Monday, 25 September 2017

IBPS CLERKS EXPECTED MODEL PAPER 02 WITH ANSWERS

IBPS CLERK PRELIMS EXPECTED MODEL PAPER 2 WITH ANSWERS

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Rearrange the given six sentences / group of sentences (A). (B). (C). (D). (E) and (F) in a proper sequence so as to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the given question :

(A) His disciples thought for a while, then one of them said. “Because we lose our calm, we shout.”
(B) He turned to his disciples, smiled and asked. “Why do people shout at each other when they are in anger ?”
(C) Finally the saint explained. “When two peoole are angry at each other, their hearts distance a lot and to cover that distance they must shout to be able to hear each other, however when they are in love, their hearts are very close and even silence speaks a thousand words.”
(D) “But. why should you shout when the other person is just next to you ? You can as well tell him what you have to say in a soft manner”, said the saint. (E) A saint, who was visiting river Ganges to lake bath, found a group of family members on the banks, shouting in anger at each other. (F) The disciples gave some other answers but none satisfied the saint.

1. Which of the following should be the SIXTH (last) sentence after the rearrangement ?
  F
  A
  C  
  B
  E

2. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after the rearrangement ?
  A
  C
  B
  D
  E  

3. Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after the rearrangement ?
  E
  D
  B
  F  
  A


4. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after the rearrangement ?
  A
  B  
  F
  D
  E

5. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after the rearrangement ?
  A
  B
  C
  D  
  E
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Read the following passage carefully and answer the question Certain words are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

King Vikram was a noble king ­ kind to the poor, fair in his judgments and clever. But the king was ageing. “Who will look after my people after I am gone ?” “That is of concern to us too. Your Majesty !" replied the Ministers. In their heart of hearts each wanted to be chosen as heir to the kingdom. But the King knew that unlike himself his ministers were unjust to the poor. Finally the king decided to visit a sage. He left the palace unnoticed, dressed very simply so no one would recognise him and galloped away to the river bank. “Stay here till you receive enlightenment.”, said the sage. The king obeyed and following the

sage’s lifestyle stayed with him for a few days. Then one morning the King received enlightenment and returned to the palace. The next day. he issued a decree ­ ‘King Vikram wishes to adopt a young man. who will be heir to the kingdom. Anyone who feels worthy should appear before the king ten days from now.’ The news spread like wildfire. Each of the king’s ministers dreamed that his son would be chosen. Many others dreamed too.

Now at the far end of the kingdom, lived Siddharth with his grandmother. Everyone in the village loved him. His grandmother herself had taught him to be good and kind He too heard about the king’s decree. “Grandma.” he said. “I have never seen the king. It will probably be my only chance.” “You mean to appear before the king for the interview ? You are too poor son. They may not even allow you to enter the palace grounds.” answered his grandmother, feeling sorry for Siddharth “No. Just to see him. I will stitch a new coat and use all my savings to make the journey.” And so Siddharth went to the tailor who laughed at him. But Siddharth was not disheartened and made his preparations ­ he took some food, packed his coat and set off. He walked for a long time till he was exhausted and finally he reached the road for the city where the palace was located. He noticed a cart heading in that direction. The cart driver agreed to drop him at the city for a sum. He shared his lunch with the driver. Soon they were at the outskirts of the city and Siddharth willingly paid him the sum they had agreed on and jumped off. He continued his journey on foot looking wonderingly at the sights which were so different from the village and came to the palace gates. There was a long line of young men. grandly dressed, waiting As he was putting his coat on he saw an old man shivering with cold. “How dare you come here in front of the palace ! Begone shouted one. “Take this old man away. We are all dressed and waiting for the king !” complained another to the palace guards. Siddharth could not bear it and he took off his coat “Son you will have nothing to wear before the king.” “Helping someone is more important.” Siddharth replied.

