LIC AAO Mains Reasoning Ability Quiz: 8th June

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LIC AAO Mains Reasoning Ability Quiz: 8th June

Reasoning Questions for LIC AAO MAINS 2019

Life Insurance Corporation (LIC), one of the major insurance sector which attracts most of the government job aspirants has LIC AAO mains on 28th June this year. This exam will be followed by an interview so no more online exams. Preparations for the exams are already on track and to speed up the process that too with accuracy. Here is a quiz on Reasoning Ability being provided by Adda247 for free to let you practice the best of latest pattern Reasoning Questions . To score best in this section, all you need is to practice as much as you can from the previous year questions and practice sets provided.




Directions (1-5): Read the following information and answer the questions that follow: 
Seven persons P, Q, R, S, T, U and V attend workshop for developing managerial skills in seven different companies namely Accenture, HCL, TCS, Infosys, Tata, Tech Mahindra and Amdocs on different days of the week from Monday to Sunday and also they like some fruits viz.- Apple, Orange, Mango, Pineapple, Guava, Strawberry and Banana. The order of persons, companies, fruits and days of the week are not necessarily in the same order.
R attends workshop in Company Accenture but not on Tuesday. V attends workshop on Monday but not in TCS and Amdocs. U attends workshop in Tata on Friday. The one who works in Accenture likes Guava. Q attends workshop in Infosys on Wednesday. Two people attend workshop on the days between the days on which one who likes Guava and the one who likes Strawberry attend workshop. S, who likes Strawberry does not attend workshop in Accenture or TCS and attends workshop on the next day of the day on which T attends workshop, who attends the workshop in Tech Mahindra. The one who likes Pineapple attends workshop on the day just before the day on which R attends the workshop and three people attend the workshop on the days between the days on which the one who likes Apple and the one who likes Banana attend the workshop. The one who likes Orange attends workshop just before the day on which the one who likes Apple attends the workshop. The one who likes Mango attends workshop after the day on which the person who likes Apple attends the workshop.

Q1. Which of the following combinations of person-company-day and fruit is correct?



V-HCL-Wednesday-Mango
P-HCL-Monday-Orange
V-TCS-Monday-Guava
V-Amdocs-Sunday-Strawberry
None of These
Solution:
Þ    Sol. According to the definite conditions of the questions, the arrangement is-
Þ    It is given that R does not attend workshop on Tuesday so R can attend
workshop on Thursday or Saturday or Sunday.
Þ    According to the question, the one who likes Pineapple attends workshop on
the day just before the day on which R attends the workshop and  three people attend the workshop between the
days on which the one who likes mango and the one who likes banana attend
workshop.
Þ    The person who likes orange attends workshop just before the day on which
the one who likes apple attends the workshop and the one who likes mango
attends workshop after the day on which the one who likes apple attends the
workshop.
Þ    So, three conditions are applied on all the possible arrangements of R.
Þ    In the first arrangement, when R attends workshop on Saturday. So U likes
pineapple
Þ    According to the condition, two persons attend workshop between the days on
which the one who likes Guava & the one who likes Strawberry attend
workshop that means two people attend workshop between the days on which R and
S attend.
Þ    So, S attends workshop on Monday but it is given that V attends workshop on
Monday. So this arrangement is not possible
Þ    In the second arrangement, when R attends workshop on Sunday. so S attends
workshop on Wednesday but it is given that U attends workshop on Wednesday. So This arrangement is also not possible
Þ    In the third arrangement, R attends workshop on Thursday so S attends
workshop on Sunday. Q likes pineapple.
Þ    R = Thursday       hence
P = Tuesday
S = Sunday                                  
T = Saturday
Þ    According to the given condition, V likes orange, P likes Apple, T likes
Banana and it is given the one who likes mango attends workshop after the day
on which the one who likes apple attends workshop. So it can be any day after
Tuesday. Only one person remains so U likes Mango.
Þ    As V does not attend workshop in TCS and Amdocs. So V attends workshop in
HCL
Þ    As S does not attend workshop in Accenture & TCS .so S attends workshop
in Amdocs.
Þ    Hence P attends workshop in TCS.
 
Q2. R attends the workshop on which day?

Saturday
Sunday
Tuesday
Thursday
None of These
Solution:
Þ    Sol. According to the definite conditions of the questions, the arrangement is-
Þ    It is given that R does not attend workshop on Tuesday so R can attend workshop on Thursday or Saturday or Sunday.
Þ    According to the question, the one who likes Pineapple attends workshop on the day just before the day on which R attends the workshop and  three people attend the workshop between the days on which the one who likes mango and the one who likes banana attend workshop.
Þ    The person who likes orange attends workshop just before the day on which the one who likes apple attends the workshop and the one who likes mango attends workshop after the day on which the one who likes apple attends the workshop.
Þ    So, three conditions are applied on all the possible arrangements of R.
Þ    In the first arrangement, when R attends workshop on Saturday. So U likes pineapple
Þ    According to the condition, two persons attend workshop between the days on which the one who likes Guava & the one who likes Strawberry attend workshop that means two people attend workshop between the days on which R and S attend.
Þ    So, S attends workshop on Monday but it is given that V attends workshop on Monday. So this arrangement is not possible
Þ    In the second arrangement, when R attends workshop on Sunday. so S attends workshop on Wednesday but it is given that U attends workshop on Wednesday. So This arrangement is also not possible
Þ    In the third arrangement, R attends workshop on Thursday so S attends workshop on Sunday. Q likes pineapple.
Þ    = Thursday       hence P = Tuesday
= Sunday                                  
= Saturday
Þ    According to the given condition, V likes orange, P likes Apple, T likes Banana and it is given the one who likes mango attends workshop after the day on which the one who likes apple attends workshop. So it can be any day after Tuesday. Only one person remains so U likes Mango.
Þ    As V does not attend workshop in TCS and Amdocs. So V attends workshop in HCL
Þ    As S does not attend workshop in Accenture & TCS .so S attends workshop in Amdocs.
Þ    Hence P attends workshop in TCS.
 
Q3. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?
V
Infosys
Amdocs
U
Accenture
Solution:
Þ    Sol. According to the definite conditions of the questions, the arrangement is-
Þ    It is given that R does not attend workshop on Tuesday so R can attend workshop on Thursday or Saturday or Sunday.
Þ    According to the question, the one who likes Pineapple attends workshop on the day just before the day on which R attends the workshop and  three people attend the workshop between the days on which the one who likes mango and the one who likes banana attend workshop.
Þ    The person who likes orange attends workshop just before the day on which the one who likes apple attends the workshop and the one who likes mango attends workshop after the day on which the one who likes apple attends the workshop.
Þ    So, three conditions are applied on all the possible arrangements of R.
Þ    In the first arrangement, when R attends workshop on Saturday. So U likes pineapple
Þ    According to the condition, two persons attend workshop between the days on which the one who likes Guava & the one who likes Strawberry attend workshop that means two people attend workshop between the days on which R and S attend.
Þ    So, S attends workshop on Monday but it is given that V attends workshop on Monday. So this arrangement is not possible
Þ    In the second arrangement, when R attends workshop on Sunday. so S attends workshop on Wednesday but it is given that U attends workshop on Wednesday. So This arrangement is also not possible
Þ    In the third arrangement, R attends workshop on Thursday so S attends workshop on Sunday. Q likes pineapple.
Þ    = Thursday       hence P = Tuesday
= Sunday                                  
= Saturday
Þ    According to the given condition, V likes orange, P likes Apple, T likes Banana and it is given the one who likes mango attends workshop after the day on which the one who likes apple attends workshop. So it can be any day after Tuesday. Only one person remains so U likes Mango.
Þ    As V does not attend workshop in TCS and Amdocs. So V attends workshop in HCL
Þ    As S does not attend workshop in Accenture & TCS .so S attends workshop in Amdocs.
Þ    Hence P attends workshop in TCS.
 
Q4. Which of the following persons, likes Orange?

T
S
U
R
V
Solution:
Þ    Sol. According to the definite conditions of the questions, the arrangement is-
Þ    It is given that R does not attend workshop on Tuesday so R can attend workshop on Thursday or Saturday or Sunday.
Þ    According to the question, the one who likes Pineapple attends workshop on the day just before the day on which R attends the workshop and  three people attend the workshop between the days on which the one who likes mango and the one who likes banana attend workshop.
Þ    The person who likes orange attends workshop just before the day on which the one who likes apple attends the workshop and the one who likes mango attends workshop after the day on which the one who likes apple attends the workshop.
Þ    So, three conditions are applied on all the possible arrangements of R.
Þ    In the first arrangement, when R attends workshop on Saturday. So U likes pineapple
Þ    According to the condition, two persons attend workshop between the days on which the one who likes Guava & the one who likes Strawberry attend workshop that means two people attend workshop between the days on which R and S attend.
Þ    So, S attends workshop on Monday but it is given that V attends workshop on Monday. So this arrangement is not possible
Þ    In the second arrangement, when R attends workshop on Sunday. so S attends workshop on Wednesday but it is given that U attends workshop on Wednesday. So This arrangement is also not possible
Þ    In the third arrangement, R attends workshop on Thursday so S attends workshop on Sunday. Q likes pineapple.
Þ    = Thursday       hence P = Tuesday
= Sunday                                  
= Saturday
Þ    According to the given condition, V likes orange, P likes Apple, T likes Banana and it is given the one who likes mango attends workshop after the day on which the one who likes apple attends workshop. So it can be any day after Tuesday. Only one person remains so U likes Mango.
Þ    As V does not attend workshop in TCS and Amdocs. So V attends workshop in HCL
Þ    As S does not attend workshop in Accenture & TCS .so S attends workshop in Amdocs.
Þ    Hence P attends workshop in TCS.
 
Q5. If V is related to Infosys-Mango in the same way as Q is related to Tata-Strawberry. Following the same pattern, find out P is related to which of the following?

Infosys-Mango
HCL-Pineapple
Accenture-Guava
TCS-Apple
Accenture-Banana
Solution:
Þ    Sol. According to the definite conditions of the questions, the arrangement is-
Þ    It is given that R does not attend workshop on Tuesday so R can attend workshop on Thursday or Saturday or Sunday.
Þ    According to the question, the one who likes Pineapple attends workshop on the day just before the day on which R attends the workshop and  three people attend the workshop between the days on which the one who likes mango and the one who likes banana attend workshop.
Þ    The person who likes orange attends workshop just before the day on which the one who likes apple attends the workshop and the one who likes mango attends workshop after the day on which the one who likes apple attends the workshop.
Þ    So, three conditions are applied on all the possible arrangements of R.
Þ    In the first arrangement, when R attends workshop on Saturday. So U likes pineapple
Þ    According to the condition, two persons attend workshop between the days on which the one who likes Guava & the one who likes Strawberry attend workshop that means two people attend workshop between the days on which R and S attend.
Þ    So, S attends workshop on Monday but it is given that V attends workshop on Monday. So this arrangement is not possible
Þ    In the second arrangement, when R attends workshop on Sunday. so S attends workshop on Wednesday but it is given that U attends workshop on Wednesday. So This arrangement is also not possible
Þ    In the third arrangement, R attends workshop on Thursday so S attends workshop on Sunday. Q likes pineapple.
Þ    = Thursday       hence P = Tuesday
= Sunday                                  
= Saturday
Þ    According to the given condition, V likes orange, P likes Apple, T likes Banana and it is given the one who likes mango attends workshop after the day on which the one who likes apple attends workshop. So it can be any day after Tuesday. Only one person remains so U likes Mango.
Þ    As V does not attend workshop in TCS and Amdocs. So V attends workshop in HCL
Þ    As S does not attend workshop in Accenture & TCS .so S attends workshop in Amdocs.
Þ    Hence P attends workshop in TCS.
 
Directions (6-10): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below. 
Seven persons are living in a seven floors building namely J, K, L, M, N, O and P but not necessary in the same order. They belong to different cities of India viz. Shimla, Agra, Meerut, Jaipur, Kanpur, Delhi and Rewa but not necessary in the same order. The ground floor is numbered 1, then the next floor is numbered 2 and till numbered 7.L sits on one of the odd number floors below the floor number 4. The person who lives on 4th floor belongs to Kanpur and L does not belong to Shimla and Delhi. The person who belongs to Meerut lives on an even number floor but not on the top floor. There are two persons live between L and K. J belongs to Delhi and lives on an odd numbered floor but not on the lowermost floor. There is only one person lives between K and O who does not belong to Meerut. There are three persons live between the person who belongs to Meerut and the person who belongs to Jaipur. The person who lives on topmost floor does not belong to Shimla. There is only one person lives between L and M who belongs to Rewa and lives below the person who belongs to Kanpur. There is only one person lives between P and the person who belongs to Kanpur. P lives below the person who belongs to Kanpur and P does not belong to Jaipur. There are same number of persons who live between K and O and between K and P.

Q6. On which floor does L live?



Third
Fourth
Fifth
First
Seventh
Solution:
Step-1:- L sits on one of the odd number floors below the floor
number 4. The person who lives on 4th floor belongs to Kanpur and L
does not belong to Shimla and Delhi. There should be two possible cases-
Step-2:- The person who belongs to Meerut lives on an even number
floorbut not on the top floor. There are two persons live between L and K.
Step-3:- There is only one person lives between K and O who does not
belongs to Meerut.
Step-4:- There are three persons live between the one who belongs to
Meerut and the person who belongs to Jaipur.
Step-5:- The person who lives on topmost floor does not belong to
Shimla. There is only one person lives between L and M, who belongs to Rewa,
who lives below the person who belongs to Kanpur. J belongs to Delhi and lives on
an odd numbered floor but not on the lowermost floor.  From this statement we can find the position
of J and position of the person who belongs to Shimla.
Step-6:- There is one person lives between P and the person who
belongs to Kanpur. P lives below the person who belongs to Kanpur and P does
not belong to Jaipur. There are same number of persons who live between K and O
and between K and P so Case-1 is eliminated and the final arrangement is-
Q7. How many floors are below the floor on which N lives?
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Solution:
Step-1:- L sits on one of the odd number floors below the floor number 4. The person who lives on 4th floor belongs to Kanpur and L does not belong to Shimla and Delhi. There should be two possible cases-
Step-2:- The person who belongs to Meerut lives on an even number floorbut not on the top floor. There are two persons live between L and K.
Step-3:- There is only one person lives between K and O who does not belongs to Meerut.
Step-4:- There are three persons live between the one who belongs to Meerut and the person who belongs to Jaipur.
Step-5:- The person who lives on topmost floor does not belong to Shimla. There is only one person lives between L and M, who belongs to Rewa, who lives below the person who belongs to Kanpur. J belongs to Delhi and lives on an odd numbered floor but not on the lowermost floor.  From this statement we can find the position of J and position of the person who belongs to Shimla.
Step-6:- There is one person lives between P and the person who belongs to Kanpur. P lives below the person who belongs to Kanpur and P does not belong to Jaipur. There are same number of persons who live between K and O and between K and P so Case-1 is eliminated and the final arrangement is-
Q8. Who among the following lives on the second floor when all the persons are arranged alphabetically from top to bottom?

K
M
N
O
P
Solution:
Step-1:- L sits on one of the odd number floors below the floor number 4. The person who lives on 4th floor belongs to Kanpur and L does not belong to Shimla and Delhi. There should be two possible cases-
Step-2:- The person who belongs to Meerut lives on an even number floorbut not on the top floor. There are two persons live between L and K.
Step-3:- There is only one person lives between K and O who does not belongs to Meerut.
Step-4:- There are three persons live between the one who belongs to Meerut and the person who belongs to Jaipur.
Step-5:- The person who lives on topmost floor does not belong to Shimla. There is only one person lives between L and M, who belongs to Rewa, who lives below the person who belongs to Kanpur. J belongs to Delhi and lives on an odd numbered floor but not on the lowermost floor.  From this statement we can find the position of J and position of the person who belongs to Shimla.

Step-6:- There is one person lives between P and the person who belongs to Kanpur. P lives below the person who belongs to Kanpur and P does not belong to Jaipur. There are same number of persons who live between K and O and between K and P so Case-1 is eliminated and the final arrangement is-
Q9. N belongs to which of the following city?

Agra
Shimla
Kanpur
Rewa
Meerut
Solution:
Step-1:- L sits on one of the odd number floors below the floor number 4. The person who lives on 4th floor belongs to Kanpur and L does not belong to Shimla and Delhi. There should be two possible cases-
Step-2:- The person who belongs to Meerut lives on an even number floorbut not on the top floor. There are two persons live between L and K.
Step-3:- There is only one person lives between K and O who does not belongs to Meerut.
Step-4:- There are three persons live between the one who belongs to Meerut and the person who belongs to Jaipur.
Step-5:- The person who lives on topmost floor does not belong to Shimla. There is only one person lives between L and M, who belongs to Rewa, who lives below the person who belongs to Kanpur. J belongs to Delhi and lives on an odd numbered floor but not on the lowermost floor.  From this statement we can find the position of J and position of the person who belongs to Shimla.
Step-6:- There is one person lives between P and the person who belongs to Kanpur. P lives below the person who belongs to Kanpur and P does not belong to Jaipur. There are same number of persons who live between K and O and between K and P so Case-1 is eliminated and the final arrangement is-
Q10. Which of the following is true regarding O?

O belongs to Agra and lives on 4th floor
O belongs to Shimla and lives on 8th floor
O belongs to Meerut and lives on 4th floor
O belongs to Kanpur and lives on 7th floor
None of these.
Solution:
Step-1:- L sits on one of the odd number floors below the floor number 4. The person who lives on 4th floor belongs to Kanpur and L does not belong to Shimla and Delhi. There should be two possible cases-
Step-2:- The person who belongs to Meerut lives on an even number floorbut not on the top floor. There are two persons live between L and K.
Step-3:- There is only one person lives between K and O who does not belongs to Meerut.
Step-4:- There are three persons live between the one who belongs to Meerut and the person who belongs to Jaipur.



































Step-5:- The person who lives on topmost floor does not belong to Shimla. There is only one person lives between L and M, who belongs to Rewa, who lives below the person who belongs to Kanpur. J belongs to Delhi and lives on an odd numbered floor but not on the lowermost floor.  From this statement we can find the position of J and position of the person who belongs to Shimla.

Step-6:- There is one person lives between P and the person who belongs to Kanpur. P lives below the person who belongs to Kanpur and P does not belong to Jaipur. There are same number of persons who live between K and O and between K and P so Case-1 is eliminated and the final arrangement is-
Directions (11-15): Study the information and answer the following questions: 
In a certain code language 
"the outcome was unusual" is coded as " O#O B#H V#V I#V" 
"public resentment against them" is coded as "I@N H#G F@G V@X"
"attack on military base" is coded as" B@V J@B O@M U@P "

Q11.What is the code for ‘assault’ in the given code language?



I#G
T#H
T@G
T#G
None of these
Solution:
Q12.What is the code for ‘meaningfully’ in the given code language?

H@B
F@A
F@B
F#B
None of these
Solution:
Q13.What may be the possible code for ‘dismantle’ in the given code language?

K#O
J#P
J@O
J#V
None of these
Solution:
Q14.What may be the possible code for ‘red becons’ in the given code language?

F#K F@H
F#W F#H
F#W F@H
F@W F@H
None of these
Solution:
Q15.What may be the code for ‘Indian democracy' in the given code language?
O@K F#B
O#M F#B
O@M F@B
O@M F#B
None of these
Solution:
               



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