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Who has recently become the first Indian to win an Individual Medal at Gymnastics World Cup?
What is the chemical formula for Quinine which is obtained from cinchona tree?
Which among the following has the highest affinity for Hemoglobin?
The donor of AB blood group can donate to recipient of blood group
The Tropic of Cancer does not pass through which of these countries?
In a scooter, in which part is the petrol atomized and mixed in correct proportion with the
Preventing rain water to runoff and its accumulation and deposition for reuse on site is called
Mohiniyattam is a popular dance form of which of the following states?
What is the minimum age requirement to be the President of India?
Which law of physics makes a perpetual motion machine impossible?
The heat from Sun reaches Earth through space by which of the following heat transfer methods?
Which of the following Indian armed forces command is going to host the MILAN exercise in March 2018?
Who is the first Indian sportsperson to have a stamp released after him during his lifetime?
The donor of AB blood group can donate to recipient of blood group
Which of the following Countries is not a member country of SAARC?
What is the value of total hardness acceptable in potable water as per Indian Standards ?
Which state is also referred to as “the abode of clouds”?
Many religions mention that God is present everywhere. This characteristic is called …
The number of articles present in the Indian Constitution when it was originally adopted by the Constituent Assembly was?
Bhagoria is the state Festival of which of the following States ?
Which planet is called as ‘God of the Sea’ named after the Roman gods?
Which of the following is the correct abbreviation of CVC?
Which of the following is known as the ‘power house of the cell’?
Which of the following is the correct abbreviation of CCEA?
Which of the following Countries is not a member of the World Trade Organisation?
The term epicenter is related to which of the following?
When the National development council was established?
In the human body , where is the rotator cuff muscle situated?
Which gas does plants use in the photosynthesis process?
The phenomenon by which light bends when it travels from one medium to another is called
Which of the following cities would be the first to experience the sunset in the evenings?
Which of the following football team won the 2017 UEFA Champions League trophy?
Which of these is one of the main components of Duralumin in addition to Aluminium?
Duralumin contains Copper, Magnesium and Manganese in addition to Aluminium.
Study of an internal structure of an organism is called?
Tippani is the dance form of which of the following States?
The flagship programme for Handlooms Sector by Government of India  National Handloom Development Programme is implemented under which of the following Ministries?
The quote, 'Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee' is attributed to which famous sportsman?
Find the speed of the river, if a boat took 12 hrs to travel upstream and 4 hrs to travel downstream. Assume speed of the boat in still water is 4kmph ?
Let x be the speed of the river.
During upstream, speed = 4x kmph , time = 12hrs
During downstream, speed = 4+x kmph, time = 4hrs
(4x)(12) = (4+x)(4)
4812x = 16+4x
32 = 16x
x = 2
So the answer is option D.
Sumeeth and Pranav started a business with initial investments of 3000/ and 5000/ respectively. After 8 months, Sumeeth left the business. The business made a profit of 490/ at the end of the year. What is the share of Pranav?
If the cost of 4 chocolates and 2 pens is 26/ and the cost of 3 pens and 3 chocolates is 30/. Then find the cost of one pen ?
Let price of 1 chocolate = c
Price of 1 pen = p
4c+2p = 26 ==> 2c+p = 13(1)
3p+3c = 30 ==> p+c = 10(2)
(1)2(2) ==> 2c+p2p2c = 1320
==> p = 7
==> p = 7
So the answer is option A.
Find the HCF of two numbers whose LCM is 38 and product of those two numbers is 266 ?
LCM*HCF = product of two numbers
(38)*HCF = 266
HCF = 7
So the answer is option D.
So the answer is option C.
600\div 12 \times \frac{1}{2} \div 5 = 50 \times 1/10 = 5600÷12×21÷5=50×1/10=5
So the answer is option B.
Which of the following numbers is in Hexadecimal system ?
Hexa decimal system has 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F
Only Option D has these digits and letters, remaining all have letters other than these.
