D. I. QUIZ 4

QUIZ 4

 

Directions (1-6) : study the following table carefully and answer the given questions.

                               Population abstract of country “x”

 

states Total population Rural : urban Male : female Literate : illiterate % graduates out of literates
maharashtra 2250000 28  :  17 23  :  22 5  :  3 48
Madhya pradesh 1642000 5  :  3 5  :  3 3  :  1 35
odisha 1136000 11  :  5 9  :  7 11  :  5 38
West bengal 2480000 18  :  13 21  :  19 20  :  11 42
Tamil nadu 2050000 16  :  9 13  :  12 3  :  2 56
uttarakhand 248000 5  :  3 9  :  7 3  :  1 44
jharkhand 960000 17  :  7 11  :  9 4  :  1 32

 

Q 1 : urban population of jharkhand and west bengal together is what percent of the total population of these two states ?

  1. 38.37
  2. 34.37
  3. 36.37
  4. 33.37
  5. none of these

 

Q 2: approximately by what percent is the urban population of odisha less than its rural population ?

  1. 50
  2. 55
  3. 58
  4. 48
  5. none of these

 

Q 3 : what percent of total population of maharashtra, tamil nadu, madhya pradesh and uttarakhand together is illiterate ?

  1. 35
  2. 36
  3. 37
  4. 38
  5. 39

 

Q 4 : what is the difference between number of graduates from odisha and west bengal together and madhya pradesh and uttarakhand together ?

  1. 465915
  2. 455915
  3. 475915
  4. 457915
  5. none of these

 

Q 5 : what is the total number of graduate from tamil nadu, jharkhand, madhya pradesh, odisha and maharashtra together ?

  1. 2338365
  2. 2538365
  3. 2438365
  4. 2337365
  5. none of these

 

Q 6: what is the ratio between total female population of tamil nadu, madhya pradesh and west bengal together and total male population of these three states together respectively ?

  1. 11111  :  13577
  2. 13577  :  11111
  3. 111  :  135
  4. 1111  :  1357
  5. none of these

Direction (24-28) : study the following table to answer the given questions.

 

                Center and post wise number of candidates

 

center post clerk Field officer supervisor Specialist officer
bangalore 2000 5000 50 2050 750
delhi 15000 17000 160 11000 750
mumbai 1700 19500 70 7000 900
hyderabad 3500 20000 300 9000 1150
kolkata 14900 17650 70 1300 1200
lucknow 11360 15300 30 1500 650
chennai 9000 11000 95 1650 500

 

Q 7: which center has highest number of candidates ?

  1. Delhi
  2. Kolkata
  3. Hyderabad
  4. Mumbai
  5. None of these

 

Q 8: which center has 300% more number of clarks as compared to bangalore?

  1. Lucknow
  2. Mumbai
  3. Hyderabad
  4. Chennai
  5. None of these

 

Q 9: what is the difference between total number of officers and clerks?

  1. 29680
  2. 34180
  3. 32690
  4. 28680
  5. None of these

 

Q 10: in kolkata number specialist officer is approximately what percent of that of officers?

  1. 8.7%
  2. 9%
  3. 6.5%
  4. 8%
  5. 6.9%

 

ANSWER KEY

 

1. 1 2. 2 3. 1 4. 2 5. 4 6. 1 7.4 8.3 9.4 10.2

 

Solutions

 

  1. urban population of jharkhand and west bengal together of the total population of these two states = 38.37 (ANS)

 

  1.  approximately by the urban population of odisha less than its rural population = 55 (ANS)

 

  1. percent of total population of maharashtra, tamil nadu, madhya pradesh and uttarakhand together is illiterate = 35 (ans)

 

  1.  the difference between number of graduates from odisha and west bengal together and madhya pradesh and uttarakhand together = 455915 (ans)

 

  1. the total number of graduate from tamil nadu, jharkhand, madhya pradesh, odisha and maharashtra together = 2337365 (ans)

 

  1.  the ratio between total female population of tamil nadu, madhya pradesh and west bengal together and total male population of these three states together respectively = 11111  :  13577

(ans)

 

  1. center has highest number of candidates = Mumbai (ans)

 

  1. center has 300% more number of clarks as compared to bangalore = Hyderabad (ans)

 

  1.  the difference between total number of officers and clerks = 28680 (ans)

 

  1.  in kolkata number specialist officer is approximately what percent of that of officers = 9% (ans)

D.I. quiz 3

 

Quiz 3

 

direction (1-5) : study the pie chart carefully to answer the questions that follow:

 

   Percentage-wise break up of students in terms of specialisation in mba

    Total no of student = 8000

                                                                                  

 

Q 1: what is the total number of students having specialisation in ir, marketing and it ?

