WBCS Exam Main Compulsory Question Paper VI - 2015 [ Arithmetic and Test of Reasoning ]

1. Five bells tolled together and since then they began to toll at intervals [tex]3{1 \over 3}[/tex], [tex]2{2 \over 5}[/tex], [tex]2{2 \over 7}[/tex], [tex]2{2 \over 9}[/tex] and [tex]2{1 \over 2}[/tex] sees. They will again toll together after

(A) 3 minutes **(B) 4 minutes** (C) 5 minutes (D) 6 minutes

2. Two pipes can fill a cistern in 20 minutes and 30 minutes respectively. Both pipes being opened, time when the first pipe must be turned off so that cistern may be filled in 10 minutes more will be

**(A) 8 minutes** (B) 9 minutes (C) 10 minutes (D) 12 minutes

3. B starts from the same place 3 hours after A who runs 4 km. an hour. If B runs [tex]5{1 \over 2}[/tex] km. an hour distance at which B will overtake A will be

(A) 40 Km. **(B) 44 Km.** (C) 48 Km. (D) 52 Km.

4. The boys of a school can be arranged in 15, 18 or 24 equal rows and also into a perfect square. The least number of boys in the school is

(A) 900 (B) 1600 (C) 2500 **(D) 3600**

5. In an examination full marks is 1000 - A gets 20% more marks than B and B gets 25% more marks than C. If C gets 500 marks, percentage of marks that A gets is

(A) 50% (B) 60% **(C) 75%** (D) 80%

6. No of Zeros in the product of natural numbers from 1 to 10 will be

(A) 4 (B) 3 **(C) 2** (D) 1

7. A Seller sold an article with 20% loss. If he sold the article with Rs. 200 more he would have a profit of 5%. Cost price of the article was

(A) Rs.600 **(B) Rs. 800** (C) Rs. 1000 (D) Rs. 1200

8. A can do a work in 24 days. If B's efficiency is 60% more than A, B can do the whole work in

(A) 12 Days **(B) 15 Days** (C) 18 Days (D) 20 Days

9. Speeds of a motorbike and a scooter are in the ratio 7 : 4. If the motor bike takes 4 hours to go 140 km., time taken by the scooter to go 60 km. is

(A) 2hrs. (B) [tex]2{1 \over 2}[/tex] hrs. **(C) 3 hrs.** (D) [tex]3{1 \over 2}[/tex] hrs.

10. One dozen of bananas were available in a particular price. At present only 10 bananas are available in that price. Increase in price is

**(A) 20%** (B) 15% (C) 10% (D) 5%

11. A, B, C can do a piece of work in 20, 30 and 60 days respectively. If A is assisted by B and C on every third day the work will be finished in

(A) 10 days **(B) 15 days** (C) 18 days (D) 20 days

12. Price of a new machine is Rs. 36,000. If its price is reduced by 10% every year, after two years price of the machine will be

(A) Rs. 22,450 (B) Rs. 25,640 (C) Rs. 28,760 **(D) Rs. 29,160**

13. A some of money amounts double in 12 years 6 months. It will amount thrice in

(A) 18 years (B) 20 years **(C) 25 years** (D) 27 years

14. In examination 65% passed in Bengali, 55% passed in Mathematics and 40% passed in both subjects. If 40 examinees failed in both subjects number of examinees was

(A) 160 **(B) 200** (C) 240 (D) 280

15. Two trains start at the same instant, one from Kolkata to Modhupur and other from Modhupur to Kolkata. If they arrive Modhupur and Kolkata respectively 1 hr. and 4 hrs. after they pass each other, ratio of the speed of the two trains are

**(A) 2 : 1** (B) 3 : 2 (C) 4 : 1 (D) 4 : 3

16. A train can go from Burdwan to Howrah in 6 hours and another train can go from Howrah to Burdwan in 4 hours. Both of them start at 7 A.M. They will meet at

(A) 9-15 A.M. (B) 9-22 A.M. **(C) 9-24 A.M.** (D) 9-25 A.M.

17. A man spends in 4 months what he earns in 3 months. If his annual savings is Rs. 45,000 his monthly income is

**(A) Rs. 15,000** (B) Rs. 18,000 (C) Rs. 20,000 (D) Rs. 22,000

18. A man and a boy can do a piece of work in 36 days. If the man works alone for last 10 days, the work is completed in 40 days. The boy alone can do the whole work in

(A) 70 days (B) 80 days **(C) 90 days** (D) 100 days

19. An article was sold for Rs. 9,000 at a profit of 12.5%. Had it been sold for Rs. 7600 the result would be

(A) 4% profit (B) 4% loss (C) 5% profit **(D) 5% loss**

20. A and B enter into partnership with Rs. 30,000 and Rs. 50,000 respectively. After 6 months A puts Rs. 40,000 more but B withdraws Rs. 10,000. If the profit in one year is Rs. 6175 profit of A is

