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2006 ICET Question paper

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Question 1 of 148
Directions: The following question is followed by data in the form of two statements labeled as I and II. You must decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Using the data make an appropriate choice from (1) to (4) as per the following guidelines.

Is x positive?
I. x + y = 15
II. 3x – y = 1

1. if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question;

2. if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question;

3. if both the statements I and Ii are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement alone is sufficient;

4. if both the statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data is required

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Question 2 of 148
Directions: The following question is followed by data in the form of two statements labeled as I and II. You must decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Using the data make an appropriate choice from (1) to (4) as per the following guidelines.

What are the ages of father and his son?
I. The age of the father 6 years ago is four times then the age of his son
II. The age of the father 4 years hence is double the then age of his son

1. if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question;

2. if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question;

3. if both the statements I and Ii are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement alone is sufficient;

4. if both the statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data is required

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Question 3 of 148
Directions: The following question is followed by data in the form of two statements labeled as I and II. You must decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Using the data make an appropriate choice from (1) to (4) as per the following guidelines.

What is the value of a/b – b/a?
I. b3/a3 – a3/b3 = – 36
II. a + b = 0

1. if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question;

2. if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question;

3. if both the statements I and Ii are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement alone is sufficient;

4. if both the statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data is required

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Question 4 of 148
Directions: The following question is followed by data in the form of two statements labeled as I and II. You must decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Using the data make an appropriate choice from (1) to (4) as per the following guidelines.

How many youth in the village are educated?
I. 1/4th of youth are educated
II. 1/5th of your are employed

1. if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question;

2. if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question;

3. if both the statements I and Ii are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement alone is sufficient;

4. if both the statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data is required

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Question 5 of 148
Directions: The following question is followed by data in the form of two statements labeled as I and II. You must decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Using the data make an appropriate choice from (1) to (4) as per the following guidelines.

What are the values of a and b?
I. 2.5a + 7b = 35
II. 10a + 28b = 140

1. if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question;

2. if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question;

3. if both the statements I and Ii are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement alone is sufficient;

4. if both the statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data is required

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Question 6 of 148
Directions: The following question is followed by data in the form of two statements labeled as I and II. You must decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Using the data make an appropriate choice from (1) to (4) as per the following guidelines.

What are the dimensions of a room?
I. The room is in a rectangular shape
II. The volume of the room is 24 m3

1. if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question;

2. if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question;

3. if both the statements I and Ii are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement alone is sufficient;

4. if both the statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data is required

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Question 7 of 148
Directions: The following question is followed by data in the form of two statements labeled as I and II. You must decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Using the data make an appropriate choice from (1) to (4) as per the following guidelines.

What is the value of (x + y + z)4 – x4 – y4 – z4?
I. x +y + z = 6
II. x2 + y2 + z2 = 5

1. if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question;

2. if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question;

3. if both the statements I and Ii are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement alone is sufficient;

4. if both the statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data is required

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Question 8 of 148
Directions: The following question is followed by data in the form of two statements labeled as I and II. You must decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Using the data make an appropriate choice from (1) to (4) as per the following guidelines.

Among the five friends who is the tallest?
I. Dis taller than A and C
II. B is shorter than E but latter than D

1. if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question;

2. if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question;

3. if both the statements I and Ii are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement alone is sufficient;

4. if both the statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data is required

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Question 9 of 148
Directions: The following question is followed by data in the form of two statements labeled as I and II. You must decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Using the data make an appropriate choice from (1) to (4) as per the following guidelines.

What is the value of y?
I. x + 2y = 6
II. y2 – 2y + 1 = 0

1. if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question;

2. if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question;

3. if both the statements I and Ii are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement alone is sufficient;

4. if both the statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data is required

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Question 10 of 148
Directions: The following question is followed by data in the form of two statements labeled as I and II. You must decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Using the data make an appropriate choice from (1) to (4) as per the following guidelines.

