Logical Reasoning(SET-I)

9 Mar
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1) A ‘Traveller’ is related to ‘Journey’ in the same way as a ‘sailor’ is related to ————
 
1) Ship
2)Crew
3)Water
4)Voyage
5) Navy
 
2) Four of the Following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group.Which one does not belong to the group?
1)Block
2)Hamper
3)Impede
4)Avoid
5)Obstruct
 

3) Point P is 11 Km towards the east of point Q.A man Starts from Point Q and Travels 9 km to wards the west.He then takes a left turn and travels 4 km.He finally takes a left turn and travel;s 20 km before stopping.How far and towards which direction must he travels in order to reach point p?
1) 11 Km to wards South
2) 4 Km to wards North
3) 24 Km to wards South
4) 9 Km to wards North
5) None of these
 
4) What will come in place of ?in the following series?
AC   DG   HL   MR   ?
1)SY
2)TZ
3)RX
4)SX
5)SY
 
5) Sink is related to ‘Float’ in the same way as ‘Destroy’ is related to ———
1)Enemy
2)Demolish
3)Alive
4)Peace
5)Create
 
6) In Each Alphabet in the Word ABSOLUTE is arranged in the alphabet order (From left to Right ) and then each Vowel is Changed to the next letter in the English alphabet series and each consonant is changed o the previous letter in English alphabet series,which of the following will be sixth from the left side of the new arrangement thus formed ?
1)F
2)R
3)V
4)S
5)K
 
7) How many such pair of letters are in the Word SAMPLE,each of which has as many letters between them in the word ( in Both forward and Backward direction ) as they have between them in the English alphabet series ?
1)None
2)One
3)Two
4)Three
5)More than Three
 
8) If Each odd digit in he number 813246 is multliplied by three and each digit is divided by two.What will be the difference between the digits which are third from the left and third from the right of the new no thus formed ?
1)1
2)2
3)3
4)7
5)8
 
Direction (9-11) : Four friends Amrita , Deepa , Smita and Rhea complete their PhD Degree in different no of Years.The one who took Max time took eight Years to Complete her PhD while the one who took the least time took only three years to complete it, Rhea took more time only than Amrita and Complete her PhD in five years.Smita did not take longer time than Deepa to complete her PhD ?
 
9) How many years did Amrita take to Complete her PhD ?
1) 8
2) 3
3) 4
4) Either 6 or 7
5)Cannot be Determined

10) How many years did Smita take to Complete her PhD ?
1) 8
2) 3
3) 4
4)  7
5)Cannot be Determined
 
11) Who amongst the following took the Maximum no of Years  to Complete her PhD ?
1) Amrita
2) Rhea
3) Smita
4) Deepa
5) Cannot be Determined
 
Direction(12-16): Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the question ?
 
9 4 9 2 3 2 5 9 5 8 5 8 5 4 3 1 8 1 7 4 7 6 5 2 1 2 6 1 3 2 4 6 2
 
12) How many Such 5s are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by an even digit and also immediately followed by an even no ?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than Three
 
13) The Position of how many digits wll remain the same if the digit given in Bold in the above arrangement in the ascending order from left to Right ?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than Three
 
14) Which of the Following is Fifth to the left of the twentieth digit from the left end of the above arrangement?
1) 3
2) 5
3) 2
4) 7
5) None of these
 
15) How many Such 2s are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a Perfect Square( 1 is also a perfect square ) ?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than Three
 
16) If all the even Digits are Deleted from the Above Arrangement , Which of the Following will be Ninth From the Right End of the Arrangement ?
1) 9
2) 5
3) 1
4) 3
5) 7
 
Direction( 17 – 20 ): In Each question Below are three statement Followed by two Conclusion numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements are to be true even if they seem to be at Variance from Commonly Known Facts and then decided which of the given Conclusions Logically Follows From the Three Statement disregarding Commonly 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 Conclusion I and II follows
 
17) Statements : All Shoes are beaches.Some beaches are Coasts.All banks are Coasts.
Conclusions :
I.. Some Banks are beaches
II.. No bank is a shore
 
18) Statements : Some Parties are Celebrations. All Celebrations are Occasion.No Occasion are Festival.
Conclusions :
 I) No Celebration is a festival..
II).Some Occasions are Parties. 
 
19) Statements : Some Sports are Games. All Olympics are Games.No Plays are Olympics.
Conclusions :
 I) Some Games are not Plays
II) Some Sports are Plays
 
20) Statements : Some Elections are Polls.All Polls are Results.All Results are Wins.
 
 Conclusions :
I) Some Wins are Elections
II) All Polls are Wins.
 
 
  
 
  
Answers

1) 4              11) 4
2) 4              12) 4
3) 2              13) 2
4) 1              14) 1
5) 5              15) 3
6) 2              16) 4
7) 3              17) 4
8) 3              18) 5
9) 2              19) 4
10) 5            20) 5
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