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Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-92)

Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-92):

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Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-92)

Directions (Q. 1 – 5): In each group of questions below are given two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two/three statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer

  1. if only conclusion I follows.
  2. if only conclusion II follows.
  3. if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
  4. if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.
  5. if both conclusion I and conclusion II follow.

1) . Statements: All fruits are vegetables.

Some vegetables are pulses.

Some pulses are not cereals.

Conclusions:

I. Some vegetables are not cereals.

II. All vegetables being fruits is a possibility.

 

2)  Statements: All schools are colleges

All schools are universities

No university is a campus.

Conclusions: I. All colleges are universities

II. All schools being campus is a possibility.

 

3)  Statements: Some exams are tests.

No exam is a question.

Conclusions:

I. No question is a test.

II. Some tests are definitely not exams.

 

Direction (4-5):

Statements: All forces are energies.

All energies are powers.

No power is heat.

4)  Conclusions: I. Some forces are definitely not powers.

II. No heat is force.

5)  Conclusions: I. No energy is heat.

II. Some forces being heat is a possibility.

Direction (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Eight persons – Peter, Thomson, Anderson, Robert, Faulkner, Broad, Lillee and Harper – are sitting around a circular table facing outward from the centre. Each of them belongs to a different district of Tamilnadu, viz Dharmapuri, Pudukkottai, Erode, Virudhunagar, Dindigul, Kanchipuram, Tiruppur and Namakkal, but not necessarily in the same order. Peter belongs to Virudhunagar and sits third to the right of Faulkner. The one who belongs to Namakkal sits second to the left of Robert, who belongs to Dharmapuri. Anderson belongs to Pudukkottai and sits between the persons who belong to Kanchipuram and Namakkal. Robert sits second to the left of Thomson, who cannot sit adjacent to Faulkner. Lillee belongs to Tiruppur and sits second to the right of Harper, who belongs to Erode.

 

6) What is the position of Faulkner with respect to Anderson?

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

 

7) Which of the following combinations is true?

  1. Broad – Dindigul
  2. Robert – Erode
  3. Peter – Kanchipuram
  4. Faulkner – Dharmapuri
  5. Thomson – Dindigul

 

8)How many persons are sitting between Thomson and the one who belongs to Namakkal?

  1. None
  2. Two
  3. One
  4. Three
  5. Five

 

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

  1. Robert sits on the immediate left of Peter.
  2. Thomson sits second to the left of Faulkner.
  3. The one who belongs to Erode sits exactly between Robert and Thomson.
  4. Faulkner sits opposite the person who belongs to Virudhunagar.
  5. Both 1) and 4)

 

10) Who amongst the following are immediate neighbours of Harper?

  1. Robert, Peter
  2. Thomson, Robert
  3. Lillee, Anderson
  4.  Faulkner, Peter
  5. Broad, Thomson

 

Direction (Q 11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

The festival of an institute was organised from 14th to 21st December.14th was Wednesday. During that

period six functions were organised, viz Swimming, Singing, Quiz, Dancing, Sports and Drama. Only one

function is organised on each day according to further information.

  • Drama was not organised on the 21st December.
  • Quiz was organised on the previous day of Singing.
  • Sports was organised neither on Wednesday nor on Saturday.
  • No function was organised on Thursday and Sunday. Dancing was organised on Monday.
  • There was a gap of two day’s between Singing and Sports

 

11)The festival started with which of the following functions?

  1. Quiz
  2. Singing
  3. Drama
  4. Sports
  5. None of these

 

12)Which of the following pairs of functions was organised on Wednesday?

  1. Drama, Sports
  2. Drama, Quiz
  3. Can’t be determined
  4. Drama, Swimming
  5. None of these

 

13)A gap of how many days was there between Quiz and Swimming?

  1. Five
  2. Four
  3. Three
  4. Two
  5. None of these

 

14) On which day Dancing was organised?

  1. Monday
  2. Thursday
  3. Saturday
  4. Wednesday
  5. None of these

 

15)Which of the following functions exactly precedes Dancing?

  1. Sports
  2. Drama
  3. Quiz
  4. Swimming
  5. None of these

 

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

P, Q, R, S, T, U and V live on seven different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered seven. Each one of them also likes a different ice-cream, viz Vanilla, Softy, Butterscotch, Chocobar, Orange, Cassata and Strawberry but not necessarily in the same order. T does not live on the lowermost floor. Only one person lives between Q and the one who likes Butterscotch. Only three persons live between Q and T. Q lives on one of the floor above T. Only two persons live between V and the one who likes Butterscotch. The one who likes Strawberry lives on one of the even-numbered floors above the one who likes Butterscotch. P lives immediately above U. P does not like Butterscotch. The one who likes Vanilla lives immediately above V. The one who likes Chocobar lives on one of the odd-numbered floors below U. Only one person lives between the one who likes Orange and the one who likes Cassata. V does not like Chocobar. S lives on one of the floors above R. S does not like Orange. V does not like Softy.

 

16)How many persons live between P and the one who likes Orange?

  1. None
  2. Two
  3. One
  4. Three
  5. Five

 

17)Which of the following statements is not true?

  1. The one who likes Softy lives on an odd-numbered floor.
  2. Only one person lives between T and U.
  3. T likes Vanilla and lives on an even-numbered floor.
  4. R lives on the lowermost floor of the building.
  5. All are true

 

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

  1. Q – Cassata
  2. T – Strawberry
  3. R – Vanilla
  4. U – Orange
  5. V – Butterscotch

 

19)If Q is related to Butterscotch and U is related to Vanilla, which of the following is related to Cassata in the same way?

  1. V
  2. R
  3. Q
  4. S
  5. P

 

20)If all the persons are made to sit in alphabetical order from top to bottom, the positions of how many people will remain unchanged?

  1. None
  2. Two
  3. Three
  4. One
  5. Four

 

Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-92)

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