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Directions: Give the synonyms for the following words

1. Depreciation: deflation, depression, devaluation, fall, slump

2. Deprecate : feel and express disapproval,

3. Incentive : thing one encourages one to do (stimulus)

4. Echelon : level of authority or responsibility

5. Innovation : make changes or introduce new things

6. Intermittent : externally stopping and then starting

7. Detrimental: harmful

8. Conciliation : make less angry or more friendly

9. Orthodox: conventional or traditional, superstitious

10. Fallible : liable to error

11. Volatile : ever changing

12. Manifest: clear and obvious

13. Connotation : suggest or implied meaning of expression

14. Reciprocal: reverse or opposite

15. Agrarian : related to agriculture

16. Vacillate : undecided or dilemma

17. Expedient : fitting proper, desirable

18. Simulate : produce artificially resembling an existing one.

19. Access : to approach

20. Compensation: salary

21. Truncate : shorten by cutting

22. Adherence : stick

23. Heterogeneous: non similar things

24. Surplus : excessive

25. Assess : determine the amount or value

26. Cognizance : knowledge

27. Retrospective : review

28. Naive : innocent, rustic

29. Equivocate : tallying on both sides, lie, mislead

30. Postulate : frame a theory

31. Latent : dormant, secret

32. Fluctuation : wavering,

33. Eliminate : to reduce

34. Affinity : strong liking

35. Expedite : hasten

36. Console : to show sympathy

37. Adversary : opposition

38. Affable : lovable or approachable

39. Decomposition : rotten

40. Agregious : apart from the crowd, especially bad

41. Conglomeration: group, collection

42. Aberration: deviation

43. Augury : prediction

44. Creditability : ability to common belief, quality of being credible

45. Coincident: incidentally

46. Constituent : accompanying

47. Differential : having or showing or making use of

48. Litigation : engaging in a law suit

49. Moratorium: legally or officially determined period of delay before fulfillment of the agreement of

paying of debts.

50. Negotiate : discuss or bargain

51. Preparation : act of preparing

52. Preponderant : superiority of power or quality

53. Relevance : quality of being relevant

54. Apparatus : appliances

55. Ignorance : blindness, in experience

56. Obsession: complex enthusiasm

57. precipitate : speed, active

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Directions: In the following questions complete the series

NOTE: This section is quite tough and consists of 26 questions to be done in 10 minutes.

Please keep track of time.

1. A C B D E F G I - I H K J L

Ans. H

2. A I Z B E Y C I X D I - G E N J W

Ans. W

3. A D G J M P - R W T S

Ans. S

4. A B C E F G I J K - M L O N P

Ans. M

5. A B F G K L P Q - T S V U W

Ans. U

6. J W X U V S T - Q P S E T

Ans. Q

7. A R H X Y T D T W S T - N P T K R

Ans. P

8. F M B I P Z V I E V - I R Y O U

9. N Z I Y C X KW F - J F V M Y

Ans. V

10. A A S A S P A S P K A - R Q T S U

Ans. S

11. A E C P S - T R U E

Ans. U

12. B B P R D D L N F F I K - H Q J I K

Ans. H

13 A Z E X I V M T - R Q N S O

Ans. Q

14. A B D G K P - L I W U X

Ans. U

15. B C D A E G H I F J L M N L K N M O

Ans. K

16. X W E F G V U H I J K - P N S R T

Ans. T

17. O D J T O P Q N O E R T - Q O U V W

Ans. O

18. P R N U U P E J R B B - H V U N E

Ans. E

19.L U L M G M N F N P S - O N Q P S

Ans. P

h0MERlCAL A8lLl7Y

1. 420% OF 7.79 = ?

Ans. 32.718

2. 3427 / 16.53 = ?

Ans. 202

3. 10995 /95 = ?

Ans.115.7365

4. 43+557-247 =?

Ans. 353

5. 3107*3.082= ?

Ans. 9591

6. 48.7 + 24.9 - 8.7 = ?

