TOD Reasoning




Directions (1-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F, and G likes different Sports car i.e. M, N, O, P, Q, R, and S, also they got different ranks in car racing from 1 to 7 (but not necessarily in the same order). They like different colour. Some of them like colours.

The one who like red and green did not get 3rd rank. A likes S but did not got 1st rank. The one who got 3rd rank likes N. F got last rank. D likes Q and got 4th rank. Either B or E got 6th rank. C likes red and E likes green. C is not the person who got 1st rank. The one who got 5th rank likes yellow colour. The one who got 2nd rank likes M. The one who likes P neither got 1st nor last rank. Neither E nor G likes car O and R.

Q1. B likes which of the following car?
O
Q
R
Either O or R
None of these
Solution:
(1-5)
(i) A likes S but did not got 1st rank. F got last rank. D likes Q and got 4th rank. Either B or E got 6th rank. C likes red and E likes green. The one who like red and green did not get 3rd rank. The one who got 3rd rank likes N, by concluding these conditions we get following possibilities.

(ii) C is not the person who got 1st rank, so E got 1st rank in case1 and G got 1st rank in case 2 and B got 1st rank in case 3. The one who got 5th rank likes yellow colour. So A likes yellow. The one who got 2nd rank likes M, so C got 2nd rank. The one who likes P neither got 1st nor last rank.

(iii) Neither E nor G likes either O and R, so case 1 and 2 will be eliminated and case 3 will be final answer.

Q2. Who among the following got 1st rank?
B
C
D
E
None of these

Q3. The one who got 6th rank likes which colour?
green
red
yellow
either (a) or (c)
None of these

Q4. The one who got 3rd rank likes which of the following car?
O
S
M
N
None of these

Q5. E got which of the following rank?
5th
6th
7th
3rd
None is true

Directions (6-10): In this question, two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II have been given. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from the commonly facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. 

 Q6. Statements: 
Some cats are dogs.
Some dogs are not hens.
No hen is a fofo.
Conclusions: 
I. Atleast some dogs are fofo is a possibility.
II. All cats being fofo is a possibility.
Only conclusion I is true
Only conclusion II is true
Either conclusion I or II is true
Both conclusions I and II is are true
Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Solution:

Q7. Statements: 
 No wallet is a purse.
Some purse are banks.
All banks are lappy.
 Conclusions: 
 I. Some purse are lappy.
II. All banks can never be wallets.
Only conclusion I is true
Only conclusion II is true
Either conclusion I or II is true
Both conclusions I and II are true
Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Solution:

Q8. Statements: 
 No rooms are papers.
No papers is pens.
 Some pens are copy.
 Conclusions: 
 I. Atleast some pens are papers.
II. No papers is a room.
Only conclusion I is true
Only conclusion II is true
Either conclusion I or II is true
Both conclusions I and II are true
Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Solution:

Q9. Statements: 
 Some cats are dogs.
 Some dogs are hens.
No cats is a fofo.
Conclusions: 
 I. Some cats are hens.
II. Some dogs are not fofo.
Only conclusion I is true
Only conclusion II is true
Either conclusions I or II is true
Both conclusions I and II are true
Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Solution:

Q10. Statements: 
 Some balls are bats.
Some bats are not wickets.
 Conclusions: 
 I. All wickets being balls is a possibility.
II. Some bats are not balls.
Only conclusion I is true
Only conclusion II is true
Either conclusions I or II is true
Both conclusions I and II are true
Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Solution:

Directions (11-15): In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark answer as

Q11. Statements: 

 A > B ≥ C < S, B > Q
Conclusions: 
 I. C < A
 II. A > Q
If only conclusion I follows.
If only conclusion II follows.
If either conclusion I or II follows.
If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
If both conclusions I and II follow.
Solution:
I. C < A (true)
II. A > Q (true)

Q12. Statements: 
 H ≤ I > F < A = B, Z < F > K
Conclusions: 
 I. K < B
 I. I > Z
If only conclusion I follows.
If only conclusion II follows.
If either conclusion I or II follows.
If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
If both conclusions I and II follow.
Solution:
I. K < B (true)
II. I > Z (true)

Q13. Statements: 
 C < Z > M > R, Z ≤ Q > T
 Conclusions: 
 I. T ≥ R
 II. R < T
If only conclusion I follows.
If only conclusion II follows.
If either conclusion I or II follows.
If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
If both conclusions I and II follow.
Solution:
I. T ≥ R (false)
II. R < T (false)

Q14. Statements: 
 S ≥ R > M, Y > M  ≥ Z
Conclusions: 
 I. S > Z
 II. Y < R
If only conclusion I follows.
If only conclusion II follows.
If either conclusion I or II follows.
If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
If both conclusions I and II follow.
Solution:
I. S > Z (true)
II. Y < R (false)

Q15. Statements: 
 Q ≥ B < Y = Z > M  > T
Conclusions: 
 I. Y > T
 II. Q < M
If only conclusion I follows.
If only conclusion II follows.
If either conclusion I or II follows.
If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
If both conclusions I and II follow.
Solution:
I. Y > T (true)
II. Q < M (false)