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    Post TestFunda Answers - Logical Reasoning

    He incrased the distance in ap
    a=first term=11, d=common difference=8
    what is given in the options is the sum of n terms
    sum of n terms of AP={2a+(n-1)d}(n/2)
    putting n=15,21 and 28 you will get options 1,III and V
    hence option4

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    Direction: Answer the following questions on the basis of the information given below.
     
    19. If “all girls eat apple” is coded as “# $ % @”, “doctors eat apple” is coded as “$ * %” and “doctors are smart” is coded as “! * =”.


























    What can be the code for “All girls are smart”?
      “# @ ! =”
      “# * @ =”
      “! = # #”
      “! $ * %”



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    Direction: Answer the following questions on the basis of the information given below.
     
    20. If “all girls eat apple” is coded as “# $ % @”, “doctors eat apple” is coded as “$ * %” and “doctors are smart” is coded as “! * =”.


























    Which of the following can be the code for “All girls are doctors”.
      “# * @ !”
      “@ # * =”
      “@ # * $”

    [1] OR [2]



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    Post TestFunda Answers - Logical Reasoning

    answer is option 1...as all the other options are wrong.

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    Direction: Choose the correct alternative.
     
    7. A purchase clerk is checking stationery bought for the office. In all there are 90 blue, red and black, pens and pencils. He finds that there is the same number of red pens as blue pencils. There is the same number of blue pens as black pencils. There are twice as many black pencils as red or blue pencils. There are 6 more pencils than pens. How many black pens are there?

























    4
      5
      6
      Cannot be determined


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    Post TestFunda Answers - Logical Reasoning

    Answer is 6
    There are 48 pencils and 42 pens.
    There are 24 Black pencils, 12 blue pencils and 12 red pencils.
    So, there are 24 blue pens and 12 Red pens.
    So, there are 6 black pens. 

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