RRB PRE Set 3
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Online RRB Pre Mock – 3
 Quantitative Aptitude (Ques 1 to 40)
 Reasoning (Ques 41 to 80)
Time Duration 45 minutes.
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Question 1 of 80
1. Question
Category: QuantStudy the table and pie chart carefully to answer the questions. Percentage breakup of employees working in various departments of an organization
The number of males working in the marketing department is what percentage of the total number of employees working in that department? (rounded off to the nearest integer)
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Question 2 of 80
2. Question
Category: QuantStudy the table and pie chart carefully to answer the questions. Percentage breakup of employees working in various departments of an organization
What is the respective ratio between the number of females working in the HR department to the total number of employees in the department?
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Question 3 of 80
3. Question
Category: QuantStudy the table and pie chart carefully to answer the questions. Percentage breakup of employees working in various departments of an organization
The number of males working in the production department of the organization is what percentage of the total number of employees working in that department?
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Question 4 of 80
4. Question
Category: QuantStudy the table and pie chart carefully to answer the questions. Percentage breakup of employees working in various departments of an organization
The number of females working in the IT department is what per cent of the total number of employees in the organization from all departments together?
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Question 5 of 80
5. Question
Category: QuantStudy the table and pie chart carefully to answer the questions. Percentage breakup of employees working in various departments of an organization
What is the respective ratio of the number of males working in the marketing department to the number of females working in the department?
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Question 6 of 80
6. Question
Category: QuantA and B can do a piece of work in 8 days, B and C can do the same work in 12 days. If A, B and C can complete the same work in 6 days, in how many days can A and C complete the same work?
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Question 7 of 80
7. Question
Category: QuantRs. 5625 are divided among A, B and C so that A receives ½ as much as B and C together receive and B receives 1/4 of what A and C together receive. The share of A is more then B by
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Question 8 of 80
8. Question
Category: QuantWhat would be the cost of laying a carpet on a floor which has its length and breadth in the respective ratio of 32 : 21 and its perimeter is 212 ft, if the cost per square foot of laying the carpet is Rs 2.5?
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Solution:Let the length of the floor =32x
∴ Breadth of the floor =21x
According to the question
2(32x+21x)=212
53x=106
x=2
Length = 64, breadth = 42
Amount required to laying carpet on the floor =64×42×2.5=6720Incorrect
Solution:Let the length of the floor =32x
∴ Breadth of the floor =21x
According to the question
2(32x+21x)=212
53x=106
x=2
Length = 64, breadth = 42
Amount required to laying carpet on the floor =64×42×2.5=6720 
Question 9 of 80
9. Question
Category: QuantA boat while travelling upstream covers a distance of 18 km at the speed of 3 km/h, whereas while travelling downstream it covers the same distance at a speed of 9 km/h. What is the speed of the boat in still water?
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Question 10 of 80
10. Question
Category: QuantA person spends 30% of monthly salary on rent, 25% on food, 20% on children’s education and 12% on electricity and the balance of Rs. 1040 on the remaining items. What is the monthly salary of the person?
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Question 11 of 80
11. Question
Category: QuantA man bought a number of oranges at 3 for Rs. 1 and an equal number at 2 for Rs. 1. At what price per dozen should he sell them to make a profit of 20%.
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Cost price of 12 oranges =2(1)+3(1)=5 Rs.
∴ Requried selling price =120% of 5 = 6 Rs.Incorrect
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Cost price of 12 oranges =2(1)+3(1)=5 Rs.
∴ Requried selling price =120% of 5 = 6 Rs. 
Question 12 of 80
12. Question
Category: QuantHow much water must be added to a container which contains 60 litres of milk at cost price Rs. 7.5 per litre, so that the cost of milk reduces to Rs. 5 per litre?
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Question 13 of 80
13. Question
Category: QuantThe present ages of A and B are in the ratio of 4 : 3. 24 years ago their ages were in the ratio of 5 : 3. What is the present age of A?
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Question 14 of 80
14. Question
Category: QuantThe population of a town increases each year by 4% of its total at the beginning of the year. If the population on 1st January 2001 was 500000, what was it on 1st January, 2004?
