**Q 1)**

What is the difference between money he spent on education and medical purposes?

A) Rs 360

B) Rs 260

C) Rs 160

D) Rs 60

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 2)**

15% of 45% of a number is 105.3. What is 24% of that number ?

A) 385.5

B) 374.4

C) 390

D) 375

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 3)**

From school Saraswati Vidya Mandir, out of the students participated in Kabaddi, 40% got selected for state level competition, out of which 25% further got selected for National level competition. From school Little Flower Public School, out of the students playing Kabaddi, 45% got selected for state level competition, out of which two-third for the got selected for National level competition. What is the total number of students participated in Kabaddi from these two schools who got selected for national level competition?

A) 106

B) 98

C) 112

D) 108

E) 96

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 4)**

What is the ratio of marks obtained by A and E in Physics?

A) 3 : 4

B) 5 : 3

C) 4 : 5

D) 6 : 5

E) 5 : 6

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 5)**

What is the area of a circle whose radius is equal to the side of a square whose perimeter is 112 meters ?

A) 176 sq m

B) 2504 sq m

C) 284 sq m

D) 1956 sq m

E) 2464 sq m.

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 6)**

A person sells his table at a profit of 12½% and the chair at a loss of 8⅓% but on the whole he gains Rs. 25. On the other hand if he sells the table at a loss of 8⅓% and the chair at a profit of 12½% then he nether gains nor loses. Find the cost price of the table and the chair.

A) Rs. 360, Rs. 240

B) Rs. 380, 260

C) Rs. 400, Rs. 420

D) Rs. 360, 410

E) none of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 7)**

How many students got red and green marbles but not black?

A) 15

B) 20

C) 25

D) 30

E) 35

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 8)**

200-metre train crosses a platform double its length in 36seconds. What is the speed of the train in km/hr?

A) 60

B) 48

C) 64

D) 66

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 9)**

If the quantities sold of Grapes and Mangoes are interchanged, What will be the difference between the total price of Grapes and Mangoes sold ,then and now ?

A) 2800

B) 2400

C) 2200

D) 2450

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 10)**

A)

B)

C)

D)

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 11)**

What is the difference between the male viewers of Zee TV whose age is above 30 years and female viewers of same channel whose age is below 30 years?

A) 1.2 crores

B) 1 crore

C) 0.8 crore

D) 0.6 crore

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 12)**

What is the approximate percentage of girls who have participated in solo song out of the total participants?

A) 11%

B) 15%

C) 6%

D) 20%

E) 18%

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 13)**

A man covers a distance by car. How many kilometer does he cover?

**I.** Had he moved 10 kmph faster, he would have taken one hour less.

**II**. Had he moved 8 kmph slower, he would have taken one hour more.

A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

E) 5

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 14)**

What is the area of rectangle?

**I. **Perimeter is 20 meter.

**II**. Sum of two adjacent sides is 10 meters.

A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

E) 5

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 15)**

8 31 122 485 1936 7739 ?

A) 30950

B) 46430

C) 34650

D) 42850

E) 3854

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 16)**

**Directions (61-65):** What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?

1015, 508, 255, 129, 66.5, ?, 20.875

A) 34.50

B) 35

C) 35.50

D) 35.75

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 17)**

What is difference between total male and female mobile users?

A) 2.136 crores

B) 1.296 crores

C) 0.854 crore

D) 1.46 crores

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 18)**

500 + 499 + 49 + 9 =?

A) 1050

B) 1100

C) 1057

D) 1257

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 19)**

What value will be obtained if the square of 22 is subtracted from the cube of 12?

A) 1244

B) 1344

C) 1454

D) 1354

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 20)**

Find the difference between average money spent on ‘Others’ in 2 years to average money spent on ‘Children education’ and ‘EMI’ together in 2 years.

A) 2441$

B) 2234$

C) 2245$

D) 2231$

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 21)**

What is the ratio of total number of executives recruited by organization U in the years 2007 and 2009 together to the total number of executives recruited by organization P in the same years?

