Combined Lower Subordinate Service exam successfully which is conducted by  Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Service Selection Commission (UPSSSC) on 26 June 2016 at various elected exam centers in Uttar Pradesh. Combined Lower Subordinate Services exam held for rill the 288 vacant post of officers posts. It is referred as UPSSSC Advt. No.2/Exam/2016. Several applicants appeared this exam. Candidateswill be eagerly for searching the answer key of this exam. The official answer key will be released soon on official website

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  1. In which year, was the income of company A. The second highest?
    (a) 2014
    (b) 2013
    (c) 2012
    (d) 2011
  2. By what percent, was the profit gained by company B increased fom 2010 to 2011?
    (a) 37.5%
    (b) 50%
    (c) 60%
    (d) 62.5%
  3. The profit percent of company A in 2014 is what percent of the profit percentage of company B in the same year?
    (a) 150%
    (b) 80%
    (c) 125%
    (d) 66 2/3%
    The members of a bank are Mr. A, Mr. B, Mrs. C, Mrs. D, Mr. E and Miss F. The positions they occupy are Manager, Asstt. Manager, Cashier, Steno, Teller and a Clerk, though not necessarily in order. The Asstt. Manager’s Grandson. Cashier is Stenographer’s son-in-law. Mr. A is bachelor. Mrs. D is teller’s step-sister and Mr. E is Manager’s husband. Mr. B cannot have grandson or son-in-law as he is only 20 years old. D and F are not Manager.
  4. Who is the Manager?
    (a) Mr. A
    (b) Mrs. C
    (c) Mr. E
    (d) None of these
  5. Who is Asstt. Manager?
    (a) Mr. A
    (b) Miss. F
    (c) Mrs. C
    (d) Mr. B
  6. Who is Teller?
    (a) Miss F
    (b) Mrs. C
    (c) Mr. A
    (d) Mrs. D
  7. Who is Clerk?
    (a) Mr. B
    (b) Mrs. D
    (c) Miss F
    (d) None of these
  8. Who is the Cashier?
    (a) Either Mr. A or Mrs. D
    (b) Miss F
    (c) Mr. B
    (d) Mrs. C
  9. In certain code ‘NEPALI’ is written as ‘6-15-0-15-10-13’. How will ‘STEXOG’ be written in that code?
    (a) 21-20-23-4-8-18
    (b) 24-20-21-8-18-1
    (c) 18-8-24-20-21-5
    (d) 20-21-24-5-8-18
  10. In a certain code language “WEAVE” is written as “FEZVX”. How will “ELEVATE” be written in that code language?
    (a) ELFUATF
    (b) FLEAUTF
    (c) FLEUAFT
    (d) FLEUATF
  11. Three of the following are alike and so from a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
    (a) Pali
    (b) Sharki
    (c) Pablo
    (d) Norte
  12. Find out the missing letter in the following table-
    (a) R
    (b) N
    (c) M
    (d) L
  13. Which number will come next in the following series?
    3, 8, 5, 7, 8, 5, 12
    (a) 2
    (b) 3
    (c) 4
    (d) 1
  14. The following figure represents a wooden block of cube shape with 3 cm as its edge and all the face of the cube are painted black. If the cube is cut along the dotted lines and 27 new cubes are formed with a volume of 1 cm3 What will be the no. of non-painted blocks?
    (a) 1
    (b) 3
    (c) 6
    (d) 9
  15. The figure shows-
    Rectangle denotes male
    2. Circle denotes urban
    3. Rectangle denotes educated
    4. Triangle denotes civil servant
    The which denotes Uneducated Urban Male-
    (a) 4
    (b) 5
    (c) 7
    (d) 1
  16. In a plane, line X is perpendicular to line Y and parallel to line Z, line U is perpendicular to both lines V and W, line X is perpendicular to line V.
    Which one of the following statement is correct?
    (a) Z, U and W are parallel
    (b) X, V and Y are parallel
    (c) Z, V and U are all perpendicular to W.
