# RRB PO Previous Year Paper PDF with Solution

#### ByCheena Sawhney

Jan 30, 2024

As aspirants must be knowing that IBPS has already rolled out this year’s IBPS Calendar 2024 and RRB PO 2024 tentative exam date is starting from August 3rd, 2024. So, those who are considering to crack this exam this year in the very first attempt must start their exam preparation from now. The best thing here is that we have got RRB PO Previous Year Paper PDF with Solution along with RRB PO 2024 free mock test. Before moving onto the RRB PO previous year paper PDF let’s first take a quick glance at the RRB PO prelims exam pattern.

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## RRB PO Previous Year Paper PDF with Solution

### RRB PO Previous Year Paper PDF – Reasoning Section

Question 1: In the question, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). These statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and give answer.

Statements: U > H ≥ O > R; S > R > Q; G ≤ Q > E

Conclusions:

I. H > G

II. U ≥ E

A) Only conclusion I is true

B) Only conclusion II is true

C) Either conclusion I or II is true

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E) Both conclusions I and II are true

Question 2: In the question, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). These statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and give answer.

Statements: A > W ≥ C ≤ Y; D > C > M; Z < K ≤ M

Conclusions:

I. D < A

II. Y = K

A) Only conclusion I is true

B) Only conclusion II is true

C) Either conclusion I or II is true

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E) Both conclusions I and II are true

Question 3: In the question below there are three statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to take the three 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 three statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Statements:

A few date is day.

All day is month.

Only a few month is year.

Conclusions:

I. A few date is year.

II. No year is day.

A) Only conclusion II follows

B) Both conclusion I and conclusion II follow

C) Only conclusion I follows

D) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

E) None of these

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Question 4: In the question below there are three statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to take the three 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 three statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Statements:

No bed is cloth.

No cloth is room.

Every room is home.

Conclusions:

I. Some room may be bed.

II. No cloth is home.

A) Only conclusion II follows

B) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

C) Only conclusion I follows

D) Both conclusion I and conclusion II follow

E) None of these

Question 5: In the question below there are three statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to take the three 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 three statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Statements:

A few line is segment.

No circle is line.

All circle is row.

Conclusions:

I. All segment being row is a possibility.

II. A few segment is not circle.

A) Only conclusion II follows

B) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

C) Only conclusion I follows

D) Both conclusion I and conclusion II follow

E) None of these

Question 6: In the question, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). These statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and give answer.

Statements: A < B ≤ C > D; E = F ≤ B > G

Conclusions:

I. C ≥ E

II. D < F

A) Only conclusion I is true

B) Only conclusion II is true

C) Either conclusion I or II is true

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E) Both conclusions I and II are true

Question 7: In the question, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). These statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and give answer.

Statements: J ≥ K > L ≥ M; N > K > O = P

Conclusions:

I. P < M

II. J ≥ P

A) Only conclusion I is true

B) Only conclusion II is true

C) Either conclusion I or II is true

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E) Both conclusions I and II are true

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Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

Eight bikes M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are parked around the circular park such that all are parked facing towards the center. Each of the bikes have different weights among 50kg, 51kg, 52kg, 53kg, 54kg, 55kg, 56kg and 57 kg.

There are two bikes between bike M and bike N. Bike M is second to the right of bike O, whose weight is 52kg. Bike R is opposite to bike S. Bike R is not adjacent to bike O. The weight of bike T is 5kg lesser than that of bike Q. Bike R is the lightest bike. Bike P is not adjacent to bike N and bike R. Bike T is second to the right of bike Q but not adjacent to bike R. The 55kg bike is to the immediate right of 53kg bike.

Question 8: What is the sum of weight of bike Q and bike O?

A) 121

B) 115

C) 108

D) 110

E) 120

Question 9: Which bike is third to the left of T?

A) P

B) One, whose weight is 52kg

C) One, whose weight is 53kg

D) R

E) N

Question 10: Which bike is opposite to bike N?

A) Bike Q

B) Bike P

C) Bike S

D) Bike O

E) Bike R

Question 11: The weight of bike Q is _____.

A) 50kg

B) 54kg

C) 56kg

D) 51kg

E) 52kg

Question 12: Which of the following bike is heaviest?

A) Bike P

B) Bike R

C) Bike S

D) Bike N

E) Cannot be determined

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

A certain number of persons are sitting in a row facing north.

Three persons sit between A and B. C sits second to the left of A. F sits second to the right of D. Not more than 12 persons sit in the row. F sits to the right of B. Two persons sit between D and B. D and A are not immediate neighbours.

Question 13: Who among the following sits at the extreme left end?

A) A

B) B

C) C

D) D

E) None of the above

Question 14: How many persons sit in the row?

A) 11

B) 9

C) 10

D) 8

E) 12

Question 15: How many persons sit between C and D?

A) Six

B) Seven

C) Five

D) Ten

E) None of the above

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Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

There are two types of flats i.e., A and B on each floor of a five-floor building. The bottommost floor is numbered as 1 and the topmost floor is numbered as 5. Flat A is in west of Flat B. Ten persons (P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, and Y) live in these flats such that one person lives in each flat. All flats are of the same dimensions.

Note: If ‘n’ lives adjacent to ‘m’ then both persons live on the same floor unless stated otherwise. If ‘n’ lives one/two floors above/below ‘m’ then both persons live in the same type of flat unless stated otherwise.

X lives two floors below Y. X lives in Flat A of an odd numbered floor. R lives adjacent to S, but not on an even numbered floor. V doesn’t live adjacent to T. P lives two floors below S. Q lives one floor above W but not in the same type of flat. T doesn’t live in Flat B.

Question 16: ____ lives in Flat B of 2nd floor.

A) Q

B) V

C) W

D) U

E) None of the above

Question 17: W lives _____ floors below U.

A) Two

B) Three

C) One

D) Four

E) W and U live in different flats

Question 18: How many persons live below Q? (In the same type of flat).

A) Two

B) Three

C) None

D) One

E) Four

Question 19: _____ lives adjacent to X.

A) V

B) Q

C) U

D) P

E) None of the above

Question 20: P lives in Flat B of _____ floor.

A) 1st

B) 2nd

C) 3rd

D) Either (a) or (b)

E) Cannot be determined

Question 21: In a certain coding system, ‘deer is animal’ is coded as ‘pq, rs, tu’. ‘lion is dangerous’ is coded as ‘rs, rm, kl’ and ‘lion animal forest’ is coded as ‘rm, tu, xy’. How will ‘forest is dangerous’ is coded in the same coding system?

A) xy, rm, kl

B) xy, rs, kl

C) rs, kl, pq

D) tu, kl, rs

E) kl, pq, xy

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Question 22: If all the digits of the number 8677176215263 are arranged in ascending order from the right end, then what will be the sum of last four digits from the right end after the rearrangement?

A) 29

B) 28

C) 27

D) 25

E) None of the above

Question 23: How many pairs of letters (both backward and forward) are there in the word “SALUTATION” which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English Alphabetical series?

A) Two

B) Three

C) Four

D) Five

E) None of the above.

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

Eight houses (P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W) are situated at certain distance from each other in a locality. W is 8m north of P. Q is 20m east of W. R is 13m north of Q. V is 10m east of R. U is 7m north of V. T is 5m east of U. S is 14m south of T.

Question 24: What is the shortest distance between house Q and house T?

A) 15m

B) 25m

C) 20m

D) 35m

E) None of the above

Question 25: What is the direction of R with respect to S?

A) West

B) Northwest

C) East

D) Northeast

E) None of the above

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

Seven persons (P, Q, R, S, T, U, and V) were born on 31st December of eight different years (1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1995, and 2000) but not necessarily in the same order. Each person works in different company (TCS, IBM, HCL, Wipro, Infosys, Mindtree and Mphasis). Ages of these persons are calculated with respect to 31st December 2021.

Q, who works in Mphasis, was born in a leap year. Both R, who works in Infosys, and V were born in a non-leap year. Two persons were born between Q and S. V was born immediately before U. More than two persons were born between R and Q. P works in Wipro. The person, who works in IBM, is 2 years younger than the person, who works in HCL. T, who works in Mindtree, is 6 years younger than S.

Question 26: The person, who works in TCS, was born in____.

A) 1988

B) 1984

C) 1986

D) 1989

E) 1990

Question 27: Q is ____ years elder than the person, who works in IBM.

A) 2

B) 1

C) Either (a) or (c)

D) 4

E) None of the above

Question 28: Which of the following statements is/are definitely correct?

I. V works in HCL

II. R was born in 1990

III. P was born in a non-leap year

A) Only I

B) Only III

C) Only II

D) Only II and III

E) Only I and II

Question 29: Which of the following person was born in 1995?

A) V

B) U

C) S

D) P

E) None of the above

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Question 30: How many persons were born between P and the person, who works in HCL?

A) Four

B) Two

C) Three

D) One

E) None of the above

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

In a certain code language

I. ‘good work place ethics’ is coded as ‘blue, red, cyan, aqua’.

II. ‘good behaviour and polite’ is coded as ‘black, yellow, red, green’.

III. ‘place of polite behaviour’ is coded as ‘brown, cyan, black, yellow’.

IV. ‘sound behaviour of employee’ is coded as ‘white, orange, brown, yellow’.

Question 31: What is the code for ‘good employee’?

A) red white

B) orange red

C) blue white

D) aqua orange

E) Cannot be determined

Question 32: ‘____’ is coded as ‘green’.

A) place

B) and

C) polite

D) behaviour

E) None of the above

Question 33: ‘polite work’ is coded as ‘____’.

A) black, aqua

B) brown, cyan

C) blue, black

D) brown, blue

E) Either (a) or (c)

Question 34: Which of the following word is definitely correctly matched with its code?

