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Friday, January 29, 2016

Reasoning ( Analogy )

Reasoning ( Analogy )


Q-1         Mosque : Muslim :: Gurudwara : ?
                (a) Hindu                (b) Sikhs                           
                (c) Christian            (d) Parsi

ANS. (b) Sikhs
Explanation :- Mosque is the worship place of Muslim and Gurudwara is the worship place for Sikhs.

 Q-2        Shimla : Himachal :: Amravati  : ?
                (a) Telangana          (b)AP 
                (c) Kerala               (d) Tamilnadu

Ans. (b) AP
Explanation :- Shimla Is the capital of HP , similarly Amravati is capital of AP .

Q-3         Khushwant Singh : Punjab  :: Shanta Kumar  : ?
                (a) Himachal          (b) Haryana      
                (c)Bihar                 (d) UP

ANS. (a)
Explanation :- Khushwant Singh is famous writer of Punjab and Shanta Kumar is famous writer of Himachal 

 Q-4        Fabric  : Yarn  :: Linen :  ?
                (a) Latex              (b) Fiber      
                (c) Flex                (d) Silk

 ANS. (c)
Explanation :- Fabric is made of yarn and Linen is made of Flex .

Q-5         Jayalalita  : TamilNadu  :: Harish Rawat  : ?
                (a) UP                 (b) Haryana     
                (c) Uttrakhand     (d) None

ANS. (c)
Explanation :-Jayalalita is CM of Tamilnadu and Harish Rawat is CM of Uttrakhand 

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Sunday, January 24, 2016

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Saturday, January 23, 2016

Logical Reasoning

Reasoning (Logical)

In the following questions are given two statements and two conclusions no. 1 and 2. You have to decide which of the given conclusion logically follows from the two given statements.

Your answers:
(a) If only conclusion 1 follows.
(b) If only conclusion 2 follows.
(c) If either 1 or 2 follows.
(d) If neither 1 nor 2 follows.

Q-1 Statements: All pens are copies.
Some copies are magazines.
Conclusions: (1) All magazines are pens.

(2) Some pens are magazines.
Q-2 Statements: All girls are honest.
Sudha is honest.
Conclusions: (1) Sudha is a girl.
(2) All honest ladies are girls.

Q-3 Statements: All cups are hats.
No hat a bottle.
Conclusions: (1) No cup is a bottle.
(2) No bottle is a cup.

Q-4 Statements: All spoons are chairs.
Some books are spoons.
Conclusions: (1) Some spoons are books.
(2) Some books are spoons.

Q-5 Statements: Some mangoes are grapes.
All trees are branches.
Conclusions: (1) No branch is mango.
(2) All trees are mangoes.

Q-6 Statements: Some chairs are table.
Some tables are bottles.
Conclusions: (1) Some chairs are bottles.
(2) Some bottles are chairs.

Q-7 Statements: All workers in my office are honest.
Sahil is not honest.
Conclusions: (1) Sahil is not worker of my office.
(2) Sahil must speak truth.

Q-8 Statements: Some computers are men.
Some men are singers.
Conclusions: (1) Some computers are singer.
(2) Some singers are computers.

Q-9 Statements: Some teachers are parents.
All parents are students.
Conclusions: (1) Some teachers are students.
(2) All students are parents.

Q-10 Statements: Some girls are doctors.
No doctor is a boy.
Conclusions: (1) Some doctors are not boys.
(2) Some boys are doctors.

Q-11 Statements: All boxes are keys.
Some keys are locks.
Conclusions: (1) Some keys are boxes.
(2) Some locks are boxes.

Q-12 Statements: Some rooms are windows.
All bricks are rooms.
Conclusions: (1) Some bricks are windows.
(2) Some windows are bricks.

Q-13 Statements: All sparrows are branches.
Some branches are parrots.
Conclusions: (1) Some sparrows are parrots.
(2) Some parrots are branches.

Q-14 Statements: Some dogs are peacocks.
All cows are peacocks.
Conclusions: (1) Some cows are dogs.
(2) Some peacocks are dogs.

Q-15 Statements: All cats are animals.
Dog is animal.
Conclusions: (1) Dog is a cat.
(2) All animals are cats.

Q-16 Statements: All trains are aero plane.
Some Aero plane is ships.
Conclusions: (1) All ships are trains.
(2) Some trains are ships.

Q-17 Statements: All traders are shopkeepers.
Some shopkeepers are owner.
Conclusions: (1) Some shopkeepers are traders.
(2) Some owners are traders.

