# AMCAT Previous Papers with Solutions: Logical Reasoning – Geekmonkey

Ques: In a match, awards are given to each of 11 members of the team and a trophy to the team. In all winning team gets 2.75kg weight awards. If the weight of match winning trophy is 1.275kg, what the weight of each player giving weight of trophy ?
Op 1: 200
Op 2: 150
Op 3: 124
Op 4: 134
Correct Op: 4
Ques: A Certain sum of money an amounts to Rs 2500 in a span Of 5 years and further to Rs.3000 in a span of 7 years at simple interest The sum is
Op 1: Rs.1000
Op 2: Rs.1200
Op 3: Rs.1050
Op 4: Rs.1250
Correct Op: 4
Ques: Which of the following number is divisible by 6
Op 1: 2556
Op 2: 3451
Op 3: 9897
Op 4: 6531

Correct Op: 1

Ques: FIND THE VALUE OF X here?
(2/7)^-8*(7/2)^-2=(2/7)^X
Op 1: 3
Op 2: -3
Op 3: -6
Op 4: 2

Correct Op: 3
Ques: Aman  deposits Rs.5,000 in his bank account for 5 years to earn an interest of 12%.what amount will he get after 5 years?

Op 1: Rs.2000
Op 2: Rs.3000
Op 3: Rs.5300
Op 4: Rs.8000
Op 5: Rs.8300

Correct Op: 4

Ques: If 6^(x-3)=36^(x-5), then what is the value of X?
Op 1: -1
Op 2: 2
Op 3: 7
Op 4: No value will agree

