Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-103)

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Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-103):

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Direction (Q 1-5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
There are nine persons M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T and U in a family. There are three Generations in the family. They are sitting in a row, but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing East while some of them are facing facing West.  (Note : Facing the same direction means if one person faces East then the other person also faces East and if one person faces West then the other person also faces West. Facing the opposite direction means if one person faces East then the other person faces West and vice versa.) O who is M’s father sits fourth to the right of N who is the only daughter of Q and both face opposite directions. P sits third to the right of R who is N’s grand mother and one of them sits adjacent to U. P is unmarried and faces a direction similar to that of S. Q who is the sister of P sits at one of the end of the row. The immediate neighbour of Q is a female. Both the immediate neighbours of O are females and face in opposite directions. R’s husband O faces in East directions. U who is the wife of S sits exactly in the middle of the row and face in West directions. M who is a male, is the only sibling of S and sits exactly between P and N’s cousin who is a male. Both the persons sit at extreme end face East. M faces the same direction as that of R. O and U are the immediate neighbours of each other.

1) Which of the following statements is/are true with respect to the given arrangement ?

  1. S is the sister of M.
  2. Both the immediate neighbours of S are females.
  3. P is the daughter of O.
  4. Both 1) and 3)
  5. None of these

2) How is P related to M ?

  1. Wife
  2. Sister-in-law
  3. Brother-in-law
  4. Husband
  5. Can’t be determined

3) How many male members are there in the family ?

  1. Two
  2. Three
  3. Four
  4. Five
  5. Can’t be determined

4) Who sits third to the right of T’s mother ?

  1. The sister of Q.
  2. The son-in-law of O
  3. The father of T.
  4. The uncle of T.
  5. None of these

5) Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which one does not belong to that group ?

  1. T
  2. P
  3. U
  4. R
  5. N

Direction (Q 6-10): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the centre but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them speaks different languages viz— Hindi, Bhojpuri, Maithili, Gujarati, Punjabi, Odia, Tamil and Telugu but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them also belongs to different states viz— Bihar, Tamilnadu, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Kerala, Rajasthan, Jarkhand and Punjab but not necessarily in the same order.

G sits second to the right of the one who belongs to Gujarat. Neither F nor E belongs to Gujarat. The one who belongs to Rajsthan sits second to the right of F. The one who speaks Telugu sits second to the left of B. There are two persons sit between E and the one who belongs to Tamilnadu. The one who belongs to Jharkhand and D are immediate neighbours of each other. The one who speaks Gujarati and the one who speaks Punjabi are immediate neighbours of D. The one who speaks Gujarati sits immediate left of B. Neither the one who speaks Odia nor the one who speaks Tamil belongs to Tamilnadu. The one who speaks Tamil sits second to the right of the one who speaks Odia. The one who belongs to Mahatashtra and the one who belongs to Kerala are immediate neighbours of each other. Neither the one who belongs to Maharashtra nor the one who belongs to Kerala is an immediate neighbour of either F or the one who belongs to Tamilnadu. D does not belong to Tamilnadu. B sits second to the left of H. The one who speaks Odia is not an immediate neighbour of F. The one who speaks Tamil belongs to Bihar. Only one person sits between A and the one who belongs to Maharashtra. The one who belongs to Punjab sits third to the left of C. The one who belongs to Kerala does not speak Bhojpuri. C speaks Gujarati while A speaks Odia. H belongs to Tamilnadu. The one who speaks Maithili sits opposite to the one who speaks Bhojpuri.

6)  Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which one does not belong to that group?

  1. B – Punjab
  2. A – Jharkhand
  3. H – Maharastha
  4. C – Bihar
  5. D – Tamilnadu

7)Which of the following statements is/are true?

  1. B does not speak Maithili.
  2. The one who belongs to Bihar and the one who belongs Kerala are immediate neighbours.
  3. C belongs to Rajasthan.
  4. H speaks Hindi.
  5. None of these

8)Which of the following statements is/are not true?