The palace gates opened to a fanfare of music and one by one each young man passed before the king. It was funny for the king merely looked at them and smiled. He did not ask them a single question to everyone’s surprise. At last Siddharth was left. He fell on his knees “Hail mighty king I” Seeing his shabby condition some burst out laughing. But the king got up from his throne and placed the crown on Siddharth’s head. Siddharth was astonished and the people were open mouthed. “You have proven yourself worthy with your behaviour to the cart driver and the old man !” said the King. Siddharth lived happily at the palace with his grandmother and served his subjects faithfully.

6. Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word WORTHY given in bold as used in the passage.
  beneficial
  deserving  
  valuable
  profitable
  important

7. Which of the following is NOT TRUE in the context of the passage ?
(A) The sage refused to help King Vikram.
(B) To avoid enmity with his ministers King Vikram did not choose one of them as his successor.
(C) The King knew that Siddharth would be his heir before issuing the decree.

  Only(B)
  All (A), (B) & (C)
  Only(A)&(C)
  Only(C)   
  Only(B)&(C)

8. What was Siddharth’s response to being chosen king ?
  He was surprised but lived upto the King’s expectations.  
  He was intimidated by the responsibility and refused.
  He first discussed it with his grandmother and got her approval.
  He felt honoured but was unable to cope with the stress of being king.
  He felt it was a burden and disliked being king.

9. Which of the following can be said about Siddharth’s grandmother ?
(A) She had brought up her grandson well.
(B) She did not believe in her grandson’s intelligence and ability.
(C) She did not think the king was a good ruler.

  Only (A)   
  Only(C)
  All (A), (B) & (C)
  Only (B) & (C)
  Only (A) & (C)

10. Choose the word which is OPPOSITE in meaning to the word SIMPLY given in bold as used in the passage.
  easily
  costly
  richly  
  difficulty
  clearly
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11. Why did Siddharth give his coat to the old man ?
  Seeing the fine coats of the other c young men. he was ashamed of his own.
  He realised that the king had disguised himself as the old man
  His coat did not cost much and he did not need it.  
  He took pity on the old man and wanted to help him.
  He wanted to be the last to come into the king’s presence.

12. Why did the king not question any of those who applied to be his heir ? 
  The sage had not told him to question the applicants. 
  He had made enquiries and knew their reputations. 
  He knew he would not be able to tell if their answers were untruthful. 
  He had already tested them and had identified the successor he felt was suitable.   
  other than those given as options 

13. Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word UNLIKE given in bold as used in the passage.
  dislike
  unexpected
  different  
  desperate  
  doubtful
 
14. What lesson can be learnt from the story ? 
  One should be ambitious otherwise one will not get what one deserves. 
  If we have a good opinion about ourselves others will too. 
  We should make it known when we help those in need so that we get a reward. 
  One should make one’s own decisions and not seek advice. 
  When we help others, we ourselves benefit too.   

15. Choose the word which is OPPOSITE in meaning to the word FUNNY given in bold as used in the passage.
  happy
  mysterious
  comic
  normal   
  crying  

This sentence has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for the blanks which best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole :

16. He eats eggs every day even_____he knows that they are high______cholesterol. 
  when, with 
  after, of 
  though, in   
  while, over 
  If, among 

17. While_at the train station. Joe______that the train was late. 
   waiting, realised   
   standing, remembers 
   passing, understood
   reaching, noted  
   leaving, perceived

18. Sanjeev does not______to get his teeth cleaned, but he knows that it is_. 
  prefers, compulsory 
  wish, optional 
  desires, required 
  want, obligation   
  like, necessary 

19. Once there was a fox who was very______ and dreamt of______cream biscuits. 
 starving, baking 
  stubborn, cooking 
  hungry, eating   
  petite, gorging 
  greedy, grinding 

20. Should we start the class______or______for everyone to get here ? 
  soon, let 
  now, wait   
  instantly, stop 
  quickly, stay 
  immediately, remain 

Read this sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical mistake / error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. Mark the part with the error as your answer. If there is no error, mark ‘No error’ as your answer. (Ignore the errors of punctuation if any).