    (d) Y, V and W are parallel
  17. What is the total number of triangle in the above grid?
    (a) 27
    (b) 26
    (c) 23
    (d) 22
  18. There are some balls of red, green and yellow colour lying on a table. There are as many red as there are yellow balls. There are twice as many yellow balls as there are green ones. The number of red balls is-
    (a) is equal to the sum of yellow and green balls
    (b) is double the number of green balls
    (c) is equal to yellow balls minus green balls
    (d) cannot be ascertained
  19. Consider the following matrix:
    What is the number at X in the above matrix?
    (a) 5
    (b) 8
    (c) 9
    (d) 11
  20. Given that-
    A is the brother of B
    2. C is the father of A
    3. D is the brother of E
    4. E is the daughter of B
    Then, the uncle of D is-
    (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) E
    Examine carefully the following statements and answer the three questions that follows out of four friends A, B, C and D, A and B play football and cricket. B and C play cricket and hockey. A and D play basketball and football, C and D play hockey and basketball.
  21. Which game do B, C and D play?
    (a) Basketball
    (b) Hockey
    (c) Cricket
    (d) Football
  22. Who play football, basketball and hockey?
    (a) D
    (b) C
    (c) B
    (d) A
  23. Who does not play the hockey?
    (a) D
    (b) C
    (c) B
    (d) A
  24. With reference to the Capital Account Convertibility (CAC). Consider the following statements-
    1. It refers to the abolition of all limitation with respect to the movement of capital from India to different countries across the globe.
    2. It brings about a fair allocation of the income level in India.
    3. It helps in the efficient appropriation or distribution of international capital in India.
    Choose the correct answer from the statements given above-
    (a) 1 & 2
    (b) 2 & 3
    (c) 1 & 3
    (d) 1, 2 & 3
  25. How much cash price is awarded in Dhyan Chand Award?
    (a) Rs.10,00,000
    (b) Rs.25,00,000
    (c) Rs.5,00,000
    (c) Rs.8,00,000
  26. Consider the following statements about Amartya Sen’s advice regarding priorities for India Economy.
    1. It should be commodity-oriented
    2. It should be people-oriented
    3. Economic Security to the poorest of the poor
    4. Safeguards against integration of these with world economy
    (a) 1, 2 and 3 are correct
    (b) 2, 3 and 4 are correct
    (c) 1, 3 and 4 are correct
    (d) 1, 2 and 4 correct
  27. Who was the first puppet Mughal Emperor?
    (a) Jahandar Shah
    (b) Bahadur Shah
    (c) Farrukhsiyar
    (d) Muhammad Shah
  28. Who has been nominated as Brand Ambassador of “Skill India Mission”?
    (a) Sachin Tendulkar
    b) Sania Mirza
    (c) Vidya Balan
    (d) Priyanka Chopra
  29. Which instrument was played by famous instrumentalist Ustad Binda Khan?
    (a) Sarangi
    (b) Violin
    (c) Mridang
    (d) Santoor
  30. Which one of the complete and scientific theory of leadership?
    (a) Situational Theory
    (b) Multifactor Theory
    (c) Personal and Situational Theory
    (d) Genetic Theory
  31. Who has not been conferred with Padma Shri award?
    (a) Vidya Balan
    (b) Raghunath Mashelkar
    (c) Yuvraj Singh
    (d) Mohammad Ali Baig
  32. Who is at the highest ranked commissioned officers in Indian Navy?
    (a) General
    (b) Air Chief Marshal
    (c) Admiral
    (d) Sub-Lieutenant
  33. Former President of the United States of America. Bill Clinton visited Jabrouli village, near Lucknow, on an awareness mission on-
