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Sunday, 30 April 2017

SBI PO Prelims 2017 : Asked topics [Section wise ]

SBI PO Prelims Online exams Going on various Exam  halls all over India . Here IBPS exam guru Provides SBI PO Prelims 2017 : Asked topics [Section wise ]  for Who Waiting give exam further Sessions .

English Language ,Quantitative Aptitude ,Reasoning Ability

 

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Saturday, 29 April 2017

How was your SBI PO Prelims Exam 2017 | 29-04-2017

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Friday, 28 April 2017

Number Series Questions and Answers Quiz 2

     
     
     
    1 . Directions (1-5):In each question below, a number series is given in which one number is wrong, Find out the wrong number.

    $484\,\,\, 240\,\,\, 120\,\,\, 57\,\,\, 26.5\,\,\, 11.25\,\,\, 3.625$

    A.   240
    B.   120
    C.   57
    D.   26.5
    2 . $3\,\,\, 5\,\,\,\ 13\,\,\, 43\,\,\, 176\,\,\, 891\,\,\, 5353$

    A.   5
    B.   13
    C.   43
    D.   176
    3 . $6\,\,\, 7\,\,\,\, 16\,\,\, 41\,\,\, 90\,\,\, 154\,\,\, 292$

    A.   7
    B.   16
    C.   41
    D.   154
    4 . $5\,\,\, 7\,\,\, 16\,\,\, 57\,\,\, 244\,\,\, 1245\,\,\, 7506$

    A.   7
    B.   16
    C.   244
    D.   57
    5 . $4\,\,\, 2.5\,\,\, 3.5\,\,\, 6.5\,\,\, 15.5\,\,\, 41.25\,\,\, 126.75$

    A.   2.5
    B.   3.5
    C.   6.5
    D.   15.5
    6 . Directions (6-10):What should come in place of the question mark(?) in the following number series.

