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- Question 1 of 80
##### 1. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**In a jungle, eight animals – Giraffe, Elephant, Goat, Lion, Crocodile, Snake, Bear and Rat are categorized as Herbivore, Carnivore and Omnivore. The rank of Carnivore is greater than Herbivore but lower than Omnivore. The animals of each category are further ranked based on the food they eat. Thus, each animal has an overall rank and a category rank.

The omnivore that eats grain has lesser rank than the one that eats meat. The carnivore that eats fish has greater rank than the one that eats eggs but lower than the one that eats meat. The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits. The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category. Bear is an omnivore who does not eat grains. Lion gets the highest rank among carnivore category and snake gets the lowest rank among carnivore category. Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category. Rat is neither a carnivore nor a herbivore. Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore. Snake does not eat fish. Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

**Q.1 : What is the overall rank of lion?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 1) The omnivore that eats grain has lesser rank than the one that eats meat. 2) The carnivore that eats fish has greater rank than the one that eats eggs but lower than the one that eats meat.

3) The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category.

4) The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits.

(These four statements imply that there are two omnivores, three carnivores and three herbivores)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 8 Herbivore Grass 3 5) Bear is an omnivore who does not eat grains. (This implies that bear eats meat)

6) Lion gets the highest rank among carnivore category and snake gets the lowest rank among carnivore category.

7) Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category.

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 8) Rat is neither a carnivore nor a herbivore. (This implies Rat is an omnivore and occupies the only left position that is rank 2 in that category)

9) Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore.

(This implies that the remaining animals crocodile and snake are carnivores)

10) Snake does not eat fish.

(This implies crocodile eats fish and snake eats eggs)

11) Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

(Thus, the only animal left that is giraffe gets the highest rank in herbivore category)

(Now, goat is the only aniaml left who is a herbivore ans eats grass)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 Rat 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 Crocodile 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 Snake 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 Giraffe 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 Goat Hence, the overall rank of lion is Third. Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 1) The omnivore that eats grain has lesser rank than the one that eats meat. 2) The carnivore that eats fish has greater rank than the one that eats eggs but lower than the one that eats meat.

3) The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category.

4) The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits.

(These four statements imply that there are two omnivores, three carnivores and three herbivores)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 8 Herbivore Grass 3 5) Bear is an omnivore who does not eat grains. (This implies that bear eats meat)

6) Lion gets the highest rank among carnivore category and snake gets the lowest rank among carnivore category.

7) Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category.

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 8) Rat is neither a carnivore nor a herbivore. (This implies Rat is an omnivore and occupies the only left position that is rank 2 in that category)

9) Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore.

(This implies that the remaining animals crocodile and snake are carnivores)

10) Snake does not eat fish.

(This implies crocodile eats fish and snake eats eggs)

11) Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

(Thus, the only animal left that is giraffe gets the highest rank in herbivore category)

(Now, goat is the only aniaml left who is a herbivore ans eats grass)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 Rat 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 Crocodile 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 Snake 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 Giraffe 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 Goat Hence, the overall rank of lion is Third. Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 1) The omnivore that eats grain has lesser rank than the one that eats meat. 2) The carnivore that eats fish has greater rank than the one that eats eggs but lower than the one that eats meat.

3) The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category.

4) The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits.

(These four statements imply that there are two omnivores, three carnivores and three herbivores)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 8 Herbivore Grass 3 5) Bear is an omnivore who does not eat grains. (This implies that bear eats meat)

6) Lion gets the highest rank among carnivore category and snake gets the lowest rank among carnivore category.

7) Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category.

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 8) Rat is neither a carnivore nor a herbivore. (This implies Rat is an omnivore and occupies the only left position that is rank 2 in that category)

9) Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore.

(This implies that the remaining animals crocodile and snake are carnivores)

10) Snake does not eat fish.

(This implies crocodile eats fish and snake eats eggs)

11) Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

(Thus, the only animal left that is giraffe gets the highest rank in herbivore category)

(Now, goat is the only aniaml left who is a herbivore ans eats grass)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 Rat 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 Crocodile 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 Snake 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 Giraffe 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 Goat Hence, the overall rank of lion is Third. - Question 2 of 80
##### 2. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**In a jungle, eight animals – Giraffe, Elephant, Goat, Lion, Crocodile, Snake, Bear and Rat are categorized as Herbivore, Carnivore and Omnivore. The rank of Carnivore is greater than Herbivore but lower than Omnivore. The animals of each category are further ranked based on the food they eat. Thus, each animal has an overall rank and a category rank.

The omnivore that eats grain has lesser rank than the one that eats meat. The carnivore that eats fish has greater rank than the one that eats eggs but lower than the one that eats meat. The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits. The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category. Bear is an omnivore who does not eat grains. Lion gets the highest rank among carnivore category and snake gets the lowest rank among carnivore category. Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category. Rat is neither a carnivore nor a herbivore. Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore. Snake does not eat fish. Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

**Q.2 : What is the category rank of elephant?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 3) The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category.

4) The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits.

(These four statements imply that there are two omnivores, three carnivores and three herbivores)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 8 Herbivore Grass 3 (This implies that bear eats meat)

7) Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category.

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 9) Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore.

(This implies that the remaining animals crocodile and snake are carnivores)

10) Snake does not eat fish.

(This implies crocodile eats fish and snake eats eggs)

11) Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

(Thus, the only animal left that is giraffe gets the highest rank in herbivore category)

(Now, goat is the only aniaml left who is a herbivore ans eats grass)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 Rat 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 Crocodile 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 Snake 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 Giraffe 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 Goat Hence, the overall rank of lion is Third. Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 3) The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category.

4) The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits.

(These four statements imply that there are two omnivores, three carnivores and three herbivores)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 8 Herbivore Grass 3 (This implies that bear eats meat)

7) Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category.

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 9) Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore.

(This implies that the remaining animals crocodile and snake are carnivores)

10) Snake does not eat fish.

(This implies crocodile eats fish and snake eats eggs)

11) Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

(Thus, the only animal left that is giraffe gets the highest rank in herbivore category)

(Now, goat is the only aniaml left who is a herbivore ans eats grass)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 Rat 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 Crocodile 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 Snake 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 Giraffe 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 Goat Hence, the overall rank of lion is Third. Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 3) The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category.

4) The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits.

(These four statements imply that there are two omnivores, three carnivores and three herbivores)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 8 Herbivore Grass 3 (This implies that bear eats meat)

7) Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category.

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 9) Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore.

(This implies that the remaining animals crocodile and snake are carnivores)

10) Snake does not eat fish.

(This implies crocodile eats fish and snake eats eggs)

11) Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

(Thus, the only animal left that is giraffe gets the highest rank in herbivore category)

(Now, goat is the only aniaml left who is a herbivore ans eats grass)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 Rat 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 Crocodile 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 Snake 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 Giraffe 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 Goat Hence, the overall rank of lion is Third. - Question 3 of 80
##### 3. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**In a jungle, eight animals – Giraffe, Elephant, Goat, Lion, Crocodile, Snake, Bear and Rat are categorized as Herbivore, Carnivore and Omnivore. The rank of Carnivore is greater than Herbivore but lower than Omnivore. The animals of each category are further ranked based on the food they eat. Thus, each animal has an overall rank and a category rank.

The omnivore that eats grain has lesser rank than the one that eats meat. The carnivore that eats fish has greater rank than the one that eats eggs but lower than the one that eats meat. The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits. The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category. Bear is an omnivore who does not eat grains. Lion gets the highest rank among carnivore category and snake gets the lowest rank among carnivore category. Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category. Rat is neither a carnivore nor a herbivore. Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore. Snake does not eat fish. Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

**Q.3 : If the ranking procedure is reversed, then the ranks of how many animals would remain unaffected?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 3) The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category.

4) The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits.

(These four statements imply that there are two omnivores, three carnivores and three herbivores)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 8 Herbivore Grass 3 (This implies that bear eats meat)

7) Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category.

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 9) Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore.

(This implies that the remaining animals crocodile and snake are carnivores)

10) Snake does not eat fish.

(This implies crocodile eats fish and snake eats eggs)

11) Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

(Thus, the only animal left that is giraffe gets the highest rank in herbivore category)

(Now, goat is the only aniaml left who is a herbivore ans eats grass)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 Rat 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 Crocodile 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 Snake 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 Giraffe 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 Goat Hence, the overall rank of lion is Third. Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 3) The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category.

4) The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits.

(These four statements imply that there are two omnivores, three carnivores and three herbivores)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 8 Herbivore Grass 3 (This implies that bear eats meat)

7) Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category.

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 9) Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore.

(This implies that the remaining animals crocodile and snake are carnivores)

10) Snake does not eat fish.

(This implies crocodile eats fish and snake eats eggs)

11) Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

(Thus, the only animal left that is giraffe gets the highest rank in herbivore category)

(Now, goat is the only aniaml left who is a herbivore ans eats grass)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 Rat 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 Crocodile 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 Snake 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 Giraffe 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 Goat Hence, the overall rank of lion is Third. Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 3) The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category.

4) The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits.

(These four statements imply that there are two omnivores, three carnivores and three herbivores)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 8 Herbivore Grass 3 (This implies that bear eats meat)

7) Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category.

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 9) Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore.

(This implies that the remaining animals crocodile and snake are carnivores)

10) Snake does not eat fish.

(This implies crocodile eats fish and snake eats eggs)

11) Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

(Thus, the only animal left that is giraffe gets the highest rank in herbivore category)

(Now, goat is the only aniaml left who is a herbivore ans eats grass)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 Rat 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 Crocodile 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 Snake 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 Giraffe 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 Goat Hence, the overall rank of lion is Third. - Question 4 of 80
##### 4. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.****Q.4 : What is the overall rank of lion?****Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 3) The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category.

4) The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits.

(These four statements imply that there are two omnivores, three carnivores and three herbivores)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 8 Herbivore Grass 3 (This implies that bear eats meat)

7) Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category.

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 9) Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore.

(This implies that the remaining animals crocodile and snake are carnivores)

10) Snake does not eat fish.

(This implies crocodile eats fish and snake eats eggs)

11) Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

(Thus, the only animal left that is giraffe gets the highest rank in herbivore category)

(Now, goat is the only aniaml left who is a herbivore ans eats grass)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 Rat 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 Crocodile 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 Snake 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 Giraffe 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 Goat Hence, the overall rank of lion is Third. **Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 3) The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category.

4) The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits.

(These four statements imply that there are two omnivores, three carnivores and three herbivores)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 8 Herbivore Grass 3 (This implies that bear eats meat)

7) Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category.

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 9) Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore.

(This implies that the remaining animals crocodile and snake are carnivores)

10) Snake does not eat fish.

(This implies crocodile eats fish and snake eats eggs)

11) Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

(Thus, the only animal left that is giraffe gets the highest rank in herbivore category)

(Now, goat is the only aniaml left who is a herbivore ans eats grass)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 Rat 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 Crocodile 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 Snake 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 Giraffe 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 Goat Hence, the overall rank of lion is Third. **Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 3) The herbivore that eats green plants has the highest rank in that category.

4) The herbivore that eats grass has lower rank than the one that eats fruits.

(These four statements imply that there are two omnivores, three carnivores and three herbivores)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 8 Herbivore Grass 3 (This implies that bear eats meat)

7) Elephant gets the second rank in the herbivore category.

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 9) Neither giraffe nor goat is a carnivore.

(This implies that the remaining animals crocodile and snake are carnivores)

10) Snake does not eat fish.

(This implies crocodile eats fish and snake eats eggs)

11) Goat did not get the highest rank in any category.

(Thus, the only animal left that is giraffe gets the highest rank in herbivore category)

(Now, goat is the only aniaml left who is a herbivore ans eats grass)

Overall rank Category Food Type Rank within category Animal 1 Omnivore Meat 1 Bear 2 Omnivore Grain 2 Rat 3 Carnivore Meat 1 Lion 4 Carnivore Fish 2 Crocodile 5 Carnivore Eggs 3 Snake 6 Herbivore Green plants 1 Giraffe 7 Herbivore Fruits 2 Elephant 8 Herbivore Grass 3 Goat Hence, the overall rank of lion is Third. - Question 5 of 80
##### 5. Question

Logical ReasoningHimanshu starts walking from his house. He walks 4 km in the north direction, then he turns left and walks 5 km, then he walks 2 km in the south, then turns left and walks 3 km, then finally he turns right and walks 2 km to reach his school.

**Q. What is the shortest distance between Himanshu’s house and school? In which direction is the school with respect to the house?**CorrectSolution : The movement of Subin is as shown below, Thus, Himanshu’s school is in the west of Himanshu’s house.

Now, shortest distance between school and house = AF = CB – DE = 5 – 3 = 2 km.

IncorrectSolution : The movement of Subin is as shown below, Thus, Himanshu’s school is in the west of Himanshu’s house.

Now, shortest distance between school and house = AF = CB – DE = 5 – 3 = 2 km.

UnattemptedSolution : The movement of Subin is as shown below, Thus, Himanshu’s school is in the west of Himanshu’s house.

Now, shortest distance between school and house = AF = CB – DE = 5 – 3 = 2 km.

- Question 6 of 80
##### 6. Question

Logical ReasoningA girl starts walking from point A and walks 10 km towards east and stops at point B. Now, she turns 90° to her left and walks 15 km to reach a point C. Now, she takes 90° right turn and walks 10 km to reach a point D.

**Q. In which direction is the point C with respect to point A?**CorrectSolution : Thus, the point C is in the North-East direction with respect to point A.

IncorrectSolution : Thus, the point C is in the North-East direction with respect to point A.

UnattemptedSolution : Thus, the point C is in the North-East direction with respect to point A.

- Question 7 of 80
##### 7. Question

Logical Reasoning*Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:*D 4 E ^ F G 5 & H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 Z

**Q. How many such numbers are there in the above arrangement which are immediately followed by a symbol and immediately preceded by an alphabet?**Correct**Solution :****Given series:**Left side D 4 E ^ F G 5 & H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 Z Right side

Numbers which are immediately followed by a symbol and immediately preceded by an alphabet:

D 4 E ^ F

**G 5 &**H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 ZHence, there is only one such number which is immediately followed by a symbol and immediately preceded by an alphabet: (G 5 &)

Incorrect**Solution :****Given series:**Left side D 4 E ^ F G 5 & H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 Z Right side

Numbers which are immediately followed by a symbol and immediately preceded by an alphabet:

D 4 E ^ F

**G 5 &**H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 ZHence, there is only one such number which is immediately followed by a symbol and immediately preceded by an alphabet: (G 5 &)

Unattempted**Solution :****Given series:**Left side D 4 E ^ F G 5 & H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 Z Right side

Numbers which are immediately followed by a symbol and immediately preceded by an alphabet:

D 4 E ^ F

**G 5 &**H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 ZHence, there is only one such number which is immediately followed by a symbol and immediately preceded by an alphabet: (G 5 &)

- Question 8 of 80
##### 8. Question

Logical Reasoning*Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:*D 4 E ^ F G 5 & H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 Z

**Q. Four of following five are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?**CorrectSolution : Left side D 4 E ^ F G 5 & H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 Z Right side Here the group is formed in which first element is immediately next to the second, and the third element is immediately next to the first element.