How is Drelated to M?
I. M has two sisters – k and R
II. D’s mother is sister of K’s father

1. if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question;

2. if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question;

3. if both the statements I and Ii are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement alone is sufficient;

4. if both the statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data is required

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Question 11 of 148
Directions: Insert the missing number

0, 6, 24, 60 _________, 210

1. 124

2. 120

3. 144

4. 180

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Question 12 of 148
Directions: Insert the missing number

3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, _________, 29

1. 21

2. 23

3. 25

4. 27

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Question 13 of 148
Directions: Insert the missing number

15, 32, 66, _________, 270.

1. 124

2. 130

3. 138

4. 134

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Question 14 of 148
Directions: Insert the missing number

0, 2, 6, 12, 20, _________, 56.

1. 40

2. 44

3. 42

4. 50

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Question 15 of 148
Directions: Insert the missing word

A C Z Y, C E Y X, E G X W, _________, I K V U.

1. GIWY

2. GHWV

3. GIUV

4. GIWX

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Question 16 of 148
In a clock, the time shown in 9 : 15. If hours hand is towards west then in which direction is the minute hand?

1. East

2. South

3. West

4. Noth

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Question 17 of 148
What is the angle between two hands when the time is 5 : 10?

1. 105o

2. 120o

3. 95o

4. 150o

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Question 18 of 148
If March 8th falls on three days after Sunday what is the last day of that month?

1. Wednesday

2. Thursday

3. Friday

4. Saturday

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Question 19 of 148
The last day of February 2006 is _________.

1. Monday

2. Tuesday

3. Wednesday

4. Friday

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Question 20 of 148
If a * b = a2 – ab + 2 then 2*(3 * 4) is _________.

1. 6

2. 8

3. 10

4. 12

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Question 21 of 148
Directions: Pick the odd one out

1. 216

2. 343

3. 916

4. 729

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Question 22 of 148
Directions: Pick the odd one out

1. 47

2. 37

3. 57

4. 67

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Question 23 of 148
Directions: Pick the odd one out

1. 15/14

2. 2/3

3. 23/24

4. 31/35

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Question 24 of 148
Directions: Pick the odd one out

1. Eye

2. Ear

3. Tongue

4. Nose

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Question 25 of 148
Directions: Pick the odd one out

1. Fish

2. Frog

3. Turtle

4. Crocodile

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Question 26 of 148
Directions: Pick the odd one out

1. UNR

2. OMS

3. DLT

4. AKU

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Question 27 of 148
Directions: Pick the odd one out

1. August

2. July

3. May

4. June

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Question 28 of 148
Directions: Pick the odd one out

1. 121

2. 111

3. 1331

4. 143

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Question 29 of 148
Directions: Pick the odd one out

1. AXZT

2. XLTA

3. ZTAX

4. TAZX

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Question 30 of 148
Directions: Pick the odd one out

1. 1001

2. 1011

3. 1101

4. 111

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Question 31 of 148
Directions Observe the Pie Chart given below and answer the following question.

Monthly expenses of a family are Rs. 57,024. Amount spent on various needs is shown in the Pie–chart above.
What amount was spent on food?

1. Rs. 12,672

2. Rs. 19,008

3. Rs. 14,256

4. Rs. 11,088

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Question 32 of 148
Directions Observe the Pie Chart given below and answer the following questions.

Monthly expenses of a family are Rs. 57,024. Amount spent on various needs is shown in the Pie–chart above.
How much more is spent on rent than as fuel?

1. Rs. 7,920

2. Rs. 6,336

3. Rs. 5,434

4. Rs. 5,742

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Question 33 of 148
Directions Observe the Pie Chart given below and answer the following questions.

Monthly expenses of a family are Rs. 57,024. Amount spent on various needs is shown in the Pie–chart above.
On what head is expense maximum?

1. Rent

2. Fuel

3. Food

4. Miscellaneous

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Question 34 of 148
Directions Observe the Pie Chart given below and answer the following questions.

Monthly expenses of a family are Rs. 57,024. Amount spent on various needs is shown in the Pie–chart above.
Approximately what percent of family income is spent on food and fuel taken together?

1. 45

2. 50

3. 52

4. 47

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Question 35 of 148
nswer the following questions.

Monthly expenses of a family are Rs. 57,024. Amount spent on various needs is shown in the Pie–chart above.
What is the ratio of expenses in food to that on rent?

