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  1. Sachin Shukla

    Eight Friends — Romil, Rakesh, Mukesh, Rohit, Rahul, Anupam, Neeraj and Anil — are seated around a circular table, but not necessarily in the same order. Four of them are facing the centre and the others are facing outward. They belong to eight different cities — Bhopal, Patna, Kolkata, Delhi, Gwalior, Ranchi, Chennai and Rajkot but not necessarily in the same order. Anupam faces the centre and sits third to the right of Rakesh. Rohit belongs to Kolkata and faces the person who belongs to Ranchi. Neeraj sits third to the right of Mukesh, who lives in Bhopal. The persons who belong to Delhi and Gwalior are facing the same direction (inward or outward). Rahul is sitting between the person who belongs to Kolkata and the one from Rajkot respectively. Romil belongs to Gwalior and Rakesh belongs to Patna. The person who belongs to Chennai is facing outward and is the immediate neighbour of the person who belongs to Rajkot. Anil is the immediate neighbour of the ones who belong to Gwalior and Chennai. Rahul is on the immediate left of Rohit. Anil sits third to the right of Rahul.

    1. !!! m@umit@ !!!

      Clock wise direction_____

      Neeraj (out) Chennai
      Anupam (in) Rajkot
      Rahul (in) Delhi
      Rohit (out) kolkata
      Rakesh (in) patna
      Mukesh (out) Bhopal
      Romil (in) Gwalior
      Anil (out) Ranchi

    2. Player

      Rohit….kol…in
      Rahul ..delhi..out
      Anup……rajkkot…in
      Neraj…chen..out
      Anil..Ranchi…in
      Romil…gwal///out
      Mukesh…bhopa…in
      Rakes…out patna

    3. ครђ

      Rahul-Delhi-In
      Rohit-Kol-Out
      Rakesh-Patna-In
      Mukesh-Bhopal-Out
      Romil-Gwa-In
      Anil-Ranchi-Out
      Neeraj-Chennai-out
      Anupam-Rajkot-In

      1. Player

        Rohit belongs to Kolkata and faces the person who belongs to Ranchi……..means they sit opposite to each other facing centre ????????

  2. GujjU PoOH_N!T

    welcome all

  3. ครђ

    Gdeve everyone!! 🙂

    1. Destiny : Ultimate

      ge 🙂

  4. Sachin Shukla

    After disrupting the smart phone segment with its aggressive priced devices, the company has managed to do the same for the tablet segment.

    1
    After disrupted the smart phone segment
    2
    After disrupting a smart phone segment
    3
    Before disrupting the smart phone segment
    4
    After it disrupts the smart phone segment
    5
    No correction required

    1. Sachin Shukla

      correct Ans 5

  5. Sachin Shukla

    In the initial days, the company would have been scouting for locals who could service particular regions.

    1
    Had to scout

    2
    Had to do scouting
    3
    Could have been scouting
    4
    Was being scouting
    5
    No correction required

    1. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 111

  6. Sachin Shukla

    Even with regular online food ordering entities, apps are increasing becoming the preferred option used by customers

    1
    Apps have increased

    2
    Apps are increasingly becoming

    3
    Apps will increase and become
    4
    Apps will become
    5
    No correction required

    1. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 22

  7. GujjU PoOH_N!T

    Khap panchayats are extra-constitutional bodies in Haryana that decry (A) /decree(B) institutionalised atrocities.

    The Khap leaders are universally criticised for imposing regressive diktats that fetter (A)/curb(B) women.

    Patriarchal and misogynist, Khaps have played a key role in reducing Haryana’s sex ratio to an immeasurable (A)/abysmal (B) low.

    The recent apex court directive against Khap panchayats holds the district administration including the police accountable for the prevention of the barbaric acts carried out at the behest(A)/recommendation(B) of the Khaps.

    1. @chasmish_/_

      kya kru iska??

