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For questions 1 to 4
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

The table given below shows the schedule of train from Delhi to Sasaram and number of passengers boarding from
each station.

Halt time (in Distance travelled No. of Passengers boarding


Station name Arrival time Departure time
minutes) from origin (in km) the train at each station

Delhi Starting point 12.05 am – 0 km 437


Aligarh 12.53 am 12.56 am 3 minutes 42 km 378
Kanpur 4.15 am 4.20 am 5 minutes 257 km 458
Lucknow 6.05 am 6.10 am 5 minutes 386 km 239
Amethi 6.43 am 6.45 am 2 minutes 422 km 290
Banaras 7.01 am 7.03 am 2 minutes 440 km 132
Mughalsarai 8.00 am 8.20 am 20 minutes 486 km 306
Sasaram 5.40 pm Ending point – 977 km None
1. What is the distance travelled by the train from Kanpur to 3. What is the ratio between the number of passengers
Banaras? boarding from Aligarh and from Mughalsarai in the train?
(a) 176 km (a) 21 : 17
(b) 188 km (b) 13 : 9
(c) 183 km (c) 21 : 19
(d) 193 km (d) 15 : 13

4. If the halt time (stopping time) of the train at Lucknow is


2. How much time does the train take to reach Mughalsarai
decreased by 2 minutes and increased by 23 minutes at
after departing from Amethi (including the halt time)?
Mughalsarai. At what time will the train reach Sasaram?
(a) 1 hr 59 min
(a) 6.10 a.m.
(b) 1 hr 17 min
(b) 6.01 p.m.
(c) 1 hr 35 min
(c) 6.05 a.m.
(d) 1 hr 15 min
(d) 6.50 p.m.
For questions 5 to 7
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

A, B and C are three workers who work together to complete a piece of work.
• B takes three times as long as A and C together to complete the work.
• C takes twice as long as A and B together to complete the same piece of work.
• The three men working together complete the work in 10 days.

5. How long would B take by himself to complete the same 7. How long would B and C together take to complete the same
piece of work? piece of work?
(a) 24 days 1
(a) 17 days
(b) 30 days 7
(c) 40 days (b) 21 days
(d) 36 days (c) 18 days
(d) 14 days

6. How long would A and B together take to complete the same


piece of work?
(a) 12 days
(b) 20 days
(c) 18 days
(d) 15 days
For questions 8 to 12
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

The pie charts given below show the distribution of the traded volume (in lots) and the turnover of six base metals
traded on the Commodity Market Exchange (CMX) on a particular day. Turnover is defined as the product of the
average traded price and the number of lots traded.

Volume Turnover
Tin, Aluminium,
Tin, Aluminium,
16.67% 25%
13.89% 22.22%

Lead, Lead,
13.89% 13.89%

Copper, Copper,
11.11% 16.67%
Nickel, Nickel,
13.89% Zinc, 18.52% Zinc,
19.44% 14.81%
8. If the average traded price per lot for Aluminum, Copper, 11. If the total turnover (in Rs. lakhs) of Nickel was 3704 and the
Zinc, Nickel, Lead and Tin was A, C, Z, N, L and T total volume (in lots) of all the six metals put together was
respectively, which of the following is true? 50000, find the average traded price (in Rs.) per lot of Lead.
(a) C > N > L > Z > A > T (a) 4000
(b) N > C > L > A > Z > T (b) 40000
(c) C > N > L > A > T > Z (c) 45000
(d) C > N > L > A > Z > T (d) 20000

9. If the traded volume (in lots) of Aluminum was 30000 and the 12. If the traded volume (in lots) of Copper was 35000 and the
average traded price per lot of Aluminum was Rs. 1.05 lakh, average traded price per lot of Copper was Rs.2.05 lakh, the
find the approximate turnover (in Rs. lakhs) of Zinc. turnover of Nickel is what approximate percent of the
turnover of Tin?
(a) 21000
(a) 133.33%
(b) 19500
(b) 33.33%
(c) 20000
(c) 75%
(d) 21500
(d) 121.67%

10. If the total turnover of Commodity Market Exchange (CMX)


on a particular day was Rs.36,000 lakh and total number of
lots traded was 7200, then find the average traded price of
Copper.
(a) Rs.6 lakh
(b) Rs.7.5 lakh
(c) Rs.2.5 lakh
(d) Rs.7.2 lakh
For questions 13 to 17
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

