Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-144)

Shortcut Reasoning Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-144):

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Here in Scoring Part we are providing 15 Questions in Puzzle, 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 (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

There are nine friends Varun, Maaran, Lakshman, Vinoth, Mithran, Ganesh, Rahim, Abbas and Arjun sitting around the circle. Four of them are facing away from the centre and rest is facing towards the centre. They like different sports viz. Cricket, Football, Hockey, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Kabaddi, Boxing and Shooting but not necessarily in the same order.

  • Arjun is second to the left of Rahim, who doesn’t like Basketball, Cricket or Kabaddi.
  • Abbas likes Boxing. One who likes Hockey movie is fourth to the right of the one who likes Football.
  • Person who likes Football is facing away from the centre.
  • Rahim is fourth to the right of Ganesh, whose sitting orientation is same as Maaran.
  • Maaran, who likes Volleyball is sitting fifth to the left of Vinoth, who is an immediate neighbour of Arjun.
  • Mithran does not like Cricket, Basketball or Kabaddi.
  • Lakshman likes Basketball, one who likes Kabaddi is facing toward the centre as Mithran faces, but they are not neighbours of each other.
  • Kabaddi is not liked by Arjun. Ganeshis facing away from the centre.
  • Cricket is not liked by Ganesh. One who likes Tennis is sitting second to the right of the one who likes Cricket.
  • Maaran is second to the left of Varun, who likes Football.
  • Arjun is in the group of Mithran in terms of sitting direction with respect to centre.
  • Abbas is facing away from the centre and is second to the right of Lakshman.
  • Hockey is liked by a person who is facing away from the centre.

Note: Facing the same direction means if some person faces the centre then other person faces the centre and vice versa. Also facing the opposite direction means if one person faces the centre then other person faces outward direction and vice versa.

1.How many persons sit between Arjun and Mithran? (Count from the right of Mithran)

  1.  Three
  2.  Four
  3.  Two
  4.  Five
  5.  Six
  1. Abbas sits third to the right of __________
  1.   The one who like Football
  2.   The one who likes Shooting
  3.   Mithran
  4.   Varun
  5.   All of the above
  1. Which of the following combinations is true?
  1.   Maaran– Facing outside – Cricket
  2.   Ganesh – Facing centre– Hockey
  3.   Lakshman– Facing centre–Basketball
  4.   Rahim– Facing outside – Tennis
  5.   None of these
  1. Which of the following sports like by Vinoth?
  1.   Kabaddi
  2.   Tennis
  3.   Boxing
  4.   Cricket
  5.   Basketball
  1. Which of the following person likes Shooting?
  1.   Abbas
  2.   Ganesh
  3.   Varun
  4.   Mithran
  5.   Arjun

Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. Eight persons H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O are standing in a straight line at equidistant, some of them are facing north while others are facing south. M is standing third to the right to H.  M is standing at one of the extreme ends.  L is standing third to the left of H.  The immediate neighbours of J face north. N is not an immediate neighbor of H.  The persons standing at the extreme ends face the same direction (Both are facing either north or south). The immediate neighbours of H face just opposite direction as that of M.  The immediate neighbours of O face opposite direction with respect to each other. One of the immediate neighbours of L is K who is facing north.  I is standing between J and M.  Not more than four persons are facing north.

  1. The immediate neighbours of L are:
  1.  M and N
  2.  N and O
  3.  K and N
  4.  N and H
  5.  J and H
  1. Who among the following is to the immediate left of H?
  1.   O
  2.   J
  3.   I
  4.   L
  5.   K
  1. How many persons are standing exactly between I and O?
  1.   Four
  2.   Three
  3.   One
  4.   None of the above
  5.   Two
  1. Who among the following is third to the left on N?
  1.   K
  2.   J
  3.   H
  4.   I
  5.   O
  1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the above arrangement and hence form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?
  1.   N
  2.   L
  3.   O
  4.   J
  5.   K
  1. Veena walked 5m towards north, took a left turn and walked 7m. She took a left turn again and walked 8m before taking a left turn and walking 7m. She then took a final left turn and walked 1m before stopping. How far is Veena from the starting point?
  1. 3m
  2. 6m
  3. 4m
  4. 2m
  5. 7m
  1. In a certain code, IDEAS is written as HEDBR and WOULD is written as VPTMC. How will RIGHT be written in the same code?
  1. QJHIS
  2. QJFGS
  3. SHHGU
  4. QJFIU
  5. QJFIS

Directions (Q.13-15): Study the following information to answer the given question:

Amongst five friends, A, B, C, D and E, each bought a mobile phone for a different price. A paid more than both C and E. Only B paid more than D. E did not pay the minimum amount. E paid ₹ 8,000 for the phone.

  1. Which of the following is true with regard to the given information?
  1. Only two people paid a price less than the price paid by B.
  2. E paid more than C and B.
  3. No one paid more amount than that paid by C.
  4. Amongst the five friends, C is most likely to have paid ₹ 9,000 for the mobile phone.
  5. None is true
  1. If D paid ₹ 17,000 more than the price paid by E, which of the following could possibly be the amount paid by A?
  1. ₹ 35,000
  2. ₹ 16,000
  3. ₹ 7500
  4. ₹ 26,000
  5. ₹ 6,500
  1. Who paid the third highest amount for the mobile phone?
  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. D
  5. E

Directions (Q. 16-20) : In every questions two rows are given and to find out the resultant of a particular row you need to follow the following rules :

 Step 1: If an odd number is followed by an even number then the resultant comes by multiplying the numbers.

Step 2: If an even number is followed by an odd (non prime) number then the resultant will be the subtraction of the odd number form the even number.

Step 3: If an even is followed by prime number (except 2) then the resultant will be the addition of both the numbers.

Step 4: If an odd number is followed by a perfect cube then the resultant will be the subtraction of the cube root of that number from the odd number.

Step 5: If odd number is followed by another odd number the resultant will be the addition of both the numbers.

  1. Find the sum of the resultant of two rows. If P is the resultant of first row.

11      64         4

P        7           2

  1. 72
  2. 43
  3. 70
  4. Can’t be determined
  5. None of these
  1. Find the difference between the resultant of first and second row.

11      6           21

31      1000    13

  1. 11
  2. 13
  3. 9
  4. 22
  5. None of these
  1. If the sum of the resultants of two rows is 38. Then find the value of M.

36      33     4

16       7      M

  1. 8
  2. 6
  3. 1
  4. 3
  5. None of these
  1. Find the sum of two rows.

8         11       4

26      21      5

  1. 128
  2. 86
  3. 66
  4. 80
  5. 96
  1. Find the resultant of first row if X is the resultant of second row ?

15    X      6

8      31    25

  1. 68
  2. 36
  3. 66
  4. 18
  5. None of these

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