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Question 1 of 80
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
6, 10, 19, 36, 65, ?
Correct
Explanation:
Difference of difference
6+4 = 10, 10+9 = 19, 19+17 = 35, 35+29 = 65
4+5 = 9, 9+8 = 17, 17+12 = 29
5+3 = 8, 8+4 = 12
So next (12+5)+ 29 + 65Incorrect
Explanation:
Difference of difference
6+4 = 10, 10+9 = 19, 19+17 = 35, 35+29 = 65
4+5 = 9, 9+8 = 17, 17+12 = 29
5+3 = 8, 8+4 = 12
So next (12+5)+ 29 + 65 
Question 2 of 80
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
4, 6, 24, 130, 924, ?
Correct
Explanation:
*1 + 2, *3 + 6, *5 + 10, *7 + 14, *9 + 18Incorrect
Explanation:
*1 + 2, *3 + 6, *5 + 10, *7 + 14, *9 + 18 
Question 3 of 80
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
10, 5, 8, 21, 75, ?
Correct
Explanation:
*0.5 + 0, *1.5 + 0.5, *2.5 + 1, *3.5 + 1.5,Incorrect
Explanation:
*0.5 + 0, *1.5 + 0.5, *2.5 + 1, *3.5 + 1.5, 
Question 4 of 80
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
9, 10, 14, 23, 39, ?
Correct
Explanation:
+ 1^2, + 2^2, + 3^2, + 4^2Incorrect
Explanation:
+ 1^2, + 2^2, + 3^2, + 4^2 
Question 5 of 80
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
4, 10, 33, 136, 685, ?
Correct
Explanation:
*2 + 2, *3 + 3, *4 + 4, *5 + 5Incorrect
Explanation:
*2 + 2, *3 + 3, *4 + 4, *5 + 5 
Question 6 of 80
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA, B, and C can complete a piece of work in 15, 20 and 30 days respectively. All started working together, but A left after some days. If B and C completed the remaining work in 3 more days, then how much work is completed by A?
Correct
Explanation:
If A do work for x days, then B and C for (x+3) days
So 1/15 * x + (1/20 + 1/30) * (x+3) = 1
Solve, x = 5
So A completed 1/15 * 5 = 1/3 of workIncorrect
Explanation:
If A do work for x days, then B and C for (x+3) days
So 1/15 * x + (1/20 + 1/30) * (x+3) = 1
Solve, x = 5
So A completed 1/15 * 5 = 1/3 of work 
Question 7 of 80
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA and B started a business by investing Rs 1350 and Rs 1800 respectively. After 9 months B leave and C and D joined with investments of Rs 3000 and Rs 2700 respectively. If annula profit obtained is Rs 13,750, find the shares of profit of B and C together.
Correct
Explanation:
A : B : C : D
1350*12 : 1800*9 : 3000*3 : 2700*3
18 : 18 : 10 : 9
So (B+C) got = (18+10)/(18+18+10+9) * 13750Incorrect
Explanation:
A : B : C : D
1350*12 : 1800*9 : 3000*3 : 2700*3
18 : 18 : 10 : 9
So (B+C) got = (18+10)/(18+18+10+9) * 13750 
Question 8 of 80
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA mixture of milk and water is in the ratio 4 : 1. After a part of this mixture replaced with water, the new ratio of milk to water becomes 8 : 5.What part of the original mixture had been replaced by water?
Correct
Explanation:
Let total original quantity = x litres, Let y litres replaced.
After y litres of mixture drawn out,
Milk = [4/(4+1)] * x – [4/(4+1)] * y
Water = [1/(4+1)] * x – [1/(4+1)] * y
Now y litres of water poured in. Water becomes (1/5)*x – (1/5)*y +y = (1/5)*x +(4/5)*y
Now [(4/5)*x – (4/5)*y] / [(1/5)*x + (4/5)*y] = 8/5
Take 1/5 common and cancel, so
4(xy)/(x+4y) = 8/5
5x – 5y = 2x + 8y
Solve, y = (3/13)* x
So 3/13 of original mixture removed.Incorrect
Explanation:
Let total original quantity = x litres, Let y litres replaced.
After y litres of mixture drawn out,
Milk = [4/(4+1)] * x – [4/(4+1)] * y
Water = [1/(4+1)] * x – [1/(4+1)] * y
Now y litres of water poured in. Water becomes (1/5)*x – (1/5)*y +y = (1/5)*x +(4/5)*y
Now [(4/5)*x – (4/5)*y] / [(1/5)*x + (4/5)*y] = 8/5
Take 1/5 common and cancel, so
4(xy)/(x+4y) = 8/5
5x – 5y = 2x + 8y
Solve, y = (3/13)* x
So 3/13 of original mixture removed. 
Question 9 of 80
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA rectangular park has dimensions 180 m × 85 m. If there is a 2.5 m wide path around the sides of the park inside park, then what will be the cost of painting this path at 60 paise per sq. meter?
Correct
Explanation:
Area of garden = 180*85 = 15300 m^{2}
Area of path = (1805)*(855) = 14000 m^{2}
So area of path = 15300 – 14000 = 1300 m^{2}
So cost = 1300*(60/100) = Rs 780Incorrect
Explanation:
Area of garden = 180*85 = 15300 m^{2}
Area of path = (1805)*(855) = 14000 m^{2}
So area of path = 15300 – 14000 = 1300 m^{2}
So cost = 1300*(60/100) = Rs 780 
Question 10 of 80
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThere are 260 tickets in a box. Find the probability of choosing a ticket such that it contains a multiple of 5 or 7.
