Page 1 GENERAL APTITUDE 01. Are there enough seats here? There are _______ people here than I expected. (A)more (B)least (C)many (D)most 01. Ans: (A) Sol: The sentence is in comparative degree ‘more… than’. 02. A final examination is the _____ of a series of evaluations that a student has to go through. (A)consultation (B)culmination (C)desperation (D)insinuation 02. Ans: (B) Sol: Culmination means the end or final result of something. 03. If IMHO = JNIP; IDK =JEL: and SO =TP, then IDC = ____. (A)JDC (B)JCD (C)JDE (D)JED 03. Ans: (D) Sol: The given words are coded as follows Then ? Option (D) is correct +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 I M H O I D K S O J N I P J E L T P +1 +1 +1 I D C J E D Page 2 GENERAL APTITUDE 01. Are there enough seats here? There are _______ people here than I expected. (A)more (B)least (C)many (D)most 01. Ans: (A) Sol: The sentence is in comparative degree ‘more… than’. 02. A final examination is the _____ of a series of evaluations that a student has to go through. (A)consultation (B)culmination (C)desperation (D)insinuation 02. Ans: (B) Sol: Culmination means the end or final result of something. 03. If IMHO = JNIP; IDK =JEL: and SO =TP, then IDC = ____. (A)JDC (B)JCD (C)JDE (D)JED 03. Ans: (D) Sol: The given words are coded as follows Then ? Option (D) is correct +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 I M H O I D K S O J N I P J E L T P +1 +1 +1 I D C J E D 04. The product of three integers X, Y and Z is 192. Z is equal to 4 and P is equal to the average of X and Y. What is the minimum possible value of P? (A) 9.5 (B) 6 (C) 8 (D) 7 04. Ans: (D) Sol: The product of three integers = X,Y and Z = 192 XYZ = 192, Z = 4 2 Y X P ? ? , P min = ? XYZ = 192 XY = 4 192 = 48 The product of X,Y = 48, as follows (1, 48), (2, 24), (3,16), (4, 12) and (6, 8) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 2 Y X P 5 . 24 2 48 1 ? ? ? P 13 2 24 2 ? ? ? P 5 . 9 2 16 3 ? ? ? P 8 2 12 4 ? ? ? P 7 2 8 6 ? ? ? P ? P min = '7' Hence, option (D) is correct Page 3 GENERAL APTITUDE 01. Are there enough seats here? There are _______ people here than I expected. (A)more (B)least (C)many (D)most 01. Ans: (A) Sol: The sentence is in comparative degree ‘more… than’. 02. A final examination is the _____ of a series of evaluations that a student has to go through. (A)consultation (B)culmination (C)desperation (D)insinuation 02. Ans: (B) Sol: Culmination means the end or final result of something. 03. If IMHO = JNIP; IDK =JEL: and SO =TP, then IDC = ____. (A)JDC (B)JCD (C)JDE (D)JED 03. Ans: (D) Sol: The given words are coded as follows Then ? Option (D) is correct +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 I M H O I D K S O J N I P J E L T P +1 +1 +1 I D C J E D 04. The product of three integers X, Y and Z is 192. Z is equal to 4 and P is equal to the average of X and Y. What is the minimum possible value of P? (A) 9.5 (B) 6 (C) 8 (D) 7 04. Ans: (D) Sol: The product of three integers = X,Y and Z = 192 XYZ = 192, Z = 4 2 Y X P ? ? , P min = ? XYZ = 192 XY = 4 192 = 48 The product of X,Y = 48, as follows (1, 48), (2, 24), (3,16), (4, 12) and (6, 8) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 2 Y X P 5 . 24 2 48 1 ? ? ? P 13 2 24 2 ? ? ? P 5 . 9 2 16 3 ? ? ? P 8 2 12 4 ? ? ? P 7 2 8 6 ? ? ? P ? P min = '7' Hence, option (D) is correct 05. Once the team of analysis identify the problem, we _____ in a better position to comment on the issue. Which one of the following choices CANNOT fill the given blank? (A)were to be (B)might be (C)are going to be (D)will be 05. Ans: (A) Sol: Options B, C and D indicate future and are possible to fill in the blank whereas the given question states (which one of the following choices CANNOT fill the given blank) therefore, option (A) cannot be filled in the given blank. 