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SBI PO Reasoning Test Practice set 6

     
     
     
    1 . In a certain code 'lee ra de' means 'what was it', 'mo nil' means 'you go', 'nil pom fa' means 'you like it' and 'tok lee to' means 'she was sick'. How will you write 'what you like' in that code?

    A.   pom nil ra
    B.   pom ra lee
    C.   nil rai ee
    D.   None of these
    2 . What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following series?
    N 5 %, K 7 T, ?, E 14 P, B 19 N

    A.   110R
    B.   H10Q
    C.   H9R
    D.   H10R
    3 . In the year 1997, garment production of Company 'A' is more than that of company 'B' but not more than that of companies 'C' and 'D'. Production of company 'E' is not as much as that of Company 'B'. However, it is more than that of Company 'C'. Which company produced the highest number of garments?

    A.   A
    B.   C
    C.   D
    D.   Data inadequate
    4 . If P < Q means P is father of Q, P # Q means P is mother of Q, P * Q means P is sister of Q, then how is Q related to N in N #L $P * Q?

    A.   Grandson
    B.   Granddaughter
    C.   Nephew
    D.   Data inadequate
    5 . How many pairs of letters are there in the word EXCLUSIVE which have as many letters between them as in the alphabet?

    A.   2
    B.   3
    C.   4
    D.   0
    6 . Direction (6-10):Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient of answer the question. Read both the statements and given answer–

    (1) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient of answer the question.

    (2) If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

    (3) If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.

    (4) If the data given in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.

    (5) If the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

    $Q.$ Statement :

    Which direction is Shashidhar facing?

    I. In the early morning Shashidhar was standing in front of a puppet and the shadow of the puppet was falling to the right of Shashidhar.

    II. In the early morning Shashidhar was standing on the ground. His shadow was falling behind him when he turned to the left

    A.   if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
    B.   if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient answer the question.
    C.   if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
    D.   if the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
    7 . Statement :

    Who among A, B, C, D and E teaches History?

    I. Each one of them teaches only one subject. B teaches Mathematics, while E teaches Science. A or C does not teach Geography. A or D does not teach English.

    II. C and E are teachers of English and Sci ence respectively and A is the teacher of Mathematics

    A.   if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
    B.   if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient answer the question.
    C.   if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
    D.   if the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
    8 . Statement :

    In a row of boys facing South who is immediate left to Ramakant? I. Suresh is immediate right to Chandrakant, who is fourth to the right of Ramakant.

    II. Suresh is third to the left of Ramakant and Naresh is second to the right of Suresh

    A.   if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
    B.   if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient answer the question.
    C.   if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
    D.   if the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
    9 . Statement :

    Who has secured the maximum marks among six friends A, B, C, D, E and F?

    I. B secured less marks than A and F but not less than C, D and E.

    II. F secured more marks than B but not as much as A.

    A.   if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
    B.   if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient answer the question.
    C.   if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
    D.   if the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question
    10 . Statement :

    What will be the position of hour hand of a clock at 7.30 PM?

    I. There are English alphabets on the dial of the clock instead of digits

    II. The hour hand is at P at 7 O' clock


    A.   if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
    B.   if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient answer the question.
    C.   if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
    D.   if the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
      Answers & Solutions
       
      1 .    
      Answer : Option D
      Explanation :
       
      2 .    
      Answer : Option D
      Explanation :
       
      3 .    
      Answer : Option D
      Explanation :
       
      4 .    
      Answer : Option D
      Explanation :
       
      5 .    
      Answer : Option B
      Explanation :
       
      6 .    
      Answer : Option C
      Explanation :
      From I : It means the sun is to the left of Shashidhar and since it is morning, the left of Shashidhar is East.

      Hence, Shashidhar is facingSouth.

