Test-III : Reasoning Ability

given questions:

Point G is 17m to the north of Point H. Point G
is 4m to the east of Point J. Point K is 25m to the south of Point J. Point K
is 12m to the west of Point L. Point M is 8m to the north of Point L.
98. How far and in which direction is point M
with respect to point H?
1) 23m towards South   2) 8m towards East   3) 25m towards West   4) 12m towards East
5) 8m towards West
99. If Point Z is 8m to the west of Point L,
then which of the following points will form a straight line?
1) ZKM   2)
HZM   3) ZLG   4) GHZ
5) JHZ
100. In which direction is Point G with respect
to Point L?

1) North-East
2) South-East   3) South   4) North-West   5) North
Directions (Q. 92-96): Study the given information carefully to
Ten boxes are kept above one another in a
stack. Only three boxes are kept between A and S. Q is kept immediately below
S. Only two boxes are kept between S and M. S is kept at one of the positions
above M. Only one box is kept between M and B. Only one box is kept below B. C
is kept immediately above K but not at the topmost position. R is kept one of
the positions above W but below G.
92. As per the given arrangement, four of the
following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which one of
the following does not belong to the group?
1) SG   2)
MW   3) CA   4) KR
5) BR
93. As per the given arrangement, as many boxes
are kept above G as below
1) C   2)
W   3) M
4) R   5) Q
94. Which box(es) is/are kept exactly between R
and A?
1) Only M
2) Both B and W   3) Only C   4) Both S and Q   5) Only B
95. Which box is kept third from the top of the
stack?
1) A  2)
K  3) R
4) G   5) C
96. How many boxes are kept between B and W?
1) Five
2) Four   3) None   4) Three
5) Two
97. How many such pairs of letters are there in
the word NATIONALS each of which has as many letters between them in the word
(in both forward and backward directions) as they have between them in the
English alphabetical order?

1) One   2)
Four   3) Two   4) More than four   5) Three

Directions (Q. 66-69) : Study the given information carefully to
In a certain code language, ‘roam around the
hills’ is coded as ‘mu pa jl ko’, ‘hills on left side’ is coded as ‘el rf pa nt’,
‘left roam alone’ is coded as ‘jl dg el hv’, ‘alone for the journey’ is coded
as ‘bx ko oy dg’.
(Note :
All codes are two-letter codes only.)
66. As per the given code language, what is
‘hills’ coded as?
1) mu   2)
nt   3) pa   4) oy
5) jl
67. If in the given code language, ‘for alone
discovery’ is coded as ‘dg sz oy’, then how will ‘discovery to journey’ be
coded in the same code language?
1) dg co sz
2) el jib x   3) bx sz hv   4) hv bx dg
5) sz hv el
68. As per the given code language, _______ may
be coded as ‘el ko’.
1) the left
2) to the   3) roam alone   4) alone roam   5) left around
69. In the given code language, what is ‘side’
coded as?
1) mu  2)
either ‘nt’ or ‘rf’   3) either ‘el’ or
‘pa’   4) dg   5) pa
Directions (Q. 76-80): Study the given information carefully to

Eight people are sitting in a straight line.
Some of them are facing north and some are facing south. B is sitting second
from one of the extreme ends of the line. E sits fourth to the right of B. Only
two people sit between E and H. The immediate neighbours of H face opposite
directions. A sits on the immediate left of D. A is neither an immediate
neighbor of E nor of H. D and A face opposite directions. People sitting at the
extreme ends of the line face the same direction. F sits fourth to the left of
C. G sits at one of the positions to the left of both H and E. E faces north.
76. Who is sitting second to the left of H?
1) D   2)
F   3) A
4) C   5) E
77. Who amongst the following is an immediate
neighbor of D?
1) E   2)
C   3) F
4) B   5) G
78. How many people are sitting between G and
B?
1) More than three   2) None
3) Three   4) Two   5) One
79. Which of the following statements is TRUE with respect to the given
information?
1) Only two people sit between B and C.   2) None of the given statements is true.
3) A faces south.   4) D sits at one of the extreme ends of the line.
5) F and H face the same direction.
80. Four of the following five are alike in a
certain way based on their directions as per the given arrangement and so form
a group. Which one of them does not belong to the group?

1) A   2)
F   3) C
4) D   5) B

Directions (Q. 81-84): In this question three statements followed by two conclusions I and II have been given. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with the commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements. Give answer
1) if only conclusion I follows.   2) if only conclusion II follows.
3) if either conclusion I or II follows.   4) if both conclusion I and II follow.

5) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.

