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Welcome to Reasoning Ability Test for SBI Prelims - Set 03

(Directions 1-5) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions:

Q.1 Statements:

M ≥ A < B ≤ S ≤ L; T ≥ D ≥ O; B < Q < N; B ≥ T > C

Conclusions:

(i) M > C
(ii) M ≤ C
Q.2 Statements:

S < L > Q ≥ M; L < N < O; M ≤ Z > X; M > R > T

Conclusions:

(i) O > T
(ii) X < N
Q.3 Statements:

M ≥ A < B ≤ S ≤ L; T ≥ D ≥ O; B < Q < N; B ≥ T > C

Conclusions:

(i) A < C
(ii) O < N
Q.4 Statements:

L = Q ≥ N > O > S; N > T > Y

Conclusions:

(i) L = Y
(ii) L > Y
Q.5 Statements:

S < L > Q ≥ M; L < N < O; M ≤ Z > X; M > R > T

Conclusions:

(i) M < O
(ii) T < Z
(Directions 6-8) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions:

Seven types of paints L, M, N, O, P, Q and R of different colours Grey, Silver, Golden, Brown, Purple, Pink and violet are filled in different tins T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z. the order of the types of paints, colours and the tins is not necessary in the same order. Paint M is not kept in tin U or V and is pink in colour. Paint O is kept in tin Z and is not purple or grey. Q is kept in tin T and is silver in colour. Paints N and P are kept in tins X and Y respectively and R brown and golden in colour respectively. R is not purple in colour grey paint in not kept in tin U.

Q.6 Which of the following paints is violet in colour?
Q.7 Paint M is kept in which tin?
Q.8 Which tin contains purple paint?
(Directions 9-10) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions:

Eight friends L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S from Cambridge higher secondary school each have a different weight. O is lighter than L but heavier than R. P is heavier than S but lighter than N. M is lighter than O but heavier than Q. N is lighter than R. R is not as heavy as Q.

Q.9 If another student J who is heavier than P but lighter than R is added to the group which of the following will be definitely true?
Q.10 How many of them are definitely lighter than Q?
(Directions 11-15) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions:

Seven specialist teachers L, Q, O,C, E, G and X visit a college on four days- Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday in a week. At least 1 teacher but not more than two teachers visit the college on each of these days. Each of them is of a different field Biology, Chemistry, Maths, Accounts, Law, Marketing and Management.

• C visits on Friday with marketing teacher.

• The math teacher does not visit on Saturday nor with E and X.

• The management teacher G visits alone on Monday.

• Q visits on Thursday and he is not a Math teacher.

• O visits on Thursday. X is not marketing teacher.

• The math teacher visits with the biology teacher.

• The account teacher visits in Friday.

• L is neither chemistry teacher nor marketing teacher.

Q.11 L teaches which subject?

Q.12 On which day of the week does E visit?
Q.13 Who among them visits the college along with L?
Q.14 On which of the following days do the teachers of chemistry and law visit the college?
Q.15 C teaches which subject?
(Directions 16-19) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions:

Five boys A, B, C, D and E are seating in a row facing south. Five girls L, M, N, O and P are sitting in front of them in a row, each one facing one of them. All these are not necessary in the same order. C is facing N, B and E are not facing O. A is at one end. P is fourth to the right of L and is facing E. M is between L and N.

Q.16 Which pair occupies the middle position of the row?
Q.17 Who is facing M?
Q.18 Which of the following pair are sitting diagonally opposite?
Q.19 Which of the following is O’s position?
(Directions 20-22) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions:

There is a family of 5 person F, G, H, I and J. they are working as a businessmen, a salesman, an electrician, a carpenter and a broker. G, an unmarried salesman is a daughter of F. J, a broker, is the brother of H. H is the husband of the only married couple in the family. F, a carpenter is the father of two sons and an unmarried daughter. Daughter-in-law of F is a businessman.

Q.20 Who is the businessman in the family?
Q.21 Which of the following is the group of male members in the family?
Q.22 Which of the following is the group of female members in the family?
Directions (23-25): Study the information carefully and answer the questions that follow:

There are eight friends Varun, Ashwini, Rahul, Chirag, Gautam, Anshul, Sunil and Saurabh sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Chirag is not an immediate neighbor of Ashwini. Saurabh is second to the right of Anshul who is not an immediate neighbor of Gautam. Gautam is third to the left of Sunil who is to the immediate right of Ashwini who is third to the left o Varun.

Q.23 If Chirag is related to Gautam and Anshul, Rahul is related to Ashwini and Sunil then, with whom is Anshul related to?
Q.24 Which of the following is the correct position of Ashwini with respect to Chirag?
Q.25 What is Gautam’s position with respect to Rahul?
Directions (26-30): The given questions follow a certain pattern.

In each of the following questions two rows of numbers are given. The resultant number n each row is to be worked out separately based on the rules and the questions below the rows of numbers are to be answered. The operations of numbers progress from left to right.

Rules:

(i) If a 2 digit odd number is followed by 2 digit odd number, they are to be added
(ii) If a 2 digit even number is followed by a 2 digit odd number which is a perfect square, the even number is to be subtracted from the odd number
(iii) If a 3 digit number is followed by a 2 digit number the first number is to be divided by the second number
(iv) If a prime number is followed by an even number the two are to be added
(v) If an even number is followed by another even number, the two are to be multiplied

Q.26  23 15 12
X 24 49

If X is the resultant of the first row, what is the resultant of the second row?
Q.27   37 21 21
38 81 14

What is the difference between the resultant of the two rows?
Q.28    16 8 32
132 11 X2

If X is the resultant of the first row, what is the resultant of the second row?
Q.29   345 23 X
45 17 81

If X is the resultant of the second row, what is the resultant of the first row?
Q.30   12 28 84
37 22 18

What is the sum of the resultant of the two rows?
Directions (31-33): Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow:

There are 6 boxes L, M, N, O, P and Q placed according to their size. O is thicker than L and Q. N is thicker than only P. O is not the thickest. The second box is of 11 cm and the second thinnest box is of 5 cm. The sizes of the box are in whole numbers.

Q.31 Which box is the thickest?
Q.32 If N+L is 12 cm then what will be the size of O+L=?
Q.33 What can be the possible size of M?
Q.34 How many pairs of letters are there in the word ‘HALLUCINATION’ which have as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabets?
Q.35 If in a certain code language, ‘CREATE’ is coded as ‘IXNIVG’ then, how will ‘IMMACULATE’ be coded in the same language?

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