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COMPREHENSION PASSAGE

Read the following passage and answer the questions.

The Nile is probably the longest river in the world; it is certainly the most famous. It rises in East Africa and flows over four thousand miles northwards to the Mediterranean Sea. Its little streams start in hot, wet countries, but the great river itself flows through deserts. From the cloudless blue sky above, it looks like a great, green snake, making its way across the yellow sand. For thousands of years it has given life to the dry lands of northern Sudan and Egypt.

The White Nile, the longest branch of the river, enters Sudan through hot damp swamps called the ‘sudd’, where there are more crocodiles and hippopotamuses than people. It is difficult to sail boats down the river here, because it is always getting blocked with floating masses of grass, reeds and roots. Sometimes a special ship has to be sent to cut a passage through. The people of the swamps are tall and black, and wear very little clothing. They live very simply, much as they have always done. They fish with nets, hunt animals with spears, and keep cattle. After the swamp comes the savanna – open plains where the grass often grows higher than a man, and where elephants, lions, giraffes, antelopes, and other animals can be found.

In the middle of Sudan stands Khartoum, the big, modern capital city. Here the river is joined by the Blue Nile, which has come down from the highlands of Ethiopia. The word ‘Sudan’ means ‘land of the blacks’, but the people of Khartoum are partly Arab, speak Arabic, wear European or Arabic clothes, and live much like the Egyptians. They are quite different from the Negroes of the south.

In the high plains of Ethiopia, from where the Blue Nile begins, there is plenty of rain in summer, so in summer and autumn the river carries a great deal of rain water, and with it a very fine mud called silt. The flood water carries the silt over the fields all along the Nile valley; and as the water drains away, the silt is left on the fields, building up very fertile soil, on which the people of the Nile valley have grown crops for thousands of years. The Nile winds across the desert through an area where it hardly ever rains. Northern Sudan and southern Egypt are among the driest places in the world; in some places it may not rain for ten years at a time. A young child there might never have seen rain. The river gradually becomes shallow and mud-coloured as it reaches Egypt. Along the 750 miles through Egypt to the sea, wide, flat boats called feluccas carry goods up and down the country. They have one large, white sail, and are often so heavily loaded that they seem about to sink.

The river flows through a narrow valley to Aswan; then the green strip of cultivated fields and date palms on either side of it widens, sometimes to as much as twelve miles wide. Beyond, on either side, is sand, stretching away in both directions. There are hardly any wild animals – only the farmers’ donkeys, camels, buffaloes and cows.

After the Nile has passed the city of Cairo, the capital of Egypt, it divides into two branches, and reaches the sea through a broad delta. This is a great triangle of green land, where rich crops grow between the arms of the river. It has been built up through the centuries by silt carried down from the mountains by the river.

The land of the Nile valley is some of the most fertile land in the world, and the cotton and wheat fields produce very fine crops. In olden days, every summer, after the Nile floods had covered all the fields with a shallow coating of chocolate-coloured mud, and the water had drained away, the farmers sowed their seeds in the mud. Then they found that by digging ditches and bringing water from the river to the fields, they could grow a second crop before the next flood came. But there was always the fear that the river might not bring enough water, or that it might bring too much. Today, however, now that the High Dam at Aswan is built, the Nile no longer floods, and there is always the right amount of water.



The Nile is famous because along its banks grew one of the earliest civilizations of the world, where men learnt to farm and to build cities. When people were still living as savages in most parts of the world, the ancient Egyptians were making laws, writing books, painting and also creating temples and statues which are still standing today.