Correct Op: 3

Ques: Ritu visited a mall where tokens are given while submitting the belongings at the entrance. Token are numbered from a, b, c, d …… z. Guard gives the token at random. What is the probability that token given to Ritu is a consonant?
Op 1: 5/21
Op 2: 21/26
Op 3: 5/26
Op 4: 26/21
Correct Op: 2
Ques: A large rubber cushion can be filled with air pump in 10 minutes, another pump can fill the same cushion in 12 minutes. If both the pumps operate together, how long will it take to fill the cushion?
Op 1: 6 5/11 minutes
Op 2: 5 6/11 minutes
Op 3: 4 5/11 minutes
Op 4: 5 5/11 minutes
Correct Op: 4
Ques: Ram is five year elder to his youngest sibling Shreya.Shreya is two years younger than her brother Ritesh. Ritesh is 13 years old and is Ram’s brother.how old will ram be in two year from now ?
Op 1: 16
Op 2: 17
Op 3: 20
Op 4: 15
Op 5: 18
Correct Op: 5
Ques: Mehak  was in a whimsical mood & to reach her home from her office she took the following steps ­4 steps towards North, 3 steps towards East, 8 steps towards South, 6 steps towards West, 7 steps towards North, 5 steps towards East, 6 steps towards south, 4 steps towards west and finally reached her home taking 3 steps towards north, the location of Mehaks home with respect to her office is
Op 1: 3 steps to the East
Op 2: 2 steps towards the East
Op 3: 5 steps towards the North
Op 4: 2 steps to the West
Correct Op: 4
Ques:If the sum of 4 times a number A and three times a number B is equal to the sum of number B and seven times the number A, then A: B?
Op 1: 2:3
Op 2: 3:2
Op 3: 4:3
Op 4: 3:4
Correct Op: 2:3
Ques: Sindu sold her car for Rs. 50,000 less than what she bought it for and lost 8 %. At what price should she have sold the car. If she wanted to gain as much as she lost in the first transaction ?
Op 1: Rs. 6,25,000
Op 2: Rs. 6,50,000
Op 3: Rs. 6,75,000
Op 4: Rs. 6,37,500
Correct Op: 6,75,000
Ques: 20 men can do a job in 10 days, working 8 hours a day, If women are 33.33% more efficient than men, how many woman will it take to finish the same job in 10 days. Working 6 hours a day ?
Op 1: 10
Op 2: 12
Op 3: 15
Op 4: 20
Correct Op: 20
Ques: 2185 is a multiple of
Op 1: 10
Op 2: 23
Op 3: 15
Op 4: 20
Correct Op: 23
Ques: The value of log3 9 – log5 625 + log7 343 is
Op 1: 1
Op 2: 2
Op 3: 3
Op 4: -1
Correct Op: 1
Ques: If LCM and HCF of two numbers are 234 and 13 respectively, Smaller factor of the product of two number is
Op 1: 4
Op 2: 3
Op 3: 2
Op 4: 1
Correct Op: 2
Ques: Suresh plants 7225 plants, so that there are as many rows as there are trees in a row, How many trees are there in a row ?
Op 1: 70
Op 2: 75
Op 3: 80
Op 4: 85
Correct Op: 85
Ques: In a poultry farm, 50 hens give 200 eggs in 2 days. In how may days will 20 hens give 400 eggs
Op 1: 10
Op 2: 15
Op 3: 20
Op 4: 25
Correct Op 10
Ques: The difference in the simple interest and compound interest on a principal of Rs.10,00,000 in 3 years at 4% p.a is
Op 1: 4864
Op 2: 4000
Op 3: 5000
Op 4: 4500
Correct Op: 4864
Ques: If Sunitha scores 65 out of hundred then how much does she score out of 75?
Op 1: 45
Op 2: 50
Op 3: 55
Op 4: 60
Correct Op: 50
Ques: Which one of the following numbers is exactly divisible by 11?
Op 1: 415624
Op 2: 452311
Op 3: 233361
Op 4: 453129
Correct Op: 415624
Ques: What is the smallest square number which is divisible by 2,4,5,6 and 9?
Op 1: 900
Op 2: 120
Op 3: 150
Op 4: 800
Correct Op: 900
Ques: The boss accepts only one employee leave request for a particular day. If five employees named Ronak, Mahesh, Shripal, MohanPriya and Shreyansh applied for leave on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, What is the probability that Ronak’s leave request will be approved?
Op 1: 2/5
Op 2: 1/5
Op 3: 1
Op 4: 3/5
Correct Op: 1/5
Ques: A sells a bicycle to B at a profit of 20%. B Sells it to C at a profit of 25%. IF C Pays Rs. 225 for it, the cost price of the bicycle for A is
Op 1: 120
Op 2: 130
Op 3: 115
Op 4: 150
Correct Op: 150
Ques: A bag contains 6 red balls and some green balls. If the probability of drawing a green ball is half that of a red ball then the number of green balls in the bag is
Op 1: 2
Op 2: 3
Op 3: 5
Op 4: 6
Correct Op: 3
Ques: If at 15% profit, the selling price of dozen pencil is 13.80, then what is the cost price of one pencil
Op 1: Rs. 1.15
Op 2: Re 1
Op 3: Re 0.80
Op 4: Rs 1.10
Correct Op: 2
Ques: The principal rs.A,borrowed at A% per annum simple interest,for A months will amount to:
Op 1: A(1+A^2/12)
Op 2: A(1+A^2/1200)
Op 3: (A+A^3)/1200
Op 4: A(1+A^2/1200)
Correct Op: 2
Ques: Jaya bought a car worth Rs 3,50,000 four years ago If the value of the car depreciates overtime at a fixed rate of 10% per annum, then what will be the present worth of the car?
Op 1: Rs 2, 29, 63S
Op 2: Rs 2. 50, 000
Op 3: Rs 2, 30. 000
Op 4: Rs 2, 55, 150
Correct Op: 4
Ques: In an examination ongoing quantitative aptitude and logical reasoning. 65% examinees cleared quantitative aptitude test while 70% cleared logical reasoning test If 50% examinees passed both the tests. then how many failed in both tests?
Op 1: 35%
Op 2: 15%
Op 3: 30%
Op 4: 20%
Correct Op: 2
Ques: The number of ways in which 8 different flowers can be strung to form a garland so that 4 particular flowers are never separated are?
Op 1: 960
Op 2: 2880
Op 3: 288
Op 4: 576
Correct Op: 2
Ques: If the LCM and HCF of two numbers are 78 and 13 respectively, the product of two numbers can be expressed as:
Op 1: 2x3x13x11
Op 2: 2x3x13x12
Op 3: 2x3x13x13
Op 4: 2x3x13x14
Correct Op: 3
Ques: In a class of 80 students. 4/5 of them own cars If 15/16 of them own Alto then how many own alto?
Op 1: 64
Op 2: 20
Op 3: 60
Op 4: Data Inconsistent
Correct Op: 3
Ques: Given that the interest is only earned on principal, if an investment of Rs 100000 amounts to Rs 144000 in two years. then what is the rate of interest earned?
Op 1: 20%
Op 2: 22%
Op 3: 21%
Op 4: 11%
Op 5: 44%
Correct Op: 2
Ques: A water filter takes 40 minutes to filter 20 litres of water Another filter of same specifications takes 30 minutes to filter the same amount of water If both the filters are used at the same time, then how long will it take them to filter 70 litres of water?
Correct Op: 60 min
Ques: Parulis one-fifth the age her mother was 15 years ago and Parurs brother is three-fifth the age his mother was 10 years ago If the sum of Parul and her brother’s ages is 31. then how old is Parurs mother?
Op 1: 50
Op 2: 40
Op 3: 35
Op 4: 60
Correct Op: 1
Ques: Abu company provides taxi for call center employees The company has 7 Taveras. 5 Qualis. 6 Innovas and few small cars lt Tavera makes one fourth of the total fieet how many small cars are there in the company?
Op 1: 12
Op 2: 7
Op 3: 6
Op 4: 10
Correct Op: 4
Ques: Namita has 4.2 kg of flour. She has been asked to make 5 cup cakes out of every 1/2 kg of flour How many cup cakes can she bake out of the flour she has?
Op 1: 21
Op 2: 24
Op 3: 30
Op 4: 42
Correct Op: 4
Ques: What are the number of ways of selecting 7 files out of 14 distinct files if one is always selected?
Op 1: 14C7
Op 2: 13C6
Op 3: 1
Op 4: 14P7
Op 5: 13P6
Correct Op: 1
Ques: Sangeeta invested Rs. 20.000 at 8% per annum. If the interest is compounded half yeady, then total interest earned by Sangeeta at the end of the year is:
Op 1: Rs 1,632
Op 2: Rs 1.600
Op 3: Rs 1.800
Op 4: Rs 1475
Correct Op: 1
Ques: Find n if (2^228/2n) = 512
Op 1 :219
Op 2: 218
Op 3: 237
Op 4: None of the above
Correct Op: 1
Ques: The average age of the state level cricket team of eleven is 22 years The average age gets increased by 1 year when the coach age is also included, What is the
age of the coach?
Op 1: 34
Op 2: 23
Op 3: 30
Op 4: 40
Correct Op: 1
Ques: When a local train travels at a speed of 60 kmph, it reaches the destination on time When the same train travels at speed of 50 kmph. it reaches its destination 15 minutes late What is the length of journey?
Op 1: 75km
Op 2: 50km
Op 3: 60km
Op 4: 85km
Correct Op: 1
Ques: The simple interest on a sum of a money will be 3/4 of the principal after certain number of years. If the interest is Rs 360 at the end of the second year. What will be the rate of interest per annum
Op 1: 5%
Op 2: 8%
Op 3: 6%
Op 4: Data inadequateCorrect Op: 3