Hence, 2#$ does not belong to the group.

IncorrectSolution : Left side D 4 E ^ F G 5 & H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 Z Right side Here the group is formed in which first element is immediately next to the second, and the third element is immediately next to the first element.

Hence, 2#$ does not belong to the group.

UnattemptedSolution : Left side D 4 E ^ F G 5 & H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 Z Right side Here the group is formed in which first element is immediately next to the second, and the third element is immediately next to the first element.

Hence, 2#$ does not belong to the group.

- Question 9 of 80
##### 9. Question

Logical Reasoning*Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:*D 4 E ^ F G 5 & H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 Z

**Q. Which of the following is fifteenth to the right of the tenth to the left of the twentieth element from the right end of the above arrangement?**CorrectSolution : Given series: Left side D 4 E ^ F G 5 & H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 Z Right side

20th element from the right end – M

10th element to the left of M – &

15th element to the right of & – %

IncorrectSolution : Given series: Left side D 4 E ^ F G 5 & H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 Z Right side

20th element from the right end – M

10th element to the left of M – &

15th element to the right of & – %

UnattemptedSolution : Given series: Left side D 4 E ^ F G 5 & H 6 I * 7 J K L @ M % 8 N O % P Q ! U @ V W X # 2 Y $ 1 Z Right side

20th element from the right end – M

10th element to the left of M – &

15th element to the right of & – %

- Question 10 of 80
##### 10. Question

Logical ReasoningLata introduces Harsh as the husband of granddaughter of her father who has only one child. How is Harsh related to Lata?

CorrectSolution : Lata’ s father has only one child. Therefore, his granddaughter should be Lata’s daughter. Harsh is the husband of granddaughter of Lata’s father. (This means Harsh is the husband of Lata’s daughter) Hence, Harsh is the son-in-law of Lata.

IncorrectSolution : Lata’ s father has only one child. Therefore, his granddaughter should be Lata’s daughter. Harsh is the husband of granddaughter of Lata’s father. (This means Harsh is the husband of Lata’s daughter) Hence, Harsh is the son-in-law of Lata.

UnattemptedSolution : Lata’ s father has only one child. Therefore, his granddaughter should be Lata’s daughter. Harsh is the husband of granddaughter of Lata’s father. (This means Harsh is the husband of Lata’s daughter) Hence, Harsh is the son-in-law of Lata.

- Question 11 of 80
##### 11. Question

Logical ReasoningPointing to a man, Arvind said, “He is the son of the only daughter of my mother’s husband”. How is Arvind related to that man if Arvind is a male?

Correct**Solution :**Decoding the relation Corresponding Inference Given: 1) Pointing to a man, Arvind said, “He is the son of the only daughter of my mother’s husband”.

2) Arvind is a male.

Arvind’s mother’s husband will be Arvind’s father.

The only daughter of Arvind’s father will be Arvind’s sister. The man is Arvind’s sister’s son. According to the tree diagram, Arvind is the uncle of that man.

Hence, “uncle” is the correct answer.

Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the relation Corresponding Inference Given: 1) Pointing to a man, Arvind said, “He is the son of the only daughter of my mother’s husband”.

2) Arvind is a male.

Arvind’s mother’s husband will be Arvind’s father.

The only daughter of Arvind’s father will be Arvind’s sister. The man is Arvind’s sister’s son. According to the tree diagram, Arvind is the uncle of that man.

Hence, “uncle” is the correct answer.

Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the relation Corresponding Inference Given: 1) Pointing to a man, Arvind said, “He is the son of the only daughter of my mother’s husband”.

2) Arvind is a male.

Arvind’s mother’s husband will be Arvind’s father.

The only daughter of Arvind’s father will be Arvind’s sister. The man is Arvind’s sister’s son. According to the tree diagram, Arvind is the uncle of that man.

Hence, “uncle” is the correct answer.

- Question 12 of 80
##### 12. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**Certain numbers of monkeys are sitting in a row such that if the first monkey faces north, the next one faces south, and the next one again faces north and so on. Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south. There are eight monkeys between the fourth monkey from the left end and the third monkey from the right end.

**Q. How many monkeys are there in the row?**CorrectSolution : There are eight monkeys between the fourth monkey from the left end and the third monkey from the right end. (This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

if the first monkey faces north, the next one faces south, and the next one again faces north and so on.

Hence, 15 is the correct answer.

IncorrectSolution : There are eight monkeys between the fourth monkey from the left end and the third monkey from the right end. (This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

if the first monkey faces north, the next one faces south, and the next one again faces north and so on.

Hence, 15 is the correct answer.

UnattemptedSolution : There are eight monkeys between the fourth monkey from the left end and the third monkey from the right end. (This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

if the first monkey faces north, the next one faces south, and the next one again faces north and so on.

Hence, 15 is the correct answer.

- Question 13 of 80
##### 13. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**Certain numbers of monkeys are sitting in a row such that if the first monkey faces north, the next one faces south, and the next one again faces north and so on. Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south. There are eight monkeys between the fourth monkey from the left end and the third monkey from the right end.

**Q. How many monkeys face north?**Correct**Solution :**There are eight monkeys between the fourth monkey from the left end and the third monkey from the right end.

(This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

Hence, 8 monkeys face north

Incorrect**Solution :**There are eight monkeys between the fourth monkey from the left end and the third monkey from the right end.

(This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

Hence, 8 monkeys face north

Unattempted**Solution :**There are eight monkeys between the fourth monkey from the left end and the third monkey from the right end.

(This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

Hence, 8 monkeys face north

- Question 14 of 80
##### 14. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**Certain numbers of monkeys are sitting in a row such that if the first monkey faces north, the next one faces south, and the next one again faces north and so on. Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south. There are eight monkeys between the fourth monkey from the left end and the third monkey from the right end.

**Q. How many monkeys face south?**Correct**Solution :**(This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

Hence, 7 monkeys face south.

Incorrect**Solution :**(This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

Hence, 7 monkeys face south.

Unattempted**Solution :**(This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

Hence, 7 monkeys face south.

- Question 15 of 80
##### 15. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.****Q. In which direction does eleventh monkey from the right end face?**Correct**Solution :**(This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

Hence, 11th monkey from the right end faces north.

Incorrect**Solution :**(This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

Hence, 11th monkey from the right end faces north.

Unattempted**Solution :**(This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

Hence, 11th monkey from the right end faces north.

- Question 16 of 80
##### 16. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.****Q. If more five monkeys are added on each end of the row, how many monkeys will face south?**CorrectSolution : There are eight monkeys between the fourth monkey from the left end and the third monkey from the right end. (This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

Hence, 13 monkeys will face south.

IncorrectSolution : There are eight monkeys between the fourth monkey from the left end and the third monkey from the right end. (This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

Hence, 13 monkeys will face south.

UnattemptedSolution : There are eight monkeys between the fourth monkey from the left end and the third monkey from the right end. (This implies that there are total 15 people sitting in the row)

Seventh monkey from the right end faces north. Eighth monkey from the left end faces south.

Hence, 13 monkeys will face south.

- Question 17 of 80
##### 17. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**Eight people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a square table such that four of them sit at the corners and four sit at the edges.

A faces the same direction as D. A sits opposite to B and faces in the direction opposite to F. E does not sit between D and B. H does not sit between B and F. The person sitting opposite to H faces in the opposite direction of H. The person sitting between D and A faces in the opposite direction to G. G does not sit adjacent to D or B and C does not sit adjacent to F or B. Four of them face outward. D does not sit at any corner. B does not face the same direction as D. The person between D and B faces outward. B sits second to the right of F. There are three people between D and F, who faces outward.

**Q. Who is sitting second to the right of A?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Image 1) D does not sit at any corner. 2) There are three people between D and F, who faces outward.

3) B sits second to the right of F.

4) A sits opposite to B and faces in the direction opposite of F.

5) E does not sit between D and B. 6) H does not sit between B and F.

7) G does not sit adjacent to D or B and C does not sit adjacent to F or B

(This implies that G sits between A and F, and C sits between A and D)

(This also implies that E sits between F and B, and H sits between B and D)

8) A faces the same direction as D. (This implies that D faces inward)

9) B does not face the same direction as D.

(Thus implies that B faces outward)

10) The person between D and B faces outward.

(This means H faces outward)

11) The person sitting opposite to H faces the opposite direction as H.

(This means G faces inward)

12) The person sitting between D and A face in the opposite direction as G.

Hence, D is sitting second to the right of A.

Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Image 1) D does not sit at any corner. 2) There are three people between D and F, who faces outward.

3) B sits second to the right of F.

4) A sits opposite to B and faces in the direction opposite of F.

5) E does not sit between D and B. 6) H does not sit between B and F.

7) G does not sit adjacent to D or B and C does not sit adjacent to F or B

(This implies that G sits between A and F, and C sits between A and D)

(This also implies that E sits between F and B, and H sits between B and D)

8) A faces the same direction as D. (This implies that D faces inward)

9) B does not face the same direction as D.

(Thus implies that B faces outward)

10) The person between D and B faces outward.

(This means H faces outward)

11) The person sitting opposite to H faces the opposite direction as H.

(This means G faces inward)

12) The person sitting between D and A face in the opposite direction as G.

Hence, D is sitting second to the right of A.

Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Image 1) D does not sit at any corner. 2) There are three people between D and F, who faces outward.

3) B sits second to the right of F.

4) A sits opposite to B and faces in the direction opposite of F.

5) E does not sit between D and B. 6) H does not sit between B and F.

7) G does not sit adjacent to D or B and C does not sit adjacent to F or B

(This implies that G sits between A and F, and C sits between A and D)

(This also implies that E sits between F and B, and H sits between B and D)

8) A faces the same direction as D. (This implies that D faces inward)

9) B does not face the same direction as D.

(Thus implies that B faces outward)

10) The person between D and B faces outward.

(This means H faces outward)

11) The person sitting opposite to H faces the opposite direction as H.

(This means G faces inward)

12) The person sitting between D and A face in the opposite direction as G.

Hence, D is sitting second to the right of A.

- Question 18 of 80
##### 18. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**Eight people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a square table such that four of them sit at the corners and four sit at the edges.

A faces the same direction as D. A sits opposite to B and faces in the direction opposite to F. E does not sit between D and B. H does not sit between B and F. The person sitting opposite to H faces in the opposite direction of H. The person sitting between D and A faces in the opposite direction to G. G does not sit adjacent to D or B and C does not sit adjacent to F or B. Four of them face outward. D does not sit at any corner. B does not face the same direction as D. The person between D and B faces outward. B sits second to the right of F. There are three people between D and F, who faces outward.

**Q. Who sits opposite to F?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Image 2) There are three people between D and F, who faces outward.

3) B sits second to the right of F.

4) A sits opposite to B and faces in the direction opposite of F.

6) H does not sit between B and F.

7) G does not sit adjacent to D or B and C does not sit adjacent to F or B

(This implies that G sits between A and F, and C sits between A and D)

(This also implies that E sits between F and B, and H sits between B and D)

(This implies that D faces inward)

9) B does not face the same direction as D.

(Thus implies that B faces outward)

10) The person between D and B faces outward.

(This means H faces outward)

11) The person sitting opposite to H faces the opposite direction as H.

(This means G faces inward)

12) The person sitting between D and A face in the opposite direction as G.

Hence, D is sitting second to the right of A.

Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Image 2) There are three people between D and F, who faces outward.

3) B sits second to the right of F.

4) A sits opposite to B and faces in the direction opposite of F.

6) H does not sit between B and F.

7) G does not sit adjacent to D or B and C does not sit adjacent to F or B

(This implies that G sits between A and F, and C sits between A and D)

(This also implies that E sits between F and B, and H sits between B and D)

(This implies that D faces inward)

9) B does not face the same direction as D.

(Thus implies that B faces outward)

10) The person between D and B faces outward.

(This means H faces outward)

11) The person sitting opposite to H faces the opposite direction as H.

(This means G faces inward)

12) The person sitting between D and A face in the opposite direction as G.

Hence, D is sitting second to the right of A.

Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Image 2) There are three people between D and F, who faces outward.

3) B sits second to the right of F.

4) A sits opposite to B and faces in the direction opposite of F.

6) H does not sit between B and F.

7) G does not sit adjacent to D or B and C does not sit adjacent to F or B

(This implies that G sits between A and F, and C sits between A and D)

(This also implies that E sits between F and B, and H sits between B and D)

(This implies that D faces inward)

9) B does not face the same direction as D.

(Thus implies that B faces outward)

10) The person between D and B faces outward.

(This means H faces outward)

11) The person sitting opposite to H faces the opposite direction as H.

(This means G faces inward)

12) The person sitting between D and A face in the opposite direction as G.

Hence, D is sitting second to the right of A.

- Question 19 of 80
##### 19. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**Eight people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a square table such that four of them sit at the corners and four sit at the edges.

A faces the same direction as D. A sits opposite to B and faces in the direction opposite to F. E does not sit between D and B. H does not sit between B and F. The person sitting opposite to H faces in the opposite direction of H. The person sitting between D and A faces in the opposite direction to G. G does not sit adjacent to D or B and C does not sit adjacent to F or B. Four of them face outward. D does not sit at any corner. B does not face the same direction as D. The person between D and B faces outward. B sits second to the right of F. There are three people between D and F, who faces outward.

**Q. Find the odd one.**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Image 2) There are three people between D and F, who faces outward.

3) B sits second to the right of F.

4) A sits opposite to B and faces in the direction opposite of F.

6) H does not sit between B and F.

7) G does not sit adjacent to D or B and C does not sit adjacent to F or B

(This implies that G sits between A and F, and C sits between A and D)

(This also implies that E sits between F and B, and H sits between B and D)

(This implies that D faces inward)

9) B does not face the same direction as D.

