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(4)USA

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(4)NPCI

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(5)Kehkashan Basu

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(3)Achieving 17 Goals for the future we want

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(5)Private Shareholders.

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(1)Netherlands

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(5)Specikc risk

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(2)Amish Tripathi

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(5)Kerala

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(3)Amritsar

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(2)dormant account

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(2)Manoj Bajpayee

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(5)NACH

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(4)84 months

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(1) Rs.2,000/-

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(2)Carnatic singer

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(4)Himachal Pradesh

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(4)Promissory note

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(3)Uttar Pradesh

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(3)China

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(3)Dubai

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(4)Twelve

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(1)Micro Credit

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(4)Bandhan Financial Services Private Limited

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(2) 25%

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(4)Sudarshan Sen

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(5)National Se.curitiesDepository Limited (NSDL)

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(4)IDRBT

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(1)Encryption

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(1)Someone might steal your kles and passwords etc.

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(1)Number of keys in the keyboard.

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(5)Find

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(3)permanent data

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(1)Password

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(4)Worms

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2)Meant for the single task

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(2)emails infects computer.

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(4)website.name@website.com

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(5)Unicode

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(2)Rich Text Format

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(2)Left justify

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(1)It is the property of the toolbar.

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(4)Control unit

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(5)Presentation layer

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(1)The operating system

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(3)Very resistant to interference

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(2)delete directory

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(2)Program

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(3)Formatting

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(1)Compression

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(1)data mining

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(3)Computer forensics

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(4)Information

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(1)Motherboard

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(1)Nanotechnology

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(1)instructions

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(1)System unit

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**Directions (1-5):** In each of the following questions, each sentence has some blank spaces. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words out of the given alternatives.

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(5)patriarchal, prohibits, guardian

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(2)decreasing, increased

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(5)impose, volatility

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(1)expected, essential

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(2)likely, weaker

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**Directions (6-13):** Read the the following passage and answer the given questions. Certain words/phrases have been given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

Though global multinationals account for only 2% of the world’s jobs, they own or orchestrate the supply chains that account for over 50% of world trade, they make up 40% of the value of the West’s stock markets; and they own most of the world’ intellectual property. Although the idea of being at the top of the food chain makes these companies sound all-conquering, rickety and overextended are often more ktting adjectives. Companies became obsessed with internationalising their customers, production, capital and management. In 2016multinationals’ cross-border investment fell by 10-15%, the share of trade accounted for by cross-border supply chains has stagnated since 2007 and the proportion of sales that Western krms make outside their home region has shrunk. They are in retreat. To understand why this is, consider the three parties that made the boom possible, investors, the “headquarters countries" in which global krms are domiciled, and the “host countries" that received multinational investment. Each thought that multinational krms would provide superior knancial or economic performance. Investors saw a huge potential for economies of scale. As China, India and the Soviet Union opened up,- and as Europe liberalised itself into a single market, krms could sell the same product to more people. Moreover, they saw ‘geographical arbitrage’ i.e. from the rich world they could get management, capital, brands and technology and from the emerging world they could get cheap workers and raw materials as well as lighter rules on pollution. These advantages led investors to think global krms would grow faster and make higher prokts. That was true for a while, not today. The prokts of the top 700-odd multinational krms have dropped by 25% over the past kve years, according to FTSE, an index krm. The weakness of many currencies against the dollar is part of the story; the stump in commodity prices, and thus the prokts of oil krms, mining krms and the like is a factor too. Another 10% of deterioration is due to the collapse of banks. Individual bosses will often blame one-off factors, currency moves, the economic collapse of Venezuela, currency swaps and the like can be thought of, a depression in Europe, a crackdown on graft in China, and so on. But the deeper explanation is that both the advantages of scale and those of arbitrage have worn away. As a result, krms with a domestic focus are winning market share by 2%. In Brazil, two local banks, have trounced global lenders. What about the “headquarters countries"? In the 1990s and 2000s they wanted their national champions to go global in order to become bigger and brainier. The mood changed after the knancial crisis. Multinational krms started to be seen as agent of inequality. They created jobs abroad, but not at home. As a result, the tapestry of rules designed to help business globally is fraying. Takeovers of western krms now often come with strings attached by governments to safeguard local jobs and plants. There are gathering clouds in host countries as well. China has been turning the screws on foreign krms in a push for “Indigenous innovation". Bosses say that more products have to be sourced locally and intellectual property often ends up handed over to local partners. Strategic local partners. Strategic industries, including the internet, are out of bounds to foreign investment. Many fear that China’s approach will be mimicked around the developing world, forcing multinational krms to invest more locally and create more jobs-a mirror image of the pressure placed on them at home.

