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SSC CHSL 2016 Tier-1 complete question paper held on 19 Jan 2017 (Afternoon Shift)

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    In this article, we have shared all the 100 questions asked in SSC CHSL 2016. This examination was held on 19thJan, 2017 in the afternoon shift. We have successfully arranged the question paper from the SSC website with all questions and their suitable answers. As all of you know that the previous year papers play an important & crucial role in preparation of SSC exams as it will give you the glimpse of type of questions and their difficulty level.

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    Question 1. Select the related word/letters/number from the given alternatives.

    Circle : Sphere : : Square : ?

    (a) Parallelogram

    (b) Cuboid

    (c) Cube

    (d) Retangle

    Question 2. Select the related word/letters/number from the given alternatives.

    ORDINARY : RUGLQDUB : : NUMBERS : ?

    (a) QXEPHUV

    (b) QXPHEUV

    (c) QXPEHUV

    (d) QXPEHVU

    Question 3. Select the related word/letters/number from the given alternatives.

    AMERICA : BPFUJFB : : INDIA : ?

    (a) JQLEA

    (b) QJELB

    (c) JQLEB

    (d) JQELB

    Question 4. Select the related word/letters/number from the given alternatives.

    1272 : 212 : : 720 : ?

    (a) 132

    (b) 195

    (c) 150

    (d) 120

    Question 5. Find out the odd word/letters/number/number pair from the given alternatives.

    (a) Ostrich

    (b) Peascock

    (c) Sparrow

    (d) Kingfisher

    Question 6. Find out the odd word/letters/number/number pair from the given alternatives.

    (a) P15

    (b) M13

    (c) G07

    (d) T20

    Question 7. Find out the odd word/letters/number/number pair from the given alternatives.

    (a) 43, 86

    (b) 15, 45

    (c) 16, 48

    (d) 14, 42

    Question 8. Find out the odd word/letters/number/number pair from the given alternatives.

    (a) 1296

    (b) 2401

    (c) 6561

    (d) 4094

    Question 9. A series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

    Ground water, Evaporation, Condensation, Cloud formation, ?

    (a) Precipition

    (b) Sublimation

    (c) Decantation

    (d) Ice

    Question 10. A series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

    GM, JO, KP, NR, OS, ?

    (a) QR

    (b) RU

    (c) RS

    (d) RT

    Question 11. A series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

    XF, SK, OO, LR, ?

    (a) KM

    (b) JT

    (c) GI

    (d) JH

    Question 12. A series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

    0, 5, 4, 9, 8, 13, ?

    (a) 33

    (b) 12

    (c) 30

    (d) 19

    Question 13. In the following question, two statements are given each followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to consider the statement to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follows from the given statements.

    Statement:

    (I) In India, the demand for cosmetic products of export quality is very high.

    (II) Demand for men's cosmetic products has also been created successfully.

    Conclusions:

    (I) The local cosmetic manufacturers are struggling hard to survive in market.

    (II) Herbal cosmetics market is also evolved due to increased need of demand for varieties of products.

    (a) Conclusion I follows

    (b) Conclusion II follows

    (c) Neither I nor II follows

    (d) Both I and II follows

    Question 14. There Is a Jungle where only deer and peacock live. The total number of legs in the Jungle is 100 and the total number of eyes is 60. And the number of deer and peacock in the Jungle.

    (a) 15, 20

    (b) 20, 10

    (c) 25, 5

    (d) 15, 5

    Question 15. Arrange the given words in the sequence in which they occur in the dictionary.

    i. Required

    ii. Requirement

    iii. Repentant

    iv. Reciprocal

    (a) iii, iv, ii, i

    (b) iv, i, iii, ii

    (c) iv, i, ii, iii

    (d) iv, iii, i, ii

    Question 16. In a certain code language, “MESSAGE” is written as “@!^^*?!” and “VIM” is written as “>&@“. How is “SAVAGE” written in that code language?

    (a) ^>**?!

    (b) ^*>*?!

    (c) ^*>*!?

    (d) ^**>?!

    Question 17. In the following Question, select the missing number from the given series.

    9

    64

    8

    15

    70

    5

    14

    ?

