Hacking The Amazon Aptitude 2020

This blog is to provide all the aptitude questions asked in Amazon in year 2020 placements including both on-campus and off-campus.

Question-1: FASTER: HCUVGT:: SLOWER: __

Ans: UNQYGT

Question-2: From the given options, three are similar to each other because they follow the same pattern, Identify that is dissimilar to the other three.

  1. KML 2. PRQ 3. NPQ 4. TVU

Ans: NPQ

Question-3: If COMPUTER is coded as GKQLYPIN, then what is the code for SENATE?

Ans: WARWXA

Question-4: If TENNIS is coded as UDOMJR, then what will be the code for CRICKET?

Ans: DQJBLDU

Question-5: 2,3,7,8,13,14,....

Ans: 20

Question-6: A man moves 2 miles east, then 3 miles south and then 2 miles west. He then moves 2 miles towards the initial point where he had started. In which direction is he from his initial position?

Ans: South

Question-7: Consider the direction code given below:

A@B=A is 10 yards to the left of B. A#B=A is 15 yards to the right of B. A$B=A is 5 yards to the right of B. A%B=A is 20 yards to the left of B.

What is the position of Z with respect to W. If the direction of Z is given by: Z@X%Y$W?

Ans: Z is 25 yards to the left of W.

Question-8: Statements: Q+R, R/S, S/T

Conclusions: I. Q/S II. Q=R

Ans: Only Conclusion 1 is true.

Question-9: Skeptics argue that flying saucers and UFOs believed to be guided by extraterrestrial beings or aliens are creations of human imagination. They have demonstrated that a number of photographs that supposedly show flying saucers are either phony or are misinterpreted images of earthly or natural objects such as airplanes or meteors. However, there are scientists who have contributed plenty of evidence of the existence of UFOs and claim that aliens do exist.

Ans: While the existence of flying saucers and UFOs has been denied, the possibility of alien beings is still a reality.

Question-10: Buy me and INXsell are similar to each other based on the fact that they enable people to buy products online. However, Buy me allows buying and selling of second-hand products as well and INXsell does not. A person can sell his/her book, bike, or treadmill on this website at the best possible price. The seller sets the lowest price for a product and potential buyers bid on the product. The one with the highest bid at the end of the auction has to buy the product. The one with the highest bid at the end of the auction has to buy the product at the quoted price. Legal action can be taken against the bidder if he/she refuses to buy the product after that. The site, however, doesn't provide any warranty for the products auctioned on it. INXsell enables buying of new products from the inventory of the organizations to which the product belongs.

Ans: The only difference between Buyme and INXsell is that Buyme allows buying of second-hand products as well.

Question-11: Problem question: Among five friends A, B, C, D, and E, who is the tallest? Statements: I) B is taller than A, but shorter than D and E. II) C is shorter than B.

Ans: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient to answer the problem question.

Question-12: Among the four students of grade 5- Richie, Martha, Kelly and Gretchen, who is the tallest? Statements: I) Martha is shorter than Richie, but taller than Gretchen. II) Kelly is taller than Martha.

Ans: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient to answer the problem question.

Question-13: Sarah, Glen, Rita, Monica, Natalie, and Ana are six best friends who had gone out to a party. They were made to sit around a hexagonal table in the restaurant. No two persons out of Glen, Ana and Sarah sat opposite of each other. If Rita sits between Sarah and Ana, then who sits opposite of Natalie?

Ans: Sara

Question-14: Sarah, Glen, Rita, Monica, Natalie, and Ana are six best friends who had gone out to a party. They were made to sit around a hexagonal table in the restaurant. No two persons out of Glen, Ana and Sarah sat opposite of each other. If Ana is sitting between Natalie and Rita, then who are sitting adjacent to Monica?

Ans: Natalie and Glen

Question-15: Sarah, Glen, Rita, Monica, Natalie, and Ana are six best friends who had gone out to a party. They were made to sit around a hexagonal table in the restaurant. No two persons out of Glen, Ana and Sarah sat opposite of each other. If Sarah, Monica, and Rita sit together in that order, then who is the other person sitting next to Rita?

Ans: Natalie

Question-16: Sarah, Glen, Rita, Monica, Natalie, and Ana are six best friends who had gone out to a party. They were made to sit around a hexagonal table in the restaurant. No two persons out of Glen, Ana and Sarah sat opposite of each other. If Ana is sitting between Natalie and Rita, then who is sitting opposite of Monica?

Ans: Sarah

Question-17: QDXM: SFYN :: UIOZ:

Ans: WKPA

Question-18: BHE: FLI:: JPM:

Ans: NTQ

Question-19: From the given options, three are similar to each other because they follow the same pattern, Identify that is dissimilar to the other three.

  1. FHKO 2. CEHL 3. ZBEJ 4. XZCG

Ans: ZBEJ

Question-20: From the given options, three are similar to each other because they follow the same pattern, Identify that is dissimilar to the other three.

  1. DFK 2. PRW 3. EGL 4. TVZ

Ans: TVZ

Question-21: From the given options, three are similar to each other because they follow the same pattern, Identify that is dissimilar to the other three. 1.HIKJ 2. KLNM 3. STVU 4. RSTU

Ans: RSTU

Question-22: If STUMP is coded as PQRJM, then what is the code for PITCH?