Correct
Explanation:
Multiples of 5 = 52
Multiples of 7 = 37
Multiples of 35 = 7
So probab = (52+37 – 7)/260 = 82/260
82/260 = 41/130Incorrect
Explanation:
Multiples of 5 = 52
Multiples of 7 = 37
Multiples of 35 = 7
So probab = (52+37 – 7)/260 = 82/260
82/260 = 41/130 
Question 11 of 80
11. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (11 – 15): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
(Note: You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)18.89% of 2305 + 42.22% of 260 = ?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 12 of 80
12. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (11 – 15): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
(Note: You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)14.12 × 16.96 ÷ 8 = √?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 13 of 80
13. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (11 – 15): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
(Note: You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)4/7 × 880 – 2/5 × 282 =?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 14 of 80
14. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (11 – 15): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
(Note: You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)14.01 × 16.23 + 3890 ÷ 14.89 = ?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 15 of 80
15. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (11 – 15): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
(Note: You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)(23.79)^{2} – 24.01% of 649.99 = ?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 16 of 80
16. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (16 – 20): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
52% of 250 + 35% of 420 = ?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 17 of 80
17. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (16 – 20): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
(78)^{2} – 15 × 160 = ? + 2234
Correct
Incorrect

Question 18 of 80
18. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (16 – 20): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
√3969 ÷ 7 + 40 × 21 = ?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 19 of 80
19. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (16 – 20): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
42% of 450 = ? ÷ 40
Correct
Incorrect

Question 20 of 80
20. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (16 – 20): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
1 1/2 + 2 2/3 + 3 3/4 – 4 4/5
Correct
Incorrect

Question 21 of 80
21. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2125): Study the following pie chart carefully to answer the following questions.
If total number of students in class 11 is 460, then on an average how much percent of students were present on a single day?
Correct
Explanation:
(250+300+450+400+450)/(5*460) * 100
1850/2300 * 100 = 80.4%Incorrect
Explanation:
(250+300+450+400+450)/(5*460) * 100
1850/2300 * 100 = 80.4% 
Question 22 of 80
22. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2125): Study the following pie chart carefully to answer the following questions.
What is the difference in the number of present students on Tuesday and Friday in class 12 and the number of present students on Monday and Wednesday in class 11?
Correct
Explanation:
(350+350) – (250+450)Incorrect
Explanation:
(350+350) – (250+450) 
Question 23 of 80
23. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2125): Study the following pie chart carefully to answer the following questions.
What is the ratio between the number of present students on Monday and Tuesday and that on Thursday and Friday?
Correct
Explanation:
(250+200+300+350) : (400+400+450+350)
1100 : 1600Incorrect
Explanation:
(250+200+300+350) : (400+400+450+350)
1100 : 1600 
Question 24 of 80
24. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2125): Study the following pie chart carefully to answer the following questions.
Total number of present students on Friday is approximately what percent of the number of students present on Monday and Wednesday together?
Correct
Explanation:
Total number of present students on Friday = 450+350 = 800
students present on Monday and Wednesday together = 250+200+450+300 = 1200
Required % = 800/1200 * 100Incorrect
Explanation:
Total number of present students on Friday = 450+350 = 800
students present on Monday and Wednesday together = 250+200+450+300 = 1200
Required % = 800/1200 * 100 
Question 25 of 80
25. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2125): Study the following pie chart carefully to answer the following questions.
Number of present students in class 11 on Tuesday is what percent greater than the number of absent students in class 12 on Monday and Wednesday if total number fo students in class 12 is 380?
Correct
Explanation:
present students in class 11 on Tuesday = 300
absent students in class 12 on Monday and Wednesday = (380200)+(380300) = 260
Required % = (300260)/260 * 100 = 15.38%Incorrect
Explanation:
present students in class 11 on Tuesday = 300
absent students in class 12 on Monday and Wednesday = (380200)+(380300) = 260
Required % = (300260)/260 * 100 = 15.38% 
Question 26 of 80
26. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeRs 6000 is lent in two parts in 2 schemes. Scheme A offers 4% rate of interest per annum and scheme B offers 6% rate of interest per annum. The total simple interest received is Rs 1520. If the part in scheme A is lent for 4 years and the part in scheme B is lent for 5 years, what is the part lent in scheme A?
Correct
Explanation:
Let part in scheme A = Rs x, then in scheme B is Rs (6000x)
So [x*4*4/100] + [(6000x)*6*5/100] = 1520
Solve, x = 2000Incorrect
Explanation:
Let part in scheme A = Rs x, then in scheme B is Rs (6000x)
So [x*4*4/100] + [(6000x)*6*5/100] = 1520
Solve, x = 2000 
Question 27 of 80
27. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDistance between point P and Q is 480 km. A train starts from point P at 6:00 AM with 60 km/hr towards Q. Another train starts from point Q towards P at 7:00 AM with 80 km/kr. At what time the trains will meet?
Correct
Explanation:
When 2nd train starts i.e. at 7 AM (1 hr after 6 AM), distance covered by first train is 60 km (i.e. in 1 hr).
Now 2nd train also starts and distance between them is now (48060) = 420 km
Both coming in opposite direction, so relative speed = (60+80) = 140 km/hr
So time = 7:00 AM + (420/140) = 7:00 AM +3 hrs = 10:00 AMIncorrect
Explanation:
When 2nd train starts i.e. at 7 AM (1 hr after 6 AM), distance covered by first train is 60 km (i.e. in 1 hr).
