
81. Direction: Study the following information E. None of these
carefully and answer the given questions. 85. Direction: In each question below are three
Eight friends M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are statements followed by two conclusions
sitting around a rectangular table facing the numbered I and II. You have to take the three
centre but not necessarily in the same order. given statements to be true even if they seem
Each one of them likes different cars viz. Alto, to be at variance with commonly known facts
I-10, Duster, Swift, Baleno, Ford, Audi and and then decide which of the given
Mercedes. But not necessarily in the same conclusions logically follows from the three
order. statements disregarding commonly known
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Statement: A. only conclusion I follows.


All jeeps are cars. B. only conclusion II follows.
All cars are buses. C. either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
Some buses are trucks. D. neither conclusion I nor conclusion II
Conclusion: follows.
I. some jeeps are trucks. E. both conclusions I and II follow.
II. All jeeps are buses. 88. Direction: In each question below are three
A. only conclusion I follows. statements followed by two conclusions
B. only conclusion II follows. numbered I and II. You have to take the three
C. either conclusion I or conclusion II follows. given statements to be true even if they seem
D. neither conclusion I nor conclusion II to be at variance with commonly known facts
follows. and then decide which of the given
E. both conclusions II and II follow. conclusions logically follows from the three
86. Direction: In each question below are three statements disregarding commonly known
statements followed by two conclusions facts.
numbered I and II. You have to take the three Statement:
given statements to be true even if they seem No drum is a guitar.
to be at variance with commonly known facts All guitars are violins.
and then decide which of the given Some violins are flutes.
conclusions logically follows from the three Conclusion:
statements disregarding commonly known I Some violins are guitars.
facts. II. Some drums are flutes.
Statement: A. only conclusion I follows.
Some balls are rackets. B. only conclusion II follows.
Some rackets are bats. C. either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
All bats are nets. D. neither conclusion I nor conclusion II
Conclusion: follows.
I. No net is a ball. E. both conclusions II and II follow.
II. All rackets are nets.
89. Direction: In each question below are three
A. only conclusion I follows. statements followed by two conclusions
B. only conclusion II follows. numbered I and II. You have to take the three
C. either conclusion I or conclusion II follows. given statements to be true even if they seem
D. neither conclusion I nor conclusion II to be at variance with commonly known facts
follows. and then decide which of the given
E. both conclusions II and II follow. conclusions logically follows from the three
87. Direction: In each question below are three statements disregarding commonly known
statements followed by two conclusions facts.
numbered I and II. You have to take the three Statement:
given statements to be true even if they seem All guns are cannons.
to be at variance with commonly known facts All cannons are flutes.
and then decide which of the given Some cannons are bows.
conclusions logically follows from the three Conclusion:
statements disregarding commonly known I. Some guns are bows.
facts. II. Some flutes are bows.
Statement: A. only conclusion I follows.
All computers are printers. B. only conclusion II follows.
All printers are staplers. C. either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
All staplers are scanners. D. neither conclusion I nor conclusion II
Conclusion: follows.
I. All printers are scanners. E. both conclusions II and II follow.
II. Some staplers are computers.

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90. Boys and girls are sitting in a row in audience 93. Find the correct one from the following
in front of a stage which faces north. Rani is alternatives.
fifth to the left of Sunita who is eighth to the A. B owns Oppo B. A owns Samsung
right of Nishant. How many children are there C. C owns Micromax D. G owns Nokia
between Rani and Nishant? E. None of these
A. One 94. Who among the following is the owner of
B. Two Oppo phone?
C. Four A. B B. A
D. cannot be determined C. D D. E
E. None of these E. None of these
Direction (91-95): Study the information 95. Which of the following persons are immediate
given below and answer the questions based neighbors of Sony Phone owner?
on it. A. A & G B. D & H
Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G & H are C. B & E D. E & A
sitting around a square table. Each of them E. None of these
owns one distinct brand of mobile phone viz. Direction (96-100): Study the following
Apple, Samsung, Motorola, Sony, Vivo, Oppo, information to answer the questions.
Nokia & Micromax (not necessarily in the In a certain code,
same order). Four people are sitting at the 'we are best friends' is written as 'xu zu lu yu'
corners and faces outside of the table. Four 'we good are player' is written as 'tu yu nu
people sitting in the middle of the square zu',
table is facing towards the centre of the table. 'friends best good more' is written as 'tu xu
B is not facing towards the centre. The owner du lu'
of Micromax mobile is facing the owner of 'are best own aim' is written as 'pu xu ku zu'.
Motorola Mobile. Similarly, owner of Apple 96. What is the code for 'more'?
mobile is facing the owner of Samsung A. tu B. xu
Mobile. The Apple phone owner is sitting C. du D. lu
between B & G. A is sitting fourth to the left of E. Canwe be determined
B. The immediate neighbours of Apple phone 97. What is the code for 'friends'?
owner own Vivo & Nokia phone. H is sitting A. lu B. xu
immediate left of B and owns a Micromax C. du D. tu
phone. The immediate neighbours of Motorola E. du or zu
phone owner own Oppo & Nokia phone. C & D 98. Which of the following may represent 'more
are facing each other. C doesn’t own player are aim'?
Samsung or Motorola phone. D & F are A. nu zu pu ku B. ku nu zu yu
immediate neighbours of A. C. du pu ku zu D. nu du pu zu
91. The person sitting 3rd left of F owns which E. du pu ku xu
brand of mobile phone? 99. What does 'nu' stand for?
A. Oppo B. Sony A. player B. we
C. Apple D. Samsung C. good D. are
E. None of these E. Cannot be determined
92. The owner of Samsung phone is sitting with 100. Which of the following may represent 'own are
respect to H? good player'?
A. Third to the left of H A. ku tu zu pu B. pu du zu nu
B. the immediate neighbour of H C. xu nu tu ku D. tu zu nu xu
C. Second to the right of H E. tu nu zu ku
D. Fourth to the Left of H
E. None of these

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