SSC Mock Test Series 4

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• Q1. Which Indian state would be the first one to have two green energy towns?

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• Q2. Which among the following is a national level stock exchange in India?

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• Q3. Who was the first Finance Minister of free India?

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• Q4. Who is the winner of the AM Tuning Award 2020?

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• Q5. Which country's football federation has been suspended by FIFA?

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• Q6. Who is the richest person in the world as per Forbes Real-Time Billionaires Index 2021?

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• Q7. Recently a country has refused to issue vaccine passports. Choose the name of the country among those listed below:

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• Q8. Which species of Candida is being called a superbug?

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• Q9. What does the space hurricane emit?

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• Q10. Who was Nambi Narayanan?

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• Q11. On which date was the National Anthem's hindi version adopted by Constituent Assembly

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• Q12. What is NFT?

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• Q13. Where can alpine plants be found

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• Q14. Who was the inventor of Bitcoin?

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• Q15. Where would the world’s first ship tunnel pass from?

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• Q16. Which city was the first capital of the state of Magadha?

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• Q17. Which is the National Language of India?

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• Q18. Which is the deepest freshwater lake in the world?

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• Q19. Who was the first female Finance Minister of Independent India?

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• Q20. How many languages are in the scheduled languages list in India?

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• Q21. In the list below choose the place where a neutrino detector telescope is not present

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• Q22. Who releases the Intellectual Property Index?

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• Q23. What is a Genome?

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• Q24. In which city would the first undersea tunnel of India be built?

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• Q25. Where was the first Bitcoin ATM set up in India

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• Q26. The following question have sentences divided into three parts A, B and C. Any part may or may not contain errors. Mark the part that has an error as your error. If you find no error in the sentence then mark D as your answer.

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• Q27. In the following question, each sentence has a blank that needs to be filled with an appropriate word. Choose the best word option from the choices given below each question
The President met ____ the Prime Minister

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• Q28. In the following question, each sentence has a blank that needs to be filled with an appropriate word. Choose the best word option from the choices given below each question
He _____ his home, when we reached there.

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• Q29. In the following question, each sentence has a blank that needs to be filled with an appropriate word. Choose the best word option from the choices given below each question
The Security Council _____ the terrorist attack that killed many civilians.

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• Q30. In the following question choose from the options below the word that best expresses the meaning of the given word
Clement

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• Q31. In the following question choose from the options below the word that is opposite in meaning to the given word

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• Q32. In the following question choose from the options below the word that is opposite in meaning to the given word
Dearth

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• Q33. In the following question, for every idioms and phrase underlined in a sentence four options are given below it. Choose the correct option as your answer.
The students let off the steam at the police men.

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• Q34. In the following question, for every idioms and phrase underlined in a sentence four options are given below it. Choose the correct option as your answer.
His greetings early morning made my day.

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• Q35. In the following question each sentence has an underlined part that can be improved by replacing the part with one among the four options given below. Choose the correct option and if you think no improvements can be made, then select ‘D’ as your answer.
Which newspaper does the whole society subscribe with?

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• Q36. In the following question each sentence has an underlined part that can be improved by replacing the part with one among the four options given below. Choose the correct option and if you think no improvements can be made, then select ‘D’ as your answer.
The historical palace is about 20 km outside from the heart of the city

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• Q37. In the following question each sentence has an underlined part that can be improved by replacing the part with one among the four options given below. Choose the correct option and if you think no improvements can be made, then select ‘D’ as your answer.
After finishing his work, he forgot to lock the room

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• Q38. In the following question each sentence has an underlined part that can be improved by replacing the part with one among the four options given below. Choose the correct option and if you think no improvements can be made, then select ‘D’ as your answer.
One of any player received the medal

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• Q39. In the following question each sentence has an underlined part that can be improved by replacing the part with one among the four options given below. Choose the correct option and if you think no improvements can be made, then select ‘D’ as your answer.
He was junior to me in school

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• Q40. In the following question select the best word from the options that can substitute the given words or phrases.
An imaginary place where everything is perfect

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• Q41. In the following question select the best word from the options that can substitute the given words or phrases.
Release from prison on conditions

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• Q42. In the following question select the best word from the options that can substitute the given words or phrases.
Related to heaven

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• Q43. In the following question select the best word from the options that can substitute the given words or phrases.
Study of fungi

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• Q44. In the following question only one word is correctly spelt out of the four options. Choose the correct word as your answer.

