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CAT 2013 | Question: 4
Let $\text{P, Q, S, R, T, U}$ and $\text{V}$ represent the seven distinct digits from $0$ to $6$, not necessarily in that order. If $\text{PQ}$ and $\text{RS}$ are both two-digit numbers adding up to the three-digit number $\text{TUV}$, find the value of $\text{V}$. $3$ $6$ $5$ Cannot be determined
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A train is 250 m long and it runs at a speed of 50km/hr . Then in how much time the train will pass the Power/Electic Pole .
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CAT 2009 | Question: 11
A person closes his account in an investment scheme by withdrawing $\text{Rs.}\; 10,000$. One year ago he had withdrawn $\text{Rs.}\; 6000$. Two years ago he had withdrawn $\text{Rs.}\; 5000$. Three years ago he had not withdrawn any money. How much money had he ... simple interest is $10\%?$ $\text{Rs.}\; 15600$ $\text{Rs.}\; 16500$ $\text{Rs.}\; 17280$ None of these.
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CAT 2001 | Question: 27
If $a, b, c$ and $d$ are four positive real numbers such that $abcd = 1,$ what is the minimum value of $(1 + a)(1 + b)(1 + c)(1 + d)?$ $4$ $1$ $16$ $18$
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CAT 2000 | Question: 73
$\text{A, B, C}$ are three numbers. Let $@ \text{(A, B)} =$ average of $\text{A}$ and $\text{B}$, $/ \text{(A, B)} = $ product of $\text{A}$ and $\text{B}$, and $\text{X(A, B)} = $ the result of dividing $\text{A}$ by $\text{B}$ The sum of $\text{A}$ and $\text{B}$ is given by $/(@\text{(A, B)}, 2)$ $X(@\text{(A, B)}, 2)$ $@(/\text{(A, B)}, 2)$ $@(X\text{(A, B)}, 2)$
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GATE GENERAL APTITUDE | CHAPTER 34: Mixtures and Alligations | Page 302 Example 2|
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Data Interpretation-Tables
Hindustan Unilever's R&D is trying to make various formulations for making a new face wash. It is considering 5 ingredients, A, B, C, D and E which can be used in different proportions in the formulations. The cost per unit of the ... such proportion that the amount of salicylic acid is exactly 3% of the mixture, then the percentage of ceramides in this mixture is?
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CAT 2013 | Question: 24
A television company manufactures two models of televisions-A and B. Each unit of model A requires four hours to manufacture and each unit of model B requires two hours to manufacture. The total time available in a month to manufacture these two models is $1600$ hours. The ... the profit. $200$ model as As and $600$ model Bs $800$ model as As $800$ model Bs None of the above
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Below are 6 rows containing two identical sets of characters, but in one row, one character in the two sets is different. Which row has the difference?
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CAT 2012 | Question: 48
Read the following information carefully and answer the question based on that. Two teams of five each must be selected from a group of ten persons. $\text{A}$ through $\text{J}$ of which $\text{A, E}$ and $\text{G}$ are doctors; $\text{D, H}$ and $\text{J}$ are lawyers; $\text{B}$ ... $\text{J}$ $\text{B, C, H}$ and $\text{J}$ $\text{F, H, I}$ and $\text{G}$
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NIELIT 2019 Feb Scientist D - Section A: 29
Read the following information to answer the given questions. Six lectures $A, B, C, D, E, F$ are to be organised only on one each day from Monday to Sunday in accordance with the following.. $C$ should not be organised on Friday. ... and should not be followed by $F$. On which day will the lecture $D$ will be organised ? Friday Saturday Sunday Thursday
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CAT 2012 | Question: 49
Read the following information carefully and answer the question based on that. Two teams of five each must be selected from a group of ten persons. $\text{A}$ through $\text{J}$ of which $\text{A, E}$ and $\text{G}$ are doctors; $\text{D, H}$ and $\text{J}$ are ... Who among the following cannot be in the same team as $\text{I}?$ $\text{H}$ $\text{J}$ $\text{C}$ $\text{F}$
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CAT 2002 | Question: 54
There are six persons sitting around a round table. Pankaj is sitting left of Dayanand who is facing Kundan. Ranjan is sitting right to Dayanand. Yash is sitting left of Pankaj and Abhishek is sitting right of Ranjan. If Pankaj and Ranjan swap their position and Yash and Abhishek also swap their position, then who will be to left of Abhishek? Kundan Yash Dayanand Pankaj
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Coffee or tea come with dinner inclusive or exclusive
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mixture and alligation self doubt
Some part of a sugar solution which contains 40% sugar is replaced with another sugar solution which contains 19% sugar. Part of sugar in the new mixture became 26% what fraction of the original sugar solution was replaced with another sugar solution?
