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NTSE MAT Logical Maths – 15 Questions in 15 Minutes

NTSE MAT Logical Maths – 15 Questions in 15 Minutes

NTSE (National Talent Search Exam) for students is meant to identify and nurture talent. The NTSE exam is conducted every year at two levels: – Stage-I (State Level) and stage-II(National Level). About one thousand scholarships are awarded for different stages of education as follows:

  • Scholarship of Rs. 1250/- per month for class XI to XII.
  • Scholarship of Rs. 2000/- per month for undergraduates and postgraduates.

Generally, state level exam takes place in the month of November every year and notification come out in the month of September. The next level exam takes place in the month of May every year.

All students of Class X studying in recognized schools are eligible to appear for the stage-I examination. There will be no domicile restriction.

The examination will comprise these parts namely

  • Mental Ability Test (MAT)
  • Language Test (LT)
  • Scholastic Ability Test (SAT)

For the preparation of such a prestigious exam, Team of Kailasha Foundation will bring a series of quizzes. In NTSE quiz series, this is the third quiz of maths under the head MAT in NTSE.

Attempt the quiz and find out your score.

Note: In this quiz, for every right answer your will be awarded 4 marks and for every wrong answer minus one mark will be awarded. You have 15 minutes to attempt the quiz.

Welcome to NTSE MAT _ Logical Maths

1) If sign ‘-‘ means ‘plus’, sign ‘+’ means ‘minus’, sign ‘*’ means ‘divided by’ and sign ‘/’ means ‘multiplied by’, then simplify:

7-8*5/6+4
2) If ‘+’ stands for ‘division’, ‘-‘ stands for ‘equal to’, ‘*’ stands for ‘addition’, ‘/’ stands for ‘greater than’, ‘=’ stands for ‘less than’, ‘>’ stands for ‘multiplication’ and ‘<’ stands for ‘subtraction’, then which of the following alternatives is correct?
3)

  1. Manipulate the symbol and find the missing member


If 3*6=18

4*7=22

9*1=20

Then 5*2=?
4) DIRECTIONS:  on the basis of the assumption that ∆ means ‘square the first number and multiply by the next number’, ≈ means ‘subtract the second number from the product of the two numbers’.

  1. (2∆3)∆0 is equal to

5) DIRECTIONS: On the basis of the assumption that ∆ means ‘square the first number and multiply by the next number’, ≈ means ‘subtract the second number from the product of the two numbers’.

(5≈3)∆3 is equal to:
6) DIRECTIONS:  on the basis of the assumption that

DIRECTION

a∆b∆c does not imply

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7) DIRECTIONS: On the basis of assumption that

DIRECTION

a□b∆c implies that

 
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then which one of the following would be a correct or proper inference?

2x*y and x#0

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then which one of the following would be a correct or proper inference?

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then which one of the following would be a correct or proper inference?
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Logical Maths

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