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## Solutions to CE Mock Aptitude Test - 3 - Discuss Here!

• Monday

• Tuesday

• Saturday

• Sunday (Answer)

2. A is father of B; B is brother of C; C is mother of D. How is A related to D?

• Cousin

• Grandfather (Answer)

• Uncle

• Father

3. Select the correct negation of the following statement.

If Sachin scores a century, India wins.

• Sachin did not score a century, but India won.

• Sachin did not score a century and India did not win.

• Sachin scored a century but India did not win. (Answer)

• Eithher (1) or (3)

4. If A scores 20 % more than B, then by what % does B scores less than A?

• 20%

• 25%

• 16.67% (Answer)

• 18%

5. Average age of a family of 5 members is 25. What is the average age in years of the same family of five members after 5 years?

• 28

• 30 (Answer)

• 31

• 35

6. X and Y can do a piece of work in 12 and 24 days respectively. In how many days the work gets completed if both of them work together?

• 8 (Answer)

• 10

• 9

• 8.5

7. The distance between two persons is 800 m. If they start moving towards each other simultaneously at 15 m/s and 10 m/s, then in how much time do they meet?

• 30 sec

• 32 sec (Answer)

• 35 sec

• 40 sec

8. If a, b, c are the sides of a triangle, Then which of the following cannot be equal to a, b, c?

• 5, 8, 13 (Answer)

• 2, 2, 3

• 15, 8, 17

• 2, 3, 4

9. The table gives information of the number of cars sold during 2005 to 2010 for four types of cars.

[TABLE]

[TR]

[TD]Year Type

[/TD]

[TD]Maruti 800

[/TD]

[TD]ALTO

[/TD]

[TD]ZEN

[/TD]

[TD]SX4

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD]2005

[/TD]

[TD]180

[/TD]

[TD]80

[/TD]

[TD]160

[/TD]

[TD]125

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD]2006

[/TD]

[TD]196

[/TD]

[TD] 75

[/TD]

[TD]170

[/TD]

[TD]137

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD]2007

[/TD]

[TD]200

[/TD]

[TD]92

[/TD]

[TD]182

[/TD]

[TD]168

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD]2008

[/TD]

[TD]180

[/TD]

[TD]60

[/TD]

[TD]191

[/TD]

[TD]178

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD]2009

[/TD]

[TD]210

[/TD]

[TD]95

[/TD]

[TD]192

[/TD]

[TD]169

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD]2010

[/TD]

[TD]215

[/TD]

[TD]120

[/TD]

[TD]203

[/TD]

[TD]204

[/TD]

[/TR]

[/TABLE]

In the given period which type of car has shown maximum increase?

• Maruti 800

• Alto

• Zen

• SX4 (Answer)

10. In which year the average production of four wheelers the maximum?

• 2007

• 2008

• 2009

• 2010 (Answer)

11. For which type of car, the production has increased continuously?

• Maruti 800

• Alto

• Zen (Answer)

• SX4

12. The production of Alto in 2010 is what % of that in 2008?

• 50%

• 100%

• 200% (Answer)

• None of these

13. What is difference in the production of Zen and SX4 in 2010?

• 1

• 10

• 100

• 1000 (Answer)

14. Directions for questions 14 to 17 - [

Each question is followed by two statements. Decide whether the information is sufficient to answer the questions or not. Mark 1 if the question can be answered by using statement 1 alone, but cannot be answered by using statement 2 alone. Mark 2 if the question can be answered by using either statement alone. Mark 3 if the question can be answered by using both the statements together, but cannot be answered by using either statement alone. Mark 4 if the question cannot be answered even by using both the statements together.

What are the ages of Ram and Rahim respectively?

(a) The ratio of their ages 2 years hence will be 1.5

(b) The ratio of their ages 2 years ago was 2

• 1

• 2

• 3 (Answer)

• 4

15. How many employees are there in the company?

(a) The average weight of employees of the company is 50.

(b) The sum of the weights of all employees is 5000.

• 1

• 2

• 3 (Answer)

• 4

16. What is the value of x?

(a) x2 - 5x + 6 = 0

(b) x > 0

• 1

• 2

• 3

• 4 (Answer)

17. Is x > y?

(a) x - y > 1

(b) y - x > 1

• 1

• 2 (Answer)

• 3

• 4

18. What is the profit?

(a) The selling price and Cost price are 500, 400

(b) The selling price is Rs.20 more than cost price

• 1

• 2 (Answer)

• 3

• 4

19. For questions 19 to 22 -

Find the missing term.

2, 8, 22, 44, 74, ?

• 98

• 112 (Answer)

• 100

• 96

20. 1, 8, 9, 64, 25, 216, ?

• 49 (Answer)

• 343

• 243

• 512

21. 2, 3, 5, 7, ?

• 9

• 11 (Answer)

• 10

• 8

22. (A, A), (B, D), (C, I), (D, P), ?

