2013 June UGC NET Paper 1

 Question 1
Choose the proper alternative given in the codes to replace the question mark
Bee-Honey, Cow-Milk, Teacher-?
 A Intelligence B Marks C Lessons D Wisdom
Mathematical-Reasoning       Analogy-Test
 Question 2
P is the father of R and S is the son of Q and T is the brother of P. If R is the sister of S, how is Q related to T
 A Wife B Sister-in-law C Brother-in-law D Daughter-in-law
Mathematical-Reasoning       Blood-Relation-Test
 Question 3
A definition put forward to resolve a dispute by influencing attitudes or stirring emotions is called
 A Lexical B Persuasive C Stipulative D Precisions
Logical-Reasoning       Types-of-Definitions
Question 3 Explanation:
Persuasive: Good at persuading someone to do (or) believe something through reasoning (or) the use of temptation.
 Question 4
Which of the codes given below contains only the correct statements?
Statements:
(i) Venn diagram is a clear method of notation.
(ii) Venn diagram is the most direct method of testing the validity of categorical syllogisms.
(iii) In Venn diagram method the premises and the conclusion of a categorical syllogism is diagrammed.
(iv) In Venn diagram method the three overlapping circles are drawn for testing a categorical syllogism.
 A (i), (ii) & (iii) B (i), (ii) & (iv) C (ii), (iii) & (iv) D (i), (iii) & (iv)
Logical-Reasoning       Venn-Diagram
Question 4 Explanation:
Statements (i), (ii) & (iv) are true.
 Question 5
Inductive reasoning presupposes
 A Unity in human nature. B Integrity in human nature. C Uniformity in human nature. D Harmony in human nature.
Logical-Reasoning       Inductive-Reasoning
Question 5 Explanation:
Inductive reasoning presupposes the uniformity in human nature.
 Question 6
Read the table below and based on this table answer questions from 6 to 11:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)

Which of the following two years have recorded the highest rate of increase in area under the total horticulture?
 A 2005-06 & 2006-07 B 2006-07 & 2008-09 C 2007-08 & 2008-09 D 2006-07 & 2007-08
Data-Interpretation       Data-Interpretation
 Question 7
Read the table below and based on this table answer questions from 6 to 11:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)

Shares of the area under flowers, vegetables and fruits in the area under total horticulture are respectively:
 A 1, 38 and 30 percent B 30, 38 and 1 perctent C 38, 30 and 1 percent D 35, 36 and 2 percent
Data-Interpretation       Data-Interpretation
 Question 8
Read the table below and based on this table answer questions from 6 to 11:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)

Which of the following has recorded the highest rate of increase in area during 2005-06 to 2009-10?
 A Fruits B Vegetables C Flowers D Total horticulture
Data-Interpretation       Data-Interpretation
 Question 9
Read the table below and based on this table answer questions from 6 to 11:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)

Find out the horticultural crops that have recorded an increase of area by around 10 percent from 2005-06 to 2009-10.
 A Fruits B Vegetables C Flower D Total horticulture
Data-Interpretation       Data-Interpretation
 Question 10
Read the table below and based on this table answer questions from 6 to 11:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)

What has been the share of area under fruits, vegetables and flowers in the area under total horticulture in 2007-08?
 A 53 percent B 68 percent C 79 percent D 100 percent
Data-Interpretation       Data-Interpretation
 Question 11
Read the table below and based on this table answer questions from 6 to 11:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)

