Prelims exams are very important to clear every

**2. 3\(\sqrt{13824}\) × \(\sqrt{?}\) = 864**?

**3. 60% of 20% of \(\frac{3}{5}\)th of? = 450**

**4. 196 × 948 ÷ 158 = **?

**5. 3.5 + 11.25 × 4.5 – 32.5 = **?

**6. \(\sqrt{4096}\) x 56 / 764 652 = **?

**7. (98360 + 25845 – 36540) ÷ 2500 = **?

**8. 7414 + 3698 + 1257 + 1869 = **?

**9. (\({91}^{2}\)) + (\({41}^{2}\)) – \(\sqrt{?}\) = 9858 **?

**10. (2640 ÷ 48) × (2240 ÷ 35) = **?

**Directions Q (11 – 15)**: What should come in place of question mark (? ) in the following number series.

**11. 121 117 108 92 67 **?

**12. 50 26 14 ? 5 3.5**

**13. 3 23 43 ? 83 103**

**14. 748 737 715 682 638** ?

**15. 1 9 25 49 81 ? 169**

**16. The ratio of ducks and frogs in a pond is 37: 39 respectively. The average number of ducks and frogs in the pond is 152. What is the number of frogs in the pond**?

**17. The number of employees in Companies A, B and C are in a ratio of 4: 5: 6 respectively. If the number of employees in the Companies is increased by 25%, 30%, and 50% respectively, what will be the new ratio of employees working in Companies A, B, and C respectively**?

**18. The average of five positive numbers is 213. The average of the first two numbers is 233.5 and the average of the last two numbers is 271. What is the third number**?

**19. Sonali invests 15% of her monthly salary in insurance policies. She spends 55% of her monthly salary on shopping and on household expenses. She saves the remaining amount of Rs. 12,750. What is Sonali’s monthly income**?

**20. What approximate amount of compound interest can be obtained on an amount of Rs. 9, 650 at the rate of 6% p.a at the end of 3 years**?

**21. A milkman sells 120 liters of milk for Rs. 3,360 and he sells 240 litres of milk for Rs. 6,120. How much concession does the trader give per liter of milk when he sells 240 liters of milk**?

**22. When 3,626 is divided by the square of a number and the answer so obtained is multiplied by 32, the final answer obtained is 2,368. What is the number** ?

**23. The sum of the digits of a two digit number is 14. The difference between the first digit and the second digit of the two digit number is 2. What is the product of the two digits of the two digit number**?

**24. A car runs at the speed of 50 kmph when not serviced and runs at 60 kmph when serviced. After servicing the car covers a certain distance in 6 hours. How much time will the car take to cover the same distance when not serviced**?

**25. Venkat has some ducks and some sheep. If the total number of animal heads is 81 and the total number of animal feet are 268, how many sheep does Venkat have**?

**26. The sum of the two digits of a two digit number is 13. The difference between the two digits of the number is 3. What is the two digit number**?

**27. 25 shirt pieces of 125 cms. each can be cut from a reel of cloth. After cutting these pieces 90 cms. of cloth remains. What is the length of the reel of cloth in metres**?

**28. The sum of the squares of two consecutive positive odd numbers is 650. Which is the larger number**?

**29. The profit earned after selling a pair of shoes for Rs. 2,033 is the same as a loss incurred after selling the same pair of shoes for Rs. 1,063. What is the cost of the shoes**?

**30. When an amount of Rs. 1,58,965 is divided equally amongst 120 people, how much approximate amount would each person get**?

**Directions Q (31 – 35)**:

The graph given below represents the number of users of two broadband services A and B across 5 cities P, Q, R, S and T.

**32. The number of users of brand A in city T is what percent of the number of users of brand B in City Q** ?

**33. What is the average number of users of brand A across all five cities together**?

**34. What is the difference between the total number of users of Brand A and B together in city R and the total number of users of brand A and B together in city P**?

**35. What is the respective ratio of the number of users of the brand A in city P to the number of users of brand B in city S**?