1. 4 : 3

2. 3 : 4

3. 5 : 4

4. None of the above

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Question 36 of 148
Directions Study the following Venn diagram given below and answer the following question

How many persons are there who are both former all literate?

1. 45

2. 35

3. 40

4. 30

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Question 37 of 148
Directions Study the following Venn diagram given below and answer the following question

How many persons are there who are farmer but neither liberate nor forward?

1. 10

2. 15

3. 20

4. 25

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Question 38 of 148
Directions Study the following Venn diagram given below and answer the following question

Find out the literate farmer persons who are forward?

1. 10

2. 15

3. 25

4. 30

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Question 39 of 148
Directions Study the following Venn diagram given below and answer the following question

Find out the number of persons who are not farmer but forward?

1. 40

2. 25

3. 35

4. 75

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Question 40 of 148
Directions Study the following Venn diagram given below and answer the following question

How many persons are there who are only literate?

1. 40

2. 35

3. 25

4. 10

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Question 41 of 148
Directions: In a Certain process rth letter is coded as (27 – 2r)th letter for r = 1, 2, 3…13. The 14th letter is coded as 26th letter for r = 15, 16,… 26, rth letter is coded as (2r – 28)th letter for decoding, inverse process is followed.

How many letters are coded themselves in the above code?

1. 1

2. 2

3. 3

4. 0

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Question 42 of 148
Directions: In a Certain process rth letter is coded as (27 – 2r)th letter for r = 1, 2, 3…13. The 14th letter is coded as 26th letter for r = 15, 16,… 26, rth letter is coded as (2r – 28)th letter for decoding, inverse process is followed.

In this code. What is the code of “RAJU”?

1. HYGM

2. HYGN

3. HXGN

4. WYGN

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Question 43 of 148
Directions: In a Certain process rth letter is coded as (27 – 2r)th letter for r = 1, 2, 3…13. The 14th letter is coded as 26th letter for r = 15, 16,… 26, rth letter is coded as (2r – 28)th letter for decoding, inverse process is followed.

Which word is coded as “HYAJ”?

1. RAMA

2. KVYG

3. RAMS

4. None

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Question 44 of 148
Directions: In a Certain process rth letter is coded as (27 – 2r)th letter for r = 1, 2, 3…13. The 14th letter is coded as 26th letter for r = 15, 16,… 26, rth letter is coded as (2r – 28)th letter for decoding, inverse process is followed.

What is the code for “INDIA”?

1. IZSEY

2. IZSIM

3. IZSIY

4. None

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Question 45 of 148
Directions: In a Certain process rth letter is coded as (27 – 2r)th letter for r = 1, 2, 3…13. The 14th letter is coded as 26th letter for r = 15, 16,… 26, rth letter is coded as (2r – 28)th letter for decoding, inverse process is followed.

What is the code for “ALGEBRA”?

1. YCJWHM

2. YCJWHY

3. YCMQWHY

4. None

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Question 46 of 148
Two numbers are in the ratio of 4 : 7. If 14 is added to each they are in the ratio 5 : 7, then the numbers are

1. 20 and 35

2. 15 and 18

3. 12 and 21

4. 16 and 28

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Question 47 of 148
Incomes of A and B are in the ratio 3 : 4 and their expenditure are in the ratio 4 : 5. If B saves one–third of his income, then ratio of savings is

1. 13 : 21

2. 13 : 20

3. 14 : 23

4. 12 : 19

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Question 48 of 148
A trader marks his goods 20% above the cost price and allows a discount of 10%. The percentage of his gain is

1. 8

2. 10

3. 12

4. 15

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Question 49 of 148
If the salary of A is 20% more than the salary of B, then the salary of B is percent less than A?

1. 16 2/3%

2. 20%

3. 18%

4. 15%

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Question 50 of 148
A man sells 320 mangoes at the cost price of 400 mangoes. Then the percentage of his gain is

1. 10

2. 15

3. 20

4. 25

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Question 51 of 148
A and B invest in a business in the ratio 3 : 2. If 10% of the total profit goes for donations and if A’s share is Rs. 810, then the total profit is.

