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This lesson comprises of two attributes of 6 people with 6 engineering fields.

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1. LOGICAL REASONING MATRIX ARRANGEMENTS Nikita letwani

2. INTRODUCTION Matrix arrangements involve fixing of 2 or more attributes to any object.The most important point of concern in matrix arrangements is to understand the problem & draw a matrix illustrating all the given points of the basic structure of the argument. . We shall discuss the various methods to draw a matrix Method l:We fix any given parameter,called as reference parameter, in a column & place the parameters in row getting a matrix. Ideally, the parameter about which maximum information is given should be used as the reference parameter Method Il:This method is generally followed when there are 3 or more attributes are associated with the primary object,element or person.An array is constructed with the reference parameters and affixingthe 'conditions' to be followed in the last column.

3. DIRECTIONS for questions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow. There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. C and E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer.

4. DIRECTIONS for questions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow. There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. C and E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer.

5. DIRECTIONS for questions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow. There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. C and E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. Electrical x

6. DIRECTIONS for questions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow. There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. C and E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. Electrical Aeronautical

7. DIRECTIONS for questions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow. There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. C and E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. Electrical Aeronautical

8. DIRECTIONS for questions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow. There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. C and E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. Electrical Aeronautical x

9. DIRECTIONS for questions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow. There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. C and E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. Electrical Aeronautical x

10. DIRECTIONS for questions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow. There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. C and E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. Electrical Aeronautical x Computer

11. DIRECTIONS for questions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow. There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. C and E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. Electrical Aeronautical x Computer x Chemical

12. DIRECTIONS for questions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow. There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. C and E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. Electrical Aeronautical x Computer x Chemical Mechanical Civil

13. DIRECTIONS for questions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow. There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. C and E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. Electrical Aeronautical Computer Chemical Mechanical Civil

14. Questions that foluoestions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer th There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. Cand E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. 35. Who is the Electrical engineer? 1] A Electrical Aeronautical Computer Chemical Mechanical Civil 4] A Or B 5] A Or C

15. Questions that foluoestions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer th There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. Cand E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. 35. Who is the Electrical engineer? 1] A Electrical Aeronautical Computer Chemical Mechanical Civil 4] A Or B 5] A Or C

16. Questions that foluoestions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer th There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. Cand E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. 38. What must be the profession of C? 1] Computer 2] Mechanical 3] Computer or Aeronautical 4] Civil 5] Mechanical or Civil Electrical Aeronautical Computer Chemical Mechanical Civil

17. Questions that foluoestions 35 to 39: Refer to the data below and answer th There are six friends A, B, C, D, E and F from six different engineering fields. A is not an Electrical engineer D is an Aeronautical engineer. Cand E are not Electrical engineers F is a Computer engineer. A and C are not chemical engineer. One of the friends is a Mechanical engineer and one is a Civil engineer. 39. A'S profession cannot be the following except: 1] Civil 2] Chemical 3] Electrical 4] Computer 5] Aeronautical Electrical Aeronautical Computer Chemical Mechanical Civil XIX

18. THANK YOU SEE YOU IN THE NEXT SESSION Nikita Jetwani