(A) Rs. 3000 (B) Rs. 3150 (C) Rs. 3200 **(D) Rs. 3250**

21. The ratio in which two types of tea one Rs. 300 per kg. and other Rs. 175 per kg. be mixed and sold for Rs. 250 per kg. to make a profit of 25% is

(A) 1 : 2 **(B) 1 : 4** (C) 2 : 3 (D) 2 : 5

22. When a stove is sold for Rs. 423 there is a loss of 6%. To make a profit of 8% sale price of the stove will be

(A) Rs. 482 (B) Rs. 484 **(C) Rs. 486** (D) Rs. 488

23. Purchasing 8 fruits in Rs. 6 if 6 fruits are sold in Rs. 8 profit will be

(A) [tex]67{4 \over 5}[/tex]% (B) [tex]69{5 \over 8}[/tex]% (C) [tex]72{3 \over 7}[/tex]% **(D)** [tex]77{7 \over 9}[/tex]%

24. If 12 men can do a work in 30 days working 9 hours a day then number of men who can do 10 times of the work in 24 days working 5 hours a day is

(A) 180 **(B) 270** (C) 330 (D) 360

25. A man divided Rs. 75,000 among his 4 sons and 3 daughters. So that each son got as much as three daughters together got. Each son got

(A) Rs. 7,500 (B) Rs. 10,000 (C) Rs. 12,500 **(D) Rs. 15,000**

26. The value of [tex]999{{995} \over {999}} \times 999[/tex] is

(A) 998988 (B) 998992 **(C) 998996** (D) 998998

27. Sum of [tex]1{3 \over 5}[/tex] and [tex]2{3 \over {10}}[/tex] is m times the difference between [tex]{3 \over 4}[/tex] and [tex]{1 \over {10}}[/tex]. The value of m is

**(A) 6** (B) 7 (C) 8 (D) 9

28. Simplest value of [tex]125{{11} \over {125}} - 25{7 \over {75}}[/tex] is

(A) [tex]100{4 \over {375}} [/tex] (B) [tex]100{2 \over {375}} [/tex] (C) [tex]99{{371} \over {375}} [/tex] **(D)** [tex]99{{373} \over {375}} [/tex]

29. The least number of five digits which is multiple of 319 is

(A) 10,111 **(B) 10,208** (C) 10,319 (D) 10,357

30. A man purchased an article. He then sold the article with Rs. 96 and made a profit. If the percentage of profit is as much as cost price, Cost price of the article is

**(A) Rs.60** (B) Rs. 50 (C) Rs. 40 (D) Rs. 30

31. A man drew Rs. 590 from a bank. He got 5 rupees notes and 10 rupees notes. Total number of notes was 70. Number of 10 rupees notes was

(A) 40 (B) 44 **(C) 48** (D) 52

32. If A : B = B : C = C : D = 2 : 3 then A : B : C : D is

(A) 6 : 9 : 12 : 18 **(B) 8 : 12 : 18 : 27** (C) 10 : 15 : 16 : 24 (D) 12 : 18 : 27 : 36

33. Greatest of [tex]{(0.2)^2}[/tex], [tex]{1 \over {100}}[/tex], [tex]{(0.01)^{{1 \over 2}}}[/tex], [tex]{(0.008)^{{1 \over 3}}}[/tex] is

(A) [tex]{(0.2)^2}[/tex] **(B)** [tex]{(0.008)^{{1 \over 3}}}[/tex] (C) [tex]{(0.01)^{{1 \over 2}}}[/tex] (D) [tex]{1 \over {100}}[/tex]

34. If the average of first 21 natural numbers is 11, average of first 20 natural numbers will be

(A) 9 (B) 9.5 (C) 10 **(D) 10.5**

35. In an examination pass mark is 30%. A student gets 240 marks and comes to know that he would have been passed if he got 30 marks more. Full marks in the examination was

(A) 600 (B) 800 **(C) 900** (D) 100

36. If the ratio of principal and amount after 5 years be 4 : 5, rate of interest per annum will be

(A) 4% **(B) 5%** (C) 6% (D) 8%

37. Out of 11 numbers average of first 6 numbers is 8.5 and the average of last six numbers is 6.5. If the average of 11 numbers is 8, the sixth number is

(A) 1 **(B) 2** (C) 3 (D) 4

38. Average of five consecutive Odd numbers is 15. The least number is

**(A) 11** (B) 13 (C) 15 (D) 17

39. Sum of money which amounts Rs. 13,310 for 3 years at the rate of 10% compound interest is

(A) Rs. 9,000 (B) Rs. 9,500 **(C) Rs. 10,000** (D) Rs. 10,500

40. In a mixture ratio of first and second liquid is 2 : 3 and in another mixture ratio of those two liquids is 5 : 4. Ratio in which the two mixtures be mixed so that quantity of two liquids in the new mixture be equal is

(A) 2 : 5 (B) 3 : 7 **(C) 5 : 9** (D) 9 : 11

41. A man worked for 4 days, a woman for 6 days and a boy for 5 days to finish a certain work and they received altogether Rs. 660 as their wages. If their daily work be in the proportion [tex]{1 \over 3}:{1 \over 4}:{1 \over 6}[/tex] wages received by the boy was

