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# Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - CAT MCQ

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Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 1

### Directions: Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below. Each of the six persons namely A, B, C, D, E and F took one ball from a box containing 300 balls of six different colours Blue, Black, Red, White, Green and Yellow. Also, the number of balls of each colour is the same. Following is the detail of three statements made by each of the persons. Exactly one of the statements made by each person is true and only one of the statements made about B is correct. Also, balls of two particular colours were not taken by any of the persons. (2012) Q. What is the colour of the ball taken by A?

Detailed Solution for Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 1

Taking the statements made by C, we can say that one of the two statements I and II must be true, which means that statement III is definitely false.
So,  A took a blue ball.

Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 2

### Directions: Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below. Each of the six persons namely A, B, C, D, E and F took one ball from a box containing 300 balls of six different colours Blue, Black, Red, White, Green and Yellow. Also, the number of balls of each colour is the same. Following is the detail of three statements made by each of the persons. Exactly one of the statements made by each person is true and only one of the statements made about B is correct. Also, balls of two particular colours were not taken by any of the persons. (2012) Q. What is the colour of the ball taken by C?

Detailed Solution for Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 2

Taking the statements made by C, we can say that one of the two statements I and II must be true, which means that statement III is definitely false.
Taking the statements made by E and A: Both statements II and III by E state that B took a blue ball and hence both are false as only one statement made on B is true. So statement I of both A and E are correct.
So, F took a red ball and B took a green ball.
Hence statement II by A was false.
So, C took a red ball.

Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 3

### Directions: Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below. Each of the six persons namely A, B, C, D, E and F took one ball from a box containing 300 balls of six different colours Blue, Black, Red, White, Green and Yellow. Also, the number of balls of each colour is the same. Following is the detail of three statements made by each of the persons. Exactly one of the statements made by each person is true and only one of the statements made about B is correct. Also, balls of two particular colours were not taken by any of the persons. (2012) Q. For how many of the mentioned persons, the exact colour of the balls taken by them can be determined?

Detailed Solution for Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 3

Considering the statements made by C , we can conclude that one of the two statements I and II must be true, which means that statement III is definitely false.
Considering the statements made by B: We know that statement I is definitely false as A took a blue ball. Also, statement III is false.
So, statement II made by B is true.
Considering the statements made by F: We already know that A took a blue ball and C took a green ball.
Hence, both the statements I and II are false and therefore statement III made by F is true.
So, neither D took a yellow ball nor did he took a red ball.
Consider the statements made by D: We already know that statement II is false as F took a red ball.
So, one of the statements I and III is true.
It is also given that balls of two different colours were not taken by any of the mentioned persons.
Case I: E took a yellow ball D must have taken a blue ball and balls of white and black colour are not taken by any of the mentioned persons.
Case II: D took a green ball E could have taken either a white or a black ball.
For four persons viz.A, F, C and B the exact color of the balls taken by them can be determined.

Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 4

Directions: Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.
Eight teams participate in the Indian Soccer League (ISL) in which they play one another exactly once. The winner gets three points while the loser gets no points from a match. Both the teams get one point each if the match results in a draw. It is known that not more than 3 matches resulted in a draw in the tournament. The teams are ranked in the following manner before the tournament starts:

The new ranks of the eight teams would be decided based on their performance in the ISL, with the team scoring the maximum points ranked 1 and so on. If two or more teams score equal points at the end of the tournament, their final ranks would be decided based on the total number of goals scored in the tournament, with more goals giving a team better rank.
An “upset” is said to have happened when a lower ranked team defeats a higher ranked team in a match.

(2012)

Q. If Rajasthan Badshahs came in the top four teams after ISL, then what is the minimum number of upsets that must have happened?

Detailed Solution for Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 4

It can happen with 0 upsets and 3 draws: Delhi Challengers Vs Peshawar Pehalwans Delhi Challengers Vs Rajasthan Badshahs Peshawar Pehalwans Vs Rajasthan Badshahs The above three teams would end with 2 wins and 2 draws each. Rajasthan Badshahs can have Rank 4 based on the total goals scored in the tournament.

Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 5

Directions: Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.
Eight teams participate in the Indian Soccer League (ISL) in which they play one another exactly once. The winner gets three points while the loser gets no points from a match. Both the teams get one point each if the match results in a draw. It is known that not more than 3 matches resulted in a draw in the tournament. The teams are ranked in the following manner before the tournament starts:

The new ranks of the eight teams would be decided based on their performance in the ISL, with the team scoring the maximum points ranked 1 and so on. If two or more teams score equal points at the end of the tournament, their final ranks would be decided based on the total number of goals scored in the tournament, with more goals giving a team better rank.
An “upset” is said to have happened when a lower ranked team defeats a higher ranked team in a match.