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Question 15 of 80
15. Question
Category: QuantA merchant fixed the selling price of his articles at Rs. 700 after adding 40% profit to the cost price. As the sale was very low at this price level, he decided to fix the selling price at 10% profit. Find the new selling price.
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Question 16 of 80
16. Question
Category: QuantIf 12 men and 16 boys can do a piece of work in 5 days and 13 men and 24 boys can do it in 4 days, compare the daily work done by a man with that done by a boy?
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Question 17 of 80
17. Question
Category: QuantThe average marks in Science subject of a class of 20 students is 68. If the marks of two students were misread as 48 and 65 of the actual marks 72 and 61 respectively, then what would be the correct average?
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Question 18 of 80
18. Question
Category: QuantThe ratio of the volumes of water and glycerine in 240cc of mixture is 1 : 3. The quantity of water (in cc) that should be added to the mixture so the volumes of water and glycerine becomes 2 : 3 is
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Question 19 of 80
19. Question
Category: QuantThe difference between the compound interest and the simple interest on a certain sum at 5% per annum for 2 years is Rs. 1.50. The sum is :
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Question 20 of 80
20. Question
Category: QuantThe simple interest accrued on an amount of Rs 40000 at the end of three years is Rs 12000. What would be the compound interest accrued on the same amount at the same rate in the same period?
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Question 21 of 80
21. Question
Category: QuantWhat will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series ?
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Question 22 of 80
22. Question
Category: QuantWhat will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series ?
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Question 23 of 80
23. Question
Category: QuantWhat will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series ?
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Question 24 of 80
24. Question
Category: QuantWhat will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series ?
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Question 25 of 80
25. Question
Category: QuantWhat will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series ?
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Question 26 of 80
26. Question
Category: QuantStudy the following and answer the questions given below it
Expenditures of a company (in Rs. Lakh) per annum over the given yearsWhat is the average amount of interest per year which the company had to pay during this period?
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Question 27 of 80
27. Question
Category: QuantStudy the following and answer the questions given below it
Expenditures of a company (in Rs. Lakh) per annum over the given yearsThe total amount of bonus paid by the company during the given period is approximately what per cent of the total amount of salary paid during this period?
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Question 28 of 80
28. Question
Category: QuantStudy the following and answer the questions given below it
Expenditures of a company (in Rs. Lakh) per annum over the given yearsThe total expenditure on all these items in 2006 was approximately what per cent of the total expenditure in 2010 ?
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Question 29 of 80
29. Question
Category: QuantStudy the following and answer the questions given below it
Expenditures of a company (in Rs. Lakh) per annum over the given yearsWhat is the total expenditure of the company over these items during the year 2008?
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Solution:Required expenditure =544.44 lakh
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Solution:Required expenditure =544.44 lakh

Question 30 of 80
30. Question
Category: QuantStudy the following and answer the questions given below it
Expenditures of a company (in Rs. Lakh) per annum over the given yearsThe ratio between the total expenditure on taxes for all the years to the total expenditure on fuel and transport for all the years.
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Question 31 of 80
31. Question
Category: QuantThe average speed of a bus is 67 kms per hour. The bus was scheduled to start at 12 pm. It was scheduled to teach a destination 335 kms away from its starting point at 7pm and a halt was scheduled on the way. For how long was the halt scheduled?
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Question 32 of 80
32. Question
Category: QuantWhat will be the average of the following set of scores?
313, 252, 161, 727, 525, 818
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Question 33 of 80
33. Question
Category: QuantDisha scored 35 marks in Geography, 32 marks in History, 29 marks in Science, 40 marks in Mathematics, 36 marks in English and 33 marks in Hindi. The maximum marks in each subject are 50. What is Disha’s approximate percentage?
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Question 34 of 80
34. Question
Category: QuantNikhil bought a painting at a certain price and sold it at Rs. 462000 which was 10% more than the cost price. What was the price at which Nikhil bought the painting?
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Question 35 of 80
35. Question
Category: Quant20% of a two digit number is 11.6. What will be the 115% of that number?