      1. GujjU PoOH_N!T

        decry (A) /decree(B)

        sb sentence me se ye word select krne konsa right

    2. GujjU PoOH_N!T

      BABA
      AABB
      BBAB
      ABBA

    3. GujjU PoOH_N!T

      Sentence 1- Khap panchayats are extra-constitutional bodies in Haryana that decry (A) /decree(B) institutionalised atrocities.

      “Decry” means to condemn or speak disparagingly of

      “Decree” means to command or ordain

      Either of the words might be the right choice to fit in this sentence. We need to read the rest of the sentences to understand the context.

      Sentence 2- The Khap leaders are universally criticised for imposing regressive diktats that fetter (A)/curb(B) women.

      The passage is talking of Khap panchayats “imposing regressive diktats”. So the correct word for sentence 1 is decree, not decry.

      Now for the correct word to choose in sentence 2:

      “Fetter” means to confine or restrain. “Curb” also means something similar, to restrain or check. But considering the object in question, women, “fetter women” makes better sense than “curb women”.

      Sentence 3 – Patriarchal and misogynist, Khaps have played a key role in reducing Haryana’s sex ratio to an immeasurable (A)/abysmal (B) low.

      “Immeasurable” means incapable of being measured.

      “Abysmal” means very deep or great.

      The right choice here is abysmal. Haryana’s sex ratio has been reduced to a great low.

      Sentence 4- The recent apex court directive against Khap panchayats holds the district administration including the police accountable for the prevention of the barbaric acts carried out at the behest(A)/recommendation(B) of the Khaps.

      “Behest” means command or directive. It makes better sense here than “recommendation”, which is a weak substitute.

  8. @chasmish_/_

    Mam nhi hain

  9. Sachin Shukla

    I recommend (1)/ you eat only organic fruits (2)/ and vegetables, (3)/ that are available in local grocery stores. (4)/ No error (5)

    1

    2

    3
    4

    5

    1. GujjU PoOH_N!T

      those

    2. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 44

  10. Sachin Shukla

    Mr. Anthony Marcus mentioned (1)/ that he wanted (2)/ to consult an attorney (3)/ who he had met in New York. (4)/ No error (5)

    1. !!! m@umit@ !!!

      4444

    2. GujjU PoOH_N!T

      whom

    3. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 4

  11. Sachin Shukla

    The people of the ancient Assyrian Empire were renowned warriors, although they also crafted some of the best-preserved ancient art.

    1
    Had been renowned warriors, although they also crafted
    2
    Were renowned warriors, and also crafted
    3
    Were renowned warrior, although they also crafted

    4
    Were renowned warriors, although they crafted
    5
    No error

    1. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 5 No error..

  12. Sachin Shukla

    Mr. Srinivasan is __ to become chairman of the group ____ the retirement of his father.

    1
    set, following

    2
    voted, subsequent
    3
    selected, despite

    4
    approved, because
    5
    decided, after

    1. !!! m@umit@ !!!

      555

    2. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 111

  13. Sachin Shukla

    In the following question four words are given, of which two words are most nearly the same or opposite in the meaning. Find such suitable pair and mark your answer accordingly.

    A. contingent B. permissive C. confirmed D. endorsed

    1
    B-A
    2
    C-A
    3
    C-B
    4
    B-D
    5
    D-C

    1. !!! m@umit@ !!!

      555//

    2. MAYANK BHARADWAJ100%

      contigent==animosty
      permissive==meek
      confirmed====support
      endorsed===support GE ALLL

      1. Player

        yr telel grp going on ??

        1. MAYANK BHARADWAJ100%

          not opening this time RITESH BRO IS OUT OF CITY

    3. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 222

  14. Sachin Shukla

    In the following question four words are given, of which two words are most nearly the same or opposite in the meaning. Find such suitable pair and mark your answer accordingly.