**Solutions**: **Q(1-35)**

**Q1**.

**Answer**: Option C

**Explanation**:

(786 × 64) ÷ 48 = 1048

**Q2**.

**Answer**: Option B

**Explanation**:

3\(\sqrt{13824}\) × \(\sqrt{?}\) = 864

3\(\sqrt{24 × 24 × 24 }\) × \(\sqrt{?}\) = 864

24 × \(\sqrt{?}\) = 864

\(\sqrt{?}\) = \(\frac{864}{24}\)

∴ ? = 36 × 36 = 1296

**Q3**.

**Answer**: Option E

**Explanation**:

\(\frac{60}{100}\) × \(\frac{20}{100}\) × \(\frac{3}{5}\) × ? = 450

⇒\(\frac{9}{125}\) × ? = 450

⇒? = \(\frac{450 × 125}{9}\) = 6250

**Q4**.

**Answer**: Option D

**Explanation**:

? = 196 × 948 ÷ 158 =

\(\frac{196 × 948}{158}\) = 1176

**Q5**.

**Answer**: Option D

**Explanation**:

? = 3.5 + 11.25 × 4.5 – 32.5

= 3.5 + 50.625 – 32.5 = 54.125 – 32.5 = 21.625

**Q6**.

**Answer**: Option C

**Explanation**:

\(\sqrt{4096}\) x 56 / 764 652

\(\frac{64 × 56}{112}\)

= 32

**Q7**.

**Answer**: Option D

**Explanation**:

? = (98360 + 25845 – 36540) ÷ 2500

= 87665 ÷ 2500 = 35.066

**Q8**.

**Answer**: Option E

**Explanation**:

? = 7414 + 3698 + 1257+ 1869 = 14238

**Q9**.

**Answer**: Option B

**Explanation**:

(\({91}^{2}\)) + (\({41}^{2}\)) – \(\sqrt{?}\) = 958

⇒8281 + 1681 – \(\sqrt{?}\) = 9858

\(\sqrt{?}\) = 9962 – 9858 = 104

**Q10**.

**Answer**: Option A

**Explanation**:

? = (2640 ÷ 48) × (2240 ÷ 35)

= 55 × 64 = 3520

**Q11**.

**Answer**: Option A

**Explanation**:

Let the number of ducks and frogs in the pond be 37x and 39x respectively.

\(\frac{37x + 39x}{2}\)

= 152

⇒38x = 152 ⇒ x = \(\frac{152}{38}\) = 4

∴ Number of frogs = 39x

= 39 × 4 = 156

The number of employees in companies A, B and C be 4x, 5x and 6x respectively After increase in the number of employees, required ratio will be

= 4x x \(\frac{125}{100}\): 5x x \(\frac{130}{100}\):6x x \(\frac{150}{100}\)

= 4 × 25 : 5 × 26 : 6 × 30

= 10 : 13 : 18

The number of employees in companies A, B and C be 4x, 5x and 6x respectively After increase in the number of employees, required ratio will be

According to the questions, third number will be

= 5 × 213 – 2 × 233.5 – 2 × 271

= 1065 – 467 – 542 = 56

Let Sonali’s monthly income = Rs. x

Sonali’s percentage monthly spendings = (55 + 15)% = 70%

Percentage savings = 100 – 70 = 30%

30% of x = 12750

⇒x = \(\frac{12750 x 100}{30}\) = Rs 42500

C.I. = P[[1 + \(\frac{r}{100}]^{t}\) – 1]

C.I. = 9650[[1 + \(\frac{6}{100}]^{3}\) – 1]

= 9650 (1.191016 – 1)

= 9650 × 0.191016 ≈ Rs 1843

The rate of milk when milkman sells 120 litres of milk for Rs. 3360

∴ SP = \(\frac{3360}{120}\) = Rs 28

The rate of milk when milkman sells 240 litres of milk for Rs 6120.

∴ SP = \(\frac{6120}{240}\) = Rs 25.5

Required discount = (28 – 25.5) = Rs 2.5

Let the number be x.

∴ SP = \(\frac{3626}{x}^{2}\) x 32 = 2368

⇒\({x}^{2}\) = \(\frac{3626}{2368}\) = 49

∴ x = \(\sqrt{49}\) = 7

Let the two digits number be 10n + m and n > m.

As given, n + m = 14

n – m = 2

On solving the equation,

n = 8, m = 6

Product of digits = 8 × 6 = 48

After servicing, speed of car = 60 km/h

Distance covered in 6 hours

= (60 × 6)km = 360 km

Before servicing, time taken to cover 360 km

∴ Time taken = \(\frac{360km}{50km/h}\) = 7.2 hours

Let Venkat has x ducks and y sheep.

x + y = 81

x = 81 – y …(i)

and 2x + 4y = 268

⇒ 162 – 2y + 4y = 268

⇒ 2y =268 – 162 = 106

⇒ y = \(\frac{106}{2}\) = 53

⇒ Number of sheep = 53

x + y = 13 …(i)

x – y = 3 …(ii)

On adding,

2x = 16

⇒ x = 8

⇒ y = 5

⇒ Numbers are 85 and 58.

