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I( )
1 8 18. "×" "+"
"÷"
1. ENABLE : JSFGQJ : : OCCUPY : ?
(A) THHZUD (B) THHBWD (A) 72 ÷ 3 × 5 + 9 – 3 = 4
(C) LANCPS (D) LANSPC (B) 72 ÷ 9 × 5 + 3 – 9 = 4
2. PK : 72 : : CP : ? (C) 54 ÷ 9 × 6 + 9 – 9 = 4
(A) 102 (B) 91
(C) 94 (D) 79 19 20
3. 11 : 1342 : : 16 : ?
(A) 4016 (B) 4112
(C) 5012 (D) 5463
19. _aa_ba_bb_ab_aab
4. ? : EJH : : INL : GLJ
(A) b a b a b (B) a a a b b
(A) GLJ (B) HLJ
(C) b b a a b (D) b b b a a
(C) GLK (D) GMJ
20. ab_aa_aaa_a_ab_a
5. (A) a b b a b (B) a b a a a
(A) (B)
(C) (D) 21.
6. ACEG : IKMO : : PRTV : ?
(A) QRUW (B) JLMP
(C) WXAC (D) XZBD
(A) (B)
7. 12 : 132 : : 13 : ?
(A) 165 (B) 153 (B) (D)
(C) 169 (D) 156 22. Z = 26 , TANK = 46, , KITE = ?
8. (A) 54 (B) 45
(A) (B)
23. STUDENT RUTEDOS
(C) (D)
RDGPKBQ
9 16
(A) SHERBET (B) SHINGLE
9. (A) (9,720) (B) (7,336) (C) SHACKLE (D) SCHOLAR
(C) (11,1320) (D) (15,3390) 24 30
10. (A) 216 (B) 729
(B) 6859 (D) 5830
11. (A) 988 (B) 1352
(C) 1064 (D) 1197 24. 948 474 ? 118.5 59.25 29.625
(A) 221 (B) 190
12. (A) (B)
(C) 237 (D) 189.06
(C) (D) 25. 96 94 373 3353 ? 1341069
13. (A) ROAD (B) BOARD (A) 83819 (B) 53483
(C) DOOR (D) SET (C) 63813 (D) 53643
14. (A) JT (B) SK 26. 45 43 83 245 975 ?
(C) DZ (D) AR (A) 4869 (B) 4846
15. (A) (B) (C) 4896 (D) 4852
(C) (D) 27. 16 16 40 140 ?
(A) 804 (B) 840
16. (A) 10H 13J (B) 14L 17O
(C) 408 (D) 968
(C) 22 T 25W (D) 6D 9G
28. IKM, NPR, SUW, ?
17. (A) XZB (B) XAZ
(C) AZX (D) ZAX
29. UXR, SVP, CFZ, ?
(A) (A) ADX (B) YBW
(C) VXT (D) QUN
(B) 30. Z, W, S, P, L, I, E, ?
(C) (A) B (B) D
(D) (C) F (D) K
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Part - I (General Intelligence & Reasoning)


Directions : In questions No. 1 to 8, select the 18. If "–" means divide, "×" means addition , "+"
related word/letters/ number from the given means multiply and "÷" means subtract,
alternatives. then which equation is correct?
1. ENABLE : JSFGQJ : : OCCUPY : ? (A) 72 ÷ 3 × 5 + 9 – 3 = 4
(A) THHZUD (B) THHBWD (B) 72 ÷ 9 × 5 + 3 – 9 = 4
(C) LANCPS (D) LANSPC (C) 54 ÷ 9 × 6 + 9 – 9 = 4
2. PK : 72 : : CP : ? (D) 45 ÷ 6 × 5 + 3 – 9 = 4
Directions : In questions No. 19 to 20, which
(A) 102 (B) 91
one set of letters when sequentially placed at
(C) 94 (D) 79
the gaps in the given letter series shall complied
3. 11 : 1342 : : 16 : ?
it?
(A) 4016 (B) 4112
19. _ a a _ b a _ b b _ a b _ a a b
(C) 5012 (D) 5463 (A) b a b a b (B) a a a b b
4. ? : EJH : : INL : GLJ (C) b b a a b (D) b b b a a
(A) GLJ (B) HLJ 20. a b _ a a _ a a a _ a _ a b _ a
(C) GLK (D) GMJ (A) a b b a b (B) a b a a a
5. Skirmish : War : : ? : Epidemic (C) a a b b a (D) a b b a a
(A) Medicine (B) Disease 21. If "Sun is called Moon", "Moon" is called
(C) Infection (D) Patient "Earth", "Earth" is called "sky", "sky" is called
6. ACEG : IKMO : : PRTV : ? "star" and "star" is called "sun", where do
(A) QRUW (B) JLMP birds fly?
(C) WXAC (D) XZBD (A) Star (B) Moon
7. 12 : 132 : : 13 : ? (C) Sky (D) Sun
(A) 165 (B) 153 22. If Z = 26 , TANK = 46, then, KITE = ?
(C) 169 (D) 156 (A) 54 (B) 45
8. Never : Seldom : : Always : ? (C) 65 (D) 27
(A) Often (B) Usual 23. If STUDENT is coded as RUTEDOS, which
(C) Occasional (D) Everytime word would be coded as RDGPKBQ ?
Directions : In questions No. 9 to 16, select the (A) SHERBET (B) SHINGLE
one which is different from other three (C) SHACKLE (D) SCHOLAR
alternatives. Directions : In questions No. 24 to 30, series is
9. (A) (9,720) (B) (7,336) given with one term missing. Choose the correct
(C) (11,1320) (D) (15,3390) alternative from the given ones that will
10. (A) 216 (B) 729 complete the series.
(B) 6859 (D) 5830 24. 948 474 ? 118.5 59.25 29.625
(A) 221 (B) 190
11. (A) 988 (B) 1352
(C) 237 (D) 189.06
(C) 1064 (D) 1197
25. 96 94 373 3353 ? 1341069
12. (A) Hindukush (B) Himalaya
(A) 83819 (B) 53483
(C) Kilimanjaro (D) Karakoram (C) 63813 (D) 53643
13. (A) ROAD (B) BOARD 26. 45 43 83 245 975 ?
(C) DOOR (D) SET (A) 4869 (B) 4846
14. (A) JT (B) SK (C) 4896 (D) 4852
(C) DZ (D) AR 27. 16 16 40 140 ?
15. (A) Clove (B) Cardamom (A) 804 (B) 840
(C) Saffron (D) Cashewnut (C) 408 (D) 968
16. (A) 10H 13J (B) 14L 17O 28. IKM, NPR, SUW, ?
(C) 22 T 25W (D) 6D 9G (A) XZB (B) XAZ
17. Pointing to Seema, Hari says "she is the (C) AZX (D) ZAX
mo ther of Mahesh, who is my only 29. UXR, SVP, CFZ, ?
grandson. How is Seema related to Hari? (A) ADX (B) YBW
(A) Daughter-in-law (C) VXT (D) QUN
(B) Father 30. Z, W, S, P, L, I, E, ?
(C) Wife (A) B (B) D
(D) Cannot be determine (C) F (D) K
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31 34 39.

