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Question number: 3365
» Arithmetic » Fractions & Decimals
Appeared in Year: 2019
Question
Rohan gave threefifth of the amount he had to Sahil. Rohan has now 2000 rupees. How much did he give to Sahil? (25 June Evening Shift)
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  3000 rupees 

b.  5000 rupees 

c.  2000 rupees 

d.  1200 rupees 

Question number: 3366
» Arithmetic » Basic Statistics
Appeared in Year: 2019
Question
A group of 40 employees of Cadre A has a mean age of 31. A different group of 60 employees of Cadre B has a mean age of 28. What is the mean age of two employees of the two groups together? (25 June Morning Shift)
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  29 

b. 


c.  29.2 

d.  29.8 

Question number: 3367
» Logical Reasoning » Square of Opposition
Question
Consider the following statements about the Square of Opposition,
I. A and E propositions are contrary.
II. Propositions are contrary when they cannot both be true.
Which of the above is correct?
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  I 

b.  I and II 

c.  Neither I or II 

d.  II 

Question number: 3368
» Teaching Aptitude » Characteristics of Measuring Good Exam
Question
________ Research is carried on to find out solutions to reallife problem requiring an action or decision.
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Applied Research 

b.  Basic Research 

c.  Action Research 

d.  All of the above 

Question number: 3369
» Environmental Hazards & Remedial Measures » Deforestation
Appeared in Year: 2019
Question
The longterm effect of cutting down of trees in large areas of rainforests is (25 June Evening Shift)
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Increased rainfall in those areas 

b.  Increase in wind speeds ion those areas 

c.  Decreased rainfall in those areas 

d.  Increased rate of soil erosion in those areas 
