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BANK PO PHASE-I MOCK TEST-35 (SOLUTION)


REASONING (86–90) : After careful analysis of the given input
(8–14) : and various steps of rearrangement, it is evident

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that two words are rearrange in each step. The
O words starting with Vowels are arranged from the
W R left in the reverse alphabetical order and words
starting with consonants are arranged from the

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N M right in alphabetical order.
Input : gem stat ace cast omit fan rate uncut
T P era input
Q Step I : uncut gem stat ace mit fan rate era
input cast
8. (3) 9. (2) 10. (3)
Step II : uncut omit gem stat ace rate era input
11. (2) 12. (2) 13. (4)
fan cast
14. (5) Step III : uncut omit input stat ace rate era gem
15. (1) A M E R I C A C A I M A E R fan cast
¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ Step IV : uncut omit input era stat ace rate gem
5 4 67 3 1 2 1 2 34 5 6 7
Like that,
G E RMA N Y N Y AE G R M
m fan cast
Step V : uncut omit input era ace stat rate gem
fan stat
21. (3) Option (3) is the final arrangement.
¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ 22. (1) The word ‘rate’ is at sixth place from the
5 4 67 3 1 2 1 2 34 5 6 7 left in the step III.
(16–17) : 23. (1) It is step II.
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24. (4) There is one word between ‘omit’ and
‘era’. Therefore, ‘ace’ would be related
Gliders × Airplane
to ‘gem’,
Parach utes Helicopters 25. (5) Step V is the last step.
26. (4) From both the statements, we could not
16. (2) I. × find the answer.
II. P>O>N
17. (1) I. L>M
II. 30. (4) From both the statements gender of
bhart is not clear.
31. (1) Statements :
Updates
Mails M > A > B = Q < P < J < Y; Z > A > X
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18. (1)
Chats Conclusions :
I. B < Y True
I. II. X > J False
II. × 32. (5) Statements :
(19–20) : M > A > B = Q < P < J < Y; Z > A > X
Conclusions :
Stone × Metal Papers I. Z = Q Either I or II
Glasses II. Z > Q Either I or II
33. (1) Statements :
19. (2) I. ×
G < R = A < S; T > R
II.
Conclusions :
20. (4) I. I. G < S True
II. × II. S > T False

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34. (2) Statements : 42. (2) (1000)9 ÷ 1024 = (10³)9 ÷ 1024
P = U > M < K < I > N; D > P; I > C = 1027 ÷1024
Conclusions : = 10(27 –24)
I. M < C False = 10³
II. N > U False = 1000
35. (3) Statements : 43. (3) {(476 + 424)² – 4 × 476 × 424 }

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P = U < M < K < I > N; D > p; I > C = {(476)² + (424)² + 2 × 476 × 424 – 4 ×
Conclusions : 476 × 424}
I. D > K False = {(476)² + (424)² – 2 × 476 × 472}
II. I > P True = (476 –424)²

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= 2704
44. (2) Ratio of 1 day work of Kumar and Dinesh,
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36. (4) Price of 10 apples = ` 1 1 1
= : =2:3
Price of 1 apple = ` 0.1 3 2
Price of 12 apples = ` 0.1 × 12 = ` 1.2
Selling price of 1 dozen apples with a 2
Share of Kumar in wages = × 150
2+3
(100 + 25)
profit of 25% = 1.2 × = `1.5 = 2 × 3 0 = ` 60
100
37. (3) Difference between the numbers = 45. (2) To find out the size of the containers,
we will have to find out the HCF of 493
1.8×10 = 18
Numbers having difference 18, when
digits are interchanged are, (13, 31), (24,
42), (35, 53), (46, 64), (57, 75), (68, 86),
m litres, 551 litres and 435 litres.
HCF of 493, 551 and 435 = 29
Therefore, size of container = 29 litres
(79, 97) Required no. of contains
From the above number pairs, difference (493 + 551 + 435)
between the digit is 2. = = 51
29
Length of train
38. (2) Speed of train =
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Time taken in crossing a signal pole 5400 ´ 100
Interest×100
46. (2) Principal = =
300 Rate×Time 12 ´ 3
= m/s
18 = ` 15,000
Time taken by the train to cross a 47. (5) Let present age of son = X years
platform 4 years ago age of son = (X – 4) years
Length of platform + Length of train Hence, age of father = 3(X – 4) years
= Present age of father = [3(X – 4) + 4] years
Speed of train
From the question,
Let length of platform is x m. Sum of their ages aftger 4 years will be
300 + x 64 years.
39 = Now,
300
18 (X + 4) + [3(X– 4) + 4 + 4] = 64
X + 4 + 3X – 12 + 8 = 64
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300 4X = 64
39 × = 300 + x
18 Therefore, present age of father
300 + x = 650 = 3 (16–4) + 4 = 3 × 12 + 4 = 36 + 4 = 40 years
x = 650 – 300 48. (3) Let the three consecutive numbers are
x = 350 m. n, (n +1) and (n + 2)
39. (2) 8796 × 233 + 8796 × 77 = 8796 × (223 + 77)
Now, 2 × n + 3 × (n +1) + 4× (n + 2) = 182
= 8796 × 300
= 2638800 2n + 3n + 3 + 4n + 8 = 182
40. (2) 3251 + 587 + 369 – ? = 3007 9n + 11 = 182
4207 -? = 3007 9n = 182 – 11
? = 4207 – 3007 9n = 171
? = 1200 n = 19
41. (4) 287×287 + 269 × 269–2 × 287 × 269
Therefore, numbers are 19, 20 and 21.
= (287–269)²
[Using formula, a² + b²–2ab = (a–b)²]
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49. (1) Quantity of mixture = 729 litres 53. (3) In the year 1999,
Given ratio = 7 : 2 import99 : export99 = 0.8
Quantity of milk in the mixture i.e. import99 : export99 = 4 : 5
If there is x between the ratio, then import
7 = 4x and export99 = 5x
= 7 + 2 ×729 = 7 × 81 = 567 liters
( ) In the year 2000.

