Syllogism

Syllogism practice

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Direction (Q 1 – 10): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

1). Conclusions:

Some mouse is not monitor.

Some keyboards are monitor.

a) Statements I:

Some screen is monitor.

No monitor is keyboard.

All keyboards are mouse.

 

b) Statements II:

All screens are monitor.

No monitor is keyboard.

Some keyboard is mouse

 

c) Statements III:

No screen is monitor.

No monitor is keyboard.

All keyboards are mouse

 

d) Statements IV:

All screens are monitor.

All monitors are keyboard.

No keyboard is mouse

 

e) Statements V:

Some keyboards are mouse.

All monitor is screen.

No keyboard is a screen.

 

2). Conclusions:

Some walls are not brick.

Some cement is not water.

   

a) Statements I:

Some brick are cement.

No cement is wall.

All walls are water.

 

b) Statements II:

All bricks are cement.

Some Cement is wall.

All walls are water.

 

c) Statements III:

No brick is cement.

All cement is wall.

No wall is water.

 

d) Statements IV:

No brick is cement.

No cement is wall.

All walls are water.

 

e) Statements V:

All walls are bricks.

Some wall is cement.

All waters are bricks.

 

3). Conclusions:

Some silver are platinum.

Some diamonds are silver.

 

a) Statements I:

All silver are gold.

Some gold are diamond.

No diamond is platinum.

 

b) Statements II:

Some silvers are gold.

All gold are diamond.

All diamond is platinum.

 

c) Statements III:

All silvers are diamond.

No gold is silver.

Some diamond is platinum.

 

d) Statements IV:

All silvers are gold.

No gold is diamond.

All diamond is platinum

 

e) Statements V:

All platinum are silver.

Some gold is silver.

No gold is diamond.

 

4). Conclusions:

Some crows are not parrot.

Some crows are owl.

 

a) Statements I:

All parrot are owl.

No owl is crow.

Some crows are Dove.

 

b) Statements II:

Some parrots are owl.

Some owls are crow.

All crows are dove.

 

c) Statements III:

No parrot is owl.

All owls are crow.

Some crows are dove.

 

d) Statements IV:

All parrots are owl.

Some owl is Dove.

Some crows are dove.

 

e) Statements V:

All owls are Parrot.

All Parrots are crow.

All crows are dove.

 

5). Conclusions:

Some white are not brown.

Some maroon is brown.

 

a) Statements I:

All white are black.

All black is brown.

No brown is maroon.

 

b) Statements II:

Some white are black.

All black is brown.

All brown is maroon.

 

c) Statements III:

Some black are white.

No black is brown.

No brown is maroon.

 

d) Statements IV:

All white is black.

No black is brown.

All brown is maroon

 

e) Statements V:

No white is black.

No black is brown.

No brown is maroon

 

6). Conclusions:

All Donald being Micky is a possibility.

All Tom being Jerry is a possibility.

 

a) Statements I:

All Donald is Jerry.

All Jerry is Micky.

No Micky is Tom.

 

b) Statements II:

Some Donald is Jerry.

No Jerry is Micky.

Some Micky is Tom.

 

c) Statements III:

Some Donald is Jerry.

Some Jerry is Micky.

No Micky is Tom.

 

d) Statements IV:

All Donald is Jerry.

No Jerry is Micky.

All Micky is Tom.

 

e) Statements V:

No Jerry is Tom.

Some Donald is Tom.

No Micky is Donald.

 

7). Conclusions:

Some Table is plastic. 

Some plastic are bench

 

a) Statements I:

All Table are Chair.

All Chairs is bench.

Some benches are plastic.

 

b) Statements II:

All Table is Chair.

Some Chair is bench.

All benches are plastic.

 

c) Statements III:

No Table is Chair.

All Chairs are bench.

Some benches are plastic.

 

d) Statements IV:

Some Table is Chair.

All Chairs are bench.

No bench is plastic

 

e) Statements V:

All Table is Chair.

All Chairs are bench.

All benches are plastic.

 

8). Conclusions:

Some dates are day.

Some years are day.

 

a) Statements I:

All day are month.

All month are year.

Some years are date.

 

b) Statements II:

Some days are month.

All month are year.

Some days are date.

 

c) Statements III:

All day are month.

Some month is year.

All year are date.

 

d) Statements IV:

All day are month.

All month are date.

Some years are date.

 

e) Statements V:

No year is day.

Some day is date.

Some date is month.

 

9). Conclusions:

Some teachers are not student.

Some lessons are classroom.

 

a) Statements I:

Some classroom is not student.

All classrooms are teacher.

All teachers are lesson.

 

b) Statements II:

All classrooms are teachers.

Some student is not classroom.

Some teacher is lesson.

 

c) Statements III:

All classrooms are student.

No student is teacher.

No teachers are lesson.

 

d) Statements IV:

some classrooms are student.

No student is teacher.

Some teachers are lesson

 

e) Statements V:

All students are classroom.

All classrooms are lessons.

All lessons are teachers.

 

10). Conclusions:

All windows being cot is a possibility.

Some doors are not pillow.

 

a) Statements I:

Some pillows are window.

All windows are door.

No door is cot.

 

b) Statements II:

All pillows are window.

All windows are door.

Some door is cot.

 

c) Statements III:

All pillows are window.

No window is door.

Some door is cot.

 

d) Statements IV:

Some pillows are window.

Some window is door.

All doors are cot.

 

e) Statements V:

No window is door.

Some door is pillow.

Some pillow is cot.

 

Direction (11 – 20): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

 

11). Conclusion:

No sketch is pencil;

Some pencils are scale.

 

a) Statements I:

Some pencils are sketch;

No sketch is scale;

Some scales are erasers.

 

b) Statements II:

Some sketches are Not pencils;

All pencils are scale;

No sketch is an eraser.

 

c) Statements III:

No pencil is a scale;

No scale is a sketch;

All sketches are erasers.

 

d) Statements IV:

No sketch is an eraser;

All pencils are erasers;

Some scales are pencil.

 

e) Statements V:

All pencils are scale;

All scales are sketch;

All sketches are erasers.

 

12). Conclusion:

Petals are definitely Not leaves;

All leaves are flowers.

 

a) Statements I:

Some leaves are flowers;

All flowers are petals;

No root is a leave.

 

b) Statements II:

All flowers are root;

All roots are leaves;

No root is a petal.

 

c) Statements III:

All leaves are root;

All roots are flowers;

No root is a petals.

 

d) Statements IV:

Some leaves are petals;

All petals are flowers;

Some flowers are definitely Not root.

 

e) Statements V:

Some leaves are definitely Not petals;

All leaves are root;

Some petals are flowers.

 

13). Conclusion:

All blues are browns;

No brown is a green.

 

a) Statements I:

All blues are greens;

No green is a brown;

All browns are yellows.

 

b) Statements II:

No yellow is a green;

All browns are yellows;

All blues are greens.

 

c) Statements III:

All blues are yellows;

All yellows are browns;

No green is a brown.

 

d) Statements IV:

No brown is a yellow;

All blues are yellows;

Some greens are browns.

 

e) Statements V:

All greens are yellows;

All yellows are blues;

No blue is a brown.

 

14). Conclusion:

Some boats are definitely Not ships;

Some boats are woods.

 

a) Statements I:

No ship is paint;

Some paints are boats;

All woods are boats.

 

b) Statements II:

All ships are boats;

No boat is a wood;

All woods are paints.

 

c) Statements III:

All woods are ships;

No ship is a boat;

All boats are paints.

 

d) Statements IV:

All boats are ships;

All ships are woods;

All woods are paints.

 

e) Statements V:

No ship is paint;

All boats are ships;

All woods are paints.

 

15). Conclusion:

Some apples are definitely Not oranges;

No orange is a grape.

 

a) Statements I:

All grapes are bananas;

All bananas are oranges;

All oranges are apples.

 

b) Statements II:

No orange is a banana;

Some bananas are apples;

All grapes are bananas.

 

c) Statements III:

All apples are oranges;

Some apples are grapes;

No grape is a banana.

 

d) Statements IV:

No orange is a apple;

All bananas are grapes;

Some oranges are bananas.

 

e) Statements V:

No orange is a banana;

Some oranges are grapes;

All grapes are apples.

 

16). Conclusion:

At least Some foxes are lions.

All fox being lion is a possibility.

Some tigers are monkey.

 

a) Statements I:

All foxes are tigers.

Some lions are monkey.

No monkey is fox.

 

b) Statements II:

Some lions are fox.

Some monkeys are lions.

No tiger is a fox.

 

c) Statements III:

Some tigers are lion.

No lion is a fox.

All tiger is a monkey.

 

d) Statements IV:

All monkeys are fox.

No tiger is a fox.

All lions are tigers.

 

e) Statements V:

All tigers are monkey.

Some lions are monkey.

Some lion is fox.

 

17). Conclusion:

Some numbers are Not vowels.

No vowel is a letter.

Some words are Not letters.

 

a) Statements I:

Some letters are vowel.

All words are numbers.

No vowel is word.

 

b) Statements II:

No letter is a word.

Some numbers are letters.

All vowels are words.

 

c) Statements III:

Some numbers are letter.

No letter is a word.

All number is a vowel.

 

d) Statements IV:

All vowels are word.

No number is a word.

Some letters are numbers.

 

e) Statements V:

Some letters are vowel.

All numbers are vowel.

No vowel is word.

 

18). Conclusion:

Some glasses are caps.

Some bottles are Not cups.

No glass is a cup

 

a) Statements I:

All glasses are bottles.

Some caps are cup.

No cup is glass.

 

b) Statements II:

Some bottles are cups.

No cap is a bottle.

All cups are glasses.

 

c) Statements III:

No cap is a glass.

Some bottles are cap.

All bottles are cups.

 

d) Statements IV:

Some glasses are bottles.

No cup is a glass.

All bottles are caps.

 

e) Statements V:

No cup is glass.

Some caps are cup.

All bottles are cup.

 

19). Conclusion:

No kicks are bricks.

Some stones are Not sticks.

No brick is a stick

 

a) Statements I:

All kicks are sticks.

No stick is a brick.

Some bricks are stones.

 

b) Statements II:

Some sticks are bricks;

No brick is a kick;

All kicks are stones.

 

c) Statements III:

All kicks are stones;

No stick is a brick;

Some stones are sticks.

 

d) Statements IV:

All bricks are sticks;

All sticks are kicks;

All kicks are stones.

 

e) Statements V:

No stick is stone;

All bricks are sticks;

All kicks are stones.

 

20). Conclusion:

Some garlic being potatoes is a possibility.

Some tomatoes are Not onions.

All potatoes being tomatoes is a possibility.

 

a) Statements I:

All potatoes are tomatoes;

No tomato is garlic;

All garlic is onions.

 

b) Statements II:

No onion is a tomato;

All garlic is onions;

All potatoes are tomatoes.

 

c) Statements III:

All tomatoes are onions;

All onions are garlic;

No potato is garlic.

 

d) Statements IV:

No garlic is a onion;

All potatoes are onions;

Some tomatoes are garlic.

  

e) Statements V:

Some potatoes are onions.

No onion is garlic.

All garlic is tomatoes.

 

Direction (21 – 25): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

21). Conclusions:

Some wheels are bangles

All rings are wheels

Some tyres are bangles

 

a) Statements:

Some chains are bangles

All bangles are rings

All rings are tyres.

No tyres are wheels

 

b) Statements:

All chains are bangles

No bangles are rings

All rings are tyres.

All tyres are wheels

 

c) Statements:

Some chains are bangles

Some bangles are rings

All rings are tyres.

All tyres are wheels

 

d) Statements:

Some chains are bangles

Some bangles are not rings

No rings are tyres.

All tyres are wheels

 

e) Statements:

Some chains are bangles

No bangles are rings

All rings are not tyres.

All tyres are wheels

 

22). Conclusions:

Some seas are stones

Some jungles are hills

Some stones are hills

 

a) Statements:

All hills are roads

All roads are stones

All stones are jungles

All jungles are sea

 

b) Statements:

Some hills are roads

All roads are stones

No stones are jungles

All jungles are sea

 

c) Statements:

No hills are roads

All roads are stones

All stones are jungles

Some jungles are sea

 

d) Statements:

Some hills are roads

Some roads are stones

All stones are jungles

All jungles are sea

 

e) Statements:

All hills are roads

All roads are stones

No stones are jungles

No jungles are sea

 

23). Conclusions:

Some threads are not room

Some needles are clothes is a possibility

Some threads are house is a possibility

 

a) Statements:

No needles are threads

Some threads are clothes

No cloth is room

All rooms are houses

 

b) Statements:

All needles are threads

Some threads are clothes

No cloth is room

All rooms are houses

 

c) Statements:

Some needles are threads

Some threads are clothes

No cloth is room

All rooms are houses

 

d) Statements:

All needles are threads

Some threads are clothes

Some cloth is room

Some rooms are houses

 

e) Statements:

All needles are threads

No threads are clothes

No cloth is room

No rooms are houses

 

24). Conclusions:

Some roofs are curtains

Some bags are walls is a possibility

Some curtains are bags

 

a) Statements:

All bags are toys

No bags are curtains

Some toys are not walls

All walls are roofs

 

b) Statements:

No bags are toys

All toys are curtains

Some curtains are not walls

All walls are roofs

 

c) Statements:

All bags are toys

All toys are curtains

Some curtains are not walls

All walls are roofs

 

d) Statements:

Some bags are toys

All toys are curtains

Some curtains are walls

All walls are roofs

 

e) Statements:

Some bags are toys

All toys are curtains

No curtains are walls

No walls are roofs

 

25). Conclusions:

Some plants are flowers

All roses are buds is a possibility

Some plants are buds

 

a) Statements:

Some roses are flowers

Some flowers are buds

All buds are leaves

All leaves are plants

 

b) Statements:

Some roses are flowers

Some flowers are not buds

No buds are leaves

All leaves are plants

 

c) Statements:

All roses are flowers

No flowers are buds

All buds are leaves

All leaves are plants

 

d) Statements:

No roses are flowers

No flowers are buds

All buds are leaves

All leaves are plants

 

e) Statements:

Some roses are flowers

Some flowers are buds

No buds are leaves

No leaves are plants

 

Direction (26 – 35): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

 

26). Conclusions :

Some desks are pencils is a possibility

Some mountains are jungles

Some mountains are desks

Some jungles are kites.

 

a) Statements :

All pencils are kites

No kites are desks

All desks are jungles

All jungles are mountains

 

b) Statements :

No pencils are kites

No kites are desks

All desks are jungles

All jungles are mountains

 

c) Statements :

Some pencils are kites

Some kites are desks

All desks are jungles

All jungles are mountains

 

d) Statements :

Some pencils are kites

Some kites are desks

No desks are jungles

No jungles are mountains

 

e) Statements :

Some pencils are kites

Some kites are desks

Some desks are jungles

Some jungles are mountains

 

27). Conclusions :

Some roads are boards

Some boards are papers is a possibility

Some roads are clips is a possibility

Some roads are lanes

 

a) Statements :

No papers are clips

Some clips are bonds

Some boards are lanes

No lanes are roads

 

b) Statements :

All papers are clips

All clips are bonds

No boards are lanes

All lanes are roads

 

c) Statements :

Some papers are clips

No clips are bonds

No boards are lanes

Some lanes are roads

 

d) Statements :

No papers are clips

Some clips are not bonds

Some boards are not lanes

All lanes are roads

 

e) Statements :

All papers are clips

Some clips are bonds

Some boards are lanes

All lanes are roads

 

28). Conclusions :

Some buses are tyres

Some tyres are pens is a possibility

Some buses are wheels

Some clocks are wheels

 

a) Statements :

All pens are clocks

Some clocks are tyres

All tyres are wheels

All wheels are buses

 

b) Statements :

Some pens are clocks

Some clocks are tyres

All tyres are wheels

No wheels are buses

 

c) Statements :

All pens are clocks

Some clocks are tyres

All tyres are not wheels

No wheels are buses

 

d) Statements :

No pens are clocks

Some clocks are tyres

No tyres are wheels

All wheels are buses

 

e) Statements :

All pens are clocks

All clocks are tyres

No tyres are wheels

No wheels are buses

 

29). Conclusions :

Some windows are rings

No stone is a ring

Some windows are doors

Some doors are rings

 

a) Statements :

Some stones are hammers

Some hammer is a ring

Some rings are doors

All doors are windows

 

b) Statements :

All stones are hammers

No hammer is a ring

Some rings are doors

All doors are windows

 

c) Statements :

All stones are hammers

No hammer is a ring

No rings are doors

No doors are windows

 

d) Statements :

All stones are hammers

All hammer is a ring

Some rings are doors

All doors are windows

 

e) Statements :

Some stones are hammers

No hammer is a ring

Some rings are doors

All doors are windows

 

30). Conclusions :

Some sticks are store is a possibility

Some chains are baskets

Some chains are sticks

All stores are sticks is a possibility

 

a) Statements :

Some stores are baskets

Some baskets are sticks

Some sticks are chains

 

b) Statements :

All stores are baskets

Some baskets are not sticks

Some sticks are chains

 

c) Statements :

No stores are baskets

All baskets are sticks

All sticks are chains

 

d) Statements :

All stores are baskets

Some baskets are sticks

All sticks are chains

 

e) Statements :

All stores are baskets

No baskets are sticks

All sticks are chains

 

31). Conclusions :

Some ropes are desks

Some ropes are chairs

Some walls are ropes

Some desks are walls is a possibility

 

a) Statements :

No desks are chairs

All chairs are ropes

Some ropes are walls

 

b) Statements :

Some desks are chairs

All chairs are ropes

Some ropes are walls

 

c) Statements :

All desks are chairs

All chairs are ropes

No ropes are walls

 

d) Statements :

Some desks are not chairs

All chairs are ropes

Some ropes are not walls

 

e) Statements :

No desks are chairs

Some chairs are ropes

All ropes are walls

 

32). Conclusions :

Some cars are rooms

Some roads are rooms

Some cars are wires

Some cars are roads

 

a) Statements :

Some rooms are wires

No wires are roads

Some roads are cars

 

b) Statements :

All rooms are wires

Some wires are roads

Some roads are cars

 

c) Statements :

All rooms are wires

No wires are roads

All roads are cars

 

d) Statements :

All rooms are wires

All wires are roads

All roads are cars

 

e) Statements :

Some rooms are wires

Some wires are roads

Some roads are cars

 

33). Conclusions :

No table is a box

Some mats are not pencils

Some mats are not tables

Some pencils are tables

 

a) Statements :

All tables are pencils

No pencil is box

Some boxes are mats

 

b) Statements :

All tables are pencils

All pencil is box

All boxes are mats

 

c) Statements :

Some tables are pencils

All pencils are boxes

Some boxes are mats

 

d) Statements :

Some tables are pencils

No table is box

All boxes are mats

 

e) Statements :

No table is pencils

All Boxes are Pencils

Some boxes are not mats

 

34). Conclusions :

Some books are chairs

Some chairs are books

Some pens are books

Some tables are chairs

 

a) Statements :

Some books are not pens

All pens are chairs

Some chairs are tables

 

b) Statements :

All books are pens

All pens are chairs

Some chairs are tables

 

c) Statements :

Some books are pens

All pens are chairs

Some chairs are tables

 

d) Statements :

No books are pens

All pens are chairs

Some chairs are tables

 

e) Statements :

Some books are pens

No pens are chairs

No chairs are tables

 

35). Conclusions :

Some cars are buses

Some buses are cars

some jeeps are trucks

All jeeps are trucks

 

a) Statements :

No cars are jeeps

Some jeeps are buses

No buses are trucks

 

b) Statements :

All cars are jeeps

Some jeeps are buses

Some buses are not trucks

 

c) Statements :

All cars are jeeps

No jeeps are buses

Some buses are trucks

 

d) Statements :

All cars are jeeps

All jeeps are buses

All buses are trucks

 

e) Statements :

No cars are jeeps

All jeeps are buses

All buses are trucks

 

Direction (36 – 40): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

 

36). Conclusions :

There is a possibility that some doctors are engineers

Some perfects are doctors

There is a possibility that some engineers are good

Some perfect are engineers

 

a) Statements :

No doctors are perfect

All engineers are perfect

Some perfect are good

 

b) Statements :

All doctors are perfect

All engineers are perfect

Some perfect are good

 

c) Statements :

Some doctors are perfect

No engineers are perfect

Some perfect are good

 

d) Statements :

All doctors are perfect

All engineers are perfect

No perfect are good

 

e) Statements :

No doctors are perfect

No engineers are perfect

Some perfect are good

 

37). Conclusions :

Some tomatoes may be goods

No egg is potato

Some tomatoes may be eggs

Some goods are potatoes

 

a) Statements :

No eggs are tomatoes

No tomato is a potato

All potatoes are goods

 

b) Statements :

Some eggs are tomatoes

No tomato is a potato

No potatoes are goods

 

c) Statements :

No eggs are tomatoes

No tomato is a potato

No potatoes are goods

 

d) Statements :

All eggs are tomatoes

All tomato is a potato

All potatoes are goods

 

e) Statements :

All eggs are tomatoes

No tomato is a potato

All potatoes are goods

 

38). Conclusions:

All those dogs that are cats are also whites

All the animals may be dog.

Some whites are animal

Some cats are animals

 

a) Statements :

No dogs are cats

All animals are cats

No cats are whites

 

b) Statements :

All dogs are cats

No animals are cats

All cats are whites

 

c) Statements :

All dogs are cats

All animals are cats

All cats are whites

 

d) Statements :

Some dogs are cats

Some animals are cats

All cats are whites

 

e) Statements :

All dogs are cats

Some animals are cats

Some cats are whites

 

39). Conclusions :

Some gold which are white are not yellow

Some gold being yellow is a possibility.

Some white are gold

No silver is a yellow

 

a) Statements :

No gold are silvers

All silvers are white

No white is a yellow

 

b) Statements :

Some gold are silvers

Some silvers are white

No white is a yellow

 

c) Statements :

Some gold are not white

Some yellow are not white

No silver is a yellow

 

d) Statements :

Some gold are silvers

All silvers are white

No white is a yellow

 

e) Statements :

No gold are silvers

No silvers are white

No white is a yellow

 

40). Conclusions :

All moons being stars is a possibility

Some planets are stars

No moon is a universe

Some planets are moons

 

a) Statements :

Some stars are moons

All moons are planets

No planet is a universe

 

b) Statements :

No stars are moons

All moons are planets

No planet is a universe

 

c) Statements :

Some stars are moons

Some moons are planets

Some planet is a universe

 

d) Statements :

Some stars are not moons

No moons are planets

No planet is a universe

 

e) Statements :

No stars are moons

No moons are planets

some planet is a universe

 

Direction (41 – 50): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

41). Conclusions:

All trees are wires.

Some wires are leafs.

Some leafs are branches.

All branches are wires

 

a) Statements:

No branches are trees.

All trees are leafs.

All leafs are wires.

 

b) Statements:

All branches are trees.

All trees are leafs.

All leafs are wires.

 

c) Statements:

No branches are trees.

Some trees are leafs.

All leafs are wires.

 

d) Statements:

All branches are trees.

No trees are leafs.

No leafs are wires.

 

e) Statements:

All branches are trees.

Some trees are leafs.

Some leafs are wires.

 

42). Conclusion

keys are tigers

Some radios are tapes

Some tapes are keys is a possibility

Some tigers are radios is a possibility

 

a) Statements:

No tapes are radios.

Some radios are keys.

No tigers are keys.

 

b) Statements:

Some tapes are not radios.

Some radios are not keys.

All tigers are keys.

 

c) Statements:

Some tapes are radios.

Some radios are keys.

All tigers are keys.

 

d) Statements:

No tapes are radios.

No radios are keys.

No tigers are keys.

 

e) Statements:

Some tapes are radios.

No radios are keys.

All tigers are keys.

 

43). Conclusions:

Some boxes are buses.

Some boxes are roads.

Some roads are cars is a possibility

Some boxes are cars

 

a) Statements:

No buses are cars.

All cars are boxes.

Some roads are boxes.

 

b) Statements:

Some buses are cars.

No cars are boxes.

No roads are boxes.

 

c) Statements:

No buses are cars.

All cars are boxes.

No roads are boxes.

 

d) Statements:

Some buses are cars.

All cars are boxes.

Some roads are boxes.

 

e) Statements:

Some buses are not cars.

All cars are boxes.

Some roads are not boxes.

 

44). Conclusions:

Some rabbits are bats is a possibility

Some cells are bats

Some carrots are cells.

Some carrots are bats is a possibility

Some carrots are rabbits.

 

a) Statements:

No bats are cells.

Some cells are rabbits.

All rabbits are carrots.

 

b) Statements:

No bats are cells.

No cells are rabbits.

All rabbits are carrots.

 

c) Statements:

Some bats are cells.

Some cells are not rabbits.

All rabbits are carrots.

 

d) Statements:

No bats are cells.

No cells are rabbits.

No rabbits are carrots.

 

e) Statements:

All bats are cells.

Some cells are rabbits.

All rabbits are carrots.

 

45). Conclusions:

No cards are tools.

Some doors are not lines

Some cards are doors is a possibility

Some doors are tools

 

a) Statements:

All cards are lines.

No lines are tools.

All tools are doors.

 

b) Statements:

Some cards are lines.

No lines are tools.

All tools are doors.

 

c) Statements:

All cards are lines.

No lines are tools.

No tools are doors.

 

d) Statements:

No cards are lines.

No lines are tools.

All tools are doors.

 

e) Statements:

All cards are lines.

All lines are tools.

All tools are doors.

 

46). Conclusions:

Some cars are boats.

Some leafs are wires.

Some wires are not boats

Some cars are not wires

 

a) Statements:

Some wires are leafs.

All wire is a boat.

All boats are cars.

 

b) Statements:

Some wires are leafs.

No wire is a boat.

All boats are cars.

 

c) Statements:

All wires are leafs.

Some wire is a boat.

All boats are cars.

 

d) Statements:

No wires are leafs.

No wire is a boat.

All boats are cars.

 

e) Statements:

Some wires are leafs.

No wire is a boat.

No boats are cars.

 

47). Conclusions:

Some sheets are buses.

Some sheets are cycles.

Some sheets are files.

Some buses are files.

 

a) Statements:

Some buses are cycles.

Some cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

 

b) Statements:

Some buses are cycles.

No cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

 

c) Statements:

No buses are cycles.

All cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

 

d) Statements:

No buses are cycles.

No cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

 

e) Statements:

Some buses are cycles.

All cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

 

48). Conclusions:

Some bikes are bottles.

Some bottles are buildings.

Some trucks are buildings is a possibility

Some bikes are trucks is a possibility

 

a) Statements:

No bikes are buildings.

All buildings are bottles.

Some bottles are trucks

 

b) Statements:

Some bikes are buildings.

Some buildings are bottles.

Some bottles are trucks.

 

c) Statements:

No bikes are buildings.

No buildings are bottles.

Some bottles are trucks.

 

d) Statements:

Some bikes are buildings.

All buildings are bottles.

Some bottles are trucks.

 

e) Statements:

Some bikes are buildings.

All buildings are bottles.

No bottles are trucks.

 

49). Conclusions:

Some lines are not copies.

Some copies are not radios.

Some telephones are copies

No cards are radios

 

a) Statements:

All cards are lines.

All copies are cards.

All lines are telephones.

All radios are telephones.

 

b) Statements:

No cards are lines.

Some copies are cards.

Some cards are telephones.

No radios are telephones.

 

c) Statements:

No cards are lines.

All copies are cards.

All cards are telephones.

No radios are telephones.

 

d) Statements:

No cards are lines.

All copies are cards.

All cards are telephones.

All radios are telephones.

 

e) Statements:

Some cards are lines.

All copies are cards.

All cards are telephones.

All radios are telephones.

 

50). Conclusions:

Some soldiers are either famous or intelligent.

Some intelligent persons are kind-hearted.

Some famous are soldiers

Some intelligent are famous is a possibility

 

a) Statements:

No soldiers are famous.

Some soldiers are intelligent.

All soldiers are honest.

All honest and famous persons are kind-hearted.

 

b) Statements:

Some soldiers are not famous.

