1. **[2]**

I case: From D C E F B D is moving in anticlockwise direction C will move in clockwise direction E will move in anticlockwise direction

F in clockwise then, G in anticlockwise and hence B in clockwise

II case: Now D A B

As D is moving in anticlockwise direction, that means A is moving in anticlockwise direction and B is moving in anticlockwise direction

B is forced to move in clockwise from one side and forced to move in anticlockwise from another side, Hence it will not move.

**Hence, the answer is option [2].**

2. **[1]**

Sun shines brightly---> ba lo sul ……… (i) Houses are brightly lit ---> kado udo ari ba ……… (ii) Light comes from sun ---> dapi kup lo nro ……… (iii) From (i) and (iii) sun lo and from (ii) and (i) brightly ba

**Hence, the answer is option [1].**

3. **[1]**

4. **[3]**

At least 4 brothers and 3 sisters. If there are 9 children (5 brothers and 4 sisters), then B1 will have
at least 4 brothers and 3 sisters and similarly for B2, B3, B4 and B5. Also, S1 will have at least 4
**brothers and 3 sisters. Similarly from S1, S3, S4. Hence, the answer is option [3].**

5. **[2]**

**The answer is [2]. Since only some doctors are fools, Joshi could be a doctor who is not a fool. **
Conclusion I does not follow. Since some doctors are fools it follows that some fools are doctors.
Conclusion II follows.

6. **[4]**

**Hence, the answer is option [4]. **

7. **[1]**

Top view of upper layer and lower layer

Middle layer

Every cube has 2 one-colored faces

Total surfaces are 6 out of which 4 surfaces has 2 one colored face each and 2 surfaces has 1 one colored face each.

surfaces = 8 cubes, 2 surfaces = 2 cubes

** Total 10 cubes are of one colored face. Hence, the answer is option [1]. **

8. **[2]**

If you see middle layers there are 2 cubes which are non colored and only 1 middle layer exists
**Hence, the answer is option [2].**

9. **[3]**

Upper and lower layer consist 6 cubes each of 2 face colored Middle layer consist 4 such cubes

Total = upper + lower = 6 + 6 = 12 cubes Middle = 4 cubes

Total 2 face colored = 12 + 4 = 16 cubes
**Hence, the answer is option [3]. **

10. **[2]**

C3 C2 = 4

adding C1.

8 – 4 = 4 which is not possible because two even digits cannot be taken in column C, there are only 4 even digits and 3 of them have to be useful in column A.

7 – 3 = 4, 7 has to be used in column B, this is also wrong. 6 2 = 4, same logic applied for (8 4)

5 1 = 4. Only possible option we have.

Now A + B = 17 – 8 = 9

Possible options are (first digit in column A has to be even (2 + 7), 2 and 8 cannot be in the same row, therefore is wrong. 4 + 5, 5 has been taken at C3. 6 + 3 is the right combination.

Now 9 cannot be used below 3, therefore 7 will come below 3 and 9 will come below 7.4 cannot come left to 7. So, 6 will come in A1 and 4 in A3.

**Hence, the answer is option [2]. **
11. **[2]**

4, 32, 288, …….31680

4 × 8 = 32, 32 × 9 = 288, 288 × 10 = 2880, 2880 × 11 = 31680
**Hence, the answer is option [2].**

12. **[1]**

Jamuna sells lemons at 2 for 50 p rate / lemon=25 p

Seema sells lemons at 3 for 50 p rate / lemon= 50/3 p

Equal quantities of both types of lemons are left which is sold at the rate of 5 for 100 p Rate / lemon= 20 p

Let us consider that no. of lemons left when Seema left is 60 each. As per their rates,

Seema should get 60 × (50/3) p = 10 Rs. Jamuna should get 60 × (25) p = 15 Rs. Total they should get Rs. 25

But it is sold at the rate of 20 p So, total money = 120 × 20 p = 24 Rs. So, loss = Rs. 1, for 60 lemons. Actual loss = Rs. 3.5

So, number of lemons = 210

So, on selling 210 lemons Jamuna should get 210 × 25 p = 52.5 Rs. But she receives 210 × 20 p = 42 Rs.

Therefore loss = 52.5 42 = 10.5 Rs.
**Hence, answer is option [1].**

13. **[4]**

Let the initial quantity in both the cups be 100 ml and the size of the spoon be 50 ml.

