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REASONING -- SIMPLE ---1 TO 38

Find the next number in each of the following series from the choices given below

1.         10, 17, 20, 37, 50, …………………

            (a) 85                (b) 76                (c) 95                (d) 65

2.         2, 8, 18, 32, …………………

            (a) 65                (b) 60                (c) 50                (d) 45

3.         1, 3, 5, 7, 9, …………………

            (a) 9                  (b) 11                (c) 8                  (d) 19

4.         1, 3, 7, 13, …………………..

            (a) 27                (b) 21                (c) 32                (d) 28

5.         2, 3, 6, 9, 10, ………………..

            (a) 11                (b) 13                (c) 14                (d) 15

6.         1, 4, 5, 8, 9, …………………..

            (a) 10                (b) 11                (c) 12                (d) 13

7.         1, 8, 27, 64, ……………………..
           
            (a) 120              (b) 125              (c) 96                (d) none of these

8.         2, 9, 28, 65, ………………………

            (a) 122              (b) 124              (c) 126              (d) 128

9.         1, 2, 9, 4, 25, 6, ……………………

            (a) 8                  (b) 27                (c) 36                (d) 49

10.        7, 13, 25, 49, ……………………
           
(a) 95                (b) 97                (c) 105              (d) none of these

11.        16, 33, 67, 135, …………………..

            (a) 251              (b) 259              (c) 271              (d) 289

12.        7, 19, 55, 163, …………………..

            (a) 387              (b) 390              (c) 487              (d) none of these


13.        3, 6, 10, 15, 21, …………………..

            (a) 27                (b) 28                (c) 30                (d) 31

14.        5, 9, 16, 29, 54, …………………..

            (a) 103              (b) 105              (c) 109              (d) none of the above.

15.        18, 35, 69, 137, …………………..

            (a) 224              (b) 273              (c) 279              (d) none of the above

Direction. If WORK is coded like 4-12-9-18 then, how will you code the following?

16.        WOMAN
           
            (a) 23-15-13-1-14            (b) 23-12-26-14-13      (c) 4-12-14-26-13      (d) 4-26-14-13-12

17.        FRESH
           
            (a) 6-18-5-19-8               (b) 21-9-22-8-19      (c) 21-18-5-19-8      (d) none of these

18.        LUCKY
           
            (a) 12-20-4-10-4 (b) 15-6-24-16-2      (c) 12-21-3-11-5      (d) 15-5-23-17-2

19.        GARDEN
           
            (a) 7-1-18-4-5-14      (b) 20-25-5-21-22-13      (c) 20-26-9-23-22-13      (d) none of these

20.        BANK
           
            (a) 2-1-14-11      (b) 25-26-14-16      (c) 25-24-13-14      (d) 25-26-13-16

21.        If PEN = 35 and HEN = 27 then, MEN = ?
           
            (a) 30                (b) 36                 (c) 32                (d) 39
           
22.        If BLACK = 29 and WHITE = 65 the, RED = ?
           
            (a) 36                (b) 27                 (c) 23                (d) 64

23.        If RICH = 38 and POOR = 64 then, ELITE = ?
           
            (a) 61                (b) 49                 (c) 51                (d) 65

24.        If PEN = 35 and PAPER = 56 then, PENCIL = ?
           
            (a) 49                (b) 63                 (c) 59                (d) none of the above

25.        If TOY = 60 and BOY = 37 then, PLAY = ?
           
            (a) 65                (b) 35                 (c) 45                (d) 54



26.        If “TEACHERS ARE HIGHLY PAID = 69” then, “TEACHERS ARE NOT HIGHLYPAID = ?
           
            (a) 92                (b) 75                 (c) 118              (d) none of these

27.        If ‘STATION MASTERS MIND THE TRAIN’ = 88, then, ‘SCHOOL MASTERS TRAIN THE MIND’  = ?
           
            (a) 72                (b) 85                 (c) 99                (d) none of the above

28.        If ‘PRIDE IS PREJUDICE’ = 0 then, ‘PREJUDICE IS NOT PRIDE’ = ?
           
            (a) 39                (b) 49                 (c) 0                  (d) none of these

Direction. Match the following sets from the choices given below:

29.        COMPOSER : SONG ::____ : ____
           
            (a) Teacher : School      (b) Tailor : Cloth      (c) Farmer : Field      (d) Writer : Book

30.        SLEEP : WEARINESS ::____ : ____
           
            (a) Water : Bath             (b) Food : Hunger     (c) Cloud : Rain      (d) Sea : Fish

31.        SAW : WOOD ::____ : ____
           
            (a) Pencil : Blade   (b) Weaver : Textile        (c) Doctor : Patient      (d) Hammer : Nail

32.        GREEN : CLEAR ::____ : ____
           
            (a) Red : Beautiful     (b) Redcross : Hospital     (c) Black : Sorrow     (d) Blue : Romantic

33.        CAR : PETROL ::____ : ____
           
            (a) Engine : Electricity    (b) Oven : LPG       (c) Fish : Water          (d) Bulb : Electricity

34.        KNOWLEDGE : WISDOM ::____ : ____
           
            (a) Eye : Vision    (b) Emotion : Love          (c) Anger : Haste      (d) Education : Scholar

