Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-115)

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Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-115):

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Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-115)

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Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Eight friends Antony, Shekhar, Thilak, Bharat, Gurpreet, Yogendra, Prabhu and Umesh live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered 1 and the topmost floor of the building is numbered 8. Each of them visits different deserts viz, Patagonian Desert, Great Victoria Desert, Kalahari Desert, Gobi Desert, Arabian Desert, Sahara Desert, Arctic Desert and Thar Desert but not necessarily in the same order.

  • The one who visitsGreat Victoria Desert lives on an even-numbered floor but not on the topmost floor
  • Only one person lives between Yogendra and the one who visitsArabian Desert
  • Only two persons live between Yogendra and the one who visitsGreat Victoria Desert
  • Neither Gurpreet nor Thilak lives on the first floor
  • Only one person lives between Thilak and the one who visitsKalahari Desert
  • Antony lives just above Yogendra
  • Only two persons live between Gurpreet and Antony
  • The one who visitsArabian Desert does not live on floor number one, Shekhar lives on an even-numbered floor and just above Thilak
  • The one who visitsGobi Desert lives on an even numbered floor and lives just above the person who visitsThar Desert
  • Thilak does not visitArabian Desert or Thar Desert
  • Only two persons live between the one who visitsSahara Desert and the one who visitsPatagonian Desert
  • Bharat does not visitArctic Desert
  • The one who visitsSahara Desert does not live on an odd-numbered floor
  • Umesh lives just below the one who visitsThar Desert
  1. How many persons are living between the one who visits Thar Desert and Prabhu?
  1.  One
  2.  Two
  3.  Three
  4.  Four
  5.  Five
  1. Gurpreet lives on which of the following floor?
  1.  7
  2.  5
  3.  3
  4.  4
  5.  2
  1. Which of the following person visit Arctic Desert?
  1.  Prabhu
  2.  Thilak
  3.  Umesh
  4.  Yogendra
  5.  Bharat
  1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?
  1.  Thar Desert
  2.  Kalahari Desert
  3.  Patagonian Desert
  4.  Arabian Desert
  5.  Gobi Desert
  1. Which of the following statement is true?
  1.  6 – Umesh – Patagonian Desert
  2.  1 –Prabhu- Kalahari Desert
  3.  4 – Shekhar – Great Victoria Desert
  4.  2 – Thilak – Sahara Desert
  5.  8 – Antony – Arabian Desert

Directions [Q. 6-10]: Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Seven Banking Aspirants Aathi, Bahu, Ciny, Deny, Elina, Faritha and Gaya wrote the SBI PO and the IBPS PO Examination. They scored 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 or 70 for every exam not necessarily in the same order.

  • Only Elina had scored same in both the exams.
  • In the SBI PO Exam Deny scored 40 more than Ciny.
  • Only Bahu’s and Ciny’s total score of both the exams is same.
  • Deny scored twice of Gaya in total (sum of both the exams).
  • Bahu’s score in SBI PO exam was equal to Faritha’s score in the IBPS PO Exam.
  • Faritha’s total score of both the exams was 110. A score less marks in SBI exam than G in same exam.
  • Not more than 2 persons scored less than Elina in the IBPS PO exam.
  • Ciny’s score in IBPS PO Exam was twice his score in SBI PO Exam.
  1. Who among the following scored the highest in the SBI PO Exam?
  1.  A
  2.  B
  3.  D
  4.  G
  5.  F
  1. If the cut off for both the exams was kept as 47.5 then who among the following will qualify both the exams.
  1.  A
  2.  B
  3.  C
  4.  D
  5.  F
  1. Who among the following has the 2ndhighest total?
  1.  A
  2.  B
  3.  C
  4.  D
  5.  Both B and C
  1. What is the difference between A’s SBI PO Exam’s score and G’s IBPS PO Exam’s score?
  1.  0
  2.  10
  3.  20
  4.  30
  5.  40
  1. Who among the following scored the least in IBPS PO Exam?
  1.  B
  2.  D
  3.  E
  4.  F
  5.  G

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 pears are grapes is a possibility
    Some guavas are oranges 
    Some bananas are grapes is a possibility
    No bananas are pears 
  1.  Statements: Some grapes are oranges Some oranges are bananas Some bananas are guavas No guava is pears
  2.  Statements: Some grapes are oranges Some oranges are bananas All bananas are guavas No guava is pears
  3.  Statements: Some grapes are oranges All oranges are bananas No bananas are guavas No guava is pears
  4.  Statements: Some grapes are oranges Some oranges are bananas All bananas are guavas All guavas is pears
  5.  Statements: Some grapes are oranges No oranges are bananas All bananas are guavas Some guava is pears

