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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 1

Sea-coast of which of the following states of India is the longest ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 2

Which of the following cities was the capital of Ranjit Singh, the king of Punjab ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 3

Fundamental duties of the citizens are included in which article of the Indian Constitution ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 4

What is diamond chemically ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 5

Jaundice infects which of the following organs of the body ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 6

Which of the following countries has the highest number of post offices ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 7

In India, Uttar Pradesh is the top producer of which of the following crops ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 8

What is the safe temperature to keep the food stuffs safely in the refrigerator ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 9

The following instrument is used to measure the blood pressure—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 10

Automatic wrist watch gains energy from the following—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 11

When television is switched on—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 12

Deficiency of which of the following elements in the body causes the goitre disease ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 13

Hiuen-Tsang came as a messenger in the Court of—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 14

Who wrote ‘Akbarnama’ ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 15

Which of the following metals is used to make electromagnet ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 16

When a sound wave moves, it transports—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 17

The function of dynamo is to convert—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 18

Which of the following instruments is used to measure electric current ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 19

Which of the following is the best conductor of electricity ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 20

If the length of a rectangle is increased by 20% and its breadth is decreased by 20%. Then its area—

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 20

Change in area

∴ Area of rectangle will decrease by 4%

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 21

A train passes two persons moving the same direction in which the train is running in 10 secs and 11 secs respectively. The speed of the first man is 3 km/hr while that of other man be 5 km/hr. What is the speed of the train ?

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 21

Let the speed of the train be x km/hr and length of the train be y metres

and

From equ. (1) and (2) x = 25 km/hr.

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 22

A works 20% less than B. if A completes a work in 7 1/2 hrs how much time will be taken by B to do the same work ?

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 23

If the difference between the compound interest and simple interest on a certain sum at 5% per annum for 3 years is Rs. 15·25, what is the sum ?

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 24

A person, to repay a debt of Rs. 3250, pays Rs. 20 in the first month. After it he increases Rs. 15 in each monthly installment. In how many months will be repay the complete debt ?

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 25

If by adding a natural number P in the product of four consecutive even numbers, a perfect square number is obtained, what is the value of P ?

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 25

x(x + 1) (x + 2) (x + 3) + P

= (x2 + 3x) (x2 + 3x + 2) + P (Putting y = x2 + 3x)

= y(y + 2) + P

= y2 + 2y + P

∴ y2 + 2y + P will be a perfect square if P = 1

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 26

Which of the following fraction is between 2/3 and 3/5 ?

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 27

Which of the smallest five digit number is divisible by 41 ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 28

In a series, there is a decrease of one letter missing between each two consecutive letters. In which of the following series, this order is followed ?

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 29

If 38 – 15 = 32 and 62 – 91 = 13 then 74 – 81 = ?

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 29

As, 38 – 15 ⇒ (8 ~ 5)

and (3 ~ 1) ⇒ 32

and 62 – 91

⇒ (2 ~ 1) and (6 – 9) ⇒ 13

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 30

If CLOCK is coded as 34235 and TIME as 8679, then how will MOLEK be coded ?

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 31

If ASSIGN in coded as SASING, then how will KIDNAP be coded ?

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 32

The plants get the following element from urea—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 33

Mica is used for which of the following purposes ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 34

Which of the following is a physical change ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 35

Which of the following chemical compounds is used in photography ?

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 35

Formerly, silver bromide had been in use in photography. In modern digital photography, it has no use

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 36

What causes cholera ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 37

An apparatus for viewing objects lying above the eye level of the observer and whose direct vision is obstructed is known as ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 38

Which atom has only one electron ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 39

What is the electrode that is connected to the negative pole of the battery is called ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 40

The organic acid present in vinegar is—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 41

Which of the following is an example of fossil fuel ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 42

Water gas consists of—

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 42

Water gas is a poisonous gas. It is a mixture of certain gases, but main constituents are hydrogen and carbon monoxide

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 43

Which of the following substances has the lowest resitivity ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 44

Which of the following is different from others ?

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 44

Speed, time and force are correlated. If one varies, another also. Density is different from these.

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 45

Momentum has the same unit as that of—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 46

What is the momentum of a man of mass 75 kg., when he walks with a uniform velocity of 2 m/s ?

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 46

Momentum = mass × velocity

= 75 × 2 kg m/s

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 47

At the centre of the earth, the value of g becomes—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 48

Two unequal masses possess the same momentum, then the kinetic energy of the heavier mass is … the kinetic energy of the lighter mass.

