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- Question 1 of 35
##### 1. Question

Logical ReasoningIn the following question, select the word from the given alternative which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word.

**ADMINISTRATOR**CorrectBy using the letters of the given word,

**TRADE**can’t be formed because, in the given word, letter E is absent.Hence the correct answer is Trade.

IncorrectBy using the letters of the given word,

**TRADE**can’t be formed because, in the given word, letter E is absent.Hence the correct answer is Trade.

UnattemptedBy using the letters of the given word,

**TRADE**can’t be formed because, in the given word, letter E is absent.Hence the correct answer is Trade.

- Question 2 of 35
##### 2. Question

Logical Reasoning**The following questions are based on the three-digit numbers given below:**536 379 468 355 617

**Which of the following will be the lowest number, if in each number all 3s and 5s are replaced with 2 and 1, respectively?**CorrectThe given number:

536 379 468 355 617

Applying the above condition in the given arrangement, we get:

126 279 468 211 617

The lowest number is 126.

Hence the correct answer is 536.

IncorrectThe given number:

536 379 468 355 617

Applying the above condition in the given arrangement, we get:

126 279 468 211 617

The lowest number is 126.

Hence the correct answer is 536.

UnattemptedThe given number:

536 379 468 355 617

Applying the above condition in the given arrangement, we get:

126 279 468 211 617

The lowest number is 126.

Hence the correct answer is 536.

- Question 3 of 35
##### 3. Question

Logical Reasoning**The following questions are based on the three-digit numbers given below:**536 379 468 355 617

**If in each number, the digits are arranged in ascending order within the number then, which of the following will be the second-lowest number?**CorrectThe given number:

536 379 468 355 617

Arranging the digits of each number in ascending order, we get:

356 379 468 355 167

The second-lowest number is 355.

Hence the correct answer is 355.

IncorrectThe given number:

536 379 468 355 617

Arranging the digits of each number in ascending order, we get:

356 379 468 355 167

The second-lowest number is 355.

Hence the correct answer is 355.

UnattemptedThe given number:

536 379 468 355 617

Arranging the digits of each number in ascending order, we get:

356 379 468 355 167

The second-lowest number is 355.

Hence the correct answer is 355.

- Question 4 of 35
##### 4. Question

Logical Reasoning**The following questions are based on the three-digit numbers given below:**536 379 468 355 617

**If in each number, the first and third digit are interchanged then, which is the second-highest number?**CorrectThe given numbers:

536 379 468 355 617

Applying the above condition is each of the numbers, we get:

635 973 864 553 716

The second-lowest number is 864.

Hence the correct answer is 468.

IncorrectThe given numbers:

536 379 468 355 617

Applying the above condition is each of the numbers, we get:

635 973 864 553 716

The second-lowest number is 864.

Hence the correct answer is 468.

UnattemptedThe given numbers:

536 379 468 355 617

Applying the above condition is each of the numbers, we get:

635 973 864 553 716

The second-lowest number is 864.

Hence the correct answer is 468.

- Question 5 of 35
##### 5. Question

Logical Reasoning**Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.**In certain coded language:

‘Worst Thing To Happen’ is coded as ‘ip tn bl rm’

‘Stay Close To Heart’ is coded as ‘pc ap ha bl’

‘Your Stay Was Worst’ is coded as ‘jr rm ha pi’

‘Thing Stay In Heart’ is coded as ‘ma pc ha tn’**Which of the following is the code for ‘Your’ in the given code language?**CorrectBy decoding the codes for each element we get, Clearly, Either

**pi**or**jr**is the code for**‘Your’**.**Elements****Codes**Worst rm To bl Thing tn Happen ip Stay ha Close ap Heart pc Was jr/pi Your pi/jr In ma Hence the correct answer is

**Either 1 or 3.**IncorrectBy decoding the codes for each element we get, Clearly, Either

**pi**or**jr**is the code for**‘Your’**.**Elements****Codes**Worst rm To bl Thing tn Happen ip Stay ha Close ap Heart pc Was jr/pi Your pi/jr In ma Hence the correct answer is

**Either 1 or 3.**UnattemptedBy decoding the codes for each element we get, Clearly, Either

**pi**or**jr**is the code for**‘Your’**.**Elements****Codes**Worst rm To bl Thing tn Happen ip Stay ha Close ap Heart pc Was jr/pi Your pi/jr In ma Hence the correct answer is

**Either 1 or 3.** - Question 6 of 35
##### 6. Question

Logical Reasoning**Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.**In certain coded language:

‘Worst Thing To Happen’ is coded as ‘ip tn bl rm’

