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# Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-107)

Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-107):

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Here in Scoring Part we are providing 15 Questions in Puzzles, Sitting Arrangements, 5 Questions in (Inequality, Coding, Alphanumeric, and Syllogism), and total 20 questions in 20 Minutes. By practising these questions regularly you can increase you calculation speed and it will help you to increase you score.

Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-107)

Direction (Q 1-5):

Eight persons – Elesh, Vikram, Vinay, Denny, Ela, Farukh, Gurpreet and Hitesh – are sitting around a circular table facing away from the centre. Each of them likes a novel of a different writer, viz Chetan Bhagat, William Faulkner, Charles Dickens, Leo Tolstoy, Mark Twain, George Eliot, Bob Mayor and Marcel Proust, but not necessarily in the same order. Elesh, who likes Leo Tolstoy, sits third to the right of Ela. The one who likes Marcel Proust sits second to the left of Denny, who likes the novel of Chetan Bhagat. Vinay, who likes William Faulkner, sits between the persons who like George Eliot and Marcel Proust. Denny sits second to the left of Vikram, who cannot sit adjacent to Ela. Gurpreet likes Bob Mayor and sits second to the right of Hitesh, who likes Charles Dickens.

1. What is the position of Denny with respect to the person who likes the novel of William Faulkner?
1. Third to the left
2. Third to the right
3. Second to the right
4. Fifth to the right
5. Fourth to the left
1. Which of the following combinations is definitely true?
1. Elesh – Marcel Proust
2. Hitesh – Chetan Bhagat
3. Ela – Bob Mayor
4. Farukh –Leo Tolstoy
5. Vikram – Mark Twain
1. How many persons are sitting between Ela and the person who likes the novel written by Leo Tolstoy (if counted from Ela in clockwise direction)?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. None
5. More than three
1. Who likes the novel of George Eliot?
1. Vikram
2. Denny
3. Ela
4. Farukh
5. Hitesh
1. Denny is related to ‘Marcel Proust’ and Gurpreet is related to Charles Dickens. In the same way, Farukh is related to whom among the following?
1. Chetan Bhagat
2. George Eliot
3. Bob Mayor
4. William Faulkner
5. Leo Tolstoy

Direction (Q 6-10):

There are seven persons – M, P, Q, R, S, T and U – who participated in a singing competition which started on 25th May and ended on 31st May. In the first round of the competition, each of them performed regional songs, viz Nepali, English, Marathi, Bengali, Kannada, Punjabi and Bhojpuri, but not necessarily in the same order. They like different colours, viz White, Yellow, Red, Black, Brown, Green and Pink, but not necessarily in the same order. U, who likes Green, performed on the fourth day of the competition but performed neither Nepali nor English song. Two performances were held between the performance of U and T, neither of whom performed on the 1st day of the week. There was one performance between the performance of R and Q. But Q’s performance did not happen either on 1st or on 3rd day of the competition. Q likes Yellow colour and performed Nepali song. The one who performed Marathi song on the last day of competition, likes Red colour. P did not perform on the day either immediately before or immediately after the performance of R, who does not like either Brown or White or Black colour. S performed immediately after Q and he likes White colour.M does not like Brown colour and performed a Bengali song. R did not perform either Bhojpuri or Punjabi song. The one who performed in Kannada was scheduled immediately after the performance of the Nepali singer.

1. Which of the following combinations is definitely false regarding their schedule?
1. Q-Yellow-Nepali
2. R-Pink-English
3. M-Black-Bengali
4. U-Green-Marathi
5. None of these
1. Who among the following performed on the fifth day of the competition?
1. S
2. T
3. Q
4. M
5. None of these
1. Who sings Punjabi song?
1. U
2. R
3. P
4. Either P or U
5. None of these
1. If ‘U’ is related to ‘Yellow’, ‘S’ is related to ‘Red’, then which of the following is ‘R’ related to?
1. Brown
2. Green
3. Black
4. Pink
5. None of these
1. Which of the following combinations is true?
1. M’s performance was held on the fifth day of the week.
2. S likes Green colour.
3. R sings Nepali song.
4. S’s performance was scheduled before Q but after T.
5. None of these

Directions (Q.11-15): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
Eight owners A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are taking their cats Sweety, Lovely, Caesar, Toffee, Kitty, Honey, Dolly and Cookie for the routine check-up. The cats are black, brown or white. The cats are made to wait in a straight line and are seated facing the north. Same coloured cats are not adjacent to each other.

