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GRE Questions

A) Krishna | B) Godavari |

C) Kaveri | D) Narmada |

Explanation:

Godavari, India's second longest river after the river Ganga and is one among the peninsular rivers.

The river Godavari is often referred to as Vridha Ganga because of its large size and extent among the peninsular rivers.

A) Dr. G. D. Bist | B) J.R.D. Tata |

C) J.M. Tagore | D) Khudada Khan |

Explanation:

**Dr. G. D. Bist**, Guinness Record Holder, the first-ever Ph.D. in Stenography in the world.

He had achieved a highest speed of **250 w.p.m**. in Shorthand.

A) 100% | B) 200% |

C) 300% | D) 400% |

Explanation:

Let the C.P be Rs.100 and S.P be Rs.x, Then

The profit is (x-100)

Now the S.P is doubled, then the new S.P is 2x

New profit is (2x-100)

Now as per the given condition;

=> 3(x-100) = 2x-100

By solving, we get

x = 200

Then the Profit percent = (200-100)/100 = 100

Hence the profit percentage is 100%

A) 2 years | B) 2.5 years |

C) 3 years | D) 4 years |

Explanation:

Amount = Rs.(30000+4347) = Rs.34347

let the time be n years

Then,30000(1+7/100)^n = 34347

(107/100)^n = 34347/30000 = 11449/10000 = (107/100)^2

n = 2years

A) 12.5% | B) 13.5% |

C) 11.5% | D) 14.5% |

Explanation:

Let principal = P, Then, S.I.= P and Time = 8 years

We know that S.I. = PTR/100

**Rate** = [(100 x P)/ (P x 8)]% = 12.5% per annum.

A) 650 | B) 690 |

C) 698 | D) 700 |

Explanation:

S.I. for 1 year = Rs. (854 - 815) = Rs. 39.

S.I. for 3 years = Rs.(39 x 3) = Rs. 117.

Principal = Rs. (815 - 117) = Rs. 698

A) Similar | B) Homogenous |

C) Contrast | D) Alike |

Explanation:

**Vaunt -** Vaunt means to boast or to praise about something excessively.

**Flaunt -** Flaunt also means to boast about something or to praise something.

Flaunt is the synonym of the word Vaunt.

**Disparate -** Disparate means essentially different in its kind or unlike or not able to be compared.

Then the required word is the synonym of Disparate.

Here in the given options, **Contrast** is the only word which is similar in meaning of Disparate.

Hence, **Vaunt : Flaunt :: Disparate : Contrast.**