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CAT 1997 | Question: 93
Read the passages given below carefully and answer the questions that follow: Water plays a versatile role in the functioning of the biosphere. The water cycle has two distinct branches - the atmospheric branch and the terrestrial branch. In ... trapping the silt coming from in hills Store water for power generation Store water for irrigation Store water for navigation
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NIELIT 2022 Feb Scientist D - Section D: 16
A positive number when decreased by $4$ is equal to $21$ times the reciprocal of the number. The number(s) is/are : $3$ $7$ $3$ and $-7$ $-3$ and $7$
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CAT 2000 | Question: 146
Answer the following question based on the information given below. FEI for a country in a year, is the ratio (expressed as a percentage) of its foreign equity inflows to its GDP. The following figure displays the FEIs for select Asian countries for the ... The country with the largest change in FEI in $1998$ relative to its FEI in $1997$, is India China Malaysia Thailand
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CAT 1997 | Question: 116
$P$ and $Q$ are two integers such that $P \times Q = 64$. Which of the following cannot be the value of $P+Q$? $20$ $65$ $16$ $35$
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CAT 1995 | Question: 66
Refer to the following data: le(x, y) = Least of(x, y) mo(x) = |x| me(x, y) = maximum of(x, y) For what values of a is $me(a^{2} – 3a, a – 3) < 0$? $a >3$ $0 < a < 3$ $a < 0$ $a =3$
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CAT 1995 | Question: 64
Refer to the following data: le(x, y) = Least of(x, y) mo(x) = |x| me(x, y) = maximum of(x, y) Find the value of me(a + mo(le(a, b)); mo(a + me(mo(a), mo(b)), at $a = -2$ and $b = - 3$. $1$ $0$ $5$ $3$
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CAT 1995 | Question: 67
Refer to the following data: le(x, y) = Least of(x, y) mo(x) = |x| me(x, y) = maximum of (x, y) For what values of $a$ is $le(a^{2} – 3a, a – 3) < 0$? $a>3$ $0<a<3$ $a < 0$ Both $B$ and $C$
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CAT 2014 | Question: 12
Directions for Questions: Answer the following questions based on the statements given below: Following questions are about $6$ project reports of different heights from $6$ different students and of $6$ different colors displayed on a cupboard. There are ... but shorter than Sandesh and Qadar. What is the colour of the tallest Project Report? Red Blue Green none of these
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A watch which gains $5$ seconds in $3$ minutes was set right at $7$ a.m. In the afternoon of the same day, when the watch indicated quarter past $4$ o'clock, the true time is: $59 \frac{7}{12}\;\text{min. past 3}$ $4 \;\text{p.m.}$ $58 \frac{7}{11}\;\text{min. past 3}$ ... past 4 o'clock, the true time is: A. 59 7 min. past 3 12 B. 4 p.m. C. 58 7 min. past 3 11 D. 2 3 min. past 4 11
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CAT 2001 | Question: 31
Fresh grapes contain $90\%$ water by weight while dry grapes contain $20\%$ water by weight. What is the weight of dry grapes available from $20$ kg of fresh grapes? $2$ kg $2.4$ kg $2.5$ kg None of these
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NIELIT 2016 DEC Scientist B - Section A: 12
Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below : $P,Q,R,S,T$ and $U$ six members of a family, each of them engaged in a different profession Doctor, Lawyer, Teacher, Engineer, Nurse and ... is the Manager. Which of the following combinations is correct ? Lawyer- Tuesday Nurse- Friday Manager- Friday Engineer-Thursday
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NIELIT 2016 DEC Scientist B - Section A: 14
Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below : $P,Q,R,S,T$ and $U$ six members of a family, each of them engaged in a different profession Doctor, Lawyer, Teacher, Engineer, Nurse and Manager. Each of them remains at home on ... . $Q$ is the Engineer and $T$ is the Manager. Who is the Nurse ? $S$ $R$ $U$ Data inadequate
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NIELIT 2016 DEC Scientist B - Section A: 13
Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below : $P,Q,R,S,T$ and $U$ six members of a family, each of them engaged in a different profession Doctor, Lawyer, Teacher, Engineer, Nurse and Manager. Each of them ... the Manager. Which of the following combinations is not correct? $R$-Teacher $Q$-Engineer $T$- Manager $S$-Lawyer
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CAT 2000 | Question: 121
Persons X, Y, Z and Q live in red, green, yellow or blue coloured houses placed in a sequence on a street. Z lives in a yellow house. The green house is adjacent to the blue house. X does not live adjacent to Z. The yellow house is in between the green and red houses. The colour of the house X lives in is blue green red not possible to determine
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CAT 2000 | Question: 123
