Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 11

The statements below are followed by two conclusions labeled I and II. Assuming that the information in the statements is true, even if it appears at variance with generally established facts, decide which conclusion (s) logically and definitely follow(s) from the information given in the statements.**Statements:**

1) All hens are lions.

2) All lions are cats.**Conclusion**

I. All cats are hens.

II. Some cats are hens.

Question 12

In a certain code, SCIENTIST is written as TSITNEISC. How will GOLDSMITH be written in that code?

Question 13

Choose the option that most closely resembles the mirror image of the given word when mirror is placed at right side.

Question 14

Select the option that will correctly replace the question mark (?) in the given pattern.

Question 15

Select the option that will correctly replace the question mark (?) in the series.

OJY, MLW, KNU, IPS, ?

Question 16

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around circular table facing each other for a lunch. A is opposite F and third to the right of B. G is between F and D. H is to the left of D. E is between C and A. Who is sitting opposite C ?

Question 18

J, K L, M, N and O are six teachers. Each one teaches a different subject out of Hindi, English, Math, Science, Social Science and Arts, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them teaches on only one day, from Monday to Saturday, not necessarily in the same order. J teaches Arts on Saturday. L teaches neither English nor Social Science, but he teaches on Thursday. Wednesday is reserved for Maths taught by K. O teaches Science a day before N. Social Science is taught a day before Arts. Which subject is taught by N?

Question 19

Select the option that will correctly replace the question mark (?) in the series.

9, 10, 18, 45, ?

Question 20

Find out the two signs to be interchanged to make the following equation correct.

$$13 + 26 \times 2 - 5 \div 3 = 11 $$

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