(A) Rs. 100 (B) Rs. 120 (C) Rs. 135 **(D) Rs. 150**

42. A starts a business at the beginning of the year with a capital Rs. 9,000. After 3 months B Joined the business with a capital Rs. 12,000. If the profit at the end of 2 years be Rs. 9620 difference between the profit of A and B is

**(A) Rs. 740** (B) RS.750 (C) Rs. 760 (D) Rs. 770

43. A clock takes 3 seconds to strike the hour of 3 O'clock. To strike 9 O'clock it will take

(A) 3 secs (B) 6 secs (C) 9 secs **(D) 12 secs**

44. A cup contains 3 parts of milk and 1 part of water. Some part of the mixture is drawn off and water substituted so that the resulting mixture turned into half milk and half water. Part of the mixture drawn off was

(A) [tex]{1 \over 4}[/tex] **(B)** [tex]{1 \over 3}[/tex] (C) [tex]{1 \over 2}[/tex] (D) [tex]{2 \over 3}[/tex]

45. A car goes from A to B at a speed 36 Km/hr. and returns from B to A at a speed 45 Km/hr. Average speed of the car during the whole Journey is

(A) 40.5 km/hr. **(B) 40 km/hr** (C) 35 km/hr. (D) 30 km/hr.

46. Successive commissions of 20%, 10% and 5% on an article is equivalent to the Commission

(A) 31% **(B) 31.6%** (C) 32.5% (D) 35%

47. [tex]{{{ \frac {1}{2}} \over {{ \frac {1}{4}}}[/tex], [tex]{{{ \frac {2}{3}} \over {{\frac {2}{5}}}[/tex], [tex]{{{\frac{3}{4}} \over {{\frac{3}{5}}}[/tex], [tex]{{{\frac {4}{5}} \over {{\frac {4} {7}}}[/tex] is

(A) [tex]{{{\frac {2}{3}} \over {{\frac {2}{5}}}[/tex] (B) [tex]{{{\frac {4}{5}} \over {{\frac {4}{7}}}[/tex] **(C)** [tex]{{{\frac {3}{4}} \over {{\frac {3}{5}}}[/tex] (D) [tex]{{{\frac {1}{2}} \over {{\frac {1}{4}}}[/tex]

48. Arrange in descending order :

(A) 348 > 436 > 260 (B) 436 > 348 > 260 (C) 436 > 260 > 348 **(D) 348 > 260 > 436**

49. If A : B = [tex]{1 \over 2}:{1 \over 3}[/tex] and B : C = [tex]{1 \over 2}:{1 \over 3}[/tex], A+B : B+C is

**(A) 15 : 16** (B) 15 : 17 (C) 16 : 17 (D) 16 : 19

50. Rs. 2610 is divided among A, B and C such that 0.5 of A = 0.6 of B = 0.75 of C. C gets

(A) Rs. 1044 (B) Rs. 1000 (C) Rs. 870 **(D) Rs. 690**

51. Find the largest natural number which exactly divides the product of any 4 consecutive natural numbers

(A) 36 **(B) 24** (C) 48 (D) 32

52. [tex]{{\sqrt {0.01 + \sqrt {0.0064} } } \over {0.01 \times 0.3}}[/tex] = ?

(A) 1 (B) 10 (C) 1000 **(D) 100**

53. [tex]\sqrt {2 + \sqrt {2 + \sqrt {2 \ldots \ldots \infty }}}[/tex]

(A) [tex]\sqrt 2 [/tex] (B) [tex]2\sqrt 2 [/tex] **(C) 2** (D) [tex]2+\sqrt 2 [/tex]

54. (243)3/5 = ?

**(A) 27** (B) 8 (C) 64 (D) 125

55. If A's salary is 25% less than that of B, then how many per cent is B's salary more than that of A ?

(A) [tex] 44{1 \over 4}[/tex] % **(B)** [tex] 33{1 \over 3}[/tex] % (C) [tex] 22{1 \over 2}[/tex] % (D) [tex] 55{1 \over 5}[/tex] %

56. A train is moving with a speed of 180 km/hr. Its speed is

**(A) 50 m/Sec.** (B) 5 m/Sec (C) 30m/Sec. (D) 40m/Sec.

57. Ram and Shyam together can finish a job in 8 days. Ram can do the same job on his own in 12 days. How long will Shyam take to do the job by himself ?

(A) 16 days **(B) 24 days** (C) 20 days (D) 30 days

58. A circle and a square have the same area. The ratio of the side of the square and the radius of the circle is

(A) [tex]1:\sqrt \pi [/tex] (B) [tex] \pi : 1[/tex] (C) [tex]1: \pi [/tex] **(D)** [tex]\sqrt \pi : 1[/tex]

59. Three numbers are in the ratio 3 : 4 : 5. The sum of the largest and the smallest equals the sum of the third and 52. The smallest numbei is

(A) 20 (B) 27 (C) 39 **(D) 52**

60. If ab = 36, then which of the following is correct ?

**(A) a : 9 = 4 : b** (B) 9 : a = 4 : b (C) a : 18 = b : 3 (D) a : 6 = b : 6

61. A TV and a VCR together cost Rs. 35000. If TV is 1.5 times costlier than VCR, find the cost of VCR.

(A) Rs. 13000 **(B) Rs. 14000** (C) Rs. 15000 (D) Rs. 16000

62. 280 oranges are divided among 50 girls and boys so that each boy gets 5 oranges and each girl gets 7 oranges. How many girls are there ?