Length of the reel

= (25 × 125 + 90) cm

= 3215 cm = 32.15 m

17 × 17 = 289

19 × 19 = 361

Le the CP of the shoes be Rs. x.

⇒ 2033 – x = x – 1063

⇒ 2x = 2033 + 1063 = 3096

x = \(\frac{3096}{2}\) = Rs. 1548

Amount received by each person

= Rs. \(\frac{158965}{120}\) = Rs. 1325

Total number of users of brand B across all Five cities

= 600 + 500 + 650 + 700 + 550 = 3000

700 = x % of 500

700 = \(\frac{x × 500 }{100}\) = Rs. 1325

Required average = \(\frac{500 + 550 + 600 + 550 + 700 }{5}\)

= 580

Required difference = 1250 – 1100 = 150

Required Ratio = \(\frac{500 }{700}\)

= 5.7

Required difference = 1250 – 1100 = 150

Some notes are pencils.

No pencil is paper.

II. Some pencils are books.

III. Some books are papers.

IV. No book is a paper.

**37. Statements**: Some tables are chairs.

No cupboard is a table.

Some chairs are cupboards.

**Conclusions**: I. Some chairs are not tables.

II. All chairs are either tables or cupboards.

III. Some chairs are tables.

IV. All chairs are tables.

**38. Statements**: Notable is fruit.

No fruit is a window.

All windows are chairs.

**Conclusions**: I. No window is table.

II. No chair is fruit.

III. No chair is a table.

IV. All chairs are windows.

**39. Statements**: No man is the sky.

No sky is a road.

Some men are roads.

**Conclusions**: I. No road is a man.

II. No road is the sky.

III. Some skies are men.

IV. All roads are men.

**40. Statements**: All papers are books.

All bags are books.

Some purses are bags.

**Conclusions**: I. Some papers are bags.

II. Some books are papers.

III. Some books are purses.

**Directions Q (41 – 45)**: In the following questions, the symbols %, *, @, $ and # are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.

‘P # Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’.

‘P % Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’.

‘P * Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q’.

‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’.

**41. Statements**: T$K, K#R, R*M

**Conclusions**: I. M*K

II. M % T

III. M$K

**42. Statements**: M%R, R#T, T*N

**Conclusions**: I. N*R

II. N$R

III. N$M

**43. Statements**: V@M, A$M, R#V

**Conclusions**: I. R#A

II . V@A

III. R$M

**44. Statements**: B*D, D@H, H%F

**Conclusions**: I. B*F

II. B$F

III. D$F

**45. Statements**: J#N, K@N, T$K

**Conclusions**: I. J%T

II. T$N

III .N@J

**Directions Q (46 – 50)**: Study the information given below to answer the questions that follow.

**(i) ** There is a family of 5 persons A, B, C, D and E.

**(ii)** They are working as a doctor, a teacher, a trader, a lawyer and a farmer.

**(iii)** B, an unmarried teacher, is the daughter of A.

**(iv)** E, a lawyer, is the brother of C.

**(v)** C is the husband of the only married couple in the family.

**(vi)** Daughter-in-law of A is a doctor.

**46. Which of the following is a group of female members in the family**?

**47. Which of the following is the married couple**?

**48. Which of the following is a group of male members in the family **?

**49. Who is the doctor in the family **?

**50. Who is the trader in the family**?

**Directions Q (51 – 55)**: Answer these questions referring to the symbol-letter-number sequence given below:

E G 4 B H 7 5 @ K 8 D N £ Q Z $ W 3 C 1 9 * l B 2 S 6

**51. How many such consonants are threre in the above sequence which are immediately preceded by a symbol and immediately followed by a digit**?

**52. What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following sequence 4H@, KDQ, ?, ILS**

**53. Which of the following is exactly in the midway between the ninth from the left end and the seventh from right end**?

**54. If the first fifteen elements are written in the reverse order then which of the following will be seventh to the left of twelfth element from right end**?

**55. How many such digits are there in the above sequence which are immediately preceded as well as followed by dig- its**?

**56. In the following sequence of instructions, 1 stand for Run, 2 stands for Stop, 3 stands for Go, 4 stands for Sit and 5 stands for Wait. If the sequence is continued, which instruction will come next**?

