# IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Mains Reasoning Quiz: 24th August 2019

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### IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Reasoning Quiz

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

Seven boxes are arranged in a stack A, B, C, D, E, F and G are placed one above another (but not necessarily in the same order) are containing seven different items i.e. gems, biscuits, chips, chocolates, candy, toffees and fruity. Four boxes are between box A and the one which contains toffees. Box B contains chips. Only one box is between F and A. Only three boxes are between A and B. F is placed in the middle of the stack. Same number of boxes are placed between F and G and F and the box which contains toffees.
G does not place below the box which contains Chips.  Only one box is between the box which contains chocolates and box D. The box that contains gems is above the box that contains chocolates but not place immediately above the box that contains chocolates. Only one box is between the box which contains gems and box C. E contains toffees. F does not contain candy and fruity.  D does not contain fruity. Box C is not placed below D.
Q1. How many boxes is/are there below G?
(a) One
(b) Two
(c) Three
(d) Four
(e) More than four
S1. Ans (e);
Sol.
(i). From the condition, four boxes are between the box A and the one which contains toffees. Box B contains chips. Only one box is between F and A. Only three boxes are between A and B. F is placed in the middle of the stack. Same number of boxes are placed between F and G and F and the box which contains toffees. E contains toffees. From this we get two possible cases:

(ii). From the condition, G does not place below the box which contains Chips, from this case 2 gets eliminated as G does not below the box that contains chips. Only one box is between the box which contains chocolates and box D. the box that contains gems is above the box that contains chocolates but not place immediately above the box that contains chocolates. Box C is not placed below D. Only one box is between the box which contains gems and box C. from this we find that G contains Gems and C contains Chocolates. F does not contain candy and fruity.  D does not contain fruity, from this statement we get to know that A contains fruity and D contains Candy and F contains biscuits and we get the final solution:

