Q1

Q1 If a>4,b<-1 then which of the following is true

2a+b<0

4a<3b

a>4b

None of the above

Q2

Q2 In a class of 150 students participating in various games, football, basketball, and cricket have 120, 130, and 135 participants respectively, and 5 students are not playing any games. Find the least number of students playing all the games.

110

100

96

None of the above

Q3

Q3 20 men can do a work in C/2 days & 30 women can do the same work in C/3 days. How many days will it take to complete the work when 20 men & 30 women work together?

5c/6

c/5

6c/5

None of the above

Q4

Q4 Find the lateral surface area of a cone with a diameter of 12 feet and a slant height of 24 feet.

1320 square feet

260 square feet

96 square feet

None of the above

Q5

Q5 Sum of squares of two numbers is 404 and sum of two numbers is 22. What is the product of the two numbers?

20

40

44

80

Q6

Q6 (10 | 7) would produce

17

3

11

15

Q7

Q7 "A" began a business with Rs. 21,000 and was joined afterwards by "B" with Rs. 42,000. For How much period does "B" join, If the profits at the end of the year are divided in the ratio 3 : 1?

3 months

2 months

1 month

4 months

Q8

Q8 How many kgs of pure salt must be added to 30kg of 2% solution of salt and water to increase it to a 10% solution?

2.6 kg

2.0 kg

3.0 kg

4.0 kg

Q9

Q9 A tank is filled by three pipes A, B and C in 5 hours. The pipe C is twice as fast as B and B is twice as fast as A. How much time will pipe A alone take to fill the tank ?

20 hrs

25 hrs

35 hrs

cannot be determined

Q10

Q10 The distance between two stations Delhi and Lucknow is 500 km. A train starts at 5 pm from Delhi and moves towards Lucknow at an average speed of 50 km / hr, Another train starts at 4.20 pm and moves towards Delhi at an average speed of 70 km/hr. How far from Delhi the two trains meet and at What time ?

8.47 PM

9.47 PM

7.47 PM

10.47 PM

Q11

Q11 A, B and C enter into a business. A puts Rs.1000 for 6 months, B puts Rs.1200 for 8 months and C puts Rs.1400 for 10 months. Their gain was Rs.666. Find out the share of each partner.

Rs. 135, Rs. 216, Rs. 315

Rs. 130, Rs. 216, Rs. 320

Rs. 140, Rs. 210, Rs. 316

Rs. 134, Rs. 217, Rs. 315

Q12

Q12 Ramesh and Suresh can do a piece of work in 20 days and 12 days respectively. Ramesh started the work alone and then after 4 days, Suresh joined him till the completion of the work. How long did the work last?

6 days

10 days

15 days

20 days

Q13

Q13 A box has 100 black balls, 50 red balls, 50 black balls. 25% of black balls and 50% of white balls are taken away. % of black balls at present is

33.3%

40%

50%

25%

Q14

Q14 Ann is shorter than Jill and Jill is taller than Tom. Which of the following inferences are true?

Ann is taller than Tom

Tom is taller than Ann.

Jill is the tallest among the three.

Tom is the tallest among the three.

Q15

Q15 Ann is shorter than Jill and Jill is taller than Tom. Who is the tallest?

Ann

Jill

Tom

Data insufficient

Q16

Q16 Four friends analyze their height and weight and find that P is taller than Q, who is heavier than only P. R is heavier than S, who is the tallest. Q has the same rank in both the parameters of measurement. Here rank 1 is the heaviest and the tallest.

What are the positions of R in Height and Weight respectively?

4 and 1

4 and 2

3 and 1

3 and 2

Q17

Q17 Four friends analyze their height and weight and find that P is taller than Q, who is heavier than only P. R is heavier than S, who is the tallest. Q has the same rank in both the parameters of measurement. Here rank 1 is the heaviest and the tallest.

What are the positions of Q in Height and Weight respectively?

4 and 1

4 and 2

3 and 1

2 and 3

Q18

Q18 Four friends analyze their height and weight and find that P is taller than Q, who is heavier than only P. R is heavier than S, who is the tallest. Q has the same rank in both the parameters of measurement. Here rank 1 is the heaviest and the tallest.

What are the positions of P in Weight and Height respectively?

2 and 3

4 and 2

1 and 4

None of these

Q19

Q19 Four friends analyze their height and weight and find that P is taller than Q, who is heavier than only P. R is heavier than S, who is the tallest. Q has the same rank in both the parameters of measurement. Here rank 1 is the heaviest and the tallest.

Who is the least weight?

R

P

S

Q

Q20

Q20 In a certain language MITIGATE is written as MJVLKFZL. How will TERMINATE be written in the same code?

