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5.exasperate: *tire,narrate,provoke,depress. 6.ramification: * collision,confusion,correction,consequence. 7.altercation: *substitute,option,controversy,change, 8.impase: *route,deadlock,unlikely,insignificant. 9.recapitulate: *summerise,remind,captivate,jumble 10.semblance: * mixture,association,quietness,appearance. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------antonyms --------------11.exonerate: testify,engender,accuse,inundate 12.sagacity: foolishness,secure,broad,illegal 13.commensurate: start,disproportionate,end,economic 14.nonchalant: anxious,courtious,honest,irrelevant 15.cryptic: hidden,essential,explicit,smooth, 16:rupture: break,continue,enthusiasm,happiness. 17.revocable: alterable,awakened,final,called upon. 18.slump: calm,safe,prosperous,waste, 19.translucent: clear,opaque,movement,efficient 20.dangle : sound,ornament,small,secure. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------part:2 quantitative ---------------------------------------------21.series: 2, 7, 24,77, ----ans: 248 22.code: oenir: brave cyrnfr :---------ans:please

23.1st and 2nd letters of a"parliamentarian" were interchanged.similarly 3rd and 4th, then 5th and 6 th . so on continued.what would be the 14tjh letter from right. 24. (466)decimal= what is the number in base 7? ans127 n/244

25.largesrt prime that can be stored in 8 bit computer. 26. if n=68*12*51, whaich one is not a integer 1.n/102, 2.n/72, 3. n/153, 4.n/136 5. 27.which one is the power of 3== 28.odd out----1. mvs,2. windowsnt, 29.odd out-----1.java,2. smalltalk

30 .in a triangle which one is not possible.sides are (5 ,5 ,5.), (4 ,4, 9 ), (3,4 ,5,).

31.no.of vertices,edges, faces are given.which one among these best suits for th e solid planner cube.

12, 8, 6 6

6 ,8 ,12

4 , 8,

12 2.

8 ,12, -7,-7

7,0,-7, 7,0,-7

33. a& b can do a work in 14 days.if a does twice as much as work as b in a give n time.find how long a alone woukld take to do the work. 34.which one among is a singular matrix. 0 , 10 12 4 3 , 1865 -1115 , 1 2 14 , 6 3 , 4 a.super set of b.not a ty c.a type of d.pa % means sign change then what is the output f(n) =f(n-1)+f(n-2). y 0.99 .00001 10.04 1.02 99.98 1.997 1000 3.0 9990 4.004 39.a 2 dimensional array x(7,9) is stored linearly column wise in a computer m emory.each element requires 2 byte for storage of value.if the 1sr byte adrress of x(1,1) is 3000 what would be the last byte address of x(5,8). 40.which of the pair is orthogonal set. i+j, 3i+2j ,-7i+j, 2i-3j 41.solve m(373,11)+r(3.4)-t(7.7)+r(5.8) .where m=modulo arithmatic r=rou nd off, t=truncation 42.3 independent mechanism a,b,c have been incorporatedf for fuel saving in a ca r producing respectively is 30%,20%,40% efficiency.assuming they operate indepen dentely.what is net fuel efficiency achived. 43. x logx(base 10) 3.142 0.4972061807 3.143 0.4473443810 find log3.141(base 10) 44. temperature at mumvbai is f(t) =-t*t/6+4*t+12.where t=elapsed time since midnight.%rise or fall in temp between 5 pm &8pm. 45.an aircraft takes off from a(72degree N lat, 40degreeE long) at 2 am local t ime to b(32degree N lat,50degree Wlong).if the flyiong time is 10 hrs,what is th e local timing of landing at b. -373 223 , 1

35. match the box a.scooter---automobile b.oxygen---water pe of c.shopfloorstaff----filters d. bug---reptile rt of 36. if &=doubling and &%&(5) - %&%(5)

37. asequence is defined recursively as f(0)= f(1) =1. what is the value of f(6) 38. what curve best suits for x

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0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 what is the value of (AUB)n C.INTERPRET the resulting bit pattern as an inte ger in an 8bit computer and write the decimal value. B C 47. A power cable is to be run from a power plant on the river bank 900m wide to a factory that is located 3000m downstream to the opposite bank.if the cost o f laying cable under water is Rs 5/ per metre and that is laying overhead is Rs 4/ per metre .find the point downstream where the cable is to cut accros the ri ver. 48. b g b d q m b g d m g b g g b q m b g q b g d g b a m g b g m How many b 's are such that each b is followed by g next to it,if the g is not followed by d next to it. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------reasoning ---------------------------------------------------------------------49.pilots fly round trip from city x to y. the trip takes 2hrs. and airline has one round trip flight in the morning ,one r ound trip in the afternoon ,each day from monday to friday.pilots must be schedu led in accordance with the following rules. w , x, y can fly morning flights. v,x,z can fly afternoon flightse, no pilot can fly twice on the same day& on two consecutive days. x must fly the wednesday morning flight z must fly the tuesday afternoon flight. a: which one is true? 1.w=monday morn flight 2.x=monday afternoon flight 3. y=tuesday morn flight. 4. w=thursday morn. flight. 5.z= thurs day afternoon b: if x =fri morn.,then 1.xnot equal to mon after. 2. v fri after 3. w thurs morn 4.y = thurs morn 5 neither w or y flies thurs morn c: if x one morning flight during the week 1w=exactly 2 days during the week 2 .x=exa.. 3 days during the week 3 y=1 day during the week 4.z=mon and fri afternoon 5 x= more times than v during thwe week. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------52. astudent planning his curriculam for the upcoming semester must enroll 3 cou rses. the available courses fall into one of the 5 general areas,math, eng, ss, sci, a rts. student must take courses from aty least two different areas .if he take arts he cant take eng. if he= sci then he=math(must) he+math,then he=sci(must) if he=ss,then he ==arts

a: not accepteable schedule 2 math & 1 sci 2 sci &1 math 2 arts &1 math 2 ss & 1 arts 1 ss & 2 arts b:if math &eng then 3rd is eng math, science ss arts c:if sci then which pair would complete an acceptable schedule. 2 math 2 sci. 2 eng 1 sci 1 eng 1 math and 1 ss ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------55. j k l m n o q are ranked from first( lowest) to 7th (highest) not in order First note in scale is O and last= Q L is lower than M N is lower than J K is somewhere between J and M a. If N is fifth on scalea which is true? J=6,m=4 k=4,l=3 m=3,n=2 m=4,l=3 l=4,j=2 b. N and O are separated by exactly two notes on scale,The true one is J=6 L=5 K is below M K is between N and O M is above N c. If there two notes between K and N, then true is K=5 L is between J and K M=6 M is above J L and M are separated by one note ______________________________________________________________ 58. In a five storeyed building,lower four storeys have two flats each and upper has a single flat J K L M N O P Q R will adjust in the building, Q and R = 3rd floor P will stay lower than M K will stay lower than N K will stay lower than L J and L will occupy rooms on the same floor a. If M=2nd floor true is J=5 N==5 J=4 K=2 O=1st (no: indicates floor) b. Who will stay in the 1st floor? K,O M,N M,O K,M,O K,O,P c. K,M stay in the same floor,then they could stay accurately in

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