Weekly Challenging Test (Reasoning 20Q) 15 Min  10th Feb 2019
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Question 1 of 20
1. Question
1 pointsDirection (15): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions below.
Seven persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V are sitting in a row facing north watching movies. No two persons can sit together according to alphabetical order (for ex P canâ€™t sit with Q and Q canâ€™t sit with P & R and so onâ€¦.). Each of them watching either Raid or Baaghi. All the persons are sitting in ascending order according to the amount paid by them for buying ticket from the left to right. Only two persons sit between S and T and none of them sit at an extreme end. V sit third to the right of Q. R is watching Baaghi and sit at one of the extreme end. Only one person sits between R and P. Only three persons sit between those persons who watch Baaghi. S does not watch Baaghi. The immediate neighbours of all those persons who watch Baaghi are watching Raid.
If V paid 350 rupees for buying ticket then what may be the amount paid by U?
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R is watching Baaghi and sit at one of the extreme end. Only one person sits between R and P. Only two persons sit between S and T and none of them sit at an extreme end. So, R can sit on either of the ends and there will two possible casesNo two persons can sit together according to alphabetical order (for ex P canâ€™t sit with Q and Q canâ€™t sit with P & R and so onâ€¦.). From this we can say that S canâ€™t sit with R so, T will sit next of R in both cases. Rest V sit third to the right of Q. In case2 Only one position left for Q is the next position of P but P canâ€™t sit with Q so, case2 has been eliminated. Now, with case1 Q will sit at the extreme left end and V sit to the immediate left of P. And rest U sit in between S and Q.
R is watching Baaghi.Â The immediate neighbours of all those persons who watch Baaghi are watching Raid. So, T is watching Raid. And S does not watch Baaghi. So, S is watching Raid. Only three persons sit between those persons who watch Baaghi. So, only one condition is that Both Q and P are watching Baaghi and their immediate neighbours U and V are watching Raid. All the persons are sitting in ascending order according to the amount paid by them for buying ticket from left to right.
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R is watching Baaghi and sit at one of the extreme end. Only one person sits between R and P. Only two persons sit between S and T and none of them sit at an extreme end. So, R can sit on either of the ends and there will two possible casesNo two persons can sit together according to alphabetical order (for ex P canâ€™t sit with Q and Q canâ€™t sit with P & R and so onâ€¦.). From this we can say that S canâ€™t sit with R so, T will sit next of R in both cases. Rest V sit third to the right of Q. In case2 Only one position left for Q is the next position of P but P canâ€™t sit with Q so, case2 has been eliminated. Now, with case1 Q will sit at the extreme left end and V sit to the immediate left of P. And rest U sit in between S and Q.
R is watching Baaghi.Â The immediate neighbours of all those persons who watch Baaghi are watching Raid. So, T is watching Raid. And S does not watch Baaghi. So, S is watching Raid. Only three persons sit between those persons who watch Baaghi. So, only one condition is that Both Q and P are watching Baaghi and their immediate neighbours U and V are watching Raid. All the persons are sitting in ascending order according to the amount paid by them for buying ticket from left to right.

