Ch.20 :- Analytical Reasoning :- Exercise 6


Directions for Q. No. 1 to 6 : Read the following information carefully and answer then questions based on them.
Five Ships J, K, L, M and N are to be unloaded on 5 consecutive days beginning from Monday to Friday.

(i) Each ship takes exactly one day to unload.

(ii) K must be unloaded on the day, preceding the day on which M and N are unloaded.

(iii) L can’t be unloaded on Tuesday.

(iv) M is 2nd ship to be unloaded after J is unloaded.

1. If M is unloaded on Friday, which one of the following is true?
(a) J is unloaded on Wednesday
(b) K is unloaded on Tuesday
(c) L is unloaded on Monday
(d) L is Unloaded on Thursday
(e) N is unloaded on Thursday

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2. If K, M and N are to be unloaded one immediately after the other, the two days on which J can be unloaded are:
(a) Monday and Tuesday
(b) Monday and Friday
(c) Tuesday and Wednesday
(d) Wednesday and Friday
(e) Thursday and Friday

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3. If L is unloaded immediately after J, which of the following is true ?
(a) J is unloaded on Wednesday
(b) K is unloaded’ on Monday
(c) L is unloaded on Thursday
(d) M is unloaded on Friday
(e) None of the above

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4. If J is unloaded on Monday, then which of the following must be true ?
(a) L is unloaded before K
(b) L is unloaded before M
(c) K is unloaded on Tuesday
(d) L is unloaded on Thursday
(e) N is unloaded on Thursday

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5. N can be unloaded on any day of the week except
(a) Monday
(b) Tuesday
(c) Wednesday
(d) Thursday
(e) Friday

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6. On which of the following days, anyone of the five ships can be unloaded ?
(a) Monday
(b) Tuesday
(c) Wednesday
(d) Thursday
(e) Friday

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✦ Directions for Q. No. 7 to 9 : Read the following information carefully and then answer the questions based on them.
A combination of three Fabrics is to be chosen out of seven
Fabrics – F, G, H, J, K, Land M to decorate the room according to the following conditions :

(i) If For G is chosen, the other must also be chosen.

(ii) Hand J can’t be chosen together.

(iii) Either H or F or both must be chosen.

7. Which of the following confirms to the conditions?
(a) F, H, J
(b) F, K, L
(c) G, H, M
(d) M, J, L
(e) H, K, M

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8. If J is chosen, which of the following could also be chosen?
(a) F, G
(b) F, M
(c) G, H
(d) H, K
(e) K, L

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9. If K is chosen, which of the following could be chosen?
(a) F, H
(b) F, L
(c) G, H
(d) H, L
(e) L, M

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✦ Directions for Q. No. 10 to 14 : Read the information given in the following paragraphs and then answer the questions based on them.
There are 6 soccer teams A, B, C, D, E and F in the soccer league game. All the 6 teams play each Saturday during the season. Each team must play against each of the other teams once and only once during the seasons.

(i) Team A plays against team D 1st and team F 2nd.

(ii) Team B plays against team E 1st and team C 3rd.

(iii) Team C plays against team First.

10. On 1st Saturday, which of the following pairs of teams play against each other?
(a) A and B, C and F, D and E
(b) A and B, C and E, D and F
(c) A and C, Band E, D and F
(d) A and D, Band C, E and F
(e) None of the above

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11. Which of the following team must B play second with ?
(a) A
(b) C
(c) D
(d) Either E or A
(e) Either A or D

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12. What is the total number of games that each team must play during the season?
(a) 1
(b) 2
(c) 3
(d) 4
(e) None of these

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13. If D wins 5 games, which of the following must be true?
(a) A loses 5 games
(b) A wins 4 games
(c) A wins its first game
(d) B loses at least 1 game
(e) None of these

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14. The last set of games could be between?
(a) A and B, C and F, D and E
(b) A and C, B and F, D and E
(c) A and D, Band C, E and F
(d) A and E, Band C, D and F
(e) None of the above

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✦ Directions for Q. No. 15 to 19 : Read the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow:
Nine professors-G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N and are to appear on series of three panels. Each panel will consist of three professor! and each professor will appear exactly once. The panel must be arranged according to the following conditions :

(i) I and N must be on the same panel.

(ii) K and L must be on the same panel.

(iii) and J cannot be on the same panel.

(iv) M must appear on the second panel.

(v) Either J or M or both must appear on the panel write H.

