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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 1

DIRECTIONS for the question: Choose the word from the options which is Opposite in meaning to the given word.

Magnanimous

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 1

► Magnanimous means generous, its opposite is selfish.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 2

DIRECTIONS for the question: A set of four words is given. Three of the words are related in some way, the remaining word is not related to the rest. Pick the word which does not fit in the relation.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 2

Temporal, ephemeral, transient are synonyms meaning ‘not permanent’.

Eternal mean long lasting.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 3

DIRECTIONS for the question: For the pair of sentences below choose the right option.

1. Can you imagine his forgetting his own birthday?
2. Can you imagine him forgetting his own birthday?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 3

The object of the verb ''imagine'' should be ''him; and not ''his''.

∴  Second sentence is correct.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 4

DIRECTIONS for the question: Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the given choices to construct a coherent paragraph.

A. The units will have ultra-luxurious specifications like personal swimming pools, gyms and lounge bars within individual homes.

B. High-end luxury properties or boutique homes are constructed in limited numbers in high-profile locations that are in high demand among the super rich.

C. These exclusive projects have no more than 5-10 units in each category.

D. As per latest trends, 'luxury boutique homes' are selling a lot better today than 'volume luxury properties' since there is scarcity in this segment.

E. Developers with foresight are also providing the options to customers to design their homes or customize their homes, based on the individual buyer's preferences.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 4

►The sequence is DBCAE.

►The paragraph talks about the latest trends in property sales and says that luxury boutique homes are selling a lot better today than volume luxury properties.

►B states the boutique homes are scarce and C continues with saying that there are no more than 5 – 10 units in each.

►Then, option A talks about the 'units' which are previously mentioned in option C.

►So, we get a CA pair, therefore, option A,B  and D can be negated.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 5

Identify the figures of speech in the following sentences:

Death lays his icy hand on kings.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 5

Personification as Death is endowed with human qualities.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 6

DIRECTIONS for the question: Solve the question and mark the appropriate answer.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 6

Geography is a noun hence the only suitable option is b

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 7

DIRECTIONS for the question: Choose the word from the options which is Opposite in meaning to the given word.

'Native'

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 7

The word native means local, hence its opposite is exotic.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 8

DIRECTIONS for the question: Identify the meaning of the idiom/ phrase as used in the sentence.

A shortfall in supplies would knock the bottom out of the engineering industry. What does "knock the bottom out of" stand for?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 8

This idiom means that it will shake the foundations of.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 9

DIRECTIONS for the question: Choose the word from the options which is most Similar in meaning to the given word.

Attenuate

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 9

Attenuate means to reduce, and hence it means the same as enervate which means to weaken.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 10

DIRECTIONS for the question: Complete the sentence by filling in the appropriate blank/blanks from the options provided.

Although this political party has reputation for ______ , its behaviour towards the public has always been ______, suggesting it may not be as insolent as has been projected by its competitor.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 10

As per the sentence, both the blanks are opposites and hence the answer is option 3.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 11

DIRECTIONS for the question: Read the passage and answer the question based on it.

PROBLEMS FACING POTENTIAL EXPORTERS

Many firms fail because when they begin exporting, they have not researched the target markets or have not developed an international marketing plan to be successful. A firm must clearly define goals objectives and potential problems. Secondly it must develop a definitive plan to accomplish it's objective regardless of problems involved. Unless the firm is fortunate enough to possess a staff with considerable expertise, it may not be able to take this crucial first step without qualified outside guidance.
Often top management is not committed enough to overcome the initial difficulties and financial requirements of exporting. It can often take more time and effort to establish a firm in a foreign market than in domestic one. Although the early delays and costs involved in exporting may seem difficult to justify when compared to established domestic trade the exporter should take a more objective view of this process and carefully monitor international marketing efforts through these early difficulties. If a good foundation is laid for export business the benefits derived should eventually out-weigh the investment.
Another problem area is in the selection of foreign distributor. The complications involved in overseas communications and transportation require international distributors to act with greater independence than their domestic counterparts also since a new exporter's trademarks and reputation is usually unknown in the foreign market. Foreign customers may buy on the strength of distributing agent's reputation. A firm should therefore conduct a thorough evaluation of the distributor's facilities, the personnel handling its account and managements methods employed.
Another common difficultly for new exporter is the neglect of the export market once the domestic one booms: too many companies only concentrate on exporting when there is recession. Others may refuse to modify products to meet the regulations or cultural preferences of other countries. Local safety regulations cannot be ignored by exporters. If necessary modifications are not made at the factory the distributor must make them, this is usually at a greater cost and probably not as satisfactory as it should be. It should also be noted that the resulting smaller profit margin makes the account less attractive.
If exporters expect distributing agents to actively promote their accounts they must be trained and their performance must be continually monitored. This requires a company's marketing executive to be located permanently in the distributor's geographical areas until there is sufficient business to support the representative. The distributor should also be treated on an equal basis with domestic counterparts for e.g. special discount offers, sales incentive programmes and special credit terms should be available.
Considering a joint venture or licensing agreement is another option for new exporters. However, many companies still dismiss international marketing as unviable. There are a number of reasons for this. There may be import restrictions in the target market. The company may lack sufficient financial resources or its product line may be too limited. Yet many products that can compete on a national basis can be successful in the majority of world markets. In general, all that is needed for success is flexibility in using the proper combinations of marketing techniques.