As we see through the above table, orange juice is more than lemonade in cup 1 but lemonade is
**more in cup 2 than orange juice. Hence, the answer is option [4]. **

**Note: option [3] says transfer of equal amount of each juice between the two cups, then correct **
**answer will be [3]. **

14. **[2]**

**The answer is [4]. The word ‘may’ in the statement indicate that assumption A is not correct. **
Though education and small family are linked to the nation’s progress and prosperity, no relation
can be inferred between education and the size of the family from the statement. Therefore
assumption B is not correct.

15. **[4]**

**The answer is [4]. By inserting the letters MS and DN in the two circles respectively, the synonyms **
that are formed are “immodest” and “indecent”.

16. **[3]**

**The answer is option [3]. The overcrowding at the city’s most beautiful beaches leads to the **
conclusion that beautiful beaches attract people. Similarly in sentence (c), the fact that the dog
suffers more fleas during warm weather than in cool weather leads to the conclusion that fleas must
thrive in a warm environment.

17. **[2]**

(1) (2) (3) one bird that each of them saw that none of the others did.

Each pair saw one bird that the third did not

Abdul and Mala (4) Mala and Chetan (5) Chetan and Abdul (6) One bird seen by all (7)

Chetan saw 4 yellow birds i.e. (3), (5), (6), (7) Abdul saw 2 yellow birds and Mala saw 3 yellow i.e. that yellow birds has to be (4)

(2) Yellow birds that Abdul saw are (4) and (7) (3) Yellow birds that Mala saw are (4), (5), (7) (4) Yellow birds that Chetan saw are (3), (5), (6), (7) 5 yellow birds (3), (4), (5), (6) and (7) and

2 non-yellow birds (1) and (2).
**Hence, the answer is option [2]. **
18. **[1]**

**The correct answer is [1]. All of them, except lake are flowing bodies of water. Weighty could have **
meanings other than heavy like troublesome, ponderous etc. All the others are synonyms.

19. **[4]**

**Hence, the answer is option [4]. **
20. **[3]**

From 1st_{ condition the order can be Wish Bones, Penn Fe and Night Marvel. According to this there }

is no tie between Penn & Night Marvel hence there should be a tie between Hallelujah and Sundae. Penn Fe finished after Sundae who finished after Wish Bones. Hence the final positions are Wish Bones (1), Sundae (2), Hallelujah (2), Penn Fe (4), Night Marvel (5)

**Hence, the answer is option [3]. **
21. **[2]**

Children are evenly spaced on the circumference of circle. 6 and 16 are diametrically opposite each other. That means, number of children between 6th and 16th on either side should be same.

There are 9 children between 6th and 16th (7–15).

Hence there should be 9n other sides as well. So that will include (1–5) and 4 more (17 20). So in all there should be 20 students.

**Hence, the answer is option [2].**
22. **[2]**

23. **[3]**

Centre of mass of cylinder lies between smaller circular cylinder and larger circular cylinder.
When the cylinder stops rolling the center of mass will be at the lowest point from the earth’s
**surface, which is possible in option [3]. **

**Hence, the answer is option [3].**
24. **[4]**

From clue (iii) we know that A & D are ladies and unmarried and from the (IV) & (V) clue, we know that E & B are men. So C is the only married lady.

Hence C - wife E – husband.

Hence we get that A, C and D are ladies.
**Hence, the answer is option [4].**

25. **[2]**

Now A & D play no sport that means B, C & E are playing either Badminton or Chess or Tennis,
**from (iv) no lady plays Chess or Badminton. So C plays Tennis. Hence, the answer is option [2].**
26. **[4]**

C is wife of E

**Hence, the answer is option [4].**
27. **[1]**

M, N O & P all are different individuals.

Let’s make a family tree for the given conditions:

As per the above tree: ‘O’ is the father of N & P. N is the father of M. Now, let’s go by answer options

**Option [1]: P is the father of M:**

From above family tree we know that N is the father of M. Hence, the given statement (a) is contradictory.

