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Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-113)

Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-113):

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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.

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Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-113)

Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. Nine persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I stay on a ten storeyed building with only one person on each floor. one of the floors is vacant. The floors are numbered 1-10 from bottom to top.

  • Sum of G and D’s floor number is equal to I’s floor number.
  • D lives just below the vacant floor.
  • Not more than 2 persons stay below C.
  • There are 4 floors between the vacant floor and the floor on which H stays.
  • Not more than 2 persons stay above H.
  • 2 persons stay between F and G.
  • C’s floor just below E’s floor.
  • B is not living on the lowest floor.
  1. How many persons stay between the floors of B and D?
  1.  None
  2.  One
  3.  Two
  4.  Three
  5.  More than three
  1. Who stays just below F floor?
  1.  H
  2.  I
  3.  B
  4.  E
  5.  The floor is vacant
  1. If F is related to H and I is related to G then G is related to whom among the following?
  1.  B
  2.  C
  3.  D
  4.  E
  5.  A
  1. Who is staying in the top floor?
  1.  I
  2.  A
  3.  K
  4.  H
  5.  B
  1. Which of the following floor is vacant?
  1.  Floor 5
  2.  Floor 4
  3.  Floor 3
  4.  Floor 2
  5.  Floor 1 

Directions (6-10): In the questions given below, certain symbols are used with the following meanings:
A @ B means A is greater than B.
A * B means A is either greater than or equal to B.
A # B means A is equal to B.
A $ B means A is either smaller than or equal to B.
A + B means A is smaller than B.

  1. Statements: T*U;   U $ W;   V @ L;   W + V
    Conclusions: 
    I) V @ T
    II) L # W
    III) T @ W
  1.  Only I and II follows
  2.  Only II and III follow
  3.  Only I and III follow
  4.  None follows
  5.  All follows
  1. Statements: B + D;   E $ T;   T * P;   P @ B
    Conclusions: 
    I) P$D
    II) [email protected]
    III) [email protected]
  1.  Only II follows
  2.  Only I and III follow
  3.  Only III follows
  4.  Only I follow
  5.  None of these
  1. Statements: D + T;   E $ V;   F * T;   E @ D
    Conclusions: 
    I) D$V
    II) D + F
    III) [email protected]
  1.  Only I follow
  2.  Only I and II follow
  3.  Only II follows
  4.  Only III follows
  5.  Only II & III follows
  1. Statements: E * F;   G $ H;   H # E;   G @ K
    Conclusions: 
    I) [email protected]
    II) H*F
    III) [email protected]
  1.  Only I and II follows
  2.  Only II and III follow
  3.  Only I and III follow
  4.  None follows
  5.  All follows
  1. Statements: P $ Q;   N # M;   M @ R;   R * P
    Conclusions: 
    I) P+N
    II) Q$M
    III) N * R
  1.  None follows
  2.  Only I follow
  3.  Only II follows
  4.  Only III follows
  5.  Only II & III follows

Directions (11-15): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

Eight children – A, B, C, D, E, F G and H live on seven different floors (numbered 1 to 8) of a building but not necessarily in same order. Each one of them has got different marks in a test – 9, 14, 16, 23, 35, 41, 48 and 57.

E lives on an even numbered floor below floor numbered 6. Two children live between E and one who got 41 marks. Same number of children live above E as below the floor of A. The one who got 23 marks lives on a floor immediately above A. One child lives between the ones who got 23 and 16 marks respectively.

Two children lives between the floors of G and one who got 35 marks such that G is above the one who got 35 marks. Neither A nor E got 35 marks. One child  lives between the ones who got 35 and 9 marks respectively. D lives on one of the floors below the one who got 35  marks. H got 9 marks and lives on an odd numbered floor. Difference between the marks of F and C is 21. F lives  above C. A did not get highest marks.

  1. Who got 35 marks?  
  1. D
  2. C
  3. B
  4. E
  5. F
  1. How many children live between A and H?
  1. Four
  2. Five
  3. None
  4. Three
  5. One
  1. Who got the highest marks?   
  1. D
  2. None of these
  3. G
  4. B
  5. E
  1. Which of the following combination of floor no – child – marks is true as per given arrangement?
  1. 3 – D – 57
  2.  5 – A – 48
  3. 7 – B – 16
  4. 8 – F – 41
  5. 4 – E – 23
  1. Who among the following lives on the floor numbered 4? 
  1. The one who got 48 marks
  2. B
  3. F
  4. D
  5. The one who got 16 marks

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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