(Thus implies that B faces outward)

10) The person between D and B faces outward.

(This means H faces outward)

11) The person sitting opposite to H faces the opposite direction as H.

(This means G faces inward)

12) The person sitting between D and A face in the opposite direction as G.

Hence, D is sitting second to the right of A.

Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Image 2) There are three people between D and F, who faces outward.

3) B sits second to the right of F.

4) A sits opposite to B and faces in the direction opposite of F.

6) H does not sit between B and F.

7) G does not sit adjacent to D or B and C does not sit adjacent to F or B

(This implies that G sits between A and F, and C sits between A and D)

(This also implies that E sits between F and B, and H sits between B and D)

(This implies that D faces inward)

9) B does not face the same direction as D.

(Thus implies that B faces outward)

10) The person between D and B faces outward.

(This means H faces outward)

11) The person sitting opposite to H faces the opposite direction as H.

(This means G faces inward)

12) The person sitting between D and A face in the opposite direction as G.

Hence, D is sitting second to the right of A.

Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Image 2) There are three people between D and F, who faces outward.

3) B sits second to the right of F.

4) A sits opposite to B and faces in the direction opposite of F.

6) H does not sit between B and F.

7) G does not sit adjacent to D or B and C does not sit adjacent to F or B

(This implies that G sits between A and F, and C sits between A and D)

(This also implies that E sits between F and B, and H sits between B and D)

(This implies that D faces inward)

9) B does not face the same direction as D.

(Thus implies that B faces outward)

10) The person between D and B faces outward.

(This means H faces outward)

11) The person sitting opposite to H faces the opposite direction as H.

(This means G faces inward)

12) The person sitting between D and A face in the opposite direction as G.

Hence, D is sitting second to the right of A.

- Question 20 of 80
##### 20. Question

Logical Reasoning**Two statements are given followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. Assuming the statements to be true, even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts, decide which of the conclusions logically follow(s) from the statements.****Statements:**No ball is pen.

All pens are boxes.

**Conclusions:**I. Some boxes are pens.

II. Some boxes are balls.

III. No box is ball.

Correct**Solution :**Following venn diagram can be drawn with the help of given statements: Conclusions:

I. Some boxes are pens – (true) as it appears in the figure.

II. Some boxes are balls. – (false) it is possible but not a definite case.

III. No box is ball – (false) it is possible but not a definite case.

But Either conclusion II or III will be true; and also conclusion I is true.

Incorrect**Solution :**Following venn diagram can be drawn with the help of given statements: Conclusions:

I. Some boxes are pens – (true) as it appears in the figure.

II. Some boxes are balls. – (false) it is possible but not a definite case.

III. No box is ball – (false) it is possible but not a definite case.

But Either conclusion II or III will be true; and also conclusion I is true.

Unattempted**Solution :**Following venn diagram can be drawn with the help of given statements: Conclusions:

I. Some boxes are pens – (true) as it appears in the figure.

II. Some boxes are balls. – (false) it is possible but not a definite case.

III. No box is ball – (false) it is possible but not a definite case.

But Either conclusion II or III will be true; and also conclusion I is true.

- Question 21 of 80
##### 21. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**Given below is Ashwini’s timetable. She sleeps for six hours and wakes up at 7:00 am. Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour. She starts studying at 9:00 am and studies for 3 hours in a go. Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour. She again sits for a three hour study and gets up at 6:00 pm. Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour. Ashwini’s work time consumes a total of five hours which she devotes in two sittings. The first sitting is of three hour duration. She does not take any extra break after listening to music and immediately gets started with her work.

**Q. At what time does Ashwini sleep?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 1) She sleeps for six hours and wakes up at 7:00 am. (This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep 3) She starts studying at 9:00 am and studies for 3 hours in a go. (This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep 5) She again sits for a three hour study and gets up at 6:00 pm. (This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 7) Ashwini’s work time consumes a total of five hours which she devotes in two sittings. 8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

(This implies that immediately ater listening to music, Ashwini works fro 3 hours and then after a break of one hour again works for two hours)

(Hence, the first sitting of work is from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm and the second sitting is from 11:00 pm to 1:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 1) She sleeps for six hours and wakes up at 7:00 am. (This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep 3) She starts studying at 9:00 am and studies for 3 hours in a go. (This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep 5) She again sits for a three hour study and gets up at 6:00 pm. (This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 7) Ashwini’s work time consumes a total of five hours which she devotes in two sittings. 8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

(This implies that immediately ater listening to music, Ashwini works fro 3 hours and then after a break of one hour again works for two hours)

(Hence, the first sitting of work is from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm and the second sitting is from 11:00 pm to 1:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 1) She sleeps for six hours and wakes up at 7:00 am. (This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep 3) She starts studying at 9:00 am and studies for 3 hours in a go. (This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep 5) She again sits for a three hour study and gets up at 6:00 pm. (This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 7) Ashwini’s work time consumes a total of five hours which she devotes in two sittings. 8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

(This implies that immediately ater listening to music, Ashwini works fro 3 hours and then after a break of one hour again works for two hours)

(Hence, the first sitting of work is from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm and the second sitting is from 11:00 pm to 1:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am - Question 22 of 80
##### 22. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**Given below is Ashwini’s timetable. She sleeps for six hours and wakes up at 7:00 am. Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour. She starts studying at 9:00 am and studies for 3 hours in a go. Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour. She again sits for a three hour study and gets up at 6:00 pm. Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour. Ashwini’s work time consumes a total of five hours which she devotes in two sittings. The first sitting is of three hour duration. She does not take any extra break after listening to music and immediately gets started with her work.

**Q. At what time does Ashwini listen to music?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference (This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep (This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep (This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini listens to music for one hour at two times of the day → ‘7:00 am to 8:00 am’ and ‘6:00 pm to 7:00 pm’ Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference (This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep (This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep (This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini listens to music for one hour at two times of the day → ‘7:00 am to 8:00 am’ and ‘6:00 pm to 7:00 pm’ Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference (This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep (This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep (This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini listens to music for one hour at two times of the day → ‘7:00 am to 8:00 am’ and ‘6:00 pm to 7:00 pm’ - Question 23 of 80
##### 23. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**Given below is Ashwini’s timetable. She sleeps for six hours and wakes up at 7:00 am. Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour. She starts studying at 9:00 am and studies for 3 hours in a go. Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour. She again sits for a three hour study and gets up at 6:00 pm. Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour. Ashwini’s work time consumes a total of five hours which she devotes in two sittings. The first sitting is of three hour duration. She does not take any extra break after listening to music and immediately gets started with her work.

**Q. At what time does Ashwini study?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference (This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep (This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep (This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini studies fro three hours at two times of the day → ‘9:00 am to 12:00 pm’ and ‘3:00 pm to 6:00 pm’

Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference (This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep (This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep (This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini studies fro three hours at two times of the day → ‘9:00 am to 12:00 pm’ and ‘3:00 pm to 6:00 pm’

Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference (This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep (This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep (This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini studies fro three hours at two times of the day → ‘9:00 am to 12:00 pm’ and ‘3:00 pm to 6:00 pm’

- Question 24 of 80
##### 24. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.****Q. Which is the time when Ashwini works?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzleCorresponding Inference

1) She sleeps for six hours and wakes up at 7:00 am.

(This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep 3) She starts studying at 9:00 am and studies for 3 hours in a go.

(This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep 5) She again sits for a three hour study and gets up at 6:00 pm.

(This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 7) Ashwini’s work time consumes a total of five hours which she devotes in two sittings.

8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini works two times in a day, one time for three hours and one time for two hours →

‘7:00 pm to 10:00 pm’ and ’11:00 pm to 1:00 am’

Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzleCorresponding Inference

1) She sleeps for six hours and wakes up at 7:00 am.

(This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep 3) She starts studying at 9:00 am and studies for 3 hours in a go.

(This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep 5) She again sits for a three hour study and gets up at 6:00 pm.

(This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 7) Ashwini’s work time consumes a total of five hours which she devotes in two sittings.

8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini works two times in a day, one time for three hours and one time for two hours →

‘7:00 pm to 10:00 pm’ and ’11:00 pm to 1:00 am’

Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzleCorresponding Inference

1) She sleeps for six hours and wakes up at 7:00 am.

(This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep 3) She starts studying at 9:00 am and studies for 3 hours in a go.

(This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep 5) She again sits for a three hour study and gets up at 6:00 pm.

(This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 7) Ashwini’s work time consumes a total of five hours which she devotes in two sittings.

8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini works two times in a day, one time for three hours and one time for two hours →

‘7:00 pm to 10:00 pm’ and ’11:00 pm to 1:00 am’

- Question 25 of 80
##### 25. Question

Logical Reasoning**Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.****Q. At what time does Ashwini use social media?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzleCorresponding Inference

1) She sleeps for six hours and wakes up at 7:00 am.

(This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep 3) She starts studying at 9:00 am and studies for 3 hours in a go.

(This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep 5) She again sits for a three hour study and gets up at 6:00 pm.

(This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 7) Ashwini’s work time consumes a total of five hours which she devotes in two sittings.

8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini uses social media from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm in the day.

Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzleCorresponding Inference

1) She sleeps for six hours and wakes up at 7:00 am.

(This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep 3) She starts studying at 9:00 am and studies for 3 hours in a go.

(This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep 5) She again sits for a three hour study and gets up at 6:00 pm.

(This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 7) Ashwini’s work time consumes a total of five hours which she devotes in two sittings.

8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini uses social media from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm in the day.

Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzleCorresponding Inference

1) She sleeps for six hours and wakes up at 7:00 am.

(This implies Ashwini sleeps at 1:00 am in the night)

2) Immediately after waking up, she listens to music for one hour.

(This implies that Ashwini listens to music from 7:00 am to 8:00 am)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 1:00 am Sleep 3) She starts studying at 9:00 am and studies for 3 hours in a go.

(This implies that she studies from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm)

4) Immediately after getting up from study, she uses social media for an hour.

(This implies that she uses social media from 12:00 pm tp 1:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 1:00 am Sleep 5) She again sits for a three hour study and gets up at 6:00 pm.

(This implies that in her second sitting for study dhe studies from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

6) Immediately after getting up from her second study schedule, she listens to music for an hour.

(This implies that she listens to music again from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 1:00 am Sleep 7) Ashwini’s work time consumes a total of five hours which she devotes in two sittings.

8) The first sitting is of three hour duration.

9) She does not take any extra break after listening to music and starting with her work.

Time Activity 7:00 am Wake 7:00 am – 8:00 am Music 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Study 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social media 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Study 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Music 7:00 pm – 10: 00 pm Work 11:00 pm – 1:00 am Work 1:00 am Sleep Hence, Ashwini uses social media from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm in the day.

- Question 26 of 80
##### 26. Question

Logical Reasoning**Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**Eight friends Deepika, Ranbir, Alia, Sonam, Sonakshi, Ayushman, Vicky and Karan go to a party wearing different colored dresses. They wear Black, White, Pink and Red color dresses not necessarily in the same order. Each color is worn by two of them. Deepika and Vicky wear dresses of the same color but not black or white. Ranbir wears black colored dress. Sonam wears pink. Alia wears white. Sonakshi does not wear the same color as Alia. Ayushman does not wear the same color as Ranbir or Sonam. Karan does not wear the same color as Sonam.

**Q. Which color does Deepika wear?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 1) Deepika and Vicky wear dresses of the same color but not black or white. 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi Since, each of black, white and pink color is being worn by 1 person so they cannot be worn by both Deepika and Vicky. (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi 5) Sonakshi does not wear the same color as Alia. 6) Ayushman does not wear the same color as Ranbir or Sonam.

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) 7) Karan does not wear the same color as Sonam. (This implies Karan does not wear pink. Also, Karan cannot wear either red or white. Hence, Karan wears black.

This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 1) Deepika and Vicky wear dresses of the same color but not black or white. 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi Since, each of black, white and pink color is being worn by 1 person so they cannot be worn by both Deepika and Vicky. (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi 5) Sonakshi does not wear the same color as Alia. 6) Ayushman does not wear the same color as Ranbir or Sonam.

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) 7) Karan does not wear the same color as Sonam. (This implies Karan does not wear pink. Also, Karan cannot wear either red or white. Hence, Karan wears black.

This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 1) Deepika and Vicky wear dresses of the same color but not black or white. 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi Since, each of black, white and pink color is being worn by 1 person so they cannot be worn by both Deepika and Vicky. (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi 5) Sonakshi does not wear the same color as Alia. 6) Ayushman does not wear the same color as Ranbir or Sonam.

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) 7) Karan does not wear the same color as Sonam. (This implies Karan does not wear pink. Also, Karan cannot wear either red or white. Hence, Karan wears black.

This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

- Question 27 of 80
##### 27. Question

Logical Reasoning**Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**Eight friends Deepika, Ranbir, Alia, Sonam, Sonakshi, Ayushman, Vicky and Karan go to a party wearing different colored dresses. They wear Black, White, Pink and Red color dresses not necessarily in the same order. Each color is worn by two of them. Deepika and Vicky wear dresses of the same color but not black or white. Ranbir wears black colored dress. Sonam wears pink. Alia wears white. Sonakshi does not wear the same color as Alia. Ayushman does not wear the same color as Ranbir or Sonam. Karan does not wear the same color as Sonam.

**Q. Who wears white colored dress?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

- Question 28 of 80
##### 28. Question

Logical Reasoning**Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**Eight friends Deepika, Ranbir, Alia, Sonam, Sonakshi, Ayushman, Vicky and Karan go to a party wearing different colored dresses. They wear Black, White, Pink and Red color dresses not necessarily in the same order. Each color is worn by two of them. Deepika and Vicky wear dresses of the same color but not black or white. Ranbir wears black colored dress. Sonam wears pink. Alia wears white. Sonakshi does not wear the same color as Alia. Ayushman does not wear the same color as Ranbir or Sonam. Karan does not wear the same color as Sonam.

**Q. Who wears black colored dress?**Correct**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

Incorrect**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

Unattempted**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

- Question 29 of 80
##### 29. Question

Logical Reasoning**Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.****Q. Who wears the same color as Sonam?****Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

- Question 30 of 80
##### 30. Question

Logical Reasoning**Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.****Q. Who wears the same color as Ayushman ?****Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

**Solution :**Decoding the puzzle Corresponding Inference 2) Ranbir wears black colored dress.

3) Sonam wears pink.