  1. The river Nile starts as little streams___

  1. In hot, wet countries in East Africa

  2. In the desert in Egypt

  3. In the open grasslands of Sudan

  4. None of these

  1. It is difficult to sail boats down the river Nile in Sudan because_____

  1. There are crocodiles in the water

  2. Floating masses of grass, reeds and roots block the river

  3. People here stop you from sailing

  4. None of these

  1. The White Nile joins the Blue Nile ____

  1. In Ethiopia

  2. In Egypt

  3. In Sudan

  4. None of these

  1. The fields all along the Nile valley have fertile soil because_____

  1. Silt brought by the river is deposited here

  2. It is always flooded

  3. It is very dry

  4. None of these

  1. Along the banks of the river Nile are some of the first places where men learnt_____

  1. To fish and hunt

  2. To fight

  3. To farm and to build cities

  4. None of these

  1. What do you mean by the word “fertile land”.

  1. Waste land b) fruitful land c) desert land d) None of these

  1. What do you mean by the word “damp”

  1. Hot b) wet c) dry d) None of these

  1. The farmers in the Nile valley grow crops _______

  1. Once a year b) twice a year b) trice a year d) None of these

  1. Khartoum is the capital of ______

  1. Egypt b) Ethiopia c) Sudan d) None of these

  1. Who are different from the Negroes of the south?

  1. The people of Egypt b) the people of Sudan c) The people of Khartoum d) none of these.

PREPOSITIONS

  1. We all held hands and sang together _______ midnight ____________ new year’s eve

  2. We usually listen to music ____ the evening.

  3. The class meets _____ 2.30 _____ 4.30

  4. We’ll be on holiday ___________ july

  5. We’ve been waiting _________ eight o’ clock

  6. I think he said he hoped to be here __________ six

  7. The meeting is _____ Monday morning

  8. Most of new Orleans is _____ sea level

  9. The puppy likes to hide ____________ the sofa

  10. I suddenly saw a car coming ___________ me.

  11. We spent a month travelling _______ America

CONJUNCTIONS


  1. You can stay here _________ help me _____ you can go in side.

  2. It was an interesting offer, ___________ I couldn’t accept it.

  3. You _______ do your work ___________ prepare for a trip to the office

  4. _______ the basketball team __________ the football team is doing well

  5. He is gambling with his health, _______ he has been smoking for too long.

  6. It doesn’t matter _____________ the roses are fresh, just buy them.

  7. He was fond of playing basketball _________ it was his father’s favorite game.

  8. ________ they had misbehaved, the boys were given one week suspension from school.

  9. The visitors arrived ______ she was preparing dinner.

  10. I tried to lift the table __________ it was too heavy.

Spotting Errors

  1. Sunil Gavaskar runs(A)/ faster than(B)/ any cricket(C)/ player in the(D)/ team. No Error(E)

  2. If I would have (A)/ been there(B)/ I certainly would have(C)/ taken care of the problem.(D)/ No Error(E)

  3. No sooner (A)/ had he begun(B)/ to speak when(C)/ the opposition members started shouting(D)/ slogans. No Error(E)

  4. Every(A)/ man, woman and child are now(B)/ aware of the(C)/ terrible consequences of the(D)/ habit of smoking. No Error(E)

  5. A great many(A)/ teachers firmly believe(B) that English is one of(C)/the poorest taught(D)/ subjects in schools. No Error(E)

  6. Now(A)/ that the stress of examination and interviews are(B)/ over, we can(C)/ all relax for(D)/a while. No Error(E)

  7. Due to(A)/ the failure of the(B)/ air-cooling system, many in the audience had left(C)/ the hall before the(D)/ chief guest arrived. No Error(E)

  8. Everyone is expected(A)/ to attend(B)/ the staff meeting today, but(C)/ the sales manager and i.(D)/ No Error(E)

  9. I always had(A)/ a great interest(B)/ and admiration for the(C)/ works of(D)/ William Shakespeare. No Error(E)

  10. Unemployment(A)/ as well as(B)/ poverty influence(C)/ the votes.(D)/ No Error(E)

  11. Each of these(A)/ companies had their(B)/ account books(C)/audited.(D)/ No Error (E)

  12. Ten rupees(A)/ seem(B)/ too much for(C)/ such a leather bag.(D)/ No Error(E)

  13. These days(A)/ news are(B)/ travelling(C)/ faster than(D)/ before. No Error(E)

  14. Rakesh was one(A)/ of the only players(B)/ who have not(C)/ participated in this(D)/ match. No Error(E)

  15. Having climbed(A)/ the mountain,(B)/ they have felt(C)/ a real sense of achievement(D)/ No Error(E)

  16. Sunita was(A)/ the better(B)/of the(C)/two in(D)/ sociology. No Error(E)

  17. His wife(A)/ and mother(B)/ were(C)/ standing beside(D)/ him. No Error(E)

  18. I want to(A)/ know as to why(B)/you did not(C)/ attend the(D)/ office yesterday. No Error(E)

  19. Today I met(A)/ a lady who(B)/ was my(C)/ teacher fifteen years ago.(D)/ No Error(E)

  20. Harder(A)/ you work(B)/ , the better(C)/ division you(D)/ get. No Error(E)

ARTICLES


  1. As ___________ unemployment is very high at the moment, it’s very difficult for people to find _______ work.

  1. The; no article (b) no article; no article (c) an; the (d) an; no article

  1. Being life’s __________ only black photographer put him in ____________ unusual position when parks set out to cover the civil rights movement.

