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## Tuesday, May 17, 2011

### Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability) CLAT 2009

Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability) CLAT 2009

1. The average monthly income of a person in a certain family of 5 members is Rs. 1000. What will be monthly average income of one person in the same family, if the income of one person increased by Rs. 12,000 per year?
(A) Rs. 1200
(B) Rs. 1600
(C) Rs.2000
(D) Rs.3400
2. A dishonest shopkeeper uses a weight of 800 gm for  1 kg and professes to sell his good at cost price. His profit is—
(A)       20%
(C)       24%
(B)       21%
(D)       25%
3. By selling 11 oranges for a rupee, a man loses 10%. How many oranges for a rupee should he sell to gain 10% ?
(A) 9
(B) 10
(C) 8
(D) 5
4. A person takes 3 hours to walk a certain distance and riding back. He could walk both ways in 5 hours. How long could it take to ride both ways?
(A) 1.5 hr
(B) l hr
(C) 0.5km/hr
(D) 2hrs
5. Change 1/8 into percentage ?
(A) 12.5%
(B) 15%
(C) 8%
(D) 25%
6. 12.5% of 80 is equal to ?
(A)8
(B) 20
(C)10
(D) 40

7. Which number should fill the blank space to complete the series: 1, 2, 4,5, 7, 8, 10, 11,……….
(A) 12
(B) 13
(C) 14
(D) 15
8. The smallest of the fractions given below?
(A) 9/10
(C) 11/12
(B) 23/28
(D) 32/33
9. Three friends shared the cost of a television. If Amit, Bharat and Dinesh each paid Rs. 4200, Rs. 3000 and Rs. 1800 respectively, then Dinesh paid what per cent of the total cost?
(A)10%
(B) 20%
(C)30%
(D) 40%
10. The average age of 29 boys of a class is equal to 14 years. When the age of the class teacher is included the average becomes 15 years. Find the age of the class teacher?
(A)44 years
(B) 40 years
(C) 52 years
(D) 66 years
11. It takes 8 people working at equal rates to finish a work in 96 days. How long will 6 workers take for the same work?
(A) 92 days
(B) 128 days
(C) 111 days
(D) 84days
12. Ram’s income is 20% less than Shyam’s. How much is Shyam’s income more than Ram’s in percentage terms?
(A)       20%
(B) 30%
(C) 25%
(D) 15%

13. The monthly salary of A, B and C are in the ratio 2 : 3 : 5. If C’s Monthly salary is Rs. 1,200 more than that of A. Find B’s monthly salary
(A) Rs. 2000
(B) Rs. 1000
(C)Rs  1500
(D) Rs. 1200
14. In a town there are 94500 people. 2/9 of them are foreigners, 6400 are immigrants and the  rest are natives. How many are       natives?
(A) 67100
(B) 27400
(C) 77600
(D) 88100
15. Total salary of three persons A, B and C is Rs. 1,44,000. They spend 80%, 85% and 75% respectively. If their savings are in the ratio 8:9:20, find C’s salary ?
(A) 48000
(B) 64000
(C) 40000
(D) 32000
16. The population of a town is 155625. For every 1000 males there are 1075 females. If 40% of the males and 24% of the females are literate, find the percentage of literacy in the town?
(A) 33.7
(B)  32.7
(C)31.7
(D) 30.7
17. 10 sheep and 5 pigs were bought for 6,000. If the average price of a sheep is Rs. 450, find the average price of pig?
(A)Rs.380
(B) Rs. 410
(C)Rs. 340
(D) Rs. 300
18. Ram weight 25 kg more than Shyam. Their combined weight is 325 kg. How much does Shyam weight?
(A)       150 kg
(C)       125kg
(B)       200 kg
(D)       160kg
19.Find out the wrong number in the series 3, 8, 15, 24, 34, 48, 63
(A) 24
(B) 34
(C) 15
(D) 63
20.What is the location value of 7 in the figure 9872590?
(A) 72590
(B) 7
(C) 70000
(D) 7000
 1 A 2 D 3 A 4 B 5 A 6 C 7 B 8 C 9 B 10 A 11 B 12 C 13 D 14 A 15 B 16 C 17 D 18 A 19 B 20 C

