Oracle Reasoning Question

  1. 11, 16, 23, 32,?
    1. 45
    2. 43
    3. 38
    4. 36
    Answer: Option B.
    Here the series follows as +5, +7, +9, +11 and so on. So the term will be 32 + 11 = 43.
  2. x _ x x _ x _ x y x x _ x _
    1. y y x x y
    2. x x x y x
    3. x y x y x
    4. y y y x x
    Answer: Option  A
    Here the series follows as, x y / x x y / x x x y / x x x x y. Therefore, y y x x y.
  1. 3, 3, 6, 18,?
    1. 52
    2. 62
    3. 72
    4. 82
    Answer: Option C.
    Here the series follows as x 1, x 2, x 3, x 4 and so on. So the term will be 18 x 4 = 72.
    DIRECTIONS for the question 4-6:The question below has either two or three statements followed by two or three conclusions.
    You have to take the given statements to be true and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding the commonly known facts. 
    1) If only conclusion I follows
    2) If only conclusion II follows
    3) If both conclusions follow
    4) If neither of the two conclusions follows
  2. Statements:
    I.All hats are men.
    II. All men are taps.
      Conclusions:
    I.  Some taps are hat.
    II. Some taps are men
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    Answer: Option C.

    So, both conclusion follows.
  3. Statements:
    I
    .All wine is divine.
    II. All divine are tales.
      Conclusions:
    I.  
    All wine is tale.
    II.All tales are wine.
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    Answer: Option A.

    So, only conclusion I follows.
    DIRECTIONS for questions 6-7: From the set of numbers given in the four alternatives, which is the most similar to the set given in the question
  4. Statements:
    I
    .All cabs are cats.
    II. All fish are cats.
      Conclusions:
    I.  
     All cabs are fish.
    II.Some fish are cabs.
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    Answer: Option D

    So, no conclusion follows.
    DIRECTIONS for the questions 7-9:The question below is followed by two statements marked I and II.
    Mark as your answer.
    1) If only one statement is sufficient to answer the question but not the other
    2) If either statement is sufficient to solve the question
    3) If data in both statements is required to answer the question
    4) If question cannot be answered by using even both statements
  5. When is Manohar’s birthday this year?
        I.  It is between January 13 and 15, January 13 being Wednesday.
        II. It is not on Friday.
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    Answer: Option A
    From statement I, we conclude that Manohar’s birthday is on January 14th which is Thursday, this year. So only I is needed.
  6. On which day the flat was purchased by Rohan in 1996?
         I.  Certainly before 18th december, 1996 but definitely not before 15th december, 1996.
         II. Certainly after 16th december, 1996 but not later than 19th december, 1996.
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    Answer: Option C.
    From statement I, we conclude that Rohan purchased the flat between 15th & 18th December i.e. on 15th, 16th or 17th December.
    From statement II, we conclude that the flat was purchased between 16th and 19th December i.e. on 17th or 18th December.
    The day common to above two groups is 17th December. So, Rohan purchased the flat on 17th December.
    Thus, both I and II are needed.
  7. The chairman of a big company visits one department on Monday of every week except for the Monday of third week of every month.
        I. He visited Accounts department in the second week of September after having visited Purchase department on the earlier occasion.
         II. He had visited Purchase department immediately after visiting stores department but before visiting Accounts department.
       When did he visit the Purchase department?.
    1. 100
    2. 150
    3. 200
    4. 160
    5. None of these
    Answer: Option A.
    From statement I we conclude that the chairman visited Purchase department on Monday of the first week of September. So, I alone is sufficient. The time of visit of no department is mentioned in II, which is therefore insufficient.

  8. From the positions in the original figure, C and A move diagonally to opposite corners and then one side each clockwise and anti-clockwise respectively. B and D move two sides each clockwise and anti-clockwise respectively. Who is at the north-west corner?
    1. A
    2. C
    3. B
    4. D
    Answer: Option B.
    C reaches B’s position & A reaches D’s position.
    B reaches A’s position and D reaches C’s position.
    Hence C is now at north-west corner.

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