# Software Companies Placement Papers With Answers- -Free Download

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This section deals with Crompton Greaves Aptitude questions. Here in
this session, we have provided Question and answers with detailed
explanation. We suggest the candidates can go through this page for
secure good marks.
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1. What are the points in the stress strain curve for steel?
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**A. elastic limit or yield point**

** B. ultimate stress**

** C. stress at failure**

** D. all of these**

** Ans. D**

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2. The ratio of inertial force and viscous force. It is a dimensionless
number. It determines the type of fluid flow.
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** A. Reynolds number.**

**B. viscous force**

**C. torque**

**D. none of these**

** Ans. A**

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**3. How many joules is 1 BTU?**

** A. 1055.056 joules.**

**B. 1054 joules**

**C. 950 joules**

**D. none of these**

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**Ans.**
** A**

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4. It is the temperature below which the tendency of a material to
fracture increases rather than forming. Below this temperature, the
material loses its ductility
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**A. annealing**

**B. Nil Ductility**

**C. Ductile- brittle transition**

**D. Both B&C**

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**Ans.**
** D**

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5. For a perfectly incompressible material, the Poisson’s ratio would
be
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**A. greater than 0.5**

**B. less than 0.0**

**C. equal to 0.1**

**D. none of these**

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**Ans.**
** D**

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**Solution: **

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Exactly 0.5. Most practical engineering materials have ? between 0.0
and 0.5. Cork is close to 0.0, most steels are around 0.3, and rubber
is almost 0.5
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6. A man sells an article with a 20% discount and gain a profit of
20%.What would be the profit percentage if he sells it with 10%
discount?
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**A. 25%**

**B. 50%**

**C. 35%**

**D. none of these**

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**Ans.**
** C**

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**Solution: **

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Let initial selling price be 100 Rs Cost price after 20% discount be
80* (100/120) = 200/3 Selling price after 10% discount is 90 Rs Profit
= (90 – (200/3)) / (200/3) = 7/20 % profit = (7/20)* 100 = 35%
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7. a radioactive element disintegrates by 20 th part every hour and
find the probability that no matter is left out in duration of 45 min?
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**A. e ^ (-15)**

**B. 15**

**C. e ^ (-20)**

**D. none of these**

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**Ans. **
**A**

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**Solution: **

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Since it deals with radioactive element ‘n’ is usually large. so
poisons distribution is to be applieD. .. 1hr=60min———-20 45min———-?
(45*20)/(60)=15.. Hence lambda=15 P(x=0) = (e-15)*(150)/ (0!) = (e-15)
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8. If side of the square is x+2 and side of equilateral triangle is 2x
and the perimeters of both square and equilateral triangle are equal
.Then find the value of x ?
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**A. 4**

**B. 6**

**C. 8**

**D. none of these**

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**Ans.**
** A**

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**Solution: **

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**4*(x+2) = (3*2x) i.e.; x=4**

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9. If side of the square of increased by 5 and change in area were 165,
then find the value of side of the square ?
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**A. 16**

**B. 14**

**C. 18**

**D. none of these**

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**Ans.**
** B**

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**Solution: **

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**x+5)2-x2=165 10x+25=165 10x=140 x=14**

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10. A man has Rs. 480 in the denominations of one-rupee notes,
five-rupee notes and ten-rupee notes. The number of notes of each
denomination is equal. What is the total number of notes that he has ?
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**A. 45**

**B. 60**

**C. 75**

**D. 90**

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**Ans.**
** D**

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**Solution: **

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Let number of notes of each denomination be x. Then x + 5x + 10x = 480
16x = 480 x = 30. Hence, total number of notes = 3x = 3 x 30 = 90.
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11. One-third of Rahul’s savings in National Savings Certificate is
equal to one-half of his savings in Public Provident Fund. If he
has Rs. 1, 50,000 as total savings, how much has he saved in Public
Provident Fund ?
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**A. Rs. 30,000**

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**B. Rs. 50,000**

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**C. Rs. 60,000**

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**D. Rs. 90,000**

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**Ans.**
** C**

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**Solution: **

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Let savings in N.S.C and P.P.F. be Rs. x and Rs. (150000 – x)
respectively. Then, 1/3 x = (1/2) * (150000 – x) (x/3) + (x/2) =
75000 (5/6) x = 75000 X = 90000 Therefore Savings in Public
Provident Fund = 150000 – 90000= Rs. 60000
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12. A man has some hens and cows. If the number of heads is 48 and
the number of feet equals 140, then the number of hens will be:
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**A. 22**