    $325\,\,\, 314\,\,\, 292\,\,\, 259\,\,\, 215\,\,\, ?$

    A.   126
    B.   116
    C.   130
    D.   160
    7 . $45\,\,\, 46\,\,\, 70\,\,\, 141\,\,\, ?\,\,\, 1061.5$

    A.   353
    B.   353.5
    C.   352.5
    D.   352
    8 . $620\,\,\, 632\,\,\, 608\,\,\, 644\,\,\, 596\,\,\, ?$

    A.   536
    B.   556
    C.   656
    D.   646
    9 . $15\,\,\, 25\,\,\, 40\,\,\, 65\,\,\, ?\,\,\, 195$

    A.   115
    B.   90
    C.   105
    D.   None
    10 . $120\,\,\, 320\,\,\, ?\,\,\, 2070\,\,\, 5195\,\,\, 13007.5$

    A.   800
    B.   920
    C.   850
    D.   None
      Answers & Solutions
       
      1 .    
      Answer : Option B
      Explanation :
      The pattern of the number series is:
      (484 ÷2) – 2 =242 – 2 = 240
      (240 ÷ 2) – 2 = 120 – 2 = 118 ≠105
      (118 ÷ 2) – 2 = 59 – 2 = 57
      (57 ÷ 2) – 2 = 28.5 – 2 = 26.5
      2 .    
      Answer : Option D
      Explanation :
      The pattern of the number series is :
      3 × 1 + 2 = 5
      5 × 2 + 3 = 13
      13 × 3 + 4 = 43
      43 × 4 + 5 = 177 ≠176
      177 × 5 + 6 = 891
      3 .    
      Answer : Option D
      Explanation :
      The pattern of the number series is :
      $6 + 1^ 2$ = 6 + 1 = 7
      $7 + 3^ 2$ = 7 + 9 = 16
      $16 + 5^ 2$ = 16 + 25 = 41
      $41 + 7^ 2$ = 41 + 49 = 90
      $90 + 9^ 2$ = 90 + 81 = 171 ≠ 154
      $171 + 11^ 2$ = 171 + 121 = 292
      4 .    
      Answer : Option A
      Explanation :
      The Pattern of the number series is :
      $5 × 1 + 1^ 2$ = 6 ≠ 7
      $6 × 2 + 2^ 2$ = 16
      $16 × 3 + 3^ 2$ = 57
      $57 × 4 + 4^ 2$ = 228 + 16 = 244
      $244 × 5 + 5^ 2$ = 1220 + 25 = 1245
      5 .    
      Answer : Option C
      Explanation :
      The Pattern of the number series is :
      4 × 0.5 + 0.5 = 2 + 0.5 = 2.5
      2.5 × 1 + 1 = 3.5
      3.5 × 1.5 + 1.5 = 6.75 ≠6.5
      6.75 × 2 + 2 = 15.5
      15.5 × 2.5 + 2.5 = 38.75 + 2.5 = 41.25
      41.25 × 3 + 3 = 123.75 + 3 = 126.75
      6 .    
      Answer : Option D
      Explanation :
      The Pattern of the number series is :
      325 – 1 × 11 = 314
      314 – 2 × 11 = 292
      292 – 3 × 11 = 259
      259 – 4 × 11 = 215
      215 – 5 × 11 = 160
      7 .    
      Answer : Option B
      Explanation :
      The Pattern of the number series is :
      45 × 1 + 1 = 46
      46 × 1.5 + 1 = 70
      70 × 2 +1 = 141
      141 × 2.5 + 1
      = 352.5 + 1 = 353.5
      8 .    
      Answer : Option C
      Explanation :
      The Pattern of the number series is :
      620 + 1 × 12 = 632
      632 – 2 × 12 = 608
      608 + 3 × 12 = 644
      644 – 4 + 12 = 596
      596 + 5 × 12 = 656
      9 .    
      Answer : Option D
      Explanation :
      The Pattern of the number series is :
      15 × 2 – 1 × 5 = 25
      25 × 2 – 2 × 5 = 40
      40 × 2 – 3 × 5 = 65
      65 × 2 – 4 × 5 = 110
      110 × 2 – 4 × 5 = 195
      10 .    
      Answer : Option D
      Explanation :
      The Pattern of the number series is :
      120 × 2.5 + 20 = 320
      320 × 2.5 + 20 = 820
      820 × 2.5 + 20 = 2070
      2070 × 2.5 + 20 = 5195
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      Number Series Questions and Answers Quiz 1

         
         
         
        1 . Directions (1-5):In the following number series only one number is wrong.Find out the wrong number.

        $13\,\,\, 25\,\,\, 40\,\,\, 57\,\,\, 79\,\,\, 103\,\,\, 130$

        A.   25
        B.   40
        C.   57
        D.   79
        2 . $850\,\,\,\, 600\,\,\,\, 550\,\,\,\, 500\,\,\,\, 475\,\,\,\, 462.5\,\,\, 456.25$

        A.   600
        B.   550
        C.   500
        D.   462.5
        3 . $2\,\,\, 10\,\,\, 18\,\,\, 54\,\,\, 162\,\,\, 486\,\,\, 1458$

        A.   18
        B.   54
        C.   162
        D.   10
        4 . $8\,\,\, 12\,\,\, 24\,\,\, 46\,\,\, 72\,\,\, 108\,\,\, 152$

        A.   12
        B.   24
        C.   46
        D.   72
        5 . $142\,\,\, 119\,\,\, 100\,\,\, 83\,\,\, 65\,\,\, 59\,\,\, 52$

        A.   65
        B.   100
        C.   59
        D.   119
        6 . Directions (6-10):What should come in place of the question mark in the following number series?

        $5\,\,\, 54\,\,\, 90\,\,\, 115\,\,\, 131\,\,\, 140\,\,\, ?$

        A.   149
        B.   149
        C.   146
        D.   144
        7 . $7\,\,\, 4\,\,\, 5\,\,\, 9\,\,\, ?\,\,\, 52.5\,\,\, 160.5$

        A.   32
        B.   16
        C.   14
        D.   20
        8 . $6\,\,\, 42\,\,\, ?\,\,\, 1260\,\,\, 5040\,\,\, 15120\,\,\, 30240$

        A.   546
        B.   424
        C.   252
        D.   325
        9 . $4\,\,\, 10\,\,\, 40\,\,\, 190\,\,\, 940\,\,\, ?\,\,\, 23440$

        A.   4690
        B.   2930
        C.   5140
        D.   3680
        10 . $2\,\,\, 9\,\,\, 30\,\,\, ?\,\,\, 436\,\,\, 2195\,\,\, 13182$

