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REASONING AND COMPUTER APTITUDE
Directions (1-4): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Eight persons — P, Q, R, S, T, V, W and X — attend the lecture in different months viz., January, August, November, March, October, April, September and June but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them likes different ice creams Vanilla, Strawberry, Chocolate, Mango, Butter pecan, Kulfi, Rocky road and Cookies but not necessarily in the same order. More than five persons attend the lecture between P and the one who likes Cookies. W attends the lecture before the one who likes Kulfi. As many persons attend the lecture after X is the same as many persons attend the lecture before the one who likes Butter pecan. Q does not attend the lecture immediately before or after X. Q does not like Butter pecan. As many persons attend the lecture after the one who likes Kulfi is same as many persons attend the lecture before W. X attends the lecture immediately before the one who likes Cookies. W does not like Butter pecan. Only one person attends the lecture between T and the one who likes Mango. V attends the lecture immediately before the one who likes Mango: The one who likes Mango attend the lecture before the one who likes Rocky road.
Only two persons attend the lecture between Q and the one who likes Strawberry. Only one person attends the lecture between R and the one who likes Vanilla. Q does not like Vanilla.
1.         S likes which of the following ice creams?
(5) None of these
2.         Four of the following five are like in a certain way based on the above arrangement and hence they forma group. Find which one does not belong to the group?
(1) The one who likes Chocolate       (2) T                (3) The one who likes Butter pecan
(4) The one who likes Strawberry      (5) X
3.         If P is related to Kulfi, W is related to Cookies in the same way V is related to which of the following?
(1) Vanilla      (2) Mango       (3) Strawberry            (4) Cookies     (5) None of these
4.         Which of the following combinations is true?
(1) W - Mango            (2) Q – Vanilla           (3) X - Strawberry      (4) T - Cookies
(5) P - Chocolate
Directions (5-6): Study the following information carefully and answer the question given below:
There is a 5x5 matrix which can produce signals which in turn help in illumination of some bulbs. The rows of the matrix are denoted by @,%, &, £ and Y from bottom to top in the same order and the columns are denoted by A, B, C, D and E from left to right:
Y row contains numbers which are consecutive multiples of '9' starting froin '36'.
£ row contains numbers which are consecutive multiples of '13'
& row contains numbers which are consecutive multiples of '8' starting from '32'
% row contains numbers which are consecutive multiples of '7'
@ row contains numbers which are consecutive multiples of '11'
Note: If the starting number of a multiple is not given; 'then start the row from the same number.
Ex: If a row contains numbers . which are consecutive multiples of '5'. Then the row might be as follows:
 5 10 15 20 25

