(Objective Questions) Reasoning Ability Sample Test Page 2

Objective Questions : Reasoning Ability Sample Test Page 2

 

26. Swaroop and Simple want to attend a seminar together between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. Simple cannot leave till after her lunch break which begins at 1.30 p.m. Swaroop is free after her meeting which ends at noon. For how many hours can the two of them attend the seminar?
(1) 3 ½ hours
(2) 2 ½ hours
(3) 4 ½ hours
(4) Cannot be determined
(5) None of these

 

27. How many pairs of letters are there in the word ANSWER each of which has as many letters between them in the word as there are in the English language?
(1) One
(2) Two
(3) Four
(4) Three
(5) None of these

 

28. Find the odd one out
(1) 2
(2) 7
(3) 11
(4) 13
(5) 9

 

29. If all the letters in the word MERCIFUL are rearranged in alphabetical order and substituted by the alphabet preceding them in the English alphabet what will be the new arrangement of letters?
(1) BDHEKLQT
(2) BDEHKLQT
(3) BDEHLKQT
(4) BDEJMLQT
(5) None of these

 

30. Out of 38 families in a housing society 5 subscribe to Hindi news-papers alone, 12 subscribe to both Hindi and Marathi newspapers. Find the number of Maranthi news-paper subscribers.
(1) 9
(2) 21
(3) 17
(4) Cannot be determined
(5) None of these

 

Directions (31-35): Below are given letters and their numeric codes. Below that are given some conditions to be followed while codifying the given letter groups in each question. Study them and find out the correct numeric coded form of the given letter group in each question. If none of the coded forms is correct, your answer will be (5) i.e. ‘None of these’.

Letters

M Q I N E Y U G R

Numeric Codes

2 5 3 7 1 8 4 6 9

Conditions:

(i) If the first and last letters are vowels both are to be coded as Ś.

(ii) If the second letter is a vowel and the third letter is a consonant a single code is to be used and both are to be coded jointly as %.

(iii) If the first letter is a consonant and the last letter is a vowel both are to be coded as?

 

31. ENIMY
(1) 1%28
(2) ?732?
(3) 17328
(4) ?7328
(5) None of these

 

32. GENIR
(1) ?173?
(2) 6%39
(3) 6%79
(4) 61739
(5) None of these

 

33. QUERI
(1) 5%93
(2) ?413?
(3) ?4139
(4) ?419?
(5) None of these

 

34. EINUM
(1) 1%72
(2) 0%42
(3) 1374?
(4) 1%43
(5) None of these

 

35. UNGRE
(1) Ś769 Ś
(2) 4769 Ś
(3) 47691
(4) Ś7691
(5) None of these

 

Directions (36-40): In each question below are two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Give answer (1) if only conclusion I follows.

Give answer (2) if only conclusion II follows.

Give answer (3) if either conclusion I or II follows.

Give answer (4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.

Give answer (5) if both conclusions I or II follow.

 

36. Statements: Some pencils are lead. All lead are ink

Conclusions:

I. Some ink are pencils.

II. All ink are lead.

 

37. Statements: Some ovens are refrigerator. Some refrigerators are ACs.

Conclusions:

I. Some ACs are ovens.

II. No. AC is oven.

 

38. Statements: All planes are birds. All birds are clouds.

Conclusions:

I. Some planes are clouds.

II. Some clouds are birds.

 

39. Statements: Some sweets are salt. No salt in spice.

Conclusions:

I.. Some sweets are spice.

II. No spice is salt.

 

40. Statements: Some papers are plastics. All papers are clothes.

Conclusions:

I. Some plastics are clothes.

II. Some plastics are papers.

 

Directions (41-45): Each of the following questions below consists a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide if the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both statements and:

Give answer (1) if the data in statements I alone is sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement II is not sufficient to answer the question.

Give answer (2) 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.

Give answer (3) if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.

Give answer (4) if the data in both the statements I and II are not sufficient to answer the question.

Give answer (5) if the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

 

41. How is ‘cricket’ written in a code language?

I. ‘Dinesh play cricket’ is written as ‘do si ha’.

II. ‘play cricket now’ is written as ‘ha si ma’.

 

42. Who is the oldest among L, M, N, O,P?

I. P is older than M and N but not O.

II. L is older than O.

 

43. When is Rahul’s birthday?

I. Rahul and Shivani are twins.

II. Rahul was born on the last day of February in a leap year.

 

44. What is the strength of the class?

I. Shekhar stood 28 ranks below the top ranker and Mahesh who stood 5 ranks below him stood last.

II. Jayesh was 9 ranks below Ramesh who stood 27th from the top.

 

45. How far does Shruti live from the school?

I. Shruti has to cycle 3 kms. To her friend Mina’s house which is 4 kms. From thee school.

II. Gitanjali lives exactly opposite the school and walks 2 kms. to reach Shruti’s house.

 

Directions (46-50): The following questions are based on the five three digit numbers given below:

972 526 487 359 251

 

46. If the positions of the firs and second digits are interchanged which of the following will be third if they are arranged in ascending order?

(1) 359

(2) 972

(3) 526

(4) 487

(5) 251

 

47. If 2 is added to the sum of the digits of each of the above numbers how many will be multiples of 5?

(1) None

(2) One

(3) Two

(4) Three

(5) None of these

 

48. If 1 is subtracted from the last digit of each of the above numbers the sum of the digits of how many of them are prime numbers?

(1) None

(2) Two

(3) One

(4) Three

(5) All five

 

49. If the digits in each of the above numbers are written in reverse order which will be the second highest number?

(1) 251

(2) 359

(3) 487

(4) 526

(5) 972

 

50. If the positions of the digits of each of the numbers are interchanged such that the first becomes second, second becomes third and third becomes firs, which, of the following will be the highest?

(1) 972

(2) 526

(3) 487

(4) 251

(5) 359

 

Answers

1. (3) 2. (5) 3. (2) 4. (2) 5. (2) 6. (3) 7. (4) 8. (2)

9. (1) 10. (1) 11. (4) 12. (3) 13. (2) 14. (1) 15. (5)

16. (4) 17. (2) 18. (5) 19. (1) 20. (5) 21. (3) 22. (4)

23. (1) 24. (2) 25. (3) 26. (1) 27. (2) 28. (5) 29. (2)

30. (5) 31. (3) 32. (2) 33. (4) 4. (5) 35. (1) 36. (1)

37. (3) 38. (5) 39. (2) 40. (5) 41. (4) 42. (5) 43. (2)

44. (1) 45. (3) 46. (1) 47. (4) 48. (3) 49. (3) 50. (5)

 

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