Ques: If “apples are red” coded as 541, “my eye swollen” coded as 927, “fear of dark” coded as 368 what l b code for apples of my eye????
Op 1: 5692
Op 2: 5690
Op 3: 5962
Op 4: 5672

Correct Op: 5692

Ques: From the given choice select the odd one out
Op 2:QTX
Op 3:HKR
Op 4: STE

Correct Op: 4

qtx — 17,20,24 {17+20+24= 61}
hkr — 8,11,18 {8+11+18=37}
ste — 19,20,5 {19+20+5 = 44}

except “ste” ,other words produce odd results

So ans : ste

Ques: Suneeta moves a distance of 9 meters towards east. She then moves towards South and travels a distance of 4 meters. from here she moves a distance of 6 meters towards west. How far is the starting point from her final position?
Op 1: 3 meters
Op 2: 4 meters
Op 3: 5 meters
Op 4: 7 meters

Correct Op: 3 ( not 3 meters but option 3)

Ques: ODXM : SFYN :: UIOZ : ?
Op 1: PAQM
Op 2: LPWA
Op 3: QNLA
Op 4: WKPA

Correct Op: 4

Ques: From the given choices select the odd one out
Op 1: bb c MN
Op 2: dd e OP
Op 3: gg f QP
Op 4: mm n WX

Correct Op: 3

Ques: From the given choices select the odd one out.
Op 1: ABIJ
Op 2: DEHI
Op 3: MNQR
Op 4: STWX

Correct Op: 1

Ques: From the given choices select the odd one out.
Op 1: AFB
Op 1: MRN
Op 2: KPL
Op 4: RXS

