# Questions Asked in RBI Assistant Prelims 2017 – Nov 27

RBI Assistant Prelims Questions Asked in Exam 27 November 2017. This article covers the Questions asked in RBI Assistant 2017

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## RBI Assistant 2017 Prelims – 27 Nov

Number Series:

1. 4, 17, 40, 71, 108, ?
2. 24, 10, 8, 10, 18, ?
3. 6, 14, 45, 184, ?
4. 17, 38, 80, 164, ?
5. 5, 18, 57, 174, ?
6. 6, 5, 7, 12.5, 27, ?
7. 3, 18, 35, 56, 83,?
8. 7, 6, 10, 27, ?, 515
9. 45, 49, 40, 56, 31,?
10. 11, 29, 65, 137,?, 369
11. 16, 33, 67, 135, ?, 543
12. 7, 16, 30, 48, 69, ?
13. 5, 8, 14, 25, ?
14. 134, 142, 115, 179, 54
15. 152, 76, 38, 19, ?, 4.25
16. 7, 6, 8, 15, ?

Miscellaneous:

1.2 taps can fill a tank in 10 & 20 hours respectively and one can empty it in 40 hours. Total how much time will take to fill the tank.
2.The diagonal of the square of the perimeter of 32 is equal to the length of the rectangle of the area of 144. What is the breadth of the rectangle?
3.Two taps can fill a tank in 30 hours and 15 hours respectively. There is one emptying pipe. When all 3 pipes are opened, the took to fill the tank is 12 hours 30 minutes. Find the time in which the emptying pipe can empty the whole tank?
4.A, B, C invested 12600, 10800, 18200 respectively. They invested the amount for the same period. Out of total profit C received Rs 16200 as his share. Find the difference between the profits of A and B.
5.Rs 10,000 invested in 2 parts. 1 part at 10% compound interest, 2nd part at 20% compound interest. Total amount received at the end of 2 years is given. Find the amount invested at 10% rate of interest.
6.Rs X invested at 5% simple interest for 3 years. Total amount received given. If same amount X is invested at 4% simple interest for 4 years, find the amount received.
7.108-litre pure milk in a can. 36-litre milk taken out, and the same quantity of water added. Now 15 litre of mixture taken out, and 7 litre of water added. Water constitutes what % of the total mixture now?
8.The Circumference of the semi-circle is 108 cm. Find the circumference of the circle which radius is equal to the diameter of the semicircle.
9.The MP of the article is Rs 1500. It is sold at 20% discount. Had it been sold for Rs 100 less, profit of 10% had been made. Find the cost price.
10.The number of students in school in 2012 is 3200. In 2013, it increased by 30%. In 2014 it decreased by 5% as compared to 2013. If in 2014, the number of boys is 2893, find the number of girls in school.
11.The Side of the square having perimeter 64 cm is equal to the breadth of a rectangle having area 320 sq. cm. Find the perimeter of the rectangle.
12.A person covered some distance by car A at ‘X’ km/hr in ‘X’ minutes. He covered remaining part by car B at 23 km/hr in 15 hours. he covered total distance 480 km. Find X
13.The Average of 15 numbers given. Average of first 4 given, last 9 given. Find the average of 5th and 6th.

English:

1.Hans had served his master for seven years, so he said to him, “Master, my time is up, now I would like to go back home to my mother. Give me my wages.”
The master answered, “You have served me faithfully and honestly. As the service was, so shall the reward be.” And he gave Hans a piece of gold as big as his head. Hans pulled his handkerchief out of his pocket, wrapped up the lump in it, put it on his shoulder, and set out on the way home. As he went on, always putting one leg before the other, he saw a horseman trotting quickly and merrily by on a lively horse.
“Ah,” said Hans quite loud, “what a fine thing it is to ride. There you sit as on a chair, never stumbling over a stone, saving your shoes, and making your way without even knowing it.”
The rider, who had heard him, stopped and called out, “Hey there, Hans, then why are you going on foot?”
“I must,” answered he, “for I have this lump to carry home. It is true that it is gold, but I cannot hold my head straight for it, and it hurts my shoulder.””I will tell you what,” said the rider. “Let’s trade. I will give you my horse, and you can give me your lump.”
“With all my heart,” said Hans. “But I can tell you, you will be dragging along with it.”
The rider got down, took the gold, and helped Hans up, then gave him the bridle tight in his hands and said, “If you want to go fast, you must click your tongue and call out, ‘jup, jup.'”

Hans was heartily delighted as he sat upon the horse and rode away so bold and free. After a little while he thought that it ought to go faster, and he began to click with his tongue and call out, “jup, jup.” The horse started a fast trot, and before Hans knew where he was, he was thrown off and lying in a ditch which separated the fields from the highway. The horse would have escaped if it had not been stopped by a peasant, who was coming along the road and driving a cow before him.Hans pulled himself together and stood up on his legs again, but he was vexed, and said to the peasant, “It is a poor joke, this riding, especially when one gets hold of a mare like this, that kicks and throws one off, so that one has a chance of breaking one’s neck. Never again will I mount it. Now I like your cow, for one can walk quietly.