4) Alia wears white.

Person Color of dress Deepika (Not Balck, White) Vicky (Not Black, White) Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi (One color is worn by only two people)

Thus, Deepika and Vicky wear red color.

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman Karan Sonakshi

(Thus, only white color is left which Ayushman must be wearing)Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Sonakshi (Not White) This shows that Sonakshi wears pink)

Person Color of dress Deepika Red Vicky Red Ranbir Black Alia White Sonam Pink Ayushman White Karan Black Sonakshi Pink Hence, Deepika wears red color dress.

- Question 31 of 80
##### 31. Question

Logical Reasoning**In each of the following questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Study the conclusions based on the given statements and select the appropriate answer.****Statements**: M > A ≥ B = Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z ≥ A > X**Conclusions**:I. B < Y

II. X ≥ J

CorrectSolution : **Statement:**M > A ≥ B = Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z ≥ A > X**Conclusions:**I. B < Y:

**True**(B = Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y; thus B < Y)II. X ≥ J:

**False**(J ≤ Y = Z ≥ A > X; thus no definite relation can be established between X and J)IncorrectSolution : **Statement:**M > A ≥ B = Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z ≥ A > X**Conclusions:**I. B < Y:

**True**(B = Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y; thus B < Y)II. X ≥ J:

**False**(J ≤ Y = Z ≥ A > X; thus no definite relation can be established between X and J)UnattemptedSolution : **Statement:**M > A ≥ B = Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z ≥ A > X**Conclusions:**I. B < Y:

**True**(B = Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y; thus B < Y)II. X ≥ J:

**False**(J ≤ Y = Z ≥ A > X; thus no definite relation can be established between X and J) - Question 32 of 80
##### 32. Question

Logical Reasoning**In each of the following questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Study the conclusions based on the given statements and select the appropriate answer.****Statements**: M > A ≥ B = Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z ≥ A > X**Conclusions**:I. Z = Q

II. Z > Q

CorrectSolution : **Statement**: M > A ≥ B = Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z ≥ A > X**Conclusions :**I. Z = Q :

**False**(Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z; thus Z > J)II. Z > Q :

**True**(Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z; thus Z > Q)IncorrectSolution : **Statement**: M > A ≥ B = Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z ≥ A > X**Conclusions :**I. Z = Q :

**False**(Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z; thus Z > J)II. Z > Q :

**True**(Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z; thus Z > Q)UnattemptedSolution : **Statement**: M > A ≥ B = Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z ≥ A > X**Conclusions :**I. Z = Q :

**False**(Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z; thus Z > J)II. Z > Q :

**True**(Q ≤ P < J ≤ Y = Z; thus Z > Q) - Question 33 of 80
##### 33. Question

Logical Reasoning**In each of the following questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Study the conclusions based on the given statements and select the appropriate answer.****Statements**: P = U < M < K ≤ I > N ; D ≥ P ; I ≥ C**Conclusions:**I. M < C

II. N > U

CorrectSolution : **Statements**: P = U < M < K ≤ I > N ; D ≥ P ; I ≥ COn combining, we get: D ≥ P = U < M < K ≤ I > N and D ≥ P = U < M < K ≤ I ≥ C

**Conclusions**:I. M < C:

**False**(M < K ≤ I ≥ C; thus no definite relation can be established between M and C)II. N > U:

**False**(U < M < K ≤ I > N; thus no definite relation can be established between N and U)IncorrectSolution : **Statements**: P = U < M < K ≤ I > N ; D ≥ P ; I ≥ COn combining, we get: D ≥ P = U < M < K ≤ I > N and D ≥ P = U < M < K ≤ I ≥ C

**Conclusions**:I. M < C:

**False**(M < K ≤ I ≥ C; thus no definite relation can be established between M and C)II. N > U:

**False**(U < M < K ≤ I > N; thus no definite relation can be established between N and U)UnattemptedSolution : **Statements**: P = U < M < K ≤ I > N ; D ≥ P ; I ≥ COn combining, we get: D ≥ P = U < M < K ≤ I > N and D ≥ P = U < M < K ≤ I ≥ C

**Conclusions**:I. M < C:

**False**(M < K ≤ I ≥ C; thus no definite relation can be established between M and C)II. N > U:

**False**(U < M < K ≤ I > N; thus no definite relation can be established between N and U) - Question 34 of 80
##### 34. Question

Logical Reasoning**Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.**In a certain code language,

‘Ram is going to school’ is coded as ‘3 2 25 2 36’

‘Kamal and Roselin sing well’ is coded as ’25 3 343 4 4′

‘George wears orange color dress’ is coded as ‘216 25 216 25 5′

Lionell plays football once daily’ is coded as ‘343 5 512 16 25’

**Q. What is the code for ‘Health is wealth’?**CorrectIncorrectUnattempted - Question 35 of 80
##### 35. Question

Logical Reasoning**Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.**In a certain code language,

‘Ram is going to school’ is coded as ‘3 2 25 2 36’

‘Kamal and Roselin sing well’ is coded as ’25 3 343 4 4′

‘George wears orange color dress’ is coded as ‘216 25 216 25 5′

Lionell plays football once daily’ is coded as ‘343 5 512 16 25’

**Q. How is ‘India’ coded in that language?**CorrectIncorrectUnattempted - Question 36 of 80
##### 36. Question

Logical Reasoning**Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.**In a certain code language,

‘Ram is going to school’ is coded as ‘3 2 25 2 36’

‘Kamal and Roselin sing well’ is coded as ’25 3 343 4 4′

‘George wears orange color dress’ is coded as ‘216 25 216 25 5′

Lionell plays football once daily’ is coded as ‘343 5 512 16 25’

**Q. How is ‘India’ coded in that language?**CorrectIncorrectUnattempted - Question 37 of 80
##### 37. Question

Logical Reasoning**Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.**In a certain code language,

‘Ram is going to school’ is coded as ‘3 2 25 2 36’

‘Kamal and Roselin sing well’ is coded as ’25 3 343 4 4′

‘George wears orange color dress’ is coded as ‘216 25 216 25 5′

Lionell plays football once daily’ is coded as ‘343 5 512 16 25’

**Q. How will ‘Lionell loves playing’ be coded in that language?**CorrectIncorrectUnattempted - Question 38 of 80
##### 38. Question

Logical Reasoning**In the questions, two statements are given, followed by two conclusions, I and II. You have to consider the statements to be true even if it seems to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follows from the given statements.****Statements:**Some clouds are rain.

All rain are water.

**Conclusions:**I: Some clouds are water.

II: No rain is cloud.

Correct**Solution :**The least possible Venn diagram is given below: Understanding Inference Conclusion I: Some clouds are water True (All rain are water and some rain are clouds) Conclusion II: No rain is cloud False (some clouds are rain) Incorrect**Solution :**The least possible Venn diagram is given below: Understanding Inference Conclusion I: Some clouds are water True (All rain are water and some rain are clouds) Conclusion II: No rain is cloud False (some clouds are rain) Unattempted**Solution :**The least possible Venn diagram is given below: Understanding Inference Conclusion I: Some clouds are water True (All rain are water and some rain are clouds) Conclusion II: No rain is cloud False (some clouds are rain) - Question 39 of 80
##### 39. Question

Logical Reasoning**In the question, two statements are given, followed by two conclusions, I and II. You have to consider the statements to be true even if it seems to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follows from the given statements.****Statements:**I: Only a few grass are green.

II: Some yellow are grass.

**Conclusions:**I: No yellow is green.

II: Some yellow are green.

Correct**Solution :**The least possible Venn diagram is given below: **Understanding****Inference****Venn diagram**Conclusion I: No yellow is green False (it is possible but not definite) The possibility diagram is dhown here:

Conclusion II: Some yellow is green False (it is possible but not definite) The possibility diagram is shown here:

Here, by combining conclusions I and II we get a complimentary pair. Hence, either conclusion I or II follows.

Incorrect**Solution :**The least possible Venn diagram is given below: **Understanding****Inference****Venn diagram**Conclusion I: No yellow is green False (it is possible but not definite) The possibility diagram is dhown here:

Conclusion II: Some yellow is green False (it is possible but not definite) The possibility diagram is shown here:

Here, by combining conclusions I and II we get a complimentary pair. Hence, either conclusion I or II follows.

Unattempted**Solution :**The least possible Venn diagram is given below: **Understanding****Inference****Venn diagram**Conclusion I: No yellow is green False (it is possible but not definite) The possibility diagram is dhown here:

Conclusion II: Some yellow is green False (it is possible but not definite) The possibility diagram is shown here:

Here, by combining conclusions I and II we get a complimentary pair. Hence, either conclusion I or II follows.

- Question 40 of 80
##### 40. Question

Logical Reasoning**In the question, two statements are given. You have to consider the statements to be true even if it seems to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given options follows from the given statements.****Statements:**Some cities are towns.

All towns are modern.

Correct**Solution :**The least possible diagram for the given statements is drawn below: Let us see all the options:

I. All cities are modern – False (Only some cities are modern)

II. All towns are cities – False (Only some towns are cities)

III. Some modern are definitely cities – True (Some cities are towns and all towns are modern)

IV. All modern are town – False (This is possible but not definite)

Hence, only option 3 follows.

Incorrect**Solution :**The least possible diagram for the given statements is drawn below: Let us see all the options:

I. All cities are modern – False (Only some cities are modern)

II. All towns are cities – False (Only some towns are cities)

III. Some modern are definitely cities – True (Some cities are towns and all towns are modern)

IV. All modern are town – False (This is possible but not definite)

Hence, only option 3 follows.

Unattempted**Solution :**The least possible diagram for the given statements is drawn below: Let us see all the options:

I. All cities are modern – False (Only some cities are modern)

II. All towns are cities – False (Only some towns are cities)

III. Some modern are definitely cities – True (Some cities are towns and all towns are modern)

IV. All modern are town – False (This is possible but not definite)

Hence, only option 3 follows.

- Question 41 of 80
##### 41. Question

Quantitative AptitudeWhat approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the following question?

**59.91% of 169.93 + 32% of 724.9 = 52% of 625.19 + ?**Correct**Solution :**59.91% of 169.93 + 32% of 724.9 = 52% of 625.19 + ?

60% of 170 + 32% of 725 = 52% of 625 + ?

102 + 232 = 325 + ?

∴ ? = 334 – 325 = 9

Incorrect**Solution :**59.91% of 169.93 + 32% of 724.9 = 52% of 625.19 + ?

60% of 170 + 32% of 725 = 52% of 625 + ?

102 + 232 = 325 + ?

∴ ? = 334 – 325 = 9

Unattempted**Solution :**59.91% of 169.93 + 32% of 724.9 = 52% of 625.19 + ?

60% of 170 + 32% of 725 = 52% of 625 + ?

102 + 232 = 325 + ?

∴ ? = 334 – 325 = 9

- Question 42 of 80
##### 42. Question

Quantitative AptitudeWhat approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the following question?

**(17.91) ÷ (3.19) + (6.01) – (3.01)**^{2}= (1.99) × ?Correct**Solution :**(17.91) ÷ (3.19) + (6.01) – (3.01)

^{2}= (1.99) × ?18 ÷ 3 + 6 – (3)

^{2}= 2 × ?6 + 6 – 9 = 2 × ?

∴ ? = 3/2 = 1.5

Incorrect**Solution :**(17.91) ÷ (3.19) + (6.01) – (3.01)

^{2}= (1.99) × ?18 ÷ 3 + 6 – (3)

^{2}= 2 × ?6 + 6 – 9 = 2 × ?

∴ ? = 3/2 = 1.5

Unattempted**Solution :**(17.91) ÷ (3.19) + (6.01) – (3.01)

^{2}= (1.99) × ?18 ÷ 3 + 6 – (3)

^{2}= 2 × ?6 + 6 – 9 = 2 × ?

∴ ? = 3/2 = 1.5

- Question 43 of 80
##### 43. Question

Quantitative AptitudeWhat approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the following question?

**[(7.97)**^{2}× (9.97)^{2 }× (1296.09)^{1/2}] ÷ 47.92 = ? × (20.17)^{2}Correct**Solution :**[(7.97)

^{2}× (9.97)^{2}× (1296.09)^{1/2}] ÷ 47.92 = ? × (20.17)^{2}[(8)

^{2}× (10)^{2}× (1296)^{1/2}] ÷ 48 = ? × (20)^{2}[64 × 100 × 36] ÷ 48 = ? × 400

4800 = ? × 400

∴ ? = 12

Incorrect**Solution :**[(7.97)

^{2}× (9.97)^{2}× (1296.09)^{1/2}] ÷ 47.92 = ? × (20.17)^{2}[(8)

^{2}× (10)^{2}× (1296)^{1/2}] ÷ 48 = ? × (20)^{2}[64 × 100 × 36] ÷ 48 = ? × 400

4800 = ? × 400

∴ ? = 12

Unattempted**Solution :**[(7.97)

^{2}× (9.97)^{2}× (1296.09)^{1/2}] ÷ 47.92 = ? × (20.17)^{2}[(8)

^{2}× (10)^{2}× (1296)^{1/2}] ÷ 48 = ? × (20)^{2}[64 × 100 × 36] ÷ 48 = ? × 400

4800 = ? × 400

∴ ? = 12

- Question 44 of 80
##### 44. Question

Quantitative AptitudeWhat approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the following question?

**√256.03 × (√529.09 ÷ √2115.97)**^{2}= √?Correct**Solution :**√256.03 × (√529.09 ÷ √2115.97)

^{2}= √?√256 × (√529 ÷ √2116)

^{2}= √?16 × (23 ÷ 46)

^{2}= √?16 × (1/2)

^{2}= √?16 × (1/4) = √?

4 = √?

∴ ? = 16

Incorrect**Solution :**√256.03 × (√529.09 ÷ √2115.97)

^{2}= √?√256 × (√529 ÷ √2116)

^{2}= √?16 × (23 ÷ 46)

^{2}= √?16 × (1/2)

^{2}= √?16 × (1/4) = √?

4 = √?

∴ ? = 16

Unattempted**Solution :**√256.03 × (√529.09 ÷ √2115.97)

^{2}= √?√256 × (√529 ÷ √2116)

^{2}= √?16 × (23 ÷ 46)

^{2}= √?16 × (1/2)

^{2}= √?16 × (1/4) = √?

4 = √?

∴ ? = 16

- Question 45 of 80
##### 45. Question

Quantitative AptitudeWhat approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the following question?