(2012)

Q. If Hobart Rockets retained Rank 3, then what is the maximum number of upsets that could have happened?

Detailed Solution for Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 5

Except the two matches given below all the matches can result in upsets. Hobart Rockets Vs Rajasthan Badshahs Hobart Rockets Vs Peshawar Pehalwans. If both the above matches are won by Hobart Rockets, then Hobart Rockets and Rajasthan Badshahs would end with 4 wins each. Hobart Rockets can have Rank 3 based on the total goals scored in the tournament.

Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 6

Directions: Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.
Eight teams participate in the Indian Soccer League (ISL) in which they play one another exactly once. The winner gets three points while the loser gets no points from a match. Both the teams get one point each if the match results in a draw. It is known that not more than 3 matches resulted in a draw in the tournament. The teams are ranked in the following manner before the tournament starts:

The new ranks of the eight teams would be decided based on their performance in the ISL, with the team scoring the maximum points ranked 1 and so on. If two or more teams score equal points at the end of the tournament, their final ranks would be decided based on the total number of goals scored in the tournament, with more goals giving a team better rank.
An “upset” is said to have happened when a lower ranked team defeats a higher ranked team in a match.

(2012)

Q. If 27 matches in ISL resulted in upsets, then what is the maximum number of teams who could have retained their initial ranks?

Detailed Solution for Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 6

If the only match that doesn’t result in an upset is Delhi Challengers Vs Peshawar Pehalwans and it is won by Delhi Challengers, then both the teams would retain their initial ranks.

Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 7

Directions: These questions are based on the following information
IT School of Management is a management institute involved in teaching,training and research. Currently it has 37 faculty members. They are involved in three jobs: teaching, training and research. Each faculty member working with IT School of Management has to be involved in at least one of the three jobs mentioned above:

• A maximum number of faculty members are involved in training. Among them, a number of faculty members are having additional involvement in the research.
• The number of faculty members in research alone is double the number of faculty members involved in all the three jobs.
• 17 faculty members are involved in teaching. The number of faculty members involved in teaching alone is less than the number of faculty members involved in research alone.
• The faculty members involved in the teaching are also involved in at least one more job.

(2011)

Q. After sometime,the faculty members who were involved in all the three tasks were asked to withdraw from one task. As a result, one of the faculty members each opted out of teaching and research, while remaining ones involved in all the three tasks opted out of training. Which one of the following statements, then necessarily follows:

Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 8

Directions: These questions are based on the following information
IT School of Management is a management institute involved in teaching,training and research. Currently it has 37 faculty members. They are involved in three jobs: teaching, training and research. Each faculty member working with IT School of Management has to be involved in at least one of the three jobs mentioned above:

• A maximum number of faculty members are involved in training. Among them, a number of faculty members are having additional involvement in the research.
• The number of faculty members in research alone is double the number of faculty members involved in all the three jobs.
• 17 faculty members are involved in teaching. The number of faculty members involved in teaching alone is less than the number of faculty members involved in research alone.
• The faculty members involved in the teaching are also involved in at least one more job.

(2011)

Q. Based on the information given above, the minimum number of faculty members involved in both training and teaching, but not in research is:

Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 9

Directions: These questions are based on the following information
IT School of Management is a management institute involved in teaching,training and research. Currently it has 37 faculty members. They are involved in three jobs: teaching, training and research. Each faculty member working with IT School of Management has to be involved in at least one of the three jobs mentioned above:

• A maximum number of faculty members are involved in training. Among them, a number of faculty members are having additional involvement in the research.
• The number of faculty members in research alone is double the number of faculty members involved in all the three jobs.
• 17 faculty members are involved in teaching. The number of faculty members involved in teaching alone is less than the number of faculty members involved in research alone.
• The faculty members involved in the teaching are also involved in at least one more job.

(2011)

Q. Among Anil, Bibek, Charu, Debu and Eswar, Eswar is taller than Debu but not as fat as Debu. Charu is taller than Anil but shorter than Bibek. Anil is fatter than Debu but not as fat as Bibek. Eswar is thinner than Charu, who is thinner than Debu. Eswar is shorter than Anil. Who is the thinnest person?

Detailed Solution for Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 9

Order of fatness :
E < D .....(i)
B > A > D .....(ii)
E < C < D .....(iii)
From (i), (ii) and (iii),
B > A > D > C > E
So E is the thinnest.

Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 10

The cars at a dealership come with a choice of the following options : air-conditioning, a cassette deck, leather seats, power windows, a sunroof and tinted glass. None of the cars has any other optional equipment. The following conditions apply : If a car has leather seats, it also has a cassette deck. If a car has a cassette deck, it also has power windows; If a car has power windows, it also has a cassette deck.
Cars with tinted glass have a sunroof, but no air-conditioning. Cars that have air-conditioning  have, at most, two other options.

(2010)

Q. If a car has both tinted glass and leather seats, what is the greatest number of additional options that the car could have?

Detailed Solution for Test: Analytical Reasoning - 4 - Question 10

We must have both S and C, which forces A into the out column. Since we’re looking the greatest number of additional elements we can add P to the in column for a total of 3 additional elements.

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