06. Mola is a digital platform for taxis in a city. It offers three types of rides Pool, Mini and Prime. The table below presents the number of rides for the past four months. The platform earns one US dollar per ride. What is the percentage share of revenue contributed by Prime to the total revenues of Mola, for the entire duration? Type Month January February March April Pool 170 320 215 190 Mini 110 220 180 70 Prime 75 180 120 90 (A)38.74 (B)25.86 (C)23.97 (D)16.24 06. Ans: (C) Sol: Total Revenues of Mola from all types of Rides = 170 + 320 + 215 + 190(pool) + 110 + 220 + 180 + 70(Mini) + 75 + 180 + 120 + 90(prime) =1940 Revenue contribute by prime ride = 75 + 180 + 120 + 90 = 465 Page 4 GENERAL APTITUDE 01. Are there enough seats here? There are _______ people here than I expected. (A)more (B)least (C)many (D)most 01. Ans: (A) Sol: The sentence is in comparative degree ‘more… than’. 02. A final examination is the _____ of a series of evaluations that a student has to go through. (A)consultation (B)culmination (C)desperation (D)insinuation 02. Ans: (B) Sol: Culmination means the end or final result of something. 03. If IMHO = JNIP; IDK =JEL: and SO =TP, then IDC = ____. (A)JDC (B)JCD (C)JDE (D)JED 03. Ans: (D) Sol: The given words are coded as follows Then ? Option (D) is correct +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 I M H O I D K S O J N I P J E L T P +1 +1 +1 I D C J E D 04. The product of three integers X, Y and Z is 192. Z is equal to 4 and P is equal to the average of X and Y. What is the minimum possible value of P? (A) 9.5 (B) 6 (C) 8 (D) 7 04. Ans: (D) Sol: The product of three integers = X,Y and Z = 192 XYZ = 192, Z = 4 2 Y X P ? ? , P min = ? XYZ = 192 XY = 4 192 = 48 The product of X,Y = 48, as follows (1, 48), (2, 24), (3,16), (4, 12) and (6, 8) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 2 Y X P 5 . 24 2 48 1 ? ? ? P 13 2 24 2 ? ? ? P 5 . 9 2 16 3 ? ? ? P 8 2 12 4 ? ? ? P 7 2 8 6 ? ? ? P ? P min = '7' Hence, option (D) is correct 05. Once the team of analysis identify the problem, we _____ in a better position to comment on the issue. Which one of the following choices CANNOT fill the given blank? (A)were to be (B)might be (C)are going to be (D)will be 05. Ans: (A) Sol: Options B, C and D indicate future and are possible to fill in the blank whereas the given question states (which one of the following choices CANNOT fill the given blank) therefore, option (A) cannot be filled in the given blank. 06. Mola is a digital platform for taxis in a city. It offers three types of rides Pool, Mini and Prime. The table below presents the number of rides for the past four months. The platform earns one US dollar per ride. What is the percentage share of revenue contributed by Prime to the total revenues of Mola, for the entire duration? Type Month January February March April Pool 170 320 215 190 Mini 110 220 180 70 Prime 75 180 120 90 (A)38.74 (B)25.86 (C)23.97 (D)16.24 06. Ans: (C) Sol: Total Revenues of Mola from all types of Rides = 170 + 320 + 215 + 190(pool) + 110 + 220 + 180 + 70(Mini) + 75 + 180 + 120 + 90(prime) =1940 Revenue contribute by prime ride = 75 + 180 + 120 + 90 = 465 ? The percentage of share of revenue contributed by prime to the total revenue of Mola = 100 1940 465 ? = 23.97 Hence, option (C) is correct. 07. Fiscal deficit was 4% of the GDP in 2015 and that increased to 5% in 2016. If the GDP increased by 10% from 2015 to 2016, the percentage increase in the actual fiscal deficit is___ (A) 37.50 (B) 25.00 (C) 35.70 (D) 10.00 07. Ans: (A) Sol: Fiscal deficit (F.D) in 2015 = 4 % of GDP Fiscal deficit (F.D) in 2016 = 5 % of GDP GDP in 2016 = 10% ? of GDP in 2015 GDP 2016 = 1.1 GDP 2015 Assume GDP 2015 = x GDP 2016 = 1.1 x F.D 2015 = 100 4 100 4 x x ? ? F.D 2016 = 100 5 . 5 1 . 1 100 5 x x ? ? Actual Increase F.D = 100 . . . 2015 2015 2016 ? ? D F D F D F = 100 100 4 100 4 100 5 . 5 ? ? x x x = 100 4 5 . 1 ? x x = 37.50% ? Hence, option (A) is correct Page 5 GENERAL APTITUDE 01. Are there enough seats here? There are _______ people here than I expected. (A)more (B)least (C)many (D)most 01. Ans: (A) Sol: The sentence is in comparative degree ‘more… than’. 02. A final examination is the _____ of a series of evaluations that a student has to go through. (A)consultation (B)culmination (C)desperation (D)insinuation 02. Ans: (B) Sol: Culmination means the end or final result of something. 