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# CLAT Logical Reasoning Solved Question Paper 2015

#### Multiple Choice Questions

11.

Direction for the question: Read the following information carefully to choose best option for the question:

A. ‘L% M’ means that M is brother of L.

B. ‘L x M’ means that L is Mother of M.

C. ‘L/M’ means that L is the sister of M.

D. ‘L=M’ means that M is father of L.

If ‘A\$B’ means that A is the father of B, “A*B’ means that A is the month of B, [email protected]’ means that A is the wife of B, then which of the following means that M is the grandmother of N?

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12.

Direction for the question: Read the following information carefully to choose best option for the question:

A. ‘L% M’ means that M is brother of L.

B. ‘L x M’ means that L is Mother of M.

C. ‘L/M’ means that L is the sister of M.

D. ‘L=M’ means that M is father of L.

Which of the following means “I is the nephew of Q?”
1. Q % J=I
2. Q / M X B % I
3. C/I=B % Q
• only 3
• only 1
• only 2
• only 2
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13.

There are six houses in a row. Mr. Aalekh has Mr. Mishra and Mr. lliyas as neighbours. Mr. Mrityunjay has Mr. Sandeep and Mr. Nayak as neighbours. Mr.Sandeep’s house in not text to Mr. Mishra or Mr. lliyas and Mr. Nayakdoen not live next to Mr. lliyas.

Who are Mr. Mishra’s door neighbours?

• Mr. Aalekh and Mr. Mishra
• Mr. Aalekh and Mr. lliyas
• Mr. Nayak and Mr.Aalekh
• Mr. Nayak and Mr.Aalekh
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14.

Recently, the answers of the test held nationwide were leaked to a group of unscrupulous people. The Investigative agency has arrested the mastermind and nine other people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I in this matter. Interrogating them, the following facts have been obtained regarding their operation. Initially, the mastermind obtains the correct answer-key. All other create their answer-key from one or two people who already possess the same. These people are called his/her 'sources'. If the person has two sources, then he/she compares the answer-keys obtained for both sources. If the key to question from both sources is identical, it is copied, otherwise it is left blank. if the person has only one source, he/she copies the source’s answer into his/her copy. Finally, each person compulsorily replaces one of the answers (not a blank one) with a wrong answer in his/her answer key.

The paper contained 200 questions; so the investigative agency has ruled out the possibility of two or more of them introducing wrong answers to the same question. The investigate agency has a copy of the correct answer key and has tabulated the following data. This data represents question number.

 Name Wrong Answer(s) Blank Answer (s) A 46 —— B 96 469025 C 2,756 174690 D 17 —— E 4,690 —— F 1,446 9290 G 25 —— H 4,692 —— I 27 172690

Which of the following statement is true?

• Introduced the wrong answer to question 27

•  E introduced the wrong answer to question 46

• F introduced wrong answer to question 14

• H introduced the wrong answer to question 46

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15.

Recently, the answers of the test held nationwide were leaked to a group of unscrupulous people. The Investigative agency has arrested the mastermind and nine other people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I in this matter. Interrogating them, the following facts have been obtained regarding their operation. Initially, the mastermind obtains the correct answer-key. All other create their answer-key from one or two people who already possess the same. These people are called his/her 'sources'. If the person has two sources, then he/she compares the answer-keys obtained for both sources. If the key to question from both sources is identical, it is copied, otherwise it is left blank. if the person has only one source, he/she copies the source’s answer into his/her copy. Finally, each person compulsorily replaces one of the answers (not a blank one) with a wrong answer in his/her answer key.

The paper contained 200 questions; so the investigative agency has ruled out the possibility of two or more of them introducing wrong answers to the same question. The investigate agency has a copy of the correct answer key and has tabulated the following data. This data represents question number.

 Name Wrong Answer(s) Blank Answer (s) A 46 —— B 96 469025 C 2,756 174690 D 17 —— E 4,690 —— F 1,446 9290 G 25 —— H 4,692 —— I 27 172690

Which of the following two groups of people has identical sources?

(I) A, D and G (II) E and H

• Only (I)

• only (II)

• Neither (I) nor (II)

• Both (I) and (II)

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B.

B

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17. Both G and H were sources to……..
•  F
• B
• A
• A
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18.

Recently, the answers of the test held nationwide were leaked to a group of unscrupulous people. The Investigative agency has arrested the mastermind and nine other people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I in this matter. Interrogating them, the following facts have been obtained regarding their operation. Initially, the mastermind obtains the correct answer-key. All other create their answer-key from one or two people who already possess the same. These people are called his/her 'sources'. If the person has two sources, then he/she compares the answer-keys obtained for both sources. If the key to question from both sources is identical, it is copied, otherwise it is left blank. if the person has only one source, he/she copies the source’s answer into his/her copy. Finally, each person compulsorily replaces one of the answers (not a blank one) with a wrong answer in his/her answer key.

The paper contained 200 questions; so the investigative agency has ruled out the possibility of two or more of them introducing wrong answers to the same question. The investigate agency has a copy of the correct answer key and has tabulated the following data. This data represents question number.

 Name Wrong Answer(s) Blank Answer (s) A 46 —— B 96 469025 C 2,756 174690 D 17 —— E 4,690 —— F 1,446 9290 G 25 —— H 4,692 —— I 27 172690

How many people (excluding the mastermind) needed to make answer keys before C could make his answer key?
•  2

• 3

• 4

• 5

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19.

Recently, the answers of the test held nationwide were leaked to a group of unscrupulous people. The Investigative agency has arrested the mastermind and nine other people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I in this matter. Interrogating them, the following facts have been obtained regarding their operation. Initially, the mastermind obtains the correct answer-key. All other create their answer-key from one or two people who already possess the same. These people are called his/her 'sources'. If the person has two sources, then he/she compares the answer-keys obtained for both sources. If the key to question from both sources is identical, it is copied, otherwise it is left blank. if the person has only one source, he/she copies the source’s answer into his/her copy. Finally, each person compulsorily replaces one of the answers (not a blank one) with a wrong answer in his/her answer key.

The paper contained 200 questions; so the investigative agency has ruled out the possibility of two or more of them introducing wrong answers to the same question. The investigate agency has a copy of the correct answer key and has tabulated the following data. This data represents question number.

 Name Wrong Answer(s) Blank Answer (s) A 46 —— B 96 469025 C 2,756 174690 D 17 —— E 4,690 —— F 1,446 9290 G 25 —— H 4,692 —— I 27 172690

From the word ‘LAPAROSCOPY’ how many independent meaningful English words can be made without changing the order of the letters and using each letter only once?

Which of the following must have two sources?

• 1

• 2

• 3

• 4

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20.

Direction for the question: The question contains two statements numbered I and II.

You have to decide whether the information provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

Answer (1) if the information in the statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question.

Answer (2) if the information in the statement Ii alone are Sufficient to answer the questions.

Answer (3) if the information either in the statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the questions.

Answer (4) if the information even in both statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the questions.

Do habits make men’s life rigid?

I. It is out of habit that people envy other

II. Men become slave of habits.

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