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International Bird Festival recently concluded in February 2018 in which of the following National Parks?
Which of the following primates are very poor tree climbers?
Which is the Indian state which produces the most amount of rice?
Which of the following animals found in India is on the list of Endangered Animals Status?
Which of the following countries is a member of the OECD  Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development?
”City of Joy” is the nickname of a city in which Indian state?
Dum Dum International Airport is located in which city?
Which of the following is NOT one of the great observatories of NASA?
Which of the following cities is the farthest away from the Tropic of Cancer?
In election commission, how many members are there currently?
The type of force that acts between two dissimilar objects is called …
Who has recently taken over as the new Chief of Staff Western Naval Command in January 2018?
Which of the following diseases can be prevented by vaccines?
Which of the following cities in India produces the highest quantity of leather?
Some reptiles like frogs and crocodiles bask in the sun to maintain their body temperature. This is the reason why they are called …
Which of the following countries is not a member of the NSG Nuclear Suppliers Group?
The phenomenon by which fine, fertile soil gets swept away by flowing water leaving the land unsuitable for agriculture is called ...
A close association between two or more organisms belonging to different species that helps in the survival of each of them is called …
Which of the following cities is the southernmost in India?
Who is the third astronaut who traveled to the Moon along with Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin?
Which of the following city called as “City of Seven Islands”?
Who among the following is famous Indian classical dancer and theosophist?
Which article of India constitution provides for election commission?
We all know that Lotus Temple is the famous temple located in New Delhi it is open for which religion?
Which of the following is the correct Abbreviation of PACS?
Which of the following is a metal which is in liquid state at room temperature?
What is the chemical present in plants that is essential for photosynthesis to happen?
ich of the following is the correct Abbreviation of NSSO?
Who is the present Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA?
The brain and the spinal cord are the major organs belonging to the … system.
Which one of the following petroleum refinery product has the lowest boiling point?
Which of the following body organ is the same size as your nose?
The smallest distance that can be measured using a measuring device is called ?
Three of the four options given below are related in a certain way. Find the odd man out
Which of the following cities is the capital of Tripura?
Rashtriya Vayoshri Yojana aimed at providing Physical Aids and Assisted Living Devices for Senior Citizens belonging to BPL Families is a ambitious programme of which of the following Ministries of Government of India ?
Normal Reaction on the surface of an object touching a surface acts …. the object.
In medical terms, many diseases end with the root “oma”. What is the meaning of “oma”?
Ravi started his journey from his house to office with 40 kmph speed, it took 2hrs for him to reach his office. Then find the time at which he reached his home if he travels at a speed of 30 kmph ?
A and B invested some money in a business. A invested Rs. 12000 for 8 months while B invested Rs. 8000 for the entire year. Find the ratio of A's share to B's share in the profit?
Ratio of shares = (12000*8) : (8000*12) = 96 : 96 = 1 : 1(12000∗8):(8000∗12)=96:96=1:1
So the answer is option C.
Nithya wants to purchase 12 chocolates, 15 pencils, 13 pens. Cost of 1 pencil is 3/, cost of 2 pens is 10/ and cost of chocolate is 2/. Then find the total cost ?
Cost of 1 pencil is 3/, cost of 2 pens is 10/ and cost of chocolate is 2/
Cost of 1 pencil is 3/, cost of 1 pens is 5/ and cost of chocolate is 2/
Cost of 12 chocolates, 15 pencils, 13 pens = 12(2)+15(3)+13(5) = 24+45+65 = 134/
So the answer is option B.
Find LCM of two numbers, whose product is 864 and HCF is 12 ?
LCM*HCF = Product of numbers
LCM*12 = 864
LCM = 72
So the answer is option A.
Find the greatest fraction amongst 13/12, 14/13, 15/14 & 16/15 ?
13/12= 1.083
14/13= 1.076
15/14= 1.071
16/15=1.066
So 13/12 is greater than all three remaining fractions.
So the answer is option D.
SHORT CUT:
a/b > c/d, if and only if ad > bc.
Lets compare 13/12 & 14/13==> 13*13 = 169 & 14*12 = 168.==> 169>168 So 13/12 > 14/13
Now, compare 13/12 & 15/14 and 13/12 & 16/15 in the same way, we will get 13/12 is the greatest among all four.
So the answer is option D.
123.45 + 6789.01  2345.67 = 6912.46  2345.67 = 4566.79
So the answer is option C.
In a cricket match, Dhoni scored 46 runs while Raina scored 23 runs. By what percentage did Dhoni outscore Raina?
