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Question number: 85

» Logical Reasoning

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Question

Which of the following is needed to complete the pattern?

Image Of The Pattern shows three columns and three rows

Image of the Pattern Shows Three Columns and Three Rows

This pattern shows three columns and three rows

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Image Of The Image shows missing image in pattern – Choice A

Image of the Image Shows Missing Image in Pattern – Choice A

This image shows the missing image in pattern

b.

Image Of The Image shows missing image in pattern – Choice B

Image of the Image Shows Missing Image in Pattern – Choice B

This image shows the missing image in pattern

c.

Image Of The Image shows missing image in pattern – Choice C

Image of the Image Shows Missing Image in Pattern – Choice C

This image shows the missing image in pattern

d.

Image Of The Image shows missing image in pattern – Choice D

Image of the Image Shows Missing Image in Pattern – Choice D

This image shows the missing image in pattern

Question number: 86

» Number Sense

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Mr. Ambaliya wrote a 4-digit number on the blackboard. Three students Raja, Ambar and Naman said the following about that number:

Raja: “It is a 4-digit number”.

Ambar: “It is 1025 less than the greatest 4-digit number”.

Naman: “It is having four different digits”.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

8974

b.

8947

c.

8746

d.

8432

Question number: 87

» Everyday Mathematics

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Ambalika sold 130 pizzas and 80 chocolates. If Tushar sold 30 less pizzas and 10 less chocolates than Ambalika, then how many pizzas and chocolates they sold altogether?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

220 pizzas and 140 chocolates

b.

230 pizzas and 150 chocolates

c.

230 pizzas and 100 chocolates

d.

240 pizzas and 120 chocolates