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** Aptitude Contest**** – JUNE 2021:**

## Quiz Contest - June 2021

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Question 1 |

The ratio of the age of pramond and the age of akash is 3:5 and sum of their ages is 80 years. The ratio of their ages after 10 years will be?

A | 3:5 |

B | 3:2 |

C | 1:2 |

D | 2:3 |

Question 1 Explanation:

Let the ages of pramod and akash be 3x and 5x

3x + 5x = 80

8x = 80 ,x = 10

3x=30

5x=50

Ratio of theie age after 10 years = (3x+10) : (5x+10)

=> 40 : 60 = 2 : 3

3x + 5x = 80

8x = 80 ,x = 10

3x=30

5x=50

Ratio of theie age after 10 years = (3x+10) : (5x+10)

=> 40 : 60 = 2 : 3

Question 2 |

A, B and C invest Rs.50000, Rs.75000 and Rs. 125000 in a business respectively. The profit earned is Rs.20000. Find the profit share of B

A | Rs. 2000 |

B | Rs. 4000 |

C | Rs. 10000 |

D | Rs. 6000 |

Question 2 Explanation:

Ratio of the share of A, B and C = 50000: 75000:12500
= 2:3:5

B’s share of profit = (3/10)*20000 = Rs. 6000

B’s share of profit = (3/10)*20000 = Rs. 6000

Question 3 |

617 + 6.017 + 0.617 + 6.0017 =

A | 62.965 |

B | 6.2963 |

C | None of these |

D | 629.6357 |

Question 3 Explanation:

617.00

6.017

0.617

+ 6.0017

--------

629.6357

---------

6.017

0.617

+ 6.0017

--------

629.6357

---------

Question 4 |

Arrange the words given below in a meaningful sequence.

- Heel 2. Shoulder 3. Skull 4. Neck 5. Knee 6. Chest 7. Thigh 8. Stomach 9. Face 10. Hand.

A | 3,9,4,2,10,6,8,7,5,1 |

B | 2,4,7,10,1,5,8,9,6,3 |

C | 4,7,10,1,9,6,2,5,8,3 |

D | 3,4,7,9,2,5,8,18,6,1 |

Question 4 Explanation:

The correct order is:

Skull Face Neck Shoulder Hand Chest Stomach Thigh Knee Heel

3 9 4 2 10 6 8 7 5 1

Skull Face Neck Shoulder Hand Chest Stomach Thigh Knee Heel

3 9 4 2 10 6 8 7 5 1

Question 5 |

A | 20 |

B | 17 |

C | 25 |

D | 15 |

Question 5 Explanation:

17 persons take tea and wine but not coffee

Question 6 |

Find the ratio between the speeds of the boat and stream if the boat can travel 30 km upstream in 3 hours and the same distance downstream in 2 hours?

A | 20 m cube |

B | 100 m cube |

C | 50 m cube |

D | 10 m cube |

Question 6 Explanation:

Volume of the cylinder = π r square h = 550 m cube

Volume of the cuboid = 550/11 = 50 m cube

Volume of the cuboid = 550/11 = 50 m cube

Question 7 |

1.at 2.it 3.take 4.once 5.away

A | 23514 |

B | 32514 |

C | 42315 |

D | 14352 |

E | 53214 |

Question 7 Explanation:

Explanation : " Take it away at once "

Question 8 |

**Statements:**Some cows are crows. Some crows are elephants.

**Conclusions:**I) Some cows are elephants. II) All crows are elephants.

A | Only Conclusion I follows |

B | Neither I nor II follow |

C | Only Conclusion II follows |

D | Either I or II follow |

Question 9 |

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 | No error |

B | Even after requesting |

C | tell us that how |

D | he wolved the problem |

E | him, he did not |

Question 9 Explanation:

tell us how

Question 10 |

All the water in container A which was filled to its brim was poured into two containers B and C. The quantity of water in container B was 62.5% less than the capacity of container A. If 148 liters was now transferred from C to B, then both the containers would have equal quantities of water. What was the initial quantity of water in container A?

A | 928 |

B | 888 |

C | 648 |

D | 1184 |

Question 10 Explanation:

B has 62.5% or (5/8) of the water in A. Therefore, let the quantity of water in container A(initially) be 8k

Quantity of water in B = 8k - 5k = 3k

Quantity of water in container C = 8k - 3k = 5k

Container: A B C

Quantity of water: 8k 3k 5k

It is given that if 148 liters was transferred from container C to container B, then both the containers would have equal quantities of water

5k - 148 = 3k + 148 => 2k = 296 => k = 148

The initial quantity of water in A = 8k = 8 * 148 = 1184 litres

Quantity of water in B = 8k - 5k = 3k

Quantity of water in container C = 8k - 3k = 5k

Container: A B C

Quantity of water: 8k 3k 5k

It is given that if 148 liters was transferred from container C to container B, then both the containers would have equal quantities of water

5k - 148 = 3k + 148 => 2k = 296 => k = 148

The initial quantity of water in A = 8k = 8 * 148 = 1184 litres

Question 11 |

BRIEF

A | Limited |

B | Short |

C | Little |

D | Small |

Question 11 Explanation:

BRIEF means a short and concise statement or written item. 6. an outline, the form of which is determined by set rules, of all the possible arguments and information on one side of a controversy: a debater's brief.