In which year, area under fruits has recorded the highest rate of increase?
 A 2006-07 B 2007-08 C 2008-09 D 2009-10
Data-Interpretation       Data-Interpretation
 Question 12
‘www’ stands for
 A work with web B word wide web C world wide web D worth while web
ICT       World-Wide-Web
 Question 13
A hard disk is divided into tracks which is further subdivided into
 A Clusters B Sectors C Vectors D Heads
ICT       Computer-Storage-Related
 Question 14
A computer program that translates a program statement by statement into machine languages is called a/an
 A Compiler B Simulator C Translator D Interpreter
ICT       Translators
 Question 15
A Gigabyte is equal to
 A 1024 Megabytes B 1024 Kilobytes C 1024 Terabytes D 1024 Bytes
ICT       Computer-Storage-Related
 Question 16
A Compiler is a software which converts
 A characters to bits B high level language to machine language C machine language to high level language D words to bits
ICT       Compilers
 Question 17
Virtual memory is
 A an extremely large main memory. B an extremely large secondary memory. C an illusion of extremely large main memory. D a type of memory used in super computers.
ICT       Virtual-Memory
 Question 18
The phrase “tragedy of commons” is in the context of
 A tragic even related to damage caused by release of poisonous gases. B tragic conditions of poor people. C degradation of renewable free access resources. D climate change.
Environment       Environment
 Question 19
Kyoto Protocol is related to
 A Ozone depletion B Hazardous waste C Climate change D Nuclear energy
Environment       Kyoto-Protocol
 Question 20
Which of the following is a source of emissions leading to the eventual formation of surface ozone as a pollutant?
 A Transport sector B Refrigeration and Air-conditioning C Wetlands D Fertilizers
Environment       Environment
 Question 21
The smog in cities in Indian mainly consists of
 A Oxides of sulphur B Oxides of nitrogen and unburnt hydrocarbons C Carbon monoxide and SPM D Oxides of sulphur and ozone
Environment       Environment
 Question 22
Which of the following types of natural hazards have the highest potential to cause damage to humans?
 A Earthquakes B Forest fires C Volcanic eruptions D Droughts and Floods
Environment       Environment
 Question 23
The percentage share of renewable energy sources in the power production in India is around
 A 2-3% B 22-25% C 10-12% D < 1%
Environment       Environment
 Question 24
In which of the following categories the enrolment of students in higher education in 2010-11 was beyond the percentage of seats reserved?
 A OBC students B SC students C ST students D Women students
Higher-Education-and-Politics       Higher-Education-and-Politics
 Question 25
Which one of the following statements is not correct about the University Grants Commission (UGC)?
 A It was established in 1956 by an Act of Parliament. B It is tasked with promoting and coordinating higher education. C It receives Plan and Non-Plan funds from the Central Government. D It receives funds from State Governments in respect of State Universities.
Higher-Education-and-Politics       UGC
 Question 26
Consider the statement which is followed by two arguments (I) and (II):
Statement: Should India switch over to a two party system?
Arguments
(I) Yes, it will lead to stability of Government.
(II) No, it will limit the choice of voters.
 A Only argument (I) is strong. B Only argument (II) is strong. C Both the arguments are strong. D Neither of the arguments is strong.
Higher-Education-and-Politics       Politics
Question 26 Explanation:
Given two arguments are strong one with respect to stability other with respect to the choice.
 Question 27
Consider the statement which is followed by two arguments (I) and (II):
Statement: Should persons with criminal background be banned from contesting elections?
Arguments:
(I) Yes, it will decriminalize politics.
(II) No, it will encourage the ruling party to file frivolous cases against their political opponents.
 A Only argument (I) is strong. B Only argument (II) is strong. C Both the arguments are strong. D Neither of the arguments is strong.
Higher-Education-and-Politics       Politics
Question 27 Explanation:
Argument (I) only more strong with respect to the given statement.
 Question 28
Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about a Judge of the Supreme Court of India?
1) A Judge of the Supreme Court is appointed by the President of India.
2) He holds office during the pleasure of the President.
3) He can be suspended, pending an inquiry.
4) He can be removed for proven misbehaviors or incapacity.
 A 1,2 and 3 B 1,3 and 4 C 1 and 3 D 1 and 4
Higher-Education-and-Politics       Supreme-Court
 Question 29
In the warrant of precedence, the Speaker of the Lok Sabha comes next only to
 A The President B The Vice-President C The Prime Minister D The Cabinet Ministers
Higher-Education-and-Politics       Politics
 Question 30
The black-board can be utilized best by a teacher for
 A Putting the matter of teaching in black and white B Making the students attentive C Writing the important and notable points D Highlighting the teacher himself.
Teaching Aptitude       Teaching-Aids
 Question 31
Nowadays the most effective mode of learning is
 A Self study B Face-to-face learning C e-learning D None of These
 Question 32
At the primary school stage, most of the teachers should be women because they
 A can teach children better than men. B know basic content better than men C are available on lower salaries. D can deal with children with love and affection.
 Question 33
Which one is the highest order of learning?
 A Chain learning B Problem-solving learning C Stimulus-response learning D Conditioned-reflex learning
 Question 34
A person can enjoy teaching as a profession when he
 A has control over students. B commands respect from students. C is more qualified than his colleagues. D is very close to higher authorities.
 Question 35
“A diagram speaks more than 1000 words.” The statement means that the teacher should
 A use diagrams in teaching. B speak more and more in the class. C use teaching aids in the class. D not speak too much in the class.
 Question 36
A research paper
 A is a compilation of information on a topic. B contains original research as deemed by the author. C contains peer-reviewed original research or evaluation of research conducted by others. D can be published in more than one journal.
Research Aptitude       Papers-Articles-Workshop-Seminar-Conference-and-Symosium
 Question 37
Which one of the following belongs to the category of good ‘research ethics’?
 A Publishing the same paper in two research journals without telling the editors. B Conducting a review of the literature that acknowledges the contributions of other people in the relevant field or relevant prior work. C Trimming outliers from a data set without discussing your reasons in a research paper. D Including a colleague as an author on a research paper in return for a favor even though the colleague did not make a serious contribution to the paper.
Research Aptitude       Research-Ethics
 Question 38
Which of the following sampling methods is not based on probability?
 A Simple Random Sampling B Stratified Sampling C Quota Sampling D Cluster Sampling
Research Aptitude       Sampling-Techniques
 Question 39
Which one of the following references is written as per Modern Language Association (MLA) format?
 A Hall, Donald. Fundamentals of Electronics, New Delhi : Prentice Hall of India, 2005 B Hall, Donald. Fundamentals of Electronics, New Delhi : Prentice Hall of India, 2005 C Hall, Donald. Fundamentals of Electronics, New Delhi : Prentice Hall of India, 2005 D Hall, Donald. Fundamentals of Electronics, New Delhi : Prentice Hall of India, 2005
Research Aptitude       Bibliography-Information-MLA-Format
 Question 40
A workshop is
 A a conference for discussion on a topic. B a meeting for discussion on a topic C a class at a college or a university in which a teacher and the students discuss a topic. D a brief intensive course for a small group emphasizing the development of a skill or technique for solving a specific problem.
Research Aptitude       Papers-Articles-Workshop-Seminar-Conference-and-Symosium
 Question 41
A working hypothesis is
 A a proven hypothesis for an argument. B not required to be tested. C a provisionally accepted hypothesis for further research. D a scientific theory.
Research Aptitude       Hypothesis-Testing
 Question 42
Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions (42 to 47):
The Taj Mahal has become one of the world’s best known monuments. This domed white marble structure is situated on a high plinth at the southern end of four-quartered garden, evoking the gardens of paradise, enclosed within walls measuring 305 by 549 meters. Outside the walls, in an area known as Mumtazabad, were living quarters for attendants, market, serials and other structures built by local merchants and nobles.
The tomb complex and the other imperial structures of Mumtazabad were maintained by the income of thirty villages given specifically for the tomb’s support. The name Taj Mahal is unknown in Mughal chronicles, but it is used by contemporary Europeans in India, suggesting that this was the tomb’s popular name. in contemporary texis, it is generally called simply the illuminated Tomb (Rauza-i-Munavvara).
Mumtaz Mahal died shortly after delivering her fourteenth child in 1631. The Mughal court was then residing in Buhanpur. Her remains were temporarily buried by the grief stricken emperor in a spacious garden known as Zainabad on the bank of the river Tapti. Six months later her body was transported to Agra, where it was interred in land chosen for the mausoleum. This land, situated south of the Mughal city on the bank of the Jamuna, had belonged to the Kachwaha rajas since the time of Raja Man Singh and was purchased from the then current raja, Jai Singh. Although contemporary chronicles indicate Jai Singh’s willing cooperation in this exchange, extant farmans (imperial commands) indicate that the final price was not settled until almost two years after the mausoleum’s commencement. Jai Singh’s further cooperation was insured by imperial orders issued between 1632 and 1637 demanding that the provide stone masons and carts to transport marble from the mines at Makrana, within his “ancestral domain”, to Agra where both the Taj Mahal and Shah Jahan’s additions to the Agra fort were constructed concurrently.
Work on the mausoleum was commenced early in 1632. Inscriptional evidence indicates much of the tomb was completed by 1636. By 1643, when Shah Jahan most lavishly celebrated the ‘Urs ceremony for Mumtaz Mahal’, the entire complex was virtually complete.

