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1. Two trains 150 m and 170 m long run at the speed of 90 km/hr and 70 km/hr respectively in opposite directions on parallel tracks. The time (in seconds) which they take to cross each other, is:


2. On a Rs.10,000 order a merchant has a choice among three successive discounts of 20%, 20% and 10% and three successive discounts of 40%, 5% and 5%. By choosing the best offer, he can save:


3. What angle (in degree) will the two hands of a clock make at 4:50 am?


4. Sreeram, Mahesh and Shameer start at the same time in the same direction to run around a circular stadium. Sreeram completes a round in 60 seconds, Mahesh in 75 seconds and Shameer in 100 seconds, all starting at the same point. After what time will they meet again at the starting point?


5. When an iron rod is cut into equal pieces of 30 cm each, a piece of 4 cms is left out. When cut into equal pieces of 29 cm, a piece of 13 cm is left out. The minimum length of the rod (in cm) is



6. Half of the villagers of a certain village have their own houses. One fifth of the villagers cultivate paddy. One third of the villagers are literate. Four fifth of the villagers are below twenty five. Then, which one of the following is certainly true?


7. A question paper must have a question on one of the eight poets: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, or H. The first four belong to the medieval period while the rest are considered modern poets. Generally, modern poets figure in the question paper in alternate years. Generally those who like H like G also; and those who like F like E also. The paper-setter does not like to ask about F as he has written a book on F, but he likes F. Last year, the paper contained a question on A. On the basis of the information given, this year’s paper is most likely to contain a question on


8. Find the missing number in the following figure.



9. Mary was born on 13 March 1993 and her brother is 2 years 13 days younger than she is. On which day was he born if Mary was born on Sunday?


10. If A × B = 16, B × C = 22, C × D = 55, then A×D is


11. The number of grams of water needed to reduce 9 grams shaving lotion containing 50% alcohol to a lotion containing 30% alcohol is:


12. A segment of a circle (slightly greater than a semi-circle, whose center is O) is given. Identify the correct statement regarding the three angles A, B and C.



13. In an examination, a student scores 3 marks for each correct answer and loses 1 mark for every wrong answer. If he attempts in all 40 questions and secures 80 marks, the number of questions he attempts wrongly, is :


14. The total goals scored in successive football world cups are given below.

Which of the following1 is not a true statement?


15. A running track is the ring formed by two concentric circles. It is 10 m wide. The circumferences of the two circles differ by about:


16. For Rs.300 you can buy either packet-I containing 9 paper-weights and 7 ball-pens or packet-II containing 6 paper-weights and 13 ball pens. The price of each paper-weight is


17. Find the next number in the series 7, 7, 8, 11, 9, 13, 10, 17, 11,…


18. The dimensions of a hall are 50 m, 25 m and 9 m. If each person requires 150 m3, then the number of persons who can be accommodated in the hall are:


19. On an exam of n questions, a student answers correctly 15 of the first 20. Of the remaining questions he answered one-third correctly. All the question/s have the same credit. If the student’s mark is 50 %, how many different values of n can there be?


20. A total of 28 handshakes was exchanged at the conclusion of a party. Assuming that each participant was equally polite toward all the others the number of people present was:


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