• (E, Y) (Answer)

• (E, Q)

• (F, G)

• (E, S)

23. AN, BM, CL, DK, ?

• EY

• EJ (Answer)

• FG

• GK

24. Find the logical conclusion of the following statements.

All A’s are B’s.

All B’s are C’s.

• All C’s are A’s

• No C is A

• All A’s are C’s. (Answer)

• None of these

25. Find the logical conclusion of the following statements.

No A’s are B’s.

All B’s are C’s.

• All C’s are A’s

• No C is A.

• Some C’s are not A’s (Answer)

• Some A’ are not C’s

26. 2 workers and 7 boys can do a piece of work in 14 days. 3 workers and 8 boys can do the same in 11 days. Then, 8 workers and 6 boys can do three times the amount of this work in

• 18 days

• 21 days (Answer)

• 24 days

• 30 days

27. Meena purchased a mobile at 9/10th of its seling price and sold it at 8% more than its selling price. Find her gain percent.

• 15%

• 12%

• 20% (Answer)

• 22%

28. Ram and Seeta can do a piece of work in 18 days. Seeta and Geeta can do it in 24 days. Ram and Geeta can do it in 36 days. In how many days will Ram, Seeta and Geeta finish it, working together?

• 16 days (Answer)

• 12 days

• 18 days

• 15 days

29. A large tank is filled in 6 hours by three pipes X, Y and Z. The pipe Z is twice as fast as Y and Y is twice as fast as X. How much time will pipe X alone take to fill the tank?

• 20 hours

• 25 hours

• 42 hours (Answer)

• cannot be determined

30. In a sports complex the jogging track is 726 metres in circumference. Ramesh and Lata start from the same point and walk in opposite directions at 4.5km/hr and 3.75km/hr respectively. They will meet for the first time in:

• 4.9 mins

• 5.28 mins (Answer)

• 5.5 mins

• 6 mins

31. Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word in capital letters.

COMMODIOUS:

• careless

• reticent

• cramped (Answer)

• enclosed

32. MACULATED :

• unfocused

• unspotted (Answer)

• unfeigned

• unplanned

33. ASPERSIONS :

• apologies

• rewards

• vexation

• flattery (Answer)

34. Each question has a pair of CAPITALIZED words followed by four pairs of words. Choose the pair of words which best expresses the relationship SIMILAR to that expressed in the capitalized pair.

TEMPERAMENTAL : STOLID

• mercurial : impassive (Answer)

• moody : brusque

• hostile : sedate

• vivacious : lively

35. SALT : BRINE

• flavor : broth

• seasoning : meal

• thyme :herb

• sugar : syrup (Answer)

36. CURE : MEDICATION

• diagnose : drug

• prevent : vaccination (Answer)

• poison : antidote

• treat : examination

37. Following is the passage which is followed by 4 questions based on its content. After reading a passage , choose the best answer to each question.

If a supernova (the explosion of a massive star) triggered star formation from dense clouds of gas and dust, and if the most massive star to be formed from the cloud evolved into a supernova and triggered a new round of star formation, and so on, then a chain of star -forming regions would result. If many such chains were created in a differentially rotating galaxy,the distribution of stars would resemble the observed distribution in a spiral galaxy. This line of reasoning underlies an exciting new theory of spiral-galaxy structure.

A computer simulation theory has reproduced the appearance of many spiral galaxies without assuming an underlying density wave, the hallmark of the most widely accepted theory of large-scale structure of spiral galaxies. That theory maintains that a density wave of spiral form sweeps through the central plane of galaxy, compressing clouds of gas and dust, which collapse into stars that form a spiral pattern.

The primary purpose of the passage is to :

• Describe what results when a supernova triggers the creation of chains of star-forming regions.

• Propose a modification in the most widely accepted theory of spiral-galaxy structure.

• Compare and contrast the roles of clouds of gas and dust in two theories of spiral-galaxy structure.

• Describe a new theory of spiral-galaxy structure and contrast it with the most widely accepted theory. (Answer)

38. The passage implies that, according to the new theory of spiral-galaxy structure, a spiral galaxy can be created by supernovas when the supernovas are:

• producing an underlying density wave

• affected by a density wave of spiral form

• located in a differentially rotating galaxy (Answer)

• distributed in spiral pattern

39. Which of the following, if true, would most discredit the new theory as described in the passage?

• The exact mechanism by which a star becomes a supernova is not yet completely known and may even differ for different stars.

• The most massive stars formed from supernova explosions are unlikely to evolve into supernovas. (Answer)

• Computer simulations of supernovas provide a poor picture of what occurs just before a supernova explosion,

• A density wave cannot compress clouds of gas and dust to density high enough to create a star.

40. The author's attitude toward the new theory of spiral- galaxy structure can best described as :

• euphoric

• concerned

• enthusiastic (Answer)

• critical