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Question 1 of 60
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDEA bag contains 8 apple and 6 orange. Four fruits are drawn out one by one and not
replaced. What is the probability that they are alternatively of different fruits?Correct
Fruits can be drawn in two format
AOAO and OAOA
Apple drawn 1st P=8/14*6/13*7/12*5/11
Orange drawn 1st P=6/14*8/13*5/12*7/11
Adding both we get
2[8*7*6*5/14*13*12*11]=2*(10/143)=20/143.Incorrect
Fruits can be drawn in two format
AOAO and OAOA
Apple drawn 1st P=8/14*6/13*7/12*5/11
Orange drawn 1st P=6/14*8/13*5/12*7/11
Adding both we get
2[8*7*6*5/14*13*12*11]=2*(10/143)=20/143. 
Question 2 of 60
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDEIn an interview the probability of Praveen to got selected is 0.4. The probability of
Geetha to got selected is 0.5. The probability of Sam to got selected is 0.6. The probability of Suresh to got selected is 0.8. What is the probability that at least 2 of
them got selected on that day?Correct
Required probability=1 â€“ no one got
selected â€“ 1 got selected
No one got selected = (10.4) x (10.5) x
(10.6) x (10.8) = 0.024
1 got selected= 0.4 x ((10.5) x (10.6) x (1
0.8) ) + 0.5 x ((10.4) x (10.6) x (10.8))
+0.6 x ((10.4) x (10.5) x (10.8)) + 0.8 x
((10.4) x (10.5) x (10.6))
= 0.016 + 0.024 + 0.036 + 0.096 = 0.17
So, Required probability = 1 â€“ 0.024 â€“ 0.17= 0.806Incorrect
Required probability=1 â€“ no one got
selected â€“ 1 got selected
No one got selected = (10.4) x (10.5) x
(10.6) x (10.8) = 0.024
1 got selected= 0.4 x ((10.5) x (10.6) x (1
0.8) ) + 0.5 x ((10.4) x (10.6) x (10.8))
+0.6 x ((10.4) x (10.5) x (10.8)) + 0.8 x
((10.4) x (10.5) x (10.6))
= 0.016 + 0.024 + 0.036 + 0.096 = 0.17
So, Required probability = 1 â€“ 0.024 â€“ 0.17= 0.806 
Question 3 of 60
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDEA basket contains 10 red ball and 15 white ball. out of which 3 red and 4 white balls
are damaged. If two balls selected at random, what is the probability that either
both are white balls or both are not damaged?Correct
P(A) = 15c2 / 25c2, P(B) = 18c2 / 25c2
P(Aâˆ©B) = 11c2 / 25c2
P(AâˆªB) = P(A) + P(B) â€“ P(Aâˆ©B) => (15c2
/ 25c2)+( 18c2 / 25c2)( 11c2 /
25c2)=406/600==>203/300Incorrect
P(A) = 15c2 / 25c2, P(B) = 18c2 / 25c2
P(Aâˆ©B) = 11c2 / 25c2
P(AâˆªB) = P(A) + P(B) â€“ P(Aâˆ©B) => (15c2
/ 25c2)+( 18c2 / 25c2)( 11c2 /
25c2)=406/600==>203/300 
Question 4 of 60
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDEA box contains tickets numbered from 1 to 16. 3 tickets are to be chosen to give 3 prizes. What is the probability that at least 2 tickets contain a number which is multiple of 4?
Correct
From 1 to 16, there are 4 numbers which
are multiple of 4
1st 2 are multiple of 4, and one any other
number from (164) = 12 tickets
4c2*12c1/16c3 = 72/560
2nd all are multiples of 4.
4c3/16c3=4/560
Add both 72/560+4/560.=76/560=19/140Incorrect
From 1 to 16, there are 4 numbers which
are multiple of 4
1st 2 are multiple of 4, and one any other
number from (164) = 12 tickets
4c2*12c1/16c3 = 72/560
2nd all are multiples of 4.
4c3/16c3=4/560
Add both 72/560+4/560.=76/560=19/140 
Question 5 of 60
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDEChance that Sheela tells truth is 35% and for Ramesh is 75%. In what percent they
likely to contradict each other in the same question?Correct
P(A) = 35/100=7/20 and P(B) =
75/100=3/4.
Now they are contradicting means one lies
and other speaks truth. So,
Probability = 7/20*1/4 + 13/20 * 3/4
=7/80+39/80=46/80=23/40Incorrect
P(A) = 35/100=7/20 and P(B) =
75/100=3/4.
Now they are contradicting means one lies
and other speaks truth. So,
Probability = 7/20*1/4 + 13/20 * 3/4
=7/80+39/80=46/80=23/40 
Question 6 of 60
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDEVeena bought a watch costing Rs. 1404 including sales tax at 8%. She asked the
shopkeeper to reduce the price of the watch so that she can save the amount equal to the
tax. The reduction of the price of the watch is?Correct
1.08x = 1404
x = 1300
The reduction of the price of the watch = 104Incorrect
1.08x = 1404