**Option [2]: ‘O’ has three children:**

We are not sure how many children do ‘O’ have, because the total number of members in the
family is not given, hence, the number of children could be three. Hence not contradictory.
**Same is the case with option [3] & [4].**

**Hence, the answer is option [1].**
28. **[4]**

On a hot day, land gets heated faster than sea water because temperature on land becomes more
than the temperature on sea water, so air pressure on the land becomes lower than air pressure on
the sea. Wind flows from high air pressure to low air pressure, so it flows from sea to land.
**Hence, the answer is option [4].**

29. **[4]**

Total number are from 1 to 12 Now educated people = {2, 6, 7, 8, 9}

Uneducated people = {1, 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12} Hardworking = {2, 3, 4, 9, 11, 12}

Honest = {1, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11} Urban = {2, 3, 4, 5, 6}

Common number is all three categories is ‘4’
**Hence, the answer is option [4].**

30. **[2]**

Urban = {2, 3, 4, 5, 6}

Non-urban = {1, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12} Out of the above Non-urban people Not hardworking = {1, 7, 8, 10} Not honest = {7, 12}

So common is ‘7’

**Hence, the answer is option [2].**

31. **[2]** 32. **[3]** 33. **[3]**
34. **[2]** 35. **[1]** 36. **[4]**
37. **[4]** 38. **[3]** 39. **[1]**
40. **[2]** 41. **[2]** 42. **[2]**
43. **[3]** 44. **[2]** 45. **[4]**
46. **[2]** 47. **[4]** 48. **[4]**
49. **[3]** 50. **[4]** 51. **[3]**
52. **[1]** 53. **[1]** 54. **[2]**
55. **[2]** 56. **[1]** 57. **[2]**
58. **[4]** 59. **[2]** 60. **[3]**
61. **[4]** 62. **[2]** 63. **[3]**
64. **[4]** 65. **[2]**
66. **[3]**

The term ‘palm off’ means ‘to put the blame on someone else’. The term ‘foot the bill’ means ‘forced to pay the bill’. The term ‘With a jealous eye’ applies to the action of ‘looking at with envy and desire’. The term ‘cannot stomach an insult’ means ‘could not tolerate the insult’.

67. **[3]**

The answers for the blanks are

i) Opportunities will arise, and you must grab them. ii) A hot wind arose from the desert.

iv) A mood of optimism arose among the people. The word arose appears 2 times.

68. **[2]**

The phrase ‘not see the wood for the trees’ means ‘failing to grasp the main issue from over-attention to details’.

69. **[2]**

An adjective modifies or describes a noun. The word ‘then’ in sentence 5 tells us that the person was King at that point of time. An adverb is a word or phrase that modifies or qualifies another word. In sentence 8, then gives us the time period when he was a graduate (adverb clause of time). A conjunction is a word used to connect clauses or sentences or words in the same clause. This is the function of ‘then’ in sentence 7. Therefore, 1-6 should be the last pair.

70. **[4]**

The author makes his view clear when he says from the sentence ‘If we refuse to even try to ………”. The sentence tells us that men have better reasoning abilities than animals and therefore they must explore the frontiers of science further.

71. **[3]**

The word “sanctimonious” means to make a hypocritical show of being virtuous or righteous. The
writer is of the opinion (in paragraph 2) that those who are concerned about the increase in the
number of cars are actually concerned about the inconvenience it would cause them. They are not
really concerned about the ecological effects. The idiom “holier than thou” also refers to the same
**hypocrisy. Thus, the answer is delete is option [3]. The other answer options do not convey the **
same meaning, so they can be eliminated.

72. **[4]**

This is an indirect question. The author says in the 2nd paragraph that the elite are not really concerned that the increase in the number of cars will cause pollution. The actual issue, according to the author, is that “they cannot stand the poorer masses becoming mobile”. This means that they look down upon them for owning cars. The other answer options do not refer to this issue specifically, thus they can be eliminated.

73. **[3]**

The word paradox refers to a contrast in a given situation. This contrast is mentioned in the 3rd
paragraph of the passage, where the author is trying to disprove the notion that more cars lead to
more pollution. This is the main contention that environmentalists have against the Nano. Option
**[1] does not talk about a contrast. The passage does not say that the Nano will bring in more **
**pollution. In fact the author is saying just the opposite. So option [2] can be eliminated. The author **
**does not talk about the relative sizes of the countries, so option [4] is also incorrect.**

74. **[4]**

“Ironical” means contradictory. In the 5th paragraph, the author is trying to say that there is a
contrast between the limited amount of available parking space and the cost of that space.
Therefore, the tone of the author can be interpreted to be ironical. “Caustic” would refer to a very
sharp or scathing manner of speaking which is meant to hurt a person. “Exaggerating” means
overstating or magnify beyond the limits of truth. But the passage does not suggest that the author
**is overstating facts, so option [2] can be eliminated. “Sarcastic” would mean to indirectly insult **
someone, but the author is not insulting anyone in the passage.

