Instructions for **Aptitude Contest**** – AUGUST 2019****:**

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- Each question will carry 100 points.
- There are altogether 50 questions.
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** Aptitude Contest**** – AUGUST 2019:**

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Question 1 |

Find the odd man out 3, 5, 11, 14, 17, 21 ?

A | 17 |

B | 3 |

C | 21 |

D | 14 |

Question 1 Explanation:

Each of the numbers except 14 is an odd number. The number ’14’ is the only EVEN number

Question 2 |

Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is 'E'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).
(solve as per the direction given above)

A | To the newspaper |

B | No mistake |

C | No error |

D | Has been reported |

E | The minister's speech |

Question 2 Explanation:

In the newspaper

Question 3 |

Antique?

A | Museum |

B | Rarest |

C | Precious |

D | None of these |

Question 3 Explanation:

A collectable object such as a piece of furniture or work of art that has a high value because of its age and quality.

Question 4 |

A, B and C invest Rs. 50000, Rs. 30000 and Rs. 20000 in a business respectively. If the profit earned is Rs. 20000, find C's share of the profit?

A | Rs. 4000 |

B | Rs. 6000 |

C | Rs. 2000 |

D | Rs. 10000 |

Question 4 Explanation:

Share of profits between A,B and C is in the ratio 5:3:2

C’s share = (2/10)*20000 = Rs.4000

C’s share = (2/10)*20000 = Rs.4000

Question 5 |

Two vessels P and Q contain 62.5% and 87.5% of alcohol respectively. If 2 litres from vessel P is mixed with 4 litres from vessel Q, the ratio of alcohol and water in the resulting mixture is ?

A | 16:7 |

B | 14:5 |

C | 16:5 |

D | 19:5 |

Question 5 Explanation:

Quantity of alcohol in vessel P = 62.5/100 * 2 = 5/4 litres

Quantity of alcohol in vessel Q = 87.5/100 * 4 = 7/2 litres

Quantity of alcohol in the mixture formed = 5/4 + 7/2 = 19/4 = 4.75 litres

As 6 litres of mixture is formed, ratio of alcohol and water in the mixture formed = 4.75 : 1.25 = 19 : 5

Quantity of alcohol in vessel Q = 87.5/100 * 4 = 7/2 litres

Quantity of alcohol in the mixture formed = 5/4 + 7/2 = 19/4 = 4.75 litres

As 6 litres of mixture is formed, ratio of alcohol and water in the mixture formed = 4.75 : 1.25 = 19 : 5

Question 6 |

A money lender lent Rs. 1000 at 3% per year and Rs. 1400 at 5% per year. The amount should be returned to him when the total interest comes to Rs. 350. Find the number of years ?

A | 4.5 |

B | 4 |

C | 3.5 |

D | 3.75 |

Question 6 Explanation:

(1000 * t * 3 / 100) + (1400 * t * 5 / 100)

= 350 => t =3.5

= 350 => t =3.5

Question 7 |

**Statements:**Some dogs are bats. Some bats are cats.

**Conclusions:**I) Some dogs are cats. II) Some cats are dogs.

A | Only (2) conclusion follows |

B | Neither (1) nor (2) follows |

C | Either (1) or (2) follows |

D | Only (1) conclusion follows |

Question 8 |

Find next number of the following sequence 124, 62, 60, 30, 28, 14...?

A | 13 |

B | 8 |

C | 12 |

D | 7 |

Question 8 Explanation:

To find the next sequence

=> 124/2 = 62 & 62 - 2 = 60

=> 60/2=30 & 30 - 2 =28

=> 28/2=14 & 14 - 2 =12

=> 124/2 = 62 & 62 - 2 = 60

=> 60/2=30 & 30 - 2 =28

=> 28/2=14 & 14 - 2 =12

Question 9 |

**Statement**: Company X has marketed the product. Go ahead; purchase it if price and quality are your considerations.

**Conclusions :**

##### I. The product must be good in quality.

##### II. The price of product must be reasonable

A | Both I and II follow |

B | Only conclusion I follows |

C | Neither I nor II follows |

D | Only conclusion II follows |

E | Either I or II follows |

F | Either conclusion II follows |

Question 9 Explanation:

Both conclusions follow as per statement

Question 10 |

A train 108 m long moving at a speed of 50 km/hr crosses a train 112 m long coming from opposite direction in 6 seconds. The speed of the second train is?

