Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Reasoning For SBI and IBPS Exams



Directions (Q.1-10): Below are given three statements 1, 2 and 3, followed by four conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they appear to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements. For each question, mark an appropriate answer choice that you think is correct.

1. Statements: 
1.All bulbs are radios.
2.All radios are fans.
3.No fans are tables.
Conclusions:
I.Some fans are bulbs.
II.No table is a bulb.
III.Some radios are bulbs.
IV.Some tables are radios.
(a) I, II and III follow 
(b) II, III and IV follow 
(c) Only I and II follow 
(d) Only I and III follow 
(e) II and IV follow 

2. Statements:
1.Some books are bulbs.
2.All biscuits are pens.
3.No bulb is a biscuit.
Conclusions:
I.Some books are not biscuits.
II.Some bulbs are not pens.
III.Some books are not pens.
IV.Some pens are not bulbs.
(a) I and IV follow 
(b) II and IV follow 
(c) I and III follow 
(d) II and III follow 
(e) I, II and IV follow 

3. Statements:
1.All books are notes.
2.Some notes are watches.
3.No watch is a pencil 
Conclusions:
I.Some watches are books.
II.Some notes are pencils.
III.No watch is a book.
IV.Some notes are not pencils.
(a) I and either II or IV follow 
(b) I, III and IV follow 
(c) I, II and III follow 
(d) Only I and IV follow 
(e) Either I or III and IV follow

4. Statements:
1.Some blondes are Indians.
2.Some Asians are blondes.
3.No Asian is a brunette.
Conclusions:
I.Some Indian are Asians.
II.Some blondes are brunettes.
III.Some brunettes are not blondes.
IV.Some blondes are not brunettes.
(a) III and IV follow 
(b) II and III follow 
(c) Only III follows 
(d) Only IV follows 
(e) Either II or IV and III follow 

5. Statements:
1.All nips are tips.
2.No coin is a tip.
3.Some balls are nips.
Conclusions:
I.Some balls are coins.
II.Some balls are tips.
III.Some coins are not balls.
IV.Some balls are not coins.
(a) Only II and III follow 
(b) Only II and IV follow 
(c) Either I or IV follows 
(d) Only IV follows 
(e) Either I or IV, and III follow 

6. Statements:
1.All crooks are spooks.
2.All books are jokes.
3.Some books are crooks.
Conclusions:
I.Some jokes are crooks.
II.Some spooks are jokes.
III.Some crooks are jokes.
IV.Some spooks are books.
(a) I, II and III follow 
(b) II, IIII and IV follow 
(c) I, III and IV follow 
(d) I, II and IV follow 
(e) All follow 

7. Statements:
1.Some papers are nibs.
2.No file is a cutter.
3.Some files are papers.
Conclusions:
I.Some files are nibs. 
II.Some papers are cutters.
III.Some files are not cutter.
IV.Some papers are not cutters. 
(a) Either I or III, and II follow 
(b) Only III and IV follow 
(c) Either II or IV, and I follow 
(d) Either II or IV, and III follow 
(e) Either II and IV, and either I or III follow 

8. Statements:
1.All gardens are boxes.
2.Some gardens are flowers.
3.No chocolate is a box.
Conclusions:
I.Some flowers are chocolates.
II.No garden is a chocolate.
III.Some flowers are boxes.
IV.Some flowers are not chocolates.
(a) II, III and IV follow 
(b) I, III and IV follow 
(c) Only II and III follow 
(d) Only III and either I or IV follow
(e) Only II, III and either I or IV follow

9. Statements:
1.Some bulbs are chocolates.
2.No fruit is a bulb.
3.Only Amul is a chocolates. 
Conclusions:
I.Some fruits are not chocolates.
II.Some chocolates are not fruits.
III.Some bulbs are Amuls.
IV. No bulb is an Amul
(a) Only II and III follow 
(b) Only II and IV follow 
(c) Either III or IV follows 
(d) Either III or IV and I and II follow 
(e) Only I and III follow 

10. Statements:
1.Some Indians are not Africans.
2.All Africans are Asians.
3.Some Asians are Americans.
Conclusions:
I.Some Indians are not Asians.
II.Some Indians are not Americans.
III.All Africans are Americans.
IV.Some Americans are Indians.
(a) None follows
(b) Only II follows 
(c) Only III follows 
(d) Only IV follows 
(e) Either II or IV follows 












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