Marble stone used for the construction of te Taj Mahal was brought from te ancestral domain of Raja Jai Singh. The name of the place where mines of marble is
 A Burhanpur B Makrana C Amber D Jaipur
 Question 43
Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions (42 to 47):
The Taj Mahal has become one of the world’s best known monuments. This domed white marble structure is situated on a high plinth at the southern end of four-quartered garden, evoking the gardens of paradise, enclosed within walls measuring 305 by 549 meters. Outside the walls, in an area known as Mumtazabad, were living quarters for attendants, market, serials and other structures built by local merchants and nobles.
The tomb complex and the other imperial structures of Mumtazabad were maintained by the income of thirty villages given specifically for the tomb’s support. The name Taj Mahal is unknown in Mughal chronicles, but it is used by contemporary Europeans in India, suggesting that this was the tomb’s popular name. in contemporary texis, it is generally called simply the illuminated Tomb (Rauza-i-Munavvara).
Mumtaz Mahal died shortly after delivering her fourteenth child in 1631. The Mughal court was then residing in Buhanpur. Her remains were temporarily buried by the grief stricken emperor in a spacious garden known as Zainabad on the bank of the river Tapti. Six months later her body was transported to Agra, where it was interred in land chosen for the mausoleum. This land, situated south of the Mughal city on the bank of the Jamuna, had belonged to the Kachwaha rajas since the time of Raja Man Singh and was purchased from the then current raja, Jai Singh. Although contemporary chronicles indicate Jai Singh’s willing cooperation in this exchange, extant farmans (imperial commands) indicate that the final price was not settled until almost two years after the mausoleum’s commencement. Jai Singh’s further cooperation was insured by imperial orders issued between 1632 and 1637 demanding that the provide stone masons and carts to transport marble from the mines at Makrana, within his “ancestral domain”, to Agra where both the Taj Mahal and Shah Jahan’s additions to the Agra fort were constructed concurrently.
Work on the mausoleum was commenced early in 1632. Inscriptional evidence indicates much of the tomb was completed by 1636. By 1643, when Shah Jahan most lavishly celebrated the ‘Urs ceremony for Mumtaz Mahal’, the entire complex was virtually complete.