Ans. 64.90

7.525.0/47.8 = ?

Ans. 11

8. (135-30-14)*7 - 6 +2 = ?

Ans. 3

9. 3/8 * 5.04=?

Ans. 1.89

10. 697 /219 = ?

Ans. 3.18

11.8/64 +64/16 =?

Ans. 4.14

12. 298 * 312 / 208 = ?

Ans. 453.54

13. 0.33 *1496 /13 = ?

Ans. 37.98

14.0.26 + 1/8 = ?

Ans. 0.385

15. 66.17+1/3= ?

Ans. 67.03

16. 2.84+1/4= ?

Ans. 3.09

17. 33% OF 450 = ?

Ans. 148.5

18. 907.54 / 0,3073= ?

Ans.3002

19.There are two categories of persons in ratio A:B = 2:3. A type earns 2.5 dollars/hr and B type 1

dollar/hr total money earned by both is 24dollars. Then what is the total number of persons

Ans. 15

20. Total balls are z, the number of red balls is n and the remaining are blak balls,then the % of black

balls equal to ?

Ans. (z - n) / z*100

21. If A = C, B = 2D what should be done to make the ratio same. i.e.a/b = c/d

Ans. Multiply A by 2

22. If P=Total number of components, Q = number of defective components .What is the % of non

defective components?

Ans. (p-q) / p*100

23. If the cost of an article is x , first discount given is y% of cost, second discount given is z% of cost

.The selling price of x is

Ans. x (1-y / 100) (1- z / 100)

24.Which of the following are prime numbers

(a) 119

(b) 115

(c) 127

(d) none

Ans. (c)

25. A / B = C; C > D then

(a) A is always greater than D

(b) C is always greater than D

(c) B is always less than D

(d) None of these

Ans. (a)

26. If B>C and A

Ans. ( A + B )C

27. If for H hours of work the salary is S and the employee gets x hours of medical leave, then what is

the salary/hr ?

Ans. s/H-x

28. ( 1/6 of 596) / (0.695) = ?

Ans. 142

29. 35-30 + 4/7 - 5 + 1 = ?

Ans. 3

30. 10995 + 95 = ?

Ans. 11090

31. If on a salary of Rs."S" per month,one has to pay one tax of x Rs. and a second type of tax of y Rs

then % of salary taken home is?

Ans. s-(x+y)/s * 100

32. B>A then which expression will be highest value

(a) A-B

(b) AB

(c) A+B

(d) Can't Say

Ans. (b)

33. K, L are men who take home a salary of x, y respectively.The total amount taken home is

Ans. Kx + Ly

34. If out of X bulbs y bulbs are broken;The % of non broken bulbs

Ans. (x-y) / x*100

35. If on a salary s per month, a tax of x% of the salary and another of r% of the salary is deducted

what

is the income.

Ans. s*(1-(x+r)/100

36. 0.512 * 18902358 =?

Ans. 9678007.296

37. If the % of defective balls is 10% balls,and the number of defective balls is 5.The number of balls

is

Ans.50

38. 6.29% of 2.8 =?

Ans. 0.18

39. 0.398 * 456= ?

Ans. 181.49

40. 0 < x < 1 which is greater

(a) 1/x2

(b) 1/x

(c) x

(d) x2

Ans. (a)

41. If c = a/b; a-1 = c, what is the relation between a and b?

Ans. b = a/a-1

42. What is the sum of 7 consecutive odd numbers with 27 as the fourth number

Ans.189

L0wChAR7 3EC7l0h

Directions: There are 7 flow charts and each has 5-6 blank rectangles/diamonds with

sub question number in the rectangle/diamond. You have to fill the blank from the

5 options given against respective question number

NOTE: These types of questions are not at all tough. You have to understand the logic and

then it is very easy to fill the blanks. Some information is provided for getting to the

answers. There will be blanks which have to be filled.

Examples of flow charts asked to be filled :

(1) There are 3 boxes of 3 balls each. you have to select the heaviest among all.

