Q1. The average age of a man and his son is 45 years. The ratio of their ages is 5 : 1. What is the difference between the ages of the man and his son?
a)40 years b)60 years c)55 years d)45 years e)None of these
Q2. The difference between 41% of a number and 15% of the same number is 390. What is 33% of the number?
a)360 b)495 c)490 d)150 e)395
Q3. The inner diameter of a well is 18meters. If the well is 28 metres deep then what is its volume?
a)7218 cu m b)7282 cu m c)7128 cu m d)7028 cu e)None of these
Q4. If a commission of 10% is given on MP of book ,the publisher gains 20% if the commission is increase to 15% the gain % is ?
a) 40/3 b) 10 c) 20 d) 15 e) None of these
Q5. A takes 2 hr more than B to walk D km .if A double his speed than he can make it in 1 hr less than B. How much time does B require for walking D km?
a) 4 hr b) 1 hr c) 2.5 hr d) 1.5 hr e) 3 hr
Q6. The circumferences two concentric circles are 186m and 142m. What is difference between their radii?
a)7m b)10m c)11m d)8m e)14m
Q7. In a class of 45 students and 8 teachers, each student got sweets that are 20% of the total number of students and each teacher got sweets that are 40% of the total number of students. How many sweets were there?
a) 484 b) 549 c) 600 d) 449 e) 550
Q8. There are two examinations rooms A and B. If 10 students are sent from A to B, then the number of students in each room is the same. If 20 candidates are sent from B to A, then the number of students in A is double the number of students in B. The number of students in room A is:
a) .20 b) .80 c) 100 d) .200 e) None of these
Q9. A.train covers a distance of 880 km in 16 hours. What is the average speed of the car, if the speed of the car is 30% less than the speed of the train?
a)71.5 kmph b)60 kmph c)38.5 kmph d)40 kmph e)37.5 kmph
Q10. A is 30% more efficient than B. How much time will they, working together, take to complete a job which A alone could have done in 23 days?
a) 11 days b) 13 days c) 20 days d) 15 days e) None of these
Q11. A does half as much work as B in three-fourth of the time. If together they take 18 days to complete the work, how much time shall B take to do it?
a) 30 days b) 40 days c) 15 days d)24 days e) None of these
Direction (12-13):Find the approximate value should come in the question mark ?
Q12. 12591 / 39.8 + 933 / 13 – 12.86 * 14.2 + 135 = ?
a) 340 b) 330 c) 325 d)350 e)355
Q13. 33% of 1235 + 917 / 12 – 129% of 765 + 682 = ?
a) 160 b) 180 c) 200 d) 210 e)225
Q14. In simultaneous throw of two coins,the probability of getting at least one head is:
a) 1/2 b) 2/3 c) 3/4 d) 1/3 e) None of these
Q15. A bag contains 6 black balls and 8 white balls. one ball is drawn at random.what is the probability that the ball drawn is white:
a) 4/7 b) 3/4 c) 4/5 d)1/8 e)None of theseAnswer & Explanation
Let time taken by B =t
so time taken by A=t+2
when speed of A is double then time taken by A=(t+2)/2
Numbers of sweets got by students = 45*9=405
Numbers of sweets got by teachers = 8*18=144
8.c Let numbers of students in A and B are x and y
From above Eq.
Speed of train=880/16*70/100=38.5
Recquired time=13*23/23=13 days
Let B has done the work in x days
Directions (1-5): In making decisions about important questions, it is desirable to be able to distinguish between ‘strong’arguments and ‘weak’arguments. ‘Strong’ arguments are those which are both important and directly related to the question. ‘Weak’ arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question.
Instructions: In each of the following a question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which argument is strong and which argument is weak. Give answer
(1) if only argument I is strong.
(2) if only argument II is strong.
(3) if either argument I or II is strong.
(4) if neither argument I nor II is strong.
(5) if both the arguments I and II are strong.
Q1.Statement: Should India develop a national water grid by connecting all the rivers in the country?
I No, this is just not possible as we do not have the technical knowledge.
