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Four cities $\text{P, Q, R}$ and $\text{S}$ are connected through one-way routes as shown in the figure. The travel time between any two connected cities is one hour. The boxes beside each city name describe the starting time of first train of the day and their frequency of ... the minimum time required? $6$ hours $30$ minutes $3$ hours $45$ minutes $4$ hours $30$ minutes $5$ hours $15$ minutes
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Given below are three conclusions drawn based on the following three statements. Statement $1$ : All teachers are professors. Statement $2$ : No professor is a male. Statement $3$ : Some males are engineers. Conclusion $\text{I}$: No engineer is a professor. ... conclusion $\text{II}$ and conclusion $\text{III}$ are correct Only conclusion $\text{I}$ and conclusion $\text{III}$ are correct
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Four girls $\text{P, Q, R and S}$ are studying languages in a University. $P$ is learning French and Dutch. $Q$ is learning Chinese and Japanese. $R$ is learning Spanish and French. $S$ is learning Dutch and Japanese. Given that: French is easier than Dutch; ... is easier than French. Based on the above information, which girl is learning the most difficult pair of languages? $P$ $Q$ $R$ $S$
Fish belonging to species $S$ in the deep sea have skins that are extremely black (ultra-black skin). This helps them not only to avoid predators but also sneakily attack their prey. However, having this extra layer of black pigment results in lower ... and disadvantages to species $S$ Having ultra-black skin is only disadvantageous to species $S$ but advantageous only to their predators
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Given below are two statements $1$ and $2$, and two conclusions $\text{I}$ and $\text{II}$. $\text{Statement 1}:$ All entrepreneurs are wealthy. $\text{Statement 2}:$ All wealthy are risk seekers. $\text{Conclusion I}:$ ... $\text{I}$ nor $\text{II}$ is correct Both conclusions $\text{I}$ and $\text{II}$ are correct
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The front door of $\text{Mr. X's}$ house faces East. $\text{Mr. X}$ leaves the house, walking $\text{50 m}$ straight from the back door that is situated directly opposite to the front door. He then turns to his right, walks for another $\text{50 m}$ and ... The direction of the point $\text{Mr. X}$ is now located at with respect to the starting point is ____ South-East North-East West North-West
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If $\bigoplus \div \bigodot =2;\: \bigoplus \div\Delta =3;\:\bigodot +\Delta =5; \:\Delta \times \bigotimes =10$, Then, the value of $\left ( \bigotimes - \bigoplus \right )^{2}$, is : $0$ $1$ $4$ $16$
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If $\left\{\begin{matrix} “ \oplus” \; \text{means}\; “-” \\ “ \otimes” \; \text{means}\; “\div” \\ “ \triangle” \; \text{means}\; “+” \\ “ \triangledown” \; \text{means}\; “\times” \end{matrix}\right.$ then, the value of the expression $\triangle 2 \oplus 3 \triangle \left((4 \otimes 2) \triangledown 4) \right) =$ $-1$ $-0.5$ $6$ $7$
Ms. $X$ came out of a building through its front door to find her shadow due to the morning sun failing to her right side with the building to her back. From this, it can be inferred that building is facing _________ North East West South
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Find the missing element in the following figure. $d$ $e$ $w$ $y$
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$P, Q, R$ and $S$ are to be uniquely coded using $\alpha$ and $\beta$. If $P$ is coded as $\alpha \alpha$ and $Q$ as $\alpha \beta$ , then $R$ and $S$, respectively, can be coded as ________. $\beta \alpha \:\text{and}\:\alpha \beta$ $\beta \beta \:\text{and}\:\alpha \alpha$ $\alpha \beta\:\text{and}\:\beta \beta$ $\beta\alpha \:\text{and}\:\beta \beta$
If IMHO=JNIP; IDK=JEL; and SO=TP, then IDC=______ JDE JED JDC JCD
$M$ and $N$ had four children $P$, $Q$, $R$ and $S$. Of them, only $P$ and $R$ were married. They had children $X$ and $Y$ respectively. If $Y$ is a legitimate child of $W$, which of the following statements is necessarily FALSE? $M$ is the grandmother of $Y$ $R$ is the father of $Y$ $W$ is the wife of $R$ $W$ is the wife of $P$
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Given the sequence of terms, AD CG FK JP, the next terms is OV OW PV PW
A house has a number which need to be identified. The following three statements are given that can help in identifying the house number? If the house number is a multiple of $3$, then it is a number from $50$ to $59$. If the house number is NOT a multiple of $4$, then it is a number ... is NOT a multiple of $6$, then it is a number from $70$ to $79$. What is the house number? $54$ $65$ $66$ $76$
Forty students watched films A, B and C over a week. Each student watched either only one film or all three. Thirteen students watched film A, sixteen students watched film B and nineteen students watched film C. How many students watched all three films? $0$ $2$ $4$ $8$
Find the missing group of letters in the following series: BC, FCH, LMNO, ______ UVWXY TUVWX STUVW RSTUV
Consider the following three statements: Some roses are red. All red flowers fade quickly. some roses fade quickly. Which of the following statements can be logically inferred from the above statements? If (i) is true and (ii) is false, then (iii) is false. If (i) is true and (ii) is false, ... is true. If (i) and (ii) are true, then (iii) is true. If (i) and (ii) are false, then (iii) is false.
