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NET June 2019 Exam, candidates must practice the most frequently appearing questions of different sections of the exam. Logical & Mathematical Reasoning section tests the candidates’ ability to think and problem solving skills. The questions asked in this question are mainly the brain teasers and sometimes can be quite tricky to answer. It covers both Analytical and Mathematical Reasoning topics. For explanations and solutions to these questions don’t forget to visit www.doorsteptutor.com

Q. 16. Sameer walks a certain distance and rides back taking a total time of 40 minutes. He could walk both ways in 60 minutes. How long would it take to ride both ways?

i. 15 min

ii. 20 min

iii. 28 min

iv. 30 min

Q 17. Given below are two premises with four conclusions drawn from them. Which of the following conclusions could be validly drawn from the premises?

Premises:

a) Some rings are bells

b) No ring is ornament

Conclusions:

i. All bells are ornaments

ii. Some ornaments are not bells

iii. No ring is bell

iv. All bells are not ornaments

Q 18. Rohan gave three-fifth of the amount he had to Sahil. Rohan has now 2000 rupees. How much did he give to Sahil?

i. 1200 rupees

ii. 2000 rupees

iii. 3000 rupees

iv. 5000 rupees

Q 19. If proposition “students are serious” is taken to be false then which of the following propositions can be true?

1) All students are serious

2) All students are not serious

3) Some students are not serious

4) Some serious ones are not students

i. (1) only

ii. (2) and (4)

iii. (4) only

iv. (2) and (3)

Q 20. If E=5 and HOTEL=12, how will you code BALM?

i. 28

ii. 26

iii. 16

iv. 7

Q 21.40 % of the employees in a factory are workers. All the missing employees are executives. The annual income of each worker is Rs. 39,000. The annual income of each executive is Rs. 42,000. What is the average income of all employees in the factory?

i. Rs. 40,500

ii. Rs. 40,800

iii. Rs. 41,000

iv. Rs. 41,500

Q 22. A teacher while offering feedback in a classroom transaction utters “No, you are incorrect”. This will be called which type of feedback?

i. Positive

ii. Negative

iii. Conformatory

iv. Corrective

Q 23. At what percentage above the cost price must an article be marked so as to gain 8 % after allowing a customer a discount of 10%?

i. 18%

ii. 20%

iii. 28%

iv. 10.8%

Q 24. Which of the following is a characteristic of interpersonal communication?

i. It is both focused and unfocused

ii. It is not participation friendly

iii. It is philosophical

iv. It is metaphorical

Q. 25. We listen attentively to and favorably interpret messages which boost our self-image, and reject or misinterpret messages which threaten that image. This is called:

i. Communication selectivity

ii. Change resistance

iii. Image rationalization

iv. Communication distortion

Q. 26. Gate keeping by media to ensure what audiences consume is indicative of

i. The audiences voice in media programming

ii. Media’s control on society

iii. Feedback received by media

iv. Media’s role in creating culture

Q. 27. When subject and predicate of both the premises is same but they differ in quality as well as quantity, it is known as

i. Superaltern

ii. Contraries

iii. Contradictories

iv. Subaltern

Q. 28. Identify the reasoning in the following argument:

“Method of teaching in the classroom can be compared to architectural plan of a building”.

i. Analogical

ii. Hypothetical

iii. Inductive

iv. Deductive

Q. 29. Assertion A: The ‘arts’ have grown out of the fundamental desire and need to communicate. Reason (R): Language is inseparable from culture which is its very source of sustenance and fundamental to communication.

Choose the correct option:

i. Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)

ii. Both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)

iii. (A) is true but (R) is false

iv. (A) is false but (R) is true

Q. 30. The proposition ‘All birds are cows” is equivalent to which of the following propositions?

i. Some cows are birds

ii. Some cows are not non-birds

iii. Some birds are cows

iv. Many birds are cows

Select the correct answer from the options given below:

i. A only

ii. C and d

iii. A, b, c and d

iv. D only

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