Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Night Class: Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5): Read each statement carefully and answer the following questions:


1. Which of the following expression will be true if the expression- A < C <= R = M <= P > B < N is definitely true?

1) P >= N 
2) M >= A 
3) A < M 
4) C <= B 
5) None of these

2. Which of the following symbols should replace the question mark (?) in the given expression in order to make the expressions P > C as will as X > F definitely true?

X >= B = P ? D = F > C >= L

1) < 
2) <= 
3) > 
4) Either < or = 
5) None of these

3. Which of the following symbol should be placed in the blank spaces respectively (in the same order from left to right) in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the expression R > E definitely true and B >= E definitely false-

P _ R _ O _ B _ L _ E _ M

1) >, < , >=, >=, >= , < 
2) >, = <, >=, >=, < 
3) >, >, >=, >=, =, < 
4) >=, >=, >=, >, >=, < 
5) None of these

4. Which of the following expression will be true if the expression A = E <= B < C <= N = T is definitely true?
1) C >= A 
2) B < T 
3) B <= T 
4) E <= N 
5) Either 2) or 3)

5. Which of the following symbols should be placed in the blank spaces respectively (in the same order from left to right) in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the expression U <= T & O >= M definitely false?

M _ O _ U _ N _ T

1) <=,=,<=,<= 
2) <=, =, =, <= 
3) <, =, <=, < 
4) <=, >, <=, = 
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information and answer the following questions:

There are 7 bidder- P, Q, R, S, T, U and W - in a Auction. Each of them has a different favourite things, viz. Painting, Book, Furniture, Music Instrument, Chandelier, Idols and carpets. Each of the bidder bids different price for his favourite thing. R has bids second highest bid and neither Painting nor Music-instrument is his favourite thing. T bids the least price and neither Idol nor Book is his favourite thing. The favourite thing of S is furniture and he bids more price than the price of Q and W but less than the price of P. The favourite thing of Q is Chandelier and his price is more then the price of T but less than the price of W. The favourite thing of P is carpet and he has not bid the highest price. The bidder whose favourite thing is Music instrument bet the highest price. The favourite thing of R is not book.

6. Which is the favourite thing of T?
1) Book 
2) Painting 
3) Chandelier 
4) Data inadequate 
5) None of these

7. Who bid second lowest price?
1) W 
2) S 
3) R 
4) U 
5) None of these

8. Music Instrument is the favourite thing of-
1) R 
2) P 
3) W 
4) U 
5) None of these

9. What is the favourite thing of W?
1) Book 
2) Idols 
3) Furniture
4) Either Book or Idol 
5) None of these

10. When all the seven bidders are arranged according to their price in the favourite thing in which position is P from top?
1) First 
2) fourth 
3) Third 
4) Data inadequate 
5) None of these


Answers:

1. 3

Given expression; A < C <= R = M <= P > B < N
We can’t compare P and N and C and B. Hence option 1 & 4 do not follow. But A ? M or M ? A is not true.
Hence, option 2 do not follow
Now, again A < M is true. Hence option 3 is true.

2. 3

We put ‘>’ in place question mark (?) in the given expression.
We have
x >= B = P > D = F > C ? L
Thus, P > C and X > F are definitely true.

3. 4

Check the option one by one
1) P > R < O >= B >= L >= E < M
This leads to B >= E. Hence, does not follow

2) P > R = O < B >= L >= E < M
This leads to B >= E. Hence, does not follow

3) P > R > O >= B >= L = E < M
Thus R and E can’t be compared. Hence does not follow

4) P >= R >= O >= B > L >= E < M
Thus, R > E is definitely true. B > E so, B >= E is definitely false.

4. 2

Given exspression: A = E <= B < C <= N = T
Thus C < A, Hence C ? A is not true.
Now, B < T holds true. Hence, option (2) is true. But B
<= T is not. Hence, option 3 is not true.
Now, again E < N. Hence, option 4 is not true.

5. 3
Option 1) M <= O = U <= N <= T
So, U <= T and O >= M is true.
Option 2) M <= O = U = N <= T
So, O <= M and U <= T is true
Option 3) M < O = U <= N < T
So, M < O is true. It means O >= M is not true.
Again T > U is True, U <= T is not True
Option 4) M <= O > U <= N = T
So, M < O or O < M is true. Again U <= T is true.


6. 2
7. 5
8. 4
9. 1
10. 3




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