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CAT Sample Quantitative Ability Questions

January 28th, 2010 | No Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

CAT Sample Quantitative Ability Questions- Directions for next 3 Sample Quantitative Ability Questions: Refer to the data below and answer the sample quantitative ability questions that follow. Three single digits are in A.P. The sum of all three digit numbers formed by using these three digits only once is divisible by 27.

1. The minimum possible product of three digits is:
a. 6
b. 12
c. 15
d. 24

2. The maximum possible common difference between the digits is:
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4

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Verbal Ability Sample Papers

January 28th, 2010 | No Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

Verbal Ability Sample Papers- Directions for next 4 Verbal Ability Questions: Each verbal ability question has a main statement followed by four statements labeled A, B, C and D. Choose the ordered pair of statements where the first statement implies the second, and the two statements are logically with the main statement.

1. When it thunders, the leaves are kept moist.
A. It is thundering.
B. The leaves are kept moist.
C. It is not thundering.
D. The leaves are not kept moist.
a. AD
b. DC
c. CD
d. BA

2. The doors are hung with beads only when the festivities are over.
A. The doors are hung with beads.
B. The festivities are over.
C. The doors are not hung with beads.
D. The festivities are not over.
a. CD
b. BA
c. AD
d. DC

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CAT Sample Math Questions

January 27th, 2010 | 3 Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

CAT Sample Math Questions- Directions for next 2 CAT Sample Math Questions: Refer to the data below and answer the cat sample math questions that follow.

My mother’s age which is a two digit number is exactly the reverse of my father’s age. My younger sister’s age is equal to the sum of the digits of my father’s age. My elder brother is twice as old as my sister. The sum of the ages of all the members in the family is 138 years. The difference between the age of my brother and sister is equal to the difference between the ages of my parents. There are five members in my family and I am 3 years elder to my sister.

1. What is my current age?

a. 9 years

b. 2 years

c. 15 years

d. 18 years

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Logical Reasoning – fireup.co.in

January 27th, 2010 | 2 Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

Logical Reasoning- Directions for next 5 Logical Reasoning Questions: Refer to the data below and answer the logical reasoning questions that follow.

A, B, C, D, E, F and G are the seven members of a family. There are two married couples and two children in the 3rd generation.
G is B’s mother.
D is E’s mother.
F is C’s son.
B is E’s Aunt.

1. How is D related to B?
a. sister
b. sister-in-law
c. mother
d. cannot be determined

2. If C B’s husband, how is F related to E?
a. brother
b. sister
c. cousin
d. cannot be determined

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Logical & Aptitude Interview Questions and Answers – fireup

January 19th, 2010 | 3 Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

Logical & Aptitude Interview Questions and Answers – Directions for next 3 Logical reasoning questions: Answer the logical reasoning questions based on the passage below.

A group of three or four has to be selected from seven persons. Among the seven are two women, Meena and Teena, and five men: Rajesh, Samuel, Daniel, Arun and Santosh. Rajesh would not like to be in the group if Samuel is also selected. Samuel and Santosh want to be selected together in the group. Teena would like to be in the group only if Daniel is also there. Daniel, if selected, would not like Arun in the group. Rajesh would like to be in the group only if Arun is also there. David insists that Meena be selected in case he is there in the group.

1. Which of the following statements is true?
a. Teena and Rajesh can be part of a group of four.
b. A group of four can have two women.
c. A group of four can have all four men.
d. None of the above

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Logical Questions and Answers – fireup.co.in

January 13th, 2010 | 5 Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

Logical Questions and Answers- Directions for next 3 Logical Questions: Answer the logical questions based on the following information.

Mr. Mehra has 3 children – A, B and C. C is married to the eldest daughter of Mrs. And Mr. Kapoor. Kapoors married their youngest daughter to the eldest son of Mrs. And Mr. Gupta and the couple had two children E and F. J and K are sons of C and D. L is daughter of E. (Assume children inherit the assume of the father)

1. What is the surname of L?
a. Mehra
b. Kapoor
c. Gupta
d. Cannot be determined

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Difficult Quantitative Ability Questions

January 13th, 2010 | No Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

Difficult Quantitative Ability Questions- Directions for next 2 quantitative ability questions: Answer the quantitative ability questions based on the following information.

Two circular tracks of radii 2 km and 3 km intersect each other at A and B. The distance between the centers of the two circular tracks is 4 km. Ravi and Kavi start running from point A in the opposite directions on different tracks with speeds 20 kmph and v kmph respectively. Ravi runs on the track having smaller radius and crosses Kavi for the first time at B.

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1. The ratio of the speeds of Ravi and Kavi is

a. 5 : 4 3

b. 4 : 5 3

c. 2 : 3

d. Either (2) or (3)

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2. Had Kavi run along the lager arc of the circle on which he was running, how much time will he take to reach point B from point A?

a. 2Л/15 hr

b. 4Л/45 hr

c. 16Л/15 hr

d. 4Л/15 hr

Difficult Data Interpretation Questions

January 13th, 2010 | 3 Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

Difficult Data Interpretation Questions- Directions for next 3 data interpretation questions: Answer the data interpretation questions based on the following information.

The bar chart shows the price per can of mineral water and soda. It also shows the price per 500 g pack of juice. Juice is also sold in can in addition to packs. The volume of every can is 500 ml and the density of juice is 0.5 grams per milliliters. (All the prices are in rupees)

Weight in grams = Density × Volume in milliliters.

Data Interpretation

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Quantitative Ability – Mathematics

January 9th, 2010 | No Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

Quantitative Ability- Directions for next 3 Quantitative Ability Questions: Answers the quantitative ability questions based on the following information.

Two people, Suvakar and Sanjay, need to cross a bridge. Both of them are on the same side of the bridge. Suvakar can cross the bridge in 10 min and Sanjay can cross it in 5 min. there is also a car available and any person cam cross the bridge in 1 min with the car. The length of the bridge is 10 km and only one person can travel in the car at a time.

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Verbal Questions for CAT

January 7th, 2010 | 1 Comment | Posted in Uncategorized

Verbal Questions for CAT

Directions for next 4 Verbal Questions for CAT: For each verbal question in this section, select the best of the answer choices given.

1. According to a recent study, attending a single sex high school aids an adolescent’s physical growth. Cited as evidence is the finding that during the first two years of high school, the average boy in an all-boys school grew five inches, and the average girl in an all-girls school grew four inches.

The answer to which of the following questions is needed in order to evaluate the reasoning presented in the study?

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