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GATE Electrical 2022 | GA Question: 5
The figure below shows the front and rear view of a disc, which is shaded with identical patterns. The disc is flipped once with respect to any one of the fixed axes $1 -1$, $2 -2$ or $3 -3$ chosen uniformly at random. What is the probability that the ... $0$ $\frac{1}{3}$ $\frac{2}{3}$ $1$
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Quantitative Aptitude
Feb 26
gate2022-ee
quantitative-aptitude
probability
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GATE Electrical 2022 | GA Question: 7
There are two identical dice with a single letter on each of the faces. The following six letters: $\text{Q, R, S, T, U}$ and $\text{V}$, one on each of the faces. Any of the six outcomes are equally likely. The two dice are thrown once independently at random. What is the ... $\text{V}$? $\frac{1}{4}$ $\frac{3}{4}$ $\frac{1}{6}$ $\frac{5}{36}$
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Quantitative Aptitude
Feb 26
gate2022-ee
quantitative-aptitude
probability
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GATE Electrical 2022 | GA Question: 8
The price of an item is $10\%$ cheaper in an online store $S$ compared to the price at another online store $M$. Store $S$ charges $\text{₹ }150$ for delivery. There are no delivery charges for orders from the store $M$. A person bought the items ... $S$ (in $\text{₹}$) if there are no other charges than what is described above? $2500$ $2250$ $1750$ $1500$
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Quantitative Aptitude
Feb 22
gate2022-ee
quantitative-aptitude
cost-market-price
0
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GATE Electrical 2022 | GA Question: 9
The letters $\text{P, Q, R, S, T}$ and ${U}$ are to be placed one per vertex on a regular convex hexagon, but not necessarily in the same order. Consider the following statements: The line segment joining $R$ and $S$ is longer than the line ... joining $U$ and $Q$ The line segment joining $Q$ and $S$ is perpendicular to the line segment joining $R$ and $P$
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Analytical Aptitude
Feb 22
gate2022-ee
analytical-aptitude
logical-reasoning
statements-follow
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GATE Electrical 2022 | GA Question: 10
An ant is at the bottom-left corner of a grid (point $\text{P}$) as shown above. It aims to move to the top-right corner of the grid. The ant moves only along the lines marked in the grid such that the current distance to the top-right ... decreases. Which one of the following is a part of a possible trajectory of the ant during the movement? A. B. C. D.
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Spatial Aptitude
Feb 22
gate2022-ee
spatial-aptitude
patterns-in-two-dimensions
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GATE Electrical 2022 | GA Question: 4
Given below are two statements and four conclusions drawn based on the statements. Statement $1$: Some bottles are cups. Statement $2$: All cups are knives. Conclusion $\text{I}$ : Some bottles are knives. Conclusion $\text{II}$ : Some knives are ... $\text{IV}$ are correct Only conclusion $\text{III}$ and conclusion $\text{IV}$ are correct
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Analytical Aptitude
Feb 22
gate2022-ee
analytical-aptitude
statements-follow
0
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GATE Electrical 2022 | GA Question: 3
Three bells $P$, $Q$ and $R$ are rung periodically in a school. $P$ is rung every $20$ minutes; $Q$ is rung every $30$ minutes and $R$ is rung every $50$ minutes. If all the three bells are rung at $12 : 00$ $\text{PM}$, when will the three bells ring together again ... time? $5 : 00$ $\text{PM}$ $5 : 30$ $\text{PM}$ $6 : 00$ $\text{PM}$ $6 : 30$ $\text{PM}$
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Quantitative Aptitude
Feb 21
gate2022-ee
quantitative-aptitude
lcm-hcf
1
vote
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GATE Electrical 2022 | GA Question: 2
In a $500\;m$ race, $P$ and $Q$ have speeds in the ratio of $3 : 4$. $Q$ starts the race when $P$ has already covered $140\; m$. What is the distance between $P$ and $Q$ (in $m$) when $P$ wins the race? $20$ $40$ $60$ $140$
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Quantitative Aptitude
Feb 21
gate2022-ee
quantitative-aptitude
speed-time-distance
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GATE Electrical 2022 | GA Question: 1
As you grow older, an injury to your ______________ may take longer to ____________. heel / heel heal / heel heal / heal heel / heal
