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10. According to the venn diagram, which number represents 'Boys who participate in athletics and also play cricket'?

Options

A : 1

B : 2

C : 11

D : 3

6. How many blocks in a mile?

Options

A : 8 - 12

B : 12 - 15

C : 8 - 15

D : 15 - 20

7. What does this symbol mean '&'?

Options

A : Caret

B : Bar

C : Ampersand

D : Reversed Caret

8. 8(6+5) - 10 =?

Options

A : 76

B : 78

C : 80

D : 82

9. How many lines of symmetry does a Pentagon have?

Options

A : 4

B : 5

C : 6

D : 0

10. What is Latus Rectum of Parabola?

Options

A : line segment

B : vertex

C : focus

D : major axis

2. How many blocks in a mile?

Options

A : 8 - 12

B : 12 - 15

C : 8 - 15

D : 15 - 20

3. What does this symbol mean '&'?

Options

A : Caret

B : Bar

C : Ampersand

D : Reversed Caret

4. 8(6+5) - 10 =?

Options

A : 76

B : 78

C : 80

D : 82

5. How many lines of symmetry does a Pentagon have?

Options

A : 4

B : 5

C : 6

D : 0

6. What do you understand by - 'If K is there L has to be there'

Options

A : K & L will always be together

B : K is not there, then L will not be there

C : k is there, then L will also be there

D : K & L will always be not together

7. A university library budget committee must reduce exactly five of eight areas of expenditure?I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P?in accordance with the following conditions: If both I and O are reduced, P is also reduced. If L is reduced, neither N nor O is reduced. If M is reduced, J is not reduced. Of the three areas J, K, and N exactly two are reduced. Question : If both K and N are reduced, which one of the following is a pair of areas neither of which could be reduced?

Options

A : I, L

B : J, L

C : J, M

D : I, J

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