Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-154)

Shortcut Reasoning Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-154):

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

Eight persons L, M, N, O, A, B, C and D are sitting around a circular table Facing opposite to center. Each one of them came from different cities viz Hyderabad, Patna, Chennai, Bangalore, Goa, Delhi, Ranchi and Mumbai but not necessarily in the same order. Each person likes different colors namely viz Pink, Blue, Purple, Green, Red, Yellow, Black and Grey.

One who came from Bangalore faces the person who likes pink. M does not like blue color. L sits third to the left of the person came from Mumbai. A belongs to Chennai who likes pink color. The person who likes black sits immediately right of the Chennai person. A is not immediate neighbor of D. N sit on the immediate left of the Chennai person. Neither L nor D came from Goa and Patna. Goa person is not an immediate neighbor of the Mumbai person. The person who likes Green sits exactly in the middle between the persons who likes purple and grey colour. Hyderabad person sit second to the right of A. Hyderabad person is an immediate neighbor of the both Delhi and Ranchi persons. Ranchi person sits third to the left of M. M is not from Goa. B is not an immediate neighbor of L who likespurplecolor. C is not an immediate neighbor of Hyderabad person. Only two people sit between the Mumbai person and D. The Goa and Patna persons are immediate neighbor of each other. Ranchi person faces the person who likes red color.Neither C nor N likes green colour.

  1. Who amongst the following is came from Goa?
  1.   L
  2.   C
  3.   O
  4.   B
  5.   N
  1. Which of the following is true with respect to the given seating arrangement?
  1.   Delhi person is an immediate neighbor of Goa person
  2.   C sits second to left of O
  3.   Delhi person and Patna person are immediate neighbor of each other
  4.   A sits to the immediate right of the Mumbai person
  5.   Delhi person sits second to the right of person who likes green color
  1. Who amongst the following sits third to the right of A?
  1.   Ranchi
  2.   C
  3.   Patna
  4.   D
  5.   None of the above
  1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and thus form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
  1.   B – Chennai
  2.   C – Bangalore
  3.   O – Hyderabad
  4.   M – Delhi
  5.   L – Ranchi
  1. Who amongest following likes Red color?
  1.   L
  2.   O
  3.   C
  4.   N
  5.   B
  1. Statement: The new draft policy of Delhi Government has recommended parking control with charges for night and day hours and a limit on the number of vehicles to be accommodated on the residential streets of the city.

 What is the reason behind the Delhi government recommending new draft policy for parking?

  1. The government wants to build a playground for children.
  2. Residential areas were clogged with vehicles.
  3. The government wants to go for plantation to reduce the pollution.
  4. The government wants to increase the revenue.
  5. None of these
  1. Statement: Policies like farm loan waiver do not address the fundamental problems of Indian agriculture sector and if major agriculture states resort to such schemes, the impact on conslidated fiscal deficit could be 1 to 1.3 per cent of GDP, says a report.

Which of the following cannot be an effect of the farm loan waiver policies?

  1. Banks will not sanction loans to farmers in future.
  2. Farmer will grow more crops, which will result into more crop production.
  3. It will cause a burden on the government exchequer.
  4. More people will show interest in farming.
  5. None of these
  1. Statements: Government’s decision to revise retail fuel prices on a daily basis is likely to result in improvement in marketing margins for the oil companies, leading to better profitability for them.

Which of the following  favours the above decision taken by the government?

  1. Customers will get benefited due to reduced fuel prices.
  2. With this decision the Indian fuel prices will sync with the international rates.
  3. Due to this decision companies will have greater flexibility to pass on crude oil price volatility to end consumers.
  4. Oil companies are incurring huge losses due to fixed prices.
  5. None of these
  1. Statements: Government has set the target of doubling the farmer’s income by 2022 through a seven-point strategy. The seven-point strategy includes measures to step up irrigation, provide better-quality seeds and prevent post-harvest losses.

How will this decision affect the farmer’s life?

  1. It will improve the farmer’s lifestyle.
  2. It will increase the nation’s per capita income.
  3. It will increase agricultural output.
  4. It will increase trading of agricultural products on international level.
  5. None of these
  1. Statement: Public sector banks (PSBs) have scored poorly, when it comes to adherence to service standards, in a survey by the Banking Codes and Standard Board of India (BCSBI). No PSB, barring IDBI Bank, features among the top 10 in any of the five aspects of customer service surveyed.

