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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 1

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Q. According to the passage, egalitarianism will not survive if    

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 2

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Q. According to the passage, why does man value his possessions more than his life?  

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 3

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Q. According to the passage, which was the unfinished part of Gandhiji’s experiment? 

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 4

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Q. Which of the following statements is ‘not true’ in the context of the passage? 

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 4

Refer Para 1, ‘. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes.’

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 5

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Q. According to the passage, true egalitarianism will last if 

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 5

Refer Last Para ‘If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones.’

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 6

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Q. According to the passage, people ultimately overturn the form of a social order 

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 7

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Q. According to the passage, the root cause of class conflict is 

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 7

‘The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct.’

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 8

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Q. Which of the following statements is not true in the context of the passage?  

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 8

 idea of new order is to secure maximum material satisfaction

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 9

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Q.  According to the passage, which of the following statements is true? 

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 9

Refer Last Para, last line

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 10

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Q. According to the passage, what does adoption of the ideal of trusteeship mean? 

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 10

Refer Last Para, last line

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 11

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Directions : Which of the following is synonym/antonym of the given word from the passage?

Q. Possessions

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 11

Possessions means the state of having, owning, or controlling something.

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 12

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Directions : Which of the following is synonym/antonym of the given word from the passage?

Q. Radically

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 12

Radical means progressive and intended to be completely curative. Conservative is its antonym.

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 13

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Directions : Which of the following is synonym/antonym of the given word from the passage?

Q. Egalitarian

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 13

Egalitarian means believing in or based on the principle that all people are equal and deserve equal rights and opportunities. Elitist is its antonym.

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 14

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Directions : Which of the following is synonym/antonym of the given word from the passage?

Q. Acquisitive

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 14

Acquisitive means excessively interested in acquiring money or material things. Greedy is its synonym

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 15

Directions : Read the passage and answer the following questions:

The task which Gandhiji undertook was not only the achievement of political freedom but also the establishment of a social order based on truth and non-violence, unity and peace, equality and universal brotherhood, and maximum freedom for all. This unfinished part of his experiment was perhaps even more difficult to achieve than the achievement of political freedom. Political struggle involved fight against a foreign power and all one could do was either join it or wish it success and give it his moral support. In establishing the social order of this pattern, there was a lively possibility of a conflict arising between groups and classes of our own people. Experience shows that man values his possessions even more than his life because in the former he sees the means for perpetuation and survival of his descendants even after his body is reduced to ashes. A new order cannot be established without radically changing the mind and attitude of men towards property and, at some stage or the other, the ‘haves’ have to yield place to the ‘have-nots’. We have seen, in our time, attempts to achieve a kind of egalitarian society and the picture of it after it was achieved. But this was done, by and large, through the use of physical force.

In the ultimate analysis, it is difficult, if not impossible, to say that the instinct to possess has been rooted out or that it will not reappear in an even worse from under a different guise. It may even be that, like a gas kept confined within containers under great pressure, or water held by a big dam, once a barrier breaks, the reaction will one day sweep back with a violence equal in extent and intensity to what was used to establish and maintain the outward egalitarian form. This enforced egalitarianism contains, in its bosom, the seed of its own destruction.

The root cause of class conflict is possessiveness or the acquisitive instinct. So long as the ideal that is to be achieved is one of securing the maximum material satisfaction, possessiveness can neither be suppressed nor eliminated but will grow on what it feeds. Nor will it cease to be such- it is possessiveness, still, whether it is confined to only a few or is shared by many.

If egalitarianism is to endure, it has to be based not on the possession of the maximum material goods by a few or by all but on voluntary, enlightened renunciation of those goods which cannot be shared by others or can be enjoyed only at the expense of others. This calls for substitution of spiritual values for purely material ones. The paradise of material satisfaction, that is sometimes equated with progress these days neither spells peace nor progress. Mahatma Gandhi has shown us how the acquisitive instinct inherent in man could be transmuted by the adoption of the ideal of trusteeship by those who ‘have’ for the benefit of all those who ‘have not’ so that, instead of leading to exploitation and conflict, it would become a means and incentive for the amelioration and progress of society, respectively.   