The popular name Taj Mahal was given by
 A Shah Jahan B Tourists C Public D European travellers
 Question 44
Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions (42 to 47):
The Taj Mahal has become one of the world’s best known monuments. This domed white marble structure is situated on a high plinth at the southern end of four-quartered garden, evoking the gardens of paradise, enclosed within walls measuring 305 by 549 meters. Outside the walls, in an area known as Mumtazabad, were living quarters for attendants, market, serials and other structures built by local merchants and nobles.
The tomb complex and the other imperial structures of Mumtazabad were maintained by the income of thirty villages given specifically for the tomb’s support. The name Taj Mahal is unknown in Mughal chronicles, but it is used by contemporary Europeans in India, suggesting that this was the tomb’s popular name. in contemporary texis, it is generally called simply the illuminated Tomb (Rauza-i-Munavvara).
Mumtaz Mahal died shortly after delivering her fourteenth child in 1631. The Mughal court was then residing in Buhanpur. Her remains were temporarily buried by the grief stricken emperor in a spacious garden known as Zainabad on the bank of the river Tapti. Six months later her body was transported to Agra, where it was interred in land chosen for the mausoleum. This land, situated south of the Mughal city on the bank of the Jamuna, had belonged to the Kachwaha rajas since the time of Raja Man Singh and was purchased from the then current raja, Jai Singh. Although contemporary chronicles indicate Jai Singh’s willing cooperation in this exchange, extant farmans (imperial commands) indicate that the final price was not settled until almost two years after the mausoleum’s commencement. Jai Singh’s further cooperation was insured by imperial orders issued between 1632 and 1637 demanding that the provide stone masons and carts to transport marble from the mines at Makrana, within his “ancestral domain”, to Agra where both the Taj Mahal and Shah Jahan’s additions to the Agra fort were constructed concurrently.
Work on the mausoleum was commenced early in 1632. Inscriptional evidence indicates much of the tomb was completed by 1636. By 1643, when Shah Jahan most lavishly celebrated the ‘Urs ceremony for Mumtaz Mahal’, the entire complex was virtually complete.