Q-18 Statements: All pens are pencils.
All pencils are pursers.
Conclusions: (1) All pens are pencils.
(2) All pencils are pens.

Q-19 Statements: Some spoons are cups.
All cups are jugs.
Conclusions: (1) No jug is spoon.
(2) All cups are spoons.

Q-20 Statements: Some people are rich.
Some rich persons are honest.
Conclusions: (1) Some people are honest.
(2) Some rich persons are not honest.

Q-21 Statements: All beautiful ladies are modern.
No modern women are uneducated.
Conclusions: (1) No ladies are uneducated.
(2) No beautiful women are uneducated.

Q-22 Statements: Ram is a good teacher.
Teachers are intelligent.
Conclusions: (1) All intelligent persons are teachers.
(2) Ram is intelligent.

Q-23 Statements: All bags are suitcases.
Some locks are suitcases.
Conclusions: (1) Some bags are locks.
(2) Some locks are bags.

Q-24 Statements: Some dogs are cats.
All cats are sparrows.
Conclusions: (1) Some sparrows are dogs.
(2) Some dogs are sparrows.

Q-25 Statements: No girl is a Queen.
Radha is a girl.
Conclusions: (1) Radha is not a queen.
(2) All girls are not Radha.

Answers With Reasons:


1(d) First premise being an ‘A’ type proposition, distributes subject only middle term ‘copies’ forming the predicate is not distributed.
2 premise being an ‘I’ type proposition distributes neither the subject nor the predicate. The middle term is not distributed at least once in the premises.

2(d) Both premises are ‘A’ type proposition middle term ‘honest’ forming the predicate ion each is not distributed. So the middle term is not distributed at least once no conclusion follows.

3(a) 2 premise is Negative then the conclusion must be negative. Only conclusion 1 follows.

4(d) 1 premise is an ‘A’ type proposition. The middle term ‘chairs’ making the predicate is not distributed.
2nd premise is an ‘I’ type proposition. So the middle term is not distributed.

5(d) the first premise is particular, and then the conclusion must be particular. Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 follows.

6(d) both the premises are particular, no conclusion follows.

7(a) one premise is negative, and then the conclusion must be negative.

8(d) both premises are particular, no conclusion follows.

9(a) First premise is particular, the conclusion must be particular. Only conclusion 1 follows.

10(d) one premise is negative, conclusion must be negative.

11(d) The middle term ‘keys’ forming the predicate is not distributed in the first premise because ‘A’ type propositions distribute only the subject. It is not distributed in the second premise which forms the ‘I’ type proposition.

12(d) First premise an ‘I’ type proposition, then the middle term ‘rooms’ forming the subject is not distributed.
Second premise is an ‘A’ type proposition the middle term ‘rooms forming the predicate are not distributed.

13(a) one premise is particular, the conclusion must be particular. Conclusions 2’ can not follows it contains the middle term.

14(b) First premise is particular. The conclusion must be particular. The 2 conclusion cannot follow as it contains the middle term. Only conclusion 1 follows.

15(a) one premise is particular, the conclusion must be particular. 2 conclusions cannot follow as it contains the middle term. Only conclusion 1 follows.

16(d) first premise an ‘A’ type preposition. Middle term ‘aero plane’ forming the predicate is not distributed. Second premise, being an ‘I’ type proposition distributes neither the subject nor the predicate.

17(d) The middle term ‘shopkeepers’ forming the predicate is not distributed in the first premise because ‘A’ type prepositions distribute only the subject.

18(a) both the premises are affirmative, then the conclusion must be affirmative and only conclusion 1 follows.

19(d) the first premise is particular, the conclusion must be particular. Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 follows.

20(d) both the premises are particular, no conclusion follows.

21(d) No conclusion follows there is no middle term.

22(b) ‘II’ conclusion cannot follow as it contains the middle term only conclusion 1 follows.

23(d) the first premise is an ‘A’ type proposition. The middle term ‘suitcase’ forming the predicate is not distributed.
Second premise is an ‘I’ type proposition. The middle term forming the predicate is not distributed.

24(b) First premise is a particular the conclusion must be particular 1 conclusion cannot follow as it contains the middle term.

