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Question 1 of 20
1. Question
Among Q, R, S, T and V who is third from the top when they are arranged in ascending order of their heights?
I. T is taller than Q and V but shorter than R.
II. R ans S are taller than T and Q is shorter than T but taller than V.Correct
From I: R > T > Q, V
The position of S is not known. Hence I alone is not sufficient.
From II: R, S > T > Q > V
It is clear that when they are arranged in ascending order, T is third from the top.Incorrect
From I: R > T > Q, V
The position of S is not known. Hence I alone is not sufficient.
From II: R, S > T > Q > V
It is clear that when they are arranged in ascending order, T is third from the top. 
Question 2 of 20
2. Question
On which date of a particular year was Aryabhatta commissioned into the Earth’s orbit?
I. China’s secret services claim that it was between 7th and 10th of May.
II. The Japan’s space research scientists claim that it was between 5th and 10th of May.Correct
From statement I:
Probable dates are : 8th or 9th May
From statement II:
Probable dates are : 6th, 7th, 8th or 9th May
From I and II together:
Probable dates are : 8th or 9th May.Incorrect
From statement I:
Probable dates are : 8th or 9th May
From statement II:
Probable dates are : 6th, 7th, 8th or 9th May
From I and II together:
Probable dates are : 8th or 9th May. 
Question 3 of 20
3. Question
Statements:
Some cheetahs are not tigers
All tigers are panthers
Conclusions:
I. All cheetahs being panthers is a possibility
II. Some cheetahs being tigers as well as panthers is a possibilityCorrect
The basic diagram for the given statements is:
From the above diagram both conclusion I and II are affirmative and follow.Incorrect
The basic diagram for the given statements is:
From the above diagram both conclusion I and II are affirmative and follow. 
Question 4 of 20
4. Question
In a row of five A, B, C, D and E, who is standing in the middle?
I. D is to the immediate of E and B is to the immediate left of E.
II. B is at the extreme left of the row.Correct
From I, we get BED as a sequence. Now, II tells us that B is at the extreme left. Clearly then, D is third from left, i.e. in the middle of the five children.
Incorrect
From I, we get BED as a sequence. Now, II tells us that B is at the extreme left. Clearly then, D is third from left, i.e. in the middle of the five children.

Question 5 of 20
5. Question
Who is the immediate right of P among five persons P, Q, R, S and T facing North?
I. R is third to the left of Q; P is second to the right of R.
II. Q is to the immediate left of T, who is second to the right of P.Correct
From I: R – PQ (Hence Q is immediate right of P).
From II: PQT (Hence Q is immediate right of P).Incorrect
From I: R – PQ (Hence Q is immediate right of P).
From II: PQT (Hence Q is immediate right of P). 
Question 6 of 20
6. Question
In a certain language, ‘pit nac mit’ means ‘red pant shirt’. Which word means ‘pant’ in that language?
I. ‘mit tim nac sir’ means ‘he wore red pant’.
II. ‘nee jic pit’ means ‘shirt is dirty’.Correct
Clearly, from each of the statements, we find that the code for ‘pant’ is either ‘mit’ or ‘nac’. So, none of them is sufficient to answer the question.
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Clearly, from each of the statements, we find that the code for ‘pant’ is either ‘mit’ or ‘nac’. So, none of them is sufficient to answer the question.