75. **[2]**

This is clearly stated in the 8th paragraph. By subsidizing diesel, manufacturers make more
diesel-run vehicles, which cause pollution. The author does not talk about kerosene in relation to green
**house emissions, so option [1] can be eliminated. The governments plan to increase parking rate **
**was foiled (paragraph 6), so option [3] is incorrect. In the 12th paragraph, the author says that **
making parking space compulsory for car-owners is very extreme for India, which means that he
knows that the Indian government will not be able to implement this move as it is not practical. So,
**option [4] can also be eliminated.**

76. **[1]**

The author argues in the entire passage that it is the failure of government policies that has lead to a
**rise in the pollution levels in the country. Thus, the most appropriate title would be option [1] which **
expresses the main idea of the passage. The author is not against the launch of the Nano, so option
**[2] is incorrect. Subsidies is only one of the issues that the author discusses in the passage, so **
**option [3] can also be eliminated. Option [4] does not mention the main idea of the passage, so it **
can be eliminated.

77. **[1]**

The plural of virus is viruses.
78. **[1]**

The complete sentence is ‘Thanks to mobile testing and computer literacy writing in long hand is becoming a vanishing art; to see that students do not altogether forget to write especially during exam time the education groups are now asking for hand writing classes’.

79. **[1]**

The plural of belief is beliefs.
80. **[1]**

In the first sentence ‘pedestrian story’ means a dull or uninspired story.
81. **[2]**

The complete sentence will be ‘When the fire alarm rang everyone left the building immediately’.
82. **[4]**

The error is in segment B and C. The statement is talking about ‘those people’, which is plural and hence it should be followed by ‘who think they own the world’ which is also in the plural.

83. **[4]**

Cynic is a person who believes that people always act from selfish motives. Misanthropic means a general dislike or distrust of the human species. However, C says ‘the person who isn’t

misanthropic’ and hence it can be ruled out.
84. **[2]**

The spelling of diarrhea is correct. The other correct spelling are-categories, omission and inaugurate.

85. **[1]**

The first two sentences are grammatically correct. The correct form of sentence 3 should be ‘I have a glass with a painting on it’. The correct form of sentence 4 is ‘The curtains do not match the furniture’. Match does not need the preposition ‘with’.

86. **[3]**

**87. [4]**

The passage tells us that Rome used the census method for the modest purpose of obtaining a head count as an adequate basis for levying taxes. This is directly mentioned in the 1st paragraph, line 6 to 8.

88. **[4]**

The author refers to the Mets primarily in order to illustrate the failure of statistical predictions. The sentence suggests that the Mets have a low batting average i.e. a low success rate. The author compares this to the success rate of the census by saying that this is even lower.

89. **[1]**

The author gives a number of humorous examples such as ‘a batting average below the Mets’ to
illustrate his points. Hence his tone can be said to be Jocular, which means humourous. The word
“scornful” indicates a derisive tone, but the author is not disrespecting the census method, hence
**option [2] is incorrect. “Pessimistic” refers to someone who always looks at the negative side of **
things. “Humanistic” means someone who has a sense of welfare for human beings.

90. **[4]**

The closest meaning of ‘bored’ is listless or spiritless. The closest meaning of ‘unbiased’ is impartial. The closest meaning of ‘not interested’ is lack of interest.

91. **[2]**

The meaning of ‘berate’ is to scold or rebuke hence the word that is exactly opposite to it would be to praise. ‘Grant’ means to gift or give something, ‘Refer’ means to talk in context to, ‘Purchase’ means to buy.

92. **[1]**

The right order would be: In a naïve sense, a field in physics may be envisioned as if space were filled with interconnected vibrating balls and springs and the strength of the field can be visualized as the displacement of a ball from its rest position.

93. **[1]**

Latent means dormant. The other three: natural, inborn and inherent mean something that is there since birth.

94. **[3]**

If the principle clause is in the past tense, the subordinate clause that follows can be in the present tense as a continuation of an idea that is being expressed in the subordinate clause. Hence 'he is liked by the whole class' is the appropriate answer option.

95. **[2]**

Complicated - His motives in carrying out the crime were complex. Abnormal state of mind – She has a complex about being overweight.

Group of structures – A new sports complex is coming up for the Common Wealth Games. Mixture – Culture is a complex whole of many things.