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(3)Only A

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paste_right_option

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(1)Only C

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(5)All A, B and G

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(3)A and B

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(2)A and B

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(2)It caused stagnation of trade in the 1990s.

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(5)All A, B and C

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**Directions (54-58):** In these questions, a sentence is given with three words/group of word$, in bold type. One or more of them may have a certain error. Below the sentence are given three combinations of words/group of words i.e. (A), (B). and (C). You have to find out the correct word/group of words from among (A), (B) and (C) given below each sentence to replace the incorrect words and make the sentence grammatically correct and meaningful. One, two, all three or none of them may be correct. Decide upon which is/are correct, if any and mark the correct option which denotes your answer. If the sentence is correct as it is, mark `No correction required’ as your answer.

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(4)Only C

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(5)No correction required

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(4)Only A

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(4)Only C

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(1)Only A

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**Directions (19-23) :** In these questions, there are four/five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and/or (E). Three or four of these sentences contribute to one main idea when these sentences are formed into a paragraph. One sentence does not contribute to that main idea. That sentence is your answer.

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(2)Only B

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(2)Only C

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(1)Only A

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(5)All those given as options contribute

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(3)Only C

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**Directions (24-30):** Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given. Certain words/phrases are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

Intended to give its workers more rest, this year, the Taiwanese government has brought about some labour amendments such as the “one kxed day off, one flexible day off’. It has steadily garnered raked reactions in the media. News of businesses moving to enact measures to meet the new regulations has emerged, including price hikes and reduced business hours. Reports such as popular food chains upping their prices have coloured media. On the other hand, Taiwan’s two major convenience stores denied reports that stores would be closing over the weekend in response to the regulations. The latest circumstances only presented examples of how the new holiday policy would hinderTaiwanese businesses’operations, pose price hikes and create a more difkcult environment for Taiwanese nationals to go about their daily lives in an already wage-stagnant economy.

Increased costs are inevitable. But should it be looked upon with disdain and diversion? Let us look at the issue from a different perspective. Foreigners and tourists have commented that the 24-hour convenience stores and high quality of service have left a positive impression about the country. That should be a point of pride for Taiwan, but on the other hand, the new holiday policy also provides an opportunity to spur change as Taiwan’s laudable conveniences also come along with their own set of burdens.

Many of the everyday conveniences were built upon the hard work and long hours of employees who provided quality and tireless service to the masses. It is understandable that all kinds of enterprises avoid uncertainty as it does not bode well for business operations. The new policy provides uncertainty in spades. But the status quo that businesses have long upheld has not worked for Taiwan in the past decade. No longer have the long working hours either transferred into benekts for the working people or helped propel Taiwan’s GDP back to the kgures during its “industrial miracle" era. Taiwan’s working environment and holiday policy also provides an opportunity to spur change as Taiwan’s laudable conveniences also come along with their own set of burdens. Many of the everyday conveniences were built upon the hard work and long hours of employees who provided quality and tireless service to the masses. It is understandable that all kinds of enterprises avoid uncertainty as it does not bode well for business operations. The new policy provides uncertainty in spades. But the status quo that businesses have long upheld has not worked for Taiwan in the past decade. No longer have the long working hours either transferred into benekts for the working people or helped propel Taiwan’s GDP back to the kgures during its “industrial miracle" era. Taiwan’s working environment and policies protecting both enterprises and workers have long needed an overhaul. While initial reports indicate that the new holiday policy has led to a rise in basic commodity prices. It should become an opportunity for businesses to gripe about. They should not increase prices but fail to increase staff costs and adjust inferior budget planning, ultimately failing to increase employment: This is the easy way to face the new policy and for enterprises to stay afloat in tough times. It should not, however, continue at the expense of the everyday workers and the economy at large. Increasing employment and providing adequate overtime pay to keep working hours in check are factors in the government’s labour revision efforts last year, which they hope could improve existing working conditions.