31. (A) Proceleusmatic (B) Procrastinate

40.

NOMENCLATURE
(A) 1 (B) 2 (A) CLEAN (B) MENTAL
(C) 3 (D) 4
32. 41 42

(A) H (B) I
(C)  (D) F
41.
33. I.
II.

I.
II.
III.
(A) 1334 (B) 1328 IV.
(C) 1329 (D) 1339
(A)
34. (B) II, III, IV
(C) I, II, III
(D)
42.
I.
(A) 60 (B) 15 II.

35. "8" I.
"5" "3" II.
583385585458385838538585 (A) I
38583
(B) II
(A) 1 (B) 2
(C) I II
36. (D)
43.
B2 G3
?
(A) 3 4 (B) 4 5
(C) 5 6 (D) 2 3
37. Z A
"B" "B" "C"
"Z", "C" ?
(A) (B)
(C) (D)
38. 12 1980 12 1979

(A) (B) (A) 17 (B) 21
(C) (D) (C) 9 (D) 29
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Directions : In questions No. 31 to 34, select 39. Arrange the given words in sequence in
the missing number from the given responses. which they occur in the dictionary and find
31. the third word from last.
(A) Proceleusmatic (B) Procrastinate
(C) Probouleutic (D) Procerebrum
40. In this question, a word has been given
following by four other words, one of which
can be formed by using the letters of the
(A) 1 (B) 2 given word. Find this word.
(C) 3 (D) 4 NOMENCLATURE
32. (A) CLEAN (B) MENTAL
(C) NATURE (D) RETIRE
Directions: (Question Nos. 41 to 42) One/two
stat eme nt i s g iven followed by s om e
concl usi ons. You hav e to consi der t he
(A) H (B) I statement to be true, even if it seems to be at
(C)  (D) F variance from commonly known facts. You are
to decide which of the given conclusions can
33. definitely be drawn from the given statement
Indicate your answer.
41. Statement :
I. All Bats are Ball
II. All Stumps are Ball
Conclusion :
I. Some Bat are stumps.
(A) 1334 (B) 1328 II. All bats are stumps.
(C) 1329 (D) 1339 III. All bats are balls.
34. IV. All stumps are bats.
(A) All follows
(B) Only II, III and IV follows
(C) Only I, II and III follows
(D) None of these
42. Statement :
(A) 60 (B) 15 I. There are many Indians who are honest.
(C) 4 (D) 2 II. Mohan is an Indian
35. How many such 8's are there in the following Conclusion :
number sequence which are immediately I. Mohan is honest
preceded by 5 but not immediate followed by II. Mohan is not honest
3? (A) Only I is implicit
583385585458385838538585 (B) Only II is implicit
38583 (C) Either I or II are implicit
(A) 1 (B) 2 (D) None of these
(C) 3 (D) 4 43. The diagram represents Players, Celebrity
36. Four girls ( G1, G2, G3, G4) and three Boys and Singers. Study the diagram and find out
(B1, B2, B3) are to sit for a dinner such that how many Singers are also players.
no two boys should sit together nor two girls.
If they are successively sitting, what is the
position of B2 and G3 ?
(A) 3rd and 4th (B) 4th and 5th
th th
(C) 5 and 6 (D) 2nd and 3rd
37. A man Z goes to a party hosted by his brother
"A" who has a daughter "B", "B" is dancing
with her brother "C". What is "Z" to "C"?
(A) Uncle (B) Nephew
(C) Father (D) Brother
38. 12 January 1980, was a Saturday, 12
January 1979 was a–
(A) Saturday (B) Friday (A) 17 (B) 21
(C) Sunday (D) Thursday (C) 9 (D) 29
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44. 48.

(A) (B)

:
(C) (D)

49.

45.
MN :
:

: :

46.
:
50.

I
:
II 5 9

"M"
14, 21 "O"
20, 32
47.
"PIMP"
:

(A) 66, 77, 21, 79 (B) 97, 58, 33, 98


(C) 59, 77, 21, 85 (D) 59, 58, 33, 58
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44. Which answer figure will complete the 48. Which one of the following figures represent
question figure? the relationship among English Teachers,
Question Figure:
Popular English Teachers and Unpopular
Teachers?