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 49

Which of the following is the fastest switching device ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 50

Directions: In each of the following questions, a number series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank spaces—

1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18, (……), 54

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 51

Directions: In each of the following questions, a number series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank spaces—

4, 5, 9, 18, 34, (……)

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 51

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 52

Directions: In each of the following questions, a number series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank spaces—

66, 36, 18, (……)

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 53

Directions: In each of the following questions, a number series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank spaces—

3, 6, 5, 20, 7, 42, 9, (……)

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 53

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 54

Directions: In each of the following questions, a number series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank spaces—

1, 3, 4, 8, 15, 27, (……)

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 54

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 55

Directions: In each of the following questions, a number series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank spaces—

8, 10, 14, 18, (……), 34, 50, 66

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 56

The connected load of a consumer is 2 kW and his maximum demand is 1·5 kW. The load factor of the consumer is—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 57

Sheaths are used in cables to—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 58

For the stable operation of interconnected system, the passive element that can be used as interconnecting element is—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 59

The maximum demand of a Power Station is 40 MW and Relative load is 75 MW. If the annual power production is 200 × 106 unit, what will be the load factor ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 60

The order of lightning discharge current is—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 61

Which of the following is known as line constants ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 62

The transformer used to decrease the magnitude of the alternating voltage is a—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 63

When two bodies are rubbed against each other ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 64

Lightning is caused in the sky due to the flow of charge between—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 65

Which of these converts sunlight directly into electrical energy ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 66

Electric charge can flow through—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 67

The electric current which changes its direction after fixed intervals of time is called—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 68

A device used to stabilize the voltage supplied by electric supply station is a—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 69

Silver is a—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 70

An instrument used to observe heavenly bodies is the—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 71

The maximum percentage in the atmosphere is of—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 72

What is the function of Ozone layer ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 73

In the International system of measurement, the ‘Kelvin’ is the unit of—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 74

In the following letter series some of the letters are missing which are given in that order as one of the alternatives below it. Choose the correct alternative—

a b – b – – c – c a

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 75

Directions— In each question one sequence is given in which one or more terms are missing. Choose the correct alternative which will complete the sequence. 

NOAB, OPBC, PQCD ? — ? — ? — ? ——

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 76

Directions— In each question one sequence is given in which one or more terms are missing. Choose the correct alternative which will complete the sequence. 

KDW, MGT, OJQ ? ——

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 77

Directions— In each question one sequence is given in which one or more terms are missing. Choose the correct alternative which will complete the sequence. 

33, 28, 24, ? —, 19, 18—

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 78

Directions— In each question one sequence is given in which one or more terms are missing. Choose the correct alternative which will complete the sequence. 

6, 10, 18, 34, ? ——

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 78

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 79

Directions— In each question one sequence is given in which one or more terms are missing. Choose the correct alternative which will complete the sequence. 

4, 8, 12, 24, 36, ? ——

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 79

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 80

Out of these four, three are similar in a certain way. Find the different one—

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 80

All the rest grow on animals

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 81

Game : Field : : Cinema : ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 82

Oasis : Desert : : ? : Sea

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 83

QPRS : TUWV : : JIKL : ?

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 84

5 : 100, 4 : 64 : : 4 : 80 : 3 : ?

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 85

The first nuclear reactor for production of electricity was set up in—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 86

Which of the following chemical compounds is used in conservation of food ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 87

Which of the following fuels does not produce air pollution ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 88

Which of the following is responsible for causing malaria ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 89

Increase in quantity of which of the following causes the risk of heart disease ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 90

Which of the following helps the blood to clot ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 91

Main source of energy in the human body is—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 92

A person purchased some items for Rs. 2025. He sold one fifth of them at a gain of 20% and the rest at a gain of 5%. What is his gain % over all ?

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RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 93

In a group there are 25 men and 20 women. Average weight of a man is 48 kg while the average weight of a woman is 30 kg. What is the average weight of the group ?

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 93

Average of the group

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 94

A sum of money was distributed among 120 men and some ladies in the ratio of 15 : 21. If each man got Rs. 5 and a lady Rs. 4. What is the total number of ladies ?

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 94

Let the number of women be x

120 × 5 × 21 = 15 × x × 4

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 95

Which of the following was the main centre of education during Buddhism era ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 96

The maize can be cultivated during the season of—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 97

Who takes over charge as the Acting President, if the posts of President and the Vice-President get vacant ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 98

Normally, the temperature of the filament of a lighting bulb is—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 99

If two persons complete a work in 9 days, how many more persons will be required to complete the double work in 12 days ?

Detailed Solution for RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 99

∴ Extra person = 3 – 2 = 1

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 100

A piece of ice floats in a glass of water. As the ice melts, the surface of water in the glass—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 101

In Indian Parliamentary system of Government, the power really vests in—

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 102

Who built the Buddhist mound of Sanchi ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 103

Who was the founder of Prarthana Samaj ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 104

Who was the elected permanent Chairman of Indian Constituent Assembly ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 105

Who composed the national song, ‘Vande Mataram’ ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 106

Which of the following plants is used to manufacture biodiesel ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 107

The pointer of the magnetic compass points towards which direction ?

RRB ALP Previous Year Paper - 2008 - Question 108

The pointer of the magnetic compass points towards which direction ?

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