Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-137)

Shortcut Reasoning Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-137):

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Directions (1-5): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

Nine different subjects book,ie- Hindi, English, Social Science, Computer, Physics, Chemistry, History, Geography and Biology are  placed above one another but not necessarily in same order.  Also all book have different number of pages – 250, 200, 300 450,  150, 275, 165, 265, and 430, but not necessarily in same order.

Three books are placed between Hindi book and Biology book,which has 150 pages. Number of pages in Geography book is 300 and it is immediately placed above Hindi book. There is only one book between Geography and History book, which has 450 pages. Number of pages in Chemistry book is 200 and it is placed somewhere below History book. Chemistry book is not placed at even number place if we count from bottom to top. There are only two books between Chemistry and Physics book, which has 250 pages. Number of pages in English book is 265, and it is placed below the Chemistry book. History book is not placed on the top. English book is placed at even number place if we count from bottom to top. There are as many books between English book and the one which has 275 pages as between Hindi book and Social Science book. The number of pages in Hindi book is not 165.

1)Which book has 430 pages?
A) Hindi
B) Computer
C) Physics
D) History
E) Social science

2)How many books are placed between English and Physics book?
A) Two
B) Three
C) Four
D) One
E) None of these

3)If all books are arranged in dictionary order from bottom to top according to first alphabet, which book has 200 pages in new arrangement, if pages position remain unchanged?
A) Biology
B) Chemistry
C) Computer
D) English
E) Hindi

4)Which group represents the books which are placed at top and bottom most position?
A) Geography, Computer
B) Hindi, Physics
C) Biology, Computer
D) Chemistry, English
E) None of these

5)What is the sum of pages in Biology, Geography and Computer books?
A) 620
B) 485
C) 515
D) 615
E) None of these

Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Eight boxes are arranged in a stack from bottom to top numbered from 1-8 each gift box is received from different friends; Baskar, Vikram, Jagadeesh, Harish, Akash, Sanjay, Praveen and Mohan not necessarily in the same order. They contain a different colour rings; Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, White, Orange, Pink and Brown not necessarily in the same order. The arrangement is based on the following rules:

  • The box from Akash is kept at an even numbered position
  • There are 3 boxes between the box from Akash and the box with Brown colour ring
  • The box from Harish is either at the top or at the bottom of the stack
  • Box number 2 has Red colour ring and it is not from Akash
  • Box with the White colour ring is kept between the box from Praveen and the box having Yellow colour ring
  • The box from Baskar is kept 2 boxes above the box from Jagadeesh
  • There are 4 boxes between the box with Blue colour ring and the box from Praveen
  • There are 3 boxes between the box with White colour ring and the box with Green colour ring
  • The box from Mohan is between the box with Pink colour ring and the box from Sanjay
  • The box from Praveen does not have Pink colour ring

6) The box from Akash is kept in which of the following floor?

  1.  8th position
  2.  6th position
  3.  4th position
  4.  2nd position
  5.  None of these

7) How many boxes are kept between Baskar box and Harish box?

  1.  Four
  2.  Five
  3.  Three
  4.  Six
  5.  Two

8)Which of the following friend box kept in 3rd position?

  1.  Mohan
  2.  Harish
  3.  Sanjay
  4.  Baskar
  5.  Vikram

9) Which of the following statement is true?

  1.  5 – Baskar – White colour ring
  2.  4 – Vikram -Brown colour ring
  3.  2 – Praveen -Red colour ring
  4.  3 – Sanjay – Green colour ring
  5.  1 – Harish – Orange colour ring

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

  1.  Blue colour ring
  2.  Green colour ring
  3.  Pink colour ring
  4.  White colour ring
  5.  Brown colour ring

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

Following are conditions for selecting Human Resources (HR) Manager in a company:

         The candidate must

(i)     have secured at least 55 per cent marks in the Entrance Examination.

(ii)    have a Graduate Degree with at least 60 per cent marks.

(iii)   have a Postgraduate Degree/Diploma in Human Resources Management/Business Management System.

