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This lecture discusses the third set off mark questions for the general aptitude section for CSIR NET examination. The questions discuss the exactly the kind asked in the actual CSIR NET examination. The questions from the topics of distance time and speed, Probability and ratios and proportions are covered in this lecture.

Shilpa Biju
Experienced trainer for quantitative aptitude and reasoning for IBPS PO, RRB, CSIR NET etc, well versed in English.

Unacademy user
correct answer is option no. b
Shilpa Biju
a month ago
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S K
a month ago
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in 2nd question b option is correct
Pls bilingual language I don't understand
Shilpa Biju
4 months ago
The course is in English so I can only use English as the language of dictation.
Shilpa Biju
4 months ago
Please let me know your language of choice and I will make courses in that language as well
  1. WELCOME TO UNACADEMY!! CSIR NET - GENERALAPTITUDE PRACTICE QUESTIONS -3- FULLY SOLVED Shilpa Biju, Educator At Unacademy https/unacademy.comfusershilpabiukiohn/courses


  2. LESSON 1 DETAILED SOLUTION PART 1


  3. QUESTION 1 1. Manoj walked from Mumbai to Thane on foot. Had he walked one mile/hr faster he would have reached 2 hrs earlier, and had he walked slower by one mile/hr, he would have taken 5 hrs. more. The distance between Mumbai and Thane is (a) 20 miles (c) 40 miles 2 (b) 30 miles (d) 60 miles


  4. SOLUTION I et eed be miles In . d-d 2.


  5. SOLUTION Also %. I Solim ( ande2


  6. QUESTION 2 2. A can give B 50 m start and C 80 m start in the 1000 m race, how many metres start B give C in a 1000 m race? (a) 31 m (c) 31 to m (b) 31 m 19 2 (d) 3010m


  7. SOLUTION e rvns 920 m. when a rund-1000-m 75D l9


  8. SOLUTION Hamte im l0o0 m the C [100D- 18AD 60o l9 (9 33m Staut 19


  9. QUESTION 3 3. One of the two exclusive events must occur, the chance of one is 2/3 of the other, then odds in favour of the other are: (c) 2:3 (d) 3: 2


  10. SOLUTION


  11. NEXT LECTURE ? DETAILED SOLUTION PART 2