‘Stay Close To Heart’ is coded as ‘pc ap ha bl’

‘Your Stay Was Worst’ is coded as ‘jr rm ha pi’

‘Thing Stay In Heart’ is coded as ‘ma pc ha tn’**Which of the following is the code for ‘Stay In Heart’ in the given code language?**CorrectBy decoding the codes for each element we get, Clearly,

**‘pc ma ha’**is the code for ‘**Stay In Heart’.****Elements****Codes**Worst rm To bl Thing tn Happen ip Stay ha Close ap Heart pc Was jr/pi Your pi/jr In ma Hence the correct answer is

**pc ma ha**IncorrectBy decoding the codes for each element we get, Clearly,

**‘pc ma ha’**is the code for ‘**Stay In Heart’.****Elements****Codes**Worst rm To bl Thing tn Happen ip Stay ha Close ap Heart pc Was jr/pi Your pi/jr In ma Hence the correct answer is

**pc ma ha**UnattemptedBy decoding the codes for each element we get, Clearly,

**‘pc ma ha’**is the code for ‘**Stay In Heart’.****Elements****Codes**Worst rm To bl Thing tn Happen ip Stay ha Close ap Heart pc Was jr/pi Your pi/jr In ma Hence the correct answer is

**pc ma ha** - Question 7 of 35
##### 7. Question

Logical Reasoning**Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.**In certain coded language:

‘Worst Thing To Happen’ is coded as ‘ip tn bl rm’

‘Stay Close To Heart’ is coded as ‘pc ap ha bl’

‘Your Stay Was Worst’ is coded as ‘jr rm ha pi’

‘Thing Stay In Heart’ is coded as ‘ma pc ha tn’**What does the code ‘jr’ stand for in the given code language?**CorrectBy decoding the codes for each element we get, Clearly,

**‘jr’**stands for Either**Was**or**Your.****Elements****Codes**Worst rm To bl Thing tn Happen ip Stay ha Close ap Heart pc Was jr/pi Your pi/jr In ma Hence the correct answer is

**Either 1 or 4.**IncorrectBy decoding the codes for each element we get, Clearly,

**‘jr’**stands for Either**Was**or**Your.****Elements****Codes**Worst rm To bl Thing tn Happen ip Stay ha Close ap Heart pc Was jr/pi Your pi/jr In ma Hence the correct answer is

**Either 1 or 4.**UnattemptedBy decoding the codes for each element we get, Clearly,

**‘jr’**stands for Either**Was**or**Your.****Elements****Codes**Worst rm To bl Thing tn Happen ip Stay ha Close ap Heart pc Was jr/pi Your pi/jr In ma Hence the correct answer is

**Either 1 or 4.** - Question 8 of 35
##### 8. Question

Logical Reasoning**In these questions, the relationship between different elements is shown in the statement. The statement is followed by two conclusions. Choose the correct answer on the basis of the information given below.****Statements:**B > A ≥ T > F = Y ≤ S < D**Conclusions:**I. D > F

II. B > FCorrect**Statements:**B > A ≥ T > F = Y ≤ S < D**For conclusion I:**D > FThe common sign between F and D is ‘<‘, hence D > F is true.

**For conclusion II:**B > FThe common sign between F and B is ‘>’, hence B > F is true

Hence the correct answer is **Both conclusions follow.**Incorrect**Statements:**B > A ≥ T > F = Y ≤ S < D**For conclusion I:**D > FThe common sign between F and D is ‘<‘, hence D > F is true.

**For conclusion II:**B > FThe common sign between F and B is ‘>’, hence B > F is true

Hence the correct answer is **Both conclusions follow.**Unattempted**Statements:**B > A ≥ T > F = Y ≤ S < D**For conclusion I:**D > FThe common sign between F and D is ‘<‘, hence D > F is true.

**For conclusion II:**B > FThe common sign between F and B is ‘>’, hence B > F is true

Hence the correct answer is **Both conclusions follow.** - Question 9 of 35
##### 9. Question

Logical Reasoning**In these questions, the relationship between different elements is shown in the statement. The statement is followed by two conclusions. Choose the correct answer on the basis of the information given below.****Statements:**Y ≤ O ≤ G ≤ K = U > L > P**Conclusions:**I. O = Y

II. Y < OCorrect**Statements:**Y ≤ O ≤ G ≤ K = U > L > P**Conclusions:**O = Y , Y < OHere, the common sign between O and Y is ‘≤’, hence Y ≤ O.

Thus, either O > Y or O = Y is true.

