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Question 1

If 45 % 11 = 7, 59 % 34 = 7 then what is the value of 55 % 4 = ?

Question 2

In the following figure, square represents Pharmacists, triangle represents Dancers, circle represents Gynecologists and rectangle represents Women. Which set of letters represents Gynecologists who are neither Women nor Dancers?

Question 3

The weights of 4 boxes are 30, 20, 50 and 90 kilograms. Which of the following cannot be the total weight, in kilograms, of any combination of these boxes and in a combination a box can be used only once?

Question 4

In the following figure, square represents Psychologists, triangle represents Chemists, circle represents Actors and rectangle represents Fathers. Which set of letters represents Psychologists and actors who are also fathers?

Question 5

Pearl Towers is taller than Sky Towers but shorter than Unity Towers. Unity Towers and Cyber Towers are of same height. Pearl Towers is shorter than Indus Towers. Amongst the buildings, who is the second shortest?

Question 6

In India the reform policies were first introduced in which year?

Question 7

In the following question, correct the equation by interchanging two signs.

6 + 8 ÷ 4 - 4 = 8

Question 8

In the following question, by using which mathematical operator will the expression become correct?

18 ? 6 ? 9 ? 27

Question 9

The weights of 4 boxes are 20, 40, 50 and 30 kilograms. Which of the following cannot be the total weight, in kilograms, of any combination of these boxes and in a combination a box can be used only once

Question 10

If 19 (36) 13 and 37 (81) 28, then what is the value of 'A' in 43 (A) 38?

Question 11

The weights of 4 boxes are 20, 90, 40 and 60 kilograms. Which of the following cannot be the total weight,in kilograms, of any combination of these boxes and in a combination a box can be used only once?

Question 12

The weights of 4 boxes are 100, 70, 50 and 90 kilograms. Which of the following cannot be the total weight, in kilograms, of any combination of these boxes and in a combination a box can be used only once?

Question 13

In the following question, correct the given equation by interchanging two numbers.

8 x 3 ÷ 4 + 9 - 5 = 16

Question 14

In the following figure, square represents Optometrists, triangle represents Painters, circle represents Vegetarians and rectangle represents Men. Which set of letters represents painters who are either men or vegetarians?

Question 15

If 9@3=12; 15@4=22; 16@14=4; then what is the value of 6@2=?

Question 16

In a row of 74 girls, Shweta is 27th from left end. Palak is 7th to the right of Shweta. What is Palak's position from the right end of the row?

Question 17

In the following figure, square represents Painters, triangle represents women, circle represents Accountants and rectangle represents Americans. Which set of letters represents Americans who are not accountants?

Question 18

If 17@1=8; 9@1=4; 6@4=1; then what is the value of 8@2=?

Question 19

In the following figure, square represents Pharmacists, triangle represents singers, circle represents Surgeons and rectangle represents Mothers. Which set of letters represents surgeons who are either mothers or singers?

Question 20

If 5@1=60; 12@8=200; 16@2=180; then what is the value of 16@10=?

Question 21

If $$(3)^2 @ 1 * 7 = 98$$ and $$(4)^2 @ 2 * 16 = 178$$, then $$(5)^2 @ 3 * 9 = ?$$

Question 22

Nine years later, age of B will be equal to the present age of A. Sum of A's age 3 years later and B's age 4 years ago is 76. If C is half of the present age of B, then what will be C's age (in years) after 10 years?

Question 23

If $$9^{2}$$ A $$4^{2}$$ B $$3^{2}$$ = 56 and $$7^{2}$$ A $$2^{2}$$ B $$1^{2}$$ = 44, then

$$11^{2}$$ A $$5^{2}$$ B $$7^{2}$$ = ?

Question 24

In the following figure, square represents Therapists, triangle represents Geneticists, circle represents yoga practitioners and rectangle represents Fathers. Which set of letters represents yoga practitioners who are neither geneticists nor fathers?

