# The sum of the reciprocals of the ages of two colleagues is five times the difference of the reciprocals of their ages. If the ratio of the products of their ages to the sum of their ages is 14.4 : 1, the age (in years) of one of the colleagues must be between (both inclusive).

1.  20 and 23

2.  23 and 26

3.  26 and 30

4.  30 and 35

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23 and 26

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# In a green view apartment, the houses of a row are numbered consecutively from 1 to 49. Assuming that there is a value of 'x' such that the sum of the numbers of the houses preceding the house numbered 'x' is equal to the sum of the numbers of the houses following it. Then, what will be the value of 'x'

1.  21

2.  30

3.  35

4.  42

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35

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# A man buys Bank's cash certificates every year for a value exceeding the last year's purchase by Rs 400. After 24 years, he finds that the total value of the certificate purchased by him is Rs 144,000. What is the value of the certificates purchased by him in the 13th year

1.  Rs 3820

2.  Rs 5400

3.  Rs 6200

4.  Rs 4530

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Rs 6200

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# Ramesh has two examinations on Wednesday - Engineering Mathematics in the morning Engineering drawing in the afternoon. He has a fixed amount of time to read the textbooks of both these subjects on Tuesday. During this time he can read 80 pages of Engineering Mathematics and 100 pages of Engineering Drawing. Alternatively, he can also read 50 pages of Engineering Mathematics and 250 pages of Engineering Drawing. Assume that the amount of time it takes to read one page of the textbook of either subject is constant. Ramesh is confident about Engineering Drawing and wants to devote full time in reading Engineering Mathematics. The number of Engineering Mathematics text book pages he can read on Tuesday is:

1.  500

2.  300

3.  100

4.  60

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100

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# On May 1, 2007, two organisations (A and B) were formed with n members each. On the first day of each subsequent month, m members join A while the number of members in B gets multiplied by p. On October 2, 2007, both organisations have the same number of members. If m = 20n, find p

1.  2

2.  3

3.  4

4.  5

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3

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# In a cricket match, Team A scored 232 runs without losing a wicket. The score consisted of byes, wides and runs scored by two opening batsmen: Ram and Shyam. The runs scored by the two batsmen are 26 times wides. There are 8 more byes than wides. If the ratio of the runs scored by Ram and Shyam is 6:7, then the runs scored by Ram is:

1.  88

2.  96

3.  102

4.  112

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96

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# Three business entities X Ltd, Y Ltd. and Z Ltd, with 4, 3 and 5 employees respectively, merged into XYZ Ltd in order to jointly raise the capital for setting up a new modern production plant in Jaipur. After two years, on the question of management decisions on the new venture at Jaipur, the employees started adopting differing viewpoints and began to quarrel among themselves. Given the fact that there is no quarrel among the employees of the erstwhile (i.e. former)  X Ltd, Y Ltd and Z Ltd, what could be the maximum number of quarrels that can take place within XYZ Ltd

1.  31

2.  53

3.  47

4.  41

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47

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# PQRSTU is a regular hexagon drawn on the ground. Prashant stands at P and he starts jumping from vertex to vertex beginning from P. From any vertex of the hexagon except S, which is opposite to A, he may jump to any adjacent vertices. When he reaches S, he stops. Let Sn be the number of distinct paths of exactly n jumps ending at S. What is the value of S2k, where k is an integer

1.  0

2.  4

3.  2k

4.  Depends on the value of k

4

0

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# Firoz has a certain amount of money in only Re 1 and Rs 10 notes. The number of Re 1 notes multiplied by the number of Rs 10 notes is equal to the total money (in Rs) that he has. The number of Rs 10 notes is less than ten. Which of the following is a possible figure for the total number of notes he can have

1.  18

2.  14

3.  16

4.  20

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18

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1.  21

2.  33

3.  40

4.  42

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