# Analytical Reasoning Online Mock Test- Page 4

Analytical Reasoning Online Mock Test- Page 4

## Analytical Reasoning Question Answers 4

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 Question 1
Directions for Questions 1-2: Find the missing term: GOLDEN : HQOHJT :: SILVER : ?
 A TLOZJW B TKOJZY C TLOZJX D TKOZJX
 Question 2
PRINT : 79952 :: FAULT : ?
 A 61332 B 61442 C 51332 D 61554
 Question 3
Directions for Questions 3-5: Given below is a set of statements. Examine the statements and state the nature of relationship between them:A) Mumbai lies on the coast. B) The climate in Mumbai is very humid.
 A A is the cause and B is the effect. B B is the cause and A is the effect. C A and B are independent causes. D A and B are effects of independent causes.
 Question 4
A) Earth has seasons. B) Earth revolves around the sun.
 A A is the cause and B is the effect. B B is the cause and A is the effect. C A and B are independent causes. D A and B are effects of independent causes.
 Question 5
A) Gold is rare. B) Gold is precious.
 A A is the cause and B is the effect. B B is the cause and A is the effect. C A and B are independent causes. D A and B are effects of independent causes.
 Question 6
A told B that C is his father's nephew. D is A's cousin but neither brother nor mother of C. How is D related to C?
 A Sister B Father C Mother D Aunt
 Question 7
Pointing Jatin, Rashi said, "His sister is my mother's only daughter". How is Rashi related to Jatin?
 A Granddaughter B Daughter C Sister D Mother
 Question 8
If SPAIN is written as 68512 and FRANCE is writtenas 795243, how is AFRICA coded?
 A 579845 B 579235 C 579145 D 578915
 Question 9
In a certain language, if MADRAS is coded as NBESBT, how is BOMBAY coded?
 A CPNCBX B CPNCBZ C CPOCBZ D CQOCBZ
 Question 10
In a certain code SIKKIM is written as THLJJL. How is TRAINING written in that code?
 A UQBJOHOH B UQBHOHOF C UQBJOHHO D SQBHOHOH
 Question 11
Directions for Questions 11-12: The question below is followed by two statements. Find whether the data in given statements are sufficient to answer the question and choose the correct alternative given.How many mangoes does Renu eat on Thursday? I) Renu eats 2 mangoes on the first day. II) Everyday she eats 2 mangoes more than the previous day.
 A Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question. B Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question. C Statement I and II are together sufficient to answer the question but neither of the statements alone is sufficient. D Question cannot be answered unless more information is provided.
 Question 12
Akshay and Aashish are travelling from Mumbai to Pune on different motor bikes. Who reached mumbai first?I) On their way Akshay overtook Aashish thrice and Aashish also overtook Akshay thrice. II) They both started at the same time and Aashish overtook Akshay first.
 A Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question. B Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question. C Statement I and II are together sufficient to answer the question but neither of the statements alone is sufficient. D Either of the statements I and II are sufficient to answer the question independently.
 Question 13
Some statements are given. Choose the correct set of three statements that make a logical sequence.A) All painters are humorists. B) Some cartoonists are singers. C) Some cartoonists are painters. D) All cartoonists are humorists. E) Some humorists are cartoonists. F) Some humorists are painters.
 A ABD B ECF C CDE D DCF
 Question 14
Choose the conclusion that can be drawn from the   given statements. Statements: I. All reds are blues. II. All blues are yellows. III. All browns are yellows. Conclusions: I. Some reds are browns. II. Some blues are reds. III. Some yellows are reds. IV. All yellows are blues.
 A Only I follows B II and III follows C I and IV follows D Only II follows
 Question 15
Some statements are given. Choose the correct set of three statements that make a logical sequence. A) Some sauces are spicy. B) All sauces are spicy. C) Some ketchups are jams. D) All ketchups are spicy. E) Some sauces may be spicy. F) All ketchups are sauces.
