31 Aug 2014

### QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-11)

QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-11) QUERY 201 If 3454 = 5, 2332 = 5, then 5245 = ? 5 10 7 8 MAHA GUPTA RHS = Addition of 5 to the subtraction of the sum of second and fourth digits from the sum of first and third digits from the left;

31 Aug 2014

### QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-10)

QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-10) Most of these questions are taken from the previous examinations conducted by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) of the General Intelligence and Reasoning section. They are all solved and supported by detailed explanation. QUERY 181 MAHA GUPTA Pattern of each column 4/2, 5 + 1, 7

30 Aug 2014

### QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-9)

QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-9) QUERY 161 Pick the odd one out Tiger Lion Leopard Wolf MAHA GUPTA WOLF (option ‘4’). All other are animals of cat family, whereas WOLF is of dog family. QUERY 162 Mountain : Hill :: Tree : ? Ground Leaf Forest Shrub MAHA GUPTA SHRUB (option

13 Jun 2014

### QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-8)

QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-8) QUERY 141 3        4       6 5        7       3 1        2       7 35   69      ? MAHA GUPTA Sum of the squares of the first three number

11 Jun 2014

### QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-6)

QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-6) QUERY 101 Find wrong number 9, 19, 40, 83, 170, 340 40 83 170 340 Krishna Singh Thakur 9*2 + 1 = 19 19*2 + 2 = 40 40*2 + 3 = 83 83*2 + 4 = 170 170*2 + 5 = 345 So the wrong

11 Jun 2014

### QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-5)

QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-5) QUERY 81 121     156     105 145     187     126 115     190       ? 255 305 231 225 MAHA GUPTA 156 – 121 = 35; 35*3 = 105 187 – 145 = 42; 42*3 = 126

11 Jun 2014

### QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-4)

QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-4) QUERY 61 If RED = 6720; then GREEN = ? 1677209 1677199 16771209 9207716 MAHA GUPTA RED = DER = 4/5/18; on adding 2 to each = 6/7/20 = 6720 GREEN = NEERG = 14/5/5/18/7; adding 2 to each =16/7/7/20/9 = 1677209 (option ‘1’) QUERY 62

10 Jun 2014

### QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-3)

QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-3) QUERY 41 532+781 = 21, 862+910 = 21, 796+355 = ? 21 30 31 32 MANOJ SHARMA (5+3+2) + (7+8+1) – 5 = 21 (8+6+2) + (9+1+0) – 5 = 21 (7+9+6) + (3+5+5) – 5 = 30 (option ‘2’) QUERY 42 Select the one which

10 Jun 2014

### QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-2)

QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-2) QUERY 21 13 : 19 :: 21 : ? 41 141 81 14 MAHA GUPTA Relation between the first two terms: 1^2 & 3^2 = 19 Likewise 2^2 & 1^2 = 41 (option ‘1’) QUERY 22 DKM, FJP, HIS, JHV, …. LGY HGY IGZ IGY SANGEETA

10 Jun 2014

### QUESTIONS ON REASONING (PART-1)

QUERY 1 If 25/5 = 15, 30/6 = 20; then 35/7 = ? nanda kishore 25/5 is equal to 5 ……………..multiply 5 with 3 30/6 is equal to 5………………multiply 5 with 4 35/7 is equal to 5……………….multiply 5 with 5……………….so the answer is 25 QUERY 2 If 33+45 = 30,