Directions : Which of the following is synonym/antonym of the given word from the passage?

Q. Paradise

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 15

Paradise means heaven as the ultimate abode of the just. Heaven is its synonym.

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 16

Directions: Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentences to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and there is no correction required mark (e) as the answer.

Q. The project was difficult, but we Keep down and eventually, it Was done.

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 16

 

keep at it-to continue doing or trying to do something
Keep around- Keep something near you
Keep back -Maintain a safe distance
Keep down- to stay close to the ground or floor
Keep from- Control yourself, refrain
 

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 17

Directions: Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentences to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and there is no correction required mark (e) as the answer.

He was acting on his feelings of inferiority by being overly aggressive.

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Act out- to demonstrate or illustrate by pantomime or by words and gestures
Act  upon- have and exert influence or effect
Act on- to act in accordance with; follow
Act up-Behave badly or strangely

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 18

Directions: Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentences to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and there is no correction required mark (e) as the answer.

The past year has been successful and, look after, we expect to do even better in the coming months.

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 18

look ahead- to think about what will happen in the future
Look after- Take care
look at- to think about or consider (something or someone)
look back- to think about something in the past
look into -to try to get information about (something)

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 19

Directions: Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentences to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and there is no correction required mark (e) as the answer.

The judge thanked the witness and allowed her to stand in.

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 19

stand down - to leave the witness stand in a court of law
stand in -to take the place of (someone who is away for a time)
stand out -to be easily seen or noticed
stand aside-to take a few steps backwards
stand behind- to support (someone or something)
stand alone- to be in a position or situation in which you are not helped or supported by others

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 20

Directions: Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentences to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and there is no correction required mark (e) as the answer.

He looked like someone had worked him about pretty good.

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 20

 

work over- to hurt (someone) by hitting, kicking, etc
work off- to pay (a debt) by working
work on -to be in the process of making (something), doing (something), etc.
work up-to make (someone) feel very angry, excited, upset, etc.
 

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 21

Directions: Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentences to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and there is no correction required mark (e) as the answer.

came over the book in a little second-hand bookshop in Dorset

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 21

Come upon- Find by chance
Come up- Appear
Come over -Feel strange
Come into-Be important or relevant
Come down- with Fall ill
Come by -Visit
Come around- Recover consciousness

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 22

Directions: Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentences to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and there is no correction required mark (e) as the answer.

Three dangerous Category A prisoners break away Wands worth Prison last night

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 22

Break out of -Escape
Break through -Pass a barrier or obstacle
Break out in- Sweat heavily, develop skin sores or irritation
Break out -Start (war, conflict)
Break away -Leave an organization, usually to form a new one
Break for-To go or run towards a place, especially when you are trying to escape

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 23

Directions: Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentences to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and there is no correction required mark (e) as the answer.

He was sent in to replace the starting goaltender

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 23

send in- to tell (a player) to enter a game
send on -to cause (something) to go or to be carried from one place to another
send forth- to cause (something) to be heard
send down to send -(someone) to prison send away for-to ask to receive (something) by sending a letter, coupon, etc., to someone by mail

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 24

Directions: Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentences to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and there is no correction required mark (e) as the answer.

Each month she pays into an account that can be used for medical expenses.

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 24

pay into -to put money into (a fund or account)
pay off- to produce a result that you want
pay up -to pay what you owe : to pay what is due
pay out- to give (an amount of money) to someone usually over a period of time
pay up to -pay what you owe : to pay what is due

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 25

Directions: Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentences to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and there is no correction required mark (e) as the answer.

All the seats were sold and a large crowd had to be turned away.

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 25

Turn down (someone or something) or turn (someone or something) down: to say no to (someone or something) especially in a polite way
Turn around or turn around (something) or turn (something) around- to cause a vehicle to travel in the opposite direction
Turn around (something) or turn (something) around-to change (something) in a way that makes it better or more successful
Turn away (someone) or turn (someone) away-to refuse to allow (someone) to enter a place
Turn back -to move in the opposite direction in order to return to a place

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 26

Directions (26-30): Rearrange the following six sentence (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

A. It already has a nuclear arsenal, a formidable missile programme, and has taken creditable strides in the field of space exploation.

