Reasoning Quiz for IBPS RRB PO and Clerk Mains: 17th September 2018

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Reasoning Quiz for IBPS RRB PO and Clerk Mains: 9th September 2018

Reasoning Questions for IBPS RRB PO and Clerk 2018

Reasoning Ability is an onerous section. With the increasing complexity of questions, it becomes hard for one to give it the cold shoulder. The only way to make the grade in this particular section in the forthcoming banking exams like IBPS RRB PO and Clerk is to practice continuously with all your heart and soul. And, to let you practice with the best of the latest pattern questions, here is the Adda247 Reasoning Quiz based on the exact same pattern of questions that are being asked in the exams.





Directions (1-5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below. 

Certain number of boxes are placed according to either of the given following pattern. Column are numbered from west to east and rows are numbered from top to bottom such that row 1 is at top and column 1 is west to column 2 and so on..
Some boxes may or may not be unnamed. No box is placed above Box A and to the west of box A. Only one box is placed between box I and box G, in same row. Box L is just below box A. Box D is placed east to box K. Only Boxes E, S and T are kept in one of the columns. box I is just above box F. Only boxes B and H are kept in one of the columns. The number of boxes between any two boxes are counted considering either in same row or in same column. Two boxes are kept between box K and box T, which is west to box K and is not above box N. Boxes O and J in same row but not below I. No box is kept to the west of box N, which is in even row. One box is kept between box N and box F and both are same row. Box R is kept in one of the rows above box O. No box is placed west to box P, which is kept in odd row.

Q1. If box M is kept to the west of box I, then which of the boxes is kept just above box M?
box O
box J
box C
box B
either a or b
Solution:
No box is placed above Box A and west of box A. Box L is just below box A. No box is kept to the west of box N, which is in even row. One box is kept between box N and box F and both are same row. Box I is just above box F. Only one box is placed between boxes I and G, in same row.
Only Boxes E, S and T are kept in one of the columns. Two boxes are kept between boxes K and T, which is west to box K and is not above box N. Box D is placed east to box K.
Boxes O and J are kept in same row but not below box I. No box is placed west to box P, which is kept in odd row. So, case2 gets eliminated. Box R is kept in one of the rows above box O. Only boxes B and H are kept in one of the columns. No box is placed west to box P, which is kept in odd row. The final arrangement is:


Q2. Which of the following boxes is placed just above box P?
box O
box J
box C
box B
none of these
Solution:
No box is placed above Box A and west of box A. Box L is just below box A. No box is kept to the west of box N, which is in even row. One box is kept between box N and box F and both are same row. Box I is just above box F. Only one box is placed between boxes I and G, in same row.
Only Boxes E, S and T are kept in one of the columns. Two boxes are kept between boxes K and T, which is west to box K and is not above box N. Box D is placed east to box K.
Boxes O and J are kept in same row but not below box I. No box is placed west to box P, which is kept in odd row. So, case2 gets eliminated. Box R is kept in one of the rows above box O. Only boxes B and H are kept in one of the columns. No box is placed west to box P, which is kept in odd row. The final arrangement is:


Q3. If box B is east to box S and above box K, then how many boxes are kept between boxes S and P, which is just above box N?
Two
One
Three
Four
None of these
Solution:
No box is placed above Box A and west of box A. Box L is just below box A. No box is kept to the west of box N, which is in even row. One box is kept between box N and box F and both are same row. Box I is just above box F. Only one box is placed between boxes I and G, in same row.
Only Boxes E, S and T are kept in one of the columns. Two boxes are kept between boxes K and T, which is west to box K and is not above box N. Box D is placed east to box K.
Boxes O and J are kept in same row but not below box I. No box is placed west to box P, which is kept in odd row. So, case2 gets eliminated. Box R is kept in one of the rows above box O. Only boxes B and H are kept in one of the columns. No box is placed west to box P, which is kept in odd row. The final arrangement is:


