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# Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-93)

Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-93):

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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-93)

Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Nine people Maaran, Sahib, Manohar, Deepak, Arun, Rajan, Hemant, Bharat and Sarath stay in a building. The building has nine floors and only one person stays on one floor. Each of them plants different trees namely- Banyan Tree, Coconut Tree, Mango Tree, Neem Tree, Peepal Tree, Teak Tree, Arjuna Tree, Palm Tree and Curry Tree. Each person belongs to different states, i.e. Andra Pradesh, Punjab, Assam, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Maharashtra, Haryana, Kerala and Tamil Nadu but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above it is numbered 2, and so on, and the topmost floor is numbered 9.
The one who belongs to Kerala stays on the 4th floor. There are 4 floors between the floors on which Deepak & Hemant stay with Deepak living above Hemant. Manohar stays on the floor immediately above Bharat’s floor. The one who plants Banyan Tree stays on an even numbered floor and is a neighbour of the one who plants Coconut Tree. Sarath does not belong to Punjab. The one who belongs to Andra Pradesh stays on the topmost floor. The one who plants Arjuna Tree stays immediately below the one who plants Peepal Tree. Arun plants Palm Tree. Rajan belongs to Sikkim and stays on 8th floor. There are 3 persons between the one who plants Neem Tree and the one who plant Palm Tree. There are two floors between the floors on which people from Tamil Nadu and Kerala stay. Arun stays immediately below the floor on which the person from Rajasthan lives. The person who plants Teak Tree belongs to Punjab and stays on an odd numbered floor. Sarath stays on the bottommost floor. The person who plants Mango Tree is from Rajasthan and stays on 6th floor. The person from Haryana stays on 2nd floor. The persons from Maharashtra and Punjab are not the neighbours of the person from Rajasthan. Deepak plants Coconut Tree and Hemant does not plant Banyan Tree. Sahib does not live below the floor of Maaran.

1. How many persons sit between  Hemant and the one who plants Neem Tree?
1.  Five
2.  Three
3.  Four
4.  Two
5.  Six
1. Mango Tree plant by which of the following person?
1.  Deepak
2.  Maaran
3.  Hemant
4.  Sarath
5.  Manohar
1. Which of the following persons sits exactly between Sarath and the one who plants Curry Tree?
1.  Bharat and Hemant
2.  Manohar and Arun
3.  Hemant and Deepak
4.  Maaran and Bharat
5.  Sahib and Arun
1. Who lives in the Third floor?
1.  Arun
2.  The one who plants Curry Tree
3.  The one who is from Punjab
4.  Rajan
5.  None of these
1. Which of the following combinations is true?
1.  4 – Kerala – Manohar – Neem Tree
2.  3 –Punjab – Hemant – Peepal Tree
3.  8 – Andra Pradesh – Sahib – Mango Tree
4.  7 – Tamil Nadu – Deepak – Coconut Tree
5.  None of these

Direction (Q.6-10):Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing six persons each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between the adjacent persons. In row1 P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are facing south. In row2 J, K, L, M, N and O are facing north.J is sitting third to the right of M. Either M or J is sitting at the extreme ends of the row. Q is facing J. U is sitting third to the right of Q. S not sits at the middle position of the row. N is sitting third to the right of K and is not sitting at the extreme ends of the row. T is sitting immediate right of Q. S is facing K. L is an immediate neighbour of neither N nor J. N is facing R.

