# Mixed Reasoning Questions for Upcoming Exams – Set 125

Directions (1-5) : Study the information and answer the questions :
There are six cartons having different weight. Each box contains different number of chocolates- 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 1 but not necessarily in the same order.S contains more chocolate than N and S’s weight more than P, which contains odd number of chocolate. Carton O contains 4 chocolate. Q weighs more than only P. N weighs more than R and O, but less than S. Carton R contains 2 chocolate and R’s weight is more than O. The difference between the number of chocolate of carton N and O is 1 and carton N contains more than 3 chocolate.

1. Which of the following box contains highest number of chocolates?
N
P
Q
S
Cannot be determined
Option D
S(6)>N(5)>R(2)>O(4)>Q(1/3)>P(1/3)

2. Which of the following carton is second heaviest?
Q
N
P
S
None of these
Option B

3. What is the difference between number of chocolates between carton S and R?
1
2
3
4
None of these
Option D

4. Which of the following carton is heavier than O but lighter than N?
P
R
S
Cannot be determined
None of these
Option B

5. How many cartons are lighter than R?
3
1
2
4
None
Option A

6. Directions (6-8) : Study the information and answer the questions :
There are some candidates who all are sitting in a row facing towards the north direction. Lokesh sits fifth to the right of Kavya. Only two persons sits between Banya and Kavya. Nitesh sits seventh to the left of Banya.Himani sits third to the right of Nitesh. Yash is the immediate neighbour of Banya. Less than 16 persons sits in the row. Danish sits fifth to the right of Himani.

7. If ‘Lokesh’ sits third from the right end then how many candidates sits in the row?
12
11
13
15
18
Option A

8. How many candidates sit between Yash and Nitesh?
1
3
4
5
None of these
Option D

9. If ‘Priyanka’ sits between Kavya and Yash then what is the position of ‘Priyanka’ with respect to Nitesh?
Immediate left
Immediate right
4th to the right
5th to the right
None of these
Option D

10. Directions (9-10) : In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.
STATEMENTS: Rz>Qz>Jz>Dz, Mz≤Cz≤Jz

11. CONCLUSIONS:
a) Dz > Mz
b) Mz ≥ Dz

Conclusion a follows
Conclusion b follows
Either conclusion a or b follows
Both conclusion a and b follows
Neither conclusion a nor b follows
Option C

12. STATEMENTS: Zz≥Vz>Uz, Rz=EzMz Ez
b) Uz < Oz

Conclusion a follows
Conclusion b follows
Either conclusion a or b follows
Both conclusion a and b follows
Neither conclusion a nor b follows
Option A