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2014 Q Explanation neededA question paper must have a question on

one of the eight poets: A, B, C, D, E, F, G

or H. The first four belong to the medieval

period while the rest are considered modern

poets. Generally, modern poets figure in the

question paper in alternate years. Generally

those who like H like G also; and those who

like F like E also. The paper-setter does not

like to ask about F as he has written a book

on F, but he likes F. Last year, the paper

contained a question on A. On the basis of

the information given, this year’ s paper is

most likely to contain a question on

(a) C

(b) E

(c) F

(d) H

2014 QAnyshortcut methodfor such QsA bell rings every 18 minutes. A second

bell rings every 24 minutes. A third bell

rings every 32 minutes. If all the three bells

ring at the same time at 8 o’ clock in the

morning, at what other time will they all

ring together?

(a) 12 : 40 hrs

(b) 12 : 48 hrs

(c) 12 : 56 hrs

(d) 13 : 04 hrs

Using LCM method. LCM of 18,24,32 = 288.

Divide 288 min by 60= so 4hrs and 48 min

A question paper must have a question on

one of the eight poets: A, B, C, D, E, F, G

or H. The

first four belong to the medievalperiod while the rest are considered modern

poets. Generally,

modern poets figure in the. Generallyquestion paper in alternate years

those who like H like G also; and

those who. Thelike F like E also

paper-setterdoes notlike to ask about F as he has written a book

on F, but he

likes F.Last year, the paperOn the basis ofcontained a question on A.

the information given, this year’ s paper is

most likely to contain a question on

Following conclusions can be drawn:

1.

modern poets figure in the question paper in alternate years

andLast year, the paper contained a question on A => This year question will have a modern poet (We know that A=medieval)2.

those who like F like E also

andpaper-setter does not like to ask about F as he has written a book on F, but he likes F => paper-setter likes ETherefore, a question on E is most likely.

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CL Test 01:1. If 1st March 2014 is Monday, then in which of the following years will the 1st of March be Sunday?

a. 2020

b. 2018

c. 2019

d. 2017

2. At what time after 3:20 p.m. will the hour and minute hands of a clock make an angle of 75°?

a. 3:22 p.m.

b. 3:24 p.m.

c. 3:28 p.m.

d. 3:30 p.m.

3. A milkman bought 10 L of milk and added 5 L of water to it. If the price of 1 L of the mixture is Rs. 15 and that of water is Rs. 5, then find the price of 1 liter of milk.

a. Rs. 10

b. Rs. 15

c. Rs. 20

d. Data Insufficient

Thanks!

1. If 1st March 2014 is Monday, then in which of the following years will the 1st of March be Sunday?

a. 2020

b. 2018

c. 2019d. 2017

Sol.

1st March 2014 is Monday

1st March 2015 will be Tuesday

1st March 2016 will be Thursday (2016 is divisible by 4 => hence a leap year)

1st March 2017 will be Friday

1st March 2018 will be Saturday

1st March 2019 should be Sunday

2. At what time after 3:20 p.m. will the hour and minute hands of a clock make an angle of 75°?

a. 3:22 p.m.

b. 3:24 p.m.

c. 3:28 p.m.

d. 3:30 p.m.Sol.

60 minutes = 360 deg

5 min = 30 deg (360/12)

1 min = 6 deg

use these^

If you still have any doubt let me know.

3. A milkman bought 10 L of milk and added 5 L of water to it. If the price of 1 L of the mixture is Rs. 15 and that of water is Rs. 5, then find the price of 1 liter of milk.

a. Rs. 10

b. Rs. 15

c. Rs. 20d. Data Insufficient

Sol.

Total Mixture = 15 L (10L milk + 5L water)

If, 1L of this Mixture coasts Rs. 15

then, 15L Mixture = 15*15 = Rs. 225

If 1 L of water= Rs. 5

=> 5 L water costs = 5*5 =Rs 25

Now, find cost of 10 L milk,

10L milk = cost of mixture - cost of water

=> Rs 225 - Rs 25 = Rs 200

But ques asks cost of 1 L milk

If cost of 10L milk = Rs 200

then cost of 1L milk = 200/10 = Rs 20

@Myrtle

2014 QIf Sohan, while selling two goats at the same

price, makes a profit of 10% on one goat

and suffers a loss of 10% on the other.

(a) he makes no profit and no loss.

(b) he makes a profit of 1%.

(c) he suffers a loss of 1%.

(d) he suffers a loss of 2%

For hour hand-

60 minutes = 30 deg

1 min = 1/2 deg; this means for every 1 min hour hand travels 1/2 deg

therefore, 3:30 p.m. => for 30 min = 15 deg is swapped by the hour hand

hence, angle between the hour hand and '4' will be 30 deg - 15 deg = 15 deg.

θ = 30H - 11M/2

In Q.44, the answer given is (a). But I found (d) as the most suitable option. Option 4 has to be inferred, and not directly mentioned in the passage.

Also, in Q.45, answer given is (c), whereas I found (b) as the appropriate answer.

Q1.4,5,14,51,280,1125,6786,?1. 5

2. 14

3. 51

4. 280

5. 1125

Q2.7,3.5,5,9,20,52.5,160.5,?1. 3.5

2. 5

3. 9

4. 22

5. 57.5

Q3.1600,788,384,184,86,37,17.5,?1. 788

2. 384

3. 184

4. 86

5. 37

The loss incurred = [x/10]^2 %

In this question, x = 10

(a)as 10SP1= 9 CP1Sorry for the inconvenience.

Whats your take ???

During Population inversion in three state laser:

1) Metastable state is most populated

2) Ground state is most populated

3) Both Metastable and ground state are equally populated

4) None of the above

How should one approach to comprehension during exam, i.e. to take passages first or to take apptitude first?