Directions (1-2): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow:

Supermarkets are growing at a fast pace than Kirana Stores. Kirana Stores such places cues where customer go to purchase their ne­cessities. In place of five Kirana stores one or two supermarkets are being established. It has been found that customers’ requirements are looked after by trained staff. It has been found that food products are low life products which are manufactured from local manufacturers. These products are typically purchased by the customer on the assurance. The market is appealing to supermarkets and retail outlet owners are setting up their business. In other areas where there are less Kirana stores.

1. Which of the following can be a good argument in favor of shopping from Kirana stores instead of supermarkets?

People prefer supermarkets because they offer a larger range of products. i.e, products other than FMCG and they can buy everything under one roof.

People end-up buying other irrelevant things along with those on their shopping lists in Supermarkets and then they have to stand in long queues at the bill­ing counters.

Most Kirana stores are closed at least one day in a week whereas supermarkets are open 365 days a year.

Kirana stores do not accept debit and credit cards.

Very few Kirana stores sell products at a bargained price.


2. Which of the following can be inferred from the given information? (An inference is something that is not directly stated but can inferred from "the given information).

Most supermarkets and re­ tail outlet owners choose to set up businesses in areas that have very few Kirana stores.

People tend to trust retail outlets and supermarkets when it comes to buying high value products as opposed to buying them from local shops.

If there are two or more Kirana stores in a typical residential area the competition among them is very high.

Kirana stores owners are vying to acquire franchisee of supermarkets as the local shops have lost their charm and business.

Kirana stores do not sell the products which consumers have on their regular shopping lists, so they have to depend on supermarkets.


Direction (3-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: Among five persons - P, Q, R, S and T-each has different height. Only two persons are shorter than S. T is shorter than S but taller than R. The one who is the second tallest among them is of 158 centimeter.

3. Which of the following statements is definitely true with respect to the given information?

R is definitely 150 cm

None of the given statements is true

T is shorter than S

Q is shorter than S

P is possibly 153 cm


4. Which of the folloWing is possibly the height of Q?

148cm

156cm

152 cm

150cm

158cm


5. How many persons are shorter than Q?

Two

Three

Four

Cannot be determined

One


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