Q1

Q1 In how many ways can a cricket team of 11 players be selected out of 16 players, if two particular players are always to be included?

2008

2004

2006

None of these

Q2

Q2 A tells B “If you give me Rs 400, then I shall have 25% more than what you have”. B tells A, “If you give me Rs 200, then I shall have three-and-a-half times as much as you have.” How much Rupees B have?

Rs 1600

Rs 800

Rs 900

Rs 1200

Q3

Q3 Aman invests Rs. 10,000 in some shares in the ratio 2:3:5 which pay dividends of 10%, 25% and 20% respectively. Find his dividend income.

2050

1950

2000

1900

Q4

Q4 The length, breadth, and height of a room are in the ratio, 3:2:1. If the breadth and height are halved and the length is doubled, then the total area of the four walls of the room will

decrease by 15%

decrease by 30%

remain the same

decrease by 13.64%

Q5

Q5 If 4 examiners can examine a certain number of answer books in 8 days by working 5 hours a day, for how many hours a day would 2 examiners have to work to examine twice the number of answer books in 20 days?

8

6

9

5

Q6

Q6 Mitchell travels for a total of 6 hours. If he traveled the first half of the distance at 36 kph and the second half at 18 kph, find the total distance traveled by him in km.

143

196

164

144

Q7

Q7 A mixture of three materials A, B and C (in powdered form) with the volumes in the ratio 4:2:3 is required to make good quality powder. The weights of 1 m^3 of A, B and C are 90 kg, 100 kg and 120 kg respectively. What is the ratio of the weights of A and B to B and C in the mixture?

2:3

1:2

1:1

2:1

Q8

Q8 A man is running at a speed of 2 mps. There is a bus stop of length 10m at a distance of 80m from the man. What is the time required by the man to pass by the bus stop?

45 seconds

19 seconds

34 seconds

24 seconds

Q9

Q9 If sinA and cosA are the roots of the equation ax^2 + bx + c = 0, then which of the following relationships is correct?

(a - c)^2 = b^2 + c^2

(a + c)^2 = b^2 - c^2

(a - c)^2 = b^2 - c^2

(a + c)^2 = b^2 + c^2

Q10

Q10 The monthly income of A, B, and C in the ratio 2:3:1 and the monthly income of B, C, and D are in the ratio 9:3:15. The savings of C and D are in the ratio 2:3 and C saves $600. What is the annual saving of D, if the monthly income of A is $6000?

9800

11500

10800

8500

Q11

Q11 The ratio of two numbers A and B is 2:5 and the sum of 6 terms of arithmetic progression starting with A and common difference (B - A) is 285. Find the value of B.

25

30

20

15

Q12

Q12 Cameron covered a certain distance at 108 kph and returned back at 20 mps. Find the average speed in mps for the entire journey.

32

25

24

18

Q13

Q13 The ratio of salaries of Peter and Paul was 2:3. Their salaries were increased by Rs. 200 and Rs. 600 respectively, and the new ratio became 1:2. What were their salaries initially?

Rs. 600, Rs. 900

Rs. 200, Rs. 300

Rs. 800, Rs. 1200

Rs. 400, Rs. 600

Q14

Q14 Emma invested $5200 under simple interest at 6% per annum. Find the simple interest earned by her after 3 years?

956

936

846

898

Q15

Q15 Pipe M can fill a tank in 3 hours, and pipe N can fill the tank in 2 hours. If they are opened simultaneously, in how much time (in hours) can they fill it?

1.2

1.5

2.4

3.6

Q16

Q16 The graph given below depicts the population of five different species (Snow Leopard, Sea Lion, Panda, Mt. Gorilla, and Black Rhino) under the threat of extinction. Their population is plotted for four years from 2012 (rightmost bar) to 2015 (leftmost bar). Study the bar graph carefully and answer the questions that follow.

What is the percentage of Sea Lions in the list of animals under threat of extinction in 2013?

22.1%

27.1%

31.2%

12.1%

Q17

Q17 Study the following table carefully and answer the questions that follow.