  1. 4640
  2. 4080
  3. 4260
  4. 4400
  5. None of these

 

Q 2: student having ib as specialisation form approximately what percent of students having marketing as specialisation?

  1. 116%
  2. 86%
  3. 124%
  4. 74%
  5. 65%

 

Q 3: what is the total number of students having ib as specialisation?

  1. 1520
  2. 1280
  3. 1360
  4. 1120
  5. None of these

 

Q 4: what is the respective ratio of the students having finance as specialization to that of students having hr as specialisation?

  1. 11:19
  2. 18:13
  3. 6:7
  4. 12:21
  5. None of these

 

Q 5: student having ir as specialisation forms approximately what percent of student having hr as specialisation?

  1. 87%
  2. 106%
  3. 76%
  4. 62%
  5. 114%

 

direction(6-10) : study the following table carefully to answer these questions.

Number of workers employed in six units of a factory during the years.

 

Unite year a b c d e f
1998 145 88 115 120 140 136
1999 128 76 122 112 152 132
2000 136 96 132 124 158 140
2001 183 92 125 135 166 126
2002 160 107 140 118 170 146
2003 152 110 148 128 175 150

 

Q 6 : in the year 2000 the number of employed workers by unity ‘c’ is what percent of the total number of employed works by all the unites in the same year ?

  1. 16.39
  2. 17.21
  3. 16.88
  4. 17.31
  5. None of these

 

Q 7: For all the given years, what is the difference between the average number of workers in unites d and e ?

  1. 37
  2. 33
  3. 3323
  4. 3713
  5. None of these

 

Q 8: In which year the percentage increase/decrease in the number of employed workers is minimum for unite ‘f’ ?

  1. 1999
  2. 2000
  3. 2002
  4. 2003
  5. None of these

Q 9 : for all the given years. In which unite the average number of employed workers wear maximum ?

  1. D
  2. A
  3. C
  4. E
  5. None of these

Q 10: in the years 1998 and approximate ratio between the number of employed workers in all the units ?

  1. 13:14
  2. 37:36
  3. 10:9
  4. 13:11
  5. 4:3

 

ANSWER KEY

 

1.4 2. 2 3. 1 4. 3 5. 5 6. 5 7. 4 8. 4 9. 4 10. 2

 

Solutions

 

  1. 8000*55%= 4400(ans)

 

  1. 19/22*100= 86%(ans)

 

  1.   800*19/100= 1520 (ans)

 

  1. 12/14= 6:7 (ans)

 

  1. 16/14*100= 114%(ans)
  2. 132/(136+96+132+124+158+140)*100= 17.46(ans)

 

  1. For all the given years, what is the difference between the average number of workers in unites d and e = 37.5(ans)

 

.8.  the number of employed workers is minimum for unite ‘f’= 2003 (ans)

 

  1. the average number of employed workers wear maximum = E

 

  1.  in the years 1998 and approximate ratio between the number of employed workers in all the units= 37 : 36 (ans)

Alphabetical Series :- SSC Reasoning

Alphabetical Series :- SSC Reasoning

Directions (1-40) :- In each of the following questions, various terms of a letter series are given, with one term missing as shown by (?). Choose the missing term out of the given alternatives.

