# Mixed Reasoning Questions for Upcoming Exams – Set 109

Directions (1-3) : Study the information and answer the questions :
There are six trees in a ground. All trees are of different height. Tree Tz is taller than Uz. Qz is taller than Sz but shorter than Rz. Uz is not the shortest tree. Pz is taller than Uz and Qz, which is shorter than Tz. The third shortest tree is 40 m. Tree Rz is not the tallest. Tree Uz is taller than Sz. Height of tallest tree is 80 m. Height of tree Tz is a prime number. Tz is not taller than Rz.

1. Which of the following tree is tallest?
Pz
Qz
Sz
Rz
None of these
Option A

2. Which of the following may be the height of tree Tz?
71 m
67 m
75 m
85 m
None of these
Option B

3. Which of the following tree is second shortest?
Tz
Pz
Uz
Sz
Cannot be determined
Option C

4. Directions (4-6) : Study the information and answer the questions :

Priyal is 15 m west of Queen. Riya is 5 m east of Shivani. Unnati is 10 m north of Varsha. Queen is 10 m north of Riya. Unnati is 10 m east of Taruna, which is 5 m north of Shivani.

5. What is the shortest distance between Priyal and Varsha?
15 m
25 m
10 m
8 m
20 m
Option B

6. In which direction Unnati with respect to Priyal?
North East
West
North West
South East
None of these
Option D

7. In which direction Queen with respect to Varsha?
North
South
North West
South East
South West
Option C

8. Directions (7-8) : Study the information and answer the questions :
There are six persons in three generation of the family. Paa is father of Qaa. Taa is brother of Qaa. Vaa is father of Uaa. Vaa is son in law of Waa. Taa is unmarried. Uaa is niece of Taa.

9. How is Paa related to Vaa?
Father in law
Son
Son in law
Daughter
None of these
Option A

10. How is Qaa related to Uaa?
Daughter
Mother
Father
Son
None of these
Option B

11. Directions (9-10) : In each of the questions below are given some statements followed by two conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
STATEMENTS:
a)Some B are D.
b)All D are E.
c)Only a few E is F.

12. CONCLUSIONS:
a) All F can be D.
b) Some B are not F.

Only a follows
Only b follows
Either a or b follows
Both a and b follows
Neither a nor b follows
Option A

13. STATEMENTS:
a)Only C is T.
b)Some C is S.
c)No S is H.
CONCLUSIONS:
a)All C can be H.
b) Some S is T.

Only a follows
Only b follows
Either a or b follows
Both a and b follows
Neither a nor b follows
Option E