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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q (15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A conductor in a bus can issue three types of tickets, which cost Rs.5, Rs.7 and Rs.14 respectively. On a particular day, exactly six passengers – Anup, Gagan, Rekha, Sagar, Dolly and Sheetal – boarded the bus and each passenger purchased exactly one ticket from the conductor. The conductor and all the six passengers had coins of only three denominations with them – Rs.1 coins, Rs.2 coins and Rs.5 coins. Further, at the start of that day, the conductor had with him exactly five Rs.1 coins, four Rs.2 coins and two Rs.5 coins. During the day, each of the six passengers either paid an amount equal to the exact value of the ticket that they purchased OR paid in excess to the nearest multiple of five using only Rs.5 coins. The conductor gave back the remaining amount to the passengers, if they paid an amount in excess of the value of the ticket. It is also known that
(i) The maximum amount that any one person got back from the conductor was Rs.3 and Dolly received it.
(ii) Sheetal and Gagan purchased the same type of ticket and among the two, only Sheetal got back any amount from the conductor, which was equal to Rs.1.
(iii) the maximum number of coins given to the conductor by any person while purchasing his/her ticket was eight.
(iv) Sagar and Gagan were the only persons who did not pay for their tickets using Rs.5 coins and Sagar paid using lesser number of coins than Rekha did.
(v) Anup was the only person who paid for his ticket using a single coin.
(vi) at the end of the day, the conductor had with him exactly six Rs.1 coins, thirteen Rs.2 coins, and ten Rs.5 coins
(vii) Dolly received exactly two coins from the conductor.What is the number of passengers who paid an amount in excess of the value of their ticket?
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Explanation:
Given that Dolly got back a change of Rs3. This is only possible if she paid two Rs5 coins to purchase a Rs7 ticket. The conductor must have given back one Rs1 coin and one Rs2 coin. From (v), Anup must have purchased a Rs5 ticket using a Rs5 coin.
From (ii), since Sheetal got back an amount of Rs1 from the conductor, she must have paid using three Rs5 coins to purchase a Rs14 ticket. And Gagan also must have purchased a ticket of the same denomination.. Also from (vi), the conductor had with him 6 + 26 + 50 = Rs82 at the end of the day. At the start of ihe day, the conductor had Rs23 with him.. Hence, the passengers together must have purchased tickets worth Rs59. Since Dolly, Anup, Sheetal and Gautarni purchased tickets of worlh Rs7, Rs5, Rs14 and Rs14 respectively.Rekha and Sagar must have purchased Rs14 and Rs5. tickets in any order.
From (iv), Gagan did not use Rs5 coins to pay for her ticket. Total number of Rs5 coins at the end of the day is 10. Therefore, the passengers must have given eight Rs5 coins to the conductor. Rekha and Sagar combined must have given two 75 coins to the conductor. Sagar did not use Rs5 coins to pay for his ticket from (iv). Hence, Rekha must have used two Rs5 coins to pay for her ticket, Therefore, Rekha must have purchased the Rs14 ticket because she could not have purchased the Rs5 ticket and pay two Rs5 coins.
The following table presents this information split by the number of coins that each person used. A positive value indicates the number of coins given to the conductor and a negative value indicates the number of coins the conductor gave back to the passenger.Passenger Rs1Coin Rs2Coin Rs5Coin Ticket Value Anup 0 0 1 5 Gagan 0 14 Rekha 2 14 Sagar 0 5 Dolly 1 1 2 7 Sheetal 1 0 3 14 Gagan could have paid for her ticket using six Rs2 coins and two Rs1 coins_ If she had paid using lesser number of Rs2 coins she would have paid using more than eight coins. If she had paid using more number of Rs2 coins, no one else could have paid using eight coins (from (iii)).
The conductor must have had an increase of nine Rs2 coins. Hence, Rekha and Sagar combined must have given four 2 coins to the conductor. The maximum number of Rs2 coins that Sagar could give the conductor is two because he purchased a Rs5 ticket. The minimum number of Rs2 coins that Sagar can give is also two because if he gives only one Rs2 coin Rekha has to give three Rs2 coins. This is not possible because then Rekha would have paid in excess using Rs2 coins_.
