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Question 1

Direction: In the given question, a sentence is divided into five parts out of which the last part is given bold and correct. Out of the remaining four, there are errors in three parts. Choose the part which doesn’t have an error. If all the four parts are correct, mark E, i.e., "All are correct" as the answer.
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The country have decided to drop the idea of the proposed meeting, (A)/ the first such high-level talk planned to years between the nuclear (B)/ rivals, to protest about the killing of an security personnel and (C)/ the glorification of a militant and militancy by its neighbour, (D)/ the foreign office said in a statement.

Question 2

Direction: In the given question, a sentence is divided into five parts out of which the last part is given bold and correct. Out of the remaining four, there are errors in three parts. Choose the part which doesn’t have an error. If all the four parts are correct, mark E, i.e., "All are correct" as the answer.
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Facebook Inc saying on Thursday that it would no longer (A)/ dispatch employees to a offices of political campaigns (B)/ to offer support ahead to elections, (C)/ as it did with the U.S. President Donald Trump (D)/ in the 2016 race.

Question 3

Direction: In the given question, a sentence is divided into five parts out of which the last part is given bold and correct. Out of the remaining four, there are errors in three parts. Choose the part which doesn’t have an error. If all the four parts are correct, mark E, i.e., "All are correct" as the answer.
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Where a grainy video of standup comedian Hannibal (A)/ Buress make a joke about Bill Cosby’s rape (B)/ allegations on a October night in 2014 went viral, (C)/ the rallying cry of #MeToo (D)/ was years away.

Question 4

Direction: In the given question, a sentence is divided into five parts out of which the last part is correct. Out of the remaining four, there are errors in three parts. Choose the part which doesn’t have an error. If all the four parts are correct, mark E i.e. 'All are correct' as the answer.
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A scintillating new paper presented from Adair Turner (A)/ of the Institute of New Economic Thinking suggest that (B)/ rather than presenting a puzzle, the combination of technological innovation (C)/ and low measure productivity growth (D)/ is exactly what we should expect. 

Question 5

Direction: In the given question, a sentence is divided into five parts out of which the last part is correct. Out of the remaining four, there are errors in three parts. Choose the part which doesn’t have an error. If all the four parts are correct, mark E i.e. All are correct as the answer.
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Accompanied by the facts that (A)/ the history of an Indian private sector’s policy demands from government (B)/ is chequered to short – termism, and that (C)/ policy research on the exigencies of the new economy still being (D)/ in its infancy, the government has its task cut out.

Question 6

Direction: Find the appropriate relation for quantity1 and quantity2 in the following question:
Quantity 1: Number of hours in which A, B and C can complete the work if A, B and C alone can finish it in 25, 20 and 15 hours respectively.
Quantity 2: Number of hours in which B can finish the work if A working alone finishes it in 20 hours while working together they finish it in 5 hours.

Question 7

Directions: Find the appropriate relation for quantity 1 and quantity 2 in the following question:
Quantity 1 – Total Interest: The compound interest on Rs. 12500 at 12% per annum for 1 year, compounded half-yearly.
Quantity 2 – Total Interest: A sum of money becomes 15000 in 5 years at 10% simple interest per annum.

Question 8

Direction: Given below are two quantities named I and II. Based on the given information, you have to determine the relation between the two quantities. You should use the given data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose among the possible answers.
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Quantity I: In an examination, Ankita scored 35 marks less than Puneeta. Puneeta scored 65 more marks than Meenakshi. Rakhi scored 115 marks, which is 20 marks more than Meenakshi's. Simpy scored 108 marks less than the maximum marks of the test. The percentage of marks Simpy scored in the examination, if she got 67 marks more than Ankita. 

Quantity II:
The length of a rectangle is increased by 80%. The percentage by which, the width has to be decreased to maintain the same area.

Question 9

Direction: Given below are two quantities named I and II. Based on the given information, you have to determine the relation between the two quantities. You should use the given data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose among the possible answers.
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A driver has a few boxes in his van which he has to unload at certain shops. He also has to load a few boxes from certain shops.   

Quantity I:
At the first stop of his route, a driver unloaded three-seventh of the boxes in his van. After he unloaded another three boxes at his next shop, one-seventh of the original number of boxes in the van remained. Boxes in the van before first delivery.
 

Quantity II:
At the first shop of his route, a driver unloaded half the boxes in his van. After loading one box at his next shop, two- third of the boxes were left. Boxes in the van before first delivery.

Question 10

Directions: Find the appropriate relation for quantity 1 and quantity 2 in the following question:

An artificial kund is filled by three pipes with uniform flow. The first two pipes operating simultaneously fill the kund at the same time during which the kund is filled by the third pipe alone. The second pipe fills the kund 5 hours faster than the first pipe and 4 hours slower than the third pipe.

