SBI PO 2019 Reasoning Quiz: 25th May

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SBI PO 2019 Reasoning Quiz: 25th May


Reasoning Questions for SBI PO Prelims 2019

The SBI PO Prelims Exam is scheduled to be held in a few days and to ace your preparations Bankersadda is launching a crash course of 18 days to help you excel the exam. Here is a quiz on Reasoning Ability being provided by Adda247 for free to let you practice the best of latest pattern Reasoning Questions for SBI PO PRE Examination 2019-20. Video Solutions will also be provided for the same for free.


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

Eight persons S, O, E, K, W, B, L and D are sitting around a circular table. These people belong to a nomadic tribe and worship Sun and Earth. Four of them are sun worshippers and whole others are earth worshipers. 

W, who is a sun worshipper, is sitting second to right of L, who is an earth worshiper. E faces K, who is second to left of O, who is an earth worshiper. K, who is an earth worshiper, is sitting adjacent to D, who is a sun worshiper. B is an earth worshiper and is not sitting exactly between L and W. O is sitting to the immediate left of L. D is sitting immediate right of S. 

Q1. Which of the given statement is wrong?
B is sitting to the immediate right of K
W is sitting to the immediate left of S
O is sitting between B and L
E is sitting second to left of D
L is sitting second to right of B
Solution:
Step1.
As per data given in the question, 
W, a sun worshipper is sitting second to right of L, who is an earth worshiper. E faces K, who is second to left of O, who is an earth worshiper. K, who is an earth worshiper, is sitting adjacent to D, who is a sun worshiper. B is an earth worshiper and is not sitting exactly between L and W. O is immediate left of L. Since four earth worshippers are already identified, it means E is a sun worshipper. 
We get two possibilities.
Step2. 
As it is also given in the statement that D is sitting to the immediate right of S, it means Case1 will be eliminated and in case2; D is sitting to the immediate left of K. So, we get our final solution as,

Q2. Who sits second to the left of S?
O
L
E
K
B
Solution:
Step1.
As per data given in the question, 
W, a sun worshipper is sitting second to right of L, who is an earth worshiper. E faces K, who is second to left of O, who is an earth worshiper. K, who is an earth worshiper, is sitting adjacent to D, who is a sun worshiper. B is an earth worshiper and is not sitting exactly between L and W. O is immediate left of L. Since four earth worshippers are already identified, it means E is a sun worshipper. 
We get two possibilities.
Step2. 
As it is also given in the statement that D is sitting to the immediate right of S, it means Case1 will be eliminated and in case2; D is sitting to the immediate left of K. So, we get our final solution as,

Q3. How many persons are sitting between S and O when we count in anticlockwise direction from O?
2
3
4
None of these
5
Solution:
Step1.
As per data given in the question, 
W, a sun worshipper is sitting second to right of L, who is an earth worshiper. E faces K, who is second to left of O, who is an earth worshiper. K, who is an earth worshiper, is sitting adjacent to D, who is a sun worshiper. B is an earth worshiper and is not sitting exactly between L and W. O is immediate left of L. Since four earth worshippers are already identified, it means E is a sun worshipper. 
We get two possibilities.
Step2. 
As it is also given in the statement that D is sitting to the immediate right of S, it means Case1 will be eliminated and in case2; D is sitting to the immediate left of K. So, we get our final solution as,

Q4. How many sun worshipers are sitting between D and L when counted in anticlockwise direction from D?
2
3
5
None
None of these
Solution:
Step1.
As per data given in the question, 
W, a sun worshipper is sitting second to right of L, who is an earth worshiper. E faces K, who is second to left of O, who is an earth worshiper. K, who is an earth worshiper, is sitting adjacent to D, who is a sun worshiper. B is an earth worshiper and is not sitting exactly between L and W. O is immediate left of L. Since four earth worshippers are already identified, it means E is a sun worshipper. 
We get two possibilities.
Step2. 
As it is also given in the statement that D is sitting to the immediate right of S, it means Case1 will be eliminated and in case2; D is sitting to the immediate left of K. So, we get our final solution as,

Q5. Find the odd one out of the following groups
B, K, O
E, L, W
W, E, S
D, W, B
D, K, B
Solution:
Step1.
As per data given in the question, 
W, a sun worshipper is sitting second to right of L, who is an earth worshiper. E faces K, who is second to left of O, who is an earth worshiper. K, who is an earth worshiper, is sitting adjacent to D, who is a sun worshiper. B is an earth worshiper and is not sitting exactly between L and W. O is immediate left of L. Since four earth worshippers are already identified, it means E is a sun worshipper. 
We get two possibilities.
Step2. 
As it is also given in the statement that D is sitting to the immediate right of S, it means Case1 will be eliminated and in case2; D is sitting to the immediate left of K. So, we get our final solution as,

Directions (6-10): In the following questions given below, certain symbols are used with the following meanings: 

P + Q means P is neither equal to nor smaller than Q 
P X Q means P is not smaller than Q 
P – Q means P is neither greater nor smaller than Q 
P ÷ Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q 
P $ Q means P is not greater than Q 
Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statement to be true, find which of the two conclusions I & II given below them is/are definitely true. Give answer 

Q6. Statement: L – O, G $ O, E X L, G + Y 
Conclusions: I. E $ G II. E – G
If Only Conclusions I follows
If Only Conclusions II follows
If either Conclusions I or II follows
If neither Conclusions I nor II follows
If both Conclusions I & II follows
Solution:

Q7. Statements: T ÷ I, P + A, I $ A, B – T 
 Conclusions: I. B ÷ P, II. A + B
If Only Conclusions I follows
If Only Conclusions II follows
If either Conclusions I or II follows
If neither Conclusions I nor II follows
If both Conclusions I & II follows
Solution:

Q8. Statements: L ÷ O, O $ P, P – A, A x B 
Conclusions: I. B+L II. L×B
If Only Conclusions I follows
If Only Conclusions II follows
If either Conclusions I or II follows
If neither Conclusions I nor II follows
If both Conclusions I & II follows
Solution:

Q9. Statements: H + S, F X E, S ÷ E, S – X, 
 Conclusions: I. F + H II. F $ H
If Only Conclusions I follows
If Only Conclusions II follows
If either Conclusions I or II follows
If neither Conclusions I nor II follows
If both Conclusions I & II follows
Solution:

Q10. Statements: C – F, A $ P, A + C, F x S 
Conclusions: I. P x S II. P $ S
If Only Conclusions I follows
If Only Conclusions II follows
If either Conclusions I or II follows
If neither Conclusions I nor II follows
If both Conclusions I & II follows
Solution:

Directions (11-13): 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. 

Q11. 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:

Q12. What is relation of L with respect to X?
Nephew
Niece
Son
Daughter
Cannot be determined
Solution:

Q13. How is P related to L?
Father
Mother
Grand father
Cannot be determined
None of these.
Solution:

Q14. If it is possible to make only one meaningful English word from the 1st, 6th, 8th and the 10th letters of the word ‘INFORMATION’, using each letter only once, second letter of that word is your answer. If more than one such word can be formed, your answer is X. If no such word can be formed, your answer is Y.
T
M
O
X
Y
Solution:
OMIT

Q15.How many pairs of letters are there in the word ‘SCHEDULE’, each of which have as many letters between then in the word as they have between then in the English alphabet?
Three
One
None
Two
More than three
Solution:

               






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