      From II :Sun is to the left of Sashidhar. Hence, he is facing South [Since it is morning].
      7 .    
      Answer : Option A
      Explanation :
      From I : A teaches Hi story among A, B,C, D and E [Thename of other four subjects is given in thestatement and A teaches none of them.]

      From II :Either B or D teaches History.
      8 .    
      Answer : Option D
      Explanation :
      From I :Ramakant ____ Chandrakant, Suresh Hence, cannot be determined.

      From II: Ramakant____Suresh __Naresh Hence, cannot be determined. The combination of both statement is not possible
      9 .    
      Answer : Option D
      Explanation :
      From I :A, F > B > C, D, E

      Either A or F has secured maximum marks.

      From II :A > F > B

      From I and II, A secured the maximum marks.

      10 .    
      Answer : Option D
      Explanation :
      At 7.30 PM, the hour hand of the clock will be between 7 and 8.

      The alphabet code of 8 can not known from the given statements.

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      SBI PO Reasoning Test Practice set 5

         
         
         
        1 . Directions (1-5) : In making decisions about important questions, it is desirable to be able to distinguish between "Strong" arguments and "Weak" arguments in so far "Strong" arguments are those which are both important and directly related to the question. "Weak" arguments are those which are of less importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question. Instructions:

        Each question below is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the argument is a strong argument and which is a weak argument

        Give answer

        (1) if only argument I is strong.
        (2) if only argument II is strong.
        (3) if either I or II is strong.
        (4) if neither Inor IIis strong
        (5) if both I and II are strong.
        $Q.$

        $Statement:$

        Should government privatise the estabilished higher level Institutes of Technology (IITs)?

        $Arguments:$

        I. Yes, privatisation will make these institutes financially healthy, competitive and quality-conscious.
        II. Yes, privatisation is the key of the new era - can we survive without it?

        A.   if only argument I is strong.
        B.   if only argument II is strong.
        C.   if either I or II is strong.
        D.   if neither I nor II is strong
        2 . $Statement:$

        Should vacations of judges be reduced?

        $Arguments:$

        I. Yes, it will speed up judicial process and many people are likely to get justice in reasonable time.
        II. No, it is a sign of British legacy. Why should we carry it further?

        A.   if only argument I is strong.
        B.   if only argument II is strong.
        C.   if either I or II is strong.
        D.   if neither I nor II is strong
        3 . $Statement:$

        Should the practice of transfer of clerical cadre employees from one city to another government office be stopped? Arguments:

        $Arguments:$

        I. No, transfer of employees is a routine administrative matter and we must continue it.
        II. Yes, it involves a lot of governmental expenditure and inconvenience to many compared to the benefits it yields

        A.   if only argument I is strong.
        B.   if only argument II is strong.
        C.   if either I or II is strong.
        D.   if neither I nor II is strong
        4 . $Statement:$

        Should higher qualification be the only criteria for internal promotions in any organisation?

        $Arguments:$

        I. Yes, why not? In fact only higher qualification is more important than other factors.
        II. No, quality of performance and other factors are more important than mere higher qualification in case of internal promotion

        A.   if only argument I is strong.
        B.   if only argument II is strong.
        C.   if either I or II is strong.
        D.   if neither I nor II is strong
        5 . $Statement:$

        Should Indian scientists working abroad be called back to India?

        $Arguments:$

        I. Yes, they must serve the motherland first and forget about discoveries, honours, facilities and all.
        II. No, we have enough talent, let them stay where they want.

        A.   if only argument I is strong
        B.   if only argument II is strong
        C.   if either I or II is strong
        D.   if neither I nor II is strong
        6 . Direction (6-10):In each of the questions below are given four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III & IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

        $Q.$ $Statements:$

        All cups are bottles.
        Some bottles are jugs.
        No jug is plate.
        Some plates are tables.

        $Conclusions:$

        I. Some tables are bottles.
        II. Some plates are cups.
        III. No table is bottle.
        IV. Some jugs are cups

        A.   only I follows
        B.   only II follows
        C.   only III follows
        D.   Only either I or III follows
        7 . $Statement:$

        Some chairs are handles.
        All handles are pots.
        All pots are mats.
        Some mats are buses.