**48.99 × 7 ÷ (6.99)**^{2}+ (14.99)^{2}= ?Correct**Solution :**48.99 × 7 ÷ (6.99)

^{2}+ (14.99)^{2}= ?49 × 7 ÷ (7)

^{2}+ (15)^{2}= ?49 × 7 ÷ 49 + 225 = ?

7 + 225 = ?

∴ ? = 232

Incorrect**Solution :**48.99 × 7 ÷ (6.99)

^{2}+ (14.99)^{2}= ?49 × 7 ÷ (7)

^{2}+ (15)^{2}= ?49 × 7 ÷ 49 + 225 = ?

7 + 225 = ?

∴ ? = 232

Unattempted**Solution :**48.99 × 7 ÷ (6.99)

^{2}+ (14.99)^{2}= ?49 × 7 ÷ (7)

^{2}+ (15)^{2}= ?49 × 7 ÷ 49 + 225 = ?

7 + 225 = ?

∴ ? = 232

- Question 46 of 80
##### 46. Question

Quantitative AptitudeWhat approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the following question?

**[18.06 × (1295.87)**^{1/4}÷ 2.98] = ?% of 199.99 + (255.89)^{1/2}Correct**Solution :**[18.06 × (1295.87)

^{1/4}÷ 2.98] = ?% of 199.99 + (255.89)^{1/2}[18 × (1296)

^{1/4}÷ 3] = ?% of 200 + (256)^{1/2}[18 × 6 ÷ 3] = ?% of 200 + 16

[18 × 2] – 16 = ?% of 200

36 – 16 = ?% of 200

20 = (?/100) × 200

? = 10

Incorrect**Solution :**[18.06 × (1295.87)

^{1/4}÷ 2.98] = ?% of 199.99 + (255.89)^{1/2}[18 × (1296)

^{1/4}÷ 3] = ?% of 200 + (256)^{1/2}[18 × 6 ÷ 3] = ?% of 200 + 16

[18 × 2] – 16 = ?% of 200

36 – 16 = ?% of 200

20 = (?/100) × 200

? = 10

Unattempted**Solution :**[18.06 × (1295.87)

^{1/4}÷ 2.98] = ?% of 199.99 + (255.89)^{1/2}[18 × (1296)

^{1/4}÷ 3] = ?% of 200 + (256)^{1/2}[18 × 6 ÷ 3] = ?% of 200 + 16

[18 × 2] – 16 = ?% of 200

36 – 16 = ?% of 200

20 = (?/100) × 200

? = 10

- Question 47 of 80
##### 47. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**Two quantities A and B are given in the following questions. You have to find the values of both A and B by using your knowledge of mathematics and choose the most suitable relation between quantity A and B from the given options.The length and breadth of a rectangle are increased by 20% and 10% respectively.

**Quantity A:**

The percentage change in the area of the rectangle

**Quantity B:**

The percentage change in the perimeter of the rectangleCorrect**Solution :****Quantity A**

Let the initial length and breadth of the rectangle be ‘L’ and ‘B’ cms respectively

Initial area of the rectangle = LB

New length and breadth will be L (1 + 20%) and B (1 + 10%) = 1.2L and 1.1B

New area of the rectangle = 1.2L × 1.1B = 1.32LB

Change in the area = [(1.32LB – LB) / LB] × 100% = 0.32 × 100 = 32%**Quantity B**

Let the initial length and breadth of the rectangle be ‘L’ and ‘B’ cms respectively

Initial perimeter of the rectangle = 2 (L + B)

New length and breadth will be L (1 + 20%) and B (1 + 10%) = 1.2L and 1.1B

New perimeter of the rectangle = 2 (1.2L + 1.1B)

Change in the perimeter = [(2.4L + 2.2B) – (2L + 2B) / 2(L + B)] × 100% = [(0.4L + 0.2B) / 2(L + B)] × 100

Since L and B are unknowns, it is not possible to determine the percentageIncorrect**Solution :****Quantity A**

Let the initial length and breadth of the rectangle be ‘L’ and ‘B’ cms respectively

Initial area of the rectangle = LB

New length and breadth will be L (1 + 20%) and B (1 + 10%) = 1.2L and 1.1B

New area of the rectangle = 1.2L × 1.1B = 1.32LB

Change in the area = [(1.32LB – LB) / LB] × 100% = 0.32 × 100 = 32%**Quantity B**

Let the initial length and breadth of the rectangle be ‘L’ and ‘B’ cms respectively

Initial perimeter of the rectangle = 2 (L + B)

New length and breadth will be L (1 + 20%) and B (1 + 10%) = 1.2L and 1.1B

New perimeter of the rectangle = 2 (1.2L + 1.1B)

Change in the perimeter = [(2.4L + 2.2B) – (2L + 2B) / 2(L + B)] × 100% = [(0.4L + 0.2B) / 2(L + B)] × 100

Since L and B are unknowns, it is not possible to determine the percentageUnattempted**Solution :****Quantity A**

Let the initial length and breadth of the rectangle be ‘L’ and ‘B’ cms respectively

Initial area of the rectangle = LB

New length and breadth will be L (1 + 20%) and B (1 + 10%) = 1.2L and 1.1B

New area of the rectangle = 1.2L × 1.1B = 1.32LB

Change in the area = [(1.32LB – LB) / LB] × 100% = 0.32 × 100 = 32%**Quantity B**

Let the initial length and breadth of the rectangle be ‘L’ and ‘B’ cms respectively

Initial perimeter of the rectangle = 2 (L + B)

New length and breadth will be L (1 + 20%) and B (1 + 10%) = 1.2L and 1.1B

New perimeter of the rectangle = 2 (1.2L + 1.1B)

Change in the perimeter = [(2.4L + 2.2B) – (2L + 2B) / 2(L + B)] × 100% = [(0.4L + 0.2B) / 2(L + B)] × 100

Since L and B are unknowns, it is not possible to determine the percentage - Question 48 of 80
##### 48. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**Two quantities A and B are given in the following questions. You have to find the values of both A and B by using your knowledge of mathematics and choose the most suitable relation between quantity A and B from the given options.**Quantity A:**

Effective discount (in percentage) that equals two successive discount of 25% and 20%

**Quantity B:**

20Correct**Solution :**Effective discount for two successive discount of ‘a’ and ‘b’ is given by [a + b – (ab/100)]

**Quantity A**

Given a = 25%, b = 20%

Effective Discount = 25 + 20 – [(25 × 20)/100] = (45 – 5) = 40%**Quantity B**

20Incorrect**Solution :**Effective discount for two successive discount of ‘a’ and ‘b’ is given by [a + b – (ab/100)]

**Quantity A**

Given a = 25%, b = 20%

Effective Discount = 25 + 20 – [(25 × 20)/100] = (45 – 5) = 40%**Quantity B**

20Unattempted**Solution :**Effective discount for two successive discount of ‘a’ and ‘b’ is given by [a + b – (ab/100)]

**Quantity A**

Given a = 25%, b = 20%

Effective Discount = 25 + 20 – [(25 × 20)/100] = (45 – 5) = 40%**Quantity B**

20 - Question 49 of 80
##### 49. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**Two quantities A and B are given in the following questions. You have to find the value of both A and B by using your knowledge of mathematics and choose the most suitable relation between the magnitude of A and B from the given options.A and B can do a piece of work in 18 and 24 days respectively

**Quantity A:**The number of days required for the work to be completed if they work on alternate days

**Quantity B:**20

Correct**Solution :****Quantity A:**A’s one day work = (1/18)

B’s one day work = (1/24)

If they work on alternate days, for every two days, the amount of work done = (1/18) + (1/24) = (4 + 3)/72 = 7/72

2 days = (7/72) of work

20 days = (70/72)The number of days required for the work to be completed if they work on alternate days is greater than 20 days.

**Quantity B:**

20Incorrect**Solution :****Quantity A:**A’s one day work = (1/18)

B’s one day work = (1/24)

If they work on alternate days, for every two days, the amount of work done = (1/18) + (1/24) = (4 + 3)/72 = 7/72

2 days = (7/72) of work

20 days = (70/72)The number of days required for the work to be completed if they work on alternate days is greater than 20 days.

**Quantity B:**

20Unattempted**Solution :****Quantity A:**A’s one day work = (1/18)

B’s one day work = (1/24)

If they work on alternate days, for every two days, the amount of work done = (1/18) + (1/24) = (4 + 3)/72 = 7/72

2 days = (7/72) of work

20 days = (70/72)The number of days required for the work to be completed if they work on alternate days is greater than 20 days.

**Quantity B:**

20 - Question 50 of 80
##### 50. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**Questions given below gives two quantities, A and B. You have to use your knowledge of Mathematics to establish a relationship between A and B and choose the best possible answer.**Quantity A:**7**Quantity B:**Positive root of x^{2}+ 5x – 84 = 0Correct**Solution :****Quantity A:**7

**Quantity B:**x

^{2 }+ 5x – 84 = 0x

^{2}+ 12x – 7x – 84 = 0x (x + 12) – 7(x + 12) = 0

(x – 7) (x + 12) = 0

positive root = 7

Incorrect**Solution :****Quantity A:**7

**Quantity B:**x

^{2 }+ 5x – 84 = 0x

^{2}+ 12x – 7x – 84 = 0x (x + 12) – 7(x + 12) = 0

(x – 7) (x + 12) = 0

positive root = 7

Unattempted**Solution :****Quantity A:**7

**Quantity B:**x

^{2 }+ 5x – 84 = 0x

^{2}+ 12x – 7x – 84 = 0x (x + 12) – 7(x + 12) = 0

(x – 7) (x + 12) = 0

positive root = 7

- Question 51 of 80
##### 51. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**Questions given below gives two quantities, A and B. You have to use your knowledge of Mathematics to establish a relationship between A and B and choose the best possible answer.**Quantity A:**650**Quantity B:**1287 bananas are bought at Rs 2 per banana and sold at Rs 30 per dozen. Remaining bananas are sold at Rs 4 per banana. Profit in Rs?Correct**Solution :**The correct answer is

**option 4**i.e.**Quantity A > Quantity B****Quantity A:**650**Quantity B:**Cost of 1287 bananas = Rs. 2 × 1287 = Rs 2574

1287 = 12 × 107 + 3

Selling price of 107 dozens = Rs. 30 × 107 = Rs 3210

Selling price of remaining 3 bananas = 3 × 4 = 12

Total selling price = 3210 + 12 = Rs. 3222

Profit = 3222 – 2574 = Rs. 648

Incorrect**Solution :**The correct answer is

**option 4**i.e.**Quantity A > Quantity B****Quantity A:**650**Quantity B:**Cost of 1287 bananas = Rs. 2 × 1287 = Rs 2574

1287 = 12 × 107 + 3

Selling price of 107 dozens = Rs. 30 × 107 = Rs 3210

Selling price of remaining 3 bananas = 3 × 4 = 12

Total selling price = 3210 + 12 = Rs. 3222

Profit = 3222 – 2574 = Rs. 648

Unattempted**Solution :**The correct answer is

**option 4**i.e.**Quantity A > Quantity B****Quantity A:**650**Quantity B:**Cost of 1287 bananas = Rs. 2 × 1287 = Rs 2574

1287 = 12 × 107 + 3

Selling price of 107 dozens = Rs. 30 × 107 = Rs 3210

Selling price of remaining 3 bananas = 3 × 4 = 12

Total selling price = 3210 + 12 = Rs. 3222

Profit = 3222 – 2574 = Rs. 648

- Question 52 of 80
##### 52. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Find the average of all the factors of 135.**Correct**Solution :**Factors of 135 are 1, 3, 5, 9, 15, 27, 45, 135

Now, average = (sum of all the factors of 135)/Number of factors

Average = (1 + 3 + 5 + 9 + 15 + 27 + 45 + 135)/8 = 240/8 = 30

Therefore, the average of all the factors of 135 is 30.

Incorrect**Solution :**Factors of 135 are 1, 3, 5, 9, 15, 27, 45, 135

Now, average = (sum of all the factors of 135)/Number of factors

Average = (1 + 3 + 5 + 9 + 15 + 27 + 45 + 135)/8 = 240/8 = 30

Therefore, the average of all the factors of 135 is 30.

Unattempted**Solution :**Factors of 135 are 1, 3, 5, 9, 15, 27, 45, 135

Now, average = (sum of all the factors of 135)/Number of factors

Average = (1 + 3 + 5 + 9 + 15 + 27 + 45 + 135)/8 = 240/8 = 30

Therefore, the average of all the factors of 135 is 30.

- Question 53 of 80
##### 53. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**The marked price of a jacket is Rs 2100. Even after giving successive discounts of 8% and 13%, a profit of 10% is earned. Find the approximate cost price of the jacket.**Correct**Solution :**Marked price of jacket = Rs 2100

Total discount = 8% + 13% – (8 × 13)/100 = 21% – 1.04% = 19.96%

Selling price = (100 – 19.96) % of 2100 = Rs 1680.84

Profit = 10%

(100 + 10) % of Cost price = 1680.84

1.1 × Cost price = 1680.84

Cost price = Rs 1528.036 ~ Rs 1528

Incorrect**Solution :**Marked price of jacket = Rs 2100

Total discount = 8% + 13% – (8 × 13)/100 = 21% – 1.04% = 19.96%

Selling price = (100 – 19.96) % of 2100 = Rs 1680.84

Profit = 10%

(100 + 10) % of Cost price = 1680.84

1.1 × Cost price = 1680.84

Cost price = Rs 1528.036 ~ Rs 1528

Unattempted**Solution :**Marked price of jacket = Rs 2100

Total discount = 8% + 13% – (8 × 13)/100 = 21% – 1.04% = 19.96%

Selling price = (100 – 19.96) % of 2100 = Rs 1680.84

Profit = 10%

(100 + 10) % of Cost price = 1680.84

1.1 × Cost price = 1680.84

Cost price = Rs 1528.036 ~ Rs 1528

- Question 54 of 80
##### 54. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**A retailer bought 30 kg tea at a discount of 20%. Besides 2 kg tea was offered free to him by the wholesaler on the purchase of 30 kg tea. Now, if he sells the whole tea at the marked price to a customer. What is the approximate profit percentage of the retailer?**Correct**Solution :**Let the Marked Price of 1 kg tea be Rs. 1, then Cost Price of 30 kg with 20% discount = 30 × 80/100 = Rs. 24 Also 2 kg tea is free,

So, the retailer gets tea worth Rs. 32 by paying Rs. 24 only

Application Fair Calculation Profit 32 – 24 = Rs. 8 ∴ Profit percentage 8/24 × 100 = 33.33% ~ 33% Incorrect**Solution :**Let the Marked Price of 1 kg tea be Rs. 1, then Cost Price of 30 kg with 20% discount = 30 × 80/100 = Rs. 24 Also 2 kg tea is free,

So, the retailer gets tea worth Rs. 32 by paying Rs. 24 only

Application Fair Calculation Profit 32 – 24 = Rs. 8 ∴ Profit percentage 8/24 × 100 = 33.33% ~ 33% Unattempted**Solution :**Let the Marked Price of 1 kg tea be Rs. 1, then Cost Price of 30 kg with 20% discount = 30 × 80/100 = Rs. 24 Also 2 kg tea is free,

So, the retailer gets tea worth Rs. 32 by paying Rs. 24 only

Application Fair Calculation Profit 32 – 24 = Rs. 8 ∴ Profit percentage 8/24 × 100 = 33.33% ~ 33% - Question 55 of 80
##### 55. Question

Quantitative AptitudeTwo taps A and B can fill a tank in 20 hrs and 24 hrs respectively. There is an outlet tap C. If all the taps are opened together, then the tank will be filled in 60 hours. In how many hours tap C alone can empty the tank?