Dhoni's score = 46
Raina's score = 23
Difference = 46  23 = 23
answer = \frac{4623}{23}\times 100 = \frac{23}{23}\times 100 = 1002346−23×100=2323×100=100%
So the answer is option C.
An item was purchased for 2000/. It's price was marked up by 10% and a discount of 20% was given on it. What is the overall loss/profit percentage?
CP = 2000/
SP = (10.2)(1+0.1)(2000) = (0.8)(1.1)(2000) = 1760/
Loss = 20001760 = 240
Loss % = \frac{240}{2000}\times 100 = 122000240×100=12%
So the answer is option D.
Ramesh deposits Rs. 30000 in a bank for three years at simple interest. If the interest earned by him was Rs. 12600, what is the rate of interest?
So the answer is option A.
Find the length of a platform crossed by a train of length 600meter in 2 minutes, which is travelling with 54kmph?
Speed = 54kmph = 54*(5/18) = 15 m/s
Let x be the length of the platform, then
Distance = Speed*time
(x+600) = 15*120
x+600 = 1800
x = 1200
So the answer is option D.
6 years earlier, the ages of Suresh & Ramesh are in the ratio 5:6. Suresh will be 45 years old nine years from now. What is the age of Ramesh 15 years from now?
Age of Suresh after 9 years from now is 45 ==> present age of suresh = 459 = 36
Let x be the present age of Ramesh
Before 6 years, Age of suresh = 366 = 30 & age of ramesh = x6
Their ratio = 5::6
30/(x6) = 5/6
x = 42
Age of Ramesh after 15 years = 42+15 = 57
So the answer is option D.
Find the average number of days per month in the year 1994 ?
1994 has 365 days
average days per month = \frac{365}{12} = 30.416612365=30.4166
So the answer is option B.
Find the area(in sq cm) of a regular hexagon of side 4 cm ?
Area of regular hexagon =
So the answer is option C.
So the answer is option D.
Find the no.of cubes of side 2cm, that can be extracted from a cuboid of length 12 cm, breadth 8 cm and height 10 cm ?
Volume of cuboid = lbh = 12*8*10 = 960 cm³
Volume of cube = 2³ = 8 cm³
No.of cubes = \frac{960}{8} = 1208960=120
So the answer is option B.
For any value of x, sin^{1}x + cos^{1}x = \pi/2sin−1x+cos−1x=π/2
Lets take x = 1/2
sin^{1}(1/2) + cos^{1}(1/2) = 30 + 60 = 90sin−1(1/2)+cos−1(1/2)=30+60=90°= \pi/2π/2
So the answer is option A.
A shopkeeper mixed TypeA rice with TypeB rice in the ratio 4:1. Cost prices of TypeA rice and TypeB rice are 40/per kg and 35/per kg respectively. By selling the mixture he earned 12% profit. Find the approximate selling price per kg of mixture ?
Let the shopkeeper mixed 4 kgs of Type A & 1 kg of Type B.
CP of mixture = 4(40)+1(350 = 195/ per 5 kgs = 195/5 per kg = 39/ per kg
Selling price = 112% of (39) = 1.12(39) = 43.68 \sim∼ 43.5/ per kg
So the answer is option C.
Select the option that is different from the other 3 options
ohannesburg is not one of the capitals of South Africa.
Cape town is the legislative capital of South Africa.
Pretoria is the administrative capital of South Africa.
Bloemfontein is the judicial capital of South Africa.
Therefore, option B is the right answer.
Select the option that is different from the other 3 options:
Toad is an amphibious animal. Snake, crocodile and lizard are reptiles. Therefore, option B is the right answer.
Which of the following numbers must continue the series?
3, 8, 15, 24, 35, 48, ?
1*3 = 3
2*4 = 8
3*5 = 15
4*6 = 24
5*7 = 35
6*8 = 48
7*9 = 63
Therefore, option B is the right answer.
6 friends A, B, C, D, E and F are staying in a 6 storied apartment. The floors are numbered from 1 to 6  1 being the lowest and 6 being the highest. A and E live on oddnumbered floors. Neither of them lives on floor 1. D and B live on floors above A. F lives on an even numbered floor. D does not live on the floor between A and E. How many persons live between C and B?
A and E live on odd numbered floor but neither of them lives on floor 1. Therefore, A and E must be living on floors 3 and 5, in no particular order.
D and B live on floors above A. Therefore, D and B must be living on floors 4 and 6 in no particular order.