A | 54 km/hr |

B | 66 km/hr |

C | 48 km/hr |

D | 82 km/hr |

Question 10 Explanation:

Let the speed of the second train be xkm/hr

Relative speed = (x + 50) km/hr

= [(x + 50) * 5 / 18] m/sec

=[(250 + 5x) / 18] m/sec

Distance covered = (108 + 112) = 220 m

Therefore, (250 + 5x) / 18 = 6

250 + 5x = 660 x = 82 km/hr

Relative speed = (x + 50) km/hr

= [(x + 50) * 5 / 18] m/sec

=[(250 + 5x) / 18] m/sec

Distance covered = (108 + 112) = 220 m

Therefore, (250 + 5x) / 18 = 6

250 + 5x = 660 x = 82 km/hr

Question 11 |

The size of a wooden block is 1*5*10 cm

^{3}. Find the number of blocks needed to construct a wooden cube of side 50cm.A | 50 |

B | 500 |

C | 2500 |

D | 100 |

Question 11 Explanation:

No. of blocks needed = (50*50*50) / (1*5*10) = 2500

Question 12 |

Which of the following fractions is greater than 3/4 and less than 5/6 ?

A | 1/2 |

B | 4/5 |

C | 2/3 |

D | 9/10 |

Question 12 Explanation:

3/4 = 0.75, 5/6 = 0.833, 1/2 = 0.5, 2/3 = 0.66, 4/5 = 0.8, 9/10 = 0.9

Clearly, 0.8 lies between 0.75 and 0.833

Therefore 4/5 lies between 3/4 and 5/6

Clearly, 0.8 lies between 0.75 and 0.833

Therefore 4/5 lies between 3/4 and 5/6

Question 13 |

Sagar was riding bike towards north, turned left and road 1km. then turn towards left & road 2km, found himself 1km west of straight point. How far is he to road north?

A | 2 km |

B | 1 km |

C | 3 km |

D | 4 km |

Question 13 Explanation:

He traveled total distance of 3km, from which he traveled 1km in west

Hence, all he travelled total 2km in north

Hence, all he travelled total 2km in north

Question 14 |

Bid defiance?

A | To follow |

B | To ignore |

C | To obey |

D | None of above |

Question 14 Explanation:

Example : His girl friend bade defiance to his wish to go for movie and instead they went for lunch in hotel

Question 15 |

A train 108 m long moving at a speed of 50 km/hr crosses a train 112 m long coming from opposite direction in 6 seconds. The speed of the second train is?

A | 48 km/hr |

B | 66 km/hr |

C | 82 km/hr |

D | 54 km/hr |

Question 15 Explanation:

Let the speed of the second train be xkm/hr

Relative speed = (x + 50) km/hr

= [(x + 50) * 5 / 18] m/sec

=[(250 + 5x) / 18] m/sec

Distance covered = (108 + 112) = 220 m

Therefore, (250 + 5x) / 18 = 6

250 + 5x = 660 x = 82 km/hr

Relative speed = (x + 50) km/hr

= [(x + 50) * 5 / 18] m/sec

=[(250 + 5x) / 18] m/sec

Distance covered = (108 + 112) = 220 m

Therefore, (250 + 5x) / 18 = 6

250 + 5x = 660 x = 82 km/hr

Question 16 |

A man can row upstream at a speed of 20 kmph and downstream at a speed of 27 kmph. Find the speed of the stream?

A | 2.5 kmph |

B | 7 kmph |

C | 3.5 kmph |

D | 23.5 kmph |

Question 16 Explanation:

Let the speed of the stream be a kmph and the speed of the boat be b kmph b + s = 27

b - s = 20

Solving the equations, s = 3.5 kmph

b - s = 20

Solving the equations, s = 3.5 kmph

Question 17 |

RETICENT : TALK :: ?

A | tasteless : savor |

B | likely : conjecture |

C | cranky : grumble |

D | abstemious : devour |

Question 17 Explanation:

(ANTONYM VARIANT) A reticent (meaning reserved in style) person does not talk; an abstemious (meaning given to eating in moderation) person-does not devour (meaning eat like a glutton).

