Thursday, 15 June 2017

Twisted One Reasoning Questions for RBI Grade-B Phase-1 Exam

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Reasoning is a game of wits and presence of mind! Yes, it is true and it might seem as the greatest of the challenge after English Section’s surprises but yet this one can easily be dealt with. You just need correct practice and hardwire your brain to quickly make decisions of what to attempt and what to leave. Practice with these twisted one reasoning question for RBI Grade-B Phase-1 Exam.

Directions (1–5): Study the following informa¬tion carefully and answer the questions which follow.
Eight delegates from different countries, Brunie, Cambodia,Malaysia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines and India are participating in the ASEAN summit in laos. They are A, B, C, D , E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing to the centre but not necessary in the same order. They all are the ministers belonging to different departments Defense, Tourism, Nuclear energy, External affairs, Home affairs , Railway, Finance and Human resource development.
F is seated second to the right of H and they both do not belong to Finance department. G does not work in tourism or railway department but sits 3rd to the left of the person who belong to Finance department. C sits immediate left to the person who belongs to Tourism department and sits opposite to one who is immediate right of H. A is on the 3rd to the left of D and opposite to one who belongs to Finance department. The person who belongs to Home affairs department is not near to the person who belongs to Tourism and Finance department. F is near to E. The person belongs to Home affairs department is 3rd to the left of the person who belongs to external affairs department. A and H don't belong to Human resource department and Railways department. B is not near to the person who belong to Nuclear energy department . D is seated opposite to one who belongs to Home affairs department.

1.Who belongs to the Defense department?
(a) F 
(b) G
(c) H 
(d) C
(e) None of these

2.What is the position of the person who belongs to External affairs department with respect to the person who belongs to Human resource development department?
(a) Second to the left 
(b) Immediate left
(c) Second to the right 
(d) Third to the right 
(e) Immediate right

3.The person who belongs to Finance department sits opposite to one who belongs to ______________________ Department.
(a) Human resource 
(b) Nuclear energy
(c)Railways 
(d) Home affairs 
(e) External affairs

4.Which of the following statement is true?
(a) E is seated opposite to C and belongs to Home affairs department.
(b) F is seated opposite to D and belongs to railway department.
(c) A is seated opposite to E and belongs to Nuclear energy department.
(d) D belongs to Tourism department and seated opposite to the person who belongs to Home affairs department.
(e) None of the above is true.

5.'H' is related to 'Nuclear energy' in the same way as 'C' is related to 'Defense' based on the given arrangement. Who among the following is ‘F’ related to, following the same pattern?
(a)External affairs 
(b) Human resource development 
(c)Railways 
(d) Finance 
(e) Home affairs 

Directions (6-10): Each of the questions below, consist a question and three statements numbered I, II and III. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read the three statements and Give answer
(a) If the data in statement I and II together are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement III are not required to answer the question.
(b) If the data in statement I and III together are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II are not required to answer the question.
(c) If the data in statement II and III are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I are not required to answer the question.
(d) If the data in all three statements I, II and III together are necessary to answer the question.
(e) If the data in all the statements, I, II and III even together are not sufficient to answer the question.

Q6. Eight students A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing to the centre of the table. How many students are sitting between C and F?
Statements: 
I. A is seated second to the right of H, who is seated third to the right of D. G is seated immediate left of F.
II. C is seated third to the right of A and is not near to E. F is seated second to the right B.
III. D is seated second to the left of E and is third to right of G. C is an immediate neighbor of H.

Q7.A is in which direction with respect to B?
Statements: 
I. D is to the North of C who is to the West of B.
II. A is to the East of D.
III. A is to the North-East of C.

Q8. Among eight friends A, B, C, D, P, Q, R and S, who is sitting between B and R? (it is given that all the friends are sitting around circular table facing out-side the center of the table).
Statements:
 I. P is seated immediate right of D and third to the right of R, who is near to C.
II. S is seated third to the left of D, who is not near to A.
III. Q is seated third to the left of A, who is second to the right of B, who is not near to C.

Q9. Point X is in which direction with respect to J ?
Statements:
 I. Point S is to the west of point T, which is in south of point J. Point X is to the north of point S.
II. Point J is to the east of point V, which is the south of point T. Point X is to the south of point W.
III. Point T is to the west of point Y, which is to the north of point W.

Q10. Who earns highest salary among six members in a family? (six members A, B, C, D, E and F are earning different salaries)
Statements: 
I. A earns more than only C and D. F earns more than B.
II. B earns less than E while D earns more than A and F.
III. C earns more than E but less than D. F earns more than two persons.

Directions (11-15): In the questions below are given some conclusions followed by five set of statements. You have to choose the correct set of statements that logically satisfies given conclusions either definitely or possibly. Assume the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.

Q11. Conclusions: 
Some light is not pink. No air is pink.
Statements:
(a) Some light is red. All red is green. No green is pink. Some pink is blue. All blue is air.
(b) Some light is green. No green is red. Some red is blue. All blue is air. No pink is air.
(c) Some light is pink. All pink is red. No red is green. All blue is green. No green is air.
(d) Some light is air. All air is red. No red is pink. Some pink is green. All green is blue.
(e) None of these

Q12. Conclusions: 
Some note is not book. No cover is pen.
Statements:
(a) Some pen is cover. All cover is ink. No ink is mobile. Some mobile is note. All note is book.
(b) Some pen is note. All note is cover. Some cover is ink. All ink is mobile. No mobile is book.
(c) All note is mobile. Some note is cover. All cover is ink. No ink is book. All pen is book.
(d) Some book is pen. All pen is mobile. No mobile is ink. Some ink is cover. All cover is note.
(e) None of these

Q13. Conclusions:
 Some air is not tree. No tree is green.
Statements:
(a) Some star is light. All light is air. No air is moon. Some moon is green. No green is tree.
(b) Some star is green. No green is air. Some air is moon. All moon is light. No light is tree.
(c) Some star is moon. No moon is air. Some air is light. All light is green. No green is tree.
(d) Some star is tree. All tree is air. No air is moon. Some moon is green. No green is light.
(e) None of these

Q14. Conclusions: 
Some 20 is 60. Some 40 is 20.
Statements:
(a) All 10 is 60. Some 60 is 50. All 50 is 20. Some 20 is 30. All 30 is 40.
(b) Some 10 is 60. All 60 is 50. Some 50 is 20. All 20 is 30. Some 30 is 40.
(c) Some 10 is 40. All 40 is 20. Some 20 is 30. All 30 is 50. Some 50 is 60.
(d) Some 10 is 60. All 60 is 50. Some 50 is 40. All 40 is 20. Some 20 is 30.
(e) None of these

Q15. Conclusions:
 Some lion is mat. Some tiger is cat.
Statements:
(a) Some cat is lion. All lion is tiger. No tiger is mat. Some mat is dog. All dog is bat.
(b) Some cat is bat. All bat is dog. No dog is mat. Some mat is tiger. All tiger is lion.
(c) Some cat is lion. All lion is bat. No bat is mat. Some mat is dog. All dog is tiger.
(d) Some cat is mat. All mat is bat. No bat is lion. Some lion is dog. All dog is tiger.
(e) None of these


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