D does not live on the floor between A and E. Therefore, D must be living on floor 6 and B must be living on floor 4. F lives on an even numbered floor. Therefore, F must be living on floor 2 and C must be living on floor 1.
The final arrangement is as follows:
1  C
2  F
3  A/E
4  B
5  A/E
6  D
2 persons live between B and C. Therefore, option B is the right answer.
Which of the following options can be a part of the series given below?
CDG, BFH, FHN, OCR , ?
Let us replace the alphabets with numbers.
CDG  (3,4,7)
BFH  (2,6,8)
FHN  (6,8,14)
OCR  (15,3,18)
As we can see, the position of the third letter in the alphabetical series is the sum of the positions of the first 2 letters.
Now, let us evaluate the options.
SDV  (19, 4, 22)
IHQ  (9, 8, 17)
SEY  (19,5,25)
PDU  (16,4,21).
Only IHQ satisfies the condition of the position of the third letter being the sum of the positions of the first 2 letters. Therefore, option B is the right answer.
If SLAIN is coded as TNDMS, what will be TREAD coded as?
S + 1 = T
L + 2 = N
A + 3 = D
I + 4 = M
N + 5 = S
Using the same logic,
T + 1 = U
R + 2 = T
E + 3 = H
A+ 4 = E
D + 5 = I
TREAD will be coded as UTHEI. Therefore, option B is the right answer.
If, ‘+’ is coded as ‘&’, ‘*’ is coded as ‘$’, ‘/’ is coded as ‘@’, ‘‘ is coded as ‘!’then what is the value of 47 ! 252 @ 7 & 16 $ 3?
47 ! 252 @ 7 & 16 $ 3 would mean 47  (252/7) + 16 * 3 = 47  36 + 48 = 59
Hence, option B is right choice.
If 253 & 94 = 159 and 26 # 11 = 286, then what is the value of 326 & 19 # 8?
326 & 19 # 8 = 326  (19*8) = 174
Hence, option C is the right answer.
Which of the following Venn diagrams represents the relationship between Moon, Satellite, Planet, Pluto, Mars and Earth?
Mars and Earth are planets. Moon is a satellite. Pluto is neither a planet nor a satellite.
The diagram must contain 2 nonintersecting circles inside a large circle (Planets), 1 small circle inside a large circle (Moon is a satellite) and 1 isolated circle (to represent Pluto). Only option C satisfies these conditions and hence, it is the right answer.
If square represents singers, circle represents swimmers and hexagon represents dancers, the number of swimmers who are dancers but not singers is
Number of swimmers who are dancers but not singers is represented by the area of the circle common to the hexagon but not common to the square. As we can see from the diagram, 19 people are swimmers and dancers but not singers. Therefore, option A is the right answer.
In the question below a statement is followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken in for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and then decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Statement:
A riot broke out in a college over an issue. Students went on a rampage and destroyed properties. The college management immediately declared a week holiday to control the problem.
Assumptions:
I. The students perpetrated the entire events to get some holidays.
II. Providing some time will help to cool down the temper of the students.
The purpose of declaring a holiday is to avoid further damage. Declaring holidays will prevent students from gathering at a common spot, which is conducive to a violent riot to perpetrate. Therefore, the purpose of declaring a holiday is to get some time to delve into the issue with a sane mind. Hence, only assumption II is implicit and hence, option B is the right answer.
In the question below a statement is followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken in for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and then decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Statement:
The Government of a nation has recently announced that currency notes of large denominations will be invalid in an effort to curtail black money. Also, it has introduced a maximum cap on the amount of gold that one can store in one’s house.
Assumptions:
I: Currencies of large denominations make the process of storing black money easier.
II: Currencies are the only form in which black money is stashed illegally by people.
The Government declared currencies of large denominations invalid under the assumption that it makes the process of storing black money easier. Therefore, assumption I is implicit.
The fact that the government has put a cap on the amount of gold that can be stored implies that the government recognizes the fact that black money can be stored in forms other than currencies too. Therefore, assumption II is not implicit. Only assumption I is implicit and hence, option A is the right answer.
Select the option that bears the same relationship as the terms given in the question:
AN : CP :: ER : ?
A and N have 12 letters between them. The next term starts with C ( A letter that is 2 places after A in the alphabetical series).
C and P have 12 letters between them in the alphabetical series.
E and R have 12 letters between them in the alphabetical series. The next term must start with G.
G and T have 12 letters between them. Therefore, GT must be the next term. Hence, option B is the right answer.
