1. Passage Reading 2. Verbal Logic 3. Non Verbal Logic 4. Numerical Logic 5. Data Interpretation 6. Reasoning 7. Analytical Ability 8. Quantitative Aptitude
93. False The passage tell us that hybrid cars are powered by both a petrol engine and an electrical motor. Although they may at times be solely electrically powered (such as at lower speeds), there are other times when both devices must be used together.
94. Cannot say The passage tells us that “Most hybrid cars” use 15% to 30% less fuel compares with a petrol car of asimilar type. This does not rule out the possibility that some hybrid cars use more fuel. Also, the last sentence goes on to say that the saving in fuel costs “should soon pay for the difference”. So we are not told either way if they are more economical or not.
95. Cannot say The passage states that the purchase price of a hybrid car is around 10% more than a conventional car. This is likely to be due to the increased cost of manufacturing the car (which will include the cells, but also the other new technologies such as the dashboard displays that inform drivers about the energy flow and fuel consumption). It may also be due to other factors, such as the perceived desirability of owning an environmentally friendly car. However, the passage does not specify the reason(s) for the increased price.