Now 2nd train also starts and distance between them is now (48060) = 420 km
Both coming in opposite direction, so relative speed = (60+80) = 140 km/hr
So time = 7:00 AM + (420/140) = 7:00 AM +3 hrs = 10:00 AM 
Question 28 of 80
28. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA gives 45% of his salary to B. From this amount, B spends 25% on his food items and 5% on repair of furniture and the remaining Rs 16,380 puts in the saving account. What is the salary of A?
Correct
Explanation:
Salary of A = x
B gets = (45/100)*x
He spends 25% + 5% = 30%, i.e. left with 70% of (45/100)*x
So (70/100) *(45/100) * x = 16380
Solve, x = 52000Incorrect
Explanation:
Salary of A = x
B gets = (45/100)*x
He spends 25% + 5% = 30%, i.e. left with 70% of (45/100)*x
So (70/100) *(45/100) * x = 16380
Solve, x = 52000 
Question 29 of 80
29. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIf an item is sold at 2/5th of its actual selling price, the profit made is 10%. Now if the same item is sold at 40% less than the actual selling price, what will be the profit%/loss%?
Correct
Explanation:
C.P. S.P.
Profit is 10%. So,
(2/5 S.P. – C.P.)/C.P. * 100 = 10
This gives S.P. = 11/4 C.P.
Now product sold at 40% less S.P. i.e. 60/100 or 6/10 of S.P.
Profit/loss% = (6/10 S.P. – C.P.)/C.P. * 100
Put S.P. = 11/4 C.P. and find the final answerIncorrect
Explanation:
C.P. S.P.
Profit is 10%. So,
(2/5 S.P. – C.P.)/C.P. * 100 = 10
This gives S.P. = 11/4 C.P.
Now product sold at 40% less S.P. i.e. 60/100 or 6/10 of S.P.
Profit/loss% = (6/10 S.P. – C.P.)/C.P. * 100
Put S.P. = 11/4 C.P. and find the final answer 
Question 30 of 80
30. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeAge of A 6 years hence will be twice of C’s age 8 years ago. Ratio of age of B to age of A is 3 : 2. If B’s present age is 5 years greater than C’s present age, find the average of age of A and B?
Correct
Explanation:
A + 6 = 2(C8)
B/A = 3/2
B = C + 5
Solve, A = 16 and B = 24
So (A+B)/2 = (16+24)/2 = 20Incorrect
Explanation:
A + 6 = 2(C8)
B/A = 3/2
B = C + 5
Solve, A = 16 and B = 24
So (A+B)/2 = (16+24)/2 = 20 
Question 31 of 80
31. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (3135): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer –
4x^{2} + 11x + 6 = 0, 2y^{2} – 9y + 9 = 0
Correct
Explanation:
4x^{2} + 11x + 6 = 0
4x^{2} + 8x + 3x + 6 = 0
Gives x = 2, 3/4
2y^{2} – 9y + 9 = 0
2y^{2} – 6y – 3y + 9 = 0
Gives y = 3/2, 3Incorrect
Explanation:
4x^{2} + 11x + 6 = 0
4x^{2} + 8x + 3x + 6 = 0
Gives x = 2, 3/4
2y^{2} – 9y + 9 = 0
2y^{2} – 6y – 3y + 9 = 0
Gives y = 3/2, 3 
Question 32 of 80
32. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (3135): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer –
x^{2} – 32x + 192 = 0, 4y^{2} – 35y + 24 = 0
Correct
Explanation:
x^{2} – 32x + 192 = 0
Gives x = 8, 24
4y^{2} – 35y + 24 = 0
4y^{2} – 32y – 3y + 24 = 0
Gives y = 3/4, 8Incorrect
Explanation:
x^{2} – 32x + 192 = 0
Gives x = 8, 24
4y^{2} – 35y + 24 = 0
4y^{2} – 32y – 3y + 24 = 0
Gives y = 3/4, 8 
Question 33 of 80
33. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (3135): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer –
3x^{2} + 10x + 7 = 0, 2y^{2} – 5y – 12 = 0
Correct
Explanation:
3x^{2} + 10x + 7 = 0
3x^{2} + 3x + 7x + 7 = 0
Gives x = 1, 7/3
2y^{2} – 5y – 12 = 0
2y^{2} – 8y + 3y – 12 = 0
Gives y = 3/2, 4Incorrect
Explanation:
3x^{2} + 10x + 7 = 0
3x^{2} + 3x + 7x + 7 = 0
Gives x = 1, 7/3
2y^{2} – 5y – 12 = 0
2y^{2} – 8y + 3y – 12 = 0
Gives y = 3/2, 4 
Question 34 of 80
34. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (3135): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer –
2x^{2} – 21x + 54 = 0, 2y^{2} – 11y + 12 = 0
Correct
Explanation:
2x^{2} – 21x + 54 = 0
2x^{2} – 12x – 9x + 54 = 0
Gives x = 9/2, 6
2y^{2} – 11y + 12 = 0
2y^{2} – 8y – 3y + 12 = 0
Gives y = 3/2, 4Incorrect
Explanation:
2x^{2} – 21x + 54 = 0
2x^{2} – 12x – 9x + 54 = 0
Gives x = 9/2, 6
2y^{2} – 11y + 12 = 0
2y^{2} – 8y – 3y + 12 = 0
Gives y = 3/2, 4 
Question 35 of 80
35. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (3135): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer –
3x^{2} + 13x + 14 = 0, 2y^{2} + 5y + 2 = 0
Correct
Explanation:
3x^{2} + 13x + 14 = 0
3x^{2} + 6x + 7x + 14 = 0
Gives x = 2, 7/3
2y^{2} + 5y + 2 = 0
2y^{2} + 4y + y + 2 = 0
Gives y = 1/2, 2Incorrect
Explanation:
3x^{2} + 13x + 14 = 0
3x^{2} + 6x + 7x + 14 = 0
Gives x = 2, 7/3
2y^{2} + 5y + 2 = 0
2y^{2} + 4y + y + 2 = 0
Gives y = 1/2, 2 
Question 36 of 80
36. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (36 – 40): Study the following bar graph and answer the questions that follow:
School A School B School C Total
Students% of
GirlsTotal
Students% of
GirlsTotal
Students% of
GirlsClass 4 360 55% 320 40% 460 65% Class 5 450 32% 250 42% 350 56% Class 6 350 36% 380 50% 460 40% What is the number of girls in school A in all three classes?
