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**Instructions**

In the following question, out of the four given alternatives, select the one which is opposite in meaning of the given word

**Question 1: **Duty

a) Commission

b) Obligation

c) Irresponsibility

d) Role

**Question 2: **If -4$1 = 4, 7$-7 = 49 and 3$1 = -3, then find the value of -8$-5 = ?

a) -1

b) 92

c) -40

d) -69

**Question 3: **Among four boys, age of Ashish is thrice the age of Varun. Age of Arvind is 1/2 of the age of Varun. Amit is 8 years elder to Varun. Who is the second eldest?

a) Amit

b) Ashish

c) Arvind

d) Varun

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**Question 4: **If $6\alpha1 = 70, 2\alpha3 = 50$ and $4\alpha5 = 90$, then ﬁnd the value of $4\alpha1 = ?$

a) 50

b) 30

c) 10

d) 60

**Question 5: **In a row of buses, Punjab is at 19th position from the right end. Raftaar is 23 places to the left from Punjab and is at the exact centre of row. How many buses are between Raftaar bus and bus standing at the left end?

a) 44

b) 42

c) 40

d) 43

**Question 6: **A man walking with ¾ of his usual speed,reaches office 20 minutes late. His usual time is

a) 50 minutes

b) 80 minutes

c) 70 minutes

d) 60 minutes

**Question 7: **In the following question, which one set of letters when sequentially placed at the gaps in the given letter series shall complete it? W_YZ_X_ZW_Y_

a) ZWZXX

b) YWYYZ

c) XWYYZ

d) XWYXZ

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**Question 8: **Which set of letters when sequentially placed at the gaps in the given letter series shall complete it?

a_b_cc_a_b_c

a) ababc

b) aacbb

c) abcab

d) abbcc

**Question 9: **In the following question, select the related number from the given alternatives.

11: 16:: ?: ?

a) 14: 16

b) 15: 22

c) 7: 14

d) 13: 18

**Question 10: **Pointing to a man, Heena said “he is the only son of wife of my father”. How is the man related to Heena?

a) Grandfather

b) Husband

c) Brother

d) Son

**Question 11: **If ‘-’ means ‘$\times$’, ‘$\times$’ means ‘$\div$’, ‘+’ means ‘-’, ‘$\div$’ means ‘+’, then find the value of $279+145\div6-42\times6$

a) 176

b) 174

c) 172

d) 180

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**Question 12: **In a certain code, 35 # 7 % 2 = 10 and 24 # 8 % 3 = 9, then find the value of 16 # 2 % 4

a) 28

b) 32

c) 41

d) 16

**Question 13: **If K denotes x, T denotes ÷, V denotes + and R denotes -, then

16 V 24 T 8 R 6 T 2 K 3 = ?

a) 10

b) 9

c) 12

d) 11

**Question 14: **If “S” denotes “multiplied by”, “V” denotes “subtracted from”,”M” denotes “added to” and “L” denotes “divided by”, then

44 L 11 S 7 V 7 M 9 = ?

a) 32

b) 25

c) 37

d) 30

**Question 15: **Six people A,B,C,D,E,F are sitting in a straight line facing north.

A and F sit at extreme ends of the line.

D sits third to the right of C

D is not an immediate neighbour of A.

E is not an immediate neighbour of C.

Who sits fourth from left end?

a) B

b) E

c) C

d) D

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**Answers & Solutions:**

**1) Answer (C)**

Irresponsibility

**2) Answer (C)**

Given : -4$1 = 4, 7$-7 = 49 and 3$1 = -3

If we replace ‘$’ with $’\times’$ and multiply the product with ‘-1’, then we will get the desired result.

Eg :- $(-4\times1)\times(-1)=4$

and $(7\times-7)\times(-1)=49$

and $(3\times1)\times(-1)=-3$

Similarly, $(-8\times-5)\times(-1)=-40$

=> Ans – (C)

**3) Answer (A)**

Let Varun’s age = $10$ years

=> Arvind’s age = $\frac{10}{2}=5$ years

=> Ashish’s age = $3\times10=30$ years

=> Amit’s age = $8+10=18$ years

$\therefore$ **Amit** is the second eldest.

=> Ans – (A)

**4) Answer (A)**

Given : $6\alpha1 = 70, 2\alpha3 = 50$ and $4\alpha5 = 90$

If we replace $’\alpha’$ with ‘+’, and multiply the sum by 10, we get the desired result.

Eg :- $(6+1)\times10=70$

and $(2+3)\times10=50$ and $(4+5)\times10=90$

Similarly, $(4+1)\times10=50$

=> Ans – (A)

**5) Answer (C)**

Position of Punjab’s bus from right end = 19th

=> Position of Raftaar’s bus from right end = 19 + 23 = 42nd

Since, Raftaar’s bus is also at the centre, => Number of buses between Raftaar bus and bus standing at the left end (eliminating these two buses)

= $42-2=40$

=> Ans – (C)

**6) Answer (D)**

We know, $s_{1}\ t_{1} = s_{2}\ t_{2}$

$s_{1}\ t_{1} = (\frac{3}{4}) s_{1}\ (t_{1} + 20)$

$t_{1} = (\frac{3}{4}) (t_{1} + 20)$

$4 t_{1} = (3 t_{1} + 60)$

$t_{1} = 60$ minutes

Hence, option D is the correct answer.

**7) Answer (D)**

The pattern followed is that in groups of 4, the term ‘WXYZ’ is repeated.

= W**X**YZ **W**X**Y**Z W**X**Y**Z**

=> Ans – (D)

**8) Answer (A)**

The pattern followed is that in groups of 6, the term ‘aabbcc’ is repeated.

= a**a**b**b**cc **a**a**b**b**c**c

=> Ans – (A)

**9) Answer (D)**

Expression = 11: 16:: ?: ?

The difference between the first and second number is 5. Among the options,

(A) : 16 – 14 = 2

(B) : 22 – 15 = 7

(C) : 14 – 7 = 7

(D) : 18 – 13 = **5**

=> Ans – (D)

**10) Answer (C)**

Wife of Heena’s father = Heena’s mother

Now, the man is the only son of Heena’s mother, => Heena is his sister.

=> The man is Heena’s **brother.**

=> Ans – (C)

**11) Answer (A)**

By decoding we get $279-145+6\times42\div6$ and so by applying BODMAS we get 176 as the answer.

**12) Answer (B)**

$35\div7\times2 = 10$

$24\div8\times3 = 9$

Here, $\div$ is coded as # and $\times$ is coded as %.

Hence, $16\div2\times4 = 8\times4 = 32$

**13) Answer (A)**

Expression : 16 V 24 T 8 R 6 T 2 K 3 = ?

$\equiv16+24\div8-6\div2\times3$

= $16+(\frac{24}{8})-(3\times3)$

= $16+3-9=10$

=> Ans – (A)

**14) Answer (D)**

Expression : 44 L 11 S 7 V 7 M 9 = ?

$\equiv44\div11\times7-7+9$

= $(4\times7)+2$

= $28+2=30$

=> Ans – (D)

**15) Answer (B)**

A and F sit at extreme ends of the row. Here, there will be two possibilities.

(1) A , __ , __ , __ , __ , F

(2) F , __ , __ , __ , __ , A

D sits third to the right of C.

(1) A , C , __ , __ , D , F

(2) F , C , __ , __ , D , A

D is not an immediate neighbour of A. Hence, Possibility (2) is eliminated

E is not an immediate neighbour of C. Hence, the required arrangement is

A , C , B , E , D , F

From the above arrangement, E sits fourth from the left end.

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