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**1. From a pack of 52**

cards, 2 cards are drawn randomly. What is the probability that it has one King

and

cards, 2 cards are drawn randomly. What is the probability that it has one King

and

**one Jack?**

1) 7/663

2) 8/663

3) 11/663

4) 13/663

5) None of these

**2. In an examination**

a minimum marks is to be scored in each of the 8 subjects to pass. In how many

a minimum marks is to be scored in each of the 8 subjects to pass. In how many

**ways can a student fail?**

1) 127

2) 63

3) 255

4) 256

5) None of these

**3. A certain sum of**

money amounted to Rs 600 at 5% in a certain time in which Rs 800 amounted to Rs

money amounted to Rs 600 at 5% in a certain time in which Rs 800 amounted to Rs

**960 at the same rate. If the rate of**

interest is simple then what is the sum?

interest is simple then what is the sum?

1) Rs 540

2) Rs 520

3) Rs 500

4) Rs 480

5) Rs 450

**4. If the difference**

between compound interest and simple interest on a certain sum of money at 6%

per

between compound interest and simple interest on a certain sum of money at 6%

per

**annum for 2 years is Rs 3.60.**

What is the sum?

What is the sum?

1) Rs 920

2) Rs 925

3) Rs 960

4) Rs 980

5) Rs 1000

**5. A man can swim at**

10 kmph in still water. If the river flows at 3 kmph and, it takes 12 hours

more in

10 kmph in still water. If the river flows at 3 kmph and, it takes 12 hours

more in

**upstream than to go downstream**

for the same distance, then how far is the place?

for the same distance, then how far is the place?

1) 160 km

2) 164 km

3) 170 km

4) 175 km

5) 182 km

**6. Two trains of**

length 120 m and 90 m respectively with the same speed pass a static pole in 8

seconds and 6 seconds respectively. In what time will they cross each other if

they are moving in opposite directions?

length 120 m and 90 m respectively with the same speed pass a static pole in 8

seconds and 6 seconds respectively. In what time will they cross each other if

they are moving in opposite directions?

1) 14 seconds

2) 6 seconds

3) 20 seconds

4) 7 seconds

5) None of these

**7. A train travelling**

at the speed of 50 kmph leaves from a station. Another train travelling at

speed of 60 kmph leaves the same station after 7 hours in the same direction.

They will meet after what distance?

at the speed of 50 kmph leaves from a station. Another train travelling at

speed of 60 kmph leaves the same station after 7 hours in the same direction.

They will meet after what distance?

1) 1800 km

2) 2100 km

3) 2400 km

4) 2700 km

5) None of these

**8. A alone would take 6 hours more to complete**

the job than if both A and B work together. When B

the job than if both A and B work together. When B

**worked alone he took 1.5 hours more to complete the job and A then B**

takes together. How much time will they take if they

takes together. How much time will they take if they

**work together ?**

1) 3 hours

2) 4 hours

3) 4.5 hours

4) 5 hours

5) None of these

**9. A dealer bought an**

item at 10% discount on its original price. He sold it at 35% more than the

original

item at 10% discount on its original price. He sold it at 35% more than the

original

**price. What percentage**

profit did he get?

profit did he get?

1) 25%

2) 45%

3) 22.5%

4) 50%

5) 35%

**10. Find the number**

which when multiplied by 14 increases by 78.

which when multiplied by 14 increases by 78.

1) 15

2) 13

3) 11

4) 9

5) 6

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