# SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR

**1. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Cube & Dice - SSC**

Two different positions of the same dice are shown, the six faces of which are numbered from 1 to 6. Select die number that will be on the face opposite to the one showing '2'.

- A.
6

- B.
4

- C.
3

- D.
5

Answer: Option D

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**2. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Analogy - SSC**

Select the option that is related to the fifth term in the same way as the second term is related to the first term and the fourth term is related to the third term.

**SOCCER : OSFFRE :: ROLLER : OROORE :: TOPPER : ?**

- A.
TOERPK

- B.
OTSSRE

- C.
OTPPRE

- D.
TOSSRE

Answer: Option B

**Explanation** :

**SOCCER **: OSFFRE :: ROLLER : OROORE :: TOPPER : ?

Here the first two letters are interchanged, last two letters are interchanged and for middle two letters +3 is added.

TO PP ER = OT SS RE

Hence, option (b).

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**3. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Operator Based Questions - SSC**

If P denotes ‘×’, Q denotes ‘÷’, R denotes ‘+’ and S denotes ‘−’, then what will come in place of ‘?’ in the following equation?

(40 Q 4 ) P 5 R (3 P 6) S (7 P 8) R 21 = ?

- A.
33

- B.
30

- C.
40

- D.
35

Answer: Option A

**Explanation** :

P denotes ‘×’, Q denotes ‘÷’, R denotes ‘+’ and S denotes ‘−’

Given, (40 Q 4 ) P 5 R (3 P 6) S (7 P 8) R 21 = ?

(40 Q 4 ) P 5 R (3 P 6) S (7 P 8) R 21 = ?

⇒ (40 ÷ 4 ) × 5 + (3 × 6) - (7 × 8) + 21 = ?

⇒ (10) × 5 + (18) - (56) + 21 = ?

⇒ 50 + 18 - 56 + 21 = ?

⇒ 68 - 56 + 21 = ?

⇒ 89 - 56 = ?

⇒ 33 = ?

Hence, option (a).

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**4. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Paper Folding & Cutting - SSC**

The sequence of folding a piece of paper and the manner in which the folded paper has been cut is shown in the following figures. How would this paper look when unfolded?

- A.

- B.

- C.

- D.

Answer: Option B

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**5. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Analogy - SSC**

Select the option that is related to the third term in the same way as the second term is related to the first term and the sixth term is related to the fifth term.

**5 : 14 :: 12 : ? :: 17 : 86**

- A.
51

- B.
56

- C.
67

- D.
63

Answer: Option B

**Explanation** :

Here, the logic is

T_{1} × 6 - 16 = T_{2}

∴ 5 × 6 - 16 = 14 and 17 × 6 - 16 = 86

⇒ 12 × 6 - 16 = 56

Hence, option (b).

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**6. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Coding & Decoding - SSC**

In a certain code language, 'HELP' is written as '1652432' and 'SAVE' is written as '381445'. How will 'MAIL' be written in that language?

- A.
261926

- B.
261924

- C.
261934

- D.
261928

Answer: Option B

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**7. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Odd One Out - SSC**

The second number in the given number pairs is obtained by performing certain mathematical operation(s) on the first number.

The same operation(s) are followed in all the number pairs except one. Find that odd number pair.

- A.
13 : 28.5

- B.
15 : 32.5

- C.
19 : 38.5

- D.
17 : 35.5

Answer: Option A

**Explanation** :

The logic is: n × 1.5 + 10

∴ 15 × 1.5 + 10 = 22.5

17 × 1.5 + 10 = 35.5

19 × 1.5 + 10 = 38.5

But 13 × 1.5 + 10 = 29.5

Hence, option (a).

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**8. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Blood Relation - SSC**

R is the brother of N. R is the only son of K. S is the only daughter-in-law of K. How is N related to S?

- A.
Sister

- B.
Daughter

- C.
Mother

- D.
Husband’s sister

Answer: Option D

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**9. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Number & Alphabet Series - SSC**

**Select the set in which the numbers are related in the same way as are the numbers of the following set.**

(56, 8, 15)

(32, 16, 18)

(NOTE : Operations should be performed on the whole numbers, without breaking down the numbers into its constituent digits.

E.g. 13 - Operations on 13 such as adding /deleting /multiplying etc. to 13 can be performed. Breaking down 13 into 1 and 3 and then performing mathematical operations on 1 and 3 is NOT allowed)

- A.
(75, 5, 15)

- B.
(70, 5, 13)

- C.
(66, 6, 17)

- D.
(68, 4, 17)

Answer: Option C

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**10. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Mirror Image - SSC**

Select the correct mirror image of the given combination when the mirror is placed at MN as shown.

- A.

- B.

- C.

- D.