A) 436:517

B) 499:522

C) 517:436

D) 522:499

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 22)**

In how many different ways can the letters of the word 'BANKING' be arranged?

A) 5040

B) 2540

C) 5080

D) 2520

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 23)**

The family gets a discount on furniture and pays 12% less than the estimated cost on furniture. What is the amount spent on furniture?

A) Rs. 13,200

B) Rs. 14,526

C) Rs. 13,526

D) Rs. 13,728

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 24)**

In which year there was the highest increase over the preceding year in the amount at money spend on food?

A) 2001

B) 2002

C) 2003

D) 2004

E) 2005

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 25)**

What is the least number to be subtracted from 945 to make it a perfect square?

A) 16

B) 30

C) 24

D) 45

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 26)**

(3080 + 6160) / 28 = ?

A) 350

B) 360

C) 340

D) 320

E) 330

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 27)**

What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?

1324 1721 2190 2737 3368 ?

A) 3986

B) 4089

C) 4136

D) 4290

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 28)**

In how many more ways can the letters of the word “NISHANT” be rearranged excluding the word “NISHANT?

A) 5040

B) 5039

C) 2519

D) 2520

E) 1260

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 29)**

If the import of Company B is 60 lakhs in 1998, then what is the export of Company A in the same year?

A) 30 lakhs

B) 45 lakhs

C) 60 lakhs

D) 90 lakhs

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 30)**

Other than getting the discount of 12% on the estimated cost of furniture and the actual miscellaneous expenditure being Rs. 10,200 instead of the estimated one, the family's estimated cost is correct. What is the total amount spent by the family in renovating the house?

A) Rs. 1,16,728

B) Rs. 1,15,926

C) Rs. 1,19,500

D) Rs. 1,16,500

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 31)**

A) 200

B) 250

C) 300

D) 225

E) 325

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 32)**

17 18 26 53 117 ? 458

A) 342

B) 142

C) 257

D) 262

E) 242

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 33)**

The number of female students of Maharashtra is what percentage of number of male students of Bihar?

A) 72 ½%

B) 77 7⁄9 %

C) 83 4⁄9 %

D) 87 3⁄4 %

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 34)**

If 15 man can do a piece of work in 27 days and 15 woman can do the same work in 36 days in how many days can 9 man and 6 women can complete the whole work.

A) 27 days

B) 35 days

C) 30 days

D) 32 days

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 35)**

A) 2363

B) 2463

C) 2393

D) 2286

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 36)**

A shopkeeper give 12% additional discount on the discounted price, after giving an initial discount of 20% on the labelled price of a radio. If the final sale price of the radio is Rs.704, then what is its labelled price?

A) Rs. 1000

B) Rs. 1200

C) Rs. 900

D) Rs. 1100

E) Rs. 800

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 37)**

A train travelling 25 km an hour leaves Delhi at 9 a.m. and another train travelling 35 km an hour starts at 2 p.m. in the same direction. How many km from Delhi will they be together?

A) 437 ½ km

B) 436 ½ km

C) 435 ½ km

D) 434 ½ km

E) 435 km

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 38)**

**Directions(Q.71-75); **Given below are 3 statements with each question, you have to decide that which of the following statement/statements are necessary to answer the question.

**Q- **What is the cost price of the book?

A. After allowing a discount of 18% on printed price shopkeeper charges Rs 516.60 for it.

B. If he had not allowed any discount, he would have a profit of 25%.

C. If he had allowed only 10% discount on printed price then he would have 12.5% profit.

A) Any two of them

B) A and Either B or C

C) Any one of them

D) All together is required

E) A and either B or C

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 39)**

The number obtained by interchanging the two digits of a two digit number is lesser than the original number by 54. If the sum of the two digits of number is 12, then what is the original number ?

A) 28

B) 39

C) 82

D) 89

E) 93

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 40)**

The ratio of present ages of Anju and Sandhya is 13: Four years ago the ratio of their ages was 11:15. What will be the ratio of their ages six years hence?