Hence the correct answer is

**Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.**Incorrect**Statements:**Y ≤ O ≤ G ≤ K = U > L > P**Conclusions:**O = Y , Y < OHere, the common sign between O and Y is ‘≤’, hence Y ≤ O.

Thus, either O > Y or O = Y is true.

Hence the correct answer is

**Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.**Unattempted**Statements:**Y ≤ O ≤ G ≤ K = U > L > P**Conclusions:**O = Y , Y < OHere, the common sign between O and Y is ‘≤’, hence Y ≤ O.

Thus, either O > Y or O = Y is true.

Hence the correct answer is

**Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.** - Question 10 of 35
##### 10. Question

Logical Reasoning**In these questions, the relationship between different elements is shown in the statement. The statement is followed by two conclusions. Choose the correct answer on the basis of the information given below.****Statements:**M < T < G ≤ J = U > Y > R**Conclusions:**I. G < U

II. J > MCorrect**Statements:**M < T < G ≤ J = U > Y > R**Conclusions:**G < U, J > MHere, the common sign between G and U is ‘≤’, hence G < U does not follow.

And, the common sign between J and M is ‘>’, thus J > M follows.

Hence the correct answer is **Only conclusion II follows.**Incorrect**Statements:**M < T < G ≤ J = U > Y > R**Conclusions:**G < U, J > MHere, the common sign between G and U is ‘≤’, hence G < U does not follow.

And, the common sign between J and M is ‘>’, thus J > M follows.

Hence the correct answer is **Only conclusion II follows.**Unattempted**Statements:**M < T < G ≤ J = U > Y > R**Conclusions:**G < U, J > MHere, the common sign between G and U is ‘≤’, hence G < U does not follow.

And, the common sign between J and M is ‘>’, thus J > M follows.

Hence the correct answer is **Only conclusion II follows.** - Question 11 of 35
##### 11. Question

Logical Reasoning**Statements:**T > D ≥ P, F ≥ P = R**Conclusions:**I. T > R

II. D > FCorrect**Statements:**T > D ≥ P, F ≥ P = R**Conclusions:**T > R, D > F**For conclusion I:**T > R

Combining statements I and II, we get:

T > D ≥ P = RHere, we can see the common sign between P and R is ‘>’.

Hence, conclusion I follows.

**For conclusion II:**D > F

Combining statements I and II, we get:

D ≥ P ≤ FHere, we can see the opposite sign between D and F, thus no relationship can be established between them.

Hence the correct answer is **Only conclusion I follow.**Incorrect**Statements:**T > D ≥ P, F ≥ P = R**Conclusions:**T > R, D > F**For conclusion I:**T > R

Combining statements I and II, we get:

T > D ≥ P = RHere, we can see the common sign between P and R is ‘>’.

Hence, conclusion I follows.

**For conclusion II:**D > F

Combining statements I and II, we get:

D ≥ P ≤ FHere, we can see the opposite sign between D and F, thus no relationship can be established between them.

Hence the correct answer is **Only conclusion I follow.**Unattempted**Statements:**T > D ≥ P, F ≥ P = R**Conclusions:**T > R, D > F**For conclusion I:**T > R

Combining statements I and II, we get:

T > D ≥ P = RHere, we can see the common sign between P and R is ‘>’.

Hence, conclusion I follows.

**For conclusion II:**D > F

Combining statements I and II, we get:

D ≥ P ≤ FHere, we can see the opposite sign between D and F, thus no relationship can be established between them.

Hence the correct answer is **Only conclusion I follow.** - Question 12 of 35
##### 12. Question

Logical Reasoning**Statement:**P ≤ Q < S = T ≥ U ≥ W < Z**Conclusion:**I. S > Z

II. W = PCorrect**Statements:**P ≤ Q < S = T ≥ U ≥ W < Z**Conclusion:**S > Z

W = P

There is an opposite sign between S and Z so S > Z doesn’t follow.

There is an opposite sign between W and P so W = P doesn’t follow.

Hence the correct answer is **Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.**Incorrect**Statements:**P ≤ Q < S = T ≥ U ≥ W < Z**Conclusion:**S > Z

W = P

There is an opposite sign between S and Z so S > Z doesn’t follow.

There is an opposite sign between W and P so W = P doesn’t follow.

Hence the correct answer is **Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.**Unattempted**Statements:**P ≤ Q < S = T ≥ U ≥ W < Z**Conclusion:**S > Z

W = P

There is an opposite sign between S and Z so S > Z doesn’t follow.

There is an opposite sign between W and P so W = P doesn’t follow.

