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## Friday, April 07, 2017

Hello and welcome to exampundit. Here is a set of Reasoning Quiz based on Input Output, Inequalities and Puzzle.

Questions {1-5}: Study the following information to answer the questions given below.
A \$ Q means A is neither equal to nor smaller than Q.
A % Q means A is not smaller than Q.
A * Q means A is neither greater nor smaller than Q.
A # Q means A is neither greater than nor equal to Q.
A @ Q means A is not greater than Q.

1. Statements:
I.  A%B%C%D
II.   C*P@O
III.    B\$M\$Q#R*T
Conclusions:
I. A*D
II.  B*O
III.   A\$D
a) only I follows
b) only iii follows
c) all follows either I or iii follows
d) either I or ii follows
e) either I or iii follows

2. Statements:
I. R\$P%T
II.  P#S*M
III.   M\$Q
Conclusions:
I. R\$M
II.  P*Q
III.   T#R
a) only I follows
b) only iii follows
c) all follows either I or iii follows
d) either I or ii follows
e) either I or iii follows

3. Statements:
I. X*Y#Z
II.  Z\$A*B
III.   B@P%R
Conclusions:
I. X\$R
II.  Z\$P
III.   A@P
a) only I follows
b) only iii follows
c) all follows either I or iii follows
d) either I or ii follows
e) either I or iii follows

4. Statements:
I. A\$B#C
II.  B\$D*L
III.   L\$M%O#Q
Conclusions:
I. A\$L
II.  A*L
III.   A\$O
a) only I follows
b) only iii follows
c) all follows either I or iii follows
d) only I and iii follows
e) either I or iii follows

5. Statements:
I. U%Q@P%O
II.  Q@R*S#T
III.   S%M*N#B
Conclusions:
I. U*S
II.  S*N
III.   S\$N
a) only I follows
b) only iii follows
c) all follows either I or iii follows
d) either I or ii follows
e) either ii or iii follows

Questions {6-7}: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.

There are six friends P, Q, R, S, T and V. Each of them has a different weight. S weighs more than only P and R. Q weighs less than only T. P does not weigh the least. The one who stands at the second place when arranged in descending order of their weight weighs 85kg. R weighs 55Kg.

Q 6. If V’s weight is 8Kg less than Q then which of the following could be S’s weight?
(1) 83Kg
(2) 75Kg
(3) 80Kg
(4) 50Kg
(5) 84Kg

Q 7. Which of the following could be P’s possible weight?
(1) 65Kg
(2) 50Kg
(3) 88Kg
(4) 85Kg
(5) 93Kg

Questions {8-12}: Study the following information to answer the questions given below.

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule. The Following is an illustration of input and rearrangement

Input: the as rose 4 3 brave 16 5 stumpy 36 neither 7 64 Thursday
Step 1: as 4 the rose 3 brave 16 5 stumpy 36 neither 7 64 Thursday
Step 2: as 4 brave 5 the rose 3 16 stumpy 36 neither 7 64 Thursday
Step 3: as 4 brave 5 neither 7 the rose 3 16 stumpy 36 64 Thursday
Step 4: as 4 brave 5 neither 7 rose 16 the 3 stumpy 36 64 Thursday
Step 5: as 4 brave 5 neither 7 rose 16 stumpy 36 the 3 64 Thursday
Step 6: as 4 brave 5 neither 7 rose 16 stumpy 36 the 3 Thursday 64

Step 6 is the last step of the arrangement. As per rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Input: bag 3 a jacket rest 1 36 16 the 7 3 physics mathematics 11 tasty 5

Q 8. What is the position of ‘16’ in Step 3?
(1) Fifth from the left
(2) Seventh from the right
(3) Sixth from the left
(4) Seventh from the left
(5) Sixth from the right

Q 9. How many steps are needed to complete this arrangement?
(1) Five
(2) Six
(3) Seven
(4) Three
(5) None of these

Q 10. Which of the following is 5th from the left of Step 4 in the above arrangement?
(1) 3
(2) 36
(3) Jacket
(4) Mathematics
(5) None of these

Q 11. Which step number will be the following output?
“A 1 bag 3 jacket 36 mathematics 11 physics 7 rest 16 the 3 tasty 5”
(1) Step 2
(2) Step 3
(3) Step 5
(4) There will be no such Step
(5) None of these

Q 12. What is the position of ‘rest’ in Step 3?
(1) Ninth from the left
(2) Ninth from the right
(3) Eighth from the left
(4) Seventh from the left
(5) Sixth from the right

1. E
2. B
3. B
4. D
5. E
6. 2
7. 1
8. 2
9. 1
10. 3
11. 5
12. 1

Explanations

1. A>=B>=C>=D  C=P<=O  B>M>Q<R=T
B=O false
Either A=D  or  A>D  follows

2. R>P>=T P<S=M>Q
R>M false
P=Q false
T<R true

3. X=Y<Z>A=B<=P>=R
X>R false
Z>P false
A<=P true

4. A>B<C B>D=L>M>=O<Q
A>L true
A=L false
A>O true

5. U>=Q<=P>=O
Q<=R=S<T    S>=M=N<B
U=S false
Either S=N or S>N

6-7: T > Q(85) > V > S > P > R(55)

8-12: The word and number rearrangement machine rearranges one word and one number in each step from left to right end. It rearranges words in an alphabetical order. It arranges numbers, such that if the number of alphabets in the word is even, the number that will follow the word will be the square of the numbers of alphabets in the word and if the number of alphabets is odd, then it is the odd number that follows the word.

Input: bag 3 a jacket rest 1 36 16 the 7 3 physics mathematics 11 tasty 5
Step 1: a 1 bag 3 jacket rest 36 16 the 7 3 physics mathematics 11 tasty 5
Step 2: a 1 bag 3 jacket 36 rest 16 the 7 3 physics mathematics 11 tasty 5
Step 3: a 1 bag 3 jacket 36 mathematics 11 rest 16 the 7 3 physics tasty 5
Step 4: a 1 bag 3 jacket 36 mathematics 11 physics 7 rest 16 the 3 tasty 5

Step 5: a 1 bag 3 jacket 36 mathematics 11 physics 7 rest 16 tasty 5 the 3

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