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Mission SBI PO 2019: Day 35 Challenge

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Question 1

Direction: Two sentences with one blank in each, followed by five alternatives, are given. Choose that option as the answer which can fill both the blanks of both the sentences.

I. According to some experts, subsidizing crop insurance to a large extent may be bad for the environment since farmers may take such ________ as farming on floodplains or steep hills.
II. In the 1990s, Germany was known as the ‘sick man of Europe’ and had high unemployment but its success today is on account of the huge __________ it took in reforming the labor market.

Question 2

Direction: Two sentences with one blank in each, followed by five alternatives, are given. Choose that option as the answer which can fill both the blanks of both the sentences.

I. Japan is investing in strengthening bonds with ASEAN countries and Japanese countries recently won a$ 370 million contract to start __________a new underground railway system in Jakarta.
II. The cost of ___________space vehicles is high no doubt, but the cost of complying with legal and regulatory paperwork and rules is huge too.

Question 3

Direction: Two sentences with one blank in each, followed by five alternatives, are given. Choose that option as the answer that can be filled in both the blanks of both sentences to make the sentences grammatically correct and meaningful.

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A) Mosquito larvae usually flourish down in puddles but municipal workers who are overworked can sometimes ____________ to spray such water bodies during these monsoons.
B) Before the financial crisis, regulators hoped that banks would be sensible about risks that they took but banks knew that because they were so large the government would not allow them to __________.

Question 4

Direction: Two sentences with one blank in each, followed by five alternatives, are given. Choose that option as the answer that can be filled in both the blanks of both sentences to make the sentences grammatically correct and meaningful.

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A) The company has a current account deficit of more than 6 per cent of GDP and _________ on foreign capital to bridge the gap between what it spends and what it earns.
B) The company mainly __________ on its corporate banking business but has now decided to expand its operations to retail banking and credit card business.

Question 5

Direction: Two sentences with one blank in each, followed by five alternatives, are given. Choose that option as the answer that can be filled in both the blanks of both sentences.

I. Having traditional vocational training only can be a _____________ since research has shown that the skills learnt in vocational training do become outdated and employees should keep themselves updated.
II. To its ____________ the city is earthquake-prone and despite the shortage of electricity, building a nuclear power plant is dangerous.

Question 6

Direction: The question given below has few statements along with it. You have to determine which of the statement/s is/are sufficient/necessary for answering the question and mark your answer accordingly:
Is P a prime number, given that P is a positive integer?
Statement 1: P4 > 3000
Statement 2: P4 < 10,000

Question 7

Direction: The question given below has few statements along with it. You have to determine which of the statement/s is/are sufficient/necessary for answering the question and mark your answer accordingly:
What is the value of A + B?
I. A = 50% of B
II. 2A + 2B = 80

Question 8

Direction: The following question are accompanied by two statements I and II. You have to determine which statement is/are sufficient to answer the question.
The difference between the simple interest and the compound interest on a sum of money at the end of four years is Rs. 1282. Find the sum.
I. Amount of simple interest accrued after four years is Rs. 4000.
II. Rate of interest is 10% per annum.

Question 9

Direction: A question along with two statements, is given below. You have to decide whether the data provided in the two statements is sufficient to answer the question or not and mark your answer accordingly.
A 540m-long plot of rectangular land is to be fenced. Find the cost of fencing per square metre.

I. Breadth of the rectangular plot is 60 m.

II. Length of the rectangular plot is 120 m.

Question 10

Direction: Below question is followed by two statements I and II. You have to determine whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question. You should use the data your knowledge of Mathematics to choose between the possible answers.
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How long will it take for two pipes A and B to fill an empty cistern if they worked alternately for an hour each?

Statement I: Working alone, Pipe A can fill the cistern in 40 hours
Statement II: Pipe B is one third as efficient as Pipe A.

Question 11

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Eight persons namely Arun, Varun, Akhil, Nikhil, Darsh, Harsh, Rohit and Mohit are going to visit different places viz. Delhi, Jaipur, Bangalore, Lucknow, Jalandhar, Kashmir, Gujarat and Goa but not necessarily in same order. Each of them also likes different fast food viz. Pizza, Burger, Momos, Nuggets, Apple Pie, Dunkin Donuts, Cinnabon Delights and French Fries but not necessarily in the same order.