A) 3:4

B) 7:8

C) 5:4

D) 6:5

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 41)**

0.0004 ÷ 0.0001 × 36.000009 = ?

A) 0.10

B) 1.45

C) 145

D) 14.5

E) 145.0

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 42)**

620 632 608 644 596 ?

A) 536

B) 556

C) 656

D) 646

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 43)**

In which of the following years was the profit earned by all three companies together the highest?

A) 2004

B) 2007

C) 2008

D) 2009

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 44)**

What was the approximate percentage increase in the profit earned by Company A from 2006 to 2007?

A) 36

B) 24

C) 40

D) 20

E) 54

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 45)**

**I.**5x+2y= 31

**II.** 3x +7y= 36

A) (1)

B) (2)

C) (3)

D) (4)

E) (5)

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 46)**

3 x ? + 30 = 0

A) - 15

B) 15

C) 10

D) - 30

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 47)**

**Directions (Q. 51-55)**: Given below is the information regarding the number of children in 5 different societies. Study the information carefully and answer the following questions:

The ratio of male children to female children in society A is 2 : 3, while the difference between them is 45. The total number of children in society A is 30% of the total population of this society. In society B there are 65 female children which is 26% of the total children of society B and 8(1/8)% of the total population of this society. The total number of children in society C is 325 out of which 8/13 are male. The female children in society C is 12½% of the total population of this society.

In society D, total number of children is 40% of the total population. Male children in this society ware 66⅔% of the female children in this society. Total children in society D are 370.

Total population of society A,B,C,D and E together is 4000. Total children in society E is 56% of the population of this society while the difference between number of male children and female children in this society is 66. (male children are more than female children in society E)

**Q- **What is the ratio between number of female children in society A to the male children in society E ?

A) 1 : 2

B) 2 : 3

C) 3 : 4

D) 4 : 5

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 48)**

A retailer gives the discount on books of 10% on marked price and take profit 12%. What is the ratio of book’s cost price and marked price?

A) 56 : 45

B) 45 : 65

C) 45 : 56

D) 44 : 45

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 49)**

What is the total number of candidates who have worked in Private Sector Banks in urban areas?

A) 1,800

B) 2,250

C) 4,050

D) 3,600

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 50)**

What percentage of A’s salary is B’s salary?

**I.** A’s salary is 50% of C’s salary?

**II**. B’s salary is 40% of C’s salary?

A) (1)

B) (2)

C) (3)

D) (4)

E) (5)

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 51)**

In how many different ways can the letters of the word 'GROUND' be arranged?

A) 360

B) 720

C) 120

D) 500

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 52)**

12, 14, 17, 22, 29, 40, 53, ?

A) 70

B) 72

C) 68

D) 66

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 53)**

An amount of money grows up to Rs 3840 in 2 years and up to Rs 4800 in 3 years on compound interest. What is the amount?

A) Rs 2420

B) Rs 2457.6

C) Rs 2650.5

D) Rs 2800

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 54)**

From a pack of 52 cards, two cards are drawn together at random. What is the probability of both the cards being kings?

A) 1/15

B) 5/221

C) 35/256

D) 2/52

E) 1/221

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 55)**

The stream of a boat when travelling downstream is 32 km/hr, whereas when travelling upstream it is 28km/hr. what is the speed of boat in still water?

A) 27km/hr

B) 29km/hr

C) 31km/hr

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 57)**

If population of City D in 1990 is 40 lakhs, what is its population in 2010?

A) 91 lakhs

B) 75 lakhs

C) 60 lakhs

D) 68 lakhs

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 58)**

A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

E) 5

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 59)**

What is the rate of simple interest if the value of the principle amount increases by 60% in 4 years?

A) 20 %

B) 15 %

C) 10%

D) 40 %

E) 11%

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 60)**

Reena got 76 marks in Hindi, 48 marks in Science, 84 marks in Maths, 38 marks in Social Science and 72 marks in English. The maximum marks of each subject are 100. How much overall percentage of marks did she get?