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import00 : export00 = 0.8
Quantity of water in the mixture
i.e. import00 : export00 = 4 : 5
2 then import00 = 4y and export = 5y
= 7 + 2 × 729 = 2 × 81 = 162 litres Since, total export = ` 72 crore
( )

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export99 + export00 = 5x + 5y = 5(x+y)
Let X litres of water be added. Now, 5(x + y) = 72
567 7 72
Now, 162 + X = (x+y) =
( ) 3 5
Now, total import = import99 + import99
3 × 567 = 7 × (162 + X)
= 4x + 4y
1701 = 1134 + 7X = 4(x+y)
7X = 1701 – 1134
72
7X = 567 =4×
5

50.
X = 81

(1) Given ratio is 3 : 5 : 7


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Amount of extra water to be added = 81 litres 54.
= ` 57.6 crore
(2) The exports of company B with relation
to imports were maximum in the year
Let there be x between the ratio 2004.
Hence, number of 1 ` coin = 3x 55. (5) Ratio of export to import in the year 2003
number of 50 paise coin = 5x is 1.3.
and, number of 25 paise coin = 7x Import 13
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Therefore, =
Export 10
1 1
Now, 3x × 1 + 5x × + 7x × = 145
2 4 Import 13
=
77 10
5x 7x
3x + + = 145 13 ´ 77
2 4 Import = = ` 100.1 crore
10
12x + 10x + 7x 56. (1) Required average
= 145
4 3297 + 2523 + 2860 + 2660 + 2770 + 2665 + 2899
=
7
29x
= 145 19674
4 =
7
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145 ´ 4 = $ 2810.57 million


x=
29 = $ 2810.6 million
x=5×4 57. (2) Required average value
x = 20 3034 + 3210 + 3106 + 3200 + 2984
=
Hene, number of 1 ` coin = 3 × 20 = 60 5
51. (2) Imports of the company A will be more 15534
than export when the value of the ratio =
5
of import to export is more than 1. = $ 3106.8 million
Such years are 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2005. (2860 - 2523)
Therefore, number of years = 4 58. (5) Required % = ×100%
2523
52. (1) Exports of the company B will be more
than import when the value of the ratio 337
= × 100%
of export to import is less than 1. 2523
Such year is 1998. = 13.35%
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59. (5) Required change in trade gap 65. (1) The pattern of the number series is :
12 × 1 = 12
(2770 -2665)
= ×100% 12 × 1.5 = 18
2770
18 × 2 = 36
= 3.79% decrease
36 × 2.5 = 90
60. (1) Required difference

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90 × 3 = 270
= (3464+3034+3210) – (3106 + 3200 + 2984)
270 × 3.5 = 945
= 9708– 9290 = 418
66. (4) The given data are inadequate.
61. (2) The pattern of the number series is :
67. (5) From statement II,

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9 × 2 + 1 = 18 + 1 = 19
If the age of Rani = x years, then
19 × 2 + 2 = 38 + 2 = 40
Surekha's age = 2x years
40 × 2 + 3 = 80 +3 = 83
 x + 2x = 72
83 × 2 + 4 = 166 + 4 = 170
 3x = 72 years
62. (5) The pattern of the number series is :
72
(980 ÷ 2) – 6 = 484  x= = 24 years
3
(484 ÷ 2) – 6 = 236
 Rani's age = 24 years
(236 ÷ 2) – 6 = 112
As per the given infor mation in
(112 ÷ 2) – 6 = 50

63. (3)
(50 ÷ 2) – 6 = 19
m
The pattern of the number series is :
8×1+1=9
68. (2)
stat ement I, Nidhi's age can be
determined.

69. (5) Let Mr. Mehta's present income be ` x.


