Q1) In a game of dice, 2 dice
thrown at each turn. The score at each turn is taken as the product of number
on 2 dices. there were five turns(rolls). Second roll is 1 less than first n
(like this ... the relationship between third n second, third n fourth, fourth
n fifth ) were given. Find the score in first roll, second roll, third roll, fourth
roll.(just giving an idea abt question and don know the exact relationships).
Q2) Matrix problem
there are 3 males A,B,C and 3 females X,Y,W. they played 18 games of
1. A scored 94
2. X scored 106
3. Y scored 102.
4. Z scored 100.
5. B and C scored 96 and 98 and do not no whos score is what??
6. As wife beats Cs wife.
7. there are two couples whose sum of scores is same.
Determine whos wife is who and scores of B and C.
Q3) A girl had several dollars with
her. she went out for shopping and spent half of them in shopping mall, being
generous she had given 1 dollar to the beggar. After that she went for lunch
and spent the half of the remaining and gave 2 dollars as tip to the waiter. Then
she went to watch a movie and spent the half of remaining dollars and gave
auto rikshaw - wala 3 dollars. This left her with only 1 dollar. How many
dollars did she had with her at the beggining.
Q4) A person says that his son is 5
times as old as his daughter and his wife is 5 times older than his son and
he is twice the age of his wife . The sum total of all the ages equals the
age of the grand mother who celebrated her 81st birthday today. How old was his son?
Q5) A bargain hunter bought some
plates for $ 1.30 from a sale on saturday, where price 2 was marked off at
each article .On monday she went to return them at regular prices, and bought
some cups and saucers from that much amount of money only the normal price of
plate were equal to the price of one cup and one saucer.In total she bought
16 items more than previous. saucers were only of 3 cents hence she brought
10 saucers more than the cups, How many cups and saucers she bought and at
Q6) A jeweller prepared a window
display each displaying 3 of the 7 jems at a time . They were methyst, opal, sapphire,
emerald, ruby and garnet. Displayed according to the following conditions:-
1. A should always be displayed on the left window and D on the right.
2. Ruby should never come with any of D or G.
3.E should always be with S.
then some 4 questions were asked on this. easy
#1. which combination is appropriate?AOS; ADR;AES(ans).
#2. which condition is correct in the right window?
#3. Ruby can be displayed with following other two?
#4.S can be displayed with the following other two on left side window?
Q7) Racing competition. Participants
were from 3 tribes
Sonorean-always says truth
Midorean-alternatively says T and F,not with any particular start.
1. C obstructed me at the last moment,which caused me to lose the
2. C always speak true
3. C is the winner.
B says -
1. A is the winner.
2. C says false always.
1.B won the Race
2. I did not caused any obstruction to A at the last time.
Identify the tribes of each.
Q8) A boss tells 1/6 th of his life
in child hood,1/12 of his in youth and 1/7 of his in bachelor, five years
after his election a son was born whom was died four years ago at half his
final age. Find the boss age.
ANS: 74 th solution a/6+a/12+a/7 +5......
Q9) Two thieves went to the museum
to stole the diamonds first thief stole half of them and while going he took
another two and left. Second, third and fourth did the same and there was
zero diamonds at the end. How many diamonds initially at the beginning?
Q10) A, B, C are the husbands and
D, E, F are their wives not in that order. They are playing the Golf
following these conditions. D, E, F and B scores are as follows 106,102,100
and 94.A and C scores are 98 and 96 not in that order as their names are not
displayed. Two couples get the same score. B wife beat the A wife list out
the wives names and the scores they got.
Hus Wife Score Total
A F 98 102 200 100 198
B D 94 106 200 106 200
C E 96 100 96 102 198
Q11) A women with dollar bills go to the shopping he spent half of the money
she had for shopping as she was so kind she gave one dollar to the beggar.she
went to the hotel and spent half of the remaining and she gave 2 dollars to
the waiter,the she buy some goods with half of the remaining and she gave 3
dollars to the receptionist. how much money she had in the beginning?
come in the reverse order 1+3=4and twice of it 8+2=10 and twice of it 20+1=21
and twice of it 42.
