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Question 1

Direction: In this question, two columns I and II and three sentences are given, which are divided into two parts. Column I (A, B and C) consists of first half of each sentence and Column II (D, E and F) consists of second half of each sentence. Match column I with column II, so that the sentences formed are both meaningful and grammatically correct. Choose that option as your answer.
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I.
A) There are infinite number of planets in the universe
B) We got out pet dog when
C) It was a pleasure working with you and

II.
D) a huge number of Indian soldier died in the two world wars.
E) yet we seem so alone as a life form.
F) there were no cabs to be seen late at night.

Question 2

Direction: In this question, two columns I and II and three sentences are given, which are divided into two parts. Column I (A, B and C) consists of first half of each sentence and Column II (D, E and F) consists of second half of each sentence. Match column I with column II, so that the sentences formed are both meaningful and grammatically correct. Choose the option as your answer.
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I.
A) Freddie Mercury is remembered as
B) As soon as the car hit the barricade, it
C) Drivers are advised to use
II.
D) leapt 10 feet above the ground.
E) one of the best rock musicians of all time.
F) in the past there has been such events.

Question 3

Direction: In this question, two columns I and II and three sentences are given, which are divided into two parts. Column I (A, B and C) consists of first half of each sentence and Column II (D, E and F) consists of second half of each sentence. Match column I with column II, so that the sentences formed are both meaningful and grammatically correct. Choose that option as your answer.
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I.
A) He explained that
B) The loss of motion perception is a common complaint
C) I am excited by what such a programme


II.
D) in human patients with severe vision loss.
E) could meant for the dance ecology.
F) there is a tradition of late transplantation in many parts of UP.

Question 4

Direction: In this question, two columns I and II and three sentences are given, which are divided into two parts. Column I (A, B and C) consists of first half of each sentence and Column II (D, E and F) consists of second half of each sentence. Match column I with column II, so that the sentences formed are both meaningful and grammatically correct. Choose that option as your answer.
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I. 
A) Apart from the food everything else
B) Somebody once told me that it is best
C) There was no measures taken to

II.
D) gently obliged and moved on.
E) were going to be at the party. 
F) to let the angry thoughts go away while taking a decision.

Question 5

Direction: In this question, two columns I and II and three sentences are given, which are divided into two parts. Column I (A, B and C) consists of first half of each sentence and Column II (D, E and F) consists of second half of each sentence. Match column I with column II, so that the sentences formed are both meaningful and grammatically correct. Choose that option as your answer.
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I.
A) The current version of the application involves
B) It’s time to revisit Gandhian logic and Gandhian economics
C) India has set audacious goals for itself for 2030 that stretches

II.
D) Through which the poor and the destitute are at the centre of gravity.
E) Being able to visit a forest in virtual reality.
F) From considerably increasing farmers’ income to becoming an economic power with a strength military to back it.

Question 6

Direction: In the following question two equations are given in variables X and Y. You have to solve these equations and determine the relation between X and Y.
I. = -
II. y2 + 112 = 473

Question 7

Direction:In the following two equations numbered 1 and 2 are given. You have to solve both the equations and determine which option is correct.
1) 4x2 – 160x +1600
2) 3y2 – 170y+ 2400

Question 8

Direction:  In the following question two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and answer the question.
x, y are Positive numbers
I. 
(4x+3y)²=1600
II. (6x-5y)²=484

Question 9

Direction: In the following question two equations are given in variables X and Y. You have to solve these equations and determine the relation between X and Y.
I. 3x2  – 24x + 48 = 0
II. 4y– 4y – 48 = 0

Question 10

Direction: In the following question two equations in variables x and y are given. You have to solve these equations and determine relation between x and y.
I. 6x+ 5x + 1 = 0
II. 12y+ 17y + 6 = 0

Question 11

Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

8 cricketers- M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T belong to different teams- Australia, India, Sri Lanka and England. They use different brands of Bat- GM, Reebok, MRF, SG and SS and hit sixes varying 1 to 5. 2 persons belong to each country, and not more than 2 persons use the same bat, and hit the same number of sixes. The following information is known about them.

i. T belongs to Sri Lanka and hits maximum number of sixes but does not use SG bat.
ii. N and P hit the same number of sixes.
iii. The one who hits less number of sixes than both M and P uses SS bat and is the only one uses that bat but doesn’t belong to Australia.
iv. M uses GM bat and either belongs to India or Australia.
v. One of the persons belonging to India hits 3 sixes and uses GM bat.
vi. S does not hit maximum number of sixes and either belongs to India or Australia.
vii. P neither uses MRF nor GM bat.
viii. One of the persons using MRF hits more sixes than O and less than S.
ix. N and S use the same bat.
x. Q hits 2 sixes.
xi. N and Q belong to the same country but not England.
xii. One of the persons belonging to England uses MRF and hits minimum number of sixes but is not R.
xiii. One of the persons who use Reebok belongs to Australia and the other one belongs to India.
xiv. One of the persons belonging to England hits 2 sixes.
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Who uses SG bat?