x = 1300
The reduction of the price of the watch = 104 
Question 7 of 60
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDEA Sales Executive gets a commission on total sales at 8%. If the sale is exceeded
Rs.10,000 he gets an additional commission as a bonus of 4% on the excess of sales over
Rs.10,000. If he gets the total commission of Rs.950, then the bonus he received is?Correct
Commission up to 10000 = 10000 * 8/100 = 800
Ratio = 2x:x ; Commission = 2x, Bonus = x ;
Bonus = 950 â€“ 800 * 1/3 = 150 * 1/3 = 50Incorrect
Commission up to 10000 = 10000 * 8/100 = 800
Ratio = 2x:x ; Commission = 2x, Bonus = x ;
Bonus = 950 â€“ 800 * 1/3 = 150 * 1/3 = 50 
Question 8 of 60
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDEIn a College there are 1800 students. Last day except 4% of the boys all the students
were present in the college. Today except 5% of the girls all the students are present in the college, but in both the days number of students present in the college, were same.
The number of girls in the college is?Correct
From Options;
let Number of girls = 800
Number of boys = 1000
96% of 1000 + 800 = 95% of 800 +
1000[satisfies the condition; Check the condition
with other options also]Incorrect
From Options;
let Number of girls = 800
Number of boys = 1000
96% of 1000 + 800 = 95% of 800 +
1000[satisfies the condition; Check the condition
with other options also] 
Question 9 of 60
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDEIn a library 60% of the books are in Hindi, 60% of the remaining books are in English
rest of the books are in Malayalam. If there are 4800 books in English, then the total
number of books in Malayalam are?Correct
Let there are X books in the library.
Hindi books = 60% of X = 60X /100 = 0.6X
Remaining Books = X â€“ 0.6X = 0.4X
English books = 40% of reaming books = 60%
of 0.4X = 0.24X.
Malayalam Books = X0.6X 0.24X = 0.16X
Given,
0.24X = 4800
X = 4800/0.24 = 20000
Malayalam Books = 0.16X = 0.16*20000 =
3200.Incorrect
Let there are X books in the library.
Hindi books = 60% of X = 60X /100 = 0.6X
Remaining Books = X â€“ 0.6X = 0.4X
English books = 40% of reaming books = 60%
of 0.4X = 0.24X.
Malayalam Books = X0.6X 0.24X = 0.16X
Given,
0.24X = 4800
X = 4800/0.24 = 20000
Malayalam Books = 0.16X = 0.16*20000 =
3200. 
Question 10 of 60
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDE80% of a small number is 4 less than 40% of a larger number. The larger number is 125
greater than the smaller one. The sum of these two numbers isCorrect
smaller number = x; larger number = y
0.8x + 4 = 0.4y
4y â€“ 8x = 40
y â€“ x = 125x = 115; y = 240
x + y = 355Incorrect
smaller number = x; larger number = y
0.8x + 4 = 0.4y
4y â€“ 8x = 40
y â€“ x = 125x = 115; y = 240
x + y = 355 
Question 11 of 60
11. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDEAn amount of money is to be divided between P, Q and R in the ratio of 3:7:12. If the
difference between the shares of P and Q is Rs.X, and the difference between Q and Râ€™s
share is Rs.3000. Find the total amount of money?Correct
12a7a = 3000
5a = 3000
a = 600
7a4a = x
3a = x
x = 1800
22*600 = 13200Incorrect
12a7a = 3000
5a = 3000
a = 600
7a4a = x
3a = x
x = 1800
22*600 = 13200 
Question 12 of 60
12. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDEIf a certain amount X is divided among A, B, C in such a way that A gets 2/3 of what B
gets and B gets 1/3 of what C gets, which of the following is trueCorrect
A= 2/3 B; B= 1/3C;
A:B = 2:3 ; B:C = 1:3;
A:B:C = 2:3:9
C = 9/14 * 1638 = 1053Incorrect
A= 2/3 B; B= 1/3C;
A:B = 2:3 ; B:C = 1:3;
A:B:C = 2:3:9
C = 9/14 * 1638 = 1053 
Question 13 of 60
13. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDESeats for Mathematics, Science and arts in a school are in the ratio 5:7:8. There is a
proposal to increase these seats by X%, Y% and Z% respectively. And the ratio of
increased seats is 2:3:4, which of the following is true?Correct
Number of increased seats are (140% of 5x), (150% of 7x) and (175% of 8x)
i.e., (140/100 * 5x), (150/100 * 7x) and (175/100 * 8x)i.e., 7x, 21x/2 and 14x
Required ratio = 7x:21x/2:14x
= 14x : 21x : 28x = 2:3:4Incorrect