Q12) A conductor in the bus ask the man how old the boy is.the man replied
that my son is five times older than my daughter and my wife is five times
older than my son and i am twice older to my wife and our ages summed up to my
grandmother whose age is 81 years.can u tell me the son age?
ANS: 5 years
x=1 therefore son age is 5 years old
Q13) Find out who is oldest and who is youngest from the following
a)either A or B r the oldest
b)either C is the oldest or B is the youngest.
ANS: A is the oldest and B is the Youngest
Q14)one boy tells three people to guess mule color..
number one says its not black
number two says its either brown or grey
number 3 says its brown.
..the boy then says one is at least lying ans at least telling truth...fine mule color
Q15) 2 men take turns walking and riding one horse that they share...walking
speed 4km/hr..riding speed 12km/hr..one rides for some time and ties horse for the
other walking fellow and continues walking......they keep going on like this
alternately ..find time that the horse rests
Q16) 7 people have holidays on 7 diff days...and they give conditions like As hol
is 3 days before B etc etc...we have to find the days on which they take
holiday 5.6 subjects 3 people teach 2 each...some crazy conditions and we gotta find the
subject for each
Q17) A Lady (say L) is a philanthropist. she goes to a restaurant,orders food
and pays half the amount she has and another dollor to a waiter as tip. she
then goes to a mall, does some purchases and pays half the amount left and
another 2 dollors to a beggar outside. At last she goes to a book store,
takes some books and pays half the amount left and another 3 dollors to a beggar outside. she then checks that
she only had a dollor left to her. How much money she had initially?
ANS: 42 $
Q18) Three couples are playing golf together. The men are E, B & T
while women are M G & H. they play 8 rounds.
M, G, H & E score 106, 102, 100, 94 respectively. while B & T scored
either 96 or 98 as it was unresolved due to error at scoreboard. When finally resolved they found that two of the
couples scored same. It is given that- Es wife scored greater than Bs wife. Whos whose wife & how much the men
Q19) A lady buys some plates in 130$ with 2$ off every item. she then returns
the plates for the same amount next day to exchange them for some cups &
saucers. Each saucer costs only 3$ each and the no. of saucers is 10 more
than cups. Altogether she takes 16 more items than before. If she had to buy
only cups, how many of them she could have
been taken home on the first day?
Q20) Impressed by admiration of the boy by stranger, the father said My son is five times as old as my daughter and my wife is five times as old as my son. Im double the age of my wife and my grandmother is as old as the sum of ages of all of us and she is celebrating her 81st birthday. what is the age of the boy?
ANS: 5 yrs
Q21) A, B & C participate in a race & one of them wins. They belong to
three communities-M, N, O. O always speak the truth, N always lie and M alternate. Each of A, B & C belongs to one community.
1. I would have won the race if C had not interfered me at the last movement.
2. C always speaks truth.
3. C is the winner.
1. A wins the race.
2. C is not a N.
1. I hadnt interfered with A at the last movement.
2. B wins the race.
Tell, whos who?
Q22) Harry is a friend of Axy and Amy. Two statements are given about
1. if one of Axy and Amy is oldest then another is youngest.
2. Either Harry is the oldest or Amy is the youngest.
Who is the oldest?
Q23) sons age is 5 times daughters. mother is five times son. father is 5
Total of all age is Grandpas who is celebrating 81st Bday.
ANS: 5 yrs
Q24) One woman buys plates worth 1.30$ at 2 cent discount each plate. Then she
exchanged the plates for sausers & bowl where one bowl & one sausers costs equal to one
plate. no of sausers which costs 3 cent is 10 more than bowl. no of saucers & bowl is 16 more than no of plates.
ANS: 10 Plates
Q25) One-sixth of my life, said my boss, I spent as a child, next one-twelfth
as an old boy, one-seventh & 5 more years in politics & socialization. This brought me up to when Jimmy
born. Jimmy was elected for the governer four years ago, when he was half my present age. How old is my boss?
ANS: 84 yrs.