Question 12

Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

8 cricketers- M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T belong to different teams- Australia, India, Sri Lanka and England. They use different brands of Bat- GM, Reebok, MRF, SG and SS and hit sixes varying 1 to 5. 2 persons belong to each country, and not more than 2 persons use the same bat, and hit the same number of sixes. The following information is known about them.

i. T belongs to Sri Lanka and hits maximum number of sixes but does not use SG bat.
ii. N and P hit the same number of sixes.
iii. The one who hits less number of sixes than both M and P uses SS bat and is the only one uses that bat but doesn’t belong to Australia.
iv. M uses GM bat and either belongs to India or Australia.
v. One of the persons belonging to India hits 3 sixes and uses GM bat.
vi. S does not hit maximum number of sixes and either belongs to India or Australia.
vii. P neither uses MRF nor GM bat.
viii. One of the persons using MRF hits more sixes than O and less than S.
ix. N and S use the same bat.
x. Q hits 2 sixes.
xi. N and Q belong to the same country but not England.
xii. One of the persons belonging to England uses MRF and hits minimum number of sixes but is not R.
xiii. One of the persons who use Reebok belongs to Australia and the other one belongs to India.
xiv. One of the persons belonging to England hits 2 sixes.
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Which brand Bat does Q use?

Question 13

Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

8 cricketers- M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T belong to different teams- Australia, India, Sri Lanka and England. They use different brands of Bat- GM, Reebok, MRF, SG and SS and hit sixes varying 1 to 5. 2 persons belong to each country, and not more than 2 persons use the same bat, and hit the same number of sixes. The following information is known about them.

i. T belongs to Sri Lanka and hits maximum number of sixes but does not use SG bat.
ii. N and P hit the same number of sixes.
iii. The one who hits less number of sixes than both M and P uses SS bat and is the only one uses that bat but doesn’t belong to Australia.
iv. M uses GM bat and either belongs to India or Australia.
v. One of the persons belonging to India hits 3 sixes and uses GM bat.
vi. S does not hit maximum number of sixes and either belongs to India or Australia.
vii. P neither uses MRF nor GM bat.
viii. One of the persons using MRF hits more sixes than O and less than S.
ix. N and S use the same bat.
x. Q hits 2 sixes.
xi. N and Q belong to the same country but not England.
xii. One of the persons belonging to England uses MRF and hits minimum number of sixes but is not R.
xiii. One of the persons who use Reebok belongs to Australia and the other one belongs to India.
xiv. One of the persons belonging to England hits 2 sixes.
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Who belongs to Australia?

Question 14

Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

8 cricketers- M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T belong to different teams- Australia, India, Sri Lanka and England. They use different brands of Bat- GM, Reebok, MRF, SG and SS and hit sixes varying 1 to 5. 2 persons belong to each country, and not more than 2 persons use the same bat, and hit the same number of sixes. The following information is known about them.

i. T belongs to Sri Lanka and hits maximum number of sixes but does not use SG bat.
ii. N and P hit the same number of sixes.
iii. The one who hits less number of sixes than both M and P uses SS bat and is the only one uses that bat but doesn’t belong to Australia.
iv. M uses GM bat and either belongs to India or Australia.
v. One of the persons belonging to India hits 3 sixes and uses GM bat.
vi. S does not hit maximum number of sixes and either belongs to India or Australia.
vii. P neither uses MRF nor GM bat.
viii. One of the persons using MRF hits more sixes than O and less than S.
ix. N and S use the same bat.
x. Q hits 2 sixes.
xi. N and Q belong to the same country but not England.
xii. One of the persons belonging to England uses MRF and hits minimum number of sixes but is not R.
xiii. One of the persons who use Reebok belongs to Australia and the other one belongs to India.
xiv. One of the persons belonging to England hits 2 sixes.
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Who among the following hit(s) minimum number of sixes?

Question 15

Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

8 cricketers- M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T belong to different teams- Australia, India, Sri Lanka and England. They use different brands of Bat- GM, Reebok, MRF, SG and SS and hit sixes varying 1 to 5. 2 persons belong to each country, and not more than 2 persons use the same bat, and hit the same number of sixes. The following information is known about them.

i. T belongs to Sri Lanka and hits maximum number of sixes but does not use SG bat.
ii. N and P hit the same number of sixes.
iii. The one who hits less number of sixes than both M and P uses SS bat and is the only one uses that bat but doesn’t belong to Australia.
iv. M uses GM bat and either belongs to India or Australia.
v. One of the persons belonging to India hits 3 sixes and uses GM bat.
vi. S does not hit maximum number of sixes and either belongs to India or Australia.
vii. P neither uses MRF nor GM bat.
viii. One of the persons using MRF hits more sixes than O and less than S.
ix. N and S use the same bat.
x. Q hits 2 sixes.
xi. N and Q belong to the same country but not England.
xii. One of the persons belonging to England uses MRF and hits minimum number of sixes but is not R.
xiii. One of the persons who use Reebok belongs to Australia and the other one belongs to India.
xiv. One of the persons belonging to England hits 2 sixes.
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