It’s still too early to say whether President and his party’s holiday policy would improve working conditions.
Taiwan’s businesses should look out for its employees’ well-being instead of their costs, while the government must similarly look out for businesses and the people at large to ensure effective policy progress. There is no doubt that the Taiwan’s working environment is in need of change, and the new holiday policy provides a platform for that. However, whether it would bring about a good or bad change ultimately is left up to how the key players-businesses, the government and the people-respond.

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(3)Complain

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(2)Only D

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(2)Admiration

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(5)None of A, B and C

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(1)It should be implemented judiciously and must not be taken unique advantage of.

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(4)Employment opportunities in Taiwan will cease.

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(5)All A, B and Care not true

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(4)A and C

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(2)All A, B and C

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(2)All A, B and C

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(5)None

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(1)A and C

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**Directions (36-40):** Read each of the following four sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. Choose the sentence with no grammatical error as the correct answer. If all the given sentences are grammatically correct, mark No error’ as your answer.

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D

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(1)A

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(4)D

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(4)D

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(2)A

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(4)40

**Explanation :**Let the speed of the bus when it halts = x km/h Speed of the bus when it travelled = (x +4) km/h

According to question, \(\frac{60}{x}-\frac{60}{x+4} = \frac{10}{60}*60*[\frac{x+4-x}{x*(x+4)}] = \frac{1}{6}*1440=x^2+4x\)

x² + 4x —1440 =0

x² + 40x — 36x —1440 = 0 x (x + 40) – 36 ( x + 40) = 0

(x36) (x+ 40) = 0

x=36, – 40

∴ Speed of the bus when it travelled = 36 + 4 = 40 km/h

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(5) Rs.1,15,200/-

**Explanation :**Let the monthly income of Duggabati = Rs. x

According to question, \(x*(100-24-30)*\frac{1}{100}*\frac{9}{16}*12 = 124200\)

\(x*\frac{46*9}{100*16} = 10350\)

\(x = \frac{1150*1600}{56}\)

x = Rs.40,000/

∴ Duggabati spent on paying rent in a year

\(=40000*\frac{24}{100}*12\)= Rs.1,15,200 /

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(4) 34.4

**Explanation :**Let the speed of boat in still water = 9a Speed of current = a

According to question,

(9a + a) — (9a — a) = 3

10a – 8a = 3

2a =3

\(a = \frac{3}{2}\)

\(\frac{x}{9a+a}+\frac{x-5}{9a-a}\)

\(\frac{4x-5x-25}{60}=\frac{285}{60}\)

⇒ x = 34.4 km

**Directions (4-8):** Read the graph and answer the given questions.

The data given below are regarding percentage of fction books sold by fve bookstores
in the months of June and December in the year 2002. All the bookstores sold either fction or non-fction books

Note : Total number of books sold = Fiction + Non-kction

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(3) 1200

**Explanation :**Let the number of fiction books sold by store B inJune = x

Number of non fiction books sold by store B inJune =\(x*\frac{20}{80}\)

Number of fiction books sold by store B inDecember = x + 200

Number of non fiction books sold by store B inDecember = \((x+200)*\frac{30}{70}\)

According to question,

\(x+\frac{20x}{80}+x+200+(x+200)*\frac{30}{70}=2000\)

\(\frac{75X}{4*7}=-\frac{2000*6}{7}\)

x = 640

Total number of books sold by store B in December =\(200+x+(x+200)*\frac{3}{7}\)