The matrix helps in producing signals which is a string of num-bers. There are four bulbs, P, Q, R and S. Based on the outcomes of the string one of the bulb blinks.
I.          If outcome of the string is be-low 80, the bulb Q blinks.
II.         If outcome of the string is between 90 and 110, the bulb S blinks.
III.       If outcome of the string is between 125 and 150, then bulb P blinks.
IV.       If outcome of the string is between. 175 and 200, the bulb R blinks.
V.        If none of the' above condition follows, no bulb blinks.
Three outcomes of the string:
I.          If all the numbers of the string are even numbers then, outcome is obtained by multiplying unit digits of all the two digit numbers.
II.         If a prime number is followed by another prime number then, outcome is obtained by sum of all the two digits numbers.
III.       If a prime number is preceded by a perfect square then, outcome is obtained by multiplying tenth place digits of all the numbers.
8.         If Y = £B & E, £A. @D, then, which of the following bulb blinks?
(1) R                (2) P                (3) Q               (4) S                (5) None blinks
9.         If X = YC @ D @B, then which of the following bulb blinks?
(1) R                (2) P                (3) Q               (4) S                (5) None blinks
Directions (7-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
In alphabetical series A-Z letter except vowels is assigned a different number from 1-6 (for ex-B is coded as 1, C-2 ….. H-6) and again those numbers get repeated (for ex-J-1, K-2 ….. and so on). Also each vowel is coded with different letters viz. g,w,q,c,k
In coded language,
'Election live' is coded as g3g24kq5 3k5g'
'Start new' is coded as '34c24 5g6'
'Under process' is coded as 'w53g2 62q2g33'
Besides the above example, following operations are to be applied for coding the words given in the questions below.
(i)        If first letter is consonant and last letter is vowel then the codes of both of them will be interchanged.
(ii)       If both first and last letters ' - are vowels then they are to be coded at \$.
(iii)      If the first letter of a word is vowel and the last letter is consonant then both are to be coded as @.
(iv)      If both first and last letters are consonant then they are to be coded as &. (If the word does not satisfy the conditions given above then the letters of that word areto be coded as per the directions given above).
7.         What can be the code of 'global'?
(1) 53qlc&      (2) 53q1c3      (3) &q3lc&     (4) &3q1e&    (5) None of these
8.         What can be the code of title'?
(1) gk434        (2) gk344        (3) 4k43g        (4) kg434        (5) None of these
9.         What can be the code of 'Adviser'?
(1) c35k3g2    (2) c35k3g@   (3)@35k3g@ (4) c53k3g2     (5) None of these
10.       What can be the code of `Insurance'?
(1) k53w2c52c            (2) \$53w25     (3) \$35w2c52\$            (4) \$53w2c52\$
(5) None of these
Directions (11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
There are 8 mothers J to Q and 8 children R to Y sitting on the two circular tables but not necessarily in the same order. The circular tables are such that one is small and second is large.Withsmall inside the larger one. The persons sitting on the outer circular table are facing the centre and the persons sitting on the inner circular table are facing, outside the centre. So in this way, the mothers are facing the child when they are sitting on the same sides of the table. All the children are aged from 1 to 8 and all the mothers are aged from 31 to 38. No two children or two mothers are adjacent to each other in either of the circle. All the above information is not necessarily in the same order.
The one, whose age is 38 doesn't face inside the circle. L's son is neither S nor U and he is youngest among eight' children. Only three people 'sit between T's mother and K, whose age is 34. J is the mother of the child, whose age is 3. N older than Q and ages of both of them are prime numbers. M doesn't face inside the circle and L's age is divisible by 11. N is the mother of X, whose age is 6 and N sits on the immediate left of P's child. T is the daughter of O, whose age is perfect square and T sits on the immediate right of V's mother. U is younger than S and difference between their ages is 2. U's mother is not M. S, who is not an immediate neighbor of L. R is the child of P and faces inside the circle. R's age is divisible by 5. Only one person sits between W's mother and whose child is V, whose age is perfect cube three persons sit between N's child and W, whose age is half of X. Age of P is a multiple of 7.
11.       Which among the following pairs represents the oldest and the youngest mothers respectively?
(1) M and Q    (2) J and P       (3) P andQ      (4) Q and K     (5) Cannot be determined
12.       Four of the following five- are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which of the following does not belong to the group?
(1) R                (2) S                (3) U               (4) T                (5) Y
13.       What is the sum of the ages of W's mother and O's child?
(1) 36              (2) 39              (3) 44              (4) 42              (5) Cannot be determined
14.       Who among the following represent the children of M and K respectively?
(1) U and S     (2) Y and S     (3)X and Y      (4) S and U     (5) None of these
15.       Who among the following are the immediate neighbors of the one, whose age is 4?
(1) The one whose age is 33 and the one whose age is 35
(2) The one whose age is 32 and the one whose age is 37
(3) The one whose age is 31 and the one whose age is 32
(4) The one whose age is 37 and the one whose age is 38
(5) None of these
