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**SAMPLE QUESTIONS**

**Q1. Two pipes P and Q can fill a tank in 6 hours and 9 hours respectively, while a third pipe R can empty the tank in 12 hours. Initially, P and R are open for 4 hours. Then P is closed and Q is opened. After 6 more hours R is closed. The total time taken to fill the tank (in hours) is _________.**

(A) 13.50

(B) 14.50

(C) 15.50

(D) 16.50

**Q2. Fiscal deficit was 4% of the GDP in 2015 and that increased to 5% in 2016. If the GDP increased by 10% from 2015 to 2016, the percentage increase in the actual fiscal deficit is __________.**

(A) 37.50

(B) 35.70

(C) 25.00

(D) 10.00

**Q3. While teaching a creative writing class in India, I was surprised at receiving stories from the students that were all set in distant places: in the American West with cowboys and in Manhattan penthouses with clinking ice cubes. This was, till an eminent Caribbean writer gave the writers in the once-colonised countries the confidence to see the shabby lives around them as worthy of being “told”.**

**The writer of this passage is surprised by the creative writing assignments of his students, because _____________.**

(A) Some of the students had written stories set in foreign places

(B) None of the students had written stories set in India

(C) None of the students had written about ice cubes and cowboys

(D) Some of the students had written about ice cubes and cowboys

**Q4. If IMHO = JNIP; IDK = JEL; and SO = TP, then IDC = _____________.**

(A) JDE

(B) JED

(C) JDC

(D) JCD

**Q5. The product of three integers X, Y and Z is 192. Z is equal to 4 and P is equal to the average of X and Y. What is the minimum possible value of P?**

(A) 6

(B) 7

(C) 8

(D) 9.5

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