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Question 36 of 80
36. Question
Category: QuantIn each of these questions an equation is given with a question mark (?) in place of the correct figure on the right hand side which satisfies the equality. Based on the values on the left hand side and the symbol of equality given, you have to decide which of the following figures will satisfy the equality and thus come in place of the question mark.
Symbols stand for:
> greater than
= equal to
< lesser than
≥ either greater or equal to
≤ either lesser than or equal to
(1) ± 12 (2) 12 (3) — 12 (4) 12^{2 }(5) — 12^{2}
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Question 37 of 80
37. Question
Category: QuantIn each of these questions an equation is given with a question mark (?) in place of the correct figure on the right hand side which satisfies the equality. Based on the values on the left hand side and the symbol of equality given, you have to decide which of the following figures will satisfy the equality and thus come in place of the question mark.
Symbols stand for:
> greater than
= equal to
< lesser than
≥ either greater or equal to
≤ either lesser than or equal to
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Question 38 of 80
38. Question
Category: QuantIn each of these questions an equation is given with a question mark (?) in place of the correct figure on the right hand side which satisfies the equality. Based on the values on the left hand side and the symbol of equality given, you have to decide which of the following figures will satisfy the equality and thus come in place of the question mark.
Symbols stand for:
> greater than
= equal to
< lesser than
≥ either greater or equal to
≤ either lesser than or equal to
(1) 28 (2) ̶ 28 (3) ±28 (4) 28^{2} (5) ̶ 28^{2}
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Question 39 of 80
39. Question
Category: Quant: In each of these questions an equation is given with a question mark (?) in place of the correct figure on the right hand side which satisfies the equality. Based on the values on the left hand side and the symbol of equality given, you have to decide which of the following figures will satisfy the equality and thus come in place of the question mark.
Symbols stand for:
> greater than
= equal to
< lesser than
≥ either greater or equal to
≤ either lesser than or equal to
+[(5 x 3) +(57÷3)] ≥ ?
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Question 40 of 80
40. Question
Category: QuantIn each of these questions an equation is given with a question mark (?) in place of the correct figure on the right hand side which satisfies the equality. Based on the values on the left hand side and the symbol of equality given, you have to decide which of the following figures will satisfy the equality and thus come in place of the question mark.
Symbols stand for:
> greater than
= equal to
< lesser than
≥ either greater or equal to
≤ either lesser than or equal to
( ̶ 93)^{2 }> ?
(1) 93^{2 } (2) 8659 (3) 8649.9 (4) ̶ 8649 (5) 8650
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Question 41 of 80
41. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information to answer the given questions
Eight students I, II, III, IV , V, VI, VII and VII are sitting around a square table in such a way four of them sit at four corners while four sit in the middle of each of the four sides. Those, who are sitting at the 4 corners face the centre while others are facing outside.
I who faces the centre sits third to the left of VI. V who faces the centre is not an immediate neighbor of VI. Only ONE person sits between VI and VII. IV sits second to right of II. II faces the centre. III is not an immediate neighbor of I.Which one does not belong to that group out of five?Correct
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Question 42 of 80
42. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information to answer the given questions
Eight students I, II, III, IV , V, VI, VII and VII are sitting around a square table in such a way four of them sit at four corners while four sit in the middle of each of the four sides. Those, who are sitting at the 4 corners face the centre while others are facing outside.
I who faces the centre sits third to the left of VI. V who faces the centre is not an immediate neighbor of VI. Only ONE person sits between VI and VII. IV sits second to right of II. II faces the centre. III is not an immediate neighbor of I.What will come in the place of “ ?” ?
IIIIIV V –VIII I I VII IV ?Correct
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Question 43 of 80
43. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information to answer the given questions
Eight students I, II, III, IV , V, VI, VII and VII are sitting around a square table in such a way four of them sit at four corners while four sit in the middle of each of the four sides. Those, who are sitting at the 4 corners face the centre while others are facing outside.
