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October 29, 2017

High Level Reasoning Practice Test with Solutions (Based on Latest Pattern)

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Directions (1-5) : Study the fol-lowing information carefully and answer the questions below. 

The food delivery boy was out for delivering the food orders. He had stacked the orders in different parcels kept one over the other. The parcels were numbered 1-8 from bot-tom to top. The order consisted of different types of Pizza like Margherita, Mexican-Green-Wave. Peppy Paneer, Deluxe veggie, Cheese N Corn, Paneer Makhani,Veggie Paradise and Fresh Veggie.
  • The Deluxe veggie was kept in a parcel that was 3 parcels above the parcel of Veggie Paradise. 
  • Mexican-Green-Wave and Deluxe veggie were kept in consecutive parcels. 
  • Mexican-Green-Wave and Margherita were kept at a gap of 3 parcels. 
  • Peppy Paneer were kept in an odd numbered parcel. 
  • Parcel number of Paneer Makhani was twice the parcel number of Fresh Veggie which was kept just above the Margherita.
  1. Which of the following parcels was kept at the lowest position ?
    1. Veggie Paradise 
    2. Margherita
    3. Mexican-Green-Wave
    4. Deluxe veggie 
    5. Peppy Paneer 
  2. Which of the following parcels was kept just below the Peppy Paneer ? 
    1. Margherita 
    2. Mexican-Green-Wave
    3. Deluxe veggie
    4. Fresh Veggie
    5. Paneer Makhani 
  3. How many parcels were kept between Cheese N Corn and Paneer Makhani ? 
    1. None
    2. One 
    3. Two 
    4. Three 
    5. More than three 
  4. Which of the following shows the correct combination of parcel number - food item ?
    1. 8 - Mexican-Green-Wave 
    2. 7 - Paneer Makhani 
    3. 3 - Margherita 
    4. 2 - Fresh Veggie 
    5. 5 - Peppy Paneer 
  5. In which of the following groups is the third food item kept exactly in between the first and the second food item ? 
    1. Peppy Paneer, Deluxe veggie, Cheese N Corn
    2. Paneer Makhani, Fresh Veggie, Veggie Paradise
    3. Veggie Paradise, Margherita, Paneer Makhani 
    4. Deluxe veggie, Paneer Makhani, Cheese N Corn 
    5. Veggie Paradise, Mexican-Green-Wave, Margherita
Directions (6-10) : Study the fol-lowing information carefully and answer the questions below.

Eight students Madhuri, Manasa, Mamatha, Mayuri, Monika, Mounisha, Moksha and Madhusri are sitting in a straight line but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing north while some are facing south and not more than two adjacent students face the same direction. All of them got different marks in an examination i.e. 400, 371, 525, 325,153, 424, 225 and 261 but not necessarily in the same order. They all have different heights but not necessarily in the same order. 

Mamatha got 225 marks and she is the 5th tallest Student. Madhuri is taller than Mounisha and Manasa but shorter than Madhusri and Monika. The immediate neighbour of Madhusri faces opposite directions. Manasa sits one of the extreme end and does not get 325 in the exam. Only three students are taller than Moksha. The students sitting on the extreme ends faces opposite directions. Madhusri got an odd palindrome number and sits 3rd to the right of Manasa.

Mamatha sits 3rd to the left of Madhuri, who is an immediate neigh-bour of the student who got an Armstrong number and Madhusri. Madhuri faces south direction. Mayuri got a palindrome number and sits immediate right of Mamatha. Mounisha got 261 marks sits imme-diate left of Monika, who got an Armstrong number and Mounisha, is taller than Manasa. Mayuri is third smallest student. Mounisha does not faces south direction. Moksha got the lowest number in the exam. Moksha and Mayuri faces the same direction as Mounisha. Mayuri sits 3rd to the right of Madhusri. Mamatha faces south direction. 