(A) 14 girls **(B) 15 girls** (C) 16 girls (D) 17 girls

63. If [tex] {4 \over 5}[/tex] of an estate be worth Rs. 16800, then what is the value of [tex] {3 \over 7}[/tex] of the estate ?

(A) Rs.6000 (C) Rs.8000 (B) Rs. 7000 **(D) Rs.9000**

64. 254 x ? x 8 = 95504

**(A) 47** (B) 49 (C) 51 (D) 53

65. The H.C.F. of three numbers is 12. If they are in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3, then the numbers are

(A) 6, 12, 18 (B) 10, 20, 30 **(C) 12, 24, 36** (D) 24, 48, 72

66. If two numbers are in the ratio 5 : 7 and their L.C.M. is 315, then their product is

(A) 2358 (B) 2385 (C) 2538 **(D) 2835**

67. The product of two Co-primes is 117. Their L.C.M. should be

(A) 1 **(B) 117** (C) equal to their H.C.F. (D) Cannot be calculated

68. The number (6n2 + 6n) for natural number n is always divisible by

(A) 6 only (B) 12 only **(C) 6 and 12** (D) 18 only

69. If three-fifths of 60% of a number is 36, the number is

**(A) 100** (B) 80 (C) 75 (D) 90

70. The sum and product of two numbers are 12 and 35 respectively. The sum of their reciprocals is

**(A)** [tex] {{12} \over {35}}[/tex] (B) [tex] {{1} \over {35}}[/tex] (C) [tex] {{35} \over {8}}[/tex] (D) [tex] {{7} \over {32}}[/tex]

71. A period of 4 hrs. 30 min. is what percent of a day ?

(A) 20% (B) [tex] 16{2 \over {3}}[/tex]% (C) 19% **(D)** [tex] 18{3 \over {4}}[/tex] **%**

72. What percent is 150 ml of 3.5 litres ?

(A) [tex] 3{2 \over 7}[/tex]% **(B) [tex] 4{2 \over 7}[/tex]%** (C) [tex] 5{2 \over 7}[/tex]% (D) [tex] 6{2 \over 7}[/tex]%

73. Ram's age after 15 years will be 5 times his age 5 years back. What is the present age of Ram ?

**(A) 10 years** (B) 5 years (C) 15 years (D) 20 years

74. X is 36 years old and Y is 16 years. In how many years will X be twice as old as Y ?

**(A) 4 years** (B) 3 years (C) 2 years (D) 1 year

75. Ajay is as much younger to Vijay as he is older to Tarun. If the total of the ages of Vijay and Tarun 48 years, how old is Ajay.

(A) 23 years (B) 21 years **(C) 24 years** (D) 18 years

76. A number is as much greater than 31 as is less than 55. The number is :

(A) 47 (B) 52 (C) 39 **(D) 43**

77. If the product of three consecutive integers is 120, then the sum of the integers is :

(A) 9 **(B) 15** (C) 12 (D) 14

78. If the product of two numbers is 5 and one of the numbers is 3/2, then the sum of the two numbers is

**(A)** [tex] 4{5 \over 6}[/tex] (B) [tex] 4{2 \over 3}[/tex] (C) [tex] 4{1 \over 3}[/tex] (D) [tex] 6{1 \over 2}[/tex]

79. The average of two numbers is xy. If one number is X, the other number is

(A) [tex] {y \over 2}[/tex] (B) y **(C) (2xy - x)** (D) x{y - 1)

80. The mean of five numbers is 18. If one number is excluded, their mean is 16. The excluded number is

(A) 25 **(B) 26** (C) 27 (D) 30

81. a, b, c, d, e are five consecutive odd numbers. Their average is

(A) 5(a + 4) (B) [tex] {{abcde} \over 5}[/tex] (C) 5(a+b+c+d+e) **(D) None of the above**

82. If 16a+16b = 48, What is the average of a and b ?

**(A) 1.5** (B) 2.5 (C) 3 (D) None of the above.

83. The smallest number of 4 digits, which is a perfect square, is

(A) 1000 (B) 1016 **(C) 1024** (D) 1036

84. The value of [tex]\sqrt {5 + \sqrt {11 + \sqrt {19 + \sqrt {29 + \sqrt {49} } } } } [/tex]

(A) 5 (B) 7 **(C) 3** (D) 9

85. The lenght of diagonal of a squire is 8 cm. The lenght of the side of the squire is

(A) 2.8 cm (B) 1.414 (C) 2 cm **(D) 5.64 cm**

86. [tex]\sqrt {\sqrt {2500} + \sqrt {961} } = {\left( ? \right)^2}[/tex]

