Verbal Reasoning ( 11 to 15 )

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Verbal Reasoning ( 11 to 15 ):


APTITUDE QUESTIONS (VERBAL REASONING):

11. If Raman is to the South of Shyam and Mohan is to the East of Shyam, in which direction is Raman with respect to Mohan?

A)    North-East

B)    North-West

C)    South-East

D)    South-West

E)    None of these

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Answer: option (D)

Explanation:

Raman is South of Shyam. Mohan is to the East of Shyam. Hence, Raman is in SouthWest with respect to Mohan.

 

12. Pointing to a man, Deepak said, “His only brother is the father of my daughter’s father”. How is the man related to Deepak?

A)    Grandfather

B)    Father

C)    Uncle

D)    Brotherin-law

E)    None of these

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Answer: option (C)

Explanation:

“His only brother is the father of my daughter’s father”.

Deepak’s daughter’s father = Deepak himself Man’s brother is Deepak’s father = Deepak’s uncle.

 

13. Find the missing number in the following question

A)    4

B)    305

C)    343

D)    729

E)    None of these

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Answer: option (C)

Explanation:

The series is 8, 27, 64, 125, 216,….


It can be written as 23, 33, 43, 53, 63,….

Hence, base is increasing by 1 as 2, 3, 4 ,5 ,6.

So, after 6, it will be 7 and so in the series the next number will be 73 = 343

 

14. If the day before yesterday was Thursday, when will Sunday be?

A)    Today

B)    Two days after today

C)    Tomorrow

D)    Day after tomorrow

E)    None of these

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Answer: option (C)

Explanation:

Day before yesterday it was Thursday that means today is Saturday and hence, tomorrow will be Sunday.

 

15. Find the missing number in the following question

A)    10

B)    11

C)    12

D)    13

E)    None of these

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Answer: option (B)

Explanation:

In the first half (right side) of the circle the numbers are increasing by 1. But in the second half (left side) of the circle, the numbers increase by 2 from down to up.

∴ 5+2 -> 7 -> 7+2 -> 9 -> 9+2 -> 11

 

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