The table given below shows the data related to a few key financial indicators for fourteen European countries in the
FY 2017-18.
Inflation Long-term interest rate Debt to GDP ratio Fiscal-deficit
Country
(%) (% p.a.) (in %) (as a % of GDP)
Austria 2.2 3.4 70.2 4.8
Belgium 3.4 3.9 100.8 4.8
Cyprus 2.2 4.6 61.1 5.7
Denmark 2.2 3 46.6 4.6
Estonia 2.4 5.7 7.7 1.7
Finland 1.1 3.1 45.4 3.4
France 1.5 3.3 83.5 8
Germary 1.9 2.9 74.8 4.5
Italy 1.4 4.6 118 5.1
Latvia 1.2 7.5 48 8.6
Malta 1.7 4.4 72 3.8
Netherlands 1.1 3.1 64.6 5.6
Poland 2.4 5.9 53.9 7.3
Portugal 1.1 6.5 83.2 7.3
13. If the Fiscal-deficit of France was x Euros, which was 50% 16. If the Fiscal-deficit of Netherlands was k Euros, which is 60%
more than that of Belgium, then what was the Debt (in Euros) less than that of Germany, then what was the ratio of the
of Belgium in FY 2017-18? GDP of Netherlands to the GDP of Germany in FY 2017-18?
(a) 13x (a) 28 : 9
(b) 7x (b) 9 : 28
(c) 14x (c) 3 : 1
(d) 6.5x (d) 1 : 3

14. The countries with the Long-term interest rate less than 4% 17. If the ratio of the GDP of Denmark and Malta was 2 : 3, then
per annum, Debt to GDP ratio less than 60% and Fiscal- what was ratio of the Debt of Denmark to the Debt of Malta in
deficit not more than 4.6% were given a AAA rating. The FY 2017-18?
number of countries rated AAA among the fourteen in FY
(a) 231 : 541
2017-18 was
(b) 2 : 3
(a) 0
(c) 247 : 540
(b) 1
(d) 233 : 540
(c) 2
(d) More than 2

15. If the GDP (in Euros) of Finland was 50% more than that of
Italy, then by what percent was the Fiscal-deficit (in Euros) of
Italy more/less than that of Finland in FY 2017-18?
(a) 0
(b) 1.5
(c) 0.5
(d) 2.5
For questions 18 to 22
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

The line-graph given below shows the price (Rs. per kg) and quantity sold (in kg) of six different items.

Price Quantity

90 850 900
800 80
80 800

70 70 700

Quantity sold (in kg)


Price (Rs. per kg)

60 650 550 600

50 450 500
43 50
40 400

30 300
30
20 25 200
200
10 100

0 0
Wheat Rice Sugar Groundnut Cumin Coriander
18. What is the average price (in Rs.) per kg of wheat and rice 21. If the quantities sold of groundnut and cumin are
sold? interchanged, what will be the total cost of the quantities sold
for these two items together?
(a) 30
(a) Rs. 62,000
(b) 34
(b) Rs. 60,000
(c) 28
(c) Rs. 66,500
(d) 40
(d) Rs. 63,000

19. If cumin is sold at a 10% discount, the quantity sold doubles. 22. If the quantity of coriander sold is increased by 200% and the
What will be the cost of the total quantity of cumin sold on price per kg is reduced by 8%, what will be the total cost of
discount? coriander sold?
(a) Rs. 34,200 (a) Rs. 38,460
(b) Rs. 28,800 (b) Rs. 36,480
(c) Rs. 32,000 (c) Rs. 38,640
(d) Rs. 64,800 (d) Rs. 36,840

20. Out of the total quantity of sugar sold, half the quantity is sold
at the given rate while half the quantity is sold on a price
increased by 20%. What is the total cost of the entire quantity
sugar sold?
(a) Rs. 23,100
(b) Rs. 23,800
(c) Rs. 22,400
(d) Rs. 26,400
For questions 23 to 25
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

There are 30 students in Mrs. Sharma's class. They were given assignments in five different subjects. Out of these 30
students, two have not completed any of the five assignments. Five have not completed exactly four assignments, eight
have not completed exactly three assignments, eleven have not completed exactly two assignments and four have not
completed exactly one assignment.

