Reasoning( New pattern questions) day 18

D.1-5) Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions:

In certain coded language,

“AB is bat” is coded as “9%, 112*, 69%”

“Who for fogs” is coded as “184*, 156*, 141%”

“Scooby-doo was doctor” is coded as “339%, 129%, 300*”

Symbol represent the prime number and other number

Prime à %

Other à *

Every number represent the,

If the sum of the alphabet position in the English alphabet that is

A = 1, B = 2 à A + B = 1 + 2 = 3

If the resultant (3) is a prime number than multiply the resultant by 3. Of not than multiply the resultant by 4.

Q.1) What is the code for the word “Jesus”?

1. a) 300%
2. b) 222*
3. c) 296%
4. d) 296*
5. e) None of these
1. d) I and V

Q.2) What does the code “104*” represent?

1. a) Dog
2. b) Cat
3. c) App
4. d) Pen
5. e) None of these
1. a) Dog

Q.3) What is the code for the word “Bike”?

1. a) 237%
2. b) 129%
3. c) 300*
4. d) 108*
5. e) None of these
1. d) 108*

Q.4) How “It so bad” can be coded using above coded language?

1. a) 87%, 136*, 21%
2. b) 123%, 15%, 110*
3. c) 130*, 91%, 73*
4. d) 51%, 95%, 103*
5. e) None of these
1. a) 87%, 136*, 21%

Q.5) What is the code “141% “represent in above coded language?

1. a) who
2. b) for
3. c) fogs
4. d) Both b and c
5. e) None of these
1. c) fogs

Q.6) Each of the questions below consists of a question and statements given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read all the three statements and give answer.

How many students are there between Manoj and Kani in a row of sixty students?

1. Babu is twentieth from the left end and Manoj is five places away from Babu.
2. Manoj is twenty-second from the left end and Kani is twenty-seventh from the right end.

III. Kani sits at an end.

1. a) Only I follow.
2. b) Only II follow.
3. c) Only III follow.
4. d) All I, II, and III follows
5. e) Can’t be determined

Statement I and III we couldn’t obtain the right option where as statement II describes that there are 12 person are between Manoj and Kani

22 – (60 – 27 + 1) = 12

Q.7) In each question below is given a statement followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then consider the two conclusions together and decide which of them logically follows beyond a reasonable doubt from the information given in the statement.

Statements: The national norm is 100 beds per thousand populations but in this state, 150 beds per thousand are available in the hospitals.

Conclusions:

1. Our national norm is appropriate.
2. The state’s health system is taking adequate care in this regard.
3. a) Only conclusion I follow
4. b) Only conclusion II follows
5. c) Either I or II follows
6. d) Neither I nor II follows
7. e) Both I and II follow

Conclusion I does not follow since we cannot conclude that the details conveyed in the statement is an appropriate national norm for our country.

Conclusion II also does not follow since the statement doesn’t specify anything about the state’s health system in this regard.

D.8-12) Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions.

Prevalence of racism in subtle forms is proved when some Aryans assert their superiority over the native races of India and propagate the view that their culture is the basic culture of India. Differences in dresses, food habits, feasts and festivals, folk arts and classical arts, etc. are natural and healthy signs of regional diversity in India. But dislike of people of other states and regions, sons of the soil theory, interstate border and river disputes etc. are the manifestations of regionalism. The problems arising out of diversity in India can be effectively dealt with only if the modern norms of equality and social justice are not merely preached but effectively practiced. Wrong interpretation of the natural attachment to one’s language, region and culture as something inherently bad has to be given up even while promoting the secular values of equality and social justice. India is a large country and there is need of Unity in diversity in India.

I. The pride of their own culture of some people and the failure to realize the greatness of other practices is the cause of conflicts in India.

II. Regionalism is a healthy sign of any country and lead to its national integration.

III. Aryans cooperated with the indigenous people of India and treated them as their equals.

IV. There is a need for equality and social justice to be practiced by all sections of the society.

V. Unity in diversity is an all time scenario of India.

Q.8) Which of the above statements are inferred from the statement?

a) I and II

b) II and III

c) I and IV

d) I and V

e) None of the above.

Clearly statements I and IV can be inferred from the passage.

Statement I is inferred from the passage since the pride of their own culture and the failure to realise the greatness of other cultures by certain people is the main cause of downfall of the unity of india.

Statement II can also be inferred from the passage since it underlines the importance of a sense of equality to be practised by all sections of the society for the overall good of the nation.

Q.9) Which of the above points weakens the argument conveyed in the passage?

a) I, II and III

b) II, III and V

c) I, III and V

d) All I, IV and V.

e) None of the above.

Statements II, III and V weakens the argument delivered in the passage.

Statement II weakens the argument of the passage since it contradicts the passage’s stand that regionalism is the main cause of disintegration of the nation.

Statement III weakens the argument of the passage because it is against the view conveyed in the passage that aryans preached their superiority over the native people.

Q.10) What assumptions can be inferred from the above passage.

a) Regionalism exists in India

b) Some people in India consider their own culture as superior to others.

c) Both (a) and (b)

d) Neither (a) nor (b).

e) None of these.

It is clearly understood from the passage that regionalism and the idea of superiority claimed by certain people is followed in india.

Q.11) What is the above statement which strengthens the arguments conveyed in the passage?

a) I and III

b) II and IV

c) III and V

d) I and IV

e) None of the above