Question 12 |

If I

**had the address**, I would have delivered the package myselfA | had had the address, |

B | had had the address |

C | had the address, |

D | had the address - |

E | had the address; |

Question 12 Explanation:

Since this entire conditional-subjunctive sentence construction is in the past, the correct conditional form is past perfect "If I had had" rather than present perfect "if I had" [(A), (B), (C)] with the present perfect subjunctive "I would have."

The correct punctuation between conditional "if" and subjunctive "would" parts is always a comma, never a semicolon [(B), (D)] or a dash (C).

The correct punctuation between conditional "if" and subjunctive "would" parts is always a comma, never a semicolon [(B), (D)] or a dash (C).

Question 13 |

What is the unit digit in 7

^{105}?A | 1 |

B | 7 |

C | 9 |

D | 5 |

Question 13 Explanation:

Unit digit in 7

But, unit digit in (7

Unit digit in 7

^{105}= Unit digit in [ (7^{4})^{26}x 7 ]But, unit digit in (7

^{4})^{26}= 1Unit digit in 7

^{105}= (1 x 7) = 7Question 14 |

PLAIN : AUSTERE :: ?

A | deserted : barren |

B | clean : sterile |

C | neutral : detached |

D | lonely : gloomy |

Question 14 Explanation:

(DEGREE OF INTENSITY) Being austere (meaning bare) is a heightened form of being plain; being sterile (meaning free from bacteria or other micro-organisms) is a heightened form of being clean. {The pairs (neutral, detached); (deserted, barren) and (eloquent, talkative) are mere synonyms.} (B)

Question 15 |

CONCEDE

A | Refuse |

B | Object |

C | Accede |

D | Grant |

Question 15 Explanation:

CONCEDE means admit or agree that something is true after first denying or resisting it.

Question 16 |

**Statement**: Company X has a record of manufacturing cameras of quality and the latest design so that you do not spoil even a single shot irrespective of the weather conditions.

**Conclusions : **

##### I. No other company except X is reputed in camera industry.

##### II. Acceptable shot with camera of company X can be taken in any weather conditions.

A | Either I or II follows |

B | Neither I nor II follows |

C | Only Conclusion II follows |

D | Only Conclusion I follows |

E | Both I and II follow |

Question 16 Explanation:

Only Conclusion II follows

Question 17 |

Find the ratio between the speeds of the boat and stream if the boat can travel 30 km upstream in 3 hours and the same distance downstream in 2 hours?

A | 3:2 |

B | 4:1 |

C | 2:3 |

D | 5:1 |

Question 17 Explanation:

U = 10 kmph

D= 15 kmph

S= (d - u) / 2 = 2.5 kmph

B= (d + u)/2 = 12.5 kmph

b:s = 5:1

D= 15 kmph

S= (d - u) / 2 = 2.5 kmph

B= (d + u)/2 = 12.5 kmph

b:s = 5:1

Question 18 |

**Broken Reed?**

A | None of the above |

B | Support endlessly |

C | Continue support |

D | Support that failed |

Question 18 Explanation:

Example : In the time of need, his friend proved a broken reed.

Question 19 |

Find the odd man out 3, 5, 7, 12, 17, 19?

A | 19 |

B | 17 |

C | 12 |

D | 5 |

Question 19 Explanation:

Each of the numbers is a prime number except 12.

Question 20 |

Two stations A and B are 110 km apart on a straight line. One train starts from A at 7 a.m. and travels towards B at 20 kmph. Another train starts from B at 8 a.m. and travels towards A at a speed of 25 kmph. At what time will they meet?

A | 10 am |

B | 10:30 am |

C | 9 am |

D | 11 am |

Question 20 Explanation:

Suppose they meet x hours after 7 a.m

Distance covered by A in x hours = 20xkm

Distance covered by B in (x - 1) hours = 25(x - 1) km

20x + 25(x - 1) = 110 45x = 135 x = 3.So, they meet at 10 a.m

Distance covered by A in x hours = 20xkm

Distance covered by B in (x - 1) hours = 25(x - 1) km

20x + 25(x - 1) = 110 45x = 135 x = 3.So, they meet at 10 a.m

Question 21 |

Which of the following years will have a calendar similar to the year 2011?

