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Directions (Q. 151-155): Below is given a passage followed by several possible inferences which can be drawn from the facts stated in the passage. You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsify. Mark answer:
1. If the inference is ‘definitely true’, i.e. it properly follows from the statement of facts given.
2. If the inference is ‘probably true’ though not ‘definitely true’ in the light of the facts given.
3. If the data are inadequate, i.e. from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false.
4. If the inference is ‘probably false’ though not ‘definitely false’ in the light of the facts given.
5. If the inference is definitely false’, i.e. it cannot possibly be drawn from the facts given or it contradicts the given facts.
Passage:
Advertising pundits had at the beginning of the year made some grim predictions for a long dull period of uncertainty and low growth. What they failed to predict, or thought shy of, was a rough of unimaginative advertising. The year proved them right, though it brought in its wake some odd wave of cheer in the form of international honour for some agencies, new accounts worth crores for others, surprise account losses for some bigwigs, international tie-ups and so on. But by and large the mood was low-key.
151. The predictions of the advertising pundits failed.
152. The year saw quite a deal unimaginative advertising.
153. Some of the ad agencies of India won global awards.
154. Lintas got certain new accounts.
155.Some of the global ad agencies dissociated themselves from India.
Directions (Q.156-160): In the following question the symbol #, *, @ , \$ and = are used with the following meanings:
A # B means A is greater than B
A * B means A is greater than or equal to B
A @ B means A is equal to B
A \$ B means A is lesser than B
A = B means A is lesser than or equal to B
Now in each of the following questions, assuming the three statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true. Give answer:
156. Statements: S = T, T * U, T \$ V
Conclusions: I. T \$ S II. U = V
157. Statements: K # L, K * M, M \$ N
Conclusions: I. G = K II. M @ K
158. Statements: F = G, F * H, F = K
Conclusions: I. G = K. II. K \$ H
159. Statements: T @ S, R \$ Q, Q @ T
Conclusions: I. Q * S II. S # R
160. Statements: B # C, c \$ D, E \$ C
Conclusions: I. D # B II. D = C
Directions (Q. 161-166): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions. Read both the statements and give answer:
1. If the data in statement are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement II alone arte not sufficient to answer the question.
2. If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
3. If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
4. If the data even in both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
5. If the data even in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
161.What was the difference between the maximum and minimum temperatures on Feb 18, 1998?
I. the maximum temperature was two degrees above normal and the minimum three degrees above normal.
II. The normal difference between maximum and minimum temperatures in February is 15°.
162. Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting round a table. Who is sitting opposite D?
I. A is sitting opposite B. II. C is not sitting opposite D.
163. Who among Q, R, S and T is the tallest?
I. R is taller than Q and S while T is shorter than Q.
II. Q is shorter than R, who is taller than S and T
164. On which date was Vikas married?
I. today is 18th February, a Sunday. II. Today is Vikas’ second marriage anniversary.
165. K is the father of L, who is the husband of M. How is N related to K?
I. M is the mother of N. II. N is the brother of P.
165. How is K related to G?
I. G is the mother of P, who is K’s son. II. G is K’s son.
Directions (Q.167-173): In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. an assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumption and decide which of the assumption is implicit in the statement. Give answer:
1. If only assumption I is implicit.
2. If only assumption II is implicit.
3. If either I or II is implicit.
4. If neither I nor II is implicit.
5. If both I and II are implicit.
167. Statement: If they do not want us as strategic partners, we will be content being investment partners as we foresee at least 20% returns.
Assumptions: I. Being strategic partner is preferable to being investment partner.
II. we are not ready to make compromises.
168. Statement: Alcan has full confidence in the Indal management and is fully committed to its investments in India and there is no possibility of any dilution of our stake in Indal.
Assumptions: I. Alcan has a majority stake in Indal.
II. The management of Indal is in the hands of Alcan.
169. Statement: I am not fully familiar with the Indian takeover rules.
Assumptions: I. I have faliliarity with the Indian takeover rules.
II. Takeover rules differ from country to country.
170. Statement: There are large number of voters who are not committed to our party but who will cast their vote in my favour.
Assumptions: I. No voter is committed to our party.
II. Loyalty of party is not the only factor in determining voting pattern.
171. Statement: Though women in Meghalaya are better placed in society, they are yet to come out and shoulder the responsibility of public representation.
