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1. Q1. If another store F sold number of multigrain packets which is average of number of multigrain
packets sold by store C, D and E and number of whole-wheat packets sold is average of number of wholewheat packets sold by store A and E. If store B sold each packet at Rs 240 and store F sold each packet at
20% more than that of B then find total price collected by store F?


2. Q55. What is the difference of total number of multigrain packets sold by all store together and number
of whole-wheat packets sold by all store together?


3. Directions (3-7): What will come in place of (?) in the following number series problems?
Q3. 200, 197, 185, 163, 130, ?


4. Q4. 15, 8, 9, 15, 32, ?


5. Q5. 5, 30, 150, 600, ?


6. Q6. 222, 110, 54, 26, ?


7. Q7. 104, ?, 96, 120, 88, 128


8. Q8. A invested Rs. X in a scheme. After 6 months, B joined with Rs. 4000 more than that of A. After an
year, ratio of profit of B to the total profit was 3: 7. Find the value of X.


9. Q9. 1500 rupees is invested in a scheme A at R% p.a. simple interest. Another amount (1500 – x) is
invested in scheme B at 2R % p.a. simple interest. After 4 years, interest earned from scheme A is 25%
less than that of scheme B. Find x.


10. Q10. 40 men can complete a work in 48 days. 64 men started for the same work for x days. After x days,
32 men increased, So, the remaining work is completed in 16(2/3) days. Find x.


11. Q11. If perimeter of the base of a cylinder is 66 cm. Then find volume of cylinder if height of cylinder is
0.04 m


12. Q12. A 175 meters long train ‘P’ passed a pole in 8.75 sec. Train ‘P’ passed an another train ‘Q’ travelling
in a direction opposite to ‘P’ in 60
sec. If length of train ‘Q’ is 225 meter, then in what time train ‘Q’ will
pass train ‘P’ when they both runs in same direction ?


13. Directions (13-17): Study the given information carefully and answer the question that follow.
3 pizza shops A, B and C sells veg pizza and non veg pizza. Respective ratio between number of vegetarian
and non-vegetarian pizzas sold by pizza shop A was 9 : 7 and that sold by pizza shop B was 3 : 4. The no.
of pizzas (Veg + non veg) sold by pizza shop C was 108 and respective ratio between number of
vegetarian and non-vegetarian pizza sold by pizza shop C was 7 : 5 Total number of pizza sold by all three
pizza shop was 376. Number of veg pizza sold by pizza shop A was 20% more than the veg pizza sold by
pizza shop B.
Q13. If cost of each veg pizza and each non-veg pizza sold by shop B is Rs 200 and Rs 300 respectively
then find the total amount obtained by shop B (in Rs).


14. Q14. What is the ratio of veg pizza sold by shop A & C together to the non-veg pizza sold by shop B & C


15. Q15. What is the average of veg pizza sold by all shops?


16. Q16. Total veg pizzas sold by Shop A and C are what percent of total non-veg pizza sold by shop B & C?


17. Q17. If Veg pizza sold by shop B is increased by 33 1
% and non-veg pizza sold by shop A is increased by
75% then what is the sum of veg pizza sold by B and non-veg pizza sold by A after increment.


18. Directions (18-24): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain
words are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
Renewable energy is the future, and future is finally here. Global investment in renewable energy shot up
last year, far outstripping investment in fossil fuels, according to a UN report. As the price of clean energy
technology plummets, it has become an increasingly attractive prospect for world governments. China
was by far the world’s largest investor in renewable energy in 2017, accounting for nearly half of the
new infrastructure commissioned. This was mainly a result of its massive support for solar power, which
globally attracted nearly a fifth more investment than in the previous year. Other countries including
Australia, Sweden and Mexico more than doubled the amount of money they pumped into clean energy
projects. “Yet again, this was a record year for new renewable power capacity being financed,” Francoise
d’Estais from UN Environment’s energy and climate branch told The Independent. “We had a record 157
gigawatts commissioned last year, far outstripping the fossil fuel generating capacity, which we estimated
as 70 gigawatts.”
In just over a decade, concerted investment has increased the proportion of world electricity generated
by wind, solar and other renewable sources from around 5 per cent to 12 per cent. “The electricity sector
remains the brightest spot for renewables with the exponential growth of solar photovoltaics and wind in
recent years, and building on the significant contribution of hydropower generation.” But, electricity
accounts for only a fifth of global energy consumption, and the role of renewables in the transportation
and heating sectors remains ____(A)____ to the energy transition. The global replacement of traditional
fuels with renewables led to around 1.8 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide emissions being avoided last year –
the equivalent of removing the entire US transport system. According to the Wind and Solar Atlas, there
are opportunities and potential for Wind and Solar plants in the East and West Nile areas that will
produce around 31,150 MW from wind and 52,300 MW from solar. Egypt is also considering financing
options to conduct feasibility studies for building the world largest solar power plant for both electricity
generation and water desalination.

