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BANK PO (PHASE - II) MOCK TEST-50 (SOLUTION)

ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2.5x = 80250


(51-55) : D B F A C E 80250
51. (1) 52. (2) 53. (3) x = = 32100
2.5
54. (4) 55. (4)
Number of males in 2006 = 32100
61. (4) Replace slept with asleep. 82. (4) From question 93,
62. (5) Population in 2006 = 80250
63. (2) Replace its with their. The use of its Population growth rate = 7%
as a pronoun for employees is incorrect.
Population of Hamirpur in 2007
64. (4) Replace on with at. The correct phrase = 1.07 80250
is at the behest of.
= 85868 85870
65. (3) Replace has with have. The correct
83. (2) Productivity
expression is would....have.
Paddy production in tonnes
=
Total cultivable area
Maths
Average productivity of Hamirpur
33 6
76. (3) ? = 15 60% of = 2.5 tonnes per acre
7 5
60% of average productivity
60 - 33 6 60 = 0.6 2.5
= 5 100
= 1.5 tonnes per acre
4
Total Paddy production
22 18 675 - 72
= = = 1.5 tonnes per acre 2 lack acres
7 25 100 = 3 lakh tonnes
603 84. (4) The series is based on the following
= = 6.03 pattern:
100
77. (4) ? = 7275.84 + 124.518 889.4 2 3 + 5 = 11
= 7400.358 889.4 11 4 6 = 38
= 6510.958 38 5 + 7 = 197

5
197 6 8 = ; not 1172
78. (4) ? + 136 = 320 8 1174 7 + 9 = 8227
8227 8 10 = 65806
or, ? + 136 = 200
Clearly, 1172 is the wrong number and
or, ? = 200 136 = 64 it should be replaced by 1174.
or, ? = 64 64 = 4096 85. (1) The series is based on the following
79. (3) Sum of n natural numbers pattern:
n (n + 1) 16 + 12 = 17; not
=
2 17 + 22 = 21
30(30 + 1) 30(31) 21 + 32 = 30
= = 30 + 42 = 46
2 2
= 465 46 + 52 = 71
80. (3) Population of Hamirpur = 75000 71 + 62 = 107
Clearly, 19 should be replaced by 17.
Population below the age of 35
86. (3) The series is based on the following
60 pattern:
= 75000 = 45000
100
4 .5 = 2
81. (2) Population of Hamirpur in 2006 2 1.5 = ; not 3.5
= 1.07 75000 = 80250
3 2.5 = 7.5
(Population annual growth rate is 7%)
7.5 3.5 = 26.25
Male 1 26.25 4.5 = 118.12
=
Females 1.5 Clearly, 3.5 should be replaced by 3.
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87. (2) The series is based on the following 9876
pattern : 94. (3) ?= + 215.005 309.99
24.96
16 0.25 = 4
4 0.50 = 2 9875
+ 215 310
2 0.75 = 1.5 25
1.5 1.00 = ; not 1.75 = 395 + 215 310 = 300
1.5 1.25 = 1.875 95. (1) Weight of low quality of wheat in 1 5 0
Clearly, 1.75 should be replaced by 5. kgsof wheat
88. (1) Marks obtained by Meera in total 150 10
subjects = = 15 kgs.
100
100 60 80 40 130 50 Suppose that x kgs of good quality
= + + wheat is mixed.
100 100 100
150 90 120 90 80 60
According to the question,
+ + + (x + 150) 5
100 100 100 = 15
= 60 + 32 + 65 + 135 + 108 + 48 100
= 448 or, x = 150 kgs.
89. (4) Marks obtained by all the seven 96. (4) According to the question,
students A 4
= ... (i)
40 B 7
= (80 + 70 + 70 + 60 + 90 +
100
50
A 1 +
60 + 80) 100
8
40 and 25 = ... (ii)
= 510 = 204 B 1 - 7
100 100