Q. An exporter should choose a distributer who

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 11

“Foreign customers may buy on the strength of distributing agent''s reputation”. Thus, option 3

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 12

DIRECTIONS for the question: Read the passage and answer the question based on it.

PROBLEMS FACING POTENTIAL EXPORTERS

Many firms fail because when they begin exporting, they have not researched the target markets or have not developed an international marketing plan to be successful. A firm must clearly define goals objectives and potential problems. Secondly it must develop a definitive plan to accomplish it's objective regardless of problems involved. Unless the firm is fortunate enough to possess a staff with considerable expertise, it may not be able to take this crucial first step without qualified outside guidance.
Often top management is not committed enough to overcome the initial difficulties and financial requirements of exporting. It can often take more time and effort to establish a firm in a foreign market than in domestic one. Although the early delays and costs involved in exporting may seem difficult to justify when compared to established domestic trade the exporter should take a more objective view of this process and carefully monitor international marketing efforts through these early difficulties. If a good foundation is laid for export business the benefits derived should eventually out-weigh the investment.
Another problem area is in the selection of foreign distributor. The complications involved in overseas communications and transportation require international distributors to act with greater independence than their domestic counterparts also since a new exporter's trademarks and reputation is usually unknown in the foreign market. Foreign customers may buy on the strength of distributing agent's reputation. A firm should therefore conduct a thorough evaluation of the distributor's facilities, the personnel handling its account and managements methods employed.
Another common difficultly for new exporter is the neglect of the export market once the domestic one booms: too many companies only concentrate on exporting when there is recession. Others may refuse to modify products to meet the regulations or cultural preferences of other countries. Local safety regulations cannot be ignored by exporters. If necessary modifications are not made at the factory the distributor must make them, this is usually at a greater cost and probably not as satisfactory as it should be. It should also be noted that the resulting smaller profit margin makes the account less attractive.
If exporters expect distributing agents to actively promote their accounts they must be trained and their performance must be continually monitored. This requires a company's marketing executive to be located permanently in the distributor's geographical areas until there is sufficient business to support the representative. The distributor should also be treated on an equal basis with domestic counterparts for e.g. special discount offers, sales incentive programmes and special credit terms should be available.
Considering a joint venture or licensing agreement is another option for new exporters. However, many companies still dismiss international marketing as unviable. There are a number of reasons for this. There may be import restrictions in the target market. The company may lack sufficient financial resources or its product line may be too limited. Yet many products that can compete on a national basis can be successful in the majority of world markets. In general, all that is needed for success is flexibility in using the proper combinations of marketing techniques.

Q. New exporters often make the mistake of ignoring the export market when

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 12

“Another common difficultly for new exporter is the neglect of the export market once the domestic one booms”.
Hence, option 2

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 13

DIRECTIONS for the question: Read the passage and answer the question based on it.

PROBLEMS FACING POTENTIAL EXPORTERS

Many firms fail because when they begin exporting, they have not researched the target markets or have not developed an international marketing plan to be successful. A firm must clearly define goals objectives and potential problems. Secondly it must develop a definitive plan to accomplish it's objective regardless of problems involved. Unless the firm is fortunate enough to possess a staff with considerable expertise, it may not be able to take this crucial first step without qualified outside guidance.
Often top management is not committed enough to overcome the initial difficulties and financial requirements of exporting. It can often take more time and effort to establish a firm in a foreign market than in domestic one. Although the early delays and costs involved in exporting may seem difficult to justify when compared to established domestic trade the exporter should take a more objective view of this process and carefully monitor international marketing efforts through these early difficulties. If a good foundation is laid for export business the benefits derived should eventually out-weigh the investment.
Another problem area is in the selection of foreign distributor. The complications involved in overseas communications and transportation require international distributors to act with greater independence than their domestic counterparts also since a new exporter's trademarks and reputation is usually unknown in the foreign market. Foreign customers may buy on the strength of distributing agent's reputation. A firm should therefore conduct a thorough evaluation of the distributor's facilities, the personnel handling its account and managements methods employed.
Another common difficultly for new exporter is the neglect of the export market once the domestic one booms: too many companies only concentrate on exporting when there is recession. Others may refuse to modify products to meet the regulations or cultural preferences of other countries. Local safety regulations cannot be ignored by exporters. If necessary modifications are not made at the factory the distributor must make them, this is usually at a greater cost and probably not as satisfactory as it should be. It should also be noted that the resulting smaller profit margin makes the account less attractive.
If exporters expect distributing agents to actively promote their accounts they must be trained and their performance must be continually monitored. This requires a company's marketing executive to be located permanently in the distributor's geographical areas until there is sufficient business to support the representative. The distributor should also be treated on an equal basis with domestic counterparts for e.g. special discount offers, sales incentive programmes and special credit terms should be available.
Considering a joint venture or licensing agreement is another option for new exporters. However, many companies still dismiss international marketing as unviable. There are a number of reasons for this. There may be import restrictions in the target market. The company may lack sufficient financial resources or its product line may be too limited. Yet many products that can compete on a national basis can be successful in the majority of world markets. In general, all that is needed for success is flexibility in using the proper combinations of marketing techniques.