=1200

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(5) 1900

**Explanation :**Total number of nonfiction books sold by store C =\(1500*\frac{60}{100}+2000*\frac{50}{100}\)

= 900 + 1000 = 1900

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(4) 12.5%

**Explanation :**Let the number of fiction books sold by store D in June = x

Number of non fiction books sold by store D in June = \(x*\frac{28}{72}\)

Total number of books=\(\frac{25x}{18}\) Number of fiction books sold by store D in June = x

Number of non fiction books sold by store D inDecember = \(x*\frac{36}{64}\)

Total number of books=\(\frac{25x}{16}\)

∴ Required percentage = 12.5%

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(5) 1548

**Explanation :**Total number of books sold by store E in June =1800

Total number of books sold by store E inDecember = \(1800*\frac{100}{75}\)=2400

Total number of fiction books sold by store E =\(1800*\frac{30}{100}+2400*\frac{42}{100}\) =540 + 1008 = 1548

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(3) 660

**Explanation :**Let the number of fiction books sold by store A in June = x

Number of non fiction books sold by store A in40June= \(x*\frac{40}{60}\)

Number of fiction books sold by store A in December = x

Number of non fiction books sold by store A in December = \(x*\frac{45}{55}\)

acording to question, 5x = 60 × 33 ⇒ x = 12 × 33 = 396 Total number of books sold by store A in June=\(396+396*frac{2}{3}\)= 396 + 264 = 660

**Directions (9-13) :** Refer to the pie charts and answer the given questions.

The following data are regarding number of students(Boys + Girls) studying in standard Xth of various schools(A, B, C, D and E) in the year 2010Total number of students(Boys + Girls) = 3000

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(5) 660

**Explanation :**Total number of students in schools A and B together

\(=3000*\frac{(10+23)}{100}\)

= 30 × 33 = 990

Total number of students in schools D and E together

\(=3000*\frac{25+30}{100}\) =30 x 55 = 1650

∴ Required difference = 1650 – 990 = 660

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(4)\(55*\frac{5}{9}\)

**Explanation :**Number of boys studying in school C \(=1600*\frac{10}{100}=100\)

Number of students studying in school C \(=3000*\frac{12}{100}=360\)

Number of girls studying in school C = 360 – 160 = 200

Required percentage = \(55*\frac{5}{9}\)

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(2) 288

**Explanation :**Average number of boys studying in schools A and B

\(=(\frac{1600*11}{100}+1600*\frac{25}{100})*\frac{1}{2}=288\)

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(5) 34%

**Explanation :**Number of boys studying in school E \(=1600*\frac{24}{100}=384\)

Number of students studying in school E \(=3000*\frac{30}{100}=900\)

Number of girls studying in school E = 900 – 384 = 516

∴ Required percentage = \(=\frac{516-384}{384}*100\) = 34.375 = 34%

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(2) 16 : 9

**Explanation :**Number of boys studying in school D \(=1600*\frac{30}{100}=480\)

Number of students studying in school D \(=3000*\frac{25}{100}=750\)

Number of girls studying in school D = 750 – 480 = 270

∴ Required ratio = 480 : 270 = 16 : 9

**Directions (14-18):** Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

**The following data are regarding total number of male and female employees (MBAs and non-MBAs) working in three organizations—A, B and CIn organisation :**

**In organisation :**

A: 30% of the total number of employees are females, of which 10% are MBA’s. In organization, 168 males are MBAs which are 20% of total number of males.

B: 40% of the total number of employees are females, of which 25% are MBAs. 10% of the total male employees in organization B are MBAs. The total number of female employees in organization B are equal to that in organization A.

C: Total number of female employees are twice of that in organization B. 20% of the total number of male employees and 20% of the total number of female employees are MBAs. Number of male employees who are not MBAs are 672 more than that of female employees who are not MBAs.