    A.repeat B.reverberate C.retaliate D.reciprocate

    1
    B-D
    2
    C-D

    3
    A-C
    4
    A-B
    5
    B-C

    1. MAYANK BHARADWAJ100%

      sorry33333

    2. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 22

      1. MAYANK BHARADWAJ100%

        bro confusion

        1. Sachin Shukla

          A. Repeat: say again, reiterate, replicate

          B. Reverberate: echo, resonate

          C. Retaliate: to repay insult by inflicting one in return; tit for tat; to revenge

          D. Reciprocate: to respond to an action with a similar one.

  15. Sachin Shukla

    ___to your error the __ consignment has been delayed by a week.

    1
    According, important

    2
    Duly, urgent
    3
    Owing, entire

    4
    Added, crucial

    1. MAYANK BHARADWAJ100%

      33333

    2. Bubli

      owing, entire

  16. Sachin Shukla

    The study of accountancy is (A) in demand in the view of (B) of greater complexity in our business organization. Formerly a (C) of day-to-day income and expenditure was more than (D). A business organization today has to (E) a clear account of the (F) it uses, the amounts that are owing to it, the amount that it owes to others, the profit or loss it has made and the (G) it employs. Without a scientific (H) of accounting no businessperson can be fully (I) of his real (J) position and run his organization.

    What will come in the blank represented by letter (A)?

    1
    progressing
    2
    getting
    3
    powering
    4
    moving
    5
    growing

    1. MAYANK BHARADWAJ100%

      5555

    2. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 555

      1. Player

        all have almost same sense…progressing ,powering,powering…..than why growing ?

  17. Sachin Shukla

    The study of accountancy is (A) in demand in the view of (B) of greater complexity in our business organization. Formerly a (C) of day-to-day income and expenditure was more than (D). A business organization today has to (E) a clear account of the (F) it uses, the amounts that are owing to it, the amount that it owes to others, the profit or loss it has made and the (G) it employs. Without a scientific (H) of accounting no businessperson can be fully (I) of his real (J) position and run his organization.

    What will come in the blank represented by letter (B)?

    1
    demand
    2
    growth

    3
    status

    4
    position
    5
    slackness

    1. MAYANK BHARADWAJ100%

      3333

    2. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 22

  18. Sachin Shukla

    The study of accountancy is (A) in demand in the view of (B) of greater complexity in our business organization. Formerly a (C) of day-to-day income and expenditure was more than (D). A business organization today has to (E) a clear account of the (F) it uses, the amounts that are owing to it, the amount that it owes to others, the profit or loss it has made and the (G) it employs. Without a scientific (H) of accounting no businessperson can be fully (I) of his real (J) position and run his organization.

    What will come in the blank represented by letter (C)?

    1
    mixture
    2
    map
    3
    measure

    4
    record

    5
    transaction

    1. MAYANK BHARADWAJ100%

      55555555555555555555555555555

    2. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 444

  19. Sachin Shukla

    The study of accountancy is (A) in demand in the view of (B) of greater complexity in our business organization. Formerly a (C) of day-to-day income and expenditure was more than (D). A business organization today has to (E) a clear account of the (F) it uses, the amounts that are owing to it, the amount that it owes to others, the profit or loss it has made and the (G) it employs. Without a scientific (H) of accounting no businessperson can be fully (I) of his real (J) position and run his organization.

    What will come in the blank represented by letter (D)?

    1
    sufficient

    2
    anticipated

    3
    expected
    4
    required
    5
    necessary

    1. MAYANK BHARADWAJ100%

      4444444444

    2. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 11

  20. MAYANK BHARADWAJ100%

    sppeedddd up bro??????

  21. Sachin Shukla

    The study of accountancy is (A) in demand in the view of (B) of greater complexity in our business organization. Formerly a (C) of day-to-day income and expenditure was more than (D). A business organization today has to (E) a clear account of the (F) it uses, the amounts that are owing to it, the amount that it owes to others, the profit or loss it has made and the (G) it employs. Without a scientific (H) of accounting no businessperson can be fully (I) of his real (J) position and run his organization.

    What will come in the blank represented by letter (E)?

    1
    gather
    2
    observe
    3
    maintain

    4
    organize
    5
    assimilate

      1. ครђ

        Gdeve bro 🙂

      2. PHOENIX

        Today u’ll conduct quiz naa ??

