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Q1. | In a class of 60, where girls are twice that of boys, Kamal ranked'seventeenth from the top. If there are 9 girls ahead af Kamal, how many boys are after him in rank? | ||||||

A. | 3 |
B. | 7 |
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C. | 12 |
D. | 23 |
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Q2. | In a row of boys, A is thirteenth from the left and D is seventeenth from the right. If in this row A is eleventh from the right then what is the position of D from the left? | ||||||

A. | 6th |
B. | 7th |
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C. | 10th |
D. | 12th |
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E. | None of these |
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Q3. | In a row of forty children, P is thirteenth from the left end and Q is ninth frorv the right end. How many children are there between P and R if R is fourth to the left of Q? | ||||||

A. | 12 |
B. | 13 |
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C. | 14 |
D. | 15 |
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E. | None of these |
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Q4. | In a class, among the passed students, Amisha is twenty-second from the top and Sajal, who is 5 ranks below Arnisha, is thirty-fourth from the bottom. All the students from the class have appeared for the exam. If the ratio of the students who passed in the exam to those who failed is 4 : 1 in that class, how many students are there in the class? | ||||||

A. | 60 |
B. | 75 |
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C. | 90 |
D. | Data inadequate |
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E. | None of these |
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Q5. | In a row of girls, there are 16 girls 'between Priya and Natasha. Priya is thirty-second from the left end of the row. If Priya is nearer than Natasha to the right end of the row, then how far away is Natasha from the left end of the row? | ||||||

A. | Data inadequate |
B. | 14th |
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C. | 15th |
D. | 16th |
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E. | None of these |
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