Logic Based DI

Each of the five friends namely Michelle, Luc, Niki, William and Sophia own exactly one distinct company from among the five companies namely P, Q, R, S and T not necessarily in that particular order. The revenue of the five companies generated in a particular quarter is Rs.50 million, Rs.45 million, Rs.40 million, Rs.35 million and Rs. 30 million not necessarily in the order in which the names of the companies are mentioned.

Additional Information Given:
I. Niki does not own S.
II. The revenue generated by P is greater than the revenue generated by the company owned by Niki by Rs.5 million.
III. The revenue generated by the company owned by Michelle is greater than the revenue generated by Q by Rs. 10 million.
IV. The revenue generated by the company owned by William is greater than the revenue generated by R by Rs. 10 million.
V. Luc does not own T.
VI. The revenue generated by S is greater than the revenue generated by the company owned by Sophia by Rs. 5 million.

1. What is the revenue generated by the company owned by Luc?
(1) Rs.35 million (2) Rs.40 million (3) Rs.45 million (4) Rs.30 million

2. If Michelle owns R, then which of the following can be true?
(1) William owns P and the revenue generated by P is Rs. 50 million.
(2) The revenue generated by the company owned by Luc is Rs. 35 million.
(3) The revenue generated by the company owned by Sophia is Rs. 30 million.
(4) All of the above

3. If William owns the company having revenue of Rs.50 million, then which company owned by Michelle?
(1) Q (2) R (3) T (4) P

4. Which of the following company is owned by Luc?
(1) Q (2) P (3) S (4) Either (2) or (3)

Set Theory

Some students appeared for a test having 4 sections: QA, LR, DI and VA. Every student clears the cut-off in one or more of these sections. 43, 42, 36 and 39 students cleared the cut-off of QA, LR, DI and VA respectively. Further it is known that:
I. 11, 12, 13 and 14 students cleared the cut-off in at least 2 more sections apart from DI, LR, VA and QA respectively.
II. The number of students who cleared the cut-off of QA and LR only is equal to those who cleared the cut-off of DI and VA only which is two more than those who cleared the cutoff of QA, LR and DI only.

III. The number of people who cleared the cut-off in QA and exactly one more section is equal to those who cleared cut-off in LR and exactly one more section but is 2 less than those who cleared cut-off in VA and exactly one more section.
IV. 15 students cleared the cut-off of QA only, 6 students cleared the cut-off of VA only, 4 students cleared the cut-off of LR and QA only whereas 6 students

1. How many students cleared the cut-off in more than 2 sections?

2. How many students cleared the cut-off in QA and LR but not in DI?

3. How many students cleared cut-off in all 4 sections?

4. What is the difference between the number of students who cleared cut-off in exactly one section and those who cleared cut-off in exactly 3 sections?

Number/Quant Based DI

Two brothers A and B are standing at a point P on a highway. They start playing a game with a die. The die is in form of a cube with integers 1 to 6 written on its six faces with one number on each face. Each one of them throws the die alternately. If the number appearing on the top face of the die is greater than the number appeared in the previous throw by the
same brother then he moves forward (towards point Q situated on the same highway) by the number of steps equal to the number that appears on the top face of the die. If the number appearing on the top face of the die by a brother is less than the number appeared in the previous throw on the top face of the die, then that brother moves backwards (towards point P) by the number of steps equal to the number that appears on the top face of the die . If the number appearing on the top face of the die in a throw by a
brother is same as that in the previous throw by him, then the throw is considered as cancelled and he throws the die again till a different number appears on the top face of the die. If after a throw, someone needs to take certain number of backward steps which prompts him to go even behind P, that throw is also considered as cancelled. In this case he has to throw the die again. In their first throw, these brothers move forward (towards Q) by the number of steps equal to the number that appears on the top face of the die (as they do not have any previous score to compare it with). Length of steps of these brothers is always same and constant. Round ‘n’ comprises nth throw of both the brothers.

What can be the maximum possible distance between the two brothers after the first 4 rounds?
(1) 24 steps (2) 18 steps (3) 12 steps (4) 10 steps

If the number appearing on the top face of the die in 6 consecutive throws by A are distinct and 6 appears in the third throw, then what can be the maximum possible distance (towards Q) covered by A in these 6 throws?
(1) 12 steps (2) 14 steps (3) 19 steps (4) 18 steps

If A reaches Q without taking any backward step ever, what can be the maximum distance between P and Q?