 

  1. Conclusions: 
    All dolls are pets 
    Some pets are doors 
    Some pets are dolls 
    Some malls are doors is a possibility
  1.  Statements: Some doors are dolls Some dolls are floors All floors are pets Some pets are malls
  2.  Statements: Some doors are dolls All dolls are floors Some floors are pets Some pets are malls
  3.  Statements: Some doors are dolls All dolls are floors Some floors are pets All pets are malls
  4.  Statements: Some doors are dolls All dolls are floors All floors are pets Some pets are malls
  5.  Statements: Some doors are dolls All dolls are floors No floors are pets Some pets are malls

 

  1. Conclusions: 
    Some messages are calls 
    Some texts are spoons is a possibility
    Some pencils are texts is a possibility
    Some pencils are calls is a possibility
  1.  Statements: Some spoons are calls All calls are texts Some texts are messages Some messages are pencils
  2.  Statements: Some spoons are calls Some calls are texts No texts are messages All messages are pencils
  3.  Statements: Some spoons are calls Some calls are texts All texts are messages Some messages are pencils
  4.  Statements: Some spoons are calls Some calls are texts Some texts are messages Some messages are pencils
  5.  Statements: Some spoons are calls No calls are texts All texts are messages No messages are pencils

 

  1. Conclusions: 
    Some benches are tables is a possibility
    Some desks are tables
    Some sofas are chairs is a possibility
    Some sofas are benches is a possibility
  1. Statements: All chairs are tables All tables are desks Some desks are benches Some desks are sofas
  2. Statements: All chairs are tables No tables are desks Some desks are benches All desks are sofas
  3. Statements: All chairs are tables All tables are desks No desks are benches No desks are sofas
  4. Statements: All chairs are tables No tables are desks No desks are benches Some desks are sofas
  5. Statements: No chairs are tables No tables are desks No desks are benches No desks are sofas
  1. Conclusions: 
    Some mints are chocolates
    Some water are mints is a possibility
    Some food are sweets is a possibility
    Some chocolates are foods is a possibility
  1. Statements: Some sweets are chocolates All chocolates are mints All mints are food No food is water
  2. Statements: Some sweets are chocolates No chocolates are mints Some mints are food All food is water
  3. Statements: All sweets are chocolates All chocolates are mints No mints are food No food is water
  4. Statements: Some sweets are chocolates No chocolates are mints Some mints are food Some food is water
  5. Statements: Some sweets are chocolates Some chocolates are mints Some mints are food Some food is water

Directions (Q.16-20): Study the following information and answer the questions given below:

 Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are playing a game of musical chairs. The chairs placed around a circular table face away from the table. Each person knows a different language – Marathi, Telugu, Kannada, Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, Hindi and English – but not necessarily in the same order. When all of them are sitting in the chairs during the game, the following conditions were fulfilled. C is a Hindi speaker and sits third to the left of E. The Tamil and the Punjabi speaker are immediate neighbours of each other. Neither the Punjabi nor the Tamil speaker is an immediate neighbour of either E or C. The Telugu and the English speaker are immediate neighbours of each other. Neither E nor D speaks English. The one who speaks Punjabi sits to the left of B, who speaks Kannada. A speaks Telugu and is not an immediate neighbour of the Hindi speaker. Only F sits between the Punjabi and the Marathi speaker. G sits third to the left of the person who speaks English.

  1. Which of the following pairs represents the immediate neighbours of the Marathi speaker?
  1. Punjabi and Bengali
  2. English and Punjabi
  3. Telugu and Bengali
  4. Kannada and Tamil
  5. None of these
  1. Who among the following speaks English?
  1. G
  2. H
  3. F
  4. E
  5. None of these
  1. How many persons sit between the Hindi speaker and D when counted in clockwise direction from the Hindi speaker?
  1. None
  2. One
  3. Two
  4. Three
  5. Four
  1. E speaks which of the following languages?
  1. Tamil
  2. Bengali
  3. Punjabi
  4. Marathi
  5. None of these
  1. Who among the following sits exactly between B and H?
  1. Telugu speaker
  2. Tamil speaker
  3. Punjabi speaker
  4. Marathi speaker
  5. Hindi speaker

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