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##### 1. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions Q.1-5). Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.**8 persons namely P, Q, R, S, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in a square table facing towards the center. Four of the persons are sitting in 4 corners while 4 of the persons are sitting in the middle of the sides. They have different number of balloons. Those who sit in the corners have the balloons in multiple of 2 and those who sit at the middle of the sides have the balloons in multiple of 3.

Immediate neighbours of S are having less number of balloons than S. Person who has 22 balloons sits second to the right of the person who has 10 balloons. P does not have 10 balloons. Y sits immediate left of the person who has 22 balloons. Y has 51 balloons. Number of balloons hold by R is greater than 20. balloons hold by R is 24 more than the balloons hold by X. balloons hold by X is 3 more than the balloons hold by P. P sits second to the right of the one who has 44 balloons. P is an immediate neighbour of the person who has 39 balloons. Two persons sit between Q and the one who has 39 balloons. Q does not have 44 balloons. W sits second to the left of Q. S is an immediate right of the person who has 15 balloons. Three persons sit between Z and the one who has 15 balloons. The difference between the number of balloons hold by Z and the one who is second to the left of Z is 6. Number of balloons hold by S is greater than the number of balloons hold by Z.**Which of the following statements is true as per the given arrangement?**CorrectAnswer –

**2) The sum of the number of balloons hold by R and S is 83.**

Explanation:

IncorrectAnswer –

**2) The sum of the number of balloons hold by R and S is 83.**

Explanation:

- Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions Q.1-5). Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.**8 persons namely P, Q, R, S, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in a square table facing towards the center. Four of the persons are sitting in 4 corners while 4 of the persons are sitting in the middle of the sides. They have different number of balloons. Those who sit in the corners have the balloons in multiple of 2 and those who sit at the middle of the sides have the balloons in multiple of 3.

Immediate neighbours of S are having less number of balloons than S. Person who has 22 balloons sits second to the right of the person who has 10 balloons. P does not have 10 balloons. Y sits immediate left of the person who has 22 balloons. Y has 51 balloons. Number of balloons hold by R is greater than 20. balloons hold by R is 24 more than the balloons hold by X. balloons hold by X is 3 more than the balloons hold by P. P sits second to the right of the one who has 44 balloons. P is an immediate neighbour of the person who has 39 balloons. Two persons sit between Q and the one who has 39 balloons. Q does not have 44 balloons. W sits second to the left of Q. S is an immediate right of the person who has 15 balloons. Three persons sit between Z and the one who has 15 balloons. The difference between the number of balloons hold by Z and the one who is second to the left of Z is 6. Number of balloons hold by S is greater than the number of balloons hold by Z.**How many people sit between P(From the right side of P) and the one who has 51 balloons**CorrectAnswer –

**3) Two**IncorrectAnswer –

**3) Two** - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions Q.1-5). Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.**8 persons namely P, Q, R, S, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in a square table facing towards the center. Four of the persons are sitting in 4 corners while 4 of the persons are sitting in the middle of the sides. They have different number of balloons. Those who sit in the corners have the balloons in multiple of 2 and those who sit at the middle of the sides have the balloons in multiple of 3.

Immediate neighbours of S are having less number of balloons than S. Person who has 22 balloons sits second to the right of the person who has 10 balloons. P does not have 10 balloons. Y sits immediate left of the person who has 22 balloons. Y has 51 balloons. Number of balloons hold by R is greater than 20. balloons hold by R is 24 more than the balloons hold by X. balloons hold by X is 3 more than the balloons hold by P. P sits second to the right of the one who has 44 balloons. P is an immediate neighbour of the person who has 39 balloons. Two persons sit between Q and the one who has 39 balloons. Q does not have 44 balloons. W sits second to the left of Q. S is an immediate right of the person who has 15 balloons. Three persons sit between Z and the one who has 15 balloons. The difference between the number of balloons hold by Z and the one who is second to the left of Z is 6. Number of balloons hold by S is greater than the number of balloons hold by Z.**Number of balloons hold by R is ____**CorrectAnswer –

**3) 39**IncorrectAnswer –

**3) 39** - Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

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

Immediate neighbours of S are having less number of balloons than S. Person who has 22 balloons sits second to the right of the person who has 10 balloons. P does not have 10 balloons. Y sits immediate left of the person who has 22 balloons. Y has 51 balloons. Number of balloons hold by R is greater than 20. balloons hold by R is 24 more than the balloons hold by X. balloons hold by X is 3 more than the balloons hold by P. P sits second to the right of the one who has 44 balloons. P is an immediate neighbour of the person who has 39 balloons. Two persons sit between Q and the one who has 39 balloons. Q does not have 44 balloons. W sits second to the left of Q. S is an immediate right of the person who has 15 balloons. Three persons sit between Z and the one who has 15 balloons. The difference between the number of balloons hold by Z and the one who is second to the left of Z is 6. Number of balloons hold by S is greater than the number of balloons hold by Z.**What is the sum of the number of balloons hold by W, S and Q together?**CorrectAnswer –

