Mixed Reasoning Questions for Upcoming Exams – Set 181

  1. Study all the information and answers the following questions:

    Six friends Avnish, Ekta, Ilma, Ojasvee, Udita and Shivani are sitting in a row facing north. All of them are sitting according to their weights in decreasing order from left to right. Shivani’s weight is 25kg. At least two people heavier than Ojasvee. Ilma’s weight is 8/7 of Udita’s weight, whom weight is 7/5 of Shivani’s weight. Ekta is not heavier than Avnish. Ojasvee is heavier than Shivani. Ilma is heavier than Ojasvee and less than Avnish. Ojasvee is heavier than Udita. Shivani is heavier than Ekta.

    Which of the following given weight of Ekta is definitely correct?

    40 kg
    41 kg
    55 kg
    60 kg
    Cannot be determined
    Option E
    Avnish>Ilma>Ojasvee>Udita>Shivai>Ekta

     

  2. Who amongst the following is 2nd lightest in that group?
    Ojasvee
    Ilma
    Ekta
    Avnish
    None of these
    Option E

     

  3. If the weight of Avnish is 72 kg, then find the difference between total weight of Avnish and Udita to the total weight of Ilma and Shivani?
    55 kg
    51 kg
    42 kg
    Cannot be determined
    None of these
    Option C

     

  4. In each of the questions below are given some statements followed by some Conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even, if they seem to be at variance from 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)All A are R.
    b)Some R are W.
    c)No A is G.
    Conclusions:
    a)All W can never be G.
    b) Some R are not G.

    If only conclusion a follows.
    If only conclusion b follows.
    If either conclusion a or b follows.
    If neither conclusion a nor b follows.
    If both conclusions a and b follow.
    Option B

     

  5. Statements:
    a)All K is S.
    b)Some S is L.
    c)All L are M.
    Conclusions:
    a) Some M is K.
    b) No K is M.
    If only conclusion a follows.
    If only conclusion b follows.
    If either conclusion a or b follows.
    If neither conclusion a nor b follows.
    If both conclusions a and b follow.
    Option C

     

  6. Statements:
    a)Some R are H.
    b)All H are S.
    c)Some S are A.
    Conclusions:
    a) Some R can be A.
    b). Some H can be R.
    If only conclusion a follows.
    If only conclusion b follows.
    If either conclusion a or b follows.
    If neither conclusion a nor b follows.
    If both conclusions a and b follow.
    Option A

     

  7. Statements:
    a)No E is N.
    b)Some T are N.
    c)A few N are T.
    Conclusions:
    a) Some T can be E.
    b). All T can be N.
    If only conclusion a follows.
    If only conclusion b follows.
    If either conclusion a or b follows.
    If neither conclusion a nor b follows.
    If both conclusions a and b follow.
    Option E

     

  8. Statements:
    a)Some B are L.
    b)No L is W.
    c)All W are N.
    Conclusions:
    a) Some N are not B.
    b) All B can never be W.
    If only conclusion a follows.
    If only conclusion b follows.
    If either conclusion a or b follows.
    If neither conclusion a nor b follows.
    If both conclusions a and b follow.
    Option B

     

  9. Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
    a) ‘Q × R’ means ‘Q is the sister of R’.
    b) ‘Q + R’ means ‘Q is the mother of R’.
    c) ‘Q – R’ means ‘Q is the father of R’.
    d) ‘Q ÷ R’ means ‘Q is the brother of R’.

    Which of the following represents ‘B is the grandfather of D’?

    B + C – D
    B ÷ C – D
    B × C + D
    B ÷ C + D
    None of these
    Option E

     

  10. Which of the following represents ‘Q is the nephew of R’?
    Q ÷ T – R
    R ÷ T – Q
    R × T + Q × M
    R ÷ T – Q ÷ M
    None of these
    Option D

     


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