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1. Total number of questions : 15.

2. Time alloted : 20 minutes.

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1.

Establishing a Power of Attorney occurs when a legal document is created that gives one individual the authority to act for another. Which situation below is the best example of Establishing a Power of Attorney?

A.    Louise is selling her house and she hires a lawyer to review the contract. Wrong Right

B.    Simone's mother can no longer get to the bank to cash her checks and make deposits, so she has taken legal steps to enable Simone to do these things for her Wrong Right

C.    Jack's father is elderly and Jack thinks he is no longer able to make decisions for himself. Wrong Right

D.    At her daughter's urging, Mrs. Lenox opens up a retirement account with the local bank  Wrong Right

Answer : Simone's mother can no longer get to the bank to cash her checks and make deposits, so she has taken legal steps to enable Simone to do these things for her

Explanation : Simone's mother has taken legal steps to allow another person to act on her behalf. Therefore, this is the only choice that indicates that a power of attorney has been established

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Directions for questions: Select the correct alternative from the given choices.

2.

In a certain code language, if the word PANCREAS is coded as SAERCNAP, then how is the word STADIUM coded in that language?

A.    MUDIATS    Wrong Right

B.    MUDIAST   Wrong Right

C.    MUIDATS Wrong Right

D.    MIUDATS    Wrong Right

E.    ATSDMUI Wrong Right

Answer : MUIDATS

Explanation : Word: PANCREAS
Pattern : Letters in the word are reversed. Code: SAERCNAP
Similarly, the code for STADIUM is MUIDATS.

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3.

In a certain code language, if the word HYPERBOLA is coded as YPROHEBLA, then how is the word SENTIMENT coded in that language?

A.    ENEISTMNT Wrong Right

B.    EN1ESMTNT Wrong Right

C.    ENIESTMNT Wrong Right

D.    ENIESTNTM Wrong Right

E.    EIESNTMNT Wrong Right

Answer : ENIESTMNT

Explanation :                                123456789
                      Word.HYPERBOLA
                        Code :YPROHEBLA
                                    235 7 1 46 89
The letters in the prime numbered positions are arranged first followed by the remaining letters. Similarly, the code for SENTIMENT is ENIESTMNT.

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4.

In a certain code language, if the word REGISTRATION is coded as TSIGERNOITAR,
then how is the word ACCURATE coded in that language?

A.    UCCAETAR Wrong Right

B.    UACCETAR Wrong Right

C.    UCACETAR Wrong Right

D.    UCCATEAR Wrong Right

E.    UCAAECTR Wrong Right

Answer : UCCAETAR

Explanation : Word : REGISTRATION
Pattern: The word is divided into two equal halves and the letters in each half are reversed.
Code :TSIGERNOITAR
Similarly, the code for ACCURATE is UCCAETAR.

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In each question below are given two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given two statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusion and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.


Give answer:
• (A) If only conclusion I follows
• (B) If only conclusion II follows
• (C) If either I or II follows
• (D) If neither I nor II follows and
• (E) If both I and II follow.

5.

Statements: All mangoes are golden in colour. No golden-coloured things are cheap.


Conclusions:
I. All mangoes are cheap.
II. Golden-coloured mangoes are not cheap.

A.    Only conclusion I follows Wrong Right

B.    Only conclusion II follows Wrong Right

C.    Either I or II follows Wrong Right

D.    Neither I nor II follows Wrong Right

E.    Both I and II follow Wrong Right

Answer : Only conclusion II follows

Explanation : Clearly, the conclusion must be universal negative and should not contain the middle term. So, it follows that 'No mango is cheap'. Since all mangoes are golden in colour, we may substitute 'mangoes' with 'golden-coloured mangoes'. Thus, II follows.

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6.

Statements: All roads are waters. Some waters are boats.

Conclusions:
I. Some boats are roads.
II. All waters are boats.

A.    Only conclusion I follows Wrong Right

B.    Only conclusion II follows Wrong Right

C.    Either I or II follows Wrong Right

D.    Neither I nor II follows Wrong Right

E.    Both I and II follow Wrong Right

Answer : Neither I nor II follows

Explanation : The first premise is A type and distributes the subject. So, the middle term 'waters' which forms its predicate, is not distributed. The second premise is I type and does not distribute either subject or predicate. So, the middle term 'waters' forming its subject is not distributed. Since the middle term is not distributed even once in the premises, no definite conclusion follows.

