Reasoning Quiz for IBPS PO Mains: 10th November 2018

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Reasoning Quiz for IBPS PO Mains: 10th November 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 PO Mains 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 following information carefully and answer the questions given below. 
Seven family members namely- A, B, C, D, E, F and G are going to watch nine movies i.e. Madaari, Sultan, Mohenjodaro, Rustom, Fan, Baghi, Airlift, Fitoor and Dishoom within the span of a week. At least one movie should be watched by one of the family member every day and no day should have more than two movies being watched by any family member. The number of movies watched before holiday will be less than the number of movies watched after holiday. A’s son is not going for any movie. Dishoom is accompanied by some other movie but not on Monday. Fitoor and Madaari movies are watched on the same day immediately before holiday. There will be one no movie day during the week. A’s grandson watch movie on Sunday. C is unmarried. The movies begin either from Sunday or Wednesday with Baghi and there is no other movie watched on this same day. No other movie will be watched with Sultan or Mohenjodaro. B is the father of F. G is the cousin of F. D, who is grandmother of E, watch movie immediate before Tuesday. E is the grandson of A, who is brother-in-law of C and B. A has only one son. Sunday will come after no movie day and only one movie will be watched on Saturday. There are two days between the days on which A and B watches the movies. Rustom is not watched with Airlift. Only one movie is watched on Monday. C watches movie on the last day in the sequence. A watches movie before the day on which B watches the movie.

Q1.How is B related to G?
Father
Mother
Uncle
Maternal Uncle
Brother
Solution:

Q2. Mohenjodaro movie will be watched on which of the following day?
Saturday
Tuesday
Sunday
Monday
Either Saturday or Monday
Solution:

Q3. Dishoom will be accompanied with which movie?
Airlift
Cannot be determined
Rustom
None of these
Fan
Solution:

Q4. B’s son watch the movie on which of the following day?
Monday
Saturday
Tuesday
Friday
Thursday
Solution:

Q5. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?
Friday
Monday
Tuesday
Thursday
Wednesday
Solution:

Q6. A school driver drives school bus in north direction for a distance of 2km. Then he turns the bus left side and drives 5km straight. Then he turns bus in left side twice for a distance of 8km and 5km respectively. At last once more he took left turn and go for a distance of 1 km. How far is he from the starting point and in which direction he should drive for reaching starting point?
3km, North direction
7km, West direction
6km, South direction
6km, West direction
5km, North direction
Solution:

Clearly he should drive the bus in north direction for a distance of 5 km.

Q7. A man travels 2 km to the north and turns east and travels 10 km and again he turns north and travels 3 km and again turns to east and travels 2 km. How far is he from the starting point?
10km
13km
15km
17km
none of these
Solution:


Q8. A person starts from a point A and travels 3 km eastwards to B then turns left and travels thrice that distance to reach C. he again turns left and travels five times the distance he covered between A and B and reaches his destination D. The shortest distance between the starting point and the destination is.
12 km
15 km
16 km
18 km
None of these

Directions (9-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow. Vishnu started from point A, walked 4 km towards east to reach point D, then took a right turn, walked 6 km and reached point E. He then took a left turn and walked 2 km to reach point B before taking a left turn again and walking 3 km to reach point C. 

Q9. If from point C Vishnu takes a left turn and walks 10 km to reach F before taking a right turn and walking 3 km to reach at point G, how far and in which direction will point G be from point A?
4 km towards East
4 km towards West
6 km towards East
6 km towards West
Can’t be determined
Solution:

AG = 4km G is 4 km towards west from A.

Q10. If from point G Vishnu takes a right turn and walks 2 km before taking a right turn again and walking 3 km to reach point H, which of the following groups of points represents a straight line?
F, E, C
C, H, F
H, D, E
G, A, C
B, C, E


Directions (11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. 

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input : 22 8 erunets 12 erutely erusker 18 erutify erusque 26 14 erutism 
Step I : erunets 22 12 erutely erusker 18 erutify erusque 26 14 erutism 32
Step II : erusker erunets 22 erutely 18 erutify erusque 26 14 erutism 32 72
Step III: erusque erusker erunets 22 erutely 18 erutify 26 erutism 32 72 98
Step IV: erutely erusque erusker erunets 22 erutify 26 erutism 32 72 98 162
Step V : erutify erutely erusque erusker erunets 26 erutism 32 72 98 162 242
Step VI: erutism erutify erutely erusque erusker erunets 32 72 98 162 242 338
Step VI is the last step of the above arrangement. 
As per the rules followed in the steps given above, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input. 