Hence the correct answer is **Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.** - Question 13 of 35
##### 13. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the information carefully and answer the following questions.**In a building of seven floors such that the ground floor is numbered as 1 and the topmost floor is numbered as 7, seven persons are living on them. All of them are of different ages – 26 years, 64 years, 36 years, 39 years, 45 years, 16 years, and 71 years.

The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4. The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years. The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. Three persons live below the person whose age is 64 years. The person whose age is square of 6 lives on a floor above the oldest person but not immediately above.

**What is the age of the person who lives on floor number 6?**Correct1) First, we place all definite information in the table, Three persons live below the person whose age is 64 years. 2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 Incorrect1) First, we place all definite information in the table, Three persons live below the person whose age is 64 years. 2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 Unattempted1) First, we place all definite information in the table, Three persons live below the person whose age is 64 years. 2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 - Question 14 of 35
##### 14. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the information carefully and answer the following questions.**In a building of seven floors such that the ground floor is numbered as 1 and the topmost floor is numbered as 7, seven persons are living on them. All of them are of different ages – 26 years, 64 years, 36 years, 39 years, 45 years, 16 years, and 71 years.

The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4. The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years. The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. Three persons live below the person whose age is 64 years. The person whose age is square of 6 lives on a floor above the oldest person but not immediately above.

**The person whose age is 71 years lives o which floor?**Correct2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 4)The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. i.e 39 years. 5)The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4.i.e 71 years.

6)The person whose age is square of 6 lives on a floor above the oldest person but not immediately above.

7) On combining 6 and 7 we conclude, the age of the person living on floor number 5 is 71 years and the age of the person living on the top floor is 36 years.

8) The person whose age is 26 years live on floor number 6.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, The person whose age is 71 years live on floor number 5.

Floors Ages 7 36 years 6 26 years 5 71 years 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 39 years Hence the correct answer is

**None of these.**Incorrect2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 4)The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. i.e 39 years. 5)The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4.i.e 71 years.

6)The person whose age is square of 6 lives on a floor above the oldest person but not immediately above.

7) On combining 6 and 7 we conclude, the age of the person living on floor number 5 is 71 years and the age of the person living on the top floor is 36 years.

8) The person whose age is 26 years live on floor number 6.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, The person whose age is 71 years live on floor number 5.

Floors Ages 7 36 years 6 26 years 5 71 years 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 39 years Hence the correct answer is

**None of these.**Unattempted2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 4)The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. i.e 39 years. 5)The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4.i.e 71 years.

6)The person whose age is square of 6 lives on a floor above the oldest person but not immediately above.

7) On combining 6 and 7 we conclude, the age of the person living on floor number 5 is 71 years and the age of the person living on the top floor is 36 years.

8) The person whose age is 26 years live on floor number 6.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, The person whose age is 71 years live on floor number 5.

Floors Ages 7 36 years 6 26 years 5 71 years 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 39 years Hence the correct answer is

**None of these.** - Question 15 of 35
##### 15. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the information carefully and answer the following questions.**In a building of seven floors such that the ground floor is numbered as 1 and the topmost floor is numbered as 7, seven persons are living on them. All of them are of different ages – 26 years, 64 years, 36 years, 39 years, 45 years, 16 years, and 71 years.

The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4. The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years. The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. Three persons live below the person whose age is 64 years. The person whose age is square of 6 lives on a floor above the oldest person but not immediately above.

**How many persons lives between the persons whose age is 64 years and 36 years?**Correct2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 4)The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. i.e 39 years. 5)The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4.i.e 71 years.

8) The person whose age is 26 years live on floor number 6.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, two persons live between the person whose age is 64 years and 36 years.

Floors Ages 7 36 years 6 26 years 5 71 years 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 39 years Hence the correct answer is

**Two.**Incorrect2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 4)The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. i.e 39 years. 5)The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4.i.e 71 years.

8) The person whose age is 26 years live on floor number 6.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, two persons live between the person whose age is 64 years and 36 years.

Floors Ages 7 36 years 6 26 years 5 71 years 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 39 years Hence the correct answer is

**Two.**Unattempted2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 4)The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. i.e 39 years. 5)The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4.i.e 71 years.

8) The person whose age is 26 years live on floor number 6.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, two persons live between the person whose age is 64 years and 36 years.

Floors Ages 7 36 years 6 26 years 5 71 years 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 39 years Hence the correct answer is

**Two.** - Question 16 of 35
##### 16. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the information carefully and answer the following questions.****What will be the sum of the ages of persons living on floor number 1 and floor number 7?**Correct2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 4)The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. i.e 39 years. 5)The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4.i.e 71 years.