1. In the row facing south who is sitting at the extreme ends of the row?
1.  R,S
2.  R,P
3.  S,Q
4.  R,Q
5.  P,Q
1. Who is sitting immediate right of N?
1.  M
2.  O
3.  L
4.  J
5.  None of these
1. Who are the immediate neighbours of U?
1.  S and P
2.  S and R
3.  P and R
4.  S and T
5.  None of these
1. If K is interchanges his position with M, similarly L with N and J with O, then who among the following is facing P?
1.  L
2.  M
3.  J
4.  N
5.  None of these
1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
1.  PU
2.  RT
3.  ML
4.  ON
5.  KL

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

There are seven girls Priya, Hasina, Nivetha, Ramya, Vaishnavi, Kavitha and Akila who participated in a interview which started on Monday and ended on Sunday. Eachof them attended interview on different companies TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Oracle, Tech Mahindra, Mphasis and HCL, but not necessarily in the same order. They attend interview on different cities, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kochi, Bangalore, Ahmadabad and Mysore, but not necessarily in the same order. Hasina did not attend interview on the day either immediately before or immediately after the interview of Ramya, who does not attend the interview on either Bangalore or Mumbai or Kochi. Two interviews were held between the interview of Akila and Kavitha, neither of whom attends the interview on Monday. There was one interview between the interview of Ramya and Nivetha. But Nivetha’s interview did not happen either on Monday or on Wednesday. Nivetha attend interview on Hyderabad and attended in the TCSCompany. The one, who attended interview on Wipro Company on the last day of week, attends interview on Chennai. Vaishnaviattended interview immediately after Nivetha and she attends interview on Mumbai. Priya does not attend interview on Bangalore and attended interview on Oracle Company. Ramya did not attend interview on either HCL or Mphasis Company. The one who attend interview on Tech Mahindra Company was scheduled immediately after the interview of TCS Company. Akila, who attends the interview on Ahmadabad, attended the interview on the fourth day of the week but attended the interview on neither TCSnor Infosys Company.

1. Akila attends interview on which of the following company?
1.  Mphasis
2.  HCL
3.  TCS
4.  Wipro
5.  Either Mphasis or HCL
1. Who among the following attends the interview on Kochi?
1.  Akila
2.  Hasina
3.  Priya
4.  Vaishnavi
5.  Kavitha
1. Who among the following person attend the interview on Bangalore?
1.  Hasina
2.  The one who attend the interview on Oracle Company
3.  The one who attended the interview on Tech Mahindra Company
4.  The one who attended the interview on TCS Company
5.  Vaishnavi
1. The one who attended the interview on Friday attends the interview on which of the following city?
1.  Bangalore
3.  Mysore
5.  Mumbai
1. Which of the following statement is true?
1.  Thursday – Akila – HCL – Mysore
2.  Tuesday – Priya – Oracle – Kochi
3.  Monday – Ramya – Infosys – Mysore
4.  Sunday – Kavitha – Tech Mahindra – Chennai
5.  Saturday – Vaishnavi – Mphasis – Mumbai

Directions (Q. 16-20): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements.

1. Statement: A = Z ≥ D < V < M ≤ N
Conclusions:
I) M > Z
II) D < N
III) A > V
IV) D ≤ A
1.  Only I and II follows
2.  Only I, II and III follows
3.  Only II and IV follow
4.  Only II, III and IV follow
5.  None of these
1. Statement: H ≥ P = R ≥ V < G ≥ E > S
Conclusions:
I) H ≥ V
II) R > E
III) G > P
IV) G > S
1.  Only I and III follow
2.  Only I and IV follow
3.  Only II and III follow
4.  Only II, III and IV follow
5.  None of these
1. Statement: J < Y ≤ S > U = W < L < Q = T
Conclusions:
I) Q > U
II) W < S
III) T > U
IV) S > J
1.  Only I, II and III follows
2.  Only II, III and IV follow
3.  Only I, III and IV follows
4.  All I, II, III and IV follows
5.  None of these
1. Statement: Q ≥ O = R ≥ N < F ≥ K > S
Conclusions:
I) F > O
II) S < R
III) Q > N
IV) K > N
1.  None follows
2.  Only III follows
3.  Only IV follows
4.  Only either III or IV follows
5.  None of these
1. Statement: K < X ≤ V > U = Z < L < P = R
Conclusions:
I) K < Z
II) R > U
III) V > Z
IV) U > K
1.  Only I and III follow
2.  Only I and IV follow
3.  Only II and IV follow
4.  Only II, III and IV follow
5.  None of these