1. 1550

2. 1500

3. 1460

4. 1400

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Question 52 of 148
An article is sold to Rs. y, yield x% profit. Then the cost price of article (in rupees) is

1. 100 + x/100y

2. 100y/100 + x

3. 100x/100 + y

4. 100 + y/100x

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Question 53 of 148
A, B and C enter into a partnership with A’s contribution is Rs. 10,000. Out of the total profit of Rs.1. If A gets Rs. 500 and B gets Rs. 300. Ten C’s capital (in rupees ) is

1. 9000

2. 6000

3. 4000

4. 3000

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Question 54 of 148
The number of divisors excluding 1 and itself of 8625 is:

1. 15

2. 14

3. 12

4. 13

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Question 55 of 148
The number of integers between 200 and 600, that are exactly divisible by 2, 3 and 7 is

1. 5

2. 4

3. 7

4. 6

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Question 56 of 148
If three natural numbers, whose L.C.M. is 360 are in the ratio 2 : 3 : 4, then the largest of them is

1. 60

2. 90

3. 120

4. 180

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Question 57 of 148
The greatest possible length of a scale which can be used to measure exactly 1m 200 cm, 90 cm, 1 m 5 cm and 1m 65 cm is

1. 35 cm

2. 25 cm

3. 5 cm

4. 15 cm

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Question 58 of 148
The ascending order of the numbers 7/8, 9/11, 5/7 is

1. 7/8, 9/11, 5/7

2. 9/11, 7/8, 5/7

3. 5/7, 9/11, 7/8

4. 5/7, 7/8, 9/11

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Question 59 of 148
(.333…)2 =

1.

2. 0.0

3. 0.

4. 0.

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Question 60 of 148
How many integers from 1 to 100 exist such that each divisible by 5 and also 5 as a digit.

1. 10

2. 11

3. 9

4. 20

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Question 61 of 148
3 years ago, if the average ages of A and B was 20 years. Now, C has joined them and the average age is 25 years. What is the age of C?

1. 31

2. 25

3. 29

4. 45

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Question 62 of 148
The average age of 5 children is 8 years. If the age of the father of the children is inclined the average becomes 13, then the age of the father is

1. 30

2. 34

3. 37

4. 38

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Question 63 of 148
If (x2 – 1) is a factor of x3 + ax2 – bx + 6, then the ordered pair (a, b) =

1. (6, 1)

2. (–6, –1)

3. (–6, 1)

4. (6, –1)

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Question 64 of 148
If a, b are the roots of ax2 + bx + c = 0 with a and c not equal to 0. Then =

1.

2.

3.

4. 0

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Question 65 of 148
Among the surds, , and which one is the greatest

1.

2.

3.

4.

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Question 66 of 148
If 3x + 1 + 32x + 1 – 270, then x =

1. 1

2. 2

3. 0

4. 4

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Question 67 of 148
– – =

1.

2.

3.

4.

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Question 68 of 148
=

1. 2

2. –2

3. 12

4. – 12

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Question 69 of 148
If 1.8x = 0.06y, then =

1.

2.

3.

4.

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Question 70 of 148
Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 12 min, 18 min respectively if both are opened simultaneously then the time taken of fill the tank (in min) is

1. 8

2. 7

3. 7

4. 8

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Question 71 of 148
Two taps can fill a tub in 5 min and 7 min respectively another pope can empty it in 3 min. If all the three are kept open simultaneously, then the time (in min) to fill tap

1. 105

2. 115

3. 120

4. 135

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Question 72 of 148
A, B and C can do a piece of work in 4, 5 and 7 days respectively. If they get Rs. 415 for working together to complete the job, then A’s share is (in rupees)

1. 170

2. 185

3. 175

4. 180

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Question 73 of 148
A can do 1/5th of the work in 2 days, B can do 1/3 of it in 5 days. Then the number of days that both A and B can do the work is

1. 10

2. 8

3. 6

4. 4

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Question 74 of 148
A car starts at 8 am, with a speed of 65 kmph. Another car follows if at 9 a.m. with a speed of 70 kmph. The two cars will meet in the evening at a time of

1. 4

2. 6

3. 8

4. 10

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Question 75 of 148
A car covers a certain distance of 60 kmph and returns to the starting point of a speed of 40 kmph, then the average speed is

