**IA Paper Answers and Questions**

**Q1.**If L stands for +, M stands for -, N stands for x, P stands for / then 15N 10 L 30 P 6 M 8 =

(1) 145

**(2)147**(3)146 (4) 148

**Solution.**

Step1) Change the equation into correct format which is

15 x 10 + 30 / 6 - 8

Step2) Use BODMAS that is Division first ,than multiplication , than addition and afterwards subtraction.

Step3) 15 x 10 + 5 - 8 (Division)

Step4) 150 + 5 - 8 ( Multiplication)

Step5) 155 - 8 (Addition)

Step6 147

That is (2)

**Q2.**If 20-10 means 2; 8 / 4 means 32; 6 x2 means 8, then 100 -10 x 4 /6 equals

(1) 32

**(2) 34**(3)36 (4) 35

Step1) Try to figure out what the above equations signifies.

That is what 20-10 = 2 signifies, what mathematical operator we should use between these two number so we get the value 2? Only division(/) operator which gives us 2 at RHS. So - => / ( minus sign implies division).

Similarly / => x and x => + respectively.

So,

Step2) 100 -10 x 4/6 changes into 100 / 10 + 4 x 6

Step3) 10 +4 x 6

Step4) 10 + 24

Step5) 34

That is (2)

**Q3.**Five persons A,B,C,D and E are sitting in a row. Who is sitting in the middle if: (i) B is between E and C, (ii) B is to the right of C (iii) D is between A and E

(1) D (2) B

**(3) E**(4) A

Solution.

To find out middle person, we need to write each person position on paper according to the information given to us.

Step1). E B C ( B is between E and C)

Step2). C B E ( B is right of C and B is between E and C)

Step3). C B

**E**D A ( B is right of C , B is between E and C and D is between A and E)

So middle term is E.

So Answer is (3) E.

Q4. What is the number of squares in the following figure?

1 | 2 | 3 |

4 | 5 | 6 |

7 | 8 | 9 |

**(4) 14**

Solution:

We will try to solve this problem by canceling least possible option for eg. By putting numbers inside the square, we can make out one conclusion that squares can't be less than 9.

Step1. (1 2 4 5) makes one more square so total squares become 9 + 1= 10 so (3) option is incorrect

Step2.( Similarly 4 5 7 8) makes one square and total becomes 11 , so we can cancel (2) nd option too.

Step3. Now there is only two options left, by assumption I can say that there are only 14 squares possible , but if you want to count you can.

So Answer is 14 that is (4)

Q5. A is three year older to B and 3 years younger to C, B and D are twins. How many years older is C to D?

(1) 2 (2) 3

**(3) 6**(4) 12

Solution:

Write equations from the information given above:

A = 3 + B --> Eq 1

C = A + 3 --> Eq 2

B = D

Find equation between C and D

Step 1) A = 3 + D ( we know B = D , so we replace B with D)

Step 2) C = 3 + D + 3 ( Replace A with Eq 1)

Step 3) C = 6 + D

So, we can conclude that C is 6 years older than D that is (3).

Q6. Find the number which when added to itself 13 times gives 112

(1) 7

Solution.

Let x be the number , which is added to itself 13 times that is 13x.

x + 13x = 112

x = 112/14 = 8

That is option (2).

Q7.(A)Rahul at present is 25 years younger to his mother.

(B) Rahul brother, who was born in 1964, is 35 years younger to his mother.

In which year year was Rahul Born?

(1) (A) alone is sufficient while (B) alone is not sufficient

(2) (B) alone is sufficient while (A) alone is not sufficient

(3) Either (A) or (B) is sufficient

Solution:

From A we know that Rahul is 25 years younger to his mother but with this information we can't deduce Rahul's age.

From B we can find out the born year of Rahul's mother but still this information can't be used to find Rahul's age, for that we need first statement.

So Answer is (4) Both (A) and (B) are sufficient.

Q8. (A) One fourth of the weight of each pole is 5 Kg.

(B)The total weight of three poles is 20 Kg more than the total weight of two poles.

What will be the total weight of 10 poles, each of same weight ?

