# What is the year next to 1990 which will have the same calendar as that of the year 1990

1.  1992

2.  1997

3.  1995

4.  1996

4

1996

Explanation :
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# Find prt:qsu, given that p:r=2:3, q:s=4:3, r:t=8:9, s:u=3:2 and t:q=3:4

1.  4/27

2.  8/27

3.  16/27

4.  18/27

4

16/27

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# January 1, 2004 was a Thursday, what day of the week lies on January 1 2005

1.  Saturday

2.  Monday

3.  Saturday

4.  Tuesday

4

Saturday

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# Find the number of five-digit multiples of 4, which can be formed using the digits from 1 to 7, using each digit at most once.

1.  720

2.  84

3.  840

4.  600

4

600

Explanation :
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# What is the difference between local value and face value of 7 in the numerical 657903

1.  6993

2.  69993

3.  7000

4.  7

4

6993

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# If the first day of a year (other than leap year) was Friday, then which was the last day of that year

1.  Saturday

2.  Friday

3.  Tuesday

4.  Monday

4

Friday

Explanation :
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# In a company, the number of married employees is a prime number. Which of the following cannot be the ratio of the total number of employees and the number of unmarried employees

1.  173:90

2.  193:80

3.  181:32

4.  201:32

4

201:32

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# 108 + 109 + 110 + ... + 202 =

1.  14615

2.  14625

3.  14715

4.  14725

4

14725

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# The speeds of Aniket, Brihat and Chatur are in the ratio of 4:3:2. If Chatur takes half an hour more than Brihat to travel from P to Q, what is the total time taken by Aniket to travel from P to Q and then back from Q to P

1.  120 minutes

2.  90 minutes

3.  60 minutes

4.  45 minutes

4

90 minutes

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1.  Saturday

2.  Thursday

3.  Wednesday

4.  Tuesday

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