        1. Gusto

          yes but its already going on

    1. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 33

  22. Sachin Shukla

    The study of accountancy is (A) in demand in the view of (B) of greater complexity in our business organization. Formerly a (C) of day-to-day income and expenditure was more than (D). A business organization today has to (E) a clear account of the (F) it uses, the amounts that are owing to it, the amount that it owes to others, the profit or loss it has made and the (G) it employs. Without a scientific (H) of accounting no businessperson can be fully (I) of his real (J) position and run his organization.

    What will come in the blank represented by letter (F)?

    1
    manpower
    2
    infrastructure
    3
    money

    4
    resources

    5
    capabilities

    1. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 333

  23. Archana

    is this discussion zone is only for english???

    1. Gusto

      no for all subj

    2. PHOENIX

      8-9 only English

    3. Bubli

      discussion + quiz

    4. Ambika

      8-9 pm english
      but anyone can conduct any quiz after that

      1. PHOENIX

        Hello dear?
        After so many days..

        1. Ambika

          hello sis :))))
          how r u

          1. PHOENIX

            Fine…U ??

  24. Sachin Shukla

    The study of accountancy is (A) in demand in the view of (B) of greater complexity in our business organization. Formerly a (C) of day-to-day income and expenditure was more than (D). A business organization today has to (E) a clear account of the (F) it uses, the amounts that are owing to it, the amount that it owes to others, the profit or loss it has made and the (G) it employs. Without a scientific (H) of accounting no businessperson can be fully (I) of his real (J) position and run his organization.

    What will come in the blank represented by letter (G)?

    1
    capital

    2
    strength
    3
    authority
    4
    strategies
    5
    principles

    1. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 111

  25. Sachin Shukla

    The study of accountancy is (A) in demand in the view of (B) of greater complexity in our business organization. Formerly a (C) of day-to-day income and expenditure was more than (D). A business organization today has to (E) a clear account of the (F) it uses, the amounts that are owing to it, the amount that it owes to others, the profit or loss it has made and the (G) it employs. Without a scientific (H) of accounting no businessperson can be fully (I) of his real (J) position and run his organization.

    What will come in the blank represented by letter (H)?

    1
    way
    2
    plan
    3
    system

    4
    goal
    5
    purpose

    1. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 333

  26. Sachin Shukla

    The study of accountancy is (A) in demand in the view of (B) of greater complexity in our business organization. Formerly a (C) of day-to-day income and expenditure was more than (D). A business organization today has to (E) a clear account of the (F) it uses, the amounts that are owing to it, the amount that it owes to others, the profit or loss it has made and the (G) it employs. Without a scientific (H) of accounting no businessperson can be fully (I) of his real (J) position and run his organization.

    What will come in the blank represented by letter (I)?

    1
    ignorant
    2
    alert
    3
    prepared

    4
    vigilant
    5
    aware

    1. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 55

  27. Sachin Shukla

    The study of accountancy is (A) in demand in the view of (B) of greater complexity in our business organization. Formerly a (C) of day-to-day income and expenditure was more than (D). A business organization today has to (E) a clear account of the (F) it uses, the amounts that are owing to it, the amount that it owes to others, the profit or loss it has made and the (G) it employs. Without a scientific (H) of accounting no businessperson can be fully (I) of his real (J) position and run his organization.

    What will come in the blank represented by letter (J)?

    1
    administrative
    2
    financial

    3
    capacity
    4
    business

    5
    hierarchical

    1. Sachin Shukla

      correct ans 222

  28. Sachin Shukla

    Now 10qsn computer are You all ready….?

  29. Sachin Shukla

    Computer and communication technologies, such as communication links to the Internet that provide help and understanding to the end user is known as-

    1
    Presentation file
    2
    Information technology

    3
    Program
    4
    Worksheet file
    5
    FTP

  30. Sachin Shukla

    Which of the following is contained on chips connected to the system board and is a holding area for data instructions and information ? ( Processed data waiting to be output to secondary storage)

    1
    Program

    2
    Mouse
    3
    Internet
    4
    Memory

    5
    Modem

  31. Sachin Shukla

    What is the name given to the Portable computer also known as laptop computer weighing between 4 and 10 pounds?

