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REASONING ABILITY

Q.1-3. Following questions are based on the five four-digit numbers given below

4518    2849     3465     7831     2391     

Q.1.  If the positions of first and fourth digits in each number are interchanged, which of the second digit of third highest number thus formed?

(1) 1  (2) 4  (3) 8  (4) 9  (5) 6

Q.2.  If the first digit in all the numbers starting with an even digit is replaced by a number preceding it in number series, then which of the following will be the sum  of  the first digit of the resulting highest and the lowest numbers?
             
(1) 4  (2) 8  (3) 7  (4) 6  (5) 2                                                                                                       
Q.3.  If the positions of the second and the fourth digits in each number are interchanged, which of the following will be the second highest number thus  formed?
           
  (1) 2849  (2) 3465  (3) 7831  (4) 2391  (5) 4518                                                                                                 

Q.4-9.  Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below :
                                             
N S A Q @ 3  E C * G & U 1 M 7 Z 8 Y 9 K # F I V % 4 P

Q.4.  If all the numbers are dropped from the above arrangement, which of the following  will be the seventeenth from the left end?
             
(1) F  (2) P  (3) I   (4) C  (5) &

 Q.5.  Which of the following is the seventh to the right of the sixth to the left of V?
             
(1) 3  (2)A  (3) %  (4) S  (5) None of these

Q.6.  Which of the following is the eighth to the left of the fourteenth from the right end  of  the  above  arrangement?
             
 (1) V  (2) 3  (3) %  (4) E  (5) None of these

Q.7.  Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the  above  arrangement  and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to  that group?
           
(1) Q@C   (2) @3"   (3) NS@   (4) F I 4   (5) U19

Q.8.  How many such symbols are there in above arrangement, each of which is     immediately preceded by a number and immediately followed by an alphabet?
             
(1) None  (2) One  (3) Two  (4) Three  (5) More than three

Q.9.  How many such vowels are there in the above arrangement, each of which is  immediately preceded by a consonant and immediately followed by a number?
             
(1) Three  (2) One  (3) None  (4) Two  (5) None of these

 Q.10-15. In each of the questions below are given four statements followed by three  conclusions numbered I, II  and III. You have to take the given statements to be true  even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the  conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows. Give  answer-

Q.10.  Statements:     All means are cups. All cups are pins. Some cups are boxes. Some boxes are pins.                                                                                 
            
Conclusion : I. Some means are cups.  II. All pins are cups.  III. Some pins are boxes                                                          
(1) None follows.  (2) Only I follows.  (3) Only III follows.  (4) Only II and III follow.  (5) None of these

 Q.11.  Statements:  Some pencils are pens.  All pens are oats. All pencils are game. Some oats are trains.  
                                                                                      
Conclusions: (I) Some trains are pencils.  (II) Some pens are oats. (III) Some trains are game.                         
          
(1) Only I follows. (2) Only II follows.  (3) Only I and III follow.  (4) None follows.(5) All I, II and III follow.


 Q.12. Statements:  All socks are skirts. All brushes are roads.  All skirts are roads. All roads are cakes.  
                                                                
Conclusions: (I) All cakes are skirts. (II) All roads are brushes. (III) Some brushes are roads
           
(1) Only I follows. (2) Only III follows. (3) Only I and III follow. (4) All I, II and III follow. (5) None follows.

 Q.13. Statements:  Some spoons are plates. Some spoons are fishes. All plants are plates. All plants are crows.
         
Conclusions: I. Some crows are spoons. (II) All plates are crows (III) Some plants are spoons
           
(1) Only I follows.  (2) Only I and II follows. (3) None follows. (4) Only II and Ill follow.  (5) Either I or Ill follows.       

 Q:14. Statements: All eggs are hens. All pigeons are ducks. Some ducks are hens.  All sparrows are pigeons.                                                                          
       
Conclusions: (I) All sparrows are ducks (II) No egg is duck (III) All hens are sparrows.
       
(1) Only I follows. (2) Only I and II follow. (3) Only III follows. (4) Only I and III follow.  (5) All I, II and III follow.       