Assumptions: I. representing in public is a sign of maturity.
II. Women still enjoy reservation in Meghalaya.
172. Statement: “I is a matter of shame on the part of the state government for failing in its duty to supply quality seeds, pesticides and due relief to the farmers, who are passing through turbulent times in the wake of loss of crops” – an opposition leader in an election speech.
Assumptions: I. farmers are an important vote-bank.
II. Seeds and pesticides ameliorate the lot of the farmers.
173. Statement: In present day politics certain forces and parties have emerged with the sole aim of acquiring power at any cost and devote all their time to retaining it without giving any thought to development or welfare of various sections.
Assumptions: I. Earlier, politics was welfare –oriented.
II. Power cannot be retained without social welfare.
Directions(Q. 174.178): In making decisions about important questions, it is desirable to be able to distinguish between ‘Strong” arguments and ‘weak’ arguments insofar as they relate to the question. ‘strong’ arguments are those which are both important and directly related to the question. ‘Weak’ arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question:
Instructions: Each question below is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a ‘strong’ argument and which is a ‘weak’ argument. Give answer 1, if only argument I is ‘strong’; give answer 2, if only argument II is ‘strong’; give answer 3, if either I or II is ‘strong’; give answer 4, if neither I or II is ‘strong’; and give answer 5, if both I and II are ‘strong’.
174. Statement: Should post-poll alliances be allowed?
Arguments: I. Yes, it is the only way out of a hung parliament.
II. No, it is a fraud upon voters who have voted them as opposed groups.
175. Statement: Should the government invest in infrastructure?
Arguments: I. Yes, it is the backbone of the economy.
II. No, it would be assuming too big a role.
176. Statement: Should bomb disposal squads be given co-operation by the public?
Arguments: I. Yes, they are necessary to rescue peoples lives.
II. No, they are a nuisance to day-today life.
177. Statement: Should there be re-polling at stations where there has been booth-capturing?
Arguments: I. Yes, what else do you think?
II. No, it is a waste of resources.
178. Statement: Should the knowledge of computers be made essential for employment in offices?
Arguments: I. Yes, computers are state-of-the art devices.
II. No, works in office are yet to get fully computerized.
Directions (Q. 179-183.): an arrangement machine, when given an input line of words, rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement:
Input: Delhi police moved the high court in September.
Step I : court Delhi Police moved the high in September
Step II : court Delhi high Police moved the in September
Step III : court Delhi high in Police moved the September
Step IV : court Delhi high in moved Police the September
Step V : court Delhi high In moved Police September the
179. Input: The supreme Court ordered banning of professional donors.
What will be the 3rd step?
1. banning the Supreme Court ordered or professional donors.
2. banning Court donors the Supreme ordered of professional
3. banning donors the Supreme Court ordered of professional
4. banning Court the Supreme ordered of professional donors
5. None of these
180. Which will be the last step for the following input?
Input:Till now the country does not have policy
1. Step III. 2. Step IV. 3. Step V. 4. Step VI. 5. None of these.
181.Input: he will help to bring the forces together.
For the above input which step will be the following?
Bring forces he help will to the together
1.Step II. 2. Step III. 3. Step IV. 4. Step V. 5. None of these.
182.Below are given four inputs 1, 2, 3 and 4. Which of them will b arranged the fastest? If more than one input can be arranged in the same number of steps, your answer will be 5.
1. Fractionisation is the best method to stop wastage.
2. The assembly polls have been swept this year
3. Voluntary blood donation will have to be encouraged.
4. By the time operation is performed.
183. What will be the fourth step of the following input?
Input:
1. a he is no more communist now
2. a communist he is no more now
3. a communist he is more no now
4. There will be no fourth step.
5. 5. None of these
Directions (Q. 184-190): study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
Following are the criteria for calling persons to a New Year’s party being celebrated at De Souza’s:
A. Only adults of 18 years and above are allowed to the party
B. The person should have a capacity to dance for two hours at a stretch.
C. Teetotallers are not allowed to the party.
D. Though there is no uniform for the party, those without brightly coloured cloths are not allowed.
E. Each person should have at least six friends.
However, if a person should fulfills all the above criteria except:
i. (B) above, but has a cassette recorded, his or her case may be referred to Mr. De Souza.
ii. (C) above, but is ready to make a generous contribution of Rs.1000 his or her case may be referred to Ms. De Souza.