21. We looked (1)/ everywhere but (2)/ could not (3)/ found her. (4)/ No error (5) 
  We looked 
  everywhere but 
  could not 
  found her.   
  No error 

22. Although some (1)/ cats are dangerous. (2)/ most of (3)/ them are harmless. (4) No error (5) 
  Although some 
  cats are dangerous. 
  most of 
  them are harmless. 
  No error   

23. If you was (1)/ only one inch tall. (2)/ you could ride (3)/ a worm to school. (4)/ No error (5) 
  If you was   
  only one inch tall. 
  you could ride 
  a worm to school 
  No error 
24.They say if (1)/ you step on a stone. (2)/ you will end up (3)/ hurting your ankle. (4)/ No error (5) 
  They say if 
  you step on a stone 
  you will end up   
  hurting your ankle. 
  No error 

25.Silently, the old (1)/ man handed me (2)/ a photograph of (3)/ a beautiful women. (4)/ No error (5) 
  Silently, the old 
  man handed me 
  a photograph of 
  a beautiful women.   
  No error 

In the given passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. Against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

A man had lost his way in the forest one bitter winter’s night. As he was roaming about, a sage came up to him and (26) that he had lost his way. promised to give him lodging for the night and guide him out of the forest in the morning. As he went (27) to the sage’s house, the man brought both his hands to his mouth and kept blowing on them. “What do you do that for ?” asked the sage. “My hands are numb with the cold.” said the man. “and my breath (28) them.” After this they arrived at the sage’s home and soon the sage put a smoking dish of porridge (29) him. But when the man raised his spoon to his mouth he began blowing upon it. “And what do you do that for ?” asked the sage. “The porridge is too hot. and my breath will cool it.” “Out you go,” said the sage. “I will have everything to do with a man who can blow hot and cold with the same (30)”

26. ­ 
  said 
  asked 
  looking 
  guessed   
  finding 
27. ­ 
  along   
  before 
  together 
  quickly 
  immediately 

28. ­ 
  hot 
  warms   
  wets 
  freezes 
  stops 

29. ­ 
  forward 
  at 
  before   
  to 
  front 

30. ­ 
  time 
  house 
  hands
  breath    
  frequency

31. 120% of 950 - 4/5 of 360 + 75% of 480 = ?
  1352
  1472
  1122
  1572   
  1212  

32.

33. 

34. 136.25 × 8.4 + 1.2 × 62.25 = ? − 185.25 
  1545.85 
  1680.25 
  1404.45   
  1650.55 
  1504.85 

35. 15390 ÷ 54 ÷ 15 = ? 
  19   
  18 
  15 
  16 
  17 

36. 20 ÷ 22.5 × 81 + 43.6 × 2.5 = ?2 + 102 
  7 
  8 
  9   
  8.5 
  9.5 

37.  3/5 of 5/66 of 11/13 of ? =156
  4356
  4540
  4056  
  4160   
  4450

38. 3.6 × 2.5 + 4.4 × 2.2 − 2.8 × 3.5 = ? 
  8.86 
  8.22 
  8.78 
  8.88   
  8.96 

39.
  





Month


Store A

Store B


Store C

Store D

Store E

Store F































January


284

223


245

115

251

326































February


313

287


295

274

325

248































March


308

284


236

237

184

269































April


269

248


293

171

197

319































May


227

256


279

215

193

281






































40. Number of books sold by store B in April is what percent less than number of books sold by store F in January ? (Rounded off to nearest integer)
  28
  22
  18
  26   
  24  

41. What is the difference between total number of books sold by all the given stores together in February and total number of books sold by all the given stores together in May ?
  291  
  317
  295
  287   
  309

42. What is the average number of books sold by all the given stores in March ? 
  249 
  245 
  257
  253    
  261












Refer to the following table and answer the given question :