Q. For a distributor to be successful, the exporter must

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 13

►As per the lines '' This requires a company's marketing executive to be located permanently in the distributor's geographical areas until there is sufficient business to support the representative.

►The distributor should also be treated on an equal basis with domestic counterparts for e.g. special discount offers, sales incentive programmes and special credit terms should be available'', option 3 makes sense

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 14

DIRECTIONS for the question: Read the passage and answer the question based on it.

PROBLEMS FACING POTENTIAL EXPORTERS

Many firms fail because when they begin exporting, they have not researched the target markets or have not developed an international marketing plan to be successful. A firm must clearly define goals objectives and potential problems. Secondly it must develop a definitive plan to accomplish it's objective regardless of problems involved. Unless the firm is fortunate enough to possess a staff with considerable expertise, it may not be able to take this crucial first step without qualified outside guidance.
Often top management is not committed enough to overcome the initial difficulties and financial requirements of exporting. It can often take more time and effort to establish a firm in a foreign market than in domestic one. Although the early delays and costs involved in exporting may seem difficult to justify when compared to established domestic trade the exporter should take a more objective view of this process and carefully monitor international marketing efforts through these early difficulties. If a good foundation is laid for export business the benefits derived should eventually out-weigh the investment.
Another problem area is in the selection of foreign distributor. The complications involved in overseas communications and transportation require international distributors to act with greater independence than their domestic counterparts also since a new exporter's trademarks and reputation is usually unknown in the foreign market. Foreign customers may buy on the strength of distributing agent's reputation. A firm should therefore conduct a thorough evaluation of the distributor's facilities, the personnel handling its account and managements methods employed.
Another common difficultly for new exporter is the neglect of the export market once the domestic one booms: too many companies only concentrate on exporting when there is recession. Others may refuse to modify products to meet the regulations or cultural preferences of other countries. Local safety regulations cannot be ignored by exporters. If necessary modifications are not made at the factory the distributor must make them, this is usually at a greater cost and probably not as satisfactory as it should be. It should also be noted that the resulting smaller profit margin makes the account less attractive.
If exporters expect distributing agents to actively promote their accounts they must be trained and their performance must be continually monitored. This requires a company's marketing executive to be located permanently in the distributor's geographical areas until there is sufficient business to support the representative. The distributor should also be treated on an equal basis with domestic counterparts for e.g. special discount offers, sales incentive programmes and special credit terms should be available.
Considering a joint venture or licensing agreement is another option for new exporters. However, many companies still dismiss international marketing as unviable. There are a number of reasons for this. There may be import restrictions in the target market. The company may lack sufficient financial resources or its product line may be too limited. Yet many products that can compete on a national basis can be successful in the majority of world markets. In general, all that is needed for success is flexibility in using the proper combinations of marketing techniques.

Q. The writer states that some companies are reluctant to export because

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 14

“There are a number of reasons for this. There may be import restrictions in the target market”. Therefore, the answer is option 2.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 15

DIRECTIONS for the question: The word in bold has been used as different parts of speech in a few sentences. Choose the correct matches

Next

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 15

In 4th sentence the word next is acting as preposition, in sentence 3rd next basically qualifies noun "saturday" making it an adjective.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 16

Two cm of rain has fallen on a square km of land. Assuming that 50% of the raindrops could have been collected and contained in a pool having a 100 m × 10 m base, by what level would the water level in the pool have increased?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 16

Volume of rain water = Area of base x height = 1000000 x 2/100 = 20000 cu. Metre

Water stored in pool = 10000 cu. metre

∴ required water level = 10000/1000 = 10metre
Hence the answer is option B.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 17

