Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-121)

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Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-121):

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Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-121)

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Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Eight persons from different states such as Maharashtra, Andra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Rajasthan, Haryana, Karnataka and Bihar drinking 8 different juices such as Apple juice, Mango juice, Grape juice, Orange juice, Papaya juice, Pineapple juice ,Guava juice and Water melon juice . And each of them having a mobile in the brand names of Oppo, Vivo, Redmi and HTC.They lived in eight storeybuilding,Thelower-mostfloorisnumbered1;flooraboveitisnumbered2andsoon.

  • The person who is from Andra Pradesh drinkingWater melon juice
  • The person who is drinkingGuava juice having HTC mobile
  • The third floor stayed person drinkingMango juice and having a mobile in the brand name of Oppo.
  • Grape juice is drink by the person who is having Vivo mobile.
  • Minimum of three persons stayed below of Bihar state man. And the person who belongs to Kerala not stayed in the odd numbered floor.
  • The mobile’s brand name Vivo and HTC having same number of state-men
  • Tamil Nadu state man stayed two floor below from the person who is belongs to Andra Pradesh.
  • The top floor is not occupied by the person from Karnataka.
  • The Redmi owned person drinkingApple juice.
  • The persons from Kerala and Andra Pradesh having same mobile brand and both of them not having Vivo mobile and also three persons stayed in between them.
  • The persons who are drinkingOrange juice and Mango juice are having same mobile brand with the one who is drinkingPapaya juice. The Redmi owned person stayed in fourth floor.
  • There are four persons stayed in between of Karnataka and Kerala. The lowest floor is occupied by the Rajasthan state man.
  • Only three persons having one kind of mobile brand name and the person from Karnataka who is drinkingPapaya juice is one of them.
  • The state man from Haryana and the person who drinkingPapaya juice are not stayed in the even numbered floor. Only one person having Redmi mobile
  • The person from Maharashtra who likes to drink Pineapple juice stayed in even numbered floor and is having same mobile brand name with the person, who is drinkingGrape juice also stayed in first floor.
  • HTC mobile is owned by the person who is from Kerala.
  • The person who drinkingWater melon juice stayed above the floor of the person who is drinkingGuava juice
  • The Haryana who is drinkingMango juice having same mobile brand with the state man from Bihar
  1. Which of the following person sits exactly between who are drinking Apple juice and Water melon juice?
  1.  The one who eats Mango juice food
  2.  The one who eats Guava juice food
  3.  The one who eats Pineapple juice food
  4.  The one who eats Orange juice food
  5.  The one who eats Grape juice food
  1. How many persons have Oppo mobiles?
  1.  One
  2.  Two
  3.  Three
  4.  Four
  5.  Five
  1. Who lives in the sixth floor?
  1.  The one who is from Andra Pradesh
  2.  The one who is from Kerala
  3.  The one who is from Karnataka
  4.  The one who is from Maharashtra
  5.  The one who is from Bihar
  1. Papaya juicedrink by which of the following state person?
  1.  Tamil Nadu
  2.  Andra Pradesh
  3.  Kerala
  4.  Maharashtra
  5.  Karnataka
  1. Which of the following combinations is true?
  1.  2 – Grape juice – HTC – Rajasthan
  2.  4 – Apple juice – Redmi – Tamil Nadu
  3.  8 – Apple juice – Vivo – Rajasthan
  4.  7 – Mango juice – Oppo – Maharashtra
  5.  3 – Orange juice – Redmi – Haryana

Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Ten persons from different countries viz. Germany, Russia, Japan, Malaysia, China, France, Singapore, Australia, Spain and Thailand are sitting in two parallel rows containing five people each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. In row-1 Naveen, Ganesh, Janani, Vivek and Ramesh are seated and all of them are facing south. In row-2 Karthik, Balaji, Varun, Santhosh and Thiru are seated and all of them are facing north. Therefore in the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. (All the information given above does not necessarily represent the order of seating in the final arrangement.)
Karthik faces one of the immediate neighbours of the person from Russia. Karthik does not face Naveen. The person from Germany sits immediate right of the person from Australia. Vivek faces one of the immediate neighbours of the person from Japan. Santhosh is not from Japan. Vivek is neither from Francenot from China. Varun sits second to the left of the persons from Thailand. Naveen sits third to the right of person from France. Only one person sits between the person from Spain and Balaji. The person from Malaysia sits to the immediate right of Balaji. Janani sits to the immediate left of the person who faces Balaji. Only two people sit between Ganesh and Ramesh.  The person from China sits second to the right of the one who faces Santhosh. Santhosh does not sit at an extreme end of the line. One of the immediate neighbours of the person from China faces Spain.

