Analytical Reasoning Questions and Answers Paper 2

by | Nov 8, 2016

Q21) Find the missing term in the series : 2, 6, 3, 12, 4, 18, 5, _____

1) 26                            2) 6                              3) 24                            4) 28

Q22) Find the missing term in the series :  6, 7, 13, 8, 4, 12, 5, 4, _____

1) 6                              2) 8                              3) 9                              4) None of these

Q23) In a certain code language if the word MASTER is coded as NZHGVI, then how is the word MINUTE coded in that language?

1) NRMFGV                 2) ZRBHGR                  3) NRMFGV                 4) ZVAHGR

Q24) Select the alternative that logically follows from the two given statements:

  1. I) Most of the graduates are employed II)All employed are rich

(1) Unemployed are not rich              (2) Some graduates are not rich

(3) Some graduates are rich               (4) Both (2) and (3)

Q25) Find the missing term in the  analogy: 16 : 64 :: 36 : ____

1) 144                          2) 72                            3) 121                          4) 108

Q26) A boy goes to watch a movie and sees a man sitting to his left. He found that the man was his relative. The man is the husband of the sister of his mother. How is the man related to the boy?

1) Uncle                       2) Nephew                   3) Brother                   4) Father

Q27) Find the missing term in the series : AD, EI, JO, PV, _____

1) WC                          2) VC                           3) WD                          4) SX

Q28) Six people A, B, C, D, E and F sit around a circular table, not necessarily in the same order. A neither sits adjacent to B and F, nor opposite to them and E neither sits adjacent to D and C nor opposite to them. Who sits opposite to E?

1) B                              2) C                              3) A                              4) Can’t be determined

Q29) Five boys L, M, N, O and P sit around a pentagonal table, not necessarily in the same order. L sits diagonally opposite to M and P, O sits diagonally opposite to N and P. If O sits to the immediate left of L, then who sits to the right of N?

1) P                              2) N                             3) O                             4) L

Q30) Six girls P, Q, R, S, T and U sit in a row, not necessarily in the same order. T sits exactly in between R and Q. P sits exactly in between Q and U. Who sits exactly in between T and P?

1) Q                             2) R                              3) S                              4) U

Q31) A man walks 10km towards North. Then he turns 1800 and travels another 10km. He then travels 20km to the West followed by 10km to the South. How far is he from the starting point? (Approximately)

1) 25km                       2) 22km                       3) 30km                       4) None of these

Q32) Find the missing term in the analogy: 2 : 20 : : 12 : ?

1) 125                          2) 100                          3) 45                            4) 120

Q33) What is the maximum number of identical pieces a cube can be cut into by 7 cuts?

1) 24                            2) 32                            3) 64                            4) 128

Q34) What is my mother’s husband’s father-in-law’s son’s daughter to me?

1) Niece                       2) Aunt                                    3) Sister                       4) None of these

Q35) How is A’s grandfather’s only son’s only son’s mother’s mother-in-law’s sister-in-law is related to A?

1) Grandaunt               2) Aunt                                    3) Grandmother          4) Mother

Q36) Select the alternative that logically follows from the two given statements:

  1. I) Some pens are Parkers II) All Parkers are costly

(1) No pens are costly (2) Some pens are costly       (3) All pens are costly (4) None of the above

Q37) In a certain code language, if the word TRANSFER is coded as NARTREFS and TRANSCRIPT is coded as SNARTTPIRC, then how is the word TRANSCURRENT coded in that language?

1) CSNARTTNERRU     2) ACESNRTTNRRU                 3) CSANTTRNERRU     4) AECSNRTTNRRU

Q38) In a class of 160 students, it was found that 65 play Cricket 70 play Hockey, and 90 play Football. 30 play Cricket and Hockey, 40 play Cricket and Football, 35 play Hockey and Football and 15 play none of these three games. How many play all the three games?

1) 45                            2) 105                          3) 25                            4) 55

Q39) In a class of 160 students, it was found that 65 play Cricket 70 play Hockey, and 90 play Football. 30 play Cricket and Hockey, 40 play Cricket and Football, 35 play Hockey and Football and 15 play none of these three games. How many students play exactly one game?

1) 90                            2) 75                            3) 105                          4) 145

Q40) In a class of 160 students, it was found that 65 play Cricket 70 play Hockey, and 90 play Football. 30 play Cricket and Hockey, 40 play Cricket and Football, 35 play Hockey and Football and 15 play none of these three games. If 5 students stop playing Hockey and start playing Cricket, what is the least number of students playing only Football and Hockey but not Cricket?

1) 15                            2) 30                            3) 10                            4) 5

 

Key Paper

 

Q.No 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Ans 3 3 1 3 1 1 3 3 1 2
Q.No 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
Ans 2 4 4 4 1 2 1 3 1 3

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