### Common Law Admission Test CLAT sample papers with answers Quantitative Aptitude / Numerical Ability

CLAT Sample Question Paper
Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) conducted by National Law Institute
objective questions
Quantitative Aptitude / Numerical Ability
1. Sonia remembers that her father’s birthday was certainly after eighth but before thirteenth of December. Her sister Sushmita remembers that their father’s birthday was definitely after ninth but before fourteenth of December. On which date of December was their father’s birthday?
(A) 10
(B) 11
(C) 12
Ans. (D)
2. Sudir remembers that his mother’s birthday is after 15th but before 20th of April, while his sister Kalpana remembers that her mother’s birthday is before 22nd but after 48th of April, if both of them are correct, then on which date is the birthday of their mother?
(A) 18th
(B) 19th
(C) 20th
(D) 16th
Ans. (B)
3. I remember that my brother’s interview is some day between 2nd August and 28th August. My mother remembers that his interview is some day between 26th August and 3rd September. If 2nd August falls on Thursday on which day and date will my brother’s interview be held?
(A) Tuesday
(B) Friday
(C) Monday
(D) Wednesday
Ans. (C)
4. Mala remembers that she had to attend a wedding after 17th July but before 29th July
Lalita remembers that she too had to attend that wedding after 27th July but before 3rd August. When is the wedding day?
(A) 2nd August
(B) 1st August
(C) 26th July
Ans. (D)
5. Rajesh remembers that his cousin’s birthday is after 10th but before 17th May, His sister Radha remembers that her cousin’s birthday is after 9th but before 12th May. When is the
cousin’s birthday?
(A) 9th May
(B) 10th May
(C) 11th May
(D) Data insufficient
Ans. (C)
66. Devesh leaves house at 20 minutes to seven in the morning, reaches Ramesh’s house in 25th the morning, re4ches Ramesh’s house in 25 minutes, they finish their breakfast in another 15 minutes and leave for their office which takes another 35 minutes. At what time do they leave Ramesh’s home to reach their office?
(A) 7.40A.M.
(B) 8.15A.M.
(C) 7.20AM
(D) 7.55 A.M.
Ans. (C)
7. An application was received by inward clerk in the afternoon of a weak day. Next day he forwarded it to the table of the Senior clerk, who was on leave that day. the senior clerk next day evening put up the application to the desk officer. Desk officer studied the application and disposed off the matter on the same day, i.e., Friday. Which day the application was received by the inward clerk?
(A) Tuesday
(B) Earlier Week’s Saturday
(C) Wednesday
(D) Monday
Ans. (A)
8. A man had missed the bus going to his village when he reached the bus terminal at 3 p.m. At the same time an announcement was made that the next bus for the same destination will leave in 2 hours time, as the bus leaves every seven hours. At what time had the bus left the terminal?
(A) 10. a.m.
(B) 12. p.m.
(C) 9. p.m.
(D) 8. a.m.