A) employee- white

B) sound – orange

C) behaviour- yellow

D) ethics- blue

E) work – blue

Question 35: What is the code for ‘behaviour and ethics’?

A) brown, yellow, blue

B) yellow, green, aqua

C) green, yellow, blue

D) white, green, blue

E) Cannot be determined

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

There are ten shelves J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S one above the other in an Almirah. The bottommost shelf is numbered as 1 and the topmost shelf is numbered as 10.

P is a prime numbered shelf. O is five shelves above P. R is two shelves above O. Both K and J are prime numbered shelves. K is two shelves below J. There are two shelves between M and L. M is immediately below J. As many shelves are above L as below S. N is above Q, which is not 1st shelf.

Question 36: How many shelves are above M?

A) Four

B) Six

C) Five

D) Seven

E) None of the above

Question 37: Which shelf is not below N?

A) M

B) Q

C) S

D) P

E) K

Question 38: ____ is 6th shelf.

A) M

B) K

C) J

D) Q

E) None of the above

Question 39: How many shelves are there between O and L?

A) Two

B) Five

C) None

D) Four

E) None of the above

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Question 40: If all the shelves are arranged as per the English alphabetical order from bottom to top, then the positions of how many shelves will remain unchanged after the rearrangement?

A) Three

B) Two

C) Four

D) One

E) None of the above

प्रश्न 1: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में, कुछ तत्वों के बीच के रिश्ते को कुछ कथन में दर्शाया गया है|इन कथन के बाद तीन निष्कर्ष दिए गए हैं|कथन को पढ़ें और सवालों के उत्तर दें|

कथन: U > H ≥ O > R; S > R > Q; G ≤ Q > E

निष्कर्ष:

I. H > G

II. U ≥ E

A) केवल निष्कर्ष I सत्य है

B) केवल निष्कर्ष II सत्य है

C) या तो निष्कर्ष I या II सत्य है

D) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही II सत्य है

E) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और II सत्य है

प्रश्न 2: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में, कुछ तत्वों के बीच के रिश्ते को कुछ कथन में दर्शाया गया है|इन कथन के बाद तीन निष्कर्ष दिए गए हैं|कथन को पढ़ें और सवालों के उत्तर दें|

कथन: A > W ≥ C ≤ Y; D > C > M; Z < K ≤ M

निष्कर्ष:

I. D < A

II. Y = K

A) केवल निष्कर्ष I सत्य है

B) केवल निष्कर्ष II सत्य है

C) या तो निष्कर्ष I या II सत्य है

D) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही II सत्य है

E) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और II सत्य है

प्रश्न 3: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में तीन कथन के बाद दो निष्कर्ष I और II दिए गए हैं|आपको दिए गए कथन को सत्य मानना है भले ही वह ज्ञात तथ्यों से भिन्न भी हो और फिर यह तय करना है कि दिए गए निष्कर्षों में से कौन सा निष्कर्ष इन कथनों का तर्कसंगत अनुसरण करता है|

कथन:

कुछ date day है|

सभी day month है|

केवल कुछ month year है|

निष्कर्ष:

I. कुछ date year है|

II. कोई भी year day नहीं है|

A) केवल निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

B) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

C) केवल निष्कर्ष I अनुसरण करता है|

D) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

E) इनमे से कोई नहीं

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प्रश्न 4: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में तीन कथन के बाद दो निष्कर्ष I और II दिए गए हैं|आपको दिए गए कथन को सत्य मानना है भले ही वह ज्ञात तथ्यों से भिन्न भी हो और फिर यह तय करना है कि दिए गए निष्कर्षों में से कौन सा निष्कर्ष इन कथनों का तर्कसंगत अनुसरण करता है|

कथन:

कोई भी bed cloth नहीं है|

कोई भी cloth room नहीं है|

प्रत्येक room home है|

निष्कर्ष:

I. कुछ room bed हो सकते है|

II. कोई भी cloth home नहीं है|

A) केवल निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

B) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

C) केवल निष्कर्ष I अनुसरण करता है|

D) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

E) इनमे से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 5: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में तीन कथन के बाद दो निष्कर्ष I और II दिए गए हैं|आपको दिए गए कथन को सत्य मानना है भले ही वह ज्ञात तथ्यों से भिन्न भी हो और फिर यह तय करना है कि दिए गए निष्कर्षों में से कौन सा निष्कर्ष इन कथनों का तर्कसंगत अनुसरण करता है|

कथन:

कुछ line segment है|

कोई भी circle line नहीं है|

सभी circle row है|

निष्कर्ष:

I. सभी segment के row होने की संभावना है|

II. कुछ segment circle नहीं है|

A) केवल निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

B) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

C) केवल निष्कर्ष I अनुसरण करता है|

D) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

E) इनमे से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 6: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में, कुछ तत्वों के बीच के सम्बन्ध को कथन में दर्शाया गया हैं|इन कथन के बाद दो निष्कर्ष दिए गए हैं|कथन को पढ़ें और सवालों के उत्तर दें|

कथन: A < B ≤ C > D; E = F ≤ B > G

निष्कर्ष:

I. C ≥ E

II. D < F

A) केवल निष्कर्ष I सत्य है

B) केवल निष्कर्ष II सत्य है

C) या निष्कर्ष I या II सत्य है

D) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही II सत्य है

E) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और II सत्य है

प्रश्न 7: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में, कुछ तत्वों के बीच के सम्बन्ध को कथन में दर्शाया गया हैं|इन कथन के बाद दो निष्कर्ष दिए गए हैं|कथन को पढ़ें और सवालों के उत्तर दें|

कथनJ ≥ K > L ≥ M; N > K > O = P

निष्कर्ष

I. P < M

II. J ≥ P

A) केवल निष्कर्ष I सत्य है

B) केवल निष्कर्ष II सत्य है

C) या निष्कर्ष I या II सत्य है

D) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही II सत्य है

E) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और II सत्य है

निर्देश: दिए गए जानकारी के आधार पर सवालों के उत्तर दें|

आठ bikes M, N, O, P, Q, R, S और T एक वृत्ताकार पार्क पर इस तरह खड़ी है कि सभी का मुख केंद्र की ओर है|इनमे से प्रत्येक bikes का वज़न अलग-अलग है अर्थात 50kg, 51kg, 52kg, 53kg, 54kg, 55kg, 56kg और 57 kg है|

Bike M और bike N के बीच दो bikes है|Bike M bike O के दाएँ से दूसरा bike है और bike O का वज़न 52kg है|Bike R bike S के विपरीत है|Bike R bike O के बगल में नहीं है|Bike T का वज़न bike Q के वज़न से 5kg कम है|Bike R सबसे हल्का bike है|Bike P bike N और bike R के बगल में नहीं है|Bike T bike Q के दाएँ से दुसरे स्थान पर है पर bike R के बगल में नहीं|55kg bike 53kg bike के तत्काल दाएँ ओर है|

प्रश्न 8: Bike Q और bike O के वज़न का योग कितना है?

A) 121

B) 115

C) 108

D) 110

E) 120

प्रश्न 9: T के बाएं से तीसरे स्थान पर कौन सा bike है?

A) P

B) One, whose weight is 52kg

C) One, whose weight is 53kg

D) R

E) N

प्रश्न 10: Bike N के विपरीत कौन सा bike है?

A) Bike Q

B) Bike P

C) Bike S

D) Bike O

E) Bike R

प्रश्न 11: Bike Q का वज़न _____ है|

A) 50kg

B) 54kg

C) 56kg

D) 51kg

E) 52kg

प्रश्न 12: निम्नलिखित में से कौन सी bike सबसे भारी है?

A) Bike P

B) Bike R

C) Bike S

D) Bike N

E) निर्धारित नहीं किया जा सकता

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प्रश्न 13: निम्नलिखित में से कौन अंतिम बाएं छोर पर बैठा है?

A) A

B) B

C) C

D) D

E) इनमे से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 14: पंक्ति में कितने व्यक्ति बैठे हैं?

A) 11

B) 9

C) 10

D) 8

E) 12

प्रश्न 15: C और D के बीच कितने व्यक्ति बैठे हैं?

A) छह

B) सात

C) पांच

D) दस

E) इनमे से कोई नहीं

निर्देश: नीचे दी गई जानकारी के आधार पर प्रश्नों के उत्तर दें।

एक पाँच मंज़िला इमारत के प्रत्येक मंजिल पर दो प्रकार के फ़्लैट अर्थात् A और B हैं। सबसे नीचे वाली मंजिल की संख्या 1 और सबसे ऊपरी मंजिल की संख्या 5 है। फ्लैट A, फ्लैट B के पश्चिम में है। इन फ्लैटों में दस व्यक्ति (P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, और Y) इस प्रकार रहते हैं कि प्रत्येक फ्लैट में एक व्यक्ति रहता है। सभी फ्लैट एक ही आयाम के हैं।

ध्यान दें: यदि ‘n’ ‘m’ के बगल में रहता है तो दोनों व्यक्ति एक ही मंजिल पर रहते हैं जब तक कि अन्यथा  कहा गया हो। यदि ‘n’ ‘m’ के एक/दो मंजिल ऊपर/नीचे रहता है तो दोनों व्यक्ति एक ही प्रकार के फ्लैट में रहते हैं जब तक कि अन्यथा  कहा गया हो।

X, Y से दो मंजिल नीचे रहता है। X विषम संख्या से अंकित मंजिल के फ्लैट A में रहता है। R, S के बगल में रहता है, लेकिन एक सम संख्या से अंकित मंजिल पर नहीं रहता है। V, T के बगल में नहीं रहता है। P, S से दो मंजिल नीचे रहता है। Q, W से एक मंजिल ऊपर रहता है लेकिन समान प्रकार के फ्लैट में नहीं रहता है। T फ्लैट B में नहीं रहता है।

प्रश्न 16: ____ दूसरी मंजिल के फ्लैट B में रहता है।

A) Q

B) V

C) W

D) U

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 17: W, U से _____ मंजिल नीचे रहता है।

A) दो

B) तीन

C) एक

D) चार

E) W और U अलग-अलग फ्लैट में रहते हैं

प्रश्न 18: Q के नीचे कितने व्यक्ति रहते हैं? (समान प्रकार के फ्लैट में)।

A) दो

B) तीन

C) एक भी नहीं

D) एक

E) चार

प्रश्न 19: _____ X के बगल में रहता है।

A) V

B) Q

C) U

D) P

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 20: P _____ मंजिल के फ्लैट B में रहता है।

A) पहली

B) दूसरी

C) तीसरी

D) या तो (a) या (b)

E) निर्धारित नहीं किया जा सकता

प्रश्न 21: एक निश्चित कोडिंग प्रणाली में, ‘deer is animal’ को ‘pq, rs, tu’ के रूप में कोडित किया जाता है। ‘lion is dangerous’ को ‘rs, rm, kl’ और ‘lion animal Forest’ को ‘rm, tu, xy’ के रूप में कोडित किया गया है। उसी कोडिंग प्रणाली में ‘forest is dangerous’ को कैसे कोडित किया जाएगा?

