Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-109)

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Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-109):

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Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-109)

Directions (Q.1-5): 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
  3.  Cookie: Black: H
  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
  3.  Cookie
  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
  4.  Cookie
  5.  Lovely
  1. How many cats are arranged between the two brown cats?
  1.  None
  2.  One
  3.  Two
  4.  Three
  5.  Four

Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. Eight persons from different cities such as Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kochi, Chennai, Patna, Jaipur and Indore presenting eight different flowers such as Marigold, Lotus, Lilies, Roses, Hibiscus, Sunflower, Musk Rose and Zinnia . Each of them live in different floors. The ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above it is numbered 2, ans so on, and the topmost floor is numbered 8. And each of them having a android version mobile in the android version names of Jelly Bean, Kitkat, Lollipop and Marshmallow. The person who is from Hyderabad presenting Zinnia as a flower. The person who is presenting Musk Rose having Marshmallow version. The third floor stayed person presenting Lotus and having a version in the android version name of Jelly Bean. Lilies are presented by the person who is having Kitkat version. Minimum of three persons stayed below of Indore city person. And the person who belongs to Kochi not stayed in the odd numbered floor. The android version name Kitkat and Marshmallow having same number of persons. Bangalore city person stayed one floor below from the person who is belongs to Hyderabad. The top floor is not occupied by the person from Jaipur. The Lollipop version owned person presenting Marigold. The persons from Kochi and Hyderabad having same android version and both of them not having Kitkat version and also three persons stayed in between them. The persons who are presenting Roses flower and Lotus are having same android version with the one who is presenting Hibiscus. The Lollipop version owned person stayed in fourth floor. There are four persons stayed in between of Jaipur and Kochi. The lowest floor is occupied by the Chennai city person. Only three persons having one kind of android version and the person from Jaipur who is presenting Hibiscus is one of them. The person from Patna and the person who presenting Hibiscus are not stayed in the even numbered floor. Only one person having Lollipop version. The person from Mumbai who likes to present Sunflowers stayed in even numbered floor and is having same android version with the person , who is presenting Lilies also stayed in first floor. Marshmallow version is owned by the person who is from Kochi. The person who presenting Zinnia stayed above the floor of the person who is presenting Musk Rose. The Patna who is presenting Lotus having same android version with the person from Indore

  1. How many persons have Jelly Bean android version?
  1.  One
  2.  Two
  3.  Three
  4.  Four
  5.  Five
  1. Who lives in the sixth floor?
  1.  The one who is from Hyderabad
  2.  The one who is from Kochi
  3.  The one who is from Jaipur
  4.  The one who is from Mumbai
  5.  The one who is from Indore
  1. Hibiscus flower present by which of the following city person?
  1.  Bangalore
  2.  Hyderabad
  3.  Kochi
  4.  Mumbai
  5.  Jaipur
  1. Which of the following person sits exactly between who are presenting Marigold and Zinnia?
  1.  The one who presents Lotus flower
  2.  The one who presents Musk Rose flower
  3.  The one who presents Sunflowers flower
  4.  The one who presents Roses flower
  5.  The one who presents Lilies flower
  1. Which of the following combinations is true?
  1.  2 – Lilies – Marshmallow – Chennai
  2.  4 – Marigold – Lollipop – Bangalore
  3.  8 – Marigold – Kitkat – Chennai
  4.  7 – Lotus – Jelly Bean – Mumbai
  5.  None of these