**B. 23**

**C. 24**

**D. 26**

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**Ans.**
** D**

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**Solution: **

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Let the number of hens be x and the number of cows be y. Then, x +
y = 48…. (i) and 2x + 4y = 140 x + 2y = 70…. (ii) Solving (i) and
(ii) we get: x = 26, y = 22. The required answer = 26.
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13. X and Y can do a piece of work in 20 days and 12 days
respectively. X started the work alone and then after 4 days Y
joined him till the completion of the work. How long did the work
last ?
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**A. 6 days**

**B. 10 days**

**C. 15 days**

**D. 20 days**

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**Ans.**
** B**

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**Solution: **

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Work done by X in 4 days (1/20) * 4 = 1/5 Remaining work = 1- (1/5)
= 4/5 (X + Y)’s 1 day’s work (1/20) + (1/20) = 8 / 60 = 2/ 15 Work
done by X and Y in 1 day = 2/15 So, 4/5 work will be done by X and
Y in (15/2)* (4/5) = 6 days Hence, total time taken = 6+ 4 = 10
days
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14. The difference between a two-digit number and the number
obtained by interchanging the positions of its digits is 36. What
is the difference between the two digits of that number ?
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**A. 3**

**B. 4**

**C. 9**

**D. cannot be determined**

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**Ans.**
** B**

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**Solution: **

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Let the ten’s digit be x and unit’s digit be y. Then, (10x + y) –
(10y + x) = 36 9(x – y) = 36 x – y = 4.
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15. On dividing a number by 5, we get 3 as remainder. What will the
remainder when the square of the number is divided by 5 ?
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**A. 0**

**B. 1**

**C. 2**

**D. 4**

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**Ans.**
** D**

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**Solution: **
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Let the number be x and on dividing x by 5, we get k as quotient
and 3 as remainder. x = 5k + 3 x2 = (5k + 3)2 = (25k2 + 30k + 9) =
5(5k2 + 6k + 1) + 4 On dividing x2 by 5, we get 4 as remainder.
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16. Sum of squares of two numbers is 404 and sum of two numbers is
22.Then product of two Numbers ?
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**A. 20**

**B. 40**

**C. 80**

**D. none of these**

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**Ans.**
** B**

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**Solution: **

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According to the given conditions x + y = 22 and x2 + y2 = 404 now
(x + y)2 = x2 + y2 + 2xy so 222 = 404 + 2xy so xy = 80/2 = 40.
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17. If a>4, b<-1 then which of the following is true
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**A. 2a+b<0**

**B. 4a<3b**

**C. a>4b**

**D. none of these**

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**Ans.**
** C**

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18. A student was performing an arithmetic operation and he
multiplied a number by 3/2 instead of dividing it by 2/3 .what was
its error percentage ?
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**A. 10%**

**B. 12%**

**C. 15%**

**D. none of these**

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**Ans.**
** D**

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**Solution: **

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**(3/2) x – x/ (2/3) = 0 Therefore % error = 0%**

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19. Saritha and kavitha are separated by a certain distance of 100m
and saritha started from her house and walked for 30m East and
turned right and walked up to 10m and then turned left and walked
up to 20m and again turned left and walked to the road.
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What is the distance between the two girls now ?
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**A. 52**

**B. 50**

**C. 51**

**D. 53**

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**Ans.**
** C**

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20. What is distance between Saritha and kavitha after walking
10meter towards road ?
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**A. 52**

**B. 50**

**C. 51**

**D. none of these**

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**Ans.**
** B**

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21. Ann is shorter than Jill and Jill is taller than Tom. Which of
the following inferences is true.
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**A. Ann is taller than Tom.**

**B. Ann is shorter than tom.**

**C. Ann shortest among three.**

**D. None of these.**

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**Ans.**
** D**

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**22. Who is tallest among the three ?**

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**A. Ann**

**B. Tom**

**C. Jill**

**D. Cannot be determined**

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**Ans.**
** C**

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23. We entered (A)/into the room (B)/after the class was over(c)/No
Error (D)
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**A. A**

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**B. B**

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**C. C**

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**D. D**

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**Ans.**
** B**

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**Solution: **

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**We entered the room after the class was over.**

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24. Your account should (A)/have been credited (B)/with three
month’s interest(C)/No error (D).
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**A. A**

