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GRE Questions

A) Rs.4000 | B) Rs.9000 |

C) Rs.5000 | D) Rs.6000 |

Explanation:

Let sum = P and original rate = R. Then

[(P * (R+2) * 3)/100] - [ (P * R * 3)/100] = 360

3P*(R+2) - 3PR = 36000

3PR + 6P - 3PR = 36000

6P = 36000

P = 6000

A) Maggi | B) Ericson |

C) Sona | D) Joel |

Explanation:

If we consider the given numbers 6, 4, 9, 10, 11 to be the month number then we can easily find the killer.

**6** – June – **J**

**4** – April – **A**

**9** – September – **S**

**10** – October – **O**

**11** – November – **N**

Hence the answer is **JOEL**.

A) 66%% | B) 6.5% |

C) 7% | D) 7.5% |

A) 5 Cards in an Old Fan | B) 5 Circles in an Olympic Flag |

C) 5 Colors in an Old Football | D) 5 Colors in an Old Flag |

Explanation:

5 C in an OF denotes **5 Circles in an Olympic Flag.**

These are riddles of type

**52 W in a Y.**

A) Salvage | B) Submerge |

C) Repent | D) Descend |

Explanation:

'Jettison' means to discard and 'salvage' means to rescue something discarded. Hence, 'salvage' is the word which is farthest in meaning to the given word 'Jettison'.

A) 38 | B) 39 |

C) 40 | D) 41 |

Explanation:

Given M.P=45,S.P=42, Profit = 0.05

Let C.P=x , Then

Profit = (42-x)/x = 0.05

=> x = 40.

A) Rs.35 | B) Rs.245 |

C) Rs.350 | D) cannot be determined |

Explanation:

We need to know the S.I, principal and time to find the rate. Since the principal is not given, so data is inadequate.

A) are, are | B) are, is |

C) is, are | D) were, are |