        A.   216
        B.   105
        C.   178
        D.   324
          Answers & Solutions
           
          1 .    
          Answer : Option C
          Explanation :
          The pattern is :
          13 + 12 = 25 ; 25 + 15 = 40
          40 + 18 = 58 ≠ 57
          58 + 21 = 79
          2 .    
          Answer : Option A
          Explanation :
          The pattern is :
          850 – 200 = 650 ≠ 600
          650 – 100 = 550
          550 – 25 = 475
          475 – 12.5 = 462.5
          3 .    
          Answer : Option D
          Explanation :
          The pattern is :
          2 × 3 = 6 ≠ 10
          6 × 3 = 18 ; 18 × 3 = 54
          54 × 3 = 162
          4 .    
          Answer : Option C
          Explanation :
          The pattern is :
          8 + 4 × 1 = 12 ; 12 + 4 × 3 = 24
          24 + 4 × 5 = 44 ≠ 46
          44 + 4 × 7 = 72
          72 + 4 × 9 = 108
          5 .    
          Answer : Option A
          Explanation :
          The pattern is :
          142 – 23 = 119 ; 119 – 19 = 100
          100 – 17 = 83
          83 – 13 = 70 ≠ 65
          70 – 11 = 59
          59 – 7 = 52
          6 .    
          Answer : Option D
          Explanation :
          The pattern is:
          $5 + 7^2 $ = 54
          $54 + 6^ 2$ = 90
          $90 + 5^ 2$ = 115
          $115 + 4^ 2$ = 131
          $131 + 3^ 2$ = 140
          $140 + 2^ 2$ = 140 + 4 = 144
          7 .    
          Answer : Option D
          Explanation :
          The pattern is :
          7 × 0.5 + 0.5 = 3.5 + 0.5 = 4
          4 × 1 + 1 = 4 + 1 = 5
          5 × 1.5 + 1.5 = 7.5 + 1.5 = 9
          9 × 2 + 2 = 18 + 2 = 20
          8 .    
          Answer : Option C
          Explanation :
          The pattern is :
          6 × 7 = 42
          42 × 6 = 252
          252 × 5 = 1260
          9 .    
          Answer : Option A
          Explanation :
          The pattern is :
          4 × 5 – 10 = 10
          10 × 5 – 10 = 40
          40 × 5 – 10 = 190
          190 × 5 – 10 = 940
          940 × 5 – 10 = 4700 – 10 = 4690
          10 .    
          Answer : Option B
          Explanation :
          The pattern is :
          2 × 1 + 1 × 7 = 9
          9 × 2 + 2 × 6 = 30
          30 × 3 + 3 × 5 = 105
          105 × 4 + 4 × 4 = 436
          436 × 5 + 5 × 3 = 2195
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          Thursday, 27 April 2017

          SSC CGL 2017 Syllabus and New Exam Pattern for Tier 1

          SSC CGL 2017 Syllabus and New Exam Pattern for Tier 1 :

          Aspirants Mandate to Know The Complete Details before start Preparation . Here the page will Show the SSC CGL Tier 1 exam pattern 2017

          Important Point :

          • Now Tier 1 and Tier II  Exam Conducting Online Mode only

          SSC CGL 2017 Syllabus and New Exam Pattern for Tier 1

           

          SSC CGL 2017 Syllabus and New Exam Pattern for Tier 1

           

          Total Number of Questions : 100

          Exam Duration : 75 Minutes

          Mark of Correct Answer : 2

          Negative mark of wrong Answer : 0.50

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          Wednesday, 26 April 2017

          SBI PO English Language Quiz 7

             
             
             
            1 . Direction: Choose the word/ group* of words which is MOST OPPOSITE in meaning to the word/group of words printed in bold as used in the passage,

            $Q.$ $Quotidian$

            A.   prudent
            B.   serious
            C.   faulty
            D.   shrewd
            2 . Direction: Choose the word/ group* of words which is MOST OPPOSITE in meaning to the word/group of words printed in bold as used in the passage,

            $Q.$ $Dissonant$

            A.   prominent
            B.   elegant
            C.   different
            D.   agreement
            3 . Direction: Choose the word/ group* of words which is MOST OPPOSITE in meaning to the word/group of words printed in bold as used in the passage,

            $Q.$ $Inadvertently$

            A.   specially
            B.   probably
            C.   apparently
            D.   willfully
            4 . Direction (4-10): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is ‘No error’, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

            $Q.$ (1) Rashmi is one of those girls / (2) who has expressed her / (3) willingness for joining /(4) the tour to France. / (5) No error

            A.   1
            B.   2
            C.   3
            D.   4
            5 . (1) Having deserted / (2) by her lover she / (3) committed suicide / (4) last night. / (5) No error

            A.   2
            B.   3
            C.   1
            D.   5
            6 . (1) By the time / (2) we reach there / (3) she will take / (4) her tea. / (5) No erro