Answer: Option B

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**11. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Syllogisms - SSC**

Three Statements are given followed by Three conclusions numbered I, II and III. Assuming the statements to be true, even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts, decide which of the conclusions logically follow(s) from the statements.

**Statements:**

All ants are beetles.

No beetle is a frog.

Some frogs are bugs.

**Conclusions:**

I. Some bugs are ants.

II. No bug is a beetle.

III. No frog is an ant.

- A.
Both conclusions I and II follow.

- B.
Only conclusion III follows.

- C.
Only conclusion I follows.

- D.
Both conclusions I and III follow.

Answer: Option B

**Explanation** :

**Statements:**

1. All ants are beetles.

2. No beetle is a frog.

**Conclusion:**

No ants are frog

No frog is ant ...(1)

**Statements:**

2. No beetle is a frog.

3. Some frogs are bugs.

**Conclusions:**

Some bugs are not beetles ...(2)

Now comparing Statement 1 with Conclusion (2)

All ants are beetles.

Some bugs are not beetles

**Conclusion:**

No conclusion is possible.

Of the conclusions given only conclusion III is correct.

Hence, option (b).

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**12. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Odd One Out - SSC**

The second number in the given number-pairs is obtained by performing certain mathematical operation(s) on the first number. The same operation(s) are followed in all the number-pairs EXCEPT one. Find that odd number-pair.

- A.
25 : 3

- B.
64 : 6

- C.
100 : 9

- D.
81 : 7

Answer: Option C

**Explanation** :

The logic is:

2^{nd} number = Square-root of 1^{st} number - 2.

Option (a): 3 = √25 - 2 = 5 - 2 = 3

Option (b): 6 = √64 - 2 = 8 - 2 = 6

Option (d): 7 = √81 - 2 = 9 - 2 = 7

Option (c) does not follow this rule.

Hence, option (c).

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**13. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Cube & Dice - SSC**

Two different positions of the same dice are shown, the six faces of which are numbered from 1 to 6. When '3' is at the bottom, which number will be on the top?

- A.
1

- B.
3

- C.
5

- D.
4

Answer: Option D

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**14. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Mirror Image - SSC**

Select the correct mirror image of the given combination when the mirror is placed at MN as shown.

- A.

- B.

- C.

- D.

Answer: Option D

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**15. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Coding & Decoding - SSC**

In a certain code language, 'WAVE' is coded as ‘426522’ and ‘SOUND’ is coded as ’81261323’. How will 'LIGHT' be coded in that language?

- A.
131820197

- B.
151820197

- C.
151820166

- D.
151880197

Answer: Option B

**Explanation** :

Each letter is coded as its numerical position from the end of alphabetical series.

W = 4^{th} from the end

A = 26^{th} from the end

V = 5^{th} from the end

E = 22^{nd} from the end

∴ L = 15^{th} from the end

I = 18^{th} from the end

G = 20^{th} from the end

H = 19^{th} from the end

T = 7^{th} from the end

Hence, option (b).

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**16. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Calendar**

The birth date of Viaan is 9 March 2002. Find the day of the week of that day.

- A.
Saturday

- B.
Tuesday

- C.
Monday

- D.
Friday

Answer: Option A

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**17. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Number & Alphabet Series - SSC**

Which letter-cluster will replace the question mark (?) to complete the given series?

**TBNF, CJUL, LRBR, UZIX, ?**

- A.
CHPC

- B.
DHPC

- C.
CHPD

- D.
DHPD

Answer: Option D

**Explanation** :

T + 9 = C + 9 = L + 9 = U + 9 = D

B + 8 = J + 8 = R + 8 = Z + 8 = H

N + 7 = U + 7 = B + 7 = I + 7 = P

F + 6 = L + 6 = R + 6 = X + 6 = D

Hence, option (d).

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**18. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Operator Based Questions - SSC**

Select the correct combination of mathematical signs to replace the * signs and to balance the given equation.

39*4*61*18*4*49*7*30

- A.
+, −, =, ×, −, +, ÷

- B.
+, −, =, ×, −, ×, +

- C.
×, −, =, ×, −, ÷, +

- D.
=, −, +, ×, −, ÷, −

Answer: Option C

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**19. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Number & Alphabet Series - SSC**

**Study the given pattern carefully and select the number that can replace the question mark (?) in it.**

First row: 17, 26, 60

Second row: 8, 15, 31

Third row: 11, 19, ?

(NOTE: Operations should be performed on the whole numbers, without breaking down the number into its constituent digits.

For example, 13 - Operations on 13 such as adding/deleting/multiplying etc. to 13 can be performed. Breaking down 13 into 1 and 3 and then performing mathematical operations on 1 and 3 is not allowed.)

- A.
52

- B.
41

- C.
48

- D.
50

Answer: Option B

**Explanation** :

First row: 17, 26, 60

Second row: 8, 15, 31

Third row: 11, 19, ?