2. One day mother said, “Son, go to the outside cellar and bring in the last of the flour so I can make bread.” The boy did as his mother asked and took a bowl to carry the flour from the cellar into the house.
As he left the cellar, the North Wind played a mean trick. The North Wind blew into the bowl. Flour went all over the boy’s face and across the countryside. When boy told his mother, she hugged him and said, “I don’t know what we will do now. We have nothing left to eat.”
The boy thought the North Wind would want to correct the bad deed. He followed the trail of flour across the country. The boy walked and walked until he found the house of the North Wind.
“Good day,” said the boy to the North Wind. “I know you were only playing a trick, but my mother and I are poor. You blew away the last of our flour, and we are hungry. You need to do right and give me back our flour.”
The North Wind felt bad that he had caused the old woman and her son trouble. “I am sorry,” he said. “I cannot replace your flour. Instead, I will give you something better.” He gave the boy a special cloth. “Take this. Put it over a table, and say the words, ‘Spread, cloth, spread.’ You will never be without food again.”
The boy thanked the North Wind and took the cloth under his arm. He had walked a long way and stopped at an inn for the night. “How will you pay?” asked the innkeeper. “You say you have no money for food or for a bed!”
The boy placed the cloth over a table and said, “Spread, cloth spread!” The table was suddenly covered with the delicious food and drinks. There was enough for everyone at the inn to eat that night. So the innkeeper gave the boy to have a room of his own. During the night, he crept into the boy’s room and traded a table cloth that looked exactly like the boy’s magic cloth.
The boy went home to his mother. He told her their good fortune and laid the cloth over the table. “Spread, cloth, spread,” said the boy. But nothing happened.
“I fear you have been cheated,” said the mother. The boy had been raised to know that a bad deed should be corrected. So, he went back to the North Wind again.
“The cloth you gave me does not work,” said the boy. I know you do not want my mother and me to starve. You need to do right and give us back our flour.”
“I still cannot replace your flour. Instead, I will give you something much better.” He gave the boy a special goat. This goat gives money. All you need to say is ‘Goat make money!’ and you will have enough money for your needs.” The boy thanked the North Wind and again traveled towards home.
The boy stopped at the inn, and the innkeeper asked how he would pay. The boy walked outside to where his goat was tied and said, “Goat make money.” The goat bleated and coins fell from its mouth. The innkeeper watched this and again gave the boy a room of his own. While the boy slept, the innkeeper traded another goat for the one belonging to the boy.
The boy went home to his mother. He told her their good fortune and told the goat, “Goat make money!” But nothing happened.
“I fear you have been cheated,” said the mother. The boy had been raised to know that a bad deed should be corrected. So, he went back to the North Wind again.
“The goat you gave me does not give money,” said the boy. I know you do not want my mother and me to starve. You need to do right and give us back our flour.”
“I still cannot replace your flour. Instead, I will give you something much better.” He gave the boy a stick. This stick will solve your problem for good. When you say the words, ‘Beat, stick, beat!’ the stick will do what needs to be done. Say “Stop, stick, stop,’ when you want it to quit. The boy thanked the North Wind and again traveled towards home.
The boy again stopped at the inn. This time the innkeeper did not ask how the boy would pay. He fed the boy and gave him a room of his own. Late that night, he came into the boy’s room with a stick, to trade it for the one belonging to the boy. But this time the boy woke up and yelled, “Beat, stick, beat!”.The stick flew into the air and started hitting the innkeeper. It hit him again and again until he said he was sorry and said he would give the table cloth and goat back. Then the boy said, “Stop, stick, stop.” The stick stopped, and the innkeeper crawled off to do as he had promised. The boy went home with the magic cloth, the magic goat and the magic stick. He and his mother always had enough food to eat and enough money to spend and the boy always knew that as long as he owned the stick, he could make sure that any bad deeds done to them would be corrected.

Reasoning:

Eight persons LMNOPQSR live on eight different floors. The ground floor is numbered one and the top floor is numbered 8. L, live on odd number floor but not 5. There is one person live between L and R . R is below L.Three person live between Q and O. Q lives any one of the floors above L as well as O. S lives one of the floors above Q. Neither N nor Q lives in the top floor. One person lives between S and M.

2 people sitting between R and U. D is sitting 3rd to the right of S. B is the immediate right of U. C is not the immediate neighbor of U.

Six persons A,B,C,P,Q,R cleared exams in Jan, Mar, June, Sep, Nov, Dec. B cleared after 8th month of the year and before November. One person cleared between B and C. Exams cleared by the persons before C equal to the persons who cleared after the person Q. R is between B and C. Two persons between A and R.

7 persons ABCLMNP- 7 lectures – MON to SUN. A gave the lecture on one of the days before Wednesday. C does not have the lecture on Saturday. There are 3 lectures between M and C. M gave the lecture before C. Only one lecture between B And P. B gave the lecture before P.

B is married to S. G is the brother of B. M is the father of G. R is the only daughter of M. R is the mother of P. E married to G.

Statements:
No papaya is coffee.
No sweet is papaya.
Conclusions:
No coffee is sweet.
All sweets are coffee.

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