Month


Store A

Store B


Store C

Store D

Store E

Store F































January


284

223


245

115

251

326































February


313

287


295

274

325

248































March


308

284


236

237

184

269































April


269

248


293

171

197

319































May


227

256


279

215

193

281






































43. Total number of books sold by store D during all the given months together is what percent of the total number of books sold by store E during all the given months together ?
  90
  92
  86
  94   
  88  

44. What is the respective ratio between total number of books sold by stores B and C together in January and total number of books sold by stores C and F together in April ?
  15 : 19
  13: 17  
  11 : 17
  9 : 11   
 13 : 19
 

45. A, B and C entered into a partnership by investing Rs.66,000/­. Rs.48,000/­ and Rs.39,00O/­ respectively. All of them invested for equal period of time. If A got Rs.31,504/­ as his share of annual profit, what amount did C get as his share of annual profit ?
  Rs.18,616/­  
  Rs.18,848/­
  Rs­19,236/­
  RS.17,084/­
  Rs.19,818/­

46. Number of students in colleges P & Q were in the ratio of 8 : 25 respectively in 2011. In 2012 the no. of students in college P increased by 45% and the no. of students in college Q increased by 36%. then what was the respective ratio between no. of students in colleges P & Q in 2012 ?
  28 : 83
  29 : 83
  28 : 81
  29 : 85    
  27 : 28

47. If a man runs at 8kmph from his house he misses the train at the station by 13 minutes. If he runs at 12 kmph he reaches 7 minutes before the departure of the train. What is the distance of the station from the man’s house ? (in km)
  8  
  7
  9
  6.5   
  7.5

48. The sum of the digits of a two­digit number is 13 and when the digits of the two­ digit number are
interchanged, the new number is 45 more than the original number. What is the original two digit number ?
  49  
  94
  85
  58
  Cannot be determined

49. What will be the compound interest on Rs. 19,400/­for 2 years, the rate of interest for first year being 6% and for the second year being 20% ?
  Rs.5276.80  
  Rs.5164.80
  Rs. 4856.40
  Rs.4988.20
  Rs. 5372.40

50. The average weight of 60 students in a class is 48 kg. 8 of them whose average weight is 46 kg left the class and another set of 8 students whose average weight is 56 kg joined the class. What is the new average weight of the class ? (in kg)



51. A man can row 17 kmph downstream and 14 kmph upstream What is the speed of the man in still water? (in kmph)
  15
  15.5  
  16
  16.5   
  17.5

52. What is the respective ratio between area of a circle whose diameter is 49 m and the area of the triangle whose base is equal to the diameter of the circle and height is 42 m ?
  11 : 8
  13 : 10
  11 : 6  
  17 : 14  
  3 : 2

53. Sujeet invested an amount with company Y for two years @ simple interest rate 20 p.c.p.a The entire amount obtained from company Y after two years he invested with company Z @ compound interest rate 10 p.c.p.a. for two years If the amount finally received by him was Rs.93170/­. what was the amount invested by him originally with company Y ?
  Rs.65,00O/­
  Rs.55,00O/­  
  Rs.46,000/­
  Rs.45,00O/­
  Rs.50,00O/­

54. A certain number of capsules were purchased for Rs. 192/­. 8 more capsules could have been purchased in the same amount if each capsule was cheaper by Rs 4/­. What was the number of capsules purchased ?
  24
  12
  16  
  8   
  18

55. A is 75% more efficient than B. In now many days will ‘A’ and ‘B’ working together complete a piece of work which ‘A’ alone takes 12 days to finish ?
56. In what respective ratio must Cedric mix two varieties of juices costing Rs.86/­ per litre and Rs.64/­ per litre, so to get a mixture worth Rs.74/­ per litre ?
  5 :8
  5 :6  
  7:6
 10 : 13   
  9 : 8

