IBPS Reasoning Quiz for 2019 Exams: 27th March 2019

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 IBPS Reasoning Quiz for 2019 Exams: 27th March 2019

Reasoning Questions for IBPS Exam 2019:

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Q1. Which of the following expression does not lead to, 'P≥Q' and 'M<L' being definitely true?
P≥R≥Q<M≤N<L
P≥R≥Q=M<N<L
P<R≥Q=M≤N≤L
P≥R=Q≤M=N<L
None of these
Q2. In which of the following expressions, 'A>B' as well as 'B≤C' are definitely true?
A>D≥B=E<F≤C
A≥D>B=E≤C<F
A<D>B=E≤F≤C
A≥D≥B=E≤F<C
None of these
Q3. Which of the following expressions is valid if the given expressions 'P<Q' and 'R>S' to definitely follow?
R<Q≥T≥S>P
R>Q≥T≥S>P
R>Q≤T≥S>P
R≥Q≥T≥S>P
R<Q≤T≥S>P
Q4. In which of the following expressions, 'A≤B' as well as 'B<C' are definitely true?
A>D≥B=E<F≤C
A≥D>B=E≤C<F
A<D>B=E≤F≤C
A≥D≥B=E≤F<C
None of these
Q5. Which of the following expression lead to, 'L≥Q' and 'M>L' being definitely true?
P≥R≥Q<M≤N<L
P≥R≥Q=M<N<L
P<R≥Q=M≤N≤L
P≥R=Q≤M=N<L
None of these
Directions (6-10): In these questions relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by conclusions. You have to find out which of the conclusions follow or not from the given statements. 
Q6.Statements: D > A , F = E ≤B, D>B, C<B
Conclusions I. F>D 
II. D≥ F
Only I is true
Only II is true
Either I or II is true
Both I and II are true
Neither I nor II is true
Q7. Statements: A > Z < B ≥ C > X < D 
Conclusions I. X > Z 
II. B > X
Only I is true
Only II is true
Either I or II is true
Both I and II are true
Neither I nor II is true
Q8. Statements: A > B, C ≤B, D > E = B, E < F, G ≤ B 
Conclusions I.A>C 
II. C < D
Only I is true
Only II is true
Either I or II is true
Both I and II are true
Neither I nor II is true
Q9. Statements: X > Y ≥ Z = M > A ≥B 
Conclusions I. B < Y 
II. B ≥ Y
Only I is true
Only II is true
Either I or II is true
Both I and II are true
Neither I nor II is true
Q10. Statements: P < Q > R = Z < S ≤ X < T 
Conclusions I. P < Z 
II. P ≥ R
Only I is true
Only II is true
Either I or II is true
Both I and II are true
Neither I nor II is true
Directions (11-15): In the following questions, the symbols @, ©, %, $ and # are used the following meaning as illustrated below: 
‘A©B’ means ‘A is smaller than B’.

‘A@B’ means ‘A is either smaller than or equal to B’.

‘A%B’ means ‘A is greater than B’.
‘A $ B’ means ‘A is either greater than or equal to B’.
‘A#B’ means ‘A is equal to B’.
Now in each of these questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true? Give answer
Q11. Statements: A # B © T # M % F # G 
Conclusions: I. A © F 
II. B $ G
if only Conclusion I is true.
if only Conclusion II is true.
if either Conclusions I or II is true.
if neither Conclusions I nor II is true.
if both Conclusions I and II are true.
Solution:


Q12. Statements: M # R $ S % T $ K @ L 
Conclusions: I. M % T 
II. L $ S
if only Conclusion I is true.
if only Conclusion II is true.
if either Conclusions I or II is true.
if neither Conclusions I nor II is true.
if both Conclusions I and II are true.
Solution:


Q13. Statements: W © D @ C @ E © H # N 
Conclusions: I. N $ D 
II. W © N
if only Conclusion I is true.
if only Conclusion II is true.
if either Conclusions I or II is true.
if neither Conclusions I nor II is true.
if both Conclusions I and II are true.
Solution:


Q14. Statements: W @ D © E $ R # S © K 
Conclusions: I. R # W 
II. R % W
if only Conclusion I is true.
if only Conclusion II is true.
if either Conclusions I or II is true.
if neither Conclusions I nor II is true.
if both Conclusions I and II are true.
Solution:


Q15. Statements: F $ J # K % U $ V © N 
Conclusions: I. N $ J 
II. N © K
if only Conclusion I is true.
if only Conclusion II is true.
if either Conclusions I or II is true.
if neither Conclusions I nor II is true.
if both Conclusions I and II are true.
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