Nac questions – analytical ability

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<ul><li> 1. NAC QUESTIONS ANALYTICAL ABILITY </li> <li> 2. CODING If MASTER is written as 1201821619, what is the code for DOCTOR? A) 3142211619 B) 3412211619 C) 3142216119 D) 3142211691 </li> <li> 3. CODING If in a certain language, MUSIC is coded as LSPEX. How will SOUND be coded in that language? A) RMRJY B) RNTMC C) RNTJY D) RMJTY </li> <li> 4. CODING DECODING If KINLEY is written as IGLJCW, what is the code for BISLERI? A) ZGJQPW B) ZGQJCPG C) ZJQGCPW D) AGJQCPW </li> <li> 5. CODING If RAGHU is written as GRUHA, what is the code for SHILU? A) LSHUI B) SILUH C) ISULH D) ISUHL </li> <li> 6. ODD MAN OUT NON VERBAL Given below are four figures, of which three are similar and the fourth one is different. Find the odd figure. A) B) C) D) </li> <li> 7. ODD MAN OUT NON VERBAL Given below are four figures, of which three are similar and the fourth one is different. Find the odd figure. </li> <li> 8. ODD MAN OUT NON VERBAL Given below are four figures, of which three are similar and the fourth one is different. Find the odd figure. </li> <li> 9. ODD MAN OUT NON VERBAL Given below are four figures, of which three are similar and the fourth one is different. Find the odd figure. </li> <li> 10. NON VERBAL REASONING In the following questions, three figures are given, that follow a certain sequence or pattern. Find the next figure in the sequence from the answer choices provided below. </li> <li> 11. NON VERBAL REASONING In the following questions, three figures are given, that follow a certain sequence or pattern. Find the next figure in the sequence from the answer choices provided below. </li> <li> 12. NON VERBAL REASONING In the following questions, three figures are given, that follow a certain sequence or pattern. Find the next figure in the sequence from the answer choices provided below </li> <li> 13. NON VERBAL REASONING In the following questions, three figures are given, that follow a certain sequence or pattern. Find the next figure in the sequence from the answer choices provided below. </li> <li> 14. SYLLOGISM Each question has two statements and some conclusions. Choose the conclusion that logically follows: All pens are books. Some pens are pencils. A) Some pencils are pens. B) Some books are pencils. C) All pens are pencils. D) None of the options </li> <li> 15. SYLLOGISM Each question has two statements and some conclusions. Choose the conclusion that logically follows: All mangoes are apples. All apples are sweet. A) All mangoes are sweet. B) Some mangoes are sweet. C) Some mangoes are not sweet. D) Both A and B </li> <li> 16. STATEMENT INFERENCE Assuming the statement given in each question to be true, point out the inference as one of the following: (A)- True (B)- False (C)- Uncertain (D)- None of the options 29) Statement: Only educated people can find a solution. Inference: No uneducated person can find a solution. A) A B) B C) C D) D </li> <li> 17. STATEMENT INFERENCE Assuming the statement given in each question to be true, point out the inference as one of the following: (A)- True (B)- False (C)- Uncertain (D)- None of the options 29) Statement: Some journalists are actors. Inference: Some journalists are not actors. A) A B) B C) C D) D </li> <li> 18. STATEMENT INFERENCE Assuming the statement given in each question to be true, point out the inference as one of the following: (A)- True (B)- False (C)- Uncertain (D)- None of the options 29) Statement: No rich is poor. Inference: No poor is rich. A) A B) B C) C D) D </li> <li> 19. STATEMENT INFERENCE Assuming the statement given in each question to be TRUE, point out the inference as one of the following: (A)- True (B)- False (C)- Uncertain (D)- None of the options 29) Statement: Either Ravi goes to the market or Shyam sings a song. Inference: Ravi did not go to the market, so Shyam must be singing. A) A B) B C) C D) D </li> <li> 20. STATEMENT CONCLUSION In the following questions, mark 1, if statement I alone can help determine the conclusion 2, if statement II alone can help determine the conclusion 3, if statement I and II taken together can help determine the conclusion 4, if none of the statements, taken together or separately, can help determine the conclusion 30) Conclusion: The foundation stone for the building is laid. Statement I: Without a foundation, a building cannot be raised. Statement II: Ministers lay foundation stones. A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 </li> <li> 21. STATEMENT CONCLUSION In the following questions, mark: 1, if statement I alone can help determine the conclusion 2, if statement II alone can help determine the conclusion 3, if statement I and II taken together can help determine the conclusion 4, if none of the statements, taken together or separately, can help determine the conclusion 30) Conclusion: Rohith enjoys riding bikes. Statement I: All boys enjoy riding bikes. Statement II: Rohith is studying in St. Josephs Boys High School. A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 </li> <li> 22. STATEMENT CONCLUSION In the following questions, mark 1, if statement I alone can help determine the conclusion 2, if statement II alone can help determine the conclusion 3, if statement I and II taken together can help determine the conclusion 4, if none of the statements, taken together or separately, can help determine the conclusion 30) Conclusion: Anand is intelligent without an education. Statement I: Anand is not educated but he is intelligent. Statement II: Education has not made Anand intelligent. A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 </li> <li> 23. STATEMENT CONCLUSION In the following questions, mark: 1, if statement I alone can help determine the conclusion 2, if statement II alone can help determine the conclusion 3, if statement I and II taken together can help determine the conclusion 4, if none of the statements, taken together or separately, can help determine the conclusion 30) Conclusion : Mathew does not speak English. Statement I: Mathew speaks French. Statement II: Mathew speaks only one of the two languages - English and French. A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 </li> <li> 24. STATEMENT CONCLUSION Each question has two statements and some conclusions. Choose the conclusion that logically follows: All women are tigers. No tiger is beautiful. A) All women are beautiful. B) No woman is beautiful. C) Some women are beautiful. D) None of the options </li> <li> 25. STATEMENT CONCLUSION Each question has two statements and some conclusions. Choose the conclusion that logically follows: All actors are singers. Some dramatists are actors. A) Some singers are dramatists. B) Some dramatists are actors and singers. C) All singers are actors. D) None of the options </li> <li> 26. DATA SUFFICIENCY Use the following information to answer the question given below. 