# Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1- 5): Study the following information

In a certain
code ‘
going
to market’
is
written as ‘ma pe ro’, ‘
going for walk’ is written as ‘pe jo ki’, ‘walk to market’ is written as ‘ma ki
ro’.

1. How is ‘going’ written in
that language?

(1) Ki
(2) pe
(3)
ma

(4) ro
(5) None of these

2. How is ‘market’ written in
that language?

(1) ma
(2)
ro

(3) pe
(4) ki
(5)
can’t be determined

3. How will be ‘walk for good’
be written in that language?

(1) Ki ma re
(2) ro pe jo
(3) ki jo
re

(4) ma se pe
(5) ro
jo  ki

4. What is the code for ‘for’?
(1) Pe
(2) ki
(3) ma
(4) ro
(5)
jo

5. What is the code for ‘walk’
in that language?

(1) Pe
(2)
Ki

(3)
ma

(4) ro
(5) jo

Directions
(6-10):
Each
of the questions below consists of a question, followed by two statements
numbered I and II. You have to decide whether the data provided in the
statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and
(I) If the data
in Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in
Statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
(II) If the data
in Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in
Statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
(III) If the
data given in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone is sufficient to
(IV) If the data
given in both the Statements I and II together is not sufficient to answer the
question.
(V) If the data
in both the Statements I and II together is necessary to answer the question.

6. How is X
related to Y?

Statements: I. Y and Z are children of D who is wife of X.
II.
R’s sister X is married to Y’s father.

7. How many
children are there between P and Q in a row of children?

Statements: I. P is fifteenth from the left in the row.

II.
Q is exactly in the middle and there are ten children towards his right.

8. What is
the code for ‘sky’ in the code language?

Statements: I. In the code language, ‘sky is clear’ is written as
‘de ra fa’.

II.
In the same code language, ‘make it clear’ is written as ‘de ga jo’.

9. The last
Sunday of March, 2006 fell on which date?

Statements: I. The first Sunday of that month fell on 5th.
II.
The last day of that month was Friday.

10. What will be the total weight of 10 poles, each
of the same weight?

Statements: I. One-fourth of the weight of each pole is 5 kg.
II.
The total weight of three poles is 20 kilograms more than the total weight of
two poles.

Solutions (1-5):
going – pe
market – ro/ma
walk  –   ki
for   –  jo
to  –  ma/ro

1.       (2)
2.       (5)
3.       (3)
4.       (5)
5.       (2)

Solutions (6-10):

6.       (3)
From Statement I we can say that X is the father of Y
From Statement II we can say that X is the mother of Y.

7.       (5)
From Statement I and II we can say that there are three children between P and Q.

8.       (4)
Even after combining statement I and II we cannot find the code of ‘sky’.

9.       (3)
From Statement I we can say that last Sunday of March fell on 26th.
From Statement II we can say that last Sunday of March fell on 26th.

10.   (3)
From Statement I
Weight of each pole=20 kg.
So weight of 10 poles=200 kg.
From Statement II
Let weight of each pole=x kg.
3x=2x+20
So x=20 kg (weight of each pole)

So weight of 10 poles=200 kg.