Correct
Explanation:
55/100 * 360 + 32/100 * 450 + 36/100 * 350Incorrect
Explanation:
55/100 * 360 + 32/100 * 450 + 36/100 * 350 
Question 37 of 80
37. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (36 – 40): Study the following bar graph and answer the questions that follow:
School A School B School C Total
Students% of
GirlsTotal
Students% of
GirlsTotal
Students% of
GirlsClass 4 360 55% 320 40% 460 65% Class 5 450 32% 250 42% 350 56% Class 6 350 36% 380 50% 460 40% What is the total number of boys in class 4 of school B and number of girls in class 6 of school C?
Correct
Explanation:
60/100 * 320 + 40/100 * 460Incorrect
Explanation:
60/100 * 320 + 40/100 * 460 
Question 38 of 80
38. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (36 – 40): Study the following bar graph and answer the questions that follow:
School A School B School C Total
Students% of
GirlsTotal
Students% of
GirlsTotal
Students% of
GirlsClass 4 360 55% 320 40% 460 65% Class 5 450 32% 250 42% 350 56% Class 6 350 36% 380 50% 460 40% What is the ratio of number of girls in class 4 and 6 of school B and number of boys in class 5 and 6 of school c ?
Correct
Explanation:
40/100 * 320 + 50/100 * 380 : 24/100 * 350 + 60/100 * 460
318 : 360
159 : 180Incorrect
Explanation:
40/100 * 320 + 50/100 * 380 : 24/100 * 350 + 60/100 * 460
318 : 360
159 : 180 
Question 39 of 80
39. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (36 – 40): Study the following bar graph and answer the questions that follow:
School A School B School C Total
Students% of
GirlsTotal
Students% of
GirlsTotal
Students% of
GirlsClass 4 360 55% 320 40% 460 65% Class 5 450 32% 250 42% 350 56% Class 6 350 36% 380 50% 460 40% In school C, which class has more number of girls?
Correct
Explanation:
65/100 * 460 = 299
56/100 * 350 = 196
40/100 * 460 = 184Incorrect
Explanation:
65/100 * 460 = 299
56/100 * 350 = 196
40/100 * 460 = 184 
Question 40 of 80
40. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (36 – 40): Study the following bar graph and answer the questions that follow:
School A School B School C Total
Students% of
GirlsTotal
Students% of
GirlsTotal
Students% of
GirlsClass 4 360 55% 320 40% 460 65% Class 5 450 32% 250 42% 350 56% Class 6 350 36% 380 50% 460 40% Number of boys in class 5 of school B is approximately what percent of number of boys in class 6 of school B?
Correct
Explanation:
(58/100 * 250)/ (50/100 * 380) * 100
145/190 * 100Incorrect
Explanation:
(58/100 * 250)/ (50/100 * 380) * 100
145/190 * 100 
Question 41 of 80
41. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (4145): Relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Find if the conclusions also follow or not.
Statements: F = Q ≥ R = A ≥ E; V ≤ G = E; R > X
Conclusions:
I. F > X
II. Q ≥ GCorrect
Explanation:
F = Q ≥ R > X, so F > X
Q ≥ R = A ≥ E = G, so Q ≥ GIncorrect
Explanation:
F = Q ≥ R > X, so F > X
Q ≥ R = A ≥ E = G, so Q ≥ G 
Question 42 of 80
42. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (4145): Relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Find if the conclusions also follow or not.
Statements: D = G ≥ R = A > E; V ≤ X > E
Conclusions:
I. D > X
II. X ≥ ACorrect
Explanation:
D = G ≥ R = A > X so D > X, now D > E < X  no relation between D andIncorrect
Explanation:
D = G ≥ R = A > X so D > X, now D > E < X  no relation between D and 
Question 43 of 80
43. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (4145): Relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Find if the conclusions also follow or not.
Statements: P = T ≥ A < F > W; W ≤ S > L; P ≤ K = E
Conclusions:
I. E > A
II. A = ECorrect
Explanation:
A ≤ T = P ≤ K = E, so A ≤ EIncorrect
Explanation:
A ≤ T = P ≤ K = E, so A ≤ E 
Question 44 of 80
44. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (4145): Relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Find if the conclusions also follow or not.
Statements: A > E ≥ J = W; K < E ≤ Q; G = Q ≤ C Conclusions: I. J ≤ C II. J > C
Correct
Explanation:
J ≤ E ≤ Q ≤ C, so J ≤ C is definitely true, so J > C falseIncorrect
Explanation:
J ≤ E ≤ Q ≤ C, so J ≤ C is definitely true, so J > C false 
Question 45 of 80
45. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (4145): Relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Find if the conclusions also follow or not.
