SBI PO 2019 Reasoning Quiz: 12th March

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Reasoning Questions for SBI PO prelims 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. 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 (1-2): Study the following information to answer the given questions: 
Given 
A*B means B is 1m east to A
A@B means B is 1m west to A
A#B means B is 1m south to A
A%B means B is 1m north to A
A!B means B is 2m east to A

Q1. If R @ P # Q ! S * T, holds true, then in which direction is T with respect to P?

south-east
south-west
north-east
north-west
none of these
Solution:


Q2. If D ! O # R @ E % M ! N holds true, then in which direction is point M with respect to D?
south
west
north
east
none of these
Solution:


Directions (3-4): 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: 
Note: The directions which are given indicates exact directions.
P#Q - Q is in the south direction of P.
P@Q - Q is in the north direction of P
P&Q - Q is in the east direction of P.
P$Q - Q is in the west direction of P.
P#&Q - Q or P is in the southeast direction of P or Q.
P@&Q - P or Q is in the northeast direction of Q or P.

Q3. If A#B$C@&D@E are related to each other such that F is in west of E and also the midpoint of A and B. What is the shortest distance between C and E? 

Note: BC=EF=4m, 4DE=AB=12m
5m
√52 m
√160 m
10m
Cannot be determined
Solution:


Q4. If A#B$C@&D@E$F@&G are related to each other such that F and G are the midpoint of line AB and BC respectively. Then what is the relation between G and D? 
Note: 4DE=AB=12m
D#G
D#&G
G@&D
G&D
Cannot be determined
Solution:


Directions (5-9): Study the following information and answer the questions given below: 

There are AB axis in such a way that A is in north and B is in south direction. There is XY axis in such a way that X is in west direction and Y is in east direction. AB axis and XY axis intersect at a point Q in such a way that AQ is 15m, QB is 17m, QX is 14m, QY is 28 m.

Mehul starts walking from point M, which is 4m north of point X and walks for 7m in the east direction and takes a right turn and walks for 2m to reach point N from there takes a left turn and walks for 4m and takes a left and walks for 2m to reach point P. Mohit starts walking from point K, which is 6m east of point A and walks for 6m in east direction and takes a right turn and walks for 11m to reach point L and finally takes a right turn and walks for 3m to reach point I. Rahul starts from point B in the west direction and walks for 3m and takes a right turn and walks for 4m to reach point D and again takes a right turn and walks for 15m to reach point E and finally takes a left turn and walks for 8m to reach point G.

Q5. Point P is how far and in which direction with respect to Mohit’s final position?

12m, south
12m, east
13m, west
13m, north
12m, west
Solution:


Q6. What is the shortest distance between Mehul’s final position and point Q?
5m
6m
4m
7m
None of these
Solution:

Q7. Point P is in which direction with respect to Rahul’s final position?
north
east
north-east
north-west
south
Solution:

Q8. What is the distance between Rahul’s final position and point L?
7m
8m
9m
10m
11m
Solution:

Q9. What is the shortest distance between Rahul’s final position and point Q?
14m
11m
13m
15m
None of these
Solution:

Directions (10-14): 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: 
Note: The directions which are given indicates exact directions.
P#Q - P is in the south direction of Q.
P@Q - P is in the north direction of Q.
P&Q - P is in the east direction of Q.
P$Q - P is in the west direction of Q.
P£QS - P is the mid-point of QS.
Note- For southeast direction it used to be written as P#&Q and so on…
When it is given that the Car honks once then it will be considered as the car taken a left turn and if it is given as the car honks twice then it will be considered as the car takes a right turn.

Point G is #5m of point B. Point T is &20m of point G. Point T is @14m of point V. Point C is $20m of point V. Point Q is @7m of point C. Point F is &10m of point Q. Point U£GT.

Q10. What distance the car has to travel from point F to reach the airplane which is parked at point U?

12m
7m
4m
20m
5m
Solution:


Q11. What could be the possible shortest route to reach point T from point F?
Started in east till 10m, honks twice, cover 7m
Started in west till 10m, honks twice, cover 7m, honks twice and cover 20m
Started in south till 7m, honks once, cover 10m, honks once and cover 14m
Started in north till 5m, honks twice, cover 10m, honks twice and cover 2m
Started in east till 10m, honks once, cover 7m
Solution:

Q12. Point B is in which direction from point V?
#
@$
#$
@&
#&
Solution:

Q13. If Point K is #7m of point T then which of the following is the position of K with respect to F?
@, 24m
&, 10 m
#, 15 m
$, 10m
None of these
Solution:

Q14. Point C is in which direction from point G?
#
@
$
&
#&
Solution:

Q15. Chhavi started from point A. After walking for some time, she turned to her left and continued walking, then after some time turned to her right. Now walking for some distance, she turned to her left and after this she turned to her right. Now final after turning to her right again she stopped. If now she is walking in west direction, in which direction did she started her journey from point A?
South
East
North
West
Cannot be determined
Solution:

               





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