Correct Op: 3

Ques: If CHAIR is coded as HCARI, then SHAME is coded as
Op 1: IDBSJ
Op 2: IDASJ
Op 3: HSBEM
Op 4: HSAEM

Correct Op: 4

Ques:From the given choices select the odd one out
Op 1: DEB
Op 2: FGD
Op 3: PQN
Op 4: TUS

Correct Op: 4

Ques: DEF : EDF :: GHI : ?
Op 1: HGI
Op 2: HIG
Op 3: IHG
Op 4: IGH

Correct Op: 1

Ques: From the given choices select the odd one out.
Op 1: CEH
Op 2: PRV
Op 3: TVY
Op 4: MOR
Correct Op: 2

Ques: From the given choices select the odd one out.
Op 1: PRQ
Op 2: ACB
Op 3: TUV
Op 4: QSR

Correct Op: 3

Ques: From the given choices select the odd one out.
Op 1: AFB
Op 2: MRN
Op 3: KPL
Op 4: RXS

Correct Op: 3

Ques: From the given choices select the odd one out
Op 2: FEH
Op 3: POS
Op 4: TSV
Correct Op: 3

Ques: From the given choices select the odd one out
Op 1: C5H
Op 2: E6L
Op 3: M4Q
Op 4: T3W

Correct Op: 2

Ques: INVITE : JOWJUF :: ATTEND :
Op 1: BUUFOE
Op 2: BUUGOF
Op 3: CUUFOE
Op 4: CUUGQF

Correct Op: 1

Ques: CEGI : JLNP : QSUW : _____
Op 1: WCMS
Op 2: SXBD
Op 3: XZBD
Op 4: UZDH
Correct Op: 3

Ques: PROGRAM : QTRKWGT :: APPLIANCE : ———
Op 1: BRSPNGUKO
Op 1: BRSQNGUKN
Op 1: BRSQNGUKO
Op 1: BRSPNGUKN

Correct Op: 4

Ques: In a certain code, JOHN is written as LSNV. How is MARK written in that code?
Op 1: OEYS
Op 2: OEXS
Op 3: OEXT
Op 4: OEYT
Correct Op: 2

Ques:In a certain code, SPECIFY is written as 1916539625. How is ABOUT written in that code?
Op 1: 13162120
Op 2: 12162120
Op 3: 12152019
Op 4: 12152120
Correct Op: 4

Ques:In a certain code, JOHN is written as LSNV. How is MARK written in that code?
Op 1: OEYS
Op 2: OEXS
Op 3: OEXT
Op 4: OEYT
Correct Op: 2

Ques: Arrange Below given
1.Centigram
2. Megagram
3.Microgram
4.Milligram
5.Kilogram

Op 1: 4,3,2,1,5
Op 2: 3,4,1,5,2
Op 3: 4,2,3,1,5
Op 4: 3,2,1,4,5

Correct Op: 2

Ques: Arrange Below given
1. Infant
2.Foetus
3.Zygote
5.Teenager

Op 1: 2,3,1,5,4
Op 2: 3,2,1,5,4
Op 3: 4,5,1,3,2
Op 4: 2,1,5,4,3
Correct Op: 2

Ques:Arrange Below given:
1.Lion
2.Dog
3.Duck
4. Insect
5.Deer

Op 1: 4,2,3,5,1
Op 2: 4,2,3,1,5
Op 3: 4,3,2,5,1
Op 4: 4,3,2,1,5

Correct Op: 3

Ques:Arrange Below given:
1.Tajmahal
2. India
3.Asia
4.Agra

Op 1: 1,5,4,2,3
Op 2: 1,4,2,5,3
Op 3: 3,2,4,5,1
Op 4: 3,2,5,4,1
Correct Op: 4

Ques: 9, 3, 18, 6, 36, 12
Op 1: 24
Op 2: 48
Op 3: 60
Op 4: 72
Correct Op: 4

Ques: A baby crawls 12 feet towards east and then 4 feet towards south. He then crawls 9 feet towards west. How far is he from his initial position?
Op 1: 2 feet
Op 2: 9 feet
Op 3: 5 feet
Op 4: 16 feet

Correct Op: 3

Ques: A lady runs 18 kms towards east and then 24 kms towards north. How far is she from her starting point and in which direction?
Op 1: 42 kms north-east
Op 2: 42 kms east
Op 3: 6 kms east
Op 4: 30 kms north-east