So the answer is option D.
x % of y = y % of x
similarly, 257% of 489 = 489% of 257
So the answer is option B.
By selling 24 items, a shopkeeper earned a profit equal to the selling price of 4 items, then find the profit percentage ?
Let SP of 1 item = 10/
SP of 24 items = 240/
Profit = SP of 4 items = 40/
CP = SP  profit = 240  40 = 200/
Profit % = \frac{40}{200}\times 100 = 2020040×100=20%
So the answer is option C.
Raghu deposits Rs. 2000 in a bank which gives him a compound interest at 10% p.a. The total amount he receives is Rs. 2662. What is the number of years he deposited the money?
So the answer is option B.
Find the difference between speeds of two trains of lengths 600 meters and 800 meters respectively, which are moving in the same direction, and cross each other in 70 seconds ?
The ratio of the present ages of Ravi's brother and his mother is 1:2. The sum of the ages of all three is 83. It is known known that Ravi is 3 years elder than his brother. How old will Ravi be 5 years from now?
Let the age of Ravi's brother = x
His mother age = 2x
Ravi's age = x+3
Sum of all 3 ages = 83
x+2x+x+3 = 83
4x = 80
x = 20
Age of Ravi = x+3 = 23
Age of Ravi after 5 years = 23+5 = 28
So the answer is option C.
Sridevi was born on 1381963 and died on 2422018. Find her exact age ?
1381963 to 1282017 = 54 years
1382017 to 1222018 = 6 months
1322018 to 2422018 = 12 days
So the answer is option A.
Which of the following points, lies on the line perpendicular to xy = 0 ?
the line perpendicular to xy = 0 is x+y = 0(1)
only (3, 3) satisfies (1)
So the answer is option C.
In a triangle ABC, the median from A passes through a point on the side BC, find that point if A(2,4) B(1,3) C(5, 1) ?
Median from A passes through the midpoint of BC, B(1,3) C(5, 1)
Mid point of BC =
So the answer is option A.
In a cricket ground, a batsman hit the ball straight and it hit the roof of commentary box at a point P which is at a height of 49 meters from the ground level. Find the approximate distance between batsman and bowler, if the angles of elevation of P from the bowler and batsman are 35° and 30° respectively ? (take tan 35°=0.7)
Tan35° = 49/y
0.7 = 49/y
y = 70
Tan30° = 49/(x+y)
1/√3 = 49/(x+70)
x+70 = 49√3
x+70 = 84.87
x = 84.8770 = 14.87 \sim∼ 15 meters
So the answer is option D.
Sum of 4 times of a fraction and its reciprocal is 4, find that fraction ?
Let the fraction be 1/x
Hence the fraction is 1/x = 1/2
So the answer is option D.
Find the ratio in which a milkman should add water to the milk of 40/ per litre so that he can sell the mixture for 35/ per litre and not lose any money.
Let the ratio of milk and water = m:n
Cost of water = 0/
40(m)+0(n) = 35(m+n)
40m = 35m+35n
5m = 35n
m/n = 7/1
So the answer is option B.
Select the option that is different from the other 3 options:
Select the option that is different from the other 3 options:
Except plastic, the other 3 items can be derived from living organisms. Therefore, plastic is the odd one and hence, option A is the right answer.
Find the number which will replace ‘?’.6, 25, 62, 123, ?
The series follows the following pattern  n^{3}  2n3−2, n = 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, ….n=2,3,4,5,6,….
2 ^{3 } 2 = 6
3^{ 2}  2 =25
4 ^{3}  2 = 62
5 ^{3}  2 =123
6 ^{3}  2 = 214
5 friends A, B, C, D and E live on 5 floors of a building. The floors are numbered from 1 to 5, 5 being the topmost floor and 1 being the lowest floor. D lives on a floor above A but below that of E. B lives on a floor above D but below the one in which E lives. C lives on a floor above E. Who lives on floor number 2?