On the basis of the above criteria and information provided below, decide the course of action in each case. No further information is available. You ar not to assume anything. Mark answer:
1. If the person is to be invited.
2. If the person is not to be invited.
3. If the person’s case may be referred to Mr. De Souza.
4. If the person’s case may be referred to Ms. De Souza.
5. If the data given about the person are not adequate to make a decision.
184. Mr. Prabhakar Mandal had his album, Dharohar, launched recently. The album made him dearer to his dozens of friends. His bright dress at parties adds to his popularity. However, his aversion to drinking makes him unpopular with some. He has been dancing for hours at a stretch since he was 20. He would contribute Rs.2500.
185. Ms. Prabha sinha is a lively woman 22 years of age. She is generous with her purse too and is ready to cough up Rs.3000 for the party. Though among scores of friends who drink, she has never touched wine. She can dance for hours without even letting out a sigh. Plain dresses are out of question for her.
186. 27 year old Vinee Shukla can’t dance for more than an hour at a stretch. Brightly coloured cloths are a routine with her and people were amazed when she appeared in white at the release of her audiocassette. The release was followed by wine drinking by her and her eight friends.
187. Preeti Dhingra is ready to pay Rs.500 for the party. She would spend another Rs.5000 on her wine. She seldom goes for plain clothes because she believes a 15 year old must look bright. She can dance for two hours at a stretch and that too when at least 10 of her friends are around.
188. Manu Vaswani can dance for six hours at a stretch whether he has taken wine or not. Just out of his teenage, he still wears only bright cloths. He says he has only eight friends while the rest are acquaintances.
189. 25 year old Chanda Gurung has no less than 15 friends. All them are well aware of her dancing and drinking prowess – six hours at a stretch and two bottles every night.
190. Mohit Raina enjoys being with his nine drunkard friends but does not drink. He wears nothing but brightly coloured clothes. 20 years old Raina has two cassettes to his credit. He can also dance for three hours at a stretch. He is ready to contribute Rs.500.
Directions (Q. 191-194): Read the following information and answer the questions given below it:
i. A man has six sons A, B, C, D, E and F who stay in four metros.
ii. They are Cricketer, Salesman, diplomat, Pilot, accountant and Driver.
iii. Three of the children are married
iv. D, who stays in Mumbai, is a Diplomat.
v. Those staying in Calcutta are Pilot and the Accountant.
vi. One of the two Mumbaiites is married while two of the bachelors live in Calcutta and Delhi.
vii. The salesman lives in Chennai.
viii. E. The Accountant, is married.
ix. F lives in Mumbai and A in Delhi.
x. B is a Pilot and pilots don’t marry.
191. Who among the following is a salesman?
1. C. 2. D. 3. E. 4. Can’ be determined. 5. None of these.
192. If the cricketer is a bachelor, who is the driver?
1.A. 2. E. 3. F. 4. Can’t be determined. 5. None of these.
193. Who among the following is definitely not married?
1.D. 2. E. 3. B. 4. C. 5. Can’t be determined.
194. Where does C live?
1. Delhi. 2. Mumbai. 3. Calcutta. 4. Chennai. 5. Can’t be determined.
Directions (Q. 195-199): Read the following character sequence carefully and then answer the questions given below it:
A B H I 3 N V T K P S M 4 R L Z X 9 Q U C 7 E D G F 5 J
195. What will be the 19th character to the left of the 12th character to the right of the 16th character from the right?
1. V. 2. T. 3. K. 4. P. 5. None of these.
196. If every third character, starting from H is dropped, what will be the 11th character to the left of the 17th character from the left?
1.V. 2. T. 3. K. 4. P. 5. None of these.
197. Which of the following will come in place of the question mark in the following series?
? IKS VMR PLX 49U
1. A3V. 2. BVK. 3. ANT. 4. BNK. 5.None of these.
198. Which of the following will be the 14h to the right of 6th to the left of 19th character from the left?
1. D. 2. G. 3.F. 4. 5. 5. None of these.
199. What will be the third letter of the word made of the 1st, 7th, 21st a and 23rd characters of the given sequence? If no such word can be made, mark X as your answer. If more than one such word can be made, mark P as your answer.
