1 . 
Direction (Q. 15): Study the following information to answer the given questions.
In a certain code language, 'summer is not pleasant always' is written as 'mo ra tic su na', 'pleasant season is spring' is written as 'die ra nic mo', 'always likes spring' is written as 'phi su nic', and 'hot summer season' is written as 'tic ga die'.
Which of the following is the code for 'not' ?


Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
C


Explanation : 

No Explanation






2 . 
What does 'die' stand for ?


Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
C


Explanation : 

No Explanation






3 . 
Which of the following represents the code for 'spring is hot' ?


Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
D


Explanation : 

Spring  nic
is  either ra or mo
hot  ga






4 . 
'tic phi die' is the code for which of the following ?


Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
B


Explanation : 

tic  summer
phi  likes
dic  season






5 . 
Which of the following may represent 'nobody likes hot season' ?


Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
D


Explanation : 

nobody  zo  (new code for new word)
likes  phi
hot  ga
season  dic






6 . 
Direction (Q. 610) : Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question and mark the appropriate option as answer.
A, B, C, D and E are sitting in a row. If B is sitting between A and E, who is sitting in the middle? (All are facing north.)
I. A is sitting to the right of D, but to the left of B.
II. C always sits at either of the extreme ends.
III Neither B nor D is an immediate neighbour of C.


Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
D


Explanation : 

Given, A B E
E B A
From I : D A B E
There are three possible arrangements.
C D A B E
D C A B E
D A B E C
Thus, we can't say exactly who sits in the middle.
From I and II : There are two possible arrangements.
C D A B E
D A B E C
Thus, we can't say exactly who sits in the middle.
From II and III : The possible arrangements are :
D A B E C
C A B E D
D E B A C
C E B A D
Thus, B sits at the middle position.
Thus, both II and III together are sufficient.
From I and III : The possible arrangements is :
D A B E C
Thus, B sits at the middle position.
Thus, both I and III together are sufficient.






7 . 
How is 'growth' written in a code language ?
I 'inflation hits growth' is written as '3 7 5'.
II 'least inflation higher growth' is written as '5 7 4 1'.
II 'least growth since recession' is written as '2 1 6 7'.


Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
C


Explanation : 

From I:
inflation hits growth  3 7 5 .....(1)
From II :
least inflation highest growth  5 7 4 1 ......(2)
From III :
least growth since recession  2 1 6 7 ......(3)
From I and II : inflation growth  7 5
Thus, we can't find the exact code for growth.
From II and III : least growth  1 7
Thus, we can't find the exact code for grwoth
From I and III : growth  7
Thus, only I and II together are sufficient.






8 . 
Among A, B, C, D and E, each having a different weight, who is the lightest ?
I C is heavier than D but lighter than A.
II B is lighter than only E.
III A is not the lightest.


Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
A


Explanation : 

From I : A > C > D
From II : E > B >
From I and II : E > B > A > C > D
Thus, D is the lighest.
Thus, only I and II together are sufficient.
From II and III : Nothing is said about C and
D thus, we can't say exactly who is the lighest.
From I and III : A > C > D
Nothing is said about B and E.
Thus, we can't say exactly who is the lighest
Thus, both I and III together are not sufficient






9 . 
How is P related to K ?
I Sis one of the brothers of P.
II K is sister of M, who is mother of S.
III L is the only sister of P.


Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
D


Explanation : 

From I : S is one of the brothers of P.
But P's gender is unknown.
From II : K is the sister of M and the aunt of S.
From III : L is the only sister of P.
P's gender is unknown.
From I and II : P is either the niece or nephew of K.
Since p's gender is not known, therefore, we can't find the exact relationship.
Thus, both I and II together are not sufficient.
From II and III : we can not find the relationship between K and P.
Thus II and III together are not sufficient.
From I and III : Nothing is known about K Thus, we can't find any relationship between P and K.
Thus I and III together are not sufficient.
From I, II and III : Since P's gender is not know, it is not possible to find the exact relationship between P and K.
Thus, all I, II and III even together are not sufficient.






10 . 
On which date in April was Mohit's mother's wedding anniversary ?
I Mohit correctly remembers that his father's wedding anniversary is after 14th but before 19th April.
II Mohit's sister Richa correctly remembers that her mother's wedding anniversary is after 17th but before 21st April.
III Mohit's mother correctly remembers that it was not an oddnumbered date.


Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
A


Explanation : 

From I : Possible dates are :
15, 16, 17, 18
From II : Possible dates are :
18, 19, 20
From III : Dates is not an odd number
From I and II : Possible date is 18th April.
Thus, I and II together are sufficient.
From II and III : Possible dates are :
18, 20
Thus, II and III together are not sufficient.
From I and III : Possible dates are :
16, 18
Thus, I and II together are not sufficient.