A) xy, rm, kl

B) xy, rs, kl

C) rs, kl, pq

D) tu, kl, rs

E) kl, pq, xy

प्रश्न 22: यदि संख्या 8677176215263 के सभी अंकों को दाएं छोर से आरोही क्रम में व्यवस्थित किया जाए, तो पुनर्व्यवस्था के बाद दाएं छोर से अंतिम चार अंकों का योग कितना होगा?

A) 29

B) 28

C) 27

D) 25

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 23: शब्द “SALUTATION” में अक्षरों के कितने जोड़े (पीछे और आगे दोनों दिशा में) हैं जिनके बीच उतने ही अक्षर हैं जितने कि अंग्रेजी वर्णमाला श्रृंखला में हैं?

A) दो

B) तीन

C) चार

D) पांच

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

निर्देश: नीचे दी गई जानकारी के आधार पर प्रश्नों के उत्तर दें।

आठ घर (P, Q, R, S, T, U, V और W) एक इलाके में एक दूसरे से निश्चित दूरी पर स्थित हैं। W, P के 8m उत्तर में है। Q, W के 20m पूर्व में है। R, Q के 13m उत्तर में है। V, R के 10m पूर्व में है। U, V के 7m उत्तर में है। T, U के 5m पूर्व में है। S, T के 14m दक्षिण में है।

प्रश्न 24: घर Q और घर T के बीच की न्यूनतम दूरी कितनी है?

A) 15m

B) 25m

C) 20m

D) 35m

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 25: S के सन्दर्भ में R की दिशा क्या है?

A) पश्चिम

B) उत्तर-पश्चिम

C) पूर्व

D) उत्तर-पूर्व

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

निर्देश: नीचे दी गई जानकारी के आधार पर प्रश्नों के उत्तर दें।

सात व्यक्तियों (P, Q, R, S, T, U, और V) का जन्म आठ अलग-अलग वर्षों (1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1995 और 2000) के 31 दिसंबर को हुआ था, लेकिन जरूरी नहीं कि इसी क्रम में हों। प्रत्येक व्यक्ति अलग-अलग कंपनी (TCS, IBM, HCL, Wipro, Infosys, Mindtree और Mphasis) में काम करता है। इन व्यक्तियों की आयु की गणना 31 दिसंबर 2021 के संबंध में की गई है।

Q, जो Mphasis में काम करता है, का जन्म एक अधिवर्ष में हुआ था। R, जो Infosys में काम करता है, और V दोनों का जन्म एक गैर-अधिवर्ष में हुआ था। Q और S के बीच दो व्यक्तियों का जन्म हुआ था। V का जन्म U से तत्काल पहले हुआ था। R और Q के बीच दो से अधिक व्यक्तियों का जन्म हुआ था। P Wipro में काम करता है। वह व्यक्ति, जो IBM में काम करता है, HCL में काम करने वाले व्यक्ति से 2 वर्ष छोटा है। T, जो Mindtree में काम करता है, S से 6 वर्ष छोटा है।

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प्रश्न 26: वह व्यक्ति, जो TCS में काम करता है, का जन्म _____ में हुआ था।

A) 1988

B) 1984

C) 1986

D) 1989

E) 1990

प्रश्न 27: Q, IBM में काम करने वाले व्यक्ति से ____ वर्ष बड़ा है।

A) 2

B) 1

C) या तो (a) या (c)

D) 4

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 28: निम्नलिखित में से कौन-सा कथन निश्चित रूप से सही है?

I. V HCL में काम करता है

II. R का जन्म 1990 में हुआ था

III. P का जन्म एक गैर-अधिवर्ष में हुआ था

A) केवल I

B) केवल III

C) केवल II

D) केवल II और III

E) केवल I और II

प्रश्न 29: निम्नलिखित में से किस व्यक्ति का जन्म 1995 में हुआ था?

A) V

B) U

C) S

D) P

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 30: P और उस व्यक्ति के बीच कितने व्यक्तियों का जन्म होता है जो HCL में काम करता है?

A) चार

B) दो

C) तीन

D) एक

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

निर्देश: नीचे दी गई जानकारी के आधार पर प्रश्नों के उत्तर दें।

एक निश्चित कूट भाषा में,

I. ‘good work place ethics’ का कूट ‘blue, red, cyan, aqua’ है।

II. ‘good behaviour and polite’ का कूट ‘black, yellow, red, green’ है।

III. ‘place of polite behaviour’ का कूट ‘brown, cyan, black, yellow’ है।

IV. ‘sound behaviour of employee’ का कूट ‘white, orange, brown, yellow’ है।

प्रश्न 31: ‘good employee’ के लिए क्या कूट है?

A) red white

B) orange red

C) blue white

D) aqua orange

E) निर्धारित नहीं किया जा सकता है

प्रश्न 32: ‘____’ को ‘green’ के रूप में कूट किया गया है।

A) place

B) and

C) polite

D) behaviour

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 33: ‘polite work’ को ‘____’ के रूप में कूट किया गया है।

A) black, aqua

B) brown, cyan

C) blue, black

D) brown, blue

E) या तो (a) या (c)

प्रश्न 34: निम्नलिखित में से कौन-सा शब्द निश्चित रूप से अपने कूट से सही ढंग से मेल खाता है?

A) employee- white

B) sound – orange

C) behaviour- yellow

D) ethics- blue

E) work – blue

प्रश्न 35: ‘behaviour and ethics’ के लिए कूट क्या है?

A) brown, yellow, blue

B) yellow, green, aqua

C) green, yellow, blue

D) white, green, blue

E) निर्धारित नहीं किया जा सकता

निर्देशनीचे दी गई जानकारी के आधार पर प्रश्नों के उत्तर दें।

एक अलमीरा में दस shelves J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R और S एक के ऊपर एक हैं। सबसे निचली shelf की संख्या 1 और सबसे ऊपरी shelf की संख्या 10 है।

P एक अभाज्य संख्या से अंकित shelf है। O P से पांच shelves ऊपर हैं। R O से दो shelves ऊपर हैं। K और J दोनों अभाज्य संख्या से अंकित shelves हैं। K J से दो shelves नीचे हैं। M और L के बीच दो shelves हैं। M J के तत्काल नीचे है। जितनी shelves L के ऊपर हैं उतनी ही S के नीचे हैं। N Q के ऊपर है और Q पहली shelf नहीं है।

प्रश्न 36: M के ऊपर कितनी shelves हैं?

A) चार

B) छह

C) पांच

D) सात

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नही

प्रश्न 37: कौन-सा shelf N के नीचे नहीं है?

A) M

B) Q

C) S

D) P

E) K

प्रश्न 38: ____ छठा shelf है।

A) M

B) K

C) J

D) Q

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नही

प्रश्न 39: O और L के बीच कितनी shelves हैं?

A) Two

B) Five

C) None

D) Four

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नही

प्रश्न 40: यदि सभी shelves को नीचे से ऊपर तक अंग्रेजी वर्णमाला के क्रम में व्यवस्थित किया जाता है, तो पुनर्व्यवस्था के बाद कितनी shelves के स्थान अपरिवर्तित रहेंगे?

A) तीन

B) दो

C) चार

D) एक

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नही

Solution 1: A)

Given statement: U > H ≥ O > R; S > R > Q; G ≤ Q > E

On combining statements, we get,

U > H ≥ O > R > Q > E; U > H ≥ O > R > Q ≥ G

Conclusions:

I. H > G: True (As, H ≥ O > R > Q ≥ G, so, H > G)

III. U ≥ E: False (As U > H ≥ O > R > Q > E, so, U > E)

Hence, option a.

Solution 2: D)

Given statement: A > W ≥ C ≤ Y; D > C > M; Z < K ≤ M

On combining statements, we get,

A > W ≥ C > M ≥ K > Z; Y ≥ C > M ≥ K > Z; A > W ≥ C < D

Conclusions:

I. D < A: False (As, A > W ≥ C < D, so, we cannot establish the exact relation between A and D)

II. Y = K: False (As, Y ≥ C > M ≥ K, so, Y > K)

Hence, option d.

Solution 3: D)

Following figure can be formed:

From the figure, neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

Hence, option d.

Solution 4: C)

Following figure can be formed:

From the figure, only conclusion I follows.

Hence, option c.

Solution 5: D)

Following figure can be formed:

From the figure, both conclusion I and conclusion II follow.

Hence, option d.

