Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Night Class: Reasoning Quiz

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
(i) P × Q means P is brother of Q
(ii) P + Q means P is sister of Q
(iii) P – Q means P is father of Q
(iv) P ÷ Q means P is mother of Q

1. Which of the following denotes that R is nephew of N?
1) N + M × R 
2) R × T ÷ N 
3) N × T ÷ K × R 
4) N × T – R × K 
5) Other than given options

2. In expression I + Q ÷ N × S, What is the relation of I with S ?
1) Uncle 
2) Maternal Aunt 
3) Brother 
4) Niece 
5) Other than given options

3. Which of the following does shows that W is grandmother of Q?
1) H × W ÷ N – Q 
2) H + W × N ÷ Q 
3) H ÷ N × T – W
4) T × W ÷ H + N 
5) Other than given options

4. The Government of India was both whole Sale Price India (WPI) and Consumer Price Index (CPI) to measure the rate of inflation. But CPI is better indicator as compare to the WPI. Which of the following conclusions supports the above statements?
(A) All the countries of the world use CPI to measure the rate of inflation.
(B) Majoring of the population of India buy commodities at the retail prices.
(C) Majority of the population of India are very poor.
(D) The WPI has a very old bare year.
1) Only A 
2) Only B 
3) Only A, B and C
4) Only C 
5) Only C and D

5. Statement: The government got a great deal of legislative work done during the just concluded budget session.

Which of the following can be inferred from the above statement?
1) Government has majority in both the houses of parliament.
2) Government knows how to get consent from opposition.
3) It might suggest that despite its lack of numbers in the Rajya Sabha it remained dominant in parliament.
4) Nothing can be said
5) Other than given options

Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven friends Raj, Sambhav, Nishu, Prashant, Om, Quinch and Tanmay works at different places in France ie. Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Bordeaux, Nantes and Lille but not necessarily in same order. They work at different branches of Government ie. Legislative, Executive and Judicial branch. Not more than three and not less than two of them work in any branch.
  • The one who works at Marseilles does not work in Executive branch.
  • Raj work at Nice and there is one judicial branch at Marseille.
  • Prashant works in Lille and is in the same branch as that of Tanmay.
  • Om works in Executive branch and Tanmay does not work in Executive branch.
  • Nishu works at Bordeaux and is in same branch as that of Raj.
  • Quinch does not work at Lyon and Om is placed at Nantes.
  • There is a Legislative branch in Nice and there are three persons in executive branch.
6. Which three friend's works in same branch?
1) Om, Prashant and Quinch 
2) Nishu, Prashant and Raj 
3) Om, Quinch and Sambhav
4) Sambhav, Om and Prashant 
5) Other than given options

7. Who lives in Nantes?
1) Nishu 
2) Om 
3) Quinch 
4) Raj 
5) Sambhav

8. Which of the following combination is incorrect?
1) Nishu–Bordeaux–Judicial
2) Raj – Nice – Legislative
3) Sambhav – Lyon – Executive
4) Quinch – Paris – Executive
5) Other than given options

9. Sambhav works at which place?
1) Lille 
2) Nice 
3) Paris 
4) Either 'Nice' or 'Paris' 
5) Lyon

10. Where does Tanmay work?
1) Lille 
2) Nice 
3) Marseilles 
4) Bordeaux 
5) Lyon

11. Which two persons are from Judicial branch?
1) Nishu and Prashant 
2) Tanmay and Sambhav
3) Prashant and Tanmay 
4) Raj and Prashant
5) Data Inadequate




Answers:
1. 4

Hence, R is maternal uncle of N

Hence, sex of R is not determined.

Hence, R is the nephew of N.

2. 2

I is the maternal aunt of S

3. 1

Hence, W is grandmother of Q

4. 2

5. 3

6. 3 
7. 2 
8. 1
9. 5 
10. 3 
11. 3


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