Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Night Class: Reasoning Quiz for RBI/IBPS Exam

Directions (1-5): In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions
 (a) if only conclusion I follows.
 (b) if only conclusion II follows.
 (c) if either conclusion I or II follows.
 (d) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
 (e) if both conclusions I and II follow.

1. Statements:
A ≥ B = C; B < D ≤ E
I. D > A
II. E > C

2. Statements:
L > U ≥ K; Z < U < R
I. L > Z
II. K < R

3. Statements:
Y < J = P ≥ R > I
I. J > I
II. Y < R

4. Statements:
V ≥ K > M = N; M > S; T < K
I. T < N
II. V = S

5. Statements:
F ≤ X < A; R < X ≤ E
I. F ≤ E
II. R < F

Directions (6-10): Each question consists of three statements followed by two conclusions I and II. Consider the statements to be true even if they are in variance with the commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements using all the three statements together. Mark your answer as –
(a) If only conclusion I follows.
(b) If only conclusion II follows.
(c) If either conclusion I or conclusion II follows. 
(d) If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.
(e) If both conclusion I and conclusion II follow.

6. Statements:
All rings are watches.
Some bangles are rings.
Some caps are watches.
I. No cap is a bangle is a possibility.
II. Some rings which are caps they must be a part of bangles.

7. Statements:
All artists are players.
All musicians are artists.
All players are singers.
I. All singers are musicians is a possibility.
II. Some singers which are musicians also a part of artist. 

8. Statements:
All bricks are stones.
Some stones are rocks.
All rocks are mountains.
I. Some mountains which are stones are also a part of bricks.
II. No rock is brick is a possibility.

Statements (9-10): 
All stars are bottles. 
Some bottles are papers. 
No paper is a calendar. 

9. Conclusions:
I. All stars being papers is a possibility. 
II. No calendar is a bottle. 

10. Conclusions:
I. All calendars being stars is a possibility. 
II. At least some bottles are stars.

Directions (11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Eleven students A, B, C, D, E, F, G, P, Q, R and S are sitting around a circular table facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. A sits seconds to the right of E, who is not a neighbour of G. Q is the immediate neighbour of A and B and third to the left of G. D, who is on the immediate left of F, is second to the right of C. S is on the immediate left of D and third to the right of R.

Q11. Who among the following is third to the left of P?
(a) D
(b) C
(c) B
(d) R
(e) None of these

Q12. Who among the following is on the immediate left of C?
(a) D
(b) R
(c) S
(d) G
(e) None of these

Q13. Who among the following sits exactly between P and S if counted in clockwise direction from P?
(a) A
(b) R
(c) Q
(d) D
(e) None of these

Q14. How many persons are there between P and S if counted in clockwise direction from P?
(a) Three 
(b) Four
(c) Six
(d) Five
(e) None of these

Q15. Who among the following is fourth to the right of G?
(a) F
(b) C
(c) S
(d) E
(e) None of these

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