I who faces the centre sits third to the left of VI. V who faces the centre is not an immediate neighbor of VI. Only ONE person sits between VI and VII. IV sits second to right of II. II faces the centre. III is not an immediate neighbor of I.What is the position of VII with respect to III ?Correct
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Question 44 of 80
44. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information to answer the given questions
Eight students I, II, III, IV , V, VI, VII and VII are sitting around a square table in such a way four of them sit at four corners while four sit in the middle of each of the four sides. Those, who are sitting at the 4 corners face the centre while others are facing outside.
I who faces the centre sits third to the left of VI. V who faces the centre is not an immediate neighbor of VI. Only ONE person sits between VI and VII. IV sits second to right of II. II faces the centre. III is not an immediate neighbor of I.Who sits third to the left of II ?Correct
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Question 45 of 80
45. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information to answer the given questions
Eight students I, II, III, IV , V, VI, VII and VII are sitting around a square table in such a way four of them sit at four corners while four sit in the middle of each of the four sides. Those, who are sitting at the 4 corners face the centre while others are facing outside.
I who faces the centre sits third to the left of VI. V who faces the centre is not an immediate neighbor of VI. Only ONE person sits between VI and VII. IV sits second to right of II. II faces the centre. III is not an immediate neighbor of I.Which one of the following is true from the given arrangement ?Correct
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Question 46 of 80
46. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Eight people – E, F, G, H, J, K, L and M are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Each of them is of a different profession i.e. Chartered Accountant, Columnist, Doctor, Engineer, Financial Analyst, Lawyer, Professor and Scientist but not necessarily in the same order. F is sitting second to the left of K. The Scientist is an immediate neighbour of K. There are only three people between the Scientist and E. Only one person sits between the Engineer and E. The Columnist is to the immediate right of the Engineer. M is second to the right of K. H is the Scientist. G and J are immediate neighbours of each other. Neither G nor J is an Engineer. The Financial Analyst is to the immediate left of F. The Lawyer is second to the right of the Columnist. The Professor is an immediate neighbour of the Engineer. G is second to the right of the Chartered Accountant.Who is sitting second to the right of E?
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Question 47 of 80
47. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Eight people – E, F, G, H, J, K, L and M are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Each of them is of a different profession i.e. Chartered Accountant, Columnist, Doctor, Engineer, Financial Analyst, Lawyer, Professor and Scientist but not necessarily in the same order. F is sitting second to the left of K. The Scientist is an immediate neighbour of K. There are only three people between the Scientist and E. Only one person sits between the Engineer and E. The Columnist is to the immediate right of the Engineer. M is second to the right of K. H is the Scientist. G and J are immediate neighbours of each other. Neither G nor J is an Engineer. The Financial Analyst is to the immediate left of F. The Lawyer is second to the right of the Columnist. The Professor is an immediate neighbour of the Engineer. G is second to the right of the Chartered Accountant.Who amongst the following is the Professor?
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Question 48 of 80
48. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Eight people – E, F, G, H, J, K, L and M are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Each of them is of a different profession i.e. Chartered Accountant, Columnist, Doctor, Engineer, Financial Analyst, Lawyer, Professor and Scientist but not necessarily in the same order. F is sitting second to the left of K. The Scientist is an immediate neighbour of K. There are only three people between the Scientist and E. Only one person sits between the Engineer and E. The Columnist is to the immediate right of the Engineer. M is second to the right of K. H is the Scientist. G and J are immediate neighbours of each other. Neither G nor J is an Engineer. The Financial Analyst is to the immediate left of F. The Lawyer is second to the right of the Columnist. The Professor is an immediate neighbour of the Engineer. G is second to the right of the Chartered Accountant.Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and hence form a group. Which of the following does not belong to group?
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Question 49 of 80
49. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Eight people – E, F, G, H, J, K, L and M are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Each of them is of a different profession i.e. Chartered Accountant, Columnist, Doctor, Engineer, Financial Analyst, Lawyer, Professor and Scientist but not necessarily in the same order. F is sitting second to the left of K. The Scientist is an immediate neighbour of K. There are only three people between the Scientist and E. Only one person sits between the Engineer and E. The Columnist is to the immediate right of the Engineer. M is second to the right of K. H is the Scientist. G and J are immediate neighbours of each other. Neither G nor J is an Engineer. The Financial Analyst is to the immediate left of F. The Lawyer is second to the right of the Columnist. The Professor is an immediate neighbour of the Engineer. G is second to the right of the Chartered Accountant.What is the position of L with respect to the Scientist?