Directions (16-20): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Eight persons — G, H, Q, R, T, L, F and M — lives on eight different floors. Lowermost floor is numbered 1, above floor is numbered 2, and so on. The topmost floor is numbered 8. Each one of them arein different ages viz. 20, 23, 24,45, 31, 42, 36 and 17. Persons those live on even number floors are in odd number age. Persons those live on odd number floors are in even number age. All the above information is not necessarily in the same order.
Two persons live between F and the one whose age is multiple of 7. Sum of Q's and L's age is one less than age of R. Q is younger than L. H is not the second eldest. H lives on odd numbered floor. Only one person lives between H and R. Q lives below G. More than two persons live between M and the one whose age is 31. The one who is the eldest lives below the one who is the second youngest. The one whose age is 24 does not live immediately above or below G. The one whose age is 31 does not live below the one Whose age is 23. F does not live on top most floors. Ts age is two more than twice the age of Q. More than three persons live between and T.
16.       How many persons live between M and the one who is the youngest?
(1) One            (2) Two           (3) Three         (4) More than three    (5) None
17.       If G is related to 42, L is related to 17, in the same way how F is related to
(1) 20                          (2) 23              (3) 42              (4) 17              (5) None of these
18.       How many persons live above H?
(1) None          (2) One            (3) Two           (4) Three         (5) More than three
19.       Four of the following  five are alike in a certain way based on the above arrangement and hence they form a group. Find which one does not belongs to the group?
(1) M               (2) G               (3) F                (4) Q               (5) L
20.       Which of the following statements is true?
(1) The one who is youngest lives below M
(2) Sum of L's and H's age is 6 years more than age of G
(3) R lives above
(4) F lives immediately above T
(5) None is true
21.       In this question, a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II has been given. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You are required to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumption is implicit in the statement.
Statement:     Finance Minister appealed to the officers, field staffs and Insurance agents of Life Insurance Corporation to work for making the schemes of insurance popular among people, especially those living in-rural and suburban areas.
Assumption I:Generally the insurance is not popular among people.
Assumption II:People living in rural and suburban areas are against the Insurance.
(1) Only assumption I is implicit
(2) Only assumption II is implicit
(3) Either assumption I or assumption II is implicit
(4) Neither assumption I nor assumption II is implicit
(5) Both assumptions I and H are implicit.
22.       The condition of the roads in the city has deteriorated considerably during the first 2 months of monsoon and most of the roads have developed big potholes. Which of the following can be a possible effect of the above cause?
(1) The municipal corporation had repaired all the roads in the city before the onsets of monsoon with good quality material.
(2)A large number of people have developed spinerelated injuries after regularly commuting long distances by road within the city.
(3) The municipal corporation has been careful in choosing the contractors for repairing road, in past.
(5) None of these
23.       There has been a considerable drop in sale of four-wheelers during the past six months when compared to the number of four-wheelers sold during this period last year. Which of the following can the probable cause(s) of the above phenomenon?
(1) The government imposed higher excise duty on four-wheelers at the beginning of this year.
(2) The petrol prices have risen considerably during the past eight months.
(3) The rate of interest on home and car loans have been rising for the past seven months.
(1) All (1),(2) and (3)             (2) Only (1) and (3)    (3) Only (2) and (3)
(4) Only (2)                            (5) Only (1)
24.       A person can purchase three articles in Rs 49. What is the price of costliest article?
Statement I:   The cost price of two articles each is Re. 1 less than the cost price of costliest article.
Statement II: The cost price of two articles is same
Statement III: The cost price of costliest articles is 6.25% more than the cost price of cheapest article.
(1) Data in either statement I alone or statements II and III together are sufficient to answer the question
(2) Data in only statement III is sufficient to answer the question
(3) Data in only statement I and II together are sufficient to answer the question
(4) Data in only statement I and II together are sufficient to answer the question
(5) None of these
25.       Shatabdi Express leaves Patna at 8:00 am for Delhi. At what time will it reach Delhi?
Statement I:   For the first 100 km it travels at the speed of 250 km per hour and maintains the same speed during the entire journey.
Statement II: It has 5 stop-pages between Delhi and Patna
Statement III: Before every stoppage, it covers a same dis-tance of 240 km.
(1) Data in either statement III alone or statments I and II together are sufficient to answer the question
(2) Data in only statment III is sufficient to answer the question
(3) Data in only statements I and II together are sufficient to answer the question
(4) Data in all statements I, II and III together are sufficient to answer the question
(5) None of these
26.       Seven persons A, B, C, D. E. F and G are -sittine around a circular table. Are all the persons facing towards the centre of the table?
