Quiz on Data Sufficiency & Logical Reasoning

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Directions (1-5): Each of the questions below consists of a
question and two statements numbered I and II 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 give the answer.

(1) If 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

(2) If the
data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the
data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question

(3) If the
data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to
answer the question

(4) If the
data given in both statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the
question and

(5) If the
data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question

1. How is J related to K?

I.
J’s father P is the brother of N. N is K’s wife.

II.
J is the son of P. P is the brother of N. N is K’s wife.

2. On which of the following building does G
stay? (The building has 5 floors 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

I.
Only the even numbered floors are occupied and G does not live on second floor.

II.
G does not stay on an odd – numbered floor.

3. How many days did Raju take to complete his
assignment?

I.
Mohit correctly remembers that Raju took more than 3 days but less than 9 days
to complete his assignment.

II.
Mina correctly remembers that Raju took more than 7 days but less than 11 days
to complete his assignment.

4. How is the word “GATES’ coded in the code
language?

I.
“BRICK’ is coded as LDJSC and PIN is coded as QJO

II.
‘Water’ is coded as ‘SFUBX’ and ‘DISH” is coded as ‘ITJE’.

5. Among A, B, C and D, which school has the
highest number of students?

I.
School A has fewer students than school D.

II. Scholl C
has fewer students than school D.

Directions (6-9): Read the following information and five
statements A, B, C, D and E carefully and answer the given questions which
follow.

Since 2008, migration from rural
areas to urban areas in search of employment has increased several times, surpassing
marriage as the biggest reason for migration in India.

(A) The wages and employment
opportunities in rural parts of India have been at par with those in urban
areas for last five years.

(B) Government and foreign MNCs
have concerned on development of job opportunities only in urban parts of the
country.

(C) Marraige was once the biggest
reason for migration in India.

(D) More skilled professional manual
labourers migrate to urban areas in search of employment.

(E) The urban areas was
attracting migrants are already facing and will further face a severe challenge
accommodating increased population while the resources needed to do so remain
the same.

6. Which of the statements (A), (B), (C), (D)
and (E) mentioned above can be reason/cause for increased migration to urban
areas?

(1)
A                   (2) B     (3)
C                        

(4) D                  (5)
E

7. Which of the following represents a
result/repercussion of the increased migration to urban areas?

(1)
A                             (2) B       (3)
C                             

(4) D                          (5)
E

8. Which of the statements (A), (B), (C), (D)
and (E) directly follow/s from the given statement?

(1)
Only A                  (2) Only E      (3)
Only C                  

(4) Only D                (5)
Both A & B

9. Which of the statements numbered (A), (B),
(C), (D) and (E) mentioned above would weaken/contradict the facts presented in
the given statement?

(1)
Only A                  (2) Only B            (3)
Only C                  

(4) Only E                  (5)
Only C & D

Answers:

1 (2)

2 (1)

3 (5)

4 (2)

5 (4)

6 (2)

7 (5)

8 (3)

9 (1)

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