All soldiers are intelligent.

No soldiers are honest.

All honest and famous persons are kind-hearted.

 

c) Statements:

No soldiers are famous.

No soldiers are intelligent.

All soldiers are honest.

All honest and famous persons are kind-hearted.

 

d) Statements:

All soldiers are famous.

No soldiers are intelligent.

All famous are honest.

All honest and famous persons are kind-hearted.

 

e) Statements:

Some soldiers are famous.

Some soldiers are intelligent.

All soldiers are honest.

All honest and famous persons are kind-hearted

INEQUALITY

INEQUALITY

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(1) STATEMENT : L > K ≥ X < J = N ≤ Y < D

Conclusion I : X ≥ Y Conclusion II : L > N Conclusion III : K > J Conclusion IV : D > X

(A)Only II and IV are True

(B)None is true

(C)Only II are true

(D)Only I and II are true

(E)Only IV is true

 

(2) STATEMENT : P > J ≥ V = D > L ≤ C

Conclusion I : P > C Conclusion II : D ≥ C Conclusion III : L < P Conclusion IV : J > L

A)None is true

B)Only I and II are true

C)Only IV is true

D)Only III and IV are true

E)Only II is true

 

(3) STATEMENT : B ≥ A < K < F ; F < B = D

Conclusion I : B < K Conclusion II : A > D Conclusion III : D < F Conclusion IV : F ≤ B

A)Only II is true

B) Only IV is true

C)Only I and III are true

D)Only II and III are true

E) None is true

 

(4) STATEMENT : M < N < U ≤ R = T ≥ V ≥ E

Conclusion I : T > N Conclusion II : R ≥ E Conclusion III : M < T Conclusion IV : T ≥ U

A)All I, II, III and IV are true

B)Only I, II and III are true

C)Only II is true

D)Only I and either II or IV are true

E)Only I and II are true

 

(5) STATEMENT : R > B ≥ S ≥ D ; S ≥ D ; S ≥ O ≥ U

Conclusion I : B > U Conclusion II : D ≤ O Conclusion III : U = B Conclusion IV : R > O

A)Only II is true

B)Only III is true

C)Only IV and either I or III are true

D)Only either II or III are true

E)Only IV is true

 

(6) STATEMENT : D > A ≥ M ≤ N ; M ≥ E < L

Conclusion I : D > E Conclusion II : N ≤ A Conclusion III : A ≥ L Conclusion IV : L < D

A)Only III is true

B)Only I is true

C)Only II is true

D)None is true

E)Only I and IV are true

 

(7) Which of the following expressions is true, if P > G and F < H are definitely true?

A) Q < P ≥ B > D > F = G < H

B) B ≤ Q < H < D > P > F > G

C) Q ≤ H ≥ B ≥ D < G ≥ P > F

D) D ≤ G > P ≥ F > H ≤ Q ≤ B

E) H ≥ Q > D ≥ B ≥ P = G > F

 

(8) Which of the following is definitely true if P ≤ V < S = G ≥ Q ≥ R > E

A) Q > P

B) S > R

C) V > R

D) S > E

E) P < R

 

(9) Which of the following should replace the question mark so that E > D is definitely true?

C = B > A ≥ D ≤ G ? F ≤ E

A) =

B) >

C) ≤

D) <

E) ≥

 

(10) Which of the following order of letters in the blanks makes the expression D > E is definitely true?

___ < ___ ≤ ___ = ___ > ____

A) B, C, D, E, A

B) A, B, C, E, D

C) D, B, A, C, E

D) E, C, A, B, D

E) C, A, D, B, E

 

(11) What will come in place of question mark in following below such that both E < B and D ≥ G are definitely true? A > B = C > D ? E ≥ F = G

A) ≤

B) ≥

C) =

D) >

E) Both B and C

 

Directions (12-16): In the following questions, the symbols * , $, #, δ and % are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

P $ Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q’.

‘P δ Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’.

‘P % Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’.

‘P*Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.

‘P # Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’.

Now in each of the following question assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the conclusions I, II, III and IV given below them is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

 

(12) ‘Statements: A * P, P % E, E δ F, F # S Conclusions: I. S % E II. A % E III.F % P

A) Only I and III are true

B) Only II is true

C) Only I and II are true

D) Only II and III are true

E) None of these

 

(13) Statements: P δ W, W $ Q, Q % S, S * A Conclusions: I. A δ Q II. Q % P III. W % A

A) Only I is true

B) Only I and III are true

C) Only I and II are true

D) All I, II and III are true

E) None of these

 

(14) Statements: L % N, N # T, T $ D, D δ A Conclusions: I. L % A II. L # A III. A % N

A) Only either I or II and III are true

B) Only I is true

C) Only either I or II is true

D) Only III is true

E) None of these

 

(15) Statements: M # Q, Q $ K, A % K, V * A Conclusions: I. K * M II. A % Q III. A % M

A) None is true

B) Only I and II are true

C) Only I and III are true

D) Only II and III are true

E) All I, II and III are true

 

(16) Statements: E $ C, C δ A, A * R, R # S Conclusions: I. L % A II. R δ C III. R # E

A) None is true

B) Only I and II true

C) Only II is true

D) Only III is true

E) All I, II and III are true

 

(17 - 21) In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.

Give Answer

(A) If only Conclusion I is true

(B) If only Conclusion II is true

(C) If either Conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither Conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusions I and II is true

 

(17) Statements H ≥ I = J > K ≤ L Conclusions I. K < H II. L ≥ I

(A) If only Conclusion I is true

(B) If only Conclusion II is true

(C) If either Conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither Conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusions I and II is true

 

(18) Statements S > C ≥ O, P < C Conclusions I. O < P II. S > P

(A) If only Conclusion I is true

(B) If only Conclusion II is true

(C) If either Conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither Conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusions I and II is true

 

(19) Statements A = B ≤ C, A > R Conclusions I. B > R II. R < C

(A) If only Conclusion I is true

(B) If only Conclusion II is true

(C) If either Conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither Conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusions I and II is true

 

(20) Statements D > E ≤ F, J < F Conclusions I. D > J II. E < J

(A) If only Conclusion I is true

(B) If only Conclusion II is true

(C) If either Conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither Conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusions I and II is true

 

(21) Statements P < Q > T, R ≥ Q Conclusions I. R > P II. T < R

(A) If only Conclusion I is true

(B) If only Conclusion II is true

(C) If either Conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither Conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusions I and II is true

 

(22-27) In the following questions, the symbols #, %,@,$ and ⦾ are used with the following meanings as illustrated below

‘P # Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’

‘P % Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’

‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’

‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’

‘P ⦾ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q’

In each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

(A) if only conclusion I is true

(B) if only conclusion II is true

(C) if either conclusion I or II is true

(D) if neither conclusion I or II is true

(E) if both conclusion I and II is true

 

(22) Statements : H ⦾ W, W%R,R @F Conclusions: I R ⦾ H II R @ H

(A) if only conclusion I is true

(B) if only conclusion II is true

(C) if either conclusion I or II is true

(D) if neither conclusion I or II is true

(E) if both conclusion I and II is true

 

(23) Statements: M$T, T@K, K ⦾ Conclusions: I D$ T II K$M

(A) if only conclusion I is true

(B) if only conclusion II is true

(C) if either conclusion I or II is true

(D) if neither conclusion I or II is true

(E) if both conclusion I and II is true

 

(24) Statements: R%N, N#F, F@B Conclusions: I F⦾ R II B$N

(A) if only conclusion I is true

(B) if only conclusion II is true

(C) if either conclusion I or II is true

(D) if neither conclusion I or II is true

(E) if both conclusion I and II is true

 

(25) Statements: H@W, W$M, M# Conclusions: I K$W II H@M

(A) if only conclusion I is true

(B) if only conclusion II is true

(C) if either conclusion I or II is true

(D) if neither conclusion I or II is true

(E) if both conclusion I and II is true

 

(26) Statements: R#T, T⦾ M, M@D Conclusions: I D $ T II R#M

(A) if only conclusion I is true

(B) if only conclusion II is true

(C) if either conclusion I or II is true

(D) if neither conclusion I or II is true

(E) if both conclusion I and II is true

 

(27) Statements: F#K, K$B, B%M Conclusions: I M@F II B@F

(A) if only conclusion I is true

(B) if only conclusion II is true

(C) if either conclusion I or II is true

(D) if neither conclusion I or II is true

(E) if both conclusion I and II is true

 

(28) Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression R>O =A >S < T is definitely true?

(A)O > T

(B)S < R

(C)T > A

(D)S = O

(E)T < R

 

(29) Which of the following symbols should replace the question mark(?) in the given expression in order to make the expressions ‘P>A’ as well as ‘T

P > L ? A > = N = T

(A)<=

(B)>

(C)<

(D)>=

(E)Either <= or <

 

(30) Which of the following symbols should be placed in the blank spaces respectively (in the same order from left to right) in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the expressions ‘B>N’ as well as ‘D <= L’ definitely true?

B__L__O__N__D

(A)=,=,>=,>=

(B)>,>=,=,>

(C)>,<,=,<=

(D)>,=,=,>=

(E)>,=,>=,>

 

(31) Which of the following should be placed in the blank spaces respectively (in the same order from left to right) in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the expression ‘A

___<___<___>____

(A)L ,N, P ,A

(B)L , A,P, N

(C)A, L, P, N

(D)N, A ,P, L

(E)P, N, A, L

 

(32) Which of the following symbols should be placed in the blank spaces respectively *(in the same order, from left to right) in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the expression ‘F > N’ and ‘U > D’ definitely false?

F__O__U__N__D

(A)< , < , > , =

(B)< , = , = , >

(C)< , =, = , <

(D)>=, = , = ,>=

(E)> , > , = ,<

 

(Q. 33-37) In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in thestatements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.

(A) If only conclusion I follows

(B) If only conclusion II follows

(C) If either conclusion I or II follows

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II follows

(E) If both conclusions I and II follow

 

(33) Statements: L > M, M > N, N > P Conclusions: I. L > P II. M > P

(A) If only conclusion I follows

(B) If only conclusion II follows

(C) If either conclusion I or II follows

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II follows

(E) If both conclusions I and II follow

 

(34) Statements: A > B, B = H, H > G Conclusions: I. A > G II. A > H

(A) If only conclusion I follows

(B) If only conclusion II follows

(C) If either conclusion I or II follows

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II follows

(E) If both conclusions I and II follow

 

(35) Statements: H < J, F < H, I ≤ J = Conclusions: I. H > I II. I ≥ F

(A) If only conclusion I follows

(B) If only conclusion II follows

(C) If either conclusion I or II follows

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II follows

(E) If both conclusions I and II follow

 

(36) Statements: A < B < C ≤ D = E Conclusions: I. B ≤ E II. B < E

(A) If only conclusion I follows

(B) If only conclusion II follows

(C) If either conclusion I or II follows

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II follows

(E) If both conclusions I and II follow

 

(37) Statements: P > M > Q, Q > Z > Conclusions: I. M ≥ Z II. N < P

(A) If only conclusion I follows

(B) If only conclusion II follows

(C) If either conclusion I or II follows

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II follows

(E) If both conclusions I and II follow

 

Directions (Q. 38-43) In the following questions, the symbols ©, %, $ and @ are used with the following meaning as illustrated below.

P © Q means P is either smaller than or equal to Q.

P % Q means P is smaller than Q.

P @ Q means P is equal to Q.

P * Q means P is either greater than or equal to Q.

P $ Q means P is greater than Q.

(A) If only conclusion I is true

(B) If only conclusion II is true

(C) If either conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusion I and II are true

 

(38) Statements: M % T, T $ K, K © D Conclusions: I. T $ D II. D $ M

(A) If only conclusion I is true

(B) If only conclusion II is true

(C) If either conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusion I and II are true

 

(39) Statements: F @ B, B % N, N $ H Conclusions: I. N $ F II. H $ F

(A) If only conclusion I is true

(B) If only conclusion II is true

(C) If either conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusion I and II are true

 

(40) Statements: R * M, M @ K, K © J Conclusions: I. J $ M II. J @ M

(A) If only conclusion I is true

(B) If only conclusion II is true

(C) If either conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusion I and II are true

 

(41) Statements: B $ N, N * R, R @ K Conclusions: I. K © N II. B $ K

(A) If only conclusion I is true

(B) If only conclusion II is true

(C) If either conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusion I and II are true

 

(42) Statements: J © K, K $ N, N * D Conclusions: I. J % N II. D % K

(A) If only conclusion I is true

(B) If only conclusion II is true

(C) If either conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusion I and II are true

 

(43) Statements: R @ D, D © M, M $ T Conclusions: I. T % D II. M * R

(A) If only conclusion I is true

(B) If only conclusion II is true

(C) If either conclusion I or II is true

(D) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

(E) If both conclusion I and II are true

 

(44) Statements: P< A ≤ C ≥ K; C ≤ O < L; R ≤ N ≤ C Conclusions: I . A = K II. R < L

A) Only Conclusion I is true.

B) Only Conclusion II is true.

C) Either Conclusion I or II is true

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true.

E) Both conclusions I and II are true.

 

(45) Statements: S ≤ T ≤ K ≤ E; N ≥ E ≤ P Conclusions: I. S ≤ N II. S ≤ P

A) Only Conclusion I is true.

B) Only Conclusion II is true.

C) Either Conclusion I or II is true.

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true.

E) Both conclusions I and II are true.

 

(46) Statements: S > O ≥ U ≥ P; O ≤ T < R; T ≥ E > A Conclusions: I. R < A II. U = A

A) Only Conclusion I is true.

B) Only Conclusion II is true.

C) Either Conclusion I or II is true.

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true.

E) Both conclusions I and II are true.

 

(47) Statements: P< A ≤ C ≥ K; C ≤ O < L; R ≤ N ≤ C Conclusions: I. O ≥ R II. P ≤ O

A)Only Conclusion I is true.

B) Only Conclusion II is true.

C) Either Conclusion I or II is true.

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true.

E) Both conclusions I and II are true.

 

(48) Statements: S > O ≥ U ≥ P; O ≤ T < R; T ≥ E > A Conclusions: I. T > P II. T = P

A) Only Conclusion I is true.

B) Only Conclusion II is true.

C)Either Conclusion I or II is true.

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true.

E) Both conclusions I and II are true.

 

(49) Statements: M ≥ O = N; I ≥ G > R; N > Z; Z ≥ I Conclusions: I. R < I II. O < Z III. Z < M IV. G ≤ Z

A) Both conclusions I and II are true.

B) Conclusion I, III and IV are true.

C) Both conclusion III and IV are true.

D) Either conclusion I or III is true.

E) Only conclusion V is true.

 

(50) Statements: T < S; S ≤ U; L > U; R ≥ U Conclusions: I. R ≥ S II. L > S III. T < U

A) Only III is true

B) Only I is true

C) Only I and III are true

D) Either II or III is true

E) All are true

 

(51) Statements: A ≤ K; K > P; P = O Conclusions: I. A ≥ P II. K > O III. O > A

A)Only III is true

B)Only I and II are true

C) Only II is true

D) None is true

E) All are true

 

(52 to 56) A % B’ means ‘A is greater than B’.

‘A $ B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’.

‘A * B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor equal to B’.

‘A & B’ means ‘A is either greater than or equal to B’.

‘A © B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor greater than B’.

 

(52) ‘Statements: R * A, A $ M, P & M, M $ Conclusions: I. P % R II. A $ P III. P % C

A) Only Conclusion I is true.

B) Both Conclusions I and II are true.

C) Either Conclusion I or III is true.

D) Neither Conclusion I nor III is true.

E) Either Conclusions I or II and III are true.

 

(53) Statements: A $ S © D, Z & X © A, C % S Conclusions: I. S % Z II. D * C III. X * C

A) Only Conclusion I is true.

B) Both Conclusions II and III are true.

C) Either Conclusion II or III is true.

D) Neither Conclusion I nor III is true.

E) Either Conclusions I or II and III are true.

 

(54) Statements: F © G, F % H & V, B $ H Conclusions: I. F % V II. G © H III. V % B

A) Only Conclusion I is true.

B) Both Conclusions I and II are true.

Either Conclusion I or III is true.

D)Neither Conclusion I nor III is true.

E) Either Conclusions I or II and III are true.

 

(55) Statements: E % J; J & H; H © D; D $ C; D % F Conclusions: I. E % C II. F * E III. J % F

A) Conclusion I is true.

B) Both Conclusions I and II are true.

C) Both Conclusions II and III are true.

D) Neither Conclusion I nor III is true.

E) Either Conclusions I or II and III are true.

 

(56) Statements: Z © Y; Y & V; W % V; W $ R Conclusions: I. W & Y II. R % V III. V $ Z

A) Only Conclusion I is true.

B) Both Conclusions I and II are true.

C) Both Conclusions II and III are true.

D) Neither Conclusion I nor III is true.

E) Either Conclusions I or II and III are true.

 

(57) Statements: 6 < 2; 5> 2; 7 = 6; 8 > 6 Conclusions: I. 8 > 7 II. 8 > 5 III. 6 > 2

A)None is true

B) Only I is true

C) Only II is true

D) Only III is true

E) All are true

 

(58) Statements: $ < @; @ > %; % = &; &< 4 Conclusions: I. $ ≥ 4 II. @ >& III. 4 > %

A) None is true

B) Only I& II are true

C) Only II is true

D) Only II & III are true

E) All are true

 

(59) Statements: D ≥ E; F > A; D ≥ C; E ≥ F; B = E Conclusions: I. F > C II. C > E III. E > A IV. B > D

A) Only I is true

B)Only II is true

C) Either I or II true

D) Neither I nor II is true

E) Only III is true

 

(60) Statements: A ≥ B; C = B; E > F; A ≤ D; B ≥ F Conclusions: I. C < E II. D ≥ B III. A ≥ F IV. E > D

A) Only II is true

B) Only III is true

C) II and III are true

D) Either I or II true

E) I and II are true

 

(61) Statements: A > E; K ≥ M; E ≤ L; L = K; G < L Conclusions: I. A ≥ M II. M ≤ L III. K ≤ A IV. A < L

A) Only I is true

B) Only II is true

C) Either I or II true

D) Neither I nor II is true

E) III and IV are true

 

(62) Statements: I=K; M≤O; Q>M; K Q III. I > Q IV. I > M

A) Only IV is true

B) Only II is true

C) Only I and II are true

D) Only II and III are true

E) None is true

 

(63) Statements: C ≥ A; E = G; K < I; C< E; C< M; G ≥ I Conclusions: I. G < K II. A ≥ E III. I < M IV. A < E

A) Only I is true

B) Only IV is true

C) Only III is true

D) None is true

E) All are true

 

(64) Statements: S = T; U < O; S ≤ U ; P ≥ Q; Q >T Conclusions: I. P > S II. Q > S III. O > T IV. T ≤ U

A) Only I is true

B) Only II is true

C) Only I and II are true

D) All are true

E) Only III and IV are true

 

(65) Statements: A>C; G>E; G≤C; R≤I; K≤I Conclusions: I. A>G II. C>E III. I≥K IV. C≤K

A) Only I, II and III are true

B) Only II is true

C) Only I, II and IV are true

D) Neither I nor II is true

E) None is true

 

(66) Statements: M≤Q, O≥Q; O>R; P≤R Conclusions: I. O≥M II. O≥P III. Q>R IV. M≥O

A. Only I, II and III are true

B. Only II is true

C. Only I is true

D. Neither I nor II is true

E. None is true

 

(67) Statements: Biv. T

A) Only I, II and III are true

B) Only II is true

C) Only II and IV are true

D) Neither I nor II is true

E) None is true

 

(68)Statements: A≤C; F>H; H=A; J>L; L≥F Conclusions: I. J>A II. C=H III. HIV. L

A) Only I is true

B) Only II is true

C) None is true

D) Either II or III and I are true

E) All are true

 

Direction(69-73): Study the following information to answer the given questions

A$B means A is not smaller than B

A@B means A is neither smaller than nor equal to B

A#B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B

A&B means A is neither greater than nor smaller than B

A*B means A is not greater than B

 

(69) Statements: O & A, A $ R, R # S, S * Q Conclusions: I. Q @ R II. S @ O III. R & O IV. R # O

A) Only I is true

B) Only III is true

C) Only IV is true

D) Either III or IV is true

E) Either III or IV and I are true

 

(70) Statements: A * E, E $ F, F # O, O @ L Conclusions: I. L # F II. E @ O III. A # O IV. E @ L

A) None is true

B)Only I is true

C) Only II is true

D) Only III is true

E) Only IV is true

 

(71) Statements: B @ Q, Q # A, A & L, L * N Conclusions: I. N $ A II. L @ Q III. B @ N IV. Q # N

A) I, II and III are true

B) I, II and IV are true

C) I, III and IV are true

D) I, III and IV are true

E) All are true

 

(72) Statements: E # M, M * N, N @ O, O $ P Conclusions: I. P # M II. P # N III. M # O IV. N @ E

A) II and III are true

B) II and IV are true

C) III and IV are true

D) I, and IV are true

E)All are true

 

(73) Statements: A $ E, E @ F, F * G, G # H Conclusions: I. H @ E II. A $ G III. E @ H IV. A @ F

A) None is true

B) Only I is true

C) Only II is true

D) Only III is true

E) Only IV is true

 

Directions (Q.No – 74-78) In these questions, relationships between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.

A) If only Conclusion I follows

B) If only Conclusion II follows

C) If either Conclusion I or II follows

D) If neither Conclusion I nor II follows

E) If both Conclusions I or II follow

 

(74) Statement: B≥EE II.Q

A) If only Conclusion I follows

B) If only Conclusion II follows

C) If either Conclusion I or II follows

D) If neither Conclusion I nor II follows

E) If both Conclusions I or II follow

 

(75) Statement: P≥Q>RN Conclusions: I. P>G II. R>N

A) If only Conclusion I follows

B) If only Conclusion II follows

C) If either Conclusion I or II follows

D) If neither Conclusion I nor II follows

E) If both Conclusions I or II follow

 

(76) Statement: A>S>P>O=E Conclusions: I. P≥E II. S>E

A) If only Conclusion I follows

B) If only Conclusion II follows

C) If either Conclusion I or II follows

D) If neither Conclusion I nor II follows

E) If both Conclusions I or II follow

 

(77) Statement: A=B≥C, DD

A) If only Conclusion I follows

B) If only Conclusion II follows

C) If either Conclusion I or II follows

D) If neither Conclusion I nor II follows

E) If both Conclusions I or II follow

 

(78) Statement: P≥RE>O Conclusions: I. P>E II. Q>O

A) If only Conclusion I follows

B) If only Conclusion II follows

C) If either Conclusion I or II follows

D) If neither Conclusion I nor II follows

E) If both Conclusions I or II follow

 

(79 to 83) In the following Questions, $, *, %, @ and © are used with the following meaning as illustrated below

A * B means A is not greater than B

A @ B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B

A © B means A is not smaller than B

A % B means A is neither smaller than nor greater than B

A $ B means A is neither smaller than nor equal to B

 

(79) Statement : X * W, W @ Z , Z % Y Conclusion: I.Y $ W II.Z $ W III.X © Y

A)Only I is true

B)Only II is true

C)Both I and II are true

D)Both I and III are true

E)None is true

 

(80) Statement : D $ E, E © C, C @ A Conclusion: I.C * D II.A $ E III.A $ D

A)Only I is true

B)Only II is true

C)Both I and II are true

D)Both I and III are true

E)None is true

 

(81) Statement : M @ O, O % P, P © N Conclusion: I.P © M II.N @ O III. N % O

A)Only I is true

B)only II is true

C)Both II and III are true

D)Either II or III is true

E)None is true

 

(82) Statement : A © C, C $ B, B % E Conclusion: I.E @ C II.B @ A III.A © E

A)Only I is true

B)only II is true

C)Both I and II are true

D)Both I and III are true

E)None is true

 

(83) Statement : P © S, S $ R, R * Q Conclusion: I.Q $ S II.R @ P III.R % P

A)Only I is true

B)Ony II is true

C)Both I and II are true

D)Either II or III is true

E)All I, II and III are true

 

Direction: Q (84-88) : Study the following expression carefully to answer the given questions

 

(84) Statement : J ≥ N > M M II.L > N III.M < J IV.K > J

A)Only I is true

B)Only II is true

C)Only I and II are true

D)Only I and III are true

E)All I, II, III and IV are true

 

(85) Statement : Y < U ≥W > V ≤ X Conclusion: I.X ≥ W II.Y < W III.U > V IV.V < Y

A)Only I is true

B)Only IV is true

C)Only II is true

D)Only III is true

E)Both I and II are true

 

(86) Statement : P > Q = S ≤ R > T Conclusion: I.T < S II.T < P III.R = Q IV.R > Q

A)Only II is true

B)Only IV is true

C)Either III or IV true

D)Both II and III are true

E)Both I and II are true

 

(87) What should come in place of blank spaces to make L ≤ H and I > K always true in the expression L_K_H_I _ J.

A)=, ≤, <, >

B)<, ≥, >, <

C)>, >, =, =

D)≥, <, >, ≤

E)None of these

 

(88) What should come in place of question mark in the given expression so as to make B>C always false?

B > D ? F= A ≥ C

A)=

B)>

C)>=

D)<

E)can’t be determined

 

Directions (Q. 89-93): In the following questions, the symbols β, @, ⓒ, % and ⋆ are used with the following meaning a illustrated below:

‘P ⓒ Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.

‘P % Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’.

‘P ⋆ Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’.

‘P β Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’.

‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q’.

 

(89) Statement: R ⋆ K, K % D, D @ V, V β M Conclusion: I. R ⋆ D II. V ⋆ R III. D @ M IV. M % D

A) None is true

B) Only III is true

C) Only IV is true

D) Only either III or IV is true

E) Only either III or IV and II are true

 

(90) Statement: F % N, N ⓒ V, W β Y, Y ⋆ T, Conclusion: I. F % W II. T % N III. N % Y IV. T % W

A) Only I and III are true

B) Only I and IV are true

C) Only II and III are true

D) Only I, II and IV are true

E) None of these

 

(91) Statement: B ⓒ T, T ⋆ R, R % F, F @ K, Conclusion: I. B % R II. F ⋆ T III. R % K IV. K ⋆ T

A) None is true

B) Only I is true

C) Only II is true

D) Only III is true

E) Only IV is true

 

(92) Statement: J @ K, F β N, N % H, H ⓒ G Conclusion: I. G ⋆ N II. N ⓒ J III. F ⋆ J IV. J β G

A) Only I and II are true

B) Only I , II and III are true

C) Only II, III and IV are true

D) All I , II, III and IV are true

E) None of these

 

(93) Statement: D β T, T @ R, R ⓒ M , M % K Conclusion: I. R @ D II. R % D III. K ⋆ T IV. M β T

A) Only either I or II is true

B) Only III and IV are true

C) Only either I or II and III are true

D) Only either I or II and IV are true

E) Only either I or II and III and IV are true

 

Directions (Q. 94-98): In the following questions, the symbols @, $, ⋆, # and % are used with the following meaning a illustrated below:

‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.

‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’.

‘P # Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’.

‘P % Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q’.

‘P ⋆ Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’.

 

(94) Statement: H @ T, T # F, F % E, E ⋆ V Conclusion: I. V $ F II. E @ T III. H @ V IV. T # V

A) Only I, II and III are true

B) Only I, II and IV are true

C) Only II, III and IV are true

D) Only I, III and IV are true

E) All I, II, III and IV are true

 

(95) Statement: D # R, R ⋆ K, K @ F, F $ J Conclusion: I. J # R II. J # K III. R # F IV. K @ D

A) Only I, II and III are true

B) Only II ,III and IV are true

C) Only I, III and IV are true

D) All I, II, III and IV are true

E) None of these

 

(96) Statement: N % B, B $ W, W # H, H⋆M Conclusion: I. M @ W II. H @ N III. W % N IV. W # N

A) Only I is true

B) Only III is true

C) Only IV is true

D) Only either III or IV is true

E) Only either III or IV and I are true

 

(97) Statement: R⋆D, D$J, J#M, M@K Conclusion: I. K # J II. D @ M III. R # M IV. D @ K

A) None is true

B) Only I is true

C) Only II is true

D) Only III is true

E) Only IV is true

 

(98) Statement: M $ K, K @ N, N ⋆ R, R # W Conclusion: I. W @ K II. M $ R III. K @ W IV. M @ N

A) Only I and II are true

B) Only I, II and III are true

C) Only III and IV are true

D) Only II, III and IV are true

E) None of these

 

(99 to 105 )Directions- P @Q means P is either greater than or equal to Q

P+ Q means P is either smaller than or equal to Q

P%Q means P is greater than Q

PX Q means P is smaller than Q

P$ Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q

Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statement to be true ,find which of the two conditions I and II given below them is /are definitely true ? Give answer.

