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Question 1: If the code for SUPER is 32145, the code for PROM is 8259 and the code for SUDI is 0743, then which of the following can be the code for PRIDE?

a) 05892

b) 71205

c) 20578

d) 73591

e) 73519

Question 2: Directions : Given below are few facts. Based on these facts, select the statement which has the best conclusion that can be drawn from the given facts.Facts :
Fact 1 : Football is the most popular sport in the world in the terms of money earned by the tournaments.
Fact 2 : India is the most revenue-generating and the biggest consumer of cricket broadcasts.
Fact 3 : Tennis ranks #1 in the world in the terms of money earned by individual players.Statements :
I. Although football generates more profit, the amount of money received per player is less than that received by tennis players.
II. India may be the most revenue-generating country in cricket, but the country lacks infrastructure to produce good players.
III. Although India is the most revenue-generating countries in cricket, no other sport is as popular in India as cricket.

a) Only I can be concluded

b) Only II can be concluded

c) Only III can be concluded

d) Both I and II can be concluded

e) Both II and III can be concluded

Question 3: Directions : A statement is given below. It is followed by a course of action, which is a step or decision to be taken for improvement of the situation presented in the statement. Considering the information given in the statement, find which of the given course of action should be taken logically.
Statement : Due to the hikes in ticket fares of trains, more and more people have switched to air travel as it is faster and more convenient. This has resulted in a tremendous growth in the revenue and profits generated by the airlines and the taxes earned by the government. However, it has been noticed that despite the significant overall improvement in the number of passengers, quite a few of the airports managed by the governments are running in losses, mainly ones in small or tier-II cities.
Course of Action :
I. The government should try to increase the overall flights to small airports to increase the air traffic there.
II. The small airports should be closed down as they do not serve any real purpose and are costing the exchequer a lot of money.
III. The profits earned from the busy airports should be used to fund the functioning of the small airports.

a) Only I should be pursued

b) Only II should be pursued

c) Only III should be pursued

d) Both I and III should be pursued

e) All three should be pursued

Question 4: Directions : A statement is given below. It is followed by a course of action, which is a step or decision to be taken for improvement of the situation presented in the statement. Considering the information given in the statement, find which of the given course of action should be taken logically.
Statement : Although the law says that discrimination against individuals on the basis of their gender, religion, caste, sexuality or marital status is illegal, the common practice in various residential societies in India prohibits bachelors of any sex from living in a flat there. The few people who are given a place for rent find it difficult to live there because of imposition of unreasonable restrictions on them.
Course of Action :
I. The bachelors should stop looking for places to live in societies that discriminate against them on the basis of their marital status or religion.
II. The bachelors should bribe the brokers and agents to lie on their behalf so that they can get the accommodation they want.
III. Bachelors should ask their employers to provide them with accommodation as they face a lot of difficulty in finding a place of their own.

a) Only I should be pursued

b) Only II should be pursued

c) Only III should be pursued

d) Both II and III should be pursued

e) All three should be pursued

Question 5: Directions : A statement is given below. It is followed by a course of action, which is a step or decision to be taken for improvement of the situation presented in the statement. Considering the information given in the statement, find which of the given course of action should be taken logically.
Statement : Due to the sky-high rates charged by local auto drivers and their reluctance to adhere to the government-imposed ‘meter rates’, the consumers have shifted to other means of commute, mostly cab companies operating from apps, leading to a high reduction in the earnings of the auto-drivers.
Course of Action :
I. The auto drivers should protest against the other cab companies trying to steal their livelihood.
II. The auto drivers should ask for an increase in the government sanctioned meter rates if the present ones are not profitable enough.
III. The auto drivers should also get an app developed to attract more customers.

a) Only I should be pursued

b) Only II should be pursued

c) Only III should be pursued

d) Both II and III should be pursued

e) All three should be pursued

Question 6: Given below is a statement followed by three arguments I, II and III. Decide which of the arguments is strong and supports the given statement and choose the option accordingly.
Should there be reservation for women in the parliamentary elections in India?
I: Yes. Because men are not able to frame laws related to women and their rights.
II. Yes. Though they represent half of our population, their presence in the parliament is very low.
III: No. Women should be treated at par with men and they should not be given any extra support in the form of reservation.

a) Only I is strong.

b) Only II is strong.

c) Only III is strong.

d) Both II and III are strong.

e) Both I and III are strong.

Question 7: Given below is a statement followed by three arguments I, II and III. Decide which of the arguments is strong and supports the given statement and choose the option accordingly.
Should ABC company ltd merge with xyz ltd?
I: Yes. Both companies are targeting the same group of customers.
II. Yes. Both companies belong to the same sector.
III: Yes. Both the companies are facing stiff competition from a third company and this merger will allow them to become the largest in the sector.

a) Only I is strong.

b) Only II is strong.

c) Only III is strong.

d) Both II and III are strong.

e) Both I and III are strong.

