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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Direction 15): Read the information given and answer the following questions.
There are five male students A, B, C, D and E and six female students P, Q, R, S, T and U. E, C and Q are good in cricket. B, A, R, T and P are good in Badminton and the rest are good in Tennis. Some teams are to be selected for an international event amongst these eleven students subject to the following conditions.
(i) E, R and S have to be together.
(ii) C cannot go with A or Q.
(iii) D and T have to be together.
(iv) B and U have to be together.
(v) A and R cannot go together.
(vi) B cannot go with T.If the team is to consists of two male cricketers, two female badminton players and one tennis player, then who are the members of the team?
Correct
Answer – 2)
Solution:
Given:
Male students are represented by (+) sign and female students by (−).
Cricketers: E(+), C(+) and Q(−)
Badminton: B(+), A(+), R(−), T(−) and P(−)
Tennis: D(+), S(−), U(−)
Team: Two male cricketers, two female badminton players and one tennis player
Conditions:
1. E(+), R(−) and S(−)
2. C(+) or A(+) or Q(−)
3. D(+) and T(−)
4. B(+) and U(−)
5. A(+) or R(−)
6. B(+) or T(−)
Let’s examine given options on the basis of given conditions:
1) E, C, R, T, S →Since D and T must come together. Hence, this combination is not possible.
2) E, C, R, S, P →It doesn’t violate any condition. Hence, it’s possible.
3) E, R, Q, P, S →There must be two male cricketers. Hence, this combination is not possible.
4) C, D, T, Q, P →There must be two male cricketers. Hence, this combination is not possible.
5) E, C, R, B, U →There must be two female badminton players. Hence, this combination is not possible.
Therefore E, C, R, S, P is the possible combination.Incorrect
Answer – 2)
Solution:
Given:
Male students are represented by (+) sign and female students by (−).
Cricketers: E(+), C(+) and Q(−)
Badminton: B(+), A(+), R(−), T(−) and P(−)
Tennis: D(+), S(−), U(−)
Team: Two male cricketers, two female badminton players and one tennis player
Conditions:
1. E(+), R(−) and S(−)
2. C(+) or A(+) or Q(−)
3. D(+) and T(−)
4. B(+) and U(−)
5. A(+) or R(−)
6. B(+) or T(−)
Let’s examine given options on the basis of given conditions:
1) E, C, R, T, S →Since D and T must come together. Hence, this combination is not possible.
2) E, C, R, S, P →It doesn’t violate any condition. Hence, it’s possible.
3) E, R, Q, P, S →There must be two male cricketers. Hence, this combination is not possible.
4) C, D, T, Q, P →There must be two male cricketers. Hence, this combination is not possible.
5) E, C, R, B, U →There must be two female badminton players. Hence, this combination is not possible.
Therefore E, C, R, S, P is the possible combination. 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Direction 15): Read the information given and answer the following questions.
There are five male students A, B, C, D and E and six female students P, Q, R, S, T and U. E, C and Q are good in cricket. B, A, R, T and P are good in Badminton and the rest are good in Tennis. Some teams are to be selected for an international event amongst these eleven students subject to the following conditions.
(i) E, R and S have to be together.
(ii) C cannot go with A or Q.
(iii) D and T have to be together.
(iv) B and U have to be together.
(v) A and R cannot go together.
(vi) B cannot go with T.If the team is to consist of one cricketer, two badminton players, three tennis player and B may not go with U, then who are the members of the team?
Correct
Answer – 2)
Solution:
Given:
Male students are represented by (+) sign and female students by (−).
Cricketers: E(+), C(+) and Q(−)
Badminton: B(+), A(+), R(−), T(−) and P(−)
Tennis: D(+), S(−), U(−)
Team: One cricketer, two badminton players, three tennis players
Conditions:
1. E(+), R(−) and S(−)
2. C(+) or A(+) or Q(−)
3. D(+) and T(−)
4. A(+) or R(−)
5. B(+) or T(−)
6. B(+) or U(−)
Let’s examine given options on the basis of given conditions:
1) E, D, R, T, P, S →There must be three tennis players. Hence, this combination is not possible.
2) E, D, R, T, U, S →It doesn’t violate any condition. Hence, it’s possible.
3) C, D, T, P, U, S →Since E, R and S must come together. Hence, this combination is not possible.
4) D, T, Q, P, U, S →Since E, R and S must come together. Hence, this combination is not possible.
5) E, U, R, B, C, D →There must be three tennis players. Hence, this combination is not possible.
Therefore E, D, R, T, U and S is the possible combination.Incorrect
Answer – 2)
Solution:
Given:
Male students are represented by (+) sign and female students by (−).