Correct**Solution :**Total capacity of tank = LCM of 20, 24 and 60 = 120 Calculate efficiency of each tap Per hour efficiency of tap A = 120/20 = 6 Per hour efficiency of tap B = 120/24 = 5

Per hour efficiency of taps (A + B – C) = 120/60 = 2

Efficiency of tap C (Efficiency of taps A + B – C) – (Efficiency of tap A + Efficiency of tap B) = 2 – (6 + 5) = 2 – 11 = -9 ∴ Time taken by tap C to empty the tank 120/9 = 13.33 hrs Incorrect**Solution :**Total capacity of tank = LCM of 20, 24 and 60 = 120 Calculate efficiency of each tap Per hour efficiency of tap A = 120/20 = 6 Per hour efficiency of tap B = 120/24 = 5

Per hour efficiency of taps (A + B – C) = 120/60 = 2

Efficiency of tap C (Efficiency of taps A + B – C) – (Efficiency of tap A + Efficiency of tap B) = 2 – (6 + 5) = 2 – 11 = -9 ∴ Time taken by tap C to empty the tank 120/9 = 13.33 hrs Unattempted**Solution :**Total capacity of tank = LCM of 20, 24 and 60 = 120 Calculate efficiency of each tap Per hour efficiency of tap A = 120/20 = 6 Per hour efficiency of tap B = 120/24 = 5

Per hour efficiency of taps (A + B – C) = 120/60 = 2

Efficiency of tap C (Efficiency of taps A + B – C) – (Efficiency of tap A + Efficiency of tap B) = 2 – (6 + 5) = 2 – 11 = -9 ∴ Time taken by tap C to empty the tank 120/9 = 13.33 hrs - Question 56 of 80
##### 56. Question

Quantitative AptitudeRahul travels 30% of his journey by train at the speed of 60 km/hr, 4/7 of the remaining journey by bus at 30 km/hr and remaining by car at 90 km/hr. Find his average speed over the journey.

Correct**Solution :**Let the total distance be 10x

Distance travelled by train = 30% of 10x = 3x

Distance travelled by bus = 4/7 × (10x – 3x) = 4x

Distance travelled by car = 10x – 3x – 4x = 3x

Average speed = Total Distance/Total time.

Time taken by train = 3x/60 = x/20

Time taken by bus = 4x/30 = 2x/15

Time taken by car = 3x/90 = x/30

Time = x/20 + 2x/15 + x/30 = (3x + 8x + 2x)/60 = 13x/60

Average speed = 10x/ (13x/60) = 600x/13x = 600/13 km/hr

Incorrect**Solution :**Let the total distance be 10x

Distance travelled by train = 30% of 10x = 3x

Distance travelled by bus = 4/7 × (10x – 3x) = 4x

Distance travelled by car = 10x – 3x – 4x = 3x

Average speed = Total Distance/Total time.

Time taken by train = 3x/60 = x/20

Time taken by bus = 4x/30 = 2x/15

Time taken by car = 3x/90 = x/30

Time = x/20 + 2x/15 + x/30 = (3x + 8x + 2x)/60 = 13x/60

Average speed = 10x/ (13x/60) = 600x/13x = 600/13 km/hr

Unattempted**Solution :**Let the total distance be 10x

Distance travelled by train = 30% of 10x = 3x

Distance travelled by bus = 4/7 × (10x – 3x) = 4x

Distance travelled by car = 10x – 3x – 4x = 3x

Average speed = Total Distance/Total time.

Time taken by train = 3x/60 = x/20

Time taken by bus = 4x/30 = 2x/15

Time taken by car = 3x/90 = x/30

Time = x/20 + 2x/15 + x/30 = (3x + 8x + 2x)/60 = 13x/60

Average speed = 10x/ (13x/60) = 600x/13x = 600/13 km/hr

- Question 57 of 80
##### 57. Question

Quantitative AptitudeFind the compound interest when Rs. 8000 is invested for 9 months at 16% per annum, compounded quarterly.

Correct**Solution :**Here r = 4% for quarterly and t = 3 due to 3 quarters

Compound Interest = P (1 + r/100)

^{t}– PCI = 8000 (1 + 4/100)

^{3}– 8000CI = 8998.91 – 8000 = Rs 998.91

Incorrect**Solution :**Here r = 4% for quarterly and t = 3 due to 3 quarters

Compound Interest = P (1 + r/100)

^{t}– PCI = 8000 (1 + 4/100)

^{3}– 8000CI = 8998.91 – 8000 = Rs 998.91

Unattempted**Solution :**Here r = 4% for quarterly and t = 3 due to 3 quarters

Compound Interest = P (1 + r/100)

^{t}– PCI = 8000 (1 + 4/100)

^{3}– 8000CI = 8998.91 – 8000 = Rs 998.91

- Question 58 of 80
##### 58. Question

Quantitative AptitudeTen years ago, the average age of a family having 8 members was 25 years. If after 4 years an old man of 64 years died and after 3 years, a girl was born, then find the present average age of the family.

Correct**Solution :**Since the average age of family 10 years ago was 25, therefore total age of the family = 25 × 8 = 200

After 4 years total age of the family will become= 200 + 4 x 8 = 232

But in this year one member of the family died at 64, so total age of remaining memberswill become = 232 – 64 = 168 years

After further 3 years, their age will become = 168 + 7 x 3 = 189 years

Since in this year a girl is born, so now again family members becomes 8

After further 3 years, total age of family = 189 + 8 x 3 = 213

Hence, present average age of family = 213/8 = 26.625

Incorrect**Solution :**Since the average age of family 10 years ago was 25, therefore total age of the family = 25 × 8 = 200

After 4 years total age of the family will become= 200 + 4 x 8 = 232

But in this year one member of the family died at 64, so total age of remaining memberswill become = 232 – 64 = 168 years

After further 3 years, their age will become = 168 + 7 x 3 = 189 years

Since in this year a girl is born, so now again family members becomes 8

After further 3 years, total age of family = 189 + 8 x 3 = 213

Hence, present average age of family = 213/8 = 26.625

Unattempted**Solution :**Since the average age of family 10 years ago was 25, therefore total age of the family = 25 × 8 = 200

After 4 years total age of the family will become= 200 + 4 x 8 = 232

But in this year one member of the family died at 64, so total age of remaining memberswill become = 232 – 64 = 168 years

After further 3 years, their age will become = 168 + 7 x 3 = 189 years

Since in this year a girl is born, so now again family members becomes 8

After further 3 years, total age of family = 189 + 8 x 3 = 213

Hence, present average age of family = 213/8 = 26.625

- Question 59 of 80
##### 59. Question

Quantitative AptitudeFrom a pack of playing cards, all the black face cards has been removed. A card is then drawn from the remaining cards. What is the probability that the card drawn is a jack?

Correct**Solution :**Given, all the black face cards are removed.

So, the number of cards left = 52 – 6 = 46

Number of jacks left = 4 – 2 = 2

Therefore, probability of selecting a jack = 2/46 = 1/23

Incorrect**Solution :**Given, all the black face cards are removed.

So, the number of cards left = 52 – 6 = 46

Number of jacks left = 4 – 2 = 2

Therefore, probability of selecting a jack = 2/46 = 1/23

Unattempted**Solution :**Given, all the black face cards are removed.

So, the number of cards left = 52 – 6 = 46

Number of jacks left = 4 – 2 = 2

Therefore, probability of selecting a jack = 2/46 = 1/23

- Question 60 of 80
##### 60. Question

Quantitative AptitudeA and B invested in a business in the ratio 3 : 2. If 5% of the total profit goes to charity and A’s share is Rs. 1710, then the total profit is:

Correct**Solution :**Let ratio on investment of A and B be 3x and 2x respectively Since both invest in a business for the same time duration, so profit will be divided in the ratio of their investment

Now Share of A = 1710 3x = 1710

x = 570

Share of both A and B 3x + 2x = 5x = 5 × 570 = Rs. 2850 Let total profit be K According to question K × (100 – 5)% = 2850 K × 95/100 = 2850

K = 3000

∴ The total profit Rs. 3000 Incorrect**Solution :**Let ratio on investment of A and B be 3x and 2x respectively Since both invest in a business for the same time duration, so profit will be divided in the ratio of their investment

Now Share of A = 1710 3x = 1710

x = 570

Share of both A and B 3x + 2x = 5x = 5 × 570 = Rs. 2850 Let total profit be K According to question K × (100 – 5)% = 2850 K × 95/100 = 2850

K = 3000

∴ The total profit Rs. 3000 Unattempted**Solution :**Let ratio on investment of A and B be 3x and 2x respectively Since both invest in a business for the same time duration, so profit will be divided in the ratio of their investment

Now Share of A = 1710 3x = 1710

x = 570

Share of both A and B 3x + 2x = 5x = 5 × 570 = Rs. 2850 Let total profit be K According to question K × (100 – 5)% = 2850 K × 95/100 = 2850

K = 3000

∴ The total profit Rs. 3000 - Question 61 of 80
##### 61. Question

Quantitative AptitudeFind the wrong number in the given series:

**2, 11, 57, 281, 1406, 7031**Correct**Solution :**First term 2 Second term 2 × 5 + 1 = 11 Third term 11 × 5 + 1 = 56 ( **57**wrongly taken)Fourth term 56 × 5 + 1 = 281 Fifth term 281 × 5 + 1 = 1406 Sixth term 1406 × 5 + 1 = 7031 Incorrect**Solution :**First term 2 Second term 2 × 5 + 1 = 11 Third term 11 × 5 + 1 = 56 ( **57**wrongly taken)Fourth term 56 × 5 + 1 = 281 Fifth term 281 × 5 + 1 = 1406 Sixth term 1406 × 5 + 1 = 7031 Unattempted**Solution :**First term 2 Second term 2 × 5 + 1 = 11 Third term 11 × 5 + 1 = 56 ( **57**wrongly taken)Fourth term 56 × 5 + 1 = 281 Fifth term 281 × 5 + 1 = 1406 Sixth term 1406 × 5 + 1 = 7031 - Question 62 of 80
##### 62. Question

Quantitative AptitudeFind the wrong number in the given series:

**8191, 2047, 510, 127, 31, 7**Correct**Solution :**First term 8191 Second term (8191 – 3) ÷ 4 = 2047 Third term (2047 – 3) ÷ 4 = 511 ( **510**wrongly taken)Fourth term (511 – 3) ÷ 4 = 127 Fifth term (127 – 3) ÷ 4 = 31 Sixth term (31 – 3) ÷ 4 = 7 Incorrect**Solution :**First term 8191 Second term (8191 – 3) ÷ 4 = 2047 Third term (2047 – 3) ÷ 4 = 511 ( **510**wrongly taken)Fourth term (511 – 3) ÷ 4 = 127 Fifth term (127 – 3) ÷ 4 = 31 Sixth term (31 – 3) ÷ 4 = 7 Unattempted**Solution :**First term 8191 Second term (8191 – 3) ÷ 4 = 2047 Third term (2047 – 3) ÷ 4 = 511 ( **510**wrongly taken)Fourth term (511 – 3) ÷ 4 = 127 Fifth term (127 – 3) ÷ 4 = 31 Sixth term (31 – 3) ÷ 4 = 7 - Question 63 of 80
##### 63. Question

Quantitative AptitudeFind the wrong number in the given series:

**27, 46, 65, 84, 102, 122**Correct**Solution :**First term 27 Second term 27 + 19 = 46 Third term 46 + 19 = 65 Fourth term 65 + 19 = 84 Fifth term 84 + 19 = 103 ( **102**wrongly taken)Sixth term 103 + 19 = 122 Incorrect**Solution :**First term 27 Second term 27 + 19 = 46 Third term 46 + 19 = 65 Fourth term 65 + 19 = 84 Fifth term 84 + 19 = 103 ( **102**wrongly taken)Sixth term 103 + 19 = 122 Unattempted**Solution :**First term 27 Second term 27 + 19 = 46 Third term 46 + 19 = 65 Fourth term 65 + 19 = 84 Fifth term 84 + 19 = 103 ( **102**wrongly taken)Sixth term 103 + 19 = 122 - Question 64 of 80
##### 64. Question

Quantitative AptitudeFind the wrong number in the given series

**9, 30, 134, 534, 2134, 8534**Correct**Solution :**First term 9 Second term 9 × 4 – 2 = 34 ( **30**wrongly taken)Third term 34 × 4 – 2 = 134 Fourth term 134 × 4 – 2 = 534 Fifth term 534 × 4 – 2 = 2134 Sixth term 2134 × 4 – 2 = 8534 Incorrect**Solution :**First term 9 Second term 9 × 4 – 2 = 34 ( **30**wrongly taken)Third term 34 × 4 – 2 = 134 Fourth term 134 × 4 – 2 = 534 Fifth term 534 × 4 – 2 = 2134 Sixth term 2134 × 4 – 2 = 8534 Unattempted**Solution :**First term 9 Second term 9 × 4 – 2 = 34 ( **30**wrongly taken)Third term 34 × 4 – 2 = 134 Fourth term 134 × 4 – 2 = 534 Fifth term 534 × 4 – 2 = 2134 Sixth term 2134 × 4 – 2 = 8534 - Question 65 of 80
##### 65. Question