 Q.15.  Statements: No man is tiger. Some cats are lions. No tiger is cat. Some lions are tigers.                                                                                        
         
Conclusions: (I) Some tigers are cats (II) Some cats are man (III) Some lions are man.
             
(1) None follows. (2) Only III follows. (3) Only I and ll follow. (4) Only I follows. (5) Only II and III follow.       

Q.16-20. In the following questions, the symbols @, ©, $, % and * are used with the         following meaning as illustrated below:
                   
'K©J' means 'K is not smaller than J'.
'K* J' means 'K is not greater than J'.
'K@J' means 'K is neither greater than nor smaller than J'.
'K$J' means 'K is neither smaller than nor equal to J'.
'K%J' means 'K is neither greater than nor equal to J'.

Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true,  find which of the conclusions,I, II, Ill and IV given below them is/are definitely.true  and give your answers accordingly.

Q.16. Statements: P©0,0%L,0@ N,N*M
         
Conclusion: (I) M©L (II) N$0 (III) P*M (IV) 0@M

(1) Only II is true (2) Only I and II are true (3) Only I is true (4) Either I or II is true (5) None is true.

Q.17. Statements:  Z*A,A$X,X%W,W©V
         
Conclusions: (I) W $ Z  (II) A$W  (III) V % X  (IV) Z @ V

(1) Only I is true (2) Only either I or II is true (3) Only I and IV are true (4) None is true (5) Only IV is true.

 Q.18. Statements: U$K,K@1,1©H,H%G
         
Conclusions: (I) I%U (II) H*K (III) K©G (IV) H%U
            
(1) Only I, ll and IlI are true (2) Only I and II are true (3) Only III and IV are true (4) Only I, II and IV are true  (5) All are true.

 Q.19. Statements: T%S,S*R,R$Q,Q@P
         
Conclusions:(I) T%R (II)T%Q (III) P$R (IV) S*Q
          
(1) Only I is true (2) Only II is true (3) Only I, ll and III are true (4) Only either I or II and III are true (5) All are true.

Q.20. Statements: E@ D,  D % C,  C * B,  B $ A
         
Conclusions:(I) A$C (II) BE (Ill) D%B (IV) B@ D
            
(1) Only I and III are true (2) Only !I is true (3) Only III is true (4) None is true (5) Only III and IV are true.

 Q.21-25. In a certain code language some words are written in coded form which are given below:
       
`Every Day New Views' is written as 'CA TA PA LA'
`Day and Night Views' is written as `SA PA NA CA'
`Views are Every Night' is written as `SA LA BA PA'
'Night and New change' is written as `DATA NASA'
`change are bad Day' is written as 'CA UA BA DA'

Q.21. What is the code for 'bad'?
          
(1) CA  (2) BA  (3) DA  (4) UA  (5) None of these

 Q.22. What is the code for 'Day'?
          
(1) TA  (2) LA  (3) CA  (4) NA  (5) None of these

 Q.23. What is the code for 'Views'?
          
(1) SA  (2) PA  (3) LA  (4) BA  (5) None of these

 Q.24. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word 'NOTEPADSALAT' each of which has  as many letters between them in the word as they have between them in the  English alphabet?
       
(1) One  (2) Two  (3) Three  (4) Four  (5) More than four

Q.25. The position of how many digits in the number '763162489 will remain unchanged  after the digits are rearranged in descending order within the number from the  right?
       
(1) None  (2) Three  (3) Two  (4) One  (5) None of these

Q.26-30.The question given below contain two statements giving certain data. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question ? Mark answer -
       
(1) If statement I alone is sufficient but statement II alone is not sufficient. 
(2) If statement II alone is sufficient but statement I alone is not sufficient. 
(3) If each statement alone (either I or II) is sufficient. 
(4) If statement I and II together are not sufficient. 
(5) If both statement together are sufficient, but neither statement alone is sufficient.
         
