Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-96)

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Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-96):

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Direction (Q 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions below.

Seven aspirants P, Q, R, S, T, U and V have bank interviews in different days of the weak, from Monday to Sunday. Out of these seven there are four male aspirants attend the interview. All the aspirants graduated with different degrees viz, B.E, BCA, MBA, B.Tech, MCA, M.E and M.Tech, but not necessarily in the same order.

R is graduated with M.E but she goes to interview neither on Saturday nor on Thursday. P goes to interview on Friday but graduated with neither BCA nor MCA. The one who goes to interview on Monday graduated with B.Tech. The one whose degree is BCA has interview on Wednesday, who is a female. U is an MCA graduate. T completed M.Tech and attending interview on Tuesday. V goes for interview on Saturday. S does not go for Monday and she didn’t do B.E. Any two female aspirants attended the interview on consecutive days. The one who attends interview before and after S are Males.

1)Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the information and hence form a group. Which of the following does not belong to that group?

  1. S, T
  2. P, U
  3. R, V
  4. V, S
  5. T, U

2)Which of the following combination may true?

  1.  Thursday- U-MBA-Female
  2.  V-M.E-Male-Wednesday
  3.  MCA- U-Tuesday- Female
  4.  M.Tech- S-Tuesday-Female
  5.  B.E-Friday-P-Male

3)Who among the following doneB.Tech?

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

4)The one who graduated with MCA attended the interview on which of the following day?

  1.  Thursday
  2.  Friday
  3.  Monday
  4.  Tuesday
  5.  None of these

5)Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the information and hence form a group. Which of the following does not belong to that group?

  1.  MCA -S
  2.  V -M.E
  3.  B.Tech -T
  4.  Q -M.Tech
  5.  BCA –R

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

In a building which has seven floors from 1 to 7 such that ground floor is numbered 1, the above floor is numbered 2 and so on. Seven friends Tapti, Lachie, Padma, Rachana, Bairavi, Mathew and William are living in different floors and Each one of them uses different type of Currency. i.e. Lev, Franc, Dollar, Pound, Krone, Euro and Yen but not necessarily in the same order.

Only three persons live between Padma and the one who uses Lev. Tapti lives on an odd number floor but not on floor numbered 3. The One who uses Euro lives immediately above Tapti. The one who uses Lev lives on one of the odd numbered floor and above Rachana’s floor. The one who uses Franc lives immediately above of one who uses dollar. The one who uses Yen lives on an odd number floor. Only one person lives between Lachie and the Mathew. The One who uses Pound lives immediately above of Padma. Neither Padma nor Tapti uses Yen. Only two Persons live between Rachana and the one who uses Euro. Lachie lives on one of the floors above one who uses Franc. Bairavi does not live in top most floor.

6)Who lives on top most floor?

  1.  The one who uses pound
  2.  The one who uses yen
  3.  The one who uses dollar
  4.  The one who uses euro
  5.  None of these

7)Which of the following combination is true?

  1.  Lachie-Lev
  2.  Mathew-Euro
  3.  Padma-Krone
  4.  Rachana-Yen
  5.  None is true

8)Four of the following five are like in a certain way, find the one which does not belong to the group?

  1.  Padma
  2.  Rachana
  3.  Tapti
  4.  William
  5.  Lachie

9)Who lives immediate above of the one whose currency is Krone?

  1.  Rachana
  2.  Bairavi
  3.  Tapti
  4.  Lachie
  5.  None of these

10)How many person lives between the one whose currency is Pound and the one whose currency is Euro?

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

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

Nine persons L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are attending the seminar on three different days 11, 13 and 20 of three different months January, March and April of the same year. All the information given above is should not necessarily in the same order.

O and L attend the seminar on same month. One person attends the seminar between O and L. N attends the seminar on 13th but not on March. Two persons attend the seminar between N and P. More number of persons attending the seminar after O than L. T attends the seminar on January but not on 20th. O attends the seminar before P. Q attends the seminar after N but not on January. One person attends the seminar between Q and S. As many persons attend the seminar between L and R as between M and S. More than one person attends the seminar between T and M.

11)Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the arrangement and hence form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?

  1.  OT
  2.  PM
  3.  SN
  4.  LR
  5.  RP

12)Who among the following persons attends the seminar on 13th January?

  1.  M
  2.  N
  3.  T
  4.  R
  5.  None of these

13)How many persons attend the seminar between M and Q?

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

14)Which of the following combinations is true?

  1.  January 20-R
  2.  March 20-L
  3.    April 20-S
  4.  March 11-O
  5.  None is true

15)If all the persons are arranged alphabetically from January then, how many persons attend the seminar on same day?

  1.  None
  2.  One
  3.  Two
  4.  Three
  5.  None of these

Directions (Q. 16-17): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below. A man walks 8m towards east to reach point P. He turns to his right and walks 5m to reach point Q. Then, he turns to his left and walks 9m to reach point R and he turns to his right and walks 11m to reach point S. Finally he turns to his right and walks 20m to reach point T.

  1. What is the distance between starting point and Q?
    1.  13m
    2.  9m
    3.  √89m
    4.  3√27m
    5.  None of these
  1. If a man walked 3m towards east from point T to reach point U, then what is the distance between point U and starting point?
    1.  16m
    2.  25m
    3.  22m
    4.  33m
    5.  None of these
  1. A person starts from point A, walks 5m towards south and reaches point B. He then turns left and walks 8m and reaches point C. He then takes a right turn and walks 6m. He takes a final right turn and walks 8m to reach point D. What is the distance between point C and D?
    1.  13m
    2.  12m
    3.  10m
    4.  15m
    5.  None of these
  1. A car started from point P and moves towards east. After moving a distance of 30m, it took a right turn, again after moving 15m, it took a left turn, and again after moving 10m, he took a right turn. Which direction is the car facing now?
    1.  North
    2.  South
    3.  West
    4.  North-west
    5.  South-west
  1. A directional post is erected on a crossing, in an accident it was turned in such a way that the arrow which was first showing east is now showing north. A passerby went in a wrong direction thinking it is east. In which direction is he actually travelling now?
    1.  North
    2. East
    3.  West
    4.  South
    5.  Cannot be determined

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