1. If the question can be answered with the help of statement I alone. 2. If the question can be answered with the help of statement II alone 3. If the question can be answered with the help of both I and II 4. If none of the above options is true. What is the time difference between New York and London? Statement I: The departure time at New York is exactly 9.00am local time, and the arrival time at London is on the same day at 10am local time Statement II: The flight time is five hours (a) 1 (b) 2 (c)3 (d) 4 </li> <li> 27. ANALYTICAL REASONING Directions for Questions 21-24: Read the following information and answer the questions that follow: Nita, Gita, Sita and Rita travelled in airplane, car, bus and train (not necessarily in that order). Sita did not travel by train. Gita travelled by car. Rita travelled neither by car nor by train. Sita could not travel by airplane due to health problems. Nita did not go by bus. 21) Who travelled by train? A) Nita B) Rita C) Sita D) None of the options 22) By which mode of transport did Sita travel? A) Airplane B) Train C) Bus D) None of the options 23) Who travelled by airplane? A) Nita B) Rita C) Sita D) Gita 24) If Gita interchanges her mode of transport with Sita, then by which mode would Gita travel? A) Car B) Bus C) Airplane D) None of the options </li> <li> 28. ANALYTICAL REASONING Read the following information and answer the questions that follow: Dinesh, Kunal, Nitin, Atul and Prashant are standing on a playground, facing the north direction in the manner described below. (i) Kunal is 40 metres to the right of Atul. (ii) Dinesh is 60 metres to the south of Kunal. (iii) Nitin is 25 metres to the west of Atul. (iv) Prashant is 90 metres to the north of Dinesh. 21) Who is to the north-east of the person who is to the left of Kunal? A) Atul B) Nitin C) Dinesh D) None of the options 22) A boy walks from Nitin, meets Atul followed by Kunal, Dinesh and then Prashant. How many metres has he walked, if he has travelled straight all through? A) 145 meters B) 155 meters C) 175 meters D) 215 meters 23) If a girl walks from Dinesh and meets Prashanth, whom will she need to pass through? A) Atul B) Nitin C) Kunal D) None of the options 24) If Dinesh starts walking towards Atul, in what direction would he head? A) North-east B) South-west C) North-west D) South-east </li> <li> 29. ANALYTICAL REASONING Read the following information and answer the questions that follow: A room of floor area 3x3 is to be fitted with tiles of size 1x1 of different colors. The black tile is in between the green and the white tiles. The blue tile is adjacent the red tile. The orange tile is adjacent the pink tile. The yellow tile is to the right (east) of the red tile, and the violet tile is to the left (west) of the orange tile. 21) If the yellow tile is to the north of the white tile, and the black tile is between the red and the orange tiles, where is the violet tile? A) To the north of the green tile B) To the west of the orange tile C) To the east of the blue tile D) None of the options 22) If the blue tile is present between the green and the violet tiles, the black tile will be to the north of: A) The blue tile B) The red tile C) The orange tile D) Cannot be determined 23) If the pink tile is between the yellow and the white tiles, which of the following is/are TRUE? A) The orange tile is between the red and the black tiles. B) The blue tile is to the east of the red tile. C) The yellow tile is to the west of the red tile. D) All the options 24) If the orange tile is between the black and the red tiles, and the orange tile is to the north of the red tile which of the following is definitely FALSE? A) The green tile is to the north of the violet tile. B) The white tile is to the south of the pink tile. C) The orange tile is to the left of the pink tile. D) The red tile is to the left of the yellow tile. </li> <li> 30. ANALYTICAL REASONING There are four boys - Anil, Bhasker, Chandan and Devendra, and four girls - Esha, Fatima, Godavari and Harshita. They are sitting around a circular table (facing the centre of the table), in the following manner: A. Boys and girls and sitting alternately. B. Bhasker and Davendra are sitting directly opposite each other. C. Esha is sitting between Anil and Bhasker. D. Fatima is sitting to the immediate right of Bhasker. E. Fatima and Godavari are sitting direct opposite each other. 21) Who is sitting opposite Esha? A) Fatima B) Harshita C) Godavari D) Chandan 22) Who is to the immediate right of Davendra? A) Harshita B) Fatima C) Anil D) Godavari 23) Who is at the second position to the left of Harshita? A) Godavari B) Chandan C) Fatima D) Esha 24) Who is to the immediate right of Godavari? A) Anil B) Davendra C) Chandan D) Harshita </li> <li> 31. VENN DIAGRAM In a class 50% of the students are boys. Of the girls, 45% are good at physics, 65% are good at chemistry and 60% are good at maths. 30% are good at physics and chemistry, 35% are good at chemistry and maths and 25% are good at physics and maths. Given that all the girls are good at least one of the three subjects mentioned, what is the number of girls good in all the three subjects if there are 200 students in the class? (a) 10 (b) 20 (c) 8 (d) 6 </li> </ul>