Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-133)

Shortcut Reasoning Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-133):

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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.

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

 Eight persons – P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W – are sitting around a circular table facing towards the centre but not necessarily in the same order. Q is sitting third to the left of W. Two persons are sitting between Q and P. R is sitting sec­ond to the left of S. S is not an im­mediate neighbour of W. T and U are immediate neighbours of each other. Only one person is sitting between U and V.

1) Who among the following is on the immediate left of W?

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

2)How many persons are sitting between R and Q, if we count anticlockwise from R to Q?

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

3)What is the position of V with respect to P?

  1. Second to the right
  2. Second to the left
  3. Third to the right
  4. Third to the left
  5. Fourth to the left

4)Who among the following is sitting second to the right of S?

  1. V
  2. R
  3. Q
  4. U
  5. T

5)If all the persons are asked to sit in clockwise direction in an alphabetical order starting from P, the position of how many persons will remain unchanged, excluding P?

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

 

Directions (6-10):Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

10 friends – A, B, C, D, E, P, Q, R, S, and T have birthdays in different months – January, March, April, June and September but not  necessarily in the same order. There birthdays in on 2 different dates -22 and 28. So in each month there are 2 birthdays. There are 2 birthdays after the birthdays of B. There are 2 birthdays between the birthdays of B and D. A and T have birthdays in March. There is  one birthday between the birthdays of A and P. P’s birthday is not in same month as D. There are same number of birthdays between T and C as between B and Q. C’s birthday is not in April. Q’s birthday is in a month having 30 days. No birthday is there between the birthdays of R and E. Also their birthdays are in different months. E’s birthday is exactly between the birthday of A and S.

6. R’s birthday is on ?

  1.  22 April
  2. 28 March
  3.  28 April
  4. 22 June
  5.  None of these
  1. Who has birthday in April?
  1. Q
  2.  D
  3.  C
  4. B
  5. P
  1. How many birthdays are there in between the birthdays of E and Q?
  1. One
  2.  Two
  3. Three
  4. Six
  5. Four
  1. Which of the following combination of Month-Person-Date is correct as per the given arrangement?
  1. April – R – 22
  2. June – B – 22
  3. January – C- 22
  4. March – A – 22
  5. January – P – 28

10)Which of the following pair has birthday on 22nd of a month?

  1. P, D
  2. C, E
  3.  P, B
  4.   S, E
  5. R, T

 

Directions (Q. 11-15):

Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statement are sufficient to answer the question and give answer.

11.How is ‘more’ written in a code language?

I. ‘more than bigger’ is written as ‘ke de le’ in that code language.

II. ‘bigger and smaller’ is written as ‘de me pi’ in that code language.

III. ‘smaller and heaviest’ is written as ‘pi me ni’ in that code language.

  1. Only I
  2. Only II
  3. Only III
  4. Only I and II
  5. None of these

12.How is A related to B?

I. P, the only son of A, has two sisters.

II. A’s son is the brother of the only sister of B.

III. B and P are children of A.

  1. Only I and III
  2. Only II
  3. Either I or II
  4. Only II and III
  5. None of these

 13.Which date in December was definitely Raman’s brother’s birthday?

I. Raman correctly remembers that his brother’s birthday is before eleventh but after fifth December.

II. Raman’s father correctly remembers that Raman’s brother’s birthday is after seventh but before tenth December.

III. Raman’s brother’s birthday falls on an even date.

  1. Only II and III
  2. Only I and II
  3. Only I and III
  4. All I, II and III
  5. None of these

14.Who among Ravi, Raja, Rani, Rohit, Rachna and Roma, each having different heights, is the tallest?

I. Only two of them are shorter than Rani.

II. Raja is taller than Ravi but shorter than Rachna.

III. Rohit is taller than only Roma.

  1. Only I
  2. Only II
  3. Only III
  4. Only I and II
  5. None of these

 

  1. Manu is standing in a row of girls arranged from left to right. Are there more girls on Manu’s left than on her right?

 

I. Manu is 12 places to the right of the middle of the row.

II. Manu is 19th from the left, and there are at least 14 girls to her right.

III. Manu is 20th from the right and there are at least 20 girls to her left.

  1. Any of the three statements
  2. Any two of them
  3. All I, II and III together
  4. Either I or III
  5. Only II and III

 

Directions (Q.16-20): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Eight persons A, B, C, D, E,F,G and Hare sitting around a square table(four of them sitting atthe corner & four sitting at the middle), some of them facing the centre while some of them facing outside the centre. Each of them likes different colors viz. Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, Orange, Pink, Grey and White but not necessarily in the same order.

C is sitting fourth to the right of D. The one who likes pink color sits immediate left of D and faces the opposite direction to that of D. There are two persons are sitting between A and B, who is sitting second to the left of C. F and H are immediate neighbours of C and both are facing opposite direction to that of C.B is not an immediate neighbour of one who likes pink color.One who likes yellow color sits second to the right of F. E likes white color and faces the centre of the table. The person, who likes yellow color, is sitting in between the person who likes the red color and the blue color. The one who likes yellow color does not sit in the middle of the table. H likes orange color.The one who likes grey color sits second to the left of E.Both B and G are faces the opposite direction to that of A.The person, who likes green color, is not an immediate neighbour of one who likes red color.

  1. Who among the following faces outside the centre?
  1.  B
  2.  D
  3.  G
  4.  F
  5.  C
  1. Who among the following is sitting between B and C when counted in anticlockwise direction from B?
  1.  The one who likes green color
  2.  The one who likes grey color
  3.  The one who likes orange color
  4.  The one who likes pink color
  5.  None of these
  1. Who is sitting third to the left of H?
  1.  B
  2.  D
  3.  One who likes blue color
  4.  Either a) or c)
  5.  None of these
  1. If all the persons are sitting in alphabetical order starting from ‘A’ in a clock-wise direction, how many of them sitting in the same place excluding ‘A’?
  1.  None
  2.  One
  3.  Two
  4.  Three
  5.  None of these
  1. Four of the following five are form a group in some way, find out the odd one?
  1.  DG
  2.  BF
  3.  CH
  4.  EH
  5.  GB

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