Daily Reasoning Questions (Puzzles) – 24th may

May 24, 2017

Reasoning Questions – 24th May:

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Q:A>Directions (Q.1-5): Study the information and answer the given questions:

Eight players—Dale Steyn, JP Duminy, Hashim Amla, De Villiers, Imran Tahir, Morne Morkel, David Miller and pollard are sitting in three lines L1, L2 and L3. And they are in three different categories, either batsman or bowler or all rounder. In each line at least two and at most three players are sitting there. And at least two players are in each category but not more than three.
De Villiers and Dale Steyn are in different lines but not in lineL2, and both are in same categories. Pollard and David Miller are  in same line and in same categories, but not all rounders. JP Duminy and Imran Tahir are in different lines but not in line L1 andin different categories but not all rounder. Hashim Amla is in LineL2 and JP Duminy is not in same line as in Hashim Amla. Both players of  lineL2 are bowlers. Morne Morkel is all rounder and not in line L1. From three all rounder two are line in L3. Morne Morkel and Dale Steyn are  in same line and there are three batsmen.
1. Who are batsmen among these  players?
1) De Villiers, JP Duminy, MorneMorkel
2) David Miller, JP Duminy, De Villier
3) De Villiers, David Miller, Pollard
4) Pollard, David Miller, Dale Steyn
5) JP Duminy, Pollard, David Miller.
2.In which line David Miller and JP Duminy are sitting?
1) L2 and L3
2) L1 and L2
3)L1 and L3
4) both in L3
5) Can’t be determined
3.Which two are in same categories and in same line?
1) MorneMorkel and De Villiers
2) Pollard and JP Duminy
3) David Miller and De Villiers
4) Dale Steyn and MorneMorkel
5) Imran Tahir and JP Duminy
4.In which category and line Imran Tahir is there?
1) Bowler—L2
2) Bowler—L3
3) Batsman—L2
4) Batsman—L3
5) Cant’ be determined
5.In which categories 3 players are there?
1)Bowlers and all rounders
2)Batsman and all rounders
3)Bowlers and batsman
4)Can’t be determine

Q:B>Directions (Q.6-10): Study the information and answer the given questions:

K, B, C, G E, F and D are seven people live on seven different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lower most floor of the building is numbered 1, the one above that is numbered 2 and so on till the topmost floor is numbered 7. Each one of them earn different amount per month. i.e.  25000,30000,20000, 15000, 10000, 35000 and 40000. (But not necessarily in the same order.)

The one who earn Rs.20000 lives immediately above the one who earns Rs.40000. Only one person lives between B and E. B lives on one of the floors above E. Neither C nor K earns Rs.25000. E does not earn Rs. 10000. K lives on an odd numbered floor but not on the floor numbered three. The one who earns Rs.30000 lives immediately above K. Only two people live between K and the one who earns Rs.10000. The one who earns Rs.15000 lives on one of the odd numbered floors above D. Only three people live between C and the one who earns 15000. The one who earn Rs.10000 lives immediately above C. F earns 10000.

1. Which among the following is the salary of B?
A. Rs. 20000
B. Rs. 40000
C. Rs. 35000
D. Rs. 30000
E. None of these

2.  Which of the following combination is true as per the given arrangement?
A. K – 15000
B. C – 30000
C. B – 35000
D. F – 20000
E. None of these.

3.  Who among the following lives in floor no 3 ?
A. K
B. C
C. D
D. F
E. None of these.

4. Four among the following form a group in a certain way.Which of the following does not belong to Group ?
A. G – 15000
B. K– 40000
C. B – 20000
D. F – 40000
E. E – 10000

5.  Who among the following earns Rs. 35000 ?
A. K
B. C
C. D
D. F
E. None of these.

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B: Solution

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• b