# Mixed Reasoning Questions for Upcoming Exams – Set 98

Directions (1-3) : Study the information and answer the questions :
In the following questions, the symbols ! , @ , # , \$ , % , ^ and & are used with the following meanings as illustrated below. Study the following information and answer the given questions:
X#Y- X is the child of Y
X&Y- X is the parent of Y
X^Y- X is father-in-law of Y
X@Y- X is brother-in-law of Y
X%Y- X is brother of Y
X\$Y- X is wife of Y

1. If ‘ L&N%P#T, L^S\$P’ is true, how S is related to T?
Son in law
Mother
Daughter in law
Father
None of these
Option C

2. If ‘F^H&L#E@G%V’ is true, how L is related to V?
Niece
Nephew
Brother
Son
Either a or b
Option E

3. If ‘T%S\$U&N%W’ is true, how T is related to W?
Uncle
Son
Daughter
Mother
Father
Option A

4. Pointing to a lady, Mani said, “She is the maternal aunt of my father’s only daughter” How is the daughter of mani’s father is related to Mani?
Aunt
Sister
Sister in law
Mother
None of these
Option B

5. Hemant says pointing towards a girl, “She is the daughter of the wife of my brother”. In this relation, Hemant is a female then how Hemant is related to the girl?
Mother
Father
Daughter
Aunt
Cannot be determined
Option D

6. Directions (6-8) : Study the following information and answer the questions:
Srikant covers 15 m distance by walking from R to S in south direction. He took a left turn and walks 24 m to reach at Q, he again took a left turn and covered 8 m to reach at T. After walking 6 m towards the east from T he reached at U, he took a final left turn and covered 5 m to reach at a V.

7. If Z is the midpoint of S and Q, what is the shortest distance between Z to R?
20 m
10 m
13 m
11 m
None of these
Option E

8. What is the direction of V with respect to R?
South East
North
South
West
North West
Option A

9. What is the shortest distance and direction of U with respect to Q?
15 m and South
12 m and South West
9 m and North West
10 m and North East
Cannot be determined
Option D

10. Directions (9-10) : Study the following information and answer the questions:
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 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.

11. STATEMENTS:
a)Some B are O.
b)Only few O are B.
c)All Y are R.
CONCLUSIONS:
a)Some Y are B.
b) Some R being O is a possibility.
c) All R is B is a possibility.

Only a follows
Only b follows
Both a and b follows
Both a and c follows
None follows
Option B

12. STATEMENTS:
a)Some R are C.
b)Some C are W.
c)No S is R.
CONCLUSIONS:
a)Some R are W.
b) Only W is C.
c) All S can never be C.

Only a follows
Only b follows
Only c follows
Either a or c follows
None of these
Option E