204 From equations (i) and (ii),


Average marks = 7
= 29.14
Total earnings of A and B are unknown.
90. (2) Only two students, Kunal and Soni have 97. (5) Income of Company A in 2006
got 60% or above marks in all subjects. 100
91. (3) Total marks obtained by Kunal = ` 37.5 crores
110
60 90 40 70 130 60 = ` 34.09 crores
= + + +
100 100 100 Let the expenditure in 2006 be ` x
150 90 120 70 80 70 crores.
+ +
100 100 100 34.09 - x
20 = 100
= 54 + 28 + 78 + 135 + 84 + 56 = 435 x
Total marks = 60 + 40 + 130 + or, 0.2x = 34.09 x
150 + 120 + 80 or, 1.2x = 34.09
= 580 34.09
Required percentage or, x =
1.2
435 = ` 28.41 crores
= 100
580 98. (4) Profit/loss percentage of companies:
= 75 Company B:
92. (1) 42.5 - 32.5
93. (1Interest is compounded half-yearly. 100 =30.77% (profit)
32.5
10 Company C:
Hence, rate of interest = = 5%
2
35 - 45
No. of periods = 2 100 = 22.2% (loss)
45
Required amount
Company F :
2
5 32.5 - 25
= ` 15000 1 + 100 = 30% (profit)
100 25
21 21 Company A :
= ` 15000
20 20 37.5 - 27.5
100 = 36.36% (profit)
= ` 16537.50 27.5

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99. (5) Total expenditure of Companies C and 104. (5) I. 30x 49 x + 20 = 0
D together
= 45 + 40 (5 x 4) (6 x 5) = 0
= ` 85 crores
16 25
Total income of Companies C and D = x= ,x=
25 36
35 + 50
= ` 85 crore II. 42 y 5 y 25 = 0
100. (2)Expenditure of Company G in 2006
(6 y 5) (7 y + 5) = 0
45 100
=
120
25 25
y= ,y=
75 36 49
=`
2 105. (5) no relation can be established
= ` 37.5 crores I. x2 10 3 + 63 = 0
Income 37.5
10 = 100 (x 3 3 ) (x 7 3 )= 0
37.5
Income = ` 41.25 crores x=3 3,7 3
101. (3)Total income
II. y2 2 y 24 = 0
= 37.5 + 42.5 + 35 + 50
+ 40 + 32.5 + 50 (y 4 2 ) (y + 3 2 ) = 0
= ` 287.5 crores
y = 4 2 , 3 2
Total expenditure
= 27.5 + 32.5 + 45 (106-110) :
+ 40 + 45 + 25 + 45 E 6 36 6
= ` 260 crores 106. (4) =
I 10 I 10
287.5 - 260 I = 60 lakhs.
Profit % = 260
100
EA EA EA 8
= 10.57 107. (2) IA = 0.8 IA = 60 = 10
(102105) :
102. (5) EA = 0.8 60 = 48 lakhs
I. 20 x2 21 x + 12 = 0 PA = 60 48 = 12 lakhs
5x (4x-3) 4 (4x 3) = 0 EB 60 75
(4x 3) (5 x 4) = 0 IB = 0.75 IB 100
3 4 IB= 80 lakhs
x= ,
4 5 PB = 80 60 = 20 lakhs
II. 20 y2 y 12 = 0 Difference = 20 12 = 8 lakhs
(5 y 4 ) (4y + 3) = 0 EA
108. (4) In 2001, IA = 0.4
4 3
y= ,
5 4 EA = 0.4 50 = 20 lakhs
103. (1) I. 3x2 47 x + 184 = 0 Profit = 50 20 = 30 lakhs
(x 8) (3x 23) = 0
EB
23 In 2005, IB = 0.8
x = 8,
3
EB = 0.8 80 = 64 lakhs
II. 2 y2 23 y + 66 = 0 Profit = 80 64 = 16 lakhs
(y 6) (2 y 11) = 0 Net profit of A = 30 lakhs and B = 16 lakhs
11 30 16 14
y = 6, %= 100 = 100 = 87.5%
2 16 16

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109. (4) Ratio of expenditure to income of B in 124. (2) Statements :
2004 = 0.7 K > W > C < X ; L = K = False
Ratio of expenditure to income of A in W > C > L ; L < W = True
2005 = 0.5 125. (5) Statements :
0.7 0.5 R < A < M < S ; S > R = True
%= 0.5
100 = 40% S > M > T > Y ; Y < S = True
126. (1)
110. (5) Data is not sufficient to find the answer.
D>W>C>L
Conclusions :
REASONING I. D > L = True
111. (3) From statement I, II. L < D = False
127. (3) U > P = B = K > L
S Q Conclusions :
From statement II, I. K < U = Either conclusion I or II
II. U = L = Either conclusion I or II
P Q M 128. (3)
112. (3) 129. (4)
130. (3)
Project
Mission Guide
113. (3) Craft 131. (3) P A I N T E D