25(a) First premise is negative, the conclusion must be negative, and the conclusion 1 follows.
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Reasoning

Reasoning


Q-1 What is the Synonym of House?
(a) Home
(b) Treat
(c) Burn
(d) Colt
Q-2 As Odometer is used to measure speed. Similarly Ammeter is used to measure----------
(a) Wind velocity
(b) Heat
(c) Current
(d) None
Q-3 As Joule is unit of energy. In the same way solid angle is the unit of --------.
(a) Radians
(b) Steradian
(c) Mho
(d) None
Q-4 As Newton is unit of force. In the same way seconds is the unit of---------
(a) Time
(b) Velocity
(c) Acc.
(d) None
Q-5 As Vernier Calliper is used to measure diameter of a wire, In the same way Balance is used to measure----------.
(a) Weight
(b) Acc.
(c) Velocity
(d) None
Q-6 As Gold is used to manufacture ‘Jewellery’. In the same way Leather is used to manufacture-----------
(a) Shoe
(b) Meter rod
(c) Pressure cooker
(d) None
Q-7 As Grapes are used to prepare ‘wine’, In the same way Paper is used to Prepare-----------
(a) Book
(b) Cycle
(c) Card board
(d) None
Q-8 As Chennai is Capital of T.N., In the same way Hyderabad is capital of which state?
(a) A.P.
(b) H.P.
(c) U.P.
(d) None
Q-9 As worships place of Hindus is ‘Temple’. Similarly worships place of Muslims is------------
(a) Harminder Sahib
(b) Gurudwara
(c) Mosque
(d) None
Q-10 As frying pan is used by Chef. Similarly gun is used by---------
(a) Soldier
(b) Teacher
(c) Pointer
(d) None
Q-11 As Jama Masjid is in Delhi. Similarly Golden Temple is in-------
(a) Dubai
(b) Delhi
(c) Amritsar
(d) None
Q-12 As ‘Gathak’ is linked with Sunny Doel. Similarly ‘Tare Jamin par’ is related to----
-----
(a) Salman Khan
(b) Amir Khan
(c) SRK
(d) None
Q-13 As SRK related to Kolkata Team, Similarly Prity Zinta is related to-------.
(a) Delhi Team
(b) Mohali Team
(c) Jaipur Team
(d) None
Q-14 As Delhi linked with India. In the same way Colombo is related with---------.
(a) China
(b) Beijing
(c) Sri Lanka
(d) None
Q-15 As Moon linked with Earth, Similarly Venus linked with------.
(a) Sun
(b) Uranus
(c) Nepture
(d) None
Q-16 As Sword is used by solider in the same way Pen is used by-----.
(a)Author
(b) Plumber
(c) Painter
(d) None
Q-17 As Bitch is Female of Dog, In the same way Mare is female of--------.
(a) Horse
(b) Elephant
(c) Donkey
(d) None
Q-18 As Lhasa is linked with Tibet. In the same way Kathmandu is linked to-------.
(a) India
(b) Nepal
(c) China
(d) None
Q-19 As L.K. Advani linked with India. In the same way A.A. Jardari linked with-----.
(a) India
(b) Pakistan
(c) USA
(d) None
Q-20 As DDLJ stands for Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. In the same way KANK stands for--------.
(a) Kabhi Ana Nahi Kahin
(b) Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna
(c) a & b
(d) None

From 21 to 25 choose different one

Q-21 (a) 1
(b) 3
(c) 7
(d) 11

Q-22 (a) 8
(b) 27
(c) 64
(d) 65

Q-23 (a) Hoshiarpur
(b) Shimla
(c) Chandigarh
(d) Jaipur

Q-24 (a) 48
(b) 56
(c) 32
(d) 57

Q-25 (a) 7254
(b) 4774
(c) 4758
(d) 4651

Answers With Reasons:


1. a Home
2. c Current
3. b Steradian
4. a Time
5. a Weight
6. a Shoe
7. a Book
8. a A.P.
9. c Mosque
10. a Soldier
11. c Amritsar
12. b Amir khan
13. b Mohali Team
14. c Sri Lanka
15. a Sun
16. a Author
17. a Horse
18. b Nepal
19. b Pakistan
20. b Kabhi Alvida na Kehna
21. a 1
22. d 65
23. a Hoshiarpur
24. d 57
25. d 4651

Reasoning Verbal (Analogy)


Find out the correct option of the following four options.