    7

    (a) 67

    (b) 91

    (c) 37

    (d) 38

    Question 18. If “#” means “subtraction”, “&” means “division”, “@” means “addition” and “%” means “multiplication”, then 408 & 4 # 39 @ 12 % 7 = ?

    (a) 125

    (b) 147

    (c) 174

    (d) 120

    Question 19. In the following question, which one set of letters when sequentially placed at the gaps in the given letter series shall complete it?

    JK_LJ_KJ_KK_

    (a) KKKJ

    (b) JKJK

    (c) KKJL

    (d) KJKJ

    Question 20. A woman leaves from her office in a car to reach her home. She drives 50 km towards south and then takes a right turn. After driving for 25 km in that direction, she takes a left turn and drives for 50 km more. In which direction is her home with respect to her office?

    (a) South-west

    (b) North- east

    (c) West

    (d) East

    Question 21. A word is represented by only one set of numbers as given in any one of the alternatives. The sets of numbers given in the alternatives are represented by two classes of alphabets as shown in the given two matrices. The columns and rows of Matrix-I are numbered from 0 to 4 and that of Matrix-II are numbered from 5 to 9. A letter from these matrices can be represented first by its row and next by its column, for example, ‘A' can be represented by 68, 99 etc. and 'M' can be represented by 42, 02 etc. Similarly, you have to identify the set for the word ‘ROSE’.

    Matrix – I

     

    1

    2

    3

    4

    E

    R

    M

    D

    O

    1

    S

    A

    N

    F

    I

    2

    R

    S

    Y

    A

    S

    3

    A

    R

    V

    S

    E

    4

    O

    L

    M

    B

    N

    Matrix – II

     

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    5

    R

    N

    M

    R

    E

    6

    O

    I

    V

    A

    O

    7

    E

    V

    S

    M

    R

    8

    R

    S

    W

    O

    E

    9

    E

    V

    E

    H

    A

    (a) 01, 65, 86, 41

    (b) 20, 69, 00, 77

    (c) 79, 04, 33, 30

    (d) 85, 88, 21, 00

    Question 22. Rahul is the father of Anupreet's husband. Priya and Ankit are the only two children of Rahul. Priya is the sister-in-law of Anupreet. How is Ankit related to Anupreet?

    (a) Father

    (b) Grandson

    (c) Son

    (d) Husband

    Question 23. If a mirror is placed on the line MN, then which of the answer figures is the right image of the given figure?

     

    (a)

     

    (b)

     

    (c)

     

    (d)

     

    Question 24. Identiry the diagram that best represents the relationship among the given classes.

    Elephant, Rat, Cat

    (a)

     

    (b)

     

    (c)

     

    (d)

     

    Question 25. A piece of paper is folded and punched as shown below in the question figures. From the given answer figures, indicate how it will appear when opened.

     

    (a)

     

    (b)

     

    (c)

     

    (d)

     

    Question 26. A World Heritage Site is a landmark which has been officially recognized by _______.

    (a) UNIDO

    (b) UNESCO

    (c) UNICEF

    (d) UPU

    Question 27. Rabindranath Tagore won Nobel Prize for?

    (a) Leterature

    (b) Physics

    (c) Peace

    (d) Economic Studies

    Question 28. Which drug is used to cure Hypertension?

    (a) Risedronate

    (b) Diazepam

    (c) Folic Acid

    (d) Hydralazine

    Question 29. The beetroot is the _______portion of the beet plant.

    (a) tap root

    (b) adventitious

    (c) bulb of the stem

    (d) rhizome

    Question 30. What is the basic unit of heredity?

    (a) DNA

    (b) RNA

    (c) Chromosome

    (d) Gene

    Question 31. Acetic acid is known as _______.

    (a) Caustic soda

    (b) Spirit

    (c) Banking soda

    (d) Vinegar

    Question 32. ________ is a polar covalent bond.

    (a) P-Cl

    (b) Ne-Ne

    (c) Cl-Cl

    (d) Ca-Cl

    Question 33. _______ tells the computer’s memory, arithmetic/logic unit and input and output devices how to respond to a program’s instructions.