81.       Statements:    All
watches are rings.
Only
a few rings are carrots.
Only a few carrots are phones.
Conclusions:  I. No ring is a phone.
II.
All watches can never be carrots.
82.       Statements:    No test is a paper.
Only
a few papers are registers.
No
register is a book.
Conclusions:  I. All tests being registers is a possibility.
II.
No paper is a book.
83.       Statements:    Only a few breads are juices.
Only
a few juices are toasters.
All
toasters are pans.
Conclusions:  I. All breads being toasters is a possibility.
II.
At least some juices are pans.
84.       Statements:    Only a few wires are loops.
All
loops are circles.
No
circle is a rectangles.
Conclusions:  I. At least some wires are circles.
II. All wires can never be
rectangles
given questions.
Each of the six bags, viz A, B, C, D, E and F,
is of a different weight. B is heavier than E but lighter than both F and C. C
is lighter than D. D is not the heaviest. E is not the lightest. The weight of
the second lightest bag is 5 kg. D weighs 21 kg. (Note: All the given weights are in whole numbers only.)
89. With respect to the weights of the given
bags, if F + E = 29 kg and F + B = 34 kg, then B + D = _________?
1) 45 kg
2) 15 kg   3) Cannot be
determined   4) 31 kg   5) 26 kg
90. Which is the third heaviest bag?
1) C   2)
D   3) A
4) B   5) E
91. What is the probable weight of bag C(in
kg)?

1) 4   2)
Either 2 or 3   3) 15   4) 24
5) Either 22 or 25
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REASONING
ABILITY
(66-69): Given,
Roam around the
hills
mu pa jl ko             ….(i)
Hills on left side
jl dg el hv                                    …
(ii)
Left to roam alone
jl dg el hv                                 ….
(iii)
Alone for the
journey
bx ko oy dg             ….
(iv)
From (i) and (ii),
hills
pa                                        …
(v)
From (i) and
(iii), roam
jl                                       ….
(vi)
From (ii) and
(iii), left
el                                        ….
(vii)
From (i) and (iv),
the
ko                                         ...
(viii)
From (i), (v),
(vi) and (viii), around
mu                 …
(ix)
From (iii) and
(iv), alone
dg                                   ….
(x)
From (ii), (v) and
(vii), on/side
rf/nt                      …
(xi)
From (iii), (vi),
(vii) and (x), to
hv             …
(xii)
From (iv), (viii)
and (x), for/journey
bx/oy            ….
(xiii)
66.(3)
67.(3) for alone
discovery
dg sz oy                        ….
(a)
From (xiii) and
(a), for
oy                          ….
(xiv)
From (x) and (a),
Alone  dg and journey  bx                                    ….
(xv)
Now, from (a),
(xiv) and (xv), discovery
sz           ….
(xvi)
discovery to journey  sz hv bx
68.(1) el ko  left the
69.(2)
(
(76-80):

76.(4)  77.(1)  78.(5)  79.(1)  80.(4)          (f)
(b)      h   g
(c)      ( e)      d
(a)
81.(5) All watches
are rings (A) + Only a few rings are carrots (I) = A + I = No conclusion. Hence
conclusion II does not follow.
From statement
second + third (I + I =) No conclusion. Hence conclusion I does not follow.
Thus, neither
conclusion I nor II follows.
82.(1) No test is
a paper (E) + Only a few papers are registers (I) = E + I = O* = Some registers
are not tests. But the possibility in I exists. Hence conclusion I follows.
Again, Only a few
papers are registers (I) + No register is a book (E) = I + E = O = Some papers
are not books. Hence conclusion II does not follow.
83.(4) Only a few
breads are juices (I) + Only a few juices are toasters (I) = I + I = No
conclusion. But the possibility in I exists. Hence conclusion I follows.
Again, Only a few
juices are toasters (I) + All toasters are pans (A) = I + A = I = Some juices
are pans. Hence conclusion II follows.
84.(4) Only a few
wires are loops (I) + All loops are circles (A) = I + A = I = Some wires are
circles (I). Hence conclusion I follows.
Again, Some wires
are circles (I) + No circle is a rectangle (E) = I + E = O = Some wires are not
rectangles. Hence conclusion II follows.

(89-91)
:
F > D > C > B > E > A

21                5 kg
89.(4) F + E = 29  F + 5 = 29
F = 29 – 5 = 24 kg
Again, F + B = 34  B = 34 – 24 = 10 kg
Now, B + D = 10 +
21 = 31 kg
90.(1)
91.(3) 21 > C
> 5
Thus, probable
weight of C will be 15 kg.

(92-96)
:
 Box number Box 10 G 9 C 8 K 7 S 6 Q 5 R 4 M 3 A 2 B 1 W
92.(3)  93.(2)  94.(1)  95.(2)  96.(3)
97.(2)
(98-100)
:
98.(2) MH = KL –
JG = 12 – 4 = 8m
Hence, Point M is
8m towards east of Point H.
99.(4) GHZ will
make a straight line.
100.(4)

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