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"Hold a true friend with both hands."
- (Proverb)
Bank PO :: Test No 16
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1 .

Direction (Q. 1-5): Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:
Seven friends, M, N, P, Q, R, S and T, are studying in different branches of engineering - Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, Electronics, Civil, Computer and Aeronoutical— not necessarily in the same order. They study in three different colleges - A, B and C. At least two friends study in the same college.
Q is studying in College A in Electrical Engineering branch. The one who studies Chemical Engineering is not studying in College C. S is studying Aeronautical Engineering in College B with only N. M is not studying Civil Engineering and is not from College A. R is studying Computer and is not from College A. T is studying Electronics but not from College A. No one studies Mechanical or Civil Engineering from College A.

Which of the following represents the group that studies in College C ?

A.    QN B.    PRT
C.    MT D.    TRM
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2 .

P is studying in which of the following colleges ?

A.    A B.    B
C.    C D.    Cannot be determined
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3 .

Which of the following combinations is true ?

A.    M - Civil-College C B.    N - Chemical - College B
C.    P - Chemical - College C D.    None of these
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4 .

N is studying which branch of Engineering ?

A.    Chemical B.    Mechanical
C.    Civil D.    Cannot be determined
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5 .

Who among the following is studying Chemical Engineering ?

A.    N B.    P
C.    R D.    M
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6 .

Direction (Q. 6-10): In these questions, the relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions.
Statements:H = W, W ≤ R, R > F
Conclusions: I.R = H          II. R> H

A.    if only conclusion I is true. B.    if only conclusion II is true.
C.    if either conclusion I or II is true. D.    if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
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Statements: M < T , T > K , K = D
Conclusions: I . D < T I I . K < M

A.    if only conclusion I is true. B.    if only conclusion II is true.
C.    if either conclusion I or II is true. D.    if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
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8 .

Statements: R < N, N ≥ F, F > B
Conclusions: I. F = R      II . B ≤ N

A.    if only conclusion I is true. B.    if only conclusion II is true.
C.    if either conclusion I or II is true. D.    if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
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Statements: H > W , W < M , M ≥ K
Conclusions: I. K < W        II. H > M

A.    if only conclusion I is true. B.    if only conclusion II is true.
C.    if either conclusion I or II is true. D.    if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
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Statements: R ≥ T, T = M, M > D
Conclusions: I . D < T    II . R < M

A.    if only conclusion I is true. B.    if only conclusion II is true.
C.    if either conclusion I or II is true. D.    if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
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