UPSC CSAT Quiz – 2021: IASbaba’s Daily CSAT Practice Test – 22nd January 2021
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Question 1 of 5
1. Question
A rectangular field is to be fenced on three sides leaving a side of 20 feet uncovered. If the area of the field is 680 sq. feet, how many feet of fencing will be required?
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Solution (d)
We have: l = 20 ft. and lb = 680 sq ft.
So, b = 34 ft.
Length of fencing = (l + 2b) = (20 + 68) ft. = 88 ft.
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Solution (d)
We have: l = 20 ft. and lb = 680 sq ft.
So, b = 34 ft.
Length of fencing = (l + 2b) = (20 + 68) ft. = 88 ft.

Question 2 of 5
2. Question
Prema is twice as efficient as Anjali and takes 90 days less than Anjali to complete the job. Find the time in which they can finish the job together?
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Solution (d)
Since ‘A’ is ‘m’ times as efficient as ‘B’ & takes ‘D’ days less than ‘B’, then the time required to complete the job together is given by,
T = m × D / (m21)
T = 2 × 90 / (41)
T = 60 days
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Solution (d)
Since ‘A’ is ‘m’ times as efficient as ‘B’ & takes ‘D’ days less than ‘B’, then the time required to complete the job together is given by,
T = m × D / (m21)
T = 2 × 90 / (41)
T = 60 days

Question 3 of 5
3. Question
A sales executive went to meet his client A in another office 17 km away in the Northeast direction of his own office. From there he went to see client B in an office 15 km in the south of his client A’s office. How far from the starting point and in what direction is he now?
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Solution (b)
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Solution (b)

Question 4 of 5
4. Question
Given below are the statement and 2 conclusions. Based on that select the correct option
Statement: T ≤ M ≤ J = Q > F > S; M > R
Conclusions:
 Q ≥ T
 J > S
Choose the correct code
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Solution (c)
T ≤ M ≤ J = Q > F > Sà(1)
M > R à(2)
From (1), we get
T ≤ Q or Q ≥ T. Thus, conclusion I is true
Again, J > S is true. Hence both conclusion I and II are true.
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Solution (c)
T ≤ M ≤ J = Q > F > Sà(1)
M > R à(2)
From (1), we get
T ≤ Q or Q ≥ T. Thus, conclusion I is true
Again, J > S is true. Hence both conclusion I and II are true.

Question 5 of 5
5. Question
Given below are the statement and 2 conclusions. Based on that select the correct option
Statement: H > S ≥ F = B ≤ U ≤ T; E ≤ B ≤ K
Conclusions:
 U ≥ E
 S > T
Choose the correct code
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Solution (a)
H > S ≥ F = B ≤ U ≤ Tà(1)
E ≤ B ≤ Kà(2)
Combining (1) and (2), we get
E ≤ B ≤ U
Thus, E ≤ U or U ≥ E. Hence I is true. Again we can’t compare S and T. Hence II (S > T) is not true.
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Solution (a)
H > S ≥ F = B ≤ U ≤ Tà(1)
E ≤ B ≤ Kà(2)
Combining (1) and (2), we get
E ≤ B ≤ U
Thus, E ≤ U or U ≥ E. Hence I is true. Again we can’t compare S and T. Hence II (S > T) is not true.