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Question 50 of 80
50. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Eight people – E, F, G, H, J, K, L and M are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Each of them is of a different profession i.e. Chartered Accountant, Columnist, Doctor, Engineer, Financial Analyst, Lawyer, Professor and Scientist but not necessarily in the same order. F is sitting second to the left of K. The Scientist is an immediate neighbour of K. There are only three people between the Scientist and E. Only one person sits between the Engineer and E. The Columnist is to the immediate right of the Engineer. M is second to the right of K. H is the Scientist. G and J are immediate neighbours of each other. Neither G nor J is an Engineer. The Financial Analyst is to the immediate left of F. The Lawyer is second to the right of the Columnist. The Professor is an immediate neighbour of the Engineer. G is second to the right of the Chartered Accountant.Which of the following statements is true accordingly the given arrangement?
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Question 51 of 80
51. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information and answer the question given.
In a certain code language:
‘sehwag dravid singh kumble’ is written as ‘2E 6P 1F 5L’,
‘patel singh kumble shoaib’ is written as ‘3R 5L 7G 6P’,
‘akhtar sehwag shoaib yuvraj’ is written as ‘3U 7G 2E 6B’,
‘yuvraj great kumble maths’ is written as ‘3C 6P 4K 3U’.Which of the following does ‘3R’ stand for?Correct
Solution:
singh – 5L
kumble – 6P
shoaib – 7G
patel– 3R
sehwag – 2E
dravid – 1F
yuvraj – 3U
akhtar – 6B
great/maths – 3C/4KIncorrect
Solution:
singh – 5L
kumble – 6P
shoaib – 7G
patel– 3R
sehwag – 2E
dravid – 1F
yuvraj – 3U
akhtar – 6B
great/maths – 3C/4K 
Question 52 of 80
52. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information and answer the question given.
In a certain code language:
‘sehwag dravid singh kumble’ is written as ‘2E 6P 1F 5L’,
‘patel singh kumble shoaib’ is written as ‘3R 5L 7G 6P’,
‘akhtar sehwag shoaib yuvraj’ is written as ‘3U 7G 2E 6B’,
‘yuvraj great kumble maths’ is written as ‘3C 6P 4K 3U’.What is the code for ‘akhtar’?Correct
Solution:
singh – 5L
kumble – 6P
shoaib – 7G
patel– 3R
sehwag – 2E
dravid – 1F
yuvraj – 3U
akhtar – 6B
great/maths – 3C/4KIncorrect
Solution:
singh – 5L
kumble – 6P
shoaib – 7G
patel– 3R
sehwag – 2E
dravid – 1F
yuvraj – 3U
akhtar – 6B
great/maths – 3C/4K 
Question 53 of 80
53. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information and answer the question given.
In a certain code language:
‘sehwag dravid singh kumble’ is written as ‘2E 6P 1F 5L’,
‘patel singh kumble shoaib’ is written as ‘3R 5L 7G 6P’,
‘akhtar sehwag shoaib yuvraj’ is written as ‘3U 7G 2E 6B’,
‘yuvraj great kumble maths’ is written as ‘3C 6P 4K 3U’.Which of the following is the code for ‘maths’?Correct
Solution:
singh – 5L
kumble – 6P
shoaib – 7G
patel– 3R
sehwag – 2E
dravid – 1F
yuvraj – 3U
akhtar – 6B
great/maths – 3C/4KIncorrect
Solution:
singh – 5L
kumble – 6P
shoaib – 7G
patel– 3R
sehwag – 2E
dravid – 1F
yuvraj – 3U
akhtar – 6B
great/maths – 3C/4K 
Question 54 of 80
54. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information and answer the question given.