57. 56 workers can finish a piece of work in 24 days. If the work is to be completed in 14 days, how many extra workers are required ?
   40  
  42
  28
  32
  36

58. The difference between the length and breadth of a rectangle is 9 m. Breadth of the rectangle is equal to the side of a square whose area is 529 sq m. What is the perimeter of the rectangle ? (in m)
  110  
  108
  116
  118  
  96

59. Some chocolates were distributed among 4 friends A. B. C and D such that the respective ratio of chocolates received by A to chocolates received by C was 8 :13. B received 37 more chocolates than A and D received 41 more chocolates than C. If B received 17 more chocolates than C. how many chocolates did D receive ?
  93  
  91
  87
  97   
  89

60. Rishav was asked to find 9/11th of a fraction but made the error of dividing the fraction by 9/11. As a result of this, he was off the correct answer by 100/297 What answer was Rishav supposed to arrive at ?

What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the given number series ?

61. 9, 13, 21, 37, 69, ? 
  135 
  133   
  123 
  125 
  121 

62. 6480, 3240, 1080, 270, 54, ? 
  12 
  10 
  11 
  9   
  8 

63. 6, 10, 34, 178, 1042, ? 
  6226 
  6236 
  6336
  6166   
  6286  

64. 5, 6, 27, 160, 1169, ? 
  12660 
  11600   
  13820 
  10400 
  10602 

65. 5, 12.5, 32.5, 105, 427.5, ? 
  2145   
  2153.5 
  3605.5 
  2435 
  2865.5 

In this question two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II have been given. You have to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

66. Statements :
No colour is a white. Some black are whites.
Conclusion I: No black is a colour
Conclusion II: Some blacks are colours
  only Conclusion II is true
  only Conclusion I is true
  both Conclusions I and II are true
  either Conclusion I or II is true    
  neither Conclusion I nor II is true

67. Statements :
All nations are countries. All countries are villages.
Conclusion I: All nations are villages
Conclusion II: Atleast some villages are countries
  both Conclusions I and II are true  
  neither Conclusion I nor II is true
  either Conclusion I or II is true
  only Conclusion II is true   
  only Conclusion I is true

68. Statements :
Some clicks are sounds. No sound is a buzz.
Conclusion I : No buzz is a click
Conclusion II: All sounds are clicks
  only Conclusion I is true
  neither Conclusion I nor II is true  
  both Conclusions I and II are true
  only Conclusion II is true   
  either Conclusion I or II is true

 69. Statements :
Some rains are clouds. Some clouds are hails.
Conclusion I: All hails are clouds
Conclusion II: All hails being rains is a possibility
  only Conclusion I is true
  only Conclusion II is true  
  either Conclusion I or II is true
  both Conclusions I and II are true   
  neither Conclusion I nor II is true

70. Statements :
All letters are words. Some words are paragraphs.
Conclusion I:  Atleast some letters are paragraphs
Conclusion II: All words are letters
  only Conclusion I is true
  only Conclusion II is true  
  both Conclusions I and II are true
  neither Conclusion I nor II is true   
  either Conclusion I or II is true

Study the following information and answer the given question:

M is the mother of T. T is the brother of S is the mother of J. J is the brother of Z. Z is the son of D. D is the son of L. L is the mother of K.

71. How is L related to S ? 
  Cannot be determined 
  Father in law 
  Father 
  Mother ­in ­law   
  Mother

72. How is T related to Z ? 
  uncle   
  Father 
  Aunt 
  Cousin 
  Mother 

73. How many meaningful English words can be formed with the letters ‘RASC’ using all the letters, but each letter only once in each word ?
  Two
  None
  one  
  Three
  More than three

This question consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and choose the most appropriate option.