If a, b, c are three positive integers such that a and b are in the ratio 3 : 4 while b and c are in the ratio 2 : 1, then which one of the following is a possible value of (a + b + c)?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 17

► a : b = 3 : 4 and b : c = 2 : 1
►Multiplying the second ratio by 2, we have
► a : b = 3 : 4
► b : c = 4 : 2
►Therefore, a : b : c = 3 : 4 : 2.
► a = 3k, b = 4k, c = 2k.
►Since a, b and c are positive integers, their sum should be 9k, a positive integer.
►From the options, only choice (3), which is 207, is a multiple of 9.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 18

After the division of a number successively by 3, 4 and 7 the remainders obtained are 2, 1 and 4 respectively. What will be the remainder if 84 divide the same number?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 18

►Since Dividend = Divisor × Quotient + Remainder, we have three divisors D1, D2, D3, as 3, 4, 7 and their respective remainders as R1, R2, Ras 2, 1, 4.

►Taking quotient Q= 1, we have D× Q3 + R3 = 7 × 1 + 4 = 11. Now 11 becomes Q2 for D2 and so on.

►Now solving 4 × 11 + 1 = 45, 3 × 45 + 2 = 137.
►Now when 84 divides 137 remainder is 53.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 19

How many words each of two vowels and three consonants can be formed from the letters of the word "UNIVERSAL"?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 19

►In the word UNIVERSAL, we have 4 vowels U, I, E and A and 5 consonants  N, V, R, L and S.

►We have to find the no. of words using 2 vowels and 3 consonants.

►∴ Total words = 4C2 × 5C3 × 5! = 6 × 10 × 120 = 7200.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 20

A dealer sold a radio at a loss of 20%. Had he sold it for Rs. 100 more, he would have lost 15%. For what value should he sell it in order to gain 25%? Also find the initial cost price respectively.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 20

►5% of the Cost Price = Rs. 100
►Cost Price = Rs. 2000
►Now, Profit required is 25% of  2000 = Rs. 500.
►Thus, Selling Price = Rs. 2500.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 21

DIRECTIONS for the question: Go through the pie chart/s given below and answer the question that follows.

PERCENTAGEWISE DISTRIBUTION OF PLAYERS WHO PLAY FIVE DIFFERENT SPORTS

Total Players are 4200 out of which Female Players are equal to 2000


Q. What is the difference between the number of the female players who play lawn tennis and the number of male players who play rugby?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 21


Using above table we get required difference = 440 - 346 = 94
Option A is the answer

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 22

DIRECTIONS for the question: Go through the pie chart/s given below and answer the question that follows.

PERCENTAGEWISE DISTRIBUTION OF PLAYERS WHO PLAY FIVE DIFFERENT SPORTS

Total Players are 4200 out of which Female Players are equal to 2000

Q. What is the total number of male players who play football, cricket and lawn tennis together

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 22

By using table we get total required = 454 + 670 + 610 = 1734
option  B is the answer

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 23

DIRECTIONS for the question: Go through the pie chart/s given below and answer the question that follows.

PERCENTAGEWISE DISTRIBUTION OF PLAYERS WHO PLAY FIVE DIFFERENT SPORTS

Total Players are 4200 out of which Female Players are equal to 2000

Q. What is the respective ratio of the number of female players who play cricket and number of male players who play hockey?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 23

By using above table required ratio = 800 : 120 = 20 : 3
option C is the answer

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 24

In a class, 62 boys fail both in English and Mathematics. 58 boys fail only in Mathematics. 34 boys fail only in English. If the percentage of boys failing overall is 40 percent, find the strength of the class?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 24

►Total students who failed = 58 + 62 + 34 = 154.

►Now, this 154 is equal to the 40 % of the total strength.

►Therefore, strength = 154 × (100 / 40 ) = 385.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 25

Four gardeners with four grass mowers can mow 400 square meters of ground in four hours. How long would it take for eight gardeners with eight grass mowers to mow 800 square meters of ground?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 25

►If 4 gardeners, 4 grass mowers and 400 sq meter ground can be mowed in 4 hours that means 1 gardener, 1 grass mower can mow 100 sq meter in 4 hrs.

►Hence, 8 gardeners, 8 grass mowers can mow 800 sq meter also in 4 hours.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 26

A beautiful equation is an equation whose roots are distinct and difference between roots is at least 26. Find the number of positive integral values of p if x2 – p x + 12 = 0 is a beautiful equation.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 26

Let roots are α & β
Then and α + β  = p and α β = 12.