Solution 6: A)

Given statements: A < B ≤ C > D; E = F ≤ B > G

On combining, we get,

C ≥ B ≥ F = E and C ≥ B > G

Conclusions:

I. C ≥ E: True (As, C ≥ B ≥ F = E, so, C ≥ E)

II. D < F: False (As F ≤ B ≤ C > D, so, we cannot establish the exact relation between D and F)

Hence, option a.

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Solution 7: D)

Given statement: J ≥ K > L ≥ M; N > K > O = P

On combining statements, we get,

J ≥ K > O = P

Conclusions:

I. P < M: False (As, M ≤ L < K > O = P, so, we cannot establish the exact relation between P and M)

II. J ≥ P: False (As, J ≥ K > O = P, so, J > P)

Hence, option d.

Solution 8: C)

Starting Point: Here, we can start with O, M and N in order to form two cases.

Clues:

1.) Bike M is second to the right of bike O, whose wight is 52kg.

2.) There are two bikes are between bike M and bike N.

Inference:

So, we have two cases as shown below,

Case 1:

Case 2:

Clues:

3.)Bike R is opposite to bike S.

4.)Bike R is not adjacent to bike O.

5.) The weight of bike T is 5kg lesser than that of bike Q.

6.) Bike R is the lightest bike.

7.) Bike P is not adjacent to bike N and bike R.

Inference:

From (5) and (6), the weight of bike T and bike Q must be 51kg and 56kg respectively.

Case 1:

Case 2:

Clues:

8.) Bike T is second to the right of bike Q but not adjacent to bike R.

9.) The 55kg bike is immediate right of 53kg bike.

Inference:

From (8), case 2 must be rejected.

The sum of weight of bike Q and bike O = 56 + 52 = 108

Hence, option c.

Solution 9: D)

Bike R is third to the left of bike T.

Hence, option d.

Solution 10: B)

Bike P is opposite to bike N.

Hence, option b.

Solution 11: C)

The weight of bike Q is 56kg.

Hence, option c.

Solution 12: E)

Either bike N or bike S is the heaviest.

Hence, option e.

Solution 13: C)

Starting Point: First consider the direct statements/clues.

Clues:

1. Three persons sit between A and B.

2. C sits second to the left of A.

3. Two persons sit between D and B.

4. D and A are not immediate neighbours.

Inference: From clues 1, 2, and 3 we conclude that D either sits seventh to the left or the right of A. As B sits 4th to the left or 4th to the right of A. So, there are two ways to arrange A, B, C and D.

Case 1: When A sits fourth right of B.

Case 2: When A sits fourth left of B.

Clues:

1. F sits second to the right of D

2. Not more than 12 persons sit in the row.

3. F sits to the right of B.

Inference: From clue 1, 2, and 3 we conclude that F sits on the right end. And case 1 gets eliminated.

The final arrangement is given below:

C sits at the extreme left end.

Hence, option c.

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Solution 14: E)

12 persons sit in the row.

Hence, option e.

Solution 15: E)

Eight persons are sitting between C and D.

Hence, option e.

Solution 16: B)

Starting Point: Start with placing X, Y, R, and S to form two cases initially.

Clues:

1. X lives in Flat A of an odd numbered floor.

2. X lives two floors below Y.

3. R lives adjacent to S, but not on an even numbered floor.

Inferences:

From clue 1 and clue 2, we get X lives either on 3rd or 1st floor. Y lives in Flat A of either 5th or 3rd floor.

From clue 3, we get R and S lives either in Flat A or Flat B of either 1st or 5th floor.

Case I: When Y lives on 5th floor.

Case II: When Y lives on 3rd floor.

Clues:

1. P lives two floors below S.

2. Q lives one floor above W but not in the same type of flat.

Inferences:

From clue 1, we reject Case I as we can’t place P. S must lives in Flat B of 5th floor. R lives in Flat A of 5th floor. P lives in Flat B of 3rd floor.

From clue 2, we get W lives adjacent to X. Q lives in Flat A of 2nd floor.

Clues:

1. T doesn’t live in Flat B.

2. V doesn’t live adjacent to T.

Inferences:

From clue 1, we get T lives in Flat A of 4th floor.

From clue 2, we get U lives adjacent to T. V lives adjacent to Q.

V lives in Flat B of 2nd floor.

Hence, option b.

Solution 17: B)

W lives three floors below U.

Hence, option b.

Solution 18: D)

One person lives below Q. (In the same type of flat).

Hence, option d.

Solution 19: E)

Hence, option e.

Solution 20: C)

P lives in Flat B of 3rd floor.

Hence, option c.

Solution 21: B)

After decoding the codes, we get:

The code for ‘forest is dangerous’ is ‘xy, rs, kl’.

Hence, option b.

Solution 22: A)

Given number:

8677176215263

After rearrangement in ascending order from the right end, we get:

8777666532211

The last four digits from the right end are (8, 7, 7, and 7).

Required sum = (8 + 7 + 7 + 7) = 29

Hence, option a.

Solution 23: A)

Given word: SALUTATION

‘TU’ and ‘NO’ are the two pairs which have as many letters between them as in the English Alphabetical Series.

Hence, option a.

Solution 24: B)

From the given information following information can be formed:

The shortest distance between house Q and house T is:

√(152 + 202)m = √(225 + 400)m = √625m = 25m.

The shortest distance between house Q and house T is 25m.

Hence, option b.

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Solution 25: B)

R is in northwest direction with respect to S.

Hence, option b.

Solution 26: D)

Starting Point: Start with placing Q, S, and T to form least number of cases initially.

Clues:

1. Q, who works in Mphasis, was born in a leap year.

2. Two persons were born between Q and S.

3. T, who works in Mindtree, is 6 years younger than S.

Inferences:

From clue 1, we get Q was born in 1984 or 1988 or 2000.

From clue 2, we get S was born either in 1989 or 1995.

From clue 3, we get T was born in 1995, which means S was born in 1989. And, Q was born either in 1984 or 2000.

Case I: When Q was born in 1984.

Case II: When Q was born in 2000.

Clues:

1. V was born immediately before U.

2. R, who works in Infosys, and V were born in a non-leap year.

3. More than two persons were born between R and Q. P works in Wipro.

Inferences:

From clue 1 and clue 2, we get V was born in 1986. U was born in 1988. R was born in 1990. P was either in 2000 or 1984.

From clue 3, we reject Case II as we can’t place R. P was born in 2000.

Clues:

1. The person, who works in IBM, is 2 years younger than the person, who works in HCL.

Inferences:

From clue 1, we get V works in HCL. U works in IBM. S works in TCS.

The final arrangement is as follows:

S works in TCS.

S was born in 1989.

Hence, option d.

Solution 27: D)

U works in IBM.

Q is 4 years elder than U.

Hence, option d.

Solution 28: E)

Only statements I and II are correct.

Hence, option e.

Solution 29: E)

T was born in 1995.

Hence, option e.

Solution 30: A)

V works in HCL.

Four persons were born between V and P.

Hence, option a.

Solution 31: E)

From statement II, III, and IV, we get the code for ‘behaviour’ as ‘yellow’.

From statement I and II, we get the code for ‘good’ as ‘red’.

From statement I and III, we get the code for ‘place’ as ‘cyan’.

From statement II and III, we get the code for ‘polite’ as ‘black’.

From statement III and IV, we get the code for ‘of’ as ‘brown’.

From statement II alone, we get the code for ‘and’ is ‘green’.

From statement I alone, we get the code for ‘work’ and ‘ethics’ as ‘blue’ and ‘aqua’, but not necessarily in the same order.

From statement IV alone, we get the code for ‘sound’ and ‘employee’ as ‘white’ and ‘orange’, but not necessarily in the same order.

The following table shows the words and their codes:

The code for ‘good employee’ is either ‘red, white’ or ‘orange, red’.

Hence, option e.

Solution 32: B)

‘and’ is coded as ‘green’.

Hence, option b.

Solution 33: E)

The code for ‘polite work’ is ‘black, aqua’, or ‘blue black’.

Hence, option e.

Solution 34: C)

The code for ‘behaviour’ is ‘yellow’.

Hence, option c.

Solution 35: E)

The code for ‘behaviour and ethics’ is either ‘green, yellow, blue’ or ‘yellow, green, aqua’.

Hence, option e.

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Solution 36: B)

Starting Point: Start with placing P, O and R in order to form minimum number of cases initially.

Clues:

1. P is a prime numbered shelf.

2. O is five shelves above P.

3. R is two shelves above O.

Inferences:

From Clue 1, 2 and 3, we get P iseither 2nd or 3rd shelf. O is either 7th or 8th shelf, and R is either 9th or 10th shelf.

Case I: When P is 2nd shelf.

Case II: When P is 3rd shelf.

Clues:

1. K is two shelves below J.

2. Both K and J are prime numbered shelves.

3. M is immediately below J.

4. There are two shelves between M and L.

Inferences:

From Clue 1 and 2, we get K is either 3rd or 5th shelf. J is either 5th or 7th shelf.

From Clue 3, we get M is either 4th or 6th shelf. L is either 1st or 9th shelf.

Case I:

Case II:

Clues:

1. As many shelves are above L as below S.

2. N is above Q, which is not 1st shelf.

Inference:

From Clue 1, we get S is either 10th or 2nd shelf.

From Clue 2, we eliminate Case II as we cannot place N. N is 8th shelf and Q is 6th shelf.

The final arrangement is as follows:

Six shelves are above M.

Hence, option b.

Solution 37: C)

In the above options, only S is not below N.

Hence, option c.

Solution 38: D)

is 6th shelf.

Hence, option d.

Solution 39: B)

There are five shelves between O and L.

Hence, option b.

Solution 40: A)

If all the shelves are arranged in the English alphabetical order from bottomto top, then the position of three shelves (M, R and S) will remain unchangedafter the rearrangement.

Hence, option a.

Question 1: In the question, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). These statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and give answer.