(A) {The related antonym relationship is;reticent: talkative :: abstemious : devour}

(A) {The related antonym relationship is;reticent: talkative :: abstemious : devour}

Question 18 |

If 36 men can do a piece of work in 25 hours, in how many hours will 15 men do it?

A | 60 hours |

B | 70 hours |

C | 20 hours |

D | 80 hours |

Question 18 Explanation:

Let the required number of hours be x.

Less man, more hours (indirect proportion)

15:36:: 25: x

15 * x = 36 * 25

X= (36 *25) / 15 = 60 hours

Hence 15 men’s can do it in 60 hours

Less man, more hours (indirect proportion)

15:36:: 25: x

15 * x = 36 * 25

X= (36 *25) / 15 = 60 hours

Hence 15 men’s can do it in 60 hours

Question 19 |

Pipe A and Pipe B can fill a tank in 20 minutes and 30 minutes respectively. Pipe C can empty the tank in 60 minutes. The tank is initially empty. Both the pipes A and B are opened. Pipe C is opened after 6 minutes. How much time does it take to fill the tank?

A | 12 minutes |

B | 14.5 minutes |

C | 15 minutes |

D | 13.5 minutes |

Question 19 Explanation:

1/30th of the tank is filled by pipe B in 1 minutes

1/60th of the tank is emptied by pipe C in 1 minutes

Part of tank filled in the first 6 minutes = 6*[(1/20)+(1/30)] = ½

When all pipes are opened, part of tank filled in 1 minutes = (1/12)-(1/60) = 1/15

Time required to fill the remaining ½ of the tank = (1/2) / (1/15) = 7.5

Total time = 6+7.5 = 13.5 minutes

1/60th of the tank is emptied by pipe C in 1 minutes

Part of tank filled in the first 6 minutes = 6*[(1/20)+(1/30)] = ½

When all pipes are opened, part of tank filled in 1 minutes = (1/12)-(1/60) = 1/15

Time required to fill the remaining ½ of the tank = (1/2) / (1/15) = 7.5

Total time = 6+7.5 = 13.5 minutes

Question 20 |

In how many ways a committee, consisting of 5 men and 6 women can be formed from 8 men and 10 women?

A | 5040 |

B | 266 |

C | 11760 |

D | 86400 |

Question 20 Explanation:

Required number of ways:

= (8C5 X 10C6)

= {(8*7*6/3*2*1)*(10*9*8*7/4*3*2*1)}

= 11760

= (8C5 X 10C6)

= {(8*7*6/3*2*1)*(10*9*8*7/4*3*2*1)}

= 11760

Question 21 |

Four girls are sitting on a bench to be photographed. Shikha is sitting to the left of Reena. Manju is to the right of Reena. Rita is between Reena and Manju. Who would be second from the left in the photograph?

A | Reena |

B | Rita |

C | Manju |

D | Shikha |

Question 21 Explanation:

Shikha is to the left of Reena and Manju is to her right.

Rita is between Reena and Manju.

So the order is Shikha ,

Reena , Rita and Manju. In the photograph Rita will be second from left.

Rita is between Reena and Manju.

So the order is Shikha ,

Reena , Rita and Manju. In the photograph Rita will be second from left.

Question 22 |

**Statement**: Shalini made an application to the bank for a loan of Rs. 1,80,000 by mortgaging her house to the bank and promised to repay it within five years.

**Assumptions**I) The bank has a practice of granting loans for Rs. 1,00,000 and above. II) The bank accepts house as collateral security against such loans.

A | Only assumption I is implicit |

B | Both I and II are implicit |

C | Only assumption II is implicit |

D | Neither I nor II is implicit |

E | Either I or II is implicit |

Question 22 Explanation:

The fact that Shalini has applied for a loan of Rs. 1,80,000 implies that the bank can grant a loan above Rs. 1,00,000.

So, I is implicit. II also follows directly from the statement and so is implicit.

So, I is implicit. II also follows directly from the statement and so is implicit.

Question 23 |

To issue a thunderous verbal attack?

