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# Mission SBI PO 2019: Day 36 Challenge

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Question 1

Direction: What value should come at the place of question mark (?) in the given number series?
500, 491, 478, 449, 384, ?

Question 2

Direction: What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
4, 14, 28, 58, ?, 502

Question 3

Direction: What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
145, 289, 575, ?, 2283

Question 4

Directions: What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
4, 27, 67, 123, (?), 279, 377

Question 5

Directions: What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
-9, -15, -49, (?), -961, -5759

Question 6

Direction: Study the following information to answer the given question.

Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G like seven different fast foods viz, Burger, Idli Dosa, Samosa, Poha, Pizza and Sandwich, are sitting in the same row facing north direction. Each person likes exactly one fast food and no two people like the same fast food. It is known that D is not sitting adjacent to F and doesn't like Sandwich. F likes Idli and sitting adjacent to E but not adjacent to the person who likes Burger. C likes Samosa and is sitting third to the left of E. A likes Poha and is sitting adjacent to the person who likes Dosa. B likes Burger and is not sitting at any of the extreme corners. Only two people are sitting to the right of E and none of them likes Burger.
Who are sitting at the extreme?

Question 7

Direction: Study the following information to answer the given question.

Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G like seven different fast foods viz, Burger, Idli Dosa, Samosa, Poha, Pizza and Sandwich, are sitting in the same row facing north direction. Each person likes exactly one fast food and no two people like the same fast food. It is known that D is not sitting adjacent to F and doesn't like Sandwich. F likes Idli and sitting adjacent to E but not adjacent to the person who likes Burger. C likes Samosa and is sitting third to the left of E. A likes Poha and is sitting adjacent to the person who likes Dosa. B likes Burger and is not sitting at any of the extreme corners. Only two people are sitting to the right of E and none of them likes Burger.
Who likes Dosa?

Question 8

Direction: Study the following information to answer the given question.

Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G like seven different fast foods viz, Burger, Idli Dosa, Samosa, Poha, Pizza and Sandwich, are sitting in the same row facing north direction. Each person likes exactly one fast food and no two people like the same fast food. It is known that D is not sitting adjacent to F and doesn't like Sandwich. F likes Idli and sitting adjacent to E but not adjacent to the person who likes Burger. C likes Samosa and is sitting third to the left of E. A likes Poha and is sitting adjacent to the person who likes Dosa. B likes Burger and is not sitting at any of the extreme corners. Only two people are sitting to the right of E and none of them likes Burger.
Person sitting between A and G likes which fast food?

Question 9

Direction: Study the following information to answer the given question.

Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G like seven different fast foods viz, Burger, Idli Dosa, Samosa, Poha, Pizza and Sandwich, are sitting in the same row facing north direction. Each person likes exactly one fast food and no two people like the same fast food. It is known that D is not sitting adjacent to F and doesn't like Sandwich. F likes Idli and sitting adjacent to E but not adjacent to the person who likes Burger. C likes Samosa and is sitting third to the left of E. A likes Poha and is sitting adjacent to the person who likes Dosa. B likes Burger and is not sitting at any of the extreme corners. Only two people are sitting to the right of E and none of them likes Burger.
Who among the following sits third to the left of G?

Question 10

Direction: Study the following information to answer the given question.

Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G like seven different fast foods viz, Burger, Idli Dosa, Samosa, Poha, Pizza and Sandwich, are sitting in the same row facing north direction. Each person likes exactly one fast food and no two people like the same fast food. It is known that D is not sitting adjacent to F and doesn't like Sandwich. F likes Idli and sitting adjacent to E but not adjacent to the person who likes Burger. C likes Samosa and is sitting third to the left of E. A likes Poha and is sitting adjacent to the person who likes Dosa. B likes Burger and is not sitting at any of the extreme corners. Only two people are sitting to the right of E and none of them likes Burger.
Who among the following likes Pizza?

Question 11

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each five groups of words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.

