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# Infosys Placement Paper 34

INFO_SYS

TWO PAPER PATTERNS ARE THERE ONE IS Q/A AND ANOTHER IS Q/C
THIS IS PAPER Q/A
Time 60 min
Marks 50
No -ve marking

1)At 6'o clock clock ticks 6 times. The time between first and
last ticks was 30sec. How much time it takes at 12'o clock.

Ans. 66 sec. 2 marks.

2)Three friends divided some bullets equally. After all of them
shot 4 bullets the total no.of remaining bullets is equal to that of
one has after division. Find the original number divided.

Ans. x x x
x-4 x-4 x-4
3x-12 = x
x= 6
ans is 18 2 marks

3)A ship went on a voyage after 180 miles a plane statrted with 10 times
speed that of the ship. Find the distance when they meet from
starting point.

Ans. 180 + (x/10) = x
x = 20
ans is 180+20 2 marks

4) Fill the empty slots.

played won lost draw Goals for Goals against
A 2 2 *0 *0 *7 1
B 2 *0 *1 1 2 4
C 2 *0 *1 *1 3 7

the slots with stars are answers. 4 marks
BC drew with 2-2
A won on B by 2-0
a won on C by 5-1

5) There are 3 societies a,b,c. a lent tractors to b and c as many
as they had. After some time b gave as many tractors to a and c
as many as they have. After sometime c did the same thing.
At the end of this transaction each one of them had 24.
Find the tractors each orginally had.

Ans a had 39 b had 21 c had 12 4 marks

6) There N stations on a railroad. After adding x stations 46 additional
tickets have to be printed. Find N and X.

Ans. let N(N-1) = t;
(N+x)(N+x-1) = t+46;
trail and error method x=2 and N=11 4 marks

7)Given that April 1 is tuesday. a,b,c are 3 persons told that their
farewell party was on
a - may 8, thursday
b - may 10,tuesday
c - june 8, friday
Out of a,b,c one is only correct one of the regarding month,day,date.
Other told two correct and the third person told all wrong.What is
correct date,month,day. 5 marks

8)There are 4 parties. df,gs,dl(depositloss),ew ran for a contest.
Anup,Sujit,John made the following statements regarding results.
Anup said either df or ew will definitely win
sujit said he is confident that df will not win
John said he is confident that neither ew nor dl will win
the result has come. only one of the above three has made a correct
statement. Who has made the correct statement and who has won
the contest. 5 marks.

9)Five people a,b,c,d,e are related to each other. Four of them make
one true statement each as follows.
i) b is my father's brother. (ans. d said this)
ii)e is my mother-in-law. ( b )
iii)c is my son-in-law's brother. ( e )
iv)a is my brother's wife. (c)

10 marks.

10) All members of d are also members of a
All '' e '' d
all '' c '' both a and b
not all '' a are members of d
not all '' d '' e

a)which of all following statements must be true
1) there are more common members between c and a than between
c and e
2) there are more members in a than in c
3) there are more members in a than in e

i) 1 only ii) 3 only iii) 1,2 only iv) 2 and 3 only v)1,2,3
b)which of all the following can be inferred from the statements above
1)some members of d are also members of b
2)all members of e are members of a
3)all members of a are members of b
4)some members of d are not members of c
5)all members of b are members of c

i) 1 only ii) 3 only iii)2 only iv) b and d only v)d,b and a only

d)Which of the following is not possible
i)some members of e are also members of c but are not members of b
ii) '' '' d '' '''' both c and b
iii)all '' e '' '' a
iv)some '' d are not '' a
v) '' e are '' b
1) i only 2) iii only 3) i and iii only 4) all the above 5)none

e)if all members of b are also members of c then
i) all members of a are also members of b
ii)all '' '' c
iii) '' b ''' a
iv) some members c '' e and b
v) '' '' d and b
1) ii only 2) iii and iv only 3) iii only 4) ii and iv only
5)none
11)
boys are allowed to watch football at c.v.Raman auditorium subjected to
conditions.
i)the boy over age 16 can wear overcoat
ii)no boy over age 15 can wear cap
iii)to watch the football either he has to wear overcoat or cap
or both
iv) a boy with an umberella or above 16 or both cannot wear sweater.
v) boys must either not watch football or wear sweater.

What is the appearence of the boy who is watching football.