1. 56

2. 60

3. 48

4. 52

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Question 76 of 148
The wheel of a motorcycle makes 1 revolutions by moving 500 m. Find the radius of the wheel (in cms)

1. 8.75

2. 17.5

3. 16

4. 55

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Question 77 of 148
The curved surface area of a cylinder is thrice the area of its base.
Then the ratio of its base radius and height is

1. 4 : 3

2. 3 : 5

3. 2 : 3

4. 3 : 2

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Question 78 of 148
If the base radius of two cylinders are in the ratio 2 : 3 and their heights are in the ratio, 9 : 5, then the ratio of their volumes is

1. 11 : 8

2. 4 : 5

3. 1 : 4

4. 5 : 14

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Question 79 of 148
The radius of the circle that can circumscribe a rectangle of length 12 feet and breadth 5 feet is

1. 6

2. 6.5

3. 7

4. 8.5

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Question 80 of 148
The inner and outer radius of a circular track are respectively 21 m.
The cost of leveling the track at Rs.5 per sq.mt. is

1. 1078

2. 2156

3. 4512

4. 5390

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Question 81 of 148
A cylinder of height 8 m and the base radius 8 m.
The base length of the rod that can be place in it is

1. 8

2. 8

3. 8

4. None

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Question 82 of 148
A rectangular tank has 2.6 cubic m of water. If the area of the base of the tank is 6500 sq.cms. then the depth of the water is

1. 3.5

2. 4

3. 5

4. 8

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Question 83 of 148
If a = ¾, b = 4/5, c = 5/6 then which of the following is correct?

1. a < c < b

2. a < b < c

3. c < a < b

4. b < a < c

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Question 84 of 148
=

1. 0

2. 1

3. 4

4. 16

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Question 85 of 148
=

1. 1

2. 10

3. 100

4. 10

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Question 86 of 148
Two taps can fill a tank in 10 and 12 min. Another tap can empty it in 8 min. What is the time taken to fill it when all the three are opened?

1. 17 1/7

2. 16 2/7

3. 7

4. 6

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Question 87 of 148
A vendor increases the cost of an article by a 20% and offers a discount of 10%.
What is the profit percentage?

1. 9%

2. 10%

3. 8%

4. 12%

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Question 88 of 148
If (n + 2)! = 12!.n! then n =

1. 2

2. 3

3. 4

4. 6

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Question 89 of 148
What is the probability of getting a six when two dice are rolled?

1. 5/36

2. 1/6

3. 1/9

4. 7/36

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Question 90 of 148
In how many ways, 7 days and 6 girls can be seated a round table, so that no two girls are together?

1. 6!

2. 7!

3. 6! ´ 7!

4. 5! ´ 6!

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Question 91 of 148
Out of 17 boys 13 girls of a class one student is to be selected.
Find the probability of selecting a girl?

1. 17/30

2. 13/30

3. 15/30

4. 11/30

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Question 92 of 148
The quartile deviation of 15, 60, 28, 40, 72, 30 and 50 is:

1. 16

2. 60

3. 28

4. 44

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Question 93 of 148
The mean of 12.22.32.42.52.62.72 is

1. 40

2. 20

3. 30

4. 13

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Question 94 of 148
For a frequency distribution A.M = 24.6, Median = 26.1, Its mode is

1. 1.5

2. 29.1

3. 30.1

4. 25.45

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Question 95 of 148
Median of 16, 10, 19, 7, 8, 8 is

1. 8

2. 9

3. 11

4. 13

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Question 96 of 148
Calculate S.D. 22 57 44 53 47 53

1. 12.45

2. 11.55

3. 10.55

4. 13.55

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Question 97 of 148
If cos q =then tan q=?

1.

2.

3.

4. None

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Question 98 of 148
Find the mean calculated from the frequency table

x
0
1
2
3
4

y
6
5
4
3
2

1. 2

2. 1.5

3. 3

4. 1

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Question 99 of 148
When three coins are tossed together, find the probability that all the coins have the same face?

1. ¼

2. 1/8

3. ½

4. 4/1

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Question 100 of 148
Directions: Find out the right synonym among the four alternations.

