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Question number: 393

» Verbal Intelligence » Distance and Direction

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Kanu left for his office in his car. He drove 10 km towards East and then 20 km South. He then turned to the left and covered 5 km. further, he turned to the north and moved 25 km. finally, he turned west and drove 15 km. How far and in which direction is he from his starting point?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

2 km West

b.

5 km North

c.

6 km South

d.

3 km East

Question number: 394

» Non-Verbal Intelligence » Incomplete Figure

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From the given alternatives, complete the problem figure.

Problem Figure

Square having four quarters and shapes in it

Square Having Four Quarters and Shapes in It

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Square having four quarters and shapes in it: Choice - A

b.

Square having four quarters and shapes in it: Choice - B

c.

Square having four quarters and shapes in it: Choice - C

d.

Square having four quarters and shapes in it: Choice - D

Question number: 395

» Verbal Intelligence » Logical Reasoning

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Take the given statement (s) as true and decide which of the conclusion logically follows from the statements. Two players X and O play a game of ‘noughts and crosses’ on a grid. The purpose of the game is for a player to get 3 symbols belonging to the player in a straight line (vertically, horizontally or diagonally). Each player marks one symbol on his or her turn. After two moves (1 turn each), the grid looks as follows with X to play next. Where should X put his symbol next, so that he will always win this game finally regardless of how well O plays?

A 'noughts and crosses' game

A ‘Noughts and Crosses’ Game

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Bottom row middle cell

b.

It is not possible to always ensure X wins if O plays carefully

c.

Bottom row right corner

d.

Middle row left most cell

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