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Questions(1-5): Directions: In the followingquestion, there are three statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take thegiven statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements.

1. Statements:
No pistols are guns.
All guns are AK-47.
Some AK-47 are rifles.
Conclusions:
I. Some guns are AK-47.
II. Some pistols are rifles.
III. Some AK-47 are pistols.
IV. Some AK-47 are not pistols.
1. Only I, II and III follow.     
2. Only I and IV follow.      
3. Only II and III follow.
4. Only I and either III or IV follow.      
5. Only I, II and either III or IV follow.

2.Statements:
All beaches are seashores.
All coasts are sands.
All coasts are beaches.
Conclusions:
I. Some seashores are not sands.     
II. No seashores are coasts.
III. Some sands are beaches.
IV. Some sands are not seashores
1. Only I and II follow        
2. Only III and IV follow           
3. Only I and III follow
4. Only IV follows
5. Only III follows

3.Statements:
Some letters are not postcards
Some envelopes are postcards.
Some postcards are aero grammes.
Conclusions:
I. Some postcards are not envelopes.
II. Some envelopes are aero grammes.
III. Some letters are aero grammes.
IV. Some postcards are envelopes.
1. Either I or IV and III follow
2. Either I or IV and II follow       
3. Only II and III follow
4. Only IV follows              
5. None of these

4.Statements:
All kites are trapeziums.
Some polygons are regular.
Some regular are not kites.
Conclusions:
I. No kite is a trapeziums.
II. Some polygons are not regular.
III. Some kites are regular.
IV. All trapeziums are polygons.
1. Only I follows        
2. Only III follows         
3. Only IV follows
4. Either II or III follows      
5. None

5.Statements:
Some bulbs are not torches.
Some bulbs are green.
No torch is luminous.
Conclusion:
I. Some bulbs are luminous.
II. All green are torches.
III. Some green are bulbs.
IV. No luminous is green.
1. Only I follows    
2. Only II and III follow  
3. Only IV follows
4. Only I, IV follow     
5. Only III follows

Questions (6-10):
Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follows. Eight friends Avi, Kaushal, Pankaj, Kabir, Raj,Sahil, Tahir and Neil are sitting around a circular table for dinner, but not necessarily in the same order.  Six of them are facing towards the center of the table and all of them are sitting at equal distances from each other.  Raj is sitting third to the left of Pankaj and neither of them is facing away from the center.  Kaushal is an immediate neighbour of both Raj and Sahil.  Kabir and Sahil are immediate neighbours of a person who is facing inwards.  Tahir and Neil are immediate neighbours of each other.  Neilis sitting immediately to the right of Aviand Tahir both.  Neither Tahir nor Neil are immediate neighbours of Raj. The two persons facing outwards are not immediate neighbours of each other and one of them is an immediate neighbour of Tahir.  There is only one person sitting between Tahir and Avi.
6. Who among the following is an immediate neighbour of both Kabir and Sahil?
1. Pankaj          
2. Raj
3. Neil
4. Avi
5. Tahir
7. What is the position of Kabir with respect to the position of Neil?
1. Second to the right
2. Fourth to the left    
3. Second to the left
4. Immediate left       
5. Immediate right
8. Which one of the following is true according to the given seating arrangement?
1. Kabir is an immediate neighbour of Raj.
2. Only one person sits between Sahil and Avi.
3. Two persons are sitting between Avi and Raj.
4. Tahir is sitting third to the left of Sahil.
5. None of these.
9.   Who among the following is sitting facing away from the center?
1. Pankaj
2. Raj
3. Neil
4. Tahir           
5. Kabir
10. If Kabir and Tahir interchange their positions with each other, keeping the directions the same,  i.e if a person facesinwards, he is facing inwards after the interchange also, and Raj and Pankaj interchange their positions with each other, which of the following is true about Kaushal?
1. Tahir is sitting immediately to the left of Kaushal.         
2. Kaushal is sitting second to the left of Avi.
3.There are only two persons sitting between Kaushal and Kabir.
4. Kaushal is sitting third to the left of Avi.
5.Kaushal & Raj are immediate neighbours

Questions(11-15): Directions: In the given question, the symbols are used with thefollowing meanings:K a T means K is greater than T.K b T means K is either greater than or equal to T.K d T means K is equal to T.K g T means K is smaller than T.K h T means K is either smaller than or equal to T. Assuming the given statements to be true, findwhich of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

11.Statements:
AaB,
IgD,
YhB,
IbA
Conclusions:
I.  IdY
II. DdB
1. if only conclusion I is true       
2. if only conclusion II is true           
3. if either I or II is true
4. if neither I nor II is true            
5. if both I and II are true

12. Statements:
ObS,
NgE,
HaO,
EhS
Conclusions:
I. OdE
II. EgO
1. if only conclusion I is true        
2. if only conclusion II is true         
3. if either I or II is true
4. if neither I nor II is true          
5. if both I and II are true

13.Statements:
EhD,
RbA,
FaB,
AdD
Conclusions:
I.  RdA
II. RgB
1. if only conclusion I is true        
2. if only conclusion II is true           
3. if either I or II is true
4. if neither I nor II is true             
5. if both I and II are true