► (α - β)2 = (α + β)2 - 4 α β
► p2 - 4(12)
► p2 - 48
Given |α - β| ≥ 26
► (α - β)2 ≥ 676
► p2 - 48 ≥ 676
► p2 ≥ 724
► p ∈ (-∞ - √724) ∪ (√724, ∞)

So, there is infinity many positive integral values of P.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 27

A letter lock consists of 4 rings, each ring contains 9 non-zero digits. This lock can be opened by setting four digit code with the proper combination of each of the 4 rings. Maximum how many codes can be formed to open the lock?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 27

►There are 9 non-zero digits to arrange themselves at 4 different positions.

►Each letter can be arranged at different positions in 9 different ways. 

►So, required number of ways = 9 × 9 × 9 × 9 = 94

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 28

The sum of the series 2/3 + 8/9 + 26/27 + 80/81 + 242/243 + ..... Upto n terms, is

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 28


Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 29

Two boats start from points A and B of a river and travel towards each other with the same speeds of 5 kmph. The first boat covers half the distance covered by the second boat when they meet. After that point the first boat increases its speed and both the boats reach their respective destinations at the same time. What was the stream speed and the increase in the speed of the boat?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 29

Let the initial distance between the point A and B be 3x km, the stream speed be s kmph and the increase in speed of the first boat be y kmph.

Since the speed of both the boats is same and the first boat covers half the distance covered by the second boat, so the first boat is moving upstream and second boat downstream.
Thus,

►x/(5 – s) = 2x/(5 + s)
►5x + sx = 10x – 2sx
►3sx = 5x
►s = 5/3 kmph.

After meeting, the first boat increases its speed and both reach their respective destinations at the same time, hence,

► 2x/(5 + y – 5/3) = x/(5 + 5/3)
► So, y = 10 kmph.

Hence option 1.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 30

ABCD is an isosceles trapezium such that AD || BC, AB = 5 cm, AD = 8 cm and BC = 14 cm. What is the area (in cm2) of trapezium?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 30

Let AE and DF are the perpendiculars dropped
As can be observed in figure,
BC can be divided as, BC = BE + EF + FC,
such that, EF = AD = 8 cm
and BE = FC = = 3 cm
Solving, AE = DF = = 4 cm
Area trapezium ABCD

► Area △ABE + Area rectangle AEFD + Area △CDF
► (1/2) x 3 x 4 + 8 x 4 + (1/2) x 3 x 4 = 44 cm2

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 31

A and B who are 1 km away from each other, start moving towards each other at speeds of 16 m/s and 24 m/s respectively. Each time they meet, they reduce their speeds to 7/9ths of their previous speeds respectively. What distance more has B traveled when they meet for the 8th time?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 31

► The 1st time they meet, the total distance covered by them will be 1 km.

► After that, both reach the opposite ends and turn back to meet somewhere in between.

► So, the total distance traveled by them between the 1st and the 2nd meeting is 2 km. This will be true of all subsequent meetings.

► So, the total distance traveled by them when they meet for the 8th time will be 1 + 7 × 2 = 15 km.

► Since the time taken is fixed,A and B will travel the 15 km in the ratio of their speeds, i.e., 2 : 3.

► Thus, B will have traveled (1/5) × 15 = 3 km more.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 32

A pipe can fill a tank in 15 minutes. A leak present 1/3 of height of tank results in 50% more time to fill the tank than the time taken when leak is present at 2/3 of height of tank. Find time taken to fill the tank when leak is present at 1/5th the height of tank.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 32

Let the leak can empty the tank in X min.
Then speed after the level of water raise to leak = 

Now for both cases i.e. first 1/3rd and last 1/3rd of tank is filled with same speed
In first case speed is  

so, 1/3 rd will be filled in  time.
But in 2nd case speed is 1/15 so 1/3rd will be filled in 5 min.

According to question, 

Solving it we will get X = 45
So if leak is at 1/5th then after leak it will be filled in 3 min.
For next 4/5th speed will be 

So, total time = 18 + 3 = 21 min.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 33

A survey conducted in a library shows that 3746 persons like to read thriller novels, 2829 persons like classical novels and 4225 like romantic novels. The number of persons who like both thriller and classical novels but not romantic novels is 30% of the number of persons who like only thriller novels. Number of persons who like both classical and romantic novels but not thriller novels is 50% of the number of persons who like only classical novels. The number of persons who like both thriller and romantic novels but not classical novels is 60% of the number of persons who like only romantic novels. If 108 persons like to read all the three types of novels, then find the total number of persons on whom the survey was done in the library. (All the persons surveyed like at least one of the three types of the novels)

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 33


►Let x, y and z be the number of persons who like to read only thriller, only romantic and only classical novels, respectively.

 x + 0.3x + 0.6y + 108 = 3746. i.e., 13x + 6y = 36380       .......(1)

 z + 0.3x + 0.5z + 108 = 2829. i.e., 3x + 15z = 27210       .........(2)

y + 0.6y + 0.5z + 108 = 4225. i.e., 16y + 5z = 41170        .........(3)  