9 × 2 + 2 = 20 From statement I and II, 10% of x = 2500
20 × 3 + 3 = 63
10
63 × 4 + 4 = 256  x× = 2500
100
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256 × 5 + 5 = 1285
 x = 2500 × 10 = ` 25000
256 × 5+ 5 = 1285
70. (3) From statement I, Speed of the bus
1285 × 6 + 6 =7710 + 6 = 7716
64. (4) The pattern of the number series is : Distance coverd
= Time Taken
(1015 ÷ 2) + 0.5 = 507.5 + 0.5 = 508
(508 ÷ 2) + 1 = 254 + 1 = 255 80
(255 ÷ 2) + 1.5 = 127.5 + 1.5 = 129 = = 16 kmph
5
(129 ÷ 2) + 2 = 64.5 + 5 = 66.5 As per the information in statement II,
(129 ÷ 2) + 2.5 = 33.25 + 2.5 = 35.75 the speed of the bus can also be
determined.
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VOCABULARIES

Word Meaning in English Meaning in Hindi

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Dire Very serious [kkSiQukd] Hk;kud
Presage (of an event) be a sign or warning that (something, iwoZlwpuk] iwoZYk{k.k
typically something bad) will happen

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Gloom A state of depression or despondency volkn] va/sjk
weather To come safely through a difficult period or experience cqjs le; ls mcjuk
(something)
Persuasive Able to persuade somebody to do or believe something izsjd
Lay out To present a plan, an argument, etc. clearly and carefully [kkdk
Bleak (of a situation) not encouraging or giving any reason to fujk'kktud] mnkl
have hope
Clique A small group of people who spend their time together and xqV

Chugging
Unveil
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do not allow others to join them
To move making the sound of an engine running slowly
To show or introduce a new plan, product, etc. to the public
e'khuh vkokt djuk
vukoj.k djuk] jgL;ksn~?kkVu
Concede To admit that something is true, logical, etc. Lohdkj djuk
Kick in To begin to take effect izHkko esa ykuk
Inopportune Happening at a bad time csoDr] vlkef;d
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Hold off To not do something immediately Vkyuk] jkssds j[kuk
Woes Great sorrow or distress fo"kkn] 'kksd
Momentous (of a decision, event, or change) of great importance or egRoiw.kZ] izHkko'kkyh
significance, especially in its bearing on the future
Forge ahead To move forward quickly; to make a lot of progress quickly rsth ls vkxs c<+uk
Shamble To walk in an awkward or lazy way, dragging your feet /hjs&/hjs iSj jxM+rs gq, pyuk
along the ground
Scorching Being too hot >qylkus okyk
Feasibility The quality of being possible and likely to be achieved laHkkO;rk] O;ogkfjd
fuank djuk
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Deplore To strongly disapprove of something and criticize it,


especially publicly
Comply To obey a rule, an order, etc. ikyu djuk
(with something)
Churn out To produce something quickly and in large amounts eaFku djuk
Lawsuit A claim or dispute brought to a court of law for adjudication eqdnek] vfHk;ksx
Disseminate Spread or disperse widely izlkfjr djuk] iSQykuk
Curtailment The act of limiting something or making it last for laf{kIr djuk
shorter time
Promptly Without delay rqjar
Cripple Seriously harming or damaging something/somebody iaxq@v'koÙk dj nsuk
Exotic From or in another country fons'kh
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BANK PO PHASE -I MOCK TEST - 35 (ANSWER KEY)

1. (4) 26. (4) 51. (2) 76. (3)

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2. (3) 27. (3) 52. (1) 77. (5)
3. (3) 28. (5) 53. (3) 78. (3)
4. (2) 29. (2) 54. (2) 79. (1)

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5. (3) 30. (4) 55. (5) 80. (2)
6. (4) 31. (1) 56. (1) 81. (3)
7. (4) 32. (5) 57. (2) 82. (5)
8. (3) 33. (1) 58. (5) 83. (5)
9. (2) 34. (2) 59. (5) 84. (1)
10. (3) 35. (3) 60. (1) 85. (4)
11. (2)
12. (2)
36. (4)
37. (3)
m 61. (2)
62. (5)
86. (5)
87. (4)
13. (4) 38. (2) 63. (3) 88. (3)
14. (5) 39. (2) 64. (4) 89. (3)
15. (1) 40. (2) 65. (1) 90. (2)
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16. (2) 41. (4) 66. (4) 91. (5)

17. (1) 42. (2) 67. (5) 92. (3)

18. (1) 43. (3) 68. (2) 93. (2)

19. (2) 44. (2) 69. (5) 94. (4)

20. (4) 45. (2) 70. (3) 95. (1)

21. (3) 46. (2) 71. (3) 96. (1)

22. (1) 47. (5) 72. (4) 97. (5)

23. (1) 48. (3) 73. (1) 98. (3)


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24. (4) 49. (1) 74. (2) 99. (4)

25. (5) 50. (1) 75. (4) 100. (4)

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