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Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions below:
There are seven players i.e. A, B, C, D, E, F and G who live in a seven storey building but not necessarily in same order lowermost floor of building is numbered 1, one above that is numbered 2 and so on till top most floor which is numbered 7. They all belongs to different team i.e. M, N, O, P, Q, R and S but not necessarily in the same order. They all play different games i.e. Cricket, Kho-Kho, Kabaddi, Hockey, Football and Rugby but not necessarily in the same Order. Cricket is played by two players.
E lives above the one who plays Rugby. F belongs to team Q and he lives on an even numbered floor below the floor of the one who belongs to team R. B plays Football. There are two players who plays cricket and both of them lives on an odd numbered floor. The player who plays Kho-Kho belongs to team S. G lives on an even numbered floor immediately above the one who plays Kabaddi. There are only three player’s lives between the players who plays cricket. There are as many as floor above the one who plays Rugby as below him. E plays Hockey and lives immediately below the one who plays cricket. D plays Kabaddi and lives on a floor below the floor of the one who play’s Rugby. B belongs to team N. F does not play Cricket. A lives above C and belongs to team M. D belongs to team P. C does not belongs to team S. G does not play Rugby.

Q1. Who among the following plays Rugby?
(a) A
(b) F
(c) The one who belongs to team Q
(d) C
(e) Both (b) and (c)

Q2. Who among the following lives on 3rd floor?
(a) A
(b) B
(c) E
(d) C
(e) None of these

Q3. The one plays Hockey lives on which floor?
(a) 7th
(b) 4th
(c) 6th
(d) 2nd
(e) 3rd

Q4. The one who plays cricket belong to which team?
(a) Team P
(b) Team O
(c) Team Q
(d) Team R
(e) Team S

Q5. If A is related to Football in the same way F is related to Kho-Kho then following the same pattern C is related to?
(a) Kabaddi
(b) Cricket
(c) Rugby
(d) Football
(e) Hockey

Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions below:
Input: 22 90 Are Home Street Both 45 34 65 Titan 12 All Risen
Step I: All 22 90 Are Home Street Both 45 34 65 Titan Risen 12
Step II: All Are 90 Home Street Both 45 34 65 Titan Risen 22 12
Step III: All Are Both 90 Home Street 45 65 Titan Risen 34 22 12
Step IV: All Are Both Home 90 Street 65 Titan Risen 45 34 22 12
Step V: All Are Both Home Risen 90 Street Titan 65 45 34 22 12
Step VI: All Are Both Home Risen Street Titan 90 65 45 34 22 12
Step VI is the last step of the above arrangement as the intended arrangement is obtained. As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate steps for the given input.
Input: Tear 10 31 Strong 34 20 Ink Bird Ankle Knife 45 76 56

Q6. What is the position of '45' in Step III?
(a) Seventh from the right end
(b) Fifth from the left end
(c) Sixth from the left end
(d) Sixth from the right end
(e) Seventh from the left end

Q7. Which of the following is fifth element from the left end in step V?
(a) 45
(b) Knife
(c) Strong
(d) 76
(e) None of these

Q8. Which of the following would be the step III after arrangement?
(a) Ankle Bird Knife Ink Tear Strong 45 34 76 56 31 20 10
(b) Ankle Bird Ink Tear Strong 34 Knife 45 76 10 56 31 20.
(c) Ankle Bird Knife Ink Tear Strong 45 20 34 76 56 31 10
(d) Ankle Bird Knife Ink Tear Strong 34 45 76 56 31 20 10
(e) Ankle Bird Ink Tear Strong 34 Knife 45 76 56 31 20 10

Q9. How many step required completing the above arrangement?
(a) Four
(b) Five
(c) Six
(d) Seven
(e) Three

Q10. In which step the elements ‘Strong Tear 76’ found in the same order?
(a) Step 3
(b) Step 4
(c) Step 5
(d) Step 2
(e) Step 1

Direction (11-15): In the questions below are given some conclusions followed by five set of statements. You have to choose the correct set of statements that logically satisfies given conclusions either definitely or possibly. Assume the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.

Q11. Conclusions:
Some buses are being cars is a possibility
Some cycles are being buses is a possibility
Statements:
Statements – 1: All cars are vans. Some buses are vans. No cycle is bus.
Statements – 2: All cars are vans. No bus is van. All cycles are cars.
Statements – 3: Some cars are vans. Some bus are vans. No cycle is bus
Statements – 4: Some cars are vans. Some bus are vans. No cycle is bus
Statements – 5: Some cars are vans. Some bus are vans. All cycles are cars
(a) Only Statements – 1
(b) Statements 2 & 3
(c) Only Statements - 3 & 4
(d) Only Statements – 4
(e) Only Statements – 5

Q12. Conclusions:
All Rooms are Roofs is a possibility.
No Room is Window.
Statements:
Statements – 1: No Door is Roof. Some Walls are Roofs. All Window are Rooms. No Room is Roof
Statements – 2: All Doors are Roofs. Some Walls are Roofs. All Window are Walls. No Room is Wall
Statements – 3: Some Doors are Roofs. Some Walls are Roofs. All Window are Rooms. No Room is Wall
Statements – 4: All Doors are Roofs. Some Walls are Roofs. All Window are Walls. No Room is Roof
Statements – 5: All Doors are Roofs. Some Walls are Roofs. All Window are Rooms. No Room is Wall
(a) Only Statements – 1
(b) Only Statements – 2
(c) Only Statements – 3
(d) Only Statements – 4
(e) Only Statements – 5

Q13. Conclusions:
Some Cats are Dogs.
Some Rats are Dogs.
Statements:
Statements – 1: Some Pets are Cats. All Cats are Rats. No Rat is Animal. No Dog is a Rat.
Statements – 2: All Pets are Cats. All Cats are Rats. No Rat is Animal. All Dogs are Cats.
Statements – 3: Some Pets are Cats. All Cats are Rats. No Rat is Animal. Some Dogs are Animals.
Statements – 4: All Pets are Cats. All Cats are Rats. No Rat is Animal. Some Dogs are Pets.
Statements – 5: All Pets are Cats. All Cats are Rats. No Rat is Animal. Some Dogs are Animals.
(a) Only Statements – 2 and 4
(b) Only Statements – 2 and 3
(c) Only Statements – 1 and 2
(d) Only Statements – 1 and 3
(e) Only Statements – 1 and 5

Q14. Conclusions:
Some Ball are football.
All Bat being ball is a possibility.
Statements:
Statements – 1: No football is ball. Some Ball are wicket. No Football is Bat.
Statements – 2: Some football are Ball. Some Ball are wicket. No Bat is ball.
Statements – 3: All football are Ball. Some Ball are wicket. No Football is Bat.
Statements – 4: Some football are Ball. All Ball are wicket. No Bat is ball.
Statements – 5: No football is ball. All Ball are wicket. No Football is Bat.
(a) Only Statements – 1
(b) Both Statements – 2 and 3
(c) Both Statements – 3 and 4
(d) Only Statements – 3
(e) Only Statements – 5

Q15. Conclusions:
All Red being Blues is a possibility.
All Greens being Blues is a possibility.
Statements:
Statements – 1: All Greens are Red. No Red is Blue. All Blacks are Blues.
Statements – 2: All Greens are Red. No Red is Black. All Blacks are Blues
Statements – 3: Some Greens are Red. No Red is Blue. All Blacks are Blues
Statements – 4: No Green is Blue. No Red is Black. All Blacks are Blues
Statements – 5: Some Greens are Red. No Red is Black. No Green is Blue
(a) Only Statements – 1
(b) Only Statements – 2
(c) Both Statements – 3 and 4
(d) Only Statements – 5 and 1
(e) Both Statements – 3 and 5

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