        $Conclusions:$

        I. Some buses are handles.
        II. Some mats are chairs.
        III. No bus is a handle.
        IV. Some mats are handles.

        A.   only I, II and IV follows
        B.   only II, III and IV follows
        C.   only either I or III and II follows
        D.   All of the above
        8 . $Statements:$

        All birds are horses.
        All horses are tigers.
        Some tigers are lions.
        Some lions are monkeys.

        $Conclusions:$

        I. Some tigers are horses.
        II. Some monkeys are horses.
        III. Some tigers are birds.
        IV. Some monkeys are horses

        A.   only I and III follows
        B.   only I, II and III follows
        C.   Only II, III and IV follows
        D.   None of these
        9 . $Statements:$

        Some benches are walls.
        All walls are houses.
        Some houses are jungles.
        All jungles are roads.

        $Conclusions:$

        I. Some roads are benches.
        II. Some jungles are walls.
        III. Some houses are benches.
        IV. Some roads are houses

        A.   only I and II follows
        B.   only I and III follows
        C.   only III and Iv follows
        D.   None of these
        10 . $Statements:$

        Some sticks are lamps.
        Some flowers are lamps.
        Some lamps are dresses.
        All dresses are sticks.

        $Conclusions:$

        I. Some shirts are sticks.
        II. Some shirts are flowers.
        III. Some flowers are sticks.
        IV. Some dresses are sticks.

        A.   None follows
        B.   only I follows
        C.   only II follows
        D.   only III and IV follows
          Answers & Solutions
           
          1 .    
          Answer : Option A
          Explanation :
          Argument I is advantageous. Argument II has lack of any theme.
          2 .    
          Answer : Option A
          Explanation :
          I is a strong argument. If we have more working days, it is natural that more work can be done. Good qualities or system of even our enemy can be adopted. Hence II is weak.
          3 .    
          Answer : Option B
          Explanation :
          It is not neccessary that any practice which has been continued for a long time be right. Hence I is a weak argument. II is strong
          4 .    
          Answer : Option B
          Explanation :
          Neither the reason nor other factors are given in Agrument I,hence, it is weak. On the same grounds II is strong.
          5 .    
          Answer : Option D
          Explanation :
          It is not strong. The individual’s demands are as i mportant as the motherland’s. II is weak because of its complacement attitude
          6 .    
          Answer : Option D
          Explanation :
           
          7 .    
          Answer : Option D
          Explanation :
          All handles are pots + All pots are mats = A + A = A = All handles are mats $\Rightarrow$conversion $\Rightarrow$Some mats are handles (I). Hence IV follows. All handles are mats + Some mats are buses = A + I = No conclusion. However I and III form a complementary pair. Hence either I or III follows. Some chairs are handles + All handles are mats = I + A = I = Some chairs are mats$\Rightarrow$conversion$\Rightarrow$ Some mats are chairs (I). Hence II follows
          8 .    
          Answer : Option A
          Explanation :
          All horses are tigers (A) $\rightarrow$ conversion $\rightarrow$Some tigers are horses (I). Hence I follows. All birds are horses + All horses are tigers = A + A = A = All birds are tigers$\rightarrow$conversion$\rightarrow$Some tigers are birds (I). Hence III follows. Some tigers are lions + Some lions are monkeys = I + I = No conclusion. Hence neither II nor IV follows
          9 .    
          Answer : Option C
          Explanation :
          Some benches are walls + All walls are houses = I + A = I = Some benches are houses$\rightarrow$ conversion $\rightarrow$Some houses are benches (I). Hence III follows. Some houses are jungles + All jungles are roads = I + A = I = Some houses are roads $\rightarrow$conversion$\rightarrow$ Some roads are horses (1). Hence IV follows. 'All walls are houses + Some houses are jungles = A + I = No conclusion. Hence, II does not follow. Neither does I as a consequence.
          10 .    
          Answer : Option A
          Explanation :
          I + I = No conclusion
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          SBI PO Reasoning Test Practice set 4

             
             
             
            1 . Directions (1-5) : In each question below is given a statement followed by three assumptions numbered I, II and III. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement

            $Q.$

            $Statement:$

            Large number of people affected by the flood in the area gathered at the relief camp for food, water and shelter organized by the state government.