Ans. (A)
9.Flight  to Mumbai leaves every 5 hours. At the information counter I learnt that the flight took off 25 minutes before. If the time now is 10:45 am., what is the time for the next flight?
(A) 4:10a.m.
(B) 2:20a.m.
(C) 3:30p.m.
(D) 3:20p.m.
Ans. (D)
10. Bus for Hatras leaves every 31/2 hours. If the bus for Hatras has left 20 minutes ago and the next bus as per schedule will leave at 6 : 30 p.m., what is the time now?
(A) 3:00p.m.
(B) 6:10p.m.
(C) 3:20p.m.
(D) 3:50p.m.
Ans. (D)
11. How is ½ % expressed as a decimal fraction?
(A) 0.005
(B) 0.05
(C) 0.5
(D) None of these
Ans. (A)
12. Of which number is 900, 60%?
(A) 1200
(B) 1600
(C) 1500
(D) 1800
Ans. (C)
13. If 4096 = 64.0, then the value of 40.96 + 0.4096 +0.004096 +0.00004096 is —
(A) 7.09
(B) 7.1014
(C) 7.1104
(D) 7.12
Ans. (C)
14. Find the value of 10 +25 + 108 + 169
(A) 4
(B) 6
(C) 8
(A) 4
(D) 13
Ans. (A)
15. Find the value of [(4)3 + (4)2 + 4 ] – [(4)2 + (4) ]
(A) 40
(B) 48
(C) 64
(D) 80
Ans. (C)
16. Which one date is wrong assuming the other three are right?
(A) Saturday : 7 January, 1965
(B) Saturday: 11 February, 1965
(C) Saturday : 11 March, 1965
(D) Saturday: 14 April, 1965
Ans. (D)
17. Two trains travel in the same direction at 56 km and 29 km per hour and the faster train passes a man sitting in the slower train in 16 seconds. What will be the length of the faster train?
(A) 100 m
(B) 102 m
(C) 120 m
(D) 125 m
Ans. (C)
18. If 0.5 x + 0.7 y = 0.74 and 0.3x + 0.5 y = 0.5 then
(A) x = 0.7 y = 0.5
(B) x = 0.6, y = 0.4
(C) x = 0.5, y = 0.7
(D) x = 0.3, y = 0.5
Ans. (C)
Directions (Q. 19—21): In each of the number series given in these questions, one of the numbers is wrong. Find out the wrong number.
19. 2, 2, 4, 6, 15, 45, 157, 5
(A) 2
(B) 4
(C) 6
(D) 15
Ans. (B)
20. 508, 252, 124, 60, 28, 14, 4
(A) 252
(B) 14
(C) 60
(D) 28
Ans. (B)
21. 5, 11, 19, 29, 38, 55
(A) 38
(B) 23
(C) 58
(D) 123
Ans. (A)
22. The ratio of first and second class fares between two stations is 4: 1 and that of number of passengers travelling by first aid second class is 1: 40. If Rs. 11000 is collected at total fare, the amount collected from first class passengers is—
(A) Rs: 275
(B) Rs.315
(C) Rs.137.50
(D) Rs.1000
Ans. (D)
23. The average marks of 48 students in a class are 45. The average marks of the boys in the class is 40 and the average marks of girls in the class is 50. What is the ratio between the number of boys and girls in the class?
(A) 3: 5
(B) 4:5
(C) 1:1
Ans. (C)
24. In a joint family the average age of grand parents is 67 years, the average age of parents is 35 years and that of three grand children is 6 years. What is the average age of family?
(A) 28 4/7 years
(B) 31 5/7 years
(C) 32 ½ years
Ans. (B)
25. The average earning of a mechanic for the first four days of a week is- Rs. 18 and for the last four day is Rs. 22.  If he earns Rs.20 on the fourth day, his average for the whole week is—
(A) Rs.18.95
(C) Rs.20
(B) Rs.16
(D) Rs.25.71
Ans. (C)