    1
    General – purpose application

    2
    Internet
    3
    Scanner
    4
    printer
    5
    Notebook computer

  32. Sachin Shukla

    Small pictures appearing on Desktop are called as____?

    1
    Photo
    2
    Icons
    3
    Pictures
    4
    e‐cons
    5
    None of these

  33. Sachin Shukla

    Start button on the desktop is placed on _______ bar

    1
    Task

    2
    Scroll
    3
    Menu

    4
    Bookmark
    5
    None of these

    1. Sachin Shukla

      11111

  34. Sachin Shukla

    All of the following are examples of real security and privacy risks EXCEPT:

    1
    hackers

    2
    spam

    3
    viruses
    4
    identity theft
    5
    None of the above

      1. ครђ

        ques theek se clear nei hua ye wala sir 😛

        1. Sachin Shukla

          Spam are example of unwanted data/emails.

  35. Sachin Shukla

    A process known as ____________ is used by large retailers to study trends.

    1
    data mining

    2
    data selection
    3
    POS
    4
    data conversion
    5
    None of the above

  36. Sachin Shukla

    A(n) ____________ system is a small, wireless handheld computer that scans an

    item’s tag and pulls up the current price (and any special offers) as you shop.

    1
    PSS

    2
    POS
    Incorrect
    3
    inventory
    4
    data mining
    5
    None of the above

    1. PHOENIX

      11 portable shopping system

    2. Sachin Shukla

      11111

  37. Sachin Shukla

    The ability to recover and read deleted or damaged files from a criminal computer is an example of a law enforcement specialty called:

    1
    Robotics
    2
    simulation.
    3
    computer forensics

    4
    animation
    5
    None of the above

    1. Sachin Shukla

      333333

  38. Sachin Shukla

    Which of the following is NOT one of the four major data processing functions of a computer?

    1
    gathering data
    2
    processing data into information
    3
    analyzing the data or information

    4
    storing the data or information

    5
    None of the above

    1. Ambika

      ge ravi 🙂

  39. Gusto

    When he heard the rhetorical speech of the leader, he was carried along by his enthusiasm.

    A) carried aloft
    B) carried down
    C) carried away
    D) No improvement

    1. Gusto

      Option ‘C’ (carried away). BE CARRIED AWAY = to be so excited about something that you do not control what you say or do.

  40. Sachin Shukla

    okkk bye…Good Night to all…ab chal raha kuchh aur sub. padhne….:)))

    1. Gusto

      thank u sir gud night 🙂

    2. ครђ

      Bye sir ji ..Thanks 🙂

    3. ravi

      bye sir good night:))

  41. Gusto

    1. The scientists in America/are trying for long/to discover the genes responsible for ageing./NE

    1. Gusto

      Replace ‘ARE TRYING’ by ‘HAVE BEEN TRYING’ in part ‘B’.
      With FOR/SINCE for time we use perfect tenses. As the action is continuing still, the present perfect tense is required here. Though FOR can be used with the past simple tense also, FOR in this use denotes a terminated period of time; e.g.

      We lived here for five years. (but don’t live here now)

    2. ครђ

      bro iska ans. ?? :p

    3. Ambika

      have been trying

  42. Gusto

    As he was ——– and had saved enough money, his family escaped misery when he died suddenly.

    A) prudent
    B) preparatory
    C) persistent
    D) providential

    1. Gusto

      PRUDENT (option ‘A’).
      PRUDENT = acting with or showing care and thought for the future

  43. Gusto

    After the heavy rains last week, the water in the lakeraised another two feet.

    A) rose another two feet
    B) arisen another two feet
    C) would raise another two feet
    D) No improvement

    1. Gusto

      Option ‘A’ (rose another two feet). RAISE is a transitive verb, so it must have an object, but there is no object here.