(3) × 3 –(2) gives 16y – x = 32100                               ..........(4)
(4)× 13 + (1) gives y = 2120, x = 1820 and z = 1450

►Thus the total number of persons who were surveyed in the library

⇒ x + y + z + 0.3x + 0.6y + 0.5z + 108 = 1820 + 1450 + 2120 + 546 + 725 + 1272 + 108 = 8041

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 34

A chemist has x ml of salt water which contains x% salt. How many ml of water must be add to make a solution of x/2% salt?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 34

► Let x=50
► Thus salt =50 % of 50 = 25 & water= 25ml
► now we have to make salt 25% of mixture
► so 25% of new mixture = 25 
► i.e. new mixture will be = 100
► so 50ml water to be added to old mixture which is x
So option B

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 35

A money lender lent out Rs. 25,000 in two parts, one at 8 % and the other at 9 %. If the total annual income on the amount is Rs. 2,187.50, the money lent at 8 % is

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 35

Let the money lent at 8 % be x, than the money lent at 9% = (25000 - x)
According to question
► (8x)/100 + (25000 - x) × 9/100 = 2187.50
Solving we get , x = Rs 6250

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 36

DIRECTIONS for the question: Read the information given below and answer the question that follows.

i. There are 5 persons in a group - P, Q, R, S and T.
ii. In this group, there is one badminton player, one chess player and one tennis player.       
iii. P and S are unmarried ladies who do not play any games,
iv. No lady is either a chess player or a badminton player,
v. There is one married couple in this group of which T is the husband,
vi. Q is the brother of R and is neither a chess player nor a tennis player.

Q. Which of the following groups has only ladies?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 36

► P&S are unmarried ladies
► T is the husband that means (he is Male)
► Q is the brother of R. Hence Q is male and R is the wife of T.

► By above. The ladies in the group – PSR – Hence D is correct.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 37

DIRECTIONS for the question: Read the information given below and answer the question that follows.

i. There are 5 persons in a group - P, Q, R, S and T.
ii. In this group, there is one badminton player, one chess player and one tennis player.       
iii. P and S are unmarried ladies who do not play any games,
iv. No lady is either a chess player or a badminton player,
v. There is one married couple in this group of which T is the husband,
vi. Q is the brother of R and is neither a chess player nor a tennis player.

Q. Who is the tennis player?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 37

► P&S are unmarried ladies
► T is the husband that means (he is Male)
► Q is the brother of R. Hence Q is male and R is the wife of T.

► Tennis Player – R – Married lady.

Hence correct answer is option B.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 38

DIRECTIONS for the question: Read the information given below and answer the question that follows.

i. There are 5 persons in a group - P, Q, R, S and T.
ii. In this group, there is one badminton player, one chess player and one tennis player.       
iii. P and S are unmarried ladies who do not play any games,
iv. No lady is either a chess player or a badminton player,
v. There is one married couple in this group of which T is the husband,
vi. Q is the brother of R and is neither a chess player nor a tennis player.

Q. Who is the wife of T?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 38

► P&S are unmarried ladies
► T is the husband that means (he is Male)
► Q is the brother of R. Hence Q is male and R is the wife of T.

► Wife of T – R. Hence correct answer is option D.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 39

DIRECTIONS for the question: Select a figure from the alternatives, which when placed in the blank space of problem figure would complete the pattern.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 39

►The missing link should be identical and should be the mirror image of the link opposite to it.

►Hence there should be 3 shaded triangles, and thus the correct answer is option D.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 40

DIRECTIONS for the question: Read the information given below and answer the question that follows.

There were six persons U, V, W, X, Y, Z playing a game of cards. U's father, mother and uncle were in the group. There were two ladies in the group. 'V' the mother of 'U' got more points than her husband. 'X' got more points than 'Y' but less than 'Z'. Niece of 'Y' got lowest points. Father of 'U' got more points than 'Z' but could not win the game.

Q. Who is the husband of 'V' and what was his position in the game on the basis of points:

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 40

► X got more points than Y but less than Z
► X > Y ; Z > X > Y
► Father of U'' got more points than ''Z'' 
► so (Father of U) > Z > X > Y
► V'' the mother of ''U'' got more points than her husband

V > (Father of U) > Z > X > Y

► Niece of ''Y'' got lowest points
► So only person left is U and U is niece of Y 

V > (Father of U)> Z > X > Y > U

► and required Relations are :
► Father of U is W
► Mother of U is V
► Uncle of U is Y
► W is husband of V.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 41

An astronomical clock has its dial divided into 24 divisions instead of 12, and the small hand goes round in 24 hours, the large hand going round once every hour. The 24th hour is noon. Find when the hands are at right angles between 24 and 1.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 41

►Now, the hour hand covers = 15 degrees in 60 min.