Therefore, Rekha paid using two n coins and two Rs5 coins and Sagar paid using one Rs1 coin and two Rs2 coins. The following table presents the final information.Passenger Rs1Coin Rs2Coin Rs5Coin Ticket Value Anup 0 0 1 5 Gagan 2 6 0 14 Rekha 0 2 2 14 Sagar 1 2 0 5 Dolly 1 1 2 7 Sheetal 1 0 3 14 Two passengers paid an amount in excess of the value of their ticket.
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Explanation:
Given that Dolly got back a change of Rs3. This is only possible if she paid two Rs5 coins to purchase a Rs7 ticket. The conductor must have given back one Rs1 coin and one Rs2 coin. From (v), Anup must have purchased a Rs5 ticket using a Rs5 coin.
From (ii), since Sheetal got back an amount of Rs1 from the conductor, she must have paid using three Rs5 coins to purchase a Rs14 ticket. And Gagan also must have purchased a ticket of the same denomination.. Also from (vi), the conductor had with him 6 + 26 + 50 = Rs82 at the end of the day. At the start of ihe day, the conductor had Rs23 with him.. Hence, the passengers together must have purchased tickets worth Rs59. Since Dolly, Anup, Sheetal and Gautarni purchased tickets of worlh Rs7, Rs5, Rs14 and Rs14 respectively.Rekha and Sagar must have purchased Rs14 and Rs5. tickets in any order.
From (iv), Gagan did not use Rs5 coins to pay for her ticket. Total number of Rs5 coins at the end of the day is 10. Therefore, the passengers must have given eight Rs5 coins to the conductor. Rekha and Sagar combined must have given two 75 coins to the conductor. Sagar did not use Rs5 coins to pay for his ticket from (iv). Hence, Rekha must have used two Rs5 coins to pay for her ticket, Therefore, Rekha must have purchased the Rs14 ticket because she could not have purchased the Rs5 ticket and pay two Rs5 coins.
The following table presents this information split by the number of coins that each person used. A positive value indicates the number of coins given to the conductor and a negative value indicates the number of coins the conductor gave back to the passenger.Passenger Rs1Coin Rs2Coin Rs5Coin Ticket Value Anup 0 0 1 5 Gagan 0 14 Rekha 2 14 Sagar 0 5 Dolly 1 1 2 7 Sheetal 1 0 3 14 Gagan could have paid for her ticket using six Rs2 coins and two Rs1 coins_ If she had paid using lesser number of Rs2 coins she would have paid using more than eight coins. If she had paid using more number of Rs2 coins, no one else could have paid using eight coins (from (iii)).
The conductor must have had an increase of nine Rs2 coins. Hence, Rekha and Sagar combined must have given four 2 coins to the conductor. The maximum number of Rs2 coins that Sagar could give the conductor is two because he purchased a Rs5 ticket. The minimum number of Rs2 coins that Sagar can give is also two because if he gives only one Rs2 coin Rekha has to give three Rs2 coins. This is not possible because then Rekha would have paid in excess using Rs2 coins_.
Therefore, Rekha paid using two n coins and two Rs5 coins and Sagar paid using one Rs1 coin and two Rs2 coins. The following table presents the final information.Passenger Rs1Coin Rs2Coin Rs5Coin Ticket Value Anup 0 0 1 5 Gagan 2 6 0 14 Rekha 0 2 2 14 Sagar 1 2 0 5 Dolly 1 1 2 7 Sheetal 1 0 3 14 Two passengers paid an amount in excess of the value of their ticket.

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q (15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A conductor in a bus can issue three types of tickets, which cost Rs.5, Rs.7 and Rs.14 respectively. On a particular day, exactly six passengers – Anup, Gagan, Rekha, Sagar, Dolly and Sheetal – boarded the bus and each passenger purchased exactly one ticket from the conductor. The conductor and all the six passengers had coins of only three denominations with them – Rs.1 coins, Rs.2 coins and Rs.5 coins. Further, at the start of that day, the conductor had with him exactly five Rs.1 coins, four Rs.2 coins and two Rs.5 coins. During the day, each of the six passengers either paid an amount equal to the exact value of the ticket that they purchased OR paid in excess to the nearest multiple of five using only Rs.5 coins. The conductor gave back the remaining amount to the passengers, if they paid an amount in excess of the value of the ticket. It is also known that
(i) The maximum amount that any one person got back from the conductor was Rs.3 and Dolly received it.