Question 7 of 20
7. Question
Which word in the code language means ‘flower’:
I. ‘dem fu la pane’ means ‘rose flower is beautiful’ and ‘la quiz’ means ‘beautiful tree’.
II. ‘dem fu chin’ means ‘red rose flower’ and ‘pa chin’ means ‘red tea’.Correct
From I: dem fu la pane = rose flower is beautiful — (1)
la quiz = beautiful tree — (2)
la = beautiful
From II: dem fu chin = red rose flower — (3)
pa chin = red tea — (4)
From (1) & (3), dem fu = rose flower
But there we get stuck.Incorrect
From I: dem fu la pane = rose flower is beautiful — (1)
la quiz = beautiful tree — (2)
la = beautiful
From II: dem fu chin = red rose flower — (3)
pa chin = red tea — (4)
From (1) & (3), dem fu = rose flower
But there we get stuck. 
Question 8 of 20
8. Question
The area of a play ground is 1600 square metres. What its perimeter?
I. It is a perfect square play ground.
II. It costs Rs. 3200 to put a fence around the play ground at the rate of Rs. 20 per metre.Correct
From I: We get the ratio of sides. Since we have been given the total area of the play ground in the question, we will get the answer through the following steps.
Area –> Side –> Perimeter
From II: Rate of fencing and total cost of fencing is sufficient to answer, because Perimeter * rate offencing (Rs/m) = Total cost (in rupees)
Hence, either statement I or statement II alone is sufficient.Incorrect
From I: We get the ratio of sides. Since we have been given the total area of the play ground in the question, we will get the answer through the following steps.
Area –> Side –> Perimeter
From II: Rate of fencing and total cost of fencing is sufficient to answer, because Perimeter * rate offencing (Rs/m) = Total cost (in rupees)
Hence, either statement I or statement II alone is sufficient. 
Question 9 of 20
9. Question
Statements:
Some lakes are wanes
No wane is liquid
All liquids are gases
Conclusions:
I. All liquids as well as gases being lakes is a possibility
II. Some gases being wanes is a possibilityCorrect
The possible diagram for the given statements is:
From the above diagram, both conclusion I and conclusion II follow.Incorrect
The possible diagram for the given statements is:
From the above diagram, both conclusion I and conclusion II follow. 
Question 10 of 20
10. Question
Who among the three friends A, B and C reached the school first?
I. A reached the school at 7.15 – am five minutes before the bell rang.
II. B reached before C, who reached the school before the bell rang.Correct
From I: Bell rang at 7.15 + 5 = 7.20 am
From II: Both B and C reached the school before 7.20 am (using I). But exact time of reaching can’t be determined. Hence, comparison is not possible.Incorrect
From I: Bell rang at 7.15 + 5 = 7.20 am
From II: Both B and C reached the school before 7.20 am (using I). But exact time of reaching can’t be determined. Hence, comparison is not possible. 
Question 11 of 20
11. Question
Kiran is older than Manoj and Dilip is older than Neelam. Who among them is the youngest?
I. Kiran is older than Neelam.
II. Manoj is younger than Dilip.Correct
We have been given
Kiran > Manoj — (1)
Dilip > Neelam — (2)
Now who is the youngest? We need information by which the above equations can be combined into a single equation.
From I: If Kiran > Neelam then either Manoj or Neelam will be the youngest.
From II: If Dilip > Manoj then either Manoj or Neelam be the youngest.
Hence, neither I nor II is sufficient.Incorrect
We have been given
Kiran > Manoj — (1)
Dilip > Neelam — (2)
Now who is the youngest? We need information by which the above equations can be combined into a single equation.
From I: If Kiran > Neelam then either Manoj or Neelam will be the youngest.
From II: If Dilip > Manoj then either Manoj or Neelam be the youngest.
Hence, neither I nor II is sufficient. 
Question 12 of 20
12. Question
In a certain code ’13’ means ‘stop smoking’ and ’59’ means ‘injurious habit’. What is the meaning of ‘9’ and ‘5’ respectively in that code ?
I. ‘157’ means ‘stop bad habit’.
II. ‘839’means ‘smoking is injurious’.Correct
’59’ means ‘injurious habit’ and ‘157’ means ‘stop bad habit’ (from I). Thus, the common code number ‘5’ stands for common word ‘habit’. So, ‘9’ represents ‘injurious’. Hence, I is sufficient. Also, ’59’ means ‘injurious habit’ and ‘839’ means ‘smoking is injurious’. Thus, the common code number ‘9’ stands for common word ‘injurious’. So, ‘5’ represents ‘habit’. Thus, II is also sufficient.
Incorrect
’59’ means ‘injurious habit’ and ‘157’ means ‘stop bad habit’ (from I). Thus, the common code number ‘5’ stands for common word ‘habit’. So, ‘9’ represents ‘injurious’. Hence, I is sufficient. Also, ’59’ means ‘injurious habit’ and ‘839’ means ‘smoking is injurious’. Thus, the common code number ‘9’ stands for common word ‘injurious’. So, ‘5’ represents ‘habit’. Thus, II is also sufficient.