1. FLP, INS, LPV, ?

A) ORY

B) UXZ

C) VXY

D) SVW

 

2. AZ, CX, FU, ?

A) IR

B) IV

C) JQ

D) KP

 

3. AZ, GT, MN, ?, YB

A) KF

B) RX

C) SH

D) TS

4. BF, CH, ?, HO, LT

A) DN

B) EL

C) EK

D) EM

 

5. JE, LH, OL, SQ, ?

A) WV

B) WX

C) VW

D) XW

 

6. CAT, FDW, IGZ, ?

A) KJA

B) KTC

C) LHD

D) LJC

 

7. BEH, KNQ, TWZ, ?

A) IJL

B) CFI

C) BDF

D) ADG

 

8. LXF, MTJ, NPN, OLR, ?

A) PHV

B) PIU

C) PJW

D) PKX

 

9. MHZ, NIW, OKT, PNQ, ?

A) RRN

B) QRN

C) QRM

D) QQN

 

10. AYD, BVF, DRH, ?, KGL

A) FMI

B) GMJ

C) HLK

D) GLJ

 

11. AB, BA, ABC, CBA, ABCD, ?

A) ACBD

B) BACD

C) CABD

D) DCBA

 

12. AB, DEF, HIJK, ?, STUVWX

A) MNOPQ

B) LMNOP

C) LMNO

D) QRSTU

 

13. A, CD, GHI, ?, UVWXY

A) LMNO

B) MNO

C) NOPQ

D) MNOP

 

14. ACC, EIG, ?, MRO, QUS

A) INK

B) DHF

C) IMK

D) GKI

 

15. AZI, BXO, CVU, ?

A) DTA

B) DTZ

C) DTB

D) DSA

 

16. AEZ, EIV, ?, MQN, QUJ

A) INK

B) DHF

C) IMR

D) GKI

 

17. ACD, EGH, IKL, ?

A) MOP

B) OMN

C) OST

D) MPN

 

18. UPI, ?, ODP, MBQ, IAW

A) TIJ

B) SIK

C) SHJ

D) THK

 

19. BZA, DYC, FXE, ?, JVI

A) WHG

B) HUG

C) HWG

D) UHG

 

20. AZBY, CXDW, EVFU, ?

A) GHIJ

B) GTHS

C) HSGT

D) IRGT

 

Solution :-

 

 

Letter Series :- SSC Reasoning

Letter Series :- SSC Reasoning

Directions (1-20) :- In each of the following letter series, some of the letters are missing which are given in that order as one of the alternatives below it. Choose the correct alternative.

1. _ _ aba _ _ ba _ ab

A) abbba

B) abbab

C) baabb

D) bbaba

 

2. _ baa _ aab _ a _ a

A) aabb

B) aaba

C) abab

D) baab

 

3. ab _ _ _ b _ bbaa _

A) abaab

B) abbab

C) baaab

D) babba

 

4. _ _ babbba _ a _ _

A) ababb

B) baaab

C) bbaba

D) babbb

 

5. aa _ ab _ _ aaa_ a

A) aaab

B) aabb

C) abab

D) baaa

 

6. a_bbc_aab_cca_bbcc

A) bacb

B) acba

C) abab

D) caba

 

7. a_aa_bbb_aaa_bbb

A) abba

B) baab

C) aaab

D) abab

 

8. bc_b_c_b_ccb

A) cbcb

B) bbcb

C) cbbc

D) bcbc

 

9. abb_baa_a_bab_ab

A) abba

B) abab

C) ccac

D) aabb

 

10. abca_bcaab_ca_bbc_

A) ccaa

B) bbaa

C) abac

D) abba

 

11. _bcc_ac_aabb_ab_cc

A) aabca

B) abaca

C) bacab

D) bcaca

 

12. ab_aa_caab_c_abb_c

A) bbcaa

B) babca

C) cabac

D) cbbac

 

13. c_bbb_ _ abbbb_abbb_

A) aabcb

B) abccb

C) abacb

D) bacbb

 

14. b_abbc_bbca_bcabb_ab

A) acaa

B) acba

C) cabc

D) cacc

 

15. ac_cab_baca_aba_acac

A) aacb

B) acbc

C) babb

D) bcbb

 

16. _acca_ccca_acccc_aa

A) acca

B) caaa

C) ccaa

D) caac

 

17. _bc_ _bb_aabc

A) acac

B) babc

C) abab

D) aacc

 

18. ba_b_aab_a_b

A) abaa

B) abba

C) baab

D) babb

 

19. aa_cb_cdcc_adda_a_bc

A) bbbdd

B) bbdba

C) bcbda

D) ddbbb

 

20. aa_c_bcac_abaa_cb_ca

A) bbcbb

B) bbccc

C) abacb

D) aacbb

 