(A) 81 **(B) 3** (C) 6561 (D) 9

87, [tex]{6 \over {50}} = {{\sqrt ? } \over {200}}[/tex]

(A) 81 **(B) 576** (C) 49 (D) 24

88. Akbar weighs 15 Kg more than Rahim. Their combined weight is 135 Kg. How much does Rahim weight ?

**(A) 60 Kg** (B) 75 Kg (C) 80Kg (D) None of the above

89. [tex]\left( {1 - {1 \over 2}} \right)\left( {1 - {1 \over 3}} \right)\left( {1 - {1 \over 4}} \right) \cdots \left( {1 - {1 \over n}} \right) = ?[/tex]

(A) [tex]\left( {{1 \over {n - 1}}} \right)[/tex] (B) [tex]\left( {{n \over {n - 1}}} \right)[/tex] **(C)** [tex]\left( {{1 \over n }} \right)[/tex] (D) None of the above

90. [tex]1 - \left[ {1 - \left\{ {1 - \left( {1 - \overline {1 - 1} } \right)} \right\}} \right] = ?[/tex]

(A) 1 **(B) 2** (C) 3 (D) 0

91. If [tex]{1 \over x}:{1 \over y}:{1 \over z} = 2:3:5[/tex], then x : y : z = ?

(A) 2 : 3 : 5 **(B) 15 : 10 : 6** (C) 5 : 3 : 2 (D) 6 : 10 : 15

92. If [tex]{x \over 5} = {y \over 8}[/tex] , then (x + 5) : (y + 8) = ?

(A) 3 : 5 (B) 13 : 8 (C) 8 : 5 **(D) 5 : 8**

93. If a : b = b : c, then a4 : b4 = ?

(A) b2 : ac **(B) a2 : c2 **(C) c2 : a2 (D) ac : b2

94. If a : b = c : d = e : f = 1 : 2, then (3a + 5c + 7e) : (3b + 5d +7f) = ?

**(A) 1 : 2** (B) 1 : 4 (C) 2 : 1 (D) 8 : 7

95. If A : B : C = 2 : 3 : 4, then

(A) 8 : 9 : 16 (B) 8 : 9 : 12 **(C) 8 : 9 : 24** (D) 4 : 9 : 16

96. Bananas are bought at 3 for Rs. 2 and sold at 2 for Rs. 3. Find the gain percent.

(A) 110% (B) 115% (C) 120% **(D) 125%**

97. If an article is sold at a gain of 5% instead of being sold at a loss of 5%, one gets Rs. 5 more. What is the cost price of the article ?

** (A) Rs. 50** (B) Rs. 110 (C) Rs. 105 (D) Rs. 100

98. A sold a watch to B at 20% gain and B sold it to C at a loss of 10%. If C bought the watch for Rs. 216, at what price did A purchase it ?

(A) Rs.216 **(B) Rs.200** (C) Rs.250 (D) Rs. 176

99. The price of petrol is increased by 25% . By how much percent a car owner should reduce his consumption of petrol so that the expenditure on petrol would not be increased ?

(A) 25% (B) 50% **(C) 20%** (D) 30%

100. In an examination, 65% of the total examinees passed. If the number of failures is 420, the total number of examinees is :

(A) 567 (B) 693 **(C) 1200** (D) 1000

101. Anuj started walking positioning his back towards the sun. After sometime, he turned left, then turned right and then towards the left again. In which direction is he going now ?

**(A) North or South** (B) East or West (C) North or West (D) South or West

102. One evening before sunset two friends Sumit and Mohit were talking to each other face to face. If Mohit's shadow was exactly to his right side, which direction was Sumit facing

(A) North **(B) South** (C) West (D) None of the above

103. One morning after sunrise, Vikram and Shailesh were standing in a lawn with their backs towards each other. Vikram's shadow fell exectly towards left hand side. Which direction was Shailesh facing ?

(A) East (B) West (C) North **(D) South**

104. One morning after sunrise, Reeta and Kavita were talking to each other face to face at Tilak Square. If Kavita's shadow was exactly to the right of Reeta, which direction Kavita was facing ?

**(A) North** (B) South (C) East (D) None of the above

105. One morning after sunrise, Gopal was standing facing a pole. The shadow of the pole fell exactly to his right. Which direction was he facing ?

**(A) South** (B) East (C) West (D) None of the above

106. A man is performing yoga with his head down and legs up. His face is towards the West. In which direction will his left hand be ?

**(A) North** (B) South (C) East (D) West

107. To arrive at the answers to the above questions, which of the following statements can be dispensed with ?

**(A) None** (B) (i) only (C) (ii) only (D) (iii) only

108. The flats of which of the other pairs than SU, are diagonally opposite to each other ?

**(A) QP** (B) QR (C) PT (D) None of the above

109. If the flats of T and P are interchanged, whose flat will be next to that of U ?

(A) P (B) Q **(C) R** (D) T

110. Whose flat is between Q and S ?

**(A) T** (B) U (C) R (D) P

111. Pradip goes on a picnic trip and meets a boy B. B is the son of C and C is sister of Pradip. How is Pradip related to B ?