### Common Law Admission Test CLAT practice paper General Awareness

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1. Which of the following gave a tough resistance in India to the army of Alexander?
(A) Bimbsara
(B) Bindusara
(C) Poras
(D) Harshvardhan
Ans. (C)
2. Alberuni accompanied to India with—
(B) Mabmud of Ghazni
(C) Timurlang
Ans. (B)
3. Which of the following are the Indian astronomer and mathematician during the reign of?
(A) Charak
(B) Banbhatta
(C) Aryabhatta
(D) Susrut
Ans. (C)
4. Russia sent troops during the end of 1979 to—
(A) India
(B) America
(C) Afghanistan
(D) Pakistan
Ans. (C)
5. Analects is the sacred book of—
(A) Taoism
(B) Confucianism
(C) Judaism
(D) Shintoism
Ans. (A)
6. Which of the following held the post of Deputy Prime Minister of India simultaneously with Jagjivan Ram?
(A) Y. B. Chavan
(B) Charan Singh
(C) Guljari Lal Nanda
(D) B. D. Jatti
Ans. (B)
7. Which one of the following is popularly called ‘Dakshin Ganga’?
(A) Cauvery
(B) Godavari
(D) Krishna
Ans. (B)
8. Which state in India is called the ‘Garden of Spices’?
(A) Assam
(C) Kerala
(D) Karnataka
Ans. (C)
9. Synagogue is the place of worship of—
(A) Taosim
(B) Zoroastrianism
(C) Judaism
(D) Shintoism
Ans. (C)
10. The first Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to Tinbergen and Frisch in—
(A) 1969
(B) 1968
(C) 1970
(D) 1967
Ans. (A)
11. Mohoroviac Discontinuity is—
(A) A tear fault in ocean floor
(B) The boundary between Earth’s crust and mantle
(C) Sliding rigid Plates of lithosphere
(D) Mid-Atlantic ridge
Ans. (B)
12. Aspirin is—
(A) Methyl Salicylate
(B) Methyl Benzoic Acid
(C) Acetyl Salicylic Acid
(D) Phenyl Salicylate
Ans. (C)
13. The United Nations Organization was established in—
(A) 1944
(B) 1945
(C) 1950
(D) 1939
Ans. (B)
14. The first Afro-Asian Conference where Panchsheel was advocated was held in—
(A) Cairo
(B) Algiers
(C) Bandung
(D) Colombo
Ans. (C)
15. Super 301 envisages retaliatory action by the United States against countries it believes, to be—
(A) Incurring large external debts and failing in its debt repayment
(B) Violating human rights
(C) Against free enterprise
(D) Blocking free international trade practices
Ans. (D)
16. The first Chairman of Administrative Reforms Committee was—
(A) K. Hanumanthia
(B) Morarji Desai
(C) V.K.R.V. Rao
(D) Amul Desai
Ans. (B)
17. The present Indian Constitution came into force in—
(A) 1949
(C) 1952
(B) 1950
(D) 1148
Ans. (B)
18. From each according to his ability, to each according to his work’ is the basis of—
(A) Socialism
(B) Capitalism
(C) Communism
(D) Fascism
Ans. (C)
19. The term ‘Stagflations’ is used to describe—
(A) Fixed prices and wages
(B) Stagnation in production and inflation
(C) High productivity and price rise
(D) A stagnant economy
Ans. (B)
20. The abbreviation ‘UNEF’ stands for—
(A) United National Eritrean Front
(B) United Nations Emergency Force
(C) United Nations Educational Faculty
(D) None of these
Ans. (B)
21. “Workers of the World Unite” was said by the following—
(A) Karl Marx
(C) Chanakya
(B) Machiavelli
(D) John Stuart Mill
Ans. (A)
22. The term ‘Coup of the teat’ is used for—
(A) Peaceful co-existence of super powers
(B) Constitutional change of government
(C) Change of government due to the death of highest authority
(D) Violent overthrow of government
Ans. (D)
23. Karl Popper is a great name associated with—
(A) Social philosophy
(B) Drama
(C) Psychoanalyst
(D) None of these
Ans. (C)
24. Name the person who was popularly known as “Deshbandhu”.
(A) A.G. Khan
(C) C.F. Andrews
(B) C.R. Das
(D) D. Naoroji
Ans. (B)
25. The author of the ancient Hindu Law is—
(A) Panin
(B) Valmiki
(C) Manu
(D) Lord Krishna
Ans. (C)