Point out the true statement from the following:
 A Marble was not used for the construction of the Taj Mahal. B Red sand stone is non-visible in the Taj Mahal complex. C The Taj Mahal is surrounded by a four-quatered garden known as Chahr Bagh. D The Taj Mahal was constructed to celebrate the “Urs ceremony for Mumtaz Mahal”.
 Question 45
Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions (42 to 47):
The Taj Mahal has become one of the world’s best known monuments. This domed white marble structure is situated on a high plinth at the southern end of four-quartered garden, evoking the gardens of paradise, enclosed within walls measuring 305 by 549 meters. Outside the walls, in an area known as Mumtazabad, were living quarters for attendants, market, serials and other structures built by local merchants and nobles.
The tomb complex and the other imperial structures of Mumtazabad were maintained by the income of thirty villages given specifically for the tomb’s support. The name Taj Mahal is unknown in Mughal chronicles, but it is used by contemporary Europeans in India, suggesting that this was the tomb’s popular name. in contemporary texis, it is generally called simply the illuminated Tomb (Rauza-i-Munavvara).
Mumtaz Mahal died shortly after delivering her fourteenth child in 1631. The Mughal court was then residing in Buhanpur. Her remains were temporarily buried by the grief stricken emperor in a spacious garden known as Zainabad on the bank of the river Tapti. Six months later her body was transported to Agra, where it was interred in land chosen for the mausoleum. This land, situated south of the Mughal city on the bank of the Jamuna, had belonged to the Kachwaha rajas since the time of Raja Man Singh and was purchased from the then current raja, Jai Singh. Although contemporary chronicles indicate Jai Singh’s willing cooperation in this exchange, extant farmans (imperial commands) indicate that the final price was not settled until almost two years after the mausoleum’s commencement. Jai Singh’s further cooperation was insured by imperial orders issued between 1632 and 1637 demanding that the provide stone masons and carts to transport marble from the mines at Makrana, within his “ancestral domain”, to Agra where both the Taj Mahal and Shah Jahan’s additions to the Agra fort were constructed concurrently.
Work on the mausoleum was commenced early in 1632. Inscriptional evidence indicates much of the tomb was completed by 1636. By 1643, when Shah Jahan most lavishly celebrated the ‘Urs ceremony for Mumtaz Mahal’, the entire complex was virtually complete.

In the contemporary texts the Taj Mahal is known
 Question 46
Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions (42 to 47):
The Taj Mahal has become one of the world’s best known monuments. This domed white marble structure is situated on a high plinth at the southern end of four-quartered garden, evoking the gardens of paradise, enclosed within walls measuring 305 by 549 meters. Outside the walls, in an area known as Mumtazabad, were living quarters for attendants, market, serials and other structures built by local merchants and nobles.
The tomb complex and the other imperial structures of Mumtazabad were maintained by the income of thirty villages given specifically for the tomb’s support. The name Taj Mahal is unknown in Mughal chronicles, but it is used by contemporary Europeans in India, suggesting that this was the tomb’s popular name. in contemporary texis, it is generally called simply the illuminated Tomb (Rauza-i-Munavvara).
Mumtaz Mahal died shortly after delivering her fourteenth child in 1631. The Mughal court was then residing in Buhanpur. Her remains were temporarily buried by the grief stricken emperor in a spacious garden known as Zainabad on the bank of the river Tapti. Six months later her body was transported to Agra, where it was interred in land chosen for the mausoleum. This land, situated south of the Mughal city on the bank of the Jamuna, had belonged to the Kachwaha rajas since the time of Raja Man Singh and was purchased from the then current raja, Jai Singh. Although contemporary chronicles indicate Jai Singh’s willing cooperation in this exchange, extant farmans (imperial commands) indicate that the final price was not settled until almost two years after the mausoleum’s commencement. Jai Singh’s further cooperation was insured by imperial orders issued between 1632 and 1637 demanding that the provide stone masons and carts to transport marble from the mines at Makrana, within his “ancestral domain”, to Agra where both the Taj Mahal and Shah Jahan’s additions to the Agra fort were constructed concurrently.
Work on the mausoleum was commenced early in 1632. Inscriptional evidence indicates much of the tomb was completed by 1636. By 1643, when Shah Jahan most lavishly celebrated the ‘Urs ceremony for Mumtaz Mahal’, the entire complex was virtually complete.