Question 2 of 20
2. Question
1 pointsWho among the following watch Baaghi?
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R is watching Baaghi and sit at one of the extreme end. Only one person sits between R and P. Only two persons sit between S and T and none of them sit at an extreme end. So, R can sit on either of the ends and there will two possible casesNo two persons can sit together according to alphabetical order (for ex P canâ€™t sit with Q and Q canâ€™t sit with P & R and so onâ€¦.). From this we can say that S canâ€™t sit with R so, T will sit next of R in both cases. Rest V sit third to the right of Q. In case2 Only one position left for Q is the next position of P but P canâ€™t sit with Q so, case2 has been eliminated. Now, with case1 Q will sit at the extreme left end and V sit to the immediate left of P. And rest U sit in between S and Q.
R is watching Baaghi.Â The immediate neighbours of all those persons who watch Baaghi are watching Raid. So, T is watching Raid. And S does not watch Baaghi. So, S is watching Raid. Only three persons sit between those persons who watch Baaghi. So, only one condition is that Both Q and P are watching Baaghi and their immediate neighbours U and V are watching Raid. All the persons are sitting in ascending order according to the amount paid by them for buying ticket from left to right.
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R is watching Baaghi and sit at one of the extreme end. Only one person sits between R and P. Only two persons sit between S and T and none of them sit at an extreme end. So, R can sit on either of the ends and there will two possible casesNo two persons can sit together according to alphabetical order (for ex P canâ€™t sit with Q and Q canâ€™t sit with P & R and so onâ€¦.). From this we can say that S canâ€™t sit with R so, T will sit next of R in both cases. Rest V sit third to the right of Q. In case2 Only one position left for Q is the next position of P but P canâ€™t sit with Q so, case2 has been eliminated. Now, with case1 Q will sit at the extreme left end and V sit to the immediate left of P. And rest U sit in between S and Q.
R is watching Baaghi.Â The immediate neighbours of all those persons who watch Baaghi are watching Raid. So, T is watching Raid. And S does not watch Baaghi. So, S is watching Raid. Only three persons sit between those persons who watch Baaghi. So, only one condition is that Both Q and P are watching Baaghi and their immediate neighbours U and V are watching Raid. All the persons are sitting in ascending order according to the amount paid by them for buying ticket from left to right.

Question 3 of 20
3. Question
1 pointsWho among the following sit to the immediate right of S?
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Direction (15):
R is watching Baaghi and sit at one of the extreme end. Only one person sits between R and P. Only two persons sit between S and T and none of them sit at an extreme end. So, R can sit on either of the ends and there will two possible casesNo two persons can sit together according to alphabetical order (for ex P canâ€™t sit with Q and Q canâ€™t sit with P & R and so onâ€¦.). From this we can say that S canâ€™t sit with R so, T will sit next of R in both cases. Rest V sit third to the right of Q. In case2 Only one position left for Q is the next position of P but P canâ€™t sit with Q so, case2 has been eliminated. Now, with case1 Q will sit at the extreme left end and V sit to the immediate left of P. And rest U sit in between S and Q.
R is watching Baaghi.Â The immediate neighbours of all those persons who watch Baaghi are watching Raid. So, T is watching Raid. And S does not watch Baaghi. So, S is watching Raid. Only three persons sit between those persons who watch Baaghi. So, only one condition is that Both Q and P are watching Baaghi and their immediate neighbours U and V are watching Raid. All the persons are sitting in ascending order according to the amount paid by them for buying ticket from left to right.
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R is watching Baaghi and sit at one of the extreme end. Only one person sits between R and P. Only two persons sit between S and T and none of them sit at an extreme end. So, R can sit on either of the ends and there will two possible casesNo two persons can sit together according to alphabetical order (for ex P canâ€™t sit with Q and Q canâ€™t sit with P & R and so onâ€¦.). From this we can say that S canâ€™t sit with R so, T will sit next of R in both cases. Rest V sit third to the right of Q. In case2 Only one position left for Q is the next position of P but P canâ€™t sit with Q so, case2 has been eliminated. Now, with case1 Q will sit at the extreme left end and V sit to the immediate left of P. And rest U sit in between S and Q.
R is watching Baaghi.Â The immediate neighbours of all those persons who watch Baaghi are watching Raid. So, T is watching Raid. And S does not watch Baaghi. So, S is watching Raid. Only three persons sit between those persons who watch Baaghi. So, only one condition is that Both Q and P are watching Baaghi and their immediate neighbours U and V are watching Raid. All the persons are sitting in ascending order according to the amount paid by them for buying ticket from left to right.