  1. no article; an (b) no article; the (c) an; an (d) the; an

  1. Love is ____________ way of life, but not ___________ aim of it.

  1. The; the (b) a; the (c) a; no article (d) a; an

  1. How many people are still leading _____________ life under _____________ property line in the world.

  1. a; a (b) a; the (c) the; no article (d)no article; the

  1. He was such ______________good speaker that he held our attention every minute of

  1. no article; the (b) a, a (c) a; no article (d) a; the

  1. Reading intensively can satisfy _________ desire for ____________ knowledge

  1. The, the (b) a; a (c) a; the (d) the; no article

  1. Money mays ______________ important role in the material world, but you can’t expect it to give you real happiness

  1. The, a (b) an; no article (c) a; the (d) the; the

  1. Years ago there was _______________ farmer who owned a house along ___________ Atlantic coast.

  1. The;the (b) a;an (c) a; no article, (d) a; the

  1. The salesman said that ____________ the if was a young man with ______________ brown hair.

  1. a; no article (b) a; a (c) the; a (d) the; no article

  1. A number of terrorist attacks in the last few years have signaled that counter – terrorism remains _________ long-term soal for _____________ world.

  1. The; a (b) the; no article (c)a; the (d) the; the

In the following questions a word is given in capital letters followed by four alternative words. Select, from the alternatives, the word that conveys the same meaning as the word given in capital letters: SYNONYMS


  1. INTENSIFY

  1. Boiling (b) satisfy (c) aggravate (d) destroyed

  1. EXQUISITE

  1. Clumsy (b) rough (c)graceful (d)unrefined

  1. ACUMEN

  1. Beauty (b) appearance (c) insight (d)distaste

  1. PRUDENT

  1. Skilled (b) experienced (c) cautious (d) criminal

  1. IMPOSTER

  1. Imposer (b) lazy (c) cheat (d) painful

  1. TRIVIAL

  1. Economical (b) uneconomical (c) rare (d) commonplace

  1. SLANDER

  1. Circular (b) spherical (c) fragile (d) damage

  1. SERENITY

  1. Agitation (b) protest (c) stir (d) calmness

  1. NOSTALGIA

  1. Aroma (b) sea sickness (c) home sickness (d) cure-all

  1. OSTENTATION

  1. Protruding (b) wealthy (c) decorative (d) showy

Each of the following questions consists of a word printed in capital letters, followed by four words. Select the word or phrase that is most closely opposite in meaning to the capitalized word: ANTONYMS


  1. CALLOUS

  1. Capable (b) hardened (c) injured (d) confident

  1. GENUINE

  1. Correction (b) germinate (c) chaste (d) fake

  1. SEGGREGATE

  1. Abolish (b) confuse (c) compile (d) darken

  1. AFFLUENT

  1. Talkative (b) poor (c) prosperous (d) close

  1. EXTRAVAGANT

  1. Miserly (b) uneconomical (c) mean (d) narrow-minded

  1. GRUESOME

  1. Pleasant (b) rude (c) fresh (d) clear

  1. ELOQUENT

  1. Inarticulate (b) clear (c) lucid (d) coherent

  1. PETULANT

  1. Pliable (b) equable (c) uncouth (d) abnormal

  1. DELETERIOUS

  1. Impulsive (b) salubrious (c) pathetic (d) inclusive

  1. ABERRATION

Typical behavior (b) correct manners (c) straight aim (d) full truthfulness

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

Directions (81 - 95) : What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions ?

81. 963 + 560 35 = ?

1) 45 2) 981 3) 870 4) 43 5) None these

82. 14400 64 9 = ?

1) 27 2) 23 3) 29 4) 21 5) None these

83. 14.8 x 12.3 x 8.6 = ?

1) 155.454 2) 1535.44 3) 1545.545 4) 15165.544 5) None these

84. 45% of 720 = 30% of ?

1) 960 2) 1080 3) 1240 4) 820 5) None these

85.


1) 2) 3) 4) 5) None these

86. of 189 + 452 = 2000 - ?

1) 183 2) 164 3) 170 4) 198 5) None these

87. 68% of 595 - 43% of 372 = ?