Cricketers: E(+), C(+) and Q(−)
Badminton: B(+), A(+), R(−), T(−) and P(−)
Tennis: D(+), S(−), U(−)
Team: One cricketer, two badminton players, three tennis players
Conditions:
1. E(+), R(−) and S(−)
2. C(+) or A(+) or Q(−)
3. D(+) and T(−)
4. A(+) or R(−)
5. B(+) or T(−)
6. B(+) or U(−)
Let’s examine given options on the basis of given conditions:
1) E, D, R, T, P, S →There must be three tennis players. Hence, this combination is not possible.
2) E, D, R, T, U, S →It doesn’t violate any condition. Hence, it’s possible.
3) C, D, T, P, U, S →Since E, R and S must come together. Hence, this combination is not possible.
4) D, T, Q, P, U, S →Since E, R and S must come together. Hence, this combination is not possible.
5) E, U, R, B, C, D →There must be three tennis players. Hence, this combination is not possible.
Therefore E, D, R, T, U and S is the possible combination. 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Direction 15): Read the information given and answer the following questions.
There are five male students A, B, C, D and E and six female students P, Q, R, S, T and U. E, C and Q are good in cricket. B, A, R, T and P are good in Badminton and the rest are good in Tennis. Some teams are to be selected for an international event amongst these eleven students subject to the following conditions.
(i) E, R and S have to be together.
(ii) C cannot go with A or Q.
(iii) D and T have to be together.
(iv) B and U have to be together.
(v) A and R cannot go together.
(vi) B cannot go with T.If the team is to consist of one male cricketer, one male badminton player, one female cricketer and two tennis player, then who are the members of the team?
Correct
Answer – 2)
Solution:
Given:
Male students are represented by (+) sign and female students by (−).
Cricketers: E(+), C(+) and Q(−)
Badminton: B(+), A(+), R(−), T(−) and P(−)
Tennis: D(+), S(−), U(−)
Team: One male cricketer, one male badminton players, one female cricketer and two tennis playerLet’s examine given options on the basis of given conditions:
1) E, B, R, U, S →There must be a female cricketer. Hence, this combination is not possible.
2) E, A, D, Q, U →It doesn’t violate any condition. Hence, it’s possible.
3) E, A, D, R, S → There must be a female cricketer. Hence, this combination is not possible.
4) C, B, D, T, S →There must be a female cricketer. Hence, this combination is not possible.
5) E, A, R, P, D →There must be two tennis players. Hence, this combination is not possible.Therefore E, B, R, U and S is the possible combination.
Incorrect
Answer – 2)
Solution:
Given:
Male students are represented by (+) sign and female students by (−).
Cricketers: E(+), C(+) and Q(−)
Badminton: B(+), A(+), R(−), T(−) and P(−)
Tennis: D(+), S(−), U(−)
Team: One male cricketer, one male badminton players, one female cricketer and two tennis playerLet’s examine given options on the basis of given conditions:
1) E, B, R, U, S →There must be a female cricketer. Hence, this combination is not possible.
2) E, A, D, Q, U →It doesn’t violate any condition. Hence, it’s possible.
3) E, A, D, R, S → There must be a female cricketer. Hence, this combination is not possible.
4) C, B, D, T, S →There must be a female cricketer. Hence, this combination is not possible.
5) E, A, R, P, D →There must be two tennis players. Hence, this combination is not possible.Therefore E, B, R, U and S is the possible combination.

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Direction 15): Read the information given and answer the following questions.
There are five male students A, B, C, D and E and six female students P, Q, R, S, T and U. E, C and Q are good in cricket. B, A, R, T and P are good in Badminton and the rest are good in Tennis. Some teams are to be selected for an international event amongst these eleven students subject to the following conditions.
(i) E, R and S have to be together.
(ii) C cannot go with A or Q.
(iii) D and T have to be together.
(iv) B and U have to be together.
(v) A and R cannot go together.
(vi) B cannot go with T.If the team is to consist of one cricketer, three badminton player and one male tennis player, then who are the members of the team?
Correct
Answer – 3)
Solution:
Given:
Male students are represented by (+) sign and female students by (−).
Cricketers: E(+), C(+) and Q(−)
Badminton: B(+), A(+), R(−), T(−) and P(−)
Tennis: D(+), S(−), U(−)
Team: One cricketer, three badminton players and one male tennis player
Let’s examine given options on the basis of given conditions:
1) E, A, R, P, S →There must be one male tennis player. Hence, this combination is not possible.
2) B, A, Q, P, U →There must be one male tennis player. Hence, this combination is not possible.