Solution :- 

1. (A) abab/abab/abab

2. (C) aba/aba/aba/aba

3. (C) abb/aab/abb/aab

4. (D) bab/abb/bab/abb

5. (A) aaaaba/aaaaba

6. (B) aabbcc/aabbcc/aabbcc

7. (B) ab/aaabbb/aaaabbbb

8. (A) bccb/bccb/bccb

9. (A) abba/baab/abba/baab

10. (C) abc/aabc/aabbc/aabbcc

11. (C) bbccaa/ccaabb/aabbcc

12. (D) abc/aabc/aabbc/aabbcc

13. (B) cabbbb/cabbbb/cabbbb

14. (C)  bcab/bcab/bcab/bcab/bcab

15. (A) acac/abab/acac/abab/acac

16. (B) ca/ccaa/cccaaa/ccccaaa

17. (A) abc/cab/bca/abc

18. (B) baab/baab/baab

19. (B) aabc/bbcd/ccda/ddab/aabc

20. (A) aabc/bbca/ccab/aabc/bbca

Certain Based Equation :- SSC Reasoning

Direction :- Some equations are solved on the basis of a certain system. On the same basis find out the correct answer from among the from among the four alternatives for the unsolved equation in each question.

1. A = 8(64)128

   B = 10(100)200

   C = 12 (144) 288

   D = 13 (?) ?

A) 169, 338

B) 169, 335

C) 196, 338

D) 196, 335

2. 50 – 62 = 40, 61 – 71 = 56, 92 – 50 = 55, 10 – 40 = ?

A) 9

B) 34

C) 4

D) 24

3. 13 + 15 + 16 = 764, 17 + 52 + 43 = 778, 34 + 63 + 16 = 797, 52 + 54 + 63 = ?

A) 797

B) 997

C) 799

D) 979

4. 5 (16) 4

   8 (14) 2

   10 (45) 5

    9  (?) 5

A) 40

B) 42

C) 35

D) 50

5. 7*4*5=33

   8*9*2=74

   5*6*5=35

   8*7*4=?

A) 50

B) 65

C) 55

D) 60

6. X = 8 (520) 512

   Y = 12 (1740) 1728

   Z = 9 (?) ?

A) 729, 738

B) 739, 748

C) 738, 729

D) 748, 739

7. 24 * 65 = 157, 54 * 34 = 130, 75 * 85 =  ?,

A) 343

B) 313

C) 212

D) 121

8. 25 * 2 = 3

   36 * 7 = -1

   64 * 4 = 4

   9 * 3 = ?

A) 2

B) 5

C) 6

D) 0

9. 5 * 7 * 3 = 735

   7 * 6 * 4 = 647

   7 * 5 * 3 = 537

   9 * 4 * 6 = ?

A) 649

B) 946

C) 469

D) None of these

10. 27 * 64 * 125 = 12

     1 * 8 * 27 = 6

     1000 * 343 * 216 = ?

A) 23

B) 32

C) 22

D) 24

 

Solution :-

 

 

 

quiz 3

Quiz 3

 

  1. The angles of elevation of an aeroplane flying vertically above the ground, as observed from the two consecutive stones, 1 km apart are 45° and 60°. If the aeroplane is not flying between these points, the height of the aeroplane from the ground is-
  1. 3+1 km
  2. 3+3

 

    (C)1/23+1 km

    (D)1/23+3 km

 

  1. If3x+3z=3y , then (x + z – y)3 is-
  1. 1
  2. 0

     (C) -27 xyz

      (D) None of these

  1. If an interior of a regular polygon is 165°, then the number of sides of the polygon is
  1. 36
  2. 20

     (C) 18

     (D) 24

 

  1. If PA and PB are tangents to the circle with centre O such that APB = 60°, Then ANGEL APB=60°, angle OAB =?
  1. 25°
  2. 30°

    (C) 40°

     (D) 50°

 

  1. Starting with 16000 workers, the company increases the number of workers by 10%,

20% and 5% at the end of first, second and third year respectively. The number of workers in the fourth year was 16000

  1. 20376
  2. 22176

   (C) 22100

    (D) 23616

 

  1. If sinx – cosx =1, where ‘x’ is an angle, the value of tanx + cotx is
  1. 0
  2. 1

    (c) infinite

     (D) 2

 

Direction (7 – 10)Study the following bar graph carefully and answer the questions.