Statements: C > E ≤ B = A; J ≤ E > M; L < W = J Conclusions: I. C < J II. W ≤ A
Correct
Explanation:
C > P ≥ J, so T > J
W = J ≤ E ≤ B = A, so W ≤ AIncorrect
Explanation:
C > P ≥ J, so T > J
W = J ≤ E ≤ B = A, so W ≤ A 
Question 46 of 80
46. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (46 – 50): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
In a certain code language, ‘clear mind leads to have enjoy’ is written as ‘nip lo vo ki su do’, ‘enjoy with in mind’ is written as ‘ka su lea lo’, ‘all have in record’ is written as ‘zo lea nip ji’, and ‘mind leads all set’ is written as ‘vo su ik ji’.What is the code for ‘record’?
Correct
Explanation:
record present in only – ‘all have in record’ is written as ‘zo lea nip ji’. And also ‘zo’ present in only this one code.Incorrect
Explanation:
record present in only – ‘all have in record’ is written as ‘zo lea nip ji’. And also ‘zo’ present in only this one code. 
Question 47 of 80
47. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (46 – 50): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
In a certain code language, ‘clear mind leads to have enjoy’ is written as ‘nip lo vo ki su do’, ‘enjoy with in mind’ is written as ‘ka su lea lo’, ‘all have in record’ is written as ‘zo lea nip ji’, and ‘mind leads all set’ is written as ‘vo su ik ji’.What does ‘ka’ stand for?
Correct
Explanation:
Ka only in – ‘enjoy with in mind’ is written as ‘ka su lea lo’. And also withIncorrect
Explanation:
Ka only in – ‘enjoy with in mind’ is written as ‘ka su lea lo’. And also with 
Question 48 of 80
48. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (46 – 50): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
In a certain code language, ‘clear mind leads to have enjoy’ is written as ‘nip lo vo ki su do’, ‘enjoy with in mind’ is written as ‘ka su lea lo’, ‘all have in record’ is written as ‘zo lea nip ji’, and ‘mind leads all set’ is written as ‘vo su ik ji’.Which is the code for ‘all with clear mind’?
Correct
Explanation:
with – ka
‘all’ present in last two codes so all = ji
‘mind’ present in first two and last, from these three codes mind = su
Clear and to present in first code can be either ki or duIncorrect
Explanation:
with – ka
‘all’ present in last two codes so all = ji
‘mind’ present in first two and last, from these three codes mind = su
Clear and to present in first code can be either ki or du 
Question 49 of 80
49. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (46 – 50): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
In a certain code language, ‘clear mind leads to have enjoy’ is written as ‘nip lo vo ki su do’, ‘enjoy with in mind’ is written as ‘ka su lea lo’, ‘all have in record’ is written as ‘zo lea nip ji’, and ‘mind leads all set’ is written as ‘vo su ik ji’.What does ‘ki zo ji do’ stands for?
Correct
Explanation:
From 3rd ques., ji = all
‘zo’ is record from 1st ques.
‘ki’ or ‘do’ is ‘clear’ or ‘to’Incorrect
Explanation:
From 3rd ques., ji = all
‘zo’ is record from 1st ques.
‘ki’ or ‘do’ is ‘clear’ or ‘to’ 
Question 50 of 80
50. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (46 – 50): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
In a certain code language, ‘clear mind leads to have enjoy’ is written as ‘nip lo vo ki su do’, ‘enjoy with in mind’ is written as ‘ka su lea lo’, ‘all have in record’ is written as ‘zo lea nip ji’, and ‘mind leads all set’ is written as ‘vo su ik ji’.Which of the following maybe the code for ‘mostly have in set’?
Correct
Explanation:
From 1st and 3rd code, have = nip
From 2nd and 3rd code, in = lea
From last code, set = ik
mostly not present anywhere, and also wi not present in any codeIncorrect
Explanation:
From 1st and 3rd code, have = nip
From 2nd and 3rd code, in = lea
From last code, set = ik
mostly not present anywhere, and also wi not present in any code 
Question 51 of 80
51. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5155): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
In a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday, 7 people – A, B, C, D, E, F and G have to attend conferences in 7 different cities but not necessarily in the same order. The conference cities are – Jaipur, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Varanasi, Noida, Sonepat, and Agra but not necessarily in the same order.
E attended conference in Varanasi on Friday. Only one conference was held between conferences that E and B attended. F attended conference immediately after C and immediately before G. F did not attend the conference in Agra. The conference held on Monday was held in Ahmedabad. Only one conference was held between conferences that G attended and the conference that held in Jaipur. C did not attend the conference in Jaipur. Conference on Delhi was held immediately before conference in Agra. D did not attend his conference on Monday. Conference in Sonepat was not held after conference in Jaipur.If Sonepat is related to Agra and A is related to F in a certain way, then to which of the following G is related to?
Correct
Explanation:
Day Person Subject Monday A Ahmedabad Tuesday C Sonepat Wednesday F Delhi Thursday G Agra Friday E Varanasi Saturday D Jaipur Sunday B Noida Incorrect
Explanation:
Day Person Subject Monday A Ahmedabad Tuesday C Sonepat Wednesday F Delhi Thursday G Agra Friday E Varanasi Saturday D Jaipur Sunday B Noida 
Question 52 of 80
52. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5155): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
In a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday, 7 people – A, B, C, D, E, F and G have to attend conferences in 7 different cities but not necessarily in the same order. The conference cities are – Jaipur, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Varanasi, Noida, Sonepat, and Agra but not necessarily in the same order.
E attended conference in Varanasi on Friday. Only one conference was held between conferences that E and B attended. F attended conference immediately after C and immediately before G. F did not attend the conference in Agra. The conference held on Monday was held in Ahmedabad. Only one conference was held between conferences that G attended and the conference that held in Jaipur. C did not attend the conference in Jaipur. Conference on Delhi was held immediately before conference in Agra. D did not attend his conference on Monday. Conference in Sonepat was not held after conference in Jaipur.In which of the following cities did D attended the conference?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 53 of 80
53. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5155): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
In a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday, 7 people – A, B, C, D, E, F and G have to attend conferences in 7 different cities but not necessarily in the same order. The conference cities are – Jaipur, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Varanasi, Noida, Sonepat, and Agra but not necessarily in the same order.