(2) There are red and black balls in a box. You select some balls from the blocks. If the ball chosen is

red then you get one point. If the chosen ball is ball black and previous ball is red then you get two

points. For winning u have to get seven points. No point for selecting consecutive balls of the same

color.

(3)Classify objects in class A, class B and scrap. for classing you have to do different tests such as

weight test, material test etc.

(4)There is production process in which action depends on temperature and pressure and we have

some temperature and pressure controls. Draw a flowchart to complete the process.

(5)Find max. and min. of the 12 nos. in an array. Arrange the array in ascending order and find the

maximum and

minimum value in the array

(6)Different age group are given and also different salary slabs are given. Depending on the salary

group as well as his group you have to classify the group of people in particular class

1. Add 79H and 86H and tell the contents of flags

2. Scr is used for _____ ( ac, dc , both )

3. Push pull amplifier is used to remove which harmonics ( even , odd , both )

4. PAM is demodulated using ___ ( low pass filter , high pass filter )

5. 16k memory is needed. How many chips with 12 address buses and 4 data buses are needed.

6. AM wave is detected using _________ detector

7. Which flip flop is used for shift registers

8. Program counter does what __ (stores a memory address, address of the present instruction)

9. In a bistable multivibrator communication capacitor is used for ______ ( speed up response , ac

coupling)

10. Totem pole is what?

11. Time constant for an integrator and differentiator should be ( small , high etc.)

12.TV waves are __ ( sky waves , space waves etc.)

13.Which configuration has highest i/p imp. ( ce , cb , cc )

14. Parabolic antenna with 2degree angle. What is its directivity.

15. Given 10 mhz pe modulation and we got a 100 mhz band. How many channels can be there.

16. If o/p power is doubled by how much does the sound increase ( 1db,2db,3db )

1. Find the odd one out

Eg: a) entice,lure,allure,alarm.

select the odd one out.

b) evince,press,exort,spur.

2.synonyms(majority of the questions)

Eg: Vivacious.

3.Analogies.

eg: If symphony : compose then

a) playwrite : play

b) child : mother

4.Four sentences will be given.For example, a)....

b)....c)...d)....

You have to arrange them in such a way that they form a meaningful paragraph.

5.Question related to alphabets.

A F G T

E G W O +

-------

1 2 3 0

-------

the above is just an example and not a question appeared in the test.

6.Antonyms

Placate

a)abet

b)enrage

c)witness

d).....

7.Questions from 'C' language(only 2 to 3 of them)

int x = 10,y=15,z = 5;

int i;

i = x<y

printf("%d",i);

There will be no problem with the written test if you have prepared for GRE and also good vocabs.

The above are the questions that I was able to get from my classmates.I hope this will be of some use

to all of you. here will be no questions from 11th and 12th standard subjects as it was in the previous

year.

egarding the interview,there will be a compulsory HR and Technical interview(in any order) for all the

short listed candidates.Be strong in your 'C' programming skills.Also,make sure that you take with you

your project reports(if you have done any).This might be useful to impress the interviewers.Then be

strong in Operating Systems,if you had that in your academics.Do not ever say that,"I will be able to

write down the logic,but not the program".Two of my friends told this and they were not selected.

Be Be careful while filling in the resume given by them.The columns in the resume are,for example

1.Where do you think you have to improve yourself?

2.Why have you chosen WIPRO?

3.Your strengths and weaknesses.

HR questions will be from your resume

The aptitude test consisted of 45 questions to be answered in 45 mins..

Most of the questions were English (difficult to understand the questions itself!!!)

