# Venn Diagrams Practice Quiz

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# Venn Diagrams Practice Quiz

### Introduction

The article Venn Diagrams Practice Quiz provides information about Venn Diagrams, a important topic of Reasoning Consists of different types Venn Diagrams questions with solutions useful for candidates preparing for different competitive examinations like RRB .RRB ALP/Technical Exams/Junior Engineer Recruitment Exams, SSC CGL,SSC CHSL, IBPS, SBI PO, SBI Clerks, CAT and etc.

### Quiz

1. Choose the diagrams which represent boy, girl and a dog
A. B. C. D.

Explanation -
All the three are from different groups.
2. The venn diagram which represents State, Country and Blanket is
A. B. C. D.

Explanation -
State belongs to the country where blanket is from different group.
3. Choose the most suitable diagram for given items.
(i) Dog, cat, animal. (ii) Sister, mother, women. (iii) Town, state, country. (iv) Rhombus, Quadrilaterals, Polygons. (v) English, Hindi, Language. (vi) Women, mother, widows. (vii) Flowers, clothes, white. (viii) Kadamkuan, Patna, Bihar. (ix) Diesel, petrol, fuel. (x) Dogs, cats, pets. (xi) Table, study room, house. (xii) Hockey, Football, Games. (xiii) Tennis fans, Cricket players, Students. (xiv) Boy, student, cricketer. (xv) Cancer, Aids, Disease.
The diagrams are

A. B. C. D. E.

Answer - Option (i) (E),(ii) (E), (iii) (C), (iv) (C), (v) (E), (vi) (D), (vii) (A), (viii) (C), (ix) (E), (x) (E), (xi) (C), (xii) (E), (xiii) (B), (xiv) (B), (xv) (E)
Explanation -
State belongs to the country where blanket is from different group.
Direction: (4 - 9)
Each item is represented by a circle. Match the right parts on the basis of the relationship among the words given in each of these questions.

4. Water : Atmosphere : Hydrogen
A. A B. B C. D D. E

Explanation -
Atmosphere contains both Hydrogen and Oxygen
5. Shirt : Collar : Pocket
A. E B. D C. A D. B

Explanation -
Shirt has both Collar and Pocket.
6. English : Latin : Greek
A. A B. F C. C D. D

Explanation -
English, Greek and Latin are different languages.
7. Week : Day : Year
A. F B. E C. C D. A

Explanation -
Year contains week, Week contains day
8. Frame : Model : Painting
A. A B. B C. E D. F

Explanation -
Painting is framed in a frame while model is used for painting
9. City : Children : State
A. F B. E C. D D. C

Explanation -
Children line in a city and city is a past of state.
Direction: (1 - 5)
In the diagram given below, circle represents professors in a Medical college, triangle stands for Surgical Specialists while rectangle represents the Medical Specialists

1. Professors who are also surgical specialists are represented by
A. Y B. C C. D D. X

Explanation -
Rect angle represents area for the medical specialists whereas triangle represents surgical specialists and circle represents professors in a medical college. Thus area where professors who are also surgical specialists but not medical specialists is represented by D.
2. Surgical specialists who are also medical specialists but no professors are represented by
A. X B. Y C. Z D. B

Explanation -
Surgical specialists who are also medical specialists but not professors is common area of triangle and rectangle and not circle which is represented by Z.
3. College processors who are also medical specialists are represented by
A. Y B. X C. Z D. A

Explanation -
College professors who are also medical specialists is the common area of circle and rectangle represented by X.
4. ‘B’ represents
A. Professors who are not medical specialists B. Professors who are not surgical specialists C. Professors who are neither medical specialists nor surgical specialists D. Medical specialists who are neither professors nor surgical specialists

Explanation -
B represent medical specialists who are neither professors nor surgical specialists.
5. ‘C’ represents
A. Professors B. Medical Specialists C. Surgical Specialists D. Medical and Surgical Specialists

Explanation -
C represent only surgical specialists.
6. In the following diagram, triangle stands for ‘Bihari', square stands for ‘English', and circle stands for ‘Sanskrit'. Find how many ‘Biharis' are such who read English as well as Sanskrit ?

A. 3 B. 1, 3, 7 C. 3, 4, 5 D. 1, 3, 8

Explanation -
Since the number of Bihar is who read English and Sanskrit both, will be the number which will be enclosed by triangle, square and circle and such number is 3.
Direction: (1 - 8)
Staff employed in a UNESCO office in Paris are represented by four intersecting circles as in the given diagram. Each circle represents people who can read and write English, French, Spanish and Russian. Strength of people in each circle is also shown alongside. Study the diagram to answer these questions.

1. People who can read and write English, French and Spanish are represented by
A. A B. D C. K D. F

Explanation -
In this group, we consider common area of the tree circles one representing those people who can read and write English, second French and third Spanish. This is shown by the letter K in the diagram. It represents those people who can read and write French, English and Spanish.
2. People who can read and write all the four languages can be represented by
A. J B. M C. L D. K

Explanation -
This area is common to all four circles and represented by M.
3. People who can read and write all the languages except Spanish are represented by
A. K B. G C. B D. I

Explanation -
In this group we consider common area of the three circles except Spanish so subtracting the circle of Spanish from rest of three circles. We get the area of people who speaks all three languages except Spanish is I.
4. People who cannot read and write Russian, English and French are represented by
A. L B. J C. H D. E

Explanation -
People who cannot read and write Russian. English and French are represented by E.
5. People who cannot read and write Spanish and French but are conversant with English and Russian are represented by
A. B B. J C. M D. K

Explanation -
B is common area of these people who can read and write Spanish and French.
6. Which of the following languages is known by the maximum number of people as per the diagram ?
A. Spanish only B. French only C. English only D. Russian only

Explanation -
Given : A = 40
C = 2 A = 80
E = $\frac{1}{2}$ A = 20
G = 2 E = 40 = A
So, maximum number of people used English.
7. How many people know only Spanish ?
A. 10 B. 20 C. 40 D. 60

Explanation -
From the diagram only Spanish language is used by the people who belongs to E and E = 20
8. How many people can read and write any one language except French ?
A. 100 B. 160 C. 140 D. 120