(A) (B)
Answer Figures:

(C) (D)

49. A piece of paper is folded and cut as shown


45. Which of the answer figure is exactly the
mirror image of the given figure, when the below. From the reopeners indicates how it
mirror is held on the line MN ? will appear when opened.
Question Figure: Question Figure:

Answer Figures:
Answer Figures:

46. Select the answer figure in which the


questions figure is hidden/embedded.
Question Figure:
50. Directions : A word is represented by only
one set of numbers as given in one of the
alternatives. The sets of numbers given in
the alternatives are represented by two
classes of alphabets as in the 2 matrices
Answer Figures: given below. The columns and rows of Matrix
I are numbered from 0 to 4 and that of Matrix
II from 5 to 9. A letter from these matrices
can be represented first by its row and next
by its column number. E.g., 'M' can be
represented by 14, 21 etc. 'O' can be
47. Among the four answer figures which one represented by 20, 32 etc. Similarly you have
can be formed from the cut out pieces given to identify the set for the word 'PIMP' from
below? the following options ?
Question Figure:

Answer Figures:

(A) 66, 77, 21, 79 (B) 97, 58, 33, 98


(C) 59, 77, 21, 85 (D) 59, 58, 33, 58
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1 1 59. ` 256
51.   3, cos3  + sec 3 
sec cos  1
` 288
9
(A) –1 (B) 0
(C) 1 (D) 1/ 2 (A) 0% (B) 1%

1 1 60. 15% 25%


52.   1,
sec A sec2 A
(A) 47.18% (B) 50%
(A) 1 (B) –1
(C) 0 (D) 3 61. 18
50% 30%
5
53. 84
14 (A) 6 (B) 8
1 40 48 (C) 10 (D) 12
62. 40%
(A) 141 (B) 135
(C) 140 (D) 152
54. P Q 14 16 (A) 26.27% (B) 28.57%
P (C) 26.57% (D) 28.27%
63. 6
4, 5
5, 6
6, 3
2
(A) 6
6 (B) 6
4
7 7
(A) 14 (B) 7 (C) 5
5 (D) 3
2
15 15
64. 60%
7 7
(C) 14 (D) 7 ` 38
8 8
55. 300 55
(A) ` 30 (B) ` 45
31 100
` ` 60
65. 12.4 36
6 0.4
(A) 42 (B) 51
(C) 36 (D) 34 (A) 98 (B) 89
56. ` 12240 A, B C
2 1 66. 11 3
A, B B, C
3 8
17 20
C –
(A) ` 10110 (B) ` 10130
(A) 17 1 15
` 10120 (D) ` 10115
(B) 17 3
57. 8x2 – 6y2 : 4x2 + 10y2 = 24 : 38 x:y
(C) 16 11 3

(A) 3 : 5 (B) 2 : 3 (D) 15 9
(C) 3 : 2 (D) 3 : 1 sin 39º
67.  2tan11º tan31º tan45º .tan59º .tan79º
58. 45 40 cos 51º
- 3 (sin2 21º+ sin269º)
(A) 13% (B) 11.5% (A) 2 (B) 1
(C) 12.5% (D) 12% (C) –1 (D) 0
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Part - II (Quantitative Aptitude)

1 1 59. By Selling an article for ` 256 a man loses


51. If   3 , then the value of
sec cos  1
cos3  + sec3  is:– of his cost price. By selling it for ` 288,
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(A) –1 (B) 0 his gain or loss percent it.
(C) 1 (D) 1/ 2 (A) 0% (B) 1%
(C) 7% (D) 1.5%
1 1 60. A discount series of 15% & 25% on an
52. If   1 , then find the value of
sec A sec 2 A invoice is the same as a single discount of–
(A) 47.18% (B) 50%
=? (C) 36.25% (D) 39.18%
61. The quantity of water that should be added
(A) 1 (B) –1
to reduce 18 ml lotion containing 50% alcohol
(C) 0 (D) 3 to the lotion containing 30% alcohol is–
(A) 6 ml (B) 8 ml
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53. A bus travelling with of its usual speed (C) 10 ml (D) 12 ml
14 62. The length of a rectangle is increased by
covers 84 km in 1hr 40 min 48 second. 40%. By what percent the width of the
What is the usual speed of the bus? rectangle have to be decreased to maintain
(A) 141 km/hr (B) 135 km/hr the same area?
(C) 140 km/hr (D) 152 km/hr (A) 26.27% (B) 28.57%
54. P and Q can complete a piece of work in (C) 26.57% (D) 28.27%
14 days and 16 days respectively. P begins
to do the work and they work alternately 63. Which is the greatest in 6
4, 5
5, 6
6, 3
2
one at a time for one day each. The whole is–
work will be completed in– (A) 6 (B) 6
6 4
7 7
(A) 14 days (B) 7 days (C) 5 5 (D) 2 3
15 15
64. By selling a watch at a profit of 60% a man
7 7 got ` 38 more than one third of its cost price.
(C) 14 days (D) 7 days
8 8 What is the cost price of watch?
55. In a barrack of soldiers there was stock for (A) ` 30 (B) ` 45
55 days for 300 soldiers. After 31 days
(C) ` 40 (D) ` 60
100 soldiers left the barrack. For how many 65. A man whose bowling average is 12.4 takes
days shall the leftover food last for the 6 wickets for 36 runs and there by decrease
remaining soldiers?
his average by 0.4. The number of wickets
(A) 42 days (B) 51 days
taken by him before his last match is –
(C) 36 days (D) 34 days
(A) 98 (B) 89
56. ` 12240 is divided among A, B & C such that (C) 72 (D) 90
2 1 66. The average age of 11 players of a cricket
A gets of what B gets and B gets of what team is decreased by 3 months when two of
3 8
C gets. The share of C is – them aged 17 years and 20 years are
replaced by two new players. The average
(A) ` 10110 (B) ` 10130 age of the new players is–
(C) ` 10120 (D) ` 10115 (A) 17 years 1 month 15 days
(B) 17 years 3 months
57. If 8x2 – 6y2 : 4x2 + 10y2 = 24 : 38 then the (C) 16 years 11 months 3 days
value of x : y is– (D) 15 years 9 months
(A) 3 : 5 (B) 2 : 3
(C) 3 : 2 (D) 3 : 1 sin 39º
67. The value of  2tan11º tan31º
58. The cost price of 45 articles is same as the cos 51º
selling price of 40 articles. The profit tan45º .tan59º .tan79º – 3 (sin2 21º + sin269º)
percent is– is –
(A) 13% (B) 11.5% (A) 2 (B) 1
(C) 12.5% (D) 12% (C) –1 (D) 0
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68. 44 77. 6:8
(A) 9 (B) 11 200
(C) 10 (D) 12
7:8
69. AD ||BC, ABC –

