# Reasoning Ability Quiz: 19 March 2021

Reasoning Ability Quiz: 19 March 2021 Published by: Anmol Bhatnagar Updated Fri, 19 Mar 2021 02:36 PM IST

Reasoning Ability Quiz: 19 March 2021

Directions (1-5): In the following question below some statements are given followed by some conclusions. Taking the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts, read the entire conclusion and then decide which of the given conclusion logically follows in the given statement.

Q 1) Statements: A = B, C ≤ B, C ≥ D, D < E
Conclusions:
I. E < B
II. D ≤ A
III. B ≤ A

a) Only 1 is true
b) Only 2 is true
c) Only 3 is true
d) Only 2 and 3 are true
e) Only 1 and 2 are true

Q -2) Statements: L > O, O ≥ G, Q ≤ G
Conclusions:
I.

### Free Demo Classes

Source: safalta.com

L > G -
II.  Q ≤ O
III. Q < O

a) Only 1 and 2 are true
b) Only 2 and 3 are true
c) Only 1 and 3 are true
d) All 1, 2 and 3 are true
e) None of the above

Q 3). Statements: P > M = O < B < K > J
Conclusion:
I. J < O
II. P > B

a) If only conclusion 1 is true
b) If only conclusion 2 is true
c) If only conclusion 3 is true
d) If either conclusion or conclusion 2 is true
e) If neither conclusion 1 nor conclusion 2 is true

Q 4) Statements: A = B > C > D > E; F < C
Conclusion:
I. F < A
II. E < C

a) If only Conclusion I is true
b) If only Conclusion II is true
c) If either Conclusion I or II is true
d) If neither Conclusion I nor II is true
e) If both Conclusions I and II are true

Q 5) Statements: O < R > E > N; O > U; N > A
Conclusion:
I. A > R
II. R > U

a) If only Conclusion I is true
b) If only Conclusion II is true
c) If either conclusion or conclusion 2 is true
d) If neither Conclusion I nor II is true
e) If both Conclusions I and II are true

Q: 6-10) In the following question below some statements are given followed by some conclusions. Taking the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts, read the entire conclusion and then decide which of the given conclusion logically follows in the given statement.

Q-6)
Statements:
All Pen are Pencil.
Some Book are Pencil.
All Notes are Book.
Conclusions:
I. Some Book is Pen.
II. Some Notes are Pencil.
III. Some Pencil are Pens.
IV. No Notes is Pencil.

a) Only either II or IV and III follow
b) Only either II or IV and I follow
c) Only either I or II and IV follow
d) None follows
e) All follow

Q 7) Statements:
All Red is Green.
No Green is Blue.
All Blue is Black.
Conclusions:
I. Some Black is Blue.
II. Some Green is Red.
III. Some Red is Blue.

a) All follows
b) Only either I or II and III follow
c) Only either I or III and II follow
d) Only either II or III and II follow
e) None of these

Q-8) Statements:
Only few Pens are Tab
Only few Tab are Word
Conclusion:
I. All Tab can be pen
II. All Tab can be word

a)Only conclusion I follows
b)Only conclusion II follows
c)Either conclusion I or II follows
d)Neither Conclusion I nor II follows
e) Both Conclusion  I and II follows

Q-9) Statements:
Some Red are Blue
Only few blue are green
Conclusion:
l. Some Red are not Green
ll. All Blue are green is a possibility

a)Only conclusion I follows
b)Only conclusion II follows
c)Either conclusion I or II follows
d)Neither Conclusion I nor II follows
e) Both Conclusion  I and II follows

Q-10) Statements:
All Pencil are Pen
All pen are Paper
All paper are Book
Conclusion:
l. Some pen are paper
ll. some book are not paper
lll. All paper are pen

a)Only conclusion I follows
b)Only conclusion II follows
c)Either conclusion I or II follows
d)Neither Conclusion I nor II follows
e) Both Conclusion  I and II follows

Solution:
1) ANS- b) Only 2 is true
A = B, C ≤ B, C ≥ D, D < E
On combining: A = B ≥ C ≥ D < E
Conclusions:
I.E < B – False (A = B ≥ C ≥ D < E)
II. D ≤ A – True (A = B ≥ C ≥ D < E)
III. B ≤ A – False (A = B ≥ C ≥ D < E)

2)ANS- a) Only 1 and 2 are true
Statements: L > O, O ≥ G, Q ≤ G
On combining: L > O≥ G≥ Q
Conclusions:
I. L > G – True (L > O≥ G≥ Q)
II.  Q ≤ O – True (L > O≥ G≥ Q)
III. Q < O – False (L > O≥ G≥ Q)

3)ANS- e) If neither conclusion 1 nor conclusion 2 is true
Statements: P > M = O < B < K > J
Conclusion
I. J < O – False (O < B < K > J)
II. P > B – False (P > M = O < B)

4)ANS- e) If both Conclusions I and II are true
Statements: A = B > C > D > E; F < C
On combining: A = B > C > D > E;  F < C > D > E; A = B > C > F
Conclusion:
I. F < A – True (A = B > C > F)
II. E < C – True (C > D > E)
Therefore, Both Conclusions I and II are true

5) ANS- b) If only Conclusion II is true
Statements: O < R > E > N; O > U; N > A
On combining:  U < O < R > E > N > A
Conclusion:
I. A > R – False (R > E > N > A )
II. R > U – True (U < O < R)

6)a) Only either II or IV and III follow

7)e) None of these

8) Only conclusion I follows

9)Neither Conclusion I nor II follows

10) Only conclusion I follows

## Start Learning & Earning

### Trending Courses

##### Master Digital Marketing Program Batch-3

Now at just ₹ 49999 ₹ 12500060% off

##### Advance Digital Marketing Course (Batch-15) : 150 Hours Learning

Now at just ₹ 15999 ₹ 3599956% off

##### Super Advance Digital Marketing Course: Classroom Program at NOIDA

Now at just ₹ 29999 ₹ 9999970% off

##### Basic Digital Marketing Course (Batch-22): 50 Hours Live+ Recorded Classes!

Now at just ₹ 1499 ₹ 599975% off

##### Job Interview Skills Batch 7

Now at just ₹ 999 ₹ 999990% off

##### Advance Graphic Designing Course (Batch-7) : 150 Hours of Learning

Now at just ₹ 12999 ₹ 2999957% off

##### Graphic Designing (Mobile Tools Only) Batch-17: 50 Hours Live+ Recorded Classes!

Now at just ₹ 1499 ₹ 599975% off

Now at just ₹ 2499 ₹ 800069% off

##### Advance Excel Course with VBA

Now at just ₹ 4499 ₹ 999955% off