D lives on a floor above A but below E. B lives on a floor above D but below E. C lives above E. Therefore, the arrangement is as follows:
5  C
4  E
3  B
2  D
1  A
As we can see, D lives on floor 2. Hence, option D is the right answer.
Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the seriesWUY, ZXB, CAE, FDH, ?
W  2 = U; U + 4 = Y and Y + 1 = Z
So on, we get, H + 1 = I; I  2 = G; G + 4 = K
Hence, option B is the correct choice.
In a certain language ‘LACE’ is coded as ‘QWVZ’ and ‘DISH’ is coded as ‘ARYN’. How will ‘SLICE’ be written as?
‘LACE’ is coded as ‘QWVZ’ and ‘DISH’ is coded as ‘ARYN’. So letters and their codes are,
L > Q
A > W
C > V
E > Z
D > A
I > R
S > Y
H > N
So ‘SLICE’ must be coded as ‘YQRVZ’.
Hence, option B is the right answer.
If 27 & 2 = 729 and 228 # 12 = 19, then what is the value of 204 & 17 # 3?
27^2 = 729 and 228/12 = 19
204/17 = 12
12^3 = 1728
Hence, option C is the right answer.
If, ‘+’ is coded as ‘!’, ‘*’ is coded as ‘$’, ‘’ is coded as ‘@’, ‘/‘ is coded as ‘#’then what is the value of 57 @ 36 # 3 ! 8 $ 4?
57 @ 36 # 3 ! 8 $ 4 would mean 57  (36/3) + (8*4) = 57  12 + 32 = 77
Hence, option B is right choice.
Which of the following diagrams captures the relationship between birds, bats, mammals, reptiles, frogs?
Bat is a mammal. Frog is not a reptile. Therefore, there must be 3 distinct non intersecting circles, representing birds, reptiles and frog. Also, there must be a larger circle containing a smaller circle since bat is a mammal. Only option C satisfies these conditions and hence, option C is the right answer.
In the following diagram, circle represents the number of people who speak English, trapezium represents the number of people who speak Mandarin and triangle represents the number of people who speak Spanish and hexagon represents the number of people who can speak French. The number of people who can speak at least 2 and at most 3 languages is
The number of people who speak at least 2 and at most 3 languages = Number of people who speak 2 languages + Number of people who speak 3 languages.
From the diagram, the number of people who speak 2 languages = 6 + 10 + 22 + 7 = 45
Number of people who speak 3 languages = 17 + 11 = 38
Therefore, the number of people who speak at least 2 and at most 3 languages = 45 + 38 = 83.
Therefore, option C is the right answer.
A statement is given followed by 2 assumptions. Check which of the 2 assumptions can be termed as valid underlying assumptions concerning the even described by the statement.
Delhi Government introduced oddeven scheme to curb the pollution levels in the city. According to this plan, privately owned vehicles with odd number plates will be allowed only on alternate days and on the remaining days, only vehicles (Privately owned) with even number plates will be allowed.
Assumption 1: Vehicles are one of the major contributors to pollution in Delhi city and hence, curbing vehicular pollution can mitigate the pollution levels.
Assumption 2: Oddeven scheme will force people to work from home, preventing them from getting exposed to polluted air.
From the given statement, we can infer that the scheme will reduce the number of vehicles on road, thereby reducing the emissions. Therefore, vehicular exhaust must have been a major contributor to the pollution in the city. Assumption 1 is valid.
Assumption 2 states that people will be forced to work from home, reducing their time of exposure to the polluted air. Not all jobs can be done from home. Moreover, banning vehicles to reduce exposure will be an inefficient and round about way. Therefore, assumption 2 cannot be said to be valid. Hence, option A is the right answer.
A statement is given followed by 2 assumptions. Check which of the 2 assumptions can be termed as valid underlying assumptions concerning the even described by the statement.
The Finance minister of a country recently issued a statement conveying that Bitcoins are used by terrorists for illegal activities. Therefore, he proposed to put stricter laws in place to curb the illegal uses of bitcoin.
Which of the following assumptions can people of the country make based on the above statement?