23. What is the mean number of incomplete assignments in the 25. If there are 10 girls in the group of 30 students out of which
class? 4 of them have one incomplete assignment and six have two
incomplete assignments, then find the average number of
(a) 2.50
incomplete assignments among the boys in the group.
(b) 2.81
(a) 3.5
(c) 2.67
(b) 3.6
(d) 3.33
(c) 2.8
(d) 3.2

24. What is the absolute difference between the mode and the
median of the number of incomplete assignments in the
class?
(a) 1
(b) 0.5
(c) 0.7
(d) 1.2
For questions 26 to 30
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

The table given below shows the Product-wise Production of Petroleum Products (in metric tonnes) by various plants of
Indian Oil Corporation during 2016-17.

Product Guwahati Barauni Koyali Haldia Mathura Digboi Panipat


LPG 39.08 319.37 480.74 219.06 440.07 14.77 779.87
Motor Spirit 250.99 1154.53 2056 589.48 1434.99 88.82 1745.01
Naphtha 15.19 265.59 547.14 502.86 406.98 1.35 1617.24
ATF 37.09 0 349.94 401.61 591.03 0 1337.36
SKO 89.78 620.31 648 804.21 391.06 6.43 663.16
Diesel 630.46 3258.12 7122.9 2632.82 3336.61 302.3 7130.7
Furnace Oil 0 29.85 408.21 867.03 1290.25 50.92 370.86
Bitumen 0 3.48 443.12 576.72 771.87 0 404.93
Lube Oil 0 0 0 183.13 0 0 0
Coke 56.62 156.19 758.07 0 0 34.99 918.89
26. Which plants of Indian Oil Corporation do not produce at 29. If the plants are ranked according to the total quantity of all the
least three out of the above mentioned ten petroleum products, then which two plants are at first and second
products? positions?
(a) Panipat, Koyali (a) 1st : Panipat, 2nd : Koyali
(b) Guwahati, Dighboi (b) 1st : Mathura, 2nd : Haldia
(c) Barauni, Guwahati (c) 1st : Koyali, 2nd : Panipat
(d) Dighboi, Mathura (d) 1st : Haldia, 2nd : Koyali

27. What was the total quantity of Naptha and Furnace Oil (in 30. The production of which two products at all the plants put
metric tonnes) produced by the only plant of Indian Oil together were highest and lowest respectively?
Corporation that produces Lube Oil?
(a) Motor Spirit and Lube Oil
(a) 1268.64
(b) Diesel and Coke
(b) 1050.16
(c) Diesel and Lube Oil
(c) 1126.43
(d) Motor Spirit and Diesel
(d) 1369.89

28. Which plant of Indian Oil Corporation ranked lowest in the


production of at least five of the ten above mentioned
products?
(a) Haldia
(b) Mathura
(c) Digboi
(d) Panipat
For questions 31 to 34
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

The pie chart represents the number of Ongoing Projects in the country under the Department of Biotechnology for the
year 2015-16.

West Bengal, 150

Delhi, 360
Uttar Pradesh, 170

Telangana, 180 Haryana, 90

Karnataka, 260

Tamilnadu, 290

Kerala, 80
Orissa, 80
Maharashtra, 220
31. If half the Ongoing Projects from Telangana are shifted for 33. The total number of Ongoing Projects in Uttar Pradesh and
collaborative research to Karnataka and Maharashtra in the West Bengal form approximately what percentage of the total
ratio 4 : 5, then which among the following options represents number of Ongoing Projects in the country?
the given states in ascending order of their Ongoing
(a) 28%
Projects?
(b) 13%
(a) Tamilnadu < Maharashtra < Karnataka < Delhi
(c) 20%
(b) Maharashtra < Tamilnadu < Karnataka < Delhi
(d) 17%
(c) Delhi< Karnataka < Maharashtra < Tamilnadu
(d) Maharashtra < Tamilnadu<Delhi < Karnataka

32. If three-fourths of the Ongoing Projects in Delhi and 34. If 40 projects each from Tamilnadu and Maharashtra come to
Maharashtra have been sponsored by the Centre for an end and no new projects are added in the year 2016 - 17,
Agricultural Research, then find the number of projects not then the number of Ongoing Projects in Telangana forms what
funded by it. fraction of the total Ongoing Projects in the country in 2016 -
17?
(a) 120
(b) 135 2 1
(a) (b)
(c) 145 9 12

