Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 2

In the following Venn diagram, the pentagon stands for â€˜girlsâ€™, the square stands for 'mobile phone usersâ€™, and the circle stands for â€˜toppersâ€™. The given numbers represent the number of persons in that particular category. How many girls are toppers but do NOT use mobile phones?

Question 3

If'A @ B' means â€˜A is the son of B', and â€˜A $ B' means â€˜A is the sister of Bâ€™, then which of the following expressions means 'M is K's sister's sonâ€™?

Question 4

Two friends yash and meeta started walking from two different points. yash started from point A and walked 14m in the south direction. Thenafter he turn left and walked 20m. After that he turn right walked 21m to reach at point C. Meeta started from point B and walked 22m in east direction. Then after she turned rigth and walked 20m. After that she turned left and walked 21m to reach at point C. Find out the shortest distance between poin A and point B on the way of point C.

Question 5

Three of the following four letter-clusters pairs are alike in a certain way and one is different. Pick the odd one out.

Question 6

Study the given pattern carefully and select the number that can replace the question mark (?) in it.

12 15 ?

8 7 11

80 176 240

Question 7

Among five objects E, F, G, H and K, the weight of H is 3 times the weight of K. The weight of G is 7.5 kg. The weight of E is twice the weight of F. The weight of K is 4 times the weight of G. If the weights of F and G are equal, then which is the second heaviest object?

Question 8

Select the number from among the given options that can replace the question mark (?) in the following series.

3, 7, 3, 8, 6, 10, 18, 13, ?, 17, 360, 22

Question 9

Five friends K, L, M, N and O play one of five different sports-Cricket, Football, Hockey,

Badminton and Volleyball. Each friend plays only one sport. L and M do not play

Hockey and Badminton. K plays Cricket. M does not play Volleyball. O does not play

Badminton. Who plays Volleyball?

Question 10

An office has a total of 95 employees. Each employee participates in one or more of three activities, i.e. music, dance and skit, during the annual festival. The number of employees participating in only music is 20, whereas 14 participate in only skit, and 17 participate in only dance. A total of 8 employees participate in both music and skit only, 12 employees participate in all three activities, and 15 employees participate in both dance and skit only, whereas 9 employees participate in both music and dance only. Find the total number of employees participating in skit?

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