Direction (Q 11-15): 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 rivers are sands
    Some jungles are hills 
    Some sands are hills 
    Some sands are roads
  1.  Statements: Some hills are roads All roads are sands Some sands are jungles All jungles are river
  2.  Statements: Some hills are roads Some roads are sands Some sands are jungles Some jungles are river
  3.  Statements: All hills are roads No roads are sands No sands are jungles All jungles are river
  4.  Statements: All hills are roads All roads are sands All sands are jungles No jungles are river
  5.  Statements: All hills are roads All roads are sands All sands are jungles All jungles are river
  1. Conclusions: 
    Some buttons are needles is a possibility
    Some threads are not rooms
    Some houses are not button
    Some houses are threads is a possibility
  1.  Statements: All needles are threads No threads are buttons No button is room All rooms are houses
  2.  Statements: All needles are threads Some threads are buttons All buttons are room All rooms are houses
  3.  Statements: All needles are threads No threads are buttons No button is room No rooms are houses
  4.  Statements: All needles are threads Some threads are buttons No button is room All rooms are houses
  5.  Statements: All needles are threads Some threads are buttons No button is room No rooms are houses
  1. Conclusions: 
    Some walls are paints is a possibility
    Some roofs are papers
    Some roofs are toys is a possibility
    Some papers are paints
  1.  Statements: Some paints are toys All toys are papers Some papers are walls Some walls are roofs
  2.  Statements: Some paints are toys All toys are papers Some papers are walls All walls are roofs
  3.  Statements: Some paints are toys Some toys are papers Some papers are walls Some walls are roofs
  4.  Statements: Some paints are toys No toys are papers All papers are walls All walls are roofs
  5.  Statements: All paints are toys Some toys are papers All papers are walls All walls are roofs
  1. Conclusions: 
    Some plants are flowers 
    Some bud is a rose is a possibility
    Some leaves are flowers
    Some plants are roses is a possibility
  1.  Statements: Some roses are flowers Some flowers are buds All buds are leaves All leaves are plants
  2.  Statements: Some roses are flowers Some flowers are buds Some buds are leaves All leaves are plants
  3.  Statements: Some roses are flowers Some flowers are buds Some buds are leaves Some leaves are plants
  4.  Statements: Some roses are flowers All flowers are buds Some buds are leaves All leaves are plants
  5.  Statements: All roses are flowers All flowers are buds Some buds are leaves Some leaves are plants
  1. Conclusions: 
    Some ledgers are books 
    Some cards are journals is a possibility
    Some ledgers are boards 
    Some cards are books is a possibility
  1.  Statements: Some books are journals All journals are ledgers Some ledgers are cards Some cards are boards
  2.  Statements: Some books are journals Some journals are ledgers Some ledgers are cards All cards are boards
  3.  Statements: Some books are journals All journals are ledgers Some ledgers are cards All cards are boards
  4.  Statements: Some books are journals All journals are ledgers All ledgers are cards No cards are boards
  5.  Statements: Some books are journals No journals are ledgers No ledgers are cards All cards are boards

Direction (16-20):

There are seven teachers – M, N, O, P, Q, R and S – who teach different subjects viz- Hindi, English, Math, Science, Physics, Chemistry and Biology but not necessarily in the same order. They teach on different days of the week starting from Monday. Also they also like different colours, viz- Red, Green, Black, White, Yellow, Violet and Orange but not necessarily in the same order.

N, who likes Violet, teaches on the fourth day of the week but neither Hindi nor Biology. Two persons teach between the days on which N and R teach and neither of them teach on the 1st day of the week. There is only one person teach between the days on which M and Oteaches. But O does not teach either on 1st or 3rd day of the week. O likes Green and teaches Hindi. The one, who teaches Math, teaches on the last day of the week and like Black. P does not teach on the day either immediately before or immediately after the day on which M teach, who doesn’t like either Yellow or Red or White.

S teaches immediately after O and he likes Red. Q teaches Chemistry and he doesn’t like yellow. M does not teach either Physics or Science. The one who teaches English takes class immediately after the day when Hindi has been taught.

  1. Which of the following combinations is definitely false?
  1. O – Green – Hindi
  2. M – Orange –Biology
  3. Q – White –Chemistry
  4. R – Green – Hindi
  5. None of these

17.Who among the following teaches on the 5th day of the week?

  1. The person who likes Orange
  2. The person who teaches Math
  3. The person who teaches Hindi
  4. The person who likes White
  5. None of these

18.Who teaches Science?

  1. The person who likes Violet
  2. The person who likes Orange
  3. The person who likes Yellow
  4. Either the person who likes Yellow or the person who likes Violet
  5. None of these

19.If ‘N’ is related to ‘Green’ and ‘S’ is related to ‘Black’ then which of the following is ‘M’ related to?

  1. Yellow
  2. Violet
  3. White
  4. Orange
  5. None of these

20.Who teaches Physics?

  1. The person who teaches on fourth day of the week
  2. The person who teaches just before Q
  3. The person who teaches just after Q
  4. Can’t be determined
  5. None of these

 

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