**B. B**

**C. C**

**D. D**

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**Ans.**
** D**

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**Solution: **
**There is no error in this sentence.**

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25. Idli and sambar (A)/make the breakfast (B)/in the south(C)/ No
error (D).
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**A. A**

**B. B**

**C. C**

**D. D**

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**Ans.**
** B**

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**Solution: **
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There is an error in fragment 2 of the sentence. The article ‘the’
has been incorrectly placed.
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26. We discussed (A)/about the politics (B)/ in the class
room(C)/No Error (D).
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**A. A**

**B. B**

**C. C**

**D. D**

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**Ans.**
** B**

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**Solution: **
**We discussed the politics in the class room.**

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27. Arrange the sentence order(27-30) A. With the time spent
eating, sleeping, taking care of household chores, and looking
after the family, there is little time left for leisure activities
for many American. B Results of a 2001 Harris Poll on free time
conducted in the United States showed that the average workweek for
many Americans is fifty hours. C. People today seem to have
increasingly hectic lifestyles. D In addition, many people spend up
to two or three hours a day commuting to and from work
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**A. ABCD**

**B. CBDA**

**C. ACBD**

**D. CADB**

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**Ans.**
** B**

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28. A. The most popular activity for Americans was gardening. B. We
can see from the above examples tat in different countries and
cultures around the world, free time is spend in different ways.
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C. In the U.K., it was going to the pub, followed by visiting the
cinema.
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D. In Japan, it was very different from the first two countries.
Going too bars and pubs ranked eighth in popularity, and gardening
ranked ninth.
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E There were differences in the most popular outdoor pursuits
between the following three countries.
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**A. EADCB**

**B. BEACD**

**C. EACDB**

**D. CEABD**

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**Ans.**
** C**

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29. A. When identity is thus ‘defined by contrast’, divergence with
the West becomes central. B. Indian religious literature such as
the Bhagavad Gita or the Tantric texts, which are identified as
differing from secular writings seen as ‘western’, elicits much
greater interest in the West than do other Indian writings,
including India’s long history of heterodoxy.
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C. There is a similar neglect of Indian writing on non-religious
subjects, from mathematics, epistemology and natural science to
economics and linguistics.
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D. Through selective emphasis that point up differences with the
West, other civilizations can, in this way, be redefined in alien
terms, which can be exotic and charming, or else bizarre and
terrifying, or simply strange and engaging.
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E. The exception is the Kamasutra in which western readers have
managed to cultivate an interest.
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**A. BDACE**

**B. DEABC**

**C. BDECA**

**D. BCEDA**

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**Ans.**
** D**

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**Solution: **

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Comparing statements B and D for starters as per the options,
statement B scores over statement D. BD versus BC (as per the
options) – By several reading of the sentences it is possible to
see that BC is mandatory or that statement C cannot be placed next
to any other statement available except immediately after statement
B because of its ‘there is similar neglect. The neglect is
mentioned only in statement B. BCED and BCDE would have been very
difficult to decide. Fortunately we are not required to decide
this, because BCED is the only choice. Statement A then falls
automatically at the end of the paragraph. Hence, the correct
answer is option D
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30. A. This is now orthodoxy to which I subscribe – up to a point.
B. It emerged from the mathematics of chance and statistics.
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C.Therefore the risk is measurable and manageable.
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DThe fundamental concept: Prices are not predictable, but the
mathematical laws of chance can describe their fluctuations.
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E.This is how what business schools now call modern finance was
born.
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**A. ADCBE**

**B. EBDCA**

**C. ABDCE**

**D. DCBEA**

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**Ans.**
** B**

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**Solution: **

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The best way to solve this one is not through the options. If you
read the sentence several times there are two possibilities for the
‘it’ in statement B. The ‘it’ is either ‘The fundamental concept’
in D (i.e. BD) or ‘modern finance’ in E (i.e. EB). No other
combination even as per the given options (CB and AB) would make
sense if the ‘it’ is worked upon. BD is not in the options. Now,
one has to merely check if EBDCA makes sense and there is no other
option to compare with. Hence, the correct answer is option B.
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**Crompton Greaves Reasoning Test Sample Papers**

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By preparing according to this Crompton Greaves Reasoning sample
papers, contenders can get a high score. Before going to attend for
the Crompton Greaves online test should prepare the provided
questions thoroughly.
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**1. Choose out the odd one.**
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A. Seminar

B. Semi colon

C. Semifinal

D. Semicircle

Answer: Option A

Solution:

In all except seminar, Semi indicates “half”.

2. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so
form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

A. ISLOJ

B. LUOQM

C. AKDGB

D. EPILG

Answer: Option B

3. What will come in the place of the question mark (?) in the
following series?

N 5 V, K 7 T, ?, E 14 P, B 19 N

A. I10R

B. H10Q

C. H9R

D. H10R

Answer: Option D

4. If ‘CAT’ and ‘BOAT’ are written as ‘XZG’ and ‘YIZG’ respectively
in a code language then how is ‘EGG’ to be written in the same
language?

A. VSS

B. URR

C. VTT

D. UTT

Answer: Option C

5. Pointing to a gentleman, Deepak said, “His only brother is the
father of my daughter father”, How is the gentleman related to
Deepak?

A. Grand Father

B. Father

C. Brother-in-law

D. Uncle

Answer: Option D

Solution:

Father of Deepak’s daughter’s father –Deepaks Father. So the man’s
brother is deepak’s Father or the man is the brother of deepak’s
father i.e…, Deepak’s uncle.

6. Y is to the East of X, which is to the North of Z. If P is to
the South of Z, then P is in which direction with respect to Y?

A. North

B. South

C. South-East

D. North-East

E. None of these

Answer: Option E

7. If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the second, the
fourth, the seventh and the eight letters of the word CONTROVERSIAL
which of the following will be the first letter of the word? If
more than one such word can be made, given ‘M’ as the answer. If no
such word can be made, give ‘X’ as the answer.

A. X

B. V

C. M

D. T

Answer: Option C

Solution:

The respective letters are O, T, V and E.

The words that can be formed are VOTE AND VETO.

8. If A runs less fast than B, and B runs as fast but not faster
than C, then as compared to A, C runs

A. Slower than A

B. Faster than A

C. With same Speed as A

D. Given data is not sufficient to determine

Answer: Option B

Solution:

From the given information in the question.

B>A C>B From equ’s (i) and (ii)

C>B>A

Thus, C runs faster than A

9. If the letters in the word “IDENTITY” are arranged in
alphabetical order, then how many letters do not remain in same
place?

A. 1

B. 3

C. 5

D. 2

E. 7

Answer: Option E

Solution:

The given word is: I D E N T I F Y Alphabetical order: D E F I I N
T Y One letter remain in the same place. Seven letters do not
remain in the same position.

10. 1. Protect 2. Pressure 3. Relief 4. Rain 5. Flood

A. 2,4,3,1,5

B. 2,4,5,1,3

C. 2,5,4,1,3

D. 3,2,4,5,1

Answer: Option B

11. Errors in decision making occur because we use decision-making
heuristics

A. In an Unplanned Manner

B. Haphazardly

C. Beyond the range for which they are intended

D. Without taking care of other aspects

Answer: Option D

Solution:

Heuristics are simple , efficient rules based on experiences which
people often use to form judgements and make decisions. This
usually involve focusing on one aspect of a complex problem and
ignoring others. Although these rules work well under many
circumstances they can lead to systematic deviation from logic or
rationally resulting errors in decision making.

12. Assertion:

The newly constructed bridge collapsed and caused death of many
people.

RI. The design of the bridge was not proper.

RII. The bridge was constructed on black cotton soil.

A. Only RI and not RII is the reason for the assertion.

B. only RII and not RI is the reason for the assertion.

C. either RI or RII, but not both, is the reason for the assertion.

D. neither RI nor RII is the reason for the assertion.

Answer: Option A

Solution:

Here the assertion is about the collapse of the newly constructed
bridge, which is possible because of faulty construction or because
of improper design. Hence, I can be reason.

RII talks about type of soil, which is out of context.

13. You are living in a college hostel. The dal served to you in
the mess has a lot of stones. What would you do?

A. Leave eating the dal altogether.

B. Bring the matter to the notice of mess incharge.

C. Speak to the cook about changing the dal.

D. Buy your own dal and cook it in your room.

Answer: Option B

Solution:

Bring the matter to the notice of mess incharge.

14. Controversy always involves

A. Dislike

B. Injustice

C. Passion

D. Disagreement

Answer: Option D

15. Given Set: (63, 49, 35)

A. (72, 40, 24)

B. (72, 48, 24)

C. (64, 40, 28)

D. (81, 63, 45)

Answer: Option D

Solution:

Each set consists of the even number which is obtained by
multiplying a certain number by 9, 7 and 5 respectively.