            $Assumptions:$

            I. The relief camp has enough supplies to provide food and water to affected people in the area.
            II. All those whose houses are submerged can be accommodated in the temporary shelters.
            III. Many more affected people are yet to reach the relief camp

            A.   Only I is implicit
            B.   Only I and II is are implicit
            C.   Only II is implicit
            D.   Only II and III are implicit
            2 . $Statement:$

            "If you desire to enjoy the best holidays to Europe, join our exclusive EURO package". An advertisement of a travel agency in an Indian newspaper.

            $Assumptions:$

            I. Many Indians travel to European countries to spend their holidays.
            II. There are other travel agencies in India which organize holiday tours to Europe.
            III. Many people may still travel to Europe through other travel agencies

            A.   All are implicit
            B.   Only I and II are implicit
            C.   Only I is implicit
            D.   None is implicit
            3 . $Statement:$

            "If you are a first class graduate with at least 65 per cent marks, you are eligible to apply for the post of officer in our organization". An advertisement f or recruitment of officers

            $Assumptions:$

            I. There may be adequate number of applicants who will fulfil the stipulated educational qualification.
            II. Those graduate who have secured less than 65 percent marks may not perform well in the job.
            III. Those candidates who have secured 65 percent or more marks in graduation are likely to perform well on the job

            A.   All are implicit
            B.   Only I and II are implicit
            C.   Only II and III are implicit
            D.   Only I and III are implicit
            4 . $Statement:$

            The government has decided to hike the prices of petrol and diesel by about `3 per litre to partially reduce the gap between the domestic and international prices

            $Assumptions:$

            I. The oil companies may not be able to absorb the deficit in purchase and sale price.
            II. People may start countrywide agitation against the price hike.
            III. The oil companies may not agree to the government's decision of marginal price hike

            A.   Only I is implicit
            B.   Only II is implicit
            C.   Only III is implicit
            D.   Only I and II are implicit
            5 . $Statement:$

            The Goverment has decided to allow the shopping complexes to remain open till midnight to reduce crowding of shoppers in these complexes during the weekends.

            $Assumptions:$

            I. People may still prefer to shop during the weekends.
            II. Many people may now do their shopping leisurely during the late evening hours.
            III. The sales of these shopping complexes may increase generating revenue for the Govt.

            A.   None is implicit
            B.   Only I is implicit
            C.   Only II is implicit
            D.   Only III is implicit
            6 . Directions (6-10) : Read the instructions carefully and answer the following questions

            A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight students of a school. They study in Standard VI, VII and VIII with not more than three student in any standard. Each of them has a favourite subject from Physics, Geography, English, Marathi, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Economics not necessarily in the same order.

            D likes Chemistry and studies in Standard VIII with only H. B does not study in Standard VII. E and A study in the same Standard but not with B. C and F study in the same Standard. Those who study in Standard VI do not like Mathematics or Biology. F likes Physics. The one who studies in Standard VIII likes English. C does not like Geography. A's favourite subject is Marathi and G does not like Biology

            $Q.$ Which Subject does H like ?

            A.   English
            B.   Marathi
            C.   Science
            D.   Data inadequate
            7 . What is G's favourite subject ?

            A.   Biology
            B.   Physics
            C.   Marathi
            D.   None of these
            8 . What is C's favourite subject ?