    (a) Storage Unit

    (b) Input Device

    (c) Control Unit

    (d) Logic Unit

    Question 34. English is the official language of _________.

    (a) Chhattisgarh

    (b) Meghalaya

    (c) Assam

    (d) Goa

    Question 35. If demand curve for trekking boots is D = 11000 – 30P and supply curve is S = 4000 + 40P, What is the equilibrium Price?

    (a) 50

    (b) 100

    (c) 150

    (d) 200

    Question 36. At same money supply, if the government reduces the tax rate which of the following is true?

    (a) Government revenues will surely fall

    (b) Disposable income will surely increase

    (c) Budget deficit will surely fall

    (d) Budget surplus will surely fall

    Question 37. Which of the following is a not a green house gas?

    (a) Carbon Dioxide

    (b) Water Vapour

    (c) Carbonn Monoxide

    (d) Nitrous Oxide

    Question 38. Which chemical is used to ripen mangoes artificially?

    (a) Sulphur Dioxide

    (b) Nitrous Oxide

    (c) Calcius Carbide

    (d) Phoshorous

    Question 39. The Yellow river passes through which country?

    (a) Russsia

    (b) China

    (c) USA

    (d) Australia

    Question 40. Capital City of Myanmar is ________.

    (a) Naypyidaw

    (b) Yangon

    (c) Rangoon

    (d) Thimphu

    Question 41. What is capital of Argentina?

    (a) Buenos Aires

    (b) Copenhagen

    (c) Vienna

    (d) Ottawa

    Question 42. India and China signed ‘Panchsheel Pact’ in the year _____.

    (a) 1944

    (b) 1954

    (c) 1964

    (d) 1974

    Question 43. When did ‘Jallianwala Bagh’ tragedy occur?

    (a) 13th April 1867

    (b) 15th June 1947

    (c) 13th April 1919

    (d) 17th May 2011

    Question 44. Hypertext was invented by ______.

    (a) Jean-Antoine Nollet

    (b) Alfred Nobel

    (c) Joseph Nicephore Niepce

    (d) Ted Nelson

    Question 45. If an object, on a free fall from a certain height, reaches the ground in 1 second, what is its velocity on the impact with the ground?

    (a) 4.9 m/s

    (b) 9.8 m/s

    (c) 14.7 m/s

    (d) 19.6 m/s

    Question 46. If in a motion, the axis of the rotation does not pass through the object, then the motion is called ______.

    (a) Spin motion

    (b) Oscillatory motion

    (c) Translatory motion

    (d) Orbital motion

    Question 47. The Constitution of which country is the longest written constitutioni of any sovereign country in the world?

    (a) Russia

    (b) United Kingdom

    (c) USA

    (d) India

    Question 48. The number of parliamentary seats (Lok Sabha) of Karnataka is

    (a) 10

    (b) 26

    (c) 28

    (d) 48

    Question 49. ______ is the national sport of England.

    (a) Rugby

    (b) Soccer

    (c) Baseball

    (d) Cricket

    Question 50. Who wrote “The Jungle Book”.

    (a) R.K. Laxman

    (b) Roald Dahi

    (c) Rudyard Kipling

    (d) Paddy Clark

    Question 51. If x + 5 ( x – 2) < 4 – x < 4x – 1; then the value of x is

    (a) -3/2

    (b) 3/2

    (c) 0

    (d) 3

    Question 52. The point Q(a, b) is first reflected in Y-axis to Q1 and Q1 is reflected in X-axis to (-4, 5). The co-ordinates of point Q are

    (a) (4, -5)

    (b) (-4, -5)

    (c) (4, 5)

    (d) (-4, 5)

    Question 53. What is the value of 99993 x 100007?

    (a) 9999999951

    (b) 9999899951

    (c) 9999999851

    (d) 9999999941

    Question 54. Which of the following is correct?