Ans: MFQZE

Question-23: If NORMAL is coded as LAMRON, then what is the code for System?

Ans: METSYS

Question-24: A man moves 2 miles east, then 3 miles south, and then 2 miles west. He then moves 2 miles toward the initial point from where he had started. In which direction is he from his initial position?

Ans: South

Question-25: Jenny has lost her way home. She was standing 25 yards away from her house in the southwest direction. She walked 20 yards north and reached point x. How far and in which direction would she have to walk to reach her house?

Ans: 15 yards, West

Question-26:

Statements: A%B, C=E, DB Conclusions: I) A#D II) CE

Ans: Neither conclusion I nor II is true.

Question-27: The world production of sugar has been reported to be very scarce as compared to the global sales for four years. The demand for sugar is extremely high but the supply has been low for quite some time now. This could be because of the awful weather and also because some chief sugar growers have switched to high-priced jute. The price of sugar has soared in response to the phenomena of the demand-supply disparity. The price of sugar equals that of jute.

Ans: If there continues to be a decline in the production of sugar, the price of sugar may even exceed that of jute.

Question-28: Every organization faces some problems at all levels. The complications at senior levels are resolved with precision. However, information about serious problems at lower levels is progressively lightened and distorted as it goes up each step in the management hierarchy. Chief executives get information about the major issues at lower levels through their subordinates.

Ans: Problems at higher levels of organization hierarchy are more complex than those at the lower levels.

Question-29: What fraction of mangoes did Emma get?

Statements: I) There are five people among whom mangoes have been distributed. II) Everyone has got an equal number of mangoes.

Ans: Both statements put together are sufficient to answer the problem question.

Question-30: Is Brianna taller than Sally?

Statements: I) rose is of the same height as Brianna and sally. II) Sally is shorter than Rose.

Ans: Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the problem question.

Question-31: A,B,C,D,E,F,G and H are sitting around a circular table. F is two places to the right of C. A and E are on either side of G. B and H are opposite to each other. C is facing north. Who is sitting opposite to D?

Ans: G

Question-32: A,B,C,D,E,F,G and H are sitting around a circular table. F is two places to the right of C. A and E are on either side of G. B and H are opposite to each other. C is facing north. Which of the given arrangements is possible in a counter clockwise direction?

  1. AGEBDCFH 2. AGEBCDHF 3. AGEBCDFH 4. ABFDCHEG

Ans: AGEBCDFH

Question-33: A,B,C,D,E,F,G and H are sitting around a circular table. F is two places to the right of C. A and E are on either side of G. B and H are opposite to each other. C is facing north. Identify the pair that sits opposite to each other.

  1. G and D 2. B and A 3. G and C 4. A and D

Ans: G and D

Question-34: A,B,C,D,E,F,G and H are sitting around a circular table. F is two places to the right of C. A and E are on either side of G. B and H are opposite to each other. C is facing north. If B is not next to A and F is opposite of A, then who is adjacent to D?

Ans: C

Passage-1

The delivery charges for goods bought from ABC Company are decided according to the following procedure. The customers

  1. are divided into two categories: a. those who have a sales region code of 10 or above b. those who have a sales region code of less than 10
  2. must have bought goods worth $500 or more in the previous month
  3. must not have dealership of any other similar company.
  4. must not have been provided bulk discount before
  5. must have been provided a special discount of 5% or less than that in the previous dealings.
  6. must have regularly ordered for more than three years. However. if the customer a. fulfills all the conditions except (2), and if the sales region code is less than 10 delivery charges of $10 would be levied. Delivery charges of $8 would be levied for a code more than 10: b. fulfills all the conditions except (3), and if the sales region code is less than 10. delivery charges of $5 would be levied. Delivery charges of $12 would be levied for a code more than 10 c. does not fulfill two or more of the conditions stated above then s/he would have to pay delivery charges of $30 regardless of the sales region code

Question-35 (Passage-1): Jacob is a customer whose sales region code is 14. He bought goods worth $150 from ABC company in june. He is not a dealer for any other similar company. He has never been provided any bulk discount or special discount.

Ans: The customer would have to pay $8 as deliver charges.

Question-36 (Passage-1): Emma is a customer whose sales region code is 08. She has been regularly ordering goods from ABC company for more than four years. She has also purchased goods Worth $150 in the previous month. She has never been provided any bulk discount, but has been given a special discount of 2%. Additionally, she has dealership of another similar company.

Ans: The customer would have to pay $10 as delivery charges.

Question-37 (Passage-1): Naomi Brown, a 16 year old hockey champion at St Louis High School has applied to participate in the United States Hockey League (junior). She has submitted the authorization letter from the principal and the recommendation letter from the school coach. Her team won four out of twelve interschool matches. One of these matches was against a team from Finland.

Ans: The case should be referred to the Director.

Question-38 (Passage-1): Harry, a 17 year old hockey player at St. Louis High School has applied for participation in the United States Hockey League (junior). He has submitted the authorization letter from the principal. He was, however not given a recommendation letter by the school Coach due to a case of misbehavior on the field while playing an interschool match. His team won seven out of ten interschool matches they had played.

Ans: The Player should not be selected.

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