96. **[4]**

Honeytaste does not make a sensible word.
97. **[4]**

This is directly mentioned in the 3rd line of the second paragraph. It says that the bankers were counting on their reputations to encourage investors to increase the number of buy orders.

98. **[4]**

The first paragraph says that inexperienced investors began to sell their stocks as they panicked
about the drop in prices. This led to a further drop in the stock markets which ultimately crashed.
**Option [1] is incomplete as it does not refer to the reason why inexperienced investors caused a **
**decline in stocks. Option [2] does not tell us what has decreased. The lack of confidence on the part **
of the traders did not cause a decline. This was only an apprehension on their part which came true
**later, so option [3] is also incorrect.**

99. **[4]**

The word “minimal” has been used in the 2nd line of the 2nd paragraph. The contextual meaning of
the word here is “insignificant” as the sentence tells us that the buy orders were not enough to save
**the stock markets from a decline. Hence, the most appropriate antonym would be option [4], which **
says “significant”. “Maximal” would mean of highest value, which is not compatible with the
**contextual usage of the word “minimal”. So option [4] is a better answer. Option [1] is a synonym, **
so it can be eliminated. “Minimum” is also similar in meaning as it means least.

**100. [2]**

**We do not use a preposition when we talk about a location. Therefore, option [1], [3] and [4] get **
ruled out.

**101. [2]**

As we see the graph of line 1, there is no fluctuation in the straight line therefore no breakdown in line 1. Now in line 2, from month 4 to month 6 there is no increase in production, which is due to reported breakdown during this time. Therefore, A can be answered.

Now, if there was no breakdown in line 2, then production of month 5 and 6 would have increased but the amount in increase is indeterminable. Production loss cannot be quantified.

**Hence, the answer is option [2].**
**102. [3]**

If first page is numbered (n), then the back side of the page will be numbered (n+1), the following page will be numbered (n +2) and so on. Now if the page missing is 9808, the page behind it is 9809,

**sum cannot be 9808 option [1] is ruled out. If we verify option [3] first page is 291 and last **
page is 322 (back side)

The sum of page numbers = (291 + 322) × 32 / 2 = 9808

since, sum of ‘N’ consecutive numbers = (First term + last term)/2 × N ]
**Hence, the answer is option [3].**

**103. [2]**
2, 3, 13, 37, 86, 167, 288
3 – 2 = 12
13 – 3 = 10
37 – 13 = 14
86 – 37 = 49 = 72
167 – 86 = 92
288 – 167 = 121 = 112
Error is in 13, it should be 12
3 – 2 = 12
12 – 3 = 32
37 – 12 = 52
86 – 37 = 72
167 – 86 = 92

288 – 167 = 112

**Hence, the answer is option [2].**
**104. [1]**

First condition, if the speed of two travelers are A kmph and B kmph, then by Pythagoras theorem

(A/2)2_{ + (B/2)}2_{ = 17}2_{ = 289}

Second condition,

In 45 minutes, distance traveled by two travelers = 2A/3 and 2B/3 respectively 3 A/4 - 3B/4 = 10.5

**Both the equations are satisfying by option [1].**
**Hence the answer is option [1].**

**105. [3]**
**106. [4]**

From (I) we get, it’s an AP and common difference = d = 3, but we do not know first term ‘a’

statement (I) alone is not sufficient
From (II) we get 10th_{ term = a + 9d = 29}

(II) alone is obviously not sufficient

If we combine the two statements, a + 9d = 29 and d = 3 a = 2
57th_{ term can be calculated}

**Hence, the answer is option [4].**
**107. [4]**

1 hectare → 160 rupee

2624.40 rupee → 2624.40/160 hectares → 16.4025 hectares. 1 hectare → 10000 meter2

16.4025 hectare → 164025 meter2

Area = 164025 Length = 405 meter Perimeter = 1620 meter

Cost = 25 paisa × 1620 meter = 40500 paisa = 405 rupee
**Hence, the answer is option [4].**

**108. [2]**

h/x = tan 60 ……… (1)
h/(x+60) = tan 30 …………(2)
On dividing the two equations, we get
**Hence, the answer is option [2].**
**109. [2]**

From the above table, number of viewers who watch less than one movie are 13,600.
**Hence, the answer is option [2].**

**110. [1]**

Highest number of viewers who watch less than one movie are from city E.
**Hence, the answer is option [1].**

**111. [2]**

From the table it is clear that the second lowest number of movie-watchers are from city A and D
because both have 6000 watchers. But city A is not among the options. So, it is city D.
**Hence, the answer is option [2].**

**112. [4]**

From the table, it is clear that the total number of movie-goers in the five cities who watch less than one movie per week are 45250.