B. Owning a HSR network has become a status symbol for nations.

C. After all, it has the dream of becoming the third

D. China leveraged this phenomenon to the hilt by introducing high-speed trains on its network in the nineties, and can now boast of owning the world’s largest HSR network.

E. The high-speed rail (HSR) owes its genesis to the competition railways faced from fast-moving automobiles and airplanes.

F.  It is but natural for India to aspire to join the exclusive club of nations having a HSR network.
the largest economy in 25 years.

Q. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 26

EBDFCA is the correct sequence

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 27

Directions (26-30): Rearrange the following six sentence (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

A. It already has a nuclear arsenal, a formidable missile programme, and has taken creditable strides in the field of space exploation.

B. Owning a HSR network has become a status symbol for nations.

C. After all, it has the dream of becoming the third

D. China leveraged this phenomenon to the hilt by introducing high-speed trains on its network in the nineties, and can now boast of owning the world’s largest HSR network.

E. The high-speed rail (HSR) owes its genesis to the competition railways faced from fast-moving automobiles and airplanes.

F.  It is but natural for India to aspire to join the exclusive club of nations having a HSR network.
the largest economy in 25 years.

Q. Which of the following should be the FIFTH(last) sentence after rearrangement? 

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 27

EBDFCA is the correct sequence

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 28

Directions (26-30): Rearrange the following six sentence (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

A. It already has a nuclear arsenal, a formidable missile programme, and has taken creditable strides in the field of space exploation.

B. Owning a HSR network has become a status symbol for nations.

C. After all, it has the dream of becoming the third

D. China leveraged this phenomenon to the hilt by introducing high-speed trains on its network in the nineties, and can now boast of owning the world’s largest HSR network.

E. The high-speed rail (HSR) owes its genesis to the competition railways faced from fast-moving automobiles and airplanes.

F.  It is but natural for India to aspire to join the exclusive club of nations having a HSR network.
the largest economy in 25 years.

Q.  Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 28

EBDFCA is the correct sequence

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 29

Directions (26-30): Rearrange the following six sentence (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

A. It already has a nuclear arsenal, a formidable missile programme, and has taken creditable strides in the field of space exploation.

B. Owning a HSR network has become a status symbol for nations.

C. After all, it has the dream of becoming the third

D. China leveraged this phenomenon to the hilt by introducing high-speed trains on its network in the nineties, and can now boast of owning the world’s largest HSR network.

E. The high-speed rail (HSR) owes its genesis to the competition railways faced from fast-moving automobiles and airplanes.

F.  It is but natural for India to aspire to join the exclusive club of nations having a HSR network.
the largest economy in 25 years.

Q. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 29

EBDFCA is the correct sequence

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 30

Directions (26-30): Rearrange the following six sentence (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

A. It already has a nuclear arsenal, a formidable missile programme, and has taken creditable strides in the field of space exploation.

B. Owning a HSR network has become a status symbol for nations.

C. After all, it has the dream of becoming the third

D. China leveraged this phenomenon to the hilt by introducing high-speed trains on its network in the nineties, and can now boast of owning the world’s largest HSR network.

E. The high-speed rail (HSR) owes its genesis to the competition railways faced from fast-moving automobiles and airplanes.

F.  It is but natural for India to aspire to join the exclusive club of nations having a HSR network.
the largest economy in 25 years.

Q.  Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 30

EBDFCA is the correct sequence

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 31

Directions: Read the following information carefully to answer the questions given below.

Eight Persons L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S who all are sitting in a row such that some of them faces towards north and some of them faces towards south direction. They all have different profession i.e. Engineer, Doctor, Fashion Designer, Lawyer, Manager, Accountant, HR and Musician but not necessarily in the same order. N does not sit at the end of the row. The one who is HR sits between the one who is Accountant and the one who is Musician.  The one who is Engineer sits fourth to the left of S, who sits one of the end of the row. Two persons sits between N and the one who is engineer. Both N and the engineer faces same direction. More than three persons sits between N and R whose profession is HR. The number of persons sitting to the right of Manager is two more than the number of persons who sits on the right of L, who is a lawyer. O is an Accountant and both his immediate neighbours faces same direction. L sits on the immediate right of N.  The immediate neighbours of R faces opposite direction. P sits third to the right Q and faces north direction. The doctor faces south direction and he is not N. O faces south.