Assumption 1: The finance minister has declared the usage of bitcoins illegal in the country
Assumption 2: The country is likely to consider people using bitcoins as terrorists.
Select the option that bears the same relationship as the terms given in the question:BAD : EDG :: ONQ : ?
B is followed by the letter that immediately precedes it. A is followed by a letter (D) that is 3 positions after A in the alphabetical series.
The next term starts with ‘E’, the letter that succeeds D.
ONQ bears the same logic as BAD. The next term must start with R, the letter that succeeds Q.
R must be followed by Q (the letter that precedes R) and Q must be followed by T (Difference of 3 places).
RQT must be the next term. Therefore, option A is the right answer.
Select the option that bears the same relationship as the words given in the question:Sultan: Delhi :: Nizam : ?
Sultans ruled Delhi. Similarly, Nizams ruled Hyderabad.
Nawabs ruled Arcot and Awadh. Wodeyars ruled Mysore.
Therefore, option D is the right answer.
Select which of the statements given will be sufficient to solve the problem given below:
Ravi is standing twelfth from the beginning of the queue and Seetha is standing eighth from the end of the queue. How many persons are standing in the queue?
Statement 1: 5 persons are standing between Ravi and Seetha
Statement 2: Ravi has more persons in front of him than behind him
We know the positions of Ravi and Seetha from the beginning and the end of the queue.
Using statement 1 alone, we cannot determine the number of persons standing in the line since Seetha can be standing before or after Ravi.
Using statement 2 alone, we cannot solve the question since we do not know the number of persons between Ravi and Seetha.
Using both the statements, we can solve the question. Seetha must be standing in front of Ravi since the number of persons behind Ravi cannot be greater than the number of persons before Ravi. Therefore, Seetha must be the sixth person from the beginning of the line and 7 persons must be standing after Seetha. There will be 6+7 = 13 persons in the line in total.
We can determine the answer using both the statements together. Therefore, option C is the right answer.
If ‘CRUDE’ is coded as ‘82221’ and ‘BRENT’ is coded as ‘22325’, then what is the code of ‘FETCH’?
The first and the last letters are added, the second and fourth letters are added and the middle letter is written as it is, in the same order.
CRUDE = 8 (C+E) 22 (R + D) 21 (U)
Similarly,
FETCH = 14 (F + H) 8 (E + C) 20 (T)
If ‘TURN’ is coded as ‘USUJ’ and ‘BAKE’ is coded as ‘CYNA’, then what is the code of ‘HINT’?
The following coding is followed:
TURN = U(T + 1) S(U  2) U(R + 3) J(N  4) = USUJ
BAKE = C (B + 1) Y(A  2) N(K + 3) A(E  4) = CYNA
Similarly,
HINT = I(H + 1) G(I  2) Q(N + 3) P(T  4)
If ‘FAST’ is coded as ‘EBRU’ and ‘SLOW’ is coded as ‘RMNX’, then what is the code of ‘PRINT’?
Letters in the odd places are replaced by the preceding letters and letters in the even places are replaced by the next letter in alphabet series.
Hence,
FAST will be EBRU, SLOW will be RMNX
PRINT will be OSHOS
Pramod walks 10 m towards the North. Then, he takes a right turn and walks 25 m. Then he takes left turn and walks 8 m. Finally, he takes a left turn and walks 105 m. How far is Pramod from his starting point?
The given statements can be expressed diagrammatically as follows:
Total distance traveled in the NorthSouth direction = 10 + 8 = 1810+8=18 m
Total distance traveled in the East West direction = 105  25 = 80105−25=80m
Pointing to a photograph, Kamal said that the person in the photograph is the mother of the sister of the son of his Grandfather’s daughter. How is the person in the photograph related to Kamal?
Kamal’s grandfather’s daughter can either be Kamal’s mother or aunt. The person in the photograph is the mother of the sister of the son of the given person. Therefore, the person in the photograph can be either Kamal’s mother or aunt. Therefore, option D is the right answer.
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