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QUANTITATIVE REASONING
1. Given following sequence, find the next term in the series:
o, 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 12, 20, 16,
A. 20
B. 24
c. 18
D. 30
E. None of these
ANSWER: D
EXPLANATION
Above series is a combination of two series where terms of both the series are placed in alternate fashion.
Series-I O, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24 and so on…
In this series every term is 4 greater than its previous term.
Series-2 2, 6, 12, 20, 30…
If we look at this series then we can find out that,
12 = 6 + 6
20 = 12 + 8
30 = 20 + 10
So, next term will be 30.
2. Find the missing number in the series: 2, 5, 19 37, 75.
A. Il
B. 10
C. 9
D. 12
E. None of these
ANSWER: C
EXPLANATION
The pattern followed is:
= 18 + 1 = 19
(19 x 2) – 1 = 38 – 1 = 37
(37 x 2) + 1 – 74 + 1 = 75
Hence missing number is 9.
3. It is the class with the seating arrangement in 4 rows and 8 columns. When the teacher says ‘start’ the girl who is sitting in first row and first column will say 1, then the next girl sitting behind her will say 4, the next girl sitting behind that girl will say 7, in a particular order each girl is telling a number, the following girls told 10, 13 next turn is yours what u will say?
A. 15
B. 17
C. 14
D. 16
E. None of these
ANSWER: D
EXPLANATION
The series followed is 1, 4, 7, 10, 13…and so on as difference between two consecutive integers is 3 thus I will say 13 16.
4. Fill in the blank spaces in the series with appropriate choices: 40, 33, 24 .
A. 12,16
B. 12, 13
C. 9, Il
D. 13, O
E. None of these
ANSWER: D
EXPLANATION
The pattern in the series is as follows.
The difference between two consecutive numbers is getting increased by 2 starting from 3 as we move from left to right.
48
48 – 45 = 3
45 – 40 = 5
40 _ 33 7
33 — 24 = 9
Hence, the next difference would be 9 + 2 –Il
So, next term to 24 = 24 – 11 = 13
Now, the difference would be 11 + 2 = 13
So, next term to 13 = 13 – 13 = O
Hence, next numbers are 13, O.
5. The sum of 15% of a positive number and 20% of the same number is 126.What is one-third of that number?
A. 360
B. 1080
c. 120
D. 40
E. None of these
ANSWER: C
EXPLANATION
Let the number = x
According to the question
(15/100) x x + (20/100) x – 126
(35/100) x x = 126
35 360
We want to find out x/3 x/3 = 360/3 = 120
So answer is C
6. A certain number of two digits is three times the sum of its digits. If 45 be added to it, the digits are reversed. The number is:
A. 72
B. 32
c. 27
D. 23
E. 34
ANSWER: C
EXPLANATION
Let x and y are the digits of the number with x in ten’s place and y in one’s place.
So, IOx+y is the value of the number.
Given IOx + y = 3 (x + y)
And also given that lox 45 = + x • digits are reversed* x in one’s and y in ten’s place).
Put value of y from eq. (i) to eq. (ii)
And y – 7
So the number is 27
7. If pq = 28 where p and q (p > q) are whole numbers then which of the following can be (p2 – q2)?
A. 32
B. 83
c. 783
D. None of these
E. 63
ANSWER: C
EXPLANATION
We can see that p and q can be written in the pairs of (28, 1) or (7,4) or (142)
We have 142 – 22 = 196 192
Also, 72 – 42 = 49 – 16 = 33
Also, 282 – 12 = 784 -l 783
Hence, we can conclude that p2 – q2 = 783
8. Pradeep gave Rs.A for buying every 10 items and Rs.B for buying every extra item. If he bought 10 items on Monday 13 items on Tuesday, 12 items on Wednesday, 11 items on Thursday and 12 items on Friday then what is his average daily spending in rupees for the five days?
A. A+ 8B/5
B. (5A+9B)/5 c
C. IOA+ 8B/5
D. 5A+8B
E None of these
ANSWER: A
EXPLANATION
Money spent on Monday to buy 10 items = A
Money spent on Tuesday to buy 13 items = A + 3B
Money spent on Wednesday to buy 12 items = A + 2B
Money spent on Thursday to buy 1 1 items = A + B
Money spent on Friday to buy 12 items = A + 2B
Hence, total money spent = A + A + 3B + A + 2B + A + B + A + 2B
Average = (5A + 8B)/5
= A + 8B/5
VERBAL REASONING
1. Correct this statement.
Our neighbors are always trying to keep up with our lifestyle.
A. to keep on
B. to keep at
C. to keeping on
D. to keep off
E. No Correction is required
ANSWER: E
EXPLANATION
Keep up’ (with someone/something) means to stay at the same level as someone or something and fits the context of the sentence. Also none of ‘keep on’ to continue doing something, ‘keep at’ means to persevere and ‘keep off’ means avoid encroaching on or touching, is implied in the sentence
2. Select the correct tense.
Kiran had been working in a bank for some years.
A. Simple past
B. Past continuous
C. Past perfect continuous
D. Past perfect.
E. None of the above
ANSWER: C
EXPLANATION
(Had + been + root + ing) is used to make past perfect continuous tense and indicates that an activity was being carried on in the past, continued for some time and is no longer continued.
3. Select the correct tense:
A. I had seen him earlier.
B. Past continuous
C. Past perfect
D. Past perfect continuous
E. Future perfect
Simple Past
ANSWER: B
EXPLANATION
This is an easy one: the use of ‘had + past participle’ clearly indicates that it is in the Past Perfect tense.
4. Select the correct tense She had played carom.
A. Future perfect
B. Past perfect
C. Present perfect
D. Simple present
E. None of the above
ANSWER: B
EXPLANATION
‘Past perfect tense’ uses ‘had + past participle’ form of the verb, same as given in the
5. Select the correct plural form for the given word:
Country
A. Country’s
B. Countryes
C. Countries
D. Countrees
E. None of the above
ANSWER: C
EXPLANATION
Words whose singular form ends in ‘y’ have their plural forms ending in ‘ies’. E.g. Cherry – Cherries, Party – Parties, Pastry – Pastries etc. Along the same lines, we have country – countries.
6. Fill in the blank with a suitable homophone: The film was due to its controversial content.
A. Banned
B. Band
C. aned
D. Baned
E. None of the above.
ANSWER: A
EXPLANATION
‘Banned’ means officially or legally prohibited (something).
‘Band’ means a flat, thin strip or loop of material, used as a fastener, for reinforcement, or as decoration.
‘Waned’ means (of a state or feeling) decreased in vigor or extent.
‘Veined’ means marked with or as if with veins.
The sentence’s last part talks about controversial content therefore ‘banned’ is the most appropriate choice.
7. Fill in the blank with a suitable homophone:
Father Costello assured me that he’ll perform the today.
A.Write
B.Right
C.Rite
D.Write
E.None of the above.
ANSWER: C
EXPLANATION
The article ‘the’ hints that the blank must be filled with a noun. ‘Write’ is a verb and ‘Right’ is out of context. ‘Rite’ means a religious or other solemn ceremony or
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