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(4) 26

**Explanation :**Total number of male MBA employees in both the organizations = 54+ 312 = 366

Total number of male employees who are science graduates = 366 262 = 104

∴ Number df male MBA employees who are science graduates in organization B\(=104*\frac{1}{4}=26\)

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(4) 240

**Explanation :**Required difference = (672 + 324) – (486 + 270) = 996 756 = 240

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(5) 480

**Explanation :**Required percentage \(=\frac{360+360+720}{36}\) = 480

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(1) 68%

**Explanation :**\(=\frac{1560}{1560+720}*100\) = 68.42 ≈ 68%

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(5) 90%

**Explanation :**Total employees in organization A = 840 + 360 =1200 Total employees in organization C = 1560 + 720 = 2280

∴ Required percentage\(=\frac{2280-1200}{1200}*1200=\) 90%

**Directions (19-23) :** Study the table and answer the given questions.

Data related to rating of 5movies in two cities (X and Y)

Note: I. Few data are missing (indicated by—). You need to calculate the value based on given data, if required, to answer a given question.

II. Total sum of ratings obtained = Number of raters x Average rating obtained

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(1) 73.5

**Explanation :**Total sum of rating obtained from city X / Total sum of ratings obtained from city Y\(=\frac{16}{21}\)

\(\frac{84*72}{108*a}=\frac{16}{21}\)

a = 73.5

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(4) 20%

**Explanation :**For movie D,

Let the number of raters in city X = x

Number of raters in city Y = y ∴\(x=65=y*84 i.e. \frac{x}{y}=\frac{3}{2}\)

x : y = 3 : 2 = 6 : 4

y : z = 4 : 5

x : y : z = 6 : 4 : 5

∴ Required percentage = 20%

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(1) 35%

**Explanation :**For movie B,

Let the average rating obtained from city X = x

Average rating obtained from city Y = \(\frac{9X}{10}\) Total sum of ratings obtained from city X=120x

Total sum of ratings obtained from city Y=180 x9x =162x10162x120x.*.

Required perLentage – x100120x42 x100=35% 120

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(2) 36

**Explanation :**In city X,

Let male raters = 50 Female raters = 30

Average rating of males = x

Average rating of females =y

\(\frac{50x+30y}{80}=42.75\) 5x + 3y = 342

In city Y,

Male raters = 20 Female raters = 10 \(\frac{29x+10y}{80}=42\)

2x + y=126

⇒ 6x + 3y = 378 Subtracting equation (i) from equation (ii),

x = 36

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(4)\(58*\frac{1}{3}%\)

**Explanation :**For movie A, Raters from city X = x

Raters from city Y = y

According to question, \(=\frac{x+46+y*77}{x+y}=58\)

46x + 77y = 58x + 58y

\(\frac{x}{y}=\frac{19}{12}\) Required percentage =\(58*\frac{1}{3}%\)

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(5) Other than those options

**Explanation :**1According to question, 18W + 24 = 24M × 15 18W =15M

6W = 5M

16 women work for 3 days.

∴ Remaining work = 7 / 9 20M + 16W = 4 × 5M + 16W = 4×6W + 16W = 24W + 16W = 40W

In women complet a work in 24 days.

By formula, ans:\(8*\frac{2}{5}\)days

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(3) Rs.500/-

**Explanation :**Let the cost price of article A = Rs. x

cost price of article B = 6x / 5

Maked price of article A = 3x / 2

Maked price of article B = 3x / 2 According to question,

⇒ x = RS.500/

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(3) 46

**Explanation :**Let Ram’s present age = x years

According to question, x + 17 = 2x – 6

x = 23 yearp

Vivian’s present age = 21a

Amit’s present age =19a According to question, 19a+31 = 3 x 23

19a = 69 – 31

19a = 38

a = 2 years

∴ Vivian’s age 4 years hence = 21 x 2 + 4 =42 + 4 = 46 years

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(5) 12

**Explanation :**Quantity of apple juice in mixture was taken out from Jar A = 25 litre

Quantity of water in mixture was taken out from Jar A = 5 litre

In Jar B, Quantity of mango juice = 20 litre

Quantity of water Total mixture in Jar C = 30 + 30 =60 litre

Ratio of apple juice) mango juice and water in Jar C

= 25 : 20 : (5+10) = 25 : 20 : 15 = 5 : 4 : 3

Mixture taken out from Jar C =12 litre

Remaining mixture in Jar C = 60 – 12 = 48 litre

∴ Resultant quantity of water in Jar C = 12 litre

**Directions (28-32) :** What approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the given questions ? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value)