(A) 1600 (B) 1664


(C) 2000 (D) 1728
78. ` 20,000
` 2000

(A) 70º (B) 45º (A) 9 : 11 (B) 11 : 10


(C) 60º (D) 75º (C) 10 : 11 (D) 9 : 10
70. 80 79. 6 10 4
60º 8
(A) 100 3 2
(B) 200 3 2 (A) 17 (B) 12
(C) 14 (D) 16
2 2
(C) 50 3 (D) 150 3
3
71. PQR , S T PQ PR 80. ` 1000
4
ST U
SU: UT = 2 : 5 SU = 8 QR
(A) ` 4000 (B) ` 3500
(A) 48 (B) 56 (C) ` 3000 (D) ` 3800
(C) 52 (D) 60 81. 34º
72.
60 (A) 61º (B) 63º
1 (C) 62º (D) 65º
2 82. 84 × 42 6

(A) 99 (B) 120 (A) 98 (B) 12


(C) 24 (D) 6
(C) 90 (D) 140
83. 5.6
73. 132
(A) 1423 2
(B) 1223 2 1.5 10
2 2
(C) 1286 (D) 1386
2 2
74. 70º (A) 268 (B) 263
2 2
(C) 266 (D) 264
(A) 24º (B) 25º 84. 12% 8
(C) 27º (D) 20º
` 260
75. 60 12
30 (A) ` 3250 (B) ` 2800
90 8 (C) ` 3510 (D) ` 2825
85.
(A) 20 (B) 27 25 : 26
(C) 30 (D) 31 (A) 5 % (B) 5.5 %
4 (C) 4 % (D) 6.1 %
76. 12 15 86. 20%,
5
25 50%

(A) 10 (B) 12 (A) 5 : 2 (B) 5 : 3


(C) 9 (D) 11 (C) 5 : 1 (D) 3 : 5
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68. A polygon has 44 diagonals. The number of 77. The ratio between boys and girls in a school
sides of the polygon is– is 6 : 8 respectively. If the number of boys is
(A) 9 (B) 11 increased by 200 the ratio becomes 7 : 8
(C) 10 (D) 12 respectively. How many girls are there in
69. In the given figure if AD ||BC then find out the school?
the value of ABC – (A) 1600 (B) 1664
(C) 2000 (D) 1728
78. The monthly salary of Ram is ` 20,000.
Which is ` 2000 less than the salary of
Pawan. What is ratio between the salary of
Ram and Pawan respectively?
(A) 9 : 11 (B) 11 : 10
(C) 10 : 11 (D) 9 : 10
(A) 70º (B) 45º 79. The average of 6 quantities is 10 and the
(C) 60º (D) 75º average of 4 of them is 8. What is the
70. The perimeter of a rhombus is 80 cm and average of the remaining?
the measure of one of its angle is 60º, then (A) 17 (B) 12
its area will be– (C) 14 (D) 16
(A) 100 3 cm2 (B) 200 3 cm2 3
80. If, after the payment of of a loan ` 1000
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(C) 50 3 cm2 (D) 150 3 cm2
still remain to pay. What is whole amount
71. In a PQR, S and T are mid–points of the of the loan?
sides PQ and PR respectively. U is a point
(A) ` 4000 (B) ` 3500
on ST such that SU: UT = 2 : 5. If SU = 8,
then the length of QR is– (C) ` 3000 (D) ` 3800
(A) 48 cm (B) 56 cm 81. An angle is 34º more then its complement.
(C) 52 cm (D) 60 cm The measure of the angle is–
(A) 61º (B) 63º
1 (C) 62º (D) 65º
72. If part of a tank is filled with water, it
3 82. The maximum number of squares of side 6 cm
contains 60l water. How much water is can be made from a rectangle of 84 cm × 42 cm
required for filling the half of the tank? dimensions is–
(A) 99 l (B) 120 l (A) 98 (B) 12
(C) 90 l (D) 140 l (C) 24 (D) 6
73. What will be the area of a circle whose 83. The diameter of a garden roller is 5.6 m and
perimeter is 132 cm? it is 1.5 m long. The area it will cover in
(A) 1423 cm2 (B) 1223 cm2 10 revolution is–
(C) 1286 cm 2
(D) 1386 cm2 (A) 268 m2 (B) 263 m2
2
74. One angle of a right angle triangle is 70º. (C) 266 m (D) 264 m2
Which one of the following its angles is– 84. The true discount on a sum due for 8 months
(A) 24º (B) 25º at 12% per annum is ` 260. The sum due
(C) 27º (D) 20º is–
75. If 60 men can complete a work in 30 days (A) ` 3250 (B) ` 2800
working 12 hrs a day. In how many days will (C) ` 3510 (D) ` 2825
90 men complete the work, working 8 hr a 85. The ratio of cost price and selling price of
day? an article is 25 : 26. What is the profit percent
(A) 20 days (B) 27 days on it?
(C) 30 days (D) 31 days (A) 5% (B) 5.5%
4 (C) 4% (D) 6.1%
76. If part of a work is done by 12 men in 15 days, 86. When 20% of a number is added to another
5
number, the another number increases by
how many men will be require to complete 50%. What is the ratio between the first and
the whole work in 25 days? the second number?
(A) 10 men (B) 12 men (A) 5 : 2 (B) 5 : 3
(C) 9 men (D) 11 men (C) 5 : 1 (D) 3 : 5
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87. A 14 B, A 40 94. 10472 3

% B A –
2 2
(A) 2757.008 (B) 2775.008
6 3 2 2
(A) (B) 5 (C) 2575.008 (D) 2600.008
35 6
95. ABCD,
35 3
(C) (D) 6 A, B C
6 5
2
88. 6 14 B 8 3
14 12
28 9
(A) 6 (B) 8
8 ,2 5
(C) 2 (D) 4
8
(A) (B) 27 (96 –100):
63
63 33
(C) (D)
8 7
89. A B, x y y x
y x = ` 40,000
5 30 2 45
A 36 B

(A) 48.8 (B) 50.9
(C) 51 (D) 49.3
 14 
90.  
 11 
4

(A) 16.5 (B) 18.66 96.