 (iv)  be less than 30 years of age as on 01.09.2013.

  (v)   have secured at least 55 per cent marks in the Higher Secondary School Examination. In the case of a candidate who satisfies all conditions except

 (a)   (i) above, but has secured 65 per cent marks in the final semester in Management and 45 per cent marks in the Entrance Examination, will be recruited as Head HR.

(b)   (v) above, but has post-qualification work experience of one year in a company and has 50 per cent marks in the Higher Secondary School Examination will be recruited as CEO of the Company.

In each question below are given details of one candidate. You have to take one of the following courses of action based on the information provided and the conditions and sub-conditions given above and mark the appropriate course of action as your answer. You are not to assume anything other than the information provided in each question. All these cases are given to you as on 01.09.2013.

  1. Shiva Kumar Kamath was born on August 13, 1987 and he has completed his Postgraduation in Human Resources Management. He secured 65 per cent marks in the Entrance Examination and 60 per cent in the Higher Secondary School Examination. He completed his Graduation with 62 per cent marks.        
  1. Can be recruited as Head HR of the company
  2. Can be recruited as Manager HR of the company
  3. Data are inadequate to take a decision
  4. Can be recruited as CEO of the company
  5. Cannot be recruited in the company

  1. Rahil Khan is a Postgraduate in Business Management System. He was born on April 9, 1988. He secured 64 per cent marks in Graduation and 70 per cent marks in the Higher Secondary School Examination.        
  1. Can be recruited as Head HR of the company
  2. Can be recruited as Manager HR of the company
  3. Data are inadequate to take a decision
  4. Can be recruited as CEO of the company
  5. Cannot be recruited in the company

  1. Nakul Bhatnagar was born on May 17, 1985 and is a Postgraduate in Business Management System. He secured 71 per cent marks in the final semester and 50 per cent marks in the Entrance Examination. He secured 60 per cent marks in the Higher Secondary School Examination. He completed Graduation with 63 per cent marks.        
  1. Can be recruited as Head HR of the company
  2. Can be recruited as Manager HR of the company
  3. Data are inadequate to take a decision
  4. Can be recruited as CEO of the company
  5. Cannot be recruited in the company

  1. Manohar Tambe, a graduate with 58 per cent marks, was born on March 3, 1984. He holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resources Management. He has been working in a company for the past two years and has 60 per cent marks in the Higher Secondary School Examination. He secured 60 per cent marks in the Entrance Examination.        
  1. Can be recruited as Head HR of the company
  2. Can be recruited as Manager HR of the company
  3. Data are inadequate to take a decision
  4. Can be recruited as CEO of the company
  5. Cannot be recruited in the company

  1. Swati Shinde was born on January 1, 1986. She has a work experience of five years in Human Resources Team of Law. She secured 60 per cent marks in the Higher Secondary School Examination and 65 per cent marks in the Entrance Examination. She secured 58 per cent marks in graduation. She has completed her Diploma in Management with distinction.        
  1. Can be recruited as Head HR of the company
  2. Can be recruited as Manager HR of the company
  3. Data are inadequate to take a decision
  4. Can be recruited as CEO of the company
  5. Cannot be recruited in the company

Directions (Q. 16-20): In the questions given below, the relationship between different elements is shown  in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark answer

a) if only conclusion I follows.

b) if only conclusion II follows.

c) if either conclusion I or II follows.

d) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.

e) if both conclusions I and II follow.

  1. Statements: D = E ≤ F;  G ≥ H > E

 Conclusions: I.   F < H                 II. G > D

  1. Statements: M ≤ N < O;  P > N > Q

 Conclusions: I.   Q < O                II. P > M

  1. Statement: J < K ≤ Q = L > M

 Conclusions: I.   J < L                  II. K > M

 

  1. Statements: P = Q < L ≤ M;  Q > I;  L > H

Conclusions: I.   P > H                 II. M > I

 

  1. Statements: A ≥ B ≥ C > D > E; C ≥ F = G; D > M ≥ N

Conclusions:        I.             A > N      II.            B ≥ G

 

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