A | 2022 |

B | 2020 |

C | 2016 |

D | 2017 |

Question 21 Explanation:

No. of odd days from 2011 to 2022

= 1+2+1+1+1+2+1+1+1+2+1

= 14

Hence, 2022 will have a calendar similar to 2011

The number of odd days increases from 6 to 8 since 2016 is a leap year

Hence 14 odd days are calculated

= 1+2+1+1+1+2+1+1+1+2+1

= 14

Hence, 2022 will have a calendar similar to 2011

The number of odd days increases from 6 to 8 since 2016 is a leap year

Hence 14 odd days are calculated

Question 22 |

Code of diplomatic etiquette and precedence?

A | Formalism |

B | Hierarchy |

C | Statesmanship |

D | Protocol |

Question 22 Explanation:

Protocol means the official procedure or system of rules governing affairs of state or diplomatic occasions.

Question 23 |

A pipe can fill a tank in an hour. Because of a leak, it took 1 hour and 10 minutes to fill the tank. Find the time taken by the leak to drain all the water in the tank?

A | 7 hrs |

B | 6/7 hrs |

C | 7/6 hrs |

D | 10 mins |

Question 23 Explanation:

Let the leak take x to drain the tank
1hr 10 min = 1+(1/6) = 7/6 hrs

1- (1/x) = 1/ (7/6) = 6/7

Part of tank leaked in an hour = 1-6/7 = 1/7

The leak takes7 hours to drain all the water

1- (1/x) = 1/ (7/6) = 6/7

Part of tank leaked in an hour = 1-6/7 = 1/7

The leak takes7 hours to drain all the water

Question 24 |

Who is at the extreme left end?
Read the following information carefully and answer the question
given above

- There are five friends
- They are standing in a row facing south.
- Jayesh is to the immediate right to Alok.
- Pramod is between Bhagat and Subodh.
- Subodh is between Jayesh and Pramod.

A | Data Inadequate |

B | Bhagat |

C | Subodh |

D | Alok |

Question 24 Explanation:

The boys are standing facing south. So, consider left and right accordingly.

Jayesh is to the right of Alok i,e Jayesh, Alok.

Pramod is between Bhagat and Subodh i,e Bhagat, Pramod, Subodh

Subodh is between Jayesh and Pramod.

So, the sequence is Bhagat Pramod Subodh Jayesh Alok

Answer for this question is (a), Alok is at extreme left end

Jayesh is to the right of Alok i,e Jayesh, Alok.

Pramod is between Bhagat and Subodh i,e Bhagat, Pramod, Subodh

Subodh is between Jayesh and Pramod.

So, the sequence is Bhagat Pramod Subodh Jayesh Alok

Answer for this question is (a), Alok is at extreme left end

Question 25 |

In a lottery, there are 10 prizes and 25 blanks. A lottery is drawn at random. What is the probability of getting a prize?

A | 2/5 |

B | 1/10 |

C | 2/7 |

D | 5/7 |

Question 25 Explanation:

P(getting a prize) = 10/(10+25) = 10/35 = 2/7

Question 26 |

A can do a particular work in 6 days. B can do the same work in 8 days. A and B signed to do it for Rs. 3200. They completed the work in 3 days with the help of C. How much is to be paid to C?

A | 600 |

B | 400 |

C | 380 |

D | 420 |

Question 26 Explanation:

Amount of work A can do in 1 day = 1/6

Amount of work B can do in 1 day = 1/8

Amount of work A + B can do in 1 day = 1/6 + 1/8 = 7/24

Amount of work A + B + C can do = 1/3

Amount of work C can do in 1 day = 1/3 - 7/24 = 1/24

Work A can do in 1 day : work B can do in 1 day : work C can do in 1 day

= 1/6 : 1/8 : 1/24 = 4 : 3 : 1

Amount to be paid to C = 3200 * (1/8) = 400

Amount of work B can do in 1 day = 1/8

Amount of work A + B can do in 1 day = 1/6 + 1/8 = 7/24

Amount of work A + B + C can do = 1/3

Amount of work C can do in 1 day = 1/3 - 7/24 = 1/24

Work A can do in 1 day : work B can do in 1 day : work C can do in 1 day

= 1/6 : 1/8 : 1/24 = 4 : 3 : 1

Amount to be paid to C = 3200 * (1/8) = 400

Question 27 |

While the ladies continued their

*small talk*in the drawing room, I felt bored.A | backbiting |

B | gossip |

C | light conversation |

D | whispering |

Question 28 |

**S1. Figure skating is primarily a sport of amateurs.**A. For years, the singles competition was judged according to two categories. B. The compulsory – figures category required each skater to perform three or six repetitions of three figures drawn from a possible 41 patterns. C. Contests are held for singles and for pairs. D. The free – skating category judged a skater’s ability to perform jumps, spins, spirals, and skating coordinated with music.

**S6. All figures are based on a figure – eight pattern or variations thereof.**

A | BCAD |

B | ABCD |

C | CADB |

D | CDBA |

Question 28 Explanation:

The proper order for the four sentences is CADB

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