# Mission IBPS Exam: Test of the Day

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### Read the following information and answer the questions given below it:

### Paresh Jain has three children – Suchita, Vimal and Amol. Amol married Megha, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mittal. The Mittal married their youngest daughter to the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Joshi, and they had two children named Tushar and Shrikant. The Mittals have two more children, Gautam and Vardha, both elder to Veena. Nitesh and Swapnil are sons of Amol and Megha. Poonam is the daughter of Tushar.

### 1. What is the surname of Poonam?

Jain

Joshi

Mittal

Cannot be determined

None of these-
### 2. How is Nitesh related to Megha’s father?

Grandson

Cousin

Son

Son-in-law

None of these -
### 3. What is the surname of Nitesh?

Joshi

Jain

Mittal

Cannot be determined

None of these ### 4.How is Mrs. Mittal related to Amol?

Mother

Sister-in-law

Mother-in-Law

Aunt

None of these-
### 5. If A is B’s sister. C is B’s mother, D is C’s father and E is D’s mother, then how is A related to D?

Grandmother

Grandfather

Daughter

Granddaughter

None of these ### 6. If an amount of Rs. 74336 is equally divided amongst 150 people, how much approximate amount would each person get?

Rs. 22

Rs. 485

Rs. 496

Rs. 488

Rs. 510### 7. Mr Sarang invests 6% of his monthly salary, i.e., Rs. 2100 on insurance policies. Also he invests 8% of his monthly salary on family mediclaim policies and another 9% of his salary on NSCs. What is the total annual amount invested by Mr Sarang?

Rs. 11400

Rs. 96600

Rs. 8050

Rs. 9500

None of these### 8. A trader sells 145 m of cloth for Rs. 12325 at the profit of Rs. 10 per metre of cloth. What is the cost price of 1 m cloth?

Rs. 65

Rs. 75

Rs. 95

Rs. 85

None of these

### 9. There are 7 dozen candles kept in a box. If there are 14 such boxes, how many candles are there in all the boxes together?

1176

98

1216

168

None of these

### 10. What is the greater of two numbers whose product is 1092 and the sum of the two numbers exceeds their difference by 42?

48

44

52

54

None of these

### 11.

immodestly

imperiously

arrogantly

snobbishly

quietly### 12.

mien

arousal

excitement

composure

agitation

13.

clobbering

chastising

thumping

lashing### 14.

irritating

vexing

scraping

grinding

rasping### 15.

conceded

repudiated

refused

disputed

contradicted

The answer is (2)

The answer is (1)

The answer is (2)

The answer is (3)

The answer is (2)

The answer is (3)

The answer is (3)

The answer is (2)

The answer is (1)

The answer is (2)

### Directions (Questions.11-15): In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. For each blank five words have been suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

### With Rahane batting (11) at the other end, Kohli gradually regained his (12). By the time Johnson returned for his next spell, the India vice-captain had scored his third century of the tour. He and Rahane were well on their way to post the first-ever fourth-wicket double-hundred stand at the historic MCG. Johnson was welcomed to the crease with three (13) pull shots, each more (14) than the next. It was Johnson who was rattled now. Two balls later, Kohli did what he had been doing for the rest of the day. He covered the line of a full delivery and punched the ball down the ground. Kohli and Rahane ran three. Johnson had (16) over a 100 runs without a wicket.

The answer is (2)

The answer is (4)

The answer is (1)

The answer is (5)

The answer is (1)