3) A, D, E, B, P →It doesn’t violate any condition. Hence, it’s possible.
4) A, D, T, Q, U →There must be one male tennis player. Hence, this combination is not possible.
5) A, U, R, E, P →There must be one male tennis player. Hence, this combination is not possible.
Therefore A, D, E, B and P is the possible combination.Incorrect
Answer – 3)
Solution:
Given:
Male students are represented by (+) sign and female students by (−).
Cricketers: E(+), C(+) and Q(−)
Badminton: B(+), A(+), R(−), T(−) and P(−)
Tennis: D(+), S(−), U(−)
Team: One cricketer, three badminton players and one male tennis player
Let’s examine given options on the basis of given conditions:
1) E, A, R, P, S →There must be one male tennis player. Hence, this combination is not possible.
2) B, A, Q, P, U →There must be one male tennis player. Hence, this combination is not possible.
3) A, D, E, B, P →It doesn’t violate any condition. Hence, it’s possible.
4) A, D, T, Q, U →There must be one male tennis player. Hence, this combination is not possible.
5) A, U, R, E, P →There must be one male tennis player. Hence, this combination is not possible.
Therefore A, D, E, B and P is the possible combination. 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Direction 15): Read the information given and answer the following questions.
There are five male students A, B, C, D and E and six female students P, Q, R, S, T and U. E, C and Q are good in cricket. B, A, R, T and P are good in Badminton and the rest are good in Tennis. Some teams are to be selected for an international event amongst these eleven students subject to the following conditions.
(i) E, R and S have to be together.
(ii) C cannot go with A or Q.
(iii) D and T have to be together.
(iv) B and U have to be together.
(v) A and R cannot go together.
(vi) B cannot go with T.If the team is to consist of two cricketers, two badminton players, two tennis players and not more than three female students, then who are the members of the team?
Correct
Answer – 1)
Solution:
Given:
Male students are represented by (+) sign and female students by (−).
Cricketers: E(+), C(+) and Q(−)
Badminton: B(+), A(+), R(−), T(−) and P(−)
Tennis: D(+), S(−), U(−)
Team: Two cricketers, two badminton players, two tennis players and not more than three female students
Let’s examine given options on the basis of given conditions:
1) E, C, B, R, U, S →It doesn’t violate any condition. Hence, it’s possible.
2) E, B, R, Q, U, S →There must be three female students. Hence, this combination is not possible.
3) E, D, R, T, Q, U →There must be three female students. Hence, this combination is not possible.
4) C, B, D, T, R, U →There must be two cricketers. Hence, this combination is not possible.
5) A, D, R, E, P, B →There must be two cricketers and two tennis players. Hence, this combination is not possible.
Therefore E, C, B, R, U and S is the possible combination.Incorrect
Answer – 1)
Solution:
Given:
Male students are represented by (+) sign and female students by (−).
Cricketers: E(+), C(+) and Q(−)
Badminton: B(+), A(+), R(−), T(−) and P(−)
Tennis: D(+), S(−), U(−)
Team: Two cricketers, two badminton players, two tennis players and not more than three female students
Let’s examine given options on the basis of given conditions:
1) E, C, B, R, U, S →It doesn’t violate any condition. Hence, it’s possible.
2) E, B, R, Q, U, S →There must be three female students. Hence, this combination is not possible.
3) E, D, R, T, Q, U →There must be three female students. Hence, this combination is not possible.
4) C, B, D, T, R, U →There must be two cricketers. Hence, this combination is not possible.
5) A, D, R, E, P, B →There must be two cricketers and two tennis players. Hence, this combination is not possible.
Therefore E, C, B, R, U and S is the possible combination. 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 6 – 10): Study the following information and answer the given questions.
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight members in a family. Among them, four are males and four are females. There are three husbands, three wives, two daughters and two sons. They all have a different profession like – Doctor, Engineer, CA, Teacher, Lawyer, Banker, Politician and Model. They all are sitting around a circular table facing at the centre.
A is father of C and F, who is a male banker. The politician is married to a teacher and neither A nor B is a teacher. E is an engineer and is sitting between the CA and politician. No male is an engineer. G is father of B and is sitting between two male members. D is daughter of C, who is second to the right of her son. H is a lawyer and married to a banker. D is a model and is sitting second left of her father. A and B cannot sit adjacent to each other. All females sit together.Who among the following is a doctor?
Correct
Answer – 3)
Solution:
From the given information,
Persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H
Profession – Doctor, Engineer, CA, Teacher, Lawyer, Banker, Politician and Model
1. A is father of C and F, who is a male banker. D is daughter of C, who is second to the right of her son. D is a model and is sitting second left of her father. H is a lawyer and married to a banker.