Input: 8 10 unroffs 2 unroots 12 unrobed unrolls 6 unrobes 

Q11.Which step number would be the following output? unrobed 2 unrobed 12 10 unroffs 8 unroots unrolls
Step IV
Step V
Step VI
Step VII
There will be no such step
Solution:
The machine rearranges one number and one word in each step. Words are arranged in alphabetical order at the left most end whereas numbers are arranged in an order of half of the square of the number starting from the smallest number and are arranged at the right most end.
Input: 8 10 unroffs 2 unroots 12 unrobed unrolls 6 unrobes
Step I : unrobed 8 10 unroffs unroots 12 unrolls 6 unrobes 2
Step II : unrobes unrobed 8 10 unroffs unroots 12 unrolls 2 18
Step III: unroffs unrobes unrobed 10 unroots 12 unrolls 2 18 32
Step IV : unrolls unroffs unrobes unrobed unroots 12 2 18 32 50
Step V : unroots unrolls unroffs unrobes unrobed 2 18 36 50 72

Q12.Which of the following would be fifth to the left of second to the right position from the right end in Step IV for the above input?
4
unrobed
8
10
None of these
Solution:
The machine rearranges one number and one word in each step. Words are arranged in alphabetical order at the left most end whereas numbers are arranged in an order of half of the square of the number starting from the smallest number and are arranged at the right most end.
Input: 8 10 unroffs 2 unroots 12 unrobed unrolls 6 unrobes
Step I : unrobed 8 10 unroffs unroots 12 unrolls 6 unrobes 2
Step II : unrobes unrobed 8 10 unroffs unroots 12 unrolls 2 18
Step III: unroffs unrobes unrobed 10 unroots 12 unrolls 2 18 32
Step IV : unrolls unroffs unrobes unrobed unroots 12 2 18 32 50
Step V : unroots unrolls unroffs unrobes unrobed 2 18 36 50 72

Q13.How many elements (words or numbers) are there between ‘unrolls’ and ‘18’ as they appear in the last step of the output?
One
Three
Four
Five
Seven
Solution:
The machine rearranges one number and one word in each step. Words are arranged in alphabetical order at the left most end whereas numbers are arranged in an order of half of the square of the number starting from the smallest number and are arranged at the right most end.
Input: 8 10 unroffs 2 unroots 12 unrobed unrolls 6 unrobes
Step I : unrobed 8 10 unroffs unroots 12 unrolls 6 unrobes 2
Step II : unrobes unrobed 8 10 unroffs unroots 12 unrolls 2 18
Step III: unroffs unrobes unrobed 10 unroots 12 unrolls 2 18 32
Step IV : unrolls unroffs unrobes unrobed unroots 12 2 18 32 50
Step V : unroots unrolls unroffs unrobes unrobed 2 18 36 50 72

Q14. Which of the following represents the position of ‘18’ in the fourth step?
Eighth from the left
Sixth from the left
Third from the right
Sixth from the right
Both (a) and (c)
Solution:
The machine rearranges one number and one word in each step. Words are arranged in alphabetical order at the left most end whereas numbers are arranged in an order of half of the square of the number starting from the smallest number and are arranged at the right most end.
Input: 8 10 unroffs 2 unroots 12 unrobed unrolls 6 unrobes
Step I : unrobed 8 10 unroffs unroots 12 unrolls 6 unrobes 2
Step II : unrobes unrobed 8 10 unroffs unroots 12 unrolls 2 18
Step III: unroffs unrobes unrobed 10 unroots 12 unrolls 2 18 32
Step IV : unrolls unroffs unrobes unrobed unroots 12 2 18 32 50
Step V : unroots unrolls unroffs unrobes unrobed 2 18 36 50 72

Q15. In the last step of the rearrangement, ‘unroots’ is related to ‘72’ and ‘unrolls’ is related to ‘50’ in a certain way. Which of the following would ‘18’ be related to, following the same pattern?
unrobed
unrobes
unroots
can’t be determined
None of these
Solution:
The machine rearranges one number and one word in each step. Words are arranged in alphabetical order at the left most end whereas numbers are arranged in an order of half of the square of the number starting from the smallest number and are arranged at the right most end.
Input: 8 10 unroffs 2 unroots 12 unrobed unrolls 6 unrobes
Step I : unrobed 8 10 unroffs unroots 12 unrolls 6 unrobes 2
Step II : unrobes unrobed 8 10 unroffs unroots 12 unrolls 2 18
Step III: unroffs unrobes unrobed 10 unroots 12 unrolls 2 18 32
Step IV : unrolls unroffs unrobes unrobed unroots 12 2 18 32 50
Step V : unroots unrolls unroffs unrobes unrobed 2 18 36 50 72

               



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