Question 14 of 60
14. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDEAn amount of money is to be distributed among P, Q and R in the ratio of 7:4:5
respectively. If the total share of P and R is 4 times the share of Q, what is definitely Qâ€™s
share?Correct
Total sum not given
Incorrect
Total sum not given

Question 15 of 60
15. Question
1 pointsCategory: QUNTITATIVE APTITUDETwo candles of same height are lighted at the same time. The first is consumed in 3 hours
and second in 2 hours. Assuming that each candles burns at a constant rate, in how many
hours after being lighted, the ratio between the first and second candles becomes 2:1?Correct
Height of both candles are same i.e. h
First one takes 6 hours to burn completely, so in one hour = h/3
Similarly second one will burn in one hour = h/2
Let after t time, ratio between their height is 2:1
so, remaining height of first candle = h â€“ t*(h/3)
similarly for second candle = h â€“ t*(h/2)
ratio given 2:1,
h â€“ t*(h/3) / h â€“ t*(h/2) = 2/1
Solving we get t = 9/2 = 4.5Incorrect
Height of both candles are same i.e. h
First one takes 6 hours to burn completely, so in one hour = h/3
Similarly second one will burn in one hour = h/2
Let after t time, ratio between their height is 2:1
so, remaining height of first candle = h â€“ t*(h/3)
similarly for second candle = h â€“ t*(h/2)
ratio given 2:1,
h â€“ t*(h/3) / h â€“ t*(h/2) = 2/1
Solving we get t = 9/2 = 4.5 
Question 16 of 60
16. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIf Anil finds that he is fourteenth from the left end and 7 from the right end, then how many boys must be added to the line such that there are 30 boys in the line?
Correct
13 boys Anil 6 boys = 20 boys so number of boys to be added = 10
Incorrect
13 boys Anil 6 boys = 20 boys so number of boys to be added = 10

Question 17 of 60
17. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a class of 90 students, numbers of boys are twice the number of girls. Rani is 58th from the left end and there are 20 boys to the right of Rani, then the number of girls to the left of Rani?
Correct
Number of boys = 60 and girls are = 30 (57 students) Rani (20 boys) (12 girls) So number of girls to the left of Rani = 30 â€“ 12 1 = 17
Incorrect
Number of boys = 60 and girls are = 30 (57 students) Rani (20 boys) (12 girls) So number of girls to the left of Rani = 30 â€“ 12 1 = 17

Question 18 of 60
18. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a row of 50 students, A is fourteenth from the left end and B is tenth from the right end. How many students are there in between A and C if C is eight to the left of B?
Correct
13 students A (18 Students) C (7 students) B (9 students)
Incorrect
13 students A (18 Students) C (7 students) B (9 students)