Question 25

If 18 (9) 3 and 36 (30) 5, then what is the value of A in 19 (A) 18?

Question 26

There are 45 trees in a row. The lemon tree is 20th from right end. What is the rank of lemon tree from left end?

Question 27

The weights of 4 boxes are 40, 70, 80 and 50 kilograms.Which of the following cannot be the total weight,in kilograms, of any combination of these boxes and in a combination a box can be used only once

Question 28

Present age of A is 2 times the present age of B. After 8 years the B's age will be 4 times of C's present age. If C celebrated his fifth birthday 9 years

ago, then what is the present age (in years) of A?

Question 29

There are five students - P, Q, R, S and T having different heights in a class. P's height is more than only one student. Q's height is more than S and P but not more than R. S's height is more than P. R is not the smallest. Who is having the maximum height in the class?

Question 30

Hitesh, Sunny, Vicky, Nitin and Bharat are arranged in ascending order of the height from the top. Hitesh is at third place. Bharat is between Nitin and Hitesh while Nitin is not at the bottom. Who has the maximum height among them?

Question 31

The weights of 4 boxes are 70, 50, 30 and 90 kilograms. Which of the following cannot be the total weight,in kilograms, of any combination of these boxes and in a combination a box can be used only once

Question 32

If 35 % 31 = 12, 92 % 30 = 14 then what is the value of 15 % 24 = ?

Question 33

If 18 x 12 = 206 and 19 x 22 = 408, then

23 x 36 = ?

Question 34

In the given figure , how many bottles are not brown

Question 35

If 5$125 = 25, 12$48 = 4 then what is the value of 4$24 = ?

Question 36

If 11$25 = 18, 12$20 = 16 then what is the value of 4$50 = ?

Question 37

The weights of 4 boxes are 30, 20, 60 and 70 kilograms. Which of the following cannot be the total weight,in kilograms, of any combination of these boxes and in a combination a box can be used only once?

Question 38

If yesterday was Tuesday, then what day of the week will the tenth day from today be?

Question 39

Which of the following interchanges in signs will make the given equation correct?

17- 15 x 5 = 250

Question 40

In a row of people Manu is 7th from bottom end of row. Shrey is 10 ranks above Manu. If Shrey is 8th from top end, then how many people are there in this row?

Question 41

If 26#14=80; 5#3=16; 6#5=22; then what is the value of 14#5=?

Question 42

If 4 x 9 x 3 = 4 and 5 x 3 x 1 = 3, then 9 x 9 x 7 = ?

Question 43

The average temperature of a town in the ﬁrst six days of a month was 410C and the sum of the temperatures of the ﬁrst ﬁve days of the same month was 2010C. What was the temperature on the sixth day of the month?

Question 44

In a company all Mondays and Sundays are offs. If a month starts with a Monday and has 31 days then how many offs will be there in that month?

Question 45

A, B, C,D and E are standing in a row. D is the immediate neighbour of A and E. B is at the right of E and C is in the extreme right. Who is fourth to the left of C?

Question 46

Chandan is 2 years older than Ankit but 1 year younger than Sumit. Ankit is twice as old as Khushboo. If Khushboo's age is 25 years, what is the age (in years) of Sumit?

Question 47

Ankit scored 32, 45 and 49 marks in Physics, English and Philosophy respectively. The maximum marks in each subject is 50. Determine his overall percentage for the three subjects.

Question 48

Which of the following interchanges in signs and numbers will make the given equation correct?

8 x 9 + 2 = 74

Question 49

Vishu,Pooja,Vishakha,Rani and Ram are sitting in a line. Pooja is third to the extreme right end. Vishu is second to the left of Pooja. Vishakha is to the right of Pooja. Rani is third to the right of Ram, who is the immediate neighbour of Vishu. Who is sitting in the middle?

Question 50

The weights of 4 boxes are 20, 40, 80 and 90 kilograms. Which of the following cannot be the total weight, in kilograms, of any combination of these boxes and in a combination a box can be used only once?

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