8) The person whose age is 26 years live on floor number 6.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, the sum of the ages of the person living on floor number 1 and floor number 7 is ( 39 + 36) = 75 years.

Floors Ages 7 36 years 6 26 years 5 71 years 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 39 years Hence the correct answer is

**75 years.**Incorrect2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 4)The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. i.e 39 years. 5)The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4.i.e 71 years.

8) The person whose age is 26 years live on floor number 6.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, the sum of the ages of the person living on floor number 1 and floor number 7 is ( 39 + 36) = 75 years.

Floors Ages 7 36 years 6 26 years 5 71 years 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 39 years Hence the correct answer is

**75 years.**Unattempted2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 4)The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. i.e 39 years. 5)The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4.i.e 71 years.

8) The person whose age is 26 years live on floor number 6.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, the sum of the ages of the person living on floor number 1 and floor number 7 is ( 39 + 36) = 75 years.

Floors Ages 7 36 years 6 26 years 5 71 years 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 39 years Hence the correct answer is

**75 years.** - Question 17 of 35
##### 17. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the information carefully and answer the following questions.****What will be the result of subtraction of the ages of persons who lives on floor number 3 and 4?**Correct2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 4)The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. i.e 39 years. 5)The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4.i.e 71 years.

8) The person whose age is 26 years live on floor number 6.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, the result will be ( 64 – 16) years = 48 years.

Floors Ages 7 36 years 6 26 years 5 71 years 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 39 years Hence the correct answer is

**48 years.**Incorrect2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 4)The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. i.e 39 years. 5)The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4.i.e 71 years.

8) The person whose age is 26 years live on floor number 6.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, the result will be ( 64 – 16) years = 48 years.

Floors Ages 7 36 years 6 26 years 5 71 years 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 39 years Hence the correct answer is

**48 years.**Unattempted2)The age of the person who lives on floor number 3 is a square of multiple of four. i.e 16 years.

3) The person whose age is 16 years lives just above the person whose age is 45 years.

Floors Ages 7 6 5 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 4)The age of the person who lives on floor number 1 is a multiple of 13 but not a multiple of 2. i.e 39 years. 5)The oldest person among them lives on an odd number floor above floor number 4.i.e 71 years.

8) The person whose age is 26 years live on floor number 6.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, the result will be ( 64 – 16) years = 48 years.

Floors Ages 7 36 years 6 26 years 5 71 years 4 64 years 3 16 years 2 45 years 1 39 years Hence the correct answer is

**48 years.** - Question 18 of 35
##### 18. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the information carefully and answer the following questions.**Eight friends namely Karun, Virat, Ashwin, Rahul, Sachin, Ramesh, Parul, and Ravi like different celebrities viz. Anushka, Dhoni, Salman, Akshay, Vidya, Prachi, Sara, and Sana but not necessarily in the same order. One person only likes one celebrity.

Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, Vidya and Akshay. Parul likes Sara. Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. Karun likes Prachi. Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya. Sachin likes Anushka. Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.

**Who likes Vidya?**Correct1)First, we place all the definite information in the table. i)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Either Ramesh or Rahul likes Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**Cannot be determined.**Incorrect1)First, we place all the definite information in the table. i)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Either Ramesh or Rahul likes Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**Cannot be determined.**Unattempted1)First, we place all the definite information in the table. i)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Either Ramesh or Rahul likes Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**Cannot be determined.** - Question 19 of 35
##### 19. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the information carefully and answer the following questions.**Eight friends namely Karun, Virat, Ashwin, Rahul, Sachin, Ramesh, Parul, and Ravi like different celebrities viz. Anushka, Dhoni, Salman, Akshay, Vidya, Prachi, Sara, and Sana but not necessarily in the same order. One person only likes one celebrity.

Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, Vidya and Akshay. Parul likes Sara. Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. Karun likes Prachi. Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya. Sachin likes Anushka. Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.

**Which celebrity does Ravi like?**Correcti)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Ravi likes Sana.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**Sana.**Incorrecti)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Ravi likes Sana.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**Sana.**Unattemptedi)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Ravi likes Sana.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**Sana.** - Question 20 of 35
##### 20. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the information carefully and answer the following questions.**Eight friends namely Karun, Virat, Ashwin, Rahul, Sachin, Ramesh, Parul, and Ravi like different celebrities viz. Anushka, Dhoni, Salman, Akshay, Vidya, Prachi, Sara, and Sana but not necessarily in the same order. One person only likes one celebrity.

Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, Vidya and Akshay. Parul likes Sara. Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. Karun likes Prachi. Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya. Sachin likes Anushka. Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.

**Who likes Akshay?**Correcti)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Virat likes Akshay.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**Virat.**Incorrecti)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Virat likes Akshay.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**Virat.**Unattemptedi)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Virat likes Akshay.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**Virat.** - Question 21 of 35
##### 21. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the information carefully and answer the following questions.****If Rahul likes Vidya then who likes Dhoni?**Correcti)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, If Rahul likes Vidya then Ramesh like Dhoni.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**Ramesh.**Incorrecti)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, If Rahul likes Vidya then Ramesh like Dhoni.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**Ramesh.**Unattemptedi)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, If Rahul likes Vidya then Ramesh like Dhoni.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**Ramesh.** - Question 22 of 35
##### 22. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the information carefully and answer the following questions.**Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, Vidya and Akshay. Parul likes Sara. Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. Karun likes Prachi. Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya. Sachin likes Anushka. Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya

**Which celebrity does Ashwin like?**Correcti)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Ashwin likes Salman.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**None of these.**Incorrecti)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Ashwin likes Salman.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**None of these.**Unattemptedi)Parul likes Sara.

ii)Karun likes Prachi.

iii)Sachin likes Anushka.

2)Ravi doesn’t like Dhoni, Salman, and Akshay.so, by elimination we conclude Ravi likes Sana.

3)Ramesh likes either Dhoni or Vidya.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya 4)Virat doesn’t like Salman, Dhoni, and Vidya.so Virat likes Akshay. 5) Rahul likes neither Salman nor Akshay. so Ashwin likes Salman.

6)Rahul likes Either Vidya or Dhoni.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Ashwin likes Salman.

Persons Celebrities Parul Sara Karun Prachi Sachin Anushka Ravi Sana Ramesh Dhoni/Vidya Virat Akshay Ashwin Salman Rahul Vidya/ Dhoni Hence the correct answer is

**None of these.** - Question 23 of 35
##### 23. Question

Logical Reasoning**In each question below are given some statements 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 variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows/follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.****Statements:**All lions are tigers.

No tiger is dog.**Conclusions:**I. All lions are dogs

II. A few dogs are tigers.CorrectBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get, **Conclusion I**is false because it is not definite.**Conclusion II**is false because it is a positive conclusion and a positive conclusion cannot be derived from a negative statement.Hence the correct answer is

**Neither I nor II follows.**IncorrectBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get, **Conclusion I**is false because it is not definite.**Conclusion II**is false because it is a positive conclusion and a positive conclusion cannot be derived from a negative statement.Hence the correct answer is

**Neither I nor II follows.**UnattemptedBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get, **Conclusion I**is false because it is not definite.**Conclusion II**is false because it is a positive conclusion and a positive conclusion cannot be derived from a negative statement.Hence the correct answer is

**Neither I nor II follows.** - Question 24 of 35
##### 24. Question

Logical Reasoning**In each question below are given some statements 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 variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows/follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.****Statements:**Some girls are women.

All women are men.**Conclusions:**I. Some men are girls.

II. At least some men are women.CorrectBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get,

**Conclusion I**is true because it is definite.**Conclusion II**is true because it is a converse of the IInd statement.Hence the correct answer is

**Both I and II follow.**IncorrectBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get,

**Conclusion I**is true because it is definite.**Conclusion II**is true because it is a converse of the IInd statement.Hence the correct answer is

**Both I and II follow.**UnattemptedBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get,

**Conclusion I**is true because it is definite.**Conclusion II**is true because it is a converse of the IInd statement.Hence the correct answer is

**Both I and II follow.** - Question 25 of 35
##### 25. Question

Logical Reasoning**In each question below are given some statements 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 variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows/follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.****Statements:**No laptop is apple.

Not a single apple is mobile.**Conclusions:**I. No mobile are not apple.

II. Some mobile are not laptop.CorrectBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get, **Conclusion I**is true because it is a converse of the IInd statement.**Conclusion II**is false because it is not definite.Hence the correct answer is

**Only I follows.**IncorrectBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get, **Conclusion I**is true because it is a converse of the IInd statement.**Conclusion II**is false because it is not definite.Hence the correct answer is

**Only I follows.**UnattemptedBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get, **Conclusion I**is true because it is a converse of the IInd statement.**Conclusion II**is false because it is not definite.Hence the correct answer is

**Only I follows.** - Question 26 of 35
##### 26. Question

Logical Reasoning**Statements:**No curtain is doors.