Correct Op: 4

Ques: A man has strayed from his path while on his way to the park. He moves 100km towards south, then another 40km towards west. He then travels 70km towards north and reaches the park. What is the distance of the shortest possible route?
Op 1: 50km
Op 2: 40km
Op 3: 60km
Op 4: 30km

Correct Op: 1

Ques: A baby crawls 8 feet towards west and then 8 feet towards north. It then moves 14 feet towards east. How far and in which direction is the baby from the starting point ?
Op 1: 8 feet towards east
Op 2: 10 feet towards north-east
Op 3: 6 feet towards east
Op 4: 10 feet towards south-east
Correct Op: 2

Ques: A child has strayed from his path while coming home from the school. He first goes 3 kms towards south from his school and then moves 5 kms towards east. He again moves 3 kms towards north and then goes 2 kms towards west. How far is his school situated from home?
Op 1: 3 kms
Op 2: 1 km
Op 3: 2 kms
Op 4: 8 kms

Correct Op: 1

Ques: Five cars are parked in a row facing Eastward. E is parked to the left of A, B and C. B, C and A are parked to the left of D. C is parked between A and B. If B is parked fourth from the left, how far is A parked from the right?
Op 1: Fourth
Op 2: Third
Op 3: Second
Op 4: First

Correct Op: 1

Ques: B has a sister A. B is the daughter of C. C’s father is P. How is A related to P?
Op 1: Aunt
Op 2: Granddaughter
Op 3: Niece
Op 4: Sister

Correct Op: 2

Ques: X is the wife of Y and Y is the brother of Z. Z is the son of P. How is P related to X?
Op 1: Sister
Op 2: Aunt
Op 3: Father-in-law
Op 4: Brother-in-law

Correct Op: 3

Ques: B is the only child of A. M and N are the children of B. D is the grandmother of N. How is A related to D?
Op 1: Grandmother
Op 2: Husband
Op 3: Mother
Op 4: Son

Correct Op: 2

Ques: Introducing a woman, a man said, “She is the only daughter-in-law of my mother.” How is the woman related to the man?
Op 1: Cousin
Op 2: Sister
Op 3: Daughter
Op 4: Wife

Correct Op: 4

Ques: P is the daughter of Q. R is the brother of P. S is the father of R. How is Q related to S?
Op 1: Wife
Op 2: Daughter
Op 3: Father
Op 4: Uncle

Correct Op: 1

Ques: P is the father of R but R is not his son. M is the spouse of R. How is M related to P?
Op 1: Son-in-law
Op 2: Wife
Op 3: Daughter-in-law
Op 4: Uncle

Correct Op: 1

Ques: D and E have three children A, B and C. F is A’s spouse. D is the grandfather of G. B is the mother of H. F is G’s father. Who is the male child of D and E?
Op 1: A
Op 2: B
Op 3: C
Op 4: G

Correct Op: 3

Ques: A man goes to the park and sees a girl who he recognized to be his relative. The girl was the daughter of his sister’s husband’s wife. How isthe girl related to the man?
Op 1: Niece
Op 2: Sister-in-law
Op 3: Sister
Op 4: Aunt

Correct Op: 1

Ques: Seeta who is the sister-in-law of Arvind, is the daughter-in-law of Sumedha. Deepak is the father of Saarthak, who is the only brother of Arvind. How is Sumedha related to Arvind?
Op 1: Mother-in-law
Op 2: Mother
Op 3: Aunt
Op 4: Grandmother

Correct Op: 2

Ques: Social scientists have found that people who marry young are seldom prepared for marital roles. Also the men and women who marry as young adults live longer than those who never marry. According to a study, young adults who are about to get married have fewer unhealthy habits, like smoking and uncontrolled drinking of alcohol, as compared with the other people of the same age.
Op 1: The institution of marriage forces young men and women to quit smoking and drinking.
Op 2: Those who marry at an older age live a shorter life than those who get married at a younger age.
Op 3: People who marry at an older age are well prepared to take up marital roles.
Op 4: Young adults who are not about to marry are more likely to have unhealthy habits than those who are about to marry.