**2) 76**IncorrectAnswer –

**2) 76** - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

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

Immediate neighbours of S are having less number of balloons than S. Person who has 22 balloons sits second to the right of the person who has 10 balloons. P does not have 10 balloons. Y sits immediate left of the person who has 22 balloons. Y has 51 balloons. Number of balloons hold by R is greater than 20. balloons hold by R is 24 more than the balloons hold by X. balloons hold by X is 3 more than the balloons hold by P. P sits second to the right of the one who has 44 balloons. P is an immediate neighbour of the person who has 39 balloons. Two persons sit between Q and the one who has 39 balloons. Q does not have 44 balloons. W sits second to the left of Q. S is an immediate right of the person who has 15 balloons. Three persons sit between Z and the one who has 15 balloons. The difference between the number of balloons hold by Z and the one who is second to the left of Z is 6. Number of balloons hold by S is greater than the number of balloons hold by Z.**What is the difference between the sum of the number of balloons hold by X and Z together and the sum of the number of balloons hold by P and Q together?**CorrectAnswer –

**2) 14**IncorrectAnswer –

**2) 14** - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**In this question there are two statements (A) and (B). These statements may either be independent causes or effects of independent causes or of a common cause. One of these statements may be the effect of the other statement. Read both the statements carefully and decide which of the following answer choices correctly depicts the relationship between these two statements:**

A. The Manager of Company Infosys has recently decided to revise its salary structure and also give a number of incentives to employees.

B. The attrition rate of company Infosys has doubled this year as compared to last year and is showing a rising trend.CorrectAnswer –

**3) Statement (B) is the cause and statement (A) is its effect**IncorrectAnswer –

**3) Statement (B) is the cause and statement (A) is its effect** - Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**Statement: “I would like to cancel hotel booking for today as my flight to Delhi has been cancelled, thus I would be unable to reach your hotel in 4 hours time” said Mr. Pandey to the hotel manager over phone.**

I. There is no means to trench Delhi other than flight.

II. There is no possibility of the fog to clear today.CorrectAnswer –

**5. Only I can be inferred**IncorrectAnswer –

**5. Only I can be inferred** - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: ReasoningEach of the six colleges, A, B, C, D, E and F of the same class has different number of candidates. Only F has more number of candidates than D. B has more number of candidates than E but less than A. C has more number of candidates than both E and A. The college having the third highest number of candidates has 50 candidates. E has 10 candidates.

**If the number of candidates in colleges C + F is Sixty-six more than the number of candidates in college E, how many of candidates are there in college F?**CorrectAnswer –

**2) 26**

Explanation:

F

D

C – 50

A

B

E – 10

C + F = 66 + E

C + F = 66 + 10 = 76

F = 76 – 50 = 26IncorrectAnswer –

**2) 26**

Explanation:

F

D

C – 50

A

B

E – 10

C + F = 66 + E

C + F = 66 + 10 = 76

F = 76 – 50 = 26 - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**This question consists of a situation followed by two statements numbered I and II given below it. Which of the given statements can be a possible reason for the given situation?**

**Situation:**

“The CEO of an online gift shopping app ‘Amazon’ has announced to send complimentary chocolate for orders above Rs 700 and personalized coffee mugs for orders above Rs.2000 for the next one month” – News article on 23rd February this year.

**Statement I:**Since the inception of Amazon in March four years ago, it has always made sure to thank its customers on its anniversary with special gestures.

**Statement II:**‘Amazon’ launched personalized gifts on 19th February this year, but has only received 100 orders for the same till date.CorrectAnswer –

**2) Only I can be a possible reason**IncorrectAnswer –

**2) Only I can be a possible reason** - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**Seven friends T, U, V, W, X, and Z are students of a school studying in different subjects VI, VII and VIII. Not less than two and not more than three students study in each standard each of them likes to play a different sport in his spare time viz, Fruit Ninja, Angry Bird, Chess, Hill Climb Racing, Dr.Driving, Candy Crush and Temple Run, but not necessarily in the same order. Which Sport does Y like?**

I. X does not study in standard VI and likes Candy Crush. The one who like Chess studies in Standard VIII. U studies in Standard VII only with Y. V likes Fruit Ninja and studies in the same standard as W and T. No one studying in Standard VI like Angry Bird and Dr.Driving. W does not like Temple Run and U does not like Dr.Driving.

II. U studies in Standard VII only with Y. Students studying in Standard VII like Angry Bird and Dr.Driving. U does not like Dr.Driving.CorrectAnswer –

**3) The data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.**

Explanation:

From Statement I

IncorrectAnswer –

**3) The data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.**

Explanation:

From Statement I

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