# SSC CPO Reasoning Ability Quiz 10

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# SSC CPO Reasoning Ability Quiz 10

### Introduction

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### Quiz

Direction(1-5): Study the following information to answer the given questions.
(A) Six plays are to be organized from Monday to Sunday-One play each day with one day when there is no play. 'No play' day is not Monday or Sunday.
(B) The plays are held in sets of 3 plays each in such a way that 3 plays are held without any break ie, 3 plays are held in such a way, that there is no 'No play' day between them but immediately before this set or immediately after this set it is 'No play' day.
(C) Play Z is held on 26th and play X was held on 31st of the same month.
(D) Play B was not held immediately after play A (but was held after A, not necessarily immediately) and play M was held immediately before 'Q'.
(E) All the six plays were held in the same month.
1. Which play was organized on Monday ?
A. Z B. M C. Q D. Cannot be determined E. None of these

2. Which day was play Z organized?
A. Tuesday B. Monday C. Wednesday D. Cannot be determines E. None of these

3. Which date was a 'No play' day?
A. 26th B. 28th C. 29th D. Cannot be determines E. None of these

4. Which of the following is true ?
A. Play B is held immediately before play M B. Play Z is held after play B C. There was a gap after 2 plays and then 4 plays were organized D. First play was organized on the 25th E. Play B was held on Friday

5. Which day was play Q organized?
A. Friday B. Wednesday C. Saturday D. Cannot be determined E. None of these

Explanation [1-5]-
Game A was organised on Monday.
 Day Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun Date 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Game A Z B * M Q X

Where * = Holiday
Direction(1-3): In each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the following options holds true:
1. Statements: S ≥ T, T > N, N ≥ R = G, P < G, P ≥ J Conclusions: I. T > G II. R ≥ P
A. Only conclusion I is true B. Only conclusion II is true C. Either conclusion I or conclusion II is true D. Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true E. Both conclusions I and II are true

2. Statements: A D, G ≤ P ≤ Z, Z = N > F Conclusions: I. P > A II. N ≥ G
A. If only conclusion I is true. B. If only conclusion II is true. C. If either conclusion I or conclusion II is true. D. If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true E. If both conclusions I and II are true

3. Statements: P ≥ Q ≤ S, T > S, K ≥ T, K = R ≥ M Conclusions: I. T = R II. R > T
A. If only conclusion I is true. B. If only conclusion II is true. C. If either conclusion I or conclusion II is true. D. If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true E. If both conclusions I and II are true

Direction(4-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
Eva is 15m to the east of Bradman. Gayle is 20m to the north of Eva. Karam is 10m to the east of Gayle. Maria is 30m to the south of Karam. Pranav is 20m to the west of Maria. Lokesh is 10m to the north of Pranav.
4. If Vikram is 10m to the east of Sharma and Sharma is 10m to the north of Lokesh, then what will be the distance between Eva and Vikram?
A. 10 m B. 15 m C. 20 m D. 5 m E. 25 m

5. What is the total distance between Bradman and Lokesh?
A. 10 m B. 15 m C. 20 m D. 5 m E. 30 m

Explanation -
T > N ≥ R = G
Conclusions: I. T > G (true)
P < G = R
Conclusions: II. R ≥ P (false)
Explanation -
A D, G ≤ P
A < D < G ≤ P
Conclusions: I. P > A (true)
G ≤ P ≤ Z = N > F
Conclusions: II. N ≥ G (True)
Explanation -
Given statement - P ≥ Q ≤ S, T > S, K ≥ T, K = R ≥ M
For conclusion I & II-
R = K ≥ T
I. T = R
II. R > T
This is a case of complementary pairs, hence either I or II conclusion follows
Explanation [4-5]-

Direction(1-5): Study the following information carefully to answer the question.
Seven friends Garima, Himani, Jivika, Komal, Latika, Mouli and Nishita are working in different cities viz Kolkata, Lucknow, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Delhi, Agra and Bhopal, but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them has a different professions viz, Teacher, Photographer, Banker, Company Secretary, Charted Accountant, Editor and Painter, but not necessarily in the same order.Himani is a Editor and she works in Dehradun. Komal is a Photographer and she does not work in Kolkata. The teacher who works in Lucknow. Mouli works in Delhi. The Painter works in Bhopal. Latika is a Charted Accountant and she works in Chandigarh. Garima is a Company Secretary. Jivika does not works in Lucknow.
1. Who is the Banker?
A. Jivika B. Nishita C. Komal D. Mauli E. None of these

2. Which of the following combination of Person, Profession and City is denitely correct with respect to given information?
A. Garima - Company Secretary - Chandigarh B. Komal - Painter -Bhopal C. Latika - Charted Accountant - Lucknow D. Mouli - Editor-Dehradun E. None of these

3. Who is working in Lucknow?
A. Jivika B. Komal C. Mouli D. Nishita E. Data inadequate

4. The Company Secretary works in which city?
A. Agra B. Kolkata C. Lucknow D. Chandigarh E. None of these

5. Who is the Charted Accountant?
A. Nishita B. Jivika C. Mouli D. Garima E. None of these

Explanation [1-5]-

Person City Profession
Garima Kolkata Company Secretary
Jivika Bhopal Painter
Komal Agra Photagrapher
Latika Chandigarh Charted Accountant
Mauli Delhi Banker
Nishita Lucknow Teacher