Correct Op: 1

Ques: Efficiency is all right in its place, in the shop, the factory, the store. The trouble with efficiency is that it wants to rule our play as well as our work; it won’t be content to reign in the shop, it follows us home
Op 1: Efficiency can become all pervading
Op 2: Efficiency does not always pay
Op 3: Efficiency can be more of a torture than blessing
Op 4: None of these

Correct Op: 1

Ques:Email overload has of-late become a great cause of concern in all organizations. We have reached a stage where our email habits control us. We are obsessed with checking our mails every now and then. We feel bored of working and we glance into our mailbox hoping to have received some “scintillating” mail. Obviously, it also gives us an illusionary impression that we are working. Not missing any mail and replying to each one of them has become a custom. Our addiction to this leads to our ignorance of deadlines, meetings, personal chit chat with fellow employees. It’s a shame that we have inculcated a habit of reading mails but not of taking timely actions on the mails.
Op 1: Employees find reading mails to be more interesting than working.
Op 2: Replying to each and every mail is not a good habit.
Op 4: All mails are sent on the premise that timely action be taken on them

Coorect Op: 4

Ques: Deepa Mehta’s Fire was under fire from the country’s self-appointed moral police. Their contention was that the film was a violation of the Indian cultural mores and couldn’t be allowed to influence the Indian psyche. According to them, such films ruin the moral fabric of the nation, which must be protected and defended against such intrusions at all cost, even at the cost of cultural dictatorship.
Op 1: The assumption underlying the moral police’s critique of Fire was that the Indian audience is vulnerable to all types of influence
Op 2: The assumption underlying the moral police’s critique of Fire was that the Indian audience is impressionable and must be protected against ‘immoral’ influence
Op 3: The moral police thinks it has the sole authority to pass judgment on films screened in India
Op 4: None of these

Correct Op: 2

Ques: From Chennai to Himachal Pradesh, the new culture vultures are tearing down acres of India’s architectural treasures. Ancestral owners are often fobbed off with a few hundred rupees for an exquisitely carved door or window, which fetches fifty times that much from foreign dealers, and yet more from the drawing shop sophisticates of the Western Countries. The reason for such shameless rape of the Indian architectural wealth can perhaps, not wrongly, be attributed to the unfortunate blend of activist disunity and the local indifference
Op 1: India provides a rich market for unscrupulous antique dealers
Op 2: Most Indian families have heirlooms which can be sold at high prices to Europeans and Americans
Op 3: Only Indians are not proud of their cultural heritage and are hungry for foreign currency that is easily available in return of artifacts
Op 4: The environment created by the activist disunity and local indifference is the reason
for antique dealers to strive in India

Correct Op: 4

Ques: The world production of sugar has been reported to be very scarce as compared to the global sales for four years. The demand for sugar is extremely high but the supply has been low for quite some time now. This could be because of the awful weather and also because some chief sugar growers have switched to high-priced jute. The price of sugar has soared in response to the phenomena of the demand supply disparity. The price of sugar now equals that of jute.

Op 1: Sugar production is profitable only when the price of sugar is as high as that that of jute
Op 2: The sugar growers who had shifted to the higher priced jute, will now move back to producing sugar
Op 3: Demand for jute was higher than the demand for sugar, which made sugar growers shift their production ANS:(C)
Op 4: If there continues to be a shortfall in the production of sugar, the price of sugar may even exceed that of jute

Correct Op: 3

Ques: The company encourages its managers to interact regularly, without preset agenda, to discuss issues concerning the company and the society. This idea has been borrowed from the ancient Indian concept of religious congregation, called satsang. Designations are forgotten during these meetings; hence, it is not uncommon in these meetings to find a management trainee questioning the Managing Director on some corporate policy or his knowledge of customers
Op 1: The company is concerned about its reputation with its employees
Op 2: The company believes in fostering the spirit of dialogue without degenerating it into a positioning based debate
Op 3: The company had some inter-personnel problems in the past due to which it felt the need for these corporate satsangs
Op 4: All of the above

Correct Op: 4

Ques: Skeptics argue that flying saucers and UFOs that are believed to be guided by extraterrestrial beings or aliens are creations of human imagination.
They have demonstrated that a number of photographs that apparently show flying saucers are either phony or are misinterpreted images of earthly or natural objects such as aeroplanes or meteors. However, there are scientists who have also contributed plenty of evidence and asserted that aliens do exist.
Op 1: Lack of credibility of photographic evidence should be taken as proof of non existence of aliens
Op 2: While the existence of flying saucers and UFOs has been denied, the possibility of alien beings is still a reality
Op 3: UFOs and flying saucers, if a reality, are of the same shape and size as aeroplanes
Op 4: The fact that a number of photographs of flying saucers are fake cannot disprove the
existence of aliens and UFOs