      RAISE = to lift something to a higher position; e.g.

      a) Would all those in favour please raise their hands?
      b) He raised the window and leaned out.
      c) She raised her gun, took aim and fired.

      ROSE is the second form of RISE. RISE is an intransitive verb. RISE = to move upwards; e.g.

      a) The balloon rose gently (up) into the air.
      b) At 6 a.m. we watched the sun rise (= appear and move upwards in the sky).

      1. intruder

        ssc quant ki quiz bhi hoti h?

    2. PHOENIX

      U haven’t given ans to last question. Pls

  44. Gusto

    He is a rich man,/he is owning/a number of buildings in Bombay./NE

    1. Gusto

      Replace IS OWNING by OWNS in part ‘B’ as the verb OWN is not used in the continuous.

  45. Gusto

    Though Bonsai, a well-known art form, originated in China, it was ——– by the Japanese.

    A) cultivated
    B) finished
    C) perfected
    D) enlarged

    1. Gusto

      PERFECTED (option ‘C’)

      PERFECT = to make something free from faults; e.g.
      He is keen to perfect his golfing technique.

      CULTIVATE = to develop or improve by education or training; e.g.
      To cultivate a talent.

  46. Gusto

    It is raining heavily all through this week.

    A) has rained
    B) rains
    C) rained
    D) No improvement

        1. Ambika

          🙂 thankyou

      1. ravi

        english mam ka v galat hota hai:(

        1. Ambika

          hehehe hum kon sa asmaan se tapke hain 😀

    1. Gusto

      Option ‘C’ (rained). We use the simple past tense with ALL THROUGH.
      ALL THROUGH = from beginning to end; e.g.
      The baby cried all through the night.

      1. Ambika

        shouldn’t it be A ??

        1. Gusto

          explanation se to C hoga

  47. Gusto

    We were able to make it/in spite of/a bad weather./NE

    1. PHOENIX

      The bad weather

    2. ครђ

      despite of a bad weather?

      1. PHOENIX

        Despite of
        Strictly prohibited

      2. Gusto

        despite ke sath OF nhi ata

        1. ครђ

          ok bro 😛

    3. Gusto

      Replace A by THE in part ‘C’.
      WEATHER is an uncountable noun, so you can’t use the article A with it; also as it’s specific here we’ll use THE.

  48. Gusto

    He is greatly admired for his ——– behaviour.

    A) decrepit
    B) decadent
    C) decorative
    D) decorous

    1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      dddddd

    2. Gusto

      DECOROUS (option ‘D’).
      DECOROUS = characterized by dignity and good taste in manners and conduct.
      This is an adjective and is formed from the noun DECORUM.

  49. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

    hey…:)))

    1. ครђ

      Heya brother 🙂 Gdeve.

      1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

        hiiii bro…gud evng…;)))

  50. Gusto

    The sparrow took no notice about the bread.

    A) notice of
    B) notice from
    C) notice to
    D) No improvement

    1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      aaaaa

    2. Gusto

      Option ‘A’ (notice of). TAKE NOTICE OF = the fact of somebody paying attention to somebody/something

  51. Gusto

    Little he realized/that he wouldn’t live/to see his grandson married./NE

    1. PHOENIX

      Aaa something is missing

      1. Gusto

        its complete sentence

        1. PHOENIX

          I’m saying error is in Aa

    2. Gusto

      Replace ‘HE REALIZED’ by ‘DID HE REALIZE’ in part ‘A’.
      LITTLE is a negative word. When a negative word begins a sentence the verb is inverted, means the helping verb comes before the subject. The tense here is the past simple the helping verb of which is DID, so it will be DID HE REALIZE.

    3. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      does?? after little??

  52. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

    ????????

      1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

        O_O

  53. Gusto

    Vaccination will make people immune ——– certain diseases for a given period.