E attended conference in Varanasi on Friday. Only one conference was held between conferences that E and B attended. F attended conference immediately after C and immediately before G. F did not attend the conference in Agra. The conference held on Monday was held in Ahmedabad. Only one conference was held between conferences that G attended and the conference that held in Jaipur. C did not attend the conference in Jaipur. Conference on Delhi was held immediately before conference in Agra. D did not attend his conference on Monday. Conference in Sonepat was not held after conference in Jaipur.How many conferences were held between conferences that C and B attended?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 54 of 80
54. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5155): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
In a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday, 7 people – A, B, C, D, E, F and G have to attend conferences in 7 different cities but not necessarily in the same order. The conference cities are – Jaipur, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Varanasi, Noida, Sonepat, and Agra but not necessarily in the same order.
E attended conference in Varanasi on Friday. Only one conference was held between conferences that E and B attended. F attended conference immediately after C and immediately before G. F did not attend the conference in Agra. The conference held on Monday was held in Ahmedabad. Only one conference was held between conferences that G attended and the conference that held in Jaipur. C did not attend the conference in Jaipur. Conference on Delhi was held immediately before conference in Agra. D did not attend his conference on Monday. Conference in Sonepat was not held after conference in Jaipur.On which of the following days was the conference which F attended held?
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Incorrect

Question 55 of 80
55. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5155): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
In a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday, 7 people – A, B, C, D, E, F and G have to attend conferences in 7 different cities but not necessarily in the same order. The conference cities are – Jaipur, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Varanasi, Noida, Sonepat, and Agra but not necessarily in the same order.
E attended conference in Varanasi on Friday. Only one conference was held between conferences that E and B attended. F attended conference immediately after C and immediately before G. F did not attend the conference in Agra. The conference held on Monday was held in Ahmedabad. Only one conference was held between conferences that G attended and the conference that held in Jaipur. C did not attend the conference in Jaipur. Conference on Delhi was held immediately before conference in Agra. D did not attend his conference on Monday. Conference in Sonepat was not held after conference in Jaipur.Which of the following person attended conference on Sunday?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 56 of 80
56. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5660): In each of the questions below, statements are given followed by two
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at a variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.Statements: All foods are trees. No tree is a stem. Some stems are roots.
Conclusions:
I. Some trees are foods
II. No stem is foodCorrect
Incorrect

Question 57 of 80
57. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5660): In each of the questions below, statements are given followed by two
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at a variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.Statements: All dogs are pets. No pet is horse. No pets are rats.
Conclusions:
I. No horse is dog
II. Some horses are ratsCorrect
Incorrect

Question 58 of 80
58. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5660): In each of the questions below, statements are given followed by two
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at a variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.Statements: All engines are trains. All engines are mails. Some engines are sites.
Conclusions:
I. All trains are sites is a possibility.
II. No mails is sites.Correct
Incorrect

Question 59 of 80
59. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5660): In each of the questions below, statements are given followed by two
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at a variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.Statements: Some huts are homes. All homes are houses. No house is empty.
Conclusions:
I. All huts are houses is a possibility
II. No hut is empty.Correct
Incorrect

Question 60 of 80
60. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5660): In each of the questions below, statements are given followed by two
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at a variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.Statements: Some sites are roads. No site is door. All roads are narrow.
Conclusions:
I. At least some roads are doors.
II. Some narrow are doors is a possibility.Correct
Incorrect

Question 61 of 80
61. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6163): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Seven persons in an office – A, B, C, D, E, F and G are standing in a line with the person having highest age at front, second highest age at second, and so on.
G is older than F and D. G is older than A but he is not the oldest. A is older than F. The person who is the second eldest has age equal to 55 years while the third lowest in age is 47 years old. E is younger than F but older than D. C’s age is 36 years.Who among the following has age more than 47 but less than 55?
Correct
Explanation:
We get the order as D E F A G
Now two are left, B and C, it is given that G is not the oldest and C is 42. This implies that B must be eldest.
Now third lowest in age is 47 and C is 36, so E should be 47 years old. Final order is
C(36)/D… D/C(36)… E(47)… F… A… G(55)… BIncorrect
Explanation:
We get the order as D E F A G
Now two are left, B and C, it is given that G is not the oldest and C is 42. This implies that B must be eldest.
Now third lowest in age is 47 and C is 36, so E should be 47 years old. Final order is
C(36)/D… D/C(36)… E(47)… F… A… G(55)… B 
Question 62 of 80
62. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6163): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Seven persons in an office – A, B, C, D, E, F and G are standing in a line with the person having highest age at front, second highest age at second, and so on.
G is older than F and D. G is older than A but he is not the oldest. A is older than F. The person who is the second eldest has age equal to 55 years while the third lowest in age is 47 years old. E is younger than F but older than D. C’s age is 36 years.Who among the following can be 45 years old?
Correct
Explanation:
45 < 47, so either C or D, but for C 36 is given, So D can be 47Incorrect
Explanation:
45 < 47, so either C or D, but for C 36 is given, So D can be 47 
Question 63 of 80
63. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6163): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Seven persons in an office – A, B, C, D, E, F and G are standing in a line with the person having highest age at front, second highest age at second, and so on.
