Sectional Online Test Series – Day-47

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Sectional Online Test Series – Day-47:

Dear Readers, IBPS Clerk Examination for the year 2017 was approaching very shortly, for that we have given the Sectional Online Test Series which consist of questions from all the three sections such as, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, and English Language. This Sectional Test Series will be provided on daily basis kindly make use of it.

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Sectional  Online Test Series – (Day-47)

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1). The simple interest accrued on amount of Rs. 40,000 at the end of three years is Rs. 12,000. What would be the compound interest accrued on the same amount at the same rate in the same period?

  1. Rs. 18,765
  2. Rs. 15,350
  3. Rs. 21,555
  4. Rs. 13,240
  5. None of these

2). Deepa rides her bike at anaver age speed of 30 km/hr and reaches her destination in 6 hours. Hema covers the same distance in 4 hours. If Deepa increases her average speed by 10 km/hr. and Hema increases her average speed by 5 km/hr. what would be the difference in their time taken to reach the destination?

  1. 54 minutes
  2. 1 hour
  3. 40 minutes
  4. 45 minutes
  5. None of these

3). What would be the cost of building a fence around a circular field with area equal to 32378.5 sq meters, if the price per meter for building the fence was Rs. 154?

  1. Rs. 84, 683
  2. Rs. 86,495
  3. Rs. 79,326
  4. Rs. 98,252
  5. None of these

4). When all the students in a school are made to stand in rows of 54,30 such rows are formed. If the students are made to stand in the rows of 45, how many such rows can be formed?

  1. 25
  2. 42
  3. 36
  4. 32
  5. None of these

5). Vinod makes a profit of Rs. 110 if he sells a certain number of pencils at the price of Rs. 2.5 perpencil and incurs a loss of Rs. 55 if he sells the same number of pencils for Rs. 1.75 per pencil.How many pencils does Vinod have?

  1. 220
  2. 240
  3. 200
  4. Cannot be determined
  5. None of these

Directions (6 – 10): Studythe given information carefully toanswer the given questions.

A, B, C, D, K, L and M live onseven different floors of a buildingbut not necessarily in the same order.The lower most floor of the building is numbered one, the one above thats numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered seven. Eachone of them also likes a different game, namely Snooker, Badminton, Chess, Ludo, Cricket, Hockey and Polo. (but not necessarily in the sameorder)

Only three persons live between B and K. B lives on one of the floors above K. K does not live on the lower most floor. Only one person lives between B and the one who likes Chess. The one who likes Polo lives on one of the even-numbered floors above the one who likes Chess. Only two persons live between M and the one who likes Chess.The one who likes Snooker lives immediately above M. A lives immediately above L. A does not like Chess. The one who likes Ludo live some one of the odd numbered floors below L. M does not like Ludo. D lives on one of the floors above C.Only one person lives between the one who likes Cricket and the one who likes Hockey. D does not like Cricket. M does not like Badminton.

6). Which of the following games does B like?

  1. Snooker
  2. Ludo
  3. Polo
  4. Badminton
  5. Chess

7). Who among the following live some of the floor numbered 4?

  1. The one who likes Hockey
  2. The one who likes Chess
  3. A
  4. L
  5. B

8). Which of the following statements is TRUE with respect to the given arrangement?

  1. Only two persons live betweenK and M.
  2. The one who likes Hockey lives immediately above K.
  3. C likes Chess.
  4. C lives on an even-numbered floor.
  5. None of the given options is true

9). If all the persons are made to sit in alphabetical order from top to bottom, the positions of how many people will remain unchanged?

  1. None
  2. Three
  3. Two
  4. One
  5. Four

10). Which of the following combinations is True with respect to the given arrangement?

  1. Polo – C
  2. Ludo – B
  3. Cricket – K
  4. Chess – L
  5. Snooker – A

Directions (Q. 11-15): In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. Below each sentence there are five pairs of words denoted by a), b). c). d). and e). find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it meaningfully complete.

11). The renaissance spirit of _____ of the mysterious and unknown world has become a ______ of the past.

  1. Exploration, phenomenon
  2. Transparency, story
  3. Unfolding, question
  4. Visualizing, memory
  5. Displaying, subject

12). When the _______ of our Constitution defined a ______India, they tried their best to put in checks and balances to protect our minorities.

  1. Forefathers, tolerant
  2. Leaders, just
  3. Architecture, social
  4. Caretakers, divine
  5. Framers, secular

13). Man’s enemies are within himself and can be ______ by ______.

  1. Controlled, force
  2. Conquered, introspection
  3. Caught, passion
  4. Surrendered, loving
  5. Driven, generosity

14). Since any effort to _____ telecom is doomed to failure, the ______ solution may lie outside the legal system, in policy decisions by the government.

  1. License, alternative
  2. Regulate, ultimate
  3. Operate, single
  4. Open, final
  5. Regularize, hardly

15). In a democracy where the poor and the disadvantaged are the majority, no government can ______ their _______.

  1. Sustain, demands
  2. Challenge, issues
  3. Fulfil, needs
  4. Change, fortune
  5. Ignore, interests

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