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1 .
Ramesh was born on 28 February of a year. If in that year Republic Day fell on Sunday, then on which day was Ramesh born ?
A.  Friday B.    Saturday
C.  Sunday D.    Monday
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2 .
A person puts some money on bet and loses. He again puts double the amount on bet and loses again. Again he puts on bet double the amount of the previous bet and wins double the amount from this bet. Find out what percentage of the total amount put on bet does he recover ?
A.  87$1\over 2$ B.    100
C.  111$3 \over 7$ D.    114$2 \over 7$
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3 .
If a clock rings once at 1 O' clock, twice at 2 O' clock, thrice at 3 O' clock and so on, i.e., it rings as many times as its time, then how many times does it ring in 24 hours ?
A.  48 B.    150
C.  156 D.    200
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4 .
In the following questi ons sign 'X' is assigned to teh open state of a dice. Find the figure from the given options which can be obtained after closing the figure (X).

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A.  Only A B.    Only A and C
C.  Only A, C and D D.    None of these
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5 . In question find the odd/ word/letters/ number from the given alternatives.
A.  Mumbai B.    Kandla
C.  Mysore D.    Vishakapatham
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6 . In question find the odd/ word/letters/ number from the given alternatives.
A.  Tortoise B.    Alligator
C.  Snail D.    Oyster
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7 . In question find the odd/ word/letters/ number from the given alternatives.
A.  2 : 4 B.    4 : 8
C.  6 : 18 D.    8 : 32
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8 . In question find the odd/ word/letters/ number from the given alternatives.
A.  JHHG B.    PONM
C.  SRQP D.    ZYXW
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9 . In question find the odd/ word/letters/ number from the given alternatives.
A.  ZGPKU B.    FRGSP
C.  NEXFL D.    LANCP
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10 . In question, In each of the below given questions are given one/ two statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to assume the given statements to be true even if they seem differ from generally known facts. Study all the conclusions and then decide which of the conclusions logi cally f ol lows the given statements, whatever the generally known facts may be.
Statements:

The Prime Minister has emphasized that his government will make full efforts for the elevation of farmers and rural poor.

Conclusions:

I. Previous government did not make serious efforts for the elevation of these people

II. This government will not make full efforts for the elevation of the urban poor.
A.  Only conclusion I follows the statement B.    Only conclusion II follows the statement
C.  Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows the statement D.    Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows the statement
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