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Which of the following is not a technique/tool/Instrument of money/credit control by the Reserve Bank of India?
Which country won the women’s T20 cricket world cup which was held in March 2016?
Carbohydrates are molecular compounds made from which of the following elements?
Which of the following became the first country from the European Union to recognize the State of Palestine?
Which of the following is the only substance that exists in all the three states of Matter  Solid, Liquid and Gas?
Where is the Headquarters of UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) situated?
For which of the following states/ union territories is the judicial capital same as the Legislative and Administrative Capitals?
The Bile Juice is produced in which of the following Organs of the Human Body?
The Blood Pressure of the Human Body is regulated by which of the following Organs?
According to the 2011 census, which Indian state ranks second in literacy after Kerala?
The operation launched by the NSG Commandos during the 2008 Mumbai Attacks is called …
The concept of “Carbon Credit” is associated with which of the following areas?
Which of the following is NOT the name of a ship of the Indian Army?
Lata Pada is a term associated with which of the following dance forms of India
Which article of the Indian Constitution grants special autonomous status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir?
The article 370 grants special autonomous status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
What is the process that converts a solid directly into gas without going through the liquid stage called?
The average salinity of sea water is 35 parts per thousand or 3.5%.
Which Lake in India has emerged as the World’s Largest Habitat of Irrawaddy Dolphins?
Which of the following is not of one of the classifications of Carbohydrates?
In which state is the tourist destination 'Ghoom Monastry' located?
Which of the following is the branch of medicine that deals with the study of Kidney and associated diseases?
When was ASEAN( Association of Southeast Asian Nations) founded?
The operation by the Indian Army against the Portuguese rule in Goa and Daman and Diu is labelled …..
Which of the following is the only Artery which carries deoxygenated Blood to the lungs?
Which of the following receives the Information from other neurons and transmit through the Neuron Body?
Which of the following is NOT the name of an Indian satellite?
How many days approximately does moon take to orbit around Earth with respect to stars?
A citizen of India must be at least 25 years of age to contest a Lok Sabha election.
Leh SingheKhababs Festival which promotes tourism in the country is celebrated in?
Which of the following planet is also called as RedPlanet?
Methane is one of the green house gases.
Pepsin is an enzyme that is secreted into which of the following juice which helps in the Digestion System in Humans?
IFSC is a 11 digit code which helps to identify any Bank branch that participate in RBI Regulated Funds Transfer System.What is the full form of IFSC?
Where is the Headquarters of IBSF(International Billiards and Snooker Federation)?
Who was the Finance Minister of India during the 1991 Balance of Payments crisis in India?
Manhoman Singh became the Minister of Finance on 21st June 1991.
Who said, "First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you and then you win."
Helium, Neon, Argon, Krypton, Xenon and Radon are noble gases.
Graphite is used to make which of the following thing?
For a given mass, Gravitational force is related with the distance of the object from the centre as
Which river is known as the “Lifeline of Madhya Pradesh”?
The gravitational force on moon is decreased by what factor as compared to the earth’s gravitational force?
Mahatma Gandhi Setu, the longest river bridge in India is on which river?
In the Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Beema Yojana, what is the value of the insurance cover provided by the scheme?
"A new world" was the official slogan of which of the following events?
The force of attraction or repulsion between charges follows
Which of the following Organs doesn’t help in maintaining the Ph Levels (Acidic Alkaline) in the Human Body?
If a man runs at 9 m/s what distance can he cover in 2hrs 30mins ?
9 m/s = 9*(18/5) = 162/5 kmph
2hrs 30 mins = 2.5 hrs
Distance = speed*time = (162/5)*(2.5) = 81 km
So the answer is option B.
P and Q invested in a business in the ratio 1:1. If 2% of the total profit goes to charity and P’s share is 1200/, find the total profit ?
Share of P = Share of Q = 1200/
Total share = 1200+1200 = 2400/
(0.98)(total profit) = 2400/
Total profit = 2400/0.98 = 2449/
So the answer is option C.
There are two numbers whose sum is 250 and difference of their squares is 9000. Find the larger number ?
So the answer is option C.
Two numbers have their HCF as 9 and they are in the ratio 3:4 find their LCM ?
Two numbers have their HCF as 9 and they are in the ratio 3:4
Those numbers are 3*9=27 and 4*9=36
LCM of 27 and 36 is 108.
So the answer is option C.
123.45+45.6783.1345+13.234 = 179.2275
So the answer is option D.
So the answer is option C.
5 out of 2250 parts of earth is sulpher. What is the percentage of sulpher in earth ?
So the answer is option A.
By selling 18 items, a shopkeeper earned a profit equal to the selling price of 3 items, then find the profit percentage ?
Let SP of 1 item = 10/
SP of 18 items = 180/
Profit = SP of 3 items = 30/
CP = SP  profit = 180  30 = 150/
Profit % =30/150 ×100=20%
Ravi sells a chain and calculates his profit on selling price to be 15%. What is his actual profit percentage ?
Let SP = 100
Profit = 15% of SP = 15/
CP = 10015 = 85/
Profit on CP = (15/85)*100 = 17.64
So the answer is option C.
