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HURDLE-15 : DISTRIBUTION OF PROPERTY AMONG CHILDREN

(Solve this Hurdle by 30th March)

There are two parts in this Hurdle.

PART 1:
Q1 to Q3 are compulsory.
Do any 5 questions from Q4 to Q14.
Q15 to Q20 (Vocabulary) are compulsory.

PART 2:
Q1-B to Q3-B are compulsory.
Do any 5 questions from Q4-B to Q18-B.
Q19-B to Q24-B (Vocabulary) are compulsory.

Answers of This Hurdle-15
Following are the answers and solution of Hurdle 15. Those who got more than 12 correct answers in each part..
Hurdle 15-Answers

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PART 1:

Q1. A man divided his bank savings among his 5 children, which one of the following can be true :
a) Each child gets equal percentage of share but the ratio of distribution was different.
b) One of the child who got 22.5 % of the share got the minimum share.
c) One Child who got 22.5 % of share got the maximum share.
d) One Child who got 18.5 % of share got the maximum share .

Q2. A man divided his bank savings among his 5 children A,B,C,D and E in following ratio 1:2:3:4:5. Which of the following
can be true:
a) The person who got the maximum amount got 250% more than the person who got the minimum amount.
b) A got 100 Rs less than B and B got Rs. 200 Rs less than C.
c) The total amount received by B and C is more than the amount received by E.
d) A gets Rs 150 less than C and C gets Rs 150 less than E.
e) All of above.
f) None

Q3. A man divides his bank saving among 5 children A,B,C,D and E in ratio of 2:3:4:5:6. Select the false statement
a) You can determine the total saving if you know the total amount received by B and C.
b) You can determine the total saving if you know the difference of the amount received between the person who got maximum and the person who got minimum. (UrPercentile.com)
c) You can determine the total saving if you know the amount received by D.
d) You can determine the total saving if you know the total sum received by B, C and D.
e) All the above
f) None.

Do any 5 questions from Q4 to Q14
:-

Q4. A man divides his bank saving of INR 275,000.00 among his 5 children in such a way that that 1st four children get in ratio of 1:2:4:5 and the fifth one gets the balance INR 77,000.00. What was the lowest and highest amount received ?

Q5. A man divides his bank saving of INR 325,000.00 among his 5 children in such a way that that 1st four children get in ratio of 7:9:11:13 and the fifth one gets the balance INR 195,000.00. What was the lowest and highest amount received ?

Q6. A man divides his bank saving of INR 355,000.00 among his 5 children in such a way that that 1st four children get in ratio of 1:4:7:8 and the fifth one gets the balance INR 71,000.00. What was the lowest and highest amount received ?

Q7. A man divides his bank saving of INR 395,000.00 among his 5 children in such a way that that 1st four children get in ratio of 1:4:5:7 and the fifth one gets the balance INR 59,250.00. What was the lowest and highest amount received ?

Q8. A man divides his bank saving of INR 435,000.00 among his 5 children in such a way that that 1st four children get in ratio of 8:11:12:13 and the fifth one gets the balance INR 52,200.00. What was the lowest and highest amount received ?

Q9. A man divides his bank saving of INR 400,000.00 among his 5 children in such a way that that 1st four children get in ratio of 13:14:15:16 and the fifth one gets the balance INR 168,000.00. What was the lowest and highest amount received ?
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Q10. A man divides his bank saving of INR 440,000.00 among his 5 children in such a way that that 1st four children get in ratio of 14:15:16:17 and the fifth one gets the balance INR 167,200.00. What was the lowest and highest amount received ?

Q11. A man divides his bank saving of INR 490,000.00 among his 5 children in such a way that that 1st four children get in ratio of 15:16:17:18 and the fifth one gets the balance INR 166,600.00. (UrPercentile.com) What was the lowest and highest amount received ?

Q12. A man divides his bank saving of INR 530,000.00 among his 5 children in such a way that that 1st four children get in ratio of 16:17:18:19 and the fifth one gets the balance INR 159,000.00. What was the lowest and highest amount received ?

Q13. A man divides his bank saving of INR 570,000.00 among his 5 children in such a way that that 1st four children get in ratio of 17:18:19:20 and the fifth one gets the balance INR 148,200.00. What was the lowest and highest amount received ?

Q14. A man divides his bank saving of INR 600,000.00 among his 5 children in such a way that that 1st four children get in ratio of 18:19:20:21 and the fifth one gets the balance INR 132,000.00. What was the lowest and highest amount received ?

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MATCH THE WORDS IN SET A WITH THEIR MEANINGS IN SET B

SET A: Q15. Hortatory, Q16. Impair, Q17. Inebriate , Q18. Mountebank , Q19. Obliterate , Q20. Quandary.