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• Q45.  Direction: Read the passage carefully and answer the questions by choosing the best answer given below each question as options.
Passage II
Why don’t I have a telephone? Not because I pretend to be wise or pose as unusual. There are two chief reasons; because I don’t really like the telephone and because I find I can still work and play, eat, breathe and sleep without it. Why don’ I like the telephone? Because I think it is a pest and time waster. It may create unnecessary suspense and anxiety, as when you wait for an expected call, that doesn’t come; or irritating delay, as when you keep ringing a number that is always engaged. As for speaking in a public telephone booth, it seems to me really horrible. You would not use it unless you were in a hurry and because you are in a hurry, you will find other people waiting before you. When you do get into the booth, you are half suffocated by the stale, unventilated air, flavored with cheap face powder and chain smoking and by the time you have begun your conversation your back is chilled by the cold looks of somebody who is moving about restlessly to take your place.
If you have a telephone in your house, you will admit that it tends to ring when you least want it to ring; when you are asleep or in the middle of a meal or a conversation, or when you are just going out, or when you are in your bath. Are you strong minded enough to ignore it, to say to yourself, “Ah well, it will be all the same in hundred years time”. You are not. You think there may be some important news or message for you. Have you never rushed dripping from your bath, of chewing from the table, or dazed from bed, only to be told that you are a wrong number? You were told the truth. In my opinion all telephone numbers are wrong numbers. If, of course, your telephone rings and you decide not to answer it, then you will have to listen to an idiotic bell ringing and ringing in what is supposed to be the privacy of your own home. You might as well buy a bicycle bell and ring it yourself.
Why does the author dislike a telephone?

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• Q46.  Direction: Read the passage carefully and answer the questions by choosing the best answer given below each question as options.
Passage II
Why don’t I have a telephone? Not because I pretend to be wise or pose as unusual. There are two chief reasons; because I don’t really like the telephone and because I find I can still work and play, eat, breathe and sleep without it. Why don’ I like the telephone? Because I think it is a pest and time waster. It may create unnecessary suspense and anxiety, as when you wait for an expected call, that doesn’t come; or irritating delay, as when you keep ringing a number that is always engaged. As for speaking in a public telephone booth, it seems to me really horrible. You would not use it unless you were in a hurry and because you are in a hurry, you will find other people waiting before you. When you do get into the booth, you are half suffocated by the stale, unventilated air, flavored with cheap face powder and chain smoking and by the time you have begun your conversation your back is chilled by the cold looks of somebody who is moving about restlessly to take your place.
If you have a telephone in your house, you will admit that it tends to ring when you least want it to ring; when you are asleep or in the middle of a meal or a conversation, or when you are just going out, or when you are in your bath. Are you strong minded enough to ignore it, to say to yourself, “Ah well, it will be all the same in hundred years time”. You are not. You think there may be some important news or message for you. Have you never rushed dripping from your bath, of chewing from the table, or dazed from bed, only to be told that you are a wrong number? You were told the truth. In my opinion all telephone numbers are wrong numbers. If, of course, your telephone rings and you decide not to answer it, then you will have to listen to an idiotic bell ringing and ringing in what is supposed to be the privacy of your own home. You might as well buy a bicycle bell and ring it yourself.
Why do many people wait in a telephone booth?

