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Paper Pattern 1 from R. S. Agarwal

Please check out the following questions from the book

Section 1--Analogy 1c (1 − 20) [pg 15 − 17]

Section 2--Directions sense test 7b[1 − 10]

Section 3--Logic deduction 17b[30 − 50]

Section 4--Mathematical modeling 15a[1 − 20]

For a motorist there are three ways going from City A to City C. By way of bridge the distance is 20 miles and toll is $0.75. A tunnel between the two cities is a distance of 10 miles and toll is $1.00 for the vehicle and driver and $0.10 for each passenger. A two-lane highway without toll goes east for 30 miles to city B and then 20 miles in a northwest direction to City C.

  1. Which is the shortest route from B to C

  2. The most economical way of going from City A to City B, in terms of toll and distance is to use the

  3. Jim usually drives alone from City C to City A every working day. His firm deducts a percentage of employee pay for lateness. Which factor would most influence his choice of the bridge or the tunnel?

  4. In choosing between the use of the bridge and the tunnel the chief factor (s) would be: Traffic and road conditions Number of passengers in the car Location of one's homes in the center or outskirts of one of the cities Desire to save $0.25 Which is correct?

More practice

The letters A, B, C, D, E, F and G, not necessarily in that order, stand for seven consecutive integers from 1 to 10

D is 3 less than A

B is the middle term

F is as much less than B as C is greater than D

G is greater than F

  1. The fifth integer is

  2. A is as much greater than F as which integer is less than G

  3. If A = 7, the sum of E and G is

  4. A-F =?

  5. An integer T is as much greater than C as C is greater than E. T can be written as A + E. What is D?

  6. The greatest possible value of C is how much greater than the smallest possible value of D?

Practice Sets

In the following: All G's are H's, All G's are J's or K's, All J's and K's are G's, All L's are K's, All N's are M's, No M's are G's

  1. If no P's are K's, which of the following must be true?

  2. Which of the following can be logically deduced from the conditions stated?

  3. Which of the following is inconsistent with one or more of the conditions?

  4. The statement “No L's are J's” is

Solve these

In country X, democratic, conservative and justice parties have fought three civil wars in twenty years. TO restore stability an agreement is reached to rotate the top offices President, Prime Minister and Army Chief among the parties so that each party controls one and only one office at all times. The three top office holders must each have two deputies, one from each of the other parties. Each deputy must choose a staff composed of equally members of his or her chiefs party and member of the third party.

  1. When Justice party holds one of the top offices, which of the following cannot be true

  2. When the democratic party holds presidency, the staff of the prime minister's deputies are composed

  3. Which of the following is allowable under the rules as stated:

  4. The office of the Army Chief passes from Conservative to Justice party. Which of the following must be fired.

In recommendations to the board of trustees a tuition increase of $500 per year, the president of the university said “There were no student demonstrations over the previous increases of $300 last year and $200 the year before” If the president's statement is accurate then which of the following can be validly inferred from the information given:

Part II--Problems on ages (Simple Linear Equations etc.)

Part III--Blood Relations (Check R S Aggarwal)

Part IV--Series problems

6, 9, 14, 21 (30),

2, 10 (30), 68, 130 (222),

9, 15, 23, 33 (45),

5, 11, 19, 29 (41), 55

2, 12, 30, 56, 90 (132),

1, 3, 7 (15), 31

3, 9, 21 (45), 93

35, 24, 15, 8 (3),

2, 12, 30, 56, 90 (132),

3, 11, 19, 29 (39), 51