So the answer is option D.
A train crosses a pole in 15 seconds. The time taken by the train to cross a bridge whose length is twice its (length of the train) length is ?
Let l be the length of the train, x be the speed of the train
l/x = 15
Length of the bridge = 2l
Total time taken to cross the bridge = (l+2l)/x = 3l/x = 3(15) = 45 sec
So the answer is option B.
The ages of two brother Ravi and Rajesh are in the ratio 5:6. The sum of their ages is 33. What is the age of the younger brother, Ravi?
Age of Ravi = 5x
Age of rajesh = 6x
Sum = 33
5x+6x = 33
11x = 33
x = 3
Younger of them is Ravi.
Age of Ravi = 5x = 5(3) = 15 years
So the answer is option A.
March 10, 2018 is Saturday. What day of the week lies on March 10, 2019 ?
The year 2018 is nonleap year, so it has 365 days, 365 = 52 weeks + 1 odd day
Hence one day beyond Saturday is Sunday.
So the answer is option D.
If a polygon has 12 sides what is the sum of interior angles of the polygon ?
Sum of Interior angles = (n2)*180 = (122)*180 = 10*180 = 1800°
So the answer is option C.
Find the area of trapezium having two parallel sides of 4cm and 6 cm and height 6 cm ?
If a, b, h are the two parallel sides and height of trapezium, then
So the answer is option A.
Find the total surface area of the cylinder of height 12 cm and diameter 14 cm ?
Radius = 14/2 = 7 cm
Total surface area =
So the answer is option D.
Two types of rice are mixed in the ratio of 2:3. The cost of the first type of rice is 15/ per kg and the cost of the second type of rice is 20/ per kg. What is the cost price of the rice mixture?
Let quantity of type1 = 2k
Quantity of type2 = 3k
Let be the cost of the mixture per kg
15(2k)+20(3k) = x(2k+3k)
30k+60k = 5kx
90k = 5kx
x = 18
So the answer is option B.
Select the option that is different from the other 3 options:
Caspian Sea is a land locked sea, widely regarded as a salt water lake. The other 3 seas are parts of larger water bodies. Therefore, option C is the right answer.
Select the option that is different from the other 3 options:
Barring Pakistan, the other 3 countries are land locked. Therefore, option D is the right answer.
Which of the following numbers must come in the place of ? ?
2, 12, 36, 80, 150 , ?
5 persons A, B, C, D and E are of different weights. The number of persons heavier than A is equal to the number of persons lighter than E. The number of persons heavier than D is same as the number of persons lighter than him. E is lighter than D but he is not the lightest among the five. C is not the heaviest among the five. How many persons weigh more than B?
D has an equal number of persons weighing heavier than him and lighter than him. Therefore, D must be the third heaviest person. E is lighter than D but he is not the lightest. Therefore, E must be the second lightest person. The number of persons heavier than A is same as the number of persons lighter than E. Therefore, A must be the second heaviest person.
C is not the heaviest person. Therefore, C must be the lightest person and B must be the heaviest person among the five persons. No one weighs heavier than B. Therefore, 0 is the correct answer. Hence, option A is the correct answer.
Which of the following options must continue the series?
CE, GJ, OX, ?
CE  one letter ‘D’ is skipped.
The next term starts by skipping 1 letter  F.
GJ  2 letters I and J are skipped.
After J, 4 letters are skipped  K, L, M, N.
The next term starts with O.
OX  8 letters are skipped.
Logically, 16 letters must be skipped before the next term.
Therefore, the next term must start with O. Then, 32 terms must be skipped.
Therefore, the next term must be OV. Hence, option C is the right answer.
If TRACK is coded as BDFUG and EAT is coded as KFB, what is the code for ATTACKER?
We can see that the code for A and T is the same in both the words. Therefore, the letters in the word are simply replaced by different letters to form the code.
T  B
R  D
A  F
C  U
K  G
E  K
ATTACKER  FBBFGKD
Therefore, option A is the right answer.
If, ‘+’ is coded as ‘&’, ‘*’ is coded as ‘!’, ‘/’ is coded as ‘@’, ‘‘ is coded as ‘#’then what is the value of 47 & 36 @ 4 # 7 ! 6?
47 & 36 @ 4 # 7 ! 6 would mean 47 + 36 / 4  7*6 = 47 + 9  42 = 14
Hence, option D is right choice.
If 97 & 35 = 132 and 241 # 98 = 143, then what is the value of 134 # 185 & 97?
134 # 185 & 97 = 134  185 + 97 = 46
Hence, option A is the right answer.
According to the following venn diagram how many books are fiction but not thrillers?
We want intersection of triangle and circle but avoid rectangle.
Thus required answer = 38 + 21 = 59
Hence, option D is the right choice.
In the following diagram, circle represents the people who can swim, triangle represents the people who can dance, trapezium represents the people who can sing and hexagon represents the people who can paint. How many people can paint, swim and sing but cannot dance?
The area common to the circle, trapezium and the hexagon but not common to the triangle represents the people who can sing, swim and paint but cannot dance.
From the diagram, we can see that the number of such people is 14. Therefore, 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: A fund promises of doubling the investor's money in one year.
