 # Axtria Reasoning Questions

DIRECTIONS for questions 1-3: Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions.
Among six books i.e.-A, B, C, D, E and F kept in library shelf of different size. Book A is kept at that shelf which is only less in size than shelf in which book D is kept. Only three shelves are less in size than shelf in which book C is kept. Shelf in which F is kept is less in size than shelf in which E is kept. Book F is not kept at the lowest shelf.
1. Who amongst the following book is kept at lowest shelf?
1. B
2. A
3. E
4. C
5. None of these
 Books size D A C 16 cm2 E F B 12 cm2
Book B is kept at lowest shelf.
2. If size of shelf in which book E is kept is 16 cm2, then which of the following may be the size of shelf in which book B is kept?
1. 19 cm2
2. 22 cm2
3. 18 cm2
4. 17 cm2
5. 12 cm2
 Books size D A C 16 cm2 E F B 12 cm2
Book B is kept at 12cm2 self.
3. How many shelf are less in size than shelf in which book E is kept?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
5. More than four
 Books size D A C 16 cm2 E F B 12 cm2
Two shelf are less in size than shelf in which book E is kept
DIRECTIONS for questions 4-6: Study the following information and answer the given question.
• T is the sister of D. D is married to P. P is the son of M.
• T is the mother of J. Y is the father of U.
• Y has only one son and only one daughter.
• U is the daughter of T. Q is the son of O.
1. How is P related to T?
1. Brother
2. cannot be determined
3. Brother-in-law
4. Cousin brother
5. Uncle - Denotes female, + denotes male
MW, DP and YP are couples while U and J are children of YT. So P is a brother-in-law of T.
2. How is J related to D?
1. Son
2. Niece
3. Son-in-law
4. Nephew
5. Daughter 1. If M is wife of W then how is Q related to W?
1. Son-in-law
2. Grandson
3. Nephew
4. Son
5. cannot be determined
Relation between Q and W cannot be determined DIRECTIONS for questions 7 to 10: In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark answer
1. If only conclusion 1 follows.
2. If only conclusion II follows.
3. If either conclusion I or II follows.
4. If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
5. If both conclusions I and II follow.
1. Statements: H ≥ T >S ≤ Q, T ≥ U = V > B,
; Conclusions:
1. V > S
2. B ≤ H

Statements: H ≥ T > S ≤ Q, T ≥U = V > B
Conclusions:
1. V > S
2. B ≤H S<T ≥ U = V
So conclusion I i:e V > S is false
H ≥ T≥ U = V > B
So conclusion I i:e B ≤ H is false
2. Statements: F > K ≥ L, R > K>H Conclusions:
1. H > L
2. R > F

Statements: F > K ≥ L, R > K > H
Conclusions:
1. H < K ≥ L, no relation
2. R > K < F, no relation
As no relation is established so conclusion I and II is false
3. Statements: N ≥ P > K = L, P ≤ Q < Z, T > K
Conclusions:
1. N > Q
2. Z < T

Statements: N ≥ P > K = L, P ≤ Q < Z, T > K
Conclusions:
1. N > Q
2. Z < T
N ≥ P ≤ Q we can clearly see that conclusion I not follows.
T > K < P ≤ Q < Z
As no relation is established between Z and T so conclusion II is false
4. Statements: P < H = O ≤ N
II. E > H < S
Conclusions:
1. N ≥ P
2. S > P