    (a) Malaria
    (b) Diarrhoea
    (c) Education
    (d) AIDS
  34. Which is the shortest day in Southern Hemisphere?
    (a) 22nd December
    (b) 21st June
    (c) 21st March
    (d) 23rd September
  35. Match List I with list II –
                   List  I  (Country)                             List  II (Capital)
              Tanxania                                              1. Rabat
    b.           Kenya                                                   2. Nairobi
    c.           Namibia                                               3. Dodoma
    d.           Morocco                                              4. Windhock
    (a)  a3  b2  c4   d1
    (b) a1  b2   c3   d4
    (c) a4  b3   c2   d1
    (d) a3  b1   c4   d2
  36. The name of cloud ‘Nimbus’ defines-
    (a) Looking like feather
    (b) Looking like leap
    (c) Rain Cloud
    (d) Having rounded tops
  37. The Canadian Pacific railway runs between-
    (a) Duluth and Montreal
    (b) Saskatoon and Quebec
    (c) Seattle and Winning
    (d) Vancouver and Halifax
  38. Who has the power to declare an area as schedule area for the protection of scheduled tribes?
    (a) Prime Minister of India
    (b) President of India
    (c) Chief Minister of the State
    (d) Vice President of India.
  39. Aasra Yojana was started in Uttar Pradesh in-
    (a) 2012
    (b) 2013
    (c) 2014
    (d) 2015
  40. Under which article of the constitution the governor of states has been empowered to promulgate ordinance?
    (a) Article 123
    (b) Article 211
    (c) Article 213
    (d) Article 212
  41. Which of the following books is not written by Sarojini Naidu?
    (a) The Broken Wing
    (b) The Golden Threshold
    (c) The Golden Bird
    (d) The Bird of Time
  42. Which one of the following is the chief characteristic of ‘mixed farming’?
    (a) Cultivation of both cash crops and food crops
    (b)Cultivation of two or more crops in the same fields
    (c) Rearing of animal and cultivation of crops together
    (d) None of the above
  43. In which of the following state ‘Bahini Darbar’ a monthly newspaper for the women is published by the women?
    (a) West Bengal
    (b) Jharakhand
    (c) Maharashtra
    (d) Madhya Pradesh
  44. Which Sikh Guru compiled the Adi Granth?
    (a) Guru Angad
    (b) Guru Ramdas
    (c) Guru Arjun Dev
    (d) Guru Arjun Dev
  45. Who founded the dynasty of Tuluva?
    (a) Marsa Nayaka
    (b) Krishnadeva Raya
    (c) Achyuta Raya
    (d) Vir Narasinha
  46. Who was the first Muslim to invade India?
    (a) Firdausi Shah
    (b) Muhammad Ghori
    (c) Mohd. Bin Qasim
    (d) Mohmood Ghazanavi
  47. Which of the following is not an Upaveda?
    (a) Dhanurveda
    (b) Shastrashastra
    (c) Ayurveda
    (d) Yogveda
  48. Where has world’s largest Wi-Fi network been established recently?
    (a) Meghalaya
    (b) Patna
    (c) Philippines
    (d) Mumbai
  49. Through which of the following groups of countries does the equator pass?
    (a) Brazil, Zambia and Malaysia
    (b) Colombia, Kenya and Indonesia
    (c) Braxil, Sudan and Malaysia
    (d) Venezuela, Ethiopia and Indonesia
  50. A Cookie-
    (a) Stores information about the user’s web activity
    (b) Stores software developed by the user
    (c) Stores the password of the user
    (d) Stores the commands used by the user
  51. When was Altenative Energy Development Institute established for the development of alternative energy in Uttar Pradesh?