1. A. 2. V. 3. E. 4. P. 5. X
200. If quo cui heer means “Boy is good”, lai quo mea means “Meena is beautiful”, ruo lev mea means “All are beautiful”, and si hai cui means “Dog was good”, what is the code for “boy”?
1. lev. 2. cui. 3. heer. 4.Mea. 5. None of these.
201. Bone is related to osteopath in the same way as skin is related to:
1. chiropodist. 2. anaesthetist. 3. paediatrician. 4. dermatalogist. 5. obstetrician.
202. In a queue of six persons C and d are neighbours of e. a is the only neighbour of B. there are three persons between A and F. who among the following are at the ends?
1. B and D. 2. F and B. 3. F and C. 4. B and C. 5. Can’t be determined.
203. How many pairs of letters are there in the word ALPENLIEBE which have as many letters between them as in the alphabet?
1. One. 2. Two. 3. Three. 4. None. 5. More than one.
204. Circle is related to circumference in the same way as wheel is related to?
1. Hub. 2. Spoke. 3. Rim. 4. Tyre. 5. Axle.
205. Anju is 14th from the beginning and 18th from the end. Raman is 22nd from the end. How many persons are there before Raman?
1. 12. 2. 11. 3. 10. 4. 9. 5. 8.
Directions (Q 206-210): In each question below are given three statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III, and IV. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
206. Statements: Some books are pens.
All pens are nibs.
No nib is a pencil.
Conclusions:
I. Some nibs are pens.
II. No pen is a book.
III. All pencils are books
IV. All pencils are pencils.
1. All follow. 2. Only II follows. 3. Either II or III follows. 4. Only I follows. 5. None of these.
207. Statements: All cats are dogs.
Some dogs are wolves.
No wolf is a jackal.
Conclusions:
I. All jackals are dogs.
II. No jackal is a cat.
III. Some jackals are dogs.
IV. No wolf is a dog.
1. Either I or III follows. 2. Only I and II follows. 3. None follows. 4. All follow. 5. None of these.
208. Statements: Some cages are birds.
All birds are pigeons.
Some pigeons are parrots.
Conclusions:
I. Some cages are pigeons.
II. Some pigeons are birds.
III. Some birds are parrots.
IV. Some parrots are cages.
1. Only I and II follow. 2. Only II and III follow. 3. Only I and II follow. 4. Only I , III and IV follow. 5. None of these.
209. Statements: All globes are maps.
No scales are maps.
Some scales are boxes.
Conclusions:
I. No globes are scales.
II. Some globes are scales.
III. Some boxes are globes.
IV. Some boxes are not globes.
1. III and either I or II follow. 2. I and either III or IV follow. 3. Either I or II and either III or Iv follow. 4. I and II follows. 5. None of these.
210. Statements: Some bats are mats.
All mats are rats.
No rat is a gnat.
Conclusions:
I. Some bats are not gnats.
II. Some rats are bats.
III. No mat is a gnat.
IV. Some mats are bats.
1. I, II and III follow. 2. II, III and IV follow. 3. I, II and Iv follow. 4. I, III and Iv follow. 5. All follow.

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TEST OF REASONING (VERBAL )
151 5 152 1 153 2 154 3 155 4
156 4 157 4 158 4 159 2 160 4
161 5 162 4 163 3 164 5 165 5
166 1 167 1 168 4 169 5 170 2
171 1 172 5 173 1 174 5 175 1
176 1 177 4 178 2 179 2 180 5
181 2 182 5 183 4 184 4 185 4
186 3 187 2 188 1 189 5 190 2
191 1 192 4 193 3 194 4 195 1
196 2 197 3 198 4 199 2 200 3
201 4 202 2 203 1 204 3 205 4
206 4 207 3 208 3 209 5 210 5

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151. 5; In fact, “the year proved them right”.
152. 1; Though the advertising pundits failed to predict it, the year did have “a rough patch of unimaginative advertising”.
153. 2; The passage talks of “international honour”. Though “international honour’ can’t be definitely interpreted as “global awards”. A probability can’t be denied.
154. 3; No particular ad agency has been mentioned. So how can we say anything about Lintas.
155. 4; There is no definite information regarding this. However, this seems to be a remote possibility because such an important happening must have been mentioned along with other happenings such as “new accounts”, “surprise account losses”, “international tie-ups” etc.