All questions were mixed up.(here the questions are not in order)

Some of which I can remember are as follows:

1.antonym of PARSIMONIOUS:

b.generous

ans.b

2.to arrange sentences to form a logical paragraph

3.If MARCH is coded as HCRAM ,then ELBAC is coded as

a.TABLE

b.CABLE

ans : b Freshersworld.com

4. Two clocks A & B..B falls by half a minute every hour while A is correct. Both of them show the

correct reading at 8:00AM .If the time shown by clock B is 1:57 P.M., what is the time shown by clock

A?

a.3:00A.M

b.3:00PM

c.2:00PM

d.2:00A.M

5.For deadlock to occur what are the conditions which are necessary?

a.mutual exclusion

b. hold & wait without .emption

c.circular ..

d.all of the above

6.analogy .TADPOLE:FROG

a.tumble:fall

b.swell:pain

7.chose the critical word: PERSISTENT,FREQUENTLY,CONSTANT,(some more words were given, I

dont rememberJ).

a.often

b.perpetual

8.Fill in the blanks with appropriate word/words:

She was not chosen to be the secretary as she was not _________

a.vivacious

c.versatile

9.select sentences so that the third statement can be concluded from the first two.

10.Fill in the blanks with appropriate word/words:

11.which of the following is not a "dynamic data structure

a.tree

b.binary ..

c.array

d.none of the above

12. Question from congestion control topic:

Ans: source quench.

13. Interchanging + and / also 2 and 3 , which of the following expressions are true?

(easy)

14. Interchanging + & / also 10 & 5, which of the following expressions are true?

(easy)

15.about doubly likn list : to delete a node to the right of p , which of the following is true?

a.p->right=p->right->right;p->right->right->left=.

d.none of the above

16. A long puzzle about 4 people Lewis, Frank ,.going to meet 4 people :insurance agent, consultant,

money lender, share broker in a building with 4 floors(G+3floors).

Lewis meets share broker who is above money lender, money lender is not on 1st floor.

Frank meets insurance agent who is below consultant..

Some more conditions were given.which floor is the share broker ?

a.G floor

b.1st floor

c.2nd floor

d.3rd floor

ans: 3rd floor (check out the answer)

17. An island where the people speak 1 sentence truth & other is false..3 people on island: GOL , TOL

,BOL.. One of them was carrying a snake on his shoulder.

2 sentences by each were given..who is the snake charmer?

Ans:BOL (check it out)

18.compiler is used to convert _____ to _____

a.low level language , high level language

b.high level language ,low level language

c.both a & b

d.dependent on the compiler.

19.the best case & worst case merge sort algorithm (I dont remember the q properly)

a.O(n),O(logn)..(some ans os this sort were givenJ)

20.void main()

{

char *p=sHello;

printf("%s,p);

}

what is the o/p?

a.sHello

b.s

c.Hello

d.error

21. Tcp/ip is

a)connectionless

b)connection oriented

c)both a & b

d)none

ans b

22.Process has memory divided into how many parts?

a.7

b.3

c.10

d.memory is undivided

23.one more question on correcting the error in the given sentence

24.given 4 words, to find out the odd one out..

..: discord: ..: ..

25.small passage was given..the inference from the passage is ?

paper :01

Campus Recruitment at NIT Durgapur : AUG -2003

Mind Here in our Institute within 30 minutes 45 questions were to be answered.

There was no negative marking.

Question Pattern:

[1] Jumble sentences are given ,order the sentences to make a meaningful paragraph

[2] Sentences are given , order the sentences to make conclusion that follows from the options

given(Say 5 sentences are given out of which 2 are causes and rest is result , like fallacy in logic) .

[3] Analogies.

[4] Opposite meaning.

[5] Point out the error in a given sentence.

[6] C ( Follow `Test your C skills `).

[7] Data Structure.

[8] Operating System.

[9] Network.

[10]Puzzles(1-2),Critical reasoning(1-2).

e can not remember all the questions exactly as time was very short .Here are some of

the questions ( Not in order).

1. A topic on Gandhijis Salt Satyagrah Movement

Four sentences were given and you have to arrange them to make a paragraph.

Ans. CABD (Check it out).

2. What cant be changed by the user program (Four choices were there).

Ans. Memory Map (Check it out).

