TCS Ninja Reasoning Ability
In each of the five pairs of letter clusters, the letters in a second term are a rearranged/transformed form of the letters in the first term in a particular pattern. In which two pairs, has the transformation been done in
the same way?
A. A and C
B. B and D
C. E and C
D. B and E
Given below is a question followed by two statements, I and II each containing some information. Decide which of the statement(s) is/are sufficient to answer the question.
Six persons P to Q are sitting in a row facing north direction. Who among the following sits at extreme right
P sits third to the left of U. Q sits two places away from P but not adjacent to U. T sits immediate left of S.
There are two persons between Q and T. S sits to the immediate left of U but to the right of T. Neither S nor U is adjacent.
A. If the data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question
B. If the data either in statement I or statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.
C. If the data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question.
D. If the data in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
Six persons Vinay, Vijay, Varun, Varsha, Vinod and Vartika were seated in a row not necessarily in the same order. They were seated facing the north, Vijay was 2nd to the right of Varsha who was seated at a gap of 3 from Vartika.Vinay was 2nd to the right of Varun who was not neighbouring Vijay. Who was seated to the immediate right of Vinod?
Shekar asked his girlfriend to book a hotel in Udaipur for their trip. Following are the selection of hotel they have decided:
(a) Price of hotel must be less than Rs. 5000 per night.
(b) Couple should be allowed.
(c) It should be within 10km from the railway station.
(d) If a hostel satisfies all the criteria except (a) but it is providing online payment option, she will ask her friend for finalization.
(e) If a hotel satisfies all the criteria except (c) but it provides free breakfast, she will ask Shekhar for finalisation.
“Hotel Disaster Inn” is offering super deluxe room at the price os Rs. 4500 per night. Its rating on Google is 4.5 and it is 12 km from railway Station. Hotel policy allows couple to check in with original ID card and pay
in cash. Free breakfast, sofas, swimming pool, parking, lift and AC are mentioned in the facilities. Which of the following options below is CORRECT for the selection of hotel above?
A. It will not be finalised by her friend.
B. She will ask Shekar for finalisation.
C. It will be selected by her.
D. She will ask her friend for finalization
Two statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to consider these
statements to be true, even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Decide which
of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statement.
All paths are roads
Some roads are highway
I. Some highways are paths
II. All paths being highway is a possibility
A. Both conclusions I and II follow
B. Only conclusion I follow
C. Neither conclusion I nor II follow
D. Only conclusion II follows
The given question consists of six statements followed by 4 options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option, which indicates a valid argument that is, when the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the preceding two statements.
(a) Some mails are falis
(b) Bail is a fail
(c) Some jail is mail
(d) Fail is jail
(e) No mail is a fail
(f) No bail is mail
A. b e f
B. c b a
C. a f b
D. c d e
The ratio of the number of executive and non-executive employees working in a company is 2:5. 50% of the executives and 30% of the non executives stay outside the company campus. 350 of the employees
staying outside the campus live in their own houses with the ratio of 2:3 between executives and non- executives, while the rest live in rented houses. 60 non-executives stay in rented houses. 60% of the employees staying in rented houses travel to their workplace by two-wheelers and the rest 40% travel by the company bus. The number of executives travelling by the company bus is 15. How many executives are staying outside?
Q.10 The ratio of the number of executive and non-executive employees working in a company is 2:5. 50%
of the executives and 30% of the non-executives stay outside the company campus. 350 of the employees
staying outside the campus live in their own houses with the ratio of 2:3 between executives and non-
executives, while the rest live in rented houses. 60 non-executives stay in rented houses. 60% of the
employees staying in rented houses travel to their workplace by two-wheelers and the rest 40% travel by
the company bus. The number of executives travelling by the company bus is 15.
A statement is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. Decide which of the argument(s) is/ are strong (important and directed related to the question) and which is/ are weak (not important and not related to the central message of the question).
Statement: Should the Government of India privatise their shares of public entities?
Argument I: No, it will reduce their assets, which can help them in the difficult time.
Argument II. Yes. Mixed economies like India will be in better condition if they do so.
A. Only argument II is strong
B. Neither I nor II is strong
C. Both I and II are strong
D. Only Argument I is strong
Three statements are followed by three conclusions number I, II and III. Assuming the statements to be TRUE, even if they do not confirm world knowledge, decide which of the conclusion(s) possibly follows/follow from the statements.
1. Some vehicles are trucks.
2. All aeroplanes are vehicles.
3. No truck is car.
I. No car is aeroplane.
II. It is possible that some trucks are aeroplanes.
III. Some cars are aeroplanes.
A. Only II follows
B. Only I and II follow
C. Only II and III follow
D. Only II and either I or III follow
Mahendra is going to buy a laptop, following are the criteria of selection of the laptop given by his father.
a) must be for less than Rs. 40,000
b) must have RAM equal or more than 8GB
c) must have Intel processor of version i3 or above
d) If any laptop is satisfying all the above criteria except (a), he will need his dad’s permission if ir is for less than Rs. 50,000
e) If any laptop is satisfying all the above criteria except (b), he will need his mom’s permission if it has storage of more than 512 GB. Acer AT20 is a new laptop in the market costing Rs. 35,000 and having 8GB RAM. It consists of processor i5 and pre-installed windows 10. Which of the following options below is CORRECT for the laptop given above?
A. He needs mom’s permission to buy it
B. He will buy the laptop
C. He will not buy the laptop
D. He needs dad’s permission to buy it
Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table. The following is the information known about them. B is opposite E who is neither adjacent to C nor to D. H is to the right of E and D is to the right of B. C does not sit near D and H. A does not sit near H and E. Two people sit between G and D, when counted from the right of G. Who is sitting opposite G?
In a certain code, if:
S#T means S is the father of T
S@T means S is the wife of T
S%T means S is the brother of T
S$T means S is the sister of T
S&T means S is the daughter of T
S*T means S is the son of T
Who among the following is not a male?
Given below is a question followed by two statements, I and II each containing some information. Decide which of the statement(s) is/are sufficient to answer the question. How many persons are sitting in the row?
I. Ghazi, who is 5th to the right of Anish, is 12th from the left end. Anish is 15th from the right end.
II. Zenia is 4th to the left of Karan, who is 15th from the right end.
A. Statement I alone is sufficient.
B. Statement I alone or statement II alone is sufficient.
C. Statement II alone is sufficient.
D. Both the statements I and II together are not sufficient.