Q1

Q1 A bag contains six marbles, numbered from 1 to 6. A marble is drawn at random. Calculate the probability of drawing an odd-numbered marble given that the marble’s number is less than 5.

1/3

1/2

2/3

3/4

Q2

Q2 Priya collected 45, 50, 55, 60, and 65 stamps from different countries. What is the average number of stamps collected?

55

65

75

45

Q3

Q3 A box contains 5 silver, 7 gold, and 3 bronze coins. What is the probability that a randomly picked coin is neither silver nor bronze?

1/3

2/5

7/15

1/2

Q4

Q4 Find the odd man out.

661, 482, 881, 393, 283, 242, 284

661

283

242

284

Q5

Q5 The difference between a number and its three-sevenths is 280. What is 20% of that number?

200

90

100

None of these

Q6

Q6 Subtracting 11% of y from y is equivalent to multiplying y by what number?

0.89

8.9

89

0.089

Q7

Q7 There are 30 employees working in an office. The average daily transportation cost per employee is Rs 50. The total transportation costs for all the employees for a month (30 days) are:

45000

15000

4500

5000

Q8

Q8 The average of seven numbers is 20. If the average of the first four is 15 and that of the last four is 25, what is the fourth number?

40

35

20

30

Q9

Q9 In a local community group, 25% of members are under 30 years old. The number of members 30 years or older is 4/5 of the number of members who are exactly 30 years old, which is 60. What is the total number of members in the community group?

266

180

144

234

Q10

Q10 The average of Rohan’s scores in 6 quizzes is 85. His average in five quizzes excluding Geography is 83. What was his score in Geography?

93

95

85

75

Q11

Q11 By selling a watch, Arjun earned a profit equal to 1/5th of the cost price. If he sold it for Rs 600, what was the cost price?

Rs 500

Rs 480

Rs 550

Rs 450

Q12

Q12 Directions: One statement is given followed by two conclusions, I and Il. You have to consider the statement to be true, even if it seems to be at variance from commonly known facts. You are to decide which of the given conclusions can definitely be drawn from the given statement.

Statements:

Rapid technological advancement is leading to automation in various industries, resulting in fewer traditional jobs.

Conclusions:

I. All traditional jobs will disappear in the future due to automation.

II. Workers need to adapt to new technological skills to remain employable.

Only conclusion I follows

Only conclusion II follows

Both I and II follow

Neither I nor II follows

Q13

Q13 Who among A, B, C, and D is the heaviest?

Statements:

I.A is lighter than B and C but heavier than D.

II.C is not the heaviest.

Either Statement I or statement II is sufficient

Statement I alone is sufficient while II alone is not sufficient

Statement II alone is sufficient while I alone is not sufficient

Both statements I and II are sufficient

Q14

Q14 R is the father of M; M is the brother of T; T is the mother of S. How is R related to S?

Grandfather

Uncle

Brother

Father

Q15

Q15 A man introduces a woman as the daughter of the sister of his father. How is the woman related to the man?

Niece

Cousin

Sister

Aunt

Q16

Q16 How is P related to M?

Statements:

I. M's father B has married P's sister Q, who is the only daughter of her parents.

II. M is the only son of B and Q.

Both statement I and II are sufficient

Statement II alone is sufficient while Statement I alone is not sufficient

Either statement I or II is sufficient

Statement I alone is sufficient while II alone is not sufficient

Q17

Q17 Select the option which is the odd one out.

Maple

Pine

Oak

Rose

Q18

Q18 Can Thomas withdraw his full retirement fund in January 2023?

Statements:

I. Thomas will turn 65 in December 2022.

II. The fund's policy states that a person can withdraw fully only after reaching the age of 65 and completing 20 years of contribution by December 2022.

Both statement I and II are sufficient

Statement I alone is sufficient while statement II alone is not sufficient

Either statement I or II is sufficient

Statement II alone is sufficient while statement I alone is not sufficient

Q19

Q19 How is A related to B?

Statements:

I. A says, "B is my father's only brother."

II. B says, "I have no sons."

Statement I alone is not sufficient while statement II alone is sufficient

Either statement I or II is sufficient

Neither statement I nor II is sufficient

Statement I alone is sufficient while statement II alone is not sufficient

Q20

Q20 Select the one which is different from the other three alternatives.

novel

book

magazine

journal

Q21

Q21 In a certain code, HARD is written as 1357 and SHAFT is written as 21368. How is DRAFT written in that code?

75378

75368

75361

55368