Q. Who among the following is Doctor?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 31

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 32

Directions: Read the following information carefully to answer the questions given below.

Eight Persons L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S who all are sitting in a row such that some of them faces towards north and some of them faces towards south direction. They all have different profession i.e. Engineer, Doctor, Fashion Designer, Lawyer, Manager, Accountant, HR and Musician but not necessarily in the same order. N does not sit at the end of the row. The one who is HR sits between the one who is Accountant and the one who is Musician.  The one who is Engineer sits fourth to the left of S, who sits one of the end of the row. Two persons sits between N and the one who is engineer. Both N and the engineer faces same direction. More than three persons sits between N and R whose profession is HR. The number of persons sitting to the right of Manager is two more than the number of persons who sits on the right of L, who is a lawyer. O is an Accountant and both his immediate neighbours faces same direction. L sits on the immediate right of N.  The immediate neighbours of R faces opposite direction. P sits third to the right Q and faces north direction. The doctor faces south direction and he is not N. O faces south.

Q. Who among the following sits on the immediate right of Q?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 32

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 33

Directions: Read the following information carefully to answer the questions given below.

Eight Persons L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S who all are sitting in a row such that some of them faces towards north and some of them faces towards south direction. They all have different profession i.e. Engineer, Doctor, Fashion Designer, Lawyer, Manager, Accountant, HR and Musician but not necessarily in the same order. N does not sit at the end of the row. The one who is HR sits between the one who is Accountant and the one who is Musician.  The one who is Engineer sits fourth to the left of S, who sits one of the end of the row. Two persons sits between N and the one who is engineer. Both N and the engineer faces same direction. More than three persons sits between N and R whose profession is HR. The number of persons sitting to the right of Manager is two more than the number of persons who sits on the right of L, who is a lawyer. O is an Accountant and both his immediate neighbours faces same direction. L sits on the immediate right of N.  The immediate neighbours of R faces opposite direction. P sits third to the right Q and faces north direction. The doctor faces south direction and he is not N. O faces south.

Q. Who among the following is the manager?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 34

Directions: Read the following information carefully to answer the questions given below.

Eight Persons L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S who all are sitting in a row such that some of them faces towards north and some of them faces towards south direction. They all have different profession i.e. Engineer, Doctor, Fashion Designer, Lawyer, Manager, Accountant, HR and Musician but not necessarily in the same order. N does not sit at the end of the row. The one who is HR sits between the one who is Accountant and the one who is Musician.  The one who is Engineer sits fourth to the left of S, who sits one of the end of the row. Two persons sits between N and the one who is engineer. Both N and the engineer faces same direction. More than three persons sits between N and R whose profession is HR. The number of persons sitting to the right of Manager is two more than the number of persons who sits on the right of L, who is a lawyer. O is an Accountant and both his immediate neighbours faces same direction. L sits on the immediate right of N.  The immediate neighbours of R faces opposite direction. P sits third to the right Q and faces north direction. The doctor faces south direction and he is not N. O faces south.

Q. What is the profession of P?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 35

Directions: Read the following information carefully to answer the questions given below.

Eight Persons L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S who all are sitting in a row such that some of them faces towards north and some of them faces towards south direction. They all have different profession i.e. Engineer, Doctor, Fashion Designer, Lawyer, Manager, Accountant, HR and Musician but not necessarily in the same order. N does not sit at the end of the row. The one who is HR sits between the one who is Accountant and the one who is Musician.  The one who is Engineer sits fourth to the left of S, who sits one of the end of the row. Two persons sits between N and the one who is engineer. Both N and the engineer faces same direction. More than three persons sits between N and R whose profession is HR. The number of persons sitting to the right of Manager is two more than the number of persons who sits on the right of L, who is a lawyer. O is an Accountant and both his immediate neighbours faces same direction. L sits on the immediate right of N.  The immediate neighbours of R faces opposite direction. P sits third to the right Q and faces north direction. The doctor faces south direction and he is not N. O faces south.

Q. How many persons faces south direction?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 36

Directions: In these questions relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statement and select the appropriate answer.