3. In which layer ROUTING is performed ?

Ans. Network Layer

4. What is the output of the following code snippet

main()

{

printf(5+Fascimile);

}

Ans. mile

5. What is the output

Intcount=10,sum=0,*temp;

Temp=&count;

Sum=? &count;( It was actually given temp=? &count; which is probably wrong)

Printf("sum=%d count= %d temp=%d ",sum,count,*temp);

Ans. C (most expected answer ,check it)

6.Which one has no L-Value

[i] a[i]

[ii] i

[iii] 2

[iv] *(a+i)

Ans . [iii]

6. In threaded binary for which traversal orders unused left and right links are used?

Ans.

7. Which is false for binary tree?

[i] Any node should have two children.

[ii]

[iii] At fourth level the number of node should be less than 16.

Ans.

8. Which is true for binary search ?

[i] Traversal scheme

[iii]Greedy algorithm

[iv] Divide and conquer algorithm

Ans. [iv]

9. What is the protocol used for getting the physical address by supplying IP address of a node ?

[i] ARP

[ii] RARP

[iii] BOOTP

[iv] DHCP

Ans. [i]

10. If DELHI is coded as CCIDD then how BOMBAY will be coded?

11. Opposite meaning of SPUR.

12. Opposite of HARBINGER .

Ans. Follower

13. Opposite meaning of PROTRUSION.

Ans.

14. Opposite meaning of RESTIVENESS.

Ans.Docility.

15.Find the odd one in a given analogy

Ans. Mundane.

16 . Find the analogy : SURPRISE : EXCLAMATION

Ans. Dismay:groan.

17) Find the analogy : Plateau : Taxonomy.

18)Question from congestion control topic:

Ans: source quench.

19) Question from kernel mode:

Ans:Disable Interrupts.

20) which one is a page replacement algorithim.

[i]fifo

[ii]

[iii]Least recently used.

[iv]All of above.

21)Using two numbers And interchanging + and * there was a question.

Ans:(iii)(some expression=22).

22)For each hour an watch is going slow by 30 seconds.Now time is

8a.m.What will be the actual time at 8p.m.

Ans:ii)7:54.

23)Question regarding while loop.

Ans:(iii).

24)Alphabetical order L,M,.(cant remember)

Ans:F.

25)One puzzle:(I cant exactly remember this question giving brief idea of this question)there were

four guys A,B,C,D. the older and younger relation is given . U have to find the age of the A.

Ans: 7 years(check it out).

26)Fallacy question: six sentences are given.

Ans: [i].

28)Nine people six floor. Conditions are given.(This was a very long paragraph).Peoples named like

I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q.

Ans:i)J.

29)A question regarding node.

Ans:iii)

30) problem regarding age of father and son(very easy problem u can solve it).

31)Point out error in the follwing sentence:I got the book in the office and slipped it out.

[i]I got the book.

[ii] in the.

[iii]office and .

[iv] slipped it out.

Ans:[iv].

32)Point out error:(about a flowers garden)

ans:(I cant remember the options).answer will be "among on another.</y

If x and y are the two digits f the number 653xy such that this number is divisible by 80,

then x+y is equal to:

(i) 2

(ii) 3

(iii) 4

(iv) 6

Solution:

Since 653xy is divisible by 2 as well as by 5, so y = 0

Now 653x0 is divisible by 8 so 3x0 is also divisible by 8.

By hit and trial x=6 and x+y = 6

(I am thankful to the contributors below on pointing out mistake in the answer.)

Quantitative Aptitude Test Question 2

The smallest number which when diminished by 3 is divisible by 21,28,36 and 45 is...