**(A) maternal uncle** (B) nephew (C) uncle (D) brother

112. The missing alphabet in the series q ___ st qrs ___ qr ___ t is

(A) str **(B) its** (C) rst (D) srt

113. Identify the missing number in the series fe, gd, he, ib, —

**(A) ja** (B) aj (C) uv (D) vu

114. The missing alphabet in the series a ___ bycx is

(A) W (B) Y **(C) Z ** (D) U

115. If clouds is to black, black is to rain, rain is to pink, pink is to air, air is lavender, where do birds fly in ?

(A) Pink **(B) Levender** (C) Rain (D) Clouds

116. The missing alphabet in the series a ___ ab aca ___ ac ___ b is

**(A) cba** (B) bca (C) bac (D) cab

117. Propositions : Gunen is a teacher / Teacher are gentle

Conclusion : So Gunen is gentle

Options:

**(A) Inference is true** (B) Inference is false

(C) Inference is probably true (D) Inference is irrelevant

118. Propositions : All sweepers carry broom. / All brooms are long.

Conclusion : So all sweepers carry long brooms.

Options :

**(A) Inference is true ** (B) Inference is false

(C) Inference is probably true (D) Inference is neither true nor false

119. The number of triangles in the figure is

**(A) 9** (B) 8 (C) 10 (D) 6

120. Five boys are sitting in a row. Kalol is sitting between Piyush and Paresh, while Gogol is sitting between Roni and Piyush. Who is sitting at the extreme right of Gogol ?

(A) Paresh (B) Kalol (C) Piyush **(D) Roni**

121. In a joint family, there are father, mother, 3 married sons and one unmarried daughter. Of the sons, two have 2 daughters each, and one has a son. How many female are there in the family ?

(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 6 **(D) 9**

122. Statement: A teacher has important challenge

Conclusions :

**(A) to maintain discipline in the class.** (B) to make students do their homework

(C) to prepare question papers (D) to make teaching-learning process enjoyable

123. The negation of the following statement:- 'All dogs bark' is-

(A) There exists a dog which does not bark **(B) If there is a dog, then it does bark**

(C) It is necessary to have all dogs bark (D) Those are not dogs who bark

124. Statements : Sutapa is a dancer. Dancers are young ladies.

Conclusions:

(A) All young ladies are dancers (B) All dancers are young ladies

(C) Sutapa is not young and hence not a dancer **(D) Sutapa is a young lady dancer**

125. Statements : Nurses serve their patients

Conclusions:

(A) Those who serve their patients are nurses

(B) Women generally serve their patients

**(C) Some women who are nurses serve their patients**

** ** (D) Those who serve their patients are doctors

126. Statment is : Winter months are cold. December is a winter month.

Conclusions:

(I) December is cold (II) December may be cold.

Options :

**(A) Only I follows** (B) Only II follows (C) Both I and II follows (D) Neither I nor II follows

127. Propositions : I watch T.V. only if I feel lonely. I never feel lonely when I have my friend's company.

Conclusions:

(A) If I feel lonely, I seek my friend's company

(B) If never feel lonely, I watch T.V.

**(C) If I do not feel lonely, I do not watch T.V.**

(D) If I am not with my friend's company, then I watch T.V.

128. Which of the concIusion follows from the statement ?

Statements : Every library has books

Conclusions:

(A) Books are only in Library (B) Libraries are mean for books only

**(C) No Library is without books** (D) Some Libraries have books

129. Five boys are so standing that they form a circle. Rahim is between Ajoy and Tom. Solomon is to the left of Banku and Ajoy is to the left of Solomon. Who is the right of Rahim ?

**(A) Ajoy** (B) Banku (C) Tom (D) Solomon.

130. The number of rectangles in the figure is

(A) 10 (B) 8 **(C) 9** (D) 7

131. Which of the following combinations get South facing flats ?

(A) QTS (B) UPT **(C) URP** (D) None of the above

132. P is father of Q's son. M is the paternal uncle of P and N is the brother of Q. How N is related to M ?

(A) Brother (B) Nephew (C) Cousin **(D) None of these**

**Direction (107-110 and 131):**

Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it :

(I) Six flats on a floor in two rows facing North and South are allotted to P, Q, R, S, T and U.

(ii) Q gets a North facing flat and is not next to S

(iii) S and U get diagonally opposite flats.

(iv) R, next to U, get a South facing flat and T gets a North facing flat.

133. A is the uncle of B, who is the daughter of C and C is the daughter-in-law of P. How A is related to P ?

(A) Brother **(B) Son** (C) Son-in-law (D) None of the above

134. (i) F is the brother of A, (ii) C is the daughter of A, (iii) K is the sister of F, (iv) G is the brother of C

Who is the uncle of G ?

(A) A (B) C **(C) F** (D) K

135. B is the husband of P. Q is the only grandson of E, who is wife of D and mother-in-law of P. How is B related to D ?

