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The Reasoning Aptitude Quizzes section of Testtonic aims to help every competitive exam aspirant to revise at ease .Boost your Reasoning Aptitude while attempting 5 questions at one time given in the form of Multiple Choice Question.
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Question 1 of 5
1. Question
1 pointsDirection: In the questions given below, a question is followed by information given in three statements. You have to decide the information given in which of the statements is necessary and sufficient to answer the question.
How is ‘miami‘ written in a code language?
I. ‘Miami growth expected‘ is written as ‘3 4 7’
II. ‘Inflation hits expected growth‘ is written as ‘1 3 2 4’
III. ‘Market hits by miami inflation‘ is written as ‘8 2 7 19’
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(4) Solution:
From I.
miami growth expected = 3 4 7
From II.
inflation hits expected growth = 1 3 2 4
From III.
market hits by miami inflation = 8 2 7 19
From I and II.
miami = 7
Therefore, both I and II together are sufficient
From II and III.
We cannot find the exact code for ‘miami’
From I and III
miami = 7
Thus, both I and III together are sufficient.
Therefore, I and either II or III together are sufficient to answer the question.

Question 2 of 5
2. Question
1 pointsDirection: In the questions given below, a question is followed by information given in three statements. You have to decide the information given in which of the statements is necessary and sufficient to answer the question.
How many sons does ‘Sudeep’ have?
I. Mahendra’s father has at most three children
II. Narendra is the brother of Mahendra and the son of Sudeep.
III. Veena is Sudeep’s wife and has one daughter Teena, who is younger than her brothers
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(4) Solution:
From I.
Mahendra’s father has at most 3 children.
From II.
Sudeep has one son, Narendra and another child Mahendra, whose gender is not known.
From III.
Sudeep has one daughter but the number of sons is not clear.
From I and II.
It is not clear that besides Narendra, how many sons Sudeep has. So, both I and II together are not sufficient.
From II and III.
Both Narendra and Mahendra are the sons of Sudeep but the number of sons of Sudeep is still unknown. Thus, II and III even together are not sufficient.
From I and III.
Mahendra’s relation with Sudeep and Virat is not clear.
From I, II and III together,
Mahendra’s father Sudeep has three children, among them one is a daughter, Teena and other is a son, Narendra.
Since, Teena is younger than her brothers, she must have two elder brother Narendra and Mahendra.
Thus, Sudeep has two sons Narendra and Mahendra.
Thus, all I, II and III together are sufficient.

Question 3 of 5
3. Question
1 pointsDirection: In the questions given below, a question is followed by information given in three statements. You have to decide the information given in which of the statements is necessary and sufficient to answer the question.
In a football match, how many goals did Trish score?
I. Total goals scored by Mansee, Ayushman and Ritu are 12 and Ayushman scored as many goals as Mansee and Ritu together.
II. Trish, Mansee and Ritu scored equal number of goals.
III. Trish didn’t score the highest number of goals.
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(1) Solution:
From I.
Mansee + Ayushman + Ritu =12
Ayushman = Mansee + Ritu
∴ Ayushman scored 6 goals and Mansee and Ritu together scored 6 goals.
From II.
Trish = Mansee = Ritu
From III.
Trish didn’t score the highest number of goals.
From I and II.
Mansee and Ritu together scored six goals.
Mansee + Ritu = 6
Trish = Mansee = Ritu = x (say), then x+ x=6 or x = 3
Trish scored three goals
From II and III.
We can’t find, how many goals Trish scored.
From I and III.
We can’t find, how many goals Trish scored.

Question 4 of 5
4. Question
1 pointsDirection: In the questions given below, a question is followed by information given in three statements. You have to decide the information given in which of the statements is necessary and sufficient to answer the question.
On which day of the week did Yunus arrive? (The week starts from Monday)
I. Amaan correctly remembers that Yunus did not arrive on Thursday.
II. Sanju correctly remembers that Yunus arrived before Saturday but after Tuesday.
III. Amaan remembers that Yunus did not arrive a day before yesterday.
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Question 5 of 5
5. Question
1 pointsDirection: In the questions given below, a question is followed by information given in three statements. You have to decide the information given in which of the statements is necessary and sufficient to answer the question.
Who among Rahul, Jasmine, Ashutosh and Naina is the heaviest?
I. Jasmine is heavier than Naina.
II. Rahul is not as heavy as either Ashutosh or Jasmine.
III. Naina is neither the heaviest nor the lightest.
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(5) Solution:
From I.
Jasmine > Naina
From II.
Ashutosh, Jasmine > Rahul
From III.
Naina is neither the heaviest not the lightest.
From I and II.
Jasmine > Naina, Ashutosh, Jasmine > Rahul
We can’t say who is the heaviest
Thero.fore, both I and II together are not sufficient,
From II and III.
We can’t say exactly who is the heaviest among them.
From I and III.
Nothing is known about Ashutosh and Rahul. So, we can’t say who is the heaviest.
From I, II and III.
We can’t say who is the heaviest among them. He may be either Ashutosh or Jasmine.