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either I or II is true

D) If neither I or II is true

E) If both I and II is true

 

99) Statements : M @R , R%T , T$ K Conclusion : I) KXM, II) TXM

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either I or II is true

D) If neither I or II is true

E) If both I and II is true

 

100) Statements : H%J, B+J, B@F Conclusion: I)F$J, II) J%F

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either I or II is true

D) If neither I or II is true

E) If both I and II is true

 

101) Statements : D$M, M%W, W@R Conclusion : I) RXD, II) W+D

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either I or II is true

D) If neither I or II is true

E) If both I and II is true

 

102) Statements : A+N , NXV, V$J Conclusion: I) J@N, II) A +V

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either I or II is true

D) If neither I or II is true

E) If both I and II is true

 

103) Statements : KXT , T@B , B+M Conclusion : I)M%T II) K+B

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either I or II is true

D) If neither I or II is true

E) If both I and II is true

 

104) Statements : B@H, HXM , M$N Conclusion : I) B@N, Ii) N%H

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either I or II is true

D) If neither I or II is true

E) If both I and II is true

 

(105 to 108) Directions- P © Q means P is not smaller than Q

P % Q means P is not greater than Q

P # Q means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q

P @ Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q

P $ Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q

Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statement to be true ,find which of the two conditions I and II given below them is /are definitely true ? Give answer.

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either I or II is true

D) If neither I or II is true

E) If both I and II is true

 

(105) Statements F % T, T @ J, J # W. Conclusions 1) J @ F. 2) J # F.

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either I or II is true

D) If neither I or II is true

E) If both I and II is true

 

(106) Statements – R # D, D © K, K $ M. Conclusions – 1) M # R. 2) K $ R.

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either I or II is true

D) If neither I or II is true

E) If both I and II is true

 

(107) Statements – Z © F, F $ M, M % K Conclusions – 1) K # F. 2) Z # M.

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either I or II is true

D) If neither I or II is true

E) If both I and II is true

 

(108) Statement – H @ B, B © R, A $ R Conclusion – 1) B © A 2) R % H.

A) If only conclusion I is true

B) If only conclusion II is true

C) If either I or II is true

D) If neither I or II is true

E) If both I and II is true


 

Order Ranking

Order Ranking

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(1) In a group of 40 girls, when Jimy was shifted by 4 places towards her right, then she become 12th from the left end what was her earlier position from the right end of the row?

(A)30

(B)33

(C)40

(D)50

(E)None of these

 

(2) In a group of 40 boys, Ganesh is 12th from the left end and Nitin is 17th from the right end. If Nirav is placed exactly between them what is his rank from right?

(A)23

(B)20

(C)21

(D)22

(E)None of these

 

(3) In a queue, Dhara is 10th from the front while Ashu is 25th from behind and Mamta is just in the middle of the two. If there be 50 persons in the queue. What position does Mamta occupy from the front ?

(A) 10th

(B) 12th

(C) 18th

(D) 14th

(E)None of these

 

(4) Nikita ranks sixteenth from the top and forty ninth from the bottom in a class. How many students are there in the class ?

(A)60

(B)65

(C)64

(D)56

(E)None of these

 

(5) Jayesh ranks seventh from the top and twenty eight from the bottom in a class. How many students are there in the class ?

(A)30

(B)33

(D)40

(D)34

(E)None of these

 

(6) If Nikunj finds that he is twelfth from the right in a line of boys and fourth from the left, how many boys should be added to the line such that there are 28 boys in the line ?

(A)13

(B)15

(C)9

(D)10

(E)None of these

 

(7) Kiran ranked sixteenth from the top and twenty ninth from the bottom among those who passed an examination. Six boys did not participate in the competition and five failed in it. How many boys were there in the class ?

(A)51

(B)55

(C)45

(D)43

(E)None of these

 

(8) Some boys are sitting in a row. P is sitting fourteenth from the left and Q is seventh from the right. If there are four boys between P and Q, how many boys are there in the row ?

(A)22

(B)20

(C)25

(D)16

(E)None of these

 

(9) Mayank ranks twelfth in a class of forty-six. What will be her rank from the last?

(A)33

(B)35

(C)32

(D)30

(E)None of these

 

(10) Lalit and Girish are ranked seventh and eleventh respectively from the top in a class of 31 students. What will be their respective ranks from the bottom in the class ?

(A) 20th and 24th

(B) 24th and 20th

(C) 25th and 21st

(D) 26th and 22nd

(E) None of these

 

(11) Kunal is 7 ranks ahead of Tushar in a class of 39. If Tushat`s rank is seventeenth from the last, what is Kunal`s rank from the start ?

(A) 12th

(B) 25th

(C) 16th

(D) 18th

(E) None of these

 

(12) Heena remembers that her father`s birthday was certainly after eighth but before thirteenth of December. Her sister Seema remembers that their father`s birthday was definitely after ninth but before fourteenth of December. On which date of December was their father`s birthday ?

(A) 10th

(B)11th

(C) 12th

(D) Data inadequate

(E) None of these

 

(13) Standing on a platform, Nikunj told Nayna that Aligarh was more than ten kilometers but less than fifteen kilometers from there. Nayna knew that it was more than twelve but less then fourteen kilometers from there. If both of them were correct, which of the following could be the distance of Aligarh from the platform ?

(A) 10 km

(B) 12 km

(C) 13 km

(D) 12 km

(E) None of these

 

(14) Girish left home for the bus stop 15 minutes earlier than usual. It takes 10 minutes to reach the stop. He reached the stop at 8.40 a.m. What time does he usually leave home for the bus stop ?

(A) 8.30 a.m.

(B)8.45 p.m.

(C) 8.55 a.m.

(D) Data inadequate

(E) None of these

 

(15) The priest told the devotee, "The temple bell is rung at regular intervals of 45 minutes. The last bell was rung five minutes ago. The next bell is due to be rung at 7.45 a.m." At what time did the priest give this information to the devotee ?

(A) 7.23 a.m.

(B) 7.05 a.m.

(C) 8.00 a.m.

(D) 9.55 a.m.

(E) None of these

 

(16) An application was received by inward clerk in the afternoon of the week day. Next day he forwarded it to the table of the senior clerk, who was on leave that day. The senior clerk next day evening put up the application to the desk officer. Desk officer studied the application and disposed off the matter on the same day i.e. Friday. Which day was the application received by the inward clerk ?

(A) Monday

(B) Tuesday

(C) Wednesday

(D) Earlier week`s Saturday

(E) None of these

 

(17) In a row of girls, Mihika is 15th from the left and Khushbhu is 23rd from the right. If they interchange their positions, then Mihika becomes 18 th from the left. Then at what position will Khushbu be from the right?

(A)24th

(B)25th

(C)26th

(D)20th

(E)None of these

 

(18) Five boys were climbing a hill. J was following H. R was just ahead of G. K was between G & H. They were climbing up in a column. Who was the second?

(A) J

(B)H

(C)K

(4)G

(E)None of these

 

(19) Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Epsilon are friends and have birthdays on consecutive days though may not be in order. Gamma is as many days old to Alpha as Beta is younger to Epsilon. Delta is two days older then Epsilon. Gamma’s Birthday is on Wednesday. When is Epsilon & Alpha’s birthday?

(A)Monday, Saturday

(B)Friday, Wednesday

(C)Friday, Tuesday

(D)Thursday, Friday

(E)Cannot be determined

 

(20) Jigar is eighteenth from the right end in a row of 50 boys. What is his position from the left end?

(A)32

(2)35

(3)33

(4)34

(5)None of these

 

(21) In a class of 90 ,where girls are twice that of boys , Krishna ranked fourteenth from the top ,if there are 10 girls ahead of Krishna ,how many boys are after him in rank?

(A)23

(B)26

(3)25

(4)22

(5)None of these

 

(22) Jayshree ranks nineteeth in a class of 68 students . What is her rank from last ?

(A)50

(B)51

(C)49

(D)48

(E)None of these

 

(23) Shushmita is 5 ranks ahead of Ravi in a class of 46 students. If Ravi s rank is twelfth from the last, what is Shushmita s rank from the start?

(A)29

(B)31

(C)28

(D)30

(E)None of these

 

(24) Mamta is 6 ranks ahead of Shivam who ranks sixteenth in a class of 42.What is Mamta’s rank from the last?

(A)33

(B)32

(C)31

(D)30

(E)None of these

 

(25) A ranks fourth in a class. B ranks ninth from the last,If C is ninth after A and just in the middle of A and B,How many students are there in the class?

(A)33

(B)32

(C)31

(D)30

(E)None of these

 

(26) Akil ranked seventeenth from the top and thirty seventh from the bottom in a class. How many students are there in the class?

(A)53

(B)45

(C)54

(D)52

(E)None of these

 

(27) Shakthi ranks eleventh in a class of 54 students . What is his rank from last ?

(A)43

(B)44

(C)42

(D)40

(E)None of these

 

(28) Naresh is twenty two from the left end in a row of 47 boys.What is his position from the right end?

(A)24

(B)25

(C)23

(D)26

(E)None of these

 

(29) Reshma and Praveena are ranked ninth and thirteenth from the top in a class of 57 students .What will be theie respective ranks from the bottom of the class?

(A)48 , 44

(B)49 , 45

(C)45 , 49

(D)47 , 43

(E)None of these

 

(30) In a row of trees one tree is the 7th from either end of the row. how many trees are there in the row?

A) 11

B) 13

C) 15

D) 14

E)None of these

 

(31)Sunita ranks 18th in a class of 49 students. What is his rank from the last?

A)18

B) 19

C) 31

D) 32

E)None of these

 

(32) Among 5 friends M is heavier than K and T. B is lighter than T and P. K is not the Lightest. Who among them is the lightest?

A)K

B) B

C)T

D) CND

E)None of these

 

(33) Bharat is 8 ranks ahead of Divya who ranks 26 in a class of 42. What is Bharat’s rank from the last?

A) 9th

B) 24th

C) 25th

D) 34th

E)None of these

 

34) In a row of trees, one tree is fifth from either end of the row. How many trees are there in the row ?

A) 8

B) 9

C) 10

D) 11

E)None of these

 

35)In a queue, Amrit is 10th from the top while Mohit is 25th from bottom and Meena is just in the middle of the two. If there be 50 persons in the queue. What position does Meena occupy from the top ?

A)18th

B) 19th

C) 20th

D) 15th

E)None of these

 

(36) In a row of forty boys, R is fourth from the right end and W is tenth from the left end . How many boys are there between R and W?

A) 25

B) 26

C) 25

D) 17

E)None of these

 

(37) Raja is sixth from the left end and vineet is tenth from the right end in a row of boys. If there are eight boys between Raja and Vineet, how many boys are there in the row ?

A) 24

B) 26

C) 23

D) 25

E)None of these

 

(37) Read the following to answer these questions .

Seven persons J, K, L, M, N, O and P participate in a series of swimming races in which the following are always true about the results :

K finishes ahead of L. N finishes directly behind M. Either J finishes first and O last, or O following first and J last. There are no ties in any race everyone finishes each race.

 

38) If exactly two swimming finish between J and L, then which of the following must be true?

(A) J finishes first

(B) o finishes first

(C) K finishes second

(D) M finishes fifth

(E) None of the above

 

(39) Which of the following cannot be true?

(A) K Finishes third

(B) K finishes sixth

(C) M finishes second

(D) N finishes fourth

(E) None of the above

 

(40) If N finishes directly ahead of K, then which of the following is a complete and accurate listing of the positions in which m could have finished?

(A) second

(B) Third

(C) Second, third

(D) Second, third , fourth

(E) None of the above'

 

(41) If O and K finish so that one is directly behind the other, Then which of the following must be true?

(A) K finishes sixth

(B) O finishes seventh

(C) J finishes first

(D) L finishes third, J finishes seventh

(E) None of the above

 

(42) If J finishes first, and if L finishes ahead of N, then in How many different orders is it possible for the other swimmers to finish ?

(A) 2

(B) 3

(C) 4

(D) 5

(E) none of the above

 

(43) Sam ranked ninth from the top and thirty-eighth from the bottom in a class. How many students are there in the class?

(A) 45

(B) 46

(C) 47

(D) 48

(E) 49

 

(44) A class of boys stands in a single line. One boy is nineteenth in order from both the ends. How many boys are there in the class?

(A) 27

(B) 37

(C) 38

(D) 39

(E) 28

 

(45) Ajay ranked sixteenth from the top and twenty-ninth from the bottom among those who passed an examination. Six boys did not participate in the competition and five failed in it. How many boys were there in the class?

(A) 40

(B) 44

(C) 50

(D) 55

(E) 58

 

(46) If Atul finds that the he is twelfth from the right in a line of boys and fourth from the left, how many boys should be added to the line such that there are 28 boys in the line?

(A) 12

(B) 13

(C) 14

(D) 20

(E) None of these

 

(47) In a row of boys, Jeevan is seventh from the start and eleventh from the end. In another row of boys, Vikas is tenth from the start and twelfth from the end. How many boys are there in both the rows together?

(A) 36

(B) 37

(C) 39

(D) Cannot be determined B

(E) None of these

 

(48) In a class of 60, where girls are twice that of boys, Kamal ranked seventeenth from the top. If there are 9 girls ahead of Kamal, how many boys are after him in rank?

(A) 3

(B) 7

(C) 12

(D) 23

(E) 16

 

(49) Nitin ranks eighteenth in a class of 49 students. What is his rank from the last?

(A) 18

(B) 19

(C) 31

(D) 32

(E) 20

 

(50) Manoj and Sachin are ranked seventh and eleventh respectively from the top in a class of 31 students. What will be their respective ranks from the bottom in the class?

(A) 20th and 24th

(B) 24th and 20th

(C) 25th and 21st

(D) 26th and 22nd

(E) None of these

 

(51) Ravi is 7 ranks ahead of Sumit in a class of 39. If Sumit’s rank is seventeenth from the last, what is Ravi’s rank from the start?

(A) 14th

(B) 15th

(C) 16th

(D) 17th

(E) 18th

 

(52) Bharati is 8 ranks ahead of Divya who ranks twenty-sixth in a class of 42. What is Bharati’s rank from the last?

(A) 9th

(B) 24th

(C) 25th

(D) 34th

(E) None of these

 

(53) Compare the knowledge of persons X, Y, Z, A, B and C in relation to each other : X knows more than A. Y knows as much as B. Z knows less than C. A knows more than Y. The best knowledgeable person amongst all is :

(A) X

(B) Y

(C) A

(D) C

(E) None of these

 

(54) If (i) P is taller than Q ; (ii) R is shorter tan P; (iii) S is taller than T but shorter than Q, Then who among them is the tallest ?

(A) P

(B) Q

(C) S

(D) T

(E) Can`t be determined

 

(55) Five children were administered psychological tests to know their intellectual levels. In the report, psychologists pointed out that the child A is less intelligent than the child B. The child C is less intelligent than the child D. The child B is less intelligent than the child C and child A is more intelligent then the child E. Which child is the most intelligent ?

(A) A

(B) B

(C) D

(D) E

(E) None of these

 

(56) Among five boys, Vineet is taller than Manick, but not as tall as Ravi. Jacob is taller than Dilip but shorter than Manick. Who is the tallest in their group ?

(A) Ravi

(B) Manick

(C) Vineet

(D) CND

(E) None of these

 

(57) Five boys participated in a competition. Rohit was ranked lower than Sanjay. Vikas was ranked higher than Dinesh. Kamal`s rank was between Rohit and Vikas. Who was ranked highest ?

(A) Sanjay

(B) Vikas

(C) Dinesh

(D) Kamal

(E) None of These

 

(58) In an examination, Raj got more marks than Mukesh but not as many as Priya. Priya get more marks than Gaurav and Kavita. Gaurav got less marks than Mukesh but his marks are not the lowest in the group. Who is second in the descending order of marks ?

(A) Priya

(B) Kavita

(C) Raj

(D) Cannot be determined

(E) None of these

 

(59) Ashish is heavier than Govind. Mohit is lighter than Jack. Pawan is heavier than Jack but lighter than Govind. Who among them is the heaviest ?

(A) Govind

(B) Jack

(C) Pawan

(D) Ashish

(E) Mohit

 

(60) Pune is bigger than Jhansi, Sitapur is bigger than Chittor. Raigarh is not as big as Jhansi, but is bigger than Sitapur. Which is the smallest ?

(A) Pune

(B) Jhansi

(C) Sitapur

(D) Chittor

 

(61) Rohan is taller than Anand but shorter than Seema. Krishna is taller than Pushpa but shorter than Anand. Dhiraj is taller than Krishna but shorter than Seema. Who among them is the tallest ?

(A) Rohan

(B) Seema

(C) Krishna

(D) Cannot be determined

(E) None of these

 

62) (A) Gopal is shorter than Ashok but taller than Kunal; (B) Navin is shorter than Kunal; (C) Jayesh is taller than Navin; (D) Ashok is taller than Jayesh. Who among them is the tallest ?

(A) Gopal

(B) Ashok

(C) Kunal

(D) Navin

(E) Jayesh

 

(63) B is twice as old as A but twice younger than F. C is half the age of A but twice the age of D. Which two persons from the pair of oldest and youngest ?

(A) F and A

(B) F and D

(C) B and F

(D) F and C

(E) None of these

 

(64) Sudhanshu is as much older than Kokila as he is younger than Praveen. Nitin is as old as Kokila. Which of the following statement is wrong ?

(A) Kokila is younger than Praveen.

(B) Nitin is younger than Praveen.

(C) Sudhanshu is older than Nitin.

(D) Praveen is not the oldest. 

(E) Kokila is younger than Sudhanshu ?

 

(65) A is elder to B while C and D are elder to E who lies between A and C. If C be elder to B, Which one of the following statements is necessarily true ?

(A)  A is elder to C

(B) C is elder to D

(C) D is elder to C

(D) E is elder to B

 

(66) Hitesh is richer than Jaya whereas Mohan is richer than Pritam. Lalit is as rich as Jaya. Amit is richer than Hitesh. What conclusion can be definitely drawn from the above statement ?

(A)Jaya is poorer than Pritam.

(B) Mohan is richer than Amit.

(C) Lalit is poorer than Hitesh.

(D) Pritam is richer than Lalit

(E) None of these

 

(67) A blacksmith has five iron articles A, B, C, D and E, each having a different weight.

(i) A weights twice as much as B.(ii) B weights four and a half times as much as C. (iii) C weights half as much as D. (iv) D weights half as much as E. (v) E weights less than A but more than C. Which of the following is the lightest in weight ?

(A) A

(B) B

(C) C

(D) D

(E) E

 

(68) A blacksmith has five iron articles A, B, C, D and E, each having a different weight.

(i) A weights twice as much as B. (ii) B weights four and a half times as much as C. (iii) C weights half as much as D. (iv) D weights half as much as E. (v) E weights less than A but more than C. E is lighter in weight than which of the other two articles ?

(A) A, B

(B) D, C

(C) A, C

(D) D, B

(E) B, E

 

(69)A blacksmith has five iron articles A, B, C, D and E, each having a different weight. (i) A weights twice as much as B. (ii) B weights four and a half times as much as C. (iii) C weights half as much as D. (iv) D weights half as much as E. (v) E weights less than A but more than C. E is heavier than which of the following two articles ?

(A) D, B

(B) D, C

(C) A, C

(D) A, B

(E) None of these

 

(70) A blacksmith has five iron articles A, B, C, D and E, each having a different weight.

(i) A weights twice as much as B. (ii) B weights four and a half times as much as C. (iii) C weights half as much as D. (iv) D weights half as much as E. (v) E weights less than A but more than C. Which of the following articles is the heaviest in weight ?

(A) A

(B) B

(C) C

(D) D

(E) E

 

(71) A blacksmith has five iron articles A, B, C, D and E, each having a different weight.

(i) A weights twice as much as B. (ii) B weights four and a half times as much as C. (iii) C weights half as much as D. (iv) D weights half as much as E. (v) E weights less than A but more than C. Which of the following represents the descending order of weights of the articles ?

(A) A, B, E, D, C

(B) B, D, E, A, C

(C) E, C, D, A, B

(D) C, A, D, B, E

(E) A, B, D, E, C

 

(72) (i). Seven students P, Q, R, S, T, U and V take a series of tests. (ii). No two students get similar marks. (iii). V always scores more than P. (iv). P always scores more than Q. (v). Each time either R socres the highest and T gets the least, or alternatively S scores the highest and U or Q scores the least. If S is ranked sixth and Q is ranked fifth, which of the following can be true ?

(A) V is ranked first or fourth.

(B) R is ranked second or third.

(C) P is ranked second or fifth.

(D) U is ranked third or fourth.

(E) T is ranked fourth or fifth.

 

73) (i). Seven students P, Q, R, S, T, U and V take a series of tests. (ii). No two students get similar marks.

(iii). V always scores more than P. (iv). P always scores more than Q. (v). Each time either R scores the highest and T gets the least, or alternatively S scores the highest and U or Q scores the least. If R gets most, V should be ranked not lower than :

(A) second

(B) third

(C) fourth

(D) fifth

(E) sixth

 

(74) (i). A, B, C, D and E are five friends. (ii). B is elder to E, but not as tall as C. (iii). C is younger to A, and is taller to D and E. (iv). A is taller to D, but younger to E. (v). D is elder to A but is shortest in the group. If a selection is to be made among them who would be relatively older and also taller, who among them should be chosen ?

(A) A

(B) B

(C) C

(D) D

(E) E

 

75) (i). Six friends P, Q, R, S, T and U are members of a club and play a different game of Football, Cricket, Tennis, Basketball, Badminton and Volleyball. (ii). T who is taller than P and S plays Tennis. (iii). The tallest among them plays Basketball. (iv). The shorter among them play Volleyball. (v). Q and S neither play Vollyball nor Basketball. (vi). R plays Volleyball. (vii). T is between Q who plays Football and P in order of height. Who among them is taller than R but shorter than P ?

(A) Q

(B) T

(C) U

(D) Data inadequate

(E) None of these

 

76) (i). Six friends P, Q, R, S, T and U are members of a club and play a different game of Football, Cricket, Tennis, Basketball, Badminton and Volleyball. (ii). T who is taller than P and S plays Tennis. (iii). The tallest among them plays Basketball. (iv). The shorter among them play Volleyball. (v). Q and S neither play Vollyball nor Basketball. (vi). R plays Volleyball. (vii). T is between Q who plays Football and P in order of height. Who among them is taller than R but shorter than P ?

(A) Q

(B) P

(C) S

(D) T

(E) None of these

 

77) (i). Six friends P, Q, R, S, T and U are members of a club and play a different game of Football, Cricket, Tennis, Basketball, Badminton and Volleyball. (ii). T who is taller than P and S plays Tennis. (iii). The tallest among them plays Basketball. (iv). The shorter among them play Volleyball. (v). Q and S neither play Vollyball nor Basketball. (vi). R plays Volleyball. (vii). T is between Q who plays Football and P in order of height. Who among them is taller than R but shorter than P ?

(A) P is shorter than R.

(B) Q is taller than S.

(C) S is taller than R.

(D) T is taller than R.

(E) U is taller than Q.

 

(78) At the end of a cricket series, when five players were arranged in the ascending order of runs scored by them, O was fourth while N was first. When they were arranged in descending order for wickets taken by them, K replaces O while O replaces L. M's position remains unchanged. K has scored more runs than M. L is having first rank in in ranking and fifth in another. Who has scored the highest runs in the series ?

(A) K

(B) L

(C) M

(D) Can't be determined

(E) None of these

 

(79)  In a row of some children, S is 25th from left, T is 60th from right. If they interchanged their positions, then T becomes 70th from right end Find

What is S’s right-hand position in new position

(A) 30

(B) 25

(C) 26

(D) Can't be determined

(E) None of these

 

80) In a group of 40 girls, when latha was shifted by 4 places towards her right, then she become 12th from the left end what was her earlier position from the right end of the row?

(A) 34

(B) 32

(C) 33

(D) 35

(E) none

 

81) There are five friends --- Sachin, Kunal, Mohit, Anuj and Rohan. Sachin is shorter than Kunal but taller than Rohan. Mohit is the tallest. Anuj is a little shorter than Kunal and little taller than Sachin. Who is the shortest ?

(A) Rohan

(B) Sachin

(C) Anuj

(D) Kunal

(E) None of these

 

(82) There are five friends --- Sachin, Kunal, Mohit, Anuj and Rohan. Sachin is shorter than Kunal but taller than Rohan. Mohit is the tallest. Anuj is a little shorter than Kunal and little taller than Sachin. Who is the second tallest ?

(A) Sachin

(B) Kunal

(C) Anuj

(D) Rohan

(E) None of these

 

(83) i) There is a group of five girls. (ii) Kamini is second in height but younger than Rupa. (iii) Pooja is taller than Monika but younger in age. (iv) Rupa and Monika are of the same age but Rupa is tallest between them. (v) Neelam is taller than Pooja and elder Rupa. If they are arranged in the ascending order of height, who will be in third position ?

(A) Monika

(B) Rupa

(C) Monika ar Rupa

(D) Data inadequate

(E) None of these

 

(84) In a row of boys, If A who is 10th from the left and B who is 9th from the right interchange their positions, A becomes 15th from the left. How many boys are there in the row ?

(A) 23

(B) 31

(C) 27

(D) 28

(E) None of these

 

(85) Sam ranked 9th from the top and 38th from the bottom in a class. How many students are there in the class ?

(A) 45

(B) 47

(C) 46

(D) 48

(E) None of these

 

(86) A class of boys stands in a single line, One boy is 19th in order from both the ends, How many boys are there in the class ?

(A) 37

(B) 39

(C) 27

(D) 38

(E) None of these

 

(87) Three persons A, B and C are standing in a queue. There are five persons between A and B and eight persons between B and C. If there be three persons ahead of C and 21 persons behind A, what could be the minimum number of persons in the queue?

(A) 41

(B) 40

(C) 28

(D) 27

(E) None of these

 

(88) In a class of 180, where girls are twice the number of boys, Mayank[a boy] ranked 34th from the top. If there are 18 girls ahead of Mayank, how many boys are after him in rank?

(A) 45

(B) 44

(C) 60

(D) can't be determined

(E) None of these

 

(89) In a class of 50 students M is eighth from top. H is 20th from bottom. How many students are there between M and H?

(A) 22

(B) 23

(C) 24

(D) can't be determined

(E) None of these

 

(90) Rajan is sixth from the left end and vinay is tenth from the right end in a row of boys. If there are eight boys between Rajan and Vinay, how many boys are there in the row ?

(A) 24

(B) 26

(C) 23

(D) 25

(E) None of these

 

(91) In a row of thirty boys, R is fourth from the right end and W is tenth from the left end . How many boys are there between R and W?

(A) 15

(B) 16

(C) 17

(D) can't be determined

(E) None of these

 

(92) Sandhya's birthday falls on 15th August and Minu's birthday falls on 25th June. If Minu's birthday was on Wednesday, what was the day on Sandhya's birthday in the same year?

(A) Friday

(B) Monday

(C) Tuesday

(D) Saturday

(E) None of these

 

(93) In a row of persons, position of A from left side of the row is 27th and position of A from right side of the row is 34th. Find total no. of persons in the row?

(A) 55

(B) 60

(C) 70

(D) can't be determined

(E) None of these

 

(94) In a row of persons, position of A from left side of the row is 27th and there are 5 persons after A in the row. Find total no. of persons in the row?

(A) 32

(B) 26

(C) 33

(D) 25

(E) None of these

 

(95) n a row of 18 persons, position of A from left side of the row is 6th. Find the no. of persons after A in the row?

