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Logical Reasoning Test 2


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In each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

1. Seal : pup :: Rabbit : ?



Explanation:

By Analyzing the given analogy, we can infer that in the left side an adult name and its baby name is given i.e. pup is baby of Seal
By Applying the same logic to the right side we can conclude that bunny is the baby of Rabbit.


2. Find out the alternative figure which contains (X) as its part





In a certain code language ' sera dum kuro ' means ' water no color ' then ' dum kuro jena ' means ' no color reflect ' and ' jena sera dum ' means ' reflect water no '.

3. Find the code language for water ?  



Explanation:

The code language represents
water =>sera
No=> dum
Color=> kuro
reflect=> jena.


In each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

4. Abundant : Depleted :: Vindictive : ?



Explanation:

By Analyzing the left side, we can conclude that Depleted is the Antonym of Abundant
By using the same logic, we can conclude that Compassionate is the Antonym for Vindictive.


5. Tinku, introducing a person to Rinku, said "He is the father of your sister's son and he is also my mother's husband". How is Tinku's father related to Rinku's mother ?



Explanation:

He is the father of Rinku's Sister's son means he is Rinku's Sister's husband. He is also Tinku's mother's husband means Tinku's mother is Rinku's sister. Now, Tinku's father is Rinku's brother-in-law. i.e. Tinku's father is Rinku's mother's son-in-law.


6. Showing the man receiving the prize, Saroj said, "He is the brother of my uncle's daughter." Who is the man to Saroj?



Explanation:

Brother of uncle's daughter - uncle's son - cousin. So, the man is Saroj's cousin.


In each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

7. Tigers : roar :: Calves : ?



Explanation:

By Analyzing the given analogy, we can infer that in the left side an animal and the sound it makes is given i.e. roar is sound made by Tigers
By Applying the same logic to the right side we can conclude that bleat is the sound made by Calves.


8. Find the odd one out



Explanation:

All except Banana have seeds.


In each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

9. Quaint : Common :: Abbreviate : ?



Explanation:

By Analyzing the left side, we can conclude that Common is the Antonym of Quaint
By using the same logic, we can conclude that Expand is the Antonym for Abbreviate.


In each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

10. Inanimate : Animate :: Blame : ?



Explanation:

By Analyzing the left side, we can conclude that Animate is the Antonym of Inanimate
By using the same logic, we can conclude that Acquittal is the Antonym for Blame.


Directions:
A @ B means "A is smaller than B "
A # B means "A is not smaller than B "
A $ B means "A is neither smaller than nor greater than B"
A % B means "A is greater than B"
A © B means "A is not greater than B"

11. Statement : F # H , H % K , K $ R , R © M
Conclusions
I) F % R
II) F # M



Explanation:

Given
@ --- <
# ---- ≥
$ ---- =
% ---- >
© ---- ≤
Statement : F # H , H % K , K $ R , R © M

denoted as: F ≥ H > K = R ≤ M

Conclusions
I) F % R --> F > R = true
II) F # M --> F ≥ M = false

Here only Conclusion I follows


12. Which number replaces the question mark ? 





In each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

13. Lions : roar :: Hamsters : ?



Explanation:

By Analyzing the given analogy, we can infer that in the left side an animal and the sound it makes is given i.e. roar is sound made by Lions
By Applying the same logic to the right side we can conclude that squeak is the sound made by Hamsters.


14. Arun said, "This girl is the wife of the grandson of my mother." Who is Arun to the girl?



Explanation:

Mother's grandson - Son; Son's wife - Daughter-in-law.


15. How is Priya (female) related to Vivek (male)?
I. Rajiv is brother of Vivek's uncle Bhuvan.
II. Vivek's grandfather has 2 children and also these 2 children have 2 children each. Priya's mother is married to Rajiv.



Explanation:

From both, Vivek’s grandfather has 2 children i.e. Bhuvan and Rajiv; Bhuvan is Vivek’s uncle, so Rajiv is his father. Priya’s mother married to Rajiv, so Priya is sister of Rajiv.


In each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

16. Fate : Doom :: Prate : ?



Explanation:

From Analyzing the left side, we can conclude that Doom is the synonym of Fate
By using the same logic, we can conclude that Chatter is the synonym for Prate.


17. Statements: H <= N, N < K, K <= D

Conclusion I. D > N 
Conclusion II. H < K



Explanation:

Given,Statements: H <= N, N < K, K <= D
=> H <= N < K <= D

Conclusion I. D > N (True)
Conclusion II. H < K (True)
Thus,both the conclusions I and II are true.


