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What is the literacy rate among the rural dwellers in Gujarat?
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where x is a real number not equal to –1, what is the value of f(0)?

9/5
0
2/7
Cannot be determined

In the following question, in addition to some data and a question asked, there are two statements labelled I and II. You have to identify data in which of the statements I and/or II is sufficient to answer the question asked.

a, b, c, d, e and f are 6 consecutive odd integers, in order. What is the average of c, d, e and f?

I. The average of a and b is 16.

II. The sum of the six numbers is 120.

The question can be answered by using one of the statements alone, but cannot be answered using the other statement alone.
The question can be answered by using either statement alone.
The question can be answered by using both statements together, but cannot be answered by using either statement alone.
The question cannot be answered even after using both I and II.

What can be the maximum number of friends who can assume the role of a truth-tellers, based on the answers the five friends have given?

1
2
3
4

Who is Isha’s mother?

Jinnisha
Damini
Laxmi

Which of the following statement is true?

The daughter of Laxmi is Anuradha
The mother of Laxmi is Anuradha
The daughter of Brijesh and the wife of Suresh have the same name
The names of the daughter and wife of one friend are same as the name of the wife and daughter of one another friend.

Each of A, B, C have gone to a vacation at a distinct place out of Goa, Ooty and Kodaikanal. Further each of them also play one distinct sport out of tennis, table tennis and badminton. A is not at Ooty, C is not at Goa. The person who plays badminton is not at Kodaiakanal. C does not play table tennis. Who plays table tennis?

A
B
C
Cannot be determined

5 gentlemen are sitting around a camp-fire in a circular arrangement, facing inwards. Ankur was seated two places to the left of Mr. Grover. Bhushan sat two places to Mr. Bhandari’s right. Chetan sat two places to the left of Mr. Chaturvedi. And Mr. Arora sat on Dheeraj’s right. The first name of one of the persons was Gopal and the family name of one person was Mr. Dholakia. If no person had the same first letter of his first name as that of his family name, how many different possible combinations of first names and surnames of the 5 gentlemen are possible.

One
Two
Three
Four

Four sentences of a paragraph are given. One or more of these is/are grammatically incorrect. Choose the option with the incorrect sentence or sentences.

A. Lake ice was a marvellous product.

B. It created itself at no cost to the producer, was clean, renewable, and infinite in supply.

C. The only drawbacks were that there was no infrastructure to produce and store it, and no market to sell it.

D. In order to make the ice industry exist, it was necessary to work out ways to cut and lift ice on a large scale, build storehouses, secure trading rights, and engaging a reliable chain of shippers and agents.

C and D
C and B
A, C and D
D only

The question comprises of a few sentences, but the order in which they were originally written has been lost and the sentences are now in the wrong order. Your task is to put the sentences into the correct order or original order.

A. This reduces heat loss and allows the best use of the nest space.

B. Second, if the egg rolls, it will roll in a circular path around the pointed end.

C. This means that on a flat (or flattish surface) there should be no danger of the egg rolling off, or out of the nest.

D. Third, an egg shape is more comfortable for the bird while it is laying, rather than a sphere or a cylinder.

E. First it enables them to fit more snugly together, with smaller air-spaces between them.

F. Eggs are egg-shaped for several reasons.

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FEBDAC
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The question comprises of a few sentences, but the order in which they were originally written has been lost and the sentences are now in the wrong order. Your task is to put the sentences into the correct order or original order.

A. Take the fact that the rates of return on art investments are lower than the rates on financial investments; a country could simply increase its income by selling its paintings, investing the revenues, and buying back the paintings later.

B. One economic argument in favour of free trade is simply that the free traders will be better off.

C. Allowing the Getty Museum or the Japanese to buy work that is now held in storage by the Prado would at least give the public a chance to see it, even if it is in Los Angeles or Kobe.

D. Furthermore, liberalisation of trade could enhance prospects for the consumers of culture, since it would make available work that is never exhibited, due to the space constraints of its current owner.

E. And the Prado would have funds that are badly needed for its upkeep.

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