The different five-star hotel projects completed by different companies.

Which project had the minimum cost per room?

E

A

G

B

Q18

Q18 Study the following table carefully and answer the questions that follow.

The different five-star hotel projects completed by different companies.

What is the investment in projects to be completed in 1998 as the percentage of investment in projects to be completed in all three years?

56%

52%

41%

47%

Q19

Q19 Study the following table carefully and answer the questions that follow.

The different five-star hotel projects completed by different companies.

What is the approximate average number of rooms that would be built per crore of rupees over the three-year period?

1.4

0.9

1.25

1.7

Q20

Q20 Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow

f(x) = |-x+1|

g(x) = x/|x|

If x = 7, what are the respective values of f(x) and g(x)?

6, -1

-6, 1

-6, -1

6, 1

Q21

Q21 The question given below is followed by two statements numbered I and II. Determine if the statements are, individually or together sufficient to answer the question.

Question: What is the first term in a sequence of numbers?

Statements:

I. The third term is 12.

II. The second term is twice the first and the third term is three times the second.

Statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question asked and additional data to the problem is needed.

Only one of the statements, alone, is sufficient to answer the question but other statement is not.

Each statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.

Both statements I and II together are sufficient to answer the question asked but neither statement alone is sufficient.

Q22

Q22 If in a certain code language, “F” is coded as 6, “EJZ” is coded as 51026 and “MAT” is coded as 13120, then how would “CAR” be coded in that code language?

3118

3281

3181

3218

Q23

Q23 Find the missing term in the following series:

4400, 4437, 4472, ?, 4536, 4565

4522

4026

4526

4505

Q24

Q24 The question given below is followed by two statements numbered I and II. Determine if the statements are individually or together sufficient to answer the question.

Question: What is the value of x?

Statements:

I. x - 2y = 7

II. 4x - 28 = 8y

Both statements I and II together are sufficient to answer the question asked but neither statement alone is sufficient

Each statement alone is sufficient to answer the question

Statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question asked and additional data to the problem is needed.

Only one of the statements, alone, is sufficient to answer the question but the other statement is not

Q25

Q25 Read the information given below carefully and answer the questions that follow.

In a parking lot, 5 cars each are parked in two parallel lines facing each other. Benz, XUV, Duster, Eco sports, and Scorpio are parked facing South while Zen, i20, i10, Polo, and Brio are parked facing North.

- XUV is parked to the immediate left of Eco sports and is opposite to Brio.
- Duster and i20 are parked diagonally opposite.
- Scorpio is parked opposite to i10 which is to the immediate right of Zen.
- Polo is parked to the immediate left of Brio and is opposite to Eco sports.
- Zen is parked to one extreme.

Which car is parked third to the right of i10?

Zen

i20

Cannot be determined

Brio

Q26

Q26 Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank spaces:

2, 3, 5, 7, 11, (....), 17

12

13

14

15

Q27

Q27 Find the odd one out of the given options.

Copper

Iron

Iodine

Tin

Q28

Q28 Statement:

The principal instructed all the teachers to be careful in class because some students may disturb other students.

Assumptions:

I. The teachers may handle the situation properly and they may restrict the naughty students.

II. The students will welcome the decision of the Principal.

If only assumption I is implicit

If only assumption II is implicit

If either I or II is implicit

If neither I nor II is implicit

Q29

Q29 A man walks 5 km towards the south and then turns right. After walking 3 km he turns to the left and walks 5 km. Now in which direction is he from the starting place?

West

South

North East

South West

Q30

Q30 Event (A): Company X is opening an office in city Y for marketing the company's products.

Event (B): Company X has chalked out an expansion plan, involving raising

production capacity at its existing plants.

If 'A' is the effect and 'B' is its immediate and principle cause.

If 'B' is the effect and 'A' is its immediate and principle cause.

If 'A' is the effect but 'B' is not its immediate and principle cause.

If 'B' is the effect but 'A' is not its immediate and principle cause.