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- Question 1 of 31
##### 1. Question

**Directions**(Q. 1-5) : In the following diagram, the circle represents college Professors, the triangle stands for surgical Specialists, and medical Specialists are represented by the rectangle

College professors who are also surgical Specialists are represented by:##### Hint

The required region is the one which is common to the circle and the triangle only i.e., D.

- Question 2 of 31
##### 2. Question

**Directions**(Q. 1-5) : In the following diagram, the circle represents college Professors, the triangle stands for surgical Specialists, and medical Specialists are represented by the rectangle

Surgical Specialists who are also Medical Specialists but not Professors are represented by:##### Hint

The required region is the one which is common to the triangle and the rectangle but lies outside the circle i.e., Z.

- Question 3 of 31
##### 3. Question

**Directions**(Q. 1-5) : In the following diagram, the circle represents college Professors, the triangle stands for surgical Specialists, and medical Specialists are represented by the rectangle

C represents:##### Hint

C lies inside the triangle only. So, C represents surgical Specialists.

- Question 4 of 31
##### 4. Question

**Directions**(Q. 1-5) : In the following diagram, the circle represents college Professors, the triangle stands for surgical Specialists, and medical Specialists are represented by the rectangle

B represents :##### Hint

B lies inside the rectangle only. So, B represents Medical Specialists who are neither Professors nor surgical Specialists.

- Question 5 of 31
##### 5. Question

**Directions**(Q. 1-5) : In the following diagram, the circle represents college Professors, the triangle stands for surgical Specialists, and medical Specialists are represented by the rectangle

College Professors who are also Medical Specialists are represented by:##### Hint

The required region is the one which is common to the triangle and the circle but lies outside the square i.e., X.

- Question 6 of 31
##### 6. Question

**Directions**(Q. 6-10) : Answer these questions based on the diagram given below.

Asian Non-Christian females who are Professionals are represented by:##### Hint

Asian Non-Christian females who are professionals are represented by the common figure of all square except Christians’ square i.e., 10.

- Question 7 of 31
##### 7. Question

**Directions**(Q. 6-10) : Answer these questions based on the diagram given below.

Asian females who are neither professional nor Christians are denoted by:##### Hint

Asian females who are neither professional nor Christian are denoted by the common figure of Asians square and Females square i.e., 6.

- Question 8 of 31
##### 8. Question

**Directions**(Q. 6-10) : Answer these questions based on the diagram given below.

Non-Asian professional Christian male are represented by:##### Hint

Non-Asian professional Christian male are represented by the common figure of christian’s square and professional square i.e., 12.

- Question 9 of 31
##### 9. Question

**Directions**(Q. 6-10) : Answer these questions based on the diagram given below.

Christian females who are non-professional and Asian are represented by##### Hint

Christian females who are Non-professional and Asian are represented by the common figure of all squares except professionals square. But no any figure belongs in these three squares.

- Question 10 of 31
##### 10. Question

**Directions**(Q. 6-10) : Answer these questions based on the diagram given below.

The shaded portion depicts:##### Hint

The shaded portion is the common portion of all square except Asians.

- Question 11 of 31
##### 11. Question

**Directions**(Q. 11-14) : In the following figure, the smaller triangle represents teachers; the big triangle represents politicians; circle represents graduates and rectangle represents members of Parliament. Different regions are being represented by letters of English alphabet.

Which among the following regions represent the graduates or teachers but not politicians?##### Hint

The persons satisfying the given conditions are denoted by regions which lie inside the smaller triangle or the circle but outside the bigger triangle i.e. A and E.

- Question 12 of 31
##### 12. Question

**Directions**(Q. 11-14) : In the following figure, the smaller triangle represents teachers; the big triangle represents politicians; circle represents graduates and rectangle represents members of Parliament. Different regions are being represented by letters of English alphabet.

Which among the following regions represent the graduate politicians but not the members of Parliament?##### Hint

The person satisfying the given conditions are represented by regions which are common to the bigger triangle and the circle but lies outside the rectangle i.e. B and C.