All doors are pillows.**Conclusions:**I. Some Pillows are not Curtains.

II. Some curtains are not pillows.CorrectBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get, **Conclusion I**is true because it is definite.**Conclusion II**is false because it is not definite.Hence the correct answer is

**Only I follows.**IncorrectBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get, **Conclusion I**is true because it is definite.**Conclusion II**is false because it is not definite.Hence the correct answer is

**Only I follows.**UnattemptedBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get, **Conclusion I**is true because it is definite.**Conclusion II**is false because it is not definite.Hence the correct answer is

**Only I follows.** - Question 27 of 35
##### 27. Question

Logical Reasoning**Statements:**No brother is sisters.

Some sisters are fathers.**Conclusions :**I. Some fathers are brothers is a possibility.

II. All fathers are sisters.CorrectBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get, **Conclusion I**is true because the possibility of some fathers is brothers exist.**Conclusion II**is false because it is not definite.Hence the correct answer is

**Only I follows.**IncorrectBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get, **Conclusion I**is true because the possibility of some fathers is brothers exist.**Conclusion II**is false because it is not definite.Hence the correct answer is

**Only I follows.**UnattemptedBy making the least possible Venn diagram we get, **Conclusion I**is true because the possibility of some fathers is brothers exist.**Conclusion II**is false because it is not definite.Hence the correct answer is

**Only I follows.** - Question 28 of 35
##### 28. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the infractions carefully and answer the following questions.**Ten persons namely A, B, C, D, E, P, Q, R, S, and T are sitting in a straight row facing in north direction but not necessarily in the same order.

Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediate left of A.Three persons sit to the right of A. Three persons sit between R and B.The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row. D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C.No one sits to the left of T.

**How many persons sit to the left of D?**Correct1)No one sits to the left of T. 2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbours of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Either three or four persons sit to the left of D.

Hence the correct answer is

**Either 1 or 3.**Incorrect1)No one sits to the left of T. 2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbours of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Either three or four persons sit to the left of D.

Hence the correct answer is

**Either 1 or 3.**Unattempted1)No one sits to the left of T. 2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbours of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Either three or four persons sit to the left of D.

Hence the correct answer is

**Either 1 or 3.** - Question 29 of 35
##### 29. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the infractions carefully and answer the following questions.**Ten persons namely A, B, C, D, E, P, Q, R, S, and T are sitting in a straight row facing in north direction but not necessarily in the same order.

Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediate left of A.Three persons sit to the right of A. Three persons sit between R and B.The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row. D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C.No one sits to the left of T.

**Who sits fourth to the right of R?**Correct2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, C sits fourth to the right of R.

Hence the correct answer is

**C.**Incorrect2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, C sits fourth to the right of R.

Hence the correct answer is

**C.**Unattempted2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, C sits fourth to the right of R.

Hence the correct answer is

**C.** - Question 30 of 35
##### 30. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the infractions carefully and answer the following questions.**Ten persons namely A, B, C, D, E, P, Q, R, S, and T are sitting in a straight row facing in north direction but not necessarily in the same order.

Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediate left of A.Three persons sit to the right of A. Three persons sit between R and B.The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row. D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C. No one sits to the left of T.

**Which pairs represent persons sitting at the extreme end of the row?**Correct2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, C and T sit at the extreme end of the row.

Hence the correct answer is

**C, T.**Incorrect2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, C and T sit at the extreme end of the row.

Hence the correct answer is

**C, T.**Unattempted2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, C and T sit at the extreme end of the row.

Hence the correct answer is

**C, T.** - Question 31 of 35
##### 31. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the infractions carefully and answer the following questions.**Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediate left of A.Three persons sit to the right of A. Three persons sit between R and B.The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row. D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C. No one sits to the left of T.

**How many persons sit between P and B?**Correct2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbours of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Either five or six persons sit between B and P.

Hence the correct answer is

**Either 2 or 3.**Incorrect2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbours of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Either five or six persons sit between B and P.

Hence the correct answer is

**Either 2 or 3.**Unattempted2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbours of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Either five or six persons sit between B and P.

Hence the correct answer is

**Either 2 or 3.** - Question 32 of 35
##### 32. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the infractions carefully and answer the following questions.**Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediate left of A.Three persons sit to the right of A. Three persons sit between R and B.The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row. D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C. No one sits to the left of T.

**Which pair represents the immediate neighbors of B?**Correct2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Q and T are immediate neighbors of B.