Akhil likes Apple Pie and visits Bangalore. Rohit likes French fries and goes to Delhi. Mohit is going to Jalandhar and does not like Momos and Pizza. The one who likes Cinnabon Delights visits Gujarat. Nikhil likes Nuggets and does not want to visit Kashmir and Jaipur. Darsh visits Lucknow and likes Dunkin Donuts. Arun does not visit Jaipur. Varun does not like Momos. Harsh is going to visit Gujarat.
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Who visits Jaipur?

Question 12

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Eight persons namely Arun, Varun, Akhil, Nikhil, Darsh, Harsh, Rohit and Mohit are going to visit different places viz. Delhi, Jaipur, Bangalore, Lucknow, Jalandhar, Kashmir, Gujarat and Goa but not necessarily in same order. Each of them also likes different fast food viz. Pizza, Burger, Momos, Nuggets, Apple Pie, Dunkin Donuts, Cinnabon Delights and French Fries but not necessarily in the same order.

Akhil likes Apple Pie and visits Bangalore. Rohit likes French fries and goes to Delhi. Mohit is going to Jalandhar and does not like Momos and Pizza. The one who likes Cinnabon Delights visits Gujarat. Nikhil likes Nuggets and does not want to visit Kashmir and Jaipur. Darsh visits Lucknow and likes Dunkin Donuts. Arun does not visit Jaipur. Varun does not like Momos. Harsh is going to visit Gujarat.
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What is Mohit’s favourite fast food?

Question 13

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Eight persons namely Arun, Varun, Akhil, Nikhil, Darsh, Harsh, Rohit and Mohit are going to visit different places viz. Delhi, Jaipur, Bangalore, Lucknow, Jalandhar, Kashmir, Gujarat and Goa but not necessarily in same order. Each of them also likes different fast food viz. Pizza, Burger, Momos, Nuggets, Apple Pie, Dunkin Donuts, Cinnabon Delights and French Fries but not necessarily in the same order.

Akhil likes Apple Pie and visits Bangalore. Rohit likes French fries and goes to Delhi. Mohit is going to Jalandhar and does not like Momos and Pizza. The one who likes Cinnabon Delights visits Gujarat. Nikhil likes Nuggets and does not want to visit Kashmir and Jaipur. Darsh visits Lucknow and likes Dunkin Donuts. Arun does not visit Jaipur. Varun does not like Momos. Harsh is going to visit Gujarat.
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Which of the following combination is true?

Question 14

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Eight persons namely Arun, Varun, Akhil, Nikhil, Darsh, Harsh, Rohit and Mohit are going to visit different places viz. Delhi, Jaipur, Bangalore, Lucknow, Jalandhar, Kashmir, Gujarat and Goa but not necessarily in same order. Each of them also likes different fast food viz. Pizza, Burger, Momos, Nuggets, Apple Pie, Dunkin Donuts, Cinnabon Delights and French Fries but not necessarily in the same order.

Akhil likes Apple Pie and visits Bangalore. Rohit likes French fries and goes to Delhi. Mohit is going to Jalandhar and does not like Momos and Pizza. The one who likes Cinnabon Delights visits Gujarat. Nikhil likes Nuggets and does not want to visit Kashmir and Jaipur. Darsh visits Lucknow and likes Dunkin Donuts. Arun does not visit Jaipur. Varun does not like Momos. Harsh is going to visit Gujarat.
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Which of the following is true with respect to Arun?

Question 15

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Eight persons namely Arun, Varun, Akhil, Nikhil, Darsh, Harsh, Rohit and Mohit are going to visit different places viz. Delhi, Jaipur, Bangalore, Lucknow, Jalandhar, Kashmir, Gujarat and Goa but not necessarily in same order. Each of them also likes different fast food viz. Pizza, Burger, Momos, Nuggets, Apple Pie, Dunkin Donuts, Cinnabon Delights and French Fries but not necessarily in the same order.

Akhil likes Apple Pie and visits Bangalore. Rohit likes French fries and goes to Delhi. Mohit is going to Jalandhar and does not like Momos and Pizza. The one who likes Cinnabon Delights visits Gujarat. Nikhil likes Nuggets and does not want to visit Kashmir and Jaipur. Darsh visits Lucknow and likes Dunkin Donuts. Arun does not visit Jaipur. Varun does not like Momos. Harsh is going to visit Gujarat.
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What is the name the one who visits Goa?
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