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7.

Statements: All aeroplanes are trains. Some trains are chairs.


Conclusions:
I. Some aeroplanes are chairs.
II. Some chairs are aeroplanes.
III. Some chairs are trains.
IV. Some trains are aeroplanes.

A.    None follows Wrong Right

B.    Only I and II follow Wrong Right

C.    Only II and III follow Wrong Right

D.    Only III and IV follow Wrong Right

Answer : Only III and IV follow

Explanation : Since the middle term 'trains' is not distributed even once in the/premises, no definite conclusion follows. However, III is the converse of the second premise while IV is the converse of the first premise. So, both of them hold.

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8.

Statements: Some bottles are drinks. All drinks are cups.

Conclusions:
I. Some bottles are cups.
II. Some cups are drinks.
III. All drinks are bottles.
IV. All cups are drinks.

A.    Only I and II follow Wrong Right

B.    Only II and III follow Wrong Right

C.    Only II and IV follow Wrong Right

D.    Only III and IV follow Wrong Right

E.    Only I and IV follow Wrong Right

Answer : Only I and II follow

Explanation : Since one premise is particular, the conclusion must be particular and should not contain the middle term. So, it follows that 'Some bottles are cups'. Thus, I follows. II is the converse of the second premise and so it also holds.

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Read the following information and answer the questions.
H, I, J, K, L, M and N are sitting on three benches A, B and C. At least two persons sit on each bench. At least one girl sits on each bench. J is a girl who does not sit with H, L and K. L is the brother of J. M is a boy and sits only with I. H sits with his friend on bench A. N sits on bench C.

9.

Which of the following is a group of girls? 

A.    IJN
Wrong Right

B.    IJK Wrong Right

C.    JKN Wrong Right

D.    IKN Wrong Right

Answer : IJK

Explanation : There is no explanation...

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10.

On which bench do three people sit?

A.    Bench A Wrong Right

B.    Bench B Wrong Right

C.    Bench C Wrong Right

D.    Cannot be determined Wrong Right

Answer : Bench A

Explanation : There is no explanation...

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11.

Who sits with J?

A.    K Wrong Right

B.    I Wrong Right

C.    N Wrong Right

D.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : N

Explanation : There is no explanation...

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12.

How many boys are there in the group?

A.    3 Wrong Right

B.    4 Wrong Right

C.    Either 3 or 4  Wrong Right

D.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : Either 3 or 4 

Explanation : There is no explanation...

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Directions: Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow the information.
A parking lot can accommodate only six cars. The six cars are parked in two rows in such a way that the front of the three cars parked in one row is facing the other three cars in the other row.
(i) Alto is not parked in the beginning of any row.
(ii) Esteem is second to the right of i10.
(iii)Punto, who is the neighbour of Alto is parked diagonally opposite to i10.
(iv) Swift is parked in front of Alto.
(v)SX4 is parked to the immediate right of Alto.

13.

If SX4 and Esteem exchange their positions mutually, then car(s) adjacent to Esteem is/(are)

A.    i10 and Swift Wrong Right

B.    Only Swift Wrong Right

C.    Only Alto Wrong Right

D.    Alto and Punto Wrong Right

Answer : Only Alto

Explanation :
If SX4 and Esteem exchange their positions, then Alto will be adjacent to Esteem.

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14.

If Alto changes position with £10 and Punto changes position with SX4 and Swift shifts one position to the right to accommodate Beatle, then the car(s) parked adjacent to Beatle is(are)

A.    Punto only Wrong Right

B.    i10 and SX4 Wrong Right

C.    Punto and Alto Wrong Right

D.    Alto and Swift Wrong Right

Answer : Alto and Swift

Explanation : Under the given conditions, the arrangement will be as follows



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15.

In the original parking scheme four new cars enter the parking lot such that Wagon-R is second to the right of i10and Zen is second to the left of SX4. Jazz is parked second to the left to Wagon-R and Beat is parked to the right of Alto, then the cars that moved out are

A.    Esteem and Swift  Wrong Right

B.    Punto and Alto Wrong Right

C.    i10and Alto Wrong Right

D.    Punto and SX4 Wrong Right

Answer : Punto and SX4

Explanation : Under the given conditions, the arrangement of cars will be as follows


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