**Hence, the answer is option [4].**
**113. [4]**

a, b, b, c, c, c, …… 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + …….

So, to find the 288th_{ term we will check them as (24 25)/2 = 300 }

i.e. 300th_{ term is 24}th_{ ranked term. i.e. 24. So, 24}th_{ term is repeated 24 times.}

i.e. 300 – 24 = 276 to 300 is 24th_{ term.}

Therefore 288th_{ term is among the 24}th_{ term which is X.}

**Hence, answer is option [4].**

114. Question is erroneous since the options are wrong
The given Inequality is p2_{+ 5 < 5p +14 p}2_{ 5p 9 < 0}

The inequations can be factorized as
Range of p is -1.4 < p < 6.4 (Approx)
None of the options satisfies this range.
**115. [1]**

So, ratio of glucose to lactose = 16 / 42 = 8 / 21
**Hence, the correct option is [1].**

**116. [1]**

Surface area = 2 [a x (a + a) x (a/2) + a x (a/2)] = 4a2

Area of unpainted surface = a2

Percentage of surface not painted = (a2_{/4a}2_{) x 100 = 25%}

**Hence, answer is option [1].**
**117. [2]**

Source station can be selected in 10_{ C}

1 = 10 ways.

Destination station can be selected in 9_{C}

1 = 9 ways.

So, total number of tickets = 10 × 9 = 90
**Hence, answer is option [2].**

**118. [2]**

Probability to getting 6 on die = 1/6

P (A) = P (B) = 1/6 P (A’) = P (B’) = 5/6 Probability of A winning when A starts

= P (A) + P (A’) P (B’) P (A) + P2_{ (A’) P}2_{ (B’) P (A) + ……… + ∞}

= 1/6 + (5/6)2_{(1/6) + (5/6)}4_{(1/6) + …………. + ∞}

is an infinite GP with a = 1/6 and r = (5/6)2

Required probability of A winning = a/(1 – r) = (1/6)/[1 – (5/6)2_{] = 6/11}

Probability of B winning = 1 – 6/11 = 5/11
Respective expectations of A and B are 6 and 5
**Hence, the answer is option [2]. **

**119. [1]**
**Case A**

If, total investment = 75; Face value = 10 n = dividend = 7.5 × 0.5 = 3.75

Income tax = 30% of 78.75 = 26.25 Total return = 52.5

**Case B**

If, total investment = 90; Face value = 10 N = Total investment/Face value = 9 dividend = 9 × 0.4 = 3.6

Total return = investment + dividend = 90 + 3.6 = 93.6 So, Case B > Case A.

**Hence, the answer is option [1]. **
**120. [4]**

11 = orange, 9 = white, 13 = black, 7 = yellow

There are 4 stacks and minimum 1 chip to each stack. So if out of 9 white chips if we allot one chip
to stack 1, 1 chip to stack 2 and 1 to stack 3, then we can allot 6 chips to the last i.e. 4th_{ stack. }

**Hence, answer is option [4]. **
**121. [4]**

**For small **

burner:-Total time = 104 hr. and gas amount = 14.4 kg
That’s why the amount of gas/hr = 0.138 kg/hr
**Large **

burner:-Total time = 80 hr. gas amount = 14.4 kg. Amount of gas/hr = 0.18 kg/hr.

Difference in usage = 0.042 kg/hr

Percentage difference in usage = difference / (amt/hr for large burner) ×100] = 0.042/0.18 × 100

= 23.33%
**Hence, the answer is option [4].**

**122. [3]**

Original fraction = a/b

New fraction = (a + 7)/ (b + 7)

There are two cases for comparison (a + 7)/ (b + 7) > a / b, when a < b. (a + 7)/(b + 7) < a / b, when a > b.

From statement I, a = 73 and b = 103 b>a it is sufficient

From statement II, (a + b)/2 < b a + b < 2b b < a

it is sufficient.

From statement III, a – 5 > b – 5 a > b

it is sufficient

All statement are individually sufficient any two can be dispensed.

