Direction (1-5): Ten people A, B, C, D, E, P, Q, R, S and T lives in a building with four floors. Each floor has 3 flats - flat 1, flat 2, flat 3 in the same order from left to right. Ground floor is numbered floor 1 and top most floor is floor 4. Each flat is built in such a way that Flat 1 of floor 2 is just above Flat 1 of floor 1 and so on.
The two flats in which no one lives are on even numbered floor and in even numbered flat. A does not live on even numbered floor and even numbered flat. Q lives in the flat just above B. The flat between E and R is vacant and E lives in one of the flat above R. P lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the left of R. T and S lives on the same floor and no one else is living with them on that floor. A lives on a floor just above Q’s floor and the C live on one of the floor on which one flat is vacant. T and C both lives in the flat which is numbered 1.

Q1. Who is living just above R?
(a) E
(b) A
(c) D
(d) T
(e) No one

Q2. Which of the following statement is true about A?
(a) A lives on an even numbered flat
(b) E is the immediate neighbour of A
(c) A lives on a floor on which one flat is vacant
(d) None is true
(e) A and Q lives on the same floor

Q3. Which of the following lives on the ground floor?
(a) A
(b) C
(c) P
(d) Q
(e) both (a) & (c)

Q4. Which of the following does not belong to a certain group?
(a) D
(b) P
(c) Q
(d) R
(e) S

Q5. Who is living in flat 1 on floor 4?
(a) T
(b) S
(c) No one
(d) A
(e) Q

Directions (6-10): In each of these questions two Conclusions have been given followed by 5 sets of possible Statements. You have to take the given Conclusions to be true even if they seem to be at variance with the commonly known facts and then decide for the given Conclusions logically follows from the which of the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Q6. Conclusion: No toxics are Injection and some Injections are Glucose.

(a) Statements: All glucose are medicine. Some medicine are toxic. Some toxic are injection. All injections are insulin.
(b) Statements: Some toxic are insulin. Some insulin are medicine. All medicines are Injections. Some medicines are Glucose.
(c) Statements: All toxic are insulin. Some insulin are medicine. Some medicines are Injections. All medicines are Glucose.
(d) Statements: All Glucose are Injections. Some Injections are medicine. All injections are insulin. Some insulin are toxic
(e) Statements: All Glucose are Injections. Some Injections are medicine. All injections are insulin. No insulin is toxic

Q7. Conclusion: At least some amounts are costs. All amounts being prices is a possibility.

(a) Statements: Some costs are prices. Some prices are amounts. All amounts are expenses
(b) Statements: Some prices are costs. Some costs are amounts. All amounts are expenses.
(c) Statements: Some prices are costs. Some costs are amounts. All amounts are expenses. No Expenses is Price.
(d) Statements: Some amounts are prices. Some prices are expenses. Some expenses are Costs.
(e) Statements: All Costs are Prices. No prices are expenses. All expenses are Amount.

Q8. Conclusion: Some celebrations are rejections. No invitation is an attraction.

(a) Statements: All invitations are rejections. Some invitations are celebrations. Some rejection are attraction.
(b) Statements: All invitations are rejections. Some invitations are celebrations. No Celebration is an attraction.
(c) Statements: All invitations are rejections. Some invitations are celebrations. No rejection is an attraction.
(d) Statements: Some invitations are rejections. Some invitations are celebrations. No rejection is an attraction.
(e) Statements: All invitations are rejections. All invitations are celebrations. All rejection is an attraction.

Q9. Conclusion: All woods being metals is a possibility. All metals being Alloys is a possibility.

(a) Statements: Some metals are liquid. Some liquid are alloys. No Metal is an alloy.
(b) Statements: All metals are liquid. All liquid are alloys. No Liquid is a wood.
(c) Statements: No metal is liquid. All liquid are alloys. No alloy is a wood.
(d) Statements: Some metals are liquid. All liquid are alloys. No alloy is a wood.
(e) Statements: Some metals are liquid. All liquid are alloys. Some woods are not metals.

Q10. Conclusion: All pens being caps is a possibility. At least Some Caps are Papers.

(a) Statements: No paper is cap. All color are papers. Some papers are pens.
(b) Statements: No pen is color. All color are papers. No paper is cap.
(c) Statements: No pen is paper. All color are papers. No paper is cap.
(d) Statements: No pen is color. All color are papers. Some papers are caps.
(e) Statements: No pen is color. No color is paper. Some colors are caps.