A) 63.8

B) 62.6

C) 63.6

D) 64.8

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 61)**

The ages of A and B are presently in the ratio of 5 : 6. Six years hence this ratio will become 6 : 7. what was B's age 5 years ago?

A) 25 years

B) 30 years

C) 36 years

D) 31 years

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 62)**

What is the percentage of students who scored more than or equal to 275 in all subjects?

A) 20%

B) 40%

C) 60%

D) 80%

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 63)**

Inside a square plot, a circular garden is developed which exactly fit in the square plot and the diameter of the garden is equal to the side of the square plot which is equal to 28 metres. What is the area of the space left out in the square plot after developing the garden in metre square?

A) 98

B) 146

C) 84

D) 168

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 64)**

If pass marks is 50% then what per cent of student passed in both Maths and English?

A) 80%

B) 60%

C) 40%

D) 20%

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 65)**

A rectangular field is to be fenced on three sides leaving a side of 20 feet uncovered. If the area of the field is 680 sq.ft, how many feet of fencing will be required?

A) 90 feet

B) 85 feet

C) 88 feet

D) 84 feet

E) 82 feet

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 66)**

522 1235 2661 4800 7652 11217 ?

A) 15495

B) 16208

C) 14782

D) 16921

E) 14069

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 67)**

Two trains travel in opposite directions at 36 kmph and 45 kmph and a man sitting in slower train passes the faster train in 8 seconds. The length of the faster train is

A) 100 m

B) 150m

C) 180 m

D) 190 m

E) 200 m

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 68)**

Approximately what was the total number of candidates selected from Commerce and Agriculture discipline together?

A) 1700

B) 1800

C) 2217

D) 1996

E) 1550

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 69)**

What is the overall percentage obtained by D in History and Geography Together?

A) 73.40

B) 72.80

C) 70.50

D) 68.80

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 70)**

Approximately what was the total number of candidates selected from Commerce and Agriculture discipline together?

A) 1700

B) 1800

C) 2217

D) 1996

E) 1550

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 71)**

If 15625 = (x²)³, then x = ?

A) 3

B) 4

C) 5

D) 7

E) 9

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 72)**

In which year the man spent highest amount on food?

A) 2001

B) 2002

C) 2003

D) 2004

E) 2005

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 73)**

In an examination a minimum marks is to be scored in each of the 8 subjects for passing. In how many ways a student can fail?

A) 127

B) 63

C) 255

D) 256

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 74)**

During which year the percentage increase in production was lowest as compared to previous year?

A) 2001–2002

B) 2002–2003

C) 2004–2005

D) 2005–2006

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 75)**

** **96 107 129 162 206 ?

A) 251

B) 255

C) 261

D) 264

E) 269

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 76)**

What is the number of students who like at least two drinks?

A) 232

B) 234

C) 236

D) 238

E) 240

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 77)**

**I.** 3x²+8x+4=0

**II.** 4y²-19y+12=0

A) (1)

B) (2)

C) (3)

D) (4)

E) (5)

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 78)**

What is the difference between the sum of the numbers which are exclusively in Set A and the sum of numbers which are exclusively in Set B?

A) 78

B) 72

C) 120

D) 126

E) 6

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 79)**

a) The length of their queues

b) The type of processes they schedule

c) The frequency of their execution

d) None of these

A) A

B) B

C) C

D) D

E) E

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : C

Explanation :

**Q 80)**

Ram sells a car to Mohan at a profit of 16% and Mohan sells it to Shyam at a profit of 25%. How much profit % Ram would have got if he had sold the car directly to Shyam at the price Shyam bought it?

A) 41%

B) 42%

C) 45%

D) 50

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 81)**

The family gets a discount on furniture and pays 12% less than the estimated cost on furniture. What is the amount spent on furniture?

