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Reasoning Quiz

Reasoning Quiz

Here we are providing Reasoning quiz for practice this is very easy section to score marks so try to do this section in less time and allocate the remaining time for other sections. Today we provided you Input/Output, Seating Arrangement, Sylloligsm for practise these are the areas which you get minimum 15 marks.

Directions (1 – 5) : Read the following information carefully and answer the given questions- 
A word-number machine rearranges the input line in each step following a specific rule. An example of input and rearrangement is given below. (All numbers are two – digit numbers.) 
Input  :  table cloth 97 34 warm go 15 24 

Step I  : 15 table cloth 97 34 warm go 24 
Step II : 15 warm table cloth 97 34 go 24 
Step III: 15 warm 24 table cloth 97 34 go
Step IV : 15 warm 24 table 34 cloth 97 go 
Step V  : 15 warm 24 table 34 go cloth 97 
Step VI : 15 warm 24 table 34 go 97 cloth 
And step VI is the last step of the rearrangement as the intended arrangement has been obtained. 
According to the rules followed in the above steps, find the appropriate step of the given input in each of the questions given below. (All numbers are two-digit numbers). 
1. Input: 63 45 try for nice 29 36 shirt . Which of the following steps will be the second last step ? 
(1) V 
(2) VI 
(3) IV   
(4) VII 
(5) None of the above 

2. Step-II of an input: 19 zeal 83 67 store new 58 desk How many more steps are required to complete the rearrangement? 
(1) Four 
(2) Five 
(3) Six 
(4) Seven 
(5) None of the above 

3. Step-III of an input: 24 yellow 31 pass on 61 59 there Which of the following will definitely be the input? 
(1) 31 pass on 61 24 59 there yellow 
(2) 31 pass on 61 59 there yellow 24
(3) 31 pass 24 on yellow 61 59 there 
(4) Cannot be determined 
(5) None of the above

4. Input : glory ever 39 52 68 for them 25 
How many steps are required to complete the rearrangement? 
(1) Five 
(2) Six 
(3) Four 
(4) Seven 
(5) None of these 

5. Step-III of an input : 22 win 34 97 86 over never come Which of the following will be step-VI ? 
(1) 22 win 34 over never 86 97 come 
(2) 22 win 34 over 86 97 never come 
(3) 22 win 34 over 86 never 97 come 
(4) There will be no such step 
(5) None of the above

Instructions (6-11): Read the following information and answer the questions : 
(i) Eight people P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, P7 and P8, are sitting in two rows in a group of four and rows are facing each other. 
(ii) P3 is sitting next to the right of P1 who is opposite to P6 
(iii) P7 is sitting next to the left of P4 who is in the opposite row of P3 and is not in any corner 
(iv) P8 is sitting next to P2

6. Who is third to the right of P1?
(1) P3 
(2) P1 
(3) P4 
(4) P2  
(5) None of these

7. Who is sitting diagonally opposite to P1?
(1) P4 
(2) P8 
(3) P1 
(4) P5 
(5) None of these

8. If P8 is third to the right of P1, then who will be in front of P8? 
(1) P6 
(2) P4 
(3) P3 
(4) P7 
(5) None of these

9. Which of the following groups is in the same row?
(1)P1, P3, P6, P5 
(2) P4, P7, P6, P8 
(3) P5, P1, P3, P2  
(4) P1, P3, P2, P8 
(5) None of these

10. Who is second to the right of P4?
(1) P6 
(2) P8  
(3) P3 
(4) P5  
(5) None of these

11. Which of the following statements is true?
(1) P8 is in front of P1
(2) P8 is second to the right of P1
(3) P7 is sitting diagonally opposite to P1
(4) P8 is in front of P4
(5) None of these

Instructions (12-16): In each of the below given questions are given two/three statements followed by two conclusions I and II. 
You have to assume the given statements to be true even if they seem different from generally known facts. Study all the conclusions and then decide which of the conclusions logically follows the given statements, whatever the generally known facts may be. 
Answer (1) if only conclusion I follows 
Answer (2) if only conclusion II follows 
Answer (3) if either conclusion 1 or II follows 
Answer (4) if neither conclusion. I nor II follows 
Answer (5) if both conclusion I and II follow

12. Statement:  
I. All districts are cities 
II. All states are cities 
III. Some cities are countries 
Conclusion: 
I. some states are districts 
II. Some countries are states 

13. Statement: 
I. All keys are locks 
II. No lock is door 
III. All doors are windows 
Conclusion:  
I. No key is door 
II. Some windows are locks 

14. Statement: 
I. All books are pages 
II. All libraries are books 
III. All words are pages
Conclusion: 
I. All words are books 
II. All libraries are pages 

15. Statement: 
I. Some clouds are ashes
II. Some ashes are particles 
III. All particles are elements 
Conclusion: 
I. No particle is cloud 
II. Some elements are ashes 

16. Statement: 
I. All ships are aircrafts 
II. All trucks are ships 
III. All cars are trucks 
Conclusion: 
I. some ships are not cars 
II. All cars are aircrafts

Answers
1. 1
2. 1
3. 5
4. 2
5. 3
6. 4
7. 1
8. 2
9. 4
10. 1
11. 1
12. 4
13. 1
14. 2
15. 2
16. 2
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