Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Previous Year Questions of Reasoning for IBPS Exams 2016


Directions (1-5): Study the following information and answer the questions.

9112, 8113, 7148, 1083, 9877

Q1. If 2 added in all first digit of every Number and 2 is subtracted from all last digit in every number which number will be 3rd largest?
(a) 9112
(b) 8113
(c) 7148
(d) 1083
(e) 9877


Q2. If 1 added in all two middle digit of all number which digit will be a smallest?
(a) 9112
(b) 8113
(c) 7148
(d) 1083
(e) 9877

Q3. If all digits are added of all numbers individually then which number will be highest?
(a) 9877
(b) 1083
(c) 7148
(d) 8113
(e) 9112

Q4. If last two digit is added of all numbers and then subtract 1 in all of them what would be the 2nd smallest?
(a) 7148
(b) 8113
(c) 9112
(d) 1083
(e) 9877

Q5. If all digit of all numbers are added then which digit’s sum is the smallest?
(a) 9112
(b) 8113
(c) 1083
(d) 9877
(e) Can’t be determine

Directions (6-10): Study the following information and answer the questions.

Eight Persons P, Q, R ,S, T, U, V, W sitting around a Rectangular table, two on each side. Five are facing outside the table and three are facing toward the centre and they all are eating different types of fruits Papaya, Grape, Banana, Apple, Watermelon, Pineapple, Orange and Pears. P is sitting fourth to left who is eating pears only one person is sitting between P and the one who is eating grapes. Q is facing outside while the one who eating Papaya facing towards the centre. Only three person sitting between the one who is eating grapes and U. The one who is eating Pineapple sitting second to right one who is eating Banana, and the one who is eating banana is not neighbour of the one who is eating Pears. The one who is eating watermelon is sitting fifth to the left the one who is eating orange and is not an immediate neighbour of Q. The one who is eating orange is sitting second to the right of the one who is eating pears. S is sitting 2nd to right of the one who is eating Apple. R is sitting to the immediate right of the one who is eating Grapes.T is eating Pineapple and W is second to left of the one who is eating Pears. Q is eating pears.

Q6. Who is sitting 3rd to right of the one who is eating Pears?
(a) V
(b) R
(c) P 
(d) V or R
(e) None of these.

Q7. Who is eating grapes?
(a) W
(b) R
(c) U
(d) Q
(e) T

Q8. Who is sitting between the one who is eating watermelon and the one who is eating orange?
(a) V and P 
(b) R and P 
(c) Banana and Papaya
(d) Pears and Apples
(e) Both (a) and (c)

Q9. Who is three are facing centre?
(a) R, V, P
(b) S, V, R
(c) P, S, U
(d) T, Q, W
(e) None of these

Q.10. Who is eating Papaya?
(a) R
(b) Q
(c) W
(d) P 
(e) None of these

Directions (11-15): Read the information carefully and answer the following questions:

A + B means A is the father of B.
A × B means A is the sister of B
A $ B means A is the wife of B.
A % B means A is the mother of B.
A ÷ B means A is the son of B.

Q11. What should come in place of question mark to establish that J is brother of T in the expression?
J ÷ P % H ? T % L
(a) ×                       
(b) ÷                      
(c) $
(d) Either ÷ or ×                                 
(e) Either + or ÷

Q12. Which of the given expressions indicates that M is daughter of D?
(a) L % R $ D + T × M       
(b) L + R $ D + M × T
(c) L % R % D + T ÷ M
(d) D + L $ R + M × T
(e) L $ D ÷ R % M ÷ T

Q13. Which of the following options is true if the expression I + T % J × L ÷ K is definitely true?
(a) L is daughter of T        
(b) K is son-in-law of I
(c) I is grandmother of L  
(d) T is father of J
(e) J is brother of L

Q14. Which of the following expressions is true if Y is son of X is definitely false?
(a) W % L × T × Y ÷ X        
(b) W + L × T × Y ÷ X
(c) X + L × T × Y ÷ W                         
(d) W $ X + L + Y + T
(e) W % X + T × Y ÷ L

Q15. What should come in place of question mark to establish that T is sister-in-law of Q in the expression.
R % T × P ? Q + V
(a) ÷                       
(b) %                     
(c) ×
(d) $                       
(e) Either $ or ×








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