            A.   Economics
            B.   Biology
            C.   English
            D.   Geography
            9 . Which of the following combinations of student-Standard Subject is correct ?

            A.   C-VII-Economics
            B.   D-VI-Chemistry
            C.   G-VII-Physics
            D.   None of these
            10 . Which of the following groups of students read in Standard VII ?

            A.   EAF
            B.   ECG
            C.   EAG
            D.   None of these
              Answers & Solutions
               
              1 .    
              Answer : Option B
              Explanation :
              Only I and II are implicit because in the relief camp the facilities of food, water and shelter are available.
              2 .    
              Answer : Option A
              Explanation :
              All are implicit because on the basis of all the three assumptions this advertisement is given.
              3 .    
              Answer : Option C
              Explanation :
              Only II and III are implicit.Ac c or di ng to II who have secured less than 65% marks may not perform well on the job and according to III those who have secured 65% or more marks are likely to perform well. Hence due to these in advertisement the people with at least 65% marks are eligible to apply for the post
              4 .    
              Answer : Option D
              Explanation :
              Only I and II is implicit because if the government does not hike the prices of petrol and diesel, the oil company will not be able to fulfill to deficit in purchase and sale prices and f or protecting agitation, the hike of price is less.
              5 .    
              Answer : Option C
              Explanation :
              Only II is implicit because the people may shopping leisurely during the late evening hours, thinking so, the Government has decided to allow t h e shopping complexes to remain open till midnight.
              6 .    
              Answer : Option A
              Explanation :
               
              7 .    
              Answer : Option D
              Explanation :
               
              8 .    
              Answer : Option A
              Explanation :
               
              9 .    
              Answer : Option D
              Explanation :
               
              10 .    
              Answer : Option C
              Explanation :
               
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              SBI PO Quantitative aptitude practice set 21

                 
                 
                 
                1 . Directions (1-5): These questions are based on the following graphs.

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                $Q.$What is the ratio of the number of appeared candidates from States C and E together to that of the appeared candidates from States A and F together?

                A.   17 : 33
                B.   11 : 13
                C.   13 : 27
                D.   17 : 27
                2 . In which State, the percentage of qualified candidates with respect to that of appeared candidates is minimum?

                A.   C
                B.   F
                C.   D
                D.   G
                3 . What is the difference between the number of qualified candidates of States D and those of G?

                A.   690
                B.   670
                C.   780
                D.   720
                4 . What is the percentage of qualified candidates with respect to appeared candidates from States B and C taken together? (rounded to two decimal places)

                A.   23.11
                B.   24.21
                C.   21.24
                D.   23
                5 . What is the ratio between the number of candidates qualified from States B and D together to the number of candidates appeared from State ‘C’ respectively?

                A.   8 : 37
                B.   11 : 12
                C.   37 : 40
                D.   7 : 37
                  Answers & Solutions
                   
                  1 .    
                  Answer : Option A
                  Explanation :
                  Reqd ratio = $8 + 9\over 15 + 18$ = 17 : 33
                  2 .    
                  Answer : Option D
                  Explanation :
                  Here, do not find the ratio of the no. of qualified candidates to that of the appeared. Simply check the ratio of % qualified candidates with respect to the appeared is the least for which state. Ans = G
                  3 .    
                  Answer : Option D
                  Explanation :
                  Reqd difference = (21 - 13) % of 9000 = 720
                  4 .    
                  Answer : Option B
                  Explanation :
                   
                  5 .    
                  Answer : Option C
                  Explanation :
                   
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                  SBI PO Quantitative aptitude practice set 20

                     
                     
                     
                    1 . The price of sugar falls by 12%. How many quintals can be bought for the same money which was sufficient to buy 44 quintals at the higher price?