Statements:
E < Z = U ≥ T; X ≥ Z ≥ Y

Conclusions:
I. Y < E
II. T < X

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 36

Conclusions:
I. Y < E( Not True )
II. T < X( Not True )​

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 37

Directions: In these questions relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statement and select the appropriate answer.

Statements:
E < Z = U ≥ T; Y > Z ≥ X

Conclusions:
I. Y > E
II. X ≤ T

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 37

Conclusions:
I. Y > E( True )
II. X ≤ T( Not True )

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 38

Directions: In these questions relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statement and select the appropriate answer.

Statements:
A ≥ B ≤ C = T < L ≥ V

Conclusions:
I. A ≤ V
II. L > B

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Conclusions:
I. A ≤ V ( Not True )
II. L > B( True )

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 39

Directions: In these questions relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statement and select the appropriate answer.

Statements: 
N > L ≤ C; A > L; B ≥ C

Conclusions:
I. B ≥ L
II. C ≥ N

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 39

Conclusions:
I. B ≥ L( True )
II. C ≥ N( Not True )​

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 40

Directions: In these questions relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statement and select the appropriate answer.

Statements:
N > L ≤ C; A > L; B ≥ C

Conclusions:
I. A > N
II. C ≥ A

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 40

Conclusions:
I. A > N ( Not True )
II. C ≥ A( Not True )

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 41

Direction : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer

Statements: 

Some schools are colleges.

Some colleges are hostels.

No hostel is an institute.

Conclusions

I. All institutes being colleges is a possibility.

II. No institute is a hostel. 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 42

Direction : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer

 

Statements:

 All nails are hammers.

All hammers are needles.

Some needles are threads.

Conclusions

I. At least some threads are hammers. 

II. All hammers being nails is a possibility.

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 43

Direction : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer

Statements:

 Some stones are shells.

All shells are boxes.

All boxes are pearls.

Conclusions

I. Some shells are pearls.

II. Some stones are boxes.

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 44

Direction : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer

Statements: All chains are bangles.

Some bangles are pendants.

No pendant is a ring.

Conclusions: 

I. Some chains are pendants.

II. No chain is a bangle.

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 45

Direction : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer

Statements: All chains are bangles.

Some bangles are pendants.

No pendant is a ring.

Conclusions:

 I. Some rings being pendants is a possibility.

II. Some bangles are chains.

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 46

Point R is 10m north of point A. Point K is exactly in the middle of the points R and A. Point N is 7m east of point A. Point M is 7m east of point K. Point S is 6m north of point M. What is the distance between points S and N?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 47

Point P is 13m towards the East of Point Q. Neha, starts from Point Q, travels 8m towards West and takes a right turn. After taking the right turn, she travels 5m and reaches Point B. From Point B, she takes a right turn again and she travels 21m and reaches Point C. How far and towards which direction must the Neha travel to reach Point P?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 48

Directions : Read the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow:

A family consists of six members A, B, C, D, E and F. B is the son of C but C is not the mother of B. A and C are married couple. E is the brother of C. D is the daughter of A and F is the brother of A. G is the father in law of A. B is brother of D. H is grand mother of D.

Q.Who is the brother-in-law of A?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 49

Directions : Read the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow:

A family consists of six members A, B, C, D, E and F. B is the son of C but C is not the mother of B. A and C are married couple. E is the brother of C. D is the daughter of A and F is the brother of A. G is the father in law of A. B is brother of D. H is grand mother of D.

Q. Who is the mother of E?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 50

Directions : Read the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow:

A family consists of six members A, B, C, D, E and F. B is the son of C but C is not the mother of B. A and C are married couple. E is the brother of C. D is the daughter of A and F is the brother of A. G is the father in law of A. B is brother of D. H is grand mother of D.

Q. How is D related to E?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 51

Directions : Study the information and answer the following questions:

In a certain code language 

‘best are now in’ is written as ‘sx pt fa ma’, 

‘all are best content’ is written as ‘pq ma vx fa ’, 

‘they are writing content’ is written as ‘vx  mn fa ca’ and 

‘all they often consume’ is written as ‘la xa mn pq’.

