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    If Brijesh did not sit at either extreme in the morning, who sat adjacent to Arvind in the afternoon?

    A. Arvind shifted by two places to his right from the morning to the afternoon and Brijesh shifted by one place to his left from the morning to the afternoon.
    B. David shifted by two places to his left from the morning to the afternoon and Chandu shifted by one place to his right from the morning to the afternoon.
    Options
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    The question can be answered from A alone but not from B alone.
    2) 
    The question can be answered from B alone but not from A alone.
    3) 
    (3) The question can be answered from A alone as well as from B alone.

    4) 
    (4) The question can be answered from A and B together but not from any of them alone.
    5) 
    (5) The question cannot be answered even from A and B together.
    Additional Notes: aimcat15-32

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    If in the morning as well as in the afternoon, it was observed that at most one boy sat between Arvind and Chandu, and Chandu did not sit to the right of Arvind, then what is the order in which they sat in the morning?

    A. In the afternoon, Arvind sat to the immediate left of David and Brijesh did not sit adjacent to Chandu.
    B. In the afternoon, David sat to the immediate right of Brijesh. In the morning, David sat second from the extreme right of the row.
    Options
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    The question can be answered from A alone but not from B alone.
    2) 
     The question can be answered from B alone but not from A alone.
    3) 
    The question can be answered from A alone as well as from B alone.
    4) 
    The question can be answered from A and B together but not from any of them alone.
    5) 
    The question cannot be answered even from A and B together.
    Additional Notes: aimcat15-33

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    Option 5.

    A does not provide any data.
    By B, we have following possible orders:
    Brijesh Chandu David Arvind 
    Chandu Arvind David Brijesh

    Apart from that, we don't know whether Briject actually is available in morning. 

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    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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    Consider,

    “all girls eat apple” and “doctors eat apple”

    "eat apple" is common between both the statements hence "eat apple" is coded as "$ %"

    Hence doctor is coded as "*"

    Now, consider “doctors are smart”.

    As doctor is coded as "*" hence "are" is coded as either "!" or "=".

    Hence "all girls are doctor" is coded as either "#*@!" or "@#*=".

    Hence option 4.

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    Consider,

    “all girls eat apple” and “doctors eat apple”

    "eat apple" is common between both the statements hence "eat apple" is coded as "$ %"

    Hence "all girls" is coded as "#@"

    Hence doctor is coded as "*"

    Now, consider “doctors are smart”.

    As "doctor" is coded as "*" hence "are smart" is coded "!=".

    Hence "all girls are smart" is coded as "#@!=".

    Hence option 1.

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    Consider,

    “all girls eat apple” and “doctors eat apple”

    "eat apple" is common between both the statements hence "eat apple" is coded as "$ %"

    Hence doctor is coded as "*"

    Now, consider “doctors are smart”. 

    As doctor is coded as "*" hence "are" is coded as either "!" or "=".

    Hence "all girls are doctor" is coded as either "#*@!" or "@#*=".

    Hence option 4.

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    Consider,

    “all girls eat apple” and “doctors eat apple”

    "eat apple" is common between both the statements hence "eat apple" is coded as "$ %"

    Hence "all girls" is coded as "#@"

    Hence doctor is coded as "*"

    Now, consider “doctors are smart”.

    As "doctor" is coded as "*" hence "are smart" is coded "!=".

    Hence "all girls are smart" is coded as "#@!=".

    Hence option 1.

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    Cannot be answered.

    We do not know if there are any other persons and how many places are there to sit 

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    Direction: Choose the correct alternative.
     
    4. From place A, Amit travels some distance towards north to reach place B. He turns to east and travels the same distance as AB to reach C. If he turns 135° to right and travels 141 km, he will reach the original position. What is the distance between place A and place B?




























      141 km
      41 km
      100 km
      140 km



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    Direction: Find the missing term and choose the correct alternative.
     
    2. MAN : WOMAN :: PAN : ____
























      634
      611
      605
      600



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    Direction: Choose the odd one out.
     
    3. 582, 605, 588, 611, 634, 617, 600.
























      634
      611
      605
      600



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    Alternatively 23 is added and 17 is subtracted from the terms. So, 634 is wrong.

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    Cannot be answered from A and B together

    A provides us with no data
    B gives us the following options

    Brijesh Chandu David Arvind
    Chandu Arvind David Brijesh

    Also we dont know if  Brijesh is available in the morning

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    Direction: Answer the following questions on the basis of the information given below.
     
    6. There is a four generation and fourteen member family, consisting of seven men and five married couples. M is the mother of O and P. O and P are the only brothers in the family. Q is the daughter–in–law of N. P is the uncle of S, T and W. O has one unmarried niece. W, V and T, X are couples. Y is O’s granddaughter. Z is the great grandson of M. U and S are unmarried and R is married. Y and Z have the same grand parents but different parents. X and W have one child each.



























    The gender of how many persons can’t be determined?
      2
      3
      0
      6



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    It is easy to see M, Q R U and Y are female

    and N O P and Z are male

    so we have 3 males left and 2 females left

    now there are no other brothers in the family

    hence only one of S W and T can be a man, hence S is the man and w AND T are women

    hence V and X are men

    Hence gender of everyone can be determined  

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    There are 15 families in a town, each consisting of 4 members. On a certain festival, all the members

    of a family exchange flower bouquets with each other. In addition every family sends out exactly one

    bouquet to every other family. How many bouquets are required for this whole event, if no bouquet is

    reused?

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    195
    2) 
    390
    3) 
    200
    4) 
    285

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