1) 244.64 2) 232.84 3) 278.44 4) 260.24 5) None these

88. 35% of (?) = 2175.95

1) 6712 2) 6217 3) 6127 4) 6721 5) None these

89. ? 52 x 12 = 252

1) 1242 2) 992 3) 1142 4) 1346 5) None these

90. (45)2 +(21)2 = (?)2 + 257

1) 51 2) 49 3) 45 4) 47 5) None these

91. 63% of 962 + ? = 999

1) 346.92 2) 368.64 3) 3692.94 4) 402.68 5) None these

92. 743 + 958 = ?% of 5670

1) 34 2) 26 3) 30 4) 22 5) None these

99. The number of Females working in the IT department forms what percent of the total number of employees in the Organization from all departments together? (Rounded off to two digits after decimal)

1) 8.17 2) 5.23 3) 9.31 4) 7.73 5) None of these

100. If the number of employees in marketing department are given 2500. Then what would be the number of females in HR departments?

1) 564 2) 762 3) 594 4) Can’t say 5) None of these

101. What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the flowering number series ?

1, 4, 14, 45, 139, 422, ?

1) 1268 2) 1234 3) 1272 4) 1216 5) None these

102. 38 per cent of first number is 52 per cent of the second number. What is the respective ratio of the first number to the second number ?

1) 5 : 4 2) 16 : 9 3) 26 : 19 4) Cannot be determined

5) None these

103. What is the compound interest accured on an amount of Rs.12,000 at the rate of 10% per annum for 3 years ?

1) Rs. 3,972 2) Rs. 2,567 3) Rs. 4,780 4) Rs. 5,609 5) None these

104. The average age of a man and his son is 54 years. The ratio of their ages is 23 : 13 respectively. What will be ration of their ages after 6 years ?

1) 10 : 7 2) 5 : 3 3) 4 : 3 4) 3 : 2 5) None these

105. A single person takes 3 minutes to write a letter. If from 10 a.m to 12.00 noon, 1960 letters are to be written, how many persons should be employed on this job ?

1) 53 2) 47 3) 51 4) 49 5) None these

106. The simple interest accrued on an amount of Rs. 9,530 at the end of 6 years is Rs.2,859. What is the rate of interest p.c p.a. ?

1) 5 2) 7 3) 9 4) 11 5) None these

107. The cost of 10 chairs and 15 tables is Rs.15,525. What is the cost of 8 chairs and 12 tables ?

1) Rs. 13,560 2) Rs. 12,420 3) Rs. 14,840 4) Cannot be determined

5) None these

108. The owner of a Gift shop charges his customer 28 per cent more than the cost price. If a customer paid Rs. 1,408 for some soft toys, then what was the cost price of those soft toys ?

1) Rs. 1,300 2) Rs. 1,000 3) Rs. 1,200 4) Rs. 1,400 5) None these

109. A plot of 715 sq.ft. is available at the rate of Rs. 3,850 per sq.ft. If 40% of the total cost of the plot is to be paid for booking the plot, how much is the booking amount ?

1) Rs. 11,10,000 2) Rs. 11,01,100 3) Rs. 11,01,000 4) Rs. 11,00,100 5) None these

110. If the product of two successive positive integers is 3192, which is the smaller integer ?

1) 52 2) 58 3) 54 4) 56 5) None these

111. What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following Question ?

59.786 14.444 x 8.321 = ?

1) 49 2) 58 3) 22 4) 66 5) None these

112. A sum of money is divided among A, B, C and D in the ratio of 4 : 5 : 7 : 11 respectively. If the share of C is Rs. 1,351, then what is the total amount of money of A & D together ?

1) Rs. 2,123 2) Rs. 2,316 3) Rs. 2,565 4) Rs. 2,895 5) None these

113. Mr. Madhur deposits an amount of Rs. 58,750 to obtain a simple interest at the rate of 12 p.c p.a. for 4 years. What total amount will Mr. Madhur get at the end of 4 years ?

1) Rs. 91,230 2) Rs. 86,950 3) Rs. 74,760 4) Rs. 69,546 5) None these

114. If an amount of Rs. 96,393 is distributed equally amongst 33 children. How much amount would each child get ?

1) Rs. 2,789 2) Rs. 2,563 3) Rs. 2,860 4) Rs. 2,921 5) None these

115. The difference between 73% of a number and 58% of the same number is 960. What is 22% of that number ?

1) 1408 2) 1232 3) 1324 4) 1536 5) None these

116. One-seventh of a number is 39. What will be 56% of that number ?

1) 164.66 2) 152.88 3) 178.22 4) 182.44 5) None these

117. In a class of 55 students and 3 teachers, each student got sweets that are 20% of the total number of students and each teacher got sweets that are 60% of the total number of students. How many sweets were there ?

