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Question number: 258

» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic

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If stands for ‘division’, stands for ‘equal to’, stands for ‘addition’, stands for ‘greater than, stands for ‘less than’, stands for ‘multiplication’, stands for ‘subtraction’. Of the following alternatives which one is correct?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

b.

c.

d.

Question number: 259

» Non Verbal Reasoning » Embedded Figures

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Select the answer figure in which question figure is hidden.

Image of a shape made by lines

Image of a Shape Made by Lines

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Image of a shape made by lines: Choice A

Image of a Shape Made by Lines: Choice A

b.

Image of a shape made by lines: Choice B

Image of a Shape Made by Lines: Choice B

c.

Image of a shape made by lines: Choice C

Image of a Shape Made by Lines: Choice C

d.

Image of a shape made by lines: Choice D

Image of a Shape Made by Lines: Choice D

Question number: 260

» Mental Ability » Basic Geometry

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What is the relationship between angles A and C in the right angled triangle below?

Triangle poly1Triangle poly1: Polygon A, B, CSegment cSegment c: Segment [A, B] of Triangle poly1Segment aSegment a: Segment [B, C] of Triangle poly1Segment bSegment b: Segment [C, A] of Triangle poly1Segment fSegment f: Segment [D, E] Segment gSegment g: Segment [E, F] Point AA = (3.18,3.62) Point AA = (3.18,3.62) Point AA = (3.18,3.62) Point BB = (3.2,0.52) Point BB = (3.2,0.52) Point BB = (3.2,0.52) Point CC = (8.5,0.46) Point CC = (8.5,0.46) Point CC = (8.5,0.46)

Image of a Right Triangle ABC Having B as Right Angle

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Choice (4)Response

a.

They are vertical angles

b.

They are complementary angles

c.

They are congruent angles

d.

They are supplementary angles

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