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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 5) : Each of the questions below consists of a question and two or three statements given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the  statements are sufficient to answer the questions.

How is B related to Y ?
(A) X and Y are brothers. B is the brother of A and A is the mother of X.
(B) A is the brother of B and father of X, who is the brother of Y.
(C) B is the brother of A and father of X. X is the brother of Y.

A.    Any one of the three is sufficient B.    Either (A) or (B) is sufficient
C.    All the three are necessary D.    None of these
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2 .

Which code represents TogicVin the given code language ?
(A) In the code language, 'Yahi hai asalT means 'English Is Easy' and 'Kiya tik ha? means 'Arithmetic Is Tough'.
(B) In the code language, 'nahi piya tha' means 'Reasoning Needs Logic' and 'piyazaakiyd' means 'Arithmetic Needs Practice'.
(C) In the code language, 'Karhi tahi yahi' means 'Newsreading English Paper' and 'tha tik karhC means 'Tough Reasoning Paper'.

A.    Only (B) alone is sufficient B.    Only (A) and (B) together are sufficient
C.    Only (B) and (C) together are sufficient D.    All (A), (B) and (C) together are necessary
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3 .

Find the rates at which Ravi walks, drives and rides. It is given there are three towns A, B and C and Ravi travels the distances between A and C via B and returns to A by three different modes of travelling. It is also given that to walk a km, ride a km and drive a km he takes altogether half an hour.
(A) By walking from A to B, driving from B to C and riding from C to A, Ravi completes the journey in 151⁄2hours.
(B) By driving from Ato B, riding from B to C and walking from C to A, Ravi can complete the journey in 12 hours.
(C) On foot Ravi can complete the journey in 22 hours, on horse back in 8% hours and by driving in 11 hours.

A.    Any two of them are sufficient B.    (A), (B) and (C) even together are not sufficient
C.    (A), (B) and (C) together are necessary D.    Either (C) or (A) and (B) together are sufficient
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4 .

Two trains X and Y are moving in the opposite directions on parallel tracks. What time will the two trains require to cross each other completely ?
(A) The ratio of the speeds of the trains is 3:4.
(B) The speeds of the trains X and Y are 120 km/hr and 160 km/hr respectively.
(C) The first train crosses a telegraph pole in 3 seconds while the second train crosses the telegraph pole in 6 seconds.

A.    All (A), (B) and (C) together are necessary B.    All (A), (B) and (C) even together are not sufficient
C.    Only (B) and (C) are sufficient D.    Only (C) and either (A) or (B) are sufficient
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5 .

What is the annual income of Sudhanshu ?
(A) Sudhanshu earns Rs 1 lakh more than Amrendra in a year.
(B) The ratio of the annual income of Amrendra to that of Sanjeevis 1:3.
(C) Sanjeev's annual income is Rs 2 lakh more than Amrendra's.

A.    Only A and B are required B.    Only B and C are required
C.    All A, B and C together are required D.    All A, B and C even together are not sufficient
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6 .

Direction (Q. 6 - 10) : Each of the following questions consists of unmarked figures followed by five figures marked 1,2,3,4 and 5. Select a figure from the marked figures which will continue the series established by the unmarked figures.

                      Problem Figures                                                   Answer Figures 

A.    Answer Figure 1 B.    Answer Figure 2
C.    Answer Figure 3 D.    Answer Figure 4
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                       Problem Figures                                                  Answer Figures 

A.    Answer Figure 1 B.    Answer Figure 2
C.    Answer Figure 3 D.    Answer Figure 4
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                      Problem Figures                                                   Answer Figures 

A.    Answer Figure 1 B.    Answer Figure 2
C.    Answer Figure 3 D.    Answer Figure 4
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                      Problem Figures                                                   Answer Figures 

A.    Answer Figure 1 B.    Answer Figure 2
C.    Answer Figure 3 D.    Answer Figure 4
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                     Problem Figures                                                    Answer Figures 

A.    Answer Figure 1 B.    Answer Figure 2
C.    Answer Figure 3 D.    Answer Figure 4
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