    (a) (5x + y)2 = 25x2 + 5xy + y2

    (b) (5x – y)2 = 25x2 – 10xy + y2

    (c) (5x – y)2 = 25x2 + 10xy + y2

    (d) (5x + y)2 = 25x2 – 5xy + y2

    Question 55. If sec 2250 = x, then the value of x is

    (a) -√2

    (b) 1/√3

    (c) -1

    (d) -1/3

    Question 56. What are the roots of the quadratic equation 15x2 – 2x – 8 = 0

    (a) 2/3, -4/5

    (b) -2/3, 4/5

    (c) -3/2, 5/4

    (d) 3/2, -5/4

    Question 57. A rice trader buys 26 quintals of rice for Rs 1,872. 28% rice is lost in transportation. At what rate should he sell to earn 10% profit?

    (a) Rs 110 per quintal

    (b) Rs 47.12 per quintal

    (c) Rs 79.2 per quintal

    (d) Rs 102.4 per quintal

    Question 58. A number is greater than twice its reciprocal by 49/5. What is the number.

    (a) 9

    (b) 8

    (c) 10

    (d) 7

    Question 59. If a merchant offers a discount of 10% on the list price, then she makes a loss of 16%. What % profit or % loss will she make if she sells at a discount of 25% of the list price?

    (a) 32 percent profit

    (b) 33.33 percent loss

    (c) 30 percent loss

    (d) 5 percent profit

    Question 60. 31 is 0.8% of?

    (a) 3875

    (b) 1550

    (c) 775

    (d) 11625

    Question 61. The cross section of a canal is in the shape of an isosceles trapezium which is 2m wide at the bottom and 3 m wide at the top. If the depth of the canal is 1 m and it is 100 m long, what is the maximum capacity of this canal?

    (a) 500 cubic mts

    (b) 250 cubic mts

    (c) 750 cubic mts

    (d) 1000 cubic mts

    Question 62. The points A(2, -3), B(-2, 0) and C(6, x) are collinear. What is the value of x?

    (a) -1

    (b) -6

    (c) 3

    (d) 2

    Question 63. The bus fare between two cities is increased in the ratio 9:11. What is the increase in the fare, if the original fare, if the original fare is Rs. 675?

    (a) Rs 825

    (b) Rs 150

    (c) Rs 165

    (d) Rs 330

    Question 64. Among three numbers, the first is twice the second and thrice the third. If the average of three numbers is 638, then what is the difference between the first and the third number?

    (a) 957

    (b) 503

    (c) 696

    (d) 541

    Question 65. If 1/√(1 – cos2A) = x, then the value of x is

    (a) secA

    (b) sinA

    (c) cotA

    (d) cosecA

    Question 66. A car travels a certain distance at 30 km/h and comes back at 45 km/h. What is the average speed for total journey.

    (a) 37.5 km/hr

    (b) 34.5 km/hr

    (c) 36 km/hr

    (d) 39 km/hr

    Question 67. What is the value of [1 / (sinA + cosA)] + [1 / (sinA – cosA)]?

    (a) 2tanA/(1 – 2cos2A)

    (b) 2cotA/(1 – 2cos2A)

    (c) 2cosecA/(1 – 2cos2A)

    (d) 2sinA/(1 – 2cos2A)

    Question 68. There is 40% increase in an amount in 8 years at simple interest. What will be the compound interest of Rs. 20000 after 3 years at the same rate?

    (a) Rs 3152.5

    (b) Rs 6305

    (c) Rs 7881.25

    (d) Rs 4728.75

    Question 69. An angle is 4/5th of its supplementary angle. What is the measure of the angle?

    (a) 100

    (b) 50

    (c) 40

    (d) 80

    Question 70. In an isosceles trapezium _____.

    (a) one pair of opposite sides are congruent

    (b) Diagonals are not equal

    (c) Opposite angles are not equal

    (d) Diagonals form two congruent triangles

    Question 71. Mihir can do a piece of work in 30 hours. If he is joined by Jigya who is 50% more efficient, in what time will they together finish the work?

    (a) 24 hours

    (b) 12 hours

    (c) 6 hours

    (d) 3 hours

    Question 72. Refer the below data table and answer the following Question.

     

    Number of employees

    Annual salary (in lakhs)

    Bonus as percent of annual salary

    Manager

    1

    36

    50%

    Executive

    5

    12

    20%

    Trainee

    1

    2

    20%

    What is the average bonus (in rupees)?

    (a) 3040002

    (b) 166666.67

    (c) 208000

    (d) 434286

    Question 73. Refer the below data table and answer the following Question.