1) 737 2) 671 3) 714 4) 638 5) None these

118. If (108)2 is added to the square of a number, the answer so obtained is 13033. What is the number ?

1) 33 2) 43 3) 37 4) 47 5) None these

119. In an examination, it is required to get 350 of the aggregate marks to pass. A student gets 32% marks and is declared failed by 70 marks. What are the maximum aggregate marks a student can get ?

1) 885 2) 865 3) 875 4) Cannot be determined 5) None these

120. Which number should replace both the question marks in the following equation ?

1) 222 2) 196 3) 206 4) 178 5) None these

TEST OF REASONING

121. In a certain code ‘FLATS’ is coded as ‘GMBUT’ and ‘QUITE’ is coded as ‘RVJUF’ IN the same code______will be coded as ‘BSJTF’.

1) ARIVE 2) CTKUG 3) ARIES 4) RAISE 5) ARISE

122. Among M, R, P A and Q each having a different height, P is taller only than R Q is shorter than M. Who amongst them is the tallest ?

1) R 2) M 3) Q

4) Cannot be determined 5) None of these

123. If each vowel of the word SILVER is changed to the previous letter in the English alphabetical series and each consonant is changed to the next letter in the English alphabetical series and then the alphabets thus formed are arranged in alphabetical order from left to right, which of the following will be fourth from the left ?

1) M 2) S 3) T 4) H 5) W

124. Which of the following will come in the place of question mark ?

WUV TRS QOP NLM ?

1) KIJ 2) KJI 3) IJK 4) IKJ 5) JIK

125. Pooja correctly remembers that she had bought an article from a shop before Saturday and after Tuesday The shopkeeper correctly remembers that she has bought the article after Thursday but before Sunday. On which of the following days she definitely buy the article?

1) Monday 2) Wednesday 3) Friday

4) Thursday 5) Cannot be determined

126. The positions of how many alphabets will remain the same if each of the alphabets in the word PROFIT is rearranged in the alphabetical order from left to right ?

1) None 2) One 3) Two

4) Three 5) More than three

127. Shalini walked 15 m towards South, took a right turn and walked 3 m. She took a right turn again and walked 15 m before stopping. Which direction did shalini face after stopping ?

1) West 2) South 3) East

4) North 5) Cannot be determined

128. ‘1’ is subtracted from each odd digit and ‘1’ is added to each even digit in the number 5249836. Which of the following will be the difference between the third digit from the left and the third digit from the right of the new number thus formed ?

1)4 2) 5 3) 3 4) 2 5) 6

129. How many meaningful English words can be formed with the letters APN using each letter only once in each word?

1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) More than three

130. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?

1) Mars 2) Neptune 3) Venus 4) Moon 5) Mercury



Directions (131 - 135 ): In each question below are three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Give answer

I) if only conclusion I follows

2) if only conclusion II follows

3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

4) if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

5) if both conclusion I and conclusion II follows

131. Statements : All coconuts are palms

Some palms are pines

All pines are ferns

Conclusions : I. Some ferns are coconuts

II. Some ferns are palms

132. Statements : Some buildings are houses

All houses are bungalows

Some bungalows are towers

Conclusions : I Some towers are buildings

II. All houses are towers

133. Statements : Some documents are files

No file is a folder

All folders are envelopes.

Conclusions : I Some envelopes are folders

II. Some documents are envelopes

134. Statements : All paints are brushes

All brushes are canvases

All canvases are frames

Conclusions : I. Some frames are brushes

II. All paints are canvases

135. Statements : All graphs are tables

All charts are tables

Some tables are diagrams

Conclusions : I. Some charts are graphs

II. All graphs are diagrams



Directions (136 - 140 ) : Following questions are based on the five three - digit number given below :

Directions (136 - 140 ) : Following questions are based on the five three - digit number given below :

725 924 485 816 563

136. If all the numbers are arranged in descending order from left to right, which of the following will be the product of the first and the second digits of the number which is exactly in the middle of the new arrangement ?