Q26) A Couple decided to travel a
north country side.so they decide to travel a minimum amount on car the first
day and the second and subsequent day a distance of 20 miles .If they travel
a total amount of 1080 miles. Find he distance traveled on the 4th day and
the 9 day.
Q27) A card board of 34 * 14
has to be attached to a wooden box and a total of 35 pins are to be used on
the each side of the card box. Find the total number of pins used .
Q28) During a Pizza buffet
where A eats more times 2.4 than B, and B eats 6 times less than C.find the teal number of times all the three has to eat.
Q29) Last Year my cousin came to my
place and we played a game where the loosing one has to give one chocolate to
the person who won the game. At the end of the vacation,i.e the day my cousin
was leaving she counted number of games that i won an she won.At last she
gave me a total of 8 chocolates even though she won about 12 games. Find the number of games that we played.
Q30) A tree on first day grows 1/2
of its size second day 1/3rd of its size on the previous day similarly than
1/4th and so on.u have to calculate after how many days the tree will be 100
times of its original size.
ANS: 198 days
Q31) three person are there let A B
C one always tell truth one always lie and one sometimes tell truth they are standing in straight line the first person who is senior most and
always tells truth tells in middle A is standing the middle one says C is in
the third position the last one says B is in second position ie middle
Q32) A, B, C, D and E are
juniors and F,G,H,I are seniors you have to make three groups each containing
three person such that in each group one senior is there and some other
conditions which i cant recall exactly but was like that if this person will
be in group than this cant be in the same group.
Q31) there are 100 teams in a
football knockout tournament how many matches should be held to get the
winner answer is 99 ie one less than the no of teams because in every match on
team goes out.
Q33) A car traveling with uniform
speed. There r 15 poles. A car travel from 1 to 10th pole in 10 seconds. the
poles are equally spaced. then how many seconds it takes to reach the 15th
Q34) A boy jump to the river
from the bridge. He swim opposite direction of the stream. After 1000 yards he noted that his hat was fallen at the bridge. The he goes
to take the hat. He did not change his speed.What is the velocity of stream?
Q35) Uncles A bought a Hat &
Suit for Rs.15. Aunty B bought a Suit with as much as cost of uncles Hat. Then
reaming cost he bought Dresses. Dresses cost is one rupee more than his hats cost. Then
she told him his hats hat is 1 and 1/2 cost of her hat. They spend equal amount on their purchase.
a. Then uncle said how much is the cost of Hat.
b. How much they spend all together ? (4)
Q36) There are 17 brown ties,13 red
ties, 9 green ties, 5 blue ties and 2 white ties.Then a man takes a tie. so, how many times he at least take tie to get the 2 ties In same colour?
Q37) Mrs. Barbinger bought some
plates on Saturday for $1.30, when everything was being sold two cents below
the regular price. She exchanged those plates on Monday, at their regular
price, for cups & saucers. Cost of one plate equals cost of one plate & one saucer. She returned
home with 16 more articles than before. Since, saucers cost only 3 cents
each, she bought 10 more saucers than cups. The puzzle is, how many cups could she have bought on Saturday, for $1.30?
ANS: 13 cups
Q38) Mr and Mrs ABC purchase suit
and hats for 15 Rs. then from remaining money Mrs. ABC purchase A dress. She
said My dress cost is more than 1 Rs
from your hats cost. she also added if we divide our money and then purchase and cost of my hat is
3 and 1/2 times yours hat then we had spend equal money
a. if that condition fallows what is price of his hat?
b. Total amount spend?
ANS: hat= 6 Rs , Total = 22 Rs.
Q39) My rack contains 8 Red colour
ties, 13 violate colour ties,10 Blue colour ties, 5 Pink colour ties, 4 green
colour ties. If electricity gone and i want at least two ties of same colour
then how many ties i should take out from my rack?
ANS: 6 ties.
Q40) Two trains leaving from two
station 50 miles away from each other with costant speed of 60 miles per
hour, approaches towards each other on diffrent tracks. if lenght of each
train is 1/6 mile. when they meet How much time they need to pass each other
ANS: 10 sec
Q41) All handsome, fair skinned,
muscular, lean, employed, and rich men are tall.