- Question 13 of 31
##### 13. Question

**Directions**(Q. 11-14) : In the following figure, the smaller triangle represents teachers; the big triangle represents politicians; circle represents graduates and rectangle represents members of Parliament. Different regions are being represented by letters of English alphabet.

Which among the following regions represent the politicians, who are neither teachers nor graduates?##### Hint

The persons satisfying the given conditions are represented by regions which lie inside the bigger triangle but outside the smaller triangle and the circle i.e. L and H.

- Question 14 of 31
##### 14. Question

**Directions**(Q. 11-14) : In the following figure, the smaller triangle represents teachers; the big triangle represents politicians; circle represents graduates and rectangle represents members of Parliament. Different regions are being represented by letters of English alphabet.

Which among the following regions represent the members of parliament, who are graduate as well as a teacher?##### Hint

The person satisfying the given conditions is represented by the region common to the rectangle, circle and the smaller triangle i.e. F.

- Question 15 of 31
##### 15. Question

**Directions**(Qs 15- 19) : In the following figure, rectangle, square, circle and triangle represent the regions of wheat, gram, maize and rice cultivation, respectively. On the basis of the figure, answer the following questions :

Which area is cultivated by all the four commodities?##### Hint

The required region is the one common to the rectangle, square, circle and the triangle i.e. 7.

- Question 16 of 31
##### 16. Question

**Directions**(Qs 15- 19) : In the following figure, rectangle, square, circle and triangle represent the regions of wheat, gram, maize and rice cultivation, respectively. On the basis of the figure, answer the following questions :

Which area is cultivated by wheat and maize only?##### Hint

The required region is the one which is common to only the rectangle and the circle and is not a part of either the triangle or the square i.e. 4.

- Question 17 of 31
##### 17. Question

**Directions**(Qs 15- 19) : In the following figure, rectangle, square, circle and triangle represent the regions of wheat, gram, maize and rice cultivation, respectively. On the basis of the figure, answer the following questions :

Which area is cultivated by rice only?##### Hint

The required region is the one which lies inside the triangle and outside the rectangle, square and circle i.e.1.

- Question 18 of 31
##### 18. Question

**Directions**(Qs 15- 19) : In the following figure, rectangle, square, circle and triangle represent the regions of wheat, gram, maize and rice cultivation, respectively. On the basis of the figure, answer the following questions :

Which area is cultivated by maize only?##### Hint

The required region is the one which lies inside the circle but outside the rectangle, square and triangle i.e. 3.

- Question 19 of 31
##### 19. Question

**Directions**(Qs 15- 19) : In the following figure, rectangle, square, circle and triangle represent the regions of wheat, gram, maize and rice cultivation, respectively. On the basis of the figure, answer the following questions :

Which area is cultivated by rice and maize and nothing else?##### Hint

The required region is the one which is common to only the triangle and the circle i.e. 2.

- Question 20 of 31
##### 20. Question

**Directions**: (Qs.20-24) : In the following diagram, three classes of population are represented by three figures. The triangle represents the school teachers, the square represents the married persons and the circle represents the persons living in joint families.

Married persons living in joint families but not working as teachers are represented by:##### Hint

Married persons living in joint families are presented by the region common to the square and the circle i.e., D and B. But, according to the conditions, the persons should not be school teachers. So, B is to be excluded . Hence, the required condition is denoted by region D.

- Question 21 of 31
##### 21. Question

**Directions**: (Qs.20-24) : In the following diagram, three classes of population are represented by three figures. The triangle represents the school teachers, the square represents the married persons and the circle represents the persons living in joint families.

Persons who live in joint families, are unmarried and who do not work as teachers are represented by:##### Hint

Persons living in joint families are represented by the circle. According to the given conditions, the persons should be unmarried and not working as school teachers. So, the region should not be a part of either the square of the triangle. Thus, the given conditions are satisfied by the region E.