(ii) Sheetal and Gagan purchased the same type of ticket and among the two, only Sheetal got back any amount from the conductor, which was equal to Rs.1.
(iii) the maximum number of coins given to the conductor by any person while purchasing his/her ticket was eight.
(iv) Sagar and Gagan were the only persons who did not pay for their tickets using Rs.5 coins and Sagar paid using lesser number of coins than Rekha did.
(v) Anup was the only person who paid for his ticket using a single coin.
(vi) at the end of the day, the conductor had with him exactly six Rs.1 coins, thirteen Rs.2 coins, and ten Rs.5 coins
(vii) Dolly received exactly two coins from the conductor.Among the six passengers, who paid for their ticket using the maximum number of Rs.2 coins?
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Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q (15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A conductor in a bus can issue three types of tickets, which cost Rs.5, Rs.7 and Rs.14 respectively. On a particular day, exactly six passengers – Anup, Gagan, Rekha, Sagar, Dolly and Sheetal – boarded the bus and each passenger purchased exactly one ticket from the conductor. The conductor and all the six passengers had coins of only three denominations with them – Rs.1 coins, Rs.2 coins and Rs.5 coins. Further, at the start of that day, the conductor had with him exactly five Rs.1 coins, four Rs.2 coins and two Rs.5 coins. During the day, each of the six passengers either paid an amount equal to the exact value of the ticket that they purchased OR paid in excess to the nearest multiple of five using only Rs.5 coins. The conductor gave back the remaining amount to the passengers, if they paid an amount in excess of the value of the ticket. It is also known that
(i) The maximum amount that any one person got back from the conductor was Rs.3 and Dolly received it.
(ii) Sheetal and Gagan purchased the same type of ticket and among the two, only Sheetal got back any amount from the conductor, which was equal to Rs.1.
(iii) the maximum number of coins given to the conductor by any person while purchasing his/her ticket was eight.
(iv) Sagar and Gagan were the only persons who did not pay for their tickets using Rs.5 coins and Sagar paid using lesser number of coins than Rekha did.
(v) Anup was the only person who paid for his ticket using a single coin.
(vi) at the end of the day, the conductor had with him exactly six Rs.1 coins, thirteen Rs.2 coins, and ten Rs.5 coins
(vii) Dolly received exactly two coins from the conductor.Which type of ticket did Dolly buy?
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Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q (15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A conductor in a bus can issue three types of tickets, which cost Rs.5, Rs.7 and Rs.14 respectively. On a particular day, exactly six passengers – Anup, Gagan, Rekha, Sagar, Dolly and Sheetal – boarded the bus and each passenger purchased exactly one ticket from the conductor. The conductor and all the six passengers had coins of only three denominations with them – Rs.1 coins, Rs.2 coins and Rs.5 coins. Further, at the start of that day, the conductor had with him exactly five Rs.1 coins, four Rs.2 coins and two Rs.5 coins. During the day, each of the six passengers either paid an amount equal to the exact value of the ticket that they purchased OR paid in excess to the nearest multiple of five using only Rs.5 coins. The conductor gave back the remaining amount to the passengers, if they paid an amount in excess of the value of the ticket. It is also known that
(i) The maximum amount that any one person got back from the conductor was Rs.3 and Dolly received it.
(ii) Sheetal and Gagan purchased the same type of ticket and among the two, only Sheetal got back any amount from the conductor, which was equal to Rs.1.
(iii) the maximum number of coins given to the conductor by any person while purchasing his/her ticket was eight.
(iv) Sagar and Gagan were the only persons who did not pay for their tickets using Rs.5 coins and Sagar paid using lesser number of coins than Rekha did.
(v) Anup was the only person who paid for his ticket using a single coin.
(vi) at the end of the day, the conductor had with him exactly six Rs.1 coins, thirteen Rs.2 coins, and ten Rs.5 coins
(vii) Dolly received exactly two coins from the conductor.Among the six passengers, who paid for their ticket using the maximum number of Rs.5 coins?