All people in a certain island are either 'Knights' or 'Knaves' and each person knows every other person's identity. Knights never lie, and Knaves ALWAYS lie. $P$ says "Both of us are Knights". $Q$ says "None of us are Knaves". Which one of the following can be logically inferred from ... $P$ is a knight; $Q$ is a Knave. Both $P$ and $Q$ are Knaves. The identities of $P, Q$ cannot be determined.
$P$ looks at $Q$ while $Q$ looks at $R$. $P$ is married, $R$ is not. The number of pairs of people in which a married person is looking at an unmarried person is $0$ $1$ $2$ Cannot be determined.
$P$, $Q$ and $R$ talk about $S's$ car collection. $P$ states that $S$ has at least $3$ cars. $Q$ believes that $S$ has less than $3$ cars. $R$ indicates that to its knowledge, $S$ has at least one car. Only one of $P, Q$ and $R$ is right. The number of cars owned by $S$ is. $0$ $1$ $3$ Cannot be determined.
What is the sum of the missing digits in the subtraction problem below? $\begin{array}{llllll} {} &5 & \text{_} & \text{_} & \text{_} & \text{_} \\ – &4 & 8 & \text{_}& 8 & 9 \\ \hline & & 1 & 1 &1 &1 \end{array}$ $8$ $10$ $11$ Cannot be determined.
$\textbf{M}$ and $\textbf{N}$ starts from same location.$\textbf{M}$ travels $10$ $km$ East then $10$ $km$ North-East. $\textbf{N}$ travels $5$ $km$ South then $4$ $km$ South-East.What is the shortest distance (in $km$) between $\textbf{M}$ and $\textbf{N}$ at the end of their travel? $18.60$ $22.50$ $20.61$ $25.00$
The Venn diagram shows the preference of the student population for leisure activities. From the data given,the number of students who like to read books or play sports is_______ $44$ $51$ $79$ $108$
Given $(9 \text{ inches})^{1/2}=(0.25 \text{ yards})^{1/2}$, which one of the following statements is TRUE? $3$ inches $= 0.5$ yards $9$ inches $= 1.5$ yards $9$ inches $= 0.25$ yards $81$ inches $= 0.0625$ yards
Find the missing sequence in the letter series. B, FH, LNP, _ _ _ _. SUWY TUVW TVXZ TWXZ
Fact: If it rains, then the field is wet. Read the following statements: It rains The field is not wet The field is wet It did not rain Which one of the options given below is NOT logically possible, based on the given fact? If $(iii)$, then $(iv)$. If $(i)$, then $(iii)$. If $(i)$, then $(ii)$. If $(ii)$, then $(iv)$.
Students taking an exam are divided into two groups, P and Q such that each group has the same number of students. The performance of each of the students in a test was evaluated out of $200$ marks. It was observed that the mean of group P was $105$, while that of ... Most students of group Q scored marks in a narrower range than students in group P. The median of the marks of group P is $100$.
A smart city integrates all modes of transport, uses clean energy and promotes sustainable use of resources. It also uses technology to ensure safety and security of the city, something which critics argue, will lead to a surveillance state. Which of the following can be logically inferred from the above ... promote surveillance. $(i)$ and $(iv)$ only $(ii)$ and $(iii)$ only $(iv)$ only $(i)$ only
Leela is older than her cousin Pavithra. Pavithra's brother Shiva is older than Leela. When Pavithra and Shiva are visiting Leela, all three like to play chess. Pavithra wins more often than Leela does. Which one of the following statements must be TRUE based on the ... loses. Leela is the oldest of the three. Shiva is a better chess player than Pavithra. Pavithra is the youngest of the three.
Given below are two statements followed by two conclusions. Assuming these statements to be true, decide which one logically follows: Statements: No manager is a leader. All leaders are executives. Conclusions: No manager is an executive. No executive is a manager. Only conclusion I follows Only conclusion II follows Neither conclusion I nor II follows Both conclusion I and II follows
Tanya is older than Eric. Cliff is older than Tanya. Eric is older than Cliff. If the first two statements are true ,then the third statement is : True False Uncertain Data insufficient
Ms.X will be in Bagdogra from $01/05/2014$ to $20/05/2014$ and from $22/05/2014$ to $31/05/2014$.On the morning of $21/5/2104$, she will reach Kochi via Mumbai. Which of the statement below is logically valid and can be inferred from the above sentence? Ms.X will be in ... only one day,only in May. Ms.X will be only in Kochi for one day,only in May. Only Ms.X will be in Kochi for one day in May.
Find the missing sequence in letter series below: A, CD, DHI, ?, UVWXY LMN MNO MNOP NOPQ
Given below are two statements followed by two conclusions.Assuming these statements to be true,decide which one logically follows Statements: All film stars are playback singers. All film directors are film stars Conclusions: All film directors are playback ... director Only conclusion I follows Only conclusion II follows Neither conclusion I nor II follows both conclusion I nor II follows
If ‘KCLFTSB’ stands for ‘best of luck’ and ‘SHSWDG’ stands for ‘good wishes’, which of the following indicates ‘ace the exam’? MCHTX MXHTC XMHCT XMHTC
Find the next term in the sequence: $13M, 17Q, 19S$, ___ $21W$ $21V$ $23W$ $23V$
Find the next term in the sequence: $7G, 11K, 13M$,____ $15Q$ $17Q$ $15P$ $17P$
In which of the following options will the expression $P < M$ be definitely true? $M < R > P > S$ $M > S < P < F$ $Q < M < F = P$ $P = A < R < M$
The next term in the series $81, 54, 36, 24,\ldots$ is ________