Quantitative AptitudeFind the wrong number in the given series

**1, 16, 76, 314, 1276, 5116**Correct**Solution :**First term 1 Second term (1 + 3) × 4 = 16 Third term (16 + 3) × 4 = 76 Fourth term (76 + 3) × 4 = 316 ( **314**wrongly taken)Fifth term (316 + 3) × 4 = 1276 Sixth term (1276 + 3) × 4 = 5116 Incorrect**Solution :**First term 1 Second term (1 + 3) × 4 = 16 Third term (16 + 3) × 4 = 76 Fourth term (76 + 3) × 4 = 316 ( **314**wrongly taken)Fifth term (316 + 3) × 4 = 1276 Sixth term (1276 + 3) × 4 = 5116 Unattempted**Solution :**First term 1 Second term (1 + 3) × 4 = 16 Third term (16 + 3) × 4 = 76 Fourth term (76 + 3) × 4 = 316 ( **314**wrongly taken)Fifth term (316 + 3) × 4 = 1276 Sixth term (1276 + 3) × 4 = 5116 - Question 66 of 80
##### 66. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**The percentage increase in number of items (A, B, C, D, and E) sold in 2019 with respect to the year 2018 is given below. Also, it gives the percentage increase in price per piece for the same. Answer the questions on the basis of this data.Item % Increase in Price % Increase in Number A 12 8 B 15 10 C 10 5 D 14 20 E 25 16 **Q. Percentage increase in sales from product E in year 2019 with respect to previous year is?**Correct**Solution :**Let number of items sold in 2018(E) = 100

Price of 1 article (E) = 10

Total sales = 100 × 10 = 1000

Number of articles sold in 2019 (E) = (100 + 16) % of 100 = 116

New price = (100 + 25) % of 10 = 12.5

New sales = 116 × 12.5 = 1450

∴ Percentage increase = [(1450 – 1000)/1000] × 100 = 45%

Incorrect**Solution :**Let number of items sold in 2018(E) = 100

Price of 1 article (E) = 10

Total sales = 100 × 10 = 1000

Number of articles sold in 2019 (E) = (100 + 16) % of 100 = 116

New price = (100 + 25) % of 10 = 12.5

New sales = 116 × 12.5 = 1450

∴ Percentage increase = [(1450 – 1000)/1000] × 100 = 45%

Unattempted**Solution :**Let number of items sold in 2018(E) = 100

Price of 1 article (E) = 10

Total sales = 100 × 10 = 1000

Number of articles sold in 2019 (E) = (100 + 16) % of 100 = 116

New price = (100 + 25) % of 10 = 12.5

New sales = 116 × 12.5 = 1450

∴ Percentage increase = [(1450 – 1000)/1000] × 100 = 45%

- Question 67 of 80
##### 67. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**The percentage increase in number of items (A, B, C, D, and E) sold in 2019 with respect to the year 2018 is given below. Also, it gives the percentage increase in price per piece for the same. Answer the questions on the basis of this data.Item % Increase in Price % Increase in Number A 12 8 B 15 10 C 10 5 D 14 20 E 25 16 **Q. Price of 1 piece of article C is 10% of the number of article sold in (year 2018). Number of articles sold in 2019 is how much if sales in 2018 is 5760?**Correct**Solution :**Let number of articles of C sold in (2018) = 10x

Price of 1 piece of C = 10% of 10x = x

Sale = 10x

^{2}= 5760x = 24

Number of articles sold (2018) = 10x = 240

∴ Number of articles (2019) = (100 + 5) % of 240 = 252

Incorrect**Solution :**Let number of articles of C sold in (2018) = 10x

Price of 1 piece of C = 10% of 10x = x

Sale = 10x

^{2}= 5760x = 24

Number of articles sold (2018) = 10x = 240

∴ Number of articles (2019) = (100 + 5) % of 240 = 252

Unattempted**Solution :**Let number of articles of C sold in (2018) = 10x

Price of 1 piece of C = 10% of 10x = x

Sale = 10x

^{2}= 5760x = 24

Number of articles sold (2018) = 10x = 240

∴ Number of articles (2019) = (100 + 5) % of 240 = 252

- Question 68 of 80
##### 68. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**The percentage increase in number of items (A, B, C, D, and E) sold in 2019 with respect to the year 2018 is given below. Also, it gives the percentage increase in price per piece for the same. Answer the questions on the basis of this data.Item % Increase in Price % Increase in Number A 12 8 B 15 10 C 10 5 D 14 20 E 25 16 **Q. Ratio of total sale value of A and D in year 2018 is 2 : 1. Find the ratio of their sales in 2019.**Correct**Solution :**Let total sale of A be 2x and that of D be x.

Let 2 be the price per article and x be number of articles.

New sale value = (100 + 12) % of 2 × (100 + 8) % of x = 2.4192x

For D: Let price per article be 1 and number of products be x

New sale value = (100 + 14) % of 1 × (100 + 20) % of x = 1.368x

∴ New ratio = 2.4192x : 1.368x = 168 : 95

Incorrect**Solution :**Let total sale of A be 2x and that of D be x.

Let 2 be the price per article and x be number of articles.

New sale value = (100 + 12) % of 2 × (100 + 8) % of x = 2.4192x

For D: Let price per article be 1 and number of products be x

New sale value = (100 + 14) % of 1 × (100 + 20) % of x = 1.368x

∴ New ratio = 2.4192x : 1.368x = 168 : 95

Unattempted**Solution :**Let total sale of A be 2x and that of D be x.

Let 2 be the price per article and x be number of articles.

New sale value = (100 + 12) % of 2 × (100 + 8) % of x = 2.4192x

For D: Let price per article be 1 and number of products be x

New sale value = (100 + 14) % of 1 × (100 + 20) % of x = 1.368x

∴ New ratio = 2.4192x : 1.368x = 168 : 95

- Question 69 of 80
##### 69. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**The percentage increase in number of items (A, B, C, D, and E) sold in 2019 with respect to the year 2018 is given below. Also, it gives the percentage increase in price per piece for the same. Answer the questions on the basis of this data.Item % Increase in Price % Increase in Number A 12 8 B 15 10 C 10 5 D 14 20 E 25 16 **Q. Average of percentage increase in price of A, C and D is what percent of average of percentage increase in number of items sold of C, E and A (approx.)?**Correct**Solution :**Total percentage increase in price of A, C and D = 12 + 10 + 14 = 36

Average = 36/3 = 12

Total percentage increase in number of articles sold of C, E and A = 8 + 5 + 16 = 29

Average = 29/3

∴ Required percentage = [12/(29/3)] × 100 = 124.13%

Incorrect**Solution :**Total percentage increase in price of A, C and D = 12 + 10 + 14 = 36

Average = 36/3 = 12

Total percentage increase in number of articles sold of C, E and A = 8 + 5 + 16 = 29

Average = 29/3

∴ Required percentage = [12/(29/3)] × 100 = 124.13%

Unattempted**Solution :**Total percentage increase in price of A, C and D = 12 + 10 + 14 = 36

Average = 36/3 = 12

Total percentage increase in number of articles sold of C, E and A = 8 + 5 + 16 = 29

Average = 29/3

∴ Required percentage = [12/(29/3)] × 100 = 124.13%

- Question 70 of 80
##### 70. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**The percentage increase in number of items (A, B, C, D, and E) sold in 2019 with respect to the year 2018 is given below. Also, it gives the percentage increase in price per piece for the same. Answer the questions on the basis of this data.Item % Increase in Price % Increase in Number A 12 8 B 15 10 C 10 5 D 14 20 E 25 16 **Q. Price per piece of article A is Rs 33.6 (in 2019), while sale in 2019 is Rs 1814.4. If cost per piece of D in 2018 is 83.33% of cost per piece of A in 2018, while number of articles sold of D in 2018 is 120% of number of articles sold of A in 2018. Sales value of D in 2018(in Rs) is?**Correct**Solution :**Price per article of A in 2019 = Rs 33.6

Sale value = Rs 1814.4

Number of articles sold in 2019 = 1814.4/33.6 = 54

Price per article of A in 2018 = x

(100 + 12) % of x = 33.6

x = 30

Price per article of D in 2018 = 83.33% of 30 = Rs 25

Let number of articles of A sold in 2018 = y

(100 + 8) % of y = 54

y = 50

Number of articles sold of D in 2018 = 120% of 50 = 60

∴ Total sales value = 60 × 25 = Rs 1500

Incorrect**Solution :**Price per article of A in 2019 = Rs 33.6

Sale value = Rs 1814.4

Number of articles sold in 2019 = 1814.4/33.6 = 54

Price per article of A in 2018 = x

(100 + 12) % of x = 33.6

x = 30

Price per article of D in 2018 = 83.33% of 30 = Rs 25

Let number of articles of A sold in 2018 = y

(100 + 8) % of y = 54

y = 50

Number of articles sold of D in 2018 = 120% of 50 = 60

∴ Total sales value = 60 × 25 = Rs 1500

Unattempted**Solution :**Price per article of A in 2019 = Rs 33.6

Sale value = Rs 1814.4

Number of articles sold in 2019 = 1814.4/33.6 = 54

Price per article of A in 2018 = x

(100 + 12) % of x = 33.6

x = 30

Price per article of D in 2018 = 83.33% of 30 = Rs 25

Let number of articles of A sold in 2018 = y

(100 + 8) % of y = 54

y = 50

Number of articles sold of D in 2018 = 120% of 50 = 60

∴ Total sales value = 60 × 25 = Rs 1500

- Question 71 of 80
##### 71. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**State Bank of India is recruiting graduates on the post of Junior Assistant and has announced 8100 vacancies. Recruitment process is in following steps:1. Preliminary Exam – 100 questions of 100 marks [English – 30, Maths – 35, Reasoning – 35].

2. Mains exam – 190 questions of 200 marks [English – 40, Reasoning – 50, Maths – 50, General Awareness – 50]

3. Document verification and Medical.

Note: All questions carry 1 mark in both exams except Reasoning in mains exam. For 50 questions of Reasoning in mains, there are 60 marks. There is a penalty of (1/4) of the weightage of the question for every question. Example: a question of 1 marks will consist a negative penalty of -0.25 on answering it wrong.

**Q. Number of candidates selected for mains exam is 8 times the number of vacancies. If only 16% of the candidates who have applied appear in mains exam, total number of applicants is?**Correct**Solution :**Number of Vacancies = 8100

Number of candidates selected for mains = 8 × 8100 = 64800

Let total number of applicants = x

16% of x = 64800

x = 64800 × (100/16) = 405000

Incorrect**Solution :**Number of Vacancies = 8100

Number of candidates selected for mains = 8 × 8100 = 64800

Let total number of applicants = x

16% of x = 64800

x = 64800 × (100/16) = 405000

Unattempted**Solution :**Number of Vacancies = 8100

Number of candidates selected for mains = 8 × 8100 = 64800

Let total number of applicants = x

16% of x = 64800

x = 64800 × (100/16) = 405000

- Question 72 of 80
##### 72. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**State Bank of India is recruiting graduates on the post of Junior Assistant and has announced 8100 vacancies. Recruitment process is in following steps:1. Preliminary Exam – 100 questions of 100 marks [English – 30, Maths – 35, Reasoning – 35].

2. Mains exam – 190 questions of 200 marks [English – 40, Reasoning – 50, Maths – 50, General Awareness – 50]

3. Document verification and Medical.

Note: All questions carry 1 mark in both exams except Reasoning in mains exam. For 50 questions of Reasoning in mains, there are 60 marks. There is a penalty of (1/4) of the weightage of the question for every question. Example: a question of 1 marks will consist a negative penalty of -0.25 on answering it wrong.

**Q. Rahul attempts 85 questions in mains exam with 100% accuracy. He scored 92.2 marks. Rahul’s percentage score in reasoning is?**Correct**Solution :**Total marks of reasoning = 60

Number of questions = 50

Marks for 1 question = 60/50 = 1.2

Let number of questions of reasoning be x

Number of questions of other sections = 85 – x

1.2x + (85 – x) × 1 = 92.2

0.2x + 85 = 92.2

0.2x = 7.2

x = 36

Score in Reasoning = 1.2 × 36 = 43.2

Total score = 60

Required percentage = (43.2/60) × 100 = 72%

Incorrect**Solution :**Total marks of reasoning = 60

Number of questions = 50

Marks for 1 question = 60/50 = 1.2

Let number of questions of reasoning be x

Number of questions of other sections = 85 – x

1.2x + (85 – x) × 1 = 92.2

0.2x + 85 = 92.2

0.2x = 7.2

x = 36

Score in Reasoning = 1.2 × 36 = 43.2

Total score = 60

Required percentage = (43.2/60) × 100 = 72%

Unattempted**Solution :**Total marks of reasoning = 60

Number of questions = 50

Marks for 1 question = 60/50 = 1.2

Let number of questions of reasoning be x

Number of questions of other sections = 85 – x

1.2x + (85 – x) × 1 = 92.2

0.2x + 85 = 92.2

0.2x = 7.2

x = 36

Score in Reasoning = 1.2 × 36 = 43.2

Total score = 60

Required percentage = (43.2/60) × 100 = 72%

- Question 73 of 80
##### 73. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**State Bank of India is recruiting graduates on the post of Junior Assistant and has announced 8100 vacancies. Recruitment process is in following steps:1. Preliminary Exam – 100 questions of 100 marks [English – 30, Maths – 35, Reasoning – 35].

2. Mains exam – 190 questions of 200 marks [English – 40, Reasoning – 50, Maths – 50, General Awareness – 50]

3. Document verification and Medical.

Note: All questions carry 1 mark in both exams except Reasoning in mains exam. For 50 questions of Reasoning in mains, there are 60 marks. There is a penalty of (1/4) of the weightage of the question for every question. Example: a question of 1 marks will consist a negative penalty of -0.25 on answering it wrong.

**Q. A student attempted 80 questions in prelims exam. Which of the following can be his score in the exam.**Correct**Solution :**Each question in prelims exam is of 1 mark.

Penalty = (1/4) × 1 = 0.25

Let student answer x questions correctly.

Student’s score = x – (80 – x) × 0.25 = 1.25x – 20

**Based on Option 1:**1.25x – 20 = 78.25

x = 78.6 (x must be integer)

**Based on Option 2:**1.25x – 20 = 66.5

x = 69.2

**Based on Option 3:**1.25x – 20 = 52

x = 57.6

**Based on Option 4:**1.25x – 20 = 72.5

x = 74 (Here x is an integer)

**Based on Option 5:**1.25x – 20 = 44.75

x = 51.8

Incorrect**Solution :**Each question in prelims exam is of 1 mark.