TFTPMSZGZ

TFUQNHTSZ

TFRSMSGZM

TFTPMSGAM

Q21

Q21 (Direction: 21 to 25): Read the passage and answer the below questions:

Ron Caesar, in his book The Nature of Managerial Work, found that in large organizations managers spent 22 percent of their time at their desk, 6 percent on the telephone, 3 percent on other activities, but a whopping 69 percent in meetings. There is a widely held but mistaken belief that meetings are for "solving problems" and "making decisions". For a start, the number of people attending a meeting tends to be inversely proportional to their collective ability to reach conclusions and make decisions. And these are the least important elements.

Instead hours are devoted to side issues, playing elaborate games with one another. All meetings have one thing in common: role-playing. The most formal role is that of chairman. Then there are the "can't-do" types who want to maintain the status quo. Then there are the "counter dependents", those who usually disagree with everything that is said. A popular game is pinching some one else's suggestions. In the end, meetings area necessary though not necessarily productive psychological side-show.

Counter- dependents are people who

Do not fight authority

Agree to whatever comes through consensus from the group

Disagree with whatever that is said

Take someone else's ideas

Q22

Q22 (Direction: 21 to 25): Read the passage and answer the below questions:

Ron Caesar, in his book The Nature of Managerial Work, found that in large organizations managers spent 22 percent of their time at their desk, 6 percent on the telephone, 3 percent on other activities, but a whopping 69 percent in meetings. There is a widely held but mistaken belief that meetings are for "solving problems" and "making decisions". For a start, the number of people attending a meeting tends to be inversely proportional to their collective ability to reach conclusions and make decisions. And these are the least important elements.

Instead hours are devoted to side issues, playing elaborate games with one another. All meetings have one thing in common: role-playing. The most formal role is that of chairman. Then there are the "can't-do" types who want to maintain the status quo. Then there are the "counter dependents'', those who usually disagree with everything that is said. A popular game is pinching someone else's suggestions. In the end, meetings area necessary though not necessarily productive psychological side-show.

Who is the most formal role player in a meeting?

Manager

Chairman

Both A and B

None of the above

Q23

Q23 (Direction: 21 to 25): Read the passage and answer the below questions:

Ron Caesar, in his book The Nature of Managerial Work, found that in large organizations managers spent 22 percent of their time at their desk, 6 percent on the telephone, 3 percent on other activities, but a whopping 69 percent in meetings. There is a widely held but mistaken belief that meetings are for "solving problems" and "making decisions". For a start, the number of people attending a meeting tends to be inversely proportional to their collective ability to reach conclusions and make decisions. And these are the least important elements.

Instead hours are devoted to side issues, playing elaborate games with one another. All meetings have one thing in common: role-playing. The most formal role is that of chairman. Then there are the "can't-do" types who want to maintain the status quo. Then there are the "counter dependents'', those who usually disagree with everything that is said. A popular game is pinching someone else's suggestions. In the end, meetings area necessary though not necessarily productive psychological side-show.

What does the word "status quo" mean?

Absence of Change

Equilibrium

Stable State

All of the Above

Q24

Q24 (Direction: 21 to 25): Read the passage and answer the below questions:

Ron Caesar, in his book The Nature of Managerial Work, found that in large organizations managers spent 22 percent of their time at their desk, 6 percent on the telephone, 3 percent on other activities, but a whopping 69 percent in meetings. There is a widely held but mistaken belief that meetings are for "solving problems" and "making decisions". For a start, the number of people attending a meeting tends to be inversely proportional to their collective ability to reach conclusions and make decisions. And these are the least important elements.

Instead hours are devoted to side issues, playing elaborate games with one another. All meetings have one thing in common: role-playing. The most formal role is that of chairman. Then there are the "can't-do" types who want to maintain the status quo. Then there are the "counter dependents'', those who usually disagree with everything that is said. A popular game is punching someone else's suggestions. In the end, meetings area necessary though not necessarily productive psychological side-show.

The number of people attending a meeting tends to be inversely collective ability to

Make Results

Reach Decisions

Make Conclusions

Reach Conclusions

Q25

Q25 (Direction: 21 to 25): Read the passage and answer the below questions:

Ron Caesar, in his book The Nature of Managerial Work, found that in large organizations managers spent 22 percent of their time at their desk, 6 percent on the telephone, 3 percent on other activities, but a whopping 69 percent in meetings. There is a widely held but mistaken belief that meetings are for "solving problems" and "making decisions". For a start, the number of people attending a meeting tends to be inversely proportional to their collective ability to reach conclusions and make decisions. And these are the least important elements.

Instead hours are devoted to side issues, playing elaborate games with one another. All meetings have one thing in common: role-playing. The most formal role is that of chairman. Then there are the "can't-do" types who want to maintain the status quo. Then there are the "counter dependents'', those who usually disagree with everything that is said. A popular game is punching someone else's suggestions. In the end, meetings area necessary though not necessarily productive psychological side-show.

According to Caesar, the purpose of meetings is to

Solve problems

Make decisions

Both A and B

None of the above