RRB ALP & Technician Mock Test (English) - 6


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QUESTION: 1

Which of the following does not form an acid salt ?

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QUESTION: 2

A person's present age is two-fifth of the age of his mother. After 8 years, he will be one-half of the age of his mother. How old is the mother at present?

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Let the mother's present age be x years
Then, the person's present age = ( 2/5 x) years
∴ ( 2/5 x + 8) = 1/2 (x + 8)
⇒ 2(2x + 40) = 5(x + 8)
⇒ x = 40

QUESTION: 3

Pointing to a gentleman, Deepak said, "His only brother is the father of my daughter's father." How is the gentleman related to Deepak ?

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QUESTION: 4
Select the related word/figure from the given alternatives.
EGIK : FILO : : FHJL :?
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QUESTION: 5
The example of thermoplastic is :
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QUESTION: 6
Which of the following stage is caterpillar ?
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QUESTION: 7
The number of odd days in 100 years is
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QUESTION: 8
What is the perimeter of the rectangle ABCD when AD = 3, and BD = 5
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QUESTION: 9
Choose the word which is least like the other words in the group .
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QUESTION: 10
The process that involves the fusion of membrane of vesicle with the plasma membrane to extrude vesicle contents to the surrounding medium is called
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QUESTION: 11
Choose the word which is least like the other words in the group .
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QUESTION: 12
In an electrolytic cell where electrolysis is carried ,anode has :
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QUESTION: 13
If ROSE is coded as 6821, CHAIR is coded as 73456 and PREACH is coded as 961473, what will be the code for SEARCH ?
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QUESTION: 14
In a certain code language, 'Tom Kun Sud' means 'Dogs are barking'; Kun Jo Mop' means 'Dogs and Horses' and 'Mut Tom Ko' means 'Donkeys are mad'. Which word in that language means 'barking' ?
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QUESTION: 15
Complete the analogous pair.
Flower : Bud : : Plant : ?
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QUESTION: 16
The definition of the term ‘State’ under Article 12 of our Constitution can be applied to
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QUESTION: 17
If a sum on compound interest becomes three times in 4 yrs, then with the same interest rate, the sum will become 27 times in
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QUESTION: 18
The ‘Cancer train’ is synonymous with a majority of passengers belonging to the state of
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QUESTION: 19
Exercise Sampriti is a joint military exercise between which two nations?
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QUESTION: 20
Local self-government can be best explained as an exercise in
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QUESTION: 21
What is the currency of Saudi Arabia?
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QUESTION: 22
Which country hosted the first ever International Wheelchair Cricket Tournament?
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QUESTION: 23
The Chairman of a big company visits one department on Monday of every week except for the Monday of third week of every month. When did he visit the purchase department ?
I. He visited Accounts department in the second week of September after having visited purchase department on the earlier occasion.
II. He had visited Purchase department immediately after visiting Stores department but before visiting Accounts department.
The question given above has a problem and two statements giving certain information. You have to decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem. Indicate your answer as
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QUESTION: 24
A squirrel starts climbing up a tree at the speed of 6 metres per minute but after each 6 metres it slips down 4 metres. It will be able to reach a top of 120 metres high in:
Solution: In two minutes the squirrel climbs up two metres.
Therefore, the squirrel will climb up 120 - 6 = 114 metres in 57 minutes and in 58th minute it will be on the top of the tree.
QUESTION: 25
According to the latest report by the Sanctum Wealth Management, India will become the ______ largest growing economy in the world in 2018
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QUESTION: 26

If 22x  + 2x+1 = 4 − 2x  , then x =

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Given equation 22x  + 2x+1 = 4 − 2x Let 2x  = y

QUESTION: 27
A coil rotates in a magnetic field :
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QUESTION: 28

If 2 sin2 x + cos2 45o  = tan 45o  and 0o  ≤ x ≤ 90o  , then the value of tan x is

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QUESTION: 29

cos π/7 . cos 2π/7 . cos 4π/7 =

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QUESTION: 30
The disease generally associated with stress conditions is
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QUESTION: 31

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

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Given : m = 75 kg
v = 2m/s
p = ?
we know that momentum p = m x v
∴ p = 75 x 2
= 150 kg m/s.