     

    2011

    2012

    2013

    2014

    2015

    Company A

    2000

    5000

    1000

    4000

    3000

    Company B

    4000

    4000

    5000

    5000

    3000

    Company C

    5000

    5000

    2000

    5000

    3000

    For which of the following pairs of years the total exports from the three Companies together are equal?

    (Note: Figures given are in lakh rupees)

    (a) 2011 & 2013

    (b) 2013 & 2015

    (c) 2011 & 2012

    (d) 2014 & 2012

    Question 74. Refer the below data table and answer the following Question.

    Year

    Profit or (-Loss) in Rs Crore

    2011

    -25

    2012

    5

    2013

    -10

    2014

    10

    2015

    -10

    What was the total Profit or loss of the company in last 5 years?

    (a) Loss of Rs 40 crores

    (b) Pofit of Rs 30 crores

    (c) Profit of Rs 40 crores

    (d) Loss of Rs 30 crores

    Question 75. Refer the below data table and answer the following Question.

    India’s exports in 2015

    Value in million US$

    Jewellery

    925

    Software

    600

    Cotton

    825

    Steel

    850

    Electronics

    550

    Software was what percent of total exports?

    (a) 18.5 percent

    (b) 16 percent

    (c) 21 percent

    (d) 13.5 percent

    Question 76 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

    The bus (had left) before I reached the stop.

    (a) left

    (b) leaves

    (c) will have left

    (d) no improvement

    Question 77 - Rearrange the parts of the sentence in correct order.

    There is never

    P-behind the persistence of such problems; it always has

    Q-a single factor

    R-to be a nexus of forces

    (a) QPR

    (b) PRQ

    (c) RPQ

    (d) QRP

    Question 78 - Rearrange the parts of the sentence in correct order.

    If society considers this

    P-to wonder if society itself is normal

    Q-to be normal or treats it with

    R-indifference, one has

    (a) PRQ

    (b) QRP

    (c) RQP

    (d) RPQ

    Question 79 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

    There's no such thing as a free lunch

    (a) It isn't possible to get something for nothing

    (b) There is no genuine kindness in this world

    (c) Even a mother will expect something for her love

    (d) Those who are tempted by free things, end up spending more

    Question 80 - Select the word with the correct spelling,

    (a) demagogy

    (b) galillean

    (c) pheasant

    (d) accruals

    Question 81. In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

    Vaibhav was trying for admission in(A)/the engineering college even though his parents(B)/wanted him to take up medicine. (c)/No error

    (a) A

    (b) B

    (c) C

    (d) D

    Question 82. Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

    I (have been writing) twenty pages since morning.

    (a) was writing

    (b) am writing

    (c) have written

    (d) no improvement

    Question 83. In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

    It was __________ hot that summer.

    (a) unbelievably

    (b) unacceptably

    (c) supremely

    (d) amazingly

    Question 84. In the following question, sentence given with blank is to be filled in with an appropriate word, Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

    In the face of the __________ cross examination, the accused remained stoic.

    (a) solid

    (b) terrible

    (c) tedious

    (d) gruelling

    Question 85. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

    a tangled mass in something such as hair or wool

    (a) knot

    (b) vortex

    (c) snot

    (d) whorl

    Question 86. Select the synonym of

    extrapolate

    (a) deduce

    (b) rejection

    (c) scruple

    (d) vacillate

    Question 87. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

    By the skin of one's teeth

    (a) to hurt someone

    (b) Teeth show health of an animal or a person

    (c) Dental hygiene is critical for good health

    (d) A very narrow margin

    Question 88. Select the antonym of

    Presumption

    (a) fact

    (b) posit

    (c) assumption

    (d) conjecture

    Question 89. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best express the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

    Smith says, "I like chocolates,"

    (a) Smita said she like chocolates.

    (b) Smita says that she likes chocolates.

    (c) Smith says she likes chocolates.

    (d) Smith says that, that she likes chocolates.