            A.   1
            B.   2
            C.   3
            D.   4
            7 . ( 1) Had he passed / ( 2) the bank probationary examination / (3) he would have the / (4) bank manager today. / (5) No erro

            A.   1
            B.   2
            C.   3
            D.   5
            8 . (1) A check on the quality / (2) of all goods leaving / (3) the company are necessary / (4) for the goodwill of the company. / (5) No error

            A.   1
            B.   2
            C.   3
            D.   4
            9 . (1) My special thanks are due to / (2) Prajakta Simon, not only for comments / (3) on early drafts, but her / (4) constant support and encouragement. / (5) No error

            A.   1
            B.   2
            C.   4
            D.   3
            10 . (1) When we describe repeated actions / (2) or events that are happening in or around / (3) the time of speaking / (4) we use the present continuous tense. / (5) No error

            A.   1
            B.   2
            C.   3
            D.   4
              Answers & Solutions
               
              1 .    
              Answer : Option B
              Explanation :
               
              2 .    
              Answer : Option D
              Explanation :
               
              3 .    
              Answer : Option D
              Explanation :
               
              4 .    
              Answer : Option B
              Explanation :
               
              5 .    
              Answer : Option C
              Explanation :
               
              6 .    
              Answer : Option C
              Explanation :
               
              7 .    
              Answer : Option C
              Explanation :
               
              8 .    
              Answer : Option C
              Explanation :
               
              9 .    
              Answer : Option D
              Explanation :
               
              10 .    
              Answer : Option B
              Explanation :
               
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              SBI PO English Language Quiz 6

                 
                 
                 
                1 . Directions(1-10): Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it Certain words/phrases are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

                When a person commits a terrible act, more than the punishment prescribed by the state or the community, it is the punishment meted out by the person’s own mind that is more difficult to bear. This would, of course, not apply to psychopaths, who are considered to be constitutionally devoid of a conscience and feel no remorse for their actions, however terrible these may be. But for the majority of human beings, the existence of a conscience that defines their morality, value systems and adult behaviour can pretty much be taken for granted, even if some are more conscientious than others, and some are more sophistically adept at rationalising their ethically dodgy acts.

                In his extraordinary, even if at times ponderous, 1866 novel Crime and Punishment, Fyodor Dostoyevsky takes us through the workings of the mind of Raskolnikov as he agonises, rationalises and eventually rages deliriously on committing an avoidable crime. Among other things, the book is also, arguably, among the finest and most authentic narratives describing the emotions of guilt and shame, uncluttered by psychological references (Freud was only 10 years old at the time) and can take the involved reader down several by lanes of the mind.

                Guilt and shame are emotions that all of us have experienced. We usually feel guilty when we are uncomfortable with something we have done or contemplated doing; something that goes against our inherent sense of what is right. It could range from some banal, $quotidian$ act of omission or commission, to a more serious $misdemeanour$ that may have more severe consequences. The guilt turns to shame when we realise that our act has resulted in other people judging us unfavourably and even, perhaps, taking action on this judgement. Put differently, guilt is related to our own judgement of ourselves and shame is experienced when we are judged by others in our social environment. Guilt can be rationalised, but shame has to be lived down.

                Generally, all the emotions we experience, even guilt and shame, can serve a constructive purpose as well. When we experience guilt at some action or behaviour, it’s an indicator that some thing we are thinking of or doing is dissonant with our internal moral compass. And when we feel shame, we know that the impact of our action has disturbed our social environment beyond a certain threshold. This knowledge enables us to take counter-measures to reverse the damage we have $inadvertently$ caused to ourselves or those we love. But, when guilt and shame take over our minds, and are disproportionate to the transgression, it can assume pathological proportions, as it tends to do in some of us who are more ‘guilt-prone’ either on account of hardwiring or adverse life experiences.

                There are a variety of reasons why people feel guilt. The most common of these is misinformation, which is the basis for the completely unnecessary masturbatory guilt experienced by hundreds of thousands of poorly informed teenagers in our country, which if unresolved, usually ends up causing severe sexual anxieties later. Another is relationship guilt that many people go through owing to their feeling they are unable to do the ‘right thing’ in a relationship whether or not they are required to, as in not having the wherewithal to rescue an abused mother from the clutches of an alcoholic father, or not being able to afford quality education for one’s child and so on. Sometimes we experience sacrificial guilt when someone we love has made tremendous sacrifices to enhance our lives and we are unable to reciprocate in the manner they want us to, and at other times people feel guilty on account of the demands made on them by their religious faith.