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• Q47.  Direction: Read the passage carefully and answer the questions by choosing the best answer given below each question as options.
Passage II
Why don’t I have a telephone? Not because I pretend to be wise or pose as unusual. There are two chief reasons; because I don’t really like the telephone and because I find I can still work and play, eat, breathe and sleep without it. Why don’ I like the telephone? Because I think it is a pest and time waster. It may create unnecessary suspense and anxiety, as when you wait for an expected call, that doesn’t come; or irritating delay, as when you keep ringing a number that is always engaged. As for speaking in a public telephone booth, it seems to me really horrible. You would not use it unless you were in a hurry and because you are in a hurry, you will find other people waiting before you. When you do get into the booth, you are half suffocated by the stale, unventilated air, flavored with cheap face powder and chain smoking and by the time you have begun your conversation your back is chilled by the cold looks of somebody who is moving about restlessly to take your place.
If you have a telephone in your house, you will admit that it tends to ring when you least want it to ring; when you are asleep or in the middle of a meal or a conversation, or when you are just going out, or when you are in your bath. Are you strong minded enough to ignore it, to say to yourself, “Ah well, it will be all the same in hundred years time”. You are not. You think there may be some important news or message for you. Have you never rushed dripping from your bath, of chewing from the table, or dazed from bed, only to be told that you are a wrong number? You were told the truth. In my opinion all telephone numbers are wrong numbers. If, of course, your telephone rings and you decide not to answer it, then you will have to listen to an idiotic bell ringing and ringing in what is supposed to be the privacy of your own home. You might as well buy a bicycle bell and ring it yourself.
Why does the author ask if you are strong minded?

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• Q48.  Direction: Read the passage carefully and answer the questions by choosing the best answer given below each question as options.
Passage II
Why don’t I have a telephone? Not because I pretend to be wise or pose as unusual. There are two chief reasons; because I don’t really like the telephone and because I find I can still work and play, eat, breathe and sleep without it. Why don’ I like the telephone? Because I think it is a pest and time waster. It may create unnecessary suspense and anxiety, as when you wait for an expected call, that doesn’t come; or irritating delay, as when you keep ringing a number that is always engaged. As for speaking in a public telephone booth, it seems to me really horrible. You would not use it unless you were in a hurry and because you are in a hurry, you will find other people waiting before you. When you do get into the booth, you are half suffocated by the stale, unventilated air, flavored with cheap face powder and chain smoking and by the time you have begun your conversation your back is chilled by the cold looks of somebody who is moving about restlessly to take your place.
If you have a telephone in your house, you will admit that it tends to ring when you least want it to ring; when you are asleep or in the middle of a meal or a conversation, or when you are just going out, or when you are in your bath. Are you strong minded enough to ignore it, to say to yourself, “Ah well, it will be all the same in hundred years time”. You are not. You think there may be some important news or message for you. Have you never rushed dripping from your bath, of chewing from the table, or dazed from bed, only to be told that you are a wrong number? You were told the truth. In my opinion all telephone numbers are wrong numbers. If, of course, your telephone rings and you decide not to answer it, then you will have to listen to an idiotic bell ringing and ringing in what is supposed to be the privacy of your own home. You might as well buy a bicycle bell and ring it yourself.
Why one’s back does goes chill when talking in a telephone booth, says the author?

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• Q49.  Direction: Read the passage carefully and answer the questions by choosing the best answer given below each question as options.
Passage II
Why don’t I have a telephone? Not because I pretend to be wise or pose as unusual. There are two chief reasons; because I don’t really like the telephone and because I find I can still work and play, eat, breathe and sleep without it. Why don’ I like the telephone? Because I think it is a pest and time waster. It may create unnecessary suspense and anxiety, as when you wait for an expected call, that doesn’t come; or irritating delay, as when you keep ringing a number that is always engaged. As for speaking in a public telephone booth, it seems to me really horrible. You would not use it unless you were in a hurry and because you are in a hurry, you will find other people waiting before you. When you do get into the booth, you are half suffocated by the stale, unventilated air, flavored with cheap face powder and chain smoking and by the time you have begun your conversation your back is chilled by the cold looks of somebody who is moving about restlessly to take your place.
If you have a telephone in your house, you will admit that it tends to ring when you least want it to ring; when you are asleep or in the middle of a meal or a conversation, or when you are just going out, or when you are in your bath. Are you strong minded enough to ignore it, to say to yourself, “Ah well, it will be all the same in hundred years time”. You are not. You think there may be some important news or message for you. Have you never rushed dripping from your bath, of chewing from the table, or dazed from bed, only to be told that you are a wrong number? You were told the truth. In my opinion all telephone numbers are wrong numbers. If, of course, your telephone rings and you decide not to answer it, then you will have to listen to an idiotic bell ringing and ringing in what is supposed to be the privacy of your own home. You might as well buy a bicycle bell and ring it yourself.
Why the author asks to buy a bicycle, according to the passage?

