### 1. In particular language if A=0, B=1, C=2,…….. .. , Y=24, Z=25 then what is the value of ONE+ONE (in the form of alphabets only)

a. BDAIb. ABDI

c. DABI

d. CIDA

Answer: a

Explanation:

This problem is based on Base 26 rather than regular base 10 (decimal system) that we normally use. In base 10 there are 10 digits 0 to 9 exist. In base 26 there are 26 digits 0 to 25 exist. To convert any number into base 26, we have to divide the number with 26 and find the remainder. (Study this Base system chapter).

Here, ONE + ONE =

E has value of 4. So E + E = 8 which is equal to I.

Now N + N = 13 + 13 = 26. But in base 26, there is no 26. So ${(26)_{10}} = {(10)_{26}}$

So we put 0 and 1 carry over. But 0 in this system is A.

Now O + O + 1 = 14 + 14 + 1 = 29

Therefore, ${(29)_{10}} = {(13)_{26}}$

But 1 = B and 3 = D in that system. So ONE + ONE = BDAI

### 2. Find the number of perfect squares in the given series 2013, 2020, 2027,................, 2300 (Hint 44^2=1936)

a. 1b. 2

c. 3

d. Can’t be determined

Answer: a

Explanation:

The given series is an AP with common difference of 7. So the terms in the above series are in the form of 2013 + 7k. We have to find the perfect squares in this format in the given series.

Given that 44^2 = 1936.

Shortcut: To find the next perfect square, add 45th odd number to 44^2.

So 45^2 = 1936 + (2 x 45 -1) = 2025

46^2 = 2025 + (2 x 46 - 1) = 2116

47^2 = 2116 + (2 x 47 - 1) = 2209

Now subtract 2013 from the above numbers and divide by 7. Only 2209 is in the format of 2013 + 7k. One number satisfies.

### 3. What is in the 200th position of 1234 12344 123444 1234444....?

Answer: 4Explanation:

The given series is 1234, 12344, 123444, 1234444, .....

So the number of digits in each term are 4, 5, 6, ... or (3 + 1), (3 + 2), (3 + 3), .....upto n terms = $3n + \dfrac{{n(n + 1)}}{2}$

So $3n + \dfrac{{n(n + 1)}}{2} \le 200$

For n = 16, We get 184 in the left hand side. So after 16 terms the number of digits equal to 184. And 16 them contains 16 + 3 = 19 digits.

Now 17 term contains 20 digits and $123\underbrace {444......4}_{17{\rm{ times}}}$. So last digit is 4 and last two digits are 44.

### 4. 2345 23455 234555 234555........... what was last 2 numbers at 200th digit?

Answer: 55Explanation:

Proceed as above. The last two digits in the 200th place is 55.

### 5. There are equal number of boys and girls in a class. If 12 girls entered out, twice the boys as girls remain. What was the total number of students in a class?

Answer: 48Explanation:

Let the boys = b and girls = g

Given $\dfrac{b}{{g - 12}} = \dfrac{2}{1}$

Substitute b = g in the above equation. g = 24. So total students = 24 + 24 = 48

### 6. a bb ccc dddd eeeee .........What is the 120th letter?

Answer: OExplanation:

Number of letters in each term are in AP. 1, 2, 3, ...

So $\dfrac{{n(n + 1)}}{2} \le 120$

For n = 15, we get LHS = 120. So 15th letter in the alphabet is O. So 15th term contains 15 O's.

### 7. There are 120 male and 100 female in a society. Out of 25% male and 20% female are rural. 20% of male and 25% of female rural people passed in the exam. What % of rural students have passed the exam?

Answer: 22%Explanation:

Passed students from rural: male = 20%(30) = 6, female = 25%(20) = 5

Required percentage = $\dfrac{{11}}{{50}} \times 100 = 22\% $

### 8. 1/7 th of the tank contains fuel. If 22 litres of fuel is poured into the tank the indicator rests at 1/5th mark. What is the quantity of the tank?

Answer: 385Explanation:

Let the tank capacity = $v$ liters.

Given, $\dfrac{v}{7} + 22 = \dfrac{v}{5}$

$\dfrac{v}{5} - \dfrac{v}{7} = 22 \Rightarrow v = 385$

### 9. What is the probability of getting sum 3 or 4 when 2 dice are rolled

Answer: 5/36Explanation:

Required number of ways = (2, 1), (1, 2), (1, 3), (3, 1), (2, 2) = 5

Total ways = ${6^2} = 36$

Probability = $\dfrac{5}{{36}}$

### 10. On the fabled Island of Knights and Knaves, we meet three people, A, B, and C, one of whom is a knight, one a knave, and one a spy. The knight always tells the truth, the knave always lies, and the spy can either lie or tell the truth.A says: "C is a knave."B says: "A is a knight."C says: "I am the spy."Who is the knight, who the knave, and who the spy?

Answer:Explanation: A= Knight, B= Spy, C = Knave

Let us say A is Knight and speaks truth. So C is Knave and B is spy. So C's statement is false and B's statement is true. This case is possible.

Let us say B is Knight. This is not possible as A also becomes Knight as B speaks truth.

Let us say C is Knight. This is clearly contradicted by C's statement itself.