### Free Study Material Online MCQ Quiz Common Law Admission Test CLAT

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Multiple Choice Solved Questions CLAT
1. A student ranks 18th in the class of 45, what is his rank from the last?
(A) 27th
(B) 28th
(C) 29th
(D) 30th
Ans. (B)
2. In a row of boys Sandesh is 8th from the right and Chunkey is 12th from the left ,when Sandesh and Chunkey interchange their positions, Chunkey becomes 21st from the left which of the following will be Sandesh’s position from the right?
(A) 8th
(B) 17th
(C) 21st
(D) Cannot be determined
Ans. (B)
Directions:Answer the following questions based on the following alphabet— ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST UVWXYZ
3. If every even letter beginning from ‘B’ is replaced by odd number beginning with 3, which number/letter will be the third to the right of the tenth number/letter counting from your right?
(A) M
(B) S
(C) 23
(D) None of these
Ans. (D)
4. If the alphabet is written in the reverse order and every alternate letter starting with Y is dropped, which letter will be exactly in the middle in the remaining letters of alphabet?
(A) M
(B) O
(C) M or O
(D) N
Ans. (D)
5. What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following sequence?
BZA  DYE  GXI  KWM?
(A) OVT
(B) NUQ
(C) PVQ
(D) QUA
Ans. (C)
6. If you pick up from the alphabet, the sixth and the fourteenth letters from your right and then pick up, the fifth and the twentieth letters from your left and form a meaningful word, what is the first letter of that word ?
(A) M
(B) B
(C) No meaningful word can be formed
(D) More
Ans. (A)
7. In a certain code ‘FORM’ is written as ‘ERQP’ How will’ CLEAN’ be written in that code?
(A) BOFDO
(C) BODDM
(B) GKHBQ
(D) GMKBQ
Ans. (C)
8. If sign ‘—‘ means ‘plus’ sign ‘+‘ means ‘minus’ sign x means ‘divided by’ and sign ‘÷‘ means ‘multiplied by’. Then simplify— 7—8 x 5 ÷ 6 + 4
(A) 3
(B) 12
(C) l2 3/5
(D) 48 /5
Ans. (C)
9. If ‘—‘ (minus) means ‘multiplied by’, ‘x’ means ‘plus’, ‘+‘means ‘divided by’ and ‘÷‘ means ‘minus’, than the value of 14— l0 x 4 ÷ 16 + 8 is—
(A) 134
(B) 142
(C) 6
(D) 2
Ans. (B)
10. In a club, 20 per cent of the members own only two cars each, 40% of the remaining own 3 cars each and the remaining members own only one car each. Which of the following statements is definitely true from the given statements ?
(A) Only 20% of the total members own three cars each
(B) 48% of the total members own one car each
(C) 60% of the total members own at least two cars each
(D) 80% of the total members own at least one car
Ans. (B)
11. “The Journalists who indulge in yellow journalism should be put behind the bar”. Which of the following would be the strongest argument against this suggestion?
(A) There is bound to be a strong opposition from press
(B) Why only journalists ? What about politicians ?
(C) We should concentrate on other major issues of national importance
(D) Yellow journalism is nothing but little essential spice added to actual happenings around us.
Ans. (D)
Directions—(Q. 12-14): In a village of Bastar district in Madhya Pradesh, only two types of people live who belong to a tribal class. The first type is known as class A, while the other is known as class B. In that village, there is no other type of person except these two. The activities of both types of people are governed by perfectly patterned norms of social behaviour. Each person of the tribe has to obey the norms. They are rigid about this.
As far as marriage is concerned, the following norms are to be followed—
I. The people of class A cannot marry any other member of their own class though they can marry members of class B.
II. After being married, each male member ceases to be a member of that class in which he was born but, automatically, he becomes the member of the other class to which his wife belongs.
III. As far as fema1esare concerned, they remain the members qf their own class after being married.
IV. On his birth, the child automatically becomes the member of his mother’s
class.
V. When any male member becomes widower or divorcee, then he again belongs to the group in which he was born.
VI. No body can marry more than one person according to social laws.
12. One boy, who was born in class B (boy and his wife both can have married and unmarried brothers), which of the following is true—
(A) Can have his uncle which from any class
(B) Can have his daughter in class B
(C) Can have a before divorced son in class B
(D) Can have a son-in-law born in class A
Ans. (C)
13. Which of the following marriage is not permissible according to the social laws?
(A) Any boy of class B marries his father’s sister
(B) Any girl of class B marries his mother’s brother
(C) Any widower born class A marries his brother’s widow
(D) Any widower marries his wife’s sister
Ans. (B)
14. Any class B female can have?
I. Grand father born in class A
II. Grand mother born in class A
(A) Only I can be true
(B) Only II can be true
(C) Either I or II ca be true
(D) Neither I or II can be true
Ans. (A)
Directions—(Q. 15—19): Trace out the missing number in each of the following questions—
15.          6, 8, 10, 11, 14, 14,?
(A) 116
(B) 18
(C) 21
(D) 25
Ans. (B)
16.          759, 871, 647, 1095?
(A) 199
(B) 1191
(C) 334
(D) 542
Ans. (A)
17.           15, 7,?, 14, 60, 28, 120
(A) 10
(B) 20
(C) 30
(D) 45
Ans. (C)
18.          13, 15, 15, 17, 17, 17, ?
(A) 21
(B) 14
(C) 20
(D) 19
Ans. (D)
19.              1, 1, 2, 4, 3, ?, 4, 16
(A) 9
(B) 5
(C) 7
(D) 6
Ans. (A)
Directions—(Q. 20—24): These questions consist of two parts. The first has some specific relationship between two words. For establishing same relation in the second part, select an appropriate word from the given alternatives.
20. Food : Eat : :Water:?
(A) Swallow
(B) Drink
(C) Flow
(D) Fire
Ans. (B)
21. Teacher: Students: Doctor:?
(A) Medicine
(B) Patients
(C) Dispensary
(D) Hospital
Ans. (B)
22. Butter: Bread : : Bark: ?
(A) Skin
(B) Shed
(C) Tree
(D) None of these
Ans. (C)
23. Refrigerator: Cool: : Oven:?
(A) Cook
(B) Warm
(C) Heat
(D) Kitchen
Ans. (B)
24. Coal: Engine: : Wax:?
(A) Lamp
(B) Bulb
(C) Torch
(D) Candle
Ans. (D)
25. If A = 2, B = 3 and C = 4 and so on, which word do the numbers 9, 2, 15, 5 represent?
(A) HAND
(B) HARD
(C) HARM
(D) BAND
Ans. (A)