All handsome men are fair skinned.
Some muscular men are handsome.
Some muscular men are not fair skinned.
All lean men are muscular.
No lean man is handsome.
No fair skinned man who is not handsome is rich.
All tall men who are neither fair skinned nor muscular are employed.
Q1. pramod is not fair skinned. Which of the following must be true?
a) pramod is employed
b) if pramod is muscular, he is neither handsome nor lean
c) if pramod is tall, he is employed or muscular.
d) if pramod is not employed, he is muscular.
e) if pramod is tall, he may be muscular or handsome, but not both.
Q2. Which must be false if the information given is true?
a) no lean men are fair skinned.
b) some fair skinned are lean.
c) some rich men are both fair skinned and muscular.
d) some tall men are neither fair skinned nor employed
e) some rich men are learn
Q3. Which of the following can be deduced from the information given?
a) all rich men are handsome
b) some rich men are handsome
c) some rich men are employed
d) some rich men are muscular
e) all rich men are handsome, muscular, or employed
Q4. which cannot be shown to be true or false on the basis of the information
I. No fair skinned or muscular man is employed
II. Some muscular men are fair skinned but not handsome
III. No fair skinned man both handsome and lean
a) I only
b) II only
c) III only
d) I and II
e) II and III
Q42) In Mulund, the shoe store is
closed every Monday, the boutique is closed every Tuesday, the grocery store
is closed every Thursday and the bank is open only on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Everything is closed on Sunday. One day A, B, C and D went shopping together, each with a different place to
go. They made the following statements:
A. D and I wanted to go earlier in the week but there wasnt day when we could both
take care of our errands.
B. I did not want to come today but tomorrow I will not be able to do what I
want to do.
C. I could have gone yesterday or the day before just as well as today.
D. Either yesterday or tomorrow would have suited me.
Which place did each person visit ?
Q43) The Novice hockey tournaments
are on for beginners. Just three teams are in the league, and each plays the
other two teams just once. Only part of the information appears in the result
chart, which is given below. Team Games Won Lost Tied Goals For Goals against
A 2 1 0
B 2 1 1 2
The scoring pattern in the tournament is as follows:
Two points are awarded to the winning team. In case of a tie, both teams are
awarded one point, so the total points in the standings should always equal
the total number of games played ( since each game played is counted as one
for each of the two participating teams). Of course, total goals scored for
and goals scored against must be the same, since every goal scored for one
team is scored against another. The games are played in the following order: Game 1: A Vs B; Game 2: A Vs C;
Game B Vs C
Can you determine the score of each of the above games ?
Q44) A recent murder case centered
around the six men, clam, flip, gront, herm, mast, and walt. In one order or
another these man were the victim, the murderer, the witness, the police, the
judge, and the hangman. The facts of the case were simple. The victim had
died instantly from the effect of gunshot wound inflicted a shot. After a
lengthy trial the murderer was convicted, sentenced to death, and hanged.
V Mast knew both the victim and the murderer.
v In court the judge asked clam his account of the shooting.
V Walt was the last of the six to see flip alive.
V The police testified that he picked up gront near the place where the body
V Herm and walt never met.
What role did each of the following play in this melodrama?
Q45) A alone can do a work in 6
days B alone can do in 8 days with help of c they finished the work in 3
days.If the agreed sum is 640 what is the share of c.(refer R.S. Agarwal)
Q46) A boy goes to school from his
house.on one fourth oh his way to school, he crosses a machinery station. And on one third of his way to school, he crosses
a Railway station. He crossed the machinery station at 7:30 and he crosses
the Railway station at 7:35. When does he leave the house & when does he
reach the school ? (5M)
Q47) A drives a car four times a
lap 10,20 30,60 kmph what is the average speed.
Q48) Speed of boat in still water
10 km,if speed up stream is 24 km and speed down stream is 16 what is speed
of the river.
Q49) If grand father age is sum all
the three grand childern whos age are in equal interval what is the age of the