  1. B sits second to the right of the one who speaks Telugu.
  2. G and H are not immediate neighbours.
  3. E and A sit opposite each other.
  4. Both 2) and 3)
  5. None of these

9) What is the position of A with respect to the one who belongs to Maharashtra?

  1. Second to the right
  2. Second to the left
  3. Third to the right
  4. Immediate left
  5. None of these

10) Who belongs to Kerala?

  1. The one who speaks Gujarati.
  2. The one who speaks Odia.
  3. The one who speaks Hindi.
  4. The one who speaks Tamil.
  5. None of these

Directions (Q. 11-12): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below. A man walks 8m towards east to reach point P. He turns to his right and walks 5m to reach point Q. Then, he turns to his left and walks 9m to reach point R and he turns to his right and walks 11m to reach point S. Finally he turns to his right and walks 20m to reach point T.

  1. What is the distance between starting point and Q?
  1.  13m
  2.  9m
  3.  √89m
  4.  3√27m
  5.  None of these

 

  1. If a man walked 3m towards east from point T to reach point U, then what is the distance between point U and starting point?
  1.  16m
  2.  25m
  3.  22m
  4.  33m
  5.  None of these
  1. A person starts from point A, walks 5m towards south and reaches point B. He then turns left and walks 8m and reaches point C. He then takes a right turn and walks 6m. He takes a final right turn and walks 8m to reach point D. What is the distance between point C and D?
  1. 13m
  2. 12m
  3. 10m
  4. 15m
  5. None of these
  1. A car started from point P and moves towards east. After moving a distance of 30m, it took a right turn, again after moving 15m, it took a left turn, and again after moving 10m, he took a right turn. Which direction is the car facing now?
  1.  North
  2.  South
  3.  West
  4.  North-west
  5.  South-west
  1. A directional post is erected on a crossing, in an accident it was turned in such a way that the arrow which was first showing east is now showing north. A passerby went in a wrong direction thinking it is east. In which direction is he actually travelling now?
  1. North
  2. East
  3. West
  4. South
  5. Cannot be determined

Directions (Q.16-20): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
Eight boxs: Red, Green, Blue, Pink, White, Yellow, Black and Orange are stacked in a 10 shelf cupboard. Two of the shelves are vacant. Only one box is kept in one shelf. The shelves are numbered 1-10 from bottom to top.

  • Only 2 boxs are kept below the White Box.
  • There is a gap of 4 shelves between the 2 vacant shelves.
  • Not more than one box is kept between the Green and Blue boxs.
  • None of the shelves above the Red box is vacant
  • Exactly 2 boxs are kept between Red and White boxs.
  • There is a gap of 2 shelves between the vacant shelf and the shelf having the Green box
  • Blue is kept just below one of the vacant shelves.
  • No box is kept between the Black and the Red box.
  • The number of boxs kept between the Red and Orange boxs is same as the number of boxs between the Blue and Pink boxs.
  1. Which of the boxs is kept just below the Yellow Box?
  1.  Black
  2.  Red
  3.  Orange
  4.  The shelf is vacant
  5.  Either 1 or 4
  1. How many  boxs are arranged between the Pink and the Red Boxs?
  1.  None
  2.  One
  3.  Two
  4.  Three
  5.  Four
  1. Which of the 2 boxs are kept in consecutive shelves?
  1.  White. Blue
  2.  Pink, Orange
  3.  Green, Pink
  4.  Black, Yellow
  5.  Yellow, Blue
  1. Which of the following boxs are kept at the top and the lowest shelves?
  1.  Yellow, Green
  2.  Pink, Black
  3.  Black, Orange
  4.  Yellow, Pink
  5.  Yellow, Orange
  1. Which of the following box is kept in shelf 6?
  1.  None
  2.  Yellow
  3.  Blue
  4.  White
  5.  Red

 

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