Ubiquitous

1. Somewhere

2. Everywhere

3. How where

4. Hardware

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Question 101 of 148
Directions: Find out the right synonym among the four alternations.

Omniscient

1. All powerful

2. Indefatigable

3. All knowing

4. Indomitable

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Question 102 of 148
Directions: Find out the right synonym among the four alternations.

Tardy

1. Quick

2. Sluggish

3. Dirty

4. Progressive

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Question 103 of 148
Directions: Find out the right synonym among the four alternations.

Enigmatic

1. Puzzling

2. Sharp

3. Problematic

4. Docile

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Question 104 of 148
Directions: Find out the right synonym among the four alternations.

In congruous

1. Out of time

2. Out of country

3. Out of space

4. Out of place

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Question 105 of 148
Directions: Find out the right synonym among the four alternations.

Flagrant

1. Scented

2. Shameless

3. Patriotic

4. Burning

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Question 106 of 148
Directions: Fill in the blanks with suitable word.

It wasn’t very _________ of you to ring me up at the office during
working hours.

1. Discreet

2. Discrete

3. Distinguished

4. Delinquent

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Question 107 of 148
We must always resolve our difference _________.

1. Amiably

2. Arguably

3. Amicably

4. Affably

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Question 108 of 148
The study of coins is called _________.

1. Archaeology

2. Paleontology

3. Orthography

4. Numismatics

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Question 109 of 148
A man with a split personality is a _________.

1. Lunatic

2. Misanthrope

4. Schizophrenic

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Question 110 of 148
Directions: Find out the right substitute for the following

I wonder if your message got _________ to the audience

1. Across

2. Over

3. Through

4. Round

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Question 111 of 148
You _________ inform the police about the incident

1. Have better

2. May better

4. Might better

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Question 112 of 148
Microsoft has recently __________a book sized new version PC

1. Unveiled

2. Unearthed

3. Unplugged

4. Unleashed

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Question 113 of 148
The university __________ the honorary degree on the celebrity

1. Deferred

2. Conferred

3. Confirmed

4. Collocated

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Question 114 of 148
Her classmates were jealous of her success; they were therefore constantly running her

1. Across

2. Against

3. Off

4. Down

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Question 115 of 148
After not speaking to each other for years, the two brothers
decided to __________.

1. Bury the axe

2. Bury the hatchet

4. Bury the helmets

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Question 116 of 148
The firemen have been trying hard to __________the fire

1. Put down

2. Put away

3. Put off

4. Put out

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Question 117 of 148
I tried but could not prevail __________him

1. In

2. With

3. On

4. For

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Question 118 of 148
"1 wish I know German". In this sentence the speaker

1. Wants to learn German

2. Does not know German

3. Knows German

4. Knew German in the past

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Question 119 of 148
"Would you care for a cup of tea, Mr. Kishore?". In this sentence the speaker:

1. Wants to know whether Kishore likes tea or not

2. Is inviting Kishore to have a cup of tea

3. Is requesting Kishore to offer him a cup of tea

4. Wants to know whether Kishore can carefully drink a cup of tea

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Question 120 of 148
"John is a bull in a china shop". This sentence means:

1. John is strong and steady

2. John is sturdy-looking but weak

3. John is irresponsible

4. John is rough and clumsy

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Question 121 of 148
Mary: May I speak to Mr. Brown, Please?

Robert: You cannot. He is in the bathroom. In the above

conversation

1. Robert is rude

2. Robert is polite

3. Robert is formal

4. Robert is pleasant

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Question 122 of 148
"I isn't so foggy today as it was yesterday', I remarked". The indirect speech of this sentence is:

1. I remarked that it wasn't so foggy that day as it was previous day

2. I remarked that it wasn't so foggy that day as it had been yesterday

3. I remarked that it wasn't so foggy that day as it had been the day before

4. I remarked that it wasn't so foggy that day as it has been the previous day

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Question 123 of 148
'Burglars broke into the house". The passive voice of this sentence is:

1. The house was broken

2. The burglars was broken

3. The house has been broken into

4. The house was broken into

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Question 124 of 148
"I'm afraid your answer is wrong". In this sentence "I'm afraid" means:

1. I'm sorry

2. I'm frightened

3. I'm worried

4. I'm surprised

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Question 125 of 148
Humanities are a source book of knowing about:

1. Good life and how it is lived

2. The experience of seeing

3. Seeing a surgeon in the operating theatre

4. The fact that seeing is believing

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Question 126 of 148
What is common to the menu offered on a transatlantic liener and in
the field of education?