(i) 869

(ii) 859

(iii) 4320

(iv) 427

Solution:

The required number = l.c.m. of (21,28,36 ,45)+3=1263

Quantitative Aptitude Test Question 3

If 1.5x=0.04y then the value of (y-x)/(y+x) is

(i) 730/77

(ii) 73/77

(iii) 7.3/77

(iv) None

Solution: x/y = 0.04/1.5 = 2/75

So (y-x)/(y+x) = (1 - x/y)/(1 + x/y) = (1 - 2/75)/ (1 + 2/75) = 73/77

Quantitative Aptitude Testing Question 4

The average age of a class is 15.8 years. The average age of boys in the class is 16.4 years

while that of girls is 15.4 years. What is the ratio of boys to girls in the class?

(i) 1:2

(ii) 3:4

(iii) 3:5

(iv) None of these

Solution:

Let the ratio be k:1.

Then k*16.4+1*15.4 + (k+1)*15.8 (16.4-15.8)k = 15.8 - 15.4 k=0.4/0.6 = 2/3 so

required ratio = 2:3

Mr. Ankit from India has corrected the answer as:

Then k*16.4+1*15.4 = (k+1)*15.8 (16.4-15.8)k = 15.8 - 15.4 k=0.4/0.6 = 2/3 so

required ratio = 2:3

You may respond to him at the post below with his name.

Quantitative Aptitude Testing Question 5

If one-seventh of a number exceeds its eleventh part by 100 then the number is.

(i) 770

(ii) 1100

(iii) 1825

(iv) 1925

Solution:

Let the number be x. Then X/7 - x/11 =100 11x-7x = 7700 x=1925.

Quantitative Aptitude Test Question 6

The ratio of Rita's age to her mother's age is 3:8. The difference of their ages is 35 years.

The ratio of their ages after 4 years will be:

(i) 7:12

(ii) 5:12

(iii) 38:43

(iv) 42:47

Solution:

Let their ages be 3x and 8x

8x - 3x =35

x =7

Their present ages are 21 and 56 years.

Ratio of their ages after 4 years are 25:60 = 5:12

Quantitative Aptitude Test Question 7

Gold is 19 times as heavy as water and copper is 9 times as heavy as water. In what ratio

should these be mixed to get an alloy 15 times as heavy as water?

(i) 1:1

(ii) 2:3

(iii) 1:2

(iv) 3:2

Solution:

Let 1gm of gold be mixed with x gm of copper to give (1+x)gm of the alloy.

1G=19W, 1C = 9W and alloy = 15W 1gm gold + xgm Copper = (1+x)gm alloy 19W+9Wx =

(1+x)*15W x = 4W/6W = 2/3

So ratio of gold and copper is 1:2/3 or 3:2

Quantitative Aptitude Test Question 8

A tap can fill the tank in 15 minutes and another can empty it in 8 minutes. If the tank is

already half full and both the taps are opened together, the tank will be:

(i) filled in 12 min

(ii) emptied in 12 min

(iii) filled in 8 min

(iv) emptied in 8 min

Solution:

Rate of waste pipe being more the tank will be emptied when both taps are opened.

Net emptying workdone in 1min =(1/8 -1/16)= 1/16

So full tank will be emptied in 16 min

Half tank will be emptied in 8 minutes.

Quantitative Aptitude Test Question 9

A man can row 5 kmph in still water. If the river is running at 1kmph, it takes him 75

minutes to row to a place and back. How far is the place?

(i) 3km

(ii) 2.5 km

(iii) 4 km

(iv) 5 km

Solution:

Speed downstream = (5+1)km/hr = 6 km/hr Speed upstream = (5-1)km/hr = 4 km/hr Let

the required distance be x km x/6 + x/4 = 75/60 2x+3x = 15 x = 3km

Quantitative Aptitude Test Question 10

729 ml of a mixture contains milk and water in ratio 7:2. How much of the

water is to be added to get a new mixture containing half milk and half water?

