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1. Currently, the age of a father is three times that of his son. 2.5
years from now, age of the father becomes 2.5 times that of the son.
The age of son currently is?
A. 6.5 yrs.
B. 8 yrs.
C. 7.5 yrs.
D. None of these
Let the current age of son = x.
Then, Father's age = 3x.
Now, According to the question,
=> (3x+2.5) = 2.5 *(x + 2.5)
=> x = 7.5 years.
2. A does 3/4 of a piece of work in 24 days. He then calls in B and
both of them together complete the remaining work in 4 days -how long
would B alone take to do the entire work?
A. 16 days
B. 24 days
C. 32 days
D. 40 days
Given, 3/4th of work is done in 24 days so 24*4/3=32.
So, remaining work 3/4-1=1/4.
and, 1/4 work is done by A and B is 4*4=16days
A's one-day work is 1/32
(A+B) 's one-day work=1/16
B's one-day work=1/16-1/32 = 1/32.
Hence, B would take 32 days to complete the work.
3. The profit on a certain article is 25% had it been brought at 10%
discount and sold for 20% more than the earlier cost, the profit would
have been Rs 600. What is the CP of the article?
D. None of these
Let the CP be x.
Gain % = 25%
Then, SP = x*125/100
=> SP = 5x/4
If it had been bought at 10% discount, then
CP = x*90/100
CP = 9x/10
Sold at 20% more that the earliest cost (at CP = x)
Then SP = x*120/100 = 600+(9x/10).
=> 6x/5 = (6000+9x/10).
=> 12x = 6000+9x.
=> 3x = 6000.
=> x = 2000.
4. The cost of the manufacturing an article includes materials, labor
and overheads in the ratio of 4:3:2. If the cost of labor is 45 Rs,
find the total cost of article and also its profit percentage, if the
article is sold per 180 Rs?
A. Rs.145, 70/3%
B. Rs.135, 100/3%
C. Rs.125, 61/3%
D. None of the above
Given, the Cost ratio of material, labor, overheads => 4:3:2
Total cost will be 4x + 3x + 2x = 9x.
Cost of Labor = 45
Therefore,3x = 45.
=> x = 15.
Total cost of article is 4*15 + 3*15 + 2*15 = 135.
If SP = 180, then profit= 180 - 135 = 45.
Profit % = 45*100/135 = (100/3) %.
5. If a boy travels with 5/6th of usual his speed, he is late by 10
mins. What is the usual time taken to travel?
A. 40 mins
B. 30 mins
C. 50 mins
D. 55 mins
Let 's' and 't' be the usual speed and time of the boy respectively and
d be the distance.
Since, Usual time taken t = d/s.
Late by 10mins if speed is 5/6th of s
10 mins => 600 secs [Convert mins to secs or hours]
Then d/(s*5/6) = d/s + 600
=> 6d/5s = t+600 [Since t = d/s... From (1)]
=> 6t/5 = t+600
=> 6t = 5t+3000
=> t = 3000 secs or 50 mins.
6. The sum of 'n' terms of a series in A.P is 6n^2 + 6n. What is the
4th term of the series?
The 4th term = sum of 4 terms - sum of 3 terms.
=> (6 * 4^2 + 6*4) -( 6* 3^2 + 6*3) = (96 + 24) – (54+18)
=> 120 - 72 = 48.
7. A lent Rs. 5000 to B for 2 years and Rs. 3000 to C for 4 years on
simple interest at the same rate of interest and received Rs. 2200 in
all from both of them as interest. The rate of interest per annum is:
Let the rate be R% p.a.
Then, (5000 x R x 2)/100 + (3000 x R x 4)/100 = 2200.
=> 100R + 120R = 2200
=> R = 2200/220 = 10.
.'. Rate = 10%.
8. In a group of donkeys and pigs, the numbers of legs are 16 more than
twice the number of heads. The number of donkeys is
Let the number of donkeys be x and the number of pigs be y.
=> 4x + 2y = 2(x + y) = 16.
=> 2x + (2x + 2y) = (2x + 2y) + 16.
=> x = 8.
9. Three partner’s A, B, C start a business. Twice A’s capital is equal
to thrice B’s capital and B’s capital is four times C’s capital. Out of
a total profit of Rs.16500 at the end of the year, B’s share is:
C. Rs 7500
Let C = x.
Then B = 4x and 2A = 3 * 4x = 12x. or A = 6x.
Therefore, A: B: C = 6x: 4x: x = 6: 4: 1.
Therefore, B’s capital = Rs. 16500 * 4/11= Rs.6000.
10. A circular wire of radius 42cm is cut and bent into the form of a
rectangle whose sides are in the ratio of 6:5. The smaller side of the
Length of wire= circumference of circle of radius 42cm= (2* 22/7* 42) =
Therefore, perimeter of rectangle= 264 cm.
Let, length= 6x cm & breadth= 5x cm.
Therefore, 2 (6x + 5x) = 264 or x=12.
Therefore, smaller side= 60 cm.
Deutsche Bank Logical Reasoning Test
GIKM: HJLN :: LNPR : ?
Given, GIKM : HJLN
where, G+1=H , I+1=J , K+1=L , M+1=N
So, L+1=M , N+1=O , P+1=Q , R+1=S
So, LNPR : MOQS.
Scribble: Write: : Stammer : ?
First is an improper form of the second.
All poets are writers.
All writers are readers.
(I) All poets are readers.
(II) Some readers are poets.
A. Only I follows
B. Only II follows
C. Both I & II follows
D. No conclusion
If in code of alphabet AT = 20, BAT = 40 then CAT =?