A) Rs. 13,200

B) Rs. 14,526

C) Rs. 13,526

D) Rs.13,728

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 82)**

** **What would be the cost of building a fence around a square plot with area 462.25 sq. ft. at the rate of Rupees 34 per foot ?

A) Rs. 2,924

B) Rs. 2,682

C) Rs. 2,846

D) Cannot be determine

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 83)**

Total saving in five months (in thousands) is

A) 41

B) 37

C) 34

D) 32

E) 29

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 84)**

**I**. x –✔121 = 0 II . y² – 121 = 0

A) 1)

B) 2)

C) 3)

D) 4)

E) 5)

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 85)**

What is the difference between the total number of employees in IT and that in Operations Department?

A) 75

B) 150

C) 100

D) 50

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 86)**

The speed of two trains are in the ratio of 6 : 5. They are running in opposite direction on parallel tracks. If each takes 2 seconds to cross a pole, then how much time they will take to cross each other?

A) 2 seconds

B) 3 seconds

C) 4 seconds

D) 6 seconds

E) 5 seconds

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 87)**

In a lottery, there are 10 prizes and 25 blanks. A lottery is drawn at random. What is the probability of getting a prize?

A) 1/10

B) 2/5

C) 5/7

D) 2/7

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 88)**

5223 ÷ 36 × 0.93 = ?

A) 135

B) 125

C) 145

D) 155

E) 115

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 89)**

If 1/3 of the faculties who teach G.A. are female, then number of male G. A faculties is what percent of total faculties of maths ?

A) 24%

B) 90.84%

C) 67.2%

D) 41.67%

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 90)**

Two trains A and B are running on parallel tracks in the same direction. Train A which is coming from behind takes 50 seconds to cross B completely. One person in train A observes that he crosses train B in 30 seconds. If the speed of the train A and train B is in the ratio of 2 : 1, what is the ratio of their lengths?

A) 1 : 2

B) 2 : 3

C) 4 : 3

D) 5 : 3

E) 5 : 4

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 91)**

8 men and 4 women together can complete a piece of work in 6 days. Work done by a man in one day is double the work done by a woman in one day. If 8 men and 4 women started working and after 2 dfays, 4 men left and 4 new women joined in how many more days will the work be completed?

A) 5 days

B) 8 days

C) 6 days

D) 4 days

E) 9 days

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 92)**

In which year there was the highest increase over the preceding year in the amount at money spend on food?

A) 2001

B) 2002

C) 2003

D) 2004

E) 2005

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 93)**

The total marks obtained by a student in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics together are 120 more than the marks obtained by him in Chemistry. What are the average marks obtained by him in Physics and Mathematics?

A) 60

B) 120

C) 40

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 94)**

7 7 14 42 168 ? 5040

A) 672

B) 850

C) 740

D) 800

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : e

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 95)**

What will be the average of the following set of scores?

68, 79, 56, 90, 43, 52, 54, 26, 49, 87

A) 65.4

B) 60.4

C) 43.3

D) 57.3

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : b

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 96)**

What is the difference between the total sim sold by the two companies in the given years ?

A) 19000

B) 22000

C) 26000

D) 28000

E) 23000

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 97)**

Rashmi and Rakhi were partners in a business. Rashmi contributed 2/3rd of the capital for 20 months and Rakhi received 3/5th of the total profit. What was the time duration of Rakhi’s investment in the business?

A) 50 months

B) 40 months

C) 60 months

D) 25 months

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : c

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 98)**

In how many different ways can the letters of the word 'PRAISE' be arranged?

A) 720

B) 610

C) 360

D) 210

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : a

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 99)**

In how many years the CI on Rs. 20000 at 5% per annum will be 3152.5?

A) 1

B) 4

C) 2

D) 3

E) None of these

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation

**Q 100)**

**I.** x² – (16)² = (23)² – 56

**II.** – 55 + 376 = (18)²

A) x > y

B) x ≥y

C) x < y

D) x ≤y

E) x = y or the relationship cannot be established

**Answer and Explanation**

Answer : d

Explanation : no explanation