Mental Ability Test (MAT) Paper – Rajasthan 2016 − 17 Part – 1

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Questions (1-4)

Direction : In each of the questions 1 to 4 a letter series is given with one missing shown by question mark (?). This term is one of the alternatives among the four groups of letters given under it. Find the right alternative.

Q: 1. A, D, G, J ?

(1) I

(2) M

(3) X

(4) None of these

Q: 2. LO, JQ, HS, ?

(1) FU

(2) FQ

(3) EV

(4) DW

Q: 3. A, C, F, J, O, ?

(1) P

(2) T

(3) S

(4) U

Q: 4. ZXV, TRP, NLJ, ?

(1) HEF

(2) HFD

(3) EFH

(4) IGE

Questions (5-8)

Direction: In each of the questions 5 to 8 a number series is given with one term missing shown by question mark (?). This term is one of the alternatives among the four number given under it. Find the right alternative.

Q: 5. 121, 144, 169, ? , 225, 256.

(1) 196

(2) 296

(3) 220

(4) 222

Q: 6. 5, 10, 20, ? , 80.

(1) 35

(2) 40

(3) 45

(4) 50

Q: 7. 4, 8, 9, 27, 16, ? , 25, 125.

(1) 8

(2) 12

(3) 13

(4) 15

Questions (9 -11)

Direction: In each of the questions below two statements and two conclusions numbered I and II are given. You have to take the given two statements to be true even it they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements.

Q_9_Table of Two Statements and Conclusions
Q_9_Table of Two Statements and Conclusions

Statements

(I)

All dancers are singers

(II)

All singers are teachers

Conclusions

(I)

All dancers are teachers

(II)

Some singers are dancers

(1) Only conclusion I is true

(2) Only conclusion II is true

(3) Both conclusions I and II are true

(4) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true

Q: 10

Q_10_Table of Two Statements and Conclusions
Q_10_Table of Two Statements and Conclusions

Statements

(I)

Some fruits are mangoes

(II)

Some fruits are not guavas

Conclusions

(I)

All fruits are mangoes

(II)

All mangoes are fruits

(1) Only conclusion I is true

(2) Only conclusion II is true

(3) Both conclusions I and II are true

(4) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true

Q: 11.

Q_11_Table of Two Statements and Conclusions
Q_11_Table of Two Statements and Conclusions

Statements

(I)

No horse is dog

(II)

All dogs are elephants

Conclusions

(I)

No elephant is horse

(II)

Some elephants are dogs

(1) Only conclusion I is true

(2) Only conclusion II is true

(3) Both conclusion I and II are true

(4) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true

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