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**1) ****From a supermarket, 15 customers bought orange, 15 bought watermelon, 20 bought blueberry, 2 bought all the three fruits and 8 bought at least two of these. How many bought at least one fruit form the supermarket?**

a) 30

b) 35

c) 38

d) 40

**2) ****Identify the diagram that best represents the relationship among the given classes.**

**Hinduism, Buddhism, Religion**

a)

b)

c)

d)

**3) ****In this question, two statements are given followed by two conclusions. Choose the**

**Conclusion(s) which best fit(s) logically.**

**Statements:**

**1) **All Fish is Turtle

**2) **All Hen is Turtle

**Conclusions:**

**I) **Some fish are hen

**II) **All turtle is fish

a) Only conclusion II follows

b) Only conclusion I follow

c) Either conclusion I or II follows

d) None of the conclusion follows

**4) ****Two army trucks start from same army base, 1 ^{st} truck travels 11 km south, then turn to left and travel 19 km. 2^{nd} truck travels 11 km west, then turns to its right and travel 5 km. **

**Find the shortest distance between the final positions of both the truck?**

a) 36 km

b) 32 km

c) 17 km

d) 34 km

**5) In question below was given a statement/argument followed by two assumptions/ presumptions numbered I and II. You have to consider the statement/ argument and the following assumptions / presumptions and decide which of the assumptions / presumptions is implicit in the statement/ argument.**

**Statements:**

The hotel manager told his colleague, “I am eagerly waiting for this year’s report to be presented to the top management”.

**Assumption:**

**I) **The hotel has done some new experiments.

**II) **The hotel manager has important information that makes an impact on the top management.

a) Both assumption I and II are implicit

b) Only assumption I is implicit.

c) Only assumption II is implicit.

d) Neither assumption I nor assumption II is implicit.

**6) ****Arrange the following words in a logical and meaningful order. **

**1) **Results** **

**2) **Polling

**3) **Sworn** **

**4) **Nominations

**5) **Counting of votes

a) 4, 2, 5, 1, 3

b) 5, 4, 2, 1, 3

c) 4, 5, 2, 1, 3

d) 5, 2, 4, 1, 3

**7) ****Select the answer figure that will come next in the following problem figure series.**

a)

b)

c)

d)

**8) **** ****Select the appropriate water image for the given question from the following options:**

a)

b)

c)

d)

**9) ****A clock is set right at 5 am. The clock loses 16 minutes in 24 hours. What will be the true time when clock indicates 10 pm on 4 ^{th} day?**

a) 10 AM

b) 10:30 AM

c) 11 PM

d) 11:30 AM

**10) ****If ‘him her them’ is written as ‘de ne ke’ and ‘do him why’ as ‘ne lk ir’ and ‘are they do’ as ‘sh fu lk’, then ‘do’ is written as**

a) ne

b) ir

c) lk

d) fu

**Answers :**

**1) Answer: D**

So, number of people who bought at least two of these fruits = 8

Number of people who bought all the three fruits = 2

So, number of people who bought at least one fruit form the supermarket = (15 + 15 + 20) – (8 + 2) = 40

**2) Answer: A**

**3) Answer: D**

**I)** Some fish are hen – False

**II)** All turtle is fish – False

**4) Answer: D**

**5) Answer: C**

Only assumptions II are implicit.

**6) Answer: A**

Meaningful order is

4) Nominations

2) Polling

5) Counting of votes

1) Results

3) Sworn

**7) Answer: B**

**8) Answer: D**

**9) Answer: C**

Number of hours from 5 AM of a particular day to 10 PM on 4^{th} day = (19 + 24 + 24 + 22) = 89 hours

Clock loses 16 minutes in 24 hours

So, in 1 hour the clock loses 16/24 minutes

So, in 89 hours, the clock loses (16/24) × 89 minutes = 59.34 minutes which is nearly equal to 1 hour.

So, the original time on the 4^{th} day is **11 PM** when the clock shows 10 PM.

**10) Answer: C**