Q. What is the code for ‘now’ in the given code language?

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best = ma

Are = fa

now/in = sx/pt

All = pq

content = vx

they = mn

writing = ca

often/consume = la/xa

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 52

Directions : Study the information and answer the following questions:

In a certain code language 

‘best are now in’ is written as ‘sx pt fa ma’, 

‘all are best content’ is written as ‘pq ma vx fa ’, 

‘they are writing content’ is written as ‘vx  mn fa ca’ and 

‘all they often consume’ is written as ‘la xa mn pq’.

Q. What is the code for ‘all best’ in the given code language?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 52

best = ma

Are = fa

now/in = sx/pt

All = pq

content = vx

they = mn

writing = ca

often/consume = la/xa

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 53

Directions : Study the information and answer the following questions:

In a certain code language 

‘best are now in’ is written as ‘sx pt fa ma’, 

‘all are best content’ is written as ‘pq ma vx fa ’, 

‘they are writing content’ is written as ‘vx  mn fa ca’ and 

‘all they often consume’ is written as ‘la xa mn pq’.

Q. What is the code for ‘consume’ in the given code language?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 53

best = ma

Are = fa

now/in = sx/pt

All = pq

content = vx

they = mn

writing = ca

often/consume = la/xa

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 54

Directions : Study the information and answer the following questions:

In a certain code language 

‘best are now in’ is written as ‘sx pt fa ma’, 

‘all are best content’ is written as ‘pq ma vx fa ’, 

‘they are writing content’ is written as ‘vx  mn fa ca’ and 

‘all they often consume’ is written as ‘la xa mn pq’.

Q. What is the code for ‘content’ in the given code language?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 54

best = ma

Are = fa

now/in = sx/pt

All = pq

content = vx

they = mn

writing = ca

often/consume = la/xa

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 55

Directions : Study the information and answer the following questions:

In a certain code language 

‘best are now in’ is written as ‘sx pt fa ma’, 

‘all are best content’ is written as ‘pq ma vx fa ’, 

‘they are writing content’ is written as ‘vx  mn fa ca’ and 

‘all they often consume’ is written as ‘la xa mn pq’.

Q. What is the code for ‘writing’ in the given code language?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 55

best = ma

Are = fa

now/in = sx/pt

All = pq

content = vx

they = mn

writing = ca

often/consume = la/xa

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 56

Directions : Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below:

4  K  @  1  E  F  ©  2  H  D  %  3  8  B  I  M  6  *  U  W  Y  5  $  9  G  J  #  7  A

Q. Which of the following is the eighth to the left of the nineteenth from the left end of the above arrangement?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 56

8th to left of 19th from left= 19-8= 11th from left= %

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 57

Directions : Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below:

4  K  @  1  E  F  ©  2  H  D  %  3  8  B  I  M  6  *  U  W  Y  5  $  9  G  J  #  7  A

Q. How many such consonants are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a letter and immediately followed by a number?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 57

IM6, WY5

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 58

Directions : Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below:

4  K  @  1  E  F  ©  2  H  D  %  3  8  B  I  M  6  *  U  W  Y  5  $  9  G  J  #  7  A

Q. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 59

Directions : Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below:

4  K  @  1  E  F  ©  2  H  D  %  3  8  B  I  M  6  *  U  W  Y  5  $  9  G  J  #  7  A

Q. If all the numbers in the above arrangement are dropped, which of the following will be the fourteenth from the left end?

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 60

Directions : Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below:

4  K  @  1  E  F  ©  2  H  D  %  3  8  B  I  M  6  *  U  W  Y  5  $  9  G  J  #  7  A

Q. How many such symbols are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a letter and immediately followed by a number?

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K@1, F©2, D%3, J#7

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 61

Directions: Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

Seven teachers A, B, C, D, E, F and G are teaching seven subjects History, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology and English from Monday to Friday. Each teacher teaches a different subject and not more than two subjects are taught on any one of the days. Chemistry is taught by B on Tuesday. D teaches on Friday but neither Geography nor Physics. F teaches History but neither on Thursday nor on Friday. A teaches English on the day on which History is taught. C teaches Maths on Monday. Geography and Chemistry are taught on the same day. G teaches on Thursday.

