Insta–DART (Daily Aptitude and Reasoning Test) 2020  21
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Considering the alarming importance of CSAT in UPSC CSE Prelims exam and with enormous requests we received recently, InsightsIAS has started Daily CSAT Test to ensure students practice CSAT Questions on a daily basis. Regular Practice would help one overcome the fear of CSAT too.
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Question 1 of 5
1. Question
Geeta is older than her cousin Meena. Meena’s brother Bipin is older than Geeta. When Meena and Bipin visit Geeta, they like to play chess. Meena wins the game more often than Geeta. Based on the above information, four conclusions, as given below, have been made. Which one of these logiIcally folloows from the information given above?
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Answer : d
The order of Geeta, Meena and Bipin’s ages are;
Bipin ˃ Geeta ˃ Meena
Hence, Meena is the youngest of the three.
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Answer : d
The order of Geeta, Meena and Bipin’s ages are;
Bipin ˃ Geeta ˃ Meena
Hence, Meena is the youngest of the three.

Question 2 of 5
2. Question
Examine the following statements.
 Either A and B are of the same age or A Is older than B.
 Either C and D are of the same age or D is older than C.
 B is older than C.
Which one of the following conclusions can be drawn from the above statements?
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Answer : d
Let a, b, c and d are the ages of A, B, C and D,
respectively. So, in respect of their ages;
By first statement, a ³ b
By second statement, d ³ c
By third statement, b ˂ c
So, a ˃ c is correct inference.
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Answer : d
Let a, b, c and d are the ages of A, B, C and D,
respectively. So, in respect of their ages;
By first statement, a ³ b
By second statement, d ³ c
By third statement, b ˂ c
So, a ˃ c is correct inference.

Question 3 of 5
3. Question
Examine the following statements.
 Rama scored more than Rani
 Rani scored less than Ratna.
 Ratna scored more than Rama.
 Padma scored more than Rama but less than Ratna.
Who scored the highest?
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Answer : d
From the given information, in respect of score as the obtained;
Rama > Rani …………………………………..(1)
Ratna > Rani …………………………………..(2)
Ratna ˃ Rama …………………………………(3)
Ratna > Padma> Rama ………………………..(4)
From the above equations, it is clear that Ratna scored the highest.
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Answer : d
From the given information, in respect of score as the obtained;
Rama > Rani …………………………………..(1)
Ratna > Rani …………………………………..(2)
Ratna ˃ Rama …………………………………(3)
Ratna > Padma> Rama ………………………..(4)
From the above equations, it is clear that Ratna scored the highest.

Question 4 of 5
4. Question
P. Q, R and S are four men. P is the oldest but not the poorest. R is the richest but not the oldest. Q is older than S but not than P or R. P is richer than Q but not than S. The four men can be ordered (descending) in respect of age and richness, respectively, is
Correct
Answer : b
In respect of age;
Q > S
P ˃ Q
R > Q
Also, P is the oldest. Hence, the order of age would be
P > R > Q > S
In respect of richness:
P > Q
S > P
Also, R is the richest. Hence, the order of richness would be
R > S > P > Q
Hence, the possible required respective orders are PRQS and RSPQ.
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Answer : b
In respect of age;
Q > S
P ˃ Q
R > Q
Also, P is the oldest. Hence, the order of age would be
P > R > Q > S
In respect of richness:
P > Q
S > P
Also, R is the richest. Hence, the order of richness would be
R > S > P > Q
Hence, the possible required respective orders are PRQS and RSPQ.

Question 5 of 5
5. Question
Q. R, S and T reside in a fivestoreyed (Ground + 4) building, and each of them resides on a separate floor. Further:
 T does not reside on the topmost floor.
 Q does not reside on the ground floor.
 S resides on one storey above that of P and one storey below that of R.
To know as the which one of the five persons resides on the ground floor which of the above
statements are sufficient/insufficient?
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Answer : d
On the basis of the given statements there can arrangements:
R Q Q
S R T
P S R
Q P S
T T P
(1)(2) (3)
As either of T or P can reside on the ground floor, so to exactly find who resides on the ground floor all given statements are insufficient.
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Answer : d
On the basis of the given statements there can arrangements:
R Q Q
S R T
P S R
Q P S
T T P
(1)(2) (3)
As either of T or P can reside on the ground floor, so to exactly find who resides on the ground floor all given statements are insufficient.
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