Penalty = (1/4) × 1 = 0.25

Let student answer x questions correctly.

Student’s score = x – (80 – x) × 0.25 = 1.25x – 20

**Based on Option 1:**1.25x – 20 = 78.25

x = 78.6 (x must be integer)

**Based on Option 2:**1.25x – 20 = 66.5

x = 69.2

**Based on Option 3:**1.25x – 20 = 52

x = 57.6

**Based on Option 4:**1.25x – 20 = 72.5

x = 74 (Here x is an integer)

**Based on Option 5:**1.25x – 20 = 44.75

x = 51.8

Unattempted**Solution :**Each question in prelims exam is of 1 mark.

Penalty = (1/4) × 1 = 0.25

Let student answer x questions correctly.

Student’s score = x – (80 – x) × 0.25 = 1.25x – 20

**Based on Option 1:**1.25x – 20 = 78.25

x = 78.6 (x must be integer)

**Based on Option 2:**1.25x – 20 = 66.5

x = 69.2

**Based on Option 3:**1.25x – 20 = 52

x = 57.6

**Based on Option 4:**1.25x – 20 = 72.5

x = 74 (Here x is an integer)

**Based on Option 5:**1.25x – 20 = 44.75

x = 51.8

- Question 74 of 80
##### 74. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**State Bank of India is recruiting graduates on the post of Junior Assistant and has announced 8100 vacancies. Recruitment process is in following steps:1. Preliminary Exam – 100 questions of 100 marks [English – 30, Maths – 35, Reasoning – 35].

3. Document verification and Medical.

**Q. In preliminary exam, English has 30 multiple choice questions with 5 options each. In how many ways can a candidate attempt English section.**Correct**Solution :**Any particular candidate has 6 choices in every question. He can choose any of the available options or he can choose to not answer that question.

∴ Number of ways to attempt the test = 6 × 6 × 6 × 6…. (30 times) = 6

^{30}Incorrect**Solution :**Any particular candidate has 6 choices in every question. He can choose any of the available options or he can choose to not answer that question.

∴ Number of ways to attempt the test = 6 × 6 × 6 × 6…. (30 times) = 6

^{30}Unattempted**Solution :**Any particular candidate has 6 choices in every question. He can choose any of the available options or he can choose to not answer that question.

∴ Number of ways to attempt the test = 6 × 6 × 6 × 6…. (30 times) = 6

^{30} - Question 75 of 80
##### 75. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**State Bank of India is recruiting graduates on the post of Junior Assistant and has announced 8100 vacancies. Recruitment process is in following steps:1. Preliminary Exam – 100 questions of 100 marks [English – 30, Maths – 35, Reasoning – 35].

3. Document verification and Medical.

**Q. If a candidate attempts total 92 questions of which 37 are reasoning questions in mains exam. Cut off for selection is 91.75. If the candidate did not get selected, the minimum number of wrong attempts is?**Correct**Solution :**If all questions are correct.

Score = 37 × 1.2 + (92 – 37) × 1 = 44.4 + 55 = 99.4

For minimum incorrect attempts, he must make mistake in reasoning questions.

For 1 wrong answer, we should deduct 1.2 marks and penalty of (1.2 ÷ 4 = 0.3) from total score.

⇒ Marks deducted for 1 wrong answer = 1.2 + 0.3 = 1.5

⇒ Marks to be deducted = 99.4 – 91.75 = 7.65

∴ Number of questions = 7.65/1.5 = 5.1 or 6 questions.

Incorrect**Solution :**If all questions are correct.

Score = 37 × 1.2 + (92 – 37) × 1 = 44.4 + 55 = 99.4

For minimum incorrect attempts, he must make mistake in reasoning questions.

For 1 wrong answer, we should deduct 1.2 marks and penalty of (1.2 ÷ 4 = 0.3) from total score.

⇒ Marks deducted for 1 wrong answer = 1.2 + 0.3 = 1.5

⇒ Marks to be deducted = 99.4 – 91.75 = 7.65

∴ Number of questions = 7.65/1.5 = 5.1 or 6 questions.

Unattempted**Solution :**If all questions are correct.

Score = 37 × 1.2 + (92 – 37) × 1 = 44.4 + 55 = 99.4

For minimum incorrect attempts, he must make mistake in reasoning questions.

For 1 wrong answer, we should deduct 1.2 marks and penalty of (1.2 ÷ 4 = 0.3) from total score.

⇒ Marks deducted for 1 wrong answer = 1.2 + 0.3 = 1.5

⇒ Marks to be deducted = 99.4 – 91.75 = 7.65

∴ Number of questions = 7.65/1.5 = 5.1 or 6 questions.

- Question 76 of 80
##### 76. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**Bar graph in the question gives savings (in thousand) of five people A, B, C, D and E. Second bar gives savings as a percentage of total salary for these people. Answer the questions on the basis of information in the bar graph.**Q. Total salary of A and E (in Rs) is?**Correct**Solution :**Savings of A = 10.8 × 1000 = Rs 10800

Let salary of A = x

15% of x = 10800

x = 10800 × (20/3) = Rs 72000

Savings of E = 2.4 × 1000 = Rs 2400

Let salary of E = y

8% of y = 2400

y = 2400 × (100/8) = Rs 30000

∴ Required Sum = x + y = Rs (72000 + 30000) = Rs 102000

Incorrect**Solution :**Savings of A = 10.8 × 1000 = Rs 10800

Let salary of A = x

15% of x = 10800

x = 10800 × (20/3) = Rs 72000

Savings of E = 2.4 × 1000 = Rs 2400

Let salary of E = y

8% of y = 2400

y = 2400 × (100/8) = Rs 30000

∴ Required Sum = x + y = Rs (72000 + 30000) = Rs 102000

Unattempted**Solution :**Savings of A = 10.8 × 1000 = Rs 10800

Let salary of A = x

15% of x = 10800

x = 10800 × (20/3) = Rs 72000

Savings of E = 2.4 × 1000 = Rs 2400

Let salary of E = y

8% of y = 2400

y = 2400 × (100/8) = Rs 30000

∴ Required Sum = x + y = Rs (72000 + 30000) = Rs 102000

- Question 77 of 80
##### 77. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**Bar graph in the question gives savings (in thousand) of five people A, B, C, D and E. Second bar gives savings as a percentage of total salary for these people. Answer the questions on the basis of information in the bar graph.**Q. The ratio of expenditures of B and C is? (Salary = savings + expenditure)**Correct**Solution :**Savings of B = 7.5 × 1000 = 7500

Let salary = x

12% of x = 7500

x = 7500 × (100/12) = Rs 62500

Salary = savings + expenditure

62500 = 7500 + expenditure

Expenditure of B = Rs 55000

Savings of C = 8 × 1000 = 8000

Let salary of C = y

16.67% of y = 8000

y = 8000 × 6 = Rs 48000

Salary = savings + expenditure

48000 = 8000 + expenditure

Expenditure of C = Rs 40000

∴ Required Ratio = 55000 : 40000 = 11 : 8

Incorrect**Solution :**Savings of B = 7.5 × 1000 = 7500

Let salary = x

12% of x = 7500

x = 7500 × (100/12) = Rs 62500

Salary = savings + expenditure

62500 = 7500 + expenditure

Expenditure of B = Rs 55000

Savings of C = 8 × 1000 = 8000

Let salary of C = y

16.67% of y = 8000

y = 8000 × 6 = Rs 48000

Salary = savings + expenditure

48000 = 8000 + expenditure

Expenditure of C = Rs 40000

∴ Required Ratio = 55000 : 40000 = 11 : 8

Unattempted**Solution :**Savings of B = 7.5 × 1000 = 7500

Let salary = x

12% of x = 7500

x = 7500 × (100/12) = Rs 62500

Salary = savings + expenditure

62500 = 7500 + expenditure

Expenditure of B = Rs 55000

Savings of C = 8 × 1000 = 8000

Let salary of C = y

16.67% of y = 8000

y = 8000 × 6 = Rs 48000

Salary = savings + expenditure

48000 = 8000 + expenditure

Expenditure of C = Rs 40000

∴ Required Ratio = 55000 : 40000 = 11 : 8

- Question 78 of 80
##### 78. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**Bar graph in the question gives savings (in thousand) of five people A, B, C, D and E. Second bar gives savings as a percentage of total salary for these people. Answer the questions on the basis of information in the bar graph.**Q. Savings of B is what percent of expenditure of D?**Correct**Solution :**Savings of B = 7.5 × 1000 = Rs 7500

Savings of D = 9 × 1000 = Rs 9000

Let salary of D = x

25% of x = 9000

x = 9000 × (100/25) = Rs 36000

Salary = savings + expenditure

36000 = 9000 + expenditure

Expenditure of D = Rs 27000

∴ Required percentage = (7500/27000) × 100 = 27.78%

Incorrect**Solution :**Savings of B = 7.5 × 1000 = Rs 7500

Savings of D = 9 × 1000 = Rs 9000

Let salary of D = x

25% of x = 9000

x = 9000 × (100/25) = Rs 36000

Salary = savings + expenditure

36000 = 9000 + expenditure

Expenditure of D = Rs 27000

∴ Required percentage = (7500/27000) × 100 = 27.78%

Unattempted**Solution :**Savings of B = 7.5 × 1000 = Rs 7500

Savings of D = 9 × 1000 = Rs 9000

Let salary of D = x

25% of x = 9000

x = 9000 × (100/25) = Rs 36000

Salary = savings + expenditure

36000 = 9000 + expenditure

Expenditure of D = Rs 27000

∴ Required percentage = (7500/27000) × 100 = 27.78%

- Question 79 of 80
##### 79. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**Bar graph in the question gives savings (in thousand) of five people A, B, C, D and E. Second bar gives savings as a percentage of total salary for these people. Answer the questions on the basis of information in the bar graph.**Q. Average expenditure (in Rs) of B, D and E is?**Correct**Solution :**Savings of B = 7.5 × 1000 = 7500

Let salary of B = x

12% of x = 7500

x = 7500 × (100/12) = Rs 62500

Salary = savings + expenditure

62500 = 7500 + expenditure

Expenditure of B = Rs 55000

Saving of D = 9 × 1000 = 9000

Let salary of D = y

25% of y = 9000

y = 9000 × (100/25) = Rs 36000

Salary = savings + expenditure

36000 = 9000 + expenditure

Expenditure of D = Rs 27000

Saving of E = 2.4 × 1000 = 2400

Let salary of E = z

8% of z = 2400

z = 2400 × (100/8) = Rs 30000

Salary = savings + expenditure

30000 = 2400 + expenditure

Expenditure of E = Rs 27600

∴ Average = (55000 + 27000 + 27600)/3 = 36533.33

Incorrect**Solution :**Savings of B = 7.5 × 1000 = 7500

Let salary of B = x

12% of x = 7500

x = 7500 × (100/12) = Rs 62500

Salary = savings + expenditure

62500 = 7500 + expenditure

Expenditure of B = Rs 55000

Saving of D = 9 × 1000 = 9000

Let salary of D = y

25% of y = 9000

y = 9000 × (100/25) = Rs 36000

Salary = savings + expenditure

36000 = 9000 + expenditure

Expenditure of D = Rs 27000

Saving of E = 2.4 × 1000 = 2400

Let salary of E = z

8% of z = 2400

z = 2400 × (100/8) = Rs 30000

Salary = savings + expenditure

30000 = 2400 + expenditure

Expenditure of E = Rs 27600

∴ Average = (55000 + 27000 + 27600)/3 = 36533.33

Unattempted**Solution :**Savings of B = 7.5 × 1000 = 7500

Let salary of B = x

12% of x = 7500

x = 7500 × (100/12) = Rs 62500

Salary = savings + expenditure

62500 = 7500 + expenditure

Expenditure of B = Rs 55000

Saving of D = 9 × 1000 = 9000

Let salary of D = y

25% of y = 9000

y = 9000 × (100/25) = Rs 36000

Salary = savings + expenditure

36000 = 9000 + expenditure

Expenditure of D = Rs 27000

Saving of E = 2.4 × 1000 = 2400

Let salary of E = z

8% of z = 2400

z = 2400 × (100/8) = Rs 30000

Salary = savings + expenditure

30000 = 2400 + expenditure

Expenditure of E = Rs 27600

∴ Average = (55000 + 27000 + 27600)/3 = 36533.33

- Question 80 of 80
##### 80. Question

Quantitative Aptitude**Directions:**Bar graph in the question gives savings (in thousand) of five people A, B, C, D and E. Second bar gives savings as a percentage of total salary for these people. Answer the questions on the basis of information in the bar graph.**Q. F’s salary is 11.11% more than the salary of A while his savings is equal to the sum of savings of C and E. Percentage expenditure of F is?**Correct**Solution :**Savings of A = 10.8 × 1000 = 10800

Let salary of A = x

15% of x = 10800

x = 10800 × (20/3) = Rs 72000

Salary of F = (100 + 11.11)% of 72000 = (1 + 1/9) × 72000 = Rs 80000

Savings of F = (8 + 2.4) × 1000 = Rs 10400

Expenditure of F = salary – savings = 80000 – 10400 = Rs 69600

∴ Required percentage = (69600/80000) × 100 = 87%

Incorrect**Solution :**Savings of A = 10.8 × 1000 = 10800

Let salary of A = x

15% of x = 10800

x = 10800 × (20/3) = Rs 72000

Salary of F = (100 + 11.11)% of 72000 = (1 + 1/9) × 72000 = Rs 80000

Savings of F = (8 + 2.4) × 1000 = Rs 10400

Expenditure of F = salary – savings = 80000 – 10400 = Rs 69600

∴ Required percentage = (69600/80000) × 100 = 87%

Unattempted**Solution :**Savings of A = 10.8 × 1000 = 10800

Let salary of A = x

15% of x = 10800

x = 10800 × (20/3) = Rs 72000

Salary of F = (100 + 11.11)% of 72000 = (1 + 1/9) × 72000 = Rs 80000

Savings of F = (8 + 2.4) × 1000 = Rs 10400

Expenditure of F = salary – savings = 80000 – 10400 = Rs 69600

∴ Required percentage = (69600/80000) × 100 = 87%