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(3) 13

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(3) 39

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(5) 330

**Explanation :**1056 × ? ÷ 3 = 576.73 × 202

352 × ? ≈ 577 × 202

∴ ? ≈ 330

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(4) 790

**Explanation :**64 × 13 – 42 ≈ ?

832 – 42 ≈ ?

∴ 790 ≈ ?

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**Directions (33-37) :** These questions consist of a question and two/three statements numbered I, II and III are given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read the statements and choose the appropriate option.

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(1)Either statement I or statement II and statement III are sufkcient to answer the question.

**Explanation :**From statement I,

Let the number of cards in a bag = 2n or 2n + 1

When the number of cards = 2n

∴ Even numbered card = n ∴ Required probability = 7/31

31n – 31 = 28n 14

31n – 28n = 31 14

3n = 17 ⇒ n = 17/3

When number of cards = 2n + 1

∴ Ecen numbered card = n

∴ Required probability = 7/31

31 n – 31 = 28 n + 14

31n – 28n = 31 + 14

3n = 45 ⇒ n = 15

∴ Total number of cards = 2n + 1 = 2 × 15 + 1 = 31 From statements II and III,

Number of card = 16 + 15 = 31

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(5)Any two of the three statements are sufkcient to answer the question.

**Explanation :**From statements I and III

\(9331.20 = 8000[1+\frac{R}{100}]^2\)

R = 8%

From statements I and II,

\(9331.20 = P[1 + \frac{R}{100}]^2\) ......(i)

Diff = \(\frac{PR^2}{10000}\)

i.e. \(51.20 = \frac{P^2R^2}{10000}\) .......(ii)

Dividing equation (i) by equation (ii),

R = 8%

From statements II and III,

R = 8%

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(4)Any one of the statements is sufkcient to answer the question.

**Explanation :**From statement I,

P’s 1 day’s work.= 1/8

Q’s 1 day’s work = 1/5

∴ Q can complete the work =5 days From statement II,

(P + Q)’s 1 day’s work

Qs, 1 day’s work = 1/5

Q can complete the work =5 days Worn statement. III,

Q’s 1 day’s work = 1/5

∴ Q can complete the work = 5 days

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(5)Any two of the three statements is sufkcient to answer the question.

**Explanation :**From statement I and II,

a + b = 14 …….(i)

a² + b² = 106 …..(ii) (a+b)² = a² + b² + 2ab (14)² = 106 + 2ab

2ab = 196 – 106 = 90

ab = 45

∴ (ab)² = (a+b)² – 4ab

(ab)² = (14)² – 4 × 45

= 196 – 180

(ab)² = 16

ab = 4 ….(iii)

Adding equation (i) and equation (iii), 2a = 18 ⇒ a = 9

b = 14 9 = 5

a³ + b³ = (9)³ + (5)³ = 729 + 125 = 854

From statements II and III, a² + b² =106 a =b – 4

(b – 4)² + b² =106 b²+ 16 – 8b + b² =106 2b² 8b 90 =0 b² 4b 45 =0

b² 9b + 5b – 45 =0 b (b 9)+5 (b 9) =0 (b9)(b+5)=0

b =9

a =9 – 4 = 5 =0

a³ +b³ =(9)³ + (5)³ = 729 + 125 = 854

From statements III and I, a + b =14 a = b – 4

b – 4+ b =14

2b =18

b =9 ⇒ a = 9 – 4 = 5

a³ + b³ = (9)³ + (5)³ = 729 + 125 =854

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(5)All three statements are sufkcient to answer the question.

