UGC NET Solved Paper - I Reasoning and Logical Reasoning Part - 6

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  1.  If INSURANCE is coded as ECNARUSNI, how HINDRANCE will be coded?
    1.  AENIRHDCN
    2.  CADNIHWCE
    3.  ECNARDNIH
    4.  HANODEINR

  2. On January 12, 1980, it was a Saturday.  The day of the week on January 12, 1979 was
    1.  Thursday
    2.  Sunday
    3.  Saturday 
    4.  Friday

  3. If water is called food, food is called tree, tree is called earth, earth is called world, which of the following grows a fruit?
    1.  World 
    2.  Water
    3.  Tree
    4.  Earth

  4. What is the smallest number of ducks that could swim in this formation – two ducks in front of a duck, two ducks behind a duck and a duck between two ducks?
    1.  8
    2.  7
    3.  5
    4.  3

  5. In a certain code, PAN is written as 31 and PAR as 35, then PAT is written in the same code as ______
    1.  70
    2.  37
    3.  39
    4.  30

  6. Find the wrong number in the sequence: 52, 51, 48, 43, 34, 27, 16 
    1.  36
    2.  34
    3.  37
    4.  38

  7. If 5472 = 9, 6342 = 6, 7584 = 6, what is 9236?
    1.  2
    2.  3
    3.  4
    4.  5

  8. Mr. A, Miss B, Mr. C and Miss D are sitting around a table and discussing their trades.
    (i) Mr. A sits opposite to the cook.
    (ii) Miss B sits right to the barber
    (iii) The washerman sits right to the barber
    (iv) Miss D sits opposite to Mr. C
    What are the trades of A and B?
    1.  Barber and cook
    2.  Tailor and washerman
    3.  Tailor and barber
    4.  Tailor and cook

  9. Determine the relationship between the pair of words ALWAYS : NEVER and then select from the following pair of words which have a similar relationship :
    1.  frequently : occasionally
    2.  intermittently : casually
    3.  often : rarely
    4.  constantly : frequently

  10. In an examination, 35% of the total students failed in Hindi, 45% failed in English and 20% in both. The percentage of those who passed in both subjects is
    1.  10
    2.  20
    3.  30
    4.  40



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