1. Tasty dishes

2. Paralysed feeling

3. Wide ranging

4. Greek and Stenography

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Question 127 of 148
According to the author of the passage:

1. Seeing is Learning

2. Writing is Learning

3. Speculating is Learning

4. Knowing is learning

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Question 128 of 148
The author prefers literature to other subjects because:

1. It offers a comprehensive picture of man

2. It offers an enormous bill of fare

3. In its profession if illustrates a part of human nature

4. It helps us meet human beings and understand them

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Question 129 of 148
The higher objective of education is:

1. To plod through within one's limitations

2. To identify and reach the peak

3. To secure degrees of diplomas

4. To appease one's parents and teachers

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Question 130 of 148
Great men of culture have always tried to:

1. Monopolise culture

2. Exploit culture for selfish ends

3. Commercialise culture

4. Human ised culture

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Question 131 of 148
Culture

1. Encourages class distinctions

2. Annihilates the barrier of classes

3. Instigates class distinctions

4. Offers an analysis of class distinctions

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Question 132 of 148
Great man have tried to free culture from:

1. Its confinement by kings alone

2. Its confinement by Politicians

3. Its confinement by Coterie

4. Its confinement by Educationists

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Question 133 of 148
Culture promotes

1. The autocracy of certain ideas

2. The destruction of ideas

3. The monopoly of ideas

4. A democratic dissemination of ideas

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Question 134 of 148
What kind of dream does the writer say he had?

1. Funny

2. Terrible

3. Unusual

4. Wonderful

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Question 135 of 148
How did the writer fell about being asked to leave his legs behind?

1. Surprised

2. Happy

3. Seared

4. Angry

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Question 136 of 148
When the writer was asked to leave his legs behind, he:

1. Did not do so

2. Was not able to do so

3. Did so

4. Ran away

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Question 137 of 148
What surprised the writer?

1. The attendant asking him to leave the legs behind

2. The rule to leave the legs behind

3. The dream

4. Nothing

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Question 138 of 148
The clock-room attendant asked every to leave their legs behind because:

1. He liked it

2. He was instructed to do so

3. He did not have legs

4. He wanted to fight with every one who come to the therate

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Question 139 of 148

1. Commercial messages arranged in a newspaper according to the interests of the readers

2. Advertisement by people who do not like to disclose their identity

3. Messages requiring clearance by the advertising society of India

4. Messages cleared by the press information bureau of the Govt concerned

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Question 140 of 148
Copy tests are intended to test:

1. The effectiveness of communication of an advertisement

2. The original feature of an official draft

3. The fidelity of communication network in an organization

4. The capacity of duplicating equipment in an office

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Question 141 of 148
COBAL is the abbreviation of:

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Question 142 of 148
URL is the abbreviation of:

1. Uniform Resource Locator

2. User Reference Location

3. Uninterrupted Relay Leveller

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Question 143 of 148
A–point where two or more computer networks meet and can exchange data is called as

1. Modem

2. Junction

3. Gateway

4. Server

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Question 144 of 148
A kilobyte is

1. 1 bytes

2. (23) bytes

3. 1024 bytes

4. None

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Question 145 of 148
REPO rate means

1. The rate at which the RBI absorbs liquidity

2. The rate at which the RBI lends to banks

3. The rate at which the RBI discounts the bills of banks

4. The rate at which the banks are expected to lend money

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Question 146 of 148
SEBI stands for.

1. Security and Economic Board of India

2. Security and Economic Business of India

3. Securities Exchange Board of India

4. Securities Exchange Business of India

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Question 147 of 148
GDP is:

1. Gross Domestic Product

2. Gross Data Preparation

3. Growing Demand price

4. General Data Project

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Question 148 of 148
One who accesses a system illegally is called as a

1. Hawker

2. Browses

3. Spammer

4. Hacker

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