A | Languish |

B | Invigorate |

C | Animate |

D | Fulminate |

Question 23 Explanation:

Fulminate means expressing vehement protest.

Question 24 |

Sachin was twice as old as ajay, 10 years back. How old is ajay today, if sachin will be 40 years old, 10 years hence?

A | 15 |

B | 18 |

C | 20 |

D | 25 |

Question 24 Explanation:

S+10 = 40

S = 30

S - 10 = 2(A - 10)

A = 20

S = 30

S - 10 = 2(A - 10)

A = 20

Question 25 |

The ratio of Cost price and Selling price is 4 : 5. The profit percent is ?

A | 25 |

B | 20 |

C | 10 |

D | 30 |

Question 25 Explanation:

1/30th of the tank is filled by pipe B in 1 minutes

1/60th of the tank is emptied by pipe C in 1 minutes

Part of tank filled in the first 6 minutes = 6*[(1/20)+(1/30)] = ½

When all pipes are opened, part of tank filled in 1 minutes = (1/12)-(1/60) = 1/15

Time required to fill the remaining ½ of the tank = (1/2) / (1/15) = 7.5

Total time = 6+7.5 = 13.5 minutes

1/60th of the tank is emptied by pipe C in 1 minutes

Part of tank filled in the first 6 minutes = 6*[(1/20)+(1/30)] = ½

When all pipes are opened, part of tank filled in 1 minutes = (1/12)-(1/60) = 1/15

Time required to fill the remaining ½ of the tank = (1/2) / (1/15) = 7.5

Total time = 6+7.5 = 13.5 minutes

Question 26 |

Having sold off his factory,

*he is now a gentleman at large*.A | Is living comfortably |

B | Has no serious occupation |

C | Is respected by everybody |

D | Is held in high esteem |

Question 27 |

Find the next number 2, 7, 28, 63, 12, __?

A | 217 |

B | 225 |

C | 215 |

D | 196 |

Question 27 Explanation:

1 cube+1 = 2

2 cube-1 = 7

3 cube+1 = 28

4 cube-1 = 63

5 cube+1 = 126

6 cube-1 = 215

2 cube-1 = 7

3 cube+1 = 28

4 cube-1 = 63

5 cube+1 = 126

6 cube-1 = 215

Question 28 |

I) All Lamels are Signots with buttons.
II) No yellow Signots have buttons.
III) No Lamels are yellow.
If the first two statements are true, the third statement is

A | False |

B | Uncertain |

C | True |

Question 28 Explanation:

We know that there are Signots with buttons, or Lamels, and that there are yellow Signots, which have no buttons.

Therefore, Lamels do not have buttons and cannot be yellow

Therefore, Lamels do not have buttons and cannot be yellow

Question 29 |

By next month, Ms. Jones

**will be Mayor of Tallahassee**for two years.A | will be Mayor of Tallahassee |

B | will have been Mayor of Tallahassee |

C | will have been mayor of Tallahassee |

D | will be mayor of Tallahassee |

E | could have been mayor of Tallahassee |

Question 29 Explanation:

"By next month" used together with "for two years" indicates something that will be completed in the future, so future perfect "will have been" is the correct tense.

"Will be" [(A), (C)] means she will be mayor for two years beginning in the future.

Moreover, "Mayor" [(A), (B)] is incorrectly capitalized: it is not used as a title/name here (like "Mayor Jones"). "Could have been" (E) changes the meaning.

"Will be" [(A), (C)] means she will be mayor for two years beginning in the future.

Moreover, "Mayor" [(A), (B)] is incorrectly capitalized: it is not used as a title/name here (like "Mayor Jones"). "Could have been" (E) changes the meaning.

Question 30 |

candle | lamp | floodlight |

hut | cottage | ? |

A | city |

B | tent |

C | house |

D | dwelling |

Question 30 Explanation:

Above the line, the relationship shows a progression of sources of light.

The relationship below the line shows a progression of types of housing, from smallest to largest. (Choice a) is incorrect because a tent is smaller than a house.

Choices b and c are wrong because they are not part of the progression.

The relationship below the line shows a progression of types of housing, from smallest to largest. (Choice a) is incorrect because a tent is smaller than a house.

Choices b and c are wrong because they are not part of the progression.

Question 31 |

Which of the following is the greatest?