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• Q50. If $\frac{\text{a}}{5}=\frac{\text{b}}{10}=\frac{\text{c}}{15},then\frac{\text{a}+\text{b}+\text{c}}{\text{c}}=?$

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• Q51. The average of 4 positive numbers is X and the average of all the possible triples formed out of these four positive numbers is Y. Which of the following is true regarding X and Y?

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• Q52. Amar’s expenditure and savings are in the ratio 7 : 3 . His income increases by 20% . If his saving also increases by 12% , by approximately how much percentage would his expenditure increases?

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• Q53. A bag contains Rs 1800 in the form of one rupee, 50 paise and 25 paise coins in the ratio 3: 4: 12. Find the number of 50 paise coins?

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• Q54. A town’s population is 125000 and increases at a rate of 2%. What is the town’s population after 3 years and before 3 years?

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• Q55. The difference between the simple and the compound interest compounded every six months at the rate of 10 percent per annum at the end of two years if Rs. 248.10 . What is the sum?

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• Q56. A sum of 1550 was lent partly at 5% and partly at 8% p.a. simple interest. The total interest received after 3 years was Rs. 300. The ratio of money lent at 5%, 8% is

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• Q57. In covering a distance of 60 km, Amit takes 2 hours more than Sumit. If Amit doubles his speed, then he would take 1 hour less than Sumit. Amit's speed is?

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• Q58. 30 men work for 20 days and finish a job for Rs 90000 in total. How many women should work for 15 days and finish the job for Rs 67500, if the wage per woman is 50% more than that of men?

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• Q59. A number ia selected at random from first 50 natural numbers. Then the probability that it is a multiple of 3 and 4 is:

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• Q60. Directions : The following graph shows the annual income and expenditure of a person from 1999-2004. Based on the data, answer the question below:

In which year did the man save the maximum?

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• Q61. Directions : The following graph shows the annual income and expenditure of a person from 1999-2004. Based on the data, answer the question below:

What is the difference between the maximum and the minimum savings over the period of six years?

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• Q62. Directions : The following graph shows the annual income and expenditure of a person from 1999-2004. Based on the data, answer the question below:

What is the percentage increase in income from 1999 to 2004?

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• Q63. Directions : The following graph shows the annual income and expenditure of a person from 1999-2004. Based on the data, answer the question below:

How much did the person save in six years?

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• Q64. If $\mathrm{sin}\theta +{\mathrm{sin}}^{2}\theta =1$, then find the value of ${\mathrm{cos}}^{12}\theta +3{\mathrm{cos}}^{10}\theta +3{\mathrm{cos}}^{8}\theta +{\mathrm{cos}}^{6}\theta -1$

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• Q65. If ${\mathrm{sin}}^{2}\alpha ={\mathrm{cos}}^{3}\alpha$ then find the value of $\left({\mathrm{cot}}^{6}\alpha ={\mathrm{cot}}^{2}\alpha \right)$

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• Q66. Which of the following is the value of
$\frac{\mathrm{sin}2\theta +\mathrm{sin}\theta }{\mathrm{cos}2\theta +\mathrm{cos}\theta +1}?$

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• Q67. If

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• Q68. In the following figure PR||AB,PQ||BC and QR||CA. Then relation between AC and QR is

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• Q69. There are two points A and B. What will be the locus of point P if $\angle APB={90}^{o}$

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• Q70. In a right angled triangle, sides containing right angle are of lengths 3cm and 4cm then the distance between the orthocentre and the circumcentre is-

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• Q71. The cube root of 175616 is 56,then the value of the expression $\sqrt[3]{175.616}+\sqrt[3]{0.175616}+\sqrt[3]{0.000175616}$ is-

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• Q72. The greatest number in

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• Q73. The value of the expression
$\left(1+\frac{1}{x}\right).\left(1+\frac{1}{x+1}\right).\left(1+\frac{1}{x+2}\right).\left(1+\frac{1}{x+3}\right)is-$

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• Q74. The length of a rectangle is reduced by 30%. By what percent would the width have to be increased to maintain the original area?