►In 1 min. it covers 1/4 degrees and minute hand covers 360/60 = 6 degrees in 1 min.

►Relative speed of the minute hand is  degrees per min.

►Minute has to cover 90 degrees to make a right angle so it will take  min. past 24.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 42

Parvati Patil enters a forbidden chamber at the Hogwarts School of witchcraft and wizardry. She is cursed and petrified and placed on a stone S which moves 25 steps per year. There are two more stone blocks - A and B and they also move. But the movement of block S does not obstruct the movement of blocks A or B. A moves 5 steps towards B in a year and 4.5 steps in the direction away from B in the next year. B moves 9 steps in the direction away from A in a year and 11 steps towards A in the next year. However, when A moves towards B, B moves away from A and vice versa. The initial distance between A and B is 1000 steps. Parvati's curse will be lifted when blocks A and B bang each other. What is the sum of the distances travelled by-Parvati's block, block A and block B when the curse is lifted?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 42

►Block A and B move in the same direction in a year. B moves 9 steps away from its initial position in the first year and 11 steps towards A in the next.

►Thus, it moves 2 steps towards A in 2 years. Similarly, A moves 0.5 steps towards B in two years.

►Thus, A and B move 2.5 steps towards each other every two years.

►Hence, they will cover the distance of 1000 steps in 800 years. In this time, Parvati’s block will travel 800 × 25 = 20000 steps.

►Now, block A covers 5 + 4.5 = 9.5 steps in 2 years and block B covers 9 + 11 = 20 steps in 2 years.

►∴ Blocks A and B cover 400 × (9.5 + 20) = 400 × 29.5 = 11800 steps in 800 years.

►∴ Sum of the distances travelled by Parvati’s block, block A and block B = 11800 + 20000 = 31800 steps. Hence option 2.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 43

Which of the four cubes pictured below are correct view when the six squares are folded (in clockwise direction) into a cube?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 43

► 3 lies opposite the black dot
► Slanting line lies opposite W.
► 1 lies opposite O
► In option (2) 3 is on the adjacent face of  the black dot whereas it should be opposite.
► In option (3)  slanting line  is on the adjacent face of W whereas it should be opposite.
► In option (4) O is on the top and hence the positions of the black dot and W are not correct.
Hence first option is the answer.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 44

DIRECTIONS for the question: In the question below, a statement is followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. 

Statement: Should the fees of all the private professional colleges be made equal to those of the government professional colleges?
Arguments: 
I. No private colleges need additional funds to maintain quality of education.
II. Yes, otherwise a large number of meritorious students will not be able to study in these colleges given the exorbitantly high fees.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 44

►As private colleges do not get any aid, they need more funds to maintain quality of education.

►Hence option (1) is strong.On the other hand the exorbitant fees will prevent meritorious students from studying in these colleges.So option (2) is also strong. Since both the arguments are strong, so, D.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 45

Seventy percent of the employees in a multinational corporation have VCD players, 75 percent have microwave ovens, 80 percent have ACs and 85 percent have washing machines. At least what percentage of employees has all four gadgets?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 45

► VCD = 70% Microwave = 75% ACS = 80% Washing M/c = 85%
► Least percentage of employees having both VCD and Microwave = 70 + 75 - 100 = 45%
► Least percentage having all 3 - VCD, Microwave, ACs = 45 + 80 - 100 = 25%
► Least percentage having all 4 = 25% + 85% - 100% = 10%

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 46

The minute hand of a clock overtakes the hour hand at intervals of 64 minutes of correct time. How many minutes in a day does the clock lose or gain?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 46

In a correct clock, the minute hand gains 55 min spaces over the hour hand in 60 min.

To be together again, the minute had must gain 60 min over the hour hand.

We know that 60 min are gained in (60/55) x 60 = 65(5/11)min. But they are together after 64 min.

Gain in 64 min = 65(5/11) - 64 = 1(5/11) = 16/11 min.

∴ Gain in 24 hrs 

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 47

Mohan is thirteen from the left end in a row of children. Prabir is twelfth from the right end and eighteenth from the left end. How many children are towards the right of Mohan in that row?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 47

►Prabir is 12th from right and 18th from left, therefore in total there are (12 + 18 - 1) = 29 children.

►Now, if Mohan is 13th from left, there should be (29 - 13) = 16 children on his right.

►Therefore the correct answer is option (D).

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 48

DIRECTIONS for the question: Solve the following question and mark the best possible option.