If there was at least one throw in which A moves backwards (towards P) and A traveled 27 steps in the forward direction (towards Q), then the minimum possible number of times A threw the dice is
(1) 12 (2) 8 (3) 9 (4) 7

In a particular throw by B, the number that appeared on the top face of the die was 1 and after that throw B was 14 steps ahead of A. Find the minimum possible number of throws required such that the distance between the two brothers becomes zero. A had got 1 on the top face of the die in his last throw.
(1) 3 (2) 2 (3) 5 (4) 4

Six students, named Ajay, Bharat, Chandan, Dinesh, Gaurav and Hitesh secured 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 marks in an examination (in no particular order). Names of their fathers were Ajit, Bhushan, Chandrakant, Dattaray, Gangadhar and Hari (in no particular order). Their surnames were Aggarwal, Bhatia, Chakraborty, Dey, Ganeriwala and Hirwani (in no particular order). For this set, the naming convention to be used is ―Name- Father’s Name-Surname‖. For example, if William is the name of the student, Jefferson is the name of his father and Clinton is his surname, the student is referred to as ―William-Jefferson-Clinton‖.Additionally following points were known:1. Name, father’s name and Surname of all the students started with different initials.2. Bharat is not the son of Chandrakant and Bharat’s surname is not Dey.3. The student whose surname is Hirwani scored 20 marks more than the student whose father is Dattatray, who in turn scored 20 marks more than Ajay.4. The student whose surname is Ganeriwala scored 20 marks more than the student whose father is Gangadhar, who in turn scored 20 marks more than Bharat.5. Gaurav scored 40 marks more than the student whose surname is Bhatia.6. Dinesh scored 30 marks more than the student whose surname is Aggarwal.7. Hitesh scored 10 marks more than Chandan while the student whose father is Bhushan scored 10 more than the student whose father is Ajit.

Question1- what is Hitesh’s Surname ?

a)Dey b) Hirwani c) chakraborty d) Bhatia

Question2- How many marks did Bhusan’s Son Score ?

a) 20 b) 40 c) 60 d)10

Question3- What is the full name of the student who scored 10 marks ?a) Ajay- Chandrakant-Bhatiab) Chandan-Gangadhar-Deyc) Bharat-Hari-Chkrabortyd) Chandan-Hari-Dey

Question4- What is the name of Ajit’s Son ?

a) Dineshb)Gauravc)Bharatd) Chand

Distribution

Sharma Jee wants to buy a book and is confused between four novels of different genres – mystery, horror, comedy and thriller. The novels are written by Lalu, Monu, Nonu and Ovattio and published by Purshottam,
Quattchori, Rajveer and Sarkar, not necessarily in the same order. The horror novel is published by Quattchori and the thriller novel is written by Nonu. Each novel is written by a different author and published by a
different publisher. It is also known that Lalu and Monu get their books published by Purshottam or Quattchori only.

If the mystery novel is written by Ovattio then who can be the publisher of the comedy novel?
(a) Purshottam or Quattchori (b) Only Purshottam
(c) Purshottam or Rajveer (d) Purshottam or Rajveer or Sarkar

How many combinations of publisher and author are possible for the mystery novel?

Ranking

Eight floors in a building (from 1 to 8) are occupied by A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H, with each person occupying a distinct floor. Further it is known that:

  • A lives 5 floors above B.
  • H lives on the only floor between C and E.
  • D and F live on adjacent floors.
  • B does not live on the 1st floor.
    ‘N’ is defined as the difference between the floor numbers of C and D. How many different values of ‘N’ are possible?

Arrangement

Five friends A, B, C, D and E bought 10 chocolates and distributed those among themselves such that each of them received a distinct integral number of chocolates. Each of them also likes to watch a TV show among Sportscenter, Raw, Wrestlemania, Smackdown and Hitz (not necessarily in that order). Sportscenter and Hitz are sports shows and rest are wrestling shows. No two persons like the same TV show.

Following informations are also given:
(i) C, who didn’t receive any chocolate, does not like any wrestling show.
(ii) A received more chocolates than B, whereas E did not receive the maximum number of chocolates.
(iii) Difference in the number of chocolates with A and C is equals to the difference in the number of chocolates with D and B.
(iv) B and C like TV shows starting with the same alphabet.
(v) The person receiving the maximum number of chocolates likes a sports show.


1. The sum of the number of chocolates with B and D is
(1) 3 (2) 4 (3) 5 (4) 6

2. Who likes Wrestlemania?
(1) A (2) E (3) D (4) Cannot be determined

3. If the person with 3 chocolates likes Raw, then how many chocolates does the person who like Wrestlemania have?
(1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 3 (4) 4


4. D likes
(1) Raw (2) Wrestlemania
(3) Hitz (4) Cannot be determined

Set Theory

At a certain conference of 100 people, there are 29 Indian women and 23 Indian men. Of these Indian people, 4 are doctors and 24 are either men or
doctors. There are no foreign doctors.

How many foreigners are attending the conference?
(1) 51 (2) 55 (3) 52 (4) 48

How many women doctors are attending the conference?

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