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Question number: 35

» Mental Ability » Basic Geometry

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The value of is

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Question number: 36

» Mental Ability » Days and Dates

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If yesterday’s tomorrow was Thursday, then yesterday’s day-after-tomorrow will be

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Sunday

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Saturday

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Thursday

d.

Friday

Question number: 37

» Mental Ability » Basic Geometry

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The sides of squares can be used to form triangles. The areas of the squares that form right triangles have a special relationship.

Image of three squares which are used to form a right triangle

Image of Three Squares Which Are Used to Form a Right Triangle

Using the dimensions of the squares shown below, determine which set of squares will form a right triangle.

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Image of three squares making a right triangle: Choice A

Image of Three Squares Making a Right Triangle: Choice A

b.

Image of three squares making a right triangle: Choice B

Image of Three Squares Making a Right Triangle: Choice B

c.

Image of three squares making a right triangle: Choice C

Image of Three Squares Making a Right Triangle: Choice C

d.

Image of three squares making a right triangle: Choice D

Image of Three Squares Making a Right Triangle: Choice D

Question number: 38

» Verbal Reasoning » Alphabet Test

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Out of the given four letter combinations one is different in some way from the rest. Find the odd one out.

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GFE

b.

ABC

c.

RQP

d.

YXW

Question number: 39

» Mental Ability » Basic Algebra

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Divide Rs. 1080 into three parts in such a way that half of the first part, one-third of the second part and one-fourth of the third part are equal. The 1st, 2nd, 3rd parts are respectively.

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360 Rs. , 240 Rs. , 480 Rs.

b.

480 Rs. , 240 Rs. , 360 Rs.

c.

240 Rs. , 360 Rs. , 480 Rs.

d.

480 Rs. , 360 Rs. , 240 Rs.

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