# NTA-NET (UGC-NET) Paper-I (in English) Video Course Lecture: Problems on Calendar (*34 mins*) | Lecture 75 of 133

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## Topics Covered

- Comprehension and Problem Solving » Calendar and Clocks

## Details

Q. Which two days are missing from the following series?

Sunday, Tuesday, Friday, ? , Wednesday, Friday, ? , Wednesday, Saturday, Monday

A. Sunday Monday

B. Monday Tuesday

C. Tuesday Sunday

D. Sunday Friday

Q. If 6^{th} March 2005 is Monday, find day on 6^{th} March 2004?

A. Sunday

B. Saturday

C. Tuesday

D. Wednesday

Q. Find number of days in weeks days?

A.

B.

C.

D. 7

Q. Which of the following cannot be the last day of century?

A. Monday

B. Wednesday

C. Tuesday

D. Friday

Q. Calendar for year 2007 is same as which other year.

A. 2014

B. 2016

C. 2017

D. 2018

Q. Today is Monday. Which day will lie, after 61 days?

A. Wednesday

B. Saturday

C. Tuesday

D. Thursday

Q. There is 1 lily in the pond on 1^{st} June, 2 lilies on 2^{nd} June & 4 lilies on 3^{rd} June and so on. Pond gets full with lilies by the end of June. When is pond half-full?

A. 26^{th} June

B. 28^{th} June

C. 29^{th} June

D. 30^{th} June

Q. There is 1 lily in the pond on 1^{st} June, 2 lilies on 2^{nd} June & 4 lilies on 3^{rd} June and so on. Pond gets full with lilies by the end of June. If it starts with 2 lilies on 1^{st} June, when is pond full with lilies?

A. 26^{th} June

B. 28^{th} June

C. 29^{th} June

D. 30^{th} June

Q. Find out which day is January 13,1989.

A. Monday

B. Tuesday

C. Friday

D. Sunday