 

years State university Central university
1991 12000 15000
1992 21000 18000
1993 18000 21000

 

  1. In 1992, how many more students were enrolled at State University than at Central

University?

  1. 2505 students
  2. 2650 students

     (C) 3000 students

     (D) 2980 students

 

  1. Total enrolments in both State University and Central University during the year 1991, 1992 and 1993 is-
  1. 120000
  2. 99000

     (C) 105000

     (D) 11400

 

  1. Ratio of the total enrolments in the year 1991 and 1993 at the State University and Central University is
  1. 4 : 5
  2. 2 : 3

    (C) 6 : 5

    (D) 5 : 6

 

  1. The tuition fee at State University in the year 1993 was ` 7000/per enrolment. What was the total revenue collected from the tuition fee at State University during that year?
  1. Rs 120,000,000
  2. Rs 126,000,000

     (C) Rs 114,000,000

     (D) Rs 112,000,000

 

ANS KEY

 

1. D 2. C 3. D 4. B 5. B
6. C 7. C 8. C 9. D 10. B

solution

 

  1. (d) 3– 1 = 1 km

       S0 , 3 ——=  1/23+3 km (ans)

 

2.(c) 3x+3z=3y

      (x + z – y)3= (33-xyz)3

                         = -27xyz  (ans)

 

  1. (d) ATQ,

        Interior angle = 165°

        Exterior angle = 180° – 165° = 15°

        Number of sides = 360/15 = 24 (ans)

       

  1. (b) angle APB = 60 degree

          Angle AOB = 180 – 60 = 120

     Angle OAB + Angle OBA + Angle AOB = 180

 2*angle OAB = 180 – 102 = 60

   Angle OAB = 30 (ANS)

 

  1. (B) ATQ,

       Total no. of workers = 16000 × 105/ 100 × 110 /100 × 120 /100 = 22176 (ans)

 

  1. (c)

    Sin x – cos x = 1

     x = 90°

     tanx + cotx = infinity + 0 = infinity (ans)

 

7..(C)ATQ,

    Required no. of Students = 21000 – 18000 = 3000 (ans)

 

8.. (C) ATQ,

Required no. of Students

= 27000 + 39000 + 39000 = 105,000 (ans)

 

9.. (D) ATQ,

Required Ratio = (12 + 18) : (15 +21)

= 30 : 36

= 5 : 6 (ans)

 

10.. (B) ATQ,

Total Revenue = 7000 × 18000

= Rs 126,000,000 (ans)

QUIZ 2 math

QUIZ 2

 

  1. One tap can fill a water tank in 40 mins and another tap can make the filled tank empty in 60 mins. If both the taps are open together, already half filled tank would be full in-
  1. 60 min
  2. 75 min

    (C) 125 min

     (D) 120 min

 

  1. Three solid spheres have their radii 3cm, 4cm and 5cm. The spheres are melted to

form a solid sphere of bigger radius. Then the radius of the new sphere is-

  1. 3 cm
  2. 5 cm

    (C) 6 cm

    (D) 8 cm

 

  1. Two shopkeepers announce the same price of rs 1000 for a sewing machine. The first offers successive discounts of 20% and 10 % while the second offers successive discounts of 15% and 15 %. The difference in their selling price is-
  1. Rs  2.5
  2. rs 20

    (C) rs  22

    (D) rs 36

 

  1. The amount of extension in a spring is proportional to the weight hung on it. If the weight of 10 kgs produces an extension of 0.6 cm, what weight would produce an extension of 6 cm?
  1. 50 kgs
  2. 100 kgs

    (C) 80 kgs

    (D) 120 kgs

 

  1. 16 copies of a book were sold for Rs 2400 thereby gaining cost price of 4 copies. The cost price of a copy of the book is-
  1. Rs 120
  2. rs150

     (C) rs 1200

     (D) rs 1500

 

  1. In a marriage party, 45 % are women, 43 % are men and there are 156 children. How

many men are there in the marriage party?