Statements: U > H ≥ O > R; S > R > Q; G ≤ Q > E

Conclusions:

I. H > G

II. U ≥ E

A) Only conclusion I is true

B) Only conclusion II is true

C) Either conclusion I or II is true

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E) Both conclusions I and II are true

Question 2: In the question, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). These statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and give answer.

Statements: A > W ≥ C ≤ Y; D > C > M; Z < K ≤ M

Conclusions:

I. D < A

II. Y = K

A) Only conclusion I is true

B) Only conclusion II is true

C) Either conclusion I or II is true

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E) Both conclusions I and II are true

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Question 3: In the question below there are three statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to take the three 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 three statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Statements:

A few date is day.

All day is month.

Only a few month is year.

Conclusions:

I. A few date is year.

II. No year is day.

A) Only conclusion II follows

B) Both conclusion I and conclusion II follow

C) Only conclusion I follows

D) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

E) None of these

Question 4: In the question below there are three statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to take the three 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 three statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Statements:

No bed is cloth.

No cloth is room.

Every room is home.

Conclusions:

I. Some room may be bed.

II. No cloth is home.

A) Only conclusion II follows

B) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

C) Only conclusion I follows

D) Both conclusion I and conclusion II follow

E) None of these

Question 5: In the question below there are three statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to take the three 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 three statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Statements:

A few line is segment.

No circle is line.

All circle is row.

Conclusions:

I. All segment being row is a possibility.

II. A few segment is not circle.

A) Only conclusion II follows

B) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

C) Only conclusion I follows

D) Both conclusion I and conclusion II follow

E) None of these

Question 6: In the question, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). These statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and give answer.

Statements: A < B ≤ C > D; E = F ≤ B > G

Conclusions:

I. C ≥ E

II. D < F

A) Only conclusion I is true

B) Only conclusion II is true

C) Either conclusion I or II is true

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E) Both conclusions I and II are true

Question 7: In the question, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). These statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and give answer.

Statements: J ≥ K > L ≥ M; N > K > O = P

Conclusions:

I. P < M

II. J ≥ P

A) Only conclusion I is true

B) Only conclusion II is true

C) Either conclusion I or II is true

D) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E) Both conclusions I and II are true

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

Eight bikes M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are parked around the circular park such that all are parked facing towards the center. Each of the bikes have different weights among 50kg, 51kg, 52kg, 53kg, 54kg, 55kg, 56kg and 57 kg.

There are two bikes between bike M and bike N. Bike M is second to the right of bike O, whose weight is 52kg. Bike R is opposite to bike S. Bike R is not adjacent to bike O. The weight of bike T is 5kg lesser than that of bike Q. Bike R is the lightest bike. Bike P is not adjacent to bike N and bike R. Bike T is second to the right of bike Q but not adjacent to bike R. The 55kg bike is to the immediate right of 53kg bike.

Question 8: What is the sum of weight of bike Q and bike O?

A) 121

B) 115

C) 108

D) 110

E) 120

Question 9: Which bike is third to the left of T?

A) P

B) One, whose weight is 52kg

C) One, whose weight is 53kg

D) R

E) N

Question 10: Which bike is opposite to bike N?

A) Bike Q

B) Bike P

C) Bike S

D) Bike O

E) Bike R

Question 11: The weight of bike Q is _____.

A) 50kg

B) 54kg

C) 56kg

D) 51kg

E) 52kg

Question 12: Which of the following bike is heaviest?

A) Bike P

B) Bike R

C) Bike S

D) Bike N

E) Cannot be determined

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

A certain number of persons are sitting in a row facing north.

Three persons sit between A and B. C sits second to the left of A. F sits second to the right of D. Not more than 12 persons sit in the row. F sits to the right of B. Two persons sit between D and B. D and A are not immediate neighbours.

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Question 13: Who among the following sits at the extreme left end?

A) A

B) B

C) C

D) D

E) None of the above

Question 14: How many persons sit in the row?

A) 11

B) 9

C) 10

D) 8

E) 12

Question 15: How many persons sit between C and D?

A) Six

B) Seven

C) Five

D) Ten

E) None of the above

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

There are two types of flats i.e., A and B on each floor of a five-floor building. The bottommost floor is numbered as 1 and the topmost floor is numbered as 5. Flat A is in west of Flat B. Ten persons (P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, and Y) live in these flats such that one person lives in each flat. All flats are of the same dimensions.

Note: If ‘n’ lives adjacent to ‘m’ then both persons live on the same floor unless stated otherwise. If ‘n’ lives one/two floors above/below ‘m’ then both persons live in the same type of flat unless stated otherwise.

X lives two floors below Y. X lives in Flat A of an odd numbered floor. R lives adjacent to S, but not on an even numbered floor. V doesn’t live adjacent to T. P lives two floors below S. Q lives one floor above W but not in the same type of flat. T doesn’t live in Flat B.

Question 16: ____ lives in Flat B of 2nd floor.

A) Q

B) V

C) W

D) U

E) None of the above

Question 17: W lives _____ floors below U.

A) Two

B) Three

C) One

D) Four

E) W and U live in different flats

Question 18: How many persons live below Q? (In the same type of flat).

A) Two

B) Three

C) None

D) One

E) Four

Question 19: _____ lives adjacent to X.

A) V

B) Q

C) U

D) P

E) None of the above

Question 20: P lives in Flat B of _____ floor.

A) 1st

B) 2nd

C) 3rd

D) Either (a) or (b)

E) Cannot be determined

Question 21: In a certain coding system, ‘deer is animal’ is coded as ‘pq, rs, tu’. ‘lion is dangerous’ is coded as ‘rs, rm, kl’ and ‘lion animal forest’ is coded as ‘rm, tu, xy’. How will ‘forest is dangerous’ is coded in the same coding system?

A) xy, rm, kl

B) xy, rs, kl

C) rs, kl, pq

D) tu, kl, rs

E) kl, pq, xy

Question 22: If all the digits of the number 8677176215263 are arranged in ascending order from the right end, then what will be the sum of last four digits from the right end after the rearrangement?

A) 29

B) 28

C) 27

D) 25

E) None of the above

Question 23: How many pairs of letters (both backward and forward) are there in the word “SALUTATION” which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English Alphabetical series?

A) Two

B) Three

C) Four

D) Five

E) None of the above.

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

Eight houses (P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W) are situated at certain distance from each other in a locality. W is 8m north of P. Q is 20m east of W. R is 13m north of Q. V is 10m east of R. U is 7m north of V. T is 5m east of U. S is 14m south of T.

Question 24: What is the shortest distance between house Q and house T?

A) 15m

B) 25m

C) 20m

D) 35m

E) None of the above

Question 25: What is the direction of R with respect to S?

A) West

B) Northwest

C) East

D) Northeast

E) None of the above

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

Seven persons (P, Q, R, S, T, U, and V) were born on 31st December of eight different years (1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1995, and 2000) but not necessarily in the same order. Each person works in different company (TCS, IBM, HCL, Wipro, Infosys, Mindtree and Mphasis). Ages of these persons are calculated with respect to 31st December 2021.

Q, who works in Mphasis, was born in a leap year. Both R, who works in Infosys, and V were born in a non-leap year. Two persons were born between Q and S. V was born immediately before U. More than two persons were born between R and Q. P works in Wipro. The person, who works in IBM, is 2 years younger than the person, who works in HCL. T, who works in Mindtree, is 6 years younger than S.

Question 26: The person, who works in TCS, was born in____.

A) 1988

B) 1984

C) 1986

D) 1989

E) 1990

Question 27: Q is ____ years elder than the person, who works in IBM.

A) 2

B) 1

C) Either (a) or (c)

D) 4

E) None of the above

Question 28: Which of the following statements is/are definitely correct?

I. V works in HCL

II. R was born in 1990

III. P was born in a non-leap year

A) Only I

B) Only III

C) Only II

D) Only II and III

E) Only I and II

Question 29: Which of the following person was born in 1995?

A) V

B) U

C) S

D) P

E) None of the above

Question 30: How many persons were born between P and the person, who works in HCL?

A) Four

B) Two

C) Three

D) One

E) None of the above

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

In a certain code language

I. ‘good work place ethics’ is coded as ‘blue, red, cyan, aqua’.

II. ‘good behaviour and polite’ is coded as ‘black, yellow, red, green’.

III. ‘place of polite behaviour’ is coded as ‘brown, cyan, black, yellow’.

IV. ‘sound behaviour of employee’ is coded as ‘white, orange, brown, yellow’.

Question 31: What is the code for ‘good employee’?

A) red white

B) orange red

C) blue white

D) aqua orange

E) Cannot be determined

Question 32: ‘____’ is coded as ‘green’.

A) place

B) and

C) polite

D) behaviour

E) None of the above

Question 33: ‘polite work’ is coded as ‘____’.

A) black, aqua

B) brown, cyan

C) blue, black

D) brown, blue

E) Either (a) or (c)

Question 34: Which of the following word is definitely correctly matched with its code?

A) employee- white

B) sound – orange

C) behaviour- yellow

D) ethics- blue

E) work – blue

Question 35: What is the code for ‘behaviour and ethics’?

A) brown, yellow, blue

B) yellow, green, aqua

C) green, yellow, blue

D) white, green, blue

E) Cannot be determined

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

There are ten shelves J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S one above the other in an Almirah. The bottommost shelf is numbered as 1 and the topmost shelf is numbered as 10.

P is a prime numbered shelf. O is five shelves above P. R is two shelves above O. Both K and J are prime numbered shelves. K is two shelves below J. There are two shelves between M and L. M is immediately below J. As many shelves are above L as below S. N is above Q, which is not 1st shelf.

Question 36: How many shelves are above M?

A) Four

B) Six

C) Five

D) Seven

E) None of the above

Question 37: Which shelf is not below N?