In a certain code language:
‘sehwag dravid singh kumble’ is written as ‘2E 6P 1F 5L’,
‘patel singh kumble shoaib’ is written as ‘3R 5L 7G 6P’,
‘akhtar sehwag shoaib yuvraj’ is written as ‘3U 7G 2E 6B’,
‘yuvraj great kumble maths’ is written as ‘3C 6P 4K 3U’.Which of the following can be the code for ‘great sehwag you patel’?Correct
Solution:
singh – 5L
kumble – 6P
shoaib – 7G
patel– 3R
sehwag – 2E
dravid – 1F
yuvraj – 3U
akhtar – 6B
great/maths – 3C/4KIncorrect
Solution:
singh – 5L
kumble – 6P
shoaib – 7G
patel– 3R
sehwag – 2E
dravid – 1F
yuvraj – 3U
akhtar – 6B
great/maths – 3C/4K 
Question 55 of 80
55. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information and answer the question given.
In a certain code language:
‘sehwag dravid singh kumble’ is written as ‘2E 6P 1F 5L’,
‘patel singh kumble shoaib’ is written as ‘3R 5L 7G 6P’,
‘akhtar sehwag shoaib yuvraj’ is written as ‘3U 7G 2E 6B’,
‘yuvraj great kumble maths’ is written as ‘3C 6P 4K 3U’.‘5L 6B 6P 1F’ is a code for which of the following?Correct
Solution:
singh – 5L
kumble – 6P
shoaib – 7G
patel– 3R
sehwag – 2E
dravid – 1F
yuvraj – 3U
akhtar – 6B
great/maths – 3C/4KIncorrect
Solution:
singh – 5L
kumble – 6P
shoaib – 7G
patel– 3R
sehwag – 2E
dravid – 1F
yuvraj – 3U
akhtar – 6B
great/maths – 3C/4K 
Question 56 of 80
56. Question
Category: ReasoningIn each of these questions a group of digits is given followed by four combinations of letter/symbol code numbered (I), (II), (III) and (IV). You have to code the group of digits as per the scheme and conditions given below. Serial number of the combination that correctly represents the group of digits is your answer. If none of the combinations is correct, your answer is (5) i.e., ‘None of these’.
Conditions
(I) If the first as well as the last digit its odd their codes are to be interchanged.
(II) If the first digit is even and the last digit odd both are to be coded by the code for odd digit.
(III) If the last digit is ‘0’ it is to be coded by ‘X’.
(IV) If the first as well as the last digit is even both are to be coded by .586403
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5.Correct
Solution:
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Question 57 of 80
57. Question
Category: ReasoningIn each of these questions a group of digits is given followed by four combinations of letter/symbol code numbered (I), (II), (III) and (IV). You have to code the group of digits as per the scheme and conditions given below. Serial number of the combination that correctly represents the group of digits is your answer. If none of the combinations is correct, your answer is (5) i.e., ‘None of these’.
Conditions
(I) If the first as well as the last digit its odd their codes are to be interchanged.
(II) If the first digit is even and the last digit odd both are to be coded by the code for odd digit.
(III) If the last digit is ‘0’ it is to be coded by ‘X’.
(IV) If the first as well as the last digit is even both are to be coded by .8012341.
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5.Correct
Solution:
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Question 58 of 80
58. Question
Category: ReasoningIn each of these questions a group of digits is given followed by four combinations of letter/symbol code numbered (I), (II), (III) and (IV). You have to code the group of digits as per the scheme and conditions given below. Serial number of the combination that correctly represents the group of digits is your answer. If none of the combinations is correct, your answer is (5) i.e., ‘None of these’.
Conditions
(I) If the first as well as the last digit its odd their codes are to be interchanged.
(II) If the first digit is even and the last digit odd both are to be coded by the code for odd digit.
(III) If the last digit is ‘0’ it is to be coded by ‘X’.
(IV) If the first as well as the last digit is even both are to be coded by .4391571.
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Correct
Solution:
Incorrect
Solution:

Question 59 of 80
59. Question
Category: ReasoningIn each of these questions a group of digits is given followed by four combinations of letter/symbol code numbered (I), (II), (III) and (IV). You have to code the group of digits as per the scheme and conditions given below. Serial number of the combination that correctly represents the group of digits is your answer. If none of the combinations is correct, your answer is (5) i.e., ‘None of these’.
Conditions
(I) If the first as well as the last digit its odd their codes are to be interchanged.