  1. 756
  2. 448

     (C) 559

     (D) 324

 

  1. A train is running at a speed of 112 kms/ hr. The distance covered by the train in

meters in 36 secs is-

  1. 280
  2. 1120

     (C) 1080 m

     (D) 1180

 

  1. If a + b = 5, then the value of (a – 3)7 + (b – 2)7 is-
  1. 27
  2. 37

     (C) 1

     (D) 0

 

  1. If x2 – 3x + 1 = 0, then the value of x4+1/x4 is-
  1. 51
  2. 49

     (C) 47

     (D) 50

 

  1. The length of a median of an equilateral triangle is 163 cms. Then the area of the triangle is-
  1. 256 cm²
  2. 2563cm²

     (C) 5123 cm²

     (D) 768 cm²

 

  1. O is the circumcentre of a triangle ABC. The point A and the chord BC are on the opposite side of O. If BOC = 130°. Then angle BAC is-
  1. 65°
  2. 60°

     (C) 70°

     (D) 75°

 

  1. In an acute – angled triangle ABC if cos (B + C – A) = 32 and sin(C + A – B) = 1, then C is-
  1. 45°
  2. 75°

    (C) 60°

    (D) 72.5°

 

13.If P2+ 1P3 = 1 (P > 0), then the value of P3+ 1P3 is-

  1. 1
  2. 2

    (C)  3

     (D) 0

 

  1. The average salary of all workers in a workshop is RS 14000. The average salary of

7 technicians is Rs 18000 and the average salary of the rest is Rs10000. The total number of workers in the workshop is

  1. 12
  2. 13

    (C) 14

    (D) 15

 

  1. If 3a = 4b = 6c and a + b + c = 2729 , then a2+b2+c2 is equal to
  1. 87
  2. 3 29

     (C) 82

     (D) 83

 

ANS KEY

 

  1. A
2. C 3. A 4. B 5. A
6. C 7. B 8. D 9. C 10. B
11. A 12. C 13. D 14. C 15. A

 

Solutions

 

  1. (A) LCM OF 40 and 60 = 120 liter total capacity of tank

                        In one min tank fill = 3-2 = 1 liter

            Total time to fill the half tank = 60/1 = 60 min (ans)

 

  1. (c) total volume of small spheres = 4/3 * 22/7 (27+64+125)/3=22/7*288 = volume of           

           big spheres

          R3= 216

          R = 6 (ans)

       

  1. (A)  first successive discount = (20 + 10 – 20*10/100) % = 28 %

          Second successive discount = (15 + 15 – 15*15/100) % = 27.25%

            Difference in discount = .25%

            Selling price  difference = 1000* .25/100 = 2.5 (ans)

 

  1. (B)   .6 ———–10 KG

            6———–100 kg  (ans)

 

  1. (a)    Let C.P. of one book = Rs 100

         C.P. of 16 Book = 1600

          Profit =  Rs 400

          S.P.  1600 + 400 =  Rs 2000

           C.P. of 1 Book =  Rs120 (ans)

       

6 . (c) men                     women                children

          43%                     45%                      12%

          ?                                                           156

 

         12% —————-156

          43%—————42*13 = 559     (ans)

 

  1. (b) 112*5/18*36 = 1120 (ans)        

  

  1. (d)   a + b = 5

          B = 5 – a

        Put this in equation

       (a-3)7 + (5-a-2)7= (a-3)7 – (a -3)7 = 0 (ans)

 

  1. (c) x2– 3x +1 = 0

        Divide by x

        X – 3 + 1/x = 0

       X + 1/x = 3

       x^2 + 1/x^2 = 3^2 – 2 = 7

       x^4 + 1/x^4 = 7^2 – 2 = 49 – 2 = 47 (ans)

 

  1. (b) area of equilateral triangle = (163)2/3 = 2563(ans)

 

  1. (a) angle BOC = 130 degree ( o is the center of circle )

          Angle make by a chord on center is double, angle make on circumference by the same chord .

 

Angle BOC = half of angle BAC

                   = 130/2 = 65 degree (ans)

 

  1. (c) cos (B + C – A) = 32

 

B + C – A = 30° …(i)

 

sin (C + A – B) = 1

 

(C + A – B) = 90° …(ii)

 

Adding equ. (i) and (ii),

 

2C = 120o

 

C = 600 (ans)

 

  1. (c) P2+ 1P3 = 1

     Square root on both sides

P + 1/p = 3

cube on both sides

 

P3+ 1P3 = 33 –  33 = 0 (ans)

 

  1. (c) let total employ be x.