03. If IMHO = JNIP; IDK =JEL: and SO =TP, then IDC = ____. (A)JDC (B)JCD (C)JDE (D)JED 03. Ans: (D) Sol: The given words are coded as follows Then ? Option (D) is correct +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 I M H O I D K S O J N I P J E L T P +1 +1 +1 I D C J E D 04. The product of three integers X, Y and Z is 192. Z is equal to 4 and P is equal to the average of X and Y. What is the minimum possible value of P? (A) 9.5 (B) 6 (C) 8 (D) 7 04. Ans: (D) Sol: The product of three integers = X,Y and Z = 192 XYZ = 192, Z = 4 2 Y X P ? ? , P min = ? XYZ = 192 XY = 4 192 = 48 The product of X,Y = 48, as follows (1, 48), (2, 24), (3,16), (4, 12) and (6, 8) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 2 Y X P 5 . 24 2 48 1 ? ? ? P 13 2 24 2 ? ? ? P 5 . 9 2 16 3 ? ? ? P 8 2 12 4 ? ? ? P 7 2 8 6 ? ? ? P ? P min = '7' Hence, option (D) is correct 05. Once the team of analysis identify the problem, we _____ in a better position to comment on the issue. Which one of the following choices CANNOT fill the given blank? (A)were to be (B)might be (C)are going to be (D)will be 05. Ans: (A) Sol: Options B, C and D indicate future and are possible to fill in the blank whereas the given question states (which one of the following choices CANNOT fill the given blank) therefore, option (A) cannot be filled in the given blank. 06. Mola is a digital platform for taxis in a city. It offers three types of rides Pool, Mini and Prime. The table below presents the number of rides for the past four months. The platform earns one US dollar per ride. What is the percentage share of revenue contributed by Prime to the total revenues of Mola, for the entire duration? Type Month January February March April Pool 170 320 215 190 Mini 110 220 180 70 Prime 75 180 120 90 (A)38.74 (B)25.86 (C)23.97 (D)16.24 06. Ans: (C) Sol: Total Revenues of Mola from all types of Rides = 170 + 320 + 215 + 190(pool) + 110 + 220 + 180 + 70(Mini) + 75 + 180 + 120 + 90(prime) =1940 Revenue contribute by prime ride = 75 + 180 + 120 + 90 = 465 ? The percentage of share of revenue contributed by prime to the total revenue of Mola = 100 1940 465 ? = 23.97 Hence, option (C) is correct. 07. Fiscal deficit was 4% of the GDP in 2015 and that increased to 5% in 2016. If the GDP increased by 10% from 2015 to 2016, the percentage increase in the actual fiscal deficit is___ (A) 37.50 (B) 25.00 (C) 35.70 (D) 10.00 07. Ans: (A) Sol: Fiscal deficit (F.D) in 2015 = 4 % of GDP Fiscal deficit (F.D) in 2016 = 5 % of GDP GDP in 2016 = 10% ? of GDP in 2015 GDP 2016 = 1.1 GDP 2015 Assume GDP 2015 = x GDP 2016 = 1.1 x F.D 2015 = 100 4 100 4 x x ? ? F.D 2016 = 100 5 . 5 1 . 1 100 5 x x ? ? Actual Increase F.D = 100 . . . 2015 2015 2016 ? ? D F D F D F = 100 100 4 100 4 100 5 . 5 ? ? x x x = 100 4 5 . 1 ? x x = 37.50% ? Hence, option (A) is correct 08. While teaching a creative writing class in India, I was surprised at receiving stories from the students that were all set in distant places: in the American West with cowboys and in Manhattan penthouses with clinking ice cubes. This was, till an eminent Caribbean writer gave the writers in the oncecolonised countries the confidence to see the shabby lives around them as worthy of being “told” The writer of this passage is surprised by the creative writing assignments of his students, because______. (A) Some of the students had written about ice cubes and cowboys (B) None of the students had written about ice cubes and cowboys (C) Some of the students had written stories set in foreign places (D) None of the students had written stories set in India 08. Ans: (D) Sol: No where the word ‘some’ is mentioned. So, ‘D’ is the right statement. 09. Two pipes P and Q can fill a tank in 6 hours and 9 hours respectively, while a third pipe R can empty the tank in 12 hours. Initially, P and R are open for 4 hours. Then P is closed and Q is opened. After 6 more hours R is closed. The total time taken to fill the tank (in hours) is__ (A) 14.50 (B) 16.50 (C) 15.50 (D) 13.50 09. Ans: (A) Sol: P can fill in 1 hr = 6 1 th part (+ve) Q can fill in 1 hr = 9 1 th part (+ve) R can empty in 1 hr = 12 1 th part (–ve) P and R can fill in 4 hr = 4 3 1 12 1 6 1 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? th part then P is closed P Q R 6hrs 9hrs 12hrsRead More
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