    A) against
    B) to
    C) with
    D) for

    1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      aaaaaa

    2. Gusto

      TO (option ‘B’).
      IMMUNE = protected against a particular disease by particular substances in the blood’ e.g.

      a) Most people who’ve had chickenpox once are immune to it for the rest of their lives.
      b) He seems to be immune to colds – he just never gets them

  54. Gusto

    bahot kam reply kar rhe hai .. ab quiz yahi end karte hai

    1. GujjU PoOH_N!T

      oh me late ho gya

        1. GujjU PoOH_N!T

          tym thoda late kro…dinner chalta 9:30 tak

          1. Gusto

            ok to fir 9:40 ?

          2. GujjU PoOH_N!T

            okkkkkkkkkkk ye thik hai

          3. GujjU PoOH_N!T

            ok 10 pakkaa

          4. ครђ

            10 pm theek rahega 🙂

        2. PHOENIX

          Sir, same time ??

    2. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      o-o

    3. ครђ

      meri errors me taang dheeli hai bhai 😛 islye

      1. Gusto

        koi na practice se sab aa jayega

    4. PHOENIX

      Ok sir…fruitful session. Ty

      1. Gusto

        hmm kal karenge 🙂

        1. PHENOMENAL

          at what time??

  55. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

    sab gye kya??????

    1. ครђ

      Nei toh 😛 wait kar rae kisi k quiz karane ka 😀

      1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

        …..mein bbbb hhehehhe…:))))

  56. disqus_Oi6LuXajAL

    Cistern has 3 pipe a BC ab fill in 3and 4 hr c empty it in 1 hr if pipes r open at 3 ;4;5 pm on same day the cistern will be filled at ?

    1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      3 pipe bc??????

      1. disqus_Oi6LuXajAL

        A b c

        1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

          options?????

    2. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      it should be emptied…:)

      1. disqus_Oi6LuXajAL

        kese krege yh ques option nae h mre ps

        1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

          ok wait

    3. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      a————+3
      b————+4
      c————-(-1)
      now lcm =12
      =>a=+4,b =+3 and c=-12
      =>a+b+c =+4+3-12 =-5(empty)
      now 5l empty=1hr
      =>1 ltr =1/5hr
      now work done by a and b in first 2 hrs =4+(4+3) =11l
      =>11 hr empty =11/5 =2.2h
      => total tym =5pm+2hrs12min =7.12pm

      1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

        but if a and c empty it in 1 hr then ans is diffrent…:))

        1. nalini aspirant

          u r genius in quant bro..

        2. PHENOMENAL

          ye shortcut kha se practice krte ho ap, ek to hme quant me thodi prblm h secnd i know long method only to time bahot lgta h , shortcut kha se practice any source?

      2. disqus_Oi6LuXajAL

        yeh wla b btana plz
        Two friends A and B simultaneously start running around a circular track . They run in the same direction. A travels at 6 m/s and B runs at b m/s. If they cross each other at exactly two points on the circular track and b is a natural number less than 30, how many values can b take?

        1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

          let the distance of the circular track =d
          =>a speed =6m/sec ,b =b m/sec
          => time of first meeting=>t =d/(6-b) or d/b-6 a/c to value of b———(1)
          now a =6m/sec=>6 round =1 sec =>1 round =1/6 => d round =d/6
          simlarly for b =d/b
          now minimum time req to meet second time = lcm(d/6,d/b)————(2)
          now given they cross two points and this can b obtained by dividing 2 by 1
          =>lcm(d/6,d/b)/d(6-b) or lcm(d/6,d/b)/d(b-6)=2
          =>now lcm (d/6,d/b) =lcm(d,d)/hcf(6,d)
          =>6-b/hcf(6,b) or b-6/hcf(6,b) =2
          now for hcf =2 b can have values 2,10,18 <30
          so 3 values

          1. disqus_Oi6LuXajAL

            >now lcm (d/6,d/b) =lcm(d,d)/hcf(6,d)
            yeh smj me nahi aya
            can you please explain?

