Daily Reasoning Questions (Puzzles) – 10th april

Daily Reasoning Questions (Puzzles) – 10th april

April 10, 2017 0 By Anonymous

Reasoning Questions – 10th April

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  • A:>Study the following information carefully and give the answer of following quesitons-Seven members A, B, C, D, E, F and G represent different countries in Seminar viz – USA, China, Korea, Paris, Russia, Austria and England. Each one belongs to a different company- Videocon ,T.C.S., Sony, Titan, Maruti, Aiwa and Fasttrack. But not necessary in the same order.
    C represents China for T.C.S. company. D represents USA but neither for Videocon nor for Sony company. The one who represents England belongs to Maruti company. E belongs to Videocon but not from Korea. A represents Austria for Aiwa company. The one who represents Russia belongs to Titan company. F does not represent Korea and England. G belongs to Sony company.Q.1 : Which of the following combinations is correct ?

    1.  F – Paris – Titan
    2.  G – Russia – Titan
    3.  G – Paris – Titan
    4.  F – Russia – Titan
    5.   None of these

    Q.2 : Which of the following persons belong to paris ?

    1. F
    2. E
    3. G
    4. C
    5. None Of These

    Q.3 : The person from Fasttrack company Belong to which Of the Following countries ?

    1. Paris
    2.  China
    3. England
    4. Korea
    5. None Of These

    Q.4 : Which Of the Following Is False ?

    1. E – Fasttrack – paris
    2. G – Sony – korea
    3. D – Fasttrack – USA
    4. E – Videocon – paris
    5. A – aiwa – Austria

    Q.5 : Which of the Following Belong to Austria ?

    1. D
    2. E
    3.  F
    4. G
    5. None Of These
  • B:> Study the given information carefully to answer the given questions:
    Eight people E, F, G, H, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in two parallel rows containing four people each. E, F, G and H are sitting in row-1 facing north and W, X, Y and Z are sitting in row-2 facing south (but not necessarily in the same order). Thus, each person sitting in row-1 face another person sitting in row-2. Each of the two rows consists of one Doctor, one Engineer, one Pilot and one Scientist (but not necessarily in the same order). 
    • The Doctor of row-1 sits second to the right of H. X faces one of the immediate neighbours of H. Only one person sits between X and the Scientist.
    • The one who faces the Scientist of row-2 is an immediate neighbour of E. Only one person sits between E and the Pilot.
    • W sits second to the right of Z.  Y does not face Gun. The Scientist of row-1 faces the Engineer of row-2.
    • G faces one of the immediate neighbours of the Doctor of row-2. The Doctor of row-2 does not sit at any of the extreme ends of the line. Z is not a Doctor.
    Q.6 Which of the following represents the people sitting at extreme ends of both the lines? 
    (a) F, H and X, Y
    (b) F, H and Z, W
    (c) G, E and Z, X
    (d) E, Hand X, Z
    (e) G, Eand W, Y
    Q.7 Who amongst the following sits on the immediate left of Pilot of row-1?
    (a) H
    (b) The Doctor of row-1
    (c) The Engineer of row-1
    (d) G
    (e) F
    Q.8 Which of the following represent both the immediate neighbours of Y? 

    (a) Z and the Scientist of row-2

    (b) X and the Engineer of row-2
    (c) W and the Doctor of row-2
    (d) X  and the Pilot of row-2
    (e) W and the Pilot of row-2
    Q.9. Which of the given statements is true with respect to the given arrangement? 
    (a) Y sits on the immediate right of X .
    (b) F and Z face each other.
    (c) G is a Scientist.
    (d) None of the given statements is true
    (e) The Engineer of one row faces the Doctor of another row.
    Q.10 If Y and X interchange their places, so do H and Z, then who amongst the following faces E? 
    (a) Y
    (b) H
    (c) F
    (d) W
    (e) Other than those given as options

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ANSWERS:

A: 

  • 4
  • 2
  • 5
  • 1
  • 5

B:

  • c
  • d
  • e
  • c
  • b