Welcome to Reasoning Ability Test for SBI Prelims - Set 04

Directions (1-5): Study the directions given below and answer the questions that follow:

Q.1 Statements: Z > X ≥ Q ≥ L, X ≤ M < N, M ≥ D > F

Conclusions:

(i) M > Q
(ii) Q = M
Q.2 Statements: Q < I ≤ K ≥ X, K ≤ T < M, B ≤ D ≤ K

Conclusions:

(i) M > X
(ii) D < Q
Q.3 Statements: A ≤ C ≤ D ≤ F, Q ≥ F ≤ L

Conclusions:

(i) Q ≥ C
(ii) A ≤ L
Q.4 Statements: Q < J ≤ K ≥ X, K ≤ T < M, B ≤ D ≤ K

Conclusions:

(i) B ≤ J
(ii) T > Q
Q.5 Statements: Z > X ≥ Q ≥ L, X ≤ M < N, M ≥ D > F

Conclusions:

(i) X ≤ F
(ii) L > N
Directions (6-8): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions:

There are three married couples in a family of six members L, M, N, O, P and Q. Each member likes different subjects; Accounts, Maths, Reasoning, English, Cost Accounting and Computers.

• N is the wife of Q and P is her mother in law
• O is the father of Q who likes Accounts
• L likes cost accounting and her husband likes computer
• No lady likes Maths or Accounts

Q.6 How is P related to O?
Q.7 Who likes Maths?
Q.8 Which of the following group of pairs represents the three couples correctly?
Directions (9-13): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Q.9 Statements: Some pens are papers
No paper is a pencil

Conclusions:

(i) All pens can’t be pencil
(ii) All pencils can’t be pen
Q.10. Statements: All banks are public
No private are public

Conclusions:

(i) All public can’t be banks
(ii) Some private being banks is a possibility
Q.11 Statements: Some bicycles are trains
No bike is a train
All bikes are scooters

Conclusions:

(i) Some bikes being bicycle is a possibility
(ii) All trains being scooter is a possibility
Q.12 Statements: All dogs are Scooby
Some scooby are mickey
No Mickey is a mouse

Conclusions:

(i) All Mickey can’t be dogs
(ii) Some dogs can be mouse
Q.13 Statements: Some bicycles are trains
No bike is a train
All bikes are scooters

Conclusions:

(i) Some scooters are bicycles
(ii) No Scooter is a bicycle
Directions (14-15): Read the information carefully and answer the questions that follow:

A person named Ajay started walking from point L in the south direction to point S. After walking 15 m, he turned to his right and walked 8 m. Again he turned to his right and walked 4 m and then he stopped.

Another person Sanjay standing 20 m to the west of point L started walking in the South direction and travelled 8 m. He stopped after taking a left turn and walking 2 m in that direction.

Q.14 If Ajay has to go to point S then in which direction he will have to turn?
Q.15 How far is Sanjay from Ajay before taking his last turn?
Directions (16-20): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Six lectures Maths, English, Geography, Physics, Accounts and Marketing scheduled from Sunday to Saturday, with only one lecture on each day

• English should be organised on Tuesday and should not be followed by Physics
• One day there will be no lecture (Friday is not that day), just before that day Physics will be scheduled
• There should be a gap of 2 days between Accounts and Physics
• Geography should be scheduled immediately after Marketing
• Maths should not be scheduled on Thursday

Q.16 On which day there is no lecture?
Q.17 How many lectures are organised between Geography and Physics?
Q.18 Which day will be the lecture Marketing be organised?
Q.19 Which of the following is the last lecture in the series?
Q.20 On which would English be scheduled?
Directions (21-23): Study the information given below and answer the questions that follow:

The letters L, M, N, O, P, Q and R not necessarily in the same order, stand for seven consecutive integers from 1 -10. O is less than L. M is the middle term. Q is as much less than M as N is greater than O. R is greater than Q.

Q.21 The fifth integer is?
Q.22 If L is as much greater than Q, which integer is less than R?
Q.23 The greatest possible value of N is how much greater than the smallest possible value of O?
Directions (24-28): Study the following information and answer the questions that follow:

Eight friends P, Q, R, S, T, U, X and Y are sitting around a square table in such a way that two persons sit on each of the four sides of the table facing the centre. Members sitting on opposite sides are exactly opposite each other.

P is towards right of U. Y is exactly opposite of R, who is to the immediate left of S. P and Y are sitting on the same side. U is immediately right of Q. T and Q are exactly opposite each other.

Q.24 Which of the following pairs of persons has both the persons sitting on the same side with first person sitting to the left of the second person?
Q.25 Who is next to S in the anticlockwise direction?
Q.26 Who is sitting opposite U?
Q.27 Who is sitting opposite P?
Q.28 Which of the following statements is definitely true?
Directions (29-33): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Five friends Ankit, Jatin, Manish, Ajay and Sunil travel to five different cities- Pondicherry, Darjeeling, Gangtok, Mumbai and Pune by different modes of transport of bus, train, aeroplane, car and boat from Goa.

• Goa is not connected by bus to Gangtok and Pondicherry
• Ajay travelled by boat whereas Sunil travelled by train
• Manish went to Mumbai by car
• Jatin went to Darjeeling by plane
• The person who travelled to Gangtok did not travel by boat

Q.29 Who among the following travelled to Gangtok?
Q.30 The person travelling to Gangtok went by which of the following modes?
Q.31 Which of the following combination of place and mode is not correct?
Q.32 Which of the following combinations is true for Ajay?
Q.33 Which of the following combinations of person and mode is not correct?
Q.34 How many such pairs of letters are there in the word “EPICUREAN” which has as many as letters between them in the English alphabet?
Q.35 If in a certain code language “GLIB” is coded as “CHEX” then what will be the code of “MAMMOTH” in that certain code language?

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