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• A silver cuboid of dimensions 5.5 cms × 5 cm × 4.2 cms is melted to form circular coins

A silver cuboid of dimensions 5 cms × 5 cm × 4.2 cms is melted to form circular coins of diameter …

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• Find the number in the place marked (?).

The number in the figures in Questions 1, 2 follow a pattern. Find the number in the place marked (?). …

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• Find the number in the place marked (?) in Questions 1, 2 and 3

The numbers in the following figures follow a pattern. Using this information, find the number in the place marked (?) …

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• A rectangular field has its breadth and length in the ratio 4 : 5.

A rectangular field has its breadth and length in the ratio 4 : 5. If the breadth of the field …

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• A person facing East moves 30 m towards East and then moves a distance of 40 m

A person facing East moves 30 m towards East and then moves a distance of 40 m towards South and …

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• The distance between the starting point and the last point is (in meters)

A person walks in the given directions as follows (i) 60 m to East ; (ii) then 80 m to …

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• A person walks 250 m towards East, then walks 50 m towards North

A person walks 250 m towards East, then walks 50 m towards North, then walks 300 m towards The distance …

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• Find the next term in the sequence 589654237, 89654237, 8965423, 965423, ?

96542 65423 96543 65234

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• Find the missing number in the sequence 120, 99, 80, 63, 48, ?

35 38 39 40

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• AB is a straight An insect starts from A and moves vertically up through 4 cms

AB is a straight An insect starts from A and moves vertically up through 4 cms and then horizontally towards …

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• A person walks 40 m in the North-East direction and turns 90º to his left and walks 40 m

A person walks 40 m in the North-East direction and turns 90º to his left and walks 40  m . Then, he …

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• A motor car starts with a speed of 70 kmph with its speed increasing for every two hours

A motor car starts with a speed of 70 kmph with its speed increasing for every two hours by 10 …

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• CG : HL : : KO : ___

QV PT RV VT

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• In each of the Questions 1—5, pick the odd number out (does not match).

(1)  282                          (2)   364                    (3)   4168                  (4)   6248 …

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• Fill it by the correct answer from the four given options to complete the sequence

In each of the Questions 1 to 6, a sequence of numbers that follow a definite pattern is given. Each …

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• Fill in the blank space in each question with the correct answer from the four given

In the Questions 1 to 5, the sequence of English alphabets and the corresponding numbers 1 to 26, follow a …

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• code of the word ‘SAINT’ is coded as 82147 and the word ‘MONKEY’ as 364950

In Question no. 1 – 05 In a certain code of the word ‘SAINT’ is coded as 82147 and the …

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• Five girls are sitting on a bench for a Seema is to the left of Rani and to the right of Bindu

Five girls are sitting on a bench for a Seema is to the left of Rani and to the right …

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• Two metallic cones of heights 1 cm and 4.3 cm and each radius of base radius

Two metallic  cones  of  heights  4.1  cm  and  4.3  cm  and  each  radius  of  base  radius  as 2.1 cm are melted …

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