74. Is B the Sister of S ?
Statement I: J is the brother of Q. Q is the daughter of I.I is married to S. S is the son of M. M is the mother of B. B is the aunt of J.
Statement II: K is the father of B. K is married to M. M is the mother of S. S is the father of J. J is the son of I. I is the sister­ in ­law of B.
==>The data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question
==>The data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to anwer the question
==>The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I
alone are not sufficient to answer the question
==>The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question  
==>The data in both statements I and II

75. How far and in which direction is point E from point A ?
Statement I: Point A is 5 m to the south of point B. Point S is the midpoint of line formed by joining points A and B. Point C is 5 m to the east of point B. Point D is 2.5 m to the south of C. Point E is the midpoint of line formed by joining points D and S.
Statement II: Point C is 5 m to the west of point H. Point I is the midpoint of line formed by joining points C and H. Point G is 5 m to the south of point I. Point F is 5 m to the west of G. Point E is to the north of point F. Point A is to the west of point F.
==>The data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question
==>The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question
==>The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question  
==>The data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
==>The data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question

76. Five friends­A. B. C, D and E are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Who sits to the immediate left of E ?
Statement I: A sits second to the right of E. Only one person sits between C and D. B is not an immediate neighbour of A.
Statement II: D sits second to the left of E. D is an immediate neighbour of both A and B. B is not an immediate neighbour of C.
==>The data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question
==>The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question
==>The data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question
==>The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question
==>The data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question  

77. On which day (of the same week ­ from Monday to Sunday) does Samiksha go for her singing classes ?
Statement I: Samiksha’s brother correctly remembers that she goes for her classes after Tuesday but before Saturday and that she does not have her class on Thursday.
Statement II: Samiksha’s father correctly remembers that she goes for her classes after Wednesday but before Sunday and that she does not have her class on Saturday.
==>The data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question  
==>The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question
==>The data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question
==>The data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question
==>The data in statement I alone are r sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question

Study the information carefully and answer the question:

A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular area at equal distances between each other, out not necessarily in the same order Some of the people are facing the centre while some face outside
(i.e. in a direction opposite to the centre).

A sits to immediate left of H. H faces outside. Only three people sit between A and G. F sits second to right of E. E is not an immediate neighbour of G. Both the immediate neighbours of B face outside. Both the immediate neighbours of D face outside. B is not an immediate neighbour of G. Both the immediate neighbours of E face same direction as B (i.e. if B faces the center then both the immediate neighbours of E also face the center and vice versa), immediate neighbours of C face opposite directions (i.e. if one person faces the center then the other faces outside and vice versa).

78. What is C’s position with respect to A ? 
  Third to the left 
  Second to the left   
  Fifth to the left 
  Third to the right 
  Fourth to the right 

79. Which of the following is true regarding D as per the given seating arrangement ?
  B sits to immediate right of D
  C sits third to right of D  
  E is one of the immediate neighbours of D
  D faces the center
  Only two people sit between D and F

80. How many people in the given arrangement face the center? 
  Two   
  Three 
  One 
  Five 
  Four 

81. Who is sitting to immediate left of F ? 
  B 
  G 
  A 
  C   
  D 

82. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given seating arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?
  E  
  H
  G
  B
  D

Study the following information and answer the given question :

Six people ­ E. F, G. H. I and J have a different height. I is shorter than only two people. F is taller than E but not the tallest. G is taller than only J. The one who is second tallest has a height of 160 cms. The one who is second shortest has a height of 150 cms.

83. Who amongst the following possibly has a height of 148 cms ? 
  E 
  Either H or G 
  Either E or I 
  J   
  G 

84. Who amongst the following is the third shortest ? 
  H 
  E   
  J 
  I 
  F 

85. Which of the following is true with respect to h as per the given information ? 
  h definitely has a height of 160 cms. 
  h possibly has a height of 162 cms.   
  All the given statements are true. 
  h is taller than i but shorter than J. 
  Only one person is taller than H. 

