1. In which step are the elements ’41 30 now differs’ found in the same order ?
  • Fifth
  • Third •
  • Fourth
  • The given order of elements is not found in any step
  • Second
  1. What is the position of ’57’ from

the right of ’41’ in the first step ?

  • Seventh (B) Sixth
  • Second (D) Third

(E) Fifth

  1. Which element is exactly between

’12’ and ‘differs’ in second last step of the given arrangement ?

  • now (B)   of
  • evaluation (D) 30

(E) 98

  1. Which element is eighth to the left of the element which is tenth from the left end of the fourth step ?
  • of (B)   63
  • now (D)   57

(E) 41

  1. What is the position of ’30’ from

the left end of the second step ?

  • Ninth (B)   Eighth
  • Sixth (D)   Fifth

(E) Seventh

  1. How many elements are there to the right of evaluation in the last step ?
  • Eight (B)   Six

(C) Three    (D)   Five

(E) Four

Direction—Read the given infor­mation and answer the question.

Airport Economic Regulatory Authority cleared an 88% reduction in charges at airport in City X and asked the operator to submit fresh rate slabs for approval. With this order, both the landing and parking charges of the planes and the user development fee will come down at the said airport.

  1. Which of the following may be an effect of the said reduction in charges at the airport ?
  • All airlines in the country will prefer to move their head­quarters to city X.
  • The number of people in the country travelling by aeroplanes will rise drastically.
  • Airlines will charge less when travelling to and from city X as compared to other cities.
  • Aeroplanes flying from city X will be able to accommodate more number of passengers per plane.
  • People will travel to city X more often than arjy other city in the country.

Directions—(Q. 38-43) In this question two/three statements fol­lowed by two conclusions numbered I and II have been given. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclu­sions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

  1. Statements : All brinjals are

potatoes. All po­tatoes are carrots. Conclusion I : All carrots are potatoes.

Conclusion II : All brinjals are carrots.

  • Only conclusion II follows
  • Both I and II follow
  • Only conclusion I follows
  • Neither I nor II follows
  • Either I or II follows
  1. Statements : Some stands are

rods. No wood is a rod.

Conclusion I : All woods being stands is a pos­sibility.

Conclusion II: Some rods are definitely not stands.

  • both I and II follow
  • neither I nor II follows
  • only conclusion I follows
  • either I or II follows
  • only conclusion II follows
  1. Statements : Some urns are

jugs. All jugs are vessels. No ves­sel is a plate.

Conclusion I : All plates being urns is a possi­bility.

Conclusion II: All jugs being urns is a possi­bility.

  • Neither I nor II follows
  • Only conclusion II follows
  • Either I or II follows
  • Both I and II follow
  • Only conclusion I follows
  1. Statements : Some urns are

jugs. All jugs are vessels.

No vessel is a plate.

Conclusion I . Some plates are jugs.

Coclusion II : Some urns are definitely vessels.

  • Either I or II follows
  • Neither I nor II follows
  • Both I and II follow
  • Only conclusion II follows
  • Only conclusion I follows
  1. Statements : Some stands are

rods. No wood is a rod.

Conclusion I : Some stands are woods.

Conclusion II: No stand is a wood.

  • Only conclusion I follows
  • Both I and II follow
  • Neither I nor II follows
  • Only conclusion II follows
  • Either I or II follows
  1. Statements : Some flowers are

bouquets. Some bouquets are garlands.

Conclusion I : Some garlands are flowers.

Conclusion II: All garlands are flowers.

  • Both I and II follow
  • Neither I nor II follows
  • Only conclusion II follows
  • Either I or II follows
  • Only conclusion I follows

Directions—(Q. 44-49) Study the information carefully and answer the question.

A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular area at equal distances between each other, but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing the centre while some face outside (i.e., in a direction opposite to the centre).

A sits third to left of C. faces the centre. Only one person sits between A and H.

E sits second to right of H.

G sits second to left of F. F is not an immediate neighbour of A.

D is neither an immediate neigh­bour of A nor C.