Question 19 of 60
19. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA number of students are standing in a row facing north is such a way that a particular student is nineteenth from both the ends. So find the number of students in the class.
Correct
(18 students) BOY (18 students) = 18+18+1 = 37
Incorrect
(18 students) BOY (18 students) = 18+18+1 = 37

Question 20 of 60
20. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a row of 25 girls, when Neha was shifted by four places towards the left, she become 10th from the left end. What was her earlier position from the right end of the row?
Correct
(9 students) Neha ***(initial position) (11 students)
Incorrect
(9 students) Neha ***(initial position) (11 students)

Question 21 of 60
21. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection : Find the missing term in each of the following series :
1, 6, 15, ? 45, 66, 91Correct
Clearly, the given sequence follows the pattern : +5, +9, +13, +17, +21, +25, …….
Thus, 1 + 5 = 6, 6 + 9 = 15, ………
So, missing term =m 15 + 13 = 28.Incorrect
Clearly, the given sequence follows the pattern : +5, +9, +13, +17, +21, +25, …….
Thus, 1 + 5 = 6, 6 + 9 = 15, ………
So, missing term =m 15 + 13 = 28. 
Question 22 of 60
22. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection : Find the missing term in each of the following series :
2, 5, 9, 19, 37, ?
Correct
Clearly, we have : 2 x 2 + 1 = 5, 5 x 2 – 1 = 9, 9 x 2 + 1 = 19, 19 x 2 – 1 = 37, …….
So, missing term = 37 x 2 + 1 = 75.
Incorrect
Clearly, we have : 2 x 2 + 1 = 5, 5 x 2 – 1 = 9, 9 x 2 + 1 = 19, 19 x 2 – 1 = 37, …….
So, missing term = 37 x 2 + 1 = 75.

Question 23 of 60
23. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection : Find the missing term in each of the following series :
4, 8, 28, 80, 244, ?
Correct
The terms of the given series are :Â
${3}^{1}+1,{3}^{2}\u20131,{3}^{3}+1,{3}^{4}\u20131,{3}^{5}+1,.........$So, missing term =Â
${3}^{6}\u20131=729\u20131=728.$Incorrect
The terms of the given series are :Â
${3}^{1}+1,{3}^{2}\u20131,{3}^{3}+1,{3}^{4}\u20131,{3}^{5}+1,.........$So, missing term =Â
${3}^{6}\u20131=729\u20131=728.$ 
Question 24 of 60
24. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection : Find the missing term in each of the following series :
10000, 11000, 9900, 10890, 9801, ?
Correct
Clearly, alternately we add and subtract 10% of a term to obtain the next term of the series.
Thus, 10000 + (10% of 10000) = 11000; 11000 – (10% of 11000) = 9900,
9900 + (10% of 9900) = 10890, 10890 – (10% of 10890) = 9801.
So, missing term = 9801 + (10% of 9801) = 9801 + 980 = 10781.
Incorrect
Clearly, alternately we add and subtract 10% of a term to obtain the next term of the series.
Thus, 10000 + (10% of 10000) = 11000; 11000 – (10% of 11000) = 9900,
9900 + (10% of 9900) = 10890, 10890 – (10% of 10890) = 9801.
So, missing term = 9801 + (10% of 9801) = 9801 + 980 = 10781.