QUESTION: 32

The value of [(3.6 x 0.48 x 2.50)/(0.12 x 0.09 x 0.5)] is :

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QUESTION: 33

Each internal angle of a regular hexagon is :

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QUESTION: 34
AB, CD, EF are 3 parallel lines, 2 transversals PQ and MN cut them. PQ cuts AB, CD, EF at T,S,R respectively. MN cuts AB, CD, EF at J, K, L respectively. If TS = 3 cm, SR = 5 cm, JK = 6 cm, the KL (in cms) is :
Solution:
TS SR = JK KL
3 5 = 6 x
or x = 10 cm
QUESTION: 35
The weight of an object of mass 10 kg on earth is_______.
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QUESTION: 36
The least perfect square which is also divisible by each of 21,36 and 66 is
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QUESTION: 37
Which of the following is an example of vestigial organ in man?
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QUESTION: 38
When is the World Braille Day observed?
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QUESTION: 39
What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following series.
JAK, KBL, LCM, MDN, ?
Solution: This is an alternating series in alphabetical order. The middle letters follow the order ABCDE. The first and third letters are alphabetical beginning with J. The third letter is repeated as a first letter in each subsequent three-letter segment.
QUESTION: 40
Unstaturated fats can be made saturated by the addition of:
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QUESTION: 41
A light wave travelling in a transparent homogeneous transparent medium of higher refractive index. The speed of light in the second medium
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QUESTION: 42

Study the following diagram :

The value of 'x' is

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3 x  4 = 12
12 x 5 = 60
3 x 5 = 15 = x

QUESTION: 43

If A stands for Addition , S stands for Subtraction, M stands for Multiplication, D stands for Division, G for Greater Than and L for Less than Then which of the following alternatives will be logically correct.

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16 A 3 M 2 G 16 A 2 M 3
= 16 + 3 x 2>16+2x 3
= 16+6 >16+6
= 22>22
Its logically wrong

16 A 3 M 2 G 16 M 2 A 3
= 16 + 3 x 2>16x 2+3
= 16+6 >32+3
= 22>35
Its logically wrong

16 M 3 A 2 L 16 A 2 M 3
= 16 x 3 +2<16+2x 3
= 48+2 <16+6
= 50<22
Its logically wrong

16 M 3 A 2G 16 A 2 M 3
= 16 x 3 +2>16+2x 3
= 48+2 >16+6
= 50>22
Its logically True

QUESTION: 44
Cheese is an example of
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QUESTION: 45
Red phosphorus is kept in :
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QUESTION: 46
What is the shape of velocity - time graph of an object moving with constant velocity (or uniform velocity)?
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QUESTION: 47
Which is the Number that comes next in the series:
40, 40, 47, 47, 54.?
Solution: This is an alternation with repetition series in which each number repeats itself and then increases by 7.
QUESTION: 48
What is the theme of the 2018 National Youth Festival (NYF)?
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QUESTION: 49
9358-6014+3127=?
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QUESTION: 50

When a girl wrongly measures 97 metres for actual length of 100 metres,what is the percentage of error in the measurement?

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percentage of error in the measurement is 100 - 97/100 x 100 = 3

QUESTION: 51
What is the theme of the 26th New Delhi World Book Fair being organised at Pragati Maidan?
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QUESTION: 52

Two pipes A and B can separately fill a cistern in 60 minutes and 75 minute respectively. There is a third pipe at the bottom of the cistern to empty it. If all the three pipes are simultaneously opened, then the cistern is full in 50 minutes. In how much time can the third pipe alone empty the cistern?

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Work done by the third pipe in 1 min. = 1/50 - ( 1/60 + 1/75 )
= ( 1/50 - 3/100 )
= - 1/100
Therefore, the third pipe alone can empty the cistern in 100 min

QUESTION: 53
If a/3=b/4=c/7,then the value of (a+b+c)/(c) is
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QUESTION: 54

A person purchased a chair at Rs 70 and spent Rs 17 on its repair and 50 paise on carritage. If he sold the chair at Rs 100, then his approximate margin of profit was

Solution:

Total C.P. = 70 + 17 + 0.5 = Rs. 87.50,
S.P. = Rs. 100
Gain = 100 - 87.50 = Rs. 12.50
∴ Gain% = 12.50/87.50 x 100 = 14.30(app.)

QUESTION: 55
A fertilised ovum develops into a baby in the :
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QUESTION: 56

A certain sum was put at a certain rate of interest for 3 yrs. Had it been put at 2% higher rate, it would have fetched Rs 72 more. Find the sum.

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At 2% more rate, the increase in SI for 3 years = Rs 72 (given)
So at 2% more rate the increase in SI for 1 year = 72/3 = Rs 24
i.e., Rs 24 is 2% of the invested sum
So 1% of the invested sum = 24/2 = 12
Therefore, the invested sum
= 12 x 100 = Rs 1200

