UGC Solved Paper 1 29th June 2014 Set X Part 10 of 10 [ CBSE NET-JRF Updates ]
Examrace under Examrace UGC Paper 1 Series covers the complete topics and subtopics that were asked in the June UGC paper 1 examination. In this section we will discuss questions 56 to 60 from Set X for 29th June 2014 UGC NET examination. All the questions discussed will contain the correct answers and explanations for the same.
56. In certain coding method word QUESTION is written as DOMESTIC. In this coding what is the code word for word RESPONSE?
Explanation: ES and ON in QUESTION changes to ME and IC, the same change will take place in RESPONSE so it will become _ME_IC__. Again at last it is SE in RESPONSE which is EM, so it will be _ME_ICEM. Therefore, the correct answer is OMESICEM.
57. If the series 4, 5, 8, 13, 14, 17, 22, … is continued in the same pattern which of the following is not the term of this series?
Explanation: The series shows addition of 1, 3 and 5 and this trend repeats. So the series will be 4, 5, 8, 13, 22, 23, 26, 31, 32 and 35. Only 33 is the odd number that is not in the series.
58. Complete the series BB, FE, II, ML, PP, ___ by choosing one of the following options:
Explanation: The next in the series will be TS. After B we leave 3 and reach to F, similarly after P leaving 3 we get T and one behind that is S. So, the series is TS.
59. A man started walking towards his house from south. After walking 6 km he turned to his left and walked 5 km. Then he walked 3 km after turning left. Then he turned to his left and continued to walk for 9 km. How far is he away from his house?
a) 3 km
b) 4 km
c) 5 km
d) 6 km
Explanation: As we can see from the figure the answer would be 5 km which is the hypotenuse of 3 km and 4 km.
60. In post office stamps are of 3 different denominations of Rs. 7, 8 and 10. The exact amount for which one cannot buy stamps is for:
Explanation: 29 is possible by 7 + 7 + 7 + 8
23 is possible by 8 + 8 + 7
20 is possible by 10 + 10
Therefore only 19 is one that is not possible.
- Published/Last Modified on: June 30, 2014