For each row,

3^{rd} number = 2 × 1^{st} number + 2^{nd} number.

60 = 2 × 17 + 25

31 = 2 × 8 + 15

? = 2 × 11 + 19 = 41

Hence, option (b).

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**20. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Operator Based Questions - SSC**

Select the correct combination of mathematical signs to replace the * signs and to balance the given equation.

**50 * 2 * 3 * 30 * 10 * 40 * 20**

- A.
=, ×, ×, +, −, ÷

- B.
−, ÷, ×, ×, =, ×

- C.
=, ×, +, ×, −, ÷

- D.
×, =, ×, ×, −, ×

Answer: Option D

**Explanation** :

Option (a):

50 = 2 × 3 × 30 + 10 - 40 ÷ 20

50 = 180 + 10 - 2

50 = 188

This is not true, hence option (a) is rejected.

Option (b):

50 - 2 ÷ 3 × 30 × 10 = 40 × 20

50 - 2/3 × 30 × 10 = 800

50 - 20 × 10 = 800

50 - 200 = 800

-150 = 800

This is not true, hence option (b) is rejected.

Option (c):

50 = 2 × 3 + 30 × 10 - 40 ÷ 20

50 = 6 + 300 - 2

50 = 304

This is not true, hence option (c) is rejected.

Option (d):

50 × 2 = 3 × 30 × 10 - 40 × 20

100 = 900 - 800

100 = 100

This is true.

Hence, option (d).

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**21. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Odd One Out - SSC**

The second number in the given number pairs is obtained by performing certain mathematical operation(s) on the first number. The same operation(s) are followed in all the number pairs, EXCEPT one. Find that odd number pair.

- A.
24 : 8

- B.
16 : 4

- C.
48 : 12

- D.
20 : 5

Answer: Option A

**Explanation** :

24 : 8 ⇒ 24/3 = 8

16 : 4 ⇒ 16/4 = 4

48 : 12 ⇒ 48/12 = 12

20 : 5 ⇒ 20/4 = 5

Except option (a), in all other options 2^{nd} term = 1^{st} term divided by 4.

Hence, option (a).

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**22. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Number & Alphabet Series - SSC**

Which of the following numbers will replace the question mark (?) in the given series?

**23, 28, 280, 295, 5900, ?**

- A.
5920

- B.
5935

- C.
5925

- D.
5930

Answer: Option C

**Explanation** :

The logic is as follows

23 + 5 = 28

28 × 10 = 280

280 + 15 = 295

295 × 20 = 5900

Each term is alternately added or multiplied with a number increasing by 5.

∴ 5900 + 25 = 5925

Hence, option (c).

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**23. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Coding & Decoding - SSC**

In a certain code language, 'DUCK' is written as 'FSEI' and ‘FISH’ is written as ‘HGUF’. How will 'FROG' be written in that language?

- A.
HEPQ

- B.
HQPE

- C.
HPEQ

- D.
HPQE

Answer: Option D

**Explanation** :

D + 2 = F

U - 2 = S

C + 2 = E

K - 2 = I

Similarly

F + 2 = H

I - 2 = G

S + 2 = U

H - 2 = F

Hence,

F + 2 = H

R - 2 = P

O + 2 = Q

G - 2 = E

FROG = HPQE

Hence, option (d).

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**24. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Figure Based - SSC**

How many triangles are there in the given figure?

- A.
10

- B.
20

- C.
8

- D.
18

Answer: Option C

**Explanation** :

Triangles are only formed inside the square in the middle.

There are 4 smaller triangles (e.g. pink color) and 4 bigger triangles (e.g. yellow color).

Hence, total 8 triangles.

Hence, option (c).

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**25. SSC CHSL 26th May Shift 3 - GIR | Number & Alphabet Series - SSC**

Select the option that represents the letters that, when sequentially placed from left to right in the blanks below, will complete the letter series.

_ M O N _ _ _ O M _ _ O _ _ O M _ N O J O

- A.
o o J o o N J o M

- B.
O O J O O N J O O

- C.
O M J O O N J O O

- D.
M O J O O N J O O

Answer: Option B

**Explanation** :

_ M O N _ _ _ O M _ _ O _ _ O M _ N O J O

Here we see that O comes before M: _ M O N _ _ _ **O M** _ _ O _ _ **O M** _ N O J O

⇒ O M O N _ _ _ O M _ _ O _ _ O M _ N O J O

Now, there is an O between M and N: _ **M O N** _ _ _ O M _ _ O _ _ O M _ N O J O

_ M O N _ _ _ O M _ _ O _ _ O M O N O J O

Now, if we notice the last 7 letters, the sequence is **O M O N O J O** which is repeated three times.

O M O N O J O O M O N O J O O M O N O J O

Hence, option (b).

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