A | 3/5 of 25 |

B | 40% of 30 |

C | five more than the square of 3 |

D | 6.5% of 200 |

Question 31 Explanation:

3/5 of 25b=15

40% of 30 = 12

6.5% of 200 = 13

5+9=14

40% of 30 = 12

6.5% of 200 = 13

5+9=14

Question 32 |

A teacher can divide her class into groups of 5, 13 and 17. What is the smallest possible strength of the class?

A | 835 |

B | 1220 |

C | 940 |

D | 1105 |

Question 32 Explanation:

Smallest possible strength of the class will be L.C.M of 5,13,17 ans:1105

Question 33 |

1.was 2.and 3.Suresh 4.kind 5.loving

A | 31425 |

B | 12345 |

C | 54213 |

D | 15243 |

E | 34251 |

Question 33 Explanation:

Explanation : " Suresh was kind and loving "

Question 34 |

A train running at the speed of 60 km/hr crosses a pole in 9 seconds. What is the length of the train?

A | 120 meters |

B | 180 meters |

C | 324 meters |

D | 150 meters |

Question 34 Explanation:

Speed = (60 * 5/18) m/sec = (50/3) m/sec

Length of the train = (Speed * Time)

Length of the train = ((50/3) * 9) m = 150 m

Length of the train = (Speed * Time)

Length of the train = ((50/3) * 9) m = 150 m

Question 35 |

A particular letter stands for another letter in letter coding

A | UCFH |

B | UDFG |

C | HFDU |

D | UDHF |

Question 35 Explanation:

In the given code, each letter is moved three steps forward than the corresponding letter in the word. So R is coded as U, A as D, C as F, E as H. Hence (3) is the answer.t

Question 36 |

If the area of two circles are in the ratio 169:196 then the ratio of their radii is?

A | 11:12 |

B | 10:11 |

C | 13:14 |

D | 12:13 |

Question 36 Explanation:

If r and R are radii if two circles, then

pi * r^2 /pi * R^2 = 169 / 196

r^2 / R^2 = 169 / 196 = (13/14)^2

so r/R = 13/14t

pi * r^2 /pi * R^2 = 169 / 196

r^2 / R^2 = 169 / 196 = (13/14)^2

so r/R = 13/14t

Question 37 |

UNCOUTH

A | Rough |

B | Slovenly |

C | Dirty |

D | Ungraceful |

Question 37 Explanation:

UNCOUTH means lacking good manners, refinement, or grace.

Question 38 |

**Statement:**Should the railways immediately stop issuing free passes to all its employees?

**Arguments:**

##### I. No. The employees have the right to travel free.

##### II. Yes. This will help railways to provide better facility.

A | Only argument I is strong |

B | Neither I nor II is strong |

C | Either I or II is strong |

D | Both I and II are strong |

E | Only argument II is strong |

Question 38 Explanation:

The free passes given to railway employees is a privilege for them, not their right.

So, argument I does not hold. Argument II seems to be vague.

So, argument I does not hold. Argument II seems to be vague.

Question 39 |

Arrange the words given below in a meaningful sequence
1.Presentation 2.Recommendation 3.Arrival 4.Discussion 5.Introduction

A | 3,5,4,2,1 |

B | 5,3,4,1,2 |

C | 5,3,1,2,4 |

D | 3,5,1,4,2 |

Question 39 Explanation:

The correct order is :
Arrival Introduction Presentation Discussion Recommendation

3 5 1 4 2

3 5 1 4 2

Question 40 |

He said to the interviewer, “Could you please repeat the question?”

A | He requested the interviewer to repeat the question |

B | He requested the interviewer to please repeat the question |

C | He requested the interviewer if he could repeat the question |

D | He requested the interviewer if he could please repeat the question |

Question 41 |

**Statement:**

**A large number of people in ward X of the city are diagnosed to be suffering from a fatal malaria type.**

**Courses of Action:**I) The city municipal authority should take immediate steps to carry out extensive fumigation in ward X. II) The people in the area should be advised to take steps to avoid mosquito bites.

A | Both I and II follow |

B | Only II follows |

C | Neither I nor II follows |

D | Only I follows |

E | Either I or II follows |

Question 41 Explanation:

Clearly, prevention from mosquitoes and elimination of mosquitoes are two ways to prevent malaria.