(i) 79 ml

(ii) 81 ml

(iii) 72 ml

(iv) 91 ml

Solution:

Milk = (729 * (7/9))=567ml

Water = (729-567)= 162ml

Let water to be added be x ml 567/(162+x) = 7/3 1701 = 1134 + 7x x = 81ml

ote:

Discussion on Answer to Question No.10 has taken a long time. Different visitors gave

different answers. However, majority of the visitors have contributed that the answer should

be 405 ml of water as:

The quantity of milk in the mixture is

7/(7+2) X 729

= 7/9 X 729

= 567mL

The quantity of water then shall be

729 - 567 = 162mL

If the final mixture would contain half milk and half water, there must be equal quantity of

both.

So in order to make up for water, we'll need to add

567mL - 162mL= 405mL of water

The L.C.M. (Lowest (or Least) Common Multiple) of two numbers is 45 times to their H.C.F

(Highest Common Factor). If one of the numbers is 125 and sum of L.C.M. and H.C.F. is

1150, the other number is:

a) 215

b) 220

c) 225

d) 235

Solution: Let L.C.M. be l and H.C.F. be h. Then l = 45h

l + h =1150

This gives h =25 and l = 1125

Thus the second number = (25 * 1125)/125 = 225

athematical Aptitude Test Question 2

Six bells commence tolling together and toll at intervals 2,4,6,8,10 and 12 seconds

respectively. In 30 minutes how many times they toll together.

a) 4

b) 10

c) 15

d) 16

Solution: L.C.M. of 2,4,6,8,10,12 = 120

So they toll together after every 120 seconds i.e. 2 minutes. So in 30 minutes they toll

together 30/2 + 1 = 16 times

ath Aptitude Test Question 3

The value of (0.625 * 0.0729 * 28.9)/(0.0017 * 0.025 * 8.1) is

a) 0.3825

b) 3.825

c) 38.25

d) 382.5

Solution: The sum of decimal places in numerator and denominator being the same, decimal

point can be removed

(625*729*289) / (17*25*81) = 3825

Algebra Aptitude Test Question 4

Trigonometry is the science of measuring triangles. To do well in any mathaptitude test you

must have good knowledge of trigonometric ratios and basic identities should be on tips.

You may face a lot of questions about heights and distances like:

Find x if sin(x+36^) = cos x

Solution:

sin(x+36^) = cos x

cos(90^ - (x+36^)) = cos x

90^ - (x+36^) = x

2x = 54^

x= 27^

ath Aptitude Test Question 5

Linear equations are part of all math aptitude tests. They can be age related problems,

upstream, downstream problems etc

I am three times as old as my son. Five years later I shall be two and a half times as old as

my son. What is my age?

Solution:

Let my age be x years and age of my son be y years.

(i) x = 3y

Five years later

(ii) x+5 = 5/2(y+5)

From (i) and (ii)

y=15 and x=45

ath Aptitude Test Question 6

In almost all the tests questions from Volume and surface area can be expected like:

The number of coins 1.5 cm in diameter and 0.2cm thick to be melted to form a right

circular cylinder of height 10 cm and diameter 4.5 cm is:

a) 380

b) 450

c) 472

d) 540

Solution: Volume of 1 coin = 22/7 *(1.5)/2*(1.5)/2 * 0.2 = 99/280 cm3

Volume of large cylinder = 22/7 *(4.5)/2*(4.5)/2 * 10 = (99*45)/28cm3

Number of coins = (99*45)/28 * 280/99 = 450

ath Aptitude Test Question 7

The size of a wooden block is 5 * 10 * 20 cm3. How many whole such blocks you will take

to construct a solid wooden cube of minimum size?

a) 6

b) 8

c) 12

d) 16

Solution: Size of each cube = 5 cm

So number of blocks = (5 * 10 * 20)/(5*5*5) = 8

umerical Aptitude Test Question 8

Find the odd man out - 1050, 510, 242, 106, 46, 16, 3

a) 510

b) 242

c) 106

d) 46

Solution:

2nd term = (Ist term - 30) / 2 = (1050-30)/2 = 510

3rd term = (2nd term - 26) / 2 = (510-26)/2 = 242

4th term = (3rd term - 22) / 2 = (242-22)/2 = 110

So 106 is the answer.

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(C) b a

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