**Hence, answer is option [3].**
**123. [3]**

Coefficient of variation is useful for studying consistency.
**Hence, answer is option [3].**

**124. [2]**

Sc = Speed of cyclist

Sw = Speed of wind

Case I: Incoming journey [with wind] So, the relative speed = Sc + Sw

For case II:- Return journey [against wind] So, relative speed = Sc- Sw

For case I:- [with wind] Time = Distance/Speed

3 = 1/ (Sc + Sw) Sc + Sw = 1/3 …….….….… (1)

Similarly for case II [against wind] Sc- Sw = 1/4………. (2)

Solving (1) and (2) we get Sc = 7/24

So when no wind and d = 1 km Using d = S × t We get 1 = Sc × T we get T = 24/7 =

**Hence, the answer is option [2].**
**125. [3]**

Let the total number capital be Rs. 60.
Therefore investment A → Rs. 30
B → Rs. 20
C → Rs. 10
Let the total number time be 12 months
Ratio of profit = ratio of EC = 2 : 1 : 2
**Hence, the answer is option [3].**
**126. [4]**

One number from each ring can be chosen in 10 ways.

Since there are 3 rings, number of ways of choosing = 10 × 10 × 10 = 1000 Out of this there is one way in which the lock can be opened

Number of cases in which the lock cannot be opened = 1000 - 1 = 999.
**Hence, the answer is option [4].**

**127. [4]**

If the person buys A class ‘I’ and B class ‘II’ tickets, then 10A + 3B = 110 ………. (1) 10B + 3A = x………. (2) On adding; 13(A+B) = 110 + x Now, A + B = 18 x = 234 - 110 = 124

**Hence, the answer is option [4]. **
**128. [2]**

From 7.25 pm to 7.25 am (12 hours) From 7.25 am to 1.25 pm (6 hours) From 1.25 pm to 1.45 pm (20 minutes) Total time passed is 18 hours 20 minutes In 24 hours, lag = 12 minutes

In 1 hour, lag = 12/24 minutes = ½ minutes In 18 hours, lag = ½ ×18 = 9 minutes In 60 minutes lag = 30 seconds In 20 minutes lag = 10 seconds

Lags by 9 minutes 10 seconds
at 1:45 it will show 1 : 35 : 50.
**Hence, the answer is option [2]. **
**129. [2]**

Originally positions of A and B are a and b New position of A is a'

Total person = 19 = (10 + 1 + 8)
**Hence, the answer is option [2]. **
**130. [1]**

Let Cp = Rs. 100

Let us suppose 1000 gms → Rs. 100 of the food grain Case I. profit 30%

If Cp = 100 ; Sp = 130

**Total profit in percentage = 30%**
Case II. Increase price by 15%

So selling price will be = 115, also weight will be reduced by 15%. That is 850 gms

So, 850 gms for Rs. 115

So, 1000 gms will be for Rs. 136
**Total profit in percentage = 36% **

Case III here use of 700 gms instead of 1000 gms So, 700 gms for Rs. 100

Therefore 1000 gms will be for Rs. 143
**Total profit in percentage = 43% **

No need to consider statement (IV) since it is not given in the options. Thus answer will be statement III.

**Hence, the answer is option [1].**
**131. [4]**

From the given bar graphs, we can conclude about the reliability of different components as shown below.

Picture tubes > Signal devices > Capacitors > Integrated circuit > Printed circuit boards > Hybrid micro circuit

**So, option [1] is not true. **

**Option [2] can be ruled out because picture tubes have more reliability than capacitors. **
**Option [3] can be ruled out because higher number of component failures occurred because of **
hybrid micro circuit.

**Now option [4] the least reliable component is hybrid micro circuits which is true. **
**Hence, the answer is option [4].**

**132. [2]**

Failure rate of signal device is 16. Thus, 25% of 16 = 4. Capacitor has failure rate of 20 which is 25% more than signal devices.

**133. [3]**

Failure rate of picture tubes and signal devices is less compared to other devices, thus the company will have the least priority to change.

**Hence, the answer is option [3].**
**134. [2]**

The question is just asking that how much stock should be kept in the store. Integrated circuit board =

Capacitors =

Printed circuit board = = 3.96 ≈ 4.
**Hence, the answer is option [2]. **
**135. [4]**

First of we have to calculate volume of rain face in cm3_{ =}

Volume of cylinder = r2_{h = 900 h}

Equaling both the volumes we get 9 100 x 1 = 900 h h = 1 cm.
**Hence, the answer is option [4].**