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# GATE 2022 Aptitude PYQ - 12th Feb GATE Civil Session

APSEd brings you solutions for the GATE 2022 aptitude from the papers conducted on 12th Feb by IIT Kharagpur. The main papers that were conducted on 12th February include Civil CE forenoon and afternoon sessions. Aptitude questions that appeared in these papers are discussed further.

In this article, we will share some memory based questions and their solution hints with you.

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## GATE 2022 Aptitude Questions

As the questions are memory-based, for most of the questions, it is not sure to say whether the question is MCQ or NAT. But, the question is correct to the best of our knowledge.

We will be updating this blog with more memory-based questions. Keep coming back for more. The official key will be out soon on the GATE official website.

### Question 1

P is the sister of Q. Q is the husband of R.R is the mother of S.T is the husband of P. T is ________ of S?

The Grandfather

**An uncle**The father

A brother

### Question 2

Healthy eating is a critical component of healthy ageing. When should one start eating healthy? It turns out it is never too early. For example, babies who start eating healthy in the first year are more likely to have better overall health as they get older. Which is correct from below?

Eating healthy and better overall health are more correlated at a young age but not at old age.

**Eating healthy can be started at any age, the earlier the better**Healthy eating is more important for adults than kids

Healthy eating is important for those with good health conditions but not for others.

### Question 3

Fill in the blanks:

You should _____ when to say ____.

**know/no**no/no

know/know

no/know

You should know when to say no.

### Question 4

Fill in the blanks:

The movie was funny and I______?

Could helped laughed

Could help laughing

**Couldn't help laughing**Couldn’t help laughed

The movie was funny and I couldn't help laughing.

### Question 5

A survey of 450 students about their subject of interest results in the following outcome.

150 students are interested in maths

200 students are interested in physics

175 students are interested in chemistry

50 students are interested in maths and physics

60 students are interested in physics and chemistry

40 students are interested in maths and chemistry

30 students are interested in maths, chemistry and physics

The remaining students are interested in humanities. The students interested in humanities is:

10

45

30

40

### Question 6

Given below are 2 statements and 4 conclusions drawn based on the statements:

Statement 1: Some soaps are clean

Statement 2: All clear objects are wet

Conclusion 1: Some clear objects are soaps.

Conclusion 2:No clear object is a soap

Conclusion 3:Some wet objects are soaps.

Conclusion 4:All wets objects are soaps.

Which is logically inferred?

Either conclusion 3 or 4 is correct

Either conclusion 1 or 2 is correct

Only conclusion 1 is correct

**Only conclusions 1 and 3 are correct**

### Question 7

In the last few years, several new shopping malls were opened in the city. The total number of visitors to the malls is impressive. However, the total revenue generated through sales in the shops in these malls is generally low.

Which of the following statements is logically inferred?

Fewer people are visiting the malls but spending more.

Fewer people are visiting the malls and not spending enough.

More people are visiting the malls and spending more.

**More people are visiting the malls but not spending enough.**

**Question 8**

Consider the following equations of straight lines:

L1: 2x-3y =5

L2: 3x+2y =8

L3: 4x-6y =5

L4: 6x-9y =6

Which is correct?

L2 is parallel to L4 and L2 is perpendicular to L1

L1 is parallel to L2 and L1 is perpendicular to L3

L3 is parallel to L4 and L3 is perpendicular to L2

**L4 is parallel to L3 and L4 is perpendicular to L2**

L1: y = (2/3)x - 5/3

L2: y = -(3/2)x + 8/3

L3: y = (4/6)x - 5/6

L4: y = (6/9)x - 6/3

Slopes of L3 and L4 are the same thus they are parallel

The product of slopes of L1 and L2 is -1 thus they are perpendicular

### Question 9

If p:q = 1:2, q:r = 4:3, r:s = 4:5, and u is 50% more than s. p:u = ?

2:15

16:45

1:5

4:25

p:q = 1:2 = 2:4 and q:r = 4:3 so p:q:r = 2:4:3

r:s = 4:5 = 12:15 and p:q:r = 2:4:3 = 8:16:12 so p:q:r:s = 8:16:12:15

u:s = 1.5:1 = 3:2, s:u = 2:3 = 30:45 and p:q:r:s = 8:16:12:15 = 16:32:24:30

Then p:q:r:s:u = 16:32:24:30:45

Thus, p:u = 16:45

### Question 10

P invested 5000/month for 6 months/yr and Q invested x/month for 8 months/yr for a partnership business. The profit is shared in proportion in the total investment made in that year. If at the end of the investment year, Q receives 4/9 of total profit, what is x:

8437

3000

2500

4687

P’s profit = (1 - 4/9) of total profit = 5/9 total profit

P’s profit/Q’s profit = 5/4

(P’s investment x 6months/yr) / (Q’s investment x 8months/yr) = 5/4

(5000 x 6) / (‘x’.8) = 5/4

x = 3000

### Question 11

x:y:z = ½ : ⅓ : ¼

What is (x+z-y)/y ?

**1.25**0.75

3.25

2.25

Multiplying by 12, x:y:z = 6:4:3

(x+z-y)/y = (6+3-4)/4 = 5/4 = 1.25