Monday, 17 October 2016

Night Class: Reasoning Quiz for BOM/IBPS Exam


Directions (1-5): In each of the questions below are given statements followed by conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Q1. Statements: 
a. some teachers are professors. 
b. Some professors are readers. 
c. All readers are reactors. 

Conclusions: 
I. Some readers are teachers. 
II. Some reactors are teachers. 
III. All reactors are readers. 
(a) None follows   
(b) Only I follows   
(c) only II follows 
(d) only III follows  
(e) All follow 


Q2. Statements: 
a. Some papayas are guavas.  
b. Some guavas are carrots.  
c. Some carrots are mangoes. 

Conclusions: 
I. Some mangoes are papayas. 
II. Some carrots are papayas. 
III. No papaya is a mango. 
(a) Only either I or II follows 
(b) Only either I or III follows  
(c) only II follows 
(d) only III follows  
(e) None of these 

Q3. Statements: 
a. All bottles are glasses. 
b. All drums are bottles. 
c. Some cups are bottles.

Conclusions: 
I. Some glasses are cups. 
II. All drums are glasses. 
III. Some bottles are drums.  
(a) None follows   
(b) Only I & II  follow   
(c) only II & III  follow 
(d) only I & III follows  
(e) All follows

Q4. Statements: 
a. All tables are sitars.  
b. All sitars are harmoniums. 
c. All harmoniums are violins. 

Conclusions: 
I. Some violins are tables.
II. Some violins are sitars.  
III. Some harmoniums are sitars.  
(a) All follow   
(b) Only II  follows   
(c) only I  follows 
(d) only I & II follows  
(e) None follows 

Q5. Statements: 
a. Some stations are ports. 
b. All shops are stores. 
c. No port is a store. 

Conclusions: 
I. Some stations are ports.
II. All shops are stores.  
III. No port is a store. 
(a) Only I follows   
(b) Only II follows   
(c) only III follows 
(d) All follows
(e) None of these 

Directions (6-10): Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

Germany, France, UK, Italy, Japan, US, Canada and Russia are the members of G-8 committee sitting around a circular table facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. All the member countries have different cars at the venue. These cars are Porsche, McLaren, Hennessey Venom, Zenvo, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Maruti and Bugatti, but not necessarily in the same order. 
The President of Germany is sitting third to the right of the President of France. The President whose car is Porsche is sitting second to the right of Japan's President. The President who used Ferrari is sitting fourth to the right of the person coming in Hennessey Venom, which is owned by the Canadian President. The President of Italy is sitting a opposite the President who is coming in Bugatti. The UK and Canadian presidents are the neighbours of the Italian president. The President of Russia is sitting fifth to the left and third to the right of the Italian President. 
There are two persons sitting between the US President and the Canadian President. The President coming in Lamborghini is sitting second to the left of the US President and the President coming in McLaren is sitting second to the right of the US president. The President of a UK is coming in Zenvo.

Q6. The President of which country is coming in Porsche? 
(a) Russia 
(b) US 
(c) France 
(d) Italy 
(e) Canada 

Q7. The President of which country is sitting to the right of the Italian President and the President of which country is sitting to the left of the President who is coming in Ferrari, respectively? 
(a) Japan and Canada 
(b) USA and Canada 
(c) UK and Canada 
(d) Japan and UK 
(e) UK and France 

Q8. Which president has come in Zenvo? 
(a)UK 
(b) Canada 
(c) France 
(d) Germany 
(e) Can't be determined 

Q9. Which of the following pairs is correct? 
(a) Russia — Zenvo 
(b) France — Ferrari 
(c) Italy— McLaren 
(d) Japan — Porsche 
(e) USA — Bugatti 

Q10. How many presidents are sitting between the President of Canada and the President of US if we count in anticlockwise direction, starting from the Canadian President? 
(a) Four 
(b) Two 
(c) Three 
(d) Five 
(e) Can't be determined 

Q11. If the letters of the word 'SUPERIOR' are arranged in the English alphabetical order, the position of how many letters will remain unchanged?
(a) None 
(b) One 
(c) Two 
(d) Three 
(e) None of these

Q12. In a certain code language THREAT is written as UBFSIU and FIRE is written as FSJG. How is UNRIPE written in that code language?
(a) FQJQMT 
(b) OVJSFQ 
(c) FQJSOV 
(d) FQHQOV 
(e) None of these

Q13. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word 'REALISATION' each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet? (In both forward and backward directions)
(a) None 
(b) One 
(c) Two 
(d) four
(e) None of these

Q14. Pointing to a boy, Radhika says, “He is the son of my grandfather’s only son.” How is the boy’s mother related to Radhika?
(a) Mother 
(b) Aunt
(c) Sister
(d) Cousin
(e) Data inadequate

Q15. How many meaningful English words can be formed with the letter ELSTA, using all the letter, but each letter only once in each word?
(a) Three
(b) Four
(c) Five
(d) Six
(e) Seven





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