Q:

A) I only | B) III only |

C) I or II only | D) .II and Either I or III only |

Answer: D) .II and Either I or III only

Explanation:

Explanation:

**I. **gives, Rate = 5% p.a.

**II. **gives, S.I. for 1 year = Rs. 600.

**III. **gives, sum = 10 x (S.I. for 2 years).

Now I, and II give the sum.

For this sum, C.I. and hence amount can be obtained.

Thus, III is redundant.

Again, II gives S.I. for 2 years = Rs. (600 x 2) = Rs. 1200.

Now, from III, Sum = Rs. (10 x 1200) = Rs . 12000.

Thus, Rate =

100 x 1200

= 5% p.a.

2 x 12000

Thus, C.I. for 2 years and therefore, amount can be obtained.

Thus, I is redundant.

Hence, I or III redundant.

Q:

A) -6529\frac{-65}{29} | B) 15\frac{1}{5} |

C) 529\frac{5}{29} | D) 1312\frac{13}{12} |

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Q:

A) Momentum | B) Density |

C) Pressure | D) Relative density |

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Q:

A) Chhattisgarh | B) Bihar |

C) Odisha | D) Jharkhand |

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Q:

A) Neither argument I nor II is strong | B) Both arguments I and II are strong |

C) Only argument I is strong | D) Only argument II is strong |

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Q:

A) Only conclusion I follows | B) Only conclusion II follows |

C) Both conclusions I and II follow | D) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows |

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