Fidelity Numerical Aptitude Questions onMobile Asia Paper

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There are 10 marbles each of 5 diff colors. What is the min. Number of marbles to be taken out so that at least 3 marbles are of same color?

You need 2 kill a dragon with 3 heads & 3 tails. You have a magic sword that can cut 1 head, 2 heads, 1 tail, or 2 tails in 1 swing.

if 1 head is cut → a new head grows

if 1 tail is cut → 2 tails grow

if 2 tails r cut → 1 head grows

if 2 heads are chopped → nothing grows. What dragon is min. Number of swings 2 be made?

Slow train runs b/w Blore & Mumbai, up as well as down. It starts at 10: 00pm everyday & reaches destination by 11: 30pm after 3 days. If u travel by Slow train, how many such trains will u encounter during journey?

A number of birds, black & white, r sitting on thhe tele wire. There is at least 1 bir of each color, also whenevr 2 birds are seperated by 4 or 7 other boirds of any color, both birds r of same color. Wot is the max. Number of birds dat can b seated in this fashion?

5 ppl, A, B, C, D, E are supposed 2 cover a certain distance from their car to a house. There is only 1 umbrela dat can b shared by 2 ppl at a time.

It takes 1min for A 2 cover the dist, B → 2 min, C → 5min, D → 10min, E → 15min.

Wot is d quickest poss time 4 the entire grp 2 get into the house?

Mr. X belongs 2 a grp of 8 ppl including himself. In d meeting, nobody shakes hands with the same person more than once but everyone shakes hands with at least 1 person.

After the meeting is over, Mr. X realizes dat all the other ppl in the party had shook a diff number of hands. How many hands did Mr. X shake?

In a contest 3 probs, A, B, C r given

  • 25 ppl of the total number of them solved at least 1 prob each.

  • Of all the contestants who did not solve A, the number who solved B was twice the number who solved C.

  • number of ppl who solved only A was 1 more than number who solved A & atleast 1 other prob.

  • Of all stud who solved just 1 prob, half didn't solve A