Mixed Reasoning Questions for Upcoming Exams – Set 96

Directions (1-5) : Study the information and answer the questions :
Maniksha, Niharika, Ojasvee, Priyanka, Queen, Rajshri, Shivani and Tanu are sitting around a square table in such a way that four of them sit at four corners of the square table while four sit in the middle of each of the four sides of the square table. The ones who sit at the four corners of the square table facing outside while those who sit in the middle of the sides of the table facing the centre of the table. Priyanka sits third to the right of Shivani. Shivani faces the centre. Queen sits third to the left of Ojasvee. Ojasvee does not sit in the middle of the sides. Only one person sits between Queen and Rajshri. Rajshri is not an immediate neighbour of Ojasvee. Tanu faces the centre. Maniksha is not an immediate neighbour of Rajshri.

  1. Who sits exactly between Niharika and Priyanka?
    Ojasvee
    Tanu
    Shivani
    Cannot be determined
    Rajshri
    Option E

     

  2. Who sits second to the right of Shivani?
    Tanu
    Ojasvee
    Rajshri
    Queen
    None of these
    Option D

     

  3. Who sits third to the left of Niharika?
    Queen
    Tanu
    Shivani
    Cannot be determined
    None of these
    Option C

     

  4. Four of the following are alike in a certain way and form a group. Which of the following does not belong to that group?
    Maniksha
    Ojasvee
    Niharika
    Shivani
    Priyanka
    Option D

     

  5. Who among the following are immediate neighbours?
    Taruna and Niharika
    Ojasvee and Queen
    Shivani and Maniksha
    Both a and c
    Niharika and Maniksha
    Option D


     

  6. Directions (6-10) : Each question consists of statements followed by two conclusions numbered a and b. Consider the statements to be true even if they are in variance with the commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements.

  7. STATEMENTS:
    a)Only a few P are Q.
    b)All Q are R.
    CONCLUSION:
    a)Some P are R.
    b)Some Q are not P.

    Only a follows
    Only b follows
    Either a or b follows
    Neither a or b follows
    Both a and b follows
    Option A

     

  8. STATEMENTS-
    a)Some M are not A.
    b)All G are M.
    c)All A are B.
    CONCLUSION-
    a)No B is G.
    b)All B being M is a possibility.

    Only a follows
    Only b follows
    Either a or b follows
    Neither a or b follows
    Both a and b follows
    Option B

     

  9. STATEMENTS:
    a)Some A are C.
    b)Only a few T are C.
    c)No C is a T.
    CONCLUSION:
    a)No C is A.
    b) At least some A are C.

    Only a follows
    Only b follows
    Either a or b follows
    Neither a or b follows
    Both a and b follows
    Option C

     

  10. STATEMENT:
    a)Only a few P are E.
    b)Only a few E are R.
    c)Only R are M.
    CONCLUSION:
    a)Some R being P is a possibility
    b) All E being P is a possibility.

    Only a follows
    Only b follows
    Either a or b follows
    Neither a or b follows
    Both a and b follows
    Option E

     

  11. STATEMENTS:
    a)Generally C are E.
    b)Only a few E are T.
    c)None of the T is B.
    d)Each B is S.
    CONCLUSION:
    a) All S being C is a possibility
    b)All E can be B.

    Only a follows
    Only b follows
    Either a or b follows
    Neither a or b follows
    Both a and b follows
    Option A

     


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