    Question 90. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

    relating to or characteristic of hell or the underworld

    (a) diabolical

    (b) execrable

    (c) elysium

    (d) infernal

    Question 91. Select the antonym of

    to incriminate

    (a) to inculpate

    (b) to attribute

    (c) to allege

    (d) to exonerate

    Question 92. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

    My father promised me a gift.

    (a) A gift was promised to me by my father.

    (b) My father promised that he would give me a gift

    (c) I had been promised a gift by my father.

    (d) I was promised a gift by my father.

    Question 93. Select the synonym of

    inheritance

    (a) encumbrance

    (b) obligation

    (c) manifest

    (d) bequest

    Question 94. In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

    Another change that(A)/I notice in her is that she(B)/avoids to speak to me(C)/No error

    (a) A

    (b) B

    (c) C

    (d) D

    Question 95. Select the word with the correct spelling.

    (a) grapled

    (b) pattered

    (c) paralel

    (d) emfathic

    Question 96. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

    The stomach _____________and the mind revolts _____________the media report such events. Yet, one realises that there is little follow- _________. It is almost as if such events pile up on the assembly line of memory as society seems unable to ___________such events.  There is both denial and _________ in the way we consume the event.

    The stomach ____________and the mind revolts

    (a) stirs

    (b) turns

    (c) twists

    (d) churns

    Question 97. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

    The stomach _____________and the mind revolts _____________the media report such events. Yet, one realises that there is little follow- _________. It is almost as if such events pile up on the assembly line of memory as society seems unable to ___________such events.  There is both denial and _________ in the way we consume the event.

    _____________ the media report such events.

    (a) when

    (b) if

    (c) as

    (d) being

    Question 98. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

    The stomach _____________and the mind revolts _____________the media report such events. Yet, one realises that there is little follow- _________. It is almost as if such events pile up on the assembly line of memory as society seems unable to ___________such events.  There is both denial and _________ in the way we consume the event.

    Yet, one realises that there is little follow-____________

    (a) on

    (b) up

    (c) about

    (d) through

    Question 99. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

    The stomach _____________and the mind revolts _____________the media report such events. Yet, one realises that there is little follow- _________. It is almost as if such events pile up on the assembly line of memory as society seems unable to ___________such events.  There is both denial and _________ in the way we consume the event.

    society seems unable to __________such events.

    (a) learn

    (b) assimilate

    (c) incorporate

    (d) strategise

    Question 100. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

    The stomach _____________and the mind revolts _____________the media report such events. Yet, one realises that there is little follow- _________. It is almost as if such events pile up on the assembly line of memory as society seems unable to ___________such events.  There is both denial and _________ in the way we consume the event.

    There is both denial and __________ in the way we consume the event.

    (a) negation

    (b) bias

    (c) indifference

    (d) refusal

    Answer Key

    1

    c

    21

    d

    41

    a

    61

    b

    81

    d

    2

    c

    22

    d

    42

    b

    62

    b

    82

    c

    3

    d

    23

    a

    43

    c

    63

    b

    83

    a

    4

    d

    24

    d

    44

    d

    64

    c

    84

    d

    5

    a

    25

    a

    45

    b

    65

    d

    85

    a

    6

    a

    26

    b

    46

    d

    66

    c

    86

    a

    7

    a

    27

    a

    47

    d

    67

    d

    87

    d

    8

    d

    28

    d

    48

    c

    68

    a

    88

    a

    9

    a

    29

    a

    49

    d

    69

    d

    89

    b

    10

    b

    30

    d

    50

    c

    70

    a

    90

    d

    11

    b

    31

    d

    51

    b

    71

    b

    91

    d

    12

    b

    32

    a

    52

    a

    72

    d

    92

    d

    13

    c

    33

    c

    53

    a

    73

    d

    93

    d

    14

    b

    34

    b

    54

    b

    74

    d

    94

    c

    15

    d

    35

    b

    55

    a

    75

    b

    95

    b

    16

    b

    36

    b

    56

    b

    76

    d

    96

    d

    17

    b

    37

    c

    57

    a

    77

    a

    97

    a

    18

    b

    38

    c

    58

    c

    78

    b

    98

    b

    19

    c

    39

    b

    59

    c

    79

    a

    99

    b

    20

    a

    40

    a

    60

    a

    80

    c

    100

    c

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