(A) 12

(B) 16

(C) 13

(D) 15

(E) None of these

 

(96) In a row of 54 persons, A is 15th from the left side of the row and B is 20th from the right side of the row. Find the no. of persons sitting between A and B?

(A) 19

(B) 21

(C) 27

(D) 18

(E) None of these

 

(97) In a row of 54 persons, A is 35th from the left side of the row and B is 22nd from the right side of the row. Find the no. of persons sitting between A and B?

(A) 5

(B) 1

(C) 6

(D) 2

(E) None of these

 

(98) In a row of persons, position of A from left side of the row is 9th & position of B from right side of the row is 8th.If C is sitting just in middle of A & B and position of C from left side of the row is 15th. Find the total no. of persons in the row?

(A) 28

(B) 26

(C) 25

(D) 35

(E) None of these

 

(99) In a row of persons, Position of A from left side of the row is 11th and B from right side of the row is 19th. If C is sitting just in middle of A & B and position of C from A is 7th. Find total no. of persons in the row?

(A) 45

(B) 47

(C) 43

(D) 48

(E) None of these

 

(100) If position of A from left side of a row is 15th and position of B from right side of a row is 19th and only 1 person is sitting in middle of A & B. Find the minimum number of persons that can be seated in this row?

(A) 24

(B) 25

(C) 30

(D) 31

(E) None of these


 

Input Output

Input Output

2341  

Directions (1-5): Read the following information and answer the questions. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement

Input : ant real order world sunk india man undo catch eat

Step I : undo ant real order world sunk india man eat catch

Step II : undo order ant real world sunk india eat man catch

Step III : undo order india ant world sunk eat real man catch

Step IV : undo order india eat ant world sunk real man catch

And step IV is the last step of the rearrangement As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following question the appropriate steps for the given input. Input for the question

Input : horn simple anger best onto danger moon upto erase into

 

(1)  Which of the following would be the final arrangement?

(A) best horn danger moon simple upto onto into erase anger

(B) upto onto into erase anger best danger horn moon simple

(C) upto onto into erase anger simple moon horn danger best

(D) upto onto into erase anger simple danger horn moon best

(E) None of these

 

(2)  In step III, which of the following word be at 6th position from the left?

(A) moon

(B) anger

(C) simple

(D) horn

(E) None of these

 

(3)  Which step number would be the following output? upto onto horn simple anger moon erase into danger best.

(A) II

(B) III

(C) V

(D) IV

(E) None of these

 

(4)  In step IV of the rearrangement, if onto is related to erase and moon is related to danger in a certain way, to which of the following would anger be related to, following the same pattern?

(A) moon

(B) into

(C) simple

(D) horn

(E) None of these

 

(5)  Which of the following would be step VII?

(A) upto onto into erase anger simple moon horn danger best

(B) upto onto into erase anger moon simple danger horn best

(C) upto onto into erase anger best danger horn moon simple

(D) upto onto into erase simple anger moon horn danger best

(E) There will be no such step as the input gets rearranged before stepVII

 

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions: The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement. (All the numbers are two digits numbers)

Input : talk 61 26 mold boom 88 81 47 work known ink 36 69 cold

Step I : 26 talk 61 mold 88 81 47 work known ink 36 69 cold boom

Step II : 36 26 talk 61 mold 88 81 47 work known ink 69 boom cold

Step III : 47 36 26 talk 61 mold 88 81 work known 69 boom cold ink

Step IV : 61 47 36 26 talk mold 88 81 work 69 boom cold ink known

Step V : 69 61 47 36 26 talk 88 81 work boom cold ink known mold

Step VI : 81 69 61 47 36 26 88 work boom cold ink known mold talk

Step VII : 88 81 69 61 47 36 26 boom cold ink known mold talk work

Step VII is the last step of the above input, as the desired arrangement is obtained.

Input: 89 who root 19 46 near drink link gold 61 23 under 71 97

 

(6)  Which step number is the following output?

46 23 19 89 who root near 61 under 97 71 gold drink link

(A) Step V

(B) Step VI

(C) Step IV

(D) Step III

(E) There is no such step

 

(7)  Which word/number would be at 5th position from the right in Step V ?

(A) 19

(B) 97

(C) gold

(D) drink

(E) who

 

(8)  How many elements (words or numbers) are there between 'gold'

and '46' as they appear in the last step of the output?

(A) One

(B) Three

(C) Four

(D) Five

(E) Seven

 

(9) Which of the following represents the position of 'who' in the fourth step?

(A) Eighth from the left

(B) Fifth from the right

(C) Sixth from the left

(D) Fifth from the left

(E) Seventh from the left

 

(10) Which of the following would be step IV?

(A) 19 89 who root 46 near link gold 61 23 under 71 97 drink

(B) 71 61 46 23 19 89 who under 97 drink gold link near root

(C) 61 46 23 19 89 who root under 71 97 drink gold link near

(D) 97 89 71 61 46 23 19 drink gold link near root under who

(E) None of these

 

(11 to 15) Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions: A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement. (All the numbers are two digits numbers)

Input: take 61 26 mock boom 88 81 47 work known inch 36 69 cold.

Step I: 26 take 61 mock 88 81 47 work known inch 36 69 cold boom.

Step II: 36 26 take 61 mock 88 81 47 work known inch 69 boom cold.

Step III: 47 36 26 take 61 mock 88 81 work known 69 boom cold inch.

Step IV: 61 47 36 26 take mock 88 81 work 69 boom cold inch known.

Step V: 69 61 47 36 26 take 88 81 work boom cold inch known mock.

Step VI: 81 69 61 47 36 26 88 work boom cold inch known mock take.

Step VII: 88 81 69 61 47 36 26 boom cold inch known mock take work.

Step VII is the last step of the above input, as the desired arrangement is obtained.

As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Input: 89 what rose 19 46 niece dream lotus game 61 23 unlucky 71 97 (All the numbers are two digits numbers) .

 

(11)  Which step number is the following output?

46 23 19 89 what rose niece 61 unlucky 97 71 game dream lotus.

(A) Step V

(B) Step VI

(C) Step IV

(D) Step III

(E) There is no such step

 

(12)  Which word/number would be at 5th position from the right in Step V?

(A) 19

(B) 97

(C) game

(D) dream

(E) what

 

(13)  How many elements (words or numbers) are there between 'game' and '46' as they appear in the last step of the output?

(A) One

(B) Three

(C) Four

(D) Five

(E) Seven

 

(14)  Which of the following represents the position of 'what' in the fourth step?

(A) Eighth from the left

(B) Fifth from the right

(C) Sixth from the left

(D) Fifth from the left

(E) Seventh from the left

 

(15)  Which word/number would be at 3rd position from the right in Step IV?

(A) 19

(B) 97

(C) game

(D) dream

(E) what

 

(16 to 20) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:

When a word and number arrangement machine is given an input line of words and numbers, it arranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of the input and rearrangement.

Input: variety 13 enough 7 12 maximum union 24 tree 4

Step I: enough variety 13 7 12 maximum union 24 tree 4

Step II: enough variety 13 12 maximum union 24 tree 4 7

Step III: enough maximum variety 13 12 union 24 tree 4 7

Step IV: enough maximum variety 13 union 24 tree 4 7 12

Step V: enough maximum union variety 13 24 tree 4 7 12

Step VI: enough maximum union variety 24 tree 4 7 12 13

Step VII: enough maximum union tree variety 24 4 7 12 13

Step VIII: enough maximum union tree variety 24 7 12 13 4

Step IX: enough maximum union tree variety 7 12 13 4 24

And step IX is the last step of the above arrangement. As per the rules followed in the above step, find out the appropriate step for the given input.

Input: steps 22 onion apt 19 tribe 4 new 18 13

 

(16)  How many steps will be required to complete the rearrangement of the above input?

(A) Six

(B) Eight

(C) Ten

(D) more than ten

(E) Both 3 and 4

 

(17)  Which step number is the following output?

apt new onion steps tribe 4 18 13 19 22

(A) Step V

(B) Step VI

(C) Step IX

(D) Step X

(E) Other than given options

 

(18)  How many elements are there between 'new' and '18' in step VI ?

(A) 5

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 6

(E) 4

 

(19)  Which of the following steps would be the last step but one?

(A) Step VIII

(B) Step X

(C) Step IX

(D) Step VII

(E) Other than given options

 

(20)  What is the position of 'tribe' to the left of '13' in step VI?

(A) Fifth

(B) Seventh

(C) Ninth

(D) Third

(E) Other than given options

 

(21 to 27) Study the following information to answer the questions given below: A number arrangement machine when given an input of numbers, rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and of steps rearrangement.

Input: 48 245 182 26 99 542 378 297

Step I: 542 48 245 182 26 99 378 297

Step II : 542 26 48 245 182 99 378 297

Step III: 542 26 378 48 245 182 99 297

Step IV: 542 26 378 48 297 245 182 99

Step V: 542 26 378 48 297 99 245 182

This is the final arrangement and step V is the last step for this input.

 

(21)  What will the fourth step for an input whose second step is given below?

Step: 765 42 183 289 542 65 110 350

A) 765 42 542 350 183 289 65 110

B) 765 42 542 65 110 183 289 350

C) 765 42 542 65 183 289 110 350

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(22)  What should be the third step of the following input?

Input: 239 123 58 361 495 37

A) 495 37 361 123 239 58

B) 495 37 58 361 123 239

C) 495 37 58 123 361 239

D) 495 37 361 239 123 58

E) None of these

 

(23)  How many steps will be required to get the final output from the following input?

Input: 39 88 162 450 386 72 29

A) Two

B) Three

C) Four

D) Six

E) None of these

 

(24)  What should be the last step of the following input?

Input: 158 279 348 28 326 236

A) 348 28 326 158 279 236

B) 348 28 326 236 158 279

C) 348 28 236 158 279 326

D) 348 28 158 326 236 279

E) None of these

 

(25)  If the first step of an input is “785 198 32 426 373 96 49”, then which of the following steps will be “785 32 426 49 198 373 96” ?

A) Third

B) Fourth

C) Fifth

E) Second

E) None of these

 

(26) Below is given the second step of an input. What will be its fourth step?

Step II : 298 12 128 36 212 185

A) 298 12 212 128 36 185

B) 298 12 212 36 128 185

C) 298 12 36 212 128 185

D)Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(27)  Below is given the third step of an input. What will be its second step?

Step III: 387 42 236 185 92 64

A) 387 42 185 236 92 64

B) 387 42 92 185 236 64

C) 387 42 185 92 236 64

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(28 to 34) A number sorting machine when given an input of numbers, rearranges the numbers in a particular manner step by step as indicated below till all the numbers are arranged in a particular order. Given below is an illustration of this arrangement:

Input : 39 121 48 18 76 112 14 45 63 96

Step I : 14 39 121 48 18 76 112 45 63 96

Step II: 14 39 48 14 76 112 45 63 96 121

Step III: 14 18 39 48 76 112 45 63 96 121

Step IV: 14 18 39 48 76 45 63 96 112 121

Step V: 14 18 39 45 48 76 63 96 112 121

Step VI: 14 18 39 45 48 63 76 96 112 121

(This is the final arrangement and Step VI is the last step for this input)

 

(28)  If following is the fifth step of an input, what will be the third step ?

Step V : 17 32 43 82 69 93 49 56 99 106

A) 17 32 43 82 69 93 49 56 99 106

B) 17 32 82 69 43 93 49 56 99 106

C) 17 32 82 69 93 43 49 56 99 106

D) 17 32 82 69 43 93 56 49 99 106

E) Can’t be determined

 

(29) How many steps will be required for getting the final output for the following input ?

Input: 101 85 66 49 73 39 142 25 115 74

A) 5

B) 6

C)7

D) 8

E) None of these

 

(30) Which of the following will be the third step for the following input ?

Input : 45 78 97 132 28 16 146 54 99 112

A) 16 28 45 78 97 146 54 99 112 132

B) 16 28 45 97 78 54 99 112 132 146

C) 16 28 45 78 97 132 54 99 112 146

D) 16 28 45 97 78 132 99 54 112 146

E) None of these

 

(31) If the second step for an input is as given below, what will be the fifth step for the same input?

Step II: 22 49 32 88 69 132 101 185

A) 22 32 49 88 69 101 132 185

B) 22 32 69 49 88 101 132 185

C) 22 32 49 69 101 88 132 185

D) 22 32 49 88 69 132 101 185

E) None of these

 

(32) What will be the Step II for the following input?

Input: 47 62 17 92 86 42 24 79

A) 17 24 47 62 86 42 79 92

B) 17 47 62 86 42 24 79 92

C) 17 24 47 62 92 86 42 79

D) 17 47 62 86 24 42 79 92

E) None of these

 

(33) What will be the last step for the following input?

Input : 138 63 49 93 89 122 32 71

A) 32 49 71 63 89 93 122 138

B) 32 49 63 71 93 89 122 138

C) 32 49 63 71 89 93 122 138

D) Can’t be determined

E) None of these

 

(34)  What will be the step III for the following input?

Input : 68 182 39 93 129 46 21 58

A) 21 39 68 93 129 46 58 182

B) 21 39 68 129 93 46 58 182

C) 32 68 39 93 129 46 58 182

D) Can’t be determined

E) None of these

 

(35 to 39) Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given below. In a toy exhibition, a machine

processes a given input by the following rule. Participants are shown one by one till it reaches

its last step. Following is an illustration of the working of this machine.

Input : sui me ato fe zen u no

Step I : fe sui me no ato zen u

Step II : no fe sui u me ato zen

Step III: u no fe zen sui me ato

Step IV: zen u no ato fe sui me

Step V : ato zen u me no fe sui

 

35. Which of the following steps would read as ‘not you only say wise yet are’ for the input ‘say not you are only wise yet’?

A) III

B) V

C) VI

D) VII

E) None of these

 

(36)  If the Step V of an input is ‘so cd rom lay is nor it’, which of the following would be its Step II ?

A) is nor it rom lay so cd

B) nor it lay is so cd rom

C) lay so cd it rom is nor

D) Data inadequate

E) None of these

 

(37) If the Step III of an input is ‘lo men chi from yet as know’, which of the following would be its input?

A) Data inadequate

B) from lo men know chi yet as

C) men chi yet lo as know from

D) chi as know men know from lo

E) None of these

 

(38)  Which of the following correctly describes the ‘machine logic’ in generating various steps based on the given input?

A) Each step is generated on random basis.

B) Words/letters are finally arranged in dictionary order,

C) The seventh letter interchanges with the fourth every time.

D) Data inadequate

E) None of these

 

(39) What will be the step IV for the following input?

Input: may sen to cry if not hell

A) cry may sen to if not hell

B) if not hell to cry may sen

C) sen to if may not hell cry

D) not hell cry if may sen to

E) None of these

 

(40 to 44 )A word-number arrangement machine, when given an input as a set of words and numbers, rearranges them following a particular rule and generates step wise outputs till the rearrangement is complete following that rule. Followings is an illustration of input and steps of rearrangement till the last step.

Input : pour ask 57 dear 39 fight 17 28

Step I : ask pour 57 dear 39 fight 17 28

Step II : ask 57 pour dear 39 fight 17 28

Step III: ask 57 dear pour 39 fight 17 28

Step IV: ask 57 dear 39 pour fight 17 28

Step V : ask 57 dear 39 fight pour 17 28

Step VI: ask 57 dear 39 fight 28 pour 17

And Step VI: is the last output.

As per the rule followed in the above steps find out the answer to each of the following questions:

 

(40) If step II of an input is “cut 97 38 end for 29 46 down”, which of the following will be the last step?

A) V

B) IV

C) VI

D) VII

E) None of these

 

(41) If the I Vth step of an input is “ago 85 elite 79 exile fat 26 41”, which of the following will definitely be the II step of the input?

A) ago 85 79 elite fat 41 26 exile

B) ago 85 exile elite 41 26 fat 79

C) ago 85 26 exile 41 elite 79 fat

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(42) If the 1st step of an input is “car 17 vas tiger 92 87 like 52”, which of the following will be the IVth step?

A) car 92 like 87 tiger 52 17 vas

B) car 92 like 87 17 vas tiger 52

C) car 92 like 87 tiger 17 vas 52

D) car 92 like 17 vas tiger 87 52

E) None of these

 

(43)  Input : zeal for 49 31 high 22 track 12 Which of the following will be the IIIrd step?

A) for 49 high 31 track 22 zeal 12

B) for 49 high 31 zeal 22 track 12

C) for 49 high zeal 31 22 track 12

D) for 49 high 31 track zeal 22 12

E) None of these

 

(44) Input: 19 feat 34 28 dog bag take 43 Which of the following steps would be “bag 43 dog 19 feat 34 28 take”?

A) IInd

B) IVth

C) 1st

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(45 to 49) A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.

Input : sky forward 17 over 95 23 come 40

Step I : come sky forward 17 over 95 23 40

Step II : come 95 sky forward 17 over 23 40

Step III: come 95 forward sky 17 over 23 40

Step IV: come 95 forward 40 sky 17 over 23

Step V : come 95 forward 40 over sky 17 23

Step VI: come 95 forward 40 over 23 sky 17

Step VI is the last step of the rearrangement of the above input. As per the rules followed in the above steps,

answer the following questions.

 

(45) Input : machine hire for 19 against 85 21 46 Which of the following will be step II?

A) against 85 hire machine for 19 21 46

B) against 85 machine 19 hire for 21 46

C) against 85 machine hire for 19 2146

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(46)  Input: box at 20 53 62 gift now 32 Which of the following is step IV?

A) at 62 box 53 gift 32 20 now

B) at 62 box 53 gift 32 now 20

C) at 62 box 53 gift 20 now 32

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(47)  Input: on at 33 27 42 sky mat 51 Which of the following steps will be the last?

A) VI

B) VII

C) V

D) VIII

E) None of these

 

(48)  Step III of an input is: bring 63 desk 11 29 together fight 30 Which of the following steps will be the last but one?

A) VI

B) VII

C) VIII

D) V

E) None of these

 

(49)  Step II of an input is: earn 72 31 46 higher goal 20 more Which of the following is definitely the input?

A) 46 72 3l earn higher goal 20 more

B) 2031 72 46 higher goal earn more

C) higher 20 31 72 46 goal earn more

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(50 to 54) A word and number arrangement machine, when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of an input and rearrangement.

Input: 17 put show on 39 27 85 gold

Step I: show 17 put on 39 27 85 gold

Step II: show 85 17 put on 39 27 gold

Step III: show 85 put 17 on 39 27 gold

Step IV: show 85 put 39 17 on 27 gold

Step V: show 85 put 39 on 17 27 gold

Step VI: show 85 put 39 on 27 17 gold

Step VII: show 85 put 39 on 27 gold 17

And step VII is the last step of the rearrangement of the above input.

As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropirate step for the given input.

 

(50) Input: glass full 15 37 water now 85 67 Which of the following will be Step VI of the above input?

A) water 85 now 67 full glass 15 37

B) water 85 now 67 glass full 15 37

C) water 85 now 67 glass full 15 37

D) There will be no such step

E) None of these

 

(51)  Step II of an input is: ultra 73 12 16 mail sort 39 kite Which of the following steps will be the last but one?

A) VIII

B) IX

C) VII

D) VI

E) None of these

 

(52)  Step III of an input is: win 75 voice 15 39 store gap 26 Which of the following is definitely the input?

A) voice 15 win 75 39 store gap 26

B) voice win 75 15 39 store gap 26

C) 15 75 win voice store gap 26

D) Can’t be determined

E) None of these

 

(53) Step II of an input is: tube 83 49 34 garden flower rat 56 How many steps will be required to complete the rearrangement?

A) Four

B) Five

C) Six

D) Three

E) None of these

 

(54)  Input: hunt for 94 37 good 29 48 book How many steps will be required to complete the rearrangement?

A) Four

B) Five

C) Six

D) Seven

E) None of these

 

(55 to 59) A number arrangement machine when given an input of words/numbers, rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and steps of rearrangement.

Input: 6 cover 2 18 statement united 13 outer 21 19 punish allow

Step 1: allow 2 6 cover 18 statement united 13 outer 21 19 punish

Step 2: allow 2 6 cover 18 united 13 outer 19 punish statement 21

Step 3: allow 2 outer 13 6 cover 18 united 19 punish statement 21

Step 4: allow 2 outer 13 6 cover united 19 punish 18 statement 21

Step 5: allow 2 outer 13 united 19 6 cover punish 18 statement 21

Step 6: allow 2 outer 13 united 19 cover 6 punish 18 statement 21

This is the final arrangement and step 6 is the last step for this input.

Input: 3 dice queen 27 11 import energy 18 23 8 upper house

 

(55) How many elements are between ‘import’ and ’23’ in step 3?

A) None

B) One

C) Two

D) Three

E) More than three

 

(56) Which element is third to left of sixth element from the right end in step 4?

A) 18

B) 11

C) import

D) dice

E) house

 

(57)  Which step number is following step? Step: energy 3 import 11 upper 8 23 dice house 18 queen 27

A) 6

B) 5

C) 3

D) 4

E) There is no such step

 

(58)  In step 5, ‘3’ is related to ‘upper’ in the same way as in step 2, ‘import’ is related to ‘upper’. Now in step 4, ‘dice’ is related to what in the same way?

A) upper

B) 18

C) house

D) import

E) None of these

 

(59)  What is the multiplication of numbers, which are fourth from left end and third from the right end in step 6?

A) 198

B) 184

C) 297

D) 54

E) 36

 

(60 to 64) A number arrangement machine when given an input of numbers/words, rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and steps of rearrangement.
Input: 45 tide article 38 24 disclosure which 5 aerious 15
Step 1: which 45 tide article 38 24 disclosure 5 aerious 15
Step 2: which 7 45 tide article 38 24 disclosure aerious 15
Step 3: which 7 tide 45 article 38 24 disclosure aerious 15
Step 4: which 7 tide 13 45 article 38 24 disclosure aerious
Step 5: which 7 tide 13 article 45 38 24 disclosure aerious
Step 6: which 7 tide 13 article 26 45 38 disclosure aerious
Step 7: which 7 tide 13 article 26 disclosure 45 38 aerious
Step 8: which 7 tide 13 article 26 disclosure 36 45 aerious
Step 9: which 7 tide 13 article 26 disclosure 36 aerious 45
Step 10: which 7 tide 13 article 26 disclosure 36 aerious 47
This is the final arrangement and step 10 is the last step for this input.

Input: aerious 14 accused 43 9 fireboard 30 that 58 wide

 

60.Which word/number is third to right of fifth element from right end in step 6?

A) wide

B) 43

C) 32

D) fireboard

E) accused

 

(61) If ‘aerious’ is related to ‘11’ in step 8 and ‘43’ is related to ‘12’ in step 5, then in step 3 ‘accused’ is related to?
A) aid

B) 24

C) 48

D) strew

E) 14

 

(62)  How many numbers/words are between ‘wide’ and ‘32’ in step 7?

A) None

B) One

C) Two

D) Three

E) More than three

 

(63)  What is the difference in the numbers which are fourth from left end and third from right end in step 8?

A) 29

B) 28

C) 27

D) 36

E) 24

 

(64) Which numbers/words are at the starting and ending in step 9?

A) that, aerious

B) that, 58

C) 11, 60

D) that, 60

E) There is no such step

 

(65 TO 69) Input: only 93 one boy 42 is 59 taller 76 than 39 65

Step I: 65 only 93 one 42 is 59 taller 76 than 39 boy

Step II: 59 65 only 93 one 42 taller 76 than 39 boy is

Step III: 76 59 65 only 93 42 taller than 39 boy is one

Step IV: 42 76 59 65 93 taller than 39 boy is one only

Step V: 93 42 76 59 65 than 39 boy is one only taller

Step VI: 39 93 42 76 59 65 boy is one only taller than

Step VI is the last step of the above arrangement.

As per the rules followed in the steps given above, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Input for the questions: “are 26 32 they for 90 made 72 each 64 other 53”

 

(65) Which word/number would be at the fifth position from right end in step IV?

A) made

B) 72

C) are

D) other

E) 90

 

Input for the questions: “are 26 32 they for 90 made 72 each 64 other 53”

(66) Which of the following would be step III?

A)72 53 64 26 32 they 90 made other are each for

B) 72 53 26 64 32 they 90 made other are each for

C) 72 53 64 26 32 they 90 made are other each for

D) 32 72 53 64 26 they 90 other are each for made

E) None of these

 

Input for the questions: “are 26 32 they for 90 made 72 each 64 other 53”

(67) Which step number should be the following output?

“90 32 72 53 64 26 they are each for made other”

A)Step IV

B) Step V

C) Step VI

D) Step VII

E) There will be no such step

 

Input for the questions: “are 26 32 they for 90 made 72 each 64 other 53”

(68) Which word/number would be at the 7th position from left end in step III?

A) 32

B) they

C) 90

D) 26

E) other

 

Input for the questions: “are 26 32 they for 90 made 72 each 64 other 53”

(69) How many steps are required to get the final output?

A) 3

B) 4

C) 5

D) 6

E) 7

 

(70 TO 78)

Input: 14 36 methodology 21 of research 59 crucial 98 very 62 is

Step I. 98 14 36 methodology 21 of research 59 crucial very is 62
Step II. 98 very 14 36 methodology 21 of 59 crucial is research 62
Step III. 59 98 very 14 methodology 21 of crucial is research 62
Step IV. 59 98 very of 14 21 crucial is methodology research 62 36
Step V. 21 59 98 very of crucial is methodology research 62 36 14
Step VI. 21 59 98 very of is crucial methodology research 62 36 14
Step VI is the last step of the above arrangement as the intended arrangement is obtained. As per the rules followed in the given steps find out the appropriate steps for the given input.

Input: 65 work in 23 to be 13 89 managed 46 97 load 34 healthy 55 style

(71) Which element is exactly between 'style' and 'be' in second last step of the given arrangement?

A) work

B) healthy

C) 23

D) load

E) be

72. What is the position of '46' from the right end in the third step?
A) Sixth

B) Seventh

C) Fifth

D) Eighth

E) Ninth

73. Which of the following is the fifth step of the arrangement based on the given input?
A) 46 65 97 to managed in 23 be 13 load healthy style work 89 55 34
B) 46 work 65 style 97 in 23 be 13 load healthy 89
C) 46 65 97 work style in 23 be 13 load healthy managed to 89 55 34
D) 34 46 55 65 89 97 work style in 23 be 13 load healthy managed to
E) 89 55 34 work style in 23 be 13 load healthy managed to 46 65 97


74. In which step are the elements 'be 13 healthy in' found in the same order?
A) Third

B) Sixth

C) Fourth
D) The given order of elements is not found in any step.

E) Fifth

75. How many steps will be required to complete the given arrangement based on the given input?
A) Eight

B) Ten

C) Nine

D) Six

E) Seven

76. Which element is eighth to the left of the element which is twelfth from the left end of the third last step?
A) 97

B) 23

C) work

D) style

E) to

77. Which of the following is third from right end in 3rd step from last?
A) 89

B) to

C) 23

D) load

E) work

78. What is the position of 'work' from the left end in the fifth step?
A) 5th

B) 3rd

C) 4th

D) 2nd

E) 7th

A word arrangement machine, when given an input, line of words rearranges it following a particular rule. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement.

Input : pull the cover and then push into

Step I : pull the then and cover push into

Step II : then the pull into push cover and

Step III : into pull the then and cover push

Step IV : into pull and then the cover push

and so on.

 

(79) Input: Try your best until you get goal. Which of the following steps would be ‘get goal try until you your best’?

(A) Step II

(B) Step III

(C) Step V

(D) Step VI

(E) None of these

 

(80) If Step VI of an input is ‘deep gutter ball into the has fallen’ Which of the following would definitely be the input?

(A) has the ball fallen into deep gutter

(B) ball has fallen into the deep gutter

(C) deep gutter has fallen into the ball

(D) gutter has deep ball fallen into the

(E) None of these

 

(81) If Step IV of an input is we can't measure the depth without scale what would be step VII?