4 4 5 4 5 3 4 5 3 1 4 5 3 1 2 4 5 4 5 3 4 5 3

**57. In a certain code, a number 13479 is written as AQFJL and 2568 is written as DMPN. How is 396824 written in that code**?

**58. In a certain code OVER is written as $#%*. and VIST is written as #+×–. How is SORE written in that code**?

**59. A boy goes to see a film and finds a man who is his relative. The man is the husband of the sister of his mother. How is the man related to the boy**?

**60. Laxman went 15 km to the west from my house, then turned left and walked 20 km. He then turned East and walked 25 km and finally turning left covered 20 km. How far was he from my house**?

**61. DH is related to FG in the same way as LV is related to ……**

**62. ‘Offhand’ is related to ‘premeditation’ in the same way as ‘above board’ is related to**:

**63. Rearrange the first four letters, in any way, of the word DECISION. Find how many words can be formed by using all the four words.**

**64. If the last four letters of the word ‘CONCENTRATION’ are written in reverse order followed by the next two in the reverse order and next three in the reverse order and then followed by the first four in the reverse order, counting from the end which letter would be eighth in the new arrangement**?

**65. Five boys took part in a race. Raj finished before Mohit but behind Gaurav. Ashish finished before Sanchit but behind Mohit. Who won the race**?

**Directions Q (66 – 70)**: In each of the questions given below which one of the five answers figures should come after the problem figures, if the sequence were continued?

**66. **

Some notes are books. (conversion)

Hence I follow.

No pencil is paper.

No paper is pencil. (Conversion)

Since III and IV form a complementary I-E pair, either of the two must follow.

Hence, III follows.

No table is cupboard.(conversion)

Since, No table is cupboard.

Some cupboards are chairs.

(E + I = O* type)

Hence, I follows.

No fruit is a table. (conversion)

No window is fruit. (Conversion)

All windows are chairs.

Some chairs are windows. (Conversion)

Hence none follows.

No sky is a man. (conversion)

No road is the sky. (conversion)

Hence II follows.

Some men are roads.

Some roads are not sky.

(E + I = O* type)

No sky is road.

Some roads are men.

Some men are not sky.

(E + I = O* type)

No sky is man.

No road is the sky.

No man is the sky.

Hence, only II follows

Some books are papers. (conversion)

Hence II follows.

Some books are bags.(conversion)

All bags are books.

Some books are purses.(conversion)

Hence, III follows.

Here, T > K …(i)

K≤ R …(ii)

R = M …(iii)

From (ii) and (iii), we get

R = M ≥ K = 3 …(iv)

Now, from (iv) we get M > K (conclusion III) for M = K (conclusion I). Hence, either conclusion I or conclusion III follows. Again, from (i) and (iv) we can’t get any specific relationship between ‘M’ and ‘T’. Hence, conclusion II does not follow.

Here, M < R …(i)

R≤ T …(ii)

T = N …(iii)

From (i), (ii) and (iii), we get

T = N ≥ R =3> …(iv)

Hence, from (iv) we get N = R (conclusion I) or N > R (conclusion II). Hence, either conclusion I or

conclusion II follows. Also, from (iv) we get N > M

(conclusion III). Hence, conclusion III follows.

Here, V ≥ M …(i)

A > M …(ii)

R ≤ V …(iii)

From (i) and (ii), we can’t get any specific relationship between ‘V’ and ‘A’. Hence, conclusion II does not follow. Again from (i) and (iii), we can’t get any specific relationship between ‘M’ and ‘R’. Hence, conclusion III does not follow. On the similar basis we can’t get any specific relationship between ‘A’ and ‘R’ using all (i), (ii) and (iii). Hence, conclusion I does not follow.

Here, B = D …(i)

D ≥ H …(ii)

H < F …(iii)

From (i) and (ii), we get

B = D ≥ H = 3 …(iv)

Now, from (iii) and (iv), we can’t get any specific relationship between B and F (or D and F). Hence, no conclusion follows. But, conclusion I and II make a complementary pair. Hence, either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.

Here, J≤ N …(i)

K ≥ N …(ii)

T > K …(iii)

From (i), (ii) and (iii), we get

T> K ≥ N ≥ J >(iv)

From (iv), we get J N (conclusion II). Hence, conclusion I and conclusion II follow. Conclusion III can be obtained from conversion of (i). Hence, conclusion III follows.

Clearly, B and D are the females members in the family.

From the above table C and D the married couple.

C and E are the male members in the family.