 A FBD B AFD C DBF D BFE
 Question 16
Directions for Questions 16-18: Read the following information and answer the questions that follow: L, M, N, P and Q are studying Music, Tennis, French, English and Guitar. They like different food items ie, pizza burger, ice-cream, aloochat and sandwich. (1) The student who likes ice-cream never study Music. (2) The student who studying Guitar, Likes pizza. (3) M studies English and P studies Music. (4) The student who studies French, never like aloochat. (5) L likes alloochat and Q likes sandwich. Which subject does the student study who likes burger?
 A Tennis B Guitar C Music D French
 Question 17
Which of the students likes ice-cream?
 A L B M C N D P
 Question 18
Which food does the student like who studies French?
 A Pizza B Ice-cream C Sandwich D Burger
 Question 19
Directions for Questions 19-21: Given below is a set of statements. Examine the statements and choose the correct alternative about conclusion:  Statements: Salt has bitter taste. My medicine has bitter taste. Conclusion: My medicine may have salt in it.
 A Conclusion is definitely true B Conclusion is probably true. C Conclusion is probably false. D Data is inadequate.
 Question 20
Statements: Water is a liquid. Rice is of the colour of water.Conclusion: Rice is water.
 A Conclusion is definitely true B Conclusion is probably true. C Conclusion is probably false. D Data is inadequate.
 Question 21
Statements: December is a winter month. Winter months are cold.Conclusion: December is cold.
 A Conclusion is definitely true B Conclusion is probably true. C Conclusion is probably false. D Data is inadequate.
 Question 22
Directions for Questions 22-23:Each of these questions are followed by two statements. Examine them and choose the correct alternative.  Which is heavier; 1 kg of iron or 1 kg of cotton?I) 1 kg of iron is heavier. II) Both are equal.
 A Statement I follows. B Statement II follows. C Both I and II follows. D None follows.
 Question 23
Ram is Sundari's brother and Vinod's brother–in–law. Ram is unmarried and has 2 married sisters. Vidya is Ram's Mother. I) Vinod may or may never be married to Sundari. II) Vidya is Vinod's mother–in–law.
 A Statement I follows. B Statement II follows. C Both I and II follows. D None follows.
 Question 24
A = B means A is daughter of B, A || B means A is son of B, A >> B means A is B's sibling, A << B means A is B's grandchild. Which of the following necessarily means that A is 'B's father?
 A B << C and A = C B A << C and B || C C A >> C and B || C D None of these options
 Question 25
If in a coded language, A O B means A is taller than B, A ∆ B means A is shorter than B, A □ B means A is as tall as B. Then, which of the following represents that C is the shortest in the group of C, D and E?
 A D O E; E □ C B D ∆ C; E □ C C D O E; E ∆ C D D O C; E O C
 Question 26
Directions for Questions 26-27: Select the pair which is similar in relation to the pair given in the question. Foundation: House
 A Pen : Pencil B Paper : Wood C Pedestal : Statue D Inkpot : Ink
 Question 27
Dog : Faithful
 A Lamb : Gentle B Cow : Funny C Goat : Mutton D Cat : Mew
 Question 28
Rahul walks 10m towards North. He then turns left and walks 20m. He again turns left and walks 10m; Again he moves 10m after turning to his right, How far is he from his original position?
 A 30m B 25m C 15m D 10m
 Question 29
A person goes towards East 5km; then he takes a turn to south-west and goes 5 km. He again takes a turn NorthWest and goes 5 km. With respect to the point from where he started, where is he now?
 A In North B In West C In North-South D In South-West
 Question 30
Early morning after sunrise Raju was standing in front of his house in such a way, that his shadow was falling exactly behind him. He starts walking straight and walks 5m. He turns to his left and walks 3m and again turning to his left walks 2m. Now in which direction is he from his starting point?
 A South B North C South-west D North-East
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