## Mini Mock(Set – 16)

1) In which of the following expressions does the expression B ≤ H and A > G definitely hold true?

(A) A = B < F ≥H = K > G > D

(B) D > A = G ≥ B = F ≤ G < H

(C) A < O > G < H = H ≥ S > B

(D) G = U ≤ B = E ≤ H = O < A

(E) None of these

A man started from point B, he walked 5km towards east direction to reach point E. From point E, he turns 90 degree in anticlockwise direction and walked 3 km to reach point D. From point D, he takes left turn and walks 5km to reach point A from where he turned 135 degrees towards his right and walked a certain distance to reach point C which is in line with point D and E.

2) In which direction he is facing now?

(a) North

(b) North east

(c) South west

(d) West

(e) None of these

3) If he turns 135 degree in anticlockwise direction from his final position. Then in which direction will he be facing?

(a) North

(b) North east

(c) South west

(d) West

(e) None of these

4) What is the shortest distance between point C and E?

(a) 8km

(b) 10km

(c) 13km

(d) 15km

(e) Cannot be determined

5) Statement- All horn are Tail. Some Wing are Floor. No Wing is Tail. Some Tail are Door. Conclusions:

(a) No Horn is Wing.

(b) Some Door are horn is a possibility.

(c) Some Floor are not Tail.

(d) Some Floor are Horn.

(e) Some horn are Floor is a possibility.

6) Statement- Some Mall are Grave. No Grave is Rose. Some Grave are Gun. No Gun is Sword.
Conclusions:
(a) Some Mall are not Rose.

(b) Some Mall are Sword.

(c) Some Mall are Gun is a possibility.

(d) No Rose is Sword is a possibility.

(e) Some Grave are Mall.

P + Q means P is neither equal to nor smaller than Q

P X Q means P is not smaller than Q

P – Q means P is neither greater nor smaller than Q

P ÷ Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q

P \$ Q means P is not greater than Q

P & Q means P is not equal to Q

7) Statement: N – Q, I \$ Q , G X N, I & Z
Conclusions:
I. G & I

II. G + I

8) Statements: V ÷ K, R + C, K \$ C, D – V
Conclusions:
I. D ÷ R
II. C + D

Seven friends P, Q, R, S, T, U and V sit in a row of examination hall facing north. Each one has differentroll numbers from 1331 to 1337. The following information is known about them, U sits to the immediate left of the one, whose roll number is 1331. The one, whose roll number is 1333, sits at the extreme right end. There is only one person between Q and S and neither of their roll numbers is an odd number. Neither P nor U sits at any extreme end. V and R sit adjacent to each other. T, whose roll number is 1335, sits to the left of S but not at any extreme end. P is not adjacent to S. V’s roll number is greater than the roll number of U. U’s roll number is greater than the roll number of T.