Question 8: In the second decade of the 21st century, smartphone-driven services have increased their market share and have become a staple diet for consumers who find an application for almost any work that they like to get done. Anyone venturing in with a new business model always makes sure to include some sort of services that the consumer can access to from the comfort of their palm. An increase in the tendency of the modern consumers has forced businesses to explore yet-to-be-explored avenues of delivering their services to the doorsteps of the consumers.
Which of the following is a reasonable conclusion drawn from the given information ?

a) The smartphone industry has revolutionized the profits of the businesses.

b) The modern consumers have become so habituated of apps that they have begun alienating other forms of businesses.

c) The smartphone industry has started affecting the profitability of the already established business houses.

d) The influx of apps in the market has increased the demand of professionals with the technical knowledge of creating and operating the apps.

e) The increasing use of apps by the consumers has lead to businesses adapting with the times and figuring out how to deliver their services to the consumers at their doorstep.

Question 9: Even though the government has announced various kinds of rebates and perks to citizens for using renewable sources of energy, the density of renewable energy devices’ installation does not show a lot of growth. There are a variety of theories cited for this – from reluctance of the citizens to slow bureaucracy to expensive options in place. The Department of Alternative Energy believes that the biggest hurdle to this is the high initial cost involved and wants to consult the finance ministry to implement a monthly installment plan for the citizens with tax benefits. They believe that this will give the citizens enough encouragement to install the systems in large numbers.
Which of the following is a logical conclusion drawn from the given information ?

a) A majority of people believe that renewable energy is not an expensive option.

b) The incentives provided to the people are not sufficient.

c) The ministry and the government have not advertised the benefits of installing renewable sources of energy properly.

d) The citizens believe not science but religion will bring a viable solution to the rising problem of global warming.

e) The government needs to collect more data to find out the reason why people are not opting for renewable sources of energy.

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Answers & Solutions:

1) Answer (B)

SUPER and SUDI have SU in common thus SU is coded 43 and thus, DI is coded 07 and PER is coded 521.
Thus, the code for PRIDE can be any combination of 52107.
Among the given options only option B uses all of 52107.
Hence, option B is the correct answer.

2) Answer (A)

Statement I is correct and can be inferred and concluded from fact 1 and fact 3. Statement II is incorrect as no definitive proof of the information is given in any of the 3 fats presented. Statement III is incorrect as although facts state that India generates most revenue for cricket, it does not state that no other sport is as popular in India as cricket.

Thus option A is the correct answer.

3) Answer (D)

The first course of action seems reasonable and viable as it may reduce the losses being incurred by the small city airports. The second course of action seems unfeasible as the loss of money can be due to various factors and shutting down the airport is not a good option as it has other benefits as well. The third course of action seems viable and reasonable as it will help reduce the losses being incurred by the airports in general.

Thus option D is the correct answer.

4) Answer (A)

The first course of action seems reasonable and feasible. The second course of action is not feasible because it is ethically wrong and may be a legal offence. The third course of action is not feasible as the task of finding accommodation is not the employer’s responsibility.

Thus option A is the correct answer.

5) Answer (B)

The first course of action is not feasible as no one is forcing the customers to choose the alternative. The second course of action seems feasible as it addresses the concerns of the drivers. The third action also seems beneficial to the situation as it is given that the primary competition to the autos are the app-based cab companies. However, the third action is an assumption and not an inference. Therefore only the second action seems responsible enough for the auto drivers to take to counter the problem.

Therefore, option B is the correct answer.

6) Answer (B)

The case has to be made for reservation for women in the parliament. To make the case for this, we need to show that the current system is under-representing women. To argue against it, we need to show that the current level of representation is fair.

I is not a strong argument because even if there are a few female lawmakers, they can adequately form laws dealing with women’s issues. Thus, we don’t need reservations for women as long as there are at least a few female lawmakers.

II is a strong argument because it shows that women are under-represented.
III is a weak argument because if equal support leads to unfair levels of representation then the case for reservation is not weakened.

7) Answer (C)

Most of the times, companies working in the same sector target the same group of customers. So, this cannot be a strong argument in favour of the merger. Thus, arguments I and II are weak.
III is a strong argument because this is a valid reason for a merger. If both the companies are facing stiff competition from a third company, they should merge to face the competition together. Also, the merger will make them the largest company in the sector and both will be mutually benefited.
Hence, option C is the correct answer.

8) Answer (E)

Option A is incorrect, as there is no mention of the increase or decrease of the profits

Option B is incorrect, sentence 1 mentions that app-based businesses have become the staple diet but it never mentions that the result is alienating of other businesses.

Option C is incorrect, sentence 1 mentions that app-based businesses have become the staple diet but it never mentions that the result is decline in the profit of the established business houses.

Option D is incorrect, although this statement might seem true, the passage nowhere mentions the affect that the app-based businesses have had on the market demand for various professionals.

Option E is correct, as inferred from the last sentence.

9) Answer (B)

Option A is incorrect, as inferred from sentence 2.

Option C is incorrect, as advertising is not one of the reasons cited in sentence 2 for the failure of the program.

Option D is incorrect, as there is no mention of religion or people’s beliefs in the paragraph.

Option E is incorrect, as sentence 2 provides a lot of data for the reason for lack of success of the program.

Option B is correct, as given in the last two sentences.

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