I.          A sits third-to the right of C, who sits second to the left of D. Only two persons sit between G and A. B is not the immediate neighbour of C. C faces inside.
II.         D sits third to the left of B and second to the right of E. C sits third to the right of F, who is not the immediate neighbour of E.
III.       F sits third to the right of B. A and G faces same direction. F sits second to the left of A. E sits third to the right of F and to the immediate left of B. E and B faces same direction. B is not an immediate neighbour of A.
(1) Data in statements I and II together are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement III are not required to answer the question.
(2) Data in statements I and III together are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement II are not required to answer the question.
(3) Data in statements II and III are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I arc not required to answer the question.
(4) Data in all three. statements I, II and III together are necessary to answer the question.
(5) Data in all the statements, I, II and III even together are not sufficient to answer the question.
27.       A metal block of density 'D' and mass 'M', in the form of a cuboid, is beaten into a thin square sheet of thickness T, and rolled to form a cylinder of the same thickness. Find the inner radius of the cylinder
Statement I:   Cuboid has dimensions 10 cm x 5 cm x 12 cm
Statement II: Thickness ‘t’ = 1.5 cm
Statement III: Mass of block, M = 216kg
(1) Data in either statement III alone or statements I and II together are sufficient to answer the question.
(2) Data in only statement III is sufficient to answer the question.
(3) Data in statement I and statement II together are sufficient to answer the question.
(4) Data in all statements I, II and III together are sufficient to answer the question.
(5) None of the given statements is sufficient to answer the question.
Directions (28-30): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Twelve boxes marked A to L as in alphabetical order are placed in the form of 3 x 4 matrix. The rows of a matrix are denoted as 1, 2 and 3 from top to bottom and the columns are denoted as #, &, % and @ from right to left in the same order. The blocks contain twelve different articles viz, .Pen, Watch. LED, Toy, Bat, Book, Ring, Banana, Cherry, Ball, Rose and Mango. All the given information is not necessarily in the same order.
Note: When a box is said to be `beside/adjacent/between or at a gap of it can be either horizontally or vertically. The box having rose is kept second to left of box L. The box having Ring is kept just below box L. Box J is kept beside the box having Ring. The box having Mango is kept exactly between the box C and the box B. Box D is kept second to the left of box E.
The box J has five neighbouring boxes. Box having Banana is kept adjacent to box B. The box having Banana is kept exactly below box D. Box I is kept at a gap of one from box G. Box H is kept adjacent to box A.
Box J having Pen is kept exactly between box having Ball and box C. Box B neither contains Ball nor Rose. The box having Bat is kept adjacent to box H, which neither contains Mango nor kept adjacent to box having Ball. The box having LED is kept exactly between box having Toy and box B. The box having Watch is kept at a gap of one from box G. Three boxes are neighbours of box I. Box K is kept exactly between the box having Book and box A.
28.       Which of the following position correctly represents the box having Rose?
(1) 1%                         (2) 2%             (3) 1@             (4) 3%                         (5) None of these
29.       Which of the following box contains LED?
(1) L                (2) K               (3) A               (4) G               (5) None of these
30.       Which of the following statements is/are true?
I.          Box G which contains Mango is kept to the immediate left of the one which contains Cherry.
II.         The box having Pen is kept sec-ond to left of the box which contains Watch.
III.       The box which contains Book and the box having Banana are kept together.
IV.       The box having Ball is kept exactly between box H and the one which contains Pen.
(1) Only I and IV        (2) Only III      (3) Only III and IV      (4) Only I and III
(5) None of these
Directions (31-35): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
In a certain code language,
"The meeting adjourned abruptly" is written as "le48" "@h08" "#b63" "\$d80"
"Since India gained Internet" is written as "#n63" "-a35" "%i24" "%n24"
"Scientists have discovered bacteria" is written as "*a15" "#a63" "&c99" "@i99
"Current economic scenario fine" is written as "#c63" "*i15" "#c63" "lu48"
31.       What is the code for 'gained'?
(1) %i24          (2) #n63          (3) -a35           (4) %n24         (5) None of these
32.       What is the code for 'Since meeting fine'?
(1) "a15 le48 *i15"                 (2) "%i24 @h08 *i15"            (3) "%i24 le48 *#c63"
(4) "@i99 le 48 1u48"            (5) "%i24 le48 *i15
33.       What does "&c99 @i99 #n63 @h08" stand for?
(1) Since India have fine
(2) the Scientists discovered Internet
(3) meeting gained the economic
(4) current meeting have Internet
(5) Cannot be determined
34.       What could be the code for 'economic Internet'?
(1) #n63 #c63             (2) %i24 *a15                         (3)1e48 #n63              (4) #c63 -a35
(5) None of these
35.       What is the code for 'current'?
(1) #c63          (2) *i15           (3) @h08         (4) #n63          (5) 1u48
36.       I. The banks have decided to give advances to the priority sector at the rate of interest at par with the corporate sector.
II. The percentage of bad loans given by the banks to the priority sector is very low as compared to the corporate sector.