    (a) 1982
    (b) 1983
    (c) 1986
    (d) 1987
  52. PM Narendra Modi declared how many smart cities for India?
    (a) 50
    (b) 100
    (c) 150
    (d) 200
  53. Consider the following statements regarding the measures of money supply in India-
    1. M1 refers to currency with the public + demand deposits with the banking system + other deposits with the RBI
    2. M4 refers to M3 + All deposits with post office
    Choose the correct answer from the statements given above-
    (a) Only 1
    (b) Only 2
    (c) 1 & 2
    (d) None of the above
  54. Who among the following is related to disinvestment commission?
    (a) G. V. Ramakrishna
    (b) T. N. Malegum
    (c) Rakesh Mohan
    (d) Abid Hussain
  55. Kyzyl Kum desert is situated in-
    (a) Saudi Arabia
    (b) Northern Iran
    (c) Uzbekistan
    (d) Turkmenistan
  56. The rivers of South India mainly have which of the following drainage patterns?
    (a) Radial
    (b) Intermittent
    (c) Dendritic
    (d) Trellis
  57. In the year 2016, U. P. Pravasi Divas was celebrated on which day?
    (a) 4th January
    (b) 9th January
    (c) 4th February
    (d) 9th February
  58. The status of ‘Special Category States” is given to certain states to taget the fund flow for better balanced growth. Which of the following states fall under this category?
    Rajasthan 2. Uttarakhand                  3. Bihar                 4. Jammu & Kashmir
    5. Himachal Pradesh      6. Jharakhand
    Select the correct answer using the codes given below-
    (a) 1, 5 and 6
    (b) 2, 4 and 5
    (c) 3, 5 and 6
    (d) 1, 3 and 6
  59. The new proposed price stabilised fund scheme will be independence for which of the following items initially?
    1. Tea 2. Rubber            3. Onion               4. Coffee             5. Potato
    Select the correct answer using the codes given below-
    (a) 3 and 5
    (b) 1, 2 and 4
    (c) 1, 3, 4 and 5
    (d) 1, 2, 4 and 5
  60. Which of the following ministry has recently started ‘ePace’ and ‘infracon’ facilities?
    (a) Ministry of Road Transport
    (b) Ministry of Railways
    (c) Ministry of Civil Aviation
    (d) Ministry of Urban Development
  61. Match the following
    I                                                                                                                               II
    Indian Grain Storage Management and Research Institute        1. Allahabad
    b. National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business
    Development                                                                                           2. Hapudh
    c. Govind Ballabh Pant Social Science Institute                                       3. Noida
    d. Harish Chandra Research Institute                                                         4. Allahabad
    (a) a2  b3  c1  d4
    (b) a3  b2  c1  d4
    (c) a4  b1  c2  d3
    (d) a1  b2  c3  d4
  62. Which of the following from the major components of the Wholesale Price Index in India?
    1. Primary Articles 2. Fuel & Power                                3. Services           4. Manufactures Products
    Select the answer using the codes given below-
    (a) 1, 2 and 4
    (b) 2, 4 and 4
    (c) 1, 3 and 4
    (d) 1, 2 and 3
  63. Consider the following statements-
    Recently the Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired the
    1. 26th conferred of the Southern Zonal Council (SZC)
    2. Telangana and Puducherry are also the part of Southern Zonal council.
    Which of the following statements given above is/are correct?
    (a) Only 1
    (b) Only 2
    (c) 1 and 2
    (d) None of the above
  64. The number of agro-climatic zones in Uttar-Pradesh is-
    (a) 5
    (b) 7
    (c) 9
    (d) 11
  65. Consider the following statements:
    1. President 2. Vice-President             3. All members of Rajya Sabha
    Who among the above are elected in accordance with the system of proportional representation by means of the transferable and the voting is by secret ballot?
    (a) Only 1 and 2
    (b) Only 1 and 3
    (c) Only 2 and 3
    (d) All of the above
  66. Consider the following:
    1. Fundamental Rights
    2. Fundamental Duties
    3. Directive principles of State Policy
    Which among the following above part of the constitution cnshrine provisions for the education of children from 0 to 6 years?