By considering A=1, B=2, C=3, .......T=20...Z=26.
AT = 1 * 20 = 20,
BAT= 2 * 1 * 20 = 40.
Therefore, CAT= 3 * 1 * 20 = 60.
In a certain code, TOGETHER is written as RQEGRJCT. In the same code,
PAROLE will be written as,
The letters at the odd positions are moved two steps backward and the
letters at even positions are moved two steps forward to get the value.
So PAROLE will be NCPQJG.
16. Data Sufficiency:
Manoj, Prabhakar, Mash and Kamal are four friends. Who among them is
the heaviest ''
(I). Prabhakar is heavier than Manoj and Kamal but lighter than Akash.
(II). Manoj is lighter than Prabhakar and Mask but heavier than Kamal.
A. If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the
B. If the data in statement II alone are sufficient answer the question
C. If the data either in I or II alone are sufficient to answer the
D. If the data in both the statements together are needed
From I, we have, P > M, P > K, A > P.
From II we have, M > K, P > M, A > P.
Combining the above two, we have: A > P > M > K.
Thus, Akash is the heaviest. So, both the statements are required.
17. Data Sufficiency:
Question: Who is C's partner in a game of cards involving four players
A, B, C and D?
(I) D is sitting opposite to A.
(II) B is sitting right of A and left of D.
A. I alone is sufficient while II alone is not sufficient
B. II alone is sufficient while I alone is not sufficient
C. Either I or II is sufficient
D. Neither I nor II is sufficient
E. Both I and II are sufficient
Clearly, each of the given statements shows that B is sitting opposite
to C or B is the partner of C.
18. Direction & Distance:
A tourist drives 10 km towards east and turns to the right hand drives
3 Km. Then he drives towards west (turning to his right) 3 km. He then
turns to his left and drive 2 km. Finally, he turns to his right and
travel's 7 km. how far is he from his starting point and in which
direction would he be?
A. 10 km, East
B. 9 km, North
C. 8 km, West
D. 5 km, West
19. Find the next term of the series:
1, 1, 4, 8, 9, 27, 16, ?
The series consists of squares and cubes of consecutive natural numbers
i.e. 1^2, 1^3, 2^2, 2^3, 3^2, 3^3, 4^2, …...
So, the next term is = 4^3 = 64.
20. Find the next term of the series:
7T19, 9Q16, 11N13, 13K10, 15H7, ?
E. None of these
The 1st number of every term is +2 of the previous term's 1st number.
The 2nd Character of every term is -3 of the previous term's 2nd
The 3rd number of every term is -3 of the previous term's 3rd number.
Deutsche Bank Verbal Ability Test
What is immediately needed today is the establishment of a World
Government or an International Federation of Mankind. It is the utmost
necessity of the world today, and all those persons who wish to see all
human beings happy and prosperous naturally feel it keenly. Of course,
at times, we all feel that many of our problems of our political,
social and cultural life would come to an end if there were one
Government all over the world. Travelers, businessmen, seekers of
knowledge and teachers of righteousness know very well that great
impediments and obstructions are faced by them when they pass from one
country to another, exchange goods, get information, and make an effort
to spread their good gospel among their fellow-men. In the past
religious sects divided one set of people against another, color of the
skin or construction of the body set one against the other. But today
when philosophical light has exploded the darkness that was created by
religious differences, and when scientific knowledge has falsified the
theory of social superiority and when modern inventions have enabled
human beings of all religious views and of all races and colors to come
in frequent contact with one another, it is the governments of various
countries that keep people of one country apart from those of another.
They create artificial barriers, unnatural distinctions, unhealthy
isolation, unnecessary fears and dangers in the minds of the common men
who by their nature want to live in friendship with their fellow-men.
But all these evils would cease to exist if there were one Government
all over the world.
21. The people who face impediments and obstructions when they pass
from one country to another and do a lot of good jobs are all the
C. Seekers of knowledge
D. Teachers of righteousness
E. Empire builders
22. What was the factor that set one man against another?
A. Material prosperity of certain people in the midst of grinding
B. Superior physical strength of some persons
C. Color of the skin or construction of the body
D. Some people being educated and another illiterate
E. Psychological barriers
23. What will the world Government be expected to do?
A. It will bring about universal happiness and prosperity
B. It will end all wars for all time to come
C. It will bring about a moral regeneration of mankind
D. It will kill the satan that is in man
E. It will arrange for interplanetary contacts
24. What do the government of various countries do to keep people of
one country apart from those of another?
A. They create artificial barriers.
B. They create unnatural distinctions.
C. They foster unhealthy isolation.
D. They create unnecessary fears and dangers in the minds of the
E. All of them.
25. Which of the following problems has not been mentioned in the
passage as likely to be solved with the establishment of world
A. Social problems
B. Political problems
C. Cultural problems
D. Economic problems
E. None of these
26. Fill in the blank:
I miss ________ the news, while I am travelling.
C. to watch
D. none of these
27. Choose the correct form of tense for the given sentence:
____________ the water clear, but also prevent the river rom
A. Not only the hippo's eating habits keep.
B. Keep not only the hippo’s eating habit.
C. The hippo's eating habits not only keep.
D. Not only keep to hippo's eating habits.
D. Oblique Section
LATERAL means from side or side part.
OBLIQUE SECTION is closest to LATERAL.
30. Error Spotting:
On account of the falling in (a) / its revenue and profitability
(b)/the company has received (c)/ a lower credit rating this year. (d)
A. On account of the falling in
B. its revenue and profitability
C. the company has received
D. a lower credit rating this year.
E. No error
Use 'fall' in place of 'falling'.
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