# General Ability MCQS Set 6

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Number Series Test

14.5

15.5

10.5

11.5

The expression (11.98 × 11.98 × x + .02 × .02) will be perfect square for x equal to

.04

0.4

.02

.2

The population of a town has increased from 133575 to 138918. The per cent increase in population is

2.5

3

3.5

4

The L.C.M. of two numbers is 14 times their H.C.F. The sum of L.C.M. and H.C.F. is 600. If one number is 80 then the other is

40

60

160

280

Directions Study the following information to answer the given questions.

B

D

E

None of these

Number Series Test

1.58

1.60

1.59

1.57

Find the square root of 211600

460

None of these

480

440

Resolve into factors 16(x-y)2 – 9(x+y))2

None of these

(x – 7y)(7x – y)

(x-5y)(5x-y)

(x + 7y)(7x + y)

In an examination a student scores 4 marks for every correct answer and loses 1 mark for every wrong answer. If the attempts all 75 questions and secures 125 marks the number of questions he attempts correctly is

40

35

46

42

Two or more essences out of a stock five essences– L M N O and P are used in making all perfumes by a manufacturer. He has learned that for a blend of essences to be agreeable it should comply with all the rules listed below.

One part M one part N one part P

One part L one part N five parts P

Two parts M one part N four parts P

Two parts M two parts N two parts P

Two parts N one part O three parts P

How many pieces of 0.85 metres can be cut from a rod 42.5 metres long ?

None of these

30

40

60

Ali is a terrible driver. He has had at least five traffic violations int he past year.

The above argument obtains its strength from a similarity of two compared situations.

This is an example of an argument that is directed against the source of the claim rather than the claim itself.

The argument is built upon an assumption that is not stated but rather is concealed.

The statement is fallacious because it contains an illegitimate appeal to authority.

In the above statements there is a shifting in the meaning of terms causing a fallacy of ambiguity.

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