# Ranking Test Quiz Set 04

### Question 1

The value of heavier ornament is more than the value of the lighter ornament. Ornament of Braj is heavier than the ornament of Mohit and of more value than the value of the ornament of Rajat. The value of the ornament of Naseeb is of more than the value of ornament of Braj. The ornament of Naseeb is lighter than the ornament of Yogesh. Ornament of Rajat is costlier than the Ornament of Mohit. Who is the richest?

A

Braj.

B

Rajat.

C

Yogesh.

D

Nasseb.

Soln.
Ans: c

Facts are:

1. R and M < B.
2. B < N.
3. N < Y.
4. M < R.

By inspecting the right sides above we can shortlist B, N, Y and R. By examining the left side we can strike off B, R and N out of this list. So we are left with Y for Yogesh as the answer.

### Question 2

Arrange the following words in a meaningful order:

(A) Wall, (B) Clay, (C) House, (D) Room, (E) Bricks.

A

E, B, A, D, C.

B

B, E, D, A, C.

C

A, B, C, D, E.

D

B, E, A, D, C.

Soln.
Ans: d

The correct order is :

Clay(B) - Bricks(E) - Wall(A) - Room(D) - House(C)

### Question 3

In a group of five boys, Karan is second in height, Param is taller than Mohit. Raj is the tallest and Narinder is taller than Param. If they are arranged in ascending of heights, who is at third position?

A

Mohit.

B

Raj.

C

Mohit or Raj.

D

Param.

Soln.
Ans: d

The facts are:

1. Start - ? < K.
2. M < P.
3. ? < R - End.
4. P < N.

Start - M < K < P < N < R - End.

### Question 4

Prabh is heavier than Amrit who is lighter than Vikram. Param is lighter than Prabh and heavier than Vikram.

Who among them is the heaviest?

A

Prabh.

B

Amrit.

C

Vikram.

D

Param.

Soln.
Ans: a

Facts are:

1. A < V < Pr.
2. V < Pa < Pr.

The sequence becomes: A < V < Pa < Pr.

### Question 5

Find the meaningful sequence:

(A) Fan, (B) Evaporation, (C) Rain, (D) Turbine, (E) Transformer.

A

A,B,C,D,E.

B

B,C,D,E,A.

C

A,C,D,E,B.

D

B,C,E,D,A.

Soln.
Ans: d

Evaporation(B) → Rain(C) → Turbine(D) → Transformer(E) → Fan(A)

This is the sequence in which a fan runs through the hydro-electricity generated from water.