Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Night Class: Reasoning Quiz

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

Six friends P, Q, R, S, T and U work in six different companies Walmart, Toyota, Apple, Petronas, Cargill and Honda each wears different coloured shirt, viz. Black, Golden, Blue,  Orange, Green and White but not necessarily in the same order.
  • The one who is wearing the Black shirt works in Petronas, and one who is wearing the Golden shirt works in Walmart.
  • U does not work for Apple or Cargill.
  • P wears Blue coloured shirt and works for Toyota.
  • S does not work for Cargill and the green coloured shirt is not wear by any of the Apple's worker.
  • T works for Honda and neither S nor Q works for Petronas.
  • No Cargill worker wears either Green or Orange shirt.
  • R works in Walmart.


1. Which coloured shirt does Apple's worker wear?
1) Golden 
2) Black 
3) Green 
4) Orange 
5) White

2. Which pair is correctly matched?
1) White–Apple–P 
2) White–Cargil–Q 
3) Golden–Apple–R 
4) Cannot be determined
5) Other than given options

3. If Apple's and Petronas decide to interchange the colour of their employees' shirt, then which two person have to exchange their shirt?
1) S and U 
2) P and R 
3) S and T 
4) Q and S 
5) Other than given options

4. T works for which company?
1) Walmart 
2) Petronas 
3) Honda 
4) Cargill 
5) Toyota

5. Which of the following is true?
1) Honda – Golden
2) S – Cargill
3) T – White
4) White – Cargill
5) Other than given options

Directions (Q. 6 –10): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer:

1) If only conclusion I is true. 
2) If only conclusion II is true.
3) If either conclusion I or II is true. 
4) If neither conclusion I nor II is true.
5) If both conclusions I and II are true.

6-7: 

Statements: 
I > J
L < O
N >= M
P >= N
M = L

6. 
Conclusions: 
I. I > L 
II. N >= L

7. 
Conclusions: 
I. J >= L 
II. O > N

8. 
Statements: 
B = Y >= C < N 
P > Y

Conclusions: 
I. P > C 
II. Y < N

9. 
Statement: 
R <= K < N > Y >= Z

Conclusions: 
I. Y < K 
II. Z >= R

10. 
Statements: 
B < L <= S
B > N
K = N

Conclusions: 
I. K < S 
II. S < N





(1–5):
Name - Company - Colour
P - Toyota - Blue
Q - Cargill - White
R - Walmart - Golden
S - Apple - Orange
T - Honda - Green
U - Petronas - Black

1. 4 
2. 2 
3. 1 
4. 3 
5. 4

6. 2; Given statement:
I > J - (i)
L < O - (ii)
N >= M - (iii)
P >= N - (iv)
M = L - (v)
Combining (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv), we get
 We cannot compare I and L. Thus conclusion I is not true.
Again,
Comparing N and L,
N >= L. Thus conclusion II is true.

7. 4; 
From above,
Here, we cannot compare J and L. Thus conclusion I is not true.
Again,
O and N cannot be compared. Thus conclusion II is not true.

8. 1
Given statements:
B =Y >= C < N - (i)
P > Y - (ii)
Combining (i) and (ii), we get
Comparing P and C, we get
P > C. Thus conclusion I is true.

Again,
We cannot compare Y and N.
Thus, conclusion II is not true.

9. 4
Given statements:

We cannot compare Y and K. Thus conclusion I is not true.
Again,
We cannot compare Z and R. Thus conclusion II is not true.

10. 1
Given statement:
B < L <= S - (i)
B > N - (ii)
K = N - (iii)
Combining (i), (ii) and (iii), we get

Comparing K and S,
K < S, Thus conclusion I is true.
Again,
Comparing N and S,
N < S. Thus conclusion II (S < N) is not true.





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