## Mini Mock – 159 | Maths & Reasoning | PDF Download

• Input: 52 hundred 43 24 twenty 37 fifty thousand 16 two 60 zero
• Step l: thousand 52 hundred 24 twenty 37 fifty 16 two 60 zero 43
• Step ll: hundred thousand 52 twenty 37 fifty 16 two 60 zero 43 24
• Step lll: twenty hundred thousand 37 fifty 16 two 60 zero 43 24 52
• Step IV: fifty twenty hundred thousand 16 two 60 zero 43 24 52 37
• Step V: zero fifty twenty hundred thousand two 60 43 24 52 37 16
• Step VI: two zero fifty twenty hundred thousand 43 24 52 37 16 60

• “21 both 58 related doing 39 61 remember 40 out 13 future”
• How many elements are come in between ‘58’ and ‘future’ in final step?
• a) 1
• b) 2
• c) 3
• d) 4
• e) 5

• Input: 52 hundred 43 24 twenty 37 fifty thousand 16 two 60 zero
• Step l: thousand 52 hundred 24 twenty 37 fifty 16 two 60 zero 43
• Step ll: hundred thousand 52 twenty 37 fifty 16 two 60 zero 43 24
• Step lll: twenty hundred thousand 37 fifty 16 two 60 zero 43 24 52
• Step IV: fifty twenty hundred thousand 16 two 60 zero 43 24 52 37
• Step V: zero fifty twenty hundred thousand two 60 43 24 52 37 16
• Step VI: two zero fifty twenty hundred thousand 43 24 52 37 16 60

• “21 both 58 related doing 39 61 remember 40 out 13 future”
• In which step ‘remember 39 out 21’ come in the sequence?
• a) Step 1
• b) Step 2
• c) Step 3
• d) Step 4
• e) Step 5

• A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table some are facing away from the center and some are facing towards the center but not necessarily in the same order. Who is sitting third to the right of D?
•  Statement I: Persons facing outside are not adjacent to each other. The person who is immediate left of E is facing outside. Both the neighbor of A are facing inside. H is second to the left of A. B is immediate right of F who is second to the left of E.
• Statement II: D is second to the right of B who is second to the left of G. Both the neighbor of F are facing outside. C is immediate left of A who is second to the right of E. The person who is immediate right of G is facing outside.

• Statements:
• Every animals are human.
• Few birds are animals.
• Only a few insects are birds.
• Only insects are bees.

• Conclusions:
• I. Few birds are human.
• II. Every birds can be insects.
• III. Few human are insects.
• IV. Every human can be animals.
• V. Every insects can be human.

• Statements:
• Few candy are chocolate.
• Only chocolate are wafer.
• Only a few biscuit are candy.
• Every toffee are biscuit.

• Conclusion:
• I. Few candy can be wafer.
• II. Every biscuit can be candy.
• III. Few toffee can be chocolate.
• IV. Every chocolate can be wafer.
• V. Every candy can be biscuit.

• Statements:
• Only few phones are computers.
• All phones are laptops.
• Few laptop is a simcard.
• All chargers are simcard.

• Conclusions:
• I. Only few laptops are computers is a possibility.
• II Only few computer is a simcard.
• III. No charger is a laptop.
• IV. Only few laptops are chargers is a possibility.

• Statements:
• All clocks are time.
• Only a few hours are clocks
• All hours are seconds.
• Only few time is a minute

• Conclusions:
• 1) No clock is a minute
• 2) All seconds are time is a possibility.
• 3) At least some time are hours
• 4) All minutes being seconds is a possibility
• 5) All clock being minute is a possibility.