Mini Mock – 163 | Maths & Reasoning | PDF Download

Mini Mock – 163 | Maths & Reasoning | PDF Download

 

  • Statements:
  • Only books are cards
  • No cover is a cap
  • Only few books are papers
  • All papers are covers

 

  • Conclusions:
  • 1). Some covers being cards is a possibility
  • 2). All books being covers is a possibility
  • 3). Some papers are caps
  • 4). No paper is a cap
  • 5). All caps being books is a possibility

 

  • $ means either hour hand or minute hand is at 6
  • % means either hour hand or minute hand is at 8
  • & means either hour hand or minute hand is at 3
  • # means either hour hand or minute hand is at 10
  • @ means either hour hand or minute hand is at 9
  • + means either hour hand or minute hand is at 12
  • © means either hour hand or minute hand is at 2

 

  • Note: if two symbols are given than by default first symbol is consider as hour hand and second one is consider as minute hand. And all time are consider at AM.

 

  • In a bank, work starts for public at #& and all employees have to be on their desk 10 minutes before, Vikram takes 20 minutes from his home to bank and takes 5 minutes to take on his desk after reaching bank. At what time he must leave his house to take on his desk on time ?
  • (a) $@
  • (b) @$
  • (c) %@
  • (d) @%
  • (e) #%

 

  • $ means either hour hand or minute hand is at 6
  • % means either hour hand or minute hand is at 8
  • & means either hour hand or minute hand is at 3
  • # means either hour hand or minute hand is at 10
  • @ means either hour hand or minute hand is at 9
  • + means either hour hand or minute hand is at 12
  • © means either hour hand or minute hand is at 2

 

  • Note: if two symbols are given than by default first symbol is consider as hour hand and second one is consider as minute hand.
  • Lunch time starts at ©+ and time period of lunch is 30 minutes. At what time working hours at bank gets over, if there is exactly 4 hours gap when the lunch gets over and working hours gets over in bank?
  • (a) $&
  • (b) +$
  • (c) $$
  • (d) $+
  • (e) &$

 

  • Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H are taking lunch sitting around a circular table facing the centre but not necessarily in the same order. Each friend like different dish viz; Pizza, Dosa, Idli, Burger, Momos, Sandwich, Pastry, Manchurian. Who sits immediate left of person who likes Dosa?
  • Statement I: H sits second to the right of person who like Pastry. The neighbors of B like Pizza and Dosa. F sits opposite to the person who likes Pastry. One person sits between G and the person who likes pizza.
  • Statement II: The person who like Manchurian sits second to the right of B, who sits second to the right of D. The person who likes Idli sits between E and H. Person who likes Momos sits second to the left of E. C doesn’t like Burger

 

  • Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows. In row-1 – A, B, C, D, E are facing in north direction and in row-2 – P, Q, R, S, T are facing in south direction. Each person of row-1 is facing the persons of row-2. Who is facing the person who is sitting immediate right of P?
  • Statement I: A is second to the right of the person who faces S. T sits immediate right of the person who faces A. One person sits between D and person who faces T. Two persons sit between R and the person who faces E.
  • Statement II: Two persons sit between R and the person who faces E. R is immediate right of the person who faces B. S is not facing C and D. Q faces the person who sits immediate right of C. R is facing the person who sit between A and B.

 

  • P # Q means P is the father of Q
  • P + Q means P is the mother of Q
  • P $ Q means P is the huband of Q
  • P % Q means P is the wife of Q
  • P @ Q means P is the brother of Q
  • P * Q means P is the sister of Q
  • P © Q means P is the son of Q
  • P π Q means P is the daughter of Q

 

  • In the following expression how is T related to Q?
  • Q $ R π W # S @ P % T
  • a) Son-in-law
  • b) Daughter-in-law
  • c) Brother-in-law
  • d) Sister-in-law
  • e) Can’t be determined

 

 

 

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Updated on 13 Aug 2019  |  by admin