Posted by: SATYASRINIVAS | May 26, 2007

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15 years back my neighbour Mrs. Sareen had 3 daughters Sudha, Seema, Reema- and their combined ages were half of hers. During d next 5 years Sonny was born & Mrs. Sareen’s age equalled the total of al her children’s ages.

After some years Kishu was born and then Sudha was as old as Reema and Sonny together. And now, the combined age of all children is double Mrs.Sareen’s age , which is as a matter of fact, only equal to that of Sudha and seema together. Sudha’s age is also equal to that of the two sons.

What is the age of each of them?

1)next door to me lives a man with his son.they both work in the same
factory.i watch them going to work thro my window.the father leaves
for work 10min earlier then his day i asked him about it and
he told me he takes 30 min to walk to his factory ,whereas his son is
able to cover the distance in only 20 min.
i wondered if the father were to leave the house 5 min earlier than
his son,how soon the son would catch up with the father.
how can u find the ans?

2)when i walked into that shop in new market i had altogether Rs 140
in purse.when i walked out i didnt have a single paise instead i had
a sari,a pair of shoes and a handbag.
the sari cost Rs 90 more then the handbag and the sari and the
handbag cost together Rs 120 more than the pair of much did
i pay for each item?

3)it was a skiing resort in switzerland.i met a skiing enthusiast by
the skiing slope. he had a packed lunch with him.he asked me to to
join him for lunch back in the spot where v were standing at 1
pm.,after he had done a bit of skiing.i told him no,as i had an
appointment to keep at 1pm.but if v could meet at 12 noon,i told him
that perhaps i could manage.
then he did some loud thinking,”i have calculated that if i could
skii at 10km/h i could arrive back at this spot by 1pm.. that would b
too late for u.but if i skii at the rate 15km/h then i could reach
back here at 11 am.and that would b too at what rate must i
skii to get back here at 12 noon?……let me c”
he got the rite figure and he got back exactly at 12 noon.we had an
excellent lunch
what do u think the figure was?

set 3

Q1 to Q6 are based on following information :

There was a cricket tournament where 8 countries participated.
They were divided into 2 groups of 4 countries each. Each
country in the group was to play one match each with the rest of
the countries in the group. Two teams from each group who win
maximum matches would go to semi-finals. If two countries win
same number of matches at group level then the winner in the
match among the two countries would be awarded 1 point extra.
The winner of Group A plays the semi-final with the runner up of
Group B and the winner of Group B plays the semi-final with the
runner up of Group A. The winner of the semi-finals play the
finals. The semi-finals and the finals are on knock out basis and
the points of the group level matches are not carried forward to
semi-finals. Group A has India, Pakistan, New Zealand and
South Africa. Group B has Sri Lanka, England, Australia and
West Indies.
Every team won at least one match . There was no tie in any
In group B Australia and England won two matches each in the
group level. In the match between Australia and England,
Australia won the match.
India lost only one match in the tournament and it was against
South Africa. New Zealand played a total of 5 matches in the
tournament. New Zealand won 2 of its group matches.

Q1. Who won the tournament ?
Q2. Who played with India in the Semi-finals ?
Q3. Which two countries played the semi-finals in which India
was not participating.
Q4. How many matches were held in the tournament ?
Q5. Now many matches did New Zealand loose in the whole
tournament ?
Q6. What % of matches played by Australia in the tournament
were won by it ?

Q7 to Q14 are based on following information :
Batting order of Indian team in a cricket match was Sachin,
Saurav, Azar, Sidhu, Kapil, Shewag, Vijay, Agarkar, Ravi, Laxma
and M.Singh.
Saurav scored 12, Azar scored 14 ,Sidhu scored 35 , Kapil
scored 67 and Shewag scored 23.
First wicket partnership was of 34 runs and the second wicket
partnership was of 48 runs.
When Sachin was out, India’s score became 140 for 3 wickets
and Sidhu was playing at 14 at that time.
When Sidhu was out Kapil was playing at 22.
In partnership between Kapil and Shewag, 46 runs were added
and both had equal contribution in it.
All the partnership after Shewag was out lasted for exactly 22
runs each.
Assume that all the runs came of the bat of the players and there
were no extras.

Q7. How many runs did Sachin Score ?
Q8. What was Sachin’s score when Azar was out ?
Q9. How many runs were scored in partnership between Sidhu
and Kapil ?
Q10. What was India’s score at the fall of 5th Wicket ?
Q11. Who was the fifth batsmen to be out ?
Q12. What was India’s total ?
Q13. Which wicket partnership was the highest scoring one ?
Q14. What is the maximum possible score a batsman coming
after Shewag could score ?

Q15 to Q22 are based on following information :

In a one day cricket match of 50 overs each side , each bowler
can bowl maximum 10 overs. Indian Team won the toss and
elected to field. India used 5 bowlers Laxman, Ravi, Kapil,
Gavaskar, and Sachin to bowl the 50 overs. Each bowler bowls
two spell of exactly 5 overs each with a gap of at least 5 overs
between the two spells. As in everyday cricket match, the bowler
bowls alternate overs in a spell with another bowler bowling
from the other end.
The 1st and 31st over were bowled by Laxman
The 10th and 25th over were bowled by Ravi.
The 30th and 45th over were bowled by Sachin.
Kapil started his first spell before Gavaskar’s first spell. Kapil
also started his second spell before Gavaskar’s second spell.

Q15. Who are the two players who bowled opposite Laxman ?
Q16. Who bowled the last over ?
Q17. Who bowled the 40th Over ?
Q18. Who are the two players who bowled opposite Gavaskar ?
Q19. Who are the two players who bowled opposite Sachin?
Q20. Who bowled the 20th Over ?
Q21. Who was the first bowler to complete his 10 overs?
Q22. How many overs were bowled between the end of Kapil’s
first spell and beginning of his second spell ?


SET A: 23. Contentious, 24. Encumber, 25. Opulent , 26.
Proclivity, 27. Acclivity 28. Declivity

A. Degradation of somebody or something .
B. Improvement in quality .
C. To impede.
D. Likely to cause dispute and argument.
E. Affluent.
F. Natural tendency.
G. Increasing speed.
H. Upward slope on hill.
I. Decrease in speed.
J. Downward slope of land.
K. A medical condition relating to vision.




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