The UK has been performing well in clean energy generation, with recent figures showing wind and solar
sources had overtaken nuclear as suppliers of electricity. However, despite these positive trends, 2017
saw a big drop of 65 per cent in British renewables investment. Experts have criticised the withdrawal of
UK support for onshore wind, as previous analysis has demonstrated it already has the capacity to
outcompete fossil fuels as a power source.
As renewable energy prices continue to fall, however, Professor Moslener said government subsidies are
likely to become less and less important.
Q18. Which of the following facts are correct as per the given passage?
(I) The decrease in the cost of renewable energy resulted in its wide use.
(II) China massively supported solar power and became largest investor in renewable energy.
(III) Egypt is conducting feasibility studies for building largest solar power plant.


19. Q19. What did the author mean by the line “The electricity sector remains the brightest spot for renewables
with the exponential growth of solar photovoltaics and wind in recent years, and building on the significant
contribution of hydropower generation.”?
(I) The growth of renewable energy in electricity sector is not that impressive.
(II) Electric sector has performed the best for renewables.
(III) Hydropower generation has a significant contribution in the electricity sector.


20. Q20. Which of the following is/are the positive effect(s) of renewable energy?
(I) Overall increase in the global temperature.
(II) Carbon dioxide emissions were reduced to a considerable amount.
(III) Nile being converted into a biodiversity hotspot.


21. Q21. Why government subsidies are likely to become less important?


22. Q22. Which of the following words will come in place of (A) as given
in the passage?


23. Q22. Which of the following words will come in place of (A) as given
in the passage?


24. Q23. Which of the following word is most similar in meaning to
“accounting for” as given in the passage?


25. Q24. Which of the following word is most similar in meaning to “plummets” as given in the passage?


26. Direction (25-30): Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number.
Identify the correct option among the five alternatives that perfectly fits into the given blank against the
respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.
On October 29, 1929, Black Tuesday hit Wall Street as investors ___ (8) ____some 16 million shares on the
New York Stock Exchange in a single day. Billions of dollars were lost, ____ (9) ______out thousands of
investors. In the aftermath of Black Tuesday, America and the rest of the industrialized world ___ (10)
______downward into the Great Depression (1929-39), the deepest and longest-lasting economic ______
(11) _____in the history of the Western industrialized world up to that time. During the 1920s, the U.S.
stock market underwent rapid expansion, reaching its peak in August 1929, after a period of wild
speculation. By then, production had already declined and unemployment had risen, leaving stocks in
great excess of their real value. Among the other causes of the eventual market collapse were low wages,
the _______ (12) _____ of debt, a struggling agricultural sector and an excess of large bank loans that could
not be liquidated. Stock prices began to decline in September and early October 1929, and on October 18
the fall began. Panic set in, and on October 24, Black Thursday, a record 12,894,650 shares were traded.
Investment companies and leading bankers attempted to ______ (13) _____ the market by buying up great
blocks of stock, producing a moderate rally on Friday.


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30. Q29.


31. Q30.


32. Q32. As per the directives, the retail prices of both petrol and diesel is revising on a daily basis.


33. Q33. We got everything ready for all of them long before they arrived.


34. Q34. We still have some farm equipment that hasn’t been used since my grandfather died.


35. Q35. Every officer and every resident of this village is determined to do their best to get better ranking
in sanitation index.


36. Directions (36-40): In each of the questions given below a sentence is given with a blank. The sentence
is then followed by five alternatives out of which one will fit the blank. Choose the alternative that will fit
the blank most appropriately and make the sentence grammatically and contextually correct.
Q36. Administration has taken positive steps to ______________ the education system.


37. Q37. Health and education sectors are one of the most ________ sectors in the global market.


38. Q38. She is an aware citizen who has always ___________ to contribute to the progress of the country.


39. Q39. In the beginning I looked ________ and could not find quite the car I dreamed of.


40. Q40. The RBI has played conservative in ____________ a rate cut of just 25 basis points.


41. Directions (41-45): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic
error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If
there is ‘No error’, the answer is (e). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)


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