(1) (A) alone is sufficient while (B) alone is not sufficient

(2) (B) alone is sufficient while (A) alone is not sufficient

(4) Both (A) and (B) are sufficient

Step 3) C = 6 + D

So, we can conclude that C is 6 years older than D that is (3).

Q6. Find the number which when added to itself 13 times gives 112

(1) 7

**(2) 8**(3) 9 (4) 11Solution.

Let x be the number , which is added to itself 13 times that is 13x.

x + 13x = 112

x = 112/14 = 8

That is option (2).

Q7.(A)Rahul at present is 25 years younger to his mother.

(B) Rahul brother, who was born in 1964, is 35 years younger to his mother.

In which year year was Rahul Born?

(1) (A) alone is sufficient while (B) alone is not sufficient

(2) (B) alone is sufficient while (A) alone is not sufficient

(3) Either (A) or (B) is sufficient

**(4) Both (A) and (B) are sufficient**Solution:

From A we know that Rahul is 25 years younger to his mother but with this information we can't deduce Rahul's age.

From B we can find out the born year of Rahul's mother but still this information can't be used to find Rahul's age, for that we need first statement.

So Answer is (4) Both (A) and (B) are sufficient.

Q8. (A) One fourth of the weight of each pole is 5 Kg.

(B)The total weight of three poles is 20 Kg more than the total weight of two poles.

What will be the total weight of 10 poles, each of same weight ?

(1) (A) alone is sufficient while (B) alone is not sufficient

(2) (B) alone is sufficient while (A) alone is not sufficient

**(3) Either (A) or (B) is sufficient**(4) Both (A) and (B) are sufficient

Solution. Lets weight of one pole is x and according to A 1/4 * x = 5 so x = 20 Kg.

and from B 3x = 20 + 2x which means x = 20 ,so total weight become 200 Kg.

So answer is (3) Either (A) or (B) is sufficient

Q9. (A) A company sold 8000 units of product each costing Rs.25

(B). This company has no other product line

How much was the total sale of the company?

(2) (B) alone is sufficient while (A) alone is not sufficient

(3) Either (A) or (B) is sufficient

(4) Both (A) and (B) are sufficient

Solution.

(1) (A) alone is sufficient while (B) alone is not sufficient

Q10. What is the number of triangles in the above figure?

(1)8 (2) 10 (3) 12

Q11. What number should come next in the series: 2,1,(1/2),(1,4),________

(1)1/3

Q9. (A) A company sold 8000 units of product each costing Rs.25

(B). This company has no other product line

How much was the total sale of the company?

**(1) (A) alone is sufficient while (B) alone is not sufficient**(2) (B) alone is sufficient while (A) alone is not sufficient

(3) Either (A) or (B) is sufficient

(4) Both (A) and (B) are sufficient

Solution.

(1) (A) alone is sufficient while (B) alone is not sufficient

Q10. What is the number of triangles in the above figure?

(1)8 (2) 10 (3) 12

**(4) 14**Q11. What number should come next in the series: 2,1,(1/2),(1,4),________

(1)1/3

**(2) 1/8**(3) 2/8 (4) 1/16Q12. What number should come next in the series 7,10,8,11,9,12_______

(1) 7 (2) 12

**(3) 10**(4) 13

Solution:

Their is two series in this question

7,8,9,

**10**
10,11,12

Q13. Statement: NO women teacher can play. some women teachers are athletes. Conclusions:

(A) Male athletes can play

(B) Some athletes can play

(1) Only conclusion (A) Follows

(2) Only conclusion (B) Follows

(3) Either conclusion(A) or (B) Follows

**(4) Neither (A) nor (B) Follows**

Q14. Marathon: race :: hibernation:______

(1) Winter (2) Bear (3) Dream

**(4) Sleep**
Solution:

Marathon is a type of race and hibernation is a type of

**sleep**
Q15. 3G is:

**(1) a generation of standards for mobile phones**

(2) name of a scam

(3) a generation of standards for landline phones

(4) none of the above

Q16. Latest processor from intel is:

(1) core 2 duo (2) dual core

**(3) core i5**(4) pentium
Reason: core i5 and i7 are the latest processors from Intel.

Q17. Full form of UPS is:

(1). Uninterfered power supply

**(2) Uninterrupted power supply**

(3) Uniform power source

(4) Uniform power supply

Q18. RAM in present day computers is available in size of

(1) MB

**(2) GB**(3) TB (4) KB
Q19. Full form of GUI is:

(1) Graphics use interaction

**(2) Graphical user interface**

(3) Graph use interface

(4) None of the above

Q20. Which one of the following is magnetic devices?