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**Crompton Greaves English Test Model Papers**

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In this section, we have provided Crompton Greaves English Question
and Answers with detailed explanation. Before going to attend for
the Crompton Greaves Recruitment candidates should refer the
provided sample questions to get the best result.
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**1. Let us go to a restaurant and have —– coffee**

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A. a
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B. an

C. the

D. no article

**Answer: **
**Option A**

**2. Laudation**

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A. laud
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B. laudable

C. lauding

D. laudably

**Answer:**
** Option A**

**3. Can you live without —— water?**

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A. drinking
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B. drink

C. drinks

D. drunk

**Answer:**
** Option A**

**4. —– men command respect.**

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A. wholly
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B. holey

C. holley

D. holy

**Answer:**
** Option D**

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5. Girls usually / are taking / more time / for dressings.
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A. girls usually
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B. are taking

C. more time

D. for dressings

**Answer:**
** Option B**

**6. What a wonderful figure it is.**

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A. exclamatory
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B. negative

C. compound

D. imperative

**Answer:**
** Option A**

**7. Quarter**

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A. quarteres
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B. quarterres

C. quarters

D. none of these

**Answer:**
** Option C**

**8. Desertion**

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A. dessert
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B. desert

C. desertion

D. dessertate

**Answer:**
** Option B**

**9. Select the odd one out**

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A. Court
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B. Radium

C. King

D. Palace

**Answer:**
** Option B**

**10. Understanding**

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A. miss
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B. un

C. de

D. mis

**Answer:**
** Option D**

**11. I am interested —– reading novels.**

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A. by
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B. in

C. on

D. at

**Answer:**
** Option B**

**12. All women love jewels and silk saris**

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A. VS
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B. SVO

C. SVAC

D. SVA

**Answer:**
** Option B**

**13. Domestic**

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A. er
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B. ee

C. or

D. ate

**Answer:**
** Option D**

**14. Every one can do it.**

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A. can’t he?
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B. won’t he?

C. can he?

D. can’t they?

**Answer:**
** Option D**

**15. I shall visit the book fair tomorrow.**

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A. past perfect
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B. simple future

C. future continuous

D. present perfect

**Answer:**
** Option B**

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1) Magnetic compass indicates

a) true north pole

b)alionic earth pole

c)geographic north pole

d)magnetic north pole.

2) For a cantilever beam with uniformly varying load, shape of bending
moment curve is

a)parabolic

b) hyperbolic

c) straightline

d) cubic.

3) For perfectly elastic bodies, coefficent of restitution is

a) 0

b) 0.5

c) 1

d) infinity.

4) For 1st order lever, mechanical advantage is

a)<1

b)>1

c) =1

d)none.

5) 18:4:1 in H.S.S represent

a) 18tu : 4vn : 1 cr. Other choices r just interchanged.

6) Due to intense braking of an automobile reaction of wheels on road

Will be equally distributed to all 4 wheels.

Will be more at rear wheels

Inertia will be on the front wheels.

Not remember.

if u apply brakes on the weels of a bicycle then

a. normal reaction on the wheel increases

b. normal reaction on the wheel decreases

c. normal reaction remains same as there is no radial component of
frictional force

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7) thermal efiiciency of I.C engines will be

a)20-25%

b)30-35%

c)60-75%

d) 45- 55%.

8) when a mass is supportedby spring of spring constant k, which is cut
in 4 equal pieces and the connected in parallel way the equilent spring
constant is

a)k/4

b) 16k

c) 64k

d) k.

9) when a mass is supported on roof of a elevator and elevator moves
with an acceleration of 4.9 m/s2 shows a spring reading of 15kg, then
the weight of the body is

a) 10

b) 15

c) 30

d)20.

10.Mass production of bolts and rivets is by

a .hot extrusion

b .forging

c .cold heading

d .cold peening

11.why doesn’t mercury stick to glass tube

a .cohesive force>adhesive force

b .cohesive force<adhesive force

c .cohesive force= adhesive force

d .none of the above

12.How r bolts and nuts manufactured?

a.head stamping

b .cold extrusion

c .cold peening

d .forging

13.Eulers formula is used for column of length

a. >80

b. <80

c. >90

d. >110

14.If a body weighing 40kg floats in water with 40% of volume immersed,
the sp.gravity of the body is

a.1

b. 0.16

c. 0.25

d.