(A) scale we the measure can't depth without

(B) the we scale without depth can't measure

(C) without we scale the can't measure depth

(D) the we depth without scale can't measure

(E) None of these

 

(82) Input: standing hard always is impossible for all. Which of the following will be step VIII for this input?

(A) hard all standing is impossible foralways

(B) hard all impossible is standing foralways

(C) impossible all hard always for standing is

(D) impossible all for always hard standing is

(E) None of these

 

(83) If step I of an input is ‘play and jump until you tired fully’, what would be step VI of the input given above?

(A) jump fully tired you and play until

(B) tired fully jump until play and you

(C) tired fully play until jump and you

(D) play fully tired you and jump until

(E) None of these

 

(84 to 89) A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.(Single digit numbers are preceded by a zero. All other numbers are two digit numbers.)

Input: when 19 will you 07 be 40 coming 62 home 100 89

Step I: be when 19 will you 07 40 coming 62 home 100 89.

Step II: be 07 when 19 will you 40 coming 62 home 100 89.

Step III: be 07 coming when 19 will you 40 62 home 100 89.

Step IV: be 07 coming 19 when will you 40 62 home 100 89.

Step V: be 07 coming 19 home when will you 40 62 100 89.

Step VI: be 07 coming 19 home 40 when will you 62 100 89.

Step VII: be 07 coming 19 home 40 when 62 will you 100 89.

Step VIII: be 07 coming 19 home 40 when 62 will 89 you 100

Step VIII is the last Step of the arrangement of the above input as the intended arrangement is obtained.

As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate steps for the given input.

Input: next 57 problem 82 14 trend 02 purchase growth 41

 

(84) How many steps would be needed to complete the arrangement ?

(A) V

(B) VI

(C) VIII

(D) VII

(E) Cannot be determined

 

(85) Which of the following would be the final arrangement ?

(A) growth 02 next 14 problem 41 purchase 57 82 trend.

(B) growth next problem purchase trend 02 14 41 57 82.

(C) growth 02 next 14 problem 41 purchase 57 trend 82.

(D) growth 82 next 57 purchase 41 problem 14 next 02.

(E) None of these.

 

(86) Which of the following would be step I ?

(A) 41 purchase 02 trend 14 82 problem 57 next growth.

(B) growth 02 next 57 problem 82 14 trend purchase 41.

(C) 41 growth next 57 problem 82 14 trend 02 purchase

(D) growth next 57 problem 82 14 trend 02 purchase 41.

(E) growth next 57 purchase 82 14 trend 02 problem 41.

 

(87) Which word / number would be the sixth position from the left end in Step III ?

(A) purchase

(B) 14

(C) problem

(D) 41

(E) trend

 

(88-89): Input: just 14 and value 22 time 5 15

(88) Which word / number would be at position 5 from the right end in Step III ?

(A) and

(B) 15

(C) just

(D) 14

(E) time

 

(89) Which of the following would be step II of the arrangement ?

(A) and just value 14 22 time 5 15.

(B) and 5 just 14 value 22 time 15.

(C) and 5 just 14 time 15 22 value.

(D) and just value time 14 22 5 15.

(E) None of these

 

(91 to 94) A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement. (All the numbers are two digit numbers)

Input: sea 38 09 rich all 94 66 29 were internal home 28 46 brand

Step I: 09 sea 38 rich 94 66 29 were internal home 28 46 brand all

Step II: 28 09 sea 38 rich 94 66 29 were internal home 46 all brand

Step III: 29 28 09 sea 38 rich 94 66 were internal 46 all brand home

Step IV: 38 29 28 09 sea rich 94 66 were 46 all brand home internal

Step V: 46 38 29 28 09 sea 94 66 were all brand home internal rich

Step VI: 66 46 38 29 28 09 94 were all brand home internal rich sea

Step VII: 94 66 46 38 29 28 09 all brand home internal rich sea were

And Step VII is the last step of the above input, as the desired arrangement is obtained.

As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Input: 73 word show 19 42 never break heart for 59 21 value 68 99

(All the numbers are two-digit numbers.)

 

(90) Which step number is the following output?

42 21 19 73 word show never 59 value 99 68 for break heart.

(A) Step V

(B) Step VI

(C) Step IV

(D) Step III

(E) There is no such step.

 

(91) Which of the following represents the position of ‘word’ in the fourth step?

(A) Eighth from the left

(B) Fifth from the right

(C) Sixth from the left

(D) Fifth from the left

(E) Seventh from the left

 

(92) Which word/number would be at 5th position from the right in Step V?

(A) 19

(B) 99

(C) far

(D) break

(E) work

 

(93) How many elements (words or numbers) are there between ‘for’ and ‘42’ as they appear in the last step of the output?

(A) One

(B) Three

(C) Four

(D) Five

(E) Seven

 

(94)  How many steps would be required to get the final output?

(A) Five

(B) Six

(C) Four

(D) Seven

(E) None of these

 

(95 to 100) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of an input and its rearrangement.

Input: done with 41 17 one 13 front 24

Step I: with done 41 17 one 13 front 24

Step II:with 13 done 41 17 one front 24

Step III:with 13 one done 41 17 front 24

Step IV:with 13 one 41 done 17 front 24

Step V: with 13 one 41 front done 17 24

Step VI:with 13 one 41 front 24 done 17

And step VI is the last step of the above input. As per the rules followed in the above step, find out the appropriate step for the above input.

Input: daughter female 45 16 painter 23 elder grand 22 42

 

(95) The following output will be in which step?

Painter 22 grand 23 female daughter 45 16 elder 42

(A) III

(B) IV

(C) VI

(D) V

(E) None of the above

 

(96) How many steps will be required to complete the given rearrangement?

(A) Six

(B) Seven

(C) Eight

(D) Nine

(E) None of the above

 

(97) Which of the following represents the first two and the last two elements in the last step?

(A) Painter, 22 and elder, 42

(B) Painter, 22 and daughter, 45

(C) Grand, 23 and daughter, 45

(D) Female, 42 and elder, 16

(E) None of the above

 

(98) Which of the following elements is fifth from the left in step V?

(A) Female

(B) 23

(C) Daughter

(D) 42

(E) None of the above

 

(99) How many elements are there between 42 and 45 in step VII?

(A) One

(B) Two

(C) Three

(D) None

(E) None of the above

 

(100) Which of the following elements is Eight from the left in step VI?

(A) Female

(B) 45

(C) Grand

(D) 22

(E) None of the above

 

(101 to 105) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of an input and its rearrangement:

Input: then 23 each 31 second 25 left 36

Step I: left the 23 each 31 second 36 25

Step II: the left 23 each 31 second 25 36

Step III: each the left 31 second 25 36 23

Step IV: second each the left 25 36 23 31

And step IV is the last step of the above input. As per the rules followed in the above step, find out the appropriate step for the given output.

Input: be 11 all 25 main 47 81 equal 49 earn 16 ant

 

101. How many steps will be required to complete the arrangement of the above input?

(A) Five

(B) Six

(C) Seven

(D) Eight

(E) None of the above

 

(102) How many elements are there between ‘ant’ and ‘16’ in Step IV?

(A)One

(B) Two

(C) Three

(D) Four

(E) None of the above

 

(103) The following output will be in which step? Main earn be ant all 47 equal 16 25 49 81 11

(A) III

(B) IV

(C) V

(D) VI

(E) None of the above

 

(104) What is the position of ‘be’ in step IV?

(A) Third from the left

(B) Sixth from the right

(C) Second from the left

(D) Seventh form the left

(E) None of the above

 

(105) Which of the following words/numbers would be at the 7th position from right end in the second last step?

(A) Equal

(B) 47

(C) 16

(D) All

(E) None of these

 

(Q106 to Q108)A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.

Input: gone name 43 39 18 for again 66

Step 1 : 66 gone name 43 39 18 for again

Step 2 : 66 again gone name 43 39 18 for

Step 3 : 66 again 43 gone name 39 18 for

Step 4 : 66 again 43 for gone name 39 18

Step 5 : 66 again 43 for 39 gone name 18

Step 6 : 66 again 43 for 39 gone name 18

Step 7 : 66 again 43 for 39 gone 18 name

As per the rule followed in the above steps find out in each of following questions the appropriate steps for the input given below :

Input: their 19 27 dent are 91 hour zero 31 16 chairs.

 

106) Which of the following will be step 4 ?

A) 91 are 31 their 19 27 dent hour zero 16 chairs

B.) 91 their 19 27 dent are hour zero 31 16 chairs

C.) 91 are 31 chairs their 19 27 dent hour zero 16

D.) 91 are 31 chairs 27 dent 19 their hour zero 16

 

107. Which of the following would be final arrangement ?

A) 91 are their 27 19 dent hour zero 31 16 chairs

B) 91 are 31 chairs 27 dent 19 hour 16 their zero

C) 91 are 31 chairs 27 19 dent hour 16 their zero

D) 91 are 31 chairs 27 dent 19 zero hour 16 their

 

108. Which of the following would be the Step 1 ?

A) 91 their 19 are 27 dent hour zero 31 16 chairs

B) 91 are 31 chairs 27 dent 19 hour 16 their zero

C) 91 are 31 chairs 27 19 dent hour 16 their zero

D) 91 chairs are 31 27 dent 19 zero hour 16 their

E) None of these

 

Seating Arrangement

Seating Arrangement

2404  

(1 to 5) P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting round the circle and are facing the center: P is second to the right of T who is the neighbor of R and V. S is not the neighbor of P. V is the neighbor of U. Q is not between S and W. W is not between U and S.

 

(1) Which two of the following are not neighbors ?

(A)RV                              

(B)UV                        

(C)RP                         

(D)QW           

(E) None of these

 

(2) Which one is immediate right to the V ?

(A)P                                 

(B)U                           

(C)R                           

(D)T               

(E) None of these

 

(3) Which of the following is correct ?

(A)P is to the immediate right of Q    

(B)R is between U and V                   

(C)Q is to the immediate left of W

(D)U is between W and S                   

(E) None of these

 

(4) What is the position of S ?

(A)Between U and V                  

(B)Second to the right of P               

(C)To the immediate right of W

(D)Data inadequate.                    

(E) None of these

 

(4 to 9) In an Exhibition seven cars of different companies - Cadillac, Ambassador, Fiat, Maruti, Mercedes, Bedford and Fargo are standing facing to east in the following order :

Cadillac is next to right of Fargo , Fargo is fourth to the right of Fiat. Maruti car is between Ambassador and Bedford. Fiat which is third to the left of Ambassador, is at one end.

 

(5) Which of the cars are on both the sides of cadillac car ?

(A)Ambassador and Maruti         

(B)Maruti and Fiat     

(C)Fargo and Mercedes         

(D)Ambassador and Fargo          

(E) None of these

 

(6) Which of the following statement is correct ?

(A)Maruti is next left of Ambassador.    

(B)Bedford is next left of Fiat.         

(C)Bedford is at one end.

(D)Fiat is next second to the right of Maruti.      

(E) None of these

 

(7) Which one of the following statements is correct ?

(A)Fargo car is in between Ambassador and Fiat.                      

(B)Cadillac is next left to Mercedes car.

(C)Fargo is next right of Cadillac.                                               

(D)Maruti is fourth right of Mercedes.

(E) None of these

 

(8) Which of the following groups of cars is to the right of Ambassador ?

(A)Cadillac, Fargo and Maruti   

(B)Mercedes, Cadillac and Fargo      

(C)Maruti, Bedford and Fiat

(D)Bedford, Cadillac and Fargo

(E) None of these

 

(9) Which one of the following is the correct position of Mercedes ?

(A)Next to the left of Cadillac   

(B)Next to the left of Bedford                      

(C)Between Bedford and Fargo

(D)Fourth to the right of Maruti.           

(E) None of these

 

(10 to 14) Bunty, Dev, Manav, Kavya, Payal, Qasturba, Wasir and Himmat are sitting around a circle facing at the centre. Manav is to the immediate right of Bunty who is  4th to the right of Kavya. Payal is 2nd to the left  of Bunty and is  4th to the right of Wasir. Qasturba is 2nd to the right of Dev who is 2nd to the right of Himmat.

 

(10) Who is 3rd to the right of Bunty?

(A) Wasir            

(B) Manav                  

(C) Kavya                  

(D) Himmat                

(E)None of these

 

(11) Which of the following represents the immediate neighbours of D?

(A) Payal and Qasturba             

(B) Kavya and Himmat         

(C) Payal and Himmat

(D) Kavya and Qasturba            

(E) Payal and Kavya

 

(12) Who is 3rd to the right of Wasir?

(A)Payal             

(B)Dev                       

(C)Kavya       

(D)Qasturba               

(E)Data inadequate

 

(13) Who is 2nd to the left of Payal?

(A)Dev               

(B)Himmat     

(C)Kavya       

(D)Data inadequate   

(E)None of these

  

(14) Who is to the immediate left of Bunty?

(A) Qasturba       

(B) Payal        

(C) Wasir       

(D) Data inadequate   

(E) None of these

 

(15 to 20) Amrit, Bector, Chinky, Deepinder, Eeshwar, Fancy, Gurkamal and Hero are sitting around a circle facing the centre. Fancy is third to the right of Chinky and second to the left of Hero. Deepinder is not an immediate neighbor of Chinky or Hero. Eeshwar is to the immediate right of Amrit, who is second to the right of Gurkamal.

 

(15) Who is second to the left of Chinky?

(A) Amrit          

(B) Bector                  

(C) Eeshwar               

(D) Deepinder            

(E) None of these

 

(16) Who is to the immediate right of Chinky?

(A) Amrit         

(B) Bector                      

(C) Deepinder                       

(D) Bector or Deepinder        

(E) None of these

 

(17) Which of the following pairs of persons has first person sitting to the right of the second person?

(A) Chinky and Bector                

(B) Amrit and  Eeshwar      

(C) Fancy and Gurkamal

(D) Hero and Amrit                     

(E) Deepinder and Bector

 

(18) Who sits between Gurkamal and Deepinder?

(A) Hero            

(B) Deepinder                        

(C) Fancy       

(D) Eeshwar               

(E) None of these

 

(19) Which of the following is the correct position of Bector with respect to Hero?

 I. Second to the right    II. Fourth to the right              III. Fourth to the left  IV. Second to the left

(A) Only I                     

(B) Only II                 

(C) Only III               

(D) Both II and III                    

(E) None of these

 

(20 to 25) M, N, O, P, Q, R, T and W are sitting around a circle facing the center. Q is third to the right of W and second to the left of M. P is third to the left of O who is third to the left of T and to the immediate left of W. N is not an immediate neighbor of M.

 

(20) Who is to the immediate left of R ?

(A) P              

(B) T               

(C) M             

(D) Data inadequate              

(E) None of these

 

(21) Who is the immediate left of T ?

(A) W             

(B) N             

(C) Q              

(D) Data inadequate             

(E) None of these

 

(22) Who is sitting in between R and W ?

(A) N              

(B) O and N   

(C) O              

(D) Data inadequate             

(E) None of these

 

(23) Who is to the immediate left of Q ?

(A) N              

(B) T               

(C) P               

(D) Data inadequate             

(E) None of these

 

(24) Who is fourth to the right of P ?

(A) N              

(B) W            

(C) R              

(D) Data inadequate              

(E) None of these

 

(25) Who is second to the right of M ?

(A) R              

(B) W             

(C) Q              

(D) O                                      

(E) None of these

 

(26 to 30) Eight friends J, K, L, M, N, P, R and S like different movies – Batman, Deadpool, Avengers, Terminator, Specter, Titanic, X-men and Revenant. All of them are seated around a square table (two on each side) facing the centre. L sits third to the right of K. K likes Avengers. R is sitting second to the left of P. P is not an immediate neighbour of L or K. The one who likes Batman is an immediate neighbour of P. Three people sit between K and the person who likes Titanic. K, L and also their immediate neighbor do not like Terminator. Only one person sits between the person who likes Terminator and M. The persons who like Specter and Revenant are immediate neighbour of each other. L likes neither Revenant nor Specter. Only one person sits between J and the person who likes Deadpool. J does not like Terminator or Specter. N does not like Terminator.

 

(26) Which of the following is true regarding R?

 

(A) R likes Deadpool

(B) S and M are immediate neighbours of R

(C) One person sits between R and the person who likes Revenant

(D) R sits second to the right of J

(E) None of these

 

(27) Who amongst the following likes movie Specter ?

(A) L                 

(B) R              

(C) M             

(D) N              

(E) Cannot be determined

 

(28) How many person sit between S and the person who likes Revenant, when counted from the left hand side of the person who likes Revenant?

(A) None           

(B) Four        

(C) Two          

(D) Three        

(E) None of these

 

(29) Which of the following is true?

(A) Only one person is sitting between the person who likes Revenant and X-men.

(B) S likes Terminator.

(C) The person who likes Specter is an immediate neighbour of K.

(D) One person sits between K and the person who likes Terminator .

(E) None is true

 

(30) Who amongst the following represent immediate neighbour of M?

(1) J, N              

(2) P and the person who likes Terminator  

(3) K and the person who likes X-men

(4) P, R              

(5) J, S

 

(31 to 35 ) Six couples have been invited to a dinner party. They are Nitika, Geetika, Lajwanti, Rekha, Savitri, Chameli and Faizal, Harbhajan, Akshay, Tirlochan, Ranveer, Aamir. They are seated on a circular table facing each other. Geetika refuses to sit next to Aamir. Lajwanti wants to be between Akshay and Harbhajan. Chameli refuses to sit next to Faizal. Nitika is seated on Aamir's right hand side. Faizal and Tirlochan are seated exactly opposite to each other. Ranveer and Savitri are seated to the left of Chameli. Akshay and Rekha want to enjoy the company of Lajwanti and Tirlochan respectively and are seated closest to them.The seating arrangement is such that minimum one woman is always between two men.

 

(31) Which of the following statements is correct:

 A) Lajwanti is on Tirlochan's right                  

 B) Aamir is on Chameli's right

 C) Geetika is on Hari's right                            

 D) Geetika is on Faizal's left              

 E) None of these

 

(32) If looked in an anti-clockwise manner, who are seated between Tirlochan and Faizal:

A) Savitri, Ranveer, Chameli, Aamir and Nitika

B) Savitri, Ranveer, Rekha, Akshay and Lajwanti

C) Savitri, Ranveer, Geetika, Harbhajan and Lajwanti

D) Savitir, Ranveer, Lajwanti, Akshay and Harbhajan

E) None of these

 

(33) Which of the following close neighboring arrangements is correct:

A) Aamir, Chameli and Ranveer          

B) Tirlochan, Ranveer and Aamir

C) Nitika, Faizal and Lajwanti            

D) Harbhajan, Geetika and Akshay               

E) None of these

 

(34) Who sits between Geetika and Lajwanti:

A) Faizal           

B) Akshay      

C) Tirlochan              

D) Ranveer                

E) None of these

 

(35) Who sits to the second left of Nitika:

A) Savitri         

B) Ranveer        

C) Chameli                  

D) Tirlochan               

E) None of these

 

 (36 to 40) Twelve friends are sitting in two squares. One square is inside another. Paras, Qurbaan, Rajat, Singh, Tom and Vinod are in the outer  square facing inward. Amar, Birbal, Chinku, Deep, Eshika and Farukh are sitting in the inner square facing outward. They all are sitting in such  a way that in each square four persons are sitting in the middle of the sides and two persons are sitting on diagonally opposite corners. Each  friend in the inner square is facing another friend of the outer square. There are exactly two persons sitting between Paras and Tom. Eshika sits  second to the left of Amar. Rajat is on the immediate left of the one who is facing Amar. Neither Eshika nor Amar faces either Tom or Paras.  Singh is facing Farukh and Qurbaan is not opposite Rajat in the outer square. Tom is not sitting adjacent to Singh. Birbal is not facing Paras.  Between Birbal and Deep there are as many persons as between Rajat and Vinod.

 

(36) Who is sitting opposite Birbal?

A) Vinod           

B) Qurbaan               

C) Tom           

D) Data inadequate    

E) None of these

 

(37) Vinod is facing which of the following persons?

A) Eshika          

B) Deep                      

C) Amar         

D) Data inadequate   

E) None of these

 

(38) Who is sitting on the immediate left of Rajat?

A) Amar            

B) Singh                     

C) Paras         

D) Data inadequate    

E) None of these

 

(39) Four of the five are alike in a certain manner. Select the one which is not similar to the other four.

A) Rajat and Eshika                 

B) Amar and Singh                            

C) Deep and Tom      

D) Farukh and Qurbaan            

E) Chinku and Eshika

 

 

(40) Who is sitting second to the left of Deep?

A) Amar            

B) Eshika       

C) Farukh       

D) Data inadequate   

E) None of these

 

(40 to 45) A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I are sitting around a circula table. Two of them are not facing the centre. F is fourth to the left of A, who is third to the right of B. I is fourth to the left of B. D is third to the left of I. C is third to the right of H. E is second to the right of G, who is not the neighbour of I. A is not facing the centre.

 

(41) Who is third to the right of E?

A)A                   

B)D               

C)B                

D)G                            

E) None of these

 

 

(42) Who among the following is fourth to the right of G?

A) C                   

B) I                 

C)A                

D) D                           

E) None of these

 

(43) Who among the following is on the immediate right of I?

A)F                    

B)E                 

C)C                

D)H                            

E) None

 

44. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

A)D,C                

B) B, C              

C)H, D           

D)A, G                       

E)E,I

 

(45)  What is the position of D with respect to G?

A) Fourth to the right     

B) Third to the left     

C) Third to the right   

D) Can't be determined

E) None of these

 

(46 to 50) Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a straight line facing North, but not necessarily in the same order. B sits second to the left of A. Three persons are sitting between G and B. G sits on the extreme left end of the row. D is an immediate neighbour of G. F and B are not neighbours. C sits second to the right of D but is not the immediate neighbour of E. There are three persons beween C and F.

 

(46)  Who among the following sits beween C and D?

A) F                    

B) E               

C) B              

D) H              

E) None of these

 

(47) Who among the following sits third to the left of F?

A) B                    

B) A              

C) C              

D) E               

E) None of these

 

(48) Who among the following sit on the extreme ends of the row?

A) D,A               

B) G, E           

C) G,F            

D) H, F           

E) None

 

(49) Who among the following sits second to the left of H?

A) F                    

B) G              

C) B              

D) A              

E) None of these

 

(50) Who among the following sits third to the left of E?

  A) H                     

  B) A              

  C) C              

  D) E               

  E) None of these

 

(51 to 56) A group of seven members are sitting in a row facing south. There are three females in the group. Only males sit at the extreme ends of the row. Females sit adjacent to each other. They(persons) live in three different cities of the country at least two in each city. There are three persons between P and S. K is the immediate left of U and is on the immediate right of S. P is the immediate neighbour of R and N. There is only one person between P and U. S lives in Kanpur with only one person who is not a female. There are two persons between N and S. R lives in Delhi only with the person who is at extreme end. W is at the right end of the row. No female is neighbour of R and W. The one who is in the middle of the row has neighbours who live in Mumbai.

 

(51)  Which of the following sit at the extreme ends of the row?

A) R, S                  

B) W, P                     

C) R, W                      

D) S, R                       

E) P, R

 

(52)  How many persons are there between R and N?

A) One                  

B) Two                       

C) None                     

D) Four                     

E) Three

 

(53)  Which of the following is the group of females?

A) K, N, P             

B) K, N, U                 

C) U, K, W               

D) K, W, N                

E) R, U, N

 

(54)  Four of the following five are alike in a same way, find out the odd one?

A) R, P                  

B) N, U                      

C) K, N                      

D) S, R                       

E) W, U

 

(55)  Who among the following sits third to the right of one who lives in Kanpur?

A) P                       

B) R                           

C) N                           

D) K                           

E) W

 

(56) Which of the following does match correctly?

A) P–Male–Mumbai         

B) U–Female–Mumbai         

C) K–Male–Delhi       

4) W–Female–Mumbai

E) Both 3 and D

 

(57 to 60) Seven family members, viz – A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting around a circular table facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. Among them four are males and three are females. Grandfather is the immediate neighbor of his son and his grandson E, who is sitting on the immediate left of his wife. The wife of A is third to the left of her father–in–law. C is the father–in–law of F. D is brother of A. B is the daughter of A is sitting fourth to the right of A. A is son of C. B is not a neighbor of any male.

 

(57)  Which of the following group represent females according to the given arrangement ?

A) A, D, F            

B) G, B, F                 

C) G, B, E                  

D) C, E, F         

E) Can't be determined

 

(58)  Who is the grand father of E ?

A) A                     

B) B               

C) C               

D) Can't be determined        

E) None of these

 

(59) Which of the following sits second to the right of D ?

A) C                     

B) B

C) F

4) E

5) A

 

(60) Which of the following statements (s) is/are true with respect to 'G' ?

A) G sits to the left of E and is a male.               

B) G is wife of E.                  

C) G is daughter of A.

D) G is brother of A and B.                                 

E) G is sister of D.

 

(61to 65) Eight persons, viz S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Each of them has a different hobby, viz Singing,       Acting, Dancing, Cycling, Swimming, Tracking, Painting and Reading, not necessarily in the same order. S, who likes reading, sits third to the left of W.       The one who likes painting sits on the immediate right of S. V, who likes acting, sits second to the right of T. T is not on immediate neighbour of W. U,         who likes dancing, sits exactly in the middle of the persons whom hobbies are swimming and painting. Y who likes singing, sits second to the left of Z,         who likes tracking.

(61) Which of the following pair represent the immediate neighbours of the person whose hobby is acting ?

 A) T W               

B) U Y           

C) S Z            

D) T Z            

E) W Y

 

(62)  How many people sit between S and the person whose hobby is cycling when counted clockwise ?

A) None              

B) One          

C) Two           

D) Three         

E) Four

 

(63) What is the position of T with respect to the position of the person whose hobby is swimming ?

A) Third to the left                      

B) Fourth to the right             

C) Fifth to the left

D) Second to the right                 

E) Second to the left

 

(64) Who exactly sits between Y and Z ?

A) S                      

B) T                

C) U              

D) V              

E) W

 

(65) Who sits on the immediate left of the X ?

A) T                       

B) U               

C) V               

D) S                

E) None of these

 

(66 to 70) Eight persons, A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H, are sitting around a rectangular table in such a way that two persons sit on each of the four sides of the  table facing the center. Persons sitting on opposite sides are exactly opposite to each other. D faces North and sits exactly opposite H. E is on the  immediate left of H. A and G sit on the same side. G is exactly opposite B, who is on the immediate right of C. A is next to the left of D.

 

(66) Who is sitting opposite A?

A) G                           

B) D              

C) E                

D) A               

E) None of these

 

(67) Who is next to E in clockwise direction?

A) G                           

B) B              

C) F                

D) A or F       

E) None of these

 

(68) Which of the following pairs of persons has both the persons sitting on the same side with first person sitting to the right of second person?

A) DF                         

B) CB             

C) FC             

D) AG            

E) None of these

 

(69) Who is sitting opposite E?

A) D                           

B) A               

C) F                

D) A or D       

E) None of these

 

(70) Which of the following statements is definitely true?

A) A is facing North.             

B) E is sitting opposite F.                 

C) F is to the left of G.

D) C is to the left of A.           

E) None of these

 

(71 to 75 ) In an international meet, representatives A, B, C, D, E, F G and H from eight different countries, viz Thailand, France, Holland, Austria, US, Spain, India and Germany (not necessarily in the same order), sit around a circular table facing the centre. A, who represents Germany, sits third to the left of E. The one who is from India sits on the immediate right of A. D, who is from Holland, sits second to the right of B. B is not an immediate neighbour of E. C, who is from Spain, sits exactly in the middle of people representing US and India. G, the representative from France, sits second to the left of H, who is from Thailand.

 

(71)  How many people sit between A and the representative from Austria when counted in clockwise directions?

A) None                      

B) One                       

C) Two                      

D) Three                    

E) Four

 

(72)  Which of the following is TRUE regarding representative F?

A) F is the representative of Austria.

B) F sits second to the left of the representative from Thailand.

C) The representative from Germany is not an immediate neighbour of F.

D) E sits third to the right of F.