(1) Tapes (2) Hard disks

**(3) Both (1) and (2)**(4) None of the above
Q21. The Rajasthan canal takes water from:

(1) Ravi

**(2) Satlaj**(3) Ghaghara (4) Yamuna
Q22. Keoladeo National Park is situated in:

(1) Alwar

**(2) Bharatpur**(3) Ghana ( 4) Ranthambore
Q23. Which of the following states is largest in area?

(1) Madhya Pradesh, (2) Uttar Pradesh

**(3) Rajasthan**(4) Maharashtra
Q24. International women's day is celebrated on:

(1) May 27 (2) January 9 (3) April 7

**(4) March 8**
Q25. Jai Jawan Jai Kissan slogan was given by:

(1) Indira Gandhi

**(2) Lal Bahadur Shastri**(3) Mahatma Gandhi (4) Jawahar Lal Nehru
Q26. Insulin controls metabolism of

**(1) Sugar**(2) Fats (3) Proteins (4) Salts

Q27. The capital of Chhattisgarh is:

(1) Jamshedpur (2) Indore

**(3) Raipur**(4) Bhopal
Q28. Baghdad is the capital of which country?

(1) Afghanistan (2) Kuwait

Q29. What is the sum total of all angles of a right angled triangle ?

(1) 90 degrees (2) 185 degrees

Sol.Sum total of angles of any triangle is 180 degree

**(3) Iraq**(4) Saudi ArabiaQ29. What is the sum total of all angles of a right angled triangle ?

(1) 90 degrees (2) 185 degrees

**(3) 180 degrees**(4) 45 degreesSol.Sum total of angles of any triangle is 180 degree

Q30. In which country is Wimbledon tennis tournament held?

(1) USA (2) Australia (3) France

**(4) England**

Q31. Which of the following devices can be used to directly read image printed text ?

**(1) OCR**(2) OMR (3) MICR (4) All of the above
Sol. This question can be easily answered if you know the full form of OCR which is Optical Character Recognition

Q32. Which of the following are the two main components of the CPU ?

(1) Control Unit and registers (2) Registers and main memory

Q33. The advantage of Component Object Model is it's _______and_______

(1) Compact size, speed readability (3) Compact Size and Speed

Q34. If a computer on the network shares resources for others to use, is is called ______

Q35. The output quality of a printer is measured by

(1) Dot per inch

Q36. Convert: (1111001) base 2 -> ( ) base 10

(1) 31 base 10

Sol. 1x64 + 1x 32 + 1 x 16 + 1 x 8 + 0 x 4+0 x 2 + 1 x 1 = 121

Q32. Which of the following are the two main components of the CPU ?

(1) Control Unit and registers (2) Registers and main memory

**(3) Control Unit and ALU**(4) ALU and BusQ33. The advantage of Component Object Model is it's _______and_______

(1) Compact size, speed readability (3) Compact Size and Speed

**(3) Readability, speed**(4) Low cost, readabilityQ34. If a computer on the network shares resources for others to use, is is called ______

**(1) Server**(2) Client (3) Mainframe (4) None of theseQ35. The output quality of a printer is measured by

(1) Dot per inch

**(2) Dot per sq. inch**(3) Dots printed per unit time (4) All of aboveQ36. Convert: (1111001) base 2 -> ( ) base 10

(1) 31 base 10

**(2) 121 base 10**(3) 27 base 10 (4) 29 base 10Sol. 1x64 + 1x 32 + 1 x 16 + 1 x 8 + 0 x 4+0 x 2 + 1 x 1 = 121