Q #1

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**Directions:** These questions are based on the table given below.

For which state is the number of male illiterates as a percentage of total population the highest?

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Q #2

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**Directions: ** These questions are based on the following table which provides the profile of the batch of students of 2001 at IIM Bangalore.

If all the commerce and arts graduates in the batch take finance as their specialization, what percentage of the batch comprises of finance specialists?

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Explanation: All commerce and arts graduates take finance as specialization but nothing mentioned about others not taking finance.

Q #3

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**Directions: **These questions are based on the diagram given below.

The location of several important cities and their relative distances from and bearing with respect to Delhi are represented in the figure given below. Each unit on the scale indicates a distance of 500 miles.

Air India operates three types of aircrafts in order to reach the indicated destinations. The aircrafts are Airbus A-340, Boeing 737 – 400 and Airbus A – 3XX having ranges of 1500, 2000 and 4500 miles respectively on a single refueling. In all the questions that follow, every flight is assumed to start from Delhi.

If after some technical improvements Airbus A – 3XX is upgraded to Airbus A – 4XX, which has a range 500 miles more than that of Airbus A – 3XX, then of the cities shown how many can be reached by Airbus A – 4XX in single refueling?

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Q #4

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**Directions:** - These questions are based on the following data.

On what day(s) of the week is it possible for Praful to make the following two statements?

- I lied yesterday
- I will lie tomorrow

What day (s)?

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If Parful is lying
I is a lie ? today is a Monday
II is a lie ?Today is a Wednesday
I and II cannot be lies simultaneously
Let Praful be speaking the truth
I is true ? today is Thursday.
II is true ? today is Sunday.
I and II cannot be simultaneously true.
such a case is not possible.

Q #5

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**Directions: **Select the correct alternative from the given choices.

A student has a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.20 at the end of three terms at an MBA program. The total number of credits a student takes in three terms at the institute is 51. He decides to take 18 credits in the 4th term.

What is the minimum Grade Point Average that he has to obtain in the 4th term so as to pull up his CGPA to 3.30 at the end of the 4th term? (The GPA being calculated only upto places two decimal)

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