**Explanation :**From statement I, Let HCF = x

LCM =24x

From statement II, 24x + x = 400 2 5x = 400

x =16

HCF =16

LCM =16 × 24=384

From statements I, II and III,

First number × Second number = HCF × LCM

∴ Second number = 48

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(4) 112

**Explanation :**--- Let the side of square = 2a Then, radius of circle = C1 = a

Diagonal of square

Then, radius of circle C2 = a*2^1/2

According to question, a=14cm

∴ Perimeter of the square = 4 × 2 × 14 = 112 cm

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(4) Rs. 16,350/-

**Explanation :**--- First condition,

Principal = Rs. P, Time = T years

S.I. = Rs.P

Rate = 100/T

Second condition, Time = 2T years

∴S.I. = Rs.10,900

∴ Amount = 10900 + 5450 = Rs.16,350/

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(1) Rs.4,800/-

**Explanation :**Let the initial investments of A, B and C be 2x, 3x and 4x respectively.

After 6 months, the investments of A, B and C be 3y, 2y and y respectively.

Ratio of investments

= (2x × 6 + 3y × 6) : (3x × 6 + 2y × 6) : (4x × 6 + y × 6) = (2x + 3y) : (3× + 2y) : (4x + y)

Rational addition =2x + 3y + 3x + 2y + 4x + y = 9x + 6y

If total annual profit = z

B’s share in profit = \(\frac{3x+2y}{9x+6y}*z\)

C’s share in profit = \(\frac{4x+y}{9x+6y}*z\)

i.e. 5x = 10y

x = 2y .....(i)

B’s share in profitA’s share in profit = 200

\((\frac{3x+2y}{9x+6y} - \frac{2x+3y}{9x+6y})z = 200\)

i.e. z = Rs.4,800/- + 8y ⇒ 5x = 10y x = 2y

**Directions (1-4):** Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.

In a certain code language,"work for earning money" is coded as “Go3 None5 Xor4 Farnin7", “like six years passed" is coded as “Ti3 Qasse6 Zear5 Mik4" “hence good amount received" is coded as “Seceive8 Lenc5 Hoo4 Bmoun6"

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(3)None5 Mas4 Farnin7 Xa3

**Explanation :**As, w

__or__k = X__or__4

Similarly, for → Eo3

earning → Farnin7

money → None5

(i)like → Mik4 Six → Ti3 years → Zear5 passed → Qasse6

(ii)hence → Ienc5 good → Hoo4 amount → Bmoun6 received → Seceive8

Solution: 3

last → Mas4 earning → Farnin7 was → Xa3 money → None5

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2)Hoo4 Qerfec7 Blway6 Qeop16

**Explanation :**good → Hoo4 people → Qeopl6 always → Blway6

perfect → Qerfec7

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(1)Blway6 Lance5 Xron5 Lenc5

**Explanation :**--- hence → Ienc5

always → Blway6

wrong → Xron5

hance → Ianc5

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(5)Garmin7

**Explanation :**farming → Garmin7

**Directions (5-10): **Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.

There are kve units i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Each unit has a different height. Also each unit contains books and boxes. Unit 2 is above Unit 1 and Unit 3 is above Unit 2 and so on. Every unit belongs to different country i.e. Beijing, Paris, London, Sydney and Zurich. The total height of all kve units is equal to 252 ft.

•Total height of unit is equal to the total height of books plus total height of boxes in each unit.

•Height of books is not equal to the height of boxes, unless speciked.

The books belongs to London is an even unit. The total height of Unit 1 is 75 ft. Sydney is not a Unit 1. The total height of unit, which belongs to Sydney, is 55 ft. There is only one gap between London and Paris. The height of books and height of boxes in Unit 3 are equal. The height of books in Unit 2 is not less than 30 ft. The books in Unit 4 are four more than books, which is in Unit
3. The total height of London is not 37 ft. The total height of unit, which contains 37 ft is not taking the place which is immediately above a unit, which contains ’20 ft more than the unit, which belongs to Sydney. The height of boxes in Unit 2 is 23 ft. Unit belongs to Zurich does not contain the equal height of books and boxes. The total height ofUnit 2 is an odd number and height is more than 50 ft and less than 55 ft. Unit 1 contains 23 ft height of boxes more than Unit 4 contains height of boxes and Unit 5 contains 7 ft height of books less than Unit 1 contains.