So, both the courses follow.

So, both the courses follow.

Question 42 |

**A. This is because your witness will be called upon to testify in court if the will is ever challenged. B. Lawyers advise people to use witnesses who are younger than they and are likely to outlive them. C. You will need to sign the document in the presence of two witnesses, who will then have to put the signature on it. D. It helps if a doctor is a witness or the document is signed in his presence.**

*S1. You can make a will*as simple as you want.**S6. This is because he could be called upon to testify to the stability of your mental condition when you drew up the will.**

A | ABCD |

B | DCBA |

C | CBAD |

D | CDBA |

Question 42 Explanation:

The proper order for the four sentences is CBAD

Question 43 |

STRINGENT

A | Magnanimous |

B | General |

C | Lenient |

D | Vehement |

Question 43 Explanation:

STRINGENT means strict, precise, and exacting.

Question 44 |

A bag contains 12 white and 18 black balls. Two balls are drawn in succession without replacement. What is the probability that first is white and second is black?

A | 18/145 |

B | 36/135 |

C | 18/29 |

D | 36/145 |

Question 44 Explanation:

The probability that first ball is white:

=

Since, the ball is not replaced; hence the number of balls left in bag is 29

Hence, the probability the second ball is black:

=

Required probability,

= (2 / 5) × (18 / 29)

= 36 / 145

=

^{12}C_{1}/^{30}C_{1}= 12 / 30 = 2 / 5Since, the ball is not replaced; hence the number of balls left in bag is 29

Hence, the probability the second ball is black:

=

^{18}C_{1}/^{29}C_{1 }= 18 / 29Required probability,

= (2 / 5) × (18 / 29)

= 36 / 145

Question 45 |

120, 99, 80, 63, 48, ?

A | 39 |

B | 35 |

C | 40 |

D | 38 |

Question 45 Explanation:

The pattern is - 21, - 19, - 17, - 15,.....

So, missing term = 48 - 13 = 35.

So, missing term = 48 - 13 = 35.

Question 46 |

Study the following figure and answer the question "How many doctors are neither artists nor players"?

A | 10 |

B | 5 |

C | 30 |

D | 17 |

Question 46 Explanation:

The number of doctors who are neither artists nor players is 17r

Question 47 |

**Statements:**I) Standard of living among the middle class society is constantly going up since part of few years II) Indian Economy is observing remarkable growth

A | Both the statements I and II are effects of independent cause |

B | Statement I is the cause and statement II is its effect |

C | Statement II is the cause and statement I is its effect |

D | Both the statements I and II are effects of some common cause |

Question 47 Explanation:

Since the standard of living among the middle class society is constantly going up so Indian Economy is observing remarkable growth

Question 48 |

Which of the following shows the relation that C is the granddaughter of E? The above question is based on the following information:

- M % N means M is the son of N.
- M @ N means M is the sister of N.
- M $ N means M is the father of N.

A | C % B $ F $ E |

B | C @ B % F % E |

C | B $ F $ E % C |

D | E % B $ F $ C |

Question 48 Explanation:

C @ B → C is the sister of B

B % F → B is the son of F

Hence, → C is the daughter of F

F % E → F is the son of E

Hence, → C is the granddaughter of E.

B % F → B is the son of F

Hence, → C is the daughter of F

F % E → F is the son of E

Hence, → C is the granddaughter of E.

Question 49 |

To produce an annual income of Rs. 1200 from a 12% stock at 90, the amount of stock needed is ?

A | Rs. 16000 |

B | Rs. 14400 |

C | Rs. 10800 |

D | Rs. 10000 |

Question 49 Explanation:

For an income of Rs.12, stock needed = 100
For an income of Rs. 1200, stock needed = 100 * 1200/12
= 10000

Question 50 |

July 15th of 2012 is Sunday. What day was July 15th of 2008?

A | Sunday |

B | Tuesday |

C | Wednesday |

D | Monday |

Question 50 Explanation:

Number of odd days from 2009 to 2012 = 1+1+1+2 = 5

5 Days before Sunday is Tuesday

5 Days before Sunday is Tuesday

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