(II) If the first digit is even and the last digit odd both are to be coded by the code for odd digit.
(III) If the last digit is ‘0’ it is to be coded by ‘X’.
(IV) If the first as well as the last digit is even both are to be coded by .3891601.
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3.
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Correct
Solution:
Incorrect
Solution:

Question 60 of 80
60. Question
Category: ReasoningIn each of these questions a group of digits is given followed by four combinations of letter/symbol code numbered (I), (II), (III) and (IV). You have to code the group of digits as per the scheme and conditions given below. Serial number of the combination that correctly represents the group of digits is your answer. If none of the combinations is correct, your answer is (5) i.e., ‘None of these’.
Conditions
(I) If the first as well as the last digit its odd their codes are to be interchanged.
(II) If the first digit is even and the last digit odd both are to be coded by the code for odd digit.
(III) If the last digit is ‘0’ it is to be coded by ‘X’.
(IV) If the first as well as the last digit is even both are to be coded by .7641381.
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5.Correct
Solution:
Incorrect
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Question 61 of 80
61. Question
Category: ReasoningIn each question, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Study the conclusion for the given statement and select the appropriate answer.
Correct
Solution:
Incorrect
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Question 62 of 80
62. Question
Category: ReasoningIn each question, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Study the conclusion for the given statement and select the appropriate answer.
Correct
Solution:
Incorrect
Solution:

Question 63 of 80
63. Question
Category: ReasoningIn each question, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Study the conclusion for the given statement and select the appropriate answer.
Correct
Solution:
Incorrect
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Question 64 of 80
64. Question
Category: ReasoningIn each question, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Study the conclusion for the given statement and select the appropriate answer.
Correct
Solution:
Incorrect
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Question 65 of 80
65. Question
Category: ReasoningIn each question, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Study the conclusion for the given statement and select the appropriate answer.
Correct
Solution:
Incorrect
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Question 66 of 80
66. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information carefully to answer the questions given below it:
Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G are belongs to different cities Nagpur, Nagla, Nainital, Noida, Nashik, Nellore and Nangal, not necessarily in the same order. Each has a favourite colour—Red, Pink, Green, Blue, Black, Yellow and Purple, not necessarily in the same order.
A likes Green and belongs to Nangal. D belongs to Nagla but does not like Red or Purple colour. The one who belongs to Nainital likes Yellow colour. G likes Black colour and does not belong to Noida or Nagpur. E likes Blue and belongs to Nashik. F belongs to Nagpur but does not like Purple colour. C belongs to Noida.What is D’s favourite colour ?Correct
Solution:
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Solution:

Question 67 of 80
67. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information carefully to answer the questions given below it:
Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G are belongs to different cities Nagpur, Nagla, Nainital, Noida, Nashik, Nellore and Nangal, not necessarily in the same order. Each has a favourite colour—Red, Pink, Green, Blue, Black, Yellow and Purple, not necessarily in the same order.
A likes Green and belongs to Nangal. D belongs to Nagla but does not like Red or Purple colour. The one who belongs to Nainital likes Yellow colour. G likes Black colour and does not belong to Noida or Nagpur. E likes Blue and belongs to Nashik. F belongs to Nagpur but does not like Purple colour. C belongs to Noida.Who among the following does like yellow colour?Correct
Solution:
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Solution:

Question 68 of 80
68. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information carefully to answer the questions given below it:
Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G are belongs to different cities Nagpur, Nagla, Nainital, Noida, Nashik, Nellore and Nangal, not necessarily in the same order. Each has a favourite colour—Red, Pink, Green, Blue, Black, Yellow and Purple, not necessarily in the same order.
A likes Green and belongs to Nangal. D belongs to Nagla but does not like Red or Purple colour. The one who belongs to Nainital likes Yellow colour. G likes Black colour and does not belong to Noida or Nagpur. E likes Blue and belongs to Nashik. F belongs to Nagpur but does not like Purple colour. C belongs to Noida.Which of the following combinations of colour and place is correct?Correct
Solution:
Incorrect
Solution:

Question 69 of 80
69. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information carefully to answer the questions given below it:
Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G are belongs to different cities Nagpur, Nagla, Nainital, Noida, Nashik, Nellore and Nangal, not necessarily in the same order. Each has a favourite colour—Red, Pink, Green, Blue, Black, Yellow and Purple, not necessarily in the same order.