(C) 17.8 (D) 19.4
(A) ` 14000 (B) ` 16400
cos2 A 1  sin A cos A
(C) ` 16000 (D) ` 12400
91. 1 + 
1  sin A cos A 1  sin A
97. ` 2650
(A) 0 (B) 1
(A) ` 200 (B) ` 325
92. 120
100 (C) ` 250 (D) ` 350
– 98. ` 9678
(A) 40 (B) 30

93. a, b, c (A) ` 1512 (B) ` 1544


(C) ` 1522 (D) ` 1536
99.

(A) ` 3600 (B) ` 2800


(C) ` 3200 (D) ` 3440
100. ` 2400

(A) 90º , 90º , 46º (B) 90º , 46º , 44º (A) 11 % (B) 13 %
(C) 90º , 46º , 90º (D) 46º , 90º , 90º (C) 12 % (D) 14 %

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87. A can do a certain work in 14 days. B is 40 % 94. The volume of a solid hemispherical object
more efficient than A. How many days will is 10472 cm3. Its total surface area is –
B and A together take to do the same job? (A) 2757.008 cm2 (B) 2775.008 cm2
6 3 (C) 2575.008 cm2 (D) 2600.008 cm2
(A) days (B) 5 days
35 6 95. ABCD is a rhombus whose three vertices A,
35 3 D and C lie on a circle while the 4th vertex
(C) days (D) 6 days B lies on its centre. If the area of rhombus
6 5
88. 6 men can complete a piece of work in is 8 3 cm2. Find the radius of the circle.
14 days. 14 women can complete it in (A) 6 cm (B) 8 cm
12 days while 28 children can complete the
same piece of work in 9 days. In how many (C) 2 cm (D) 4 cm
days can 8 men, 2 women and 5 children Direction (96 – 100): Study the pie-chart given
complete the same piece of work? below and answer the questions that follow.
8 Budget Estimated by a family for their
(A) days (B) 27 days Monthly expenses.
63
63 33 Total salary = ` 40,000 per month
(C) days (D) days
8 7
89. Two trains, A and B, start from stations
x and y and move towards stations y and x
respectively. After passing each other, they
take 5 hrs 30 min and 2 hrs 45 min to reach
y and x respectively. If the train A is
moving at a speed of 36 km/hr, then the
speed of the train B is –
(A) 48.8 km/hr (B) 50.9 km/hr
(C) 51 km/hr (D) 49.3 km/hr
th
 14 
90. On walking at   of his usual speed, a 96. What is the budget estimated by the family
 11 
boy reaches 4 minutes earlier to his school. on clothing and grocery together?
Find the usual time taken by him to reach (A) ` 14000 (B) ` 16400
the school.
(A) 16.5 min (B) 18.66 min (C) ` 16000 (D) ` 12400
(C) 17.8 min (D) 19.4 min 97. Due to a sudden marriage, the family
91. Find the value of incurs miscellaneous expenditure of ` 2650
2
cos A 1  sin A cos A in total. How much is the increase in the
1 +  .
1  sin A cos A 1  sin A amount under this head from the estimated
(A) 0 (B) 1 budget.
(C) sin A (D) cos A (A) ` 200 (B) ` 325
92. The perimeter of a rectangle and a square
are 120 m each. The area of the rectangle (C) ` 250 (D) ` 350
is less than that of the area of square by 98. If the family actually paid ` 9678 on grocery.
100 square mtr. The length of the rectangle is – What is the difference between the actual
(A) 40 (B) 30 expense & the estimated budget?
(C) 20 (D) 60
93. In the given figure, find the value of a, b, c. (A) ` 1512 (B) ` 1544
(C) ` 1522 (D) ` 1536
99. What is the difference in the amount
estimated by the family on electricity and
cell bill?
(A) ` 3600 (B) ` 2800
(C) ` 3200 (D) ` 3440
100. The family saved ` 2400 on their electricity bill.
What is the new percentage of electricity
bill amount of the total salary?
(A) 90º , 90º , 46º (B) 90º , 46º , 44º (A) 11 % (B) 13 %
(C) 90º , 46º , 90º (D) 46º , 90º , 90º (C) 12 % (D) 14 %
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III ( )
101. 111.

(A)
(A) (B)
(B)
(C) (D)
(C)
102. (D)
(A) 1948 (B) 1954 112. —
(C) 1963 (D) 1971 (A) (B)
103. (C) (D)
(A) (B) 113. —
(C) (D) (A) (B)
104. (C) (D)
114.
(A)
(A)
(B)
(B) I (C)
(C) (D)
(D) 115. —
105. (A)

(B)
(A)
(C)
(B)
(C) (D)
(D) 116. —
106. (A) (B)
— (C) (D)
117.
(A) (B)
2003 —
(C) (D)
(A)
107. (B)
(A) , 1992 (B) , 1995 (C)
(C) , 1996 (D) , 1998 (D)
108. 118.
(A) (A)
(B)
(B)
(C)
(C)
(D)
(D) 119. —
109. (A) (B)
(C) (D)
(A) (B) 120
(C) (D)
(A)
110. —
(B)
(A) Fe (B) N i
(C)
(C) Mo (D) Pt
(D)
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Part - III (General Awareness)