35.        FOOD : ENERGY ::____ : ____
           
            (a) Paddy : Field     (b) Grass : Cow     (c) Teacher : Student     (d) Knowledge : Wisdom

36.        KNOB : DOOR ::____ : ____
           
            (a) Steering : Car           (b) Nose : Face      (c) Fins : Fish           (d) Seed : Farm

37.        FOOD : TASTY ::____ : ____

            (a) Warm : Cosy            (b) Cold : Biting      (c) Game : Enjoying    (d) Treat : Fabulous

38         RAIN : SHOWER ::_____ : _______

            (a) Strong : Bold     (b) Hard : Fast         (c) Soft : Hard               (d) Strong : Wind


1.         (d) Numbers in the series can be obtained by adding ‘1’ to the square of the natural numbers starting from 3 onwards such as
           
            32 + 1, 42 + 1, 52 + 1, 62 + 1, 72 + 1, etc.

2.         (c) Numbers in the series are in the order of

            (12 x 2), (22 x 2), (32 x 2), (42 x 2), etc.

3.         (b) It’s a series of all odd numbers in ascending order.

4.         (b) Numbers in this series are all odd numbers is ascending order with a difference of 2,
            4, 6, 8, …… etc.

5.         (a) Add ‘1’ and ‘0’ to the alternate number to a series of odd-numbers in ascending order viz., 1+1, 3+0, 5+1, 7+0, 9+1, 11+0, 13+1, etc. to get, 2, 3, 6, 7, 10, 11, etc.

6.         (c) Subtract ‘1’ from the alternate number of the series of even number viz., 2-1, 4-0, 6-1, 8-0, 10-1, 12-0, etc to form 1, 4, 5, 8, 9, …….

7.         (b) This is the cube of the series, 1, 2, 3, 4, …… to form 1, 8, 27, 64, ……. Etc.

8.         (c) Add ‘1’ to the cube of each number of the series, 1, 2, 3, 4, …… etc. to from the series,  13 + 1, 23 + 1, 33 + 1,  43 + 1, etc.

9.         (d) In fact, this is the combination of two series viz., 12, 32, 52, 72, ………. And 2, 4, 6, …. The numbers of the two series are placed alternatively.

10.        (b) The difference of the two consecutive numbers increases in the order of 6, 12, 24, etc. i.e., 13-7 = 6, 25-13=12, 49-25=24 etc.

11.        (c) Multiply each by 2, and then ‘1’ to get the next consecutive number like,
(16 x 2 +1) =33, this (33 x 2 + 1) = 67.

12.        (c) Each number of the series is to be multiplied by ‘2’ and then ‘1’ is added to get the above series.

13.        (b) The difference between the two consecutive numbers are in the order 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, … etc. to get the following number.

14.        (a) Multiply each number by ‘2’ and then deduct 1, 2, 3, 4, ….to get the next consecutive number. Like (5 x 2 –1) = 9, (9 x 2 –2) = 16, (16 x 2 – 3) = 29 etc.

15.        (b) Multiply each by ‘2’ and then subtract ‘1’ to get the next consecutive number, such as, (18 x 2 – 1) = 35, (35 x 2 – 1) = 69 etc.

16.        (c) The letters are numbered in reverse order viz., 1 to 26 respectively from Z to A.

17.        (a) Since the letters have been numbered 1 to 26 respectively from A to Z..

18.        (b) Here again the letters from Z to A have been numbered respectively from 1 to 26.

19.        (c) The letters from Z to A have been numbered from respectively from 1 to 26.

20.        (d) The letters here again have been number in reverse order i.e., 1 to 26 respectively from Z to A.

21.        (c) Add the numbers assigned to each letter A to Z respectively from 1 to 26.

22.        (c) The numbers assigned to each letter have been added. Numbers 1 to 26 have been assigned from A to Z.

23.        (c) Concept --- Same as in 21 and 22.

24.        (c) The position or the number of each letter assigned to them are added.

25.        (d) The numbers assigned to form 1 to 26 respectively A to Z, have been added.

26.        (c) Only HIGHLY has been calculated as 69, by adding the numbers of each letter from 1 to 26 starting from A to Z. In the next sentence NOT HIGHLY has been calculated in the same manner.

27.        (a) Only the word STATION is replaced by SCHOOL. Hence only these two have been calculated by adding the numbers assigned to each letter A to Z respectively from 1 to 26.

28.        (b) The first sentence is equal to Zero. The only new word in the second sentence is ‘NOT’ which is calculated to be ‘49’ as in Q.No. 27.

29.        (d) It’s work relationship for which he is identified.

30.        (b) As sleep relieves from weariness, food relieves from hunger.

31.        (d) It’s tool relationship where it is applied.

32.        (c) Symbolic relationship.

33.        (d) As car cannot move without petrol, the bulb cannot glow without electricity.

34.        (d) Means decides the end.

35.        (d) Again means to end relationship.

36.        (a) Functional relationship for mechanical devices in an effective way.

37.        (d) Effects caused by human efforts.

38.        (d) Events of degrees.



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