          14000*x = 7*18000 + (x-7)*10000

             14000x = 126000 + 10000x – 70000

                      X = 56000/4000 = 14 (ans)

 

  1. (a) 3a = 4b = 6c

        a : b : c

        4 : 3 : 2

       a + b + c = 2729 (Given)

     X = 329

   a2+b2+c2 = 87 (ans)

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION FOR SSC CGL

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION FOR SSC CGL

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION FOR SSC CGL-

1. Words written on tomb –

  1. Pedant
  2. Epitaph
  3. Waybill
  4. Succulent      

 

2. Cure for all –

  1. Panacea
  2. Anecdote
  3. Usurer
  4. Parvenu                         

 

3. Partners in crime –

  1. Conspirator
  2. Traitor                          
  3. Accomplice
  4. Henchman

 

4. Related to cows –

  1. Bovine
  2. Brine                          
  3. Shrine
  4. Twine

 

5. Platform for a speaker –

  1. Tribune
  2. Podium
  3. Rostrum
  4. Pulpit                             

 

6. Killing of a whole group/ race of people –

  1. Genocide
  2. Homicide                                          
  3. Patricide
  4. Phenoxide  

 

7. Live in relationship –

  1. Impunity
  2. Pensive
  3. Leer
  4. Concubinage                      

 

8. The worshiping of images –

  1. Idolatry
  2. Hutch
  3. Recant
  4. Inheritance                      

 

9. The one who admires oneself –

  1. Nepotism
  2. Narcissism
  3. Fenguism                                        
  4. Revenguism

 

10. Study of birds –

  1. Anthropology
  2. Zoology
  3. Sociology
  4. Ornithology                               

 

ANSWERS

  1. (2)
    1. Pedant – a person who is excessively concerned with minor details and rules or with displaying academic learning.
    2. Epitaph – a phrase or form of words written in memory of a person who has died
    3. Waybill -a list of passengers or goods being carried on a vehicle.
    4. Succulent – (of food) tender, juicy, and tasty.     

     

  2. (1)
    1. Panacea – cure for all disease 
    2. Anecdote – a short amusing or interesting story about a real incident or person.
    3. Usurer – a person who lends money at unreasonably high rates of interest.
    4. Parvenu  – a person of humble origin who has gained wealth, influence, or celebrity.                       

     

  3. (3) 
    1. Conspirator -a person who takes part in a conspiracy.
    2. Traitor – a person who betrays someone or something, such as a friend.                          
    3. Accomplice – a person who helps another commit a crime.
    4. Henchman – a faithful follower or political supporter

     

  4. (1) 
    1. Bovine – relating to or affecting cattle.
    2. Brine – water strongly impregnated with salt.                          
    3. Shrine – a place regarded as holy because of its associations with a divinity or a sacred person or relic
    4. Twine – strong thread or string consisting of two or more strands of hemp or cotton twisted together.

     

  5. (2)   
    1. Tribune – an official in ancient Rome chosen by the plebeians to protect their interests.
    2. Podium – a small platform on which a person may stand to be seen by an audience, as when making a speech or conducting an orchestra.
    3. Rostrum – a raised platform on which a person stands to make a public speech, receive an award or medal, play music, or conduct an orchestra.
    4. Pulpit – a raised enclosed platform in a church or chapel from which the preacher delivers a sermon.                            

     

          

  6. (1)         
    1. Genocide – the deliberate killing of a large group of people
    2. Homicide – the killing of one person by another.                                         
    3. Patricide – the killing of one’s father.
    4. Phenoxide  – chemical 

     

  7. (4)                 
    1. Impunity – exemption from punishment or freedom from the injurious consequences of an action.
    2. Pensive – engaged in, involving, or reflecting deep or serious thought.
    3. Leer – look or gaze in a lascivious or unpleasant way.
    4. Concubinage – the practice of keeping a concubine, or the state of being a concubine.                     