101. Which of the following metals is not affected 111. Which of the following is mixed to make
by air and water under ordinary conditions? steel hard ?
(A) Iron (B) Platinum (A) Quantity of carbon
(B) Quantity of Manganese
(C) Sodium (D) None of these
(C) Quantity of Silicon
102. The department of atomic energy in India
(D) Quantity of Chromium
was established in — 112. "Lacrimal Gland" secrets —
(A) 1948 (B) 1954 (A) Sebum (B) Mucous
(C) 1963 (D) 1971 (C) Tears (D) Sweat
103. Which of the following river never meets 113. Teeths are mainly composed of —
with Yamuna ? (A) Enamel (B) Dentine
(A) Ken (B) Betwa (C) Bone marrow (D) Odontoblast
(C) Son (D) Chambal 114. Who decides the "Profit post" ?
(A) President and Governor
104. Maratha mandal or Maratha confederacy
(B) Cabinet Union
was established in the reign of which
(C) Supreme court
"Peshwa" ? (D) UPSC
(A) Balaji Vishwanath 115. Objective of National Development Council
(B) Bajirao I is —
(C) Balaji Bajirao (A) Determining and ensuring the Five
(D) None of these Year Plan
105. When was Jain relig ion divided in (B) To audit the budget
"Shwetambar" and "Digambar" community ? (C) To suggest the govt. about development
of new project and policies
(A) At the time of Chandra Gupta Maurya
(D) None of these
(B) At the time of Ashoka
116. Companies pay "Corporate Taxes" on
(C) At the time of Kanishka their —
(D) None of these (A) Investment (B) Production
106. "Tihari hydroelectric complex" was situated (C) Sales proceeds (D) Income
on the bank of which of the following river — 117. F iscal Respo nsibilit y and Budget
(A) Alaknanda (B) Bhagirathi Management Act (FRBMA) 2003 is related
(C) Dhauliganga (D) Mandakinee with —
107. When was "Disinvestment Committee" (A) Fiscal deficit only
(B) Revenue deficit only
established is India ?
(C) Both fiscal and revenue deficit
(A) August, 1992 (B) August, 1995
(D) Neither fiscal nor revenue deficit
(C) August, 1996 (D) March, 1998 118. Where was "Bhoodan movement" started for
108. "Palghat Pass" connects which of the the first time ?
following two states ? (A) In Uttar pradesh state
(A) Kerala-Tamil Nadu (B) In Madhya pradesh state
(B) Karnataka-Tamil Nadu (C) In Andhra pradesh state
(C) Andhra Pradesh-Tamil Nadu (D) In Himachal pradesh state
(D) Karnataka-Kerala 119. "Soorya Shekhar Ganguly" is a player of —
(A) Chess (B) Cricket
109. Which of the following enzyme found in
(C) Golf (D) Hockey
Human's tear, by which Bacteria dies ?
120 "Hasen clever process" is the commercial
(A) Amylase (B) Uriaze process of which agent ?
(C) Lysozyme (D) Ptylin (A) Caustic soda
110. Catalyst used in the hydrogenation of oil — (B) Nitric acid
(A) Fe (B) Ni (C) Sulphuric acid
(C) Mo (D) Pt (D) Bleaching powder
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121. — 131.
(A) C (B) B2 (A)
(C) B6 (D) B12 (B)
122. (C)
(D)
(A) 132.
(B)
(C) (A) (B)
(D) (C) (D)
123. — 133.
(A) —
(B) (A) 1936 (B) 1937
(C) 1938 (D) 1939
(C)
134. —
(D)
(A) (B)
124.
(C) (D)

135.
(A) (B)

(C) (D)
(A)
125.
(B)
(C)
(A)
(D)
(B)
136. —
(C)
(A)
(D) (B)
126. (C)
(D)
(A) 256 (B) 151 137. —
(C) 124 (D) 111 (A)
127. (B)
(A) (C)
(B) (D)
(C) 50 : 50 138. —
(A)
(D) (B)
128. + — (C)
(A) (D)
(B) 139.
(C)
(D) (A)
129. (B)
(A) (C)
(B) (D)
(C) 140. _______ —
(D) (A)
130. — (B)
(A) 1935 (B) 1945 (C)
(C) 1955 (D) 1965 (D)
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121. "Cyanocobalamine" is — 131. What is "Pyroclastics" ?
(A) Vitamin C (B) Vitamin B 2 (A) Heated pieces of rocks and lava
(C) Vitamin B 6 (D) Vitamin B 12 (B) Lava level
122. The name, "Chandra X-ray telescope", was (C) Poisonless gases
given in the honour of which scientist ? (D) Stem explosive
(A) C. Venkatraman 132. W hich one o f the following o rga n
(B) J.C. Bose iconoclasm fat and produced cholesterol ?
(C) P.C. Rai (A) Intestine (B) Liver
(D) S. Chandrashekhar (C) Lung (D) Renal
123. Dew is not formed in the night of strong 133. When was "All India Kisan Association"
wind, because — constituted —
(A) Rate of vaporisation is fast (A) 1936 (B) 1937
(B) Humidity is less (C) 1938 (D) 1939
(C) The temperature is high 134. The plastic used in the manufacture of non-
(D) Sky is not clear stick utensils —
124. In which Five Year Plan, "Heavy Industry" (A) Bakelite (B) Halite
was given priority — (C) Veetel (D) Teflon
(A) Second (B) First
135. If the radius of the blood vessels of a person
(C) Seventh (D) Fourth
decreases, then the blood pressure will —
125. Every decision in the constituent assembly
(A) Increases
was taken on which of the following basis ?
(B) Decreases
(A) Unity and Integrity
(C) Remains Constant
(B) Voting
(D) Increases in male and decreases in
(C) Unanimous consent
females
(D) Agreement and appropriation
136. "Social Security and Social Insurance" is
126. In which of the following article of the
the subject of —
constitut ion, t he procedure of
(A) Concurrent list
"Impeachment" of "Chief Justice of India"
is mentioned — (B) Residuary list
(A) Article 256 (B) Article 151 (C) State list
(C) Article 124 (D) Article 111 (D) Union list
127. The salary and allowances of Governor are 137. The "Indian Independence League" was set
charged to which fund ? up by —
(A) Consolidated fund of India (A) Jay Prakash Narayan
(B) Consolidated fund of state (B) Aruna Asaf Ali
(C) In the ratio of 50 : 50 from the consolidated (C) S.M. Joshi
fund of state and centre (D) Ras Behari Bose
(D) From the contingency fund of state 138. "Aluminium sulphate" is used in —
128. Net national product - Indirect Tax + (A) Sewage Treatment
Subsidy equals to — (B) Purification of water
(A) National income at factor cost (C) Paper industry
(B) National income at wage cost (D) All of these
(C) National income at marginal cost 139. Which of the following is used in "Mosquito
(D) None of these Coil" ?
129. Who is known as "Socrates of Maharashtra" ? (A) Ephidrine
(A) Bal Gangadhar Tilak (B) Pyrethrine
(B) Feroze Shah Mehta (C) Zinc sulphide
(C) Bipin Chandra Pal (D) Rotinon
(D) Mahadeo Govind Ranade 140. "Sagar Mala project" is related with —
130. When was "Untouchability Offence Act" (A) Ocean Exploration
passed — (B) Sea route development
(A) 1935 (B) 1945 (C) Modernization of ports
(C) 1955 (D) 1965 (D) Mangrove development
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141. 146.
— (A)
(A) (B)
(B) (C)
(D)
(C)
147. ______
(D)
(A)
142. —
(B) CPU
(A)
(C)
(B)
(D)
(C) 148.
(D) (A)
143. — (B)
(A) (C)
(B) (D)
(C) 149.
(D) (A)