A) M

B) Q

C) S

D) P

E) K

Question 38: ____ is 6th shelf.

A) M

B) K

C) J

D) Q

E) None of the above

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Question 39: How many shelves are there between O and L?

A) Two

B) Five

C) None

D) Four

E) None of the above

Question 40: If all the shelves are arranged as per the English alphabetical order from bottom to top, then the positions of how many shelves will remain unchanged after the rearrangement?

A) Three

B) Two

C) Four

D) One

E) None of the above

प्रश्न 1: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में, कुछ तत्वों के बीच के रिश्ते को कुछ कथन में दर्शाया गया है|इन कथन के बाद तीन निष्कर्ष दिए गए हैं|कथन को पढ़ें और सवालों के उत्तर दें|

कथन: U > H ≥ O > R; S > R > Q; G ≤ Q > E

निष्कर्ष:

I. H > G

II. U ≥ E

A) केवल निष्कर्ष I सत्य है

B) केवल निष्कर्ष II सत्य है

C) या तो निष्कर्ष I या II सत्य है

D) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही II सत्य है

E) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और II सत्य है

प्रश्न 2: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में, कुछ तत्वों के बीच के रिश्ते को कुछ कथन में दर्शाया गया है|इन कथन के बाद तीन निष्कर्ष दिए गए हैं|कथन को पढ़ें और सवालों के उत्तर दें|

कथन: A > W ≥ C ≤ Y; D > C > M; Z < K ≤ M

निष्कर्ष:

I. D < A

II. Y = K

A) केवल निष्कर्ष I सत्य है

B) केवल निष्कर्ष II सत्य है

C) या तो निष्कर्ष I या II सत्य है

D) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही II सत्य है

E) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और II सत्य है

प्रश्न 3: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में तीन कथन के बाद दो निष्कर्ष I और II दिए गए हैं|आपको दिए गए कथन को सत्य मानना है भले ही वह ज्ञात तथ्यों से भिन्न भी हो और फिर यह तय करना है कि दिए गए निष्कर्षों में से कौन सा निष्कर्ष इन कथनों का तर्कसंगत अनुसरण करता है|

कथन:

कुछ date day है|

सभी day month है|

केवल कुछ month year है|

निष्कर्ष:

I. कुछ date year है|

II. कोई भी year day नहीं है|

A) केवल निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

B) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

C) केवल निष्कर्ष I अनुसरण करता है|

D) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

E) इनमे से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 4: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में तीन कथन के बाद दो निष्कर्ष I और II दिए गए हैं|आपको दिए गए कथन को सत्य मानना है भले ही वह ज्ञात तथ्यों से भिन्न भी हो और फिर यह तय करना है कि दिए गए निष्कर्षों में से कौन सा निष्कर्ष इन कथनों का तर्कसंगत अनुसरण करता है|

कथन:

कोई भी bed cloth नहीं है|

कोई भी cloth room नहीं है|

प्रत्येक room home है|

निष्कर्ष:

I. कुछ room bed हो सकते है|

II. कोई भी cloth home नहीं है|

A) केवल निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

B) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

C) केवल निष्कर्ष I अनुसरण करता है|

D) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

E) इनमे से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 5: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में तीन कथन के बाद दो निष्कर्ष I और II दिए गए हैं|आपको दिए गए कथन को सत्य मानना है भले ही वह ज्ञात तथ्यों से भिन्न भी हो और फिर यह तय करना है कि दिए गए निष्कर्षों में से कौन सा निष्कर्ष इन कथनों का तर्कसंगत अनुसरण करता है|

कथन:

कुछ line segment है|

कोई भी circle line नहीं है|

सभी circle row है|

निष्कर्ष:

I. सभी segment के row होने की संभावना है|

II. कुछ segment circle नहीं है|

A) केवल निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

B) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

C) केवल निष्कर्ष I अनुसरण करता है|

D) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और निष्कर्ष II अनुसरण करता है|

E) इनमे से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 6: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में, कुछ तत्वों के बीच के सम्बन्ध को कथन में दर्शाया गया हैं|इन कथन के बाद दो निष्कर्ष दिए गए हैं|कथन को पढ़ें और सवालों के उत्तर दें|

कथन: A < B ≤ C > D; E = F ≤ B > G

निष्कर्ष:

I. C ≥ E

II. D < F

A) केवल निष्कर्ष I सत्य है

B) केवल निष्कर्ष II सत्य है

C) या निष्कर्ष I या II सत्य है

D) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही II सत्य है

E) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और II सत्य है

प्रश्न 7: निम्नलिखित प्रश्न में, कुछ तत्वों के बीच के सम्बन्ध को कथन में दर्शाया गया हैं|इन कथन के बाद दो निष्कर्ष दिए गए हैं|कथन को पढ़ें और सवालों के उत्तर दें|

कथनJ ≥ K > L ≥ M; N > K > O = P

निष्कर्ष

I. P < M

II. J ≥ P

A) केवल निष्कर्ष I सत्य है

B) केवल निष्कर्ष II सत्य है

C) या निष्कर्ष I या II सत्य है

D) ना ही निष्कर्ष I ना ही II सत्य है

E) दोनों निष्कर्ष I और II सत्य है

निर्देश: दिए गए जानकारी के आधार पर सवालों के उत्तर दें|

आठ bikes M, N, O, P, Q, R, S और T एक वृत्ताकार पार्क पर इस तरह खड़ी है कि सभी का मुख केंद्र की ओर है|इनमे से प्रत्येक bikes का वज़न अलग-अलग है अर्थात 50kg, 51kg, 52kg, 53kg, 54kg, 55kg, 56kg और 57 kg है|

Bike M और bike N के बीच दो bikes है|Bike M bike O के दाएँ से दूसरा bike है और bike O का वज़न 52kg है|Bike R bike S के विपरीत है|Bike R bike O के बगल में नहीं है|Bike T का वज़न bike Q के वज़न से 5kg कम है|Bike R सबसे हल्का bike है|Bike P bike N और bike R के बगल में नहीं है|Bike T bike Q के दाएँ से दुसरे स्थान पर है पर bike R के बगल में नहीं|55kg bike 53kg bike के तत्काल दाएँ ओर है|

प्रश्न 8: Bike Q और bike O के वज़न का योग कितना है?

A) 121

B) 115

C) 108

D) 110

E) 120

प्रश्न 9: T के बाएं से तीसरे स्थान पर कौन सा bike है?

A) P

B) One, whose weight is 52kg

C) One, whose weight is 53kg

D) R

E) N

प्रश्न 10: Bike N के विपरीत कौन सा bike है?

A) Bike Q

B) Bike P

C) Bike S

D) Bike O

E) Bike R

प्रश्न 11: Bike Q का वज़न _____ है|

A) 50kg

B) 54kg

C) 56kg

D) 51kg

E) 52kg

प्रश्न 12: निम्नलिखित में से कौन सी bike सबसे भारी है?

A) Bike P

B) Bike R

C) Bike S

D) Bike N

E) निर्धारित नहीं किया जा सकता

निर्देश: दिए गए जानकारी के आधार पर सवालों के उत्तर दें|

कुछ संख्या में व्यक्ति एक पंक्ति में उत्तर का सामना करते हुए बैठे हैं|

A और B के बीच तीन व्यक्ति बैठे हैं| C A के बाएं से दुसरे स्थान पर बैठा है| F D के दाएँ से दुसरे स्थान पर बैठा है| पंक्ति में 12 से अधिक व्यक्ति नहीं बैठे हैं| F B के दाएँ ओर बैठा है| D और B के बीच दो व्यक्ति बैठे हैं| D और A तत्काल पड़ोसी नहीं है|

प्रश्न 13: निम्नलिखित में से कौन अंतिम बाएं छोर पर बैठा है?

A) A

B) B

C) C

D) D

E) इनमे से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 14: पंक्ति में कितने व्यक्ति बैठे हैं?

A) 11

B) 9

C) 10

D) 8

E) 12

प्रश्न 15: C और D के बीच कितने व्यक्ति बैठे हैं?

A) छह

B) सात

C) पांच

D) दस

E) इनमे से कोई नहीं

निर्देश: नीचे दी गई जानकारी के आधार पर प्रश्नों के उत्तर दें।

एक पाँच मंज़िला इमारत के प्रत्येक मंजिल पर दो प्रकार के फ़्लैट अर्थात् A और B हैं। सबसे नीचे वाली मंजिल की संख्या 1 और सबसे ऊपरी मंजिल की संख्या 5 है। फ्लैट A, फ्लैट B के पश्चिम में है। इन फ्लैटों में दस व्यक्ति (P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, और Y) इस प्रकार रहते हैं कि प्रत्येक फ्लैट में एक व्यक्ति रहता है। सभी फ्लैट एक ही आयाम के हैं।

ध्यान दें: यदि ‘n’ ‘m’ के बगल में रहता है तो दोनों व्यक्ति एक ही मंजिल पर रहते हैं जब तक कि अन्यथा  कहा गया हो। यदि ‘n’ ‘m’ के एक/दो मंजिल ऊपर/नीचे रहता है तो दोनों व्यक्ति एक ही प्रकार के फ्लैट में रहते हैं जब तक कि अन्यथा  कहा गया हो।

X, Y से दो मंजिल नीचे रहता है। X विषम संख्या से अंकित मंजिल के फ्लैट A में रहता है। R, S के बगल में रहता है, लेकिन एक सम संख्या से अंकित मंजिल पर नहीं रहता है। V, T के बगल में नहीं रहता है। P, S से दो मंजिल नीचे रहता है। Q, W से एक मंजिल ऊपर रहता है लेकिन समान प्रकार के फ्लैट में नहीं रहता है। T फ्लैट B में नहीं रहता है।

प्रश्न 16: ____ दूसरी मंजिल के फ्लैट B में रहता है।

A) Q

B) V

C) W

D) U

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 17: W, U से _____ मंजिल नीचे रहता है।

A) दो

B) तीन

C) एक

D) चार

E) W और U अलग-अलग फ्लैट में रहते हैं

प्रश्न 18: Q के नीचे कितने व्यक्ति रहते हैं? (समान प्रकार के फ्लैट में)।

A) दो

B) तीन

C) एक भी नहीं

D) एक

E) चार

प्रश्न 19: _____ X के बगल में रहता है।

A) V

B) Q

C) U

D) P

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

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प्रश्न 20: P _____ मंजिल के फ्लैट B में रहता है।

A) पहली

B) दूसरी

C) तीसरी

D) या तो (a) या (b)

E) निर्धारित नहीं किया जा सकता

प्रश्न 21: एक निश्चित कोडिंग प्रणाली में, ‘deer is animal’ को ‘pq, rs, tu’ के रूप में कोडित किया जाता है। ‘lion is dangerous’ को ‘rs, rm, kl’ और ‘lion animal Forest’ को ‘rm, tu, xy’ के रूप में कोडित किया गया है। उसी कोडिंग प्रणाली में ‘forest is dangerous’ को कैसे कोडित किया जाएगा?