D, the wife of the trader C is the doctor in the family.

C is the trader in the family.

E G 4 B H 7 5 @ K 8 D N £ Q Z $ W 3 C 1 9 * 1 B 2 S 6

The first, second and third element of each group is sixth element to the right of the respective element of previous group as given in all in the sequence.

There are 27 elements in all in the sequence. So, (27 – 9 – 7 = ) 11 elements are between the 9th from left and 7th from right.

Hence, ( 9 + 6 =) 15th element from the left and will be the required answer.

\({7}^{th}\) to the left of \({12}^{th}\) from right

= (12 + 7 =) 19th from right

= (27 – 19 + 1 = ) 9th from left

But the first 15 elements are reversed.

= (15 – 9 + 1 =) \({7}^{th}\) from left in the original sequence = 5.

For the condition to be fulfilled, three digits should be

together but it is not so in the given sequence.

4, 45, 453, 4531, 45312, 45, 453, 4531

The next coded digit will be 1. Hence, the instruction Run will come next.

The sister of one’s mother is one’s maternal aunt. Hence the man is the husband of the boy’s maternal aunt.

From the above diagram required distance = 25 – 15 = 10 km.

‘Offhand’ means fairness in ‘premeditation.’ ‘above board’ has the same sense as the term competition.

The first four letters are D, E, C, I and only word DICE can be formed so the answer is (A).

The new letter sequence is NOITARTNECNOC

The eighth letter from the end is R.

The order in which the five boys reach the finishing line is Gaurav, Raj, Mohit, Ashish, Sanchit. Hence Gaurav won the race.

In each successive problem figure design ‘ ’ rotates anticlockwise through 45°, 90°, 45°, 90° respectively and a new design of its left and then right is added respectively. Thus the answer figure (e) is obtained.

From problem figures 1 to 4 two designs of right change their places with each other and from problem figure 2 to 5, two designs of left change their places with each other. In the same way from problem figure, 3 to 6 two designs of the right will change their places with each other. Thus the answer figure (E) is obtained.

From problem figure 1 to 2 and 3 to 4 the design turning over horizontally situates toward the right side and the design rotating through 90° anticlockwise situates in the middle. As per this rule, the answer figure (E) is obtained.

In each subsequent figure, design change their places as below:

From problem 1 to 2 designs 1 and 2

From problem 2 to 3 designs 3 and 4

From problem 3 to 4 designs 5 sets up at top

From problem 4 to 5 designs 1 and 2 and 5 to 6 design 3 and 4 change their places with each other thus the answer figure (c) is obtained.

In the consecutive figure, the design ‘ . · comes at middle from lower right, at upper left from middle and than at middle. The design ‘★ ’ comes at left middle from upper middle, at right from left middle and at upper middle from right middle. A new design comes lower left from middle.

Once upon a time, there lived a vicious king, Raja Shankara– short-tempered and temperamental. “God I am,” he said to his image as he stared into the mirror every day, many times a day, He was obsessed with himself. He loved no one but himself. He was blinded towards the injustice in his kingdom because he had little time for his subjects. He wasted most of his time in pouring milk and honey over himself.

An interruption in his possessed life was dealt with stern reprimanding and sometimes on petty issues he would behead his servants. Provoked by his evil advisor Twishar, he went on with his self-indulged life, unaware of the plot his very devoted advisor was planning. A plot to dethrone the king, rule the kingdom with his wicked ways only to harness wealth and the reputation of a king.

One morning the king went on his usual morning horseback rounds but returned with a very sad look on his face. He locked himself inside his platial room only to unlock it at sundown. Just as the doors creaked open and Raja Shankara emerged from it, his wife rushed to embrace him. She feared a damaging incident had occurred.

The king spoke seldom that day and awoke the next day to make a proclamation to his servants and subjects. The whole kingdom feared what was in store for them from their angry king. But to their surprise, he said to all gathered, “From now on I will be a different king. A softer and a patient king.”

True to his words from that day on, the king had truly turned on a new leaf; he cleaned out the corruption and injustice in a tender manner with punishments aimed to renew the person from within.

One fine day his evil advisor gathered the courage to ask the reason for his paradigm shift. And the king answered. When I went on horseback that morning a month ago, I noticed a dog brutally chasing a cat. The cat managed to sneak into a hole only after the dog bit her leg, maiming her for life. soon afterward, the dog barked at a farmer who picked up a sharp stone and hit it straight in the dog’s eye. Bleeding profusely, the dog yelped in pain. As the farmer walked on, he slipped on the edge of the road and broke his head.

