For the following questions answer them individually
T is the father of M and P. P is the only daughter of V. M is married to N. A and B are children of M. How is V related to B ?
A severe cyclonic storm hit the Eastern coastlii;te last month resulting in huge loss of life and property on the entire east coast and the Government had to disburse a considerable amount for relief activities through the district administration machineries. Which of the following may possibly be a follow up measure to be taken by the Government?
These questions consist of a question and two statements numbered I and H given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and mark the appropriate answer.
Give answer :
a: The data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
b: The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
c: The data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
d: The data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
e: The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement I are not sufficient to answer the question.
In a building, the ground floor is numbered one, first floor is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered five. Amongst five people- M, N, O, P and Q, each living on a different floor, but not necessarily in the same order, on which floor does Q live ?
I. O lives on an odd numbered floor. M lives immediately below O. Only two people live between M and P. N lives neither immediately below M nor immediately below P.
II. N lives on an even numbered floor. Only two people live between N and O. Only one person lives between O and Q.
Among people A, B, C, D, E and F, each having a different height, who is the second shortest ?
I. Only two people are taller than A. E is taller than both B and C. F is shorter than E. F is taller than C.
II. Only two people are shorter than D. A is taller than D but shorter than E. F is neither the tallest nor the shortest. B is taller than C.
How many people are standing between A and D (Note: All are standing in a straight line facing north) ?
I. K stands second from the left end of the line. Only four people stand between K and T. Y is an immediate neighbour of T. A stands second to the right of Y. As many people stand between K and D as between A and D.
II. A stands second from the right end of the line. Z stands third from the left end of the line. D stands exactly in the centre of the line. As many people stand between A and T as between D and Z.
How far and in which direction is Point M from Point S ?
I. Point E is 2m to the east of Point S. Point B is 4m to the south of Point E. Point L is 10m to the east of Point B. Point L forms a midpoint of the vertical straight line of 8m formed by joining points Q and D. Point M is 5m to the west of Point Q.
II. Point M is 8m to the north of Point A. Point M forms the midpoint of the horizontal straight line formed by joining points O and F. Point F is 8m to the west of Point O. Point S is 4m to the west of Point F.
Amongst six people-P, Q R, S, T and U standing around a circle, some facing the centre while some facing outside (i.e. oppositeto the centre) but not necessarily in the same order, what is the position of T with respect to U ?
I. P stands second to the right of R. R faces the centre. Q stands second to the left of P. Q is an immediate neighbour of both U and T. U and P face opposite directions (i.e. if U faces the centre then P faces outside and vice-versa.) Only two people stand between P and T.
II. Only two people stand between R and U. P stands to the immediate left of U. P faces outside. R is an immediate neighbour of T.
In these questions, two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II are given. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Give answer :
a: If either conclusion I or II follows
b: If neither conclusion I nor II follows
c: If only conclusion II follows
d: If both conclusions I and II follow
e: If only conclusion I follows
Some coffee is tea.
All tea is water.
All water is milk.
I. All coffee being water is a possibility.
II. All milk is tea.
No sea is a sky.
Some skies are kites.
All kites are balloons.
I. Some balloons are seas.
II. All balloons being skies is a possibility.
Some stars are planets.
Some planets are galaxies.
Some galaxies are suns.
I. All suns being galaxies is a possibility.
II. Some galaxies are stars.