A) xy, rm, kl

B) xy, rs, kl

C) rs, kl, pq

D) tu, kl, rs

E) kl, pq, xy

प्रश्न 22: यदि संख्या 8677176215263 के सभी अंकों को दाएं छोर से आरोही क्रम में व्यवस्थित किया जाए, तो पुनर्व्यवस्था के बाद दाएं छोर से अंतिम चार अंकों का योग कितना होगा?

A) 29

B) 28

C) 27

D) 25

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 23: शब्द “SALUTATION” में अक्षरों के कितने जोड़े (पीछे और आगे दोनों दिशा में) हैं जिनके बीच उतने ही अक्षर हैं जितने कि अंग्रेजी वर्णमाला श्रृंखला में हैं?

A) दो

B) तीन

C) चार

D) पांच

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

निर्देश: नीचे दी गई जानकारी के आधार पर प्रश्नों के उत्तर दें।

आठ घर (P, Q, R, S, T, U, V और W) एक इलाके में एक दूसरे से निश्चित दूरी पर स्थित हैं। W, P के 8m उत्तर में है। Q, W के 20m पूर्व में है। R, Q के 13m उत्तर में है। V, R के 10m पूर्व में है। U, V के 7m उत्तर में है। T, U के 5m पूर्व में है। S, T के 14m दक्षिण में है।

प्रश्न 24: घर Q और घर T के बीच की न्यूनतम दूरी कितनी है?

A) 15m

B) 25m

C) 20m

D) 35m

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 25: S के सन्दर्भ में R की दिशा क्या है?

A) पश्चिम

B) उत्तर-पश्चिम

C) पूर्व

D) उत्तर-पूर्व

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

निर्देश: नीचे दी गई जानकारी के आधार पर प्रश्नों के उत्तर दें।

सात व्यक्तियों (P, Q, R, S, T, U, और V) का जन्म आठ अलग-अलग वर्षों (1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1995 और 2000) के 31 दिसंबर को हुआ था, लेकिन जरूरी नहीं कि इसी क्रम में हों। प्रत्येक व्यक्ति अलग-अलग कंपनी (TCS, IBM, HCL, Wipro, Infosys, Mindtree और Mphasis) में काम करता है। इन व्यक्तियों की आयु की गणना 31 दिसंबर 2021 के संबंध में की गई है।

Q, जो Mphasis में काम करता है, का जन्म एक अधिवर्ष में हुआ था। R, जो Infosys में काम करता है, और V दोनों का जन्म एक गैर-अधिवर्ष में हुआ था। Q और S के बीच दो व्यक्तियों का जन्म हुआ था। V का जन्म U से तत्काल पहले हुआ था। R और Q के बीच दो से अधिक व्यक्तियों का जन्म हुआ था। P Wipro में काम करता है। वह व्यक्ति, जो IBM में काम करता है, HCL में काम करने वाले व्यक्ति से 2 वर्ष छोटा है। T, जो Mindtree में काम करता है, S से 6 वर्ष छोटा है।

प्रश्न 26: वह व्यक्ति, जो TCS में काम करता है, का जन्म _____ में हुआ था।

A) 1988

B) 1984

C) 1986

D) 1989

E) 1990

प्रश्न 27: Q, IBM में काम करने वाले व्यक्ति से ____ वर्ष बड़ा है।

A) 2

B) 1

C) या तो (a) या (c)

D) 4

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 28: निम्नलिखित में से कौन-सा कथन निश्चित रूप से सही है?

I. V HCL में काम करता है

II. R का जन्म 1990 में हुआ था

III. P का जन्म एक गैर-अधिवर्ष में हुआ था

A) केवल I

B) केवल III

C) केवल II

D) केवल II और III

E) केवल I और II

प्रश्न 29: निम्नलिखित में से किस व्यक्ति का जन्म 1995 में हुआ था?

A) V

B) U

C) S

D) P

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 30: P और उस व्यक्ति के बीच कितने व्यक्तियों का जन्म होता है जो HCL में काम करता है?

A) चार

B) दो

C) तीन

D) एक

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

निर्देश: नीचे दी गई जानकारी के आधार पर प्रश्नों के उत्तर दें।

एक निश्चित कूट भाषा में,

I. ‘good work place ethics’ का कूट ‘blue, red, cyan, aqua’ है।

II. ‘good behaviour and polite’ का कूट ‘black, yellow, red, green’ है।

III. ‘place of polite behaviour’ का कूट ‘brown, cyan, black, yellow’ है।

IV. ‘sound behaviour of employee’ का कूट ‘white, orange, brown, yellow’ है।

प्रश्न 31: ‘good employee’ के लिए क्या कूट है?

A) red white

B) orange red

C) blue white

D) aqua orange

E) निर्धारित नहीं किया जा सकता है

प्रश्न 32: ‘____’ को ‘green’ के रूप में कूट किया गया है।

A) place

B) and

C) polite

D) behaviour

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नहीं

प्रश्न 33: ‘polite work’ को ‘____’ के रूप में कूट किया गया है।

A) black, aqua

B) brown, cyan

C) blue, black

D) brown, blue

E) या तो (a) या (c)

प्रश्न 34: निम्नलिखित में से कौन-सा शब्द निश्चित रूप से अपने कूट से सही ढंग से मेल खाता है?

A) employee- white

B) sound – orange

C) behaviour- yellow

D) ethics- blue

E) work – blue

प्रश्न 35: ‘behaviour and ethics’ के लिए कूट क्या है?

A) brown, yellow, blue

B) yellow, green, aqua

C) green, yellow, blue

D) white, green, blue

E) निर्धारित नहीं किया जा सकता

निर्देशनीचे दी गई जानकारी के आधार पर प्रश्नों के उत्तर दें।

एक अलमीरा में दस shelves J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R और S एक के ऊपर एक हैं। सबसे निचली shelf की संख्या 1 और सबसे ऊपरी shelf की संख्या 10 है।

P एक अभाज्य संख्या से अंकित shelf है। O P से पांच shelves ऊपर हैं। R O से दो shelves ऊपर हैं। K और J दोनों अभाज्य संख्या से अंकित shelves हैं। K J से दो shelves नीचे हैं। M और L के बीच दो shelves हैं। M J के तत्काल नीचे है। जितनी shelves L के ऊपर हैं उतनी ही S के नीचे हैं। N Q के ऊपर है और Q पहली shelf नहीं है।

प्रश्न 36: M के ऊपर कितनी shelves हैं?

A) चार

B) छह

C) पांच

D) सात

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नही

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प्रश्न 37: कौन-सा shelf N के नीचे नहीं है?

A) M

B) Q

C) S

D) P

E) K

प्रश्न 38: ____ छठा shelf है।

A) M

B) K

C) J

D) Q

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नही

प्रश्न 39: O और L के बीच कितनी shelves हैं?

A) Two

B) Five

C) None

D) Four

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नही

प्रश्न 40: यदि सभी shelves को नीचे से ऊपर तक अंग्रेजी वर्णमाला के क्रम में व्यवस्थित किया जाता है, तो पुनर्व्यवस्था के बाद कितनी shelves के स्थान अपरिवर्तित रहेंगे?

A) तीन

B) दो

C) चार

D) एक

E) उपरोक्त में से कोई नही

Solution 1: A)

Given statement: U > H ≥ O > R; S > R > Q; G ≤ Q > E

On combining statements, we get,

U > H ≥ O > R > Q > E; U > H ≥ O > R > Q ≥ G

Conclusions:

I. H > G: True (As, H ≥ O > R > Q ≥ G, so, H > G)

III. U ≥ E: False (As U > H ≥ O > R > Q > E, so, U > E)

Hence, option a.

Solution 2: D)

Given statement: A > W ≥ C ≤ Y; D > C > M; Z < K ≤ M

On combining statements, we get,

A > W ≥ C > M ≥ K > Z; Y ≥ C > M ≥ K > Z; A > W ≥ C < D

Conclusions:

I. D < A: False (As, A > W ≥ C < D, so, we cannot establish the exact relation between A and D)

II. Y = K: False (As, Y ≥ C > M ≥ K, so, Y > K)

Hence, option d.

Solution 3: D)

Following figure can be formed:

From the figure, neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

Hence, option d.

Solution 4: C)

Following figure can be formed:

From the figure, only conclusion I follows.

Hence, option c.

Solution 5: D)

Following figure can be formed:

From the figure, both conclusion I and conclusion II follow.

Hence, option d.

