# Analytical Reasoning Online Mock Test- Page 5

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## Analytical Reasoning Question Answers 5

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 Question 1
Directions for Questions 1-3: 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. Four friends A, B, C and D participated in a race. Who won the race? I) B took lesser time than A and C to finish the race. II) A took lesser time than C and D to finish the race.
 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 2
How many candidates out of P, Q, R, S and T have been selected in the interview? I) True statement: One of P, R and S have been selected. II) False statement: Atleast one of Q, S and T have been selected in the interview.
 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 3
Ram and Lakshman are two brothers married to two sisters Urmila and Sita never in that order. Whom is Rammarried to? I) Sita is married to Ram or Lakshman II) Ram is married to Urmila or Sita.
 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 4
Directions for Questions 4-6: Each of these questions are followed by two statements. Examine them and choose the correct alternative. Gandhiji appreciates cleanliness and inspired others for same. Babu is Gandhiji's follower and believe in all his principles. I) Babu appreciates cleanliness. II) Babu is inspired by Gandhiji.
 A Statement I follows. B Statement II follows. C Both I and II follows. D None follows.
 Question 5
Movies are entertaining. Movies are educative. PK movie is drama. I. PK movie is educative II. PK movie is entertaining.
 A Statement I follows B Statement II follows C Both I and II follows. D None follows.
 Question 6
Some realists are practical. Socrates is a realist. Plato is realist. I) Socrates may be practical. II) Plato is practical.
 A Statement I follows. B Statement II follows. C Both I and II follows. D None follows.
 Question 7
Directions for Questions 7-9: Read the following information and answer the questions that follow: Rekha and Ajay are the two judges at a beauty contest, selecting candidates for various international beauty pageants. Each of them is required to select a group of three candidates from a total of 7 contestants available. The 7 contestants are M, N, O, P, Q, R, and S. The groups have to be mutually exclusive. The following further restrictions apply: 1] If one judge selects N or Q, then the other judge has to select P or S respectively and vice versa. 2] S and M both can never be selected by the same person and, P and R never go together. All of the following selections made by the judges are incorrect, other than:
 A Rekha (MNO) and Ajay (PQR) B Rekha (MNS) and Ajay (OPQ) C Rekha (NQS) and Ajay (MPR) D Rekha (OPQ) and Ajay (NRS)
 Question 8
If Rekha selects N, then which of the following is true ?
 A M must be selected by Rekha B R must be selected by Ajay. C Q must not be selected by Rekha. D R must not be selected by Ajay.
 Question 9
If N and Q are in Rekha's selection, then Ajay's selection must include :
 A M, P and R B M, R and S C O, R and S D O, P and S
 Question 10
Directions for Questions 10-12: Select the pair which is similar in relation to the pair given in the question. Cultivate : Crop
 A Nature : Child B Secure : Possession C Babble : Talk D Sing : Song
 Question 11
Lifeboat : Ship
 A Trapeze : Circus B Ship : Canoe C Parachute : Aeroplane D Engine : Motor
 Question 12
Clove : Spices
 A Honey : Sweet B Red : Colour C Water : Rain D Camphor : Oil
 Question 13
Directions for Questions 13-16: Find the odd one out.
 A T W Z B A C E C B D G D H J L
 Question 14
A) Tortoise B) Spider C) Snail D) Crab
 A A B B C C D D
 Question 15
A) AK B) CM C) EP D) DN
 A A B B C C D D
 Question 16
A) YW  B) SQ   C) NL   D) HE
 A A B B C C D D
 Question 17
Directions for Questions 17-20: Find missing term in the following series:  101, 401, 901, 1601, 2501,….. ,4901
 A 5501 B 7601 C 4201 D 3601
 Question 18
3, 8, 15, 24,……,48
 A 32 B 33 C 34 D 35
 Question 19
0, 2, 6, 12, 20,……, 42
 A 25 B 30 C 32 D 40
 Question 20
110, 132, 156, 182,……
 A 210 B 201 C 211 D 212
 Question 21
Directions for Questions 21-23: Find the missing term: E8T, H7R, ? , N5N, Q4L
 A L6P B K6Q C K6P D K9P
 Question 22
1000 : 10 :: 1331 : ?
 A 11 B 21 C 101 D 139
 Question 23
ANTICIPATION: ICITNANOITAP:: PRODUCTIVITY : ?
 A CUDORPYTIVIT B CUDORPTIVTI C CUDOPRYTIVIT D CUDORPTYIVIT
 Question 24
Directions for Questions 24-26: Read the following information and answer the questions that Sfollow: There are six children playing football namely G, H, I, J, K and L. G and K are brothers, L is the only sister of K. I is the only son of G's uncle. H and J are the daughters of the brother of I's father. How is J related to G?
 A Sister B Niece C Cousin D Uncle
 Question 25
How is I related to L?
 A Cousin B Son C Uncle D Brother
 Question 26
How many male players are there?
 A One B Three C Four D Five
 Question 27
Directions for Questions 27-28: Some statements are given. Choose the correct set of three statements that make a logical sequence. A) Aspirin is medicine. B) All analgesics are medicines. C) Aspirin is analgesic. D) Some analgesics are medicines. E) Antacids are medicines. F) Aspirin may be analgesic.
 A ABF B CED C EAF D BDC
 Question 28
A) Some shirts are trousers. B) All shirts are trousers. C) Some jackets are woolens. D) All jackets are trousers. E) Some shirts may be trousers. F) All jackets are shirts.
 A AFD B DBF C FBD D BFE
 Question 29
Directions for Questions 29-30: The question has three statements and some conclusions. Choose the conclusion that logically follows.  Statements: I. All teachers are learned. II. Some writers are learned. III. Arundhati is a writer. Conclusions: I. Arundhati is learned. II. Some teachers are writers. III. All writers are teachers. IV. Arundhati may be learned.
 A Only I follows B I and II follows C III and IV follows D Only IV follows
 Question 30
Statements: I. All rats are dogs. II. All dogs are cats. III. All cows are cats. Conclusions: I. Some rats are cows. II. Some dogs are rats. III. Some cats are rats. IV. All cats are dogs.
 A Only I follows B Only II follows C II and III follows D All follows
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