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Q1) Logical Reasoning: Total number of circles in the given figure is ……….
Q2) Logical Reasoning: Find the missing number in the given number series.
190, 178, 166, 154, 142, 130, ?
Q3) Logical Reasoning: Find the mirror image of the given “Test Figure”
Q4) Logical Reasoning: Which of the figure among the options is exactly embedded in the given “Test Figure” ?
Q5) Logical Reasoning: Which of the following options belong to the “Unique Group” ?
Q6) Logical Reasoning: If is called , is called and is called , then which of the following gallops?
Q7) Logical Reasoning: Each number represents an alphabet as shown. Arrange the numbers so that the corresponding combination of alphabets form a meaningful word.
Q8) Logical Reasoning: Fifteen men are standing in a row. Ramu is standing at 9th position from left. What is Ramu’s position from right ?
Q9) Logical Reasoning:Which option is exactly the same as the given “Test Figure”
Q10) Logical Reasoning:In how many ways, Motu starting at Green spot can reach Ghasitaram at Blue spot ?
Q11) Mathematical Reasoning:Arrange the following figures in order of increasing shaded fraction.
Q12) Mathematical Reasoning : If = 16 , = 7 and = 9, then which of the following is NOT true ?
Q11) Mathematical Reasoning : Which of the following shapes CANNOT be drawn from any of the given objects?
Q14) Mathematical Reasoning : Â + Â Â + = ?
Q15) Mathematical Reasoning : Find the difference between the temperature shown in the thermometers P and Q .
Q16) Mathematical Reasoning : Rekha sold two Barbie dolls each for 575 and nine ribbons each forÂ 20 . How much did she make?
Q17) Mathematical Reasoning : If units place digit and hundreds place digit are interchanged in each of the given numbers, then the smallest number will be ……….
7619 , 7783, 7961 , 7691
Q18) Mathematical Reasoning : If the weight of one sack of sugar is 6 Kg, then which of the following options hold true ?
Q19) Mathematical Reasoning : Identify the number from the following statements.
1) I am a 3 digit number.
2) Place value and face value of my ones digit number is 7.
3) My Hundreds place digit is the largest single digit even number.
4) My tens place digit is the difference between the digit in the hundreds place and the digit in the ones place.
Q20) Mathematical Reasoning : The clock shows a time in the afternoon. What time was it 2 hours 20 minutes ago ?
Q21) Everyday Mathematics : Some stars of different colors are shown below.What fraction of the stars is NOT red ?
Q22) Everyday Mathematics : The toy horse costs 350. Presently, Ravi already hasÂ ï»¿ï»¿75 and he savesÂ 25 every week. How many weeks will he needs to save to have enough money to buy the toy horse ?
Q23) Everyday Mathematics : During study leave, Riya study from 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM in the morning, 03:30 PM to 04:30 PM in the afternoon and from 07:00 PM to 08:30 PM. What is the total duration for which Riya study in a day ?
Q 24) Everyday Mathematics : There are 10 trees in a row and the distance between every two adjacent trees is 5 m. What is the distance between the first tree and the last tree in the row ?
Q 25) Everyday Mathematics : Riyaz has given following statements about a shape.
1) It has 6 faces.
2) It has eight corners.
3) All 12 edges are of equal length.
Which of the following shapes is he talking about?
Q 26) Everyday Mathematics : Ramu,the shopkeeper has a sack of rice as shown.
7Kg Rice.
He sold 2 Kg 350 g rice to one customer and 3 Kg 657 g to another customer. Weight of the rice left with the shopkeeper is …………
Q 27) Everyday Mathematics : One pitcher of water can fill 5 earthen glasses. How many such glasses can be filled with 18 such pitchers ?
Q 28) Everyday Mathematics : There are 3576 socks in a shop. How many pairs of socks are there in all ?
Q 29) Everyday Mathematics : The following graph shows the amount of Rupees saved by Raju on weekdays. Study the graph carefully and arrange the weekdays in ascending order of saved money.
Q 30) Everyday Mathematics : The following graph shows the amount of Rupees saved by Raju on weekdays. Study the graph carefully and find out how much more/less did Raju save on Saturday and Wednesday together than on Tuesday and Thursday together ?
Q 31) Achievers Section : Consider the following words and select the correct option:
Word1 : “EDUCATION”
Word2 : “OBJECTIFY”
Q 32) Achievers Section : Perimeter is the length of the boundary of any given figure. The given figure if made by joining eight equal squares. If the perimeter of each square is 12 cm,what is the perimeter of the figure.
Q 33) Achievers Section : 10 cups of milk from cupA and 8 glasses of from glassB are poured into a bucket. If 1L more milk is required to fill the bucket fully, then what is the capacity of the bucket?
Q 34) Achievers Section : The price list in front of a shop is shown below:
Item  Price 

Eggs  60 per dozen 
Milk  44 per litre 
Apples  100 per Kg 
ChocoBar  30 per piece 
Madhu has 250 . Which combination of items she can buy ?
Q 34) Achievers Section : Find (P+Q) – (R+S)