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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 1 – 4): The questions are based on 5 given groups, each consisting of a 3letter word preceded by 1 or 2digit number.
8 JUG, 21 FOX, 35 AND, 16 ZER, 49 CUPIf ‘L’ is added before each word which is preceded by a number which is divisible by 7 and ‘O’ is added after each word which is preceded by a number which is divisible by 4, how many meaningful English words can be formed after adding L and O respectively?
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Answer –3) 1, 1
Solution:
Given Series: 8 JUG, 21 FOX, 35 AND, 16 ZER, 49 CUP
‘L’ is added before each word in which number is divisible by 7:
21 FOX → 21 LFOX
35 AND → 35 LAND
49 CUP → 49 LCUP
One meaningful word: 35 LAND
‘O’ is added after each word in which number is divisible by 4:
8 JUG → 8 JUGO
16 ZER → 16 ZERO
One meaningful word: 16 ZEROIncorrect
Answer –3) 1, 1
Solution:
Given Series: 8 JUG, 21 FOX, 35 AND, 16 ZER, 49 CUP
‘L’ is added before each word in which number is divisible by 7:
21 FOX → 21 LFOX
35 AND → 35 LAND
49 CUP → 49 LCUP
One meaningful word: 35 LAND
‘O’ is added after each word in which number is divisible by 4:
8 JUG → 8 JUGO
16 ZER → 16 ZERO
One meaningful word: 16 ZERO 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 1 – 4): The questions are based on 5 given groups, each consisting of a 3letter word preceded by 1 or 2digit number.
8 JUG, 21 FOX, 35 AND, 16 ZER, 49 CUPIf ‘7’ is added to the number which is followed by a word starting with consonant and ‘5’ is added to the number which is followed by a word starting with vowel, how many numbers are there which is divisible by 3 after adding those digits?
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Answer – 2) One
Solution:
Given Series: 8 JUG, 21 FOX, 35 AND, 16 ZER, 49 CUP
‘7’ is added to the number in which word is started with consonant:
8 JUG → 15 JUG
21 FOX → 28 FOX
16 ZER → 23 ZER
49 CUP → 56 CUP
‘5’ is added to the number in which word is started with vowel:
35 AND → 40 AND
New Series: 15 JUG, 28 FOX, 40AND, 23 ZER, 56 CUP
Numbers divisible by ‘3’ are: 15Incorrect
Answer – 2) One
Solution:
Given Series: 8 JUG, 21 FOX, 35 AND, 16 ZER, 49 CUP
‘7’ is added to the number in which word is started with consonant:
8 JUG → 15 JUG
21 FOX → 28 FOX
16 ZER → 23 ZER
49 CUP → 56 CUP
‘5’ is added to the number in which word is started with vowel:
35 AND → 40 AND
New Series: 15 JUG, 28 FOX, 40AND, 23 ZER, 56 CUP
Numbers divisible by ‘3’ are: 15 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 1 – 4): The questions are based on 5 given groups, each consisting of a 3letter word preceded by 1 or 2digit number.
8 JUG, 21 FOX, 35 AND, 16 ZER, 49 CUPIf ‘B’ is added before each word which is preceded by odd number and ‘S’ is added after each word which is preceded by even number, how many meaningful words are formed after adding ‘B’ and ‘S’ respectively?
Correct
Answer – 5) 1, 1
Solution:
Given Series: 8 JUG, 21 FOX, 35 AND, 16 ZER, 49 CUP
‘B’ is added before each word preceded by odd number:
21 FOX → 21 BFOX
35 AND → 35 BAND
49 CUP → 49 BCUP
One meaningful word: 35 BAND
‘S’ is added after each word preceded by even number:
8 JUG → 8 JUGS
16 ZER → 16 ZERS
One meaningful word: 8 JUGSIncorrect
Answer – 5) 1, 1
Solution:
Given Series: 8 JUG, 21 FOX, 35 AND, 16 ZER, 49 CUP
‘B’ is added before each word preceded by odd number:
21 FOX → 21 BFOX
35 AND → 35 BAND
49 CUP → 49 BCUP
One meaningful word: 35 BAND
‘S’ is added after each word preceded by even number:
8 JUG → 8 JUGS
16 ZER → 16 ZERS
One meaningful word: 8 JUGS 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 1 – 4): The questions are based on 5 given groups, each consisting of a 3letter word preceded by 1 or 2digit number.
8 JUG, 21 FOX, 35 AND, 16 ZER, 49 CUPIf ‘H’ is added before each word, how many meaningful words can be formed after adding ‘H’?
Correct
Answer – 2) One
Solution:
Given Series: 8 JUG, 21 FOX, 35 AND, 16 ZER, 49 CUP
‘H’ is added before each word:
8 JUG → 8 HJUG
21 FOX → 21 HFOX
35 AND → 35 HAND
16 ZER → 16 HZER
49 CUP → 49 HCUP
One meaningful word: 35 HANDIncorrect
Answer – 2) One
Solution:
Given Series: 8 JUG, 21 FOX, 35 AND, 16 ZER, 49 CUP
‘H’ is added before each word:
8 JUG → 8 HJUG
21 FOX → 21 HFOX
35 AND → 35 HAND
16 ZER → 16 HZER
49 CUP → 49 HCUP
One meaningful word: 35 HAND 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 5 – 7): Study the following information and answer the questions given below:
There are MN axis in such a way that M is in north and N is in south direction. There is IJ axis in such a way that I is in west direction and J is in east direction. MN axis and IJ axis intersect at a point O in such a way that MO is 15m, ON is 17m, OI is 12m, OJ is 24 m. A starts from point M and walks 20m in south direction and then he turns his left and walks 32m. B starts from point M and walks 20m in east direction. C starts from point J and walks 5m in north direction and then he turns his left and walk 4m and again he turns his left and walks 22m.
Point N is in which direction with respect to B’s current position?
Correct
Answer – 3) South – West
Solution:
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Answer – 3) South – West
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Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 5 – 7): Study the following information and answer the questions given below:
There are MN axis in such a way that M is in north and N is in south direction. There is IJ axis in such a way that I is in west direction and J is in east direction. MN axis and IJ axis intersect at a point O in such a way that MO is 15m, ON is 17m, OI is 12m, OJ is 24 m. A starts from point M and walks 20m in south direction and then he turns his left and walks 32m. B starts from point M and walks 20m in east direction. C starts from point J and walks 5m in north direction and then he turns his left and walk 4m and again he turns his left and walks 22m.
Point M is in which direction with respect to C’s current position?
Correct
Answer – 5) North – West
Incorrect
Answer – 5) North – West

