Reasoning and Logic are the greatest gifts to mankind. When we fail to reason, we fail to separate the right from the wrong! Even in the aptitude exams like banking, if we are unable to select the proper questions, and above that solve them in lesser amount of time than usual we are making a basic mistake. If we keep practicing these small questions on various easy topics of reasoning like sentence coding number coding etc. we are in turn able to keep a grip over these questions and get marks from the same. In this banking shot we provide you with the archaic simple questions that may appear in the IBPS RRB Prelims. If we already know what type are these and how to solve in less time we are already at an advantage over our competitors. Have a great time studying and practicing!

Good Luck 🙂

1. Question 1

Directions: The following have been coded in a certain way. Study the following coding and answer the question that follows:

Exams are coming:                 ta ma ka
You must practice:                  sa ch la
Practice success exams:          aa sa ma
Success coming:                     ta aa

1. What is the code for ‘You practice’ in the given code language?

1) Sa ch
2) Sa aa
3) La sa
4) La ch
5) Either (1) or (3)

2. Question 2

Directions: The following have been coded in a certain way. Study the following coding and answer the question that follows:

Exams are coming:                 ta ma ka
You must practice:                  sa ch la
Practice success exams:          aa sa ma
Success coming:                     ta aa

2. What is the code for ‘Success coming examination’ in the given code language?

1) Aa ta ma
2) Ta ma ka
3) Za aa ta
4) Ma ta sa
5) Ma ch la

3. Question 3

Directions: The following have been coded in a certain way. Study the following coding and answer the question that follows:

Exams are coming:                 ta ma ka
You must practice:                  sa ch la
Practice success exams:          aa sa ma
Success coming:                     ta aa

3. What is the code for ‘are’ in the given code language?

1) Ka
2) Ma
3) Sa
4) Ch
5) La

4. Question 4

Directions: The following question is based on the following five three digit numbers:

361         589         743         486         829

4. If the first and the last digits of all the numbers are interchanged, then which of the following will be the second largest number?

1) 589
2) 361
3) 743
4) 829
5) 486

5. Question 5

Directions: The following question is based on the following five three digit numbers:

361         589         743         486         829

5. If all the digits in each of the numbers are arranged in the ascending order within the number, which of the following will be the smallest number?

1) 829
2) 486
3) 743
4) 589
5) 361

6. Question 6

Directions: The following question is based on the following five three digit numbers:

361         589         743         486         829

6. If 1 is added to the first digit of each of the numbers, how many numbers thus formed will be divisible by 2?

1) Two
2) One
3) All
4) None
5) Three

7. Question 7

Directions: The following question is based on the following five three digit numbers:

361         589         743         486         829

7. If the second digit of the smallest number is divided by the second digit of the largest number then, what will be the result?

1) 1.5
2) 3.5
3) 2
4) 3
5) 1

8. Question 8

Directions: The following question is based on the following five three digit numbers:

361         589         743         486         829

8. If the digits within all the numbers are added then, the total of the digits of which of the following five numbers would be an odd number?

1) 743
2) 829
3) 486
4) 589
5) 361

9. Question 9

9. If ‘RING’ is coded as ‘#@©\$’ and ‘RUN’ is coded as ‘#%©’ then what will be the code for ‘RUNNING’ in the given code language?

10. Question 10

10. How many such numbers are there in the following series which are immediately preceded by 1 and immediately followed by 3?

9 3 1 4 3 7 9 1 3 6 1 9 3 4 3 6 8 1 8 3 1 3

1) One
2) Two
3) Five
4) Three
5) None

1. 5
2. 3
3. 1
4. 4
5. 5
6. 2
7. 4
8. 2
9. 5
10. 4

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