                    A.   54
                    B.   50
                    C.   38
                    D.   48
                    2 . The distance between two stations A and B is 220 km. Two motorcyclists start simultaneously from A and B in opposite directions and the distance between them after 2 hours is 30 km. The faster motorcyclist’s speed is 5 km/ hr more than the slower motorcyclist’s. Find the ratio of the faster motor cyclist’s speed to the slower motorcyclist’s

                    A.   9 : 5
                    B.   10 : 11
                    C.   10 : 9
                    D.   5 : 8
                    3 . A field can be plouged in 16 days. If 18 more hectares of land is ploughed daily, the work will be finished in 10 days. Find the area of the field

                    A.   480 hectares
                    B.   520 hectares
                    C.   440 hectares
                    D.   500 hectares
                    4 . An article costing `425 is marked to be sold at a price which gives a profit of 20%. What will be its selling price in a sale when 15% is taken off the marked price?

                    A.   442
                    B.   430
                    C.   438
                    D.   None of these
                    5 . How much pure alcohol can be added to 700 ml of an 18% solution to make its strength 30%?

                    A.   60 ml
                    B.   100 ml
                    C.   140 ml
                    D.   120 ml
                    6 . A ladder 12 m long reaches a point 8 m below the top of a building. At the foot of the ladder the elevation of the top of the building is 60°. Find the approx height of the building.

                    A.   18 m
                    B.   21 m
                    C.   16 m
                    D.   14 m
                    7 . A hemispherical bowl of internal diameter 54 cm contains a liquid. The liquid is to be filled in cylindrical bottles of radius 3 cm and height 9 cm. How many bottles are required to empty the bowl?

                    A.   100
                    B.   90
                    C.   81
                    D.   82
                    8 . How many numbers are there between 100 and 1000 such that 7 is at unit’s place?

                    A.   100
                    B.   90
                    C.   81
                    D.   82
                    9 . Find the chance of throwing a sum more than 15 in one throw with 3 dice

                    A.   $1\over 36$
                    B.   $5\over 216$
                    C.   $5\over 108$
                    D.   $11\over 216$
                    10 . 725 ÷ 25 - 13 = ?

                    A.   16
                    B.   29
                    C.   12
                    D.   18
                      Answers & Solutions
                       
                      1 .    
                      Answer : Option B
                      Explanation :
                      Reqd amount = $44\over0.88$ = 50 quintals
                      2 .    
                      Answer : Option C
                      Explanation :
                      Let the speed of the slower motorcyclist be x km/hr. Therefore the speed of the faster motorcyclist will be (x + 5) km/hr.
                      In 2 hrs both motorcylists cover
                      2x + 2(x + 5) = (4x + 10) km distance.
                      i.e. 4x + 10 = 220 - 30
                      or, 4x = 180 or, x = 45
                      Ratio = 50 : 45 = 10 : 9
                      3 .    
                      Answer : Option A
                      Explanation :
                      Let original area ploughed daily = x hectares

                      Total area ploughed = 16x

                      If (x + 18) hectares is ploughed daily, then total area = 10(x + 18)

                      Given that, 16x = 10(x + 18)

                      or, x = 30 hectares

                      total area of field = 16 × 30 = 480 hectares

                      4 .    
                      Answer : Option D
                      Explanation :
                       
                      5 .    
                      Answer : Option D
                      Explanation :
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                      6 .    
                      Answer : Option C
                      Explanation :
                       
                      7 .    
                      Answer : Option D
                      Explanation :
                       
                      8 .    
                      Answer : Option D
                      Explanation :
                      In a three-digit no. with 7 at unit’s place, zero can’t be there at hundred’s place. So, hundred’s place can be filled with any of the digits from 1 to 9. Thus there are 9 options.
                      Ten’s place = digits 0 to 9 = 10 options
                      Unit’s place = 7 = 1 option
                      no. of required numbers = 9 × 10 × 1 = 90
                      9 .    
                      Answer : Option D
                      Explanation :
                       
                      10 .    
                      Answer : Option A
                      Explanation :
                      ? = $725\over 25$ x 13 = 29 - 13 = 16
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