Question 4 of 20
4. Question
1 pointsWho among the following sit at an extreme end?
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Direction (15):
R is watching Baaghi and sit at one of the extreme end. Only one person sits between R and P. Only two persons sit between S and T and none of them sit at an extreme end. So, R can sit on either of the ends and there will two possible casesNo two persons can sit together according to alphabetical order (for ex P canâ€™t sit with Q and Q canâ€™t sit with P & R and so onâ€¦.). From this we can say that S canâ€™t sit with R so, T will sit next of R in both cases. Rest V sit third to the right of Q. In case2 Only one position left for Q is the next position of P but P canâ€™t sit with Q so, case2 has been eliminated. Now, with case1 Q will sit at the extreme left end and V sit to the immediate left of P. And rest U sit in between S and Q.
R is watching Baaghi.Â The immediate neighbours of all those persons who watch Baaghi are watching Raid. So, T is watching Raid. And S does not watch Baaghi. So, S is watching Raid. Only three persons sit between those persons who watch Baaghi. So, only one condition is that Both Q and P are watching Baaghi and their immediate neighbours U and V are watching Raid. All the persons are sitting in ascending order according to the amount paid by them for buying ticket from left to right.
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R is watching Baaghi and sit at one of the extreme end. Only one person sits between R and P. Only two persons sit between S and T and none of them sit at an extreme end. So, R can sit on either of the ends and there will two possible casesNo two persons can sit together according to alphabetical order (for ex P canâ€™t sit with Q and Q canâ€™t sit with P & R and so onâ€¦.). From this we can say that S canâ€™t sit with R so, T will sit next of R in both cases. Rest V sit third to the right of Q. In case2 Only one position left for Q is the next position of P but P canâ€™t sit with Q so, case2 has been eliminated. Now, with case1 Q will sit at the extreme left end and V sit to the immediate left of P. And rest U sit in between S and Q.
R is watching Baaghi.Â The immediate neighbours of all those persons who watch Baaghi are watching Raid. So, T is watching Raid. And S does not watch Baaghi. So, S is watching Raid. Only three persons sit between those persons who watch Baaghi. So, only one condition is that Both Q and P are watching Baaghi and their immediate neighbours U and V are watching Raid. All the persons are sitting in ascending order according to the amount paid by them for buying ticket from left to right.

Question 5 of 20
5. Question
1 pointsHow many persons are watching Raid?
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Direction (15):
R is watching Baaghi and sit at one of the extreme end. Only one person sits between R and P. Only two persons sit between S and T and none of them sit at an extreme end. So, R can sit on either of the ends and there will two possible casesNo two persons can sit together according to alphabetical order (for ex P canâ€™t sit with Q and Q canâ€™t sit with P & R and so onâ€¦.). From this we can say that S canâ€™t sit with R so, T will sit next of R in both cases. Rest V sit third to the right of Q. In case2 Only one position left for Q is the next position of P but P canâ€™t sit with Q so, case2 has been eliminated. Now, with case1 Q will sit at the extreme left end and V sit to the immediate left of P. And rest U sit in between S and Q.
R is watching Baaghi.Â The immediate neighbours of all those persons who watch Baaghi are watching Raid. So, T is watching Raid. And S does not watch Baaghi. So, S is watching Raid. Only three persons sit between those persons who watch Baaghi. So, only one condition is that Both Q and P are watching Baaghi and their immediate neighbours U and V are watching Raid. All the persons are sitting in ascending order according to the amount paid by them for buying ticket from left to right.
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R is watching Baaghi and sit at one of the extreme end. Only one person sits between R and P. Only two persons sit between S and T and none of them sit at an extreme end. So, R can sit on either of the ends and there will two possible casesNo two persons can sit together according to alphabetical order (for ex P canâ€™t sit with Q and Q canâ€™t sit with P & R and so onâ€¦.). From this we can say that S canâ€™t sit with R so, T will sit next of R in both cases. Rest V sit third to the right of Q. In case2 Only one position left for Q is the next position of P but P canâ€™t sit with Q so, case2 has been eliminated. Now, with case1 Q will sit at the extreme left end and V sit to the immediate left of P. And rest U sit in between S and Q.
R is watching Baaghi.Â The immediate neighbours of all those persons who watch Baaghi are watching Raid. So, T is watching Raid. And S does not watch Baaghi. So, S is watching Raid. Only three persons sit between those persons who watch Baaghi. So, only one condition is that Both Q and P are watching Baaghi and their immediate neighbours U and V are watching Raid. All the persons are sitting in ascending order according to the amount paid by them for buying ticket from left to right.