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 5 – 7): Study the following information and answer the questions given below:
There are MN axis in such a way that M is in north and N is in south direction. There is IJ axis in such a way that I is in west direction and J is in east direction. MN axis and IJ axis intersect at a point O in such a way that MO is 15m, ON is 17m, OI is 12m, OJ is 24 m. A starts from point M and walks 20m in south direction and then he turns his left and walks 32m. B starts from point M and walks 20m in east direction. C starts from point J and walks 5m in north direction and then he turns his left and walk 4m and again he turns his left and walks 22m.
What is the distance between B’s current position and A’s current position?
Correct
Answer – 1) 4√29 km
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Answer – 1) 4√29 km

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning‘A’ is in which direction with respect to ‘B’?
(I) C is north of B and west of D who is south of E.
(II) D is west of F who is north east of A who is north of H.
(III) A is north of G and south west of C.Correct
Answer – 5) If the data in all the statement I, II and III together are not sufficient to answer the question.
Solution:
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Answer – 5) If the data in all the statement I, II and III together are not sufficient to answer the question.
Solution:

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSix persons P, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in a row facing in the north direction. Who sits between R and T?
(I) P sits second from the left end. R sits third to the left of Q who is near to T.
(II) Q is not an immediate neighbour of U who does not sits any extreme end of the row.
(III) T is not the neighbour of P.Correct
Answer – 2) If the data in statement I and II are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement III are not sufficient to answer the question.
Solution:
Incorrect
Answer – 2) If the data in statement I and II are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement III are not sufficient to answer the question.
Solution:

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningThere are 5 boys W, X, Y, Z, and A who are standing according to their height. What is the position of boy Y?
(I) Boy Z is the tallest. Boy X is just behind W but not on even numbered position.
(II) Boy Z does not stand on an even number position.
(III) Boy A does not stand on even number position and Z is standing above A.Correct
Answer – 5) If the data in all the statement I, II and III together are not sufficient to answer the question.
Solution:
Incorrect
Answer – 5) If the data in all the statement I, II and III together are not sufficient to answer the question.
Solution:
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