Coded Syllogism for SBI PO/Clerk Mains:21st July 2018

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Short Puzzles for SBI PO/Clerk Mains: 17th July 2018

Reasoning Questions for SBI PO/Clerk Mains 2018 

Complexity of questions in Reasoning Ability for Banking and Insurance exams is increasing tremendously and one needs to put his nose on the grindstone while preparing for this section. Cracking questions of the Mains level will not be an easy task if one do not get into a habit of continuous practice of latest pattern based questions. And, to let you practice with the best of the latest pattern questions, here is the Adda247 Reasoning Quiz based on the latest pattern for SBI PO and Clerk Mains Exam. Not only this, these quizzes will also prove propitious for the upcoming Bank of Baroda Exam. Now, pull up your socks, it’s time to practice till perfection.

Direction (1-5): In the following questions, the symbols *, %, > and < are used with the following meanings as illustrated below. Study the following information and answer the given questions. In each of the questions given below statements are followed by some conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically does not follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

A*B – All A is B.
A%B – Some A is B.
A<B – No A is B.
A>B – Some A is not B.
?      - possibility case 

Note: if ? is placed after any of the symbols mentioned above then it will be considered as possibility case of the symbol. E.g. A%?B means some A being B is a possibility. 

Q1. Statements: cold * water% ice > cube
Conclusions: 
(a) water % cold
(b) ice % water
(c) cold <? Cube
(d) cube > water
(e) cube >? Ice

Q2. Statements: sea>waves*tide % moon
Conclusions: 
(a) moon % tide
(b) tide >? wave
(c) tide % wave
(d) wave <? moon
(e) sea < wave

Q3. Statements: lashes % eyes < spects* lens
Conclusions: 
(a) lens > eyes
(b) spects < eyes
(c) eyes % lashes
(d) lashes > spects
(e) lashes % spects

Q4. Statements: sea>waves*tide % moon
Conclusions:
(a) wave % tide
(b) sea >? wave
(c) moon %? wave
(d) wave *? sea
(e) wave *? moon

Q5. Statements: lashes % eyes < spects* lens
Conclusions: 
(a) lens > eyes
(b) lens * spects
(c) lens *? spects
(d) spects > eyes
(e) eyes *? lashes

Direction (6-10): In the following questions, the symbols #, @, $ and © are used with the following meanings as illustrated below. Study the following information and answer the given questions. In each of the questions given below statements are followed by some conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from 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.

P#Q – All P is Q.
P@Q - Some P is Q.
P©Q – No P is Q.
P$Q – Some P is not Q.

Q6. Statements: A # B © C @ D
Conclusions: 
(a) D @ B
(b) A $ B
(c) D @ C
(d) D © B
(e) None of these

Q7. Statements: A @ B @ C @ D
Conclusions:
(a) D @ A
(b) B @ D
(c) C @ B
(d) A © C
(e) None of these

Q8. Statements: A # B © C @ D
Conclusions: 
(a) D $ C
(b) D $ B
(c) A $ B
(d) B © A
(e) None of these

Q9. Statements: A @ B @ C @ D
Conclusions: 
(a) C © A
(b) D @ C
(c) C © B
(d) A © D
(e) None of these

Q10. Statements: A $ C # B, C @ D
Conclusions: 
(a) C © A
(b) D © C
(c) B © A
(d) D @ C
(e) None of these

Direction (11-15): In the following questions, the symbols *, %, > and < are used with the following meanings as illustrated below. Study the following information and answer the given questions. In each of the questions given below statements are followed by some conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically does not follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

A*B – All A is B.
A%B - Some A is B.
A<B – No A is B.
A>B – Some A is not B.
?      - possibility case

Note: if ? is placed after any of the symbols mentioned above then it will be considered as possibility case of the symbol. E.g. A%?B means some A being B is a possibility. 

Q11. Statements: M * N % O > P % Q
Conclusions: 
(a) O %? P
(b) P > O
(c) N % M
(d) O % N
(e) Q % P

Q12. Statements: M < N *P % Q
Conclusions: 
(a) Q % P
(b) P % N
(c) P > M
(d) N < M
(e) Q % M

Q13. Statements: M < N *P % Q < S
Conclusions: 
(a) S < Q
(b) P > M
(c) Q > M
(d)  M *? P
(e) P % N

Q14. Statements: M * N % O > P % Q * Z
Conclusions: 
(a) P * O
(b) N % M
(c) Z % P
(d) Z % Q
(e) O % N

Q15. Statements: S % T < U * V
Conclusions: 
(a) T > U
(b) S > U
(c) T * V
(d) T % S
(e) V % U