Question 6 of 20
6. Question
1 pointsDirections (610): In each of the questions below are given some statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer
Statements: – Some First are Second.
No Best are Second.
All Middle are Best.
Conclusions: – I. No First are Best.
II. Some First are not Best.
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Question 7 of 20
7. Question
1 pointsStatements: – Some Baskets are Bags.
Some Trolleys are Bags.
No Luggage are Baskets.
Conclusions: – I. Some Bags are Luggage.
II. No Trolleys are Luggage.
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Question 8 of 20
8. Question
1 pointsStatements: – All Drives are Ride.
All Walks are run.
All Run are Ride.
Conclusions: – I. Some Walks are Drives.
II. Some run are Drives.
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Question 9 of 20
9. Question
1 pointsStatements: – Some Works are Teams.
Some Teams are Efficiency.
Some Time are Works.
Conclusions: – I. Some Time are Efficiency.
II. Some Time are Teams is a possibility.
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Question 10 of 20
10. Question
1 pointsStatements: – Some Moneys are Enough.
All Peace are Essential.
All Moneys are Essential.
Conclusions: – I. All Enough are Peace is a possibility.
II. Some Enough are Essential.
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Question 11 of 20
11. Question
1 pointsDirection (1112): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions below.
P is the brother of T. Q is the daughter of T. R is the motherinlaw of Q. R is married to S. U is the only son of S.
How T is related to U?
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Question 12 of 20
12. Question
1 pointsHow Q is related to P?
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Question 13 of 20
13. Question
1 pointsDirection (1314): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions below.
Point L is 3m to the west of point K. Point M is 2m north of point K. Point N is 4m east of point M. Point O is 2m south of point L. Point J is 3m east of point O.
Which among the following points are inline?
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Question 14 of 20
14. Question
1 pointsIn which direction is point N with respect to point O?
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Question 15 of 20
15. Question
1 pointsDirection (1517): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions below.
20 friends are sitting in a row. Rahul is 8^{th} from the right end. Suresh is fifth to the left of Raghav. Only 4 persons are sitting between Rahul and Raghav. Ramesh is to the immediate right of Suresh.
How many persons are sitting between Suresh and Rahul?
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Question 16 of 20
16. Question
1 pointsWhat is position of Raghav from the left end of the row?
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Question 17 of 20
17. Question
1 pointsIf Rohit sits exactly between Ramesh and Raghav then what is the position of Rohit from the right end?
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Question 18 of 20
18. Question
1 pointsDirections (1820): In these questions, relationships between different elements are shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer
Statement: F â‰¥ Y â‰¥ G > Q > P; G < V < H
Conclusions: I. F > P
II. P < H
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 F > P (True)
 P < H (True)
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 F > P (True)
 P < H (True)

Question 19 of 20
19. Question
1 pointsStatement: S > Z > J > L; D > E > L
Conclusions: I. L < S
II. Z > D
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 L < S (True)
 Z > D (False)
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 L < S (True)
 Z > D (False)

Question 20 of 20
20. Question
1 pointsStatement: R â‰¤ U â‰¤ V = N; P â‰¥ O â‰¥ N
Conclusions: I. R â‰¤ P
II. U = O
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 R â‰¤ P (True)
 U = O (False)
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 R â‰¤ P (True)
 U = O (False)