E) None of these

 

(73)  In which of the following pairs is the representative from the first country sitting on the immediate left of the representative from the second country?

A) India-Thailand       

B) Austria-US            

C) Thailand-Holland  

D) Spain-Germany    

 E) US-Spain

 

(74) What is the position of B with respect to the position of the representative from the US?

A) Third to the left      

B) Fourth to the right

C) Fourth to the left    

D) Second to the right

E) Second to the left

 

(75) Which of the following pairs represents the immediate neighbours of the representative from Holland?

A) CG                        

B) BE                        

C) AH                                   

D) HB                                   

E) GE

 

 

(76 to 80) A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are the eight members in a family, they all are sitting around a rectangular table for dinner. There is only one members sitting in each shorter side of the rectangle. B and C are in opposite side and facing diagonally each other. H is not infront of E, who is on the immediate left of G. H, who is facing F is sit second to the right of A. F is not in the shorter side of the table and cannot be an immediate neighbour of C.

 

(76)  Who is on the immediate right of G?

A) F                            

B) B                          

C) H                           

D) C                          

E) A

 

(77)  Who among the following is sitting between B and D?

A) G                           

B) F                           

C) A                          

D) C                          

E) H

 

(78) What position of D with respect to H?

A) Immediate left       

B) Second to the left  

C) Third to the left     

D) Immediate right     

E) Second to the right

 

(79)  Which among the following pair represents the immediate neighbour of A?

A) C, H                       

B) C, D                       

C) F, D                        

D) E, H                      

E) B, F

 

(80)  Who among the following is exactly between C and E?

A) H                           

B) F                            

C) A                          

D) G                           

E) B

 

(81 to 85 ) A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H eight people read in class 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th. All they sit around a circular table faces towards centre. C sits third to the right of H. H, reads in class 8th. F is left to the second of E. E is not neighbour of C and H. Who reads in class 1st is neighbour of E. Three people sit between H and who reads in class 7th. Nor H, nor C and nor their neighbour read in class 2nd. Between class of 2nd and G one person is sitting. Class 3rd and 4th person are neighbours. C is not in class 4th and 3rd. Between A and Class 5th is one person. A does not read in class 3rd and 2nd. Also B is not in class 2nd.

 

(81) Who reads in class 6th?

A) G                           

B) D                           

C) C                           

D) B                            

E) E

 

(82)  Who is the neighbour of C and read in class 3rd?

A) A                           

B) F                           

C) G                            

D) D                           

E) B

 

(83) Who is 2nd to the right of one who reads in class 5th?

A) D                           

B) A                           

C) G                            

D) B                            

E)None of these

 

(84) How many persons between the one who reads in class 6th and the one who reads in class 3rd?

A) Two                       

B) Three                    

C) Four                      

D) Five                      

E) One

 

(85)  Who is 3rd to the right of F ?

A) D                           

B) A                            

C) G                            

D) B                            

E)None of these

 

(86 to 90) Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel lines in such a way that there are six persons in each row at equidistance. A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in row-1 and they face towards east. P, Q, R, S, T and V are sitting in row-2 and they face towards west. One person of one row faces the other person of the other row.  P, who is sitting at one of the ends of the row, is second to the right of T. A does not face P or T. A is third to the left of F. There are two persons between Q and V. There is only one person between C and D. C and D do not face P. B is neighbour of C. S, who does not face D, is not the neighbour of Q.

 

(86)  Who among the following faces F ?

A) Q                           

B) T                           

C) S                           

D) R                           

E) V

 

(87)  How many persons are sitting between E and C ?

A) One                        

B) Two                      

C) Three                    

D) Four

E) None

 

(88) E is related to R in the same way as B is related to S. On this pattern F is related to

A) V                           

B) P                            

C) T                            

D) Q                            

E) None of these

 

(89)  Which of the following statements is true about B?

A) Q is the neighbour of that person who faces B                  

B) C is not the immediate neighbour of B

C) E is second to the right of B                                               

D) T faces B

E) B is second from the left end of the row

 

(90)  Who are sitting at the ends of the row?

A) P, V                       

B) F, A                       

C) D, E                       

D) P, S                        

E) None

 

(91 to 95) A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight family members sitting around a circular table in a restaurant. All of them are facing the center. Three of the family members are non- vegetarian and others are vegetarian. All the eight family members are government servants. They are Doctor, Engineer, IAS, IPS, Colonel, Scientist, Professor and Teacher, but not necessarily in the same order. There are two married couples, three brothers, two daughters, one granddaughter and one grandson in the group. Two of the female members in the group A and H order for the same food. The food ordered in the restaurant are Mixed Veg, Kufta, Matar-Paneer, Mutton Korma, Veg Biryani, Egg Biryani and Dal Makhani. G, a Doctor, is the head of the family, and is immediate neighbor of H and D. The granddaughter F is sitting third to the left of G. The grandmother of F is sitting on the immediate left of her. F is vegetarian. E is sitting second to the right of his father G. He is a Colonel, and orders for Dal Makhani. Only G’s daughter is sitting exactly between A and E and She orders for Veg Biryani and she is a Scientist. H is an IAS officer and B is an IPS. The son of H is sitting on the immediate left of his father. His father is an Engineer. C is a Scientist and is sitting on the immediate left of her mother. She orders for Veg Biryani. D, the husband of the IAS, ordered for Egg Biryani and his mother orders for Mutton Korma. The one who is an IPS sits second to the right of A, who is an immediate neighbor of the Scientist and the Professor. The Professor does not like Mixed Veg and the Doctor does not like Matar Paneer or Kufta.

 

(91)  Mutton korma is ordered by whom among the following?

A) Teacher

B) H

C) Professor

D) Both a & b

E) Either A or C

 

(92) Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

A) A

B) C

C) E

D) F

E) H

 

(93)  How many persons are between Colonel and his nephew when seeing from clockwise?

A) 3

B) 2

C) 4

D) 1

E) None

 

(94)  If G is related to C and E is related to F, in the same way B is related to which of the following?

A) H

B) D

C) A

D) C

E) None of these

 

(95) Which of the following statements is definitely true?

A) C’s mother is sitting to her immediate left

B) F is the nephew of Scientist

C) The engineer has two brothers.

D) Professor is sitting opposite to the Engineer

E) None of these

 

(96 to 100) Each person among the ten people – Shantanu, Jai, Raghav, Dhiraj, Anurup, Farukh, Ankit, Neeraj, Mrudula and Nutan – are staying in a colony in different houses arranged in two rows which face each other. Each of the house is coloured with different colors among Maroon, Violet, Pink, Blue, Yellow, Black, Orange, Green, White and Indigo. Each one of the houses which are in a row is exactly opposite to one house in the other row.

Jai and Dhiraj live in the same row as that of Ankit and Mrudula. Neeraj’s house is opposite to Mrudula’s house but not in the same row as that of Shantanu. Green coloured building is opposite to the White coloured building. Farukh is the only person residing in between Anurup and Nutan. Jai is residing in the Green coloured house which is at one of the ends and has Mrudula’s house to its immediate right. Yellow coloured building is in between Shantanu and Ankit’s buildings. Raghav’s house is diagonally opposite to Shantanu’s house, which is the Pink coloured building. Nutan, who is staying in the Black coloured buildings, is in between Maroon and Violet coloured buildings. Orange and Indigo coloured buildings are adjacent to each other and the Orange coloured building is not opposite to the Black coloured building.

 

(96) What is the colour of Shantanu’s house?

A) Violet                     

B) Black                    

C) Pink                      

D) Green                    

E) Yellow

 

(97)Which of the following is incorrect?

A) Raghav                  

B) Anurup                 

C) Nutan                    

D) Jai                          

E) Shantanu

 

(98) How many persons sits between Nutan and Farukh?

A) One                                   

B) Two                      

C) Three                    

D) None                    

E) Five

 

(99) Which of the following is correctly matched?

A) Ankit-Violet         

B) Jai-green               

C) Nutan-Yellow       

D) Dhiraj-Pink

E) All Correct

 

(100) In which of the following groups is the first person seated exactly in between the second and the third person?

A) Raghav, Neeraj, Farukh

B) Jai, Ankit, Shantanu

C) Anurup, Nutan, Raghav

D) Dhiraj, Shantanu, Ankit

E) None of these

 

 

Puzzle

Puzzle

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Directions (1-5): These questions are based on the following letters/numbers/symbols arrangement. Study it carefully and answer the questions:

Three ladies and four men are a group of friends, R, M, T, S, L, W and Z. Each one has a different profession, ie Lawyer, Travel Agent, Air-hostess, Doctor, Professor, Consultant and Jeweller and each one owns a different car, ie Alto, Corolla, Santro, Lancer, Ikon, Scorpio and Esteem, not necessarily in that order.

None of the ladies is a Consultant or a Lawyer. T is an Air-hostess and she owns an Ikon car. R owns a Scorpio.

M is not a Doctor. L is a Jeweller and he owns Corolla. W is a Lawyer and does not own Alto. Z is a Consultant and owns Santro.

The Doctor owns Esteem car whereas the Professor owns Scorpio. The Travel Agent owns an Alto. None of the ladies own a Scorpio.

 

(1) What car does S own?

(A) Alto

(B) Santro

(C) Lancer

(D) Esteem

(E) None of these

 

(2) Who owns the car Lancer?

(A)Z

(B)M

(C)W

(D) Data Inadequate

(E) None of these

 

(3) What is the profession of R?

A) Professor

B) Travel Agent

C) Doctor

D) Data inadequate

E) None of these

 

(4) Who is the Doctor?

A) R

B) S

C) L

D) Data inadequate

E) None of these

 

(5) Who are the three ladies in the group?

A) T, R, L

B) T, M, S

C) W, T, M

D) Data inadequate

E) None of these

 

(6 to 10) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven people N, K, T, B, M, W and R have their weekly offs on different days of the week, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, not necessarily in that order. Each of them has a liking for different cuisine, ie Indian, Italian, Mexican, Chinese, Spanish, Continental and Thai, not necessarily in that order.

K likes Thai food and gets his weekly off on Thursday. B likes Italian food and does not have off on Sunday.

M has weekly off on Saturday and R has his weekly off on Tuesday.

W likes continental food whereas the one who has weekly off on Monday likes Mexican cuisine.

T does not like Spanish cuisine and has weekly off on Wednesday. The one who likes Indian food does not have a weekly off on Tuesday or Wednesday.

 

(6) Who has a weekly off on Friday?

A) T

B) R

C) W

D) Data inadequate

E) None of these

 

(7) What cuisine does R like?

A) Continental

B) Indian

C) Italian

D) Spanish

E) None of these

 

(8) On which day does N have weekly off?

A) Tuesday

B) Friday

C) Monday

D) Sunday

E) None of these

 

(9) Who likes Chinese cuisine?

A) T

B) B

C) R

D) N

E) None of these

 

(10) On which day does W have weekly off?

A) Monday

B) Sunday

C) Wednesday

D) Data inadequate

E) None of these

 

(11 to 15) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

P, Q, R, S and T finished a work, working from Monday to Saturday, one of the days being a holiday, each working overtime only on one of the days.

R or T did not work overtime on the first day.

Q worked overtime the next day after the holiday.

The overtime work done on the previous day of the holiday was by R.

There was a two days’ gap between the days on which P and Q worked over time.

P worked overtime the next day of the overtime day of S.

 

(11) Which of the following is the correct statement ?

A) P worked overtime last among them.

B) P worked overtime earlier than S.

C) The holiday was on Friday.

D) S worked overtime earlier than Q.

E) None of these

 

(12) On which day did R work overtime?

A) Monday

B) Tuesday

C) Thursday

D) Friday

E) None of these

 

(13) How many days’ gap was there between the days on which P and T worked overtime?

A)Three

B) Two

C) One

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(14) When did T work overtime?

A) On the day previous to that on which S worked overtime

B) On the next day of the day on which Q worked overtime

C) Two days after the day on which S worked overtime

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(15 to 20) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven friends P, F, R, T, Q, N and D are studying different specialisations IT, Civil, HRM, Marketing, Finance, Journalism and Pharmacy, not necessarily in the same order.

Each one of them has a liking for a different colour—red, blue, green, yellow, pink, orange and grey—not necessarily in the same order. Three of them are girls. P likes yellow colour but does not study IT or HR.

The one who studies Civil likes grey colour and is a girl. Q, who is the sister of N, studies Marketing and likes pink colour. D’s specialisation is in Pharmacy and likes red colour.

N, the wife of R, studies HR and likes green. F likes grey and R likes orange. The one who likes blue studies Finance.

 

(15) Who is studying Civil Engineering?

A) P

B) T

C) F

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(16) Which of the following is the group of girls?

A) F, D, N

B) F, Q, N

C) Q, N, P

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(17) Which subject is studied by R?

A) Civil

B) Finance

C) Journalism

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(18) Who is studying Journalism?

A) P

B) Q

C) R

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(19) Which of the following combinations of person – colour — subject is correct?
A) Blue–T–Marketing

B) Pink–N–HR

C) Orange–R–Civil

D) Blue–T–Finance

E) None of these

 

(20) Which subject is studied by T?

(A)Civil

B) Finance

C) Journalism

D) HR

E) None of these

 

(21 to 25) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven officers L, M, N, P, Q, R & S work in three different shifts I, II & III with at least two persons working in each shift. Each one of them has a different weekly off from Monday to Sunday not necessarily in the same order.

M works in second shift only with R, whose weekly off is on Friday.

Q’s weekly off is on the next day of L’s weekly off and both of them work in different shifts.

P works in third shift and his weekly off is on Saturday. S has a weekly off on Monday and he works in first shift.

The one who has a weekly off on Sunday works in first shift. L and P do not work in the same shift. L’s weekly off is on Tuesday.

 

(21) Whose weekly off is on Sunday?

A) L

B) M

C) N

D) Q

E) None of these

 

(22) Which of the following group of officers works in shift I?

A) L, N, S

B) L, S

C) N, S

D) L, P, Q

E) None of these

 

(23) On which day is Q’s weekly off ?

A) Tuesday

B) Wednesday

C) Sunday

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these
 

(24) Which of the following combinations of shift, person and weekly off is definitely correct?
A) II, M, Sunday

B) III, N, Sunday

C) II, P, Sunday

D) I, L, Tuesday

E) None of these
 

(25) Whose weekly off falls on Thursday?

A) L

B) N

C) Q

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these


(26 to 30) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight members A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H belonging to three families X, Y, Z go for weekend outing in three different cars I, II, III. Four out of the eight members are females.

Members of any one family travel in different cars.

Each car has at least one male and one female member. Each family has at least two members.

A belongs to family Y and he travels in car III. D is wife of E and they travel in cars I and II respectively. H is son of B, who is wife of G, and they belong to family Z. C is daughter of F, who is wife of A. C travels in car II. G does not travel with F.

 

(26) Which of the following groups of persons travels in car I?

A) D, F, G

B) D, E, G

C) D, G, H

D) D, F, H

E) None of these

 

(27) Which car has only two members travelling in it?

A) I

B) II

C) III

D) II or III

E) Cannot be determined

 

(28) Which of the following members of families Y and Z travel in different cars?

A) F, G

B) C, G

C) F, H

D) C, F

E) None of these

 

(29) Which of the following groups of persons is a group of all females?

A) B, D, G

B) A, B, C

C) B, E, F

D) D, E, F

E) None of these

 

(30) Which of the following members of families X and Y travel in the same car?

A) C, F

B) D, F

C) C, D

D) F, E

E) None of these

 

(31 to 35) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

A school held competitions for Chess, Table Tennis, Carrom, Kho- Kho and Volleyball during the annual sports week from Monday to Saturday, each game on one day, one day being a rest day.

Carrom competition was held not on the first or on the last day but was held earlier than Table Tennis competition.

Kho-Kho competition was held on the immediate next day of the Table Tennis competition day.

Chess competition was held on the immediate previous day of the rest day.

Kho-Kho competition day and Volleyball competition day had a two- day gap between them.

Volleyball competition was held on the immediate following day of the rest day.

 

(31) Which of the following was a rest day?

A) Wednesday

B) Tuesday

C) Friday

D) Thursday

E) None of these

 

(32) Kho-Kho and Carrom competition days had a gap of how many days between them?

A) Nil

B) Two

C) Three

D) Four

E) None of these

 

(33) On which day was the Chess competition held?

A) Thursday

B) Friday

C) Monday

D) Wednesday

E) None of these

 

(34) Which of the following is a wrong statement?

A) Carrom competition was held on the immediate previous day of Table Tennis competition.

B) Kho-Kho competition was held on three days after the day on which Volleyball competition was held.

C)There was a gap of three days between the days on which Chess and Table Tennis competitions were held.

D)There was a two days’ gap between the rest day and the day on which Carrom competition was held.

E)None of these

 

(35) Which of the following is the correct statement?

A) Kho-Kho competition was held after Table Tennis competition.

B) Chess competition was held on Thursday.

C) No competition was held on Wednesday.

D) Table Tennis competition was held earlier than Chess competition.

E) None of these

 

(36 to 40) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

A private bank deputed eight of its managers P, T, D, E, J, Q, M and R to different cities Bangalore, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Cochin, Pune and Ahmedabad for marketing of three different products X, Y and Z. The order of managers, cities and products is not necessarily the same.

Each product is marketed in not less than two cities and not more than three cities.

T goes to Delhi for marketing of product Y. J goes to Hyderabad for marketing of product Z. E does not go to Bangalore or Jaipur and markets the same product as M, who goes to Ahmedabad.

R goes to Chennai for marketing of product Z. Same product is marketed in Bangalore and Delhi. E and Q are marketing the same product. P goes to Pune for marketing of product Z.

 

(36) Which of the following groups of managers go for marketing product ‘X’?

A) E, Q, R

B) J, Q, M

C) J, M, R

D) Q, M, R

E) None of these

 

(37) E goes to which of the following cities?

A) Jaipur

B) Cochin

C) Ahmedabad

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

 

(38) Which of the following combination of product, manager and city is correct?

A)X - Q - Jaipur

B) X - Q - Cochin

C) X - E – Bangalore

D) Y - D – Cochin

E) None of these

 

(39) Which of the following persons go for marketing of product Y?

A) Q, D, M

B) Q, T

C) T, D, Q

D) T, D

E) None of these

 

(40) Who goes to Bangalore?

A) Q

B) M

C) D

D) D or Q

E) None of these

 

(41 to 45) Read the following information to answer the given question.

A, B, C, D, E and F are six family members.

There is one Doctor, one lawyer, one Engineer, one Pilot, one student and one Housewife.

There are two married couples in the family

F, who is a lawyer, is father of (a)

B is a Pilot and is mother of (c)

D is grandmother of C and is a Housewife.

E is father of F and is a Doctor.

C is brother of (a)

 

(41) How many female members are there in the family?

(A) Three only

(B) Two only

(C) Three

(D) four

(E) Cannot be determined

 

(42) How is A related to D?

(A) Granddaughter

(B) Grandson

(C) Son

(D) granddaughter

(E) grandson

 

(43) Which of the following statements is definitely true?

(A) A is the Engineer

(B) E is the father of the Pilot

(C) D is the mother of the Pilot

(D) F is the father of the Engineer.

(E) Can’t say

 

(44) Who is the student?

(A) A

(B)C

(C) B’s son

(D) Either C or A

(E) Can’t say

 

(45) Which of the following is one of the pairs of married couples?

(A) FB

(B) FA

(C) CF

(D) FD

(E) DF

 

(46 to 50) Read the following information to answer the given question.

Eight members of a family A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are seated around a circular table such that 4 are facing the centre and 4 are facing outside the centre. There are 3 generations and the family has 2 married couples. It is further known that:

• D is E’s niece and she is seated opposite to her grandfather. D faces the centre.

• E's sister is to the immediate left of A

• H is A's son and sits 2nd to the left of his grandmother.

• B is 3rd to the right of her husband.

• G is to the immediate right of her granddaughter. G has only one daughter.

• H is 2nd to the left of his father.

• E is to the immediate left of his sister-in-law

• E and F do not sit together but they face the opposite direction faced by A.

 

(46) How is C related to the person who is to the immediate right of H?

A) Grandfather

B) Father

C) Son

D) Daughter

E) Sister-in-law

 

(47) How is A related to the person who sits opposite to B?

A) Brother

B) Son

C) Father

D) Husband

E) Cannot be determined

 

(48) Four among the following bear a similar relationship and hence form a group, who among the following is not a part of that group?

A) G

B) B

C) F

D) C

E) D

 

(49) In which of the following groups is the first person seated exactly in between the second and the third person?

A) ABG

B) DFC

C) ACE

D) CBE

E) GBD

 

(50) What is the position of D with respect to A’s sister?

A) Immediate left

B) Immediate right

C) Second to the left

D) Second to the right

E) Third to the right

 

(51 to 55) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

seven different cities, viz. Mumbai, Pune, Lucknow, Kanpur, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai in seven different months from January to July of a year, also this seven friends have their birthdays in different month from January to July in the same year, but no one visit the city in the month in which they have their birthday. D goes to Pune in April. E goes to Kanpur in a month having 31 day but before C. the one who goes to Mumbai does not have birthday in July nor in January, but like to visit in month of February or May. B goes in June and he does not go to Hyderabad but his birthday comes in the month of March. F and G don’t go to Mumbai, but F has birthday in a month after the month in which G have. Two friends go to Kanpur and Bangalore having their visit of month and birthday exchanged where. E has birthday in month of July and F has birthday in the month of April. C visit Hyderabad in the month of March. D has birthday before A and C.

 

(51) In which month E went to which place?

A) January-Kanpur

B) May-Chennai

C) Mumbai-February

D) July-Bangalore

E) None of these

 

(52) If the one who visit Chennai has birthday in the month of March then which of the following statement is true?

A) A has birthday in June

B) F visit Lucknow

C) C visit Hyderabad in may

D) Either (b) or (c)

E) None of these

 

(53) Which of the following statement is definitely false with respect to the passage?

A) A-Mumbai

B) F-Chennai

C) F-Lucknow

D) B-Pune

E) Cannot be determined

 

(54) Which of the following statement does not fit in the group?

A) C

B) G

C) F

D) E

E) A

 

(55) If A and G exchange their month of visit then what is the difference in number of months of visit between A and B?

A) Two

B) Three

C) Five

D) Zero

E) One

 

(56 to 60) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Babu, Arul, Venkat, Mathan, Hari and Ramu are six children of Mrs. Susila. Each of the children was born on different days of the week except Sunday. Mrs. Susila gave birth to a child every alternate year but not necessarily in the same order as the names of the children are given. Each child teaches a different topic. The topics are Matrix, Algebra, Differentiation, Trigonometry, Geometry and Integration. Mathan was born on Tuesday but not before 2000 and he teaches Matrix whereas Venkat teaches Geometry. The child who was born on Wednesday teaches Algebra. The fourth eldest child teaches Trigonometry while Arul teaches Integration. Babu, who was born in 1995, teaches Differentiation. Geometry is studied by the third eldest child who was born on Friday. Arul was born on Thursday and Ramu on Saturday. Babu is eldest child while Hari is youngest.

 

(56) In which year was Arul born?

A) 1995

B) 1999

C) 2001

D) 1997

E) 2003

 

(57) On which day was Babu born?

A) Monday

B) Wednesday

C) Friday

D) Thursday

E) Tuesday

 

(58) In which year was Mathan born?

A) 1995

B) 1997

C) 1999

D) 1991

E) 2003

 

(59) If Hari was the only daughter of Mrs Susila then after the birth of how many sons did Mrs Susila give birth to a daughter?

A) One

B) Two

C) Four

D) Three

E)None of these

 

(60) What is Venkat’s rank (in terms of ascending order of age) among the children?

A) Second

B) Fourth

C) Fifth

D) Third

E) None of these

 

(61 to 65) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight boxes are arranged in a stack from bottom to top numbered from 1-8 each having a different colour; green, black, blue, white, yellow, orange, red and pink not necessarily in the same order. They contain a different food item; Milky bar, Lollypop, Ice cream, Pizza, Butter chicken, Curd rice, Grill chicken and Bovonto not necessarily in the same order. The arrangement is based on the following rules:

• The yellow box is kept at an even numbered position

• There are 3 boxes between the yellow box and the box with Bovonto

• White box is either at the top or at the bottom of the stack

• Box number 2 has Milky bar and it is not yellow in colour

• Box with the Butter chicken is kept between the box having red colour and the box having Pizza

• The Green coloured box is kept 2 boxes above the blue box

• There are 4 boxes between the box with Lollypop and the red coloured box

• There are 3 boxes between the box with Butter chicken and the box with Ice cream

• Pink box is between the box with Grill chicken and the orange coloured box

• The red box does not have Grill chicken.

 

(61) Which of the following is the correct combination of number: colour: food item?

A) 8: yellow: Butter chicken

B) 6: red: Curd rice

C) 5: green: Grill chicken

D) 4: blue: Pizza

E) 3: orange: Lollypop

 

(62) Four of the following bear a certain relationship hence form a group, which of the following does not belong not belong to that group?

A) Pizza

B) Curd rice

C) Bovonto

D) Ice cream

E) Milky bar

 

(63) If green is related to Pizza and red is related to Butter chicken then which of the following food items is related to blue?

A) Curd rice

B) Grill chicken

C) Bovonto

D) Ice cream

E) Lollypop

 

(64) Which of the following food items does the black and orange box contains?

A) Milky bar, Lollypop

B) Milky bar, Ice cream

C) Ice cream, Bovonto

D) Bovonto, Pizza

E) Curd rice, Grill chicken

 

(65) How many boxes are kept between the green box and the box having Curd rice?

A) None

B) One

C) Two

D) Three

E) Four

 

(66 to 70) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Each of the five students - A, B, C, D and E - studies 5 subjects -HR, Marketing, Production, Computer and Finance - in a week starting on Monday and ending on Friday. Exactly five subjects were studied on each of the five days, no two of which were same. No student studied more than one subject on any of the five days. C studied Production on Tuesday. D studied Finance on Wednesday. He didn't study HR on Thursday. E studied Computer on Monday.

A studied the same subject on Monday which D studied on Friday. The subject was not Production. B studied HR, Marketing and Computer on Monday, Wednesday and Friday respectively. C studied the same subject on Monday which A studied on Friday.

 

(66) Which subject did A study on Tuesday?

A) Computer

B) Finance

C) Production

D) HR

E) Marketing

 

(67) Who studied HR on Wednesday?

A) B

B) E

C) A

D) C

E) D

 

(68) What did E study on Friday?

A) HR

B) Finance

C) Production

D) Marketing

E) Computer

 

(69) Who studied Computer on Wednesday?

A) A

B) B

C) D

D) C

E) E

 

(70) What did C study on Thursday?

A) Computer

B) Finance

C) Production

D) HR

E) Marketing

 

(71 to 75) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H participate in a golgappa eating competition. There are 2 stalls one facing the north and one facing the south direction. The friends are standing in a single row and the places are numbered 1-8 from left to right with respect to the stall facing the north direction. Four of them are facing the south direction and four are facing the north direction. They ate 1, 5, 12, 13, 18, 21, 25 and 26 golgappas not necessarily in the same order. Nobody ate golgappas equal to their position number.

• The difference between the number of golgappas eaten by the persons on 2nd and 5th numbered place is 8.

• One who ate 12 golgappas had only 2 persons to his right.

• A and C together ate equal to H

• H ate more than atleast 5 persons.

• D ate 21 golgappas

• D was a neighbour of F and A

• E was standing at either of the ends and H was to his immediate left

• D is 4th to the right of H

• H did not eat the maximum number of golgappas

• B was standing 3rd to the right of A

• Persons at the two ends face the same direction.

• A and B together ate equal to G.

• F and D face the same direction.

• The person who ate the maximum number of golgappas was not at either end.

 

(71) Who ate the least number of golgappas?

A) E

B) B

C) C

D) A

E) Either E or B

 

(72) What is the position of G with respect to the one who ate 12 golgappas?

A) Immediate left

B) Immediate right

C) Second left

D) Second to the right

E) G himself ate 12 golgappas

 

(73) Four of the following bear a similar relationship hence form a group, who among the following is not a part of that group?

A) F

B) D

C) H

D) G

E) A

 

(74) How many golgappas did D and H eat together?

