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Question number: 322

» General Awareness » History

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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Choose most appropriate answer: who was the Governor-General of India during the ‘Sepoy Mutiny’?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Lord Harding

b.

Lord Dalhousie

c.

Lord Canning

d.

Lord Lytton

Question number: 323

» Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test » Spatial Ability

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Appeared in Year: 2016

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In each of the following questions, select a figure from amongst the four alternatives, which satisfies the same condition of the dot as figure X

Image shows The Different Shapes With Dots For Question

Image Shows the Different Shapes with Dots for Question

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Image shows The Different Shapes With Dots For Choice A

Image Shows the Different Shapes with Dots for Choice A

b.

Image shows The Different Shapes With Dots For Choice B

Image Shows the Different Shapes with Dots for Choice B

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Image shows The Different Shapes With Dots For Choice C

Image Shows the Different Shapes with Dots for Choice C

d.

Image shows The Different Shapes With Dots For Choice D

Image Shows the Different Shapes with Dots for Choice D

Question number: 324

» Reasoning and Military Aptitude Test » Verbal Skills

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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Directions - Each of the following questions has four statements. Three are logically correct. Some of which may look factually absurd. Ignore this absurdity and look to the logical corrections. Choose the statement which is wrong or doubtful: -

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Ramesh is tall. Ramesh is a boy. Therefore, boys are tall.

b.

All living things are mobile. Some non- living things are mobile. Therefore, some mobile are living and some non-living

c.

Men live in houses. Houses grow on trees. Trees float in water. Therefore, men float in water.

d.

All who can fly are animals. Some birds can fly. Therefore, some birds are animals.

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