**1. A man walks 6 km South,turns left and walks 4 km,again turns left and walks 5km. Which direction is he facing now**

1) South

2) North

3) East

4) West

**2. A man started walking west. He turned right, then right again and finally turned left.Towards which direction was he walking now**

1) North

2) south

3) West

4) East

**3. A clock is so placed that at 12 noon its minute hand points towards North-East.In which direction does its hour hand point at 1:30 pm**

1) North

2) South

3) East

4) West

**4. Raghu is at point A. He walks 3 km to the North and then turns to his left. He walks 4 Km in this direction. He turns left again and walks 6 km.If he wishes to reach point A again, which direction should he be walking and what distance will he have to cover**

1) South-East,5 km

2)South-East,4 km

3) North-East,5km

4)North-East,4km

**5. Read the following information carefully and then answer the questions that follow Eight persons P,M, R, T,Q,U,V and W are sitting in front of one another in two rows. Each row has 4 persons.P is bet ween U and V and facing North.Q, who is to the immediate left of M is facing W. R is bet ween T and M and W is to the immediate right of V**

1)S

2)P

3)X

4)Q

**6. Who is to the immediate right of R**

1)M

2)U

3)M or T

4)None of these

**7. In which of the following piars,persons are sitting in front of each other ?**

1)MV

2)RV

3)TV

4)UR

Read the following statements and answer the four items that follow Five cities P,Q,R,S and T are connected by different modes of transports as follows

* P and Q are connected by boat as well as rail.

* Q and T are connected by air only

* T and R are connected by rail and bus.

* S and R are connected by bus and boat.

* P and R are connected by boat only

**8. which mode of transport would help one to reach R starting from Q but without changing the mode of transport**

1) Boat

2) Rail

3) Bus

4) Air

**9. If a person visits each of the places starting from P and gets back to P,which of the following places must he visit twice**

1) Q

2) R

3) S

4) T

**10. Which of the following pairs of cities is connected by any of the routes directly without going to any other city**

1) P and T

2) T and S

3) Q and R

4) None of these

**11. Between which two cities among the pairs of cities given below are there maximum travel options available**

1) Q and S

2) P and R\

3) P and T

4) Q and R

**13. The female partner who is well versed in computer hardware but does not know marketing is**

1) X

2) Q

3) T

4) R

**15. From 1 O’clock afternoon upto 10 O’ clock in the night,the hands of a clock will be at right angle___times?**

1) 9

2) 10

3) 18

4) 20

Solution: Time of period from 1 O’clock afternoon to 10 O’ clock night =(10-1) h=9h As we know, hands are at right at angle 2 times in an hour. Hence, in 9 h they will be at right angle 9X2=18 times

**16. What will be angle between the hands of clock at 8:30 (degrees)**

1) 15

2) 30

3) 45

4) 75

Solution: Angle traced by hour hand in 8 h 30 min [{(8×60)+30}12]= [{480 +30}12] = 510×12=255 degrees Angle traced by minute hand in 30 min =30X6=180 degrees Required angle =(255-180)=75 degrees

**17. 4X6X2=351,3X9X8=287,9X5X6=**

1) 270

2) 845

3) 596

4) 659

Solution: (4-1)X(6-1)X(2-1)=3 5 1 similarly; 845

**20. In these questions, relationship bet ween different elements is showen in the statements. There statements are followed by two conclusions Give answer**

1) if only Conclusion I is true

3) if either Conclusion I or II is true

4) if neither Conclusion I nor II is true

5) if both Conclusion I and II are true

**Satements: H= I=J>K=L**

Conclusions:

I.K<H

II. L=I

solution:

I. K<H is true

II. L=I is false only Conclusion I follows from the given statements

**21. Statements: S>C=O ,P<C**

Conclusions:

I. O<P ,

II. S>P

solution: From statements S>C>P and P<C=O

Conclusions

I.O<P is false

II.S>P is true only Conclusion II follow from the given statements

**22. Statements: A=B=C, A>R**

Conclusions

I. B>R

II. R<C

Solution: from statements R<A=B=C

Conclusions:

I. B>R is true

II. R<C is true I and II follow from the given statements

**23. Satements: D>E=F, J<F**

Conclusions:

I. D>J

II. E<J

Solution: given that D>E=F J<F on combining the statements D>E=F>G

Solution: I. D>J (F) II. E<J (F) so,it is clear that neither Conclusion I nor II is true

**24. Statements: P<Q<T, R=Q**

Conclusions:

I. R>P

II. T<R

Solution: on combining the statements we get P<Q=R and R=Q>T

Conclusions:

I. R>P (T)

II.T<R (T) both Conclusions I and II are true

**25. Vinay is taller than Hansika, Hansika is taller than Abhay, Aalok is taller than Ashok and Ashok is taller than Vinay. Who is the short est in the group**

1) Aalok

2) Ashok

3) Hansika

4) Abhay

Solution: Vinay>Hansika; Hansika> Abhay; Aalok>Ashok; Ashok > vinay on arranging the above data,

we get Aalok>Ashok> vinay> Han sika>Abhay. Abhay is the shortest Among A,B,C and D, B is heavier than A and C but C is taller than him. D is not as tall as C while A is the shortest. C is not as heavy as A.D is heavier than B but shorter than him.

**26. Who is the heaviest**

1) B

2) A

3) D

4) C

Solution: is D>B>A>C D is the heaviest

**27. Who is the tallest**

1) D

2) C

3) Either A or D

4) Cannot be determined

Solution: in heavier B>A and C; A>C ; D>B in taller C>B; C>D ,D>A ; B>D solution is C>B>D>A C is the tallest

**28) abc_yabc_xw abcdev_**

1) zdu

2) dxu

3) cdu

4) zyw

Solution: abczy/abcdxw/abcdevu ; Required answer zdu

**29. Arrange the following words in a logical sequence**

a) Trillion

b) Thousand

c) Billion

d) Hundred

e) Million

1) a,b,c,d,e

2) a,e,c,b,d

3) d,b,c,e,a

4) d,b,e,c,a

Solution: Hundred- Thousand- Million Billion- Trillion

**30. W-144, ?, S-100, Q-81, O-64**

1) U-121

2) U-122

3) V-121

4) V-128

**ANSWERS :**

**1.2 2.1 3.3 4.3 5.4**

**6.4 7.1 8.1 9.2 10.4**

**11.1 12.1 13.4 15.3**

**16.4 17.2 20.1**

**21.2 22.5 23.4 24.5 25.4**

**26.4 27.2 28.1 29.4 30.1**