A) 37

B) 39

C) 43

D) 46

E) 51

 

(75) What is the difference between the number of golgappas eaten by B and C?

A) 3

B) 4

C) 5

D) 7

E) 8

 

(76 to 80) Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

Eight people – P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are born in different years – 1942, 1948, 1963, 1969, 1972, 1978, 1991, and 2003. There ages are with respect to the current year (2017), same month and same date. T was born before 1963. Difference between the ages of T and W is 21 years. P’s is older than W but not the oldest. Q’s birth year is an odd-numbered year. Neither Q nor R is 14 years old. Difference between the ages of Q and U is less than 5 years. The sum of ages of R and S is 53 years.

 

(76) Who was born in the year 1991?

A) U

B) R

C) S

D) V

E) Cannot be determined

 

(77) What is the age difference between P and Q?

A) 22

B) 21

C) 23

D) 24

E) 20

 

(78) U is born in which year?

A) 1963

B) 1978

C) 1972

D) 1991

E) None of these

 

(79) Find the odd one out from the following pairs?

A) T – 1942

B) W – 1963

C) Q – 1972

D) V – 1991

E) R – 1978

 

(80) What is the sum of ages of P and R?

A) 108

B) 114

C) 99

D) 102

E) 110

 

(81 to 85) Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H have seminars in January, March June and September with two seminars in each month. The seminar is scheduled either on 22 or 28th of the month. B’s seminar is in March. There is one seminar scheduled between A and B’s. D and C have seminars in same month. G has seminar on 28th of one of the month. A’s seminar is in month having 31 days. Seminar of H is immediately after the seminar of C. The number of seminars between A and E is same as number of seminars between D and G. Seminar of F is somewhere before G.

 

(81) Who has seminar on 28th September?

A) D

B) H

C) G

D) C

E) B

 

(82) How many persons have seminars before E?

A) Two

B) Three

C) Five

D) None

E) One

 

(83) How many seminars are between seminars of B and D?

A) Five

B) Three

C) Two

D) One

E) None

 

(84) Who has seminar on 22md March?

A) B

B) E

C) F

D) D

E) A

 

(85) Find the odd one out.

A) H – 22

B) C – 28

C) D – June

D) E – 22

E) G – September

 

(86 to 90) Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

8 students – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are from different cities – Guwahati, Chennai, Jaipur, Faridabad, Imphal, Bhopal, Bengaluru, and Mumbai, but not necessarily in the same order. They are in different classes – 3, 5, 7 and 10. Two people are in same class, not necessarily in same order.

A and the one from Jaipur are in same class. D is from Faridabad. The one from Bengaluru is in 3rd class. A is not from Imphal and Mumbai. G is not from Mumbai and Jaipur and also is not in same class with F. H is in 10th class. The one from Mumbai and H are in same class. C is neither in 7th nor 10th class. F is from Guwahati and in 3rd class. B is neither from Jaipur nor Mumbai nor Bhopal. The one from Bhopal and E are together.

 

(86) Who is from Chennai?

A) C

B) A

C) F

D) E

E) G

 

(87) Which of the following pairs share same class?

A) D, F

B) B, G

C) H, E

D) C, H

E) A, B

 

(88) G is from which city?

A) Imphal

B) Guwahati

C) Chennai

D) Bhopal

E) Jaipur

 

(89) Which of the following combination of student-city-class is correct as per given arrangement?
A) H – Guwahati – 7

B) G – Imphal – 5

C) B – Mumbai – 10

D) E – Mumbai – 10

E) A – Bengaluru – 3

 

(90) Who is from Bengaluru?

A) D

B) B

C) The one in 10th class

D) J

E) The one in 7th class

 

(91 to 95) Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

Ten friends are sitting in two parallel rows containing five people each in such a way that there in an equal distance between adjacent persons. In row 1 – A, B, C, D, and E are seated (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing south. In row 2 – P, Q, R, S and T are seated (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing north. Therefore, in the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row.All of them working in different banks like, PNB, BOB, BOI, SBI, RBI, IOB, UBI, CBI, IDBI, and SIDBI but not necessarily in the same order.

A sits third to the left of one who works in BOB (One of them sits to the extreme end of the row). The immediate neighbor of A faces T, who works in RBI. Only one person sits between T and Q, who works in SBI. Q does not sit any extreme end of the row. E works in PNB and faces Q. Immediate neighbor of Q faces the person who works in BOI. There are two persons sit between B and the person who works in BOI. R works in IDBI and faces B. Immediate neighbor of C faces the person who works in SIDBI. The immediate neighbor of Q does not face the person who works in IOB. P works in UBI.

 

(91) Who sit at the extreme end of the row?

(A) B,C,R,S

(B) B,C,P,Q

(C) T,R,B,C

(D) T,R,E,A

(E) R,C,D,T

 

(92) D works in which bank?

(A) PNB

(B) RBI

(C) BOB

(D) CBI

(E) IOB

 

(93) B faces which of the following person?

(A) P

(B) R

(C) Q

(D) S

(E) T

 

(94) Which of the following information is NOT true regarding D?

(A) D is the immediate neighbor of B.

(B) D sits second to the left of E.

(C) D sits second to the right of A.

(D) D faces P

(E) D works in CBI

 

(95) Who works in BOI?

(A) A

(B) B

(C) C

(D) P

(E) Q

 

(96 to 100) Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

Eight persons Ayesha, Bittu, Chandan, Disha, Ela, Farooq, Graeme and Henry live on a separate floor each of an 8-floor building but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered 1, the first floor is numbered 2 and so on until the topmost floor is numbered eight. Only two persons live below the floor on which Graeme lives. Only one person lives between Graeme and Ayesha. Henry lives on an odd-numbered floor but not on floor no. 7. Only two persons live between Henry and Bittu. Bittu does not live on the topmost floor. Ayesha does not live on the lowermost floor. Disha lives immediately below Chandan. Neither Chandan nor Ela live on floor no 6. Farooq lives immediately above Ayesha.

 

(96) How many persons live between the floors on which Ayesha and Disha live?

(A) Three

(B) More than three

(C) None

(D) Two

(E) One

 

(97) Who lives on the floor immediately below Graeme?

(A) Farooq

(B) Ela

(C) Disha

(D) Bittu

(E) Chris

 

(98) On which of the following floor numbers does Disha live?

(A) Four

(B) One

(C) Eight

(D) Five

(E) Seven

 

(99) Which of the following is true with respect to Farooq as per the given arrangement?

(A) Only three persons live between Farooq and Bittu

(B) Only three persons live above Farooq.

(C) Farooq lives on the floor no. 6.

(D) None of the given options is true.

(E) Farooq lives immediately above Disha

 

(100) Who among the following lives on floor no. 5?

(A) Disha

(B) Chandan

(C) Ela

(D) Bittu

(E) Ayesc 


 

Coding Decoding

Coding Decoding

1774  

(1 to 5)In a certain code,

‘Seven Eleven Two Four’ is written as ‘A#24 D@35 H$8 L#15’,

‘Six Thirteen Ten Forty’ is written as ‘H@63 L$24 A$8 H$8’,

‘Eight Twelve Sixteen Three’ is written as ‘A@48 H#24 D$24 H#35’, and

‘Nine Fourteen Thirty Fifteen’ is written as ‘L@48 J#15 H$35 L!63’.

(1) Which is the code for ‘Sixty Five’?

A) A@24 L#15

B) L$24 L!15

C) A$24 L#15

D) A$24 L#16

E) CND

 

(2) What is the code for ‘Seventeen’?

A) L!80

B) A@80

C) D@80

D) A!80

E) Cannot be determined

 

(3) What is the code for ‘Seventy’?

A) A@48

B) A$48

C) A#49

D) A#48

E) Cannot be determined

 

(4)‘D!63 J!63’ will be the code for

A) Eighteen Eighty

B) Nineteen Fourteen

C) Eighteen Nineteen

D) Eighteen Sixteen

E) CND

 

(5) Which is the code for ‘Twenty Eighty’?

A) H$35 D#28

B) H$35 D#35

C) H@35 D#35

D) H$35 D$35

E) CND

 

(6 to 10)In a certain code,

‘Jammu Haridwar Nanded Puri’ is written as ‘H#12 %15L $9N F@21’,

‘Jaipur Hyderabad Rajouri Bengaluru’ is written as ‘Z#24 $18P F%24 H@15’,

‘Majuli Udaipur Mysuru Kasaragod’ is written as ‘K$15 I%24 @18S K#15’, and

‘Nagpur Palakkad Varanasi Gwalior’ is written as ‘@15L E@18 %21N $21T’.

(6) Which is the code for ‘Chennai’?

A) B$18

B) A$18

C) A$20

D) A#18

E) Cannot be Determined

 

(7) What is the code for ‘Sitapur Saharanpur ’?

A) #27Q @20Q

B) @27Q #18Q

C) %30Q @18Q

D) @27Q @18Q

E) Cannot be determined

 

(8) What could ‘Z@12 D %24’ stand for?

A) Amritsar Faizabad

B) Ajmer Faizabad

C) Amritsar Faridabad

D) Ajmer Faridabad

E) Cannot be determined

 

(9) What is the code of ‘Mangaluru Jaisalmer’?

A) K@24 H@18

B) K#24 H@24

C) K#21 H$24

D) K#27 H@24

E) Cannot be determined

 

(10) Which is the code for ‘Ghazibad Rewari’?

A) $18P E%21

B) $15P E%21

C) $@P E%24

D) $15P E#21

E) Cannot be determined

 

(11 to 15)In a certain code,

′Field Panel joint Guide′ is written as ′K28@ U10% Q18# T18©′

′Since Valid Worst Ideal′ is written as ′D36# H28© E24% R10@′

′Mount Local Trend Three′ is written as ′N42# G36© O06@ G12%′

′Mixed loose Final Sport′ is written as ′U28@ O30© N48% H30#′

(11) What will be the code for ‘Spend Noise’?

A) H10% N18©

B) H10% M18@

C) H12# M18©

D) H10% M18©

E) None of these

 

(12) What will be the code for ‘Prize Level Ahead’?

A) Z10% K20© M44@

B) Z10% K18© O44#

C) Z10% K18© O44@

D) Z10# J18© O44@

E) None of these

 

(13) What will be the code for ‘Rural Prove’?

A) K30© I34@

B) J30© I36@

C) K28© J36@

D) K30© I36@

E) None

 

(14) What could ‘Y42% W28%’ stand for?

A) Noise Solid

B) Dance Bound

C) Close Broad

D) Bound Arise

E) None

 

(15) What will be the code for ‘Doubt Craft’?

A) W42# Y02#

B) Z42# X02#

C) W44# Y02#

D) W42# X02#

E) None

 

(16 to 20) In a certain code language

“review paper style manage” is written as ‘def fa cde te’

“paper of known country” is written as ‘gi te ku ad’

“Known review view reference” is written as ‘cde bp ad bgs’

“View like manage layout” is written as ‘kx def dr bp’

(16) If ‘style known page’ is coded as ‘ad fa zy’ in the given code language, then what will ‘review risk manage’ be coded as?

A) ad dr def

B) def cde dr

C) zy cde ad

D) fa zy def

E) None of these

 

(17) What is the code for ‘view of post’ in the given code language?

A) gi ku cde

B) bp cde gi

C) ku bp gi

D) dr def fa

E) None of these

 

(18) Which of the following may represents the code ‘paper improve’ in the given code language?

A) le dr

B) cs def

C) cs te

D) def nq

E) dr cs

 

(19) In the given code language, what does the code ‘kx’ stands for?

A) paper

B) known

C) either ‘layout’ or ‘like’

D) either ‘manage’ or developed

E) review

 

(20) What is the code for ‘reference’ in the given code language?

A) bp

B) dr

C) bgs

D) cde

E) None of these

 

(21 to 25) In a certain code,
‘mixed chamber incidence vacuum’ is written as ’88$B 12@C 36#E 52%A’,
‘jammer corporate frozen weird’ is written as ’24©B 40@B 92%A 12#E ’,
‘comedian magnitude webcam jumbled’ as ‘40%C 12©D 92$B 52#E ’,
‘maximum revealed union editor’ is written as ‘72%D 52$C 20@B 84©A ’.

(21) What is the code for ‘cardamom’?

A) 16#D

B) 12%E

C) 12$D

D) 14$D

E) Cannot be determined

 

(22) What is the code for ‘pager style’?

A) 64@A 76#A

B) 64#A 76@A

C) 60@C 76#B

D) 64$A 76#A

E) Cannot be determined

 

(23) What is the code for ‘September December’?

A) 16@E 76@D

B) 72@E 16@D

C) 76@E 16@D

D) 76@E 16#D

E) Cannot be determined

 

(24) What is code for ‘fusion clown’?

A) 12©B 24©A

B) 24©B 12©A

C) 24©D 12@A

D) 24©C 12©A

E) Cannot be determined

 

(25) What is the code for ‘hundred folder’?

A) 32%D 24#B

B) 32©C 24@B

C) 32%D 24#B

D) 32%C 24@B

E) Cannot be determined

 

(26 to 30) In a certain code,
′Marker Written Merit Iterated′ is written as ′11$D 25%N 15©R 15@T′
′Come Detail Order Hijacked′ is written as ′6©L 5#E 10$D 17@R′
′Present Joystick Liable Part′ is written as ′18%T 14©E 18#T 12$K′
′States Regards Fact Reply′ is written as ′8#T 21©S 20@Y 20%S′

(26) What is the code for ‘Haryana Court’?

A) 5@T 10%A

B) 6@T 10%T

C) 5©T 10#A

D) 5$T 10%A

E) Cannot be determined

 

(27) What is the code for ‘Cruel Statement’?

A) 4@L 21$T

B) 5©L 21$S

C) 5@L 21%T

D) 5@L 21$T

E) Cannot be Determined

 

(28) What is the code for ‘Water Backflow’?

A) 25@R 4$B

B) 25©R 4$W

C) 25@R 4$W

D) 25@R 4%W

E) Cannot be determined

 

(29) What is the code for ‘Deduct Word’?

A) 6©T 26#D

B) 6%T 25#C

C) 6©T 25#D

D) 6@T 25#D

E) Cannot be determined

 

(30) What is the code for ‘Plane Hijacker’?

A) 10$T 18@E

B) 10$R 18©E

C) 10%R 18@E

D) 10$R 18@E

E) Cannot be determined

 

(31 to 35)In a certain code,

′Insert Cart Window Marble′ is written as ′M16 W19 I20 P20 ′

′Quiz Current More Days ′ is written as ′P30 C40 D24 T25′

′Marble Affairs Important Current ′ is written as ′M16 S28 C40 N36′

′Dairy Important Signal Quiz ′ is written as ′T25 Q35 N36 G22′

(31) Which of the following can be used to find out the code for ‘Signal’?

(i) C21 Q35 I20 K67 (ii) I20 P27 G22 L29

(iii) G22 T25 Q35 W19 (iv) C21 P20 N32 U35

A) (ii)

B) (ii) or (iv)

C) (i) or (iii)

D) (i) or (ii)

E) None of these

 

(32) Which of the following cannot be used to find the code for ‘Insert’?

A) C21 B34 I20 U35

B) I20 E25 W19 L29

C) Q10 P20 E25 L29

D) C21 P21 W19 Q10

E) None of these

 

(33) If the code for ‘Insert’ is ‘P20’, then which of the following can be used to find the code for ‘Window’?

A) I20 W19 P27 L29

B) N32 I29 W13 R19

C) D12 L29 W19 W1

D) I20 D12 W19 W13

E) None of these

 

(34) What could be the code for ‘White Marble’?

A) M16 P20

B) T16 M11

C) A19 M16

D) M16 T25

E) None of these

 

(35) If ‘Dairy near my house’ is coded as ‘D45 F12 Q35 N32’, then what could be the code for ‘Green Signal’

A) D24 G22

B) G22 S28

C) G22 M16

D) G22 Q35

E) U35 G22

 

(36 to 40)In a certain code,

‘Crab Source Rhyme Praised’ is written as ‘81H! 61R% 30R# 91O$’,

‘Viewers Prey Ban Appraise’ is written as ‘10P* 20A@ 22I% 61R#’,

‘Win Addict Cold Magician’ is written as ‘30O# 32I@ 10D$ 31A*’, and

‘Miser Basic Kitkat Solvent’ is written as ‘11I$ 31I! 91O% 20A!’.

(36) Which is the code for ‘Thirteen Banks’?

A) 20H# 20A@

B) 02H* 20A!

C) 02H@ 02A!

D) 20H* 02A$

E) CND

 

(37) What is the code for ‘Sit Class Paragraph’?

A) 30M! 91I@ 63A*

B) 40L! 91I@ 61P%

C) 30L! 71M@ 62A*

D) 30L! 91I@ 61A*

E) Cannot be determined

 

(38) What could ‘21I%’ stand for?

A) Symbols

B) Light

C) License

D) Urban

E) CND

 

(39) What is the code of ‘Mistake’?

A) 31I%

B) 13T@

C) 28S*

D) 31M%

E) CND

 

(40) Which is the code for ‘Would Kill’?

A) 42I! 11O#

B) 42O# 11I#

C) 42O! 11I#

D) 42O$ 11I#

E) CND

 

(41 to 45)In a certain code,

‘Aspirant Time Stock Zone’ is written as ‘TP20 SG32 OV16 IV16’,

‘Jump Market Reach Against ’ is written as ‘ES20 UK16 GG28 AG24’,

‘Refer Wake Further Belong’ is written as ‘AV16 ET24 UI28 EI20 ’, and

‘Private Keen Child Red ’ is written as ‘HW20 RV28 EW12 EM16 ’.

(41) Which is the code for ‘Beyond Team ’?

A) EW32 EN16

B) EW24 AN20

C) EW12 EN12

D) EW24 EN16

E) None of thesea

 

(42) What is the code for ‘Passive Alert’?

A) AV28 LG20

B) AW24 LG20

C) AV28 LH20

D) AW28 LH20

E) None of these

 

(43) What is the code for ‘National Park’?

A) AO32 AP12

B) AP32 AP16

C) AN32 AP12

D) AO32 AP20

E) None of these

 

(44) ‘DG 20 OI20’ will be the code for

A) Ports Plant

B) Edits Poles

C) Admit Power

D) Edits Notion

E) None of these

 

(45) Which is the code for ‘Normal Clipboard’?

A) ON24 LV36

B) OO24 LW36

C) OP24 LU36

D) OM24 LX36

E) None of these

 

(46 to 50)In a certain code language,

"fresh mind happy life " is coded as " H#14 M@17 K#33 U@17 "

"kashi city of temple" is coded as " S#20 G@28 L@21 O@25"

"Sarnath belongs to varanasi" is coded as"G#27 T#21 G@35 H@31"

"One airport in banaras " is coded as "M#20 I#21 R@23 Z#21 "

(46) What is the code for ‘Excellence’ in the given code language?

A) X@10

B) X#10

C) E@10

D) E#10

E) None of these

 

(47) What is the code for ‘University' in the given code language?

A) G#46

B) T@46

C) N@46

D) G@46

E)None of these

 

(48) What may be the possible code for ‘One army ’ in the given code language?

A) M#20 M@26

B) M#20 T@26

C) N@26 M#20

D) M#20 N@26

E) None of these

 

(49) What may be the possible code for ‘Veracity’ in the given code language?

A) T@47

B) G@47

C) E@47

D) G#47

E) None of these

 

(50) What is the code for ‘Ghats in Kashi' in the given code language?

A) R@21 T#20 G#26

B) G#26 R@23 S#20

C) G@26 S#20 R@21

D) G@26 S#20 R#21

E) None of these

 

In a certain code language,

‘Arrive today eagles later’ is written as 21*R, 6$A, 14$O, 25*A

‘Begin work faster table’ is written as 14$A, 17%O, 26*A, 22$E

‘Length error arrow burn’ is written as 6*E, 25$R, 22%U, 21$R

‘Trial better than wisdom’ is written as 14$R, 14%H, 22*E, 17*I

 

51) The code for the word ‘table’

A) 26*A

B) 17%O

C) 14$A

D) 22$ E

E) None of these

 

52) The code word 6$A for the word

A) Later

B) Arrive

C) Earlier

D) Today

E) Either A or C

 

53) Find the code word for the word ‘Burn’?

A) 25$R

B) 22%U

C) 21$R

D) 6*E

E) Can’t be determined

 

54) According to the given code, what is the code for ‘M’?

A) 12

B) 8

C) 10

D) 7

E) Can’t be determined

 

55) By using the given code word, find the code word for ‘Be_er Luck Next Arrive’ ?

A) 22$E, 21$R, 6*U, 8%E

B) 8*E, 21*R, 22%E, 6%U

C) 22*E, 6%U, 8%E, 21*R

D) 21%R, 22$E, 6*U, 8%E

E) 6$U, 22*E, 8*E, 21%R

 

56) If TSEREVE and NOITACUDE stands for EVEREST and EDUCATION, how will you code REDFORT

A) RECFORT

B) REDFNRT

C) REDFORT

D) RECFNRT

E) None of these

 

57) Find the missing terms: FRIEND : FPIBNZ : : MENTOR : _________.

A) MCNOQN

B) MCNQON

C) MNCNOQ

D) CMQNNO

E) None of these

 

58) If PAINT is coded as 74128 and EXCEL IS CODED AS 93596 then how would you encode ACCEPT?

A) 455978

B) 547978

C) 554978

D) 735961

E) None of these

 

59) In a certain code language, ‘3a, 2b, 7c’ means ‘Truth is Eternal’; ‘7c, 9a, 8b, 3a’ means ‘Enmity is not Eternal’ and ‘9a, 4d, 2b, 6b’ means ‘Truth does not perish’. Which of the following means ‘enmity’ in that language?

A) 3a

B) 7c

C) 8b

D) 9a

E) None of these

 

60) If Sand is coded as Brick, Brick as House, House as Temple, Temple as Palace then where do you worship?

A) Palace

B) Temple

C) Brick

D) House

E) None of these

 

(61 to 65) In a certain code language,

‘Enjoy the beautiful Life’ is written as ‘11<=51 41>>11 5<<25 25>!11’

‘Butterfly is so beautiful’ is written as ‘ 5<=51 19<>39 39>!31 5<<25’

‘Jani Enjoy the game’ is written as ‘ 21><19 11<=51 41>>11 15><11’

‘Life is twisted One’ is written as ‘25>!11 19<>39 41>!9 31>=11’

(61) What is the code for the word ‘ twisted’ ?

A)41>!9

B)25>!11

C)31>=11

D)19<>39

E)None of these

 

(62) The code word ‘21><19’ represents which of the following word ?

A)Enjoy

B)Game

C)Jani

D)The

E)None of these

 

63) Find the code word for ‘Beautiful Butterfly’ ?

A)5<=51 and 5<<25

B)11<=51 and 5<=51

C)41>>11 and 5<<25

D)5<<25 and 5<=51

E)None of these

 

64) What does ‘So’ Stands for ?

A)5<<25

B)5<=51

C)39>!31

D)19<>39

E)None of these

 

65) What is the code word for ‘Can You Join’ ?

A)9><20 5>=42 21

B)7<<29, 51>!43, 21

C)8<>29 51>>43 21<=29
D)6!43 21

E)None of these

 

(66 to 70) In a certain code language,

‘Company Arranged the meeting’ is written as 22+4 24+25 5-24 12+22

‘Meeting Held in Evening’ is written as 12+22 17-25 17-15 20+22

‘Evening Boss arranged Meeting’ is written as 20+22 23-10 24+25 12+22

‘Arrangement done by Boss’ is written as 24+9 21-20 23-4 23-10

 

66) The code ‘23-10’ is the code word for

A)By

B)Held

C)Evening

D)Boss

E)None of these

 

67) Find the code word for ‘Meeting’ ?

A)5-24

B)22+2

C)12+22

D)17-25

E)Can’t be determined

 

68) ‘24+25’ stands for which word ?

A)Arranged

B)Meeting

C)Arrangement

D)Evening

E)None of these

 

69) The code ‘17’ stands for which letter ?

A)M

B)L

C)H

D)I

E)Can’t be determined

 

70) According to the given code, Find the code word of ‘Turning One Round’ ?

A)5+22, 7-25, 10-24

B)7+23, 8-22, 7+21

C)10-24, 12-22, 7+24

D)12-20, 11+27, 14-26

E)None of these

 

(71 to 75) In a certain code,

“ROSE MONKEY BASKET JUG” is written as ‘9#E, 31%Y, 26$T, 10@G’

“JOB RIGID BALL MUG” is written as ‘5@B, 16$L, 9#D, 10%G’

“MANGO BULB RABBIES JACKERS” is written as ‘6$B, 26#S, 20%O, 25@S’

“RABBIT JAMES BUG MACAQUE” is written as ‘26#T, 12%E, 24@S, 10$G’

(71) The code for the word ‘RAIN’ is

A)8%N

B)8*N

C)18#N

D)16$N

E)None of these

 

72) The code ‘9#E’ denotes which of the following word?

A)RAGA

B)REVERSE

C)RUPEE

D)RACE

E)None of these

 

(73) Which of the following is the code for “Marker”?

A)24%R

B)26!R

C)28!R

D)24!R

E)None of these

 

(74) Which of the following denotes @ symbol?

A)A

B)M

C)B

D)R

E)J

 

(75) Which of the following is the code for ‘MOUNTAIN BIG ROOM JAPAN’ ?

A)15@E, 13#S, 5?E, 13%H

B)21%N, 6$G, 18#M, 20@N

C)19@E, 17#S, 7?E, 18%H

D)22%N, 5$G, 17#M, 19@N

E)None of these

 

(76 to 80) In a certain code language,

‘CAT DONKEY FAN EARTH’ is written as “*1@7, !1&9, ~1@1, #0%3”

‘COW DULL FOREST ELBOW’ is written as “*2@0, #1%8, !0^8, ~1&4”

‘CAN DOORS FOUR ELEVEN’ is written as “~1^4, !1%4, *1@1, #0&8”

‘FAMILY CAR EAGER EGG’ is written as “#0@4, *1@5, ~1&9, #1%3”

(76) Which of the following is the code for “FAMILY”?

A)~1&9

B)*1@5

C)10*15

D)14$4

E)None of these

 

(77) Which of the following denotes # symbol?

A)C

B)D

C)E

D)F

E)None of these

 

(78) Which of the following denotes @ symbol?

A)C

B)D

C)E

D) F

E)None of these

 

(79) The code ‘~1^4’ denotes which of the following word?

A)DULL

B)CAT

C)FAN

D)FOUR

E)None of these

 

(80) By using the given code word, find the code word for ‘FUN COOL EARLY DIESEL’?

A)#0!4, *1@5, ~4&9, #1%3

B)#2@4, *1&8, ~3&9, #1%9

C)#0@4, *0@5, ~2&9, #1%8

D)#2@4, *0@5, ~1&9, #1%6

E)#2%0, *0^8, ~1@1, !0&6

 

(81 to 85) In a certain code,

‘Most safety high level’ is written as ‘8*Y, 7?L, 6#H, 6%T

‘Made in India project’ is written as ‘9@T, 7!A, 6%E, 4!N’

‘Set list new home’ is written as ‘5*T, 6#E, 6?T, 5&W’

‘Largesale post interval’ is written as ‘6@T, 10!L, 7?E, 6*E’

(the codes are two-letter codes only.)

(81) The code for the word ‘Person’ is

A)8*E

B)6*N

C)8@N

D)6@E

E)None of these

 

(82) The code ‘6*E’ denotes which of the following word ?

A)Large

B)Set

C) Sale

D)Home

E)None of these

 

(83)The code word of ‘Intend’ according to the given code is

A)8!N

B)6!D

C)8!D

D)6!N

E)None of these

 

(84) ‘?’ denotes which letter of the given words ?

A)P

B)M

C)L

D)S

E)H

 

(85) According to the given code word, what will be the code for ‘Leave his much peace’ ?

