## Statements:

1. Some P are B.
2. No B is L.
3. All L are M.

## Conclusions:

1. l: No P is L.
2. Il: At least some B are M.

## Statement:

1. No P are L
2. All A are S.
3. No A is C
4. All S is L

## Conclusion:

1. Some C can never be L.
2. Only L is S.
3. Only C can be P.
4. Only S is A.
• X Z % 2 @ P N 3 A S M 9 \$ ! D * T 4 # B L + 7 ? 5 G F 6
• How many such symbols are there in the arrangement which are immediately followed by letter and immediately preceded by a  number ?
1. one
2. two
3. three
4. more than three
5. None of these
• X Z % 2 @ P N 3 A S M 9 \$ ! D * T 4 # B L + 7 ? 5 G F 6
• If the numbers immediately after the symbols get their value increased by 50%. Then find the sum of all such numbers.
1. 7
2. 8
3. 10
4. 14
5. None of these
• Are Ram, Mohan and Shivam standing in a straight line?
1. Shivam is standing 6m East of Ram. Vivek is 4m North of Shivam.  Mohit is standing 3m West of Vivek. Ram is at the distance of 6m in  North of Vinay.
2. Gagan is exactly in the middle of Vinay and Ram. Mahesh is at the  distance of 6m in North of Ram. Mohan is in 4m south of Mohit.
• “environment majority slave dowry” is written as ‘cn fa ms te’ “majority of external country” is written as ‘gi te ku ho’
• “External environment Samples avenue” is written as ‘ms bp ho je’ “Samples like dowry trend” is written as ‘kx cn dr bp’
• If ‘slave external risk’ is coded as ‘ho fa zy’ in the given code language, then how will ‘environment risk dowry’ be coded as?
1. ho dr cn
2. cn ms dr
3. zy ms ho
4. other than those given as options
5. fa zy cn
• “environment majority slave dowry” is written as ‘cn fa ms te’ “majority of external country” is written as ‘gi te ku ho’
• “External environment Samples avenue” is written as ‘ms bp ho je’ “Samples like dowry trend” is written as ‘kx cn dr bp’
• Which of the following may represents the code ‘majority improve’ in the given code language?
1. le dr
2. cs cn
3. cs te
4. cn nq
5. dr cs
• “environment majority slave dowry” is written as ‘cn fa ms te’ “majority of external country” is written as ‘gi te ku ho’
• “External environment Samples avenue” is written as ‘ms bp ho je’ “Samples like dowry trend” is written as ‘kx cn dr bp’
• In the given code language, what does the code ‘kx’ stands for?
1. majority
2. external
3. either ‘trend’ or ‘like’
4. either ‘dowry’ or developed
5. environment
• Ten friends are sitting in two parallel rows of six seats each. One seat is vacant in each row. M, N, O, P and Q are sitting in row-I facing South. A, B, C, D and E are facing North. Each  likes a different numbers i.e. 63, 54, 14, 17, 26, 35, 28, 12, 23 and 70.
• The one who likes 14 faces the one who likes 12. The one who likes 14 sits opposite to the one who sits third right of the person who sits opposite to D. O is not an immediate  neighbour of P. E, who likes neither 26 nor 35, does not face the vacant seat. Neither D nor  C sits at any of the extreme ends of the row. P faces C. Vacant seats are not opposite to  each other. Two seats are there between O and N, who sits third right of the one who likes
• The one who likes 23 faces the one who likes 17. The persons who like the 63 and 12 are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of row – 1 is not an immediate neighbour of P. B sits  at one of the extreme ends of the row. Vacant seat of row-I does not face D. Person who  likes 63 doesn’t sits neighboring vacant seat. D sits third to the right of C and likes 17. Only  two people sit between B and the vacant seat. B does not like 26 or 14. Q is not an  immediate neighbour of O. N likes a number that is in multiple of seven.
• Question : If sum of the numbers that E and B likes is less than 100, then N likes which number?