(a) 23 km
(b) 20 km
(c) 15 km
(d) 5 km
(e) None of these
Q2. In a certain code ‘lee ra de’ means ‘what was it’, ‘mo nil’ means ‘you go’, ‘nil pom ra’ means ‘you like it’ and ‘tok lee to’ means ‘she was sick’. Then ‘what you like’ is code for which of the following?
(a) pom nil ra
(b) pom ra lee
(c) nil ra lee
(d) Data inadequate
(e) None of these
Q3. In a picture gallery, Pointing to a photograph, Ramesh said,” She is the daughter of my grandfather’s only son”
Then how is that photographed is related to Ramesh?
Q4. If Parteek is facing towards south direction, then turn 45 degree clockwise, and at last turn 225 degree anticlockwise, then find out in which direction, he is facing now?
(a) North East
(b) South east
Q5. Pointing to a photograph, Rashmi, who is female, said,” He is the nephew of my maternal uncle whose only sister has only one son. In this family, there is only four member”. Then how Rashmi is related to that Photographed?
Directions (6-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions.
There are seven friends i.e. M, N, P, Q, R, S and T who have seated on a bench and facing towards South direction. They like different subjects i.e. Biology, Physics, Math, Chemistry, English, Hindi and Sanskrit. P sits 2nd right of T. S does not like Math. There is one friend in between P and Q. M sits immediate right of R, who sits at extreme end. The one who likes Physics sits 3rd left to N, who likes Hindi. T sits at 3rd position from left end. The one who likes English sits at extreme end and immediate neighbor of N. The one who likes Sanskrit sits 2nd left of Q. M does not like Biology and Math.
Q6. Who among the following sits immediate right of S?
Q7. Who among the following sits at extreme right end of this bench?
Q8. How many friends sit between M and N?
(c) No one
Q9. Who among the following likes Chemistry?
Q10. If Hindi is related to S and English is related to P, then Physics is related to which friend?
Directions (11-15): Each question consists of some statements followed by two conclusions I and II. Consider the statements to be true even if they are in variance with the commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements using all the statements together. Mark your answer as –
(a) If only conclusion I follows.
(b) If only conclusion II follows.
(c) If either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
(d) If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.
(e) If both conclusion I and conclusion II follow.
Q11. Statements: All E are F.
All G are H.
No G is F.
I. All E are H is a possibility.
II. F which can be H are also a part of G.
Q12. Statements: Some M are N.
All N are O.
Some M are not P.
I. All P are N is a possibility.
II. All M are O is a possibility.
Q13. Statements: All C are D.
All E are C.
All D are F.
I. All F are E is a possibility.
II. Some F which are C are also a part of E.
Q14. Statements: Some dogs are cats.
All cats are bottles.
All dogs are glasses.
I. Some dogs are not bottles.
II. All glasses are bottles is a possibility.
Q15. Statements: All W are X.
Some X are Y.
All Y are Z.
I. Some Z which are X, can be a part of W.
II. No Y is W is a possibility.