Quantity 1: The time required by the first pipe?
Quantity 2: Time taken by all three pipes to fill  the Kund simultaneously

Question 11

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

Six friends D, E, F, G, H and I belong to different cities of India viz—Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Indore and Goa, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them like different fruits viz—Banana, Apple, Papaya, Orange, Grapes and Mango. They use different company’s car viz— BMW, Audi and Jaguar, but not necessarily in the same order. At least two persons use the same company’s car. The one who belongs to Indore uses Jaguar.
I uses the car of Jaguar and like Apple, but he belongs to neither Delhi nor Chennai. The one who belongs to Jaipur uses the car of BMW. E uses the same company’s car as the person who like Banana but he doesn’t belong to Mumbai. The one who belongs to Delhi uses the car of BMW. G belongs to Indore and he doesn’t like Papaya or Mango. The one who belongs to Mumbai, Uses the car of Audi. H belongs to Jaipur and like orange, but he does not use same company’s car as F. D does not like Grapes or Mango. The one who uses Jaguar, belongs to neither Jaipur nor Chennai. The one who likes Papaya and the one who likes orange use the same company’s car.
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Who among the following belongs to Mumbai?

Question 12

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

Six friends D, E, F, G, H and I belong to different cities of India viz—Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Indore and Goa, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them like different fruits viz—Banana, Apple, Papaya, Orange, Grapes and Mango. They use different company’s car viz— BMW, Audi and Jaguar, but not necessarily in the same order. At least two persons use the same company’s car. The one who belongs to Indore uses Jaguar.
I uses the car of Jaguar and like Apple, but he belongs to neither Delhi nor Chennai. The one who belongs to Jaipur uses the car of BMW. E uses the same company’s car as the person who like Banana but he doesn’t belong to Mumbai. The one who belongs to Delhi uses the car of BMW. G belongs to Indore and he doesn’t like Papaya or Mango. The one who belongs to Mumbai, Uses the car of Audi. H belongs to Jaipur and like orange, but he does not use same company’s car as F. D does not like Grapes or Mango. The one who uses Jaguar, belongs to neither Jaipur nor Chennai. The one who likes Papaya and the one who likes orange use the same company’s car.
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H uses which of the following company’s Car?

Question 13

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

Six friends D, E, F, G, H and I belong to different cities of India viz—Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Indore and Goa, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them like different fruits viz—Banana, Apple, Papaya, Orange, Grapes and Mango. They use different company’s car viz— BMW, Audi and Jaguar, but not necessarily in the same order. At least two persons use the same company’s car. The one who belongs to Indore uses Jaguar.
I uses the car of Jaguar and like Apple, but he belongs to neither Delhi nor Chennai. The one who belongs to Jaipur uses the car of BMW. E uses the same company’s car as the person who like Banana but he doesn’t belong to Mumbai. The one who belongs to Delhi uses the car of BMW. G belongs to Indore and he doesn’t like Papaya or Mango. The one who belongs to Mumbai, Uses the car of Audi. H belongs to Jaipur and like orange, but he does not use same company’s car as F. D does not like Grapes or Mango. The one who uses Jaguar, belongs to neither Jaipur nor Chennai. The one who likes Papaya and the one who likes orange use the same company’s car.
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Who among the following like Mango?

Question 14

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

Six friends D, E, F, G, H and I belong to different cities of India viz—Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Indore and Goa, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them like different fruits viz—Banana, Apple, Papaya, Orange, Grapes and Mango. They use different company’s car viz— BMW, Audi and Jaguar, but not necessarily in the same order. At least two persons use the same company’s car. The one who belongs to Indore uses Jaguar.
I uses the car of Jaguar and like Apple, but he belongs to neither Delhi nor Chennai. The one who belongs to Jaipur uses the car of BMW. E uses the same company’s car as the person who like Banana but he doesn’t belong to Mumbai. The one who belongs to Delhi uses the car of BMW. G belongs to Indore and he doesn’t like Papaya or Mango. The one who belongs to Mumbai, Uses the car of Audi. H belongs to Jaipur and like orange, but he does not use same company’s car as F. D does not like Grapes or Mango. The one who uses Jaguar, belongs to neither Jaipur nor Chennai. The one who likes Papaya and the one who likes orange use the same company’s car.
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Who among the following belongs to Goa?

Question 15

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

Six friends D, E, F, G, H and I belong to different cities of India viz—Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Indore and Goa, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them like different fruits viz—Banana, Apple, Papaya, Orange, Grapes and Mango. They use different company’s car viz— BMW, Audi and Jaguar, but not necessarily in the same order. At least two persons use the same company’s car. The one who belongs to Indore uses Jaguar.
I uses the car of Jaguar and like Apple, but he belongs to neither Delhi nor Chennai. The one who belongs to Jaipur uses the car of BMW. E uses the same company’s car as the person who like Banana but he doesn’t belong to Mumbai. The one who belongs to Delhi uses the car of BMW. G belongs to Indore and he doesn’t like Papaya or Mango. The one who belongs to Mumbai, Uses the car of Audi. H belongs to Jaipur and like orange, but he does not use same company’s car as F. D does not like Grapes or Mango. The one who uses Jaguar, belongs to neither Jaipur nor Chennai. The one who likes Papaya and the one who likes orange use the same company’s car.
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Which of the following combinations is true?
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