The one who got highest marks is the tallest among them. 
  1. Who among them got 371 marks in the exam ? 
    1. Monika 
    2. Mounisha
    3. Manasa 
    4. Mayuri
    5. Madhuri 
  2. The one, who sits immediate right of Madhusri got how many marks in the exam ? 
    1. 525
    2. 371 
    3. 325 
    4. 225 
    5. None of the above 
  3. How many students faces south direction ? 
    1. One
    2. Two 
    3. More than Three 
    4. Data inadequate 
    5. Three
  4. Who among the following is the 6th tallest student ? 
    1. Madhuri 
    2. Manasa
    3. Mayuri 
    4. Monika
    5. Mounisha 
  5. If Madhuri's as height is 172 cm then what will be the possible height of Monika ?
    1. 170 cm 
    2. 171 cm
    3. 168 cm
    4. 175 cm
    5. 171.5 cm
Directions (11-15) : When a number arrangement machine is given an input, it arranges them following a rule. The following is the illustration of input and re-arrangement.
  1. What is the difference between the numbers obtained in step 3 ? 
  2. What minimum value must be added to the final output to arrive at an integral value ?
    1. 0.1 
    2. 0.2 
    3. 0.3 
    4. 0.4
    5. 0.5 
  3. What is the difference between the numbers we get on adding the digits of step 1 and the digits of step 3 ? 
    1. 5
    2. 6
    3. 9
  4. What minimum value must be added to the sum of digits of step-3 to make a perfect square ?
  5. What is the product of the numbers obtained in step 3 ? 
    1. 33 
    2. 45 
    3. 54 
    4. 65
    5. 70
Directions (16-20) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions below. 

Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G were standing under seven different street lamps in a straight row. Distance between each lamp was a successive integral multiple of 10. Assume that the persons were facing north.
  • G was 130m to the left of B. 
  • B was 80m away from D.
  • G was 120m to the right of A.
  • E was 40m to the left of C.
  • E moved 80m towards north and took a right turn, he walked for 85m and turned right, and he walked for 40m before taking a left turn. He walked for 80m and stopped at point X.
  • D walked for 90m towards north and took a left, he again walked for 90m and turned left. He walked for 50m and stopped at point Y.
  1. How far is point X from Y ?
    1. 30m 
    2. 35m 
    3. 45m 
    4. 50m 
    5. 55m
  2. Who among the following were standing at the 2 extreme ends ? 
    1. A, B 
    2. A, D 
    3. D, B
    4. D, E
    5. E, B
  3. What was the distance between D and F ? 
    1. 80m 
    2. 90m
    3. 120m 
    4. 150m 
    5. 60m
  4. What was the position of F with respect to B ?
    1. Immediate left 
    2. Immediate right 
    3. Second to the left 
    4. Second to the right 
    5. Third to the left
  5. How fax must B travel to reach point Y ?
    1. 40m north, l0m east 
    2. 15m west, 40m north, 5m east 
    3. 0m north, lOm west, 40m south 
    4. 40m west, 40m north, 40m east 
    5. None of the above

Key with Explanations :

(1-5)


Box No.
Food Item
8
Cheese N Corn
7
Peppy Paneer
6
Deluxe Veggie
5
Mexican – Green – Wave
4
Paneer Makhani
3
Veggie Paradise
2
Fresh Veggie
1
Margherita

  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 4
  5. 2
(6-10)

Madhusri > Monika > Madhuri > Moksha > Mamatha > Mayuri > Mounisha > Manasa

Hint : An Armstrong number of three digits is an integer such that the sum of the cubes of its digits is equal to the number itself.

A  palindrome is a word, phrase, number, or other sequence of characters which reads the same backward as forward.

  1. 1
  2. 3
  3. 5
  4. 3
  5. 4
(11-15)

STEP 1 :
It is obtained by multiplying the 2 numbers we get by adding the box numbers together.
(8+6) x (2+5) = 98
(4+2) x (3+2) = 30
(8+5) x (1+4) = 65

STEP 2 :
It is obtained by adding digits of first four boxes and last four boxes.
9+8+3+0 = 20;  6+5+3+0 = 14

STEP 3 :
It is obtained by adding digits
2+0 = 2
1+4 = 5

STEP 4 : It is obtained by dividing the digits 5/2 = 2.5
  1. 2
  2. 2
  3. 5
  4. 1
  5. 2
(16-20)
  1. 3
  2. 2
  3. 4
  4. 1
  5. 2
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3 comments:

  1. wonderful work gr8 team please continue if possible please tell how to do 16-20 more deliberately

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  3. please upload monthly current affairs of september and october we have exam (RRB PO)on 5th november

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