(d) 150 1 3
(c) (d)
10 10
For questions 35 to 37
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

Mr. Goel travels from Delhi to Agra by a passenger train. There was some railway track repair work going on at a
distance of 80 km from Delhi so the train had to slow down to 80% of its original speed. It continued the rest of its
journey at this slow pace and reached Agra 1.4 hours late. The next day Mr. Gupta travelled by the same train from
Delhi to Agra. This time the repair work was at a distance of 120 km from Delhi. Again the train slowed down and
travelled at 80% of its speed for the rest of the journey thereby reaching Agra 1 hour late.

35. What is the normal speed of the passenger train? 37. If the train starts from Delhi at 8:00 AM on a day when there
is no track repair work going on, then at what time does it
(a) 20 km/hr
reach Agra?
(b) 15 km/hr
(a) 2:48 PM
(c) 30 km/hr
(b) 4:48 PM
(d) 25 km/hr
(c) 3:28 PM
(d) 4:24 PM

36. What is the distance between Delhi and Agra?


(a) 240 Km
(b) 200 Km
(c) 220 Km
(d) 250 Km
For questions 38 to 42
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

A, B, C, D and E are five persons employed to complete a work W. Line graph shows the data regarding the time taken
by these persons to complete the work W. Table shows the actual time for which everyone of them worked on the work
W.

25

20
20
Time (in days)

18
15
15
10 12
10
5

0
A B C D E

Person Time (in days)


A 2
B –
C 3
D –
E 2

Note 1: All the persons worked on the work W for ‘whole number’ days.
Note 2: Two works P and Q are similar to work W and require same effort as required by work W.
38. A and C worked on work P working alternatively for 10 days. 41. If the ratio of number of days for which B and D worked on work
B and D then worked together for ‘x’ days. If 1/36 of the work W is 4 : 3, then find the difference between number of days for
was still remained, then find the value of ‘x’. which B and D worked.

1 (a) 2 (b) 3
(a) 1 days (b) 1 day
4 (c) 4 (d) 1

1
(c) 1 days (d) 2 days
3

39. E worked on work ‘Q’ for 5 days and the remaining work was 42. If C worked on work P with 5/4 times his given efficiency and
completed by A, B and D who worked on alternate days was assisted by B every 3rd day, then find the time taken by C
starting with A followed by B and D in that order. Find the to complete the work P.
number of days B worked for.
(a) 13 days (b) 12 days
(a) 2 (b) 4
1
(c) 9 (d) 3 (c) 9 days (d) 13 days
2

40. If A, C and E worked on work Q for 2 days each and the


remaining work was done by B and D. If the ratio of number
days for which B and D worked is in ratio 20 : 21, then find
the number of days for which B worked.

1
(a) 4 days (b) 4 days
2
1
(c) 5 days (d) 50 days
2
For questions 43 to 46
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

The bar graph given below shows the number of goods wagons of different types used by the Indian Railways during
2007-08 to 2013-14.

Covered Open High Sided Open Low Sided Tank Wagons Other Spl. Types

160000

135002
134413
129189
120715
140000

112373
104115

120000
98015
Number of wagons

100000

80000

63194
62157
59581
58256
54600
53751

53015

60000
25181

24383

40000
23992

20808

19031

15726

15167
8473

8410

7617

7588

7634

8445
20000
7016

7077

6611
5782

5845

6442
4275
3829

0
2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14
43. What was the increase in the number of Open High Sided 45. What was the total number of wagons used by Indian Railways
wagons used by Indian Railways from 2008-09 to 2012-13? during 2009-10?
(a) 32098 (a) 204154
(b) 39208 (b) 240154
(c) 32890 (c) 210454
(d) 30298 (d) 250414

44. The use of which type of wagons by Indian Railways has 46. By what percentage approximately did the number of covered
shown a decrease from 2007-08 to 2013-14? wagons used by Indian Railways increase from 2010-11 to
2013-14?
(a) Only Open Low Sided Wagons
(a) 7.5%
(b) Only Tank Wagons
(b) 8.5%
(c) Open Low Sided Wagons, Tank Wagons
(c) 9.5%
(d) Covered Wagons, Tank wagons
(d) 10.5%
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