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THIS IS PAPER Q/C

1) BE * BE = ACB
A,B,C,E ARE NON ZERO NUMBERS FIND B,E.
ANS) B=1 E=9
2) A,B,C,D,E ARE HAVING NUMERICAL VALUES. THERE ARE SOME CONDITIONS
GIVEN
a) A=C <===> B!=E
b) DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A AND C AS SAME AS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN C AND B
AS SAME AS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A AND D
c) C<A AND C>D
THEN FIND A,B,C,D,E
3) THERE ARE SIX CARDS IN WHICH IT HAS TWO KING CARDS. ALL CARDS ARE
TURNED DOWN AND TWO CARDS ARE OPENED
a) WHAT IS THE POSSOBILITY TO GET AT LEAST ONE KING.
b) WHAT IS THE POSSIBILITY TO GET TWO KINGS.
4) A PERSON WENT TO A SHOP AND ASKED FOR CHANGE FOR 1.15PAISE.
BUT HE SAID THAT HE COULD NOT ONLY GIVE CHANGE FOR ONE RUPEE.
BUT ALSO FOR 50P,25P,10P AND 5P. WHAT WERE THE COINS HE HAD
ans) 1-->50 4--->10P 1--->25P
5) THERE ARE 3 NURSES AND THEY WORK ALTOGETHER ONLY ONCE IN A WEEK.
NO NURSE IS CALLED TO WORK FOR 3 CONSECUTIVE DAYS.
NURSE 1 IS OFF ON TUESEDAY,THURSDAY AND SUNDAY.
NURSE 2 IS OFF ON SATURDAY.
NURSE 3 IS OFF ON THURSDAY,SUNDAY.
NO TWO NURSES ARE OFF MORE THAN ONCE A WEEK.
FIND THE DAY ON WHICH ALL THE 3 NURSES WERE ON WORK.
6) THERE ARE 5 PERSONS A,B,C,D,E AND EACH IS WEARING A BLOCK OR WHITE
CAP ON HIS HEAD. A PERSON CAN SEE THE CAPS OF THE REMAINING 4 BUT CAN'T
SEE HIS OWN CAP. A PERSON WEARING WHITE SAYS TRUE AND WHO WEARS BLOCK
SAYS FALSE.
i) A SAYS I SEE 3 WHITES AND 1 BLOCK
ii) B SAYS I SEE 4 BLOCKS
iii) E SAYS I SEE 4 WHITES
iiii) C SAYS I SEE 3 BLOCKS AND 1 WHITE.
NOW FIND THE CAPS WEARED BY A,B,C,D AND E
7) THERE ARE TWO WOMEN, KAVITHA AND SHAMILI AND TWO MALES SHYAM, ARAVIND
WHO ARE MUSICIANS. OUT OF THESE FOUR ONE IS A PIANIST, ONE FLUTIST,
VIOLINIST AND DRUMMER.
i) ACROSS ARAVIND BEATS PIANIST
ii) ACROSS SHYAM IS NOT A FLUTIST
iii) KAVITHA'S LEFT IS A PIANIST
iiii) SHAMILI'S LEFT IS NOT A DRUMMER
V) FLUTIST AND DRUMMER ARE MARRIED.
8) 1/3 RD OF THE CONTENTS OF A CONTAINER EVAPORATED ON THE 1 ST DAY.
3/4 TH OF THE REMAINING CONTENTS OF THE CONTAINER EVAPORATED THE
SECOND DAY. WHAT PART OF THE CONTENTS OF THE CONTAINER ARE LEFT AT
THE END OF THE SECOND DAY.
9) A MAN COVERED 28 STEPS IN 30 SECONDS BUT HE DECIDED TO MOVE FAST AND
COVERED 34 STEPS IN 18 SECONDS. HOW MANY STEPS ARE THERE ON THE
ESCALATOR WHEN STATIONARY.

10) ALL FAIR SKINNED, RICH, HANDSOME, MUSCULAR, LEAN AND EMPLOYED ARE
TALL MEN
1) ALL LEAN MEN ARE MUSCULAR.
2) NO FAIRSKINNED PERSON WHO IS NOT RICH IS HANDSOME.
3) SOME MUSCULAR MEN ARE HANDSOME.
4) ALL HANDSOME ARE FAIRSKINNED.
5) NO PERSON WHO IS NEITHER FAIR SKINNED NOR MUSCULAR IS ENPLYED.
6) we unable to recall this condition and question also incomplete.