144. IST (B)


(C)
(A) (B)
(D)
(C) (D)
150.
145.
(A) (B)
(A) (B)
(C) (D)
(C) (D)

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141. A body weighs less at the equator than at 146. Who was appointed as the new Chief
the poles because — Election Commissioner ?
(A) V.S. Sampath
(A) Earth rotates about its axis
(B) Ajit Seth
(B) The ice-cap at the pole increases
(C) Harishankar Brahma
gravitational pull (D) Nasim Zaidi
(C) Equatorial diameter is greater than 147. Hardware that adds two number is —
polar diameter (A) the control unit
(D) Of some unknown fact (B) an internal CPU register
142. Diffraction of light is not easy to detect (C) Arithmetic logic unit
(D) Browser
because —
148. Who is the author of "Forbidden Verses" ?
(A) It has a very high wavelength (A) Salman Rushdie
(B) It has a very low wavelength (B) Abu Nuwas
(C) It has no wavelength (C) Tasleema nasreen
(D) None of these (D) D.H. Lawrence
143. X-rays produced when electrons are — 149. Which of the following statement is false
about charged expenditure ?
(A) Suddenly stopped
(A) Expenditure which requires voting in
(B) Sent through a wire the parliament
(C) Neutralised (B) Expenditure which doesnot requires
(D) None of these voting in the parliament
144. Which of the following cities is nearest to (C) Expenditure which is incurred on
the IST ? productive activities
(D) Expenditure which is incurred on social
(A) Hyderabad (B) Bengaluru
welfare schemes.
(C) Lucknow (D) Reewa 150. W hich o f the follo wing w as t he o nly
145. Who discovered "Hard water" ? Mahajanpada located in south India ?
(A) H. Hertz (B) H.C. Ure (A) Surasena (B) Ashmak
(C) G. Mendel (D) Joseph Pristtey (C) Chedi (D) Matsya

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Part - IV (English Language)