14.Statements:
KbL,
AhR,
MaK,
MhR
Conclusions:
I.  RaL
II. AdM
1. if only conclusion I is true         
2. if only conclusion II is true           
3. if either I or II is true
4. if neither I nor II is true              
5. if both I and II are true

15. Statements:
EaL,
AhN,
EgW,
AdW
Conclusions:
I.  NdW
II. AgE
1. if only conclusion I is true        
2. if only conclusion II is true            
3. if either I or II is true
4. if neither I nor II is true             
5. if both I and II are true

Questions(16-20): Directions: Study the given information carefully and answer the given question. M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are seven friends who live on three different floors, namely ground floor,  First floor and Second floorof the same building, such that, not less than two persons live on the same floor. Each friend has a different profession,namely Doctor, Engineer, Politician,Teacher, Driver, Manager and Supervisor, but not necessarily in the same order. M is a Manager and lives on the Ground floor with only one other friend who is a Teacher.  S lives with two other persons,who can be can be a Teacher or a Driver ora Politician.  P lives on the First floor with only one friend and is not an Engineer. Q lives with only one person.  The one who is a Doctor does not live on the Ground floor or on the First floor.  Q is not a Driver or a teacher or a Politician.  O is neither a driver nor a Politician.
16.Which of the following options represents Q’s profession & the floor at which he lives?
1. Engineer and Second floor        
2. Supervisor and Ground floor        
3. Engineer and First floor
4. Doctor and Second floor            
5. Supervisor and Second floor
17. What is the profession of S?
1. Doctor     
2. Engineer     
3. Teacher
4. Either politician or teacher    
5. Either politician or driver
18.Who among the following lives on the Second floor?
1. R        
2. O        
3. Q        
4. P           
5. None
19.Mark the correct combination from the following options.
1. S – Driver
2. R – Politician          
3. O – Teacher
4. N – Driver      
5. Q – Supervisor
20.What is the profession of R?
1. Teacher
2. Either Driver or Politician       
3. Either Driver or Engineer
4. Either Driver or Teacher         
5. Supervisor
Questions(21-25): Directions: Read the following information and answer the question given below.
(i) A, B, C, D, E, F, G are seven members standing in a row (not necessarily in the same order) facing north.
(ii)    C and B have as many members between them as G and C have between them.
(iii) D, who is 3rd from the extreme left,is 3rd to the left of E.
(iv) A and D are neighbours and F and Care neighbours.
21. Which of the following statements maybe false?
1. A is the 3rd to the left of F.      
2. D is 3rd to the left of E.         
3. F is 3rd the right of A.
4. B is 3rd to the left of C.
5. None of these
22. Which of the following statements is true?
1. C and E are neighbours.      
2. E is to the immediate left of F     
3. C is to the immediate left of D
4. A is to the immediate left of D            
5. None of these
23. Who is at the extreme right?
1. G                     
2. B                   
3. E    
4. Data inadequate         
5. None of these
24.Which of the following options represents two pairs of neighbours?
1. (A, C) and (D, C) 
2. (A, B) and (E, G)     
3. (D, C) and (E, F)       
4. (C, F) and (C, E)     
5. None of these
25. What is the position of F?
1. To the immediate right of E        
2. Third to the left of G        
3. To the immediate left of C
4. To the immediate left of E        
5. Third to the right of C


26. If P $ Q means P is father of Q, P # Q means P is mother of Q, P * Q means Pis sister of Q, then how is Q related to N in N # L $ P * Q?
1. Grandson
2. Granddaughter 
3. Nephew      
4. Data inadequate           
5. None of these
27. If (i) M is brother of N; (ii) B is brother of N and (iii) M is brother of D, then which of the following statements is definitely true?
1. N is the brother of B        
2. N is the brother of D      
3. M is the brother of B
4. D is the brother of M   
5. None of these
Questions(28-32):  Directions: Read the instructions given below and answer the question that follows. In a code language ,’sky is blue’ is coded as ‘le ra pa’.’sky is big’ is coded as ‘re pa ra’.’big is vast’ is coded as ‘ra la re’.’birds are in big sky’ is coded as ‘ci ka pa ma re’.’rainbow has blue colour’ is coded as ‘co ni le ne’
28.What is the code for ‘blue’?
1. le     
2. ra     
3. pa    
4. la     
5. None 
29.How will ‘sky is vast’ be coded?
1. le ra pa          
2. ra pa re          
3. pa la re        
4. la pa ra        
5. None
30.What is the code for ‘big’?
1. le     
2. re       
3. pa     
4. la     
5. None 
31.How will ‘birds are big’ be coded?
1. le re pa         
2. ra le re           
3. ni re le
4. Cannot be determined    
5. None of these
32.If ‘in’ is coded as ‘ci’, then what can be the code(s) for ‘rainbow is blue in colour’?
1. co ra le ci ma        
2. co ra le ci ni
3. co ra le ci la      
4. Both 2 and 3
5. None of these
33.Starting from a point ‘S’, Subhashwalked 15 m towards South. He turnedto his left and walked 40 m. Then, heagain turned to his left and walked 15 m.Finally, he again turned to his left andwalked 60 m and reached point ‘T’. Howfar is Subhash from point ‘S’?
1. 10 m        
2. 20 m         
3. 15 m         
4. 25 m           
5. None

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