Solution 6: A)

Given statements: A < B ≤ C > D; E = F ≤ B > G

On combining, we get,

C ≥ B ≥ F = E and C ≥ B > G

Conclusions:

I. C ≥ E: True (As, C ≥ B ≥ F = E, so, C ≥ E)

II. D < F: False (As F ≤ B ≤ C > D, so, we cannot establish the exact relation between D and F)

Hence, option a.

Solution 7: D)

Given statement: J ≥ K > L ≥ M; N > K > O = P

On combining statements, we get,

J ≥ K > O = P

Conclusions:

I. P < M: False (As, M ≤ L < K > O = P, so, we cannot establish the exact relation between P and M)

II. J ≥ P: False (As, J ≥ K > O = P, so, J > P)

Hence, option d.

Solution 8: C)

Starting Point: Here, we can start with O, M and N in order to form two cases.

Clues:

1.) Bike M is second to the right of bike O, whose wight is 52kg.

2.) There are two bikes are between bike M and bike N.

Inference:

So, we have two cases as shown below,

Case 1:

Case 2:

Clues:

3.)Bike R is opposite to bike S.

4.)Bike R is not adjacent to bike O.

5.) The weight of bike T is 5kg lesser than that of bike Q.

6.) Bike R is the lightest bike.

7.) Bike P is not adjacent to bike N and bike R.

Inference:

From (5) and (6), the weight of bike T and bike Q must be 51kg and 56kg respectively.

Case 1:

Case 2:

Clues:

8.) Bike T is second to the right of bike Q but not adjacent to bike R.

9.) The 55kg bike is immediate right of 53kg bike.

Inference:

From (8), case 2 must be rejected.

The sum of weight of bike Q and bike O = 56 + 52 = 108

Hence, option c.

Solution 9: D)

Bike R is third to the left of bike T.

Hence, option d.

Solution 10: B)

Bike P is opposite to bike N.

Hence, option b.

Solution 11: C)

The weight of bike Q is 56kg.

Hence, option c.

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Solution 12: E)

Either bike N or bike S is the heaviest.

Hence, option e.

Solution 13: C)

Starting Point: First consider the direct statements/clues.

Clues:

1. Three persons sit between A and B.

2. C sits second to the left of A.

3. Two persons sit between D and B.

4. D and A are not immediate neighbours.

Inference: From clues 1, 2, and 3 we conclude that D either sits seventh to the left or the right of A. As B sits 4th to the left or 4th to the right of A. So, there are two ways to arrange A, B, C and D.

Case 1: When A sits fourth right of B.

Case 2: When A sits fourth left of B.

Clues:

1. F sits second to the right of D

2. Not more than 12 persons sit in the row.

3. F sits to the right of B.

Inference: From clue 1, 2, and 3 we conclude that F sits on the right end. And case 1 gets eliminated.

The final arrangement is given below:

C sits at the extreme left end.

Hence, option c.

Solution 14: E)

12 persons sit in the row.

Hence, option e.

Solution 15: E)

Eight persons are sitting between C and D.

Hence, option e.

Solution 16: B)

Starting Point: Start with placing X, Y, R, and S to form two cases initially.

Clues:

1. X lives in Flat A of an odd numbered floor.

2. X lives two floors below Y.

3. R lives adjacent to S, but not on an even numbered floor.

Inferences:

From clue 1 and clue 2, we get X lives either on 3rd or 1st floor. Y lives in Flat A of either 5th or 3rd floor.

From clue 3, we get R and S lives either in Flat A or Flat B of either 1st or 5th floor.

Case I: When Y lives on 5th floor.

Case II: When Y lives on 3rd floor.

Clues:

1. P lives two floors below S.

2. Q lives one floor above W but not in the same type of flat.

Inferences:

From clue 1, we reject Case I as we can’t place P. S must lives in Flat B of 5th floor. R lives in Flat A of 5th floor. P lives in Flat B of 3rd floor.

From clue 2, we get W lives adjacent to X. Q lives in Flat A of 2nd floor.

Clues:

1. T doesn’t live in Flat B.

2. V doesn’t live adjacent to T.

Inferences:

From clue 1, we get T lives in Flat A of 4th floor.

From clue 2, we get U lives adjacent to T. V lives adjacent to Q.

V lives in Flat B of 2nd floor.

Hence, option b.

Solution 17: B)

W lives three floors below U.

Hence, option b.

Solution 18: D)

One person lives below Q. (In the same type of flat).

Hence, option d.

Solution 19: E)

Hence, option e.

Solution 20: C)

P lives in Flat B of 3rd floor.

Hence, option c.

Solution 21: B)

After decoding the codes, we get:

The code for ‘forest is dangerous’ is ‘xy, rs, kl’.

Hence, option b.

Solution 22: A)

Given number:

8677176215263

After rearrangement in ascending order from the right end, we get:

8777666532211

The last four digits from the right end are (8, 7, 7, and 7).

Required sum = (8 + 7 + 7 + 7) = 29

Hence, option a.

Solution 23: A)

Given word: SALUTATION

‘TU’ and ‘NO’ are the two pairs which have as many letters between them as in the English Alphabetical Series.

Hence, option a.

Solution 24: B)

From the given information following information can be formed:

The shortest distance between house Q and house T is:

√(152 + 202)m = √(225 + 400)m = √625m = 25m.

The shortest distance between house Q and house T is 25m.

Hence, option b.

Solution 25: B)

R is in northwest direction with respect to S.

Hence, option b.

Solution 26: D)

Starting Point: Start with placing Q, S, and T to form least number of cases initially.

Clues:

1. Q, who works in Mphasis, was born in a leap year.

2. Two persons were born between Q and S.

3. T, who works in Mindtree, is 6 years younger than S.

Inferences:

From clue 1, we get Q was born in 1984 or 1988 or 2000.

From clue 2, we get S was born either in 1989 or 1995.

From clue 3, we get T was born in 1995, which means S was born in 1989. And, Q was born either in 1984 or 2000.

Case I: When Q was born in 1984.

Case II: When Q was born in 2000.

Clues:

1. V was born immediately before U.

2. R, who works in Infosys, and V were born in a non-leap year.

3. More than two persons were born between R and Q. P works in Wipro.

Inferences:

From clue 1 and clue 2, we get V was born in 1986. U was born in 1988. R was born in 1990. P was either in 2000 or 1984.

From clue 3, we reject Case II as we can’t place R. P was born in 2000.

Clues:

1. The person, who works in IBM, is 2 years younger than the person, who works in HCL.

Inferences:

From clue 1, we get V works in HCL. U works in IBM. S works in TCS.

The final arrangement is as follows:

S works in TCS.

S was born in 1989.

Hence, option d.

Solution 27: D)

U works in IBM.

Q is 4 years elder than U.

Hence, option d.

Solution 28: E)

Only statements I and II are correct.

Hence, option e.

Solution 29: E)

T was born in 1995.

Hence, option e.

Solution 30: A)

V works in HCL.

Four persons were born between V and P.

Hence, option a.

Solution 31: E)

From statement II, III, and IV, we get the code for ‘behaviour’ as ‘yellow’.

From statement I and II, we get the code for ‘good’ as ‘red’.

From statement I and III, we get the code for ‘place’ as ‘cyan’.

From statement II and III, we get the code for ‘polite’ as ‘black’.

From statement III and IV, we get the code for ‘of’ as ‘brown’.

From statement II alone, we get the code for ‘and’ is ‘green’.

From statement I alone, we get the code for ‘work’ and ‘ethics’ as ‘blue’ and ‘aqua’, but not necessarily in the same order.

From statement IV alone, we get the code for ‘sound’ and ‘employee’ as ‘white’ and ‘orange’, but not necessarily in the same order.

The following table shows the words and their codes:

The code for ‘good employee’ is either ‘red, white’ or ‘orange, red’.

Hence, option e.

Solution 32: B)

‘and’ is coded as ‘green’.

Hence, option b.

Solution 33: E)

The code for ‘polite work’ is ‘black, aqua’, or ‘blue black’.

Hence, option e.

Solution 34: C)

The code for ‘behaviour’ is ‘yellow’.

Hence, option c.

Solution 35: E)

The code for ‘behaviour and ethics’ is either ‘green, yellow, blue’ or ‘yellow, green, aqua’.

Hence, option e.

Solution 36: B)

Starting Point: Start with placing P, O and R in order to form minimum number of cases initially.

Clues:

1. P is a prime numbered shelf.

2. O is five shelves above P.

3. R is two shelves above O.

Inferences:

From Clue 1, 2 and 3, we get P iseither 2nd or 3rd shelf. O is either 7th or 8th shelf, and R is either 9th or 10th shelf.

Case I: When P is 2nd shelf.

Case II: When P is 3rd shelf.

Clues:

1. K is two shelves below J.

2. Both K and J are prime numbered shelves.

3. M is immediately below J.

4. There are two shelves between M and L.

Inferences:

From Clue 1 and 2, we get K is either 3rd or 5th shelf. J is either 5th or 7th shelf.

From Clue 3, we get M is either 4th or 6th shelf. L is either 1st or 9th shelf.

Case I:

Case II:

Clues:

1. As many shelves are above L as below S.

2. N is above Q, which is not 1st shelf.

Inference:

From Clue 1, we get S is either 10th or 2nd shelf.

From Clue 2, we eliminate Case II as we cannot place N. N is 8th shelf and Q is 6th shelf.

The final arrangement is as follows:

Six shelves are above M.

Hence, option b.

Solution 37: C)

In the above options, only S is not below N.

Hence, option c.

Solution 38: D)

is 6th shelf.

Hence, option d.

Solution 39: B)

There are five shelves between O and L.

Hence, option b.

Solution 40: A)

If all the shelves are arranged in the English alphabetical order from bottomto top, then the position of three shelves (M, R and S) will remain unchangedafter the rearrangement.

Hence, option a.

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