Reasoning Quiz

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DIRECTIONS (1-5): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.

Seven friends A, B, L, M, N, P and Q study different subjects Marketing, Statistics, Biology, Maths, Physics, Chemistry, History not necessary in the same order. Each of them belongs to different state. Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Odisha, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Bihar, but not necessary in the same order.

L studies Maths and does not belong to either Assam or Bihar. The one who belongs to Rajasthan does not study Physics or History. A belongs to Odisha. N belongs to Tamil Nadu and studies Biology. The one who belongs to Arunachal Pradesh studies Statistics. M studies Chemistry and Q studies Marketing. B belongs to West Bengal and does not study Physics. The one who studies Marketing does not belong to Bihar.

Welcome to Reasoning Ability Section 2 for SBI Clerk 2016

Q.1 Who studies Physics?
Q.2 Which of the following combination of state and subject is correct?
Q.3 Which subject is studied by B?
Q.4 Who belongs to Rajasthan?
Q.5 P belongs to which state?
DIRECTIONS (6-10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.

Eight friends S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting around a square table in such a way that four of them sit in middle of the square and four sit at the four corners of the square. The ones who sit in the middle face outside while those who sit at the four corners face the centre.

Two females sit in the middle of the sides and two at the corners. S sits second to the left of Y. Y sits in the middle of one if the sides. U sits fourth to the right of his wife and his wife is not the immediate neighbor of S or Y. T sits third to the right of her husband. T does not sit at any of the corner. Only V sits between T and Z. Z is the husband of S. W is a male.

Q.6 Which of the following is true with respect to the given sitting arrangement?
Q.7 Who amongst the following is the husband of T
Q.8 How many people sit between T and U when counted in anticlockwise direction from T?
Q.9 Who amongst the following is the wife of U?
Q.10 What is the position of W with respect to U?
DIRECTIONS (11-15): In the following question symbols ©, %, @, $ and # are used with the following meaning. Read the information carefully and answer the questions.

P#Q → P is neither greater than nor equal to Q.

P*Q → P is either smaller than or equals to Q.

P@Q → P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q.

P%Q → P is either greater than or equal to Q.

P©Q → P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q.

Give answer:

Q.11

Statement: A#B, C*D, E%B, C©A
Conclusion: I A*D              II A#E
Q.12

Statement: L#M, M*O, O%P, P©B
Conclusion: I P*M              II P©M
Q.13

Statement: R%A, A*B, S©C, B#S
Conclusion: I S©R             II C@B
Q.14

Statement: D*E, F@G, G©H, H%D
Conclusion: I D#F                II E*G
Q.15

Statement: A%Z, B*Y, Y@A, B©W
Conclusion: I Y©W            II Y%Z
DIRECTIONS (16-20): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.

12 people are sitting in two parallel rows having six people each. In row 1 – L, M, N, O, U and W are sited all are facing south. In row 2 – G, H, I, J, K and R are sited and all are facing north.

L is not an immediate neighbour of N. I does not face W. N is not an immediate neighbour of U. Two persons sit between N and M. K does not face W. Only two person sit between H and K. H sits at one of the extreme end. W is not an immediate neighbour of U. W does not face G and W does not sit at any of the extreme ends. U Faces J. Neither G nor J sits are extreme ends. G sits third to the right of J.

Q.16 Who amongst the following sit at extreme ends?
Q.17 Who faces G?
Q.18 How many persons are there between U and O?
Q.19 L is related W in the same way as I is related to R. To which of the following is K related to?
Q.20 Which of the following is true regarding R?
DIRECTIONS (21-25): Read the following codes and answer the questions given below it. (NOTE:- All codes are two letter codes)

That is My Mobile – ch lu ka pa

That one give Me – ba mu ch tu

Give Mobile to them – sa ka ta mu

One is now them – lu sa ba za

Q.21 What is the code for “That”?
Q.22 What is the code for “Give Mobile”?
Q.23 “za” is the code of which word?
Q.24 “lu ba” is represented as what?
Q.25 “Give Mobile him” will be coded as?
DIRECTIONS (26-30): Study the sets of numbers given below and answer the questions which follow.

289            564      828      146      348


Q.26 What is the average of the largest and the smallest numbers given above?
Q.27 If the first and the last digits of all the numbers are interchanged, which number would be the second highest?
Q.28 If the 2nd digit in all the numbers is increased by 1 and the 3rd digit in all the numbers is decreased by 2, which number would be the smallest?
Q.29 If the 1st digit of each number is decreased by 1 and the 3rd digit is multiplied by 2, which of the following would become third highest?
Q.30 If all numbers are arranged in the ascending order, which of the following would be the third smallest?
DIRECTIONS (31-35): In each of the following questions below are given statements followed by the conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the conclusion logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Q.31

Statement:
1. Some Buses are balls
2. Some bats are balls
3. Some bats are bags
4. Some bags are best

Conclusions:
I. Some best are bats
II. Some bats are balls
III. Some best are buses
IV. No best is a bat
Q.32

Statement:
1. All towers are tyres
2. No tyre is train
3. Some trains are television
4. All televisions are telephones

Conclusions:
I. Some telephones are trains
II. Some telephones are towers
III. Some telephones are tyres
IV. No telephone is tower
Q.33

Statement:
1. Some cups are cakes
2. All cakes are chairs
3. Some chairs are chocolate
4. All chocolates are cars

Conclusions
I. All cups being chairs is a possibility
II. Some chairs are cups
Q.34

Statement:
1. All bikes are cars
2. No car is apartment
3. All apartment are books

Conclusions:
I. Some cars are books
II. All cars being book is a possibility
Q.35

Statement:
1. Some books are chairs
2. Some chairs are tables

Conclusions:
I. Some books are tables
II. No book is a table

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