156. 4; S < T …. (i); T< U …. (ii); T < V …. (iii) From (i), T < S. Hence I is not true. From (ii) and (iii), U < T < V or U < V. But II is U< V. Hence II is also not true. 157. 4; K > L … (i) ; K > M … (ii) ; M < N …. (iii) From (i) and (ii), no relationship can be established between L and M. Hence I is not true. From (ii), M < K. Hence II is also not true. 158. 4; F < G … (i); F > H … (ii); F < K … (iii) No relationship can be established between G and K. Hence I cannot be established. From (ii) and (iii), K > F > H or K > H. Hence I is false.

159. 2; T = S … (i); R < Q … (ii) ; Q = T … (iii) From (i) and (iii), Q = S. Hence I is not true. Combining (i), (ii) and (iii), S = T + Q> R or S > R. Hence II is true.

160. 4; B > C … (i); C < D …. (ii); E < C …. (iii). No relationship can be established between B and D. Hence I can’t be established. From (ii), D > C. Hence II is false.
161. 5; From I, Max18 = Maxn + 2 … (i) and Min18 = Minn + 3 … (ii)
Therefore difference = Max18 - Min18 = (Maxn + 2) – (Minn + 3)
= (Maxn - Minn) – 1 … (iii)
Now, II gives us Maxn - Minn . Thus both together answer the question.
162. 4; Statement I eliminates A and B. Statement II eliminates c. But we are still not sure wether it is E or F.

163. 3; From I, R > Q, S … (i); T < Q … (ii) From (i) and (ii), r is the tallest From II Q < R … (i); R > S, T … (ii)
Again, from (i) and (ii) R is the tallest.
164.5; Statement I gives you the date for “today”. Statement II suggests that Vikas was married on the same date.
165. 5; From I and the question, we know that N is the grandchild of K. but whether N is the grandson or granddaughter is not known. This becomes clear from II which gives us the sex of N (brother –male).
166. 1; from I, K is the husband of G. From II, K is either the father or the mother of g. But II alone is not sufficient.
167. 1; The sentence has the pattern If not A, then B. which means B is the second option. So a is preferable to B. Hence assumption I is implicit. II is not implicit because “no compromise ”means sticking to one option. Which is not the case here.
168. 4; Since a dilution of Alcan’s stake is being talked about, it is assumed that Alcan has a stake. But having a stake is not the same as having a majority stake. Hence I is not implicit. II is also not implicit: If a has confidence in B, the assumption is that A is separate from B.
169. 5; The question of being fully familiar arises only when there is familiarity: when you talk of the extent of a thing, you assume that the thing is there. Hence I is implicit. Again, the full familiarity is in doubt in the case of Indian takeover rules. Which suggests that the rules in India are not the same as in another country. Hence II is also implicit.
170. 2; I is not implicit. II is implicit because it is clear that the candidate is rely8ng on cross-voting. In cross voting t, loyalty to a party is not the factor.
171. I; I is implicit: not shouldering the responsibility of “public representation” is being seen as a contrast to being “better place”. II is not implicit because we are not given any clue whatsoever in this regard.
172. 5; A political leader, when he raises a certain issue during an election., assumes that the issue would be favourably received by the potential voters. Now, agricultural issues are directly related to farmers. Hence I is implicit. II is also implicit: the lack of provision of seeds and pesticides is being criticised.
173. 1; I is implicit: when you say that something is bad at present, it is assumed that it was good earlier. II is not implicit: power without social welfare is the attitude of only some parties.
174. 5; I is strong because a hung parliament must be got rid of for the benefit of the nation. II is also strong because elections carry the mandate of voters. If they are cheated, the very purpose of elections is lost.
175. 1; I is strong because economy can flourish only when its backbone is strong. II is weak because it does not cite any substantial reason. What does “too big a role mean”?
176. 1; I is strong because the security of people’s lives should be given utmost priority. II is not strong because something is being dismissed summarily as “nuisance” without going into its reasons.
177. 4; I is not strong because it is a stupid argument. In fact. No reason is being given at all. II is not strong because “wastage of resources” cannot be arrived at absolutely; it must be seen in a context.
178. 2; I is not strong: the reason for the desirability of something is not its ‘newness”, but its use. II is strong because it tells us that such a compulsion is not going to benefit us in any big way.