                But, probably the most distressing of all forms of guilt is what is called survivor guilt that refers to the intense guilt experienced by those who have survived catastrophes - natural calamities, man-made disasters, accidents or acts of violence - in which others, particularly loved ones, have perished or been severely traumatised. And the hardest form of guilt to deal with is the delusional guilt that those undergoing clinical depression often experience, which may necessitate the judicious administration of medication and psychotherapy.

                Usually when guilt is experienced, one tends to punish oneself and attempt in some way to compensate for the act of omission or commission. If the guilt we experience is ‘normal’, we do this and we move on

                $Q.$ In the case of Psychopaths, trace the correct statement, as mentioned in the given passage.
                (A) A criminal of heinous crime, he is devoid of a conscience.
                (B) He has a sense of guilt which he often feels after doing the criminal act.
                (C) He has no regret for his criminal act.

                A.   Only A and C
                B.   Only B and C
                C.   only A and B
                D.   All A, B and C
                2 . Which of the following is the novel Crime and Punishment all about?

                A.   It is about the modus operandi of a criminal
                B.   It is about the workings of the mind of a criminal
                C.   It is about the emotions of guilt and shame
                D.   Only 2 and 3
                3 . When a person commits a crime and the punishment thereof is prescribed neither by the state nor by the community, who decides the punishment for such criminal acts?

                (A) The punishment is decided by psychopaths or experts in criminology.
                (B) The punishment is decided by the criminal’s own mind.
                (C) The punishment is decided by none other than the victim herself/himself

                A.   only A
                B.   only B
                C.   only C
                D.   Only A and B
                4 . Which of the following is correct about guilt and shame?, Give your answer in the context of the given passage

                A.   we all experience the emotions of guilt and shame
                B.   Guilt turns to shame when we release that other people will judge us unfavourably or may punish us for such acts of ours
                C.   We usually feel guilty when we are uncomfortable with something we have already done or want to do
                D.   All the above
                5 . Why do we feel guilt? Select the correct option.
                (A) The reason of feeling guilt varies from man to man. There is no specific reason assigned to it.
                (B) The most common reason for feeling guilt is misinformation.
                (C) We feel guilt only when our misdeeds are detected by others

                A.   only A
                B.   only B
                C.   only C
                D.   Both A and B
                6 . What are the different situations when one feels guilt?
                (A) When a near and dear one is misbehaved with by others and the other person is unable to help him
                (B) To survive a catastrophe in which some loved ones have perished is the most difficult situation
                (C) When someone is unable to reciprocate the sacrifice done by others in the manner he expects

                A.   Only A and B
                B.   only B and C
                C.   only A and C
                D.   All A, B and C
                7 . Which of the following is incorrect in the context of the passage?

                A.   We feel ashamed when we think that our actions have disturbed our social environment beyond a certain limit
                B.   Guilt indicates that something we are thinking or doing is not in accordance with the set moral standard.
                C.   Guilt and shame do not always leave harmful effects.
                D.   All the above are correct
                8 . What does a man do when he experiences guilt?

                A.   He tries to punish himself so that he can compensate for the mistakes made by him
                B.   He tries to punish those who aided in the crime
                C.   He tries to punish to evade punishment
                D.   only 1 and 2
                9 . Which of the following is the most difficult form of guilt to deal with?

                A.   sacrificial guilt
                B.   suriviour guilt
                C.   delusional guilt
                D.   Relationship guilt
                10 . Direction: Choose the word/ group* of words which is MOST SIMILAR in meaning to the word/group of words printed in bold as used in the passage,

                $Q.$ $Remorse$

                A.   restore
                B.   reform
                C.   revive
                D.   regret
                  Answers & Solutions
                   
                  1 .    
                  Answer : Option A
                  Explanation :
                   
                  2 .    
                  Answer : Option D
                  Explanation :
                   
                  3 .    
                  Answer : Option B
                  Explanation :
                   
                  4 .    
                  Answer : Option D
                  Explanation :
                   
                  5 .    
                  Answer : Option B
                  Explanation :
                   
                  6 .    
                  Answer : Option B
                  Explanation :
                   
                  7 .    
                  Answer : Option D
                  Explanation :
                   
                  8 .    
                  Answer : Option A
                  Explanation :
                   
                  9 .    
                  Answer : Option C
                  Explanation :
                   
                  10 .    
                  Answer : Option D
                  Explanation :
                   
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                  Tuesday, 25 April 2017

                  SBI PO Quantitative Aptitude Set 33

                     
                     
                     
                    1 . Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

                    In a UN conference there were 200 delegates. Out of them 45% delegates speak English. The ratio between number of people speaking French and number of people speaking Latin is 5 : 7. Difference between the number of people speaking English and number of people speaking Latin is 10% of the total number of delegates. Among these three languages English speaking people are maximum. 15 delegates are there who can speak English and French but cannot speak Latin and it is 25% more than the number of people who can speak French and Latin. 5% of the delegates can speak all three languages. Number of people who can speak English and Latin but cannot speak French is 5.