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Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q (15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A conductor in a bus can issue three types of tickets, which cost Rs.5, Rs.7 and Rs.14 respectively. On a particular day, exactly six passengers – Anup, Gagan, Rekha, Sagar, Dolly and Sheetal – boarded the bus and each passenger purchased exactly one ticket from the conductor. The conductor and all the six passengers had coins of only three denominations with them – Rs.1 coins, Rs.2 coins and Rs.5 coins. Further, at the start of that day, the conductor had with him exactly five Rs.1 coins, four Rs.2 coins and two Rs.5 coins. During the day, each of the six passengers either paid an amount equal to the exact value of the ticket that they purchased OR paid in excess to the nearest multiple of five using only Rs.5 coins. The conductor gave back the remaining amount to the passengers, if they paid an amount in excess of the value of the ticket. It is also known that
(i) The maximum amount that any one person got back from the conductor was Rs.3 and Dolly received it.
(ii) Sheetal and Gagan purchased the same type of ticket and among the two, only Sheetal got back any amount from the conductor, which was equal to Rs.1.
(iii) the maximum number of coins given to the conductor by any person while purchasing his/her ticket was eight.
(iv) Sagar and Gagan were the only persons who did not pay for their tickets using Rs.5 coins and Sagar paid using lesser number of coins than Rekha did.
(v) Anup was the only person who paid for his ticket using a single coin.
(vi) at the end of the day, the conductor had with him exactly six Rs.1 coins, thirteen Rs.2 coins, and ten Rs.5 coins
(vii) Dolly received exactly two coins from the conductor.How many people bought Rs 14 ticket?
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Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ (610) In each of the following questions there are 6 statements followed by options having 3 statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option in where the 3^{rd} statement can be logically deduced from the first 2 statements.
i. Some mukesh are sunil.
ii. All sunil are baniyas.
iii. No mukesh are baniyas.
iv. No thakur is baniya.
v. All mukesh are thakurs.
vi. Some marwari are thakurs.Correct
Explanation:
In [1], both statements are negative and hence no conclusion can be drawn. In [4], both statements are particular and no conclusion may be drawn. In [3], the conclusion should not be negative when both statements are positive in nature.Incorrect
Explanation:
In [1], both statements are negative and hence no conclusion can be drawn. In [4], both statements are particular and no conclusion may be drawn. In [3], the conclusion should not be negative when both statements are positive in nature. 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoningi. All monkeys are rats.
ii. Some rats are lion.
iii. Some lions are monkeys.
iv. No lion is donkey.
v. Some rats are not donkey.
vi. All monkeys are cows.Correct
Explanation:
In [1], the middle term is not distributed. In [2], both the premises are negative. In [4], both the statements are particular.Incorrect
Explanation:
In [1], the middle term is not distributed. In [2], both the premises are negative. In [4], both the statements are particular. 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoningi. All kejriwals are rahuls.
ii. Some rahuls are modi.
iii. Some modis are kejriwals.
iv. No modi is tharoor.
v. Some rahuls are not tharoor.
vi. All kejriwals are modis.Correct
Explanation:
In [1], the middle term is not distributed. In [2], both the premises are negative. In [4], both the statements are particular.Incorrect
Explanation:
In [1], the middle term is not distributed. In [2], both the premises are negative. In [4], both the statements are particular. 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoningi. No flipkart is amazon.
ii. All amazon is snapdeal.
iii. Some amazon are paytm.
iv. All paytm are ebay.
v. Some flipkart is snapdeal.
vi. Some ebay is amazon.Correct
Explanation:
In [1], when one of the statements is negative, the conclusion cannot be positive. Sameis the case with [3]. In [4], since both the statements are particular, no conclusion can be drawn. Only in [2], no rule is violated.
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Explanation:
In [1], when one of the statements is negative, the conclusion cannot be positive. Sameis the case with [3]. In [4], since both the statements are particular, no conclusion can be drawn. Only in [2], no rule is violated.

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoningi. Some colds are cola.
ii. All warm are pizza.
iii. A few colds are warm.
iv. All pizza are cola.
v. All warm are cola.
vi. Some colds are cola.Correct
Explanation:
In [1] and [3] the middle term is not distributed. In [2], both statements are particular in nature.Incorrect
Explanation:
In [1] and [3] the middle term is not distributed. In [2], both statements are particular in nature.
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