15.Axial claw clutches

a.Disengages

b. engages

c. engages only with load

d. operates only with load

16.If center distance of a involute mating gear changes then the
pressure angle

a.Increases

b. decreases

c. remains unaltered

17.Normalising is

a.heated above critical temp and cooled in air .

b. heated above critical temp and quenched in oil

c. heated below critical temp and cooled in air

18.The best suited material for permanent magnet

a. Alnico

b. silicon

19.Hookes joint is used for

a. parallel and intersecting shafts

b. non parallel non intersecting

c. nonparallel and intersecting

d. parallel and non intersecting

20.To have a const.velocity ratio the two gears should have (or)
angular velocity of the gear will remain the same if the ..........
cuts the line joining ........ at a fixed point ans law of gearing
(check for ans)

21.Which of the following is a loose running fit

a. h6f6

b.h6e6

c. h6d6

22.Farenheit and centigrade are equal at

a.-40

b.0

c. 32

d.100

23. M10 hexagonal bolt is manufactured

a. upset forging and thread rolling

**
b. casting and thread rolling
**

24.specific speed in a turbo machine depends on

**a.geometric shape,**

**b.size,**

**c.head,**

**
d.all the above.
**

25.unit of surface roughness is

**a.micron,**

**b.PPM,**

**
c.mm2 ,
**

d.meter

26.mohr’s circle is used to find

**a.principle stress,**

**b.resultant of…. ANS:**

**
c (check for ans)
**

27.storage,transportation, operation,delay,inspection symbols are used
in

a.process chart,

**b.mam m/c chart,**

**c.grant chart,**

**
d.all the above.
**

28.melting point of ice changes with

a.increase with pressure,

**
b.increase with pressure ratio.
**

29.If the speed of fan is doubled,quantity of air displaced is

a.doubled,

**b.4times,**

**c.1/2 times**

**
d.remains same.
**

30. which has less carbon content

a.tool steel,

**
b.spring steel,carburising steel,forging steel.
**

31.when a helical compressive spring is subjected to axial compression
load,the stress induced in the spring will be

a. tensile,

**b. compressive,**

**c. shear.**

**
d. none
**

32.for a bar element if area, length, and stress are doubled the
elastic strain energy will be

a.Half

b. doubled

**c. 4 times**

**
d. 8 times
**

33 for a punching die , 2mm thick sheet, dia. D ,force f, the shear
force is

ans: 8800 (check for ans)

34. spheroidising is a process of

a.annealing

**b. normalizing**

**c. tempering**

**d. case hardening**

**
**

35 what type of thread is used in lead screw of a lathe

a. acme thread

b. V

**c. square**

**
d. buttress
**

36. Wear allowance of a go nogo end plug gauge is given for

a.go end

b. nogo end

37. Internal spur gears can be made by using

a. gear shaping

**b. slotting**

**
c. gear hobbing
**

38. Height of the capillary varies with increase with increase in dia
of tube c. increase with increase in sp. weight increase with decrease
in dia d. increase with decrease in sp. weight

**
**

39) a bolt of nomial diameter 33mm the stress of 100N/mm2 the safe load
is

a)60KN

b)100 kn

c) 160kn.

40) a cylinder with in 1% of the tolerence capacity limit, the
permissible tolerence in height and radius are

ans is 0.2% radius and 0.25 height. (check for ans)

41) in ball bearings cage is used for

a)to maintain the ball position

b) to maintain parallelism between inner and outer race.

42) Pumped storage plants are used mainly for

a)high head

b) run off river.

43) For an incompressible solid , poisson’s ratio is

44) distance of ozone layer from surface of earth

a. 0 to 100 km

**b 20 to 50 km**

**c. 50 to 100 km**

**
d. 10 to 15 km
**

45) An elevator is moving up with an acc. of 4.9 m/sec2 a body weighing
15 kg is attached with spring balance. what is the value in the spring
balance

a. 10

**b. 15**

**c. 20**

**
d. 30
**

46) at same heat input and max pressure

a. efficiency of otto cycle more than diesel

b. efficiency of dual cylce more than diesel

c. efficiency of diesel cycle more than otto

d. ..............................related

47 bending stress is ( y is the distance from the neutal axis)

a. inversly proportional to y

b. proportional to y

c. independent of y

d. .........