G is older than F and D. G is older than A but he is not the oldest. A is older than F. The person who is the second eldest has age equal to 55 years while the third lowest in age is 47 years old. E is younger than F but older than D. C’s age is 36 years.Who among the following is older than E but younger A?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 64 of 80
64. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIf ‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is father of Q’, ‘P # Q’ means ‘P is wife of Q’, ‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is brother of Q’, and ‘P % Q’ means ‘P is daughter of Q’, then the expression “M # C @ D % A” indicates which of the following relationship?
Correct
Explanation:
M is wife of C, C is brother of D, so M is sisterinlaw of D
D is daughter of A, so M must be daughterinlaw of A – but gender of A not known, and D sisterinlaw of M (as D being a female)Incorrect
Explanation:
M is wife of C, C is brother of D, so M is sisterinlaw of D
D is daughter of A, so M must be daughterinlaw of A – but gender of A not known, and D sisterinlaw of M (as D being a female) 
Question 65 of 80
65. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningRuchi is sitting 12th to the right of Prachil who is sitting at 6th position from the left end of row. Richa is sitting 4th to the left of Ruchi and also 8th to the left of Bhavna. If Bhavna is sitting at an extreme end, what is the total number of girls sitting in the row?
Correct
Explanation:
Prachil is 6th from left, and Ruchi 12th to right of Prachil so Ruchi at 18th from left. Now Richa 4th to left of Ruchi so she is 14th from left end of row. Bhavna at 8th right of Richa so Bhavna at 22nd from left and also she at extreme end, so there are 22 total girls.Incorrect
Explanation:
Prachil is 6th from left, and Ruchi 12th to right of Prachil so Ruchi at 18th from left. Now Richa 4th to left of Ruchi so she is 14th from left end of row. Bhavna at 8th right of Richa so Bhavna at 22nd from left and also she at extreme end, so there are 22 total girls. 
Question 66 of 80
66. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningHow many pairs of letters are there in the word RETIREMENT, each of which have as many letters between then in the word as they have between then in the English alphabet (in reverse directions)?
Correct
Explanation:
Reverse – RT, EI, NR, NTIncorrect
Explanation:
Reverse – RT, EI, NR, NT 
Question 67 of 80
67. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6771): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
There are eight people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H who are seated in a line. Four people are facing towards north and remaining towards south.
D is sitting fourth to the right of G who is facing north. A is sitting third to the right of D. Neither G nor D is sitting at extreme end of the line. B is sitting facing opposite direction as of G. F is sitting second to the left of B. E is sitting second to the right of D and is facing opposite direction as that of D. C and H are immediate neighbors of each other. C is sitting third to left of A. H if facing direction opposite to that of F. E is sitting third to the left of F.How many people are sitting between G and E?
Correct
Explanation:
Incorrect
Explanation:

Question 68 of 80
68. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6771): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
There are eight people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H who are seated in a line. Four people are facing towards north and remaining towards south.
D is sitting fourth to the right of G who is facing north. A is sitting third to the right of D. Neither G nor D is sitting at extreme end of the line. B is sitting facing opposite direction as of G. F is sitting second to the left of B. E is sitting second to the right of D and is facing opposite direction as that of D. C and H are immediate neighbors of each other. C is sitting third to left of A. H if facing direction opposite to that of F. E is sitting third to the left of F.Which of the following is true regarding B?
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Question 69 of 80
69. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6771): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
There are eight people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H who are seated in a line. Four people are facing towards north and remaining towards south.
D is sitting fourth to the right of G who is facing north. A is sitting third to the right of D. Neither G nor D is sitting at extreme end of the line. B is sitting facing opposite direction as of G. F is sitting second to the left of B. E is sitting second to the right of D and is facing opposite direction as that of D. C and H are immediate neighbors of each other. C is sitting third to left of A. H if facing direction opposite to that of F. E is sitting third to the left of F.Who is sitting second to right of H?
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Question 70 of 80
70. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6771): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
There are eight people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H who are seated in a line. Four people are facing towards north and remaining towards south.
D is sitting fourth to the right of G who is facing north. A is sitting third to the right of D. Neither G nor D is sitting at extreme end of the line. B is sitting facing opposite direction as of G. F is sitting second to the left of B. E is sitting second to the right of D and is facing opposite direction as that of D. C and H are immediate neighbors of each other. C is sitting third to left of A. H if facing direction opposite to that of F. E is sitting third to the left of F.Who is sitting to the immediate left of E?
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Question 71 of 80
71. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6771): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
There are eight people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H who are seated in a line. Four people are facing towards north and remaining towards south.
D is sitting fourth to the right of G who is facing north. A is sitting third to the right of D. Neither G nor D is sitting at extreme end of the line. B is sitting facing opposite direction as of G. F is sitting second to the left of B. E is sitting second to the right of D and is facing opposite direction as that of D. C and H are immediate neighbors of each other. C is sitting third to left of A. H if facing direction opposite to that of F. E is sitting third to the left of F.Who are the immediate neighbors of G?
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Question 72 of 80
72. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7274): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
Point R is 10 metres north of point A. Point K is exactly in the middle of the points R and A. Point N is 8 metres east of point A. Point M is 8 metres east of point K. Point S is 6 metres north of point M. What is the distance between points S and N?What is the distance between points S and N?
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Question 73 of 80
73. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7274): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
Point R is 10 metres north of point A. Point K is exactly in the middle of the points R and A. Point N is 8 metres east of point A. Point M is 8 metres east of point K. Point S is 6 metres north of point M.Point R is in which direction with respect to point S?