Direction : In Question nos. 151 to 155, some 162. There is no alternate, so we must leave
part of the sentences have errors and some are now.
correct. Find out which part of a sentence
(A) altering (B) alternative
h a s an error and blacken the oval [ ]
corresponding to the appropriate letter (A), (B), (C) alternation (D) No improvement
(C). If a sentence is free from error, blacken the 163. Hearing the news of the accident, he broke.
oval corresponding to (D) in the Answer Sheet. (A) broke down (B) broke up
151. The Judge heard the arguments (A)/ of the (C) broke out (D) No improvement
lawyers and found (B)/ that the boy was
innocent. (C)/ No error (D) 164. The matter called up an explanation of his
152. Food as well as water (A)/ is necessary (B)/ conduct.
for life. (C)/ No error (D) (A) out (B) i n
153. You may please (A)/ apply for an advance of (C) for (D) No improvement
salary (B)/ to cover costs of transport. (C)/
165. The accused refused having murdered
No error (D)
154. Such books (A)/ which you read (B)/ are not anybody.
worth reading. (C)/ No error (D) (A) disagreed (B) denied
155. Employees are expected to (A)/ adhere the (C) declaimed (D) No improvement
rules (B)/ laid down by the management. 166. Any English are known for their practical
(C)/ No error (D)
Directions : In Question nos. 156 to 160, sentences instincts.
given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate (A) Some (B) Many
word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each (C) Th e (D) No improvement
question. Choose the correct alternative out of the 167. Economics today were not what it was a
four and indicate it by blackening the appropriate
century ago.
oval [ ] in the Answer Sheet.
156. The Ford Theatre where Lincoln was shot (A) are (B) was
must ______ (C) is (D) No improvement
(A) restored (B) restore Directions : In Question nos. 168 to 170 out of
(C) be restoring (D) have been restored the four alternatives, choose the one which best
157. John must have the ______ to stick to his
expresses the meaning of the given word and
diet, if he wants to lose weight.
(A) obstinacy (B) determination mark it in the Answer Sheet.
(C) decision (D) obligation 168. DEPLORE
158. The company let me ______ time off work. (A) lose heart (B) entreat
(A) take (B) taking (C) regret (D) malign
(C) to take (D) took
159. We have practicals on ______ days. 169. MOTIVATION
(A) intervening (B) alternate (A) inducement (B) emotion
(C) alternative (D) alternating (C) ambition (D) incitement
160. I always fall ______ old friends in times of 170. DEFIANCE
need.
(A) insult (B) denial
(A) over (B) through
(C) back on (D) off (C) degradation (D) resistance
Direction: In Question nos. 161 to 167, a Directions : In question nos. 171 to 172, choose
sentence/ a part of the sentence is underlined. the word opposite in meaning to the given word
Below are given alternatives to the underlined and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
part at (A), (B), (C) which may improve the
171. GRAVITATE
sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In
case no improvement is needed your answer is (A) meditate (B) become serious
(D). Mark your answer in the Answer Sheet. (C) deteriorate (D) retreat
161. I expect every player here to be conversant 172. COUNTERFEIT
at the rules of game. (A) destructive (B) genuine
(A) on (B) about
(C) with (D) No improvement (C) affirm (D) harmonize
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Directions : In question nos. 173 to 175, four 182. He is a strange fellow. It is very difficult to
words are given in each question, out of which only deal with him; it seems that he has a bee
one word is correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt
in his bonnet
word and mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.
(A) an obsession about something
173. (A) accessibility (B) acsessibility
(B) peculiar habit of confusing others
(C) accessebility (D) accessibility
174. (A) Asiduous (B) Nefarious (C) unreliable and inconsistent way of
(C) Macaber (D) Loqacious behaving
175. (A) Cummulative (B) Comemmorative (D) to face problems as a result of his
(C) Accummulative(D) Accommodative senseless actions
Directions : In Question nos. 176 to 180, out of 183. The dacoits took to their heels when the/
the four alternatives, choose the one which can police party arrived.
be substituted for the given words/sentences (A) took shelter in a thick jungle
and indicate it by blackening the appropriate
(B) opened indiscriminate fire
oval [ ] in the Answer Sheet.
(C) took to flight
176. Moralists are usually persons who abstain
from alcoholic drinks. (D) renewed their resolve to fight
(A) teetotallers (B) ascetics 184. I met him after a long time, but he gave
(C) pedants (D) celibates me the cold shoulder.
177. The chairman is quick to find fault and is (A) scolded me (B) insulted me
hard to please. (C) abused me (D) ignored me
(A) frivolous (B) facetious 185. The dacoit murdered the man in cold blood.
(C) fastidious (D) ferocious
(A) coldly (B) boldly
178. Scriptural injunctions should not be opposed
(C) ruthlessly (D) deliberately
or treated with contempt.
Direction : In Question nos. 186 to 190, in the
(A) flouted (B) flounced
(C) floundered (D) flaunted following passages some of the words have been
179. A fortress on a commanding height for left out. Read the passages carefully and
defense of a city is called choose the correct answer to each question out
(A) citadel (B) metropolis of the four alternative and fill in the blanks.
(C) megapolis (D) headquarters CLOZE TEST
180. Nostalgia is Four cases of burglary have been ...(186)...
(A) anxiety about future
with the arrest of one ...(187)... criminal. The
(B) feeling of insecurity
police have ...(188)... gold and silver jewellery
(C) longing for a period in the past
from him. The police increased their public
(D) an allergy to certain foods
Direction : In Question nos. 181 to 185, four contacts with the residents of the area after
alternative are given for the Idiom/Phrase allowing a spate of burglaries. They held corner
underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative meetings to ...(189)... the residents on steps to
which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/ ...(190)... prevention.
Phrase and mark it in the Answer Sheet. 186. (A) connected (B) adjusted
181. The soldiers had been shut up for a long (C) solved (D) deferred
time, they painted the town red when they
187. (A) notorious (B) more
were let out.
(C) thief (D) imprisoned
(A) ran about wildly trying to kill people
188. (A) withdrawn (B) amassed
(B) decided to shun fighting and shedding
blood (C) sold (D) recovered
(C) caused disturbance in the town by noisy 189. (A) harass (B) arrest
merry-making (C) probe (D) educate
(D) were aske d to be ready fo r any 190. (A) loss (B) crime
emer-gency (C) its (D) burglar
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Direction : In Question nos. 191 to 200, you have PASSAGE - II
brief passages with 5 questions. Read the The overwhelming vote given by the greater
passage carefully and choose the best answer
to each question out of the four alternatives and part of the public has so far been in favour of films
mark it by blackening the appropriate oval [ ] which pass the time easily and satisfy that part
in the Answer Sheet. of our imagination which depends on the more
PASSAGE - I obvious kind of daydreams. We make up for what
The tigress was a mile away and the ground
between her and us was densely wooded, we secretly regard as our deficiencies by watching
scattered over with great rocks and cut up by a the stimulating adventures of the other people
number of deep ravines, but she could cover the who are stronger, more effective, or more
distance well within the half-hour — if she wanted beautiful than we are. The conventional stars
to. The question I had to decide was, whether or
act out our daydreams for us in a constant
not I should try to call her. If I called and she
heard me, and came while it was still daylight succession of exciting situations set in the open
and gave me a chance to shoot her, all would be spaces, in the jungles or in the underworld of
well; on the other hand, if she came and did not great cities which abounds in crime and violence.
give me a shot, some of us would not reach camp,
We would not dare to be in such situations but
for we had nearly two miles to go and the path
the whole way ran through heavy jungle. the situations are very exciting to watch since
191. According to the author our youth is being spent in day-to-day routine of
(A) the tigress wanted to cover the distance school, office or home.
within the half-hour
196. According to the passage, most of us prefer
(B) the tigress did not wish to cover the
distance within the half-hour films which
(C) the tigress act ual ly covered the (A) overwhelm our imagination
distance within the half-hour (B) depict our times
(D) there was a possibility of the tigress (C) fulfil our secret wishes
covering the distance within the half-
hour (D) appeal to our reason
192. The author says, “Some of us would not 197. By watching thrilling adventures in films
reach camp”, because we make up for
(A) it was two miles away (A) the effectiveness of our desires
(B) the tigress would kill some of them
(C) the path is not suitable for walking (B) the shortcomings in our life
(D) the ground was scattered over with (C) the stimulation of our everyday life
great rocks (D) the influence which we don’t have
193. The author found it difficult to decide the 198. Film stars present situations
question because
(A) which are familiar to us, the city dwellers
(A) he was afraid
(B) the tigress was only a mile away (B) which we have seen only in jungles
(C) the ground between them was densely (C) which we meet everyday at work
wooded (D) which excite us
(D) there was uncert ainty about the
199. Whether we admit it to ourselves or not,
reaction of the tigress to his call
194. The time available to the author for shooting we are aware that
the tigress was (A) we are weak and plain
(A) the whole day (B) one night (B) we are both powerful and handsome
(C) a few hours (D) thirty minutes
(C) we are as strong as film heroes
195. When the author says ‘all would be well’,
he means (D) we are more beautiful than film stars
(A) that they wo uld be abl e t o hide 200. The daily life of students, office-goers and
themselves in the heavy jungle housewives is
(B) that the tigress would run away to the
(A) full of new adventures
deep ravines
(C) that they would be able to shoot her (B) the same dull repetition
down without difficulty (C) stimulating to their imagination
(D) that they would be able to return in (D) very exciting to them
daylight
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