Mini Mock – 164 | Maths & Reasoning | PDF Download

Mini Mock – 164 | Maths & Reasoning | PDF Download

 

  • A, B, C, D, E, F are living in six floor building, only one person lives in one floor. The bottommost floor is numbered one, the floor above is numbered two and so on. Who sits on the bottommost floor?
  • Statement I: D is living on an odd numbered floor. Two persons are living between A and D. E is living immediate above of C. Only one person is living between B and C.
  • Statement II: E is not living on an even numbered floor. B is living on an even numbered floor. B is not living on the top floor. A is living on an even numbered floor.

 

  • In a certain code. What is the code for ‘half’?
  • Statement I: ‘glass is half empty’ is written as ‘@ # & £’ and ‘half glass of water’ is written as ‘% © & @’.
  • Statement II: ‘water in empty glass’ is written as ‘# * @ ©’ and ‘empty glass half filled’ is written as ‘¥ # @ &’.
  • Statement III: ‘half filled pure water’ is written as ‘€ © ¥ &’ and ‘pure half are glass’ is written as ‘@ & * €’.

 

  • Input: 46 roast 15 63 wrong 57 winner shown 21 free 32 bounty
  • Step l: 21 46 roast 15 63 wrong 57 winner shown 32 bounty free
  • Step ll: 32 21 46 roast 15 63 57 winner shown bounty free wrong
  • Step lll: 63 32 21 46 roast 15 57 winner bounty free wrong shown
  • Step IV: 15 63 32 21 46 roast 57 bounty free wrong shown winner
  • Step V: 46 15 63 32 21 57 bounty free wrong shown winner roast
  • Step VI: 57 46 15 63 32 21 free wrong shown winner roast bounty

 

  • “44 trust 38 rewind curry 29 51 colonel 65 drive 17 singer”
  • How many elements are come in between ‘65’ and ‘colonel’ in final step?
  • a) 1
  • b) 2
  • c) 3
  • d) 4
  • e) 5

 

  • Input: 46 roast 15 63 wrong 57 winner shown 21 free 32 bounty
  • Step l: 21 46 roast 15 63 wrong 57 winner shown 32 bounty free
  • Step ll: 32 21 46 roast 15 63 57 winner shown bounty free wrong
  • Step lll: 63 32 21 46 roast 15 57 winner bounty free wrong shown
  • Step IV: 15 63 32 21 46 roast 57 bounty free wrong shown winner
  • Step V: 46 15 63 32 21 57 bounty free wrong shown winner roast
  • Step VI: 57 46 15 63 32 21 free wrong shown winner roast bounty

 

  • “44 trust 38 rewind curry 29 51 colonel 65 drive 17 singer”
  • There is only one step where elements ‘17’ and ‘29’ are adjacent. Name that Step?
  • a) Step 1
  • b) Step 2
  • c) Step 3
  • d) Step 4
  • e) Step 5

 

  • Statements:
  • C ≥ R > O = H < S ≤ M,
  • K < E ≤ B = O ≥ Q,
  • G > V = X ≠ E < D > A

 

  • Conclusions:
  • I. K < S,
  • II. C ≠ K,
  • III. M ≥ D

 

  • ‘A # B’ means ‘A is smaller than B’
  • ‘A © B’ means ‘A is greater than B’
  • ‘A π B’ means ‘A is either smaller than or equal to B’
  • ‘A $ B’ means ‘A is either greater than or equal to B’
  • ‘A % B’ means ‘A is neither smaller nor greater than B’

 

  • In each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true. Give answer

 

  • Statement:
  • G $ K,
  • H π J,
  • L % K,
  • H # K,
  • I % J

 

  • Conclusions:
  • I. I $ L
  • II. G © H
  • A. if only conclusion I is true.
  • B. if only conclusion II is true.
  • C. if either conclusion I or II is true.
  • D. if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
  • E. if both conclusions I and II are true.

 

 

 

 

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Updated on 20 Aug 2019  |  by admin