Q. English is taught on which day?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 62

Directions: Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

Seven teachers A, B, C, D, E, F and G are teaching seven subjects History, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology and English from Monday to Friday. Each teacher teaches a different subject and not more than two subjects are taught on any one of the days. Chemistry is taught by B on Tuesday. D teaches on Friday but neither Geography nor Physics. F teaches History but neither on Thursday nor on Friday. A teaches English on the day on which History is taught. C teaches Maths on Monday. Geography and Chemistry are taught on the same day. G teaches on Thursday.

Q. Which of the following subjects is taught by ‘G’?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 63

Directions: Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

Seven teachers A, B, C, D, E, F and G are teaching seven subjects History, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology and English from Monday to Friday. Each teacher teaches a different subject and not more than two subjects are taught on any one of the days. Chemistry is taught by B on Tuesday. D teaches on Friday but neither Geography nor Physics. F teaches History but neither on Thursday nor on Friday. A teaches English on the day on which History is taught. C teaches Maths on Monday. Geography and Chemistry are taught on the same day. G teaches on Thursday.

Q. Geography is taught on which day?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 64

Directions: Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

Seven teachers A, B, C, D, E, F and G are teaching seven subjects History, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology and English from Monday to Friday. Each teacher teaches a different subject and not more than two subjects are taught on any one of the days. Chemistry is taught by B on Tuesday. D teaches on Friday but neither Geography nor Physics. F teaches History but neither on Thursday nor on Friday. A teaches English on the day on which History is taught. C teaches Maths on Monday. Geography and Chemistry are taught on the same day. G teaches on Thursday.

Q. Which subject is taught on Friday?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 64

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 65

Directions: Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

Seven teachers A, B, C, D, E, F and G are teaching seven subjects History, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology and English from Monday to Friday. Each teacher teaches a different subject and not more than two subjects are taught on any one of the days. Chemistry is taught by B on Tuesday. D teaches on Friday but neither Geography nor Physics. F teaches History but neither on Thursday nor on Friday. A teaches English on the day on which History is taught. C teaches Maths on Monday. Geography and Chemistry are taught on the same day. G teaches on Thursday.

Q. Which of the following pairs of persons teaches on Tuesday

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 65

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 66

Directions : A dealer purchased 6 old washing machines of 6 different companies from OLX and sold them in market. Given below is the data showing cost price, selling price and profit/loss percentage. 

 

Q. Cost price of Panasonic washing machine is what percent of selling price of Videocon washing machine? (approximate) 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 67

Directions : A dealer purchased 6 old washing machines of 6 different companies from OLX and sold them in market. Given below is the data showing cost price, selling price and profit/loss percentage. 

 

Q. If there have been a profit of 18% on Videocon washing machine instead of 18% loss, then the new S.P. is how much more than the original S.P. ?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 68

Directions : A dealer purchased 6 old washing machines of 6 different companies from OLX and sold them in market. Given below is the data showing cost price, selling price and profit/loss percentage. 

 

Q. Profit percentage on Godrej washing machine is what percent more/less than profit percentage on LG washing machine?  

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 68

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 69

Directions : A dealer purchased 6 old washing machines of 6 different companies from OLX and sold them in market. Given below is the data showing cost price, selling price and profit/loss percentage. 

 

Q. What is the ratio between loss percentage of Whirlpool washing machine to loss percentage of Samsung washing machine ?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 70

Directions : A dealer purchased 6 old washing machines of 6 different companies from OLX and sold them in market. Given below is the data showing cost price, selling price and profit/loss percentage. 

 

Q. What is the overall profit/loss percentage? (approximate) 

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 70

Overall cost price of all washing machines together 

=9375+18750+12325+10385+4050+14360=69245

Overall selling price of all washing machines together 

=7968.75+21375+10106.5+14019.75+5022+12924=71416

Profit percentage =(71416-69245)/69245×100 ≈3.1% profit 

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 71

Directions : Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below: 

Marks obtained by the six students in five subjects in annual examination

 

Q. Who stood first in the examination? 

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 71

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 72

​ Directions : Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below: 

Marks obtained by the six students in five subjects in annual examination

 