Which of the following has been assumed in the above statement?

  1. PSBs have not improved customer services.
  2. PSB employees are not aware of the BCSBI parameters.
  3. PSBs do not have sufficient budget to spend on customer facilities.
  4. Employees in PSBs are not friendly with customers.
  5. None of these

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.

  1. What is R’s rank from the top in a class of 90 students?
  1. R is 18 ranks below S, who is 54th from the bottom.
  2. Q is 45th from the top and N is 10th from the bottom.
  3. III. R is exactly in the middle of Q and N.
  1. Only II
  2. Only I and II
  3. Either only I or both II and III
  4. Only III
  5. None of these
  1. Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting around a rectangular table, three each on longer sides and opposite each other. C and E are sitting exactly opposite each other. A sits on the immediate right of B. Is C sitting between two persons?
  1. D is not opposite A and sits on the extreme end of the longer side.
  2. If A and F exchange their places, A is on the immediate right of E.
  3. If A and E exchange their places, E sits on the immediate right of C.
  1. Only I
  2. Only II
  3. Only III
  4. All I, II and III together
  5. Any two statements
  1. Four bikes Discover, Yamaha, ZMR and Honda are each of a different engine capacity and give a different mileage. Does the bike with the lowest engine capacity give the least mileage?
  1. Discover gives the highest mileage but does not have the highest engine capacity.
  2. ZMR gives more mileage than Honda while Yamaha has a greater engine capacity than ZMR, whose engine capacity is more than Discover.
  3.  Honda does not give the least mileage but has the highest engine capacity.
  1. Only I and II
  2. Any two statements together are sufficient
  3. Any of the three statements
  4. Can’t be determined
  5. All I, II and III together
  1. On which day of the week did Rajeev visit Patna? (Assume that the week starts from Monday.)
  1. Rajeev took leave on Wednesday.
  2. Rajeev visited Patna the day after his mother’s visit to his house.
  3. III. Rajeev’s mother visited Rajeev’s house neither on Monday nor on Thursday.
  1. Only I and III
  2. All I, II and III together
  3. Only II and III
  4. Only I and II
  5. Can’t be determined
  1. Who among Ravi, Madhu, Rakhi, Roma, Ritu and Reena, each having different heights, is the tallest?
  1. Madhu is taller than Ravi but shorter than Ritu.
  2. Only two of them are shorter than Rakhi.
  3. Roma is taller than only Reena.
  1. Only I and III
  2. Only I and II
  3. Only II and III
  4. All I, II and III together
  5. None of these

Directions (16-20): Study the information and answer the given questions:

Eight persons S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z lives on eight storey building with ground floor being numbered one and the next floor is number 2 and so on. They have their birth date on August, May, September, November, July, December, June, and October but not necessarily in same order.
S lives on even numbered floor above fourth floor.  Two people lives between the floors on which S lives and the one who was born in July. Four people lives between the floors of U and X. U lives on even numbered floor above X.  The person who was born in May lives on odd numbered floor above the one who born in July and below the floor upon which S lives. Number of people living between the one who born in July and S, is two more than the number of persons between the one who was born in May and U. T was not born in May. As many people live between the one who born in June and October same as between the one who born in May and person T.  The person who was born in June lives on one of the floor above the one who born in October  and lives on even number floor below 8th floor but not on 4th floor. Y lives on odd floor immediately above V.  Four people lives between the one, who born in December and November. The person who born in December lives on one of the floors above the person who born in November. T lives immediately above Z. V was not born in August.The number of person who lives between U and the one born in October is less than 3.

16. S lives on which of the following floor? 
a. First
b. Fifth
c. Seventh
d. Eight
e. None of these
17. T borns in which of the following month?
a. June
b. July
c. October
d. November
e. None of these
18.How many floor between Z and S?
a. Three
b. Four
c. Two
d. Five
e. None of these

19.V borns in which of the following month?
a. July
b. October
c. November
d. September
e. None of these
20. In some way S is related to W and Y is related to V, in the same way T is related to?
a. Z
b. Y
c. V
d. X
e. None of these

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