## Reasoning Questions For CAT – MAT – XAT – BANK PO EXAMS

February 24th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Reasoning Questions– Directions for next 4 Reasoning Ability Questions for CAT: Answer these cat reasoning ability questions on the basis of the information given below.

Among six friends – A, B, C, D, E and F – three are wearing a Blue dress, two are wearing a Red dress and one is wearing a Green dress. Three of them are employed, two are unemployed and one is a student. Also, three of them own only a Bicycle each, two of them own only a scooter each and one owns only a Mobike. Except C and D, no two friends have more than one similar attribute in common. Further the following information is known.

(i) C, who does not wear a Blue dress, does not have the same kind of vehicle as A.
(ii) Each of the four persons A, B, D and E have exactly one attribute in common with the person who owns the kind of vehicle which no other person owns.
(iii) The student does not own a Bicycle.
(iv) For A, B and F, there is one common attribute and that is not the color of dress.

1. Who owns the Mobike?
a. C
b. F
c. D
d. Either C or F

2. What is the color of the dress that the student wears?
a. Blue
b. Green
c. Red
d. Cannot be determined

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## Simple Logical Questions And Answers

February 18th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Simple Logical Questions And Answers– Directions for next 4 Simple logical questions: Answers the logical questions based on the following information.
The Australian cricket team will be visiting India soon. The matches are to be held in four cities: Mumbai; Chennai; Kolkata; and Delhi. Due to the past record, these places are famous and called ‘batsman’s paradise’, ‘spin magic’, ‘fast track’, and ‘poor outfeild’, although not in this order. At each of these places, an award will be given to one Indian cricket superstar of the past. These four players will be Bishan Singh Bedi, Sunil Gavaskar, Kapil Dev and Mohinder Amarnath.

I. Each of the four celebrities, will be in the stands for exactly more than the one in which he has to receive the award.
II. Delhi has always been favorable to spin bowling and hence aptly known as ‘spin magic’.
III. Neither Kolkata nor Mumbai will be honoring Bishan Singh Bedi.
IV. The one who will be honors at kolkata will also be present at the ‘poor outfeild’.
V. The city famous as ‘poor outfeild’ will be honoring kapil Dev.
VI. Mohinder Amarnath will be honored at ‘fast track’ and will watch the matches only in the company of Kapil Dev.
VII. Sunil Gavaskar will be honored in Mumbai and will not be visiting Kolkata and Chennai.

1. Mumbai is known as
a. spin magic
b. poor outfield
d. fast track
e. None of these

2. Kolkata will be honoring
a. Bishan Singh Bedi
b. Kapil Dev
c. Mohinder Amarnath
d. Cannot be determined
e. None of (a), (b), (c)

3. The maximum number of celebrities to visit Kolkata is
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
e. None of these

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## Sample CAT Verbal Questions

February 15th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Sample CAT Verbal Questions: Directions for next 4 Sample CAT Verbal Questions: In each Sample CAT verbal questions, the word at the top of the table is used in 4 different ways, numbered 1 to 4. Choose the option in which the usage of the word is INCORRECT or INAPROPRIATE.

1. PACK
a. The announcement was designed to pack the irate crowd.
b. Pack the earth down around the plant.
c. The band can still pack out concert halls.
d. What made you pack up a good job like that?

2. COME
a. The doctor says the patient will soon come around
b. If you waste your time, you will surely come to grief.
c. His real character will soon come around light.
d. I don’s think such a thing will ever come to pass.

3. CALL
a. I’;; be on call the night of the party.
b. It is difficult to call around the events of one’s childhood.
c. New responsibilities often call out virtues and abilities unsuspected before.
d. Please call in a doctor at once.

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## CAT Quantitative Questions

February 15th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

CAT Quantitative Questions: Directions for next 3 CAT Quantitative Questions: Refer to the data below and answer the cat quantitative questions that follow.
The registration number of my car is ABCD and that of my scooter is DCBA. Incidentally, both ABCD and DCBA are four digit prime numbers. Also, A, B, C, D are prime but each alphabet need not be the different i.e. A may be equal to C and so on. Answer the following questions on the basis of the given information.

1. Which is the smallest Prime number in the order ABCD which satisfies the given condition?
a. 3377
b. 7752
c. 3257
d. 3335

2. Which is the largest number possible in the order DCBA?
a. 7733
b. 3335
c. 7757
d. 5223

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## Logical Reasoning Sample Questions and Answers

February 13th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Logical Reasoning Sample Questions and Answers- Directions for next 4 Sample Logical Questions: Refer to the data below and answer the sample logical questions that follow.

Four boys A, B, C, D and four girls P, Q, R, S are going for competition, under the guidance of four instructors I1, I2, I3, I4. The groups are formed under the following conditions:

1. A group should have atleast 1 boy, 1 girl and 1 instructor.
2. Only three groups are to be formed.
3. A does not want to go with R.
4. B always goes with S only when I1 is in the group.
5. I3 does not want R or D in his group.
6. S and P are not in the same group, if I4 is instructor.