In a joint family of seven persons L, M, N, O, P, Q and R, two are married couple.
'R' is a housewife and her husband is a lawyer. 'N' is the wife of ‘M’, ‘L' is an engineer and is the grand-daughter of 'R' and 'O' is the father-in-law of ‘N’, a doctor, and father of ‘P’, a professor. 'Q' is L's brother and M's son.

Q. Who is M's father?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 48

A flow chart of family is drawn as shown above. Circle denotes the female and a square denotes a male.
(?) Symbol tells that sex of the person is not known.
O is M's father.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 49

DIRECTIONS for the question: In this question, the first two words are related in a particular manner. You have to choose a word from the options so that a new pair of words is formed where the relation is the same as in the case of the given pair of words. The question stem has the first word of the second pair. You may have to consider the secondary meaning of certain words while choosing an answer.

Piety : Pilgrim :: Curiosity : _________

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 49

Piety is found in a pilgrim. Likewise curiosity is found in an explorer

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 50

DIRECTIONS for the question: Solve the following question and mark the best possible option.

ADCB : KNML : : EHGF : ?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 50

The relationship is + 10 in each letter. Hence EHGF becomes ORQP

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 51

DIRECTIONS for the question: Solve the following question and mark the best possible option.

Which of the following figures will complete the question figure?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 51

To complete the pattern Figure D is the correct match,

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 52

DIRECTIONS for the question: Solve the following question and mark the best possible option.

Find out missing number in the given series.
1, 9, 17, 33, 49, 73,...

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 52

►The series follows the pattern +8, +8, +16, +16, +24.

►Therefore, answer is 73 + 24 = 97

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 53

DIRECTIONS for the question: Go through all the option and mark the one which is odd.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 53

►All other figures can be rotated into each other.

►Option A is the one, which cannot be made by rotating the other figures.

Hence the answer is option 1.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 54

DIRECTIONS for the question: Solve the following question and mark the best possible option.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 54

The logic used is that take the first letter of the word represented by pictures i.e.
► (B)EE - (4) Fingers - (U)MBRELLA = B4U
► (M)ONKEY - (T)EA - (V)ICTORY = MTV
► (N)OSE - (D)OG - (T)EA - (V)ICTORY = NDTV
Since all are TV channels so only option is 3rd which is STAR PLUS

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 55

DIRECTIONS for the question: In the question given below which one of the answer figures should come after the problem figures given, if the sequence were continued?

What comes next in the series?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 55

► Here, the letters in sequence K, L and M are written. So, next letter will be N.
► Also, the letters are  rotated by 90 degrees clockwise.
► Therefore, the correct answer is option C.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 56

Assume that the moon takes exactly 30 days to complete the cycle and also assume that it rises in the East exactly at 6.48 p.m. on the first day. On the fourth day, at what time will it rise?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 56

►After 30 days, the moon will rise again at 6:48 p.m.

►This means that the timing for moonrise goes through 24 hours in a 30 day period.

►This means that each day the timing of moonrise will move ahead by 24/30 hours = 48 minutes.

►So, on 4th day, the timing will move ahead by 144 minutes, i.e., 2 hours 24 minutes.

►So on the fourth day, the moon will rise at 9:12 p.m.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 57

Which of the following gives the exact number of seconds in the last six complete weeks of 2014?

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 57

The exact number of seconds in six complete weeks is 6 × 7 × 24 × 60 × 60 = 6 × 7 × (3 × 8) × ( 2 × 5 × 6) × (3 × 4 × 5)
► 1 × 2 × 3 × 4 × 5 × 6 × 7 × 8 × 9 × 10 = 10!.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 58

Number of times the hands of a clock are in a straight line (180°) every day is

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 58

In one hour, the hands of the clock will be in straight line only once and in 12 hour period they will be in straight line 11 times.

So in one day i.e. in 24 hours, they will be 22 times opposite to each other.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 59

DIRECTIONS for the question: Solve the following question and mark the best possible option.

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 59

The arrangement is : 5 + 3 =8, 8 + 4 = 12, 12 + 1 = 13.

So, the missing number is 12.

Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 60

DIRECTIONS for the question: Solve the following question and mark the best possible option.

The city K is 30 km to the southeast of Z while Y is 50 km to the northwest of K. Also, H is 38 km to the southeast of Y. L lies in the direct route between Y and K and its distance from H is 14 km. G also lies on this route and is exactly midway between L and Y.

A car starting from K at 9 a.m. and running at a constant speed towards Y reaches H at 9.24 a.m. and then reaches G at

Detailed Solution for Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 4 - Question 60


►Option 2 is the right answer. Car covers 12 Km in 24 minutes which mean 1 Km in 2 minutes.

►Distance between K and G is 38 Km which will be covered in 76 minutes.

►If car starts at 9:00 it will be reaching G at 10:16.

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