Q4. Which of the following combination of boxes are placed in either same column or same row?
E, G, L
F, A, R
R, J, I
G, P, I
none of these
Solution:
No box is placed above Box A and west of box A. Box L is just below box A. No box is kept to the west of box N, which is in even row. One box is kept between box N and box F and both are same row. Box I is just above box F. Only one box is placed between boxes I and G, in same row.
Only Boxes E, S and T are kept in one of the columns. Two boxes are kept between boxes K and T, which is west to box K and is not above box N. Box D is placed east to box K.
Boxes O and J are kept in same row but not below box I. No box is placed west to box P, which is kept in odd row. So, case2 gets eliminated. Box R is kept in one of the rows above box O. Only boxes B and H are kept in one of the columns. No box is placed west to box P, which is kept in odd row. The final arrangement is:


Q5. How many boxes are placed east to box D?
Two
One
Three
Four
none
Solution:
No box is placed above Box A and west of box A. Box L is just below box A. No box is kept to the west of box N, which is in even row. One box is kept between box N and box F and both are same row. Box I is just above box F. Only one box is placed between boxes I and G, in same row.
Only Boxes E, S and T are kept in one of the columns. Two boxes are kept between boxes K and T, which is west to box K and is not above box N. Box D is placed east to box K.
Boxes O and J are kept in same row but not below box I. No box is placed west to box P, which is kept in odd row. So, case2 gets eliminated. Box R is kept in one of the rows above box O. Only boxes B and H are kept in one of the columns. No box is placed west to box P, which is kept in odd row. The final arrangement is:


Q6. Which of the following may be placed in place of “?” so that F < D is true and A> C is false, in the following statement “ A ? B ≥C<D?E=F>J” ?
>,>
<,<
>,=
=,<
none of these

Q7. Which of the following may be placed in place of “?” so that R>O and T≥ Q is true, in the following statement “ M<N≥O=P ≥ Q; R?N; T?P>S ” ?
>,>
<,<
>,=
=,<
none of these


Q8. In a family of 5 members consisting of two generations only, C is son of B, who is not wife of A. E is aunt of D, who is son of A. How is B related to D?
son
son-in-law
father
mother
none of these
Solution:


Directions (9-12): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below. 

Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H have different heights in cm. Only three persons are shorter than D. Either F or E have 2nd highest and lowest height. C is the tallest. H is taller than G. Both H and G are either just taller or just shorter to D. A is taller than B, which is taller than E.

Q9. Who among the following is 4th tallest?
E
F
C
B
none of these
Solution:
C > F > A > H > D > G > B > E

Q10. How many persons are taller than B?
Two
One
Three
Four
None of these
Solution:
C > F > A > H > D > G > B > E

Q11. If A is 154 cm and D is 120 cm, what may be the height of H?
112cm
162 cm
149 cm
119 cm
None of these
Solution:
C > F > A > H > D > G > B > E

Q12. If the difference between the shortest person and the 3rd shortest person is 50cm and the shortest person is 130 cm, then what would be the height of F?
180 cm
80 cm
140 cm
Data inadequate
170 cm
Solution:
C > F > A > H > D > G > B > E

Q13.Statements: 
All Rocks are Paper.
Some Paper are Scissor.
Some Water are Scissor.

Conclusions: 
I. Some Paper are Rocks.
II. All Scissor are Rocks is a possibility.
III. Some Scissor are not paper.
Only I follows
Only II follows
Only I and II follow
Only III follows
None follows
Solution:


Q14.Statements: 
Some Mango are Banana.
Some Banana are Oranges.
All Oranges are Litchi.

Conclusions: 
I. Some Litchi are Mango is a possibility.
II. Some Litchi can be Banana.
III. All Oranges are not Banana.
Only II follow
Only II and III follow
Only I and III follow
Only I and II follow
None of these
Solution:


Q15.Statements: 
All Gun are Riffle.
All Riffle are Shot.
All Bullet are Shot.

Conclusions: 
I. Some Riffles can be Bullet.
II. Some Shot are not Gun.
III. All Gun are Shot.
Only I follows
Only II follows
Only III follows
Only I and III follow
None of these
Solution:


               


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