II Yes, this will greatly help the entire country by effectively channelizing the excess water to the areas having shortage.
Q2.Statement:Should there be Board examination at the end of Std. IV for all the students in India?
I. No, this will unnecessarily burden the children at their tender age and hamper normal growth,
II. Yes, in today’s competitive world the children need to be prepared right from the beginning to face such difficult examinations.
Q3.Statement: Should India create a huge oil reserve like some western countries to face difficult situations in future?
I. No, there is no need to block huge amount of foreign exchange and keep the money idle.
II. Yes, this will help India withstand shocks of sudden rise in oil prices due to unforeseen circumstances.
Q4.Statement: Should the parents of those children who do not send their wards to school be fined?
I. Yes, this is the only way to eradicate illiteracy.
II. No, why should the parents be fined
Q5.Statement: Should there be a total ban on all tobacco products in India?
I. No, this will render a large number of people jobless.
II. No, the government will lose huge amount of money as it will not earn by way of taxes on these products.
Directions (6-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below :
Punit, Shahid, Raju, Sumant, Arman and Urmila are six students studying for their Master’s Degree in different subjects- Biology, History, Geography, Statistics, Maths and Urdu. Two of them stay in hostel A, two stay in hostel B and the remaining two stay in their homes. Raju does not stay in hostel B and studies geography. Arman studies Maths and Sumant studies Urdu. The student studying statistics and history do not stay in hostel B. Urmila and Sumant stay in hostel A and Arman stays in hostel B. Shahid stays at home.
Q6.Which of the following pairs of students stay one each in hostel A and at home ?
(1 )Urmila and Sumant (2)Sumant and Raju (3)Shahid and Raju (4)Arman and Urmila
(5)None of these
Q7.Who studies Biology ?
(1)Shahid (2)Raju (3)Punit (4)Sumant (5)None of these
Q8.Which of the following pairs of students stays at home ?
(1)Shahid, Sumant (2)Raju, Sumant (3)Urmila, Sumant (4) Shahid, Raju (5)None of these
Q9.Which of the following combination of subject and places of stay is not correct ?
(1) Biology – Hostel B (2)Geography -Home (3) Urdu – Hostel B (4)Maths-Hostel B (5) None of these
Q10.Which subject(s) does Shahid study?
(1)History (2)Statistic (3)History/Statistic (4)Geography (5)None of theseAnswers
1.2 2.4 3.2 4.4 5.5 6 .2 7.3 8.4 9.3 10.3
Directions(Q 1-15): Find out the error in each of the following sentences, if any. If there is no error, your answer is ‘e’.
Q1. The haves should not look scornfully at the haves not, rather they should try to encourage them to work hard and earn their livelihood.
I. The haves should 2. not look scornfully 3. at the haves not, rather they should
II. try to encourage them to work hard and earn their livelihood 5. No Error
Q2. All his sister-in -laws are extremely beautiful to look at so the question of selection is very puzzling.
1. All his sister-in-laws 2. are extremely beautiful 3. to look at so the question
4. of selection is very puzzling 5. No Error
Q3. The brethrens of this locality are always at daggers drawn without any apparent reason.
1. The brethrens 2. of this locality are always 3. at daggers drawn without any 4. apparent reason 5.No Error
Q4. Two summons have been issued by the court but you have not turned up yet.
1. Two summons 2. have been issued by the court 3. but you have not 4. turned up yet 5. No Error
Q5. He has bought a dozen of copies of British English Grammar, which is a very popular book among the students.
1. He has bought 2. a dozen of copies 3. of British English Grammar, 4. which is a very popular book among the students 5. No Error
Q6. He uses a fine quality of shampoo so his hairs are black and attractive.
1. He uses a fine 2. quality of shampoo 3. so his hairs are 4. black and attractive 5. No Error
Q7. “I know nothing about his whereabout. Do you ?” he said to me.
1. “I know nothing 2. about his whereabout 3. Do you 4. he said to me 5. No Error
Q8. You and I have done my best in the examination.