                    $Q.$ How many delegates are there who can speak only one language out of English, French and Latin?

                    A.   112
                    B.   124
                    C.   136
                    D.   140
                    2 . How many delegates are there who cannot speak any of three language out of English, French, Latin?

                    A.   32
                    B.   24
                    C.   22
                    D.   18
                    3 . How many delegates can speak at least two languages out of English, French, and Latin?

                    A.   32
                    B.   40
                    C.   44
                    D.   52
                    4 . How many delegates are there who can speak exact two languages out of English, French, and Latin?

                    A.   12
                    B.   18
                    C.   20
                    D.   22
                    5 . How many delegates are there who can speak at most two languages?

                    A.   158
                    B.   190
                    C.   124
                    D.   148
                    6 . What will be the cost of fencing a circular field whose area is 1386 sq m? The cost of fencing is `5 per square metre

                    A.   660
                    B.   639
                    C.   699
                    D.   654
                    7 . The difference between $5\over 6$ of a number and 35 per cent of same no. is 1392. What will be 55% of that number ?

                    A.   2880
                    B.   1584
                    C.   1854
                    D.   1485
                    8 . A carbon copier requires 27 bundles of paper for 6 days. How many bundles of paper will be required for 14 days?

                    A.   43
                    B.   36
                    C.   63
                    D.   44
                    9 . If downstream speed of a boat is 16 kmph and its upstream speed is 11 kmph, what is the speed of the stream?

                    A.   1.5 kmph
                    B.   2 kmph
                    C.   3 kmph
                    D.   2.5 kmph
                    10 . The ratio of the present ages of A to B is 2 : 3. Four years hence, the ratio of their ages will be 5 : 7. What is the present age of A?

                    A.   24 years
                    B.   20 years
                    C.   21 years
                    D.   16 years
                      Answers & Solutions
                       
                      1 .    
                      Answer : Option C
                      Explanation :
                      60 + 23 + 53 = 136

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                      2 .    
                      Answer : Option A
                      Explanation :
                       
                      3 .    
                      Answer : Option A
                      Explanation :
                      5 + 10 + 15 + 2 = 32
                      4 .    
                      Answer : Option D
                      Explanation :
                      15 + 5 + 2 = 22
                      5 .    
                      Answer : Option B
                      Explanation :
                      200 – 10 = 190
                      6 .    
                      Answer : Option A
                      Explanation :
                      Area of the circle = $\pi$$r^2$

                      $\pi$$r^2$ = 1386

                      $r^2$ = $1386 \times 7 \over 22$ = 441

                      r = $\sqrt{441}$ = 21 cm

                      Circumference of the circle = 2$\pi$r

                      = 2 $\times$ $22 \over 7$ x 21 = 132 cm

                      Hence, the cost of fencing = 132 × 5 = `660
                      7 .    
                      Answer : Option B
                      Explanation :
                      Let the number be x.

                      Now, $x$ x $5\over 6$ - $35 \times 100$ = 1392

                      $50 x - 21 x \over 60$ = 1392

                      29 $x$ = 1392 x 60

                      x = $1392 \times 60 \over 29$ = 2880

                      Again, according to the question,

                      55% of 2880 = $55 \times 2880 \over 100$ = 1584
                      8 .    
                      Answer : Option C
                      Explanation :
                      No.of Bundles = $27\times 14 \over 6$ = 63
                      9 .    
                      Answer : Option D
                      Explanation :
                      speed of the stream = $1\over 2$

                      = $1\over 2$(16 - 11)

                      = $1\over 2$ x 5 = 2.5 kmph

                      10 .    
                      Answer : Option D
                      Explanation :
                      Let the present age of A be 2x years and that of B be 3x years

                      Four years hence,

                      $2x + 4 \over 3x + 4$ = $5\over 7$

                      14x + 28 = 15x + 20

                      x = 8 years

                      Hence, present age of A = 2 x 8 = 16 years

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