Q2. ‘box C’ contains which of the following item?
(a) Biscuit
(b) Chocolates
(c) Candy
(d) Fruity
(e) None of these
S2. Ans (b);
Sol.
(i). From the condition, four boxes are between the box A and the one which contains toffees. Box B contains chips. Only one box is between F and A. Only three boxes are between A and B. F is placed in the middle of the stack. Same number of boxes are placed between F and G and F and the box which contains toffees. E contains toffees. From this we get two possible cases:
(ii). From the condition, G does not place below the box which contains Chips, from this case 2 gets eliminated as G does not below the box that contains chips. Only one box is between the box which contains chocolates and box D. the box that contains gems is above the box that contains chocolates but not place immediately above the box that contains chocolates. Box C is not placed below D. Only one box is between the box which contains gems and box C. from this we find that G contains Gems and C contains Chocolates. F does not contain candy and fruity.  D does not contain fruity, from this statement we get to know that A contains fruity and D contains Candy and F contains biscuits and we get the final solution:
Q3. Find the pair of item and boxes which is correct?
(a) D- Chocolates
(b) C- Fruity
(c) B-Biscuit
(d) A- Candy
(e) None of the above is true.
S3. Ans (e);
Sol.
(i). From the condition, four boxes are between the box A and the one which contains toffees. Box B contains chips. Only one box is between F and A. Only three boxes are between A and B. F is placed in the middle of the stack. Same number of boxes are placed between F and G and F and the box which contains toffees. E contains toffees. From this we get two possible cases:
(ii). From the condition, G does not place below the box which contains Chips, from this case 2 gets eliminated as G does not below the box that contains chips. Only one box is between the box which contains chocolates and box D. the box that contains gems is above the box that contains chocolates but not place immediately above the box that contains chocolates. Box C is not placed below D. Only one box is between the box which contains gems and box C. from this we find that G contains Gems and C contains Chocolates. F does not contain candy and fruity.  D does not contain fruity, from this statement we get to know that A contains fruity and D contains Candy and F contains biscuits and we get the final solution:
Q4. Which of the following box is immediate below the box that contains biscuit?
(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) D
(e) None of these
S4. Ans (d);
Sol.
(i). From the condition, four boxes are between the box A and the one which contains toffees. Box B contains chips. Only one box is between F and A. Only three boxes are between A and B. F is placed in the middle of the stack. Same number of boxes are placed between F and G and F and the box which contains toffees. E contains toffees. From this we get two possible cases:
(ii). From the condition, G does not place below the box which contains Chips, from this case 2 gets eliminated as G does not below the box that contains chips. Only one box is between the box which contains chocolates and box D. the box that contains gems is above the box that contains chocolates but not place immediately above the box that contains chocolates. Box C is not placed below D. Only one box is between the box which contains gems and box C. from this we find that G contains Gems and C contains Chocolates. F does not contain candy and fruity.  D does not contain fruity, from this statement we get to know that A contains fruity and D contains Candy and F contains biscuits and we get the final solution:
Q5. Which of the following item belongs to the box which is immediately above G?
(a) Biscuit
(b) Chocolates
(c) Candy
(d) Fruity
(e) none
S5. Ans (e);
Sol.
(i). From the condition, four boxes are between the box A and the one which contains toffees. Box B contains chips. Only one box is between F and A. Only three boxes are between A and B. F is placed in the middle of the stack. Same number of boxes are placed between F and G and F and the box which contains toffees. E contains toffees. From this we get two possible case
(ii). From the condition, G does not place below the box which contains Chips, from this case 2 gets eliminated as G does not below the box that contains chips. Only one box is between the box which contains chocolates and box D. the box that contains gems is above the box that contains chocolates but not place immediately above the box that contains chocolates. Box C is not placed below D. Only one box is between the box which contains gems and box C. from this we find that G contains Gems and C contains Chocolates. F does not contain candy and fruity.  D does not contain fruity, from this statement we get to know that A contains fruity and D contains Candy and F contains biscuits and we get the final solution:
Direction (6-10): dy the following information and answer the given questions:
In alphabetical series A-Z each letter except vowels is assigned a different number from 1-8 (for ex- B is coded as 1, C-2………..K-8)and again those numbers get repeated(for ex- L-1, M-2……..so on).
Also each vowel is assigned a different symbol viz. #, \$, %, @, &.
For example-
In coded language-
“he is boy” is coded as – ** #7 4@1
“What do you mean” is coded as – 86\$2  **   *@*   3%\$2
“It is simple” is coded as – #8  #7  *#241*
(i) If both first and last letter of a word is consonant then the codes of both the consonants are interchanged.
(ii) If first letter of a word is consonant and last letter is vowel then both are to be coded as *.
(If the word does not satisfy the conditions given above then the letters of that word are to be coded as per the directions given above)
Q6. What can be the code of ‘ERROR FREE?
(a) %66@6    *6%*
(b) 666@%    *6%*
(c) %66@6    *%6*
(d) %66@*    *6%*
(e)None of these
S6. Ans (a)
Sol.
In this new pattern coding decoding each letter, except vowel, is assigned a number from 1-8 So, B-1, C-2, D-3, F-4, G-5, H-6, J-7, K-8, L-1, M-2, N-3, P-4, Q-5, R-6, S-7, T-8, V-1, W-2, X-3, Y-4, Z-5.
Each vowel is assigned a different symbol as-%, #, \$, @, &. So, for vowels the symbols are – A-\$, E-%, I-#, O- @, U-&.
Q7. What can be the code of ‘BLOGGER’?
(a) *1\$55%*
(b) 1@55%6
(c) *@155%*
(d) *1@55%*
(e)None of these
S7. Ans (e)
Sol.
In this new pattern coding decoding each letter, except vowel, is assigned a number from 1-8 So, B-1, C-2, D-3, F-4, G-5, H-6, J-7, K-8, L-1, M-2, N-3, P-4, Q-5, R-6, S-7, T-8, V-1, W-2, X-3, Y-4, Z-5.
Each vowel is assigned a different symbol as-%, #, \$, @, &. So, for vowels the symbols are – A-\$, E-%, I-#, O- @, U-&.
Q8. What can be the code of ‘ENCOURAGE’?
(a) %32@&65\$%
(b) %32@&6\$5*
(c) %32@&6\$5%
(d) *32@&6\$5*
(e)None of these
S8. Ans (c)
Sol.
In this new pattern coding decoding each letter, except vowel, is assigned a number from 1-8 So, B-1, C-2, D-3, F-4, G-5, H-6, J-7, K-8, L-1, M-2, N-3, P-4, Q-5, R-6, S-7, T-8, V-1, W-2, X-3, Y-4, Z-5.
Each vowel is assigned a different symbol as-%, #, \$, @, &. So, for vowels the symbols are – A-\$, E-%, I-#, O- @, U-&.
Q9. What can be the code of ‘INCENTIVE’?
(a)  #32%38#1#
(b) #32%38#1%
(c)  %32%38#1%
(d)  #32%381#%
(e)None of these
S9. Ans (b)

Sol.
In this new pattern coding decoding each letter, except vowel, is assigned a number from 1-8 So, B-1, C-2, D-3, F-4, G-5, H-6, J-7, K-8, L-1, M-2, N-3, P-4, Q-5, R-6, S-7, T-8, V-1, W-2, X-3, Y-4, Z-5.
Each vowel is assigned a different symbol as-%, #, \$, @, &. So, for vowels the symbols are – A-\$, E-%, I-#, O- @, U-&.
Q10. What can be the code of ‘SBI MAINS’?
(a)  *1* 7#\$32
(b) *1* 7\$#23
(c)  *1* 7#3\$2
(d)  *1\$ 7#\$32
(e) None of these
S10. Ans (e)
Sol.
In this new pattern coding decoding each letter, except vowel, is assigned a number from 1-8 So, B-1, C-2, D-3, F-4, