LIC AAO Mains Reasoning Ability Quiz: 10th June

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LIC AAO Mains Reasoning Ability Quiz: 10th June

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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): Study the information carefully and answer the question given below.

Different companies are coming in Hindu College of Delhi University where eight friends are placed. friends are P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W placed in different companies viz. Adda247, Career power, Metis, at a different position namely, Content writer, DTP operator, Team leader, Manager and Vice president. They have different brands of laptops viz. Dell, Lenovo, Samsung, Sony and Apple. Not more than three friends placed in the same company. Not more than two members have same laptops and placed in the same position. P and R are in the same company and are the only two placed in that company. They have different laptops from each other and similar laptops other than them. The only one member having Apple laptops placed as a Team leader and no other member placed as a Team leader and is not U. S has Lenovo but doesn’t placed in Career power. Q and W has same laptops. The members having Dell placed as a Content writer. No member having Sony or Samsung is a Vice president and there is only one vice president. U doesn’t have Sony or Lenovo. Two members out of three placed in Career power placed at same position and no members other than them placed in the same company and on the same position as well and in any case is not T. they have different laptops. W placed in Metis. The members who are Managers have Sony and Samsung laptops and one of them is R. P is not a Manager. R and V don’t have same laptops. There are only two manager. Q doesn’t have Samsung laptop. W is the manager. 

Q1. Who among them has Samsung laptops?



W
Q
U
R
Both (C) and (D)
Solution:
Q2. If T has Dell laptop then V placed as?
Manager
Team leader
Content writer
DTP operator
None of these
Solution:
Q3. Which of the following laptops is owned by W?

Sony
Samsung
Lenovo
Apple
None of these
Solution:
Q4. Who among the following is a DTP operator?
The one who placed in company Career power.
The one who has Samsung
The one who has Sony
All of the above
None of these
Solution:
Q5. Who among the following placed in company Career power?
P, R
V, T
P, Q,V
Q,U,V
Data inadequate
Solution:
Directions (6-8): Read the following information carefully to answer the following questions 
‘1 # 9’ means ‘1 is the daughter of 9’ 
‘1 © 9’ means ‘9 is the brother of 1’ 
‘1 $ 9’ means ‘9 is the sister of 1’ 
‘1 & 9’ means ‘1 is the son of 9’ 
‘1 * 9’ means ‘1 is the father of 9’ 
‘1 @ 9’ means ‘1 is the mother of 9’ 

Q6. Which of the following indicates that ‘A is the maternal uncle of S’?
A & M # P @ K © S
A & M & K @ P © S
S & K & P @ M © A
S & P # M @ K © A
None of these
Solution:
Q7. What does the expression ‘A @ M $ L © D &N’?
N is the wife of A
M is the son of N
M is the daughter of N
N is the husband of A
None of these
Solution:
Q8. Which of the following indicates ‘M is the daughter of S’?
M * A # R @ S @ T
S * A # R @ M @ T
Y @ S # O * M
Y © M $ T # S
None of these.
Solution:
Q9. Who has got highest marks among A, B, C, D and E?
I. D has got greater marks than A and less than C. Also B has got greater marks than A and less than E.
II. E has got less marks than C and greater than B and D. A has got the lowest marks.
If the data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.
If the data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
If the data given in both I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
Solution:
If the data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.
1st alone does not answer.
Q10. A, B, C, D, and E are sitting in a row facing north. Who among them is in the middle?
I. C is sitting on the immediate right of the one who is sitting on the immediate right of B
II. C and E always sit together with a condition that one of them will necessarily occupy the right end.
If the data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.
If the data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
If the data given in both I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
Solution:
If the data given in both I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
From I : No relation
From II : Only C and E can be placed, so in the middle A or B or D.
Directions (11-15): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions. 
A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges victory following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input: 42 Abate fade 64 6 king 9 victory pickup 81 turtle 8 really 4 loyalty 
Step I: Abate 4 42 fade 64 6 king 9 victory pickup 81 turtle 8 really loyalty
Step II: Abate 4 fade 6 42 64 king 9 victory pickup 81 turtle 8 really loyalty
Step III: Abate 4 fade 6 king 9 42 64 victory pickup 81 turtle 8 really loyalty
Step IV: Abate 4 fade 6 king 9 loyalty 8 42 64 victory pickup 81 turtle really
Step V: Abate 4 fade 6 king 9 loyalty 8 pickup 64 42 victory 81 turtle really
Step VI: Abate 4 fade 6 king 9 loyalty 8 pickup 64 really 42 victory 81 turtle
Step VII: Abate 4 fade 6 king 9 loyalty 8 pickup 64 really 42 turtle 81 victory
And step VII is the last step of the above input: as the desired arrangement is obtained. As per rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Input: neon 17 silent 625 human 15 196 Prior 25 River 256 3 Level 20 west

Q11. How many steps will be required to complete the rearrangement?
Six
Seven
Eight
Five
None of these
Solution:
The machine
rearranges one word and one number in each step. The words are arranged in
alphabetical order while in case of numbers, perfect square and Non-perfect
Square come in each alternate step in ascending order.
Input: neon 17 silent 625 human 15 196 Prior 25 River 256 3 Level 20
west
Step I: human 25 neon 17 silent 625 15 196 Prior River 256 3 Level 20
west
Step II: human 25 Level 3 neon 17 silent 625 15 196 Prior River 256 20
west
Step III: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 17 silent 625 15
Prior River 256 20 west
Step IV: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 17 silent 625 River 256 20
west
Step V: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 17 silent 625 20
west
Step VI: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 silent 17 625 20
west
Step VII: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 silent 17 west
625 20
Q12. Which of the following will be Step IV?
human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 17 silent 625 20 west
human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 17 silent 625 River 256 20 west
human 25 Level 3 neon 196 17 silent 625 15 Prior River 256 20 west
human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 silent 17 625 River 256 20 west
None of these
Solution:
The machine rearranges one word and one number in each step. The words are arranged in alphabetical order while in case of numbers, perfect square and Non-perfect Square come in each alternate step in ascending order.
Input: neon 17 silent 625 human 15 196 Prior 25 River 256 3 Level 20 west
Step I: human 25 neon 17 silent 625 15 196 Prior River 256 3 Level 20 west
Step II: human 25 Level 3 neon 17 silent 625 15 196 Prior River 256 20 west
Step III: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 17 silent 625 15 Prior River 256 20 west
Step IV: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 17 silent 625 River 256 20 west
Step V: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 17 silent 625 20 west
Step VI: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 silent 17 625 20 west
Step VII: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 silent 17 west 625 20
Q13. Which of the following steps would be the last but one?
Step V
Step VI
Step IV
Step VII
None of these
Solution:
The machine rearranges one word and one number in each step. The words are arranged in alphabetical order while in case of numbers, perfect square and Non-perfect Square come in each alternate step in ascending order.
Input: neon 17 silent 625 human 15 196 Prior 25 River 256 3 Level 20 west
Step I: human 25 neon 17 silent 625 15 196 Prior River 256 3 Level 20 west
Step II: human 25 Level 3 neon 17 silent 625 15 196 Prior River 256 20 west
Step III: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 17 silent 625 15 Prior River 256 20 west
Step IV: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 17 silent 625 River 256 20 west
Step V: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 17 silent 625 20 west
Step VI: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 silent 17 625 20 west
Step VII: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 silent 17 west 625 20

Q14. If in Step III ‘human’ is related to ‘neon’ and ‘25’ is related to ‘196’ in certain way, following the same way ‘Level’ is related to which of the following ?

17
neon
silent
15
None of these
Solution:
The machine rearranges one word and one number in each step. The words are arranged in alphabetical order while in case of numbers, perfect square and Non-perfect Square come in each alternate step in ascending order.
Input: neon 17 silent 625 human 15 196 Prior 25 River 256 3 Level 20 west
Step I: human 25 neon 17 silent 625 15 196 Prior River 256 3 Level 20 west
Step II: human 25 Level 3 neon 17 silent 625 15 196 Prior River 256 20 west
Step III: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 17 silent 625 15 Prior River 256 20 west
Step IV: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 17 silent 625 River 256 20 west
Step V: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 17 silent 625 20 west
Step VI: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 silent 17 625 20 west
Step VII: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 silent 17 west 625 20
Q15. What is the position of ‘silent’ in Step IV?
Sixth from left
Sixth from right
Fifth from left
Fifth from right
None of these
Solution:
The machine rearranges one word and one number in each step. The words are arranged in alphabetical order while in case of numbers, perfect square and Non-perfect Square come in each alternate step in ascending order.
Input: neon 17 silent 625 human 15 196 Prior 25 River 256 3 Level 20 west
Step I: human 25 neon 17 silent 625 15 196 Prior River 256 3 Level 20 west
Step II: human 25 Level 3 neon 17 silent 625 15 196 Prior River 256 20 west
Step III: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 17 silent 625 15 Prior River 256 20 west
Step IV: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 17 silent 625 River 256 20 west
Step V: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 17 silent 625 20 west
Step VI: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 silent 17 625 20 west
Step VII: human 25 Level 3 neon 196 Prior 15 River 256 silent 17 west 625 20
               



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