A)5@E, 3#S, 5?E, 3%H

B)7@E, 5#S, 7?E, 6%H

C)9@E, 7#S, 7?E, 8%H

D)9#E, 5#S, 5@E, 5%H

E) None of these

 

(86 to 90) In a certain code language,

‘Attend class daily good’ is written as 9$5, 24%9, 3$6, 24*3

‘Begin great any matter’ is written as 3&3, 8$9, 10*15, 14$4

‘Less error and fire’ is written as 10$7, 23%8, 9%14, 24&3

‘Tool better than screw’ is written as 16%22, 5$21, 10*4, 14%22

(86) The code for the word ‘ great’

A)3&3

B)8$9

C)10*15

D)14$4

E)None of these

 

(87) The code word ‘10$7’ for the word

A)Less

B)Error

C)And

D)Fire

E)None of these

 

(88) According to the given code what will be the code for the word ‘Burst’?

A)8*2

B)6$2

C)8$4

D)6#4

E)None of these

 

(89) According to the given code, what is the code for ‘Person’?

A)12*16

B)14*18

C)12$16

D)16#18

E)None of these

 

(90) By using the given code word, find the code word for ‘Behavewellafterschool’?

A)14*19, 8$5, 18%23, 21*6

B)18*21, 12$3, 18%22, 23*5

C)15*19, 8$6, 14%27, 21*4

D)16*21, 10$3, 16%25, 23*4

E)18*23, 10$4, 16%27, 21*4

 

(90 to 95) In a certain code language,

‘Thin paper neatly folded’ is written as @D6, %R5, !N4, ?Y6

‘Four people from USA’ is written as @M4, %E6, #A3, @R4

‘Urban development programme launched’ is written as % E9, *T11, #N5 &D8

‘Dhaya likes forties hero’ is written as @E7, &E5, *A5, $O4

(91) The code for the word ‘People’ is

A)@M4

B)%E6

C)#A3

D)@R4

E)None of these

 

(92) The code ‘ *A5 ‘ denotes which of the following word ?

A)Likes

B)Hero

C)Forties

D)Dhaya

E)None of these

 

(93) The code word of ‘Four’ is

A)@R4

B)%E6

C)@M4

D)#A3

E)None of these

 

(94) ‘#’ denotes which letter of the given words ?

A)N

B)F

C)L

D)D

E)U

 

(95) According to the given code word, what will be the code for ‘ Data Line reach points’ ?

A)*4A &4E @5H %6S

B)*4A &4E !5H %6S

C)*4A &4E #5H %6S

D)*4A &4E $5H %6S

E)None of these

 

(96 to 100) In a certain code language,

‘Arrive today eagles later’ is written as 21*R,6$A, 14$O, 25*A

‘Begin work faster table’ is written as 14$A, 17%O, 26*A, 22$E

‘Length error arrow burn’ is written as 6*E, 25$R, 22%U, 21$R

‘Trial better than wisdom’ is written as 14$R, 14%H, 22*E, 17*I

(96) The code for the word ‘ table’

A)26*A

B)17%O

C)14$A

D)22$ E

E)None of these

 

(97) The code word 6$A for the word

A)Later

B)Arrive

C)Earlier

D)Today

E)Either 1 or 3

 

(98) Find the code word for the word ‘Burn’ ?

A)25$R

B)22%U

C)21$R

D)6*E

E)Can’t be determined

 

(99) According to the given code, what is the code for ‘M’ ?

A)12

B)8

C)10

D)7

E)Can’t be determined

 

(100) By using the given code word, find the code word for ‘ Better Luck Next Arrive’ ?

A)22$E, 21$R, 6*U, 8%E

B)8*E, 21*R, 22%E, 6%U

C)22*E, 6%U, 8%E, 21*R

D)21%R, 22$E, 6*U, 8%E

E)6$U, 22*E, 8*E, 21%

Alphabet test

Alphabet test

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Directions : These questions are based on the following letters/numbers/symbols arrangement. Study it carefully and answer the questions:(1 to 5) 

N 8 B @ 5 A R ( 3 6 Y L » 3 A F $ 4 G £ ? T V 9 y a H 7 S J 1 © D

(1) Four of the following five are similar in respect of their positions in the above sequence and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?

(a) 85(

(b) YAG

(c) @R6

(d) 9HJ

(e) None of these

 

(2) How many symbol in the sequence are either immediately followed by a letter belonging to the first half of the English alphabet or immediately followed by a number?

(a) 8

(b) 5

(c) 6

(d) 7

(e) None of these

 

(3) If the positions of the letters in the sequence are reoccupied by the letters the selves after getting arranged alphabetically from left, which of the following will indicate the position of 'J' in the arrangement ?

(a) Between G and

(b) Between 4 and £

(c) 15th from the right

(d) 7th to the left or R

(e) None of these

 

(4) If the position of the letters in the sequence are reccupied by the letters themselves after getting arranged alphabetically from left, Which of the following will not change its position after the change ?

(a) Only N

(b) Only R and N

(c) Only F

(d) None of these

 

(5) What is the total number of 'the numbers immediately followed by a letter' and 'the symbols immediately preceded by a letter' together in the given sequence ?

(a) 10

(b) 11

(c) 9

(d) 12

(e) None of these

 

(6) In a certain code language the word BREAKDOWN is written as DQGCJFQVP. How will the word MENSTRUAL be written1 in that code language ?

A) ODPRVQWZN

B) ODPUSTWZN

C) OPDUSTWZN

D) OPDUSWTZN

E) None of these

 

(7) Four of the following five are similar in relation to their positions in the English alphabet and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to that group ?

A) PKSOV

B) HPKTN

C) ARDUG

D) JTMXP

E) None of these

 

(8) If each alphabet is assigned a sequential numerical value in terms of even numbers on the basis of their position in the English alphabet, viz. A = 2, B = 4,C = 6 and so on, what will be the value of the word LOCATION ?, ____

A) 180

B) 182

C)186

D)178

E)None of these

 

(9) BEH, DGJ, (?), EJO, GLQ, INS, ?

A) FLR

B) FIS

C) FKO

D) FIL

E) None of these

 

(10) APZLT, CQYNR, ERXPP, GSWRN, ?

A) KVIJUJ

B) JUUVK

C) ITVTL

D) KUUVJ

E) None of these

 

(11) RAP, MAP, HOT FUN, ?

(A) HNE

(B) PGI

(C) STN

(D) CAT

(E) More than three

 

(12) ZBAY, JRQI, OMLN, YCBX, ?

(A) DXWC

(B) XCBY

(C) VDEW

(D) FUVE

(E) None of these

 

(13) CWE, FQH, RDI, ?

(A) XBZ

(B) TGU

(C) MCO

(D) FUT

(E) None of these

 

(14) J, F, M, A, M, ?

(A) M

(B) J

(C) D

(D)S

(E) None of these

 

(15) C, E, H, L, Q, ?

(A) R

(B) W

(C) U

(D) X

(E) None of these

 

(16) H, V, G, T, F, R, E, P, ?

(A) K, L

(B) D, N

(C) C, D

(D) L, K

(E) None of these

 

(17) EV, JQ, OL, ?

A) TH

B) TG

C) FT

D) US

E) None of these

 

(18) prt ......... bdf , hjl , npr

A) uwy

B) vya

C) vxz

D) axy

E) None of these

 

(19) KPA, LQB, MRC, NSD, ......

A) IJOT

B) OTE

C) EOT

D) TOE

E) None of these

 

(20) ab_a_b_ aab_a

A) babb

B) aaba

C) abba

D) baab

E) None of these

 

(21) AZA, BYB, CXC ?

A) DXD

B) DXM

C) DWD

D) DRW

E) None of these

 

(22) NMO, RQS, VUW, ZYA, ?

A) DCE

B) BCD

C) ECD

D) FCD

E) None of these

 

(23) PAT, PEN, PIN, POT ?

A) PIG

B) PET

C) PUT

D) POT

E) None of these

 

(24) A/2, B/4, C/6, D/8

A) E/12, F/14

B) E/10, F/12

C) D/10, E/10

D) E/8, F/10

E) None of these

 

(25) DCXW, FEVU, GHTS, JIRQ, ?

A) LKPO

B) ABYZ

C) J1RQ

D) LMRS

E) None of these

 

(26) BYW, DUX, FQY, ...

A) HZM

B) HCZ

C) HMZ

D)HMC

E) None of these

 

(27) BAS, ?, DCQ, DDP, FEO

A) CBT

B) ABR

C) BCT

D) BBR

E) None of these

 

(28) BAZ, DCY, FEX, ?

A) FXW

B) EFX

C) FEY

D) HGW

E) None of these

 

(29) C-3, E-6, G-12, I-24, K-48, ?

A) S-48

B) M-96

C) L-96

D) O-48

E) None of these

 

(30) eject, elect, epic, flower, fluent, ?

A) select

B) dirty

C) dummy

D) flush

E) None of these

 

(31) cba _cb _cb _c_

(A) caab

(B) cbca

(C) cbac

(D) ccdd

(E) None of these

 

(32) If CGKQW is one sequence following a logic, and another five-letter sequence following similar type of logic is BFJPV, then one more variation of this type can be ?

(A) VPCFT

(B) DHLRX

(C) CFKNT

(D) None of these

 

(33) 'BE' is related to 'GJ' in the same way as 'PS' is related to ?

(A) VX

(B)TU

(C) UX

(D) TV

(E) None of these

 

(34) Which alphabet replaces the question mark ?

63 O 49 72 T 37 96 L 15 14 ? 58

(A) A

(B)B

(C)C

(D)D

(E) None of these

 

(35) If it is possible to make a meaningful word from the second, the seventh, the ninth and the eleventh letters of the word ORGANISATION using each letter only once, then which will be the third letter of that word ? If no such word can be formed, your answer would be 'X' and if more than one such words can be formed, your answer would be 'M' ?

(A) T

(B)R

(C)M

(D)X

(E) None of these

 

(36) How many meaningful English words can be formed with the letters LGEU using each letter only once in each word ?

(A)0

(B)1

(C) 2

(D) 3

(E) None of these

 

(37)Three of the following four are alike in certain way and hence form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group ?

(A) BHF

(B) LDJ

(C) OKG

(D) ZTY

(E) None of these

 

(38) If the first and third letters in the word NECESSARY were interchanged, also the fourth and the sixth letters, and the seventh and the ninth letters, which of the following would be the seventh letter from the left ?

(A)E

(B)S

(C)R

(D)Y

(E) None of these

 

(39) If 2nd half of the English alphabet is written in backward order, then what will be the 7th letter to the right of 13th letter from your left?

(A) T

(B) U

(C) V

(D) S

(E) None of these

 

(40) In a certain code ARCHIVE is written as DSBGFWJ. How is SYSTEMS is written in that code ?

(A) TZTSTUN

(B) TZTSTNF

(C) TZTUTNF

(D) TZTNTFS

(E) None of these

 

(41) Each consonant in the word TIRADES is replaced by the previous letter in the English alphabet and each vowel is replaced by the next letter in the English alphabet and the new letters are arranged alphabetically. Which of the following will be the fourth from the right end ?

(A)S

(B)Q

(C)J

(D)U

(E) None of these

 

(42) What should come next in the following letter series based on English alphabet ?

CEA JLH QSO ?

(A) WYU

(B) UXW

(C) WXV

(D) XZV

(E) None of these

 

(43) In these series, you will be looking at both the letter pattern and the number pattern. Fill the blank in the middle of the series or end of the series.

SCD, TEF, UGH, ____, WKL

(A) UJI

(B) VIJ

(C) XLM

(D) DOP

(E) None of these

 

(44) If it is possible to form a word with the first, fourth, seventh and eleventh letters of the word “SUPERFLUOUS”, write the first letter of that word. Otherwise, Z is your answer.

(A) S

(B) L

(C) O

(D) E

(E) Z

 

(45) How many pairs of letters are there in the word “SEQUENTIAL” which have as many letters between them (from both sides) as they have in the English alphabets?

(A) One

(B) Two

(C) Three

(D) Four

(E) More than four

 

(46) Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group?

(A) Scientist

(B) Engineer

(C) Teacher

(D) Architect

(E) Doctor

 

(47) If ‘Rain’ denotes ‘-‘ ,’Queen’ denotes ‘X’ and ‘Apple’ denotes ‘+‘, then 42 Rain 7 Rain 8 Apple 6 Queen 4 = ?

(A) 62

(B) 68

(C) 51

(D) 68

(E) None of these

 

(48) What should come next in the following letter series based on English alphabet?

CEA IKG OQM (?)

(A) STW

(B) WUS

(C) SWU

(D) UWS

(E) None of these

 

(49) What should come next in the following letter series?

PQRSTABCDEPQRSABCDPQRABCPQA

(A) R

(B) T

(C) A

(D) B

(E) None of these

 

(50) The positions of how many digits in the number 59164823 will remain unchanged after the digits are rearranged in descending order within the number?

(A) None

(B) One

(C) Two

(D) Three

(E) More than three

 

(51) In this series only letters are available which follow a certain pattern throughout. Candidate has to recognize this pattern and to give the required answer.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

How many such vowels are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded as well as followed by a consonant?

(A) One

(B) Two

(C) Three

(D) Four

(E) None of these

 

(52) F @ 5 3 R $ J P E 1 H % I 8 4 B A W 2 U G 6 * 9 d Z N M © V

Which of the following element is 18th from the left end ?

(A) %

(B) I

(C) Q

(D) 1

(E) None of these

 

(53) F @ 5 3 R $ J P E 1 H % I 8 4 B A W 2 U G 6 * 9 d Z N M © V

Which of the following is the 10th to the left of the 18th from the left end of the above arrangement?

(A) J

(B) E

(C) A

(D) P

(E) None of these

 

(54) F @ 5 3 R $ J P E 1 H % I 8 4 B A W 2 U G 6 * 9 d Z N M © V

Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their position in the above arrangement hence form a group. Which is the one does not belong to that group?

(A) $ E P

(B) H 8 I

(C) 8 8 B

(D) J 1 %

(E) 6 d 9

 

(55) SCD, TEF, UGH, ____, WKL

(A) CMN

(B) UJI

(C) VIJ

(D) IJT

(E) None of these

 

(56) FAG, GAF, HAI, IAH, ____

(A) JAK

(B) HAL

(C) HAK

(D) JAI

(E) None of these

 

(57) ELFA, GLHA, ILJA, _____, MLNA

(A) OLPA

(B) KLMA

(C) LLMA

(D) KLLA

(E) None of these

 

(58) CMM, EOO, GQQ, _____, KUU

(A) GRR

(B) GSS

(C) ISS

(D) ITT

(E) None of these

 

(59) QPO, NML, KJI, _____, EDC

(A) HGF

(B) CAB

(C) JKL

(D) GHI

(E) None of these

 

(60) JAK, KBL, LCM, MDN, _____

(A) OEP

(B) NEO

(C) MEN

(D) PFQ

(E) None of these

 

(61) BCB, DED, FGF, HIH, ___

(A) JKJ

(B) HJH

(C) IJI

(D) JHJ

(E) None of these

 

(62) If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the second, the fourth, the seventh and the eight letters of the word CONTROVERSIAL which of the following will be the first letter of the word? If more than one such word can be made, given 'M' as the answer. If no such word can be made, give 'X' as the answer.

(A) X

(B)V

(C)M

(D)T

(E) None of these

 

(63) If it is possible to make only one meaningful word with the fourth, the fifth, the seventh and the eleventh letters of the word PREDICTABLE, which of the following will be the first letter of that word? If only two such words can be formed, give 'P' as the answer; if three or more than three such words can be formed, given 'Z' as the answer; and if no such word can be formed, given 'X' as the answer.

(A)D

(B)T

(C)P

(D)Z

(E) None of these

 

(64) R * T J L 2 $ D = M # 8 C % B Which of the following is 16th towards the left of the 18th from the left end?

(A) C

(B)%

(C)8

(D)1

(E) None of these

 

(65) F J M P O W R N B E Y C K A V L D G X U H I S Z T Four of the following five are like in a certain way based on their position in the above arrangement and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?

(A) OMR

(B)ECN

(C)BRY

(D)KYV

(E) None of these

 

(66) The position of how many letters in the word BRAKES remains unchanged when they are arranged in alphabetical order

(A)1

(B)2

(C)3

(D)4

(E) None of these

 

(67) In a certain code, CONDEMN is written as CNODMEN. How will TEACHER be written in the code?

(A) TAECEHR

(B)TCAEHER

(C)TAECHER

(D)AEECHR

(E) None of these

 

(68) In a certain code, CALANDER is written as CLANAEDR. How is CIRCULAR written in that code?
(A)ICCRLURA

(B) CRIUCLRA

(C) ICRCLUAR

(D) CRIUCALR

(E) None of these

 

(69) If NARGRUED is the code for GRANDEUR, which word is coded as SERPEVRE?
(A)PERSEVER

(B) PREVERSE

(C) PRESERVE

(D) PERSERVE

(E) None of these

 

(70) In a certain code language, HAND is written as SZMW, then what will be the code of MILK?

(A) RNOP

(B) PNRO

(C) NROP

(D) ORNP

(E) None of these

 

(71) If in a certain language, TRIANGLE is coded as SQHZMFKD, which word would be coded as DWZLOKD?

(A) DISJOIN

(B) DISMISS

(C) FIGMENT

(D) EXAMPLE

(E) None of these

 

(72) If FULFNHW is the code for CRICKET, then EULGH is the code for which word?
(A) BRIDE

(B) PRIDE

(C) BLADE

(D) BLIND

(E) None of these

 

(73) In a certain code, GIGANTIC is written as GIGTANCI. How is MIRACLES written in that code?
(A) RIMLCAES

(B) MIRLCAES

(C) MIRLACSE

(D)RIMCALSE

(E) None of these

 

(74) In a certain code, CAT is written as SATC and DEAR is written as SEARD. How would SING be written in that code?

(A) SINGS

(B) GNISS

(C) SGNIS

(D) BGINS

(E) None of these

 

(75) If STRONG is written as ROTNSG, then how would NAGPUR be written in the same code?
(A) PGAURN

(B) GPUANR

(C) PGUARN

(D) GPAUNR

(E) None of these

 

(76) In a certain code, MONKEY is written as XDJMNL. How is TIGER written in that code?
(A) SDFHS

(B) SHFDQ

(C) QDFHS

(D) UJHFS

(E) None of these

 

(77) If in a certain language, GAMBLE is coded as FBLCKF, how is FLOWER coded in that code?
(A) GKPVFQ

(B) GMPVDS

(C) EMNXDS

(D) EKNVDQ

(E) None of these

 

(78) In a certain code, TOGETHER is written as RQEGRJCT. In the same code, PAROLE will be written as

(A) NCPQJG

(B) NCQPJG

(C) RCPQJK

(D) RCTQNG

(E) None of these

 

(79) If in a certain code, SWITCH is written as TVJSDG, which word would be written as CQFZE?
(A) BARED

(B) BRAED

(C) BREAD

(D) BRADE

(E) None of these

 

(80) If FULFNHW is the code for CRICKET, then EULGH is the code for which word?
(A) PRIDE

(B) BLADE

(C) BRIDE

(D) BLIND

(E) None of these

 

(81) How many such pairs of letters are there in the letter in the word TROUBLE each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet?

(A) None

(B)1

(C)2

(D)3

(E) None of these

 

(82 to 86) E 4 B % R 3 A 6 # F H @ I 2 D 9 © K U $ W 1 M P 5 * Q 8 T

(82) If all the numbers are dropped from the above arrangement, which of the following will be the ninth to the left of W ?

(A) A

(B)#

(C)R

(D) ©

(E) None of these

 

(83) How many such numbers are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a symbol and immediately followed by a letter ?

(A) None

(B)1

(C)2

(D)3

(E) None of these

 

(84) Which of the following is the fifth to the right of the eighteenth from the right end of the above arrangement ?

(A) ©

(B)I

(C)A

(D)M

(E) None of these

 

(85) Which of the following is the fourth to the right of twelfth from the left end of the above arrangement ?

(A)2

(B)D

(C)9

(D)M

(E) None of these

 

(86) Four of the following five are alike in certain way based on their positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?

(A) F @ #

(B) D © 2

(C) U W K

(D) % 3 B

(E) 5 Q M

 

(87 to 91) S K 6 £ Q 2 R * C F 8 E $ G 2 # 4 9 L N 3 U V 5 Y a B 7 W 9

(87) How many symbols are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by but not immediately followed by a letter of English alphabet?

(A) Nil

(B)1

(C)3

(D)4

(E) None of these

 

(88) What should come in place of question mark in the following series?

S 9 K 6 W £ Q 7 2 ? C a F

(A) R Y *

(B) *Y C

(C) 2 B R

(D) R B *

(E) None of these

 

(89) If the positions of # and $ are interchanged, so also the positions of £ and ê,Q and K and F and V are interchanged, which of the following will be the ninth element to the left of eighteenth element from the left?

(A) C

(B) V

(C) 8

(D) *

(E) None of these

 

(90) Four of the following five are alike in respect of their positions in the above series. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

(A) Q * 8

(B) £ R F

(C) 6 2 C

(D) 2 * 8

(E) R F $

 

(91) S K £ is related to 9 W B in the same way as Q 2 * is related to

(A) a V U

(B) a Y 5

(C) 7 B Y

(D) B Y V

(E) a Y V

 

(92 TO 96 )

(92) 6 R 0 T 4 A 8 % B F 1 E # W @ 9 H I $ M N * 3 2 V $ 5 G P 7 Q

How many such consonants are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a consonant and immediately followed by a number?

(A) None

(B) One

(C) Two

(D) Three

(E) None of these

 

(93) How many such vowels are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a letter but immediately not followed by a symbol?

(A) None

(B) One

(C)Two

(D) Three

(E) None of these

 

(94) Which of the following is the fourth to left of the twelfth from the left end?

(A) 8

(B) B

(C) 2

(D) %

(E) None of these

 

(95) Three of the following four are alike in a certain way based on their positive in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

(A) 406

(B) F%A

(C) @#1

(D) $H9

(E) None of these

 

(96) If all the symbols are eliminated from the above arrangement, than which of the following will be the 5th to the right of 10thelement from the right end?

(A) 4

(B) 5

(C) V

(D) A

(E) None of these

 

(97 to 100)

M 3 R # A P 4 9 @ K D 1 U H 5 $ 2 N $ W E Q 6 T V 7 * 8 B X

(97) Which of the following elements is the fourth to the right of 12th from right end?

(A) 9

(B) 6

(C) 5

(D) $

(E) None of these

 

(98) How many such numbers are there in the above arrangement which are immediately preceded by a symbol?

(A) 2

(B) 1

(C) None

(D) 3

(E) None of these

 

(99) If started from M, M is interchanged with 3 and R is interchanged with  #and so on than which element will be twelfth from left?

(A) 1

(B) $

(C) N

(D) D

(E) None of these

 

(100) What will come next in the following sequence- MRP,9KU,52W?

(A) QT7

(B) 6V8

(C) QT*

(D) QV7

(E) None of these


 

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blood relation

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(1) A is B's sister. C is B's mother. D is C's father. E is D's mother. Then, how is A related to D?

(A) Son

(B) Daughter

(C) Grand-daughter

(D) Grand-mother

(E)None of these

 

(2) Pointing out to a lady, a girl said, "She is the daughter-in-law of the grandmother of my father's only son." How is the lady related to the girl ?

(A) Can't be determined

(B)Mother

(C)Daughter

(D) Grand-mother

(E)None of these

 

(3) There are six persons A. B, C, D, E and F. C is the sister of F. B is the brother of E's husband. D is the father of A and grandfather of F. There are two fathers, three brothers and a mother in the group. Who is the mother ?

(A)B

(B)C

(C)E

(D)A

(E)None of these

 

(4) P is the brother of Q and R. S is R's mother. T is P's father. Which of the following statements cannot be definitely true ?

(A) Q is T's son

(B) T is Q's father

(C) P is S's son

(D) Can't be determined

(E)None of these

 

(5) There is a family of six persons A, B, C, D, E and F. They are Lawyer, Doctor, Teacher, Salesman, Engineer and Accountant There are two married couples in the family. D, the Salesman is married to the Lady Teacher. The Doctor is married to the Lawyer. F, the Accountant is the son of B and brother of E. C, the Lawyer is the daughter-in-law of A. E is the unmarried Engineer. A is the grandmother of F. How is E related to F?

(A) Sister

(B) Cousin

(C)Mother

(D) Can't be determined

(E)None of these

 

(6) Pointing to a person, a man said to a woman, "His mother is the only daughter of your father." How was the woman related to the person ?

(A)Mother

(B)Sister

(C)Aunt

(D) Grand-mother

(E)None of these

 

(7) In a family, there are six members A, B, C, D, E and F. A and B are a married couple, A being the male member. D is the only son of C, who is the brother of A. E is the sister of D. B is the daughter-in-law of F, whose husband has died. How is E related to C ?

(A)Daughter

(B)Mother

(C)Cousin

(D)Aunt

(E)None of these

 

(8) A girl introduced a boy as the son of' the daughter of the father of her uncle. The boy is girl's ?

(A)Father

(B)Son

(C)Brother

(D) Can't be determined

(E)None of these

 

(9) Pointing to a man in a photograph. Asha said. "His mother's only daughter is my mother." How is Asha related to that man ?

(A) Mother

(B)Sister

(C)Niece

(D)Cousin

(E)None of these

 

(10) A woman introduces a man as the son of the brother of her mother. How is the man, related to the woman ?

(A) Mother

(B)Sister

(C)Niece

(D)Cousin

(E)None of these

 

(11) Pointing towards a person in a photograph, Anu said, "He is the only son of the father of my sister's brother." How is that person is related to Anu ?

(A)Brother

(B)Brother in law

(C)Son

(D) Can't be determined

(E)None of these

 

(12) Ramola told Mani, "The girl I met yesterday at the beach was the youngest daughter of the brother-in-law of my friend's mother." How is the girl related to Ramola's friend ?

(A) Mother

(B)Sister

(C)Niece

(D)Cousin

(E)None of these

 

(13) A family consists of six members P, Q, R, S, T and U. There are two married couples. Q is a doctor and the father of T. U is grandfather of R and is a contractor. S is grandmother of T and is a housewife. There is one doctor, one contractor, one nurse, one housewife and two students in the family. Which of the following is definitely a group of male members ?

(A)PRS

(B)QU

(C)QPS

(D)RS

(E)None of these

 

(14) A is father of C and D is son of B. E is brother of A. If C is sister of D, how is B related to E ?

(A) Mother

(B)Sister

(C)Aunt

(D)Sister in law

(E)None of these

 

(15) All the six members of a family A, B, C, D, E and F are travelling together. B is the son of C but C is not the mother of B. A and C are a married couple. E is the brother of C. D is the daughter of A. F is the brother of B. Who is the mother of B ?

(A)A

(B)D

(C)E

(D) Can't be determined

(E)None of these

 

(16) Pointing to a girl in the photograph, Rakesh said, "Her mother's brother is the only son of my mother's father." How is the girl's mother related to Rakesh ?

(A) Mother

(B)Sister

(C)Aunt

(D)Grand mother

(E)None of these

 

(17) A girl introduced a boy as the son of the daughter of the father of her uncle. The boy is girl's ,

(A)Father

(B)Son

(C)Brother

(D) Can't be determined

(E)None of these

 

(18) If X is the brother of the son of Y's son, how is X related to Y ?

(A) Son

(B) Brother

(C) Cousin

(D) Grandson

(E) None of these

 

(19) When Karan saw Manish, he recalled, "He is the son of the father of my daughter." Who is Manish ?

(A)Brother

(B)Brother in law

(C)Uncle

(D) Can't be determined

(E)None of these

 

(20) Pointing to a photograph, a lady tells Pardeep, "I am the only daughter of this lady and her son is your maternal uncle." How is the speaker related to Pardeep's father ?

(A)Wife

(B)Sister

(C)Mother

(D)Aunt

(E)None of these

 

(21) Introducing a man. a woman said, "He is the only son of my mother's mother." How is the woman related to the man ?

(A) Mother

(B)Sister

(C)Niece

(D)Cousin

(E)None of these

 

(22) Pointing to a man in a photograph. Astha said. "His mothers only daughter is my mother." How is Astha related to that man ?

(A) Niece

(B)Mother

(C)Wife

(D)Cousin

(E)None o