• Caesar and only one other cat is brown coloured.
• Kitty is at one of the corners. Cookie is seated fourth to the right of Sweety and is black coloured.
• Toffee and Honey are immediate neighbours of Cookie.
• Caesar is fifth to the left of Kitty.
• Lovely is an immediate neighbour of Caesar and is not black coloured.
• Cookie’s immediate neighbours are of the same colour.
• Honey and Dolly are immediate neighbours.
• Black and brown cats are seated at the two ends.
• F and H own black cats. A owns a white cat.
• B’s cat is an immediate neighbour of D’s and F’s cat.
• G owns Honey. E owns the brown cat.
• A does not own Toffee.
1. Which of the following is definitely a correct combination of cat: colour: owner?
1.  Sweety: Black: C
2.  Caesar: Brown: B
4.  Dolly: Black: H
5.  Kitty: Brown: E
1. If Sweety is owned by H then C owns which of the following cats?
1.  Dolly
2.  Kitty
4.  Caesar
5.  Lovely
1. Who among the following owns the white cats?
1.  G, A, D
2.  B, G, A
3.  D, A, B
4.  C, B, A
5.  C, G, A
1. If all the cats visit the veterinary doctor one by one from left to right, who will visit second last?
1.  Kitty
2.  Honey
3.  Dolly
5.  Lovely
1. How many cats are arranged between the two brown cats?
1.  None
2.  One
3.  Two
4.  Three
5.  Four

Direction (Q 16 – 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.

1. Conclusions:
Some boxes are buses
Some buses are roads is a possibility
Some roads are cars is a possibility
a) Statements:
Some buses are cars.
Some cars are boxes.
b) Statements:
Some buses are cars.
All cars are boxes.
c) Statements:
All buses are cars.
Some cars are boxes.
d) Statements:
Some buses are cars.
No cars are boxes.
e) Statements:
Some buses are cars.
Some cars are boxes.
1.  a
2.  b
3.  c
4.  d
5.  e

17) Conclusions:
Some rabbits are bats is a possibility
Some carrots are cells
Some carrots are bats is a possibility
All rabbits are cells is a possibility
a) Statements:
All bats are cells.
All cells are rabbits.
Some rabbits are carrots.
b) Statements:
Some bats are cells.
Some cells are rabbits.
Some rabbits are carrots.
c) Statements:
All bats are cells.
All cells are rabbits.
No rabbits are carrots.
d) Statements:
All bats are cells.
Some cells are rabbits.
All rabbits are carrots.
e) Statements:
No bats are cells.
Some cells are rabbits.
Some rabbits are carrots.

1.  a
2.  b
3.  c
4.  d
5.  e

18)Conclusions:
No cards are tools
Some doors are not lines
Some doors are not cards
Some doors are tools
a) Statements:
Some cards are lines.
No lines are tools.
Some tools are doors.
b) Statements:
All cards are lines.
No lines are tools.
No tools are doors.
c) Statements:
All cards are lines.
All lines are tools.
All tools are doors.
d) Statements:
Some cards are lines.
Some lines are tools.
Some tools are doors.
e) Statements:
All cards are lines.
No lines are tools.
All tools are doors.

1.  a
2.  b
3.  c
4.  d
5.  e

19) Conclusions:
Some cars are boats
All leafs are wires is a possibility
Some leafs are not boats
Some cars are leafs is a possibility
a) Statements:
Some wires are leafs.
No wire is a boat.
All boats are cars.
b) Statements:
Some wires are leafs.
Some wire is a boat.
Some boats are cars.
c) Statements:
No wires are leafs.
No wire is a boat.
All boats are cars.
d) Statements:
Some wires are leafs.
Some wire is a boat.
No boats are cars.
e) Statements:
Some wires are leafs.
No wire is a boat.
No boats are cars.

1.  a
2.  b
3.  c
4.  d
5.  e

20) Conclusions:
Some sheets are buses
All cycles are buses is a possibility
Some sheets are cycles
All files are buses is a possibility
a) Statements:
Some buses are cycles.
Some cycles are files.
Some files are sheets.
b) Statements:
All buses are cycles.
Some cycles are files.
All files are sheets.
c) Statements:
Some buses are cycles.
All cycles are files.
All files are sheets.
d) Statements:
Some buses are cycles.
No cycles are files.
Some files are sheets.
e) Statements:
Some buses are cycles.
No cycles are files.
All files are sheets.

1.  a
2.  b
3.  c
4.  d
5.  e