- Question 22 of 31
##### 22. Question

**Directions**: (Qs.20-24) : In the following diagram, three classes of population are represented by three figures. The triangle represents the school teachers, the square represents the married persons and the circle represents the persons living in joint families.

Married teachers living in joint families are represented by:##### Hint

Married teachers are represented by the region common to the square and the triangle i. e. ,B and C. But, according to the given conditions, the persons should be living in joint families. So, the required region should be a part of the circle .Since B lies inside the circle, so the given conditions are satisfied by the persons denoted by the region B.

- Question 23 of 31
##### 23. Question

**Directions**: (Qs.20-24) : In the following diagram, three classes of population are represented by three figures. The triangle represents the school teachers, the square represents the married persons and the circle represents the persons living in joint families.

School teachers who are married but do not live in joint families are represented by##### Hint

As in the above question, married teachers are represented by B and C. But, here, the given conditions lay down that the persons should not be living in joint families. So, the required region should lie outside the circle. Since C lies outside the circle, so the given conditions are satisfied by the persons denoted by the region C.

- Question 24 of 31
##### 24. Question

**Directions**: (Qs.20-24) : In the following diagram, three classes of population are represented by three figures. The triangle represents the school teachers, the square represents the married persons and the circle represents the persons living in joint families.

School teachers who are neither married nor do live in joint families are represented by:##### Hint

School teachers are represented by the triangle. But according to the given conditions, persons are neither married nor do they live in joint families .So, the region should not be a part of either of either the square or the circle. Such region is F. Hence, the answer is (a).

- Question 25 of 31
##### 25. Question

**Directions**(Q.25-28) : Refer to the following Venn diagram:

The number of students who took any three of the above subjects was:##### Hint

The required set of students is denoted by region common to any three circle only

∴ Required number = (13 + 13 + 18 + 18) = 62. - Question 26 of 31
##### 26. Question

**Directions**(Q.25-28) : Refer to the following Venn diagram:

The number of students in total, who took History or Mathematics or Science, was:##### Hint

The required set of students is denoted by regions lying inside the circles representing History, Mathematics and Science.

∴ Required number = (9 + 14 + 18 + 15 + 16 + 13 + 13 + 20 + 18 + 13 + 16 + 19) = 183. - Question 27 of 31
##### 27. Question

**Directions**(Q.25-28) : Refer to the following Venn diagram:

The number of students who took both History and Geography among other subjects was:##### Hint

The required set of students is denoted by the regions common to the circles representing History and Geography.

∴ Required number = (20 + 13 + 12 + 18) = 63. - Question 28 of 31
##### 28. Question

**Directions**(Q.25-28) : Refer to the following Venn diagram:

Which subject was taken by the largest number of students?##### Hint

Number of students who took History = (16 + 12 + 18 + 20 + 18 + 14 + 13) = 111.

Number of students who took Geography = (9 + 16 + 13 + 20 + 13 + 12 + 18) = 101.

Number of students who took science = (19 + 15 + 18 + 20 + 18 + 16 + 13) = 119.

Number of students who took mathematics = (9 + 14 + 13 + 20 + 13 + 15 + 18) = 102. - Question 29 of 31
##### 29. Question

In the given figure, the triangle represents girls, the square represents sports persons and the circle represents coaches. The portion in the figure which represents girls, who are sports persons but not coaches is

##### Hint

The required region is the region which is common to the triangle and square but lies outside the circle i.e. B.

- Question 30 of 31
##### 30. Question

If Tall men is equivalent to circle, Army men to triangle and Strong men to square. In figure, different regions are represented by different numbers from 1 to 7. Indicate which number will represent strong army men?

##### Hint

Strong army men will be represented by the region which is common to the square and the triangle i.e., 4, 7.

- Question 31 of 31
##### 31. Question

The diagram below represents the students who study Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Study the diagram and identify the region which represents the students who study Physics and Mathematics but not Chemistry.

##### Hint

The required region is the one which is common to circles X and Z but lies outside the circle Y i.e. T.

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