Q. What is difference between overall percentage marks obtained by B and E?

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 72

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 73

Directions : Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below: 

Marks obtained by the six students in five subjects in annual examination

 

Q. How many students obtained more marks than average marks in Physics by all the students? 

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 73

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 74

Directions : Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below: 

Marks obtained by the six students in five subjects in annual examination

 

Q. Marks obtained by B in Chem. and Eng. together are approximately what percent of the total marks obtained by F in all subjectstogether? 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 75

Directions : Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below: 

Marks obtained by the six students in five subjects in annual examination

 

Q. How many students obtained less than 70% marks in aggregate? 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 76

Directions : What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 77

Directions : What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 78

Directions : What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 79

Directions : What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 80

Directions : What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?

 36% of 245 - 40% of 210 = 10 - ?

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 81

Directions : Two equations I and II are given below in each question. You have to solve these equations and give answer 

I. x2 - x - 6 = 0
II. 2y2 + 13y + 21 = 0

Detailed Solution for SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 81

 

SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 82

Directions : Two equations I and II are given below in each question. You have to solve these equations and give answer 

I. x2 = 4
II. y2 + 6y + 9 = 0

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 83

Directions : Two equations I and II are given below in each question. You have to solve these equations and give answer 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 84

Directions : Two equations I and II are given below in each question. You have to solve these equations and give answer 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 85

Directions : Two equations I and II are given below in each question. You have to solve these equations and give answer 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 86

Directions : What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?

 6, 9, 18, 45, 135, ?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 87

Directions : What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?

 66, 35, 72, 38, 78, ?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 88

Directions : What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?

 29, 33, 60, 76, 201, ?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 89

Directions : What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?

 5, 7.25, 13.5, 25.75 46, ?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 90

Directions : What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?

138, 269, 532, 1059, 2114, ?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 91

Three friends Anita, Bindu and Champa divided Rs. 1105 among themselves in such a way that if Rs. 10, Rs. 20 and Rs. 15 are removed from the sum that Anita, Bindu and Champa received respectively,  the share of the sum that they got will be in the ratio of 11 : 18 : 24. How much did Champa received? 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 92

A sum of Rs. 1440 is lent out in three parts in such a way that the interest on first part at 2% for 3 years, second part at 3% for 4 years and third part at 4% for 5 years are equal. Then the difference between the largest and the smallest sum is 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 93

Uday gave Rs 1200 on loan. Some amount he gave at 4% per annum on simple interest and remaining at 5% per annum on simple interest. After 2 years he got Rs 110 as interest. Then the amounts given at 4% and 5% per annum simple interest are respectively.

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 94

The perimeter of a square is equal to twice the perimeter of a rectangle of length of 8 cm and breadth 7 cm. What is the circumference of a semicircle whose diameter is equal to the side of the square? (Rounded off to the two decimal places)(take π = 3.14) 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 95

Four circles having equal radii are drawn with centres at the four corners of a square. Each circle touches the other two adjacent circle. If remaining area of the square is 168 cm square, what is the size of the radius of the circle? (in centimeters ) (take π = 22/7) 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 96

If all possible four-digit numbers are formed using the digits 3, 5, 6, 9 without repetition and arranged in ascending order of magnitude, then the position of the number 6953 is

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 97

A finishes 6/7th of the work in 2z hours, B works twice as fast as A and finishes the remaining work. For how long did B work? 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 98

A vessel contains 1 litre mixture of milk and water and the other vessel contains 2 litre mixture of the same. The ratio of milk and water in first and second vessels is 5 : 4 and 7 : 2 respectively. The mixture of second vessel is poured back to first vessel. Find the ratio of milk and water in the first vessel. 

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 99

Ravi borrowed some money at the rate of 4 p.c.p.a for the first three years, at the rate of 8 p.c.p.a for the next two years and at the rate of 9 p.c.p.a for the period beyond 5 years. If he pays a total simple interest of Rs 19550 at the end of 7 years, how much money did he borrow?

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SBI PO Prelims Mock Test - 25 (31-01-2023) - Question 100

Mr. X invested an amount for 2 years at 15 percent per annum at simple interest. Had the interest been compounded anually, he would have earned Rs. 450/- more as interest. What was the amount invested? 

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