Study the information and answer the given question : In a certain code language

‘study for good education’ is written as. ‘na ol ts bk’ ‘marks after good education’ is written as. ‘ru bk na ij’ ‘marks later education first’ is written as. ‘bk Ij sr dj’ ‘first learn for knowledge’ is written as ‘ts sr xn pn’ (All the codes are two letter codes only)

86. What does the code ‘ts’ stand for in the given code language ? 
  for   
  good 
  study 
  education 
  first 

87. What may be the code for ‘marks are good in the given code language ? 
  na ts Ij 
  Ij zu bk 
  Ij sr na 
  dj mu na 
  na Ij qu   

88. What is the code for ‘learn’ in the gien code language ? 
  lj 
  pn 
  dj 
  xn 
  either xn or pn   
89. What is the code for ‘study later’ in the given code language ? 
  ol lj 
  xn lj 
  xn lj 
  dj ol   
  xn ol 

90. What is the code for ‘first’ in the given code language ? 
  dj 
  ts 
  sr   
  xn 
  lj 

Study the following information and answer the question :

Seven Friends, namely T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z have an entrance test on seven different days of the same week namely. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Each friend also likes a different car namely Alto. Zen. Sumo. Omni. Ritz. Santro and Indica but not necessarily in the same order.

T likes Ritz and has a test on Thursday The one who likes Omni has a test immediately before Y. The one who has a test on Monday likes Indica. Z has a test immediately before U. Z does not have a test on any of the days before T and does not like Sumo. X does not have the test immediately before Y W has a test on Sunday and does not like both Alto and Sumo. The one who likes Santro does not have a test on any of the days after T.

91. Which of the following represents the day on which X has his test? 
  Friday 
  Saturday 
  Tuesday 
  Monday   
  Wednesday 

92. Based on the given arrangement, which of the following statements is TRUE ? 
  All the given statements are true 
  Only three people have their tests between V and Z. 
  X has his test on one of the days before Y.   
  The one who likes Zen has his test immediately after V. 
  The one who likes Santro has a test immediately before W. 

93. Which of the following cars does Z like ? 
  Alto
  Zen 
  Omni 
  Santro 
  indica 

94. Which of the following combinations is definitely correct ? 
  W­ Sunday­Alto 
  Y ­ Tuesday ­ Santro 
  u ­ Saturday ­ Sumo   
  V ­ Monday ­ Indica 
  Z­Wednesday ­ Omni 

95. Four of the following five form a group as per the given arrangement. Which of the following does not belong to that group ?
   T­Friday
  U­Sunday
  Y­Monday  
  V­Wednesday
  X­Tuesday

In this question, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statement and select the appropriate answer.

96. Statements: L ≥ N = V ≥ O = E
Conclusion I: E = L
Conclusion II: E < L
  neither Conclusion I nor II is true
  either Conclusion I or II is true  
  only Conclusion II is true
  both Conclusions I and II are true   
  only Conclusion I is true

97. Statements : R = I ≤ S ≥ E > D ≤ M
Conclusion I: I ≤ M
Conclusion II : D < I
  only Conclusion II is true
  neither Conclusion I nor II is true  
  both Conclusions I and II are true
  only Conclusion I is true   
  either Conclusion I or II is true

98. Statements : N > U = M ≤ B < Z = T
Conclusion I: T > U
Conclusion II : N > Z
  only Conclusion I is true  
  only Conclusion II is true
  both Conclusions I and II are true
  either Conclusion I or II is true   
  neither Conclusion I nor II is true

99. Statements : O ≥ K > L = M; T ≤ K
Conclusion I: T ≤ O
Conclusion II: K > M
  neither Conclusion I nor II is true
  only Conclusion II is true
  both Conclusions I and II are true  
  either Conclusion I or II is true   
  only Conclusion I is true

100. Statements : O ≥ K > L = M; T ≤ K
Conclusion I : T ≤ M
Conclusion II : M < O
  either Conclusion I or II is true   
  only Conclusion I is true  
   both Conclusions I and II are true
  only Conclusion II is true  
  neither Conclusion I nor II is true


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