# Free Basic LR - 01 Practice Test - CAT

### Question 1

Dev, Kumar, Nilesh, Ankur and Pintu are standing facing towards North in a playground as explained:

Kumar is 40 m to the right of Ankur.Dev is 60 m in the south of Kumar.

Nilesh is at a distance of 25 m in the west of Ankur.

Pintu is at a distance of 90 m in the North of Dev.

Who is to the North-East of the person who is to the left of Kumar?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :D

Ankur is to the left of Kumar. Hence Pintu is to North-East of Ankur

### Question 2

What is C’s compulsory subject?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :A

### Question 3

Which of the following has the same compulsory and optional subjects as F?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :D

Option D.

None of these.

### Question 4

Which of the following groups have History as their compulsory subject?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :D

(d))

Based on the conditions given above. we can draw up a table as follows

### Question 5

Eight books are kept one over the other. Counting from the top the second, fifth and the sixth books are on plays. Two books on plays are kept between two books on compositions. One book of plays is between two books on poetry while the book kept at the top of the book of Literature is a book of composition. Which book is fourth from the top?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :C

option (c)

BooksCategoryB1PoetryB2PlayB3PoetryB4CompositionB5PlayB6PlayB7CompositionB8Literature

### Question 6

The service manager Cannot make an acceptable roster that assigns:

#### SOLUTION

Solution :A

As per option (A)the sector III will then have two special training technicians (N cannot go to III and every sector should have atleast one experienced person) .So the conditions given of having atleast one special training technician on all three teams won’t be fulfilled as there are only 3 such technicians .

Moreover, with the above setup, R & S cannot go together.

### Question 7

If T is assigned to sector III, which of the following must be true?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :D

We know that R and S go together and N cannot go to III. We can conclude that P goes to III and N and V is a team. The following cases are possible.

Sector NamePerson with special trainingPerson with 5 years work exIV/R(S)N/R(S)IIR(S)/VR(S)/NIIITP

### Question 8

If P is assigned to sector II, which of the following must be true?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :B

Before solving the set we need to note that R is trained and also has the experience whereas S is not trained and does not have experience. From conditions (i) and (ii) we can conclude that R and S will always go together.

S will go to sector III, because if P goes to Sector II, only the following setup is possible

Sector NamePerson with special trainingPerson with 5 years work exINT/VIIPT/VIIIRS

### Question 9

If one day’s routine is A, B, V, S and T, each of the following could be the next day’s routine, except:

#### SOLUTION

Solution :A

A days routine must include exactly three of the exercises of the previous day. But in option (a) ,it contains four exercises from the set given in the question

### Question 10

Which of the following is true for any permissible routine?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :C

If C is the fourth exercise then U will be the fifth as per condition (iii). But as per condition (iv) only D or T can be the fifth exercise. Hence option (c).

### Question 11

If the pupil chooses C and V for the first day’s routine, which of the following could be the other three exercises chosen?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :D

If C is selected ,then U must be selected.So option A(a)is eliminated.Here, (b) cannot be the correct answer because if B is done then S would be compulsory as per the given conditions.Only D or T can be the fifth exercise. So atleast one among them has to be selected and hence option C is wrong. Option (d) satisfies all the conditions and hence the answer.

### Question 12

If C is the third exercise in a routine, which of the following cannot be the second exercise?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :A

If C is third, U has to be the fourth exercise. We can have only D or T as the fifth exercice.In such as case, B cannot be the second exercise as we cannot accommodate S in any slot after B.This goes against contion (i). Hence option (a).

### Question 13

If Socrates spent exactly eight days in the various cities of Gujarat, then which one of the following cannot be true?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :C

Socrates spends 8 days in Gujarat which leaves him with 6 days.As per the conditions,he has to visit 6 cities.If he visits exactly two cities in Gujarat,he has to visit 4 cities from the other two cities which requires atleast 8 days and that is not possible.Hence C cannot be true.

### Question 14

If the city of Ahmedabad is in Gujarat and Socrates spent as many days as possible in Ahmedabad and as few days as possible in each of the other cities that he visited, then which one of the following must be true?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :B

Total no. of cities that need to be visited except Ahmedabad = 5. Least possible no. of days of visit to these 5 Cities = 10. Thus, maximum possible no. of days in Ahmedabad = 4. Hence, the possibility is 1 city in Gujarat, 4 in UP and 1 in Maharashtra.

### Question 15

If Socrates spent three days in the cities of Uttar Pradesh and seven days in the cities of Maharashtra, then which one of the following must be false?

#### SOLUTION

Solution :D

If he spends 7 days visiting 2 cities, he is left with 7 days and 4 cities to visit; which is not possible