Q-1 Jockey : Horse :: ? : Car
(a) Tyre
(b) Chauffeur
(c) Driver
(d) Engine
Q-2 Potato : Stern :: Radish : ?
(a) Flower
(b) Seed
(c) Root
(d) Leaf
Q-3 Computer : E-Mail :: Mobile : ?
(a) SMS
(b) Ring
(c) Fax
(d) Call
Q-4 Herd : Sheep :: ? : Fish
(a) Shoal
(b) Gale
(c) Basket
(d) Aquarium
Q-5 Line : Square :: Are : ?
(a) Line
(b) Semi-Circle
(c) Circle
(d) Traingle
Q-6 Darwin : Evolution :: Mandel : ?
(a) Genetics
(b) Heredity
(c) Hybridity
(d) Pathology
Q-7 Fuel : Engine :: ? : Stomach
(a) Water
(b) Food
(c) Energy
(d) Sugar
Q-8 Mitosis : Daughter cells :: Meiosis : ?
(a) Gamete
(b) Zygote
(c) Gene
(d) Cytoplasm
Q-9 Snare : Animal :: ? : Fish
(a) Hook
(b) Rod
(c) Trawler
(d) String
Q-10 Racecourse : Horse
(a) Velodrome : Cycle
(b) Archery : Arrow
(c) Rink: Glove
(d) None
Q-11 Abacus : Calculator
(a) Boat : Submarine
(b) Processor : Computer
(c) Car : Bus
(d) Robot: Android
Q-12 Surgeon : Scalpel
(a) Sculptor : Chisel
(b) Fisherman : Harpoon
(c) Painter : Canvas
(d) Carpenter : Box
Q-13 Seal : Blubber
(a) Yak : Fur
(b) Tiger : Canines
(c) Cat : Paw
(d) Stag : Horns
Q-14 Heat : Dissipate
(a) Power : Use
(b) Energy : Exhaust
(c) wind : Blow
(d) Waves : Rock
Q-15 Opaque : Transparent
(a) Same : Similar
(b) Clear : Obvious
(c) Despondent : Sad
(d) Oriental : Occidental
Q-16 Sheaf is related to Corn as .....?...... is related to Books.
(a) Pile
(b) Shop
(c) Library
(d) Anthology
Q-17 Illness is related to Body in the same way as ……? ……. is related to Mind.
(a) Passion
(b) Sickness
(c) Feeling
(d) Deficiency
Q-18 Juice is related to Orange as ………? ………. is related to Mango
(a) Pulp
(b) Calorie
(c) Shake
(d) Sweetness
Q-19 Cunning is related to Fox as ……..? ……. is related to Monkey
(a) Wise
(b) Clever
(c) Dangerous
(d) Tricky
Q-20 Lamellae is related to Gill what ……?....... is to Lung
(a) Alveoli
(b) Trachea
(c) Laveoli
(d) Food Pipe
Q-21 Mine is to Men what Library is to …….? ……
(a) Diffuse
(b) Discount
(c) Unlock
(d) Destroy
Q-22 Eskimo is to Hunt what Nomad is to …….?.....
(a) Gather
(b) Grow
(c) Move
(d) Trade
Q-23 Orchestra : Conductor :: Team : ?
(a) Senior Member
(b) Coach
(c) Caption
(d) Manager
Q-24 Morals : Ethical :: Principles : ?
(a) Scrupulous
(b) Honest
(c) Wise
(d) True
Q-25 Celestial : Terrestrial :: ? : Humans
(a) UFO’s
(b) Robots
(c) Angels
(d) Gadgets

Answers with Reasons:
1 (b) The first is a professional driver of the second
2 (c ) Potato is an eatable stem, radish is an eatable toot
3 (a) The second is a communication made through the first
4 (a) A collection of sheep is called a herd: that of fish a shoal
5 (c) The second is a closed figure made by the first
6 (b) The first propounded the theory on the second which is a topic
7 (b) The second needs the first to produce energy
8 (a) Mitosis leads to creation of daughter cells while Meiosis leads to creation of gamete
9 (a) Snare is used to capture animals, hook is used to catch fish
10 (a) Cycle piles in a velodrom as a hose runs in a racecourse
11 (b) Abacus is a raw form of calculator as Processor is a raw form of Computer
12 (a) The second is the instrumental used by the first
13 (a) The second protects the first from freezing cold
14 (b) Just as a heat degree of anger is exhausted
15 (d) The words are antonymous with each other
16 (a) The first is a collection to the second
17 (b) Body is ill just as mind is sick
18 (a) The first is obtained from the second
19 (d) A monkey is tricky just as fox is cunning
20 (a) The second contains the first
21 (a) Bomb is diffused just as mine is cleared
22 (a) Nomads gather their food from the wild just as Eskimos get it by hunting animals
23 (c) The second leads the first
24 (a) The first is necessary to be the second
25 (c) The words in each pair are antonyms

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