A likes Green and belongs to Nangal. D belongs to Nagla but does not like Red or Purple colour. The one who belongs to Nainital likes Yellow colour. G likes Black colour and does not belong to Noida or Nagpur. E likes Blue and belongs to Nashik. F belongs to Nagpur but does not like Purple colour. C belongs to Noida.Which of the following person belongs to Nellore?Correct
Solution:
Incorrect
Solution:

Question 70 of 80
70. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the following information carefully to answer the questions given below it:
Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G are belongs to different cities Nagpur, Nagla, Nainital, Noida, Nashik, Nellore and Nangal, not necessarily in the same order. Each has a favourite colour—Red, Pink, Green, Blue, Black, Yellow and Purple, not necessarily in the same order.
A likes Green and belongs to Nangal. D belongs to Nagla but does not like Red or Purple colour. The one who belongs to Nainital likes Yellow colour. G likes Black colour and does not belong to Noida or Nagpur. E likes Blue and belongs to Nashik. F belongs to Nagpur but does not like Purple colour. C belongs to Noida.Who among the following likes Red colour?Correct
Solution:
Incorrect
Solution:

Question 71 of 80
71. Question
Category: ReasoningRead the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow:
If ‘ A x B ’means ‘A is to the South of B’.
If ‘A + B ’means ‘A is to the North of B’.
If ‘A % B ’means ‘A is to the East of B’.
If ‘ A – B ’ means ‘A is to the West of B’
Which of the following means ‘P is to the East of Q’?
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Question 72 of 80
72. Question
Category: ReasoningRead the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow:
If ‘ A x B ’means ‘A is to the South of B’.
If ‘A + B ’means ‘A is to the North of B’.
If ‘A % B ’means ‘A is to the East of B’.
If ‘ A – B ’ means ‘A is to the West of B’.
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Question 73 of 80
73. Question
Category: ReasoningThe following questions are based on the five four digit numbers given below:
3475 2791 6458 1826 7534
If one is added to the last digit of each of the numbers, in how many numbers thus formed will the last digit be a perfect square? (One is also a perfect square)
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Question 74 of 80
74. Question
Category: ReasoningThe following questions are based on the five four digit numbers given below:
3475 2791 6458 1826 7534
If the first and third digits of each of the numbers are interchanged, what will be the sum of the second digit of the lowest number and the third digit of the highest number of the new numbers thus formed?
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Question 75 of 80
75. Question
Category: ReasoningThe following questions are based on the five four digit numbers given below:
3475 2791 6458 1826 7534
What will be the resultant if the second digit of the highest number is subtracted from the third digit of the second lowest number?
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Question 76 of 80
76. Question
Category: ReasoningThe following questions are based on the five four digit numbers given below:
3475 2791 6458 1826 7534
If all the digits in each of the numbers are arranged in descending order from left to right within the number, which of the following will be the sum of all the four digits of the number which is third highest in the new arrangement?
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Question 77 of 80
77. Question
Category: ReasoningThe following questions are based on the five four digit numbers given below:
3475 2791 6458 1826 7534
If in each number, the first and the last digits are interchanged, which of the following will be the second lowest number?
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Question 78 of 80
78. Question
Category: ReasoningHow many such pairs of letters are there in the word JOURNEY each of which has as many letters between them in the word (in both forward and backward directions) as they have between them in the English alphabetical order?
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Question 79 of 80
79. Question
Category: ReasoningIn a certain code’ TORCH’ is coded as ‘IDSNS’ and ‘PISTA’ is coded as ‘BUTHO’. How will ‘BLINK’ be coded in the same code?
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Question 80 of 80
80. Question
Category: ReasoningIn a certain language ‘na re pa so’ means ‘books are very interesting’, ‘ka so fa re’ means ‘are stories in books’ and ‘te me pa le’ means ‘reading is very tedious’, What does ‘na’ mean in that language?
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