QUESTION: 57
30% of 840 + ? = 1200 - 800
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QUESTION: 58
[(-(1/2)-(2/3)+(4/5)-(1/3)+(1/5)+(3/4))/((1/2)+(2/3)-(4/3)+(1/3)-(1/5)-(4/5))] is simplified to :
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QUESTION: 59
Name the first ever Indian to clinch an international medal in skiing competition in the coveted Alpine Ejder 3200 Cup held in Turkey
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QUESTION: 60
The least number that must be added to 1901 so that the sum may be a perfect square is
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QUESTION: 61
Below is given statement followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to consider the statement and the following arguments and decide which of the arguments is strong in the statement.
Statement :
Should the subsidy on petroleum products be further reduced?
Arguments :
I. Yes, the present subsidy is a drain on national resources, let the consumer share the burden.
II. No, this will have a cascading effect and the prices of all the commodities will sharply increase creating higher rate of inflation.
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QUESTION: 62
In each question a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II is given. Consider the statement and decide which of the given assumption is implicit.
Statement : Use PVC pipes which have 10 years longer life to any other.
Assumptions : I. People prefer only those pipes which are durable.
II. Other pipes are not durable.
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QUESTION: 63
Below is three statements followed by four conclusions numbered I,II,III and IV. You have to consider the statement and the following conclusions and decide which of the conclusions is follows in the statement :
Statement:
a.Some buses are horses.
b. All horses are goats.
c. All goats are dogs.
Conclusions:
I. Some dogs are buses.
II. Some dogs are horses.
III. Some dogs are goats.
IV. Some buses are goats.
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QUESTION: 64
The standard deviation of 25 numbers is 40. If each of the numbers is increased by 5, then the new standard deviation will be
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QUESTION: 65

Given n = 10, ∑x = 4, ∑y = 3, ∑x= 8, ∑y2 = 9 and ∑xy = 3, then coefficient of correlation is

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QUESTION: 66
Below are the statements followed by four conclusions numbered I,II,III and IV. You have to consider the statements and the following conclusions and decide which of the conclusion(s) follows the statement(s).
Statements :
a. Some fruits are vegetables.
b. All liquids are drinks.
c. All drinks are fruits.
Conclusions:
I. Some drinks are vegetables.
II.Some fruits are liquids.
III.All liquids are fruits.
IV.No liquids are vegetables.
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QUESTION: 67
A car takes 5 hours to cover a distance of 300 km. How much should the speed in km/hr be maintained to cover the same distance in 4/5 th of the previous time?
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QUESTION: 68
A certain number of persons can dig a trench 100 m long, 50 m broad and 10 m deep in 10 days. The same number of persons can dig another trench 25 m broad and 15 m deep in 30 days. The length of the second trench is
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QUESTION: 69
Two bones can be connected to each other by
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QUESTION: 70
Find the length of the longest rod that can be placed in a room 16 m long, 12 m broad and 10.66 m high.
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QUESTION: 71
Which of the following quantities is transferred during wave propagation?
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QUESTION: 72
A centripetal force acting on a body moving along the circumference of a circle does ____ work.
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QUESTION: 73
If it is possible to make meaningful word with the third, fourth, fifth, seventh and the tenth letters of the word 'PERSONALITY', write the first letter of that word, otherwise write X.
Solution: The third, fourth, fifth, seventh and tenth letters of the word PERSONALITY are R, S, O, A and T respectively.
The word formed is ROAST.
So, the first letter is R.
QUESTION: 74

Recently, the answers of a test held nationwide were leaked to a group of unscrupulous people. The investigative agency has arrested the mastermind and nine other people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I in this matter. Interrogating them, the following facts have been obtained regarding their operation. Initially the mastermind obtains the correct answer-key. All the others create their answer-key from one or two people who already possess the same. These people are called his/her "sources". If the person has two sources, then he/she compares the answer-keys obtained for both sources. If the key to a question from the both sources is identical, it is copied, otherwise it is left blank. If the person has only one source, he/she copies the source's answers into his/her copy. Finally, each person compulsorily replaces one of the answers (not a blank one) with a wrong answer in his/her answer key. 
The paper contained 200 questions; so the investigative agency has ruled out the possibility of two or more of them introducing wrong answers to the same question. The investigative agency has a copy of the correct answer key and has tabulated the following data. These data represent question numbers. 

Q. Which one among the following must have two sources ?

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QUESTION: 75

Recently, the answers of a test held nationwide were leaked to a group of unscrupulous people. The investigative agency has arrested the mastermind and nine other people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I in this matter. Interrogating them, the following facts have been obtained regarding their operation. Initially the mastermind obtains the correct answer-key. All the others create their answer-key from one or two people who already possess the same. These people are called his/her "sources". If the person has two sources, then he/she compares the answer-keys obtained for both sources. If the key to a question from the both sources is identical, it is copied, otherwise it is left blank. If the person has only one source, he/she copies the source's answers into his/her copy. Finally, each person compulsorily replaces one of the answers (not a blank one) with a wrong answer in his/her answer key. 
The paper contained 200 questions; so the investigative agency has ruled out the possibility of two or more of them introducing wrong answers to the same question. The investigative agency has a copy of the correct answer key and has tabulated the following data. These data represent question numbers. 

Q. How many people (excluding the mastermind) needed to make answer keys before C could make his answer key ?

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