Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-126)

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Shortcut Reasoning Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-126):

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Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-126)

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Direction (1-5): Study the given information and answer the following questions:

Seven representatives of a company – Shashi, Debu, Basu, Goyal, Sen, Arjun and Ajit travelled to three different countries i.e. England, Italy and Romania. Each of them travelled on different days of the week (no two persons travelled on the same day) , starting on Monday and ending on Sunday. Minimum two people travelled to each country and England is the only country to which three people travelled.

Shashi travelled to England on Monday. Arjun travelled to Italy but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday. Ajit travelled on Sunday but not to Romania. The one who travelled to Italy travelled on Tuesday and the one who travelled to Romania travelled on Saturday. Sen travelled on Wednesday. Basu travelled to England but not on Thursday. Debu did not travel to Romania.

 

1) If everyone’s trip is postponed by one day, who will be travelling on Wednesday?

a Arjun

b Basu

c Debu

d Sen

e None of these

 

2)Who amongst the seven representatives travelled on Saturday?

a Goyal

b Debu

c Basu

d Can’t be determined

e None of these

 

3) Which one of the following combinations is true according to the given information?

a Arjun – Thursday – England

b Goyal- Wednesday – Rajasthan

c Ajit – Monday – England

d Basu – Friday – Italy

e None is true

 

4)To which country and on which day did Debu travel?

a Wednesday – England

b Friday – Italy

c Thursday – Italy

d Tuesday – Italy

e None is these

 

5) Who was the last one to travel?

a Shashi

b Basu

c Ajit

d Goyal

e None of these

 

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

Eight persons P, T, Q, R, Y, N, L and X are sitting in a square table. Four of them sits at four corners and they are facing inside the table and the remaining four members sits at middle of each side and faces  outside the table but not necessarily in the same order.

N sits at corner of the table. P sits second to the left of N. Three persons sits between P and X. R sits at corner of the table. Y is an immediate neighbour of R but not an immediate neighbour of P. There are as many person sits between T and R as between L and R. T does not sit opposite to Q.

 

6)How many persons sit between X and Q, when counted from left of X?

a One

b Two

c Three

d Four

e None of these

 

7)If all the persons are made to sit alphabetically starting from X’s position in clockwise direction, then how many persons retain their original position?

a None

b One

c Two

d Three

e None of these

 

8)If T and Y interchange their place then, who sits third to the left of X?

a T

b Y

c R

d Q

e None of these

 

9)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 the group?

a Y

b L

c Q

d T

e P

 

10)Who among the following persons sits fourth to the left of third from the right of L?

a X

b N

c P

d T

e None of these

 

 

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

Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, V, W and X are sit in a straight line but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing north and some of them are facing south. Each person likes different sports like Volleyball, Football, Tennis, Golf, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket and Kabbadi. No two persons like same sport.

R and T are immediate neighbours and both are facing opposite direction with respect to each other. W and X are sit third to the right of R and T respectively. The person who likes Football sits third to the right of W. Only two persons sit between the person who likes Football and cricket which doesn’t like by W. The person who likes Cricket doesn’t sit at the extreme end of the line. Q sits immediate left of one who likes Cricket. Three persons sit between Q and the person who likes Volleyball. S is not an immediate neighbour of the person who likes Football. Immediate neighbours of S are facing opposite direction. The person who likes Baseball sits fourth to the right of the person who likes Basketball and doesn’t like by W. P and U are not immediate neighbours and cricket is not liked by P. The persons sit at the extreme end are facing opposite direction. The person who likes Golf sits second to the left of the person who likes Tennis who doesn’t sit at the extreme end of the line. Number of persons facing north is equal to number of persons facing south. S faces north.

11)Which of the following sports liked by P?

a Basketball

b Baseball

c Tennis

d Gulf

e Kabbad

12)How many persons are sit between the person who likes Cricket and the person who sits immediate right of W?

a None

b One

c Two

d Three

e Four

13)Which of the following persons sits second to the right of the person who likes Tennis?

a The person who likes Baseball

b The person who likes Volleyball

c The person who likes Football

d The person who likes Golf

e The person who likes Cricket

14)Four of the five are like in a certain way and form a group which of the following doesn’t belong to that group?

a The person who likes Basketball

b The person who likes Volleyball

c The person who likes Baseball

d The person who likes Cricket

e The person who likes Golf

15)Which of the following combinations is correct?

a W – Kabbadi

b P – Baseball

c S – Volleyball

d U – Tennis

e X – Cricket

16) Which of the following expressions is true, if V > W and K < T are definitely true?

a R < V ≥ B > D > K = W < T

b B ≤ R < T < D > V > K > W

c R ≤ T ≥ B ≥ D < W ≥ V > K

d D ≤ W > V ≥ K > T ≤ Q ≤ B

e  T ≥ Q > D ≥ B ≥ V = W > K

17) Which of the following is definitely false if P ≤ V < S = G ≥ Q ≥ R > E

  1.  Q > E
  2.  S > R
  3.  V > R
  4.  S > E
  5.  S = R
  1. Which of the following should replace the question mark so that E > D is definitely false?C = B > A ≥ D ≤ G ? F ≤ E
  1.  =
  2.  <
  3.  ≤
  4.  Cannot determined
  5.  None of these
  1. Which of the following order of letters in the blanks makes the expression N > O is definitely true?___ < ___ ≤ ___ = ___ > ____
  1.  L, M, N, O, K
  2.  K, L, M, O, N
  3.  N, L, K, M, O
  4.  O, M, K, L, N
  5.  M, K, N, L, O
  1. What will come in place of ‘?’ and ‘$’ respectively in following below such that both E < B and D ≥ G are definitely true?A $ B = C > D ? E ≥ F = G
  1.  >, >
  2.  >, =
  3.  <, <
  4.  ≥, >
  5.  Both d and b

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