179-183: the logic of the machine is very simple. Words are arranged in the alphabetical order, one at a time.
179. 2 ;
180.5; See how the words will get arranged: Step I – country; Step II – does; Step III – have; Step IV – not; Step V – now; Step Vi – policy; Step VII – the. This would leave till automatically arranged. So Step VII would be the last step.
181.2; Input: he will help to bring the forces together
Step I : bring he will help to the forces together
Step II: bring forces he will help to the together
Step III: bring forces he help will to the together
182. 5; For (1): step I – best; II – method; III – stop. Three steps.
For (2): Step I – assembly; II – been; III – have; IV – polls. More than three steps. So leave it.
For (3)Step I – be; II blood: III – donation; IV – have. Again, more than three. So no use going further.
For (4): Step I – is; II – operation ; III – performed. And the sentence gets arranged.
Since both I and 4 are arranged in only three steps, we can’t determine the input exactly.
183. 4; 184. 4: His “aversion to drinking” implies that (C) is violated. However, (ii) is fulfilled.
185. 4; as above. 186. 3; (B) is violated but (i) is fulfilled.
187. 2; Condition (A) is violated. 188. 1; all the conditions are fulfilled.
189. 5; There is no information regarding (D). 190. 2; He fulfills neither (C) no (ii).
191-194: Using information (i), (iv), (viii), (ix) and (x), we get the following table:
( I AM UNABLE TO GIVE THE TABLE FORMAT)
From (v) and the above table we know that B lives in Calcutta. Also E, the accountant, lives in Calcutta. Then C, the only person remaining, lives in Chennai and is a salesman [from (vii)]. So our table now looks tike this.

From (iv), we get Delhi-bachelor. This, from the above table, goes with a. thus we have two bachelors A and B so far. Now, from (vi) and the above, among d and F, one is married and the other bachelor. So c must be married [remember (iii)]. The remaining two professions – Cricketer and Driver – go to A and F but we do not know who is what. So the final table:

NAME- PROFESSION - MARITAL STATUS- PLACE

A- Cri/Dri - bachelor - Delhi
B - Pilot - bachelor - calcutta
C - Salesman - married - chennai
D - Diplomat - Married/Bachlr - Mumbai
E - Accountant - married - Calcutta
F - Cri/Dri - Married/Bachlr - Mumbai

191. 1; 192. 4; 193. 3; 194.4.
195 –199: There are 28 characters in all.
195. 1; 18th to the left of 12th to the right of 16th from the right:
= 18th to the left of (16-12 = ) 4th from the right
= (4 + 18 =) 22nd from the right
= (28 – 22 + 1 =) 7th from the left = V
196. 2; 11th to the left of 17th from left = (17-11=) 6th from left
In the dropped sequence: ABI3VTPS …
197.3
198.4; 14th to the right of 6th to the left of 19ty from the left
= 14th to the right of (19-6=) 13th from the left
= (13 + 14=) 27th from left
= (28 – 27 + 1=) 2nd from right = 5
199. 2; the letters are A, V, C and E. the word is CAVE.
200. 3; quo cui heer – Boy is good … (i)
lai quo mea – Meena is beautiful … (ii)
ruo lev mea – all are beautiful … (ii)
si hai cui – Dog was good … (iv)
From (i) and (ii), quo stands for is … (v)
From (i) and (iv) cui stands for good … (vi)
From (i), (v) and (vi) heer is the code for boy
201. 4; Organ-doctor relationship
202. 2; CED or DEC … (i).
Since A is the only neighjbour of B, it is clear that B is at one of the ends and A is second. Now, there can be three persons [from (i)] between A and f only when F is the sixth person (assuming B to be the first).
203. 1 ; A L P EN L I E B E . 204. 4;
205. 4; TOTAL No. of persons = 14 + 18 – 1 = 31.
Therefore No. of persons before Raman = 31 – 22 = 9.
206. 4; I follows from the second statement. From the first statement, II dosen’t follow. III and IV do not follow.
207. 3; None follows. 208. 3;
209. 5; all globes are maps + conversion of No scales are maps = All globes are maps + No maps are scales = A + E = E = No globes are scales. Hence I follows while II does not follow. Again, No globes are scales + some scales are boxes = E + I = O* = Some boxes are not globes. Hence IV follows but not III.
205. 3;