Mixed Reasoning Questions for Upcoming Exams – Set 79

Directions (1-5): Study the following information and answer the question:

Seven students Priyal, Queen, Ramesh, Shivi, Tanu, Udita and Varun live on seven different floors of a building, but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one; the one above it is number two and so on till the topmost floor is number seven. Each of them also likes a different subject and colour i.e. subjects are- Maths, Reasoning, Science, GK, English, Insurance and Banking and colour are- Black, Brown, Beige, Peach, Pearl, Purple and Green but not necessarily in the same order.Only one person lives between the one who likes English and the one who likes Insurance. Shivi does not like English. Varun does not like Maths. The one who likes Purple live immediate above the one who likes English. Tanu lives on one of the floors below Queen, but does not live on the lowermost floor. The one who lives on 7th floor is immediate above the one, who lives immediate below the one who likes Green. There are three persons between Queen and Tanu. The one who likes GK lives on one the odd-numbered floors below Udita. Priyal lives immediately above Udita and does not like Science. Udita does not like Peach and Brown. The one who likes Beige live immediate above the one who likes Pearl. The one who likes Insurance also likes Brown. Only one person lives between Queen and the one who likes Science. The one who likes Pearl lives below the one who likes Black. Only two persons live between Varun and the one who likes Science. The one who likes Reasoning live on one of the even-numbered floors above the one who likes Science. The one who likes Banking lives immediately above Varun, who does not like Insurance. Shivi lives on one of the floors above Ramesh.

  1. Who among following likes Peach colour?
    Priyal
    Tanu
    The one who likes Reasoning
    Cannot be determined
    None of these
    Option C

     

  2. Who lives on immediate above the one who likes Brown colour?
    The one who likes Science
    The one who likes Black
    Priyal
    Varun
    Both a and b
    Option E

     

  3. Who among following like Banking subject?
    Shivi
    Varun
    Priyal
    Tanu
    None of these
    Option D

     

  4. How money students live between the one who likes GK and the one who likes Brwon?
    1
    2
    3
    4
    None of these
    Option B

     

  5. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?
    Queen
    Udita
    Varun
    Tanu
    Ramesh
    Option C

     

  6. Directions (6-10): In the following questions, the symbols @, $, %, # and © are used with the following meanings illustrated—
    a) ‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.
    b) ‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’.
    c)‘P % Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’.
    d) ‘P # Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’.
    e) ‘P © Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q’.
    In each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the two conclusions a and b given below them is/are definitely true.

  7. STATEMENTS: Pz $ Tz, Tz @ Lz, Uz % Lz
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Pz @ Lz
    b)Uz©Lz

    If only a is true.
    If only b is true
    If either a or b is true
    If neither a nor b is true.
    If both a and b are true.
    Option D

     

  8. STATEMENTS: Ax @Bx, Bx%Dx, Dx©Kx
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Ax©Kx
    b) Bx%Kx

    If only a is true.
    If only b is true
    If either a or b is true
    If neither a nor b is true.
    If both a and b are true.
    Option B

     

  9. STATEMENST: Jy # Ky, Ky©Ly, Py$Ly
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)Py$Ky
    b)Jy#Ly

    If only a is true.
    If only b is true
    If either a or b is true
    If neither a nor b is true.
    If both a and b are true.
    Option E

     

  10. STATEMENTS: Ta % Oa, Ta # Ma, Ma@ Va
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Ma % Ta
    b) Oa % Va

    If only a is true.
    If only b is true
    If either a or b is true
    If neither a nor b is true.
    If both a and b are true.
    Option A

     

  11. STATEMENTS: Kf @ Tf, Tf # Cf, Cf $ Pf
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)Cf © Kf
    b)Cf % Kf

    If only a is true.
    If only b is true
    If either a or b is true
    If neither a nor b is true.
    If both a and b are true.
    Option D

     


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