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Question number: 388

» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic

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What number is one tenth of one quarter of one half of 1600?

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Choice (4) Response

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20

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5

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16

d.

80

Question number: 389

» Mental Ability » Number Games » Number Analogies

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Which fraction is between and ?

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Question number: 390

» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic

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A computer shop is selling a new key-board in two sizes. The dimensions of the bigger key-board will be 32 cm by 12 cm. The ratio of dimensions of the two key-boards will be 2: 3. What will be the dimensions of the smaller key-board?

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Question number: 391

» Computers » MS-Word » Exploring File Tab

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Thesaurus tool in MS Word is used for ________.

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Spelling suggestions

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Grammar option

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Synonyms and Antonyms words

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None of the above

Question number: 392

» Verbal Reasoning » Analogies

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Appeared in Year: 2010

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Which one of the following represents ‘stone, water, fire’?

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Circle c Circle c: Circle through B with center A Circle c_1 Circle c_1: Circle through B_1 with center A_1 Circle c_2 Circle c_2: Circle through B_2 with center A_2

Image of Three Circles Placed Far from Each Other: Choice A

Representing the image of three circles placed far from each other that can represent ‘stone, water, fire’

b.

Circle c Circle c: Circle through B with center A Circle c_1 Circle c_1: Circle through B_1 with center A_1 Circle c_2 Circle c_2: Circle through B_2 with center A_2

Image of Three Circles Placed into Each Other: Choice B

Representing the image of three circles placed into each other that can represent ‘stone, water, fire’

c.

Circle c Circle c: Circle through B with center A Circle c_1 Circle c_1: Circle through B_1 with center A_1 Circle c_2 Circle c_2: Circle through B_2 with center A_2

Image of Three Circles Intersect Each Other: Choice C

Representing the image of three circles intersect each other that can represent ‘stone, water, fire’

d.

Circle c Circle c: Circle through B with center A Circle c_1 Circle c_1: Circle through B_1 with center A_1 Circle c_2 Circle c_2: Circle through B_2 with center A_2

Image of Three Circles, Two Intersect Each Other: Choice D

Representing the image of three circles, two intersect each other that can represent ‘stone, water, fire’