INFO_SYS

TWO PAPER PATTERNS ARE THERE ONE IS Q/A AND ANOTHER IS Q/C
THIS IS PAPER Q/A
Time 60 min
Marks 50
No -ve marking

1)At 6'o clock clock ticks 6 times. The time between first and
last ticks was 30sec. How much time it takes at 12'o clock.

Ans. 66 sec. 2 marks.

2)Three friends divided some bullets equally. After all of them
shot 4 bullets the total no.of remaining bullets is equal to that of
one has after division. Find the original number divided.

Ans. x x x
x-4 x-4 x-4
3x-12 = x
x= 6
ans is 18 2 marks

3)A ship went on a voyage after 180 miles a plane statrted with 10 times
speed that of the ship. Find the distance when they meet from
starting point.

Ans. 180 + (x/10) = x
x = 20
ans is 180+20 2 marks

4) Fill the empty slots.

played won lost draw Goals for Goals against
A 2 2 *0 *0 *7 1
B 2 *0 *1 1 2 4
C 2 *0 *1 *1 3 7

the slots with stars are answers. 4 marks
BC drew with 2-2
A won on B by 2-0
a won on C by 5-1

5) There are 3 societies a,b,c. a lent tractors to b and c as many
as they had. After some time b gave as many tractors to a and c
as many as they have. After sometime c did the same thing.
At the end of this transaction each one of them had 24.
Find the tractors each orginally had.

Ans a had 39 b had 21 c had 12 4 marks

6) There N stations on a railroad. After adding x stations 46 additional
tickets have to be printed. Find N and X.

Ans. let N(N-1) = t;
(N+x)(N+x-1) = t+46;
trail and error method x=2 and N=11 4 marks

7)Given that April 1 is tuesday. a,b,c are 3 persons told that their
farewell party was on
a - may 8, thursday
b - may 10,tuesday
c - june 8, friday
Out of a,b,c one is only correct one of the regarding month,day,date.
Other told two correct and the third person told all wrong.What is
correct date,month,day. 5 marks

8)There are 4 parties. df,gs,dl(depositloss),ew ran for a contest.
Anup,Sujit,John made the following statements regarding results.
Anup said either df or ew will definitely win
sujit said he is confident that df will not win
John said he is confident that neither ew nor dl will win
the result has come. only one of the above three has made a correct
statement. Who has made the correct statement and who has won
the contest. 5 marks.

9)Five people a,b,c,d,e are related to each other. Four of them make
one true statement each as follows.
i) b is my father's brother. (ans. d said this)
ii)e is my mother-in-law. ( b )
iii)c is my son-in-law's brother. ( e )
iv)a is my brother's wife. (c)

10 marks.

10) All members of d are also members of a
All '' e '' d
all '' c '' both a and b
not all '' a are members of d
not all '' d '' e

a)which of all following statements must be true
1) there are more common members between c and a than between
c and e
2) there are more members in a than in c
3) there are more members in a than in e

i) 1 only ii) 3 only iii) 1,2 only iv) 2 and 3 only v)1,2,3
b)which of all the following can be inferred from the statements above
1)some members of d are also members of b
2)all members of e are members of a
3)all members of a are members of b
4)some members of d are not members of c
5)all members of b are members of c

i) 1 only ii) 3 only iii)2 only iv) b and d only v)d,b and a only

d)Which of the following is not possible
i)some members of e are also members of c but are not members of b
ii) '' '' d '' '''' both c and b
iii)all '' e '' '' a
iv)some '' d are not '' a
v) '' e are '' b
1) i only 2) iii only 3) i and iii only 4) all the above 5)none

e)if all members of b are also members of c then
i) all members of a are also members of b
ii)all '' '' c
iii) '' b ''' a
iv) some members c '' e and b
v) '' '' d and b
1) ii only 2) iii and iv only 3) iii only 4) ii and iv only
5)none
11)
boys are allowed to watch football at c.v.Raman auditorium subjected to
conditions.
i)the boy over age 16 can wear overcoat
ii)no boy over age 15 can wear cap
iii)to watch the football either he has to wear overcoat or cap
or both
iv) a boy with an umberella or above 16 or both cannot wear sweater.
v) boys must either not watch football or wear sweater.