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NIELIT 2016 DEC Scientist B - Section A: 57
A tradesman marks his goods at such a price that after allowing a discount of $15\%$, he earns a profile of $20\%$. Find the marked price of an article which costs him ₹$850$. ₹$1200$ ₹$1300$ ₹$1250$ ₹$1350$
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NIELIT 2016 DEC Scientist B - Section A: 55
How many one rupee coins, $50$ paise coins and $25$ paise coins of which the numbers are proportional to $4, 5$ and $6$ are together worth ₹$32$? $16, 20, 24$ $12, 16, 20$ $20, 24, 28$ $24, 28, 32$
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CAT 1995 | Question: 126
Whatever philosophy may be, it is in the world and must relate to it. It breaks through the shell of the world in order to move into the infinite. But it turns back in order to find in the finite its always unique historical ... itself. A suitable title for the passage would be: Man and Philosophy Philosophical angst A Defence of Philosophy The Enemies of Philosophy
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English Language
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NIELIT 2016 DEC Scientist B - Section A: 11
The table given here shows production of five types of cars by a company in the year $2010$ to $2015$. Study the table and answer the question. $\textbf{Production of Cars by a Company}$ ... type of cars was $25\%$ of the total production of all types of cars during $2014$? $S$ $R$ $Q$ $P$
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NIELIT 2016 DEC Scientist B - Section A: 7
The following pie-chart shows the percentage distribution of the expenditure incurred in publishing a magazine. Study the pie-chart and answer the question based on it. $\textbf{Various Expenditures (in percentage) Incurred in publishing a Magazine}$ If for a certain ... of royalty to be paid for these magazines ? ₹$19,450$ ₹$21,200$ ₹$22,950$ ₹$26,150$
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CAT 2001 | Question: 120
There are six companies, $1$ through $6.$ All of these companies use six operations, A through F. The following graph shows the distribution of efforts put in by each company in these six operations. Suppose the companies find that they can remove operations B, ... ? Operation E in company $1$ Operation E in company $4$ Operation F in company $5$ Operation E in company $5$
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NIELIT 2019 Feb Scientist D - Section A: 28
Read the following information to answer the given questions. Six lectures $A, B, C, D, E, F$ are to be organised only on one each day from Monday to Sunday in accordance with the following.. $C$ should not be organised on Friday. $A$ ... Wednesday and should not be followed by $F$. How many lectures are organised between $F$ and $D$ ? None One Two Three
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NIELIT 2019 Feb Scientist D - Section A: 27
Read the following information to answer the given questions. Six lectures $A, B, C, D, E, F$ are to be organised only on one each day from Monday to Sunday in accordance with the following $\dots$ $C$ should not be organised on ... Wednesday and should not be followed by $F$. On which day, there is no lecture ? Sunday Friday Monday Cannot be determined
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NIELIT 2022 Feb Scientist D - Section C: 11
The average score of boys in an examination of a school is $71$ and that of girls is $73.$ The average score of the school in that examination is $71.8$. Find the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls that appeared in the examination : $2: 2$ $4: 2$ $3: 2$ $1: 2$
Hira Thakur
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NIELIT 2022 Feb Scientist C - Section E: 13
Attitude is the main predictor of ___________. Observation Behaviour Performance Perception
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NIELIT 2022 Feb Scientist C - Section D: 13
A number is greater than the square of $44$ but smaller than the square of $45.$ If one factor of the number is the square of $6$ and the number is multiple of $5,$ the number is : $1960$ $1980$ $2025$ Cannot be determined
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NIELIT 2022 Feb Scientist C - Section D: 7
Out of three given numbers, the first one is twice the second and three times the third. If the average of these numbers is $88,$ then the difference between the second and third is : $24$ $48$ $72$ $96$
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NIELIT 2022 Feb Scientist C - Section C: 6