A committee has nine members A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I and it is divided into three groups, viz Play group, Entertainment group and Food group — with three members in each group. There are certain conditions for the formation of the groups.

Only three members will be selected in each group. One person cannot be selected for more than one group. A is in the Play group. H is in the Entertainment group. C and D are in the same group but not in the group of I. A and B are not in the same group. E is not in the same group as I but is in the Food group. F is in the group in which either H or B or both of them are present. I and H are not in the same group. F is neither with E nor with I.
 

18. Which of the following statements is true about G? 



Explanation:

Play Group : A G I
Food Group : C D E
Enter. Group : B F H


19. Statement: The civic authority has decided that all the factories located inside the city limits be shifted outside to reduce the level of environmental pollution in the city.

Assumptions:
I. The pollution level in the city in future may reduce after these factories are shifted outside the city limit.
II. Enough usable land is available outside the city limit for these factories.
III. Many of these factories may shift to some other smaller towns to remain profitable.



Explanation:

I directly follows from the statement and so is implicit. The decision to shift factories on the outskirts of the city must have been taken after taking into account the availability of land there So, II is implicit. Nothing can be assumed as to what strategy would the factory owners adopt in future. So, III is not implicit.


In each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

20. Wistful : Melancholic :: Adversity : ?



Explanation:

From Analyzing the left side, we can conclude that Melancholic is the synonym of Wistful
By using the same logic, we can conclude that Misfortune is the synonym for Adversity.


These questions are based on the following arrangement of letter, number and symbol.

T 7 4 A G H K # 5 Q R % 2 3 D F * L M 6 B E 8 @ I $ P V 9

21. If the positions of first ten elements are interchanged with the positions of last ten positions of last ten elements in such a way that the left becomes the first from the right and so on, which element will be the fourth to the left of the eight element from the left end after rearrangement?





22. Find the odd one out



Explanation:

All except Crocodile are mammals, while crocodile is a reptile.


23. 3 8 13 18 23 28 33



Explanation:

In this simple addition series, each number is 5 greater than the previous number.


In each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

24. Winsome : Captivating :: Ridiculous : ?



Explanation:

From Analyzing the left side, we can conclude that Captivating is the synonym of Winsome
By using the same logic, we can conclude that Absurd is the synonym for Ridiculous.


In each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

25. Bizarre : Unusual :: Taboo : ?



Explanation:

From Analyzing the left side, we can conclude that Unusual is the synonym of Bizarre
By using the same logic, we can conclude that Forbidden is the synonym for Taboo.


In each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

26. Damage : Loss :: Stipulation : ?



Explanation:

From Analyzing the left side, we can conclude that Loss is the synonym of Damage
By using the same logic, we can conclude that Prerequisite is the synonym for Stipulation.


In each of the following questions find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

27. Perennial : Ceasing :: Wistful : ?



Explanation:

By Analyzing the left side, we can conclude that Ceasing is the Antonym of Perennial
By using the same logic, we can conclude that Cheerful is the Antonym for Wistful.


In each question below is given a group of letters followed by four combinations of digits/symbols numbered (1), (2), (3) and (4). You have to find out which of the combinations correctly represents the group of letters based on the following coding system and mark the number of that combination as the answer. If none of the four combinations correctly represents the group of letters, mark (5) i.e. ‘None of the above’, as the answer.



Conditions:
1) If both the first and the last letter of the group are vowels, their codes are to be interchanged.
2) If the first letter is a consonant and the last letter is a vowel, both are to be coded as the code for the consonant.
 

28. RGMALB





Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting around the hexagonal table each at one corner.
A is second to the left of F.
B is the neighbour of C and D.
E is second to the left of D.

29. Which person is seated diagonally opposite to B ? 



Explanation:


Solution is

E is seated diagonally opposite to B.


Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven plays - A, B, C, D, E, F and G - are to be held on seven consecutive days (Starting on Monday and ending on Sunday) not necessarily in same order. Only one play can be held on one day. Only two plays will be held after play G. Only two plays will be held between play F and play G. Only three plays will be held between play B and play E. Play B will not be held on Sunday. Play A will be held before play D and play C (not necessarily in immediately before). Play C will be held after play D (not necessarily immediately after).
 

30. If all seven players are held in the alphabetical order of their names starting on Monday and ending on Sunday, the positions of how many will remain unchanged as compared to the original schedule?  



Explanation:

DAYS

PLAYS

Mon A
Tue F
Wed B
Thurs D
Fri G
Sat C
Sun E




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