Five persons with names P, M, U, T and X live separately in any one of the following: a palace, a hut, a fort, a house or a hotel. Each one likes two different colours from among the following blue, black, red, yellow and green. U likes red and blue. ... not like black or blue. P likes blue and red. M likes yellow. X lives in a hotel. M lives in a hut palace fort house
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CAT 2000 | Question: 108
Convert the number $1982$ from base $10$ to base $12.$ The result is $1182$ $1912$ $1192$ $1292$
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CAT 2001 | Question: 44
In some code, letters, $a, b, c, d$ and $e$ represent numbers $2, 4, 5, 6$ and $10.$ However, we don't know which letter represent which number. Consider the following relationships: $a + c = e$ $b – d = d$ $e + a = b$ $b = 4, d = 2$ $a = 4, e = 6$ $b = 6, e = 2$ $a = 4, c = 6$
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CAT 2001 | Question: 19
In a number system the product of $44$ and $11$ is $1034.$ The number $3111$ of this system, when converted to the decimal number system, becomes $406$ $1086$ $213$ $691$
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CAT 2001 | Question: 40
Based on the figure below, what is the value of $x,$ if $y = 10?$ $0$ $11$ $12$ None of these
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CAT 2001 | Question: 47
The figure below shows the network connecting cities A, B, C, D, E and F. The arrows indicate permissible direction of travel. What is the number of distinct paths from A to F? $9$ $10$ $11$ None of these
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CAT 2001 | Question: 15
$m$ is the smallest positive integer such that for any integer $n > m,$ the quantity $n^3 – 7n^2 + 11n – 5$ is positive. What is the value of $m?$ $4$ $5$ $8$ None of these
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1 3 10 36 152 760 4632 (1) 3 (2) 36 (3) 4632 (4) 760 (5) 152
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990 981 997 972 1008 ? (a) 110 (b) 1020 (c) 900 (d) 959 (e) 725
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10 18 51 200 995 ? (a) 4954 (b) 5964 (c) 5900 (d) 5960 (e) 4964
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0, 6, 24, 60, 120, 210, ? A. 336 B. 349 C. 312 D. 337 E. None of these
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11, 24, 50, 102, 206, ?
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Look at this series: 22, 21, 23, 22, 24, 23, ... What number should come next?
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Look at this series: 7, 10, 8, 11, 9, 12... What number should come next?
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Find out the wrong number in the series: 3, 8, 15, 24,34,48,63.
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Complete the series: 2, 5, 9, 19, 37…
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Find out the wrong one in the series 7, 8,18,57,228,1165,6996.
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Look at this series: F2, __, D8, C16, B32, ... What number should fill the blank?
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1, 9, 25, 49, ?, 121. What will come at the place of question mark ? A.100 B. 91 C. 64 D.81
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CAT 2011 | Question: 9
Let $\text{S}_n$ denote the sum of the squares of the first $n$ odd natural numbers. If $\text{S}_n=533n,$ find the value of $n$. $18$ $20$ $24$ $30$
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CAT 2011 | Question: 51
Given $\text{a}$ and $\text{b = a-b; a}$ and $\text{b}$ but $\text{c=a+c-b; a}$ or $\text{b=b-a; a}$ but not $\text{b= a+b}$; find $1$ or $(2$ but not $(3$ or $(4$ and $5$ but $(6$ but not $(7$ and $(8$ or $9) ) ) ) ) ).$ $9$ $-8$ $-11$ $17$
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CAT 2006 | Question: 53
If $a/b=1/3, b/c=2, c/d=1/2, d/e=3$ and $e/f=1/4$ then what is the value of $abc/def?$ $3/8$ $27/8$ $3/4$ $27/4$ $1/4$
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CAT 2017 Set-2 | Question: 91
If $9^{\left ( x-1/2 \right )}-2^{\left ( 2x-2 \right )}=4^{x}-3^{\left (2x-3 \right )}$, then $x$ is $3/2$ $2/5$ $3/4$ $4/9$
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CAT 2022 Set-3 | Quantitative Aptitude | Question: 14
A group of $\mathrm{N}$ people worked on a project. They finished $35 \%$ of the project by working $7$ hours a day for $10$ days. Thereafter, $10$ people left the group and the remaining people finished the rest of the project in $14$ days by working $10$ hours a day. Then the value of $\mathrm{N}$ is $150$ $36$ $140$ $23$
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CAT 2002 | Question: 78
A thief was stealing diamonds from a jewellery store. On his way out, he encountered three guards, each was given half of the existing diamonds and two, to cover it by the thief. In the end, he was left with one diamond. How many did the thief steal? $40$ $36$ $42$ $38$
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CAT 2003 | Question: 2-138
Answer the question on the basis of following information. In a Decathlon, the events are $\text{100 m, 400 m, 100 m}$ hurdles, $\text{1500 m},$ High jump, Pole vault, Long jump, Discus, Shot put and Javelin. The performance in the first four of these events is ... How much more time did the FRG relay team take as compared to the USA team? $0.18$ $0.28$ $0.78$ $0.00$
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