Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 1

Select the option that is related to the third letter-cluster in the same way as the second letter-cluster is related to the first letter-cluster.

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Question 2

Four letter-clusters have been given, out of which three are alike in some manner and one is different. Choose the odd one.

1. GABA

2. FEMA

3. LURO

4. ZOON

Question 3

In a class, Sheenaâ€™s roll number is 8th from the top and Sushmitâ€™s roll number is 11th from the bottom. If there are nine students between them, what is the total number of students in the class?

Question 4

If in a code language, LIST is written as 48 and GUILT is written as 66, then how will PROSE be written in the same language?

Question 5

A paper is folded and cut as shown in the following figures. How will it appear when unfolded?

Question 6

Joseph starts for his school from his house. He first goes 2 km towards the west and then turns 90$$^{\circ}$$ clockwise and goes further 2 km to reach his school. In which direction is his house from his school?

Question 7

Anvitaâ€™s mobile company charges â‚¹2 for the first 5 minutes of a call, and 35 paise per minute after the first 5 minutes. If Anvita was charged â‚¹9 in total for a call with her friend, what was the duration (in minutes) of the call?

Question 8

The sum of Kartik and his parentsâ€™ ages is 122 years. Kartikâ€™s age is half of his motherâ€™s age. His mother is 7 years younger than his father. What is Kartikâ€™s age (in years) at present?

Question 9

If â€˜+â€™ means â€˜$$-$$â€™, â€˜$$\div$$â€™ means â€˜+â€™, â€˜<â€™ means â€˜$$\times$$â€™ and â€˜>â€™ means â€˜$$\div$$â€™, thenÂ

8 $$\div$$ 6 <Â 2Â > (10 > 5) + 4 is equal to:

Question 10

Three statements are given, followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, II and IV.

Assuming the statements to be true, even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts, decide which of the conclusions logically follow(s) from the statements.

Statements:

No blue is red.

Some green are red.

All yellow are green.

Conclusions:

I. Some yellow are red.

II. No yellow is red.

III. Some green are blue.

IV. No green is blue.

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