    (a) Only 1 and 2
    (b) Only 3
    (c) Only 2 and 3
    (d) All of the above
  67. Central Vigilance Commissioner holds the office for-
    (a) 5 years or 62 years of age
    (b) 5 years or 65 years of age
    (c) 4 years or 62 years of age
    (d) 4 years or 65 years age
  68. Where is Thattekad Bird Sanctuary located?
    (a) Kerala
    (b) Arunachal Pradesh
    (c) Punjab
    (d) Gujarat
  69. Which one of the following countries stands fifth in terms of total area in the world?
    (a) Brazil
    (b) Argentina
    (c) India
    (d) Australia
  70. Which one of the following is/are correct about the governor?
    He nominates 1/4th of the members of the state legislature council
    2. He can nominate 2 members to the state legislative assembly from Anglo-Indian community
    (a) Only 1
    (b) Only 2
    (c) Both 1 & 2
    (d) None of the above
  71. As per Wildlife Protection Act. 1972, there is provision for absolute protection and offence in which of the following schedule?
    1. Schedule- 1  2. Schedule- 2          3. Schedule- 3           4. Schedule- 4
    Select the correct answer using the codes given below-
    (a) 1 and 3
    (b) 2 and 4
    (c) 1, 2 and 4
    (d) 1 and 2
  72. If the sum of the roots of the equation kx2 + 2x + 3k = 0 is equal to their product, then the value of k is:
    (a) 1/3
    (b) -1/3
    (c) 2/3
    (d) -2/3
  73. If the sum of two numbers is 14 and their diffenrece is 10. Find the product of these two numbers.
    (a) 18
    (b) 20
    (c) 24
    (d) 22
  74. What should be added to 2x2 + 3x – 5 to get x2 – x + 1?
    (a) –x2 – 4x + 6
    (b) x2 – 4x + 6
    (c) x2 + 4 x – 6
    (d) x2 – 4x – 6
  75. Which one of the following is not a breed of Goat?
    (a) Matau
    (b) Beetal
    (c) Baluchi
    (d) Ghori
  76. Which of the following is used to transform chemical energy into electrical energy?
    (a) Electromagnet
    (b) Photo cell
    (c) Electrolyte
    (d) Secondary cell
  77. Which instrument is used to measure the depth of the ocean?
    (a) Fathometer
    (b) Eudiometer
    (c) Barometer
    (d) Periscope
  78. At what rate of simple interest certain amount will double itself in 8 years?
    (a) 12%
    (b) 12 ½%
    (c) 13%
    (d) 15%
  79. Simplify: [xb/xc]a x [xc/xa]b x [xa/xb]c
    (a) 1
    (b) 0
    (c) xa + b + c
    (d) None of these
  80. Solved: 15/2 – [9/4 + {5/4 – ½(3/2 – 1/3 – 1/6)}] = ?
    (a) 2/9
    (b) 9/2
    (c) 19/2
    (d) 305/228
  81. How many three digit number are their which are divisible by 17?
    (a) 51
    (b) 52
    (c) 53
    (d) 54
    Directions: (Q. Nos. 86-87)
    What is the approximate value that will come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
  82. 26.003 x 37.998 – 309.010 = ?
    (a) 685
    (b) 695
    (c) 680
    (d) 670
  83. 7885.009 – 519.999 – 94.989 = ?
    (a) 7270
    (b) 7300
    (c) 7500
    (d) 7220
  84. The temperature at which centigrade and Fahrenheit scale is same-
    (a) 100oC
    (b) 40oC
    (c) -40oC
    (d) 0oC
  85. Which chemical compound is related to vitamin ‘F’?
    (a) Tocopherol
    (b) Biotin
    (c) Calcipherol
    (d) Naphthoquinone
  86. Camallite is an ore of which metal?
    (a) Potassium
    (b) Aluminium
    (c) Mercury
    (d) Uranium
  87. Which of the following medicines is used for the treatment of plague?
    (a) Chloromycetin
    (b) Isoniazid
    (c) Streptomycin
    (d) Adrenaline
  88. A man performs 2.15 of the total journey by rail, 9/20 by bus and the remaining 10 km, on the cycle. His total journey is:
    (a) 312 km
    (b) 38.4 km
    (c) 32.8 km
    (d) 24 km
  89. Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 24 hours and 30 hours respectively. If both the pipes are opened simultaneously in the empty tank, how much time will be taken by them to fill it?