Question 25 of 60
25. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection : Find the missing term in each of the following series :
1, 4, 27, 16, ? , 36, 343
Correct
Clearly, the given series consists of cubes of odd numbers and squares of even numbers, i.e.,Â
${1}^{3},{2}^{2},{3}^{3},{4}^{2},..........$So, missing term =Â
${5}^{3}=125.$Incorrect
Clearly, the given series consists of cubes of odd numbers and squares of even numbers, i.e.,Â
${1}^{3},{2}^{2},{3}^{3},{4}^{2},..........$So, missing term =Â
${5}^{3}=125.$ 
Question 26 of 60
26. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningK is a place which is located 2 km away in the northwest direction from the capital P, R is another place that is located 2 km away in the south west direction from km is another place and that is located 2 km away in the northwest direction from R.T. is yet another place that is located 2 km away in the south west direction from M. In which directions is T located in relation to P ?
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Question 27 of 60
27. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSeeta starts from a point, walks 2 km towards north, turns towards her right and walks 2 km, turns right again and walks. What is the direction she is facing now ?
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Question 28 of 60
28. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningRaju is standing facing north, He goes 30 metres ahead and turns left and goes for 15 metres. Now he turns right and goes for 50 metres and finally turns to his right and walks. In which direction is he heading ?
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Question 29 of 60
29. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSanmitra starts from his house and walks 3 kms towards north. Then he turns right and walks 2 km and then turns and right and walks 5 km, then turns right and walks 2 km nd then again turns right and walks 2 km. Which direction is he facing now ?
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Question 30 of 60
30. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningMohan travelled westward 5 kms., turned left and travelled 3 kms, turned right and travelled 9 kms. Then he travelled north 3 kms. How far he is from the starting point ?
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Question 31 of 60
31. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishCONSEQUENCE
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Question 32 of 60
32. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishENIGMATIC
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Question 33 of 60
33. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishVIRTUOUS
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Question 34 of 60
34. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishIMPETUOUS
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Question 35 of 60
35. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishINTERIM
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Question 36 of 60
36. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishIn each of the following questions, out of the given alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.
Mediocre
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Question 37 of 60
37. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishVindictive
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Question 38 of 60
38. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishInsolent
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Question 39 of 60
39. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishInspire
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Question 40 of 60
40. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishExtravagant
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Question 41 of 60
41. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishEach village adopted by the club was provided by electric supply.
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Question 42 of 60
42. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishVarunÂ insisted him to do this work.
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Question 43 of 60
43. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishSports is good to health.
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Question 44 of 60
44. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishEven more than my father was she intolerant of demonstrativeness and the wearing of one’s heart on his sleeve
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Question 45 of 60
45. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishAll work and no play make Ramu a dull boy.
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Question 46 of 60
46. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishWhen you
(P) which one is closest in meaning
(Q) read the four sentences in your text book and decide.
(R) to the statement you have heard
(S) hear a statement
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Question 47 of 60
47. Question
1 pointsCategory: English(1) Thick glass may
(P) which are available
(Q) of the home bottlecuttlers
(R) in many large stores, but any fine
(S) be cut with one
(6) glass requires personal attention.
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Question 48 of 60
48. Question
1 pointsCategory: English(1) There is a fashion nowadays
(P) as an evil
(Q) who is born with a silver spoon
(R) to bewail poverty
(S) and to pity the youngman
(6) in his mouth.
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Question 49 of 60
49. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishA typical Prakash Padukone day
(P) or even a game of tennis
(Q) starts off
(R) on some days
(S) with an early morning.
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Question 50 of 60
50. Question
1 pointsCategory: English(1) Long, long, time ago
(P) who lived with his virtuous wife
(Q) in a country called Chinchinchon
(R) there ruled a noble king
(S) and seven daughters.
(6) pretty, graceful and wellversed in fine arts.
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Question 51 of 60
51. Question
1 pointsCategory: ComputerWhich of the language is CPU dependent?
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Question 52 of 60
52. Question
1 pointsCategory: ComputerLanguages which can easily interact with the hardware are called
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Question 53 of 60
53. Question
1 pointsCategory: ComputerComputer language used on internet is
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Question 54 of 60
54. Question
1 pointsCategory: ComputerThe language which can be relocated easily is
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Question 55 of 60
55. Question
1 pointsCategory: ComputerLisp the second oldest high level programming language.here lisp stands for
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Question 56 of 60
56. Question
1 pointsCategory: ComputerWhere header appears?
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Question 57 of 60
57. Question
1 pointsCategory: ComputerMost of the editing tools are available under which menu?
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Question 58 of 60
58. Question
1 pointsCategory: ComputerFor printing a document you have to put on
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Question 59 of 60
59. Question
1 pointsCategory: ComputerTo move to the beginning of a line of text,press the ___ key
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60. Question
1 pointsCategory: ComputerA program which helps to create written documents and lets go back and make corrections as necessary
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