Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-122)

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Shortcut Reasoning Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-122):

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Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-122)

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Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Twelve friends are sitting in two parallel rows of chairs containing six people each, in such a way that there is equal distance between adjacent persons. In row 1: Gayathri, Janani, Archana, Shalini,Devi and Deepa are seated and all of them are facing south. In row 2: Nithya, Vimala, Rohini,Bharathi, Nisha and Abirami are seated and all of them are facing north. Each of them likes different month such as, Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Pink, Orange, Brown, Purple, Violet, Indigo, Black and Grey but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them like different sports: Cricket, Football, Tennis, Hockey, Table Tennis, Golf, Volleyball, Basketball, Rugby, Boxing, Badminton and Handball. In the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row.
Devi, whose favourite sports is Golf sits third to the left of the person who likes Blue and not sitting at the extreme end. Janani, who likes Yellow, does not sit at an extreme end of the row. If Devi sits at an extreme end then Janani doesn’t sit to the immediate right of the one who likes Blue. Rohini and Nithya face the persons whose favourite sports are Golf and Table Tennis respectively. There are two persons sitting on the right side of Vimala, who sits second to the right of the person, whose favourite sports is Boxing. Vimala, who likes Pink, faces the immediate neighbour of Gayathri. Gayathri likes Green. Nithya sits with the persons who like Pink and Grey. Deepa faces the person who likes Black and Handballsports but Deepa does not like Blue. The one who likes Grey month does not sit with the one who likes Black. The person, who likes Indigo, sits second to the right of the person who likes Orange. Bharathi does not like Black and faces the person, who likes Red. The person who likes Rugby is an immediate neighbour of the person who likes Purple. Archana’s favourite sports is Hockey and she doesn’t sit with Gayathri. Rohini does not like Footballsports. The person, whose favourite sports is Cricket, faces the person, who sits second to the right of the person, whose favourite sports is Table Tennis. The person whose favourite sports is Basketball does not sit in row 2 and faces the person who likes Badminton. Nisha faces the person who likes Volleyball. Archanadoes not face the person who likes Orange. The one who likes Brown sits in Row 2.

  1. Who likes the Boxing sports?
  1.  Nisha
  2.  Nithya
  3.  Abirami
  4.  Rohini
  5.  Bharathi
  1. The one who likes Volleyball sports sits third to the right of ______________
  1.  Gayathri
  2.  Janani
  3.  Devi
  4.  Deepa
  5.  Archana
  1. Which of the following colour likes by Nithya?
  1.  Black
  2.  Blue
  3.  Green
  4.  Orange
  5.  Purple
  1. Which of the following combinations is true?
  1.  Deepa – Red – Tennis
  2.  Devi – Orange – Golf
  3.  Rohini – Indigo – Table Tennis
  4.  Janani – Yellow – Basketball
  5.  None of these
  1. Which of the following persons sits at the extreme ends of one row?
  1.  Bharathi and Nithya
  2.  Nisha and Rohini
  3.  Shalini and Deepa
  4.  Gayathri and Devi
  5.  Bharathi and Abirami

Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
C, D, G, H, J, K and L lives in a seven storey building, The lower-most floor is numbered 1; floor above it is numbered 2 and so on. There are four males and three females among them.
Miss L lives in floor number 2. No female lives above the floor in which Miss D lives. H lives in an odd numbered floor and he does not live either on the top-most or lower-most floor.  J has to use most number of stairs to reach to his flat,more than anyone else in the building, None of the female lives at the lower-most or top-most floor. K lives just a floor below his sister G’s floor. No two male or female live immediately above or below each other.

  1. Which of the following floor does number G Lives?
  1.  Two
  2.  Six
  3.  Five
  4.  Four
  5.  Three
  1. If ‘J’ is related to ‘Floor number 4’, ‘G’ is related to ‘Floor number 1’, then which following is ‘H’ related to?
  1.  Floor number 7
  2.  Floor number 2
  3.  Floor number 5
  4.  Floor number 4
  5.  Floor number 6
  1. Who among the following exactly sitting between L and H?
  1.  G and K
  2.  J and D
  3.  G and D
  4.  J and K
  5.  C and D
  1. Who among the following lives on floor number 5?
  1.  K
  2.  J
  3.  D
  4.  L
  5.  H
  1. Which of the following combinations is true?
  1.  7 – Female – G
  2.  3 – Male – C
  3.  6 – Female – D
  4.  5 – Male – J
  5.  None of these

Directions (Q. 11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. Ten Friends are sitting in two parallel rows of six seats each. One seat is vacant in each row. A,B, C, D and E are sitting in row-1 facing south. J, K, L, M and N are facing north. Each likes a different Months i.e. January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September and October. M sits third to the right of L and likes April. Only two people sit between K and the vacant seat. K does not like May or MarchMonth. E is not an immediate neighbour of C. B likes October. The one who likes MarchMonth faces the one who likes August. The one who likes March sits opposite to the one who sits third right of the person who sits opposite to M. C is not an immediate neighbour of D. N, who likes neither Maynor June, does not face the vacant seat. Neither M nor L sits at any of the extreme ends of the row. D faces L. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between C and B, who sits third right of the one who likes July. The one who likes SeptemberMonth faces the one who likes April. The friends who like the Januaryand August are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of row – 1 is not an immediate neighbour of D.K sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. L does not like Januaryand August. Vacant seat of row-1 does not face M.

  1. Who among the following likes June month?
  1.  N
  2.  M
  3.  K
  4.  D
  5.  None of these
  1. How many people will sit between J and K?
  1.  One
  2.  Two
  3.  Three
  4.  Four
  5.  More than four
  1. Four among the following form a group in a certain way. Which of the following does not belong to Group?
  1.  E, October
  2.  J, March
  3.  K, May
  4.  B, September
  5.  N, April
  1. Which of the following month N likes?
  1.  October
  2.  April
  3.  July
  4.  February
  5.  September

15.Which of the following is correctly matched?

  1.  D – October
  2.  J – May
  3.  N – July
  4.  K – September
  5.  L – April

Directions (16-20): In these questions, certain symbols have been used to indicate relationships between elements as follows:
A % B means A is either smaller than or equal to B.
A – B means A is greater than B.
A # B means A is neither greater than nor smaller than B.
A $ B means A is smaller than B.
A @ B means A is either greater than or equal to B.

  1. Statements:Q $ T, T % G, Q – N
    Conclusions: 
    I) Q $ G
    II) N $ T
    III) N – G
  1.  Either I or II only follows
  2.  Only I follow
  3.  I and II only follows
  4.  II and III only follow
  5.  None of these
  1. Statements: U # F, F $ W, W – K
    Conclusions: 
    I) K $ U
    II) K # U
    III) W @ U
  1.  Only I and II follows
  2.  Only II and III follow
  3.  Only I and III follow
  4.  None follows
  5.  All follows
  1. Statements:A $ T, T % C, C @ F
    Conclusions: 
    I) A # T
    II) A @ F
    III) C – A.
  1.  Only II follows
  2.  Only I and II follows
  3.  Only I follow
  4.  Only II and III follow
  5.  Only III follows
  1. Statements:H @ D, D – B, B $ W
    Conclusions: 
    I) B $ H
    II) W $ H
    III) D $ W
  1.  Only II follows
  2.  Only I and III follow
  3.  Only I follow
  4.  Only III follow
  5.  None of these
  1. Statements:V $ F, F % P, P – J
    Conclusions: 
    I) J $ F
    II) P – V
    III) V – J
  1.  None follows
  2.  Only I follow
  3.  Only II follow
  4.  Only III follow
  5.  Only II & III follows

 

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