Select the option that bears the same relationship as the words given in the question:Bangladesh: Dhaka :: Myanmar : ?
Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. Similarly, Naypyidaw is the capital of Myanmar. The capital of Myanmar was changed from Rangoon to Naypyidaw in 2005. Therefore, option D is the right answer.
Select which of the statements given will be sufficient to solve the problem given below:
5 friends A, B, C, D, and E have 2, 3, 5,7 and 9 coins with them, not necessarily in the same order. The difference between the number of coins with B and C is equal to the number of coins with D. The sum of the number of coins with B and C is equal to the number of coins with E. Which of the following statements will be sufficient to determine the number of coins with each of the 5 persons uniquely?
Statement I: The sum of the number of coins with D and E is 1 greater than the number of coins with A.
Statement II: B has more coins than D
Let the number of coins with A, B, C, D and E be a, b, c, d and e respectively.
b  c = d
b and c can be (2,5), (3,5) , (5,7) and (7,9) in any order.
b + c = e
b and c can only be (2,5).
Therefore, the number of coins with D must be 3, E must be 7 and A must be 9.
The number of coins with B and C can be (2,5) in any order.
Statement I states that the sum of the number of coins with D and E is 1 greater than the number of coins with A. This condition does not help us to fix the number of coins with B and C. Therefore, statement I is insufficient.
Statement II states that B has more coins than D. Therefore, B must have 5 coins and C must have 2 coins. Therefore, statement II alone is sufficient to determine the number of coins with each of the 5 persons uniquely. Therefore, option B is the right answer.
If ‘Flights are avians’ is coded as ‘pa ru da’ and ‘Birds are not avians’ is coded as ‘ru pa la na’ which of the following cannot be the code for ‘Birds are flights’?
As we can see, the code for ‘flights’ is ‘da’. The code for ‘are’ and ‘avians’ is ‘pa’ and ‘ru’ in any order. Similarly, the code for ‘Birds’ and ‘not’ is ‘na’ and ‘la’ in any order. Therefore, the code for ‘Birds are flights’ must contain ‘da’, exactly one among ‘pa’ and ‘ru’ and exactly one among ‘na’ and ‘la’. Option A violates this condition and hence, option A is the right answer.
If ‘Camera is on’ is coded as ‘ pa ba hu’ and ‘DSLR is a camera’ is coded as ‘od ba di pa’, which of the following cannot be the code for ‘A DSLR is on a Camera’?
The code for ‘camera’ and ‘is’ is ‘pa’ and ‘ba’ in any order. The code for ‘DSLR’ and ‘a’ must be ‘od’ and ‘di’ in any order. One of these 2 codes must be used twice and the other must be used once. All other codes must be used exactly once. Option D violates this condition and hence, option D is the right answer.
If ‘How are you’ is coded as ‘tr we me’, ‘You are fine’ is coded as ‘me tr gu’, and ‘I am fine’ is coded as ‘od gu ka’, which of the following can be the code for ‘How fine am I’?
From the second and the third sentences, we can infer that the code for ‘fine’ is ‘gu’. The code for ‘I’ and ‘am’ is ‘od’ and ‘ka’ in any order. Similarly, the code for ‘You’ and ‘are’ is ‘me’ and ‘tr’ in any order. The code for ‘how’ is ‘we’.
The code for ’How fine am I’ must consist of ‘we’, ‘gu’ and both ‘od’ and ‘ka’. Only option C satisfies this condition. Hence, option C is the right answer.
Preetha starts from her home and walks 20 m towards the West. She takes a right turn and walks 15 m. Then, she takes a left turn and walks 20 m. Finally, she takes a 45 m. How far is she from the starting point and which direction is she facing?
The given conditions can be expressed diagrammatically as follows.
Total EastWest distance travelled  20 + 20 = 4020+20=40m
Total NorthSouth distance travelled  45  15 = 3045−15=30m
Using Pythagoras theorem, we can find the distance between the starting point and the ending point.
Distance = \sqrt{ 40^2 + 30^2}402+302
= \sqrt {2500}2500
= 5050 m.
Also, Preetha is facing the South. Therefore, option A is the right answer.
There are 5 members in a family  A, B, C, D and E. The family spans 3 generations and contains 2 married couples. E is the son of A and husband of B. E is related to C the same way D is related to B. How is D related to A?
E is the son of A and husband of B. Therefore, B must be a female member. C is related to E the same way B is related to D. Therefore, E must be the son of C and D must be the son of B. D is the grandson of A.
Therefore, option B is the right answer.
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