Women and men may receive equal pay for work at Grand Slams but a double standard that surfaced at the US Open when Alize Cornet (11) a code violation for changing her shirt on the court continued to spark outrage over equality. The United States Tennis Association (USTA) was in full damage control mode (12) after the Frenchwoman noticed she had put her shirt on backwards off the court during a heat break. When she realised her mistake, Cornet walked towards the back of the court pulling off her top, briefly exposing her sports bra, before slipping it back on the right way round and drawing a code violation from umpire Christian Rask. The on-watchers were least pleased with (13). Many took to Twitter to express their displeasure and anger against this gender inequality (14). And following the backlash received after this incident, the US Open has come out with an apology to the player. A statement released by them read, "All players can change their shirts when sitting in the chair. This is not considered a Code Violation. "We regret that a Code Violation (15) Ms Cornet yesterday. We have clarified the policy to ensure this will not happen moving forward.”
Find the appropriate eword in each case.

Question 12

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each five groups of words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.

Women and men may receive equal pay for work at Grand Slams but a double standard that surfaced at the US Open when Alize Cornet (11) a code violation for changing her shirt on the court continued to spark outrage over equality. The United States Tennis Association (USTA) was in full damage control mode (12) after the Frenchwoman noticed she had put her shirt on backwards off the court during a heat break. When she realised her mistake, Cornet walked towards the back of the court pulling off her top, briefly exposing her sports bra, before slipping it back on the right way round and drawing a code violation from umpire Christian Rask. The on-watchers were least pleased with (13). Many took to Twitter to express their displeasure and anger against this gender inequality (14). And following the backlash received after this incident, the US Open has come out with an apology to the player. A statement released by them read, "All players can change their shirts when sitting in the chair. This is not considered a Code Violation. "We regret that a Code Violation (15) Ms Cornet yesterday. We have clarified the policy to ensure this will not happen moving forward.”
Find the appropriate eword in each case.

Question 13

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each five groups of words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.

Women and men may receive equal pay for work at Grand Slams but a double standard that surfaced at the US Open when Alize Cornet (11) a code violation for changing her shirt on the court continued to spark outrage over equality. The United States Tennis Association (USTA) was in full damage control mode (12) after the Frenchwoman noticed she had put her shirt on backwards off the court during a heat break. When she realised her mistake, Cornet walked towards the back of the court pulling off her top, briefly exposing her sports bra, before slipping it back on the right way round and drawing a code violation from umpire Christian Rask. The on-watchers were least pleased with (13). Many took to Twitter to express their displeasure and anger against this gender inequality (14). And following the backlash received after this incident, the US Open has come out with an apology to the player. A statement released by them read, "All players can change their shirts when sitting in the chair. This is not considered a Code Violation. "We regret that a Code Violation (15) Ms Cornet yesterday. We have clarified the policy to ensure this will not happen moving forward.”
Find the appropriate eword in each case.

Question 14

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each five groups of words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.

Women and men may receive equal pay for work at Grand Slams but a double standard that surfaced at the US Open when Alize Cornet (11) a code violation for changing her shirt on the court continued to spark outrage over equality. The United States Tennis Association (USTA) was in full damage control mode (12) after the Frenchwoman noticed she had put her shirt on backwards off the court during a heat break. When she realised her mistake, Cornet walked towards the back of the court pulling off her top, briefly exposing her sports bra, before slipping it back on the right way round and drawing a code violation from umpire Christian Rask. The on-watchers were least pleased with (13). Many took to Twitter to express their displeasure and anger against this gender inequality (14). And following the backlash received after this incident, the US Open has come out with an apology to the player. A statement released by them read, "All players can change their shirts when sitting in the chair. This is not considered a Code Violation. "We regret that a Code Violation (15) Ms Cornet yesterday. We have clarified the policy to ensure this will not happen moving forward.”
Find the appropriate eword in each case.

Question 15

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each five groups of words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.

Women and men may receive equal pay for work at Grand Slams but a double standard that surfaced at the US Open when Alize Cornet (11) a code violation for changing her shirt on the court continued to spark outrage over equality. The United States Tennis Association (USTA) was in full damage control mode (12) after the Frenchwoman noticed she had put her shirt on backwards off the court during a heat break. When she realised her mistake, Cornet walked towards the back of the court pulling off her top, briefly exposing her sports bra, before slipping it back on the right way round and drawing a code violation from umpire Christian Rask. The on-watchers were least pleased with (13). Many took to Twitter to express their displeasure and anger against this gender inequality (14). And following the backlash received after this incident, the US Open has come out with an apology to the player. A statement released by them read, "All players can change their shirts when sitting in the chair. This is not considered a Code Violation. "We regret that a Code Violation (15) Ms Cornet yesterday. We have clarified the policy to ensure this will not happen moving forward.”