All this happened in a matter of minutes before me and then I realized that evil begets evil. I thought about it deeply and was ready to give up my worldly life for the betterment of my subjects. I wanted to give up the evil in me as I did not want evil to encounter me.

Sniggering away the immoral advisor thought what a perfect time it was to dethrone the king because the Raja had grown kind-hearted and patient and would not endeavor combat. Thinking how he would plan his attack, he stumbled over a step that took him hurling down the remaining steps, bringing him to a stop with a crash. He howled in pain only to discover he had broken the bones in both his legs.

**72. Why was the king not happy with the old Valuer**?

**73. What proclamation did the Raja make to his subjects**?

**74. What did Raja Shankara’s wife think about the Raja’s peculiar behavior that particular day**?

**75. What was the reason for Raja Shankara’s change in behavior**?

**76. What can possibly be the moral of the story**?

**77. How did Raja Shankara treat all his servants if they interrupted him before he changed into a good person**?

**78. What plan did Twishar have with regard to the Raja**?

**79. Why did Twishar think that this was the best time to dethrone the Raja**?

**80. What did the dog do to the cat**?

**Directions Q (81 – 85)**: Which of the phrases (A), (B), (C) and (D) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, mark (E) as the answer.

**81. Her entry to the office party was restricted as an official inquiry had been constituted against her.**

**82. Rima was at her wit’s end trying to figure out what to buy for her friend’s birthday.**

**83. Pritesh while away his time in playing games on the computer instead of studying.**

**84. Mohan had made up his mind about going on the world tour all alone.**

**85. She rushed to the station but could find any trace of her daughter there.**

**Directions Q (86 – 90)**: In each question below, a sentence with four words printed in bold type is given. These are numbered as (A), (B), (C) and (D). One of these four words printed in bold may be either wrongly spelled or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word which is wrongly spelled or inappropriate, if any. The number of that word is your answer. If all the words printed in bold are correctly spelled and also appropriate in the context of the sentence, mark (E) i.e., ‘All correct’ as your answer.

**86.**

**87.**

**88.**

**89. **

**90.**

**Directions Q (91 – 100)**: In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of-of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

Once upon a time, two friends were **(91)** through the desert. During some point of the **(92)**, they had an argument, and one friend slapped the other one in the face. The one who got slapped was **(93)**, but without saying anything, he wrote in the sand, “Today my best friend slapped me in the face.” They kept on walking **(94)** they found an oasis, where they **(95)** to take both. The one, who had been slapped, got **(96)** in the quicksand and started drowing, but the friend saved him. After the friend **(97)** from the near drowning, he wrote on a stone, “The friend who had slapped and saved his best friend asked him, “After I hurt you, you wrote in the sand and **(98)** you write on a stone, why?” The other friend **(99)**, “When someone hurts us, we should write it down in the sand where winds of forgiveness can erase it away. But, when someone does something good for us, we must **(100)** it in stone where no wind can ever erase it.”

**91. **

**92. **

**93.**

**94. **

**95. **

**96. **

**97. **

**98. **

**99. **

**100. **

**Solutions**: **Q(46-50)**

**Q71**.

**Answer**: Option E

**Q72**.

**Answer**: Option D

**Q73**.

**Answer**: Option C

**Q74**.

**Answer**: Option A

**Q75**.

**Answer**: Option E

**Q76**.

**Answer**: Option E

**Q77**.

**Answer**: Option C

**Q78**.

**Answer**: Option A

**Q79**.

**Answer**: Option C

**Q80**.

**Answer**: Option B

**Q81**.

**Answer**: Option C

**Q82**.

**Answer**: Option E

**Q83**.

**Answer**: Option A

**Q84**.

**Answer**: Option D

**Q85**.

**Answer**: Option B

**Q86**.

**Answer**: Option C

**Q87**.

**Answer**: Option E

**Q88**.

**Answer**: Option D

**Q89**.

**Answer**: Option A

**Q90**.

**Answer**: Option B

**Q91**.

**Answer**: Option A

**Q92**.

**Answer**: Option A

**Q93**.

**Answer**: Option E

**Q94**.

**Answer**: Option B

**Q95**.

**Answer**: Option A

**Q96**.

**Answer**: Option B

**Q97**.

**Answer**: Option D

**Q98**.

**Answer**: Option A

**Q99**.

**Answer**: Option E

**Q100**.

**Answer**: Option C