48) if the body is 40% immersed in water what will be its specific
gravity

49) the temp at the three edges of a square shaped body is 0 C and on
the fourth edge is 100 c find the temp at the centre of the square

a. 25

b. 100

**c. 50**

**
d. 0
**

50)True or false

i)Plaster of parries is mad from dolomite, bauxite, and limestone.

ii)Highest temperature is represented by red colour.

iii)In ball bearing grease lubrication acts as boundry layer
lubrication.

SECTION II : APTITUDE 50 QUESTIONS 30 MINS

Complete the series: 462 , 420 , 380 , ( ) , 306 ans.342 ..

Complete the series: 1,4,9,16, 25 , ( ) ans 36

Pick odd one out: geometry , algebra , arithmetic , mathematics

Analogy - moon : satellite :: earth: ? ans:planet

CROMPTON GREAVES INTERVIEW QUETIONS

COMPONENTS OF A MOTOR TRANSFORMER -TYPES

DESIGN OF MOTOR

POKA YOKE,KANBAN

5 P`S INMARKETING,(PRICE,PLACE)

WHAT IS TURBO CHARGER?

DESIGN OF SILENCER AND IT`S PURPOSE

REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAM (RCC BEAM)

FORMULA FOR MOMENT OF INERTIA

HOW WILL ANALYSE RCC BEAM IN ANSYS

LAWS OF THERMODYAMICS

CARNOT CYCLE EXPLAIN?

WHAT IS TQM, TPM, JIT, 5S PRINCIPLE?

DEFINE FORCE?

CHARLES LAW ,BOYLES LAW

WHY DO YOU USE COLLANT WHILE MACHINING?

IRON CARBON EQULIBRIUM DIAGRAM EXPLAIN?

QUESTIONS REGARDING YOUR ELECTIVES & INPLANT TRAINING

YOUR PERSONAL INTEREST

DIFFERENT TYPES OF LOAD ACTING ON BEAM

WHEATHER SHEAR FORCE ACT ON RAILWAY BRIDGE?

WHAT SUBJECTS YOU STUDIED ,QUESTIONS ON THE SUBJECTS YOU SAY

DESIGN A FAN

WHAT IS THE DIRECTION OF ROTATION OF CEILING FAN ?

WHY IT ALWAYS ROTATES IN ANTICLOCKWISE DIRECTION?

IF YOU CHANGE DIRECTION OF ROTATION WHAT WILL HAPPEN?

** **

**
**

2. Wat wil hapen to height of a capilary tube-

a) increses wit increase in diametr

b) decrease wid increase in diametr

c) inceare wit increase in specific weight

d) decerase wid increase in specific weight

3. Specific speed of turbine signifies

a) rotational speed

b) head

c) flow rate

d) not remember

4. Power of a belt is givn by-

a) mass

b) velocity

c) arc

d) all the above

5. At what temperature celsius nd faherinit is equal-

answer. -40

6. Slenderness ratio of a mild steel is-

a) >80

b) <80

c) >90

d) <90

7. Magnet is made of which iron

8. Which is weakest iron

a) spring

b) bolt

c) or optin yad nahn

9. Magnet north pole represents which direction

10. Speriodizing is a type of which proces

11. Normaling is done at

a) above crystaline temp with quenchng of oils

b) below crystaline temp

12. Rivets r made by which process

a) extrusion

b) cold heating

c) forging

13. y mercury donot stick to the tube

a) cohesive force>adhesive force

b) cohesive force <adhesive force

c) cohesive force =adhesive force

14. y cage is provided in bearing in between the balls

15. Wear allowance on go no go is for which end

a) go

b) no go

16. If area, length, diametr, stres r doubled what wil hapen to the
strain energy?

17. If a spring of stiffnes of k is divided in 4 parts and then joined
in paralel then what wil b the resultant stifness

18. ek bearing lubrication ka question tha

19. How can we increase the pressure angle of a gear

20

a) plaster of paris is extracted from bauxite, true / false

b) ek or tha yaad nahi

21. What is 18-4-1 mild steel?

18 mei kiska kitna composition hai, 4 or 1 mei bhi

22. What is the shape of bending moment of cantilever with udl over it?

23. Surface measurement RA is taken in which units?

a) micron

b) mm2

c) dnt remember

24. In which fit clearance wil b more for hole and shaft?

h6g8

h6e8

h9f9

h9d8

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