Q.26.  On which floor of the building does P stay ? (the building has five floors — 1,2,3,4,5)
            
I.  P does not stay on an odd number floor.
II. P stays on a prime number floor.

Q.27.  If among four friends B is taller than C, who is the tallest among them ?
             
I.  A's height is less than B and C's height is more than D.
II. B is taller than D

Q.28. How many days' did Rajeev take to complete his assignment ?
           
I.  Surabhi correctly remembers that Rajeev took more than 6 days but less than 12  days to complete his assignment.
II. Surabhi correctly remembers that Rajeev took more than 9 days but less than 15  days to complete his assignment.

Q.29. How is the word 'SOUND' coded in the code language ?
          
I.  'MOUNT' is coded as '82501'.
II.  'DOES' is coded as '6239'.                                       

Q.30. What is the percentage of student who got less than 75% marks?
         
 I. Out of total student 30% got more than or equal to 75% marks.
II. Out of total 80% got less than or equal to 70% marks.

Q.31-35. Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
       
Twelve people are sitting in two parallel row containing six people each In such way that there is an  equal distance between adjacent person.ln row-1 P,Q,R,S,T andU are seated and all of them are facing  south. In row-2 A,B,C,D,E and F are seated and all of them are facing north. Therefore in the given seating arrangement each member seated in row faces another member of the other row. P sits second from right (east). S is infront of C. A does not sit at exterme left (west). E sits second to the left of B who faces P. Q sits third to right of S. But S does not sit at extreme right (east).D sits at extreme right (east). T is seated infront of E.

 Q.31. Who amongst the following sit at extreme ends of the row ?
          
(1) Q,S  (2) 0,0  (3) Q,R  (4) F,D  (5) None -of these

 Q.32.  How many person are seated between S and U?
          
(1) Two  (2) Three  (3) One  (4) Four  (5) None of these

 Q.33.  Who among the following faces A?
          
(1) R  (2) U  (3) T  (4) Can not be determind  (5) None of these

 Q.34. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement  and so form group.Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
           
(1) T-Q  (2) R-S  (3) U-S  (4) T-P  (5) Q-S

Q.35.  Which of the following is true regarding T?
          
(1) F faces T  (2) T faces B  (3) S faces who is second to left of D  (4) P faces A  (5) None of these



NUMERICAL ABILITY

Directions (36-40): What should come in place of question mark (?) in following number series?

Q 36.      5,   8,   12,     18,   27, ?
   
(a) 39 (b) 40 (c) 41 (d) 42 (e) 43

Q.37.       2,   10,   30,   68,   130, ?

(a) 210 (b) 215 (c) 222 (d) 228 (e) 235

Q.38.       142,   133,   115,   88   ?
           
(a) 50 (b) 53 (c) 55 (d) 51 (e) 52

Q.39.         3,    8,    18,    38,    78,  ?

(a) 158 (b) 154 (c) 150 (d) 162 (e) 166

Q.40.         6,    3,    3,    6,    24,  ?

(a) 184 (b) 186 (c) 188 (d) 190 (e) 192

Q.41.   If A’s salary is 25% higher than B’s salary, then how much per cent is B’s salary lower than A’s?

(a) 15% (b) 20% (c) 25% (d) 33 (e) None of these

Q.42.  A certain job was assigned to a group of men to do it in 20 days. But 12 men did not turn up for the job and the remaining men did the job in 32 days. The original number of men in the group was:
               
(a) 32 (b) 34 (c) 36 (d) 40 (e) None of these

Q.43.  A vessel contains liquid P and Q in the ratio 5 : 3. If 16 litres of the mixture are     removed and the same quantity of liquid Q is added, the ratio become 3 : 5. What    quantity does the vessel hold?

(a) 35 litres (b) 45 litres (c) 40 litres (d) 50 litres (e) None of these

Q.44.  A sum is invested for 3 years at compound interest at 5%, 10% and 20%         respectively. In three years, if the sum amounts to Rs. 16,632, then find the sum.