Correct Op: 4

Ques: With new seasons of reality shows being telecast every month, the viewership of these shows has increased. Viewership and participation in reality TV shows is mostly induced by two common motivators: fame and money. The shows transform common people who are otherwise obscure figures to household names. A few successfully maneuver their small stint with fame to become celebrities. Winners of Reality TV shows reap huge financial
rewards for acts including eating large insects, marrying someone they barely know, and revealing their innermost thoughts to millions of people.
Op 1: Reality shows owe their popularity to the fact that all their participants become rich and famous
Op 2: There are more reality shows on TV than regular shows as viewership of reality shows is higher
Op 3: The participation money in reality shows is linked to the bizarreness of the acts on the show
Op 4: Reality TV is one of the best things that has happened to television networks in a long time
Op 5: The main attraction behind viewership of reality shows is to see unknown people become rich and famous

Correct op: 5

Ques: Problem question: How many sisters does Mamta have? Statements:

I) Mamta does not have any brother
II) Mamta’s mother has four daughters
Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question

Correct Op: 2

Ques: Problem question: Who is the nephew of X? Statements:
I) Y is the sister of
II) Z is the son of Y
Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question

Correct Op: 3

Ques: Problem question: Among the four students of class V – Radha, Meera, Kamala and Geetanjali, who is the tallest?
Statements:

I) Meera is shorter than Radha, but taller than Geetanjali
II) Kamala is taller than Meera
Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question

Correct Op: 3

Ques: Problem question: How much time would a machine take to put caps on 300 bottles? Statements:
I) It takes 8 hours to put caps on 300 bottles manually.
II) It takes 2 minutes lesser to put cap on a bottle using machine than putting it manually.

Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 3: Either of the statements taken individually is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 4: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 5: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question

Correct Op: 1

Ques: Problem question: What is the area of the top of the table?

Statements:

I) The top of the table is rectangular in shape
II) The length of the top of the table is 35 cm
Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question

Correct Op: 4

Ques: Problem question: How many sisters does Mamta have?

Statements:

I) Mamta does not have any brother
II) Mamta’s mother has four daughters

Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question

Correct Op: 2

Ques:Problem question: What is the monthly salary of Raghu?
Statements:

I) The salaries of Raghu and his brother are in the ratio 5:6 respectively
II) The salary of Raghu’s brother is Rs 32,000 per month

Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question

Correct Op: 3

Ques: Problem Question: There are four friends Akash, Manoj, Nitesh and Piyush.They are standing in increasing order of their heights facing towards North.At what position is Manoj standing?
Statements:

I. Akash is taller than Piyush and Piyush is taller than Manoj. Manoj is not the shortest.
II. Nitesh is smaller than Manoj and Piyush.Nitesh is the shortest and Piyush is the tallest.

Op 1: I alone is sufficient while II alone is not sufficient
Op 2: II alone is sufficient while I alone is not sufficient
Op 3: Either I or II is sufficient
Op 4: Neither I nor II is sufficient
Op 5: Both I and II together are sufficient

Correct Op: 4

Ques: Problem question: How is John related to Mary? Statements:
(I) Paula, the wife of John’s only brother Tom, does not have any siblings
(II) Mary is the daughter of Paula’s brother-in-law

Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question

Correct Op: 4

Ques: Problem question: The salaries of A and B are in the ratio 2:3 What is the salary of A? Statements:
I) The salary of B is Rs 8000
II) The total salary of A and B is Rs 15000

Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question

Correct Op: 5

Ques: Excessive amounts of mercury in drinking water, associated with certain types of industrial pollution have been shown to cause Hobson’s disease. Island L has an economy based entirely on subsistence level agriculture; modern industry of any kind is unknown. The inhabitants of Island L have unusually high incidence of Hobson’s disease.
Op 1: Mercury in drinking water is actually perfectly safe
Op 2: Mercury in drinking water must have sources other than industrial pollution
Op 3: Hobson’s disease must have causes other than mercury in drinking water
Op 4: Both options (1) and (2)
Op 5: Both options (3) and (2)

Correct Op: 5