(A) Nephew (B) Cousin **(C) Son-in-law** (D) Son

136. Deepak has a brother Anil, Deepak is the son of Prem. Bimal is Prem's father. In respect of relationship, what is Anil of Bimal ?

(A) Son **(B) Grandson** (C) Brother (D) Grand father

137. A and B are married couple. X and Y are brothers. X is the brother of A. How is Y to B ?

**(A) Brother-in-law** (B) Brother (C) Cousin (D) None of the above

138. A, B and C are sisters. D is the brother of E and E is tne daughter of B. How is A to D ?

(A) Sister (B) Cousin (C) Niece **(D) Aunt**

139. Given that -

1. A is the mother of B 2. C is the son of A 3. D is the brother of E 4. E is the daughter of B

The grandmother of D is -

**(A) A** (B) B (C) C (D) E

140. If X is brother of son of Y's son, then how is X related to Y ?

(A) Brother (B) Cousin **(C) Grandson** (D) Son

141. Five girls are sitting in a row, Ela is sitting between Alia and Camelia. Bijita is sitting between Camelia and Malini. Who is sitting in the middle ?

(A) Alia (B) Bijita **(C) Camelia** (D) Malini

142. P is the sister of Q. Q is the wife of R. R and S are brothers. What is P to R ?

**(A) Sister-in-law** (B) Nephew (C) Aunty (D) Mother

143. Zahid goes to a party hosted by his brother Aman. Aman has a daughter Saira. Saira is dancing with her brother Salman. What is Salman to Zahid ?

(A) Uncle **(B) Nephew** (C) Father (D) Brother-in-law

144. If Hockey : India, then Baseball : ?

**(A) Canada** (B) Mexico (C) England (D) America

145. If Kangaroo : Australia, then Eagle : ?

**(A) Belgium** (B) Denmark (C) Germany (D) France

146. Chhou : Bihu : Bhangra : ?

**(A) Gorba** (B) Kathakali (C) Bharatnatyam (D) Manipuri

147. Euro : Dollar : Yen : ?

(A) Paisa (B) Note **(C) Dinar** (D) Currency

148. Choose the odd pair

(A) Farmer-Field (B) Angle-Radian **(C) Rocket-Fuel** (D) Book-Copy

149. Choose the odd pair

(A) Doctors-Epidemics (B) Reformers-Social Evils (C) Teachers-Education **(D) Lawyers-Justice**

150. Choose the odd pair

(A) Mason-Wall **(B) Choreographer-Ballet** (C) Chef-cook (D) Cobbler-shoe

151. Choose the odd pair

(A) Daring-Timid (B) Clear-Vague (C) Native-Alien **(D) Beautiful-Pretty**

152. Find the odd one from the rest

(A) Byron **(B) Bacon** (C) Shelly (D) Keats

153. If number : Mathematics, then Notes : ?

**(A) Currency** (B) Language (C) Music (D) Doctor

154. If Heart : Blood, then Lung : ?

(A) Breathing **(B) Air** (C) Bones (D) Purification

155. If Taunts : Unpleasantness, then Humour : ?

**(A) Wit** (B) Friendship (C) Right (D) Quarrel

156. If Methane : Marsh Gas, then Grapes : ?

(A) Nitric Acid **(B) Citric Acid** (C) Hydrochloric Acid (D) Acetic Acid

157. If Petrol : car, then Amonia Gas : ?

(A) Bus (B) Aeroplane **(C) Refrigerator** (D) Helicopter

158. If Bat : Cricket, then Modem : ?

(A) Typewriter **(B) Computer** (C) Baseball (D) Chess

159. If Manipuri is related to Dance, then Urdu is related by

(A) Muslims (B) Drama (C) Poetry **(D) Language**

160. If Book is to publisher, then Film is to

(A) Writer (B) Editor (C) Director **(D) Producer**

161. Choose the pair, which is different from the rest

(A) (3,10) (B) (4, 17) **(C) (5, 27)** (D) (2, 5)

162. The missing term in the following series 0, — , 8, 27, 64, 125 is

(A) 2 **(B) 1** (C) -1 (D) 0

163. The missing term in the following series 1, 5, 11, 19, 29, —, 55 is

**(A) 41** (B) 31 (C) 40 (D) 51

164. The 6th term in the following series ab2+bc2+cd2........ is

(A) ef2 (B) fe2 **(C) fg2** (D) gf2

165. The missing number in the following series 2, 3, 5, 7, — , 13, 17 is

(A) 9 **(B) 11** (C) 8 (D) 10

166. In a certain code language '1 2 3' means 'very beautiful lady', '3 5 6' 'fair young lady' and '5 8 3' means 'young bright lady'. The numeral stand for 'bright' is

**(A) 8** (B) 6 (C) 1 (D) 3

167. If a [tex]\oplus[/tex] b = 1 cm. of a and b, a [tex]\otimes[/tex] b = g.c.m of a and b, then [tex](12 \otimes 16) \oplus (24 \otimes 36)[/tex] will be