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Question 74 of 80
74. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7274): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
Point R is 10 metres north of point A. Point K is exactly in the middle of the points R and A. Point N is 8 metres east of point A. Point M is 8 metres east of point K. Point S is 6 metres north of point M.If a person starts from point S towards point K and then goes to point A, how much distance has he travelled
Correct
Explanation:
SK + KA
[√(6^2 + 8^2)] + 5
10 + 5 = 15 mIncorrect
Explanation:
SK + KA
[√(6^2 + 8^2)] + 5
10 + 5 = 15 m 
Question 75 of 80
75. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7580): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the center. Each of them plays a different mobile game – Temple Run, Subway Surfer, Traffic Rider, Candy Crush, Jungle Run, Fruit Ninja, 3D Bowling and Solitaire.
A is sitting third to the left of one who plays Solitaire and also opposite to G. B is sitting second to the right of E, who is not to the immediate right of G.
The persons who plays Temple Run and Candy Crush are opposite each other but they are neither B nor A. D, who plays Traffic Rider, is third to the right of the person who plays Candy Crush.
F and H are neither opposite nor adjacent to each other. E is not adjacent to A. C is neither adjacent to F nor adjacent to the person who plays Jungle Run. Neither A nor G plays 3D Bowling and the person who plays 3D Bowling is to the immediate left of the person who plays Subway Surfer.Who is second to the left of the person who plays Traffic Rider?
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Explanation:
Incorrect
Explanation:

Question 76 of 80
76. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7580): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the center. Each of them plays a different mobile game – Temple Run, Subway Surfer, Traffic Rider, Candy Crush, Jungle Run, Fruit Ninja, 3D Bowling and Solitaire.
A is sitting third to the left of one who plays Solitaire and also opposite to G. B is sitting second to the right of E, who is not to the immediate right of G.
The persons who plays Temple Run and Candy Crush are opposite each other but they are neither B nor A. D, who plays Traffic Rider, is third to the right of the person who plays Candy Crush.
F and H are neither opposite nor adjacent to each other. E is not adjacent to A. C is neither adjacent to F nor adjacent to the person who plays Jungle Run. Neither A nor G plays 3D Bowling and the person who plays 3D Bowling is to the immediate left of the person who plays Subway Surfer.Who plays Temple Run?
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Question 77 of 80
77. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7580): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the center. Each of them plays a different mobile game – Temple Run, Subway Surfer, Traffic Rider, Candy Crush, Jungle Run, Fruit Ninja, 3D Bowling and Solitaire.
A is sitting third to the left of one who plays Solitaire and also opposite to G. B is sitting second to the right of E, who is not to the immediate right of G.
The persons who plays Temple Run and Candy Crush are opposite each other but they are neither B nor A. D, who plays Traffic Rider, is third to the right of the person who plays Candy Crush.
F and H are neither opposite nor adjacent to each other. E is not adjacent to A. C is neither adjacent to F nor adjacent to the person who plays Jungle Run. Neither A nor G plays 3D Bowling and the person who plays 3D Bowling is to the immediate left of the person who plays Subway Surfer.Who is seated opposite E?
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Question 78 of 80
78. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7580): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the center. Each of them plays a different mobile game – Temple Run, Subway Surfer, Traffic Rider, Candy Crush, Jungle Run, Fruit Ninja, 3D Bowling and Solitaire.
A is sitting third to the left of one who plays Solitaire and also opposite to G. B is sitting second to the right of E, who is not to the immediate right of G.
The persons who plays Temple Run and Candy Crush are opposite each other but they are neither B nor A. D, who plays Traffic Rider, is third to the right of the person who plays Candy Crush.
F and H are neither opposite nor adjacent to each other. E is not adjacent to A. C is neither adjacent to F nor adjacent to the person who plays Jungle Run. Neither A nor G plays 3D Bowling and the person who plays 3D Bowling is to the immediate left of the person who plays Subway Surfer.Which of the following is not correctly matched?
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Question 79 of 80
79. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7580): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the center. Each of them plays a different mobile game – Temple Run, Subway Surfer, Traffic Rider, Candy Crush, Jungle Run, Fruit Ninja, 3D Bowling and Solitaire.
A is sitting third to the left of one who plays Solitaire and also opposite to G. B is sitting second to the right of E, who is not to the immediate right of G.
The persons who plays Temple Run and Candy Crush are opposite each other but they are neither B nor A. D, who plays Traffic Rider, is third to the right of the person who plays Candy Crush.
F and H are neither opposite nor adjacent to each other. E is not adjacent to A. C is neither adjacent to F nor adjacent to the person who plays Jungle Run. Neither A nor G plays 3D Bowling and the person who plays 3D Bowling is to the immediate left of the person who plays Subway Surfer.If all are made to sit in alphabetical order starting from A in clockwise direction, how many persons (excluding A) will not change their respective seats?
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Explanation:
Only one, CIncorrect
Explanation:
Only one, C 
Question 80 of 80
80. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7580): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the center. Each of them plays a different mobile game – Temple Run, Subway Surfer, Traffic Rider, Candy Crush, Jungle Run, Fruit Ninja, 3D Bowling and Solitaire.
A is sitting third to the left of one who plays Solitaire and also opposite to G. B is sitting second to the right of E, who is not to the immediate right of G.
The persons who plays Temple Run and Candy Crush are opposite each other but they are neither B nor A. D, who plays Traffic Rider, is third to the right of the person who plays Candy Crush.
F and H are neither opposite nor adjacent to each other. E is not adjacent to A. C is neither adjacent to F nor adjacent to the person who plays Jungle Run. Neither A nor G plays 3D Bowling and the person who plays 3D Bowling is to the immediate left of the person who plays Subway Surfer.Who is second to the right of one who is third to the right of the one who play Jungle Run?
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