1. You and I 2. have done 3. my best in 4. the examination 5. No Error.
Q9. He was much more surprised than me to see the dancing girl coming towards us.
1. He was much 2. more surprised than me 3. to see the dancing girl 4. coming towards us
5. No Error
Q10. Everybody who was working in that office gave a day’s pay as their contributions to the dependants of Dr. Sonu who had died on duty.
1. Everybody 2. who was working in that office gave 3. a day’s pay as their contributions
4. to the dependants of Dr. Sonu who had died on duty 5. No Error
Q11. The articles published in this magazine are better than that magazine.
1. The articles 2. published in this magazine 3. are better than 4. that magazine 5. No Error
Q12. The Principal ordered the peon to let the boys and I go in.
1. The Principal ordered 2. the peon to 3. let the boys 4. and I go in 5. No Error
Q13. Your are the same problems as mine.
1. Your are 2. the same 3. problems as 4. mine 5. No error
Q14. He lent me some money on the condition that I should return the same before November.
1. He lent me some 2. money on the condition 3. that I should return the same
4. before November 5. No Error
Q15. I ordered some books on English Grammar but none has arrived yet.
1. I ordered 2. some books on English Grammar 3. but none 4. has arrived yet 5. No Error
1.3 2.1 3.1 4.1 5.2 6.3 7.2 8.3 9.2 10.3 11.4 12.4 13.1 14.3 15.5
Q1. _______ are specially designed computer chips that reside other devices. Such as your car or your car or your electronic thermostat.
(a) Severs (b) Embedded computers (c) Robotic Computers (d) Mainframe (e) None of these
Q2. Primary Memory stores:
(a) Result (b) Data (c) Programs (d) All of these (e) None of these
Q3. Non-physical components of the computer are referred to as _______.
(a) CPU (b) Software (c) Hardware (d) Program (e) None of these
Q4. What was the first fully electronic general purpose computer in the world?
(a) ENIAC (b) EDSAC (c) EDVAC (d) UNIVAX (e) Z1
Q5. A type of instruction that can produce several lines of machine language code is called a ______.
(a) Mnemonic (b) Address (c) Macro (d) Assemble (e) None of these
Q6. What is the sequence of events that occurs in the computer when it is interpreting and executing an instruction known as?
(a) Execution cycle (b) Instruction cycle (c) Working cycle (d) Machine cycle
(e) None of the above
Q7. A graphical input device that can generate digital signals that represent the movement of a pen is known as
(a) Light pen (b) Data tablet (c) Touch Panel (d) Mouse (e) None of these
Q8. An input device that reads printed text employing optical character pattern matching, is known as _________.
(a) Scanner (b) Magnetic disk (c) Mouse (d) Magnetic tape (e) None of these
Q9. How many types of semiconductor memory does a computer have?
(a) Four (b) Eight (c) One (d) Two (e) Five
Q10. Which among the following is a component of ROM?
(a) Magnetic cores (b) Micro-Processors (c) Photoelectric cells (d) Floppy disks (e) None of these
Q11. What is an Offline device?
a) A device which is not connected to CPU b) A device which is connected to CPU c) A direct access storage device d) A system software e) All of the above
d) A system software e) All of the above
Q12. Which of the following is correct acronym of VGA?
a) Video Graphics Adapter b) Visual Graphics Array c) Volatile Graphics Array d) Video Graphics Array
e) None of the above
Q13. How can you access the font size tool on font dialog box in MS Word?
(a) Ctrl + S (b) Ctrl + Shift + S (c) Ctrl + P (d) Ctrl + Shift + P (e) Alt + P
Q14. Which of the following terms is related to Internet connectivity?
(a) IP (b) TCP (c) Gopher (d) Both (a) and (b) (e) All of the above
Q15. What is Visual FOXPRO?
(a) RDMBS (b) DBMS (c) Programming Language (d) All of the above (e) None of these
1.b 2.d 3.b 4.a 5.c 6.b 7.a 8.a 9.d 10.a 11.a 12.d 13.d 14.e 15.c