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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1 – 2): Each of the questions below consists of a question and some statement below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
Six statues – M, N, O, P, Q and R each of different height is placed in a park. Which among them is the second tallest?
I. Only two statues are shorter than P. Only two statues are taller than M. Q is shortest than O. N is taller than only R.
II. Only three statues are shorter than M. N is shorter than P, but not the shortest. O is the tallest amongst them.Correct
Answer 4) The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question
Solution:
From statement I:
Only two statues are shorter than P. Only two statues are taller than M. O > Q. N > R.
O > Q > M > P > N > RFrom statement II:
Only three statues are shorter than M. P > N and N is not the shortest. O is the tallest amongst them.Incorrect
Answer 4) The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question
Solution:
From statement I:
Only two statues are shorter than P. Only two statues are taller than M. O > Q. N > R.
O > Q > M > P > N > RFrom statement II:
Only three statues are shorter than M. P > N and N is not the shortest. O is the tallest amongst them. 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1 – 2): Each of the questions below consists of a question and some statement below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
There are six small children A, B, C, D, E and F who like different colours – Blue, Black, Green, Yellow, Red and White but not necessarily in the same order. C likes Blue and F likes neither Black nor Yellow. Who likes Red?
I. A likes Green and B does not like Black.
II. B likes Yellow and D does not like Green.
III. E likes neither Green nor Yellow.Correct
Answer: 5) If the data in all the statements together cannot answer the question
Solution:
C likes Blue and F likes neither Black nor Yellow.From statement I:
A likes Green and B does not like Black.
From statement III:
E likes neither Green nor Yellow.From all the statements together question cannot be together.
Incorrect
Answer: 5) If the data in all the statements together cannot answer the question
Solution:
C likes Blue and F likes neither Black nor Yellow.From statement I:
A likes Green and B does not like Black.
From statement III:
E likes neither Green nor Yellow.From all the statements together question cannot be together.

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a family of 5 members P, Q, R, M, C in which C is the granddaughter of P, who is the brotherinlaw of M. R is the son of Q and P is married to Q then find out how is R related to M?
Correct
Answer: 1) Nephew
Solution:
Members – P, Q, R, M and C
Now draw family tree using following notations:
Incorrect
Answer: 1) Nephew
Solution:
Members – P, Q, R, M and C
Now draw family tree using following notations:

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA @ B means A is father of B
A % B means A is husband of B
A $ B means A is sister of B
A £ B means A is mother B
A ¥ B means A is brother of BWhich of the following statements is true if the given expression is true?
X @ Y $ Z ¥ P % Q $ RCorrect
Answer: 2) Y is sister of P
Solution:
Incorrect
Answer: 2) Y is sister of P
Solution:

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA and B are two friends working in the same office. A starts walking from her house in north direction and after walking 120m, she reached the grocery shop from where she turns and walks 40m in northeast direction. Then she turns 90 degree clock wise direction and walks 30m to reach B’s house which is in the east of the grocery shop. Then from B’s house both of them walk 130m in southeast direction to reach their office which is east of A’s house.
A’s house is in which direction with respect to B’s house?
Correct
Answer: 3) South – west
Solution:
A starts walking from her house in north direction and after walking 120m, she reached the grocery shop from where she turns and walks 40m in northeast direction. Then she turns 90 degree clock wise direction and walks 30m to reach B’s house which is in the east of the grocery shop. Then from B’s house both of them walk 130m in southeast direction to reach their office which is east of A’s house.
Incorrect
Answer: 3) South – west
Solution:
A starts walking from her house in north direction and after walking 120m, she reached the grocery shop from where she turns and walks 40m in northeast direction. Then she turns 90 degree clock wise direction and walks 30m to reach B’s house which is in the east of the grocery shop. Then from B’s house both of them walk 130m in southeast direction to reach their office which is east of A’s house.

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA is standing at his home and now he wants to go to his office. So, he starts walking from his home in the north direction for 6 km then took a left turn and walked for 4 km before taking another left turn. Then he moved 3 km and reached Park near to his home and took a right turn from there and walked for 8 km. After walking 12 km in south direction he reached his office. What is the shortest distance between his home and office?
Correct
Answer: 1) 15km
Solution:
He starts walking from his home in the north direction for 6 km then took a left turn and walked for 4 km before taking another left turn. Then he moved 3 km and reached Park near to his home and took a right turn from there and walked for 8 km. After walking 12 km in south direction he reached his office.
Incorrect
Answer: 1) 15km
Solution:
He starts walking from his home in the north direction for 6 km then took a left turn and walked for 4 km before taking another left turn. Then he moved 3 km and reached Park near to his home and took a right turn from there and walked for 8 km. After walking 12 km in south direction he reached his office.

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatements:
All friends are teachers.
All teachers are good.
No bad is friend.Conclusions:
I. Some bad are teachers.
II. No good is bad.
III. All good are friends.Correct
Answer: 1) None follows
Solution:
Conclusions:
I. Some bad are teachers → False (It is possible but not definite).
II. No good is bad → False (It is possible but not definite).
III. All good are friends → False (It is possible but not definite).
Hence, no conclusion follows.Incorrect
Answer: 1) None follows
Solution:
Conclusions:
I. Some bad are teachers → False (It is possible but not definite).
II. No good is bad → False (It is possible but not definite).
III. All good are friends → False (It is possible but not definite).
Hence, no conclusion follows. 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatements:
Some minute is second.
No second is hour.
All hour are time.Conclusions:
I. Some minute is not hour.
II. Some second can be time.
III. Some time is not second.Correct
Answer: 5) If all conclusions follows
Solution:
Incorrect
Answer: 5) If all conclusions follows
Solution:

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhich of the following symbol should replace question mark (?) in the given expression in order to make the statements ‘A < B’ and ‘C > D’ definitely follow?
A < D ? B ≤ E ≤ C > FCorrect
Answer: 3) <
Solution:
Let us check each option:
1) A < D > B ≤ E ≤ C > F: Relation between A and B and C and D cannot be determined.
2) A < D ≥ B ≤ E ≤ C > F: Relation between A and B and C and D cannot be determined.
3) A < D < B ≤ E ≤ C > F: A < B and C > D is true.
Hence, ‘<’ is the correct answer.Incorrect
Answer: 3) <
Solution:
Let us check each option:
1) A < D > B ≤ E ≤ C > F: Relation between A and B and C and D cannot be determined.
2) A < D ≥ B ≤ E ≤ C > F: Relation between A and B and C and D cannot be determined.
3) A < D < B ≤ E ≤ C > F: A < B and C > D is true.
Hence, ‘<’ is the correct answer. 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatements:
M ≥ N > O = P ≤ Q > R ≥ S = T
Conclusions:
I. M > Q
II. T < QCorrect
Answer: 3) Only II is True
Solution:
Given statement: M ≥ N > O = P ≤ Q > R ≥ S = T
Conclusions:
I. M > Q → False (as M ≥ N > O = P ≤ Q > R ≥ S = T)
II. T < Q → True (as M ≥ N > O = P ≤ Q > R ≥ S = T)
Therefore, only conclusion II follow.Incorrect
Answer: 3) Only II is True
Solution:
Given statement: M ≥ N > O = P ≤ Q > R ≥ S = T
Conclusions:
I. M > Q → False (as M ≥ N > O = P ≤ Q > R ≥ S = T)
II. T < Q → True (as M ≥ N > O = P ≤ Q > R ≥ S = T)
Therefore, only conclusion II follow.
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