15. Which of the following professors could appear on panel together?
(a) G, L, O
(b) G, J, M
(c) K, I, M
(d) N, I, J
(e) O, I, U

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16. Which of the following can’t be true?
(a) I appears on 2nd panel
(b) H appears on 3rd panel
(c) appears on 3rd panel
(d) J appears on 1st panel, and H appears on the 3rd
(e) G appears on 1st panel and K appears on 3rd

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17. The 3rd panel could consist of all the following except?
(a) K, L, O
(b) K, L, J
(c) G, H, J
(d) G, I, N
(e) G, J, I

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18. All the following could appear on the same’ panel as K except?
(a) G
(b) I
(c) J
(d) M
(e) O

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19. If J and K appear on the 3rd panel, which of the following professors must appear on 2nd?
(a) G
(b) H
(c) I
(d) L
(e) O

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✦ Directions for Q. No. 20 to 24 :Read the following information carefully and then answer the questions based or.
them.
From amongst five doctors A, B, C, D and E,four Engineers G. H, K and L and six Teachers M,N,O,P,Q and R,:some teams are to be selected. Of these A, B, G, H, 0, P and Q are females and the rest are males. The formation of teams’ -is subject to the following conditions:

(i) Whenever there is a male Doctor, .there will be no female teacher.

(ii) Whenever there is a male Engineer” there will be no female Doctor.

(iii) There shall not be more than two male Teachers in any team.

20. If the team consists of two Doctors, two female Teachers and two Engineers, all the following teems are possible except.
(a) OPGHAB
(c) ABGHOQ
(b) ABGHPQ
(d) ABKLPQ

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21. If the team consists of two Doctors, three female Teachers, and two Engineers, the members of the team are?
(a) CDOPQGH
(c) CDKLOPQ
(b) ABOPQGH
(d) DEGHOPQ

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22. If the team consists of three Doctors, two male Engineers and two Teachers, the members of the team could be?
(a) CDEKLMN
(b) ABCKLMR
(c) CDEKLPR
(d) BCDKLNR

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23. If the team consists of two Doctors, one Engineer and four Teachers, all the following teams are possible except?
(a) ABGMNOP
(b) ABKNRPQ
(c) ABHMOPQ
(d) ABHMRPQ

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24. If the team consists of two Doctors, two Engineers and two Teachers, all the following teams are possible except?
(a) CEKLMN
(b) ABGHMN
(c) CDKLOP
(d) ABGHOP

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✦ Directions for Q. No. 25 to 30 :Read the following Information carefully and then answer the questions based on them.
one Wedding card, two Graduation cards, three Anniversary cards, and four Birthday cards are to be arranged in a
triangular display with one card in t« row, two cards in 2nd three cards in 3rd row and four cards in 4th row. The angement is subject to the following conditions:

(i) There is to be no Birthday card in 4th row.

(ii) There are to be no more than two cards of any type in any of the rows.

(iii) No Birthday card is to be next to and in the same row as an Anniversary card.

25. An acceptable arrangement can include which of the following?
(a) A Birthday card in every row
(b) An Anniversary card in 1st , 2nd and 3rd rows
(c) All the Birthday cards in 2nd and 3rd rows
(d) Two Anniversary cards in the 3rd row

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26. Which of the following must make up 2nd row ?
(a) Two Birthday cards
(b) Two Anniversary cards
(c) A Birthday and an Anniversary cards
(d) A Wedding card and a Graduation card

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27. Which of the following must make up 2nd row ?
(a) An Anniversary card and two Birthday cards
(b) A Graduation card and two Birthday cards
(c) A Graduation card and two Anniversary cards
(d) A Wedding card, a Birthday card and a Graduation card.

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28. If all the Birthday cards are in 2nd and 3rd rows, which of these must be true ?
(a) There is a Wedding card between two Birthday cards
(b) There is an Anniversary card in the 2nd row
(c) There is a Graduation card next to and in the same row as an Anniversary card in 4th row
(d) There is a Graduation card in 3rd row

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29. If there is an Anniversary card in 3rd row, which of the following can be true ?
(a) A Birthday card next and in the same row as a Graduation card in the 3rd row
(b) A Birthday card is in the middle of 3rd row
(c) A Birthday card is in pt row
(d) Two Birthday cards are in 2nd row

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30. Which of the following is a complete and accurate list of the rows in which both Graduation cards can be placed
together?

(a) 2nd
(b) 3rd
(c) 4th
(d) 3rd and 4th

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✦ Directions for Q. No. 31 to 34 : Read the information given below and then answer the questions based on them.
M, N, 0, P, Q and R are two sets of triplets, not necessarily in the order given.

(i) None of the six is married to a sibling or to some one of the same sex.

(ii) Four of the six are males and two are females.

(iii) Neither set of triplets contains three sibling of the same sex.

(iv) N and P are married to each other.

(v) M is Q’s only brother.

31. Who can’t be sister and brother?
(a) M and Q
(b) O and R
(c) P and Q
(d) R and P
(e) R and Q

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32. R must be female if
(a) M and Q are siblings
(b) O and R are siblings
(c) P and Q are siblings
(d) O is P’s sister-in-law
(e) O is P’s brother-in-law

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33. Which of the following statements must be false?
(a) O is P’s sister-in-law
(b) Q is P’s sister-in-law
(c) N is P’s brother-in-law
(d) O is P’s brother in law
(e) Q is P’s brother-in-law

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34. If Q and R are married to each other, which of the following must be true ?
(a) O is a male
(c) M is a female
(b) R is a male
(d) N is a female
(e) P is a female

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