SSC CGL Tier 1 - 9th August 2015 Evening - General Intelligence and Reasoning Questions and Answers

In question numbers 1 to 5, select the missing number from the given responses.
1. Select the missing number from the given responses.

[A] 30
[B] 20
[C] 10
[D] 40
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2. select the missing number from the given responses.

[A] 5364
[B] 6543
[C] 5634
[D] 3564
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3. 25  15  40  8
65  25  90  ?
45  15  60  12
[A] 12
[B] 18
[C] 24
[D] 6
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4. 18  21  24
3   9   3
6   4   8
21  26  ?
[A] 24
[B] 27
[C] 29
[D] 22
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In question no 5 to 6, which answer figure will complete the pattern in the question figure ?
5. 2  4  2
3  9  3
4  16 4
8  64 ?

[A] 24 8 9 16
[B] 8
[C] 9
[D] 16
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6. Sohan drove 15 km to the west from his house, then turned left and drove 20 km. He then turned east and drove 25 km and finally turning left covered 20 km. How far he is from his house ?
[A] 10 km
[B] 40 km
[C] 80 km
[D] 5 km
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If you start running from a point towards North and after covering 4 km you turn to your left and run 5 km and then again turn to your left and run 5 km and then turn to left again and run another 6 km and before finishing you take another left turn and run 1 km, then answer the following question based on this information.
7. From the finishing point if you have to reach the point from where you started, in which direction will you have to run ?


[A] West
[B] North
[C] South
[D] East
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In question number 8 and 9, one or two statements is given followed by two conclusions/Assumptions, I and II. You have to consider the statement to be true, even if it seems to be at variance from commonly known facts. You are to decide which of the given conclusions/assumptions can definitely be drawn from the given statement. Indicate your Answer.
8. Statement :

I   Some men are good
II. Some men are wise

Conclusion

I. Some wisemen are good
II. Some good men are wise
[A] If both I and II can be drawn
[B] If II alone can be drawn
[C] If both cannot be drawn
[D] If I alone can be drawn
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9. Statement:

I. All poets are daydreamers
II. All painters are day dreamers

Conclusions:

I. All painters are poets
II. Some daydreamers are not painters
[A] Only II follows
[B] Neither I nor II follows
[C] Both I and II follows
[D] Only I follows
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In question numbers 10 to 14, select the related word/letter/number pair from the given alternatives
10. Select the related word/letter/number pair from the given alternatives.
$\sqrt(AFI)=M$
$\sqrt(ADD)=L$
$\sqrt(ABA)=?$
[A] K
[B] N
[C] O
[D] I
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