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101. There are 2 questions based on the same data. Answer
the questions based on the given information.

A marketing company requires a qualified engineer with a
management degree. The candidate must:

Be a graduate with at least 55% marks.

Hold on an MBA degree with a minimum of 50% marks.

Have secured at least 55% marks in Sr. Secondary
Examination. This condition will be relaxed up to 5% if the candidate has two
year experience of working with a reputed company.

Should have at least one year’s experience as an engineer.

If he/she fulfills all other conditions except (4) but has
an additional diploma in computers or I.T his/her case is to be referred to the
General Manager.

If he/she fulfills all other conditions but has marketing
degree instead of the condition given at (3) his/her case is to be referred to
the Managing Director.

Not be of age greater than 30 years.

Can the given candidate be selected?

Amir aged 26 has done B.tech in I.T in first class. He
has done MBA from IGNOU in first class. He is currently working with Beta
industries as Technical Officer where he has held this post for the last three
years. He scored 56% in the Sr. secondary examination.

a.
The candidate is to be selected. B. The candidate
is not to be selected.

c. Insufficient data d. The candidate is to be referred to the General
Manager.

102. Hari Rai is a 27 years old B.tech graduate from
I.P.University. He has also done M.B.A from IIM Indore. He secured 65% marks in
his Sr. Secondary Examination. He has been working with a reputed engineering
company, Chennai for the last 3 years.

a. The candidate is to be selected. B. The candidate is not to be selected.

c. Insufficient data d.
The candidate is to be referred to the General Manager.

103. Two friends X and Y start a race. X runs 12 km towards
east and then 18 km towards south. Y runs 2 km towards south and then 20 km
towards south-east. How far are they from each other now?

a. 0 km b. 1 km c.
2 km d. 6 km

104. Choose the answer option that arranges the given set
of words in the ‘most’ meaningful order. The words when put in order should
make logical sense according to size, quality, quantity occurrence of events,
value, appearance, nature, process etc.

1. Cotton 2.
Plant 3. Cloth 4. Yarn 5. Shirt

a. 2, 1, 4, 5, 3 b.
2, 4, 1, 3, 5 c. 2, 1, 4, 3, 5 d. 2, 4, 3, 1, 5

105. The question consists of a problem question followed
by two statements I and II. Find out if the information given in the
statement(s) is sufficient in finding the solution to the problem.

Problem question: Who is the fastest among the 3 workers
X, Y and Z?

1.
X and Y together take 12 minutes to paint a room

2.
X, Y, and Z together can complete the work in 17
minutes

a.
Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the
problem question.

b.
Statement II alone is sufficient in answering
the problem question.

c.
Both statements put together are sufficient in
answering the problem question.

d.
Both statements even put together are not
sufficient in answering the problem question.

e.
Either of the statement is sufficient in
answering the problem question

106. The question consists of a problem question followed
by two statements I and II. Find out if the information given in the
statement(s) is sufficient in finding the solution to the problem.

Problem question: The value of p

^{2}-2qr can be found if:
Statements:

1.
The value of p+q is given

2.
The value of q+r is given

a.
Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the
problem question.

b.
Statement II alone is sufficient in answering
the problem question.

c.
Both statements put together are sufficient in
answering the problem question.

d.
Both statements even put together are not
sufficient in answering the problem question.

e.
Either of the statement is sufficient in
answering the problem question

107. The question consists of two statements- A and B.
find out if the information given in the statement(s) is sufficient to find the
solution to the problem.

Given:

A: Probability of finding a Red marble is the same as
that of a Green marble but is double that of finding a Yellow marble.

B: There are 6 Green marbles in the jar.

1. if the question can be answered by using statement A
alone but not by using B alone

2. if the question can be answered by using statement B
alone but not by using A alone

3. if the question can be answered by using either
statements alone

4. if the question can be answered by using both the
statements together but not by either statement alone

108. Evaluate : log

_{5}^{3}17^{6}
a. 2 log

_{5}17 b. log_{5}17 c. log_{5}17^{18 }c. 0.5 log_{17}5 e. 2 log_{125}17
109. If a=5 and b=4 then, what is the value of lof(a-b)(a

^{2}-b^{2}-2b)?
a. -1 b. 0 c. 1 d. undefined

110. Pick the odd man out.

a. ACFJ b.
CEHL c. PRUY d. SUXZ