SET B:
A. Worthless
B. Destroy completely
C. Lose courage turn frightened
D. Encouraging.
E. To cause to become less or worse.
F. Dilemma.
G. An accident.
H. Well-bred or refined.
I. To intoxicate.
J. With no taste or flavour.
K. Boastful pretender
L. Furious.
M. To be very happy.
N. A brilliant idea.

PART 1 ENDS HERE.

PART 2 :

Q1-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 6 % , the second child gets 16 %, the third child gets 26 %, the fourth child gets 36 % and the fifth child gets the balance. Which one of the following is false:
a) If the fifth one gets Rs 44,800 then the total balance is 235,200
b) If the fifth one gets Rs. 19,200 the fourth child will also get more than Rs. 36,000. (UrPercentile.com)
c) The fifth one gets Rs 17,776 the total amount is Rs 1,11,000.
d) If the difference between the amount received by the first and the second child is Rs. 222 then the total saving is Rs. 22,200
e) None

Q2-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 11 % , the second child gets 12 %, the third child gets 22 %, the fourth child gets 28 % and the fifth child gets the balance . Which of the following will be definitely true.
a) The five children get 1100,1200, 2200, 2800 and 2700 respectively and the total is 10,000
b) If the fifth child gets Rs 75 less than the fourth child, then the second child will get Rs 750 less than the third child
c) If the third child get at least 110 more than the first child the minimum balance is 1100.
d) Both b and c.
e) None

Q3-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 12 % , the second child gets 13 %, the third child gets 25 %, the fourth child gets 30 % and the fifth child gets the balance 59,000. Which of the following is false :
a) The first child will get Rs.35,400.
b) The total balance is Rs 2,36,000.
c) The second child will get Rs. 38,750
d) The third child will get Rs. 73,750
e) None.

Do any 5 questions from Q4-B to Q18-B:-

Q4-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 8 % , the second child gets 18 %, the third child gets 21 % ,the fourth child gets 25 % and the fifth child gets the balance 67,200. (UrPercentile.com) How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q5-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 9 % , the second child gets 19 %, the third child gets 22 % ,the fourth child gets 26 % and the fifth child gets the balance 52,800. How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q6-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 13 % , the second child gets 12 %, the third child gets 24 % ,the fourth child gets 30 % and the fifth child gets the balance 67,200. How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q7-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 14 % , the second child gets 11 %, the third child gets 23 % ,the fourth child gets 31 % and the fifth child gets the balance 72,450. How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q8-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 15 % , the second child gets 10 %, the third child gets 17 %,the fourth child gets 32 % and the fifth child gets the balance 94,900. How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q9-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 16 % , the second child gets 9 %, the third child gets 16 % ,the fourth child gets 30 % and the fifth child gets the balance 113,100. (UrPercentile.com) How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q10-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 17 % , the second child gets 12 %, the third child gets 15 % ,the fourth child gets 34 % and the fifth child gets the balance 91,300. How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q11-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 18 % , the second child gets 11 %, the third child gets 14 % ,the fourth child gets 23 % and the fifth child gets the balance 153,000. How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q12-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 8 % , the second child gets 10 %, the third child gets 32 %,the fourth child gets 36 % and the fifth child gets the balance 66,500. How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q13-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 10 % , the second child gets 12 %, the third child gets 32 % ,the fourth child gets 37 % and the fifth child gets the balance 46,350. How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q14-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 12 % , the second child gets 11 %, the third child gets 34 % ,the fourth child gets 33 % and the fifth child gets the balance 54,000. How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q15-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 13% , the second child gets 15 %, the third child gets 31 % ,the fourth child gets 39 % and the fifth child gets the balance 11,300. How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q16-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 14 % , the second child also gets 14 %, the third child gets 32 % ,the fourth child gets 22 % and the fifth child gets the balance 106,200. (UrPercentile.com) How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q17-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 15 % , the second child gets 6 %, the third child gets 12 % ,the fourth child gets 18 % and the fifth child gets the balance 436,100. How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

Q18-B. A man divides his bank balance among his five children in such a way that the first child gets 17 % , the second child gets 10 %, the third child gets 23 % ,the fourth child gets 26 % and the fifth child gets the balance 132,000. How much was the bank balance and how much did the first four sons get?

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MATCH THE WORDS IN SET A WITH THEIR MEANINGS IN SET B

SET A: Q19-B. Divination , Q20-B. Indolence, Q21-B. Milieu, Q22 B. Odoriferous , Q23-B. Pernicious , Q24-B. Propitious.

SET B:
AB. To recover.
BB. To modify the genes .
CB. Bend the knee as in worship
DB. A roguish, mischievous boy.
EB. Favourable circumstances.
FB. To forecast or discovery of what is lost or hidden by supernatural power.
GB. An accident.
HB. Reduce the strength , weaken.
IB. Harmful and injurious .
JB. Lacking interest.
KB. Possessing wisdom.
LB. To recollect the past.
MB. Having the quality of giving off an strong odor.
NB. Environment or surroundings influencing someone.

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