1. Which of the following groups are possible?
I. A, B, S, I1
II. Q, C, S, I3
III. C, B, A, I1
a. Only I
b. Only II
c. I and III
d. I and II

2. Among instructors I1, I2 are males and I3, I4 are females. If group of 4 with majority of females has to be formed. Which of the following is not possible?
a. A, I4, S, Q
b. C, I3, S, P
c. C, I4, R, Q
d. D, I3, P, Q

3. How many groups of four are possible with S and I3. What are the possibilities for their group?
a. 5
b. 4
c. 6
d. 3

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## Easy Quantitative Ability Questions

February 13th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Quantitative Ability Questions: Directions for next 3 quantitative ability questions: Refer to the data below and answer the quantitative ability questions that follow.

In an examination of 120 students, 90 students passed in English, 65 students passed in Maths and 75 students passed in Sceince. If 30 students passed in only one subject and 55 students in only two.

1. How many students passed in all the three subjects?
a. 25
b. 30
c. 35
d. 20
e. Data insufficient

2. How many students passed in Maths and/or Science but failed in English?
a. 15
b. 20
c. 25
d. 30
e. Data insufficient

3. Find the number of students who passed in at least two subjects.
a. 85
b. 25
c. 95
d. 55
e. Data Insufficient

## Data Interpretation, Data Interpretation Questions, Sample Data Interpretation

February 6th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Data Interpretation: Directions for next 5 data interpretation questions: Refer to the line graph below and answer the data interpretation questions that bellow.

1. What is the average of simple annual growth rate of turnover of Direct selling business in India during the given period?
a. 42%
b. 60%
c. 78%
d. 137.5%

2. If Wamay and Nova were only companies in the direct selling business in India till 1998 with the Wamay market share three times that of Nova, then what is percentage growth in Nova’s turnover during the given period?
a. 10%
b. 15.6%
c. 35%
d. 46.7%

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## Sample Reasoning Ability Questions

February 6th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Sample Reasoning Ability Questions. Directions for next 4 Sample Reasoning Ability Questions: Read the following information carefully and answer the sample reasoning ability questions that follow.

Six dancers – Lakshmi, Madhumati, Rani, Rohini, Asha and Kriti perform six different dances: Kathakali, Kathak, Garba, Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi and Western, not necessarily in the same order, they belong to six different states: UP, MP, Maharasthra, Orissa, Gujarat and Karnataka. Following things are known about their choices.
I. Asha knows Kathak but does not belong to Gujarat and Maharasthra.
II. Rani and Kriti do not know both Bharatnatyam and Kathakali, but belong to Karnataka and UP respectively.
III. Dancer from MP knows Kathak.
IV. Lakshmi, Rani and Madhumati don’t know Garba or Western.
V. Rohini can perform Western while Lakshmi knows Bharatnatyam.
VI. Lakshmi does not belong to Gujarat while Madhumati belongs to Orissa.

1. Kuchipudi is performed by
a. Rani
b. Rohini
c. Kriti
e. None of these

2. Rohini belongs to
a. Orissa
b. Maharasthra
c. Gujarat
d. UP
e. None of these

3. Garba is performed by
a. Rani
b. Kriti
c. Rohini
e. None of these

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## Sample Verbal Questions For CAT

February 6th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Sample Verbal Questions For CAT- Directions for next 3 Sample verbal questions for CAT: In each sample verbal questions, the word at the top of the table is used if four different ways, numbered a to d. Choose the option in which the usage of the word is INCORRECT or INAPPRPRIATE.

1. Strike
a. I was struck by her choice resemblance to my aunt.
b. The Ambanis have struck gold at their venture in the telecom sector.
c. I firmly hold it to be a sin to strike a child.
d. The serial killer has struck yet again.

2. Wear
a. her old shoes were beginning to show signs of wear.
b. You will get years of wear out of that fur coat.
c. the effects of your long illness will soon wear.
d. the men in the army wear short hair.

3. Weather
a. She goes out jogging in all weather.
b. If you are under the weather, you need not go for the party tonight.
c. She managed to weather the rough period of her life quite bravely.
d. With exposure to sun, these bricks weather to a pinkish brown color.

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## Sample Quantitative Questions For CAT

February 6th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Quantitative Questions For CAT: Directions for next 3 Quantitative Questions: Answer the quantitative questions on the basis of the information given below.

P, Q and R run on the tracks made in the shape of a star, pentagon and circle, respectively. The radius of the circle is ‘r’ and side of the pentagon = 2a and OX = 2OL = 2b. O is the centre of the figure.

1. Find distance traveled by ‘P’.
a. 5(r² + 3a²)½
b. 10(r² + 3a²/2)½
c. 10(r² + 2a²)½
d. 10(r² + 3a²/4)2

2. If a + b = r 10 km and P travels at a speed of 10 km/hr. Find time taken by P to complete one round.
a. 6.52 hours.
b. 8.5 hours
c. 8 hours
d. 7.21 hours

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