Directions: In the following problem, a question is followed by three statements I, II and III. Read all the statements carefully and find out which of them is/are sufficient to answer the given question. Choose the correct alternative.
How many sons does X have?
Statements: I. Q and U are brothers of T. II. R is the sister of P and U. III. R and T are daughters of X. (A) Only I and II (B) Only II and III (C) All I, II and III (D) All I, II and III together are not sufficient. (E) None of these
The expenses of a boarding house are partly fixed and partly varying linearly with the number of boarders. The average expense per boarder is Rs. 700, when there are 25 boarders and Rs. 600, when there are 50 boarders. What is the average expense per boarder, when there are 100 boarders? (A) Rs. 550 (B) Rs. 580 (C) Rs. 540 (D) Rs. 570 (E) Rs. 560
Which of the following is true with respect to the given seating arrangement? (A) The representative of Ambuja is an immediate neighbour of representative of PNB. (B) V is sitting second to the right of S. (C) The representative of India Bulls and the representative of Cock are immediate neighbours. (D) The representative of India Bulls is sitting to the immediate left of the representative of Sony. (E) The representative of Reliance is sitting to the immediate left of S.
Directions: The following sentence tests your ability to recognise grammar and usage errors. The sentence contains either a single error or no error at all. The sentence does not contain more than one error. The error, if there is one, is underlined and lettered. If the sentence contains an error, select the one underlined part that must be changed to make the sentence correct. If the sentence is correct, select choice (E). In choosing the answer, follow the requirements of standard written English.
The officers are (A) now (B) perfectly happy fishing, boating, shooting, (C) playing cricket and (D) other sport. (E) No error (A) (A) (B) (B) (C) (C) (D) (D) (E) (E)
Directions:Inthe question below, there are three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements: No day is night. All nights are noon. No noon is evening. Conclusions: I. No evening is night. II.All days being noon is a possibility. (A) Only conclusion I follows. (B) Only conclusion II follows. (C) Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows. (D) Both conclusion I and conclusion II follow. (E) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.
Mohit and Neeraj started walking towards each other simultaneously from P and Q, respectively. They were 72 miles apart. They met after 6 hours. After their meeting, Mohit reduced his speed by 1 mile/hr and Neeraj increased his speed by 1 mile/hr. They arrived respectively at Q and P at the same time. Find their initial speeds. (A) Mohit - 6½ miles/hr and Neeraj - 7½ miles/hr (B) Mohit - 6 miles/hr and Neeraj - 7 miles/hr (C) Mohit - 6.5 miles/hr and Neeraj - 5.5 miles/hr (D) Mohit - 15½ miles/hr and Neeraj - 9 miles/hr (E) Mohit - 6 miles/hr and Neeraj - 5 miles/hr
Two equal sums are lent at the same time at 9% and 8% simple interest. The former is recovered 6 months earlier than the later and the amount in each case is Rs. 17680. Find the time (in years) for which they are lent. (A) 3, 3½ (B) 3½, 4 (C) 4, 4½ (D) 5, 5½ (E) None of these