          2. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

            lcm of fraction =(lcm of n(r))/(hcf of d(r))

          3. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

            n(r) =numerator
            d(r) = denominator

  57. disqus_Oi6LuXajAL

    Yeh btana pls

  58. GujjU PoOH_N!T

    A cistern has three pipe A ,B,C. A and B can fill it in 3 hours and 4 hours respectively. A and C can empty it in 1 hours. If the pipe are opened at 3pm, 4pm, 5pm respectively on the same day. The cistern will empty at?

    @disqus_Oi6LuXajAL:disqus ye shi que hai

    1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      yesss/……:)

    1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      no..me here..:)

      1. Diya

        sir r u there??

        1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

          hello …:) gud mrng…:))

          1. NAZRIYA

            gm pradeep h r u?

          2. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

            fine…and going….abt uuu..:)?

    1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      yaaaa ….:)

      1. Diya

        I have doubt in quant question can u please help me

        1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

          yes which????..post question..i can try…;)

  59. Diya

    A men sells his table at a profit of 25% and chair at a loss of 20% but on whole he gains rs 18. On the other hand , if he sells the table at a loss of 20% and a chair at a profit of 25% , then he neither gain nor loss. Find the cost price of chair and table.

    1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      cp———p/l———sp
      +4——–+1———-+5
      +5——–(-1)———+4
      now make cp equal
      =>
      20———–+5———-25
      20————(-4)——–16
      now 1 ratio =18 =>20 ratio =cp =360
      now alligation
      -20%—————25%

      ———-0%———–

      25%—————–20%
      ratio 5/4
      =>cp1 =5/9*360 =200
      =>cp 2=4/9*360 =160

      1. Diya

        thank u so much

        1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

          ..:))

  60. Diya

    Ram buys 4 horses and 9 cows for rs 13400. If he sells the horse at 10% profit and the cows at 20% profit , then he earns a total profit of 1880 . The cost price of a horse is?

    1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      10%—————–20%

      ——940/67%———

      400/67%———-270/67%

      ratio =40:27
      =>cp of 4horse =40/67*13400 =8000
      => cp of 1 horse =2000

      1. Diya

        but ans is 2000

        1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

          ans is 2000 only typ misk was there now corrected…:)

      2. nalini aspirant

        940/67 how????

        1. Diya

          1880/13400*100 = 940/67

          1. nalini aspirant

            kk thank u

        2. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

          total profit /total cp sister…:)))

          1. nalini aspirant

            ya thank u bro

  61. Diya

    Rahul sells two article on the same price , on one article he calculated a profit of 20% on sp and on other article he calculated a loss of 25% on cp. If he gets a loss of rs 200 on overall transactions. Find the cost price of the cheaper article.

    1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      opttions??

      1. Diya

        options nahi hai

        1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

          okk wait…;)

    2. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

      sp =100
      cp for 1st article =80rs
      cp for second article =400/3 rs
      now total cp =400/3+80 =640/3
      total sp =200
      =>loss =640/3-200=40/3
      now 40/3 =200
      =>1 =15
      now 100 =sp =1500
      =>80 =cp1=1200
      =>400/3 =cp2 =2000
      so cp of cheaper article =1200

      1. Diya

        cp for 1st article =80rs

        cp for second article =400/3%
        how to solve this one?

        1. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

          l =cp-sp
          cp/4 =cp-sp
          =>sp =3cp/4
          =>cp =4/3sp =4/3*100 =400/3

          1. Diya

            ok got it
            thanks……

          2. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

            ..;)

        2. $~$PrAdeEP$K$~$~$

          as1 =15
          =>400/3 =400/3*15 =2000

    3. GujjU PoOH_N!T

      cp2 -100
      loss 25%
      sp–75
      sp same hai
      so first me 20% profit on sp
      20% of 75====15
      75-15=====60===cp1

      loss..25
      profit 15
      overall…10 loss
      10——200
      60——1200

  62. yuvi

    aaj ka discussion page nhi aaya?

  63. yuvi

    quiz nhi hogi?

  64. Maahi!

    Anyone there??

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