Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 71

One night three naughty boys stole a basket full of apples from the garden, hid the loot and went to sleep. Before retiring they did some quick counting and found that the fruits were less than a hundred in number. During the night one boy awoke, counted the apples and found that he could divide the apples into three equal parts if he first took one for himself. He then took one apple, ate it up and took $$\frac{1}{3}$$ of the rest, hid them separately and went back to sleep. Shortly thereafter another boy awoke, counted the apple and he again found that if he took one for himself the loot could be divided in to three equal parts. He ate up one apple, bagged $$\frac{1}{3}$$ of the remainder, hid them separately and went back to sleep. The third boy also awoke after some time, did the same and went back to sleep. In the morning when all woke up, and counted apples, they found that the remaining apples again totaled I more than could be divided into three equal parts. How many apples did the boys steal?

Instructions

Choose from these four diagrams the one that best illustrates the relationship among three given classes.

Instructions

Study the following example and answer the questions.

An electronic device rearranges numbers step-by-step in a particular order according to a set of rules. The device stops when the final result is obtained. In this case the device stops at Step V.

Input: 85 16 36 04 19 97 63 09

Step I - 97 85 16 36 04 19 63 09

Step II - 97 85 63 16 36 04 19 09

Step III - 97 85 63 36 16 04 19 09

Step IV - 97 85 63 36 19 16 04 09

Step V - 97 85 63 36 19 16 09 04

Question 74

Which of the following will be Step III for the input below?

Input: 09 25 16 30 32 18 17 06

Question 77

Which one of the following would be last step for the input below?

Input: 03 31 43 22 11 09

Question 78

If the output of Step IV is as given below, what was the input?

Step IV: 92 86 71 69 15 19 06 63 58

Instructions

Read the following information carefully and then answer the questions given below:

P # Q means P is the father of Q

P + Q means P is the mother of Q

P - Q means P is the brother of Q

P * Q means P is the sister of Q

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