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Verbal Aptitude
Feb 21
gate2022-ee
verbal-aptitude
most-appropriate-word
1
vote
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GATE Electrical 2020 | GA Question: 10
The revenue and expenditure of four different companies $\text{P, Q, R and S}$ in $2015$ are shown in the figure. If the revenue of company $\text{Q}$ in $2015$ was $20$% more than that in $2014$, and company $\text{Q}$ had earned a profit of ... expenditure in $2014$, then its expenditure (in million rupees) in $2014$ was _______. $32.7$ $33.7$ $34.1$ $35.1$
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Quantitative Aptitude
Apr 4, 2021
gate2020-ee
numerical-ability
data-interpretation
bar-graph
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vote
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GATE Electrical 2021 | GA Question: 10
Seven cars $\text{P, Q. R, S, T, U and V}$ are parked in a row not necessarily in that order. The cars $T$ and $U$ should be parked next to each other. The cars $S$ and $V$ also should be parked next to each other, whereas $P$ and $Q$ ... and $R$ are not parked together. $V$ is the only car parked in between $S$ and $R$. Car $P$ is parked at the extreme end.
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Analytical Aptitude
Mar 27, 2021
gateee-2021
analytical-aptitude
logical-reasoning
seating-arrangements
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vote
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GATE Electrical 2021 | GA Question: 7
In the figure shown above, each inside square is formed by joining the midpoints of the sides of the next larger square. The area of the smallest square (shaded) as shown, in $\text{cm}^{2}$ is: $12.50$ $6.25$ $3.125$ $1.5625$
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Quantitative Aptitude
Mar 27, 2021
gateee-2021
numerical-ability
geometry
squares
area
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GATE Electrical 2021 | GA Question: 4
Which one of the following numbers is exactly divisible by $\left ( 11^{13} +1\right )$? $11^{26} +1$ $11^{33} +1$ $11^{39} -1$ $11^{52} -1$
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Quantitative Aptitude
Mar 27, 2021
gateee-2021
numerical-ability
number-system
number-theory
2
votes
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GATE Electrical 2021 | GA Question: 3
For a regular polygon having $10$ sides, the interior angle between the sides of the polygon, in degrees, is: $396$ $324$ $216$ $144$
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Spatial Aptitude
Mar 27, 2021
gateee-2021
spatial-aptitude
patterns-in-three-dimensions
1
vote
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GATE Electrical 2021 | GA Question: 8
Let $X$ be a continuous random variable denoting the temperature measured. The range of temperature is $[0, 100]$ degree Celsius and let the probability density function of $X$ be $f\left ( x \right )=0.01$ for $0\leq X\leq 100$. The mean of $X$ is __________ $2.5$ $5.0$ $25.0$ $50.0$
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Quantitative Aptitude
Mar 27, 2021
gateee-2021
numerical-ability
probability
probability-density-function
expectation
1
vote
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GATE Electrical 2021 | GA Question: 9
The number of students passing or failing in an exam for a particular subject is presented in the bar chart above. Students who pass the exam cannot appear for the exam again. Students who fail the exam in the first attempt must appear for the exam in the following ... $65$ and $53$ $60$ and $50$ $55$ and $53$ $55$ and $48$
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Quantitative Aptitude
Mar 27, 2021
gateee-2021
numerical-ability
data-interpretation
bar-graph
1
vote
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GATE Electrical 2021 | GA Question: 2
A transparent square sheet shown above is folded along the dotted line. The folded sheet will look like ________________.
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Spatial Aptitude
Mar 24, 2021
gateee-2021
spatial-aptitude
paper-folding
1
vote
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GATE Electrical 2020 | GA Question: 7
Select the next element of the series: $\text{Z, WV , RQP,}$ _____ $\text{LKJI}$ $\text{JIHG}$ $\text{KJIH}$ $\text{NMLK}$
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Analytical Aptitude
Feb 15, 2021
gate2020-ee
analytical-aptitude
logical-reasoning
sequence-series
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