    (a) 13 hour 20 min
    (b) 12 hour 10 min
    (c) 14 hour
    (d) 10 hour 5 min
  90. The product of two numbers is 1600 and their HCF is 5. The LCM of the numbers is:
    (a) 8000
    (b) 1600
    (c) 320
    (d) 1605
  91. In a 60 lit mixture, the ratio of milk and water is 3: 7. How much water must be added to the mixture in order to make the ratio 2: 5?
    (a) 2 lit
    (b) 3 lit
    (c) 5 lit
    (d) 2.5 lit
  92. Which of the following is scalar quantity?
    (a) Work
    (b) Velocity
    (c) Force
    (d) Acceleration
  93. Which color has the shortest wavelength?
    (a) Yellow
    (b) Violet
    (c) Green
    (d) Red
  94. The LCM and HCF of two numbers are 1920 and 16 respectively. If one of the number is 128. Then what will be the other number?
    (a) 360
    (b) 240
    (c) 120
    (d) 480
  95. Who invented Hydrogen Bomb?
    (a) Louis Prince
    (b) Nikola Tesla
    (c) Michael Faraday
    (d) Edward Teller
  96. Which of the following is not a bacterial disease?
    (a) Typhoid
    (b) Plague
    (c) Diphtheria
    (d) Asthma
  97. In a right angle triangle ABC, in which ÐA = 90o. If AD^BC, then the correct statement is:
    (a) AB2 = BD x DC
    (b) AB2 = BD x AD
    (c) AB2 = BC x DC
    (d) AB2 = BC x BD
  98. Simplify:
    61/2.61/4.61/8…………¥ = ?
    (a) 6
    (b) ¥
    (c) 216
    (d) 36
  99. (c) 
  100. (c) 
  101. (d)
  102. (b) 
  103. (b) 
  104. (a) 
  105. (c) 
  106. (d) 
  107. Identify the wrong term:
    644, 328, 164, 84, 44, 24, 14
    (a) 328
    (b) 164
    (c) 84
    (d) 44
  108. Find the missing number:
    101, 100, ………, 87, 71, 46
    (a) 92
    (b) 88
    (c) 89
    (d) 96
  109. What is the calorific value (in kJ/g) of Ethanol?
    (a) 55
    (b) 150
    (c) 30
    (d) 35
  110. Which was the first vitamin to be produced by fermentation process?
    (a) Vitamin C
    (b) Vitamin A
    (c) Vitamin B12
    (d) Vitamin D
  111. Which of the following is not an endospermic seed?
    (a) Castor
    (b) Maize
    (c) Rice
    (d) Gram
  112. Which of the following technique is used to separate mixture of acetone and methyl alcohol?
    (a) Centrifugation
    (b) Vacuum Distillation
    (c) Fractional Distillation
    (d) Distillation
  113. What is the pH value of tears?
    (a) 7.4
    (b) 8.5
    (c) 6.0
    (d) 6.3
  114. Which of the following device is used to connect various devices serially?
    (a) Switch
    (b) Connecting wire
    (c) Regulator
    (d) None of these
  115. The gas used for ripening of green fruits in an artificial manner-
    (a) Acetylene
    (b) Ethane
    (c) Hydrogen
    (d) Carbon Dioxide
  116. If a: b = 2/9: 1/3, b: c = 2/7: 5/14 and d: c = 7/10: 3/5 then a: b: c: d = ?
    (a) 16: 24: 25: 50
    (b) 18: 24: 30: 35
    (c) 16: 24: 30: 35
    (d) 16: 24: 30: 50
  117. The compound interest on Rs.3000 at 10% p.a. payable annually for a period of 2 years and 4 month will be-
    (b) Rs.821
    (b) Rs.831
    (c) Rs.771
    (d) Rs.751
  118. 102, 99, 104, 97, 106, ?