(1) If Statement I is the cause and statement II is its effect.
(2) If Statement II is the cause and statement I is its effect.
(3) If both the statements I and II are independent causes.
(4) If both the statements I and II are effects of independent causes.
(5) If both the statements land II are effects of some common causes
37.       I. Most of the Steel manufacturing companies in the country has made considerable profit during the last fiscal year.
II. Many Asian countries have been importing huge quantities of Steel from India.
(1) If Statement I is the cause and statement II is its effect.
(2) If Statement II is the cause and statement I is its effect.
(3) If both the statements I and II are independent causes.
(4) If both the statements I and II are effects of independent causes.
(5) If both the statements I and II are effects of some common causes.
38.       Statements: Pharmacies across the countries went on a strike to highlight their concerns about the threat from e-pharmacies, and the cost that will be imposed by new regulations on the sale of medicines.
Which of the following is not in line with the given statement?
(I) The strike called by the all India Organization of Chemist and Druggists (AIOCD) had the support of well over eight lakh pharmacies.
(II) Their profit margins and market share have declined in recent years from e-pharmacies that often offer medicines at cheaper prices.
(III) The AIOCD has repeatedly ac-cused e-pharmacies of a wider range of malpractices, including selling fake drugs and enabling self-medication.
(IV) The organization has been citing these issues to seek a ban on the sale of drugs online. At the same time, pharmacies too have been fighting the government as it tries to tighten the screws on the illegal sale of drugs.
(1) Only II and IV       (2) Only I and IV        (3) Only III and I         (4) Only I and II
(5) None of these
Directions (39-40): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Ten persons P, Q. R, S, T, U, V, W, X and Z are there in a family of three generations. There are three married couples. S is the sister-in-law of R but not married to P. P is the son of V. W is the brother of T. Z is the father-in-law of Q. U is themother of X and married to the brother of R. Q has only one sister, who is unmarried. X has no sibling. Z has only one grandson and no girl child. T is the youngest person of the family.
39.       What is the ratio of male members to female members of the family respectively?
(1) 5:4                         (2) 1:1                         (3) 3:2                         (4) 2:3                         (5) None of these
40.       How is S related to T?
(1) Mother      (2) Father        (3) Uncle         (4) Aunt          (5) Grandmother
41.       Statement:     Highlighting his achievements in present in rooting out corruption, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that there has been "not even one taint or blot' on his government in these past three years.
Which of the following abrogates the above statement?
(I) Technology has brought about transparency and is being used to achieve great heights across sectors in India in Modi governance.
(II) In several parameters, the country is moving at a rapid pace under PM Modi's government. Noting that infrastructure is essential for sustainable development, the increase in aspiration of the common people is the greatest cause of this fast track development of the country.
(III) The billion Indians in India are still below poverty line and they are also finding the way to get rid of biggest problem of India which is corruption.
(IV) India is now receiving record number of foreign direct investment and all credit agencies and multilateral fora are giving a positive rating about India.
(1) Only II       (2)Only III and IV       (3) Only III      (4) Only IV     (5) None of these
Directions (42-45): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
There are four floors in a building as ground floor is numbered 1 and the one above that is numbered 2 and so on till the topmost floor is numbered 4. Each of the floors consists of 3 flats as flat-1, flat-2 and flat-3. Flat-1 of floor-2 is immediately above flat-1 of floor-1 and immediately below flat-1 of floor-3 and so on. In the same way flat-2 of floor-2 is immediately above flat-2 of floor-1 and immediately below flat-2 of floor-3 and so on. Twelve persons A, B, C; D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K and L live in different flats of different floors. Only one person lives in one flat of one floor.
Only one person lives between E and G in the same flat number. H lives on an even numbered floor. D lives in the immediate east of E. C lives to the immediate west of K and on an even numbered floor. No one lives to the east of B who lives on an odd numbered floor. Two persons live between F and I in the same flat number. F lives above I. Neither C nor K is an immediate neighbour of F. E lives immediate-ly above K in same flat number. J does not live on same floor on which F and D live. A lives on one of the floor above L and not in the east of H.
42.       K lives on which of the following flat number?
(1) Flat-1        (2) Flat-2        (3) Flat-2        (4) Either Flat-1 or FIat-2
(5) Either Flat-2 or Flat-3
43.       Who amongst the following live to the west of G?
(1) I                 (2) C                (3) K               (3) F                (5) None of these
44.       Who among the following lives immediately above J in the same flat number?
(1) B                (2) D               (3) H               (4) F                (5) None of these
45.       Who among the following lives on 4th floor?
(1) E                (2) C                (3) H               (4) G               (5) None of these