Question 13 of 20
13. Question
Among Nitin, Amit, Sudesh, Rekha and Sujata, who came last for the programme?
I. Nitin came after Amit but not after Sujata.
II. Rekha came after Sujata but not after Sudesh.Correct
From I: A > N > S
From II: S > R > Sud
From I and II, we get A > N > S > R > SudIncorrect
From I: A > N > S
From II: S > R > Sud
From I and II, we get A > N > S > R > Sud 
Question 14 of 20
14. Question
How is B related to A?
I. A is B’s sister.
II. D is the father of A and B.Correct
From statements I and II together, we can conclude only that either B is the sister or brother of A. So, even from both the statements, the exact relation cannot be known.
Incorrect
From statements I and II together, we can conclude only that either B is the sister or brother of A. So, even from both the statements, the exact relation cannot be known.

Question 15 of 20
15. Question
Is D brother of J?
I. J is the sister of M and K.
II. K is the brother of D.Correct
From I: J() – M – K
From II: K(+) — D
Combining all, we get, J() — M — K(+) — D
Hence, ‘D’ may be either brother or sister of J.Incorrect
From I: J() – M – K
From II: K(+) — D
Combining all, we get, J() — M — K(+) — D
Hence, ‘D’ may be either brother or sister of J. 
Question 16 of 20
16. Question
How is M related to R?
I. P and R are children of K, who is wife of M.
II. N’s sister M is married to R’s father.Correct
From I: (+)M <–> K()
P R
Clearly, ‘M’ is father of R.
From II: N — M() <–> **

R
Clearly, ‘M’ is mother of R.Incorrect
From I: (+)M <–> K()
P R
Clearly, ‘M’ is father of R.
From II: N — M() <–> **

R
Clearly, ‘M’ is mother of R. 
Question 17 of 20
17. Question
How is S related to R?
I. R’s sister is the mother of N, who is daughter of S.
II. P is the sister of S.Correct
From I, S is either R’s sister or brotherinlaw. II is no help either.
Incorrect
From I, S is either R’s sister or brotherinlaw. II is no help either.

Question 18 of 20
18. Question
H is in which direction with respect to V?
I. S is to the south of K, who is to the west of V.
II. M is to the north of H, who is to the east of V.Correct
From I: K _____ V

S
[Information regarding H is absent. Hence, I alone is not sufficient]
From II: M

V_______ H
Hence, H is to the east of V.Incorrect
From I: K _____ V

S
[Information regarding H is absent. Hence, I alone is not sufficient]
From II: M

V_______ H
Hence, H is to the east of V. 
Question 19 of 20
19. Question
Four friends, A, B, C and D got the top four ranks in a competitive examination, but A did not get the first, B did not get the second, C did not get the third, and D did not get the fourth rank. Who secured which rank?
Correct
From statement I, their ranks will be A4, B1, C2, D3.
From statement II, their ranks will be A4, B1, C2, D3.Incorrect
From statement I, their ranks will be A4, B1, C2, D3.
From statement II, their ranks will be A4, B1, C2, D3. 
Question 20 of 20
20. Question
Which village is to the NorthEast of village ‘A’?
I. Village ‘B’ is to the North of village ‘A’, and village ‘C’ and ‘D’ are to the East and West of village ‘B’, respectively.
II. Village ‘P’ is to the South of village ‘A’, and village ‘E’ is to the Eat of village ‘P’, village ‘K’ is to the North of village ‘P’.Correct
From I: D B C
A
Hence, village ‘C’ is NorthEast of village ‘A’.
From II: A
K
P EIncorrect
From I: D B C
A
Hence, village ‘C’ is NorthEast of village ‘A’.
From II: A
K
P E