The Construction of the Taj Mahal was completed between the period
 A 1632-1636 A.D. B 1630-1643 A.D. C 1632-1643 A.D. D 1636-1643 A.D.
 Question 47
Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions (42 to 47):
The Taj Mahal has become one of the world’s best known monuments. This domed white marble structure is situated on a high plinth at the southern end of four-quartered garden, evoking the gardens of paradise, enclosed within walls measuring 305 by 549 meters. Outside the walls, in an area known as Mumtazabad, were living quarters for attendants, market, serials and other structures built by local merchants and nobles.
The tomb complex and the other imperial structures of Mumtazabad were maintained by the income of thirty villages given specifically for the tomb’s support. The name Taj Mahal is unknown in Mughal chronicles, but it is used by contemporary Europeans in India, suggesting that this was the tomb’s popular name. in contemporary texis, it is generally called simply the illuminated Tomb (Rauza-i-Munavvara).
Mumtaz Mahal died shortly after delivering her fourteenth child in 1631. The Mughal court was then residing in Buhanpur. Her remains were temporarily buried by the grief stricken emperor in a spacious garden known as Zainabad on the bank of the river Tapti. Six months later her body was transported to Agra, where it was interred in land chosen for the mausoleum. This land, situated south of the Mughal city on the bank of the Jamuna, had belonged to the Kachwaha rajas since the time of Raja Man Singh and was purchased from the then current raja, Jai Singh. Although contemporary chronicles indicate Jai Singh’s willing cooperation in this exchange, extant farmans (imperial commands) indicate that the final price was not settled until almost two years after the mausoleum’s commencement. Jai Singh’s further cooperation was insured by imperial orders issued between 1632 and 1637 demanding that the provide stone masons and carts to transport marble from the mines at Makrana, within his “ancestral domain”, to Agra where both the Taj Mahal and Shah Jahan’s additions to the Agra fort were constructed concurrently.
Work on the mausoleum was commenced early in 1632. Inscriptional evidence indicates much of the tomb was completed by 1636. By 1643, when Shah Jahan most lavishly celebrated the ‘Urs ceremony for Mumtaz Mahal’, the entire complex was virtually complete.

The documents indicating the ownership of land, where the Taj Mahal was built, known as
 A Farman B Sale Deed C Sale-Purchase Deed D None of the above
 Question 48
In the process of communication, which one of the following is in the chronological order?
 A Communicator, Medium, Receiver, Effect, Message B Medium, Communicator, Message, Receiver, Effect C Communicator, Message, Medium, Receiver, Effect. D Message, Communicator, Medium, Receiver, Effect.
Communication       Process-of-Communication
 Question 49
Bengal Gazette, the first Newspaper in India was started in 1780 by
 A Dr. Annie Besant B James Augustus Hicky C Lord Cripson D A.O. Hume
 Question 50
Press censorship in India was imposed during the tenure of the Prime Minister
 A Rajeev Gandhi B Narasimha Rao C Indira Gandhi D Deve Gowda
 Question 51
Communication via New media such as computers, teleshopping, internet and mobile telephony is termed as
 A Entertainment B Interactive communication C Developmental communication D Communication
ICT       Information-and-Comunication-Technology
 Question 52
Classroom communication of a teacher rests on the principle of
 A Infotainment B Edutainment C Entertainment D Enlightenment
Communication       Classroom-Communication
 Question 53
__________________ is important when a teacher communicates with his/her student.
 A Sympathy B Empathy C Apathy D Antipathy
Communication       Classroom-Communication
 Question 54
In a certain code GALIB is represented by HBMJC. TIGER will be represented by
 A UJHFS B UHJSE C JHUSF D HUJSE
Mathematical-Reasoning       Coding-and-Decoding
Question 54 Explanation:
 Question 55
In a certain cricket tournament 45 matches were played. Each team played once against each of the other teams. The number of teams participated in the tournament is
 A 8 B 10 C 12 D 210
Mathematical-Reasoning       Averages
Question 55 Explanation:
 Question 56
The missing number in the series
40, 120, 60, 180, 90, ?, 135 is
 A 110 B 270 C 105 D 210
Mathematical-Reasoning       Series-Test
Question 56 Explanation:
40, 120, 60, 180, 90, 270, 135
40 * 3 = 120
60 * 3 = 180
90 * 3 = 270
 Question 57
The odd numbers from 1 to 45 which are exactly divisible by 3 are arranged in an ascending order. The number at 6 th position is
 A 18 B 24 C 33 D 36
Mathematical-Reasoning       Number-Theory
 Question 58
The mean of four numbers a,b,c,d is 100. IF c = 70, then the mean of the remaining numbers is
 A 30 B 85/2 C 170/3 D 110
Mathematical-Reasoning       Averages
Question 58 Explanation:
 Question 59
If the radius of a circle is increased by 50%, the perimeter of the circle will increased by
 A 20% B 30% C 40% D 50%
Mathematical-Reasoning       Geometry
 Question 60
If the statement ‘some men are honest’ is false, which among the following
statements will be true. Choose the correct code given below:
(i) All men are honest
(ii) No men are honest
(iii) Some men are not honest.
(iv) All men are dishonest.
 A (i), (ii) and (iii) B (ii), (iii) and (iv) C (i), (iii) and (iv) D (ii), (i) and (iv)
Logical-Reasoning       Square-of-opposition
There are 60 questions to complete.