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A cricketer played 80 innings and scored an average of 99 runs. His score in the last inning was zero run. To have an average of 100 at the end, his score in the last innings should have been
A. 60 runs
B. 80 runs
C. 10 runs
D. 1 run
A man spends an average of Rs. 1,694.70 per month for the first 7 months and Rs.1,810.50 per month for the next 5 months. His monthly salary if he saves Rs. 3,084.60 during the whole year is
A. Rs. 1000
B. Rs. 2000
C. Rs. 2400
D. Rs. 3000
A and B undertake to do a piece of work for Rs. 2,200. A alone can do it in 8 days, while B can do it in 6 days. With the help of C, they complete it in 3 days. Find C’s share.
A. Rs. 150
B. Rs. 275
C. Rs. 245
D. Rs. 175
By selling an umbrella for Rs. 30, a shopkeeper gains 20%. During a clearance sale, the shopkeeper allows a discount of 10% of the marked price. His gain during the sale season is
In a certain month, the total income of Andrew, Bruce and Chloe is $50,000. In that month, Andrew spends 70% of his income, Bruce spends 75% of his income and Chloe spends 80% of her income. The ratio of the amounts spent by Andrew, Bruce and Chloe in that month is 35:90: 64. Find the income of Andrew in the month.
DIRECTIONS for the next 3 questions: Read the sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. if there is ‘No Error” the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation if any.)
DIRECTIONS for the next 2 questions: Fill in the blank with the right options provided.
DIRECTIONS for the question 6-10: Passage
Inspired by the ‘Vision-2020’, we are conscious that we are a continent sized economy. When we begin to hum, the world will hear our song. Rightly, the policy makers have also worked out what they call a “strategic vision” for India. This includes global acceptance of India as a nuclear weapons power and getting a permanent seat in the UN Security Council. We need to project ourselves in the region. A global role has to be built on a regional foundation. No doubt, the road ahead is arduous. Endowed with massive man-power, abundant natural resources, a rich and riveting heritage, our prowess is not confined to any one field. A new study has ranked India second in the world, next only to the US, in terms of distribution of certified professionals in nine major categories, including computer software, finance and health care.
What is the objective of Indian policy makers?
Acceptance of India as a Nuclear Weapons power.
Get a permanent place in the UN Security Council.
To build India as an economic power.
Six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting around a circular table facing towards the centre of the table in a restaurant. They have ordered for different items i.e. samosha, cutlet, French fries, omelette, sandwich and milk-cake. They are wearing T-shirts of different colours, i.e. white, black, green, red, yellow and blue but not necessarily in the same order
The person who have ordered for samosha, French fries and Sandwich are neither in white nor in black T- shirt.
The person who are in green and yellow T-shirts have neither ordered for samosha nor for French fries
P is neither in white T-shirt nor on the immediate left of the person who has ordered for omelette.
The only person who is seated between T and U eats cutlet. The person who is on the left side of the person in white T-shirt does not eat Milk-cake.
S has ordered for omelette and the colour of his T-shirt is green. He is facing the person who has ordered for Cutlet.
One who has ordered for samosha is seated opposite to the person wearing blue T-shirt, while the person whose T-shirt is of green colour is on the left of the person who has ordered for sandwich.
One who has ordered for milk-cake is on the immediate right of the person in white T-shirt but on the immediate left of the person who has ordered for French fries
R has not ordered for french-fries while U has not ordered for samosha
Direction: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
There are six boys P, Q, R, S, T and U. They want to go out with six girls A, B, C, D, E and F, not necessarily in the same order. The pairs went to different cities Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and two of them went to Jaipur. They like different bikes viz KTM, Bullet, Pulsar and Apache. But KTM and Bullet are preferred by two pairs. Further information is as follows:
P and S visit Jaipur but do not like either KTM or Apache
U does not go out with E. Both of them do not like Pulsar.
D and C wants to go to Delhi and Kolkata respectively. The persons visiting Mumbai like the same bike as Q does.
R goes out with F to Mumbai but does not like either Bullet or Apache.
Q goes to Delhi and likes KTM.
T does not go out either with A or B; he does not go to Kolkata; he likes neither Pulsar nor Bullet.
Eight friends P, Q, R, S, T, V, W and Z, out of whom one is a Pilot, Professor, Businessman, Doctor, Lawyer, Banker, Cricketer or an Architect (but not necessarily in the same order), are sitting among a circular table, facing the centre.
S who is a banker sits third to right of Z
The professor and the architect are immediate neighbors of each other, neither the professor the architect is an immediate neighbor of either Z or S.
Cricketer and the pilot are immediate neighbors of each other. Neither Z nor W is a pilot.
The one who is a professor sits second to the right of T who is a lawyer. V who is a cricketer is not an immediate neighbor of the banker.
Only R sits between the professor and the doctor. P sits third to the right of the pilot
Which of the following pairs represents the immediate neighbours of the doctor ?
2) Pilot – professor
3) Cricketer – businessman
4) Lawyer – architect
5) None of these
What is the position of the businessman with respect to the pilot?
1) Third to the left
2) Second to the left
3) Immediately to the right
4) Fourth to the right
5) Second to the right
Which of the following is true regarding R ?
1) He is a doctor
2) He is an immediate neighbour of the pilot
3) R sits between Q and T
4) He is an immediate neighbour of the professor
5) None is true
Integer funn(Integer a, Integer b)
Set c = 2
b = b mod c
a = a mod c
return a + b
End function funn()
[Note- mod finds the remainder after the division of one number by another. For example, the expression “5 mod 2 leaves a quotient of 2 and a remainder of 1.]
Integer a, b, c
Set a = 8, b = 6,c = 4
if(a > b)
a = b
b = a
c = b
b = c
Print a + b + c
[What is the Output of the following pseudocode]
Integer a, b, c
Set a = 1, b = 1, c = 7
a = a + b
if(a + b)
if(b + (c ^ a))
a = 2
b = a
Print a + b + c
[Note- ^ is the bitwise exclusive OR operator that compares each bit of its first operand to the corresponding bit of other bit is 1, the corresponding result bit is set to 1. Otherwise, the corresponding result bit is set to 0.
If(x) gets executed if the value inside ifo, i.e., x is not zero]
Integer p, q, r, s
Set p=1, q = 1
for (each r from 0 to 2 )
for (each s from -4 to -2 )
p = p + 2
if(p > r)
p = 1
if(p > s)
Jump out of the loop
Print p + q
[Note- Continue: When a continue statement is encountered inside a loo of statements inside the body of the loop for the current iteration.
Integer a, b, c, sum
Read a, b, c
Set sum = a + b + c
if ((sum EQUALS 180) and (a NOT EQUALS 0) and (b NOT EQUALS 0) and (c NOT EQUALS 0))
Print ” Success”
What will be the output of the following pseudocode for input a = 30, b = 60, C = 90?
B. None of the mentioned options
C. Error in the logic of the pseudocode
Common Application and MS Office
_____________ are identified by their addresses, we give them names (field names / variable names) using words.
a) Memory variables
b) Memory Locations
c) Memory Addresses
d) Data variables
Networking Security and Cloud
Consider the given steps and choose the option that shows the correct sequence of a metamorphic virus?
A. Analyzing of code by Code Analyzer
B. Conversion of the newly produced mutated assembly code of the virus into the machine
C. Virus finds the location of its code.
D. Transformation of Code
E. Convert the code into assembly instruction binary code