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  May 2016
 
  April 2016
 
 
 
 
REASONING THE REASONS

LEGAL REASONING, LOGICAL REASONING ANALYTICAL REASONING

LEGAL REASONING

Principle: Whoever causes any circumstance to exist or makes any false entry in any book or record, or makes any document containing a false statement, intending that such circumstance, false entry or false statement may appear in evidence in a judicial proceeding, or in a proceeding taking by Law before a public servant as such, or before an arbitrator, and that such circumstance, false entry or false statement, so appearing in evidence, may cause any person who in such proceeding is to form an opinion upon the evidence, to entertain an erroneous opinion touching any point material to the result of such proceeding is said to "fabricate false evidence".

Factual Situation: A , with the intention of causing B to be convicted of a criminal conspiracy, writes a letter in imitation of B 's handwriting, purporting to be addressed to an accomplice in such criminal conspiracy, and puts the letter in a place which he knows that the officers of the Police are likely to search.

Decision:

             (a) A has not fabricated false evidence from any count of circumstances
             (b) A has fabricated false evidence
             (c) A has abated the fabricating of false evidence
             (d) A has attempted to fabricate false evidence

The answer is (b).

LOGICAL REASONING

X, Y, Z are three sons of A . A adopts another two sons of his sister. A dies in a road accident. A has many movable properties viz. two cars, one motor bike, three Almirahs, four sofa sets, half Kg silver, two and fifty grams of gold and a dog. One car costs ` 11,00,000. The motor bike is of ` 40,000, one almirah amounts to ` 6500. The gold is valued at ` 62500. One sofa set is valued at ` 10,000. The neighbour was ready to purchase the dog for ` 14,500. After undisputed distribution the sons of A exchanged these moveable goods among each other. X got one car and one sofa set. Y got one sofa set and the silver. Z got gold and one car. Two adopted sons got rest of goods. After these distributions,

             (a) Who was the biggest beneficiary?
             (b) Which is the most liquid asset?
             (c) Which is the most moveable asset?
             (d) Which is the most longible asset?

The answer is Z, gold, dog and gold respectively.

ANALYTICAL REASONING

In a sequence of all alphabets, E=7 and PEN=41. What is the quotient of MAN?

The answer is 35.

 
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