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Reasoning:

Directions : Study the following information to answer the givÂ­en questions:
A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.(All the numbers are two digits numbers and are arÂ­ranged as per some logic based on the value of the number.)

Input: win 56 32 93 bat for 46 him 28 11 give chance
Step I: 93 56 32 bat for 46 him 28 11 give chance win
Step II: 11 93 56 32 bat for 46 28 give chance win him
Step III: 56 11 93 32 bat for 46 28 chance win him give
Step IV: 28 56 11 93 32 bat 46 chance win him give for
Step V: 46 28 56 11 93 32 bat win him give for chance
Step VI: 32 46 28 56 11 93 win him give for chance bat
Step VI is the last Step of the arrangement of the above input as the intended arrangement is obtained.

As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the apÂ­propriate steps for the given inÂ­put,

Input for the questions:
Input: fun 89 at the 28 16 base camp 35 53 here 68
(All the numbers given in the arrangement are two digit numÂ­bers.)

1. Which of the following would be the Step II?
(1) 89 fun at 28 16 base camp 35 53 here 68 the
(2) 35 53 28 68 16 89 the here fun camp base at
(3) 16 89 at fun 28 camp base 35 53 68 the here
(4) 53 28 68 16 89 35 the here fun camp base at
(5) None of these

2. Which word/number would be at 7th position from the left in Step IV?
(1) base
(2) at
(3) 35
(4) the
(5) 53

3. Which step number would be the following output?
53 28 68 16 89 at 35 the here fun camp base

(1) There will be no such step
(2) III
(3) II
(4) V
(5) IV

Direction: Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question:

4. Who is the daughter in law of B?
I. I is the brother of D. S is the wife of J's nephew.
II. R is the brother of N. T is the son of N. S is the mother of T.
III. B is the wife of D. D is the father of N. D has two children.
(1) Only I and III
(2) All I, II and III are required to answer the question
(3) Only II and III
(4) Questions cannot be answered even with all I, II and III
(5) Only I and II

5. How many students are there in the class?
I. There are more than 22 but less than 36 students in the class.
II. If students of the class are divided into groups each group has exactly 11 students.
III. There are more than 29 but less than 45 students in the class.
(1) Only I and II
(2) Only II and either I or III is required to answer the question
(3) Only II and III
(4) All I, II and III are required to answer the question
(5) All I, II and III are not sufficient to answer the question.

Direction: In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark answer
1) If only conclusion I follows.
2) If only conclusion II follows.
3) If either conclusion I or II follows.
4) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
5) If both conclusions I and II follow.

6. Statements:
X > P > Q > R
X = Y
X < Z

Conclusions:
I. Y > R
II. R > Z

7. Statements:
P > Q
S < T
X = Y
X > Z

Conclusions:
I. S = Q
II. X > Q

8. Statements:
S < T
T > R
T = W

Conclusions:
I. R < S
II. S < W

9. Statements:
X = Y < Z > W

Conclusions:
I. Z = X
II. Z > X

10. Statements:
S > R
Y = X < Z
S < Y

Conclusions:
I. Y > R
II. R > Z

Quantitative Aptitude:

Directions (1-5): What will come in place of the question-mark (?) in the following questions?

1. 6709 Â– 1894 Ã· 156 = ? Ã— 7
(1) 956.69
(2) 957.59
(3) 959.89
(4) 989.29
(5) None of these

2. (0.343)^2 Ã· (0.49)^2 Ã— (0.7)^5 = (0.7)^(?-2)
(1) 10
(2) 8
(3) 5
(4) 9
(5) None of these

3. 9^7 Ã— 3^6 Ã· 9^(2.4) = 9^?
(1) 8.6
(2) 9.6
(3) 10.6
(4) 6.6
(5) None of these

4. 160% of 2500 + ? = 120% of 400
(1) 800
(2) 400
(3) 1200
(4) 1600
(5) None of these

5. (9^3 * 7 + 24^2 Â– 54) = ?
(1) 56
(2) 63
(3) 75
(4) 94
(5) None of these

Direction (6-10): What will come in place of the question mark (?) in each of the following number series?

6. 3 11 35 107 ?
(1) 242
(2) 256
(3) 296
(4) 310
(5) 323

7. 3 10 ? 172 885
(1) 25
(2) 29
(3) 30
(4) 39
(5) None of these

8. 8 ? 29 57 113
(1) 9
(2) 11
(3) 13
(4) 15
(5) None of these

9. 1 27 125 343 ?
(1) 625
(2) 729
(3) 416
(4) 256
(5) None of these

10. 5 3 6 ? 64.75
(1) 15
(2) 15.5
(3) 17.5
(4) 17.25
(5) None of these

English Language:

Directions: Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it.The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part will be the answer. If there is no error, mark 5 as the answer. (Ignore the error of the punctuation, if any)

1. No sooner did I open the door (1)/ when the rain (2)/ heavy and stormy, rushed in (3)/ making us shiver from head to foot (4)/ No error (5)

2. Though she was sick (1)/ but (2)/ she went (3)/ to work (4)/ No error (5)

3. On his attitude (1)/ it seems that what he wants (2)/ is that the decision making power (3) should rest with him (4)/ No error (5)

4. She fixed a metal ladder (1)/ for the wall below her window (2)/ so as to be able to (3)/ escape if there was a fire (4)/ No error (5)

5. Of all the men (1)/ known to me none is (2)/ less inclined that he is (3)/ to think ill to others(4)/ No error (5)

6. The recent study has (1)/ indicated that there (2)/ is perceptible change in (3)/ the attitudes of the people (4)/ No error (5)

7. A nationwide survey (1)/ has brought up an (2)/ interesting finding (3)/ regarding infant mortality rate in India (4)/ No error(5)

8. Reema could not (1)/ go to the picnic (2)/ for her mother (3)/ was not well (4)/ No error (5)

9. The Hindi and Marathi are (1)/ different forms of the Sanskrit language, (2)/ which were once spoken (3)/ in almost every part of India (4)/ No error (5)

10. Children visiting the (1)/ park are amused (2)/ by the monkeys (3)/ play in the cages. (4)/ No error (5)