Assumption:
I. People are looking to grow their wealth.
II. The fund is a scam.
Only if people are looking to grow their wealth that the fund is in operation. Thus, assumption I is implicit.
We cannot assume that the fund is a scam on the basis of the promise they made. Thus, assumption II is not implicit.
Hence, 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: The company decided to increase the price of its products to avoid going bankrupt.
Assumption:
I. The company feels that buyers won’t be interested in their products if the prices are increased.
II. An increase in the price of the products will help the company increase revenue and reduce losses.
If the buyers weren't interested in the product after price rise, the company wouldn’t implement the strategy. Thus, assumption I is not implicit.
Since the company decided to increase the price to avoid bankruptcy, the increased price would help reduce losses to the company. Thus, assumption II is implicit.
Hence, option B is the right answer.
Find the option which should replace (?), so that the second pair shares the same relation as the first pair.
A3B : K :: D2E : ?
The square of the number is added to product of the numerical values of the letters. The letter corresponding to the resulting number is written.
Which of the following options will bear the same relationship as the words given in the first part of the question?
Bharatanatyam: Tamil Nadu :: Ghumura : ?
Bharatanatyam is the dance form from Tamil Nadu. Similarly, Ghumura is the folk dance of Odisha. Therefore, option A is the right answer.
Select which of the statements given will be sufficient to solve the problem given below:
Five friends A, B, C, D and E are of different heights. Who is the tallest among the five?
Statement 1: A is taller than B and C. E is taller than D.
Statement 2: B is taller than D and C. E is taller than A.
A is taller than B and C. E is taller than D. We do not have any details to compare the heights of E and A. Therefore, statement I alone is insufficient.
B is taller than D and C. E is taller than A. Again, we do not have any information to compare the heights of B and E. Therefore, statement II alone is insufficient.
Combining both the statements, we can say that B is taller than D and C. A is taller than B and E is taller than A. Therefore, E must be the tallest. We can answer the question by combining the data given in both the statements. Therefore, option C is the right answer.
Study the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow:
In a certain language
‘road tyre rope drill’ is coded as ‘bi zr tx uw’
’rope game cap tyre’ is coded as ‘uw jg zr hp’
‘cap tyre drill’ is coded as ‘hp uw bi’
We know that,
‘road tyre rope drill’ is coded as ‘bi zr tx uw’
’rope game cap tyre’ is coded as ‘uw jg zr hp’
‘cap tyre drill’ is coded as ‘hp uw bi’
From 1st and 2nd we can say that the code for rope/tyre must be either uw/zr. So the code for road/drill must be either bi/tx. From the third statement, we can say that code for drill is bi, code for the tyre is uw and code for cap is hp.
Thus we have,
Hence, option B is the correct choice.
Study the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow:
In a certain language
‘road tyre rope drill’ is coded as ‘bi zr tx uw’
’rope game cap tyre’ is coded as ‘uw jg zr hp’
‘cap tyre drill’ is coded as ‘hp uw bi’
We know that, ‘road tyre rope drill’ is coded as ‘bi zr tx uw’ ’rope game cap tyre’ is coded as ‘uw jg zr hp’ ‘cap tyre drill’ is coded as ‘hp uw bi’ From 1st and 2nd we can say that the code for rope/tyre must be either uw/zr. So the code for road/drill must be either bi/tx. From the third statement, we can say that code for drill is bi, code for the tyre is uw and code for cap is hp. Thus we have,
Hence, option D is the correct option.
Study the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow:
In a certain language
‘road tyre rope drill’ is coded as ‘bi zr tx uw’
’rope game cap tyre’ is coded as ‘uw jg zr hp’
‘cap tyre drill’ is coded as ‘hp uw bi’
We know that, ‘road tyre rope drill’ is coded as ‘bi zr tx uw’ ’rope game cap tyre’ is coded as ‘uw jg zr hp’ ‘cap tyre drill’ is coded as ‘hp uw bi’ From 1st and 2nd we can say that the code for rope/tyre must be either uw/zr. So the code for road/drill must be either bi/tx. From the third statement, we can say that code for drill is bi, code for the tyre is uw and code for cap is hp. Thus we have,
Hence, option C is the correct choice.
Karthick walks 5 m towards the his left. He takes a right turn and walks 7 m. Then, he turns towards his right and walks 8 m. He turns towards his right and walks 8 m. Finally, he turns towards his right and walks 6 before coming to a halt. If Karthick is facing the North now, what direction was he facing initially?
Since the question asks only for the direction, the distance travelled is immaterial.
The given statements can be expressed diagrammatically as given below.
As we can see, Karthick must have been facing the South initially. Therefore, option B is the right answer.
A + B means A is the brother of B
A * B means A is the son of B
A $ B means A is the sister of B
A ÷ B means A is the wife of B
If P $ Q * R + S ÷ T, which of the following statements is true?
P $ Q means P is the sister of Q. Q * R means Q is the son of R. R + S means R is the brother of S. S ÷ T means S is the wife of T. So S must be the aunt of both P and Q.
Hence, option A is the correct option.
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