Monday, 9 May 2016

Night Class: Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1–5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers it rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of an input and its rearrangement.

Input: money player native typhoon diamond corrupt leaders read pager
Step I: typhoon money player native diamond corrupt leaders read pager
Step II: typhoon leaders money player native diamond corrupt read pager
Step III: typhoon leaders diamond money player native corrupt read pager
Step IV: typhoon leaders diamond corrupt money player native read pager
Step V: typhoon leaders diamond corrupt player money native read pager
Step VI: typhoon leaders diamond corrupt player native money read pager
Step VII: typhoon leaders diamond corrupt player native pager money read


And step VII is the last step of the above input. As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out the appropriate steps for the given input.

Input: added essar called show treat forced into monger Krishan eat

1. How many steps are required to complete the arrangement?
1) Eight 
2) Seven 
3) Six 
4) Nine 
5) Ten

2. In step VI, which of the following words would be on the sixth position from left?
1) essar 
2) added 
3) treat 
4) forced 
5) show

3. What is the position of 'called' in the step IV?
1) Fourth from right end 
2) Fourth from left end
3) Fifth from right end 
4) Fifth from left end
5) Third to left end

4. Which of the following is second last step of the given input?
1) Krishan monger forced added essar called show treat into eat.
2) Krishan forced added monger called essar show treat into eat.
3) Krishan monger forced called treat added essar show into eat.
4) Cannot be determined
5) Other than given options

5. Which of the following words will be fifth from the right end in the above arrangement in step III?
1) Krishan 
2) essar 
3) show 
4) call 
5) called

Directions (Q. 6–10): In the given questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the given two conclusion numbered I and II is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

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

6. Statements: 
Z > K
P < J
H >= J > M <= R = Z < B

Conclusions: 
I. H <= R 
II. K < J

7. Statements: 
A = L 
N = F >= L > D

Conclusions: 
I. A <= F 
II. N > D

8. Statements: 
D < V < O
Q > D <= G
S = D > K >= Y

Conclusions: 
I. V < G 
II. Q > Y

9. Statements: 
J > P
H >= J > M <= R = Z < B
K < Z

Conclusions: 
I. H < P 
II. M < B

10. Statements: 
O > V > D
G >= D < Q
S = D > K >= Y

Conclusions: 
I. G = V 
II. O > K


Answers:

(1–5): In the given arrangement, words are arranged on the number of alphabet in the words according to descending order of alphabet such as 'Krishan" included '7' alphabet and 'added' include '5 alphabet'.


Input: added essar called show treat forced into monger Krishan eat.

Step I: Krishan added essar called show treat forced into monger eat.
Step II: Krishan monger added essar called show treat forced into eat.
Step III: Krishan monger forced added essar called show treat into eat.
Step IV: Krishan monger forced called added essar show treat into eat
Step V: Krishan monger forced called treat added essar show into eat
Step VI: Krishan monger forced called treat essar added show into eat.

1. 3 
2. 1 
3. 2 
4. 3 
5. 5

6. 4 
Combining 

Hence, we cannot compare H and R similarly J and K.

Both are not true.

7. 5

Combining 

Both are true.

8. 2

Combining 

G > V is not true but
From (ii) and (iii), Y < Q is true

9. 2

Combining 

Hence, H < P is not true

From (ii), M < B is true

10. 2 

Combining 

O > K is true

Hence, G = V is not true.

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