# RRB NTPC Memory Based Paper PDF 06 January 2021: With Detailed Solutions

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## RRB NTPC Memory-Based PDF Paper 06 January 2021 PDF: Mathematics

1. The perimeter of one face of the cube is 20 cm. Its volume will beâ€“

a) 125 cmÂ³
b) 225 cmÂ³
c) 300 cmÂ³
d) 525 cmÂ³

4a = 20
So, a = 5
Volume = a3 = 125 cmÂ³

2. A farmer travelled a distance of 61 km in 9 hrs. He travelled partly on foot at the rate of 4 kmph and partly on bicycle at 9 kmph. The distance travelled on foot is:

a) 11 km
b) 10 km
c) 12 km
d) 16 km

Let, distance travelled on foot = x km.

Then, distance travelled by bicycle =61-x

Then,
x/4 + (61-x)/9 = 9
x/4 – x/9 + 61/9 = 81/9
5x/36 = 20/9
x = 16 km

3. What smallest value must be added to 508, so that the resultant is a perfect square?

a) 4
b) 9
c) 18
d) 21

The square of 23 is 529
âˆ´ The value-added to make 508 a perfect square =
529 – 508 = 21

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## RRB NTPC Memory Based Paper PDF 06 January 2021 PDF: Reasoning

1. Statements followed by some conclusions are given below.

Statements:

1. Some chocolates are bitter, some are sweet and some taste sour.

2. All bitter chocolates are dark and some white chocolates are sweet.

Conclusions:

I. All dark chocolates are bitter.
II. There is at least one sweet chocolate that is white.

Find which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements.

a) Only conclusion I follow
b) Only conclusion II follows
c) Either conclusion I or II follows
d) None of the conclusion follows

I. All dark chocolates are bitter. â€“ False

All bitter chocolates are dark implies some dark chocolates are bitter.

II. There is at least one sweet chocolate that is white â€“ True

As some white chocolates are sweet

2. Three of the following four letter-clusters are alike in a certain way and one is different. Pick the odd one out.

a) FHKO
b) UWZD
c) LNPR
d) WYBF

a) FHKO â†’ F + 2 = H; H + 3 = K; K + 4 = O
b) UWZD â†’ U + 2 = W; W + 3 = Z; Z + 4 = D
c) LNPR â†’ L + 2 = N; N + 2 = P; P + 2 = R
d) WYBF â†’ W + 2 = Y; Y + 3 = B; B + 4 = F

5. If A = 2, B = 3, C = 4, and so on, what does the following number stand for?
20, 21, 19, 6, 2, 14

a) TUSFBN
b) STREAM
c) STRING
d) LOWER

Given value = Original alphabet values + 1

So, the number stands for:

20 â€“ 1 = 19 â†’ S
21 â€“ 1 = 20 â†’ T
19 â€“ 1 = 18 â†’ R
6 â€“ 1 = 5 â†’ E
2 â€“ 1 = 1 â†’ A
14 â€“ 1 = 13 â†’ M

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## RRB NTPC Memory Based Paper PDF 06 January 2021 PDF: General Awareness

1) Jama Masjid was completed in which year?

a) 1656
b) 1651
c) 1662
d) 1659

Jama Masjid is a mosque located in the Tahseenganj area of Lucknow. The construction of this mosque was started in the year 1839 A.D. by King Mohammad Ali Shah Bahadur. It was completed in
1656.

2) Project Tiger was implemented in which year?

a) 1971
b) 1977
c) 1975
d) 1973

“Project Tiger”, a major wildlife-conservation initiative of Govt. of India, was launched in the year 1973 to save the Indian tiger from extinction. Similipal Tiger Reserve was one of the nine reserves chosen in the country to implement the project.

3) Who among the following got a Nobel Prize two times in Physics till 2020?

a) Hendrik Antoon Lorentz
c) Max Born
d) John Bardeen