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(2)32 ft

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(4)Beijing

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(4)32 ft

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(2)32 ft

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(2)17 ft

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(1)Unit 2

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**Directions (11-15): **Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.

Two buses-A and B start their journey from same depot but not necessary in the same order. Bus A starts moving 6 km towards north direction to -Point P and then takes a right turn and moves 18 km to reach Point R, then take a left turn and ? roves 12 km to reach Point S. Points P, Q and R lies in a same line. Distance between P and Q is half of the distance between Q and R. Bus B starts to move towards west 2 km more than Point Q and R from Depot and reach Point W, then take a right turn and walk 18 km to reach Point U. U, V and W lies in the same line as distance of V and W is double of the distance between U and V. From Point U Bus B take a right turn and reach Point S. Point T lies between U and S in exact midway.

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(2)32 km

**Explanation :**Total distance between U and S = 14 + 18 = 32 km

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(4)North-east

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(2)From Point V he should go to east direction 14km than move toward south and reach depot

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(3)16 km

**Explanation :**Distance between T ans S = \(\frac{14+18}{2} = 16km\)

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(4)North

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**Directions (16-20) : **In each of these questions, two statements marked as I and II are provided. These may have a cause and effect relationship or may have independent causes or be the effects of independent causes.

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(2)

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(4)

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(5)

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**Directions (21-25) :** Study the following information and answer the questions below.

J, K, L, M, N, 0, P and R are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Each of them was born in a different year-1971, 1975, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1985 and 1990, but not necessarily in the same order.

M is sitting second to the right of K. L is sitting third to the right of J. Only the one born in 1984 is sitting exactly between J and K N, who is the eldest is not an immediate neighbour of J and M. R is older than only M. R is sitting second to the left of P. P is not an immediate neighbour of N. J is younger than L and 0. K was born before 0 but he is not second eldest.

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(2)L

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(5)The one born in 1981

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(4) 1985

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(1)K is sitting third to the right of R

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(3)The one born in 1981

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**Directions (26-30) :** Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Eight persons—I, J, K, L, M, N, 0 and P are sitting around a circular table but not necessarily in the same order. Three of them are facing outward while kve are facing towards the centre.M is third to the right of K. N is sitting third to the left of M. Three persons are sitting between N and J. 0 is sitting third to the right of N, who is not facing the centre. L is sitting third to the right of I, who is not facing the centre.

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(5)P

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(5)All the given statements are true

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(1)IKN

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(3)K is third to the left of P.

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**Directions (31-33) :** These questions consist of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

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(3)

**Explanation :**1.

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(2)If all the statements I, II and III taken together are not sufkcient to answer the question.

**Explanation :**

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**Explanation :**From all statements,

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(5)If the statements I and III are sufkcient to answer the question but statement II alone is not sufkcient to answer the question.

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(5)The introductory scheme of free gift voucher with the tea was withdrawn from the market within 15 days of launch of the product.

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**Directions (36-40) :** Read the given information carefully and answer the given questions.

There are seven persons in a family namely A, B, C, D, E, F and G. All of them related with each other in an order. All of them have a different age.A is older than B but younger than E. The third oldest person in the family is 38 years old. B is the sister of A. C is the father of A. The third youngest person of the family is 35 years old. G is the oldest person of .the family. B is the niece of F. E is older than B. F is the husband of E. G and D are married couple. C’s mother is 69 years old. C is younger than F. Oldest person of the family is male member.

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(4)F

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(3)6 years

**Explanation :**B’s age = 75 – 69 = 6 years

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(3)Grandmother

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(2)E

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(3)37 years

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