     

  8. (1)                         
  9. (2)             
    1. Nepotism – the practice among those with power or influence of favouring relatives or friends, especially by giving them jobs.
    2. Narcissism – excessive interest in or admiration of oneself and one’s physical appearance.
    3. Fenguism                                        
    4. Revenguism

     

  10. (4)                           Anthropology – study of evolution of humans 
  11. Zoology  – the scientific study of the behaviour, structure, physiology, classification, and distribution of animals.
  12. Sociology – the study of the development, structure, and functioning of human society.
  13. Ornithology  – study of birds        

Blood Relation: – Bank & SSC Reasoning

Blood Relation: – Bank & SSC Reasoning

1.  A is the sister of B. B is married to D. B and D have a daughter G. How G is related to A?

A) Sister

B) Daughter

C) Niece

D) Cousin

2. Radha is Kunal’s sister. Mamta is Kunal’s mother. Ram is Mamta’s father. Swati is Ram’s mother. How is Radha related to Swati?

A) Daughter-in-law

B) Daughter

C) Grand Daughter

D) Great Grand Daughter

3. M is the son of P. Q is the granddaughter of O, who is the husband of P. How is M related to O?

A) Son

B) Daughter

C) Mother

D) Father

4. Introducing Sita, Draupadi said, “ She is the only daughter of my father’s only daughter.” How is Draupadi related to Sita?

A) Aunt

B) Niece

C) Cousin

D) Mother

5. Ram said, “This girl is the wife of the grandson of my mother.” How is Ram related to that girl?

A) Grandfather

B) Husband

C) Father

D) Father-in-law

6. Pointing towards a boy Luxmy Said “He is the son of the only son of my grandfather.” How is that boy related to Luxmy?

A) Cousin

B) Brother

C) Uncle

D) Brother-in-law

7. A and B are a married couple. X and Y are brothers. X is the brother of A. How is Y related to B?

A) Brother-in-law

B) Brother

C) Son-in-law

D) Cousin

8. Ram is the son of Monika. Luxman is the brother of Monika. Moni is the daughter of Radhika. Moni is the sister of Luxman. How is Ram related to Radhika?

A) Son

B) Grandson

C) Grandfather

D) Granddaughter

9. X and Y are brothers. R is the father of Y. T is the sister of S, who is maternal uncle of X. How is T related to R?

A) Mother

B) Wife

C) Sister

D) Brother

10. P and Q are sisters. R and S are brothers. P’s daughter is R’s sister. What is Q’s relation to S?

A) Mother

B) Grandmother

C) Sister

D) Aunt

 

Solution:-

 

CLOZE TEST FOR SSC CGL

CLOZE TEST FOR SSC CGL

CLOZE TEST FOR SSC CGL

 

Directions (71-80) : In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case-   

 

The (71) between Indian and Chinese troops in the Sikkim section of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between the two countries has led to a (72) of the Kailash Mansarovar yatra via the new Nathu La route. The incident first (73) when Chinese troops (74) into Indian territory and razed two Indian army bunkers near the Lalten post. Subsequently, a flag meeting was (75) on June 20 where the Chinese side informed that they wouldn’t allow Indian pilgrims to cross over for the yatra through Nathu La.Beijing now says its actions were in (76) to Indian troops crossing over into Chinese territory. It will be (77) that the Nathu La route for the Mansarovar yatra was inaugurated in 2015, making the annual pilgrimage shorter and more (78). Apparently in recognition of the new BJP-led government in New Delhi, the new yatra route was projected as Beijing being (79) to Hindu religious sentiments. Today, Beijing seems to be using the same principle to put (80) on New Delhi by blocking the pilgrimage via Nathu La.

 

71) a) toss up b) horse race c) stand off d) deadlock                        

72) a) recession b) remission c) doldrum d) suspension 

73) a) flared b) boosted c) blazed d) surged   

74) a) interceded b) fiddled c) bothered d)  intruded                

75) a) massed b) dissolved c) summoned d) convened       

76) a) retaliation b) castigation c) nemesis d) penalty 

77) a) remembered b) reminded c) recalled d) flashbacked 

78) a) genial b) easeful c) restful d) comfortable 

79) a) sensitive b) dormant c) reluctant d) ignoring

80) a) pressure  b) force c) impression d) compression  

 

ANSWERS

71. C

72. D

73. A

74. D

75. D

76. A

77. C

78. D

79. A

80. A