1. (2)               2. (4)               3. (3)               4. (5)               5. (3)
6. (1)               7. (4)               8. (1)               9. (3)               10. (4)
11. (1)             12. (5)                         13. (2)                         14. (4)                         15. (3)
16. (1)                         17. (3)                         18. (2)                         19. (5)                         20. (4)
21. (1)                         22. (2)                         23. (1)                         24. (1)                         25. (4)
26. (5)                         27. (3)                         28. (3)                         29. (2)                         30. (4)
31. (3)                         32. (5)                         33. (2)                         34. (1)                         35. (5)
36. (4)                         37. (2)                         38. (5)                         39. (4)                         40. (4)
41. (3)                         42. (2)                         43. (1)                         44. (2)                         45. (3)

EXPLANATIONS
(1-5) :
2.         (4) P likes Chocolate and he attends lecture in January (31 days).
V likes Butter Pecan and he attends lecture in March (31 days).
T likes Kulfi and he attends lecture in August (31 days).
X like Rocky Road and he attends lecture in October (31 days).
R likes Strawberry and he attends lecture in September (30 days).
3.         (3) Three persons attend lectures between P and the one who likes Kulfi.
Three persons attend lectures between W and the one who likes Cookies.
Three persons attend lectures between V and the one who likes Strawberry.
4.         (5) P- Chocolate combination is true.
(5-6) :
5. (3)
There is a perfect square (64) before a-Prime Number (13). Product of tenth place digits   of all numbers
= 2 × 6 × 1 × 4
= 48
48 is less than 80. (Condition I)
6.         (1)

