Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 21

A candidate obtains 60% marksin the first paper and 70% marks aggregate in two papers. What percentage marks he got in the second paper,if the fullmarks for two papersare in the ration of 2:3.

Question 22

What should be added to each of the numbers 12, 30, 40 and 86, so that they are in proportion:

Question 23

(1)Â The rectangle represents government employees.

(2)Â The triangle represents urban people.

(3)Â The circle represents graduates.

(4)Â The square represents clerks.

Which of the following Statement is true ?

Question 24

In the following question there is a set of four figures labeled 1, 2, 3 and 4 called the problem set followed by set of four other figures labeled a, b, c and d called the answer set. Figure 3 contains a Question Mark (?) .Select suitable figure from the answer set which will substitute the question mark (?) so that a series is formed by the figures 1, 2, 3, and 4 taken in order. The label of the selected figure is the answer.

Question 25

The following question consists of two sets of figures 1, 2,3 and 4 constitute the problem set while figures a, b, c and d constitute the answer set. There is a definite relationship between figures 1 and 2. Establish a similar relationship between figure 3 and 4 by choosing a suitable figure 4 from the answer set.

Question 26

An amount of money is distributed among P, Q and R in the ratio 7:3:11. If the total share of P & Q together is Rs.15,000/-, find out the difference between P and R's share.

Question 27

Different words are formed with the help of the letters of word â€˜RELATIONâ€™. Find the number of words in which vowels always occupy the even places.

Question 28

Seven persons hand over the keys of their cars to a receptionist of a club. While leaving the club, they ask for the keys of their cars. All cars are of the same model of the same company. The receptionist hands over the keys to the members without knowing whose keys he isÂ handling over. How many times can two of them get the keys of their cars but remainingÂ five can not?

Question 29

If P + Qâ€™ meansâ€˜P is the son of Qâ€™; â€˜P - Qâ€™ meansâ€˜P is the daughter of Qâ€™; â€˜P x Qâ€™ meansâ€˜P is the brother of Qâ€™: â€˜P + Qâ€™ meansâ€˜P is the sister of Qâ€™. Then, how is A related with E in the given equation?

$$A + B \times C \div D - E$$

Linear Equations
Inequalities
Quadratic Equations
Averages, Ratios & Proportions
Profit & Loss
Number Systems
Time, Distance & Work
Geometry
Progressions & Series
Probability Combinatorics
Venn Diagrams
Data Sufficiency
Logarithms, Surds & Indices
Functions, Graphs & Statistics
Miscellaneous

DI Basics
DI Charts
Data Interpretation
DI Data Change Over Period
Tables With Missing Values
DI Venn Diagrams
DI Special Charts
DI Maxima & Minima
Quant-Based DI
DI Connected Sets
DI Miscellaneous
LR Arrangement
LR Selections With Conditions
LR Coins & Weights
LR Truth & Lie
LR Puzzles
LR Scheduling
LR Games & Tournaments
2D & 3-D LR
Quant-Based LR
LR Miscellaneous