What is the appearence of the boy who is watching football.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
THIS IS PAPER Q/C

1) BE * BE = ACB
A,B,C,E ARE NON ZERO NUMBERS FIND B,E.
ANS) B=1 E=9
2) A,B,C,D,E ARE HAVING NUMERICAL VALUES. THERE ARE SOME CONDITIONS
GIVEN
a) A=C <===> B!=E
b) DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A AND C AS SAME AS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN C AND B
AS SAME AS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A AND D
c) C<A AND C>D
THEN FIND A,B,C,D,E
3) THERE ARE SIX CARDS IN WHICH IT HAS TWO KING CARDS. ALL CARDS ARE
TURNED DOWN AND TWO CARDS ARE OPENED
a) WHAT IS THE POSSOBILITY TO GET AT LEAST ONE KING.
b) WHAT IS THE POSSIBILITY TO GET TWO KINGS.
4) A PERSON WENT TO A SHOP AND ASKED FOR CHANGE FOR 1.15PAISE.
BUT HE SAID THAT HE COULD NOT ONLY GIVE CHANGE FOR ONE RUPEE.
BUT ALSO FOR 50P,25P,10P AND 5P. WHAT WERE THE COINS HE HAD
ans) 1-->50 4--->10P 1--->25P
5) THERE ARE 3 NURSES AND THEY WORK ALTOGETHER ONLY ONCE IN A WEEK.
NO NURSE IS CALLED TO WORK FOR 3 CONSECUTIVE DAYS.
NURSE 1 IS OFF ON TUESEDAY,THURSDAY AND SUNDAY.
NURSE 2 IS OFF ON SATURDAY.
NURSE 3 IS OFF ON THURSDAY,SUNDAY.
NO TWO NURSES ARE OFF MORE THAN ONCE A WEEK.
FIND THE DAY ON WHICH ALL THE 3 NURSES WERE ON WORK.
6) THERE ARE 5 PERSONS A,B,C,D,E AND EACH IS WEARING A BLOCK OR WHITE
CAP ON HIS HEAD. A PERSON CAN SEE THE CAPS OF THE REMAINING 4 BUT CAN'T
SEE HIS OWN CAP. A PERSON WEARING WHITE SAYS TRUE AND WHO WEARS BLOCK
SAYS FALSE.
i) A SAYS I SEE 3 WHITES AND 1 BLOCK
ii) B SAYS I SEE 4 BLOCKS
iii) E SAYS I SEE 4 WHITES
iiii) C SAYS I SEE 3 BLOCKS AND 1 WHITE.
NOW FIND THE CAPS WEARED BY A,B,C,D AND E
7) THERE ARE TWO WOMEN, KAVITHA AND SHAMILI AND TWO MALES SHYAM, ARAVIND
WHO ARE MUSICIANS. OUT OF THESE FOUR ONE IS A PIANIST, ONE FLUTIST,
VIOLINIST AND DRUMMER.
i) ACROSS ARAVIND BEATS PIANIST
ii) ACROSS SHYAM IS NOT A FLUTIST
iii) KAVITHA'S LEFT IS A PIANIST
iiii) SHAMILI'S LEFT IS NOT A DRUMMER
V) FLUTIST AND DRUMMER ARE MARRIED.
8) 1/3 RD OF THE CONTENTS OF A CONTAINER EVAPORATED ON THE 1 ST DAY.
3/4 TH OF THE REMAINING CONTENTS OF THE CONTAINER EVAPORATED THE
SECOND DAY. WHAT PART OF THE CONTENTS OF THE CONTAINER ARE LEFT AT
THE END OF THE SECOND DAY.
9) A MAN COVERED 28 STEPS IN 30 SECONDS BUT HE DECIDED TO MOVE FAST AND
COVERED 34 STEPS IN 18 SECONDS. HOW MANY STEPS ARE THERE ON THE
ESCALATOR WHEN STATIONARY.

10) ALL FAIR SKINNED, RICH, HANDSOME, MUSCULAR, LEAN AND EMPLOYED ARE
TALL MEN
1) ALL LEAN MEN ARE MUSCULAR.
2) NO FAIRSKINNED PERSON WHO IS NOT RICH IS HANDSOME.
3) SOME MUSCULAR MEN ARE HANDSOME.
4) ALL HANDSOME ARE FAIRSKINNED.
5) NO PERSON WHO IS NEITHER FAIR SKINNED NOR MUSCULAR IS ENPLYED.
6) we unable to recall this condition and question also incomplete.

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