All the numbers are even numbers.
Product of unit's digits of all the numbers
= 4 × 4 × 6 × 2
= 192
192 lies between 175 and 200.
(Condition IV)
(7-10) :

A, E, I, O, U Ã¨ g, w, q, c, k

7.
Condition (iv) is applicable.
8.

Condition (i) is applicable.
9.
Condition (iii) is applicable.
10.

Condition (ii) is applicable.

(11-15):
·       Mothers are : J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q
·       Children are : R, S, T, U, V, W, X and Y
·       Ages of mothers : 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37 and 38 years
·       Ages of children : 1 year, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 years
·       Age of L's son is 1 year.
·       Age of K is 34 years. Only three persons sit between O and K.
·       N is older than Q : N > Q.
Age of N is 37 years and that of Q's age is 31 years.
·       Age of L is divisible by 11. Therefore, age of L is 33 years.
·       N is the mother of X. Age of X is 6 years. N sits to the immediate left of R.
·       T is the daughter of O. Age of O is a perfect square, i.e, 36 years.
Age of T is 7 years. T sits to the immediate right of Q.
·       U is younger than S and difference between their ages is 2 years.
Age U is 2 years and that of S is 4 years.
·       R is the child of P. Age of R is divisible by 5 and hence age of R is 5 years. R faces inside the circle.
·       V is the child of Q. Age of V is a perfect cube, i.e, 8 years.
·       Age of W is half of X's age. Therefore, age of W is 3 years.
Age of J's child is 3 years. Therefore, W is child of J.
·       S is not an immediate neighbour of L.
·       Only one person sits between J and Q.
·       Only three persons sit between X and W.
·       Age of P is a multiple of 7. Therefore, age of P is 35 years. Now, the age of J is 32 years.
11.       (1) M (38 years) is the oldest and Q (31 years) is the youngest.
12.       (5) Except Y, all others are sitting around the larger circular table.
13.       (2) J is the mother of W. Age of J is 32 years.
T is the child of O. Age of T is 7 years.
Required sum = 32 + 7
= 39 years.
14.       (4) S is the child of M. U is the child of K.
15.       (3) Age of S is 4 years. J and Q are immediate neighbours of S. Age of J is 32 years and      age of Q is 31 years.
(16-20): H lives on an odd numbered floor. Only one person lives between H and R. Therefore,       R also lives on an odd numbered floor. The sum of the ages of Q and L is one less than          the age of R.
Q is younger than L. Age of R would be in even number. Therefore, Age of L = 24 years   Age of Q = 17 years
Age of R = 24 + 17 + 1 = 42 years
Age of T = 17 × 2 +2 = 36 years
Age of H = 20 years
Age of M = 23 or 45 years
Age of F or G = 23, 31 or 45 years
16.       (1) Q is the youngest (17 years). Only R lives between Q and M.
17.       (3) There are two persons between G and R, whose age is 42 years.
There are two persons between L and Q, whose age is 17 years.
There are two persons between F and R, whose age is 42 years.
18.       (2) Only G lives above H.
19.       (5) Except L, all others live on the even numbered floors.
20.       (4) Q is the youngest. Q lives above M.
Age of L is 24 years. Age of H is 20 years. Age of G is 31 years.
24 + 20=44; 44 – 31 = 13
R lives below Q
21.       (1) Only assumption I is implicit. Finance Minister appealed to the concerned persons to       work for making the schemes of insurance popular among people. It implies that      insurance is not popular among people.
22.       (2) Obviously, option (2) may be a possible effect.
23.       (1) Obviously, all the three can be probable causes of the given phenomenon.
24.       (1) From statement I
x – 1 + x – 1 + x = 49
3x = 49 +2

Costliest article is worth Rs. 17.
From statements II and III together we can calculate the price of costliest article.
25.       (4) From all the three statements
Distance between Patna and Delhi = 240 × 6 = 1440 km
At the speed of 250 km per hour the train would cover 1440 km in 5 hours 45 minutes 6        seconds.
The train will reach Delhi at 8.00 AM + 5 :45 : 6
= 13 : 45 : 6
= 1 : 45 : 6 PM
26.       (5) From statement I

From statment II
or

Data in all the three statements I, II and III together are not sufficient to answer the            question.
27.       (3) The data given in statements II and II together are sufficient to answer the question.
(28 -30):
28.       (3) H – Rose = 1 @
29.       (2) Box K contains LED.
30.       (4) Statements I and III are true.
(31-35) :

31.       (3) gained - a 35
32.       (5) Since % i 24
meeting 1 e 48
fine = * i 15
33.       (2) & c 99 = scientists
@ i 99 = discovered
# n 63 = internet
h o 8 the
34.       (1) economic = # c 63
Internet # n 63
35.       (5) current = 1 u 48
36.       (4) Obviously, both the statements are effects of independent causes.
37.       (2) Obviously, statement II is the cause and statement I is its effect.
38.       (5) Only statement (iv) is not in line with the given statement.
(39-40) :
·       Z is the father-in-law of Q and Z has no girl child.
P is the son of V. Thus, V is the mother of P and R.
Z is the father of P and R.
·       U is the mother of X and is married to P.
·       S is the sister-in-law of R Q has only one unmarried sister.
Therefore, Q is the wife of R.
·       W is the brother of T. T is the youngest in the family.
W is the son of Q and R. T is the daughter of Q and R.
·       Z has only one grandson.
Therefore X is daughter of P and U.
·       Male members : Z, R, P and W
·       Female members : V, U, Q, S, T and X.
S is the unmarried sister of Q.
39.       (4) Male members = 4
Female members = 6
Required ratio = 4 : 6 = 2 : 3
40.       (4) Q is the mother of T.
S is the sister of Q.
Therefore, S is the aunt of T.
41.       (3) Only statement III abrogates the given statement.
(42-45) :
42.       (2) K lives in Flat -2 on floor number 2.
43.       (1)1 lives to the west of G.
44.       (2) D lives immediately above J in flat - 3.
45.       (3) F, A and H live on floor number 4.

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