(a) Rs. 11000 (b) Rs. 12000 (c) Rs. 13000 (d) Rs. 14000 (e) None of these

Q.45.  Average weight of three boys A,B and C is 48 kg while the average weight of three boys, B, D and E is 52 kg. What is the average weight of A, B, C, D and E?

(a) 51 kg (b) 53 kg (c) 49 kg (d) Data inadequate (e) None of these

Q.46.   What will be the compound interest accrued on an amount. Rs. 10,000 at the rate of 20% p.a. in two years if the interest is compounded half yearly?

(a) Rs. 4,200 (b) Rs. 4,440 (c) Rs. 4,550 (d) Rs. 4,641 (e) None of these

Q.47.  A sum of money becomes eight times in 3 years, if the rate is compounded annually. In  how much time the same amount at the same compound interest rate will     become sixteen times?

(a) 6 years (b) 4 years (c) 8 years (d) 5 years (e) None of these

Q.48. While selling a mobile, a shopkeeper gives a discount of 15%. If he gives a discount  of 20%, he earns Rs. 540 less as profit. What is the original price of the mobile?

(a) Rs. 9200 (b) Rs. 9800 (c) Rs. 10800 (d) Rs. 12500 (e) None of these

Q.59.  On an amount of Rs. 10,000, a person has choice between 3 successive discounts of  10%, 10% and 30%, and 3 successive discounts of 20%, 20% and 10%. Choose the  better one and find how much he can save :

(a) Rs. 90 (b) Rs. 110 (c) Rs. 130 (d) Rs. 190 (e) None of these

Q.50.  The investment of Ravi is twice as that of Amit and thrice as that of Sumit. Amit  invested for thrice the months than Ravi and twice the months than Sumit. Who will  earn the highest profit?

(a) Ravi (b) Amit (c) Sumit (d) Cannot be determine (e) None of these


Q.51.   87.5% of 3888 – 462 × 6 = ? % of 4200

(a) 8 (b) 10 (c) 12 (d) 15 (e) 20

Q.52.   √6084 + √1764 = 4.8 × X

(a) 20 (b) 25 (c) 28 (d) 32 (e) 36

Q.53.  555.05 + 55.50 + 5.55 + 5 + 0.55 = ?

(a) 621.65 (b) 655.75 (c) 634.85 (d) 647.35 (e) None of these

Q.54.  ? % of 800 = 293 – 22% of 750

(a) 14 (b) 18 (c) 12 (d) 16 (e) 20

Q.55. 25.6% of 250 + √? = 119

(a) 4225 (b) 3025 (c) 2025 (d) 5625 (e) None of these


Directions (Q. 56-60): Table shows the mobile phones sold on different days by different sellers. Read the table carefully and answer the questions.

Q.56.  Find the difference of mobile phones sold by P and R together on Monday to the  mobile phones sold by S and T on Wednesday?

(a) 60 (b) 50 (c) 80 (d) 20 (e) None of these

Q.57.   Find the ratio of mobile phone sold by Q on Tuesday and Saturday together to the  mobile phone sold by R on Thursday and Sunday together?

(a) 7 : 19 (b)19 : 5 (c) 19 : 6 (d)2 : 5 (e) None of these

Q.58.  Mobile phones sold by P and S together on Wednesday is what percent of mobile  phone sold by T on Sunday?

(a) 400% (b) 200% (c) 100% (d) 50% (e) None of these

Q.59.  What is the average of mobile phone sold by Q on Wednesday, T on Sunday and S on Monday?

(a) 24 (b) 36 (c) 30 (d) 28 (e) None of these

Q.60.  The mobiles sold by P on Thursday are of two types i.e. Windows phone and   Android phone in ratio 3: 4. Find the number of Windows phones sold by P on  Thursday?

(a) 14 (b) 24 (c) 16 (d) 12 (e) None of these


Q.62.  A sum is invested for 3 years at compound interest at 5%, 10% and 20%  respectively. In three years, if the sum amounts to Rs. 16,632, then find the sum.

(a) Rs. 11000 (b) Rs. 12000 (c) Rs. 13000 (d) Rs. 14000 (e) None of these




































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