# Statements: K*D, D \$ L, L @ J Conclusions: I.K \$L II. K # J

1.  if only conclusion I is true.

2.  if only conclusion II is true.

3.  if either conclusion I or conclusion II is true.

4.  if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true.

5.  if both conclusions I and II are true.

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if only conclusion I is true.

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# If 1 is added to the middle digit of each number and then the first and the second digits are interchanged, which of the following will be the third digit of the smallest number

1.  6

2.  2

3.  1

4.  9

5.  3

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3

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# If in each number the first and the third digits are interchanged, which number will be the second largest

1.  386

2.  752

3.  961

4.  573

5.  839

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386

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# If in each number the second and the third digits are interchanged, what will be the sum of the first and third digits of the largest number

1.  12

2.  17

3.  15

4.  11

5.  None of these

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15

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# In F + R X H - L, how is H related to F

1.  Father

2.  Brother

3.  Sister

4.  Can't be determined

5.  None of these

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Brother

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# Which of the following indicates 'N is mother of K'

1.  K+L+NXF

2.  K+L+N-M

3.  H X K + N

4.  N X F + K

5.  None of these

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H X K + N

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# In F-R + H + T how is F related to T

1.  Son-in-law

2.  Daughter-in-law

3.  Son

4.  Daughter

5.  None of these

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Son-in-law

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# In G X T + Q + M, how is M related to G

1.  Brother

2.  Sister

3.  Sister-in-law

4.  Can't be determined

5.  None of these

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None of these

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# Statements: Some roses are flowers. Some flowers are buds. All buds are leaves; All leaves are plants. Conclusions: I. Some plants are flowers. II. Some roses are buds. III. No leaves are roses. IV. No roses are buds.

1.  Only I follows

2.  Only I and II follow

3.  Only I and either II or IV follow

4.  Only either II or IV follows

5.  None of these

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Only I and either II or IV follow

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# Statements: Some books are journals. All journals are papers. Some papers are cards. All cards are boards. Conclusions: I. Some papers are books. II. Some papers are boards. III. Some boards are journals. IV. Some boards are books.

1.  Only I and II follow

2.  Only I follows

3.  Only I, II and III follow

4.  All follow

5.  None of these

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