The ratio between the ages of Ajay and Vijay at present is $2: 3.$ Ajay is $6$ years younger than Vijay. The ratio of Ajay's age to Vijay's age after $6$ years will be : $2: 3$ $1: 2$ $4: 3$ $3: 4$
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NIELIT 2022 Feb Scientist C - Section D: 23
The average age of a teacher and $25$ students is $17$ years. If the teacher’s age is excluded, the average reduces by $2$ years. The age of the teacher is : $63$ years $65$ years $67$ years $69$ years
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NIELIT 2022 Feb Scientist C - Section A: 5
Answer questions on the basis of following information. Neelu, Pavitra, Sinthia, Pallavi and Madhvi are five friends. Each of them has $6$ balls. Neelu gives three balls to Pallavi, who further gives two balls each to Pavitra and Madhvi. ... to Sinthia and Madhvi gives $4$ balls to Pallavi. Who has the maximum balls with her? Sinthia pallavi Madhvi Pavitra
Hira Thakur
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NIELIT 2022 Feb Scientist C - Section A: 4
Answer questions on the basis of following information. Neelu, Pavitra, Sinthia, Pallavi and Madhvi are five friends. Each of them has $6$ balls. Neelu gives three balls to Pallavi, who further gives two balls each to Pavitra and Madhvi. ... to Sinthia and Madhvi gives $4$ balls to Pallavi. Who has the least number of balls ? Sinthia Madhvi Neelu Pavitra
Hira Thakur
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NIELIT 2022 Feb Scientist C - Section A: 3
Answer questions on the basis of following information. Neelu, Pavitra, Sinthia, Pallavi and Madhvi are five friends. Each of them has $6$ balls. Neelu gives three balls to Pallavi, who further gives two balls each to Pavitra and Madhvi. Sinthia gives $4$ ... Sinthia and Madhvi gives $4$ balls to Pallavi. How many balls are with sinthia ? $9$ $6$ $8$ $7$
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NIELIT 2022 Feb Scientist C - Section A: 2
Answer questions on the basis of following information. Neelu, Pavitra, Sinthia, Pallavi and Madhvi are five friends. Each of them has $6$ balls. Neelu gives three balls to Pallavi, who further gives two balls each to Pavitra and Madhvi. Sinthia gives $4$ balls ... and Madhvi gives $4$ balls to Pallavi. How many balls Pavitra has with her ? $6$ $7$ $8$ $9$
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NIELIT 2022 Feb Scientist C - Section A: 21
Suresh starts walking straight, facing south. After walking $30 \; \text{m}$ he turned to his right walked $25 \; \text{m}$ and turned to his left. Again after walking a distance of $10 \text{m}$ he turned to his left. Which direction is he facing now? East West North-West South-East
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CAT 1998 | Question: 119
Read the following passages and answer the questions based on each. We have moved from the old organised model to today's unorganised one. In the orderly, stable organised world, there was certainty and convention. In the global unorganised ... order to satisfy the customer. Realigning organisational adjectives in order maximise the profit. All of the above except (b)
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NIELIT 2016 MAR Scientist C - Section A: 4
A grocer has a sale of $Rs.6435,Rs.6927,Rs.6855,Rs.7230$ and $Rs.6562$ for $5$ consecutive months. How much sale must he have in the sixth month so that he gets an average sale of $Rs.6500$? $\text{Rs.4991}$ $\text{Rs.5991}$ $\text{Rs.6001}$ $\text{Rs.6991}$
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NIELIT 2016 MAR Scientist D: 5
Find the odd-man out: TQR PLM DAB XUV
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NIELIT 2016 MAR Scientist D: 3
Find the odd-man out: KOM UYW FJH DGF
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NIELIT 2019 Feb Scientist C - Section A: 2
Study the following series Ⅰ and Ⅱ comprising letters/digits/symbols and answer the questions given below. Series I : N P Q * 5 4 B Z \ ... together with the number of letters in Series II which are immediately preceded by a symbol and immediately followed by a letter? $5$ $4$ $1$ $3$
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NIELIT 2019 Feb Scientist C - Section A: 3
Study the following series Ⅰ and Ⅱ comprising letters/digits/symbols and answer the questions given below. $\textbf{Series I :}$ N P Q * 5 4 B Z \$ # 3 7 D 9 A ? F 8 G H 1 + D K 6 $ ... elements will indicate $16$- th element from the left and the $8$^th element to its left respectively? $A,Q$ $3,Q$ $3,Z$ $A,Z$
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