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  May 2016
 
  April 2016
 
 
 
 
REASONING THE REASONS

LEGAL REASONING, LOGICAL REASONING ANALYTICAL REASONING

LEGAL REASONING

Principle: A consumer for any transaction has own choice for the better taste of goods and services.

Factual Situation: A, a businessman from Kolkata was on a tour to Delhi. He came to a shop of dry fruits. He saw some oats, which were good and decided to purchase the same. After returning to Kolkata, he wrote a letter to the shopkeeper asking him to send one quintal of good oats. After about 15 days, he received one quintal of oats, but he found them to be old stock. He rejected the consignment and asked the shopkeeper to return the price paid by him.

Decision:

             (a) A will succeed because it is the consumer's own choice to decide the good or                    bad of the goods.
             (b) A will succeed because he has paid the money.
             (c) A will not succeed because the old stock oats are good.
             (d) A will not succeed because he had already tried the sample of oats.

The answer is (a).

ANALYTICAL REASONING

A girl stands 5 metres away from a big plane mirror. If she wants to be 2 metres away from her mirror image, how far must she walk?

             (a) 9 metres
             (b) 7 metres
             (c) 5 metres
             (d) 4 metres

The answer is (d).

LOGICAL REASONING

In an examination, 36% of the maximum marks are required to pass. A student gets 113 marks and was declared failed by 85 marks. The maximum marks are

             (a) 550
             (b) 640
             (c) 500
             (d) 600

The answer is (a).

 
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