(A) 11 (B) 10 (C) 14 **(D) 12**

168. The missing number in the following series 6, 5, 11, 16, 27, —, 70, 113 is

(A) 41 (B) 42 **(C) 43** (D) 53

169. The missing number in the following series 13, 16, 22, 34, — , 106, 202 is

(A) 50 **(B) 58 **(C) 66 (D) 72

170. If a * b = b2 + 1, then 2 * 3 will be

**(A) 10** (B) 9 (C) 8 (D) 0

171. Find the odd pair out

(A) Mercury : Sun (B) Moon : Earth **(C) Wheel : Axle** (D) Star : Planet

172. Find the odd one from the rest

(A) Touch (B) See (C) Hear **(D) Eat**

173. Find the odd one from the rest

(A) Crow (B) Sparrow (C) Crane **(D) Nightingale**

174. Find the odd one from the rest

(A) Conscience (B) Morality (C) Conduct **(D) Weight**

175. Find the odd one from the rest

(A) Srilanka (B) Japan (C) Maldives **(D) Tibet**

176. Find the odd one from the rest

**(A) Sledge** (B) Rickshaw (C) Tanga (D) Cart

177. BACON is coded as 2131514, hence DARING is coded as

(A) 4116947 (B) 41619147 (C) 419146 **(D) 41189147**

178. If BOY is coded as ZPC, then GIRL is coded as

(A) HJSM (B) HJMS **(C) MSJH** (D) MSHJ

179. If Byron is 74, then Shelly is

**(A) 81** (B) 80 (C) 78 (D) 79

180. MASON is as NBTPO, then WORLD is coded as

**(A) XPSME** (B) XBSME (C) YQSME (D) EMSPX

181. If KEATS is coded as 12345, then TEASE is coded as

(A) 22435 (B) 43522 (C) 24352 **(D) 42352**

182. JORDAN is coded as SOCIAL, hence LIASON is coded as

(A) LIASOL (B) LIAJON **(C) NDAJOL** (D) NAAJOL

183. Identitfy the missing term in the following series sre, rpb, qny, plv, —

(A) ojt **(B) ojs** (C) osj (D) otj

184. Identify the missing term in the following series bwt, cyw, — , ecc, fef

**(A) daz** (B) dxu (C) dee (D) dfd

185. If A [tex]\cap [/tex] B is coded as 1 2 3, C [tex]\cap [/tex] A is 4 2 1, then [tex]\cap [/tex] is coded as

**(A) 2** (B) 1 (C) 4 (D) None of the above

186. If INDIA is coded as 914491, then JAPAK is coded as

(A) 1000111 (B) 1011411 (C) 10116119 **(D) 10116114**

187. The missing term in the following series

[tex]{{13} \over {22}}[/tex] [tex]{{17} \over {26}}[/tex] [tex]{{33} \over {42}}[/tex] [tex]{{62} \over {71}}[/tex] [tex]{{80} \over {?}}[/tex]

(A) 29 (B) 82 **(C) 89** (D) 99

188. The next term of the following series

[tex]{a \over b} \times 2,{c \over d} \times 5,{e \over f} \times 10,{g \over h} \times 17[/tex]

(A) [tex]{i \over j} \times 19[/tex] **(B)** [tex]{i \over j} \times 26[/tex] (C) [tex]{i \over j} \times 24[/tex] (D) [tex]{i \over j} \times 25[/tex]

189. The 7th term of the following series

[tex]{1 \over 2},{2 \over 3},{3 \over 4},{4 \over 5}[/tex] is

**(A)** [tex]{7 \over 8}[/tex] (B) [tex]{8 \over 9}[/tex] (C) [tex]{5 \over 7}[/tex] (D) [tex]{6 \over 7}[/tex]

190. Choose the pair, which is different from the rest

(A) (7, 48) (B) (6, 35) (C) (9, 80) **(D) (5, 26)**

191. If squint : eye , then squeeze : ?

(A) Tongue (B) Cloth (C) Throat **(D) Hand**

192. Choose the odd pair

(A) Crime - Punishment (B) Judgement - Advocacy **(C) Enterprise - Success** (D) Exercise - Health

193. Find the odd one from the rest

(A) Etiquette (B) Manners (C) Courtesy **(D) Kindness**

194. Find the odd one from the rest

(A) Strawberry (B) Blackberry (C) Gooseberry **(D) Beriberi**

195. Find the odd one from the rest

(A) Kitten (B) Calf (C) Foal **(D) Wolf**

196. Find the odd one from the rest

(A) Algebra (B) Arithmetic (C) Geometry **(D) Mathematics**

197. Find the odd one from the rest

(A) Japan (B) China (C) Nepal **(D) Egypt**

198. Find the odd one from the rest

(A) Newton (B) Einstein (C) Maxwell **(D) Darwin**

199. Find the odd one from the rest

(A) Willow (B) Fir (C) Pine **(D) Lily**

200. Find the odd one from the rest

**(A) Reader's Digest** (B) The Times of India (C) The Hindu (D) The Telegraph

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