(114-115) : 132. (3) As,


A = 1 2 = 2 and B = 2 2 = 4
t
uc

Similarly, M = 13 2 = 26
eld

Output Result
od
Yi

MBA = 26 + 4 + 2 = 32
Pr

(133-137) :
114. (4)
115. (5) urban people prefer cars ve fm ab eg
profit for urban areas ab ep zi so
Expense
Rate people demand for hike zi qr cd ve
116. (2) hike in profit margin al jn ep cd
Price
133. (2) 134. (5) 135. (2)
Project 136. (3) 137. (1) 138. (1)
Mission Cuide 139. (5)
117. (4) Craft
140. (1) New arrangement is
1 9 L B 2 S 6 E G 4 D H 7 5 K 8 Q
(118-122) :
N A 3 C Z U J.
Hence thirteenth element from the right
Q S U end is H.
141. (4)
+2 1 +2 1 +2 1 +2 1 +3 2
T R
1 * 9 N A G D 4 7 @ 5 K # 8
142. (4)
W P +1 +1 +2 +1 +3 +1 +4 +1 +5 +1
V
& 1 9 L 2 S % 4 D 7 8 O N Z $
118. (4) 119. (4) 120. (5)
143. (3) Four th to the right of nineteenth
121. (1) 122. (5)
element from the left and is (19 + 4 = )
123. (4) Statements : iiiiiii23rd from left, i.e N.
R > U < J ; R > J = False 144. (3) %EG, $UJ
K > S = U > L ; L = K = False 145. (3)
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VOCABULARIES

Word Meaning in English Meaning in Hindi


Auspicious conducive to success; favorable 'kqHk

Resist withstand the action or effect of jksduk

Swoon in joy faint from extreme emotion of excitement ekjs [kq'kh ds ikxy gksuk

Deftly with quick and skilful movements prqjkbZ ls

Reeled back to fall or stagger backwards, as from a blow pfdr gksdj ihNs gVuk

Flung (fling away) to throw something especially with force isaQduk

Scorching hot enough to burn >qylkus okyk

Gaze a long steady look at somebody ?kwjus okyh utj

Faraway a long distance away cgqr nwj

Mementos an object kept as a reminder or souvenir of a person or event Le`fr fpUg

On the behest of according to a person's orders or command vkKk ls

Optimum most conducive to a favorable outcome; best. vkn'kZ

Grappling Trying hard to find a solution to a problem tw>uk

Reeling To seem to be spinning around and around pisV esa gksuk

Clumsiness the quality of moving or doing things in a very awkward way Hkkiu

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BANK PO (PHASE - II) MOCK TEST-50 (SOLUTION)

1. (5) 36. (1) 71. (4) 106. (4) 141. (4)


2. (1) 37. (2) 72. (2) 107. (2) 142. (4)
3. (2) 38. (5) 73. (1) 108. (4) 143. (3)
4. (2) 39. (4) 74. (1) 109. (4) 144. (3)
5. (3) 40. (2) 75. (3) 110. (5) 145 (3)
6. (4) 41. (4) 76. (3) 111. (3) 146. (2)
7. (3) 42. (1) 77. (4) 112. (3) 147. (1)
8. (1) 43. (2) 78. (4) 113. (3) 148. (3)
9. (2) 44. (4) 79. (3) 114. (4) 149. (1)
10. (2) 45. (5) 80. (3) 115. (5) 150. (2)
11. (1) 46. (2) 81. (2) 116. (2) 151. (3)
12. (2) 47. (2) 82. (4) 117. (4) 152. (1)
13. (3) 48. (1) 83. (2) 118. (2) 153. (2)
14. (1) 49. (1) 84. (4) 119. (4) 154. (1)
15. (1) 50. (4) 85. (1) 120. (5) 155. (1)
16. (1) 51. (1) 86. (3) 121. (1)
17. (2) 52. (2) 87. (2) 122. (5)
18. (2) 53. (3) 88. (1) 123. (4)
19. (2) 54. (4) 89. (4) 124. (2)
20. (5) 55. (4) 90. (2) 125. (5)
21. (2) 56. (3) 91. (3) 126. (1)
22. (3) 57. (2) 92. (1) 127. (3)
23. (3) 58. (5) 93. (1) 128. (3)
24. (1) 59. (3) 94. (3) 129. (4)
25. (1) 60. (1) 95. (1) 130. (3)
26. (3) 61. (4) 96. (4) 131. (3)
27. (2) 62. (5) 97. (5) 132. (3)
28. (4) 63. (2) 98. (4) 133. (2)
29. (2) 64. (4) 99. (5) 134. (5)
30. (3) 65. (3) 100. (2) 135. (2)
31. (4) 66. (5) 101. (3) 136. (3)
32. (1) 67. (3) 102. (5) 137. (1)
33. (4) 68. (4) 103. (1) 138. (1)
34. (3) 69. (2) 104. (5) 139. (5)
35. (5) 70. (1) 105. (5) 140. (1)

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