2. G is father of B and is sitting between two male members. The politician is married to a teacher and neither A nor B is a teacher. E is an engineer and is sitting between the CA and politician.
3. D is daughter of C, who is second to the right of her son.
4. E is an engineer and is sitting between the CA and politician. All females sit together.
Hence, B is a CA.
5. D is a model and is sitting second left of her father. G is father of B and is sitting between two male members. A and B cannot sit adjacent to each other.
Incorrect
Answer – 3)
Solution:
From the given information,
Persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H
Profession – Doctor, Engineer, CA, Teacher, Lawyer, Banker, Politician and Model
1. A is father of C and F, who is a male banker. D is daughter of C, who is second to the right of her son. D is a model and is sitting second left of her father. H is a lawyer and married to a banker.
2. G is father of B and is sitting between two male members. The politician is married to a teacher and neither A nor B is a teacher. E is an engineer and is sitting between the CA and politician.
3. D is daughter of C, who is second to the right of her son.
4. E is an engineer and is sitting between the CA and politician. All females sit together.
Hence, B is a CA.
5. D is a model and is sitting second left of her father. G is father of B and is sitting between two male members. A and B cannot sit adjacent to each other.

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 6 – 10): Study the following information and answer the given questions.
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight members in a family. Among them, four are males and four are females. There are three husbands, three wives, two daughters and two sons. They all have a different profession like – Doctor, Engineer, CA, Teacher, Lawyer, Banker, Politician and Model. They all are sitting around a circular table facing at the centre.
A is father of C and F, who is a male banker. The politician is married to a teacher and neither A nor B is a teacher. E is an engineer and is sitting between the CA and politician. No male is an engineer. G is father of B and is sitting between two male members. D is daughter of C, who is second to the right of her son. H is a lawyer and married to a banker. D is a model and is sitting second left of her father. A and B cannot sit adjacent to each other. All females sit together.Who sits second to the left of A?
Correct
Answer – 4) H
Incorrect
Answer – 4) H

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 6 – 10): Study the following information and answer the given questions.
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight members in a family. Among them, four are males and four are females. There are three husbands, three wives, two daughters and two sons. They all have a different profession like – Doctor, Engineer, CA, Teacher, Lawyer, Banker, Politician and Model. They all are sitting around a circular table facing at the centre.
A is father of C and F, who is a male banker. The politician is married to a teacher and neither A nor B is a teacher. E is an engineer and is sitting between the CA and politician. No male is an engineer. G is father of B and is sitting between two male members. D is daughter of C, who is second to the right of her son. H is a lawyer and married to a banker. D is a model and is sitting second left of her father. A and B cannot sit adjacent to each other. All females sit together.Who sits between the lawyer and the doctor?
Correct
Answer – 2) The one who is a Model
Incorrect
Answer – 2) The one who is a Model

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 6 – 10): Study the following information and answer the given questions.
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight members in a family. Among them, four are males and four are females. There are three husbands, three wives, two daughters and two sons. They all have a different profession like – Doctor, Engineer, CA, Teacher, Lawyer, Banker, Politician and Model. They all are sitting around a circular table facing at the centre.
A is father of C and F, who is a male banker. The politician is married to a teacher and neither A nor B is a teacher. E is an engineer and is sitting between the CA and politician. No male is an engineer. G is father of B and is sitting between two male members. D is daughter of C, who is second to the right of her son. H is a lawyer and married to a banker. D is a model and is sitting second left of her father. A and B cannot sit adjacent to each other. All females sit together.How is D related to B?
Correct
Answer – 2) Sister
Incorrect
Answer – 2) Sister

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 6 – 10): Study the following information and answer the given questions.
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight members in a family. Among them, four are males and four are females. There are three husbands, three wives, two daughters and two sons. They all have a different profession like – Doctor, Engineer, CA, Teacher, Lawyer, Banker, Politician and Model. They all are sitting around a circular table facing at the centre.
A is father of C and F, who is a male banker. The politician is married to a teacher and neither A nor B is a teacher. E is an engineer and is sitting between the CA and politician. No male is an engineer. G is father of B and is sitting between two male members. D is daughter of C, who is second to the right of her son. H is a lawyer and married to a banker. D is a model and is sitting second left of her father. A and B cannot sit adjacent to each other. All females sit together.
Four of the following are alike in a certain way and form a group. Which of the following does not belong to that group?Correct
Answer – 5) B
Incorrect
Answer – 5) B
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