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Question number: 624

» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic

Appeared in Year: 2011

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⃞ means ‘is less than’, ∆ means ‘is greater than’, ‘-’ means ‘is equal to’, × means ‘plus’, and means ‘minus’. If abc and b×ca , then ________.

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

ba

b.

ac

c.

ac

d.

ac

Question number: 625

» Mental Ability » Basic Geometry

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In the below figure, there are lines l, m and n that are related to each other.

Image of one pair of parallel line and an intersecting line

Image of One Pair of Parallel Line and an Intersecting Line

Showing the image of one pair of parallel line and an intersecting line, then find the true statement about relation of lines

Find the true statement from below given statements.

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Line n intersects to line m

b.

Line n intersects to line l

c.

Lines l and m are parallel

d. Both a. and c. are correct

Question number: 626

» Mental Ability » Days and Dates

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Neha bought a new story book every second month. If Neha bought new story book in month of March and May, what are the next two months that she will buy new story book?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

June and August

b.

August and October

c.

February and April

d.

July and September

Question number: 627

» Non Verbal Reasoning » Identifying and Counting Geometrical Shapes and Solids

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What is the rule for the pattern made by smiley in the following diagram?

A pattern made by some number of smileys

A Pattern Made by Some Number of Smileys

Find the rule for the given pattern made by some number of smiley

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Add 2 smileys each time

b.

Double the number of smiley each time

c.

Square the number of smiley each time

d.

Triple the number of smiley each time

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