  1. Varun belongs to ____________
  1.  France
  2.  Australia
  3.  Malaysia
  4.  Germany
  5.  Singapore
  1. Who sits second to the left of the person the one who belongs to Japan?
  1.  Thiru
  2.  The one who belongs to China
  3.  The one who belongs to Malaysia
  4.  Varun
  5.  None of these
  1. Who belongs to Spain?
  1.  Santhosh
  2.  Naveen
  3.  Thiru
  4.  Janani
  5.  Vivek
  1. The one who belongs to Thailand sits opposite to the _____________
  1.  The one who belongs to Australia
  2.  The one who belongs to Germany
  3.  Vivek
  4.  Both option a and c
  5.  None of these
  1. Which of the following persons sits at the extreme ends of one row?
  1.  Naveen and Ganesh
  2.  Varun and Karthik
  3.  Vivek and Janani
  4.  Balaji and Santhosh
  5.  Ramesh and Naveen

Directions (11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight employees of Indian Bank who attends training in the four months (May, September, November and December) of the same year. The trainings are held in each month on either 15th or 26th. Only two trainings are held in a month. It is further known that:

  • A attends training in a month with 30 days
  • Only two people attend trainings after C
  • A and D attend their training on consecutive turns
  • D and E attend trainings on alternate turns
  • E attends training in a month with 31 days
  • H attends training before F and G
  • B or H are not the first to go for training
  • Neither G nor B has training on 26th
  • G and F do not have trainings in the same month
  1. Which of the following persons attends the training on December month?
  1.  G and F
  2.  B and F
  3.  E and A
  4.  B and C
  5.  D and B
  1. Four of the following person forms a group, which of the following person does not belong to that group?
  1.  E
  2.  D
  3.  G
  4.  H
  5.  B
  1. Which of the following persons exactly attends training between A and C?
  1.  B
  2.  H
  3.  C
  4.  F
  5.  G
  1. G attends training on which of the following month?
  1.  November
  2.  September
  3.  May
  4.  December
  5.  None of these
  1. Which of the following statement is true as per the given information?
  1.  H attends the training on December
  2.  G attends the training on 26th November
  3.  D and A attend the training on September
  4.  C and F attends the training on 15th
  5.  None of these

Direction (Q 16-20): 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.

16. Conclusions: 
Some tables are desks
Some squares are desks is a possibility
Some tables are plastics
Some squares are plastics is a possibility
a) Statements: 
Some desks are plastics
Some plastics are tables
Some tables are squares
b) Statements: 
Some desks are plastics
Some plastics are tables
All tables are squares
c) Statements: 
Some desks are plastics
All plastics are tables
Some tables are squares
d) Statements: 
Some desks are plastics
No plastics are tables
Some tables are squares
e) Statements: 
All desks are plastics
No plastics are tables
All tables are squares

  1.  a
  2.  b
  3.  c
  4.  d
  5.  e
  1. Conclusions: 
    No sweet is a pencil
    Some dark are not sweets
    Some boxes are sweets
    Some dark are pencils
    a) Statements: 
    All sweets are boxes
    All boxes are pencil
    Some pencils are dark
    b) Statements: 
    All sweets are boxes
    No box is pencil
    No pencils are dark
    c) Statements: 
    Some sweets are boxes
    All boxes are pencil
    Some pencils are dark
    d) Statements: 
    All sweets are boxes
    No box is pencil
    Some pencils are dark
    e) Statements: 
    Some sweets are boxes
    Some box is pencil
    Some pencils are dark
  1.  a
  2.  b
  3.  c
  4.  d
  5.  e

18. Conclusions: 
Some silvers are books is a possibility
Some chains are guides
Some guides are silvers is a possibility
Some silvers are chains
a) Statements: 
Some books are guides
Some guides are chains
No chains are silvers
b) Statements: 
Some books are guides
No guides are chains
All chains are silvers
c) Statements: 
All books are guides
No guides are chains
All chains are silvers
d) Statements: 
All books are guides
No guides are chains
No chains are silvers
e) Statements: 
Some books are guides
Some guides are chains
Some chains are silvers

  1.  a
  2.  b
  3.  c
  4.  d
  5.  e
  1. Conclusions: 
    Some lines are roofs
    Some lens are lines is a possibility
    Some lenses are photographs
    Some photographs are roofs is a possibility
    a) Statements: 
    All roofs are lines
    Some lines are photographs
    Some photographs are lens
    b) Statements: 
    All roofs are lines
    Some lines are photographs
    No photographs are lens
    c) Statements: 
    No roofs are lines
    All lines are photographs
    Some photographs are lens
    d) Statements: 
    All roofs are lines
    No lines are photographs
    No photographs are lens
    e) Statements: 
    No roofs are lines
    No lines are photographs
    Some photographs are lens
  1.  a
  2.  b
  3.  c
  4.  d
  5.  e
  1. Conclusions: 
    Some covers are nails
    Some tablets are nails
    Some covers are tigers
    Some covers are tablets
    a) Statements: 
    Some nails are tigers
    Some tigers are tablets
    All tablets are covers
    b) Statements: 
    Some nails are tigers
    All tigers are tablets
    All tablets are covers
    c) Statements: 
    Some nails are tigers
    All tigers are tablets
    Some tablets are covers
    d) Statements: 
    Some nails are tigers
    Some tigers are tablets
    Some tablets are covers
    e) Statements: 
    All nails are tigers
    Some tigers are tablets
    All tablets are covers
  1.  a
  2.  b
  3.  c
  4.  d
  5.  e

 

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