    (a) 94
    (b) 95
    (c) 96
    (d) 100
  119. Who was discovered transformer?
    (a) Spangler
    (b) G. Marconi
    (c) Michael Faraday
    (d) Walter Hunt
  120. What is the industrial name of Epsum?
    (a) Magnesium Sulphate
    (b) Ferrous Sulphate
    (c) Lead Oxide
    (d)Lead Peroxide
  121. Which is the respiratory organ in spider?
    (a) Body Surface
    (b) Book Lungs
    (c) Book Gills
    (d) Air Bladder
  122. Name of the bone in palm-
    (a) Humerus
    (b) Radio-ulna
    (c) Carpals
    (d) Meta carpals
  123. In which of the following departments of a hospital will “CATH LAB” be found”?
    (a) Pathology
    (b) Surgery
    (c) Cardiology
    (d) Nuclear Medicine
  124. Which of the following is not a symptom of diabetes?
    (a) Feeling very thirsty
    (b) Shortness of breath
    (c) Feeling very tired
    (d) Weight loss
  125. Which of the following drug is used to reduce temperature/fever?
    (a) Tranquiliser
    (b) Anaesthetic
    (c) Antipyretics
    (d) Antihistamines
  126. ‘Spongocoel’ is a characteristic feature of which animal kingdom?
    (a) Protozoa
    (b) Porifera
    (c) Cnidaria
    (d) Helminthes
  127. Find out the smallest no. which on division by 24, 32 and 19, 27 and 31 as remainder respectively.
    (a) 283
    (b) 273
    (c) 281
    (d) 285
  128. In a figure, ABCD is a parallelogram in which ÐDAB = 75o and ÐDBC = 60o then ÐBDC is equal to:
    (a) 75o
    (b) 60o
    (c) 45o
    (d) 55o
  129. The value of (0.125 x 0.125 – 0.004 x 0.004)/(0.125 + 0.004) is
    (a) 0.129
    (b) 0.121
    (c) 0.6
    (d) 0.03125
  130. What is denatured alcohol?
    (a) Ethanol
    (b) Ethanol + Butanol
    (c) Ethanol + Methanol
    (d) Methanol + Butanol
  131. Which of the following crop is affected by early blight disease?
    (a) Potato
    (b) Rice
    (c) Sugarcane
    (d) Wheat
  132. If (x + 1/x) = 3, then (x2 + 1/x2) is equal to-
    (a) 10/3
    (b) 82/9
    (c) 7
    (d) 11
  133. (a) 
  134. (b) 
  135. (b) 
  136. (d) 
  137. (a) 
  138. (b) 
  139. The sum of two numbers is 528 and their H.C.F. is 33, The number of such pairs
    (a) 3
    (b) 4
    (c) 5
    (d) 2
  140. Find the distance between (7, 3) and (4, -1)
    (a) 5 unit
    (b) 3 unit
    (c) 2 unit
    (d) 6 unit
  141. In how many years, the compound interest on an amount of Rs.19200 at the rate of 10% p.a. will be Rs.4032?
    (a) 3/2 years
    (b) 5/2 years
    (c) 2 years
    (d) 3 years
  142. Peeling of Onions causes tears as onion release-
    (a) Sulphonic Acid
    (b) Sulfenic Acid
    (c) Amino Acid
    (d) Carbonic Acid
  143. Critical temperature of oxygen is-
    (a) 240oC
    (b) 147.1oC
    (c) 273.16oC
    (d) 118.8oC
  144. The radius of base of a conical tent is 7 meter and its height is 24 meter. How much 1.25 meter wide cloth will be required to male it?
    (a) 320 m
    (b) 520 m
    (c) 400 m
    (d) 440 m
  145. For which purpose potassium bromide is used?
    (a) Soap
    (b) Gun Powder
    (c) Photography
    (d) Germicide
  146. What is ‘laughing gas’?
    (a) Nitric Oxide
    (b) Nitrogen Penta Oxide
    (c) Nitrogen Peroxide
    (d) Nitrous Oxide


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