Hence the correct answer is

**Q, T.**Incorrect2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Q and T are immediate neighbors of B.

Hence the correct answer is

**Q, T.**Unattempted2)Three persons sit to the right of A.

3)Q sits third to the left of R who sits immediately left of A.

4)The number of persons sitting between A and C is the same as the number of persons sitting between R and Q. 5)C doesn’t sit in the middle of the row.

6) Three persons sit between R and B.

7) D and E are immediate neighbors of each other but neither of them sits near to C.

Now we have our final arrangements.

Clearly, Q and T are immediate neighbors of B.

Hence the correct answer is

**Q, T.** - Question 33 of 35
##### 33. Question

Logical Reasoning**These questions are based on the following information.**‘X is the mother of Y’ is represented by ‘X @ Y’

‘X is the husband of Y’ is represented by ‘X $ Y’

‘X is the sister of Y’ is represented by ‘X # Y’

‘X is the son of Y’ is represented by ‘X * Y’

If F # J * T $ R @ L, then which of the following is definitely true?

CorrectF # J * T $ R @ L can be drawn diagrammatically by using the given information: **‘F # J’**means**F is the sister of J.****‘J * T’**means**J is the son of T,****‘T $ R’**means**T is the husband of R,****‘R @ L’**means**R is the mother of L**Thus, we can definitely say F is the sister of L.

Hence the correct answer is

**F is the sister of L.**IncorrectF # J * T $ R @ L can be drawn diagrammatically by using the given information: **‘F # J’**means**F is the sister of J.****‘J * T’**means**J is the son of T,****‘T $ R’**means**T is the husband of R,****‘R @ L’**means**R is the mother of L**Thus, we can definitely say F is the sister of L.

Hence the correct answer is

**F is the sister of L.**UnattemptedF # J * T $ R @ L can be drawn diagrammatically by using the given information: **‘F # J’**means**F is the sister of J.****‘J * T’**means**J is the son of T,****‘T $ R’**means**T is the husband of R,****‘R @ L’**means**R is the mother of L**Thus, we can definitely say F is the sister of L.

Hence the correct answer is

**F is the sister of L.** - Question 34 of 35
##### 34. Question

Logical Reasoning**These questions are based on the following information.**‘X is the mother of Y’ is represented by ‘X @ Y’

‘X is the husband of Y’ is represented by ‘X $ Y’

‘X is the sister of Y’ is represented by ‘X # Y’

‘X is the son of Y’ is represented by ‘X * Y’

**Which of the following indicates the relationship ‘R’ is the daughter of T’?**CorrectR # F * B $ T **‘R # F’**means**R is the sister of F,****‘F * B’**means**F is the son of B,****‘B $ T’**means**B is the husband of T.**Thus, R # F * B $ T correctly indicates the relationship ‘R’ is the daughter of T’.

Hence the correct answer is

**R # F * B $ T.**IncorrectR # F * B $ T **‘R # F’**means**R is the sister of F,****‘F * B’**means**F is the son of B,****‘B $ T’**means**B is the husband of T.**Thus, R # F * B $ T correctly indicates the relationship ‘R’ is the daughter of T’.

Hence the correct answer is

**R # F * B $ T.**UnattemptedR # F * B $ T **‘R # F’**means**R is the sister of F,****‘F * B’**means**F is the son of B,****‘B $ T’**means**B is the husband of T.**Thus, R # F * B $ T correctly indicates the relationship ‘R’ is the daughter of T’.

Hence the correct answer is

**R # F * B $ T.** - Question 35 of 35
##### 35. Question

Logical Reasoning**These questions are based on the following information.**‘X is the mother of Y’ is represented by ‘X @ Y’

‘X is the husband of Y’ is represented by ‘X $ Y’

‘X is the sister of Y’ is represented by ‘X # Y’

‘X is the son of Y’ is represented by ‘X * Y’

**If M * H @ D * K, then how is K is related to M in the given expression?**CorrectM * H @ D * K **‘M * H’**means**M is the son of H,****‘H @ D’**means**H is the mother of D,****‘D * K’**means**D is the son of K.**Thus, we can say K is the father of M.

Hence the correct answer is

**Father.**IncorrectM * H @ D * K **‘M * H’**means**M is the son of H,****‘H @ D’**means**H is the mother of D,****‘D * K’**means**D is the son of K.**Thus, we can say K is the father of M.

Hence the correct answer is

**Father.**UnattemptedM * H @ D * K **‘M * H’**means**M is the son of H,****‘H @ D’**means**H is the mother of D,****‘D * K’**means**D is the son of K.**Thus, we can say K is the father of M.

Hence the correct answer is

**Father.**