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• Q75. Direction: Out of the five options given below, four are of a kind while one does not belong to the group. Choose the one which is unlike the others.

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• Q76. 'Fish’ is related to 'Pisciculture' in the same way as 'Bees' is related to:

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• Q77. Solve the analogy 343 : 100 :: 456 : ?

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• Q78. “Picture : Frame” is similar to

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• Q79. In a certain code, ANIMATION is written as MINAANOIT, how will SUCCESS be written in same code?

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• Q80. In a certain code, APPLE is written as N#YR, which of the following will be the most appropriate code for BERRY?

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• Q81. In a certain code, ABET is written as 3-5-11-41, how will CUBE be written in same code?

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• Q82. Direction: In each of the following question there are three statements, which are followed by three or four conclusions. Choose the conclusions which logically follow from the given statements.
Statements: Some PQ is RS
No RS is TU
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Conclusions: I. Some TU is RS
II. All PQ is TU

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• Q83. Direction : In each of the following question there are three statements, which are followed by three or four conclusions. Choose the conclusions which logically follow from the given statements.
Statements:
1. Some erasers are rulers.
2. All the pencils are rulers.
3. All the pens are erasers.
Conclusions:
1. Some erasers are pencils.
2. No pen is ruler.
3. Some pencils are erasers.
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• Q84. Sapna walked towards north in the direction of KFC. When KFC was 90 metres away from her, she turned left to pick Charu who was 50 metres away in that direction. Both of them then walked towards the west for 100 metres and then turned right and walked further 90 metres. How many metres away was KFC now?

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• Q85. A is the son of P, P is the daughter of K, K is the husband of O and O is the mother of only son L. What is L to A?

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• Q86. In a cinema hall, 8 friends, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O are sitting in a straight line according to the following rules:
• J is the neighbour of K.
• H is just next to the left of L.
• I is in one of the two seats in the middle.
• M is the only one sitting between I and L.
If N is not sitting at the extreme end, then who occupies the extreme right seat?

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• Q87. Direction: Choose the suitable answer figure for one marked with a question mark (?).
Problem Figures

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• Q88. Direction: There is a definite relationship between first two figures in problem figures. Establish a similar relationship between the third figure and the one marked with a question mark (?).
Choose the alternative which closely resembles the mirror image of the given figure:

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• Q89. Find the next number in the series: 2, 3,7, 12, 21, 36, 62, ?

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• Q90. Find the next number in the series: 14, 28, 55, 107 ?

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• Q91. Find the next number in the series: 48, 54, 52, 60, 60, 72, ?

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• Q92. Find the missing term in the series: 794, 276, 98, 36, 14, ?

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• Q93. Direction :In each of the following letter series, some of the letters are missing which are given in that order as one of the alternatives below it. Choose the correct alternative.
wxy _ zw _ yzz _ xyz _ wx_ zz

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• Q94. Six letters are numbered from 1 to 6 and the letters can be arranged to form a meaningful word. There are four options of the arrangements represented by the corresponding numbers. Select the correct option which can form a meaningful word.

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• Q95. In each of the following questions, choose one word which can be formed from the letters of the given word:  CONTINENTALS

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• Q96. Direction: In the following question, some groups of letters are given, all of which, except one, share a common similarity while one is different. Choose the odd one out.

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• Q97. Direction: In the following question, there is a certain relationship between two given words on one side of (: :) and one word is given on another side (: :) while another word is to be found from the given alternatives, having the same relation with this word as the words of the given pair bear. Choose the correct alternative.
Zoology: Animals :: Entomology : ?

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