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### Reasoning Questions for NIACL AO PHASE II Exam 2019:

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 NIACL AO PHASE II 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 :(1-3) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow–

‘P – Q’ means ‘P is father of Q’
‘P ÷ Q’ means ‘P is sister of Q’
‘P × Q’ means ‘P is mother of Q’
‘P + Q’ means ‘P is brother of Q’

Q1. Which of the following means ‘A is nephew of B’?

A + C – B × K
B ÷ H – A + D
B ÷ G – A ÷ R
B + T × A ÷ E
None of these
Solution:

Q2. Which of the following means ‘P is grandfather of J’?
J ÷ W – U – P
P × G + J ÷ A
P – B ÷ J ÷ R
P – T – J ÷ S
None of these
Solution:

Q3. How is R related to B in the expression ‘B ÷ C – S + R’?
aunt
niece
nephew
None of these
Cannot be determined
Solution:

Directions (4-5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.

P is father of M who is brother in law of K. N is daughter in law of Z who is grandmother of L. P has only two children one son and one daughter. X is sister in law of N. P is father in law of N. K is unmarried.

Q4. If K is wife of J then what could be the relation of J with respect to N?

Brother
Brother in law
Uncle
Cannot be determined
None of these.
Solution:

Q5. What is relation of L with respect to X?
Nephew
Niece
Son
Daughter
Cannot be determined
Solution:

Directions (6-10): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below. In each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

Q6. Statements: U ≥ N, N < W, W ≤ R, R = D

Conclusions:
I. U ≥ W
II. D ≥ W
III. N < R
IV. U < D
Only I is true
Only II and III are true
Only I and III are true
None is true
None of these
Solution:
Statements: U ≥ N < W ≤ R = D
Conclusions:
I. U≥ W(FALSE)
II. D≥ W(TRUE)
III. N< R(TRUE)
IV. U< D(FALSE)

Q7. Statements: B = H, E < H, E ≤L, L < P
Conclusions:
I. B < P
II. P > E
III. H > L
IV. E = B
Only I is true
Only II is true.
Only III and IV are true.
All are true.
None of these
Solution:
Statements: B = H > E ≤ L < P
Conclusions:
I. B< P(FALSE)
II. P>E(TRUE)
III. H>L(FALSE)
IV. E=B(FALSE)

Q8. Statements: M < T, T ≥ J, J > K, K = Q
Conclusions:
I. T > Q
II. J > Q
III. T ≥ K
IV. M < Q
Only I and II are true
Only III are IV are true
Only II and III are true
Only I is true.
All are true.
Solution:
Statements: M < T ≥ J > K = Q
Conclusions:
I. T>Q(TRUE)
II. J>Q(TRUE)
III. T≥ K(FALSE)
IV. M< Q(FALSE)

Q9. Statements: R < D, D ≥ L, L ≤M, M < P
Conclusions:
I. M > R
II. D ≥ P
III. L < P
IV. D = M
Only I is true
Only II and IV are true.
Only III is true
None is true.
All are true
Solution:
Statements: R < D ≥ L ≤ M < P
Conclusions:
I. M>R(FALSE)
II. D≥ P(FALSE)
III. L< P(TRUE)
IV. D=M(FALSE)

Q10. Statements: W ≤F, F > M, M < D, D ≤T
Conclusions:
I. F > D
II. T > W
III. M < W
IV. T > M
Only I, II and III are true
Only II and III are true.
Only II is true.
Only IV is true.
All are true.
Solution:
Statements: W ≤ F > M < D ≤T
Conclusions:
I. F>D(FALSE)
II. T>W (FALSE)
III. M< W(FALSE)
IV. T>M(TRUE

Directions (11-15): On the basis of the information given below, answer the following questions.

Six persons are sitting around a circular table. They belong to six different countries i.e. India, China, Germany, France, Russia and Japan but not necessarily in the same order. Also each person likes different subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Medicine, Peace and Literature but not necessarily in the same order. The persons who like Medicine, Economics and Peace are neither from Japan nor from India. The persons who belong to France and China likes neither Medicine nor Literature. A is neither from Japan nor sits on the immediate left of the person who likes Chemistry. The only person, who is between E and F, likes Physics. The one who likes Medicine is sitting opposite the person, who belongs to Russia. While the person, who belongs to China sits on the immediate left of the person, who likes peace. The person who is on the left side of the person from Japan does not like Literature. D likes Chemistry and belongs to China and he is facing the person who likes Physics. The one who likes Literature sits on the immediate right of the person, who belongs to Japan but on the immediate left of the person who likes Economics. C does not like Economics and F does not like Medicine. B is one of the person.

Q11. Who likes Chemistry?

The person who is sitting to the immediate left of B
The person who is sitting to the immediate right of A
The person who is sitting opposite to the person, who likes Physics.
The person, who belongs to Japan.
Both (c) and (d)
Solution:

Q12. The person who sits between E and D is(to the left of E)?
Second to the left of the person, who belongs to India.
Second to the right of the person, who belongs to Japan.
Fourth to the left of the person, who belongs to Russia.
Second to the right of the person, who likes literature.
None of these
Solution:

Q13. Who is sitting on the immediate right of the one, who likes Literature?
D
E
B
F
None of these
Solution:

Q14. The one who like Medicine sits?
On the immediate left of the person, who belongs to France.
On the immediate right of the person, who belongs to Japan.
On the opposite of the person, who likes Economics.
On the opposite of the person, who belongs to Russia.
Both (c) and (d)
Solution:

Q15. Who is sitting on third to the left of second to the right of the person, who belongs to France?
B
A
C
E
None of these
Solution:

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