1) 14 2) 18 3) 8 4) 30 5) 32

137. If all the digits in each of the numbers is arranged in ascending order within the number, which of the following will form the highest number in the new arrangement of numbers ?

1) 725 2) 924 3) 485 4) 816 5) 563

138. If the positions of the first and the third digits of each of the numbers are interchanged, how many odd numbers will be formed ?

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

139. If one is added to the middle digit of each of the numbers, how many numbers thus formed will NOT be divisible by three ?

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

140. What will be the resultant if first digit of the highest number is multiplied by the third digit of the lowest number?

1) 16 2) 45 3) 40 4) 27 5) 14



Directions (141 - 145 ) : Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions :

I, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting in a straight line facing North.

1) Q sits fourth to the left of T and Q does not sit at an extreme end of the line

2) R is not an immediate neighbour of Q

3) Only one person sits between R and T

4) Neither S nor L sits at the extreme end of the line

5) L is not an immediate neighbour of Q

141. How many persons sits between Q and L ?

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

142. If all the persons are made to sit in alphabetical order from left to right, the positions of how many will remain unchanged as compared to the original seating positions ?

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

143. What is the position of Q with respect to L ?

1) Second to the left 2) Immediately to the right 3) Second to the right

4) Third to the left 5) Third to the right

144. Who sits at the extreme left hand corner of the line ?

1) P 2) R 3) T 4) Either T or R 5) None of these

145. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their seating positions in the above arrangement and so form a group Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?

1) TR 2) SP 3) RQ 4) LS 5) QL



Directions ( 146 - 150) : Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below:

D U B C A B E D C A B U D C B A E D B C A D E B A U C D A E B

146. Which of the following is the sixth to the right of the fifteenth from the right end of the above arrangement ?

1) D 2) B 3) E 4) C 5) A

147. How many such vowels are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a consonant and also immediately followed by a vowel ?

1) One 2) Two 3) Three 4) Four 5) More than four

148. How many such pairs of alphabets are there in the series of alphabets given in BOLD in the above arrangement each of which has as many letters between them (in both forward and backward directions) as they have between them in the English alphabetical series?

1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) More than three

149. How many meaningful words can be formed with the alphabets which are first, second, fifth and sixth from the right end of the above arrangement ?

1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) More than three

150. If all the Bs are dropped from the above arrangement, which of the following will be twelfth from the left end of the above arrangement?

1) E 2) C 3) D 4) A 5) None of these



Directions (151 - 155) : Read the information /statement given in each question carefully and answer the questions.

151. Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression is definitely true ?

1) K > H 2) G = F 3) K < H 4) F > G 5) None of these

152. Which of the following expressions will not be true if the expression is definitely true?

1) 2) 3) S > Q 4) P > S 5) None of these

153. In which of the following expressions does the expression ‘W < Z’ hold true?

1) 2) 3) 4) 5)

154. In which of the following expressions will the expression ‘L < R’ be definitely true?

1) 2) 3) 4) 5) None of these

155. In which of the following expressions does the expression ‘D > A’ does not hold true ?

1) 2) 3) 4) 5)

Directions (156 - 160) : In each question below is given a group of letters followed by five combinations of number / symbol codes numbered (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). You have to correctly represents the group of letters based on the following coding system and the conditions and choose the number of that combination as your answer.

Letters:

F O H U T K A C W R M E Q B P



Their Symbol Code :

% 6 # 5 @ 7 3  8 $ 2 © 9 4

Conditions ;

1) If both the third and the fourth elements are consonants, both these are to be coded as the code for the third element

2) If the fourth element is a vowel and the fifth element is a consonant, the codes for both these are to be interchanged

3) If both the second and the fifth elements are vowels, the second element is to be coded as ‘=’

156. WKAECT

1) 73  2 @ 2) 722 @ 3) 732@ 4) =32 @ 5) None of these

157. TQ APHF

1) @ © 34 # % 2) @ © # 3 # % 3) @ © 43 % # 4) @ © 43 % # 5) None of these

158. EUCMFK

1) 25 % 7 2) 25 7 % 3) 25 $ %7 4) 25 $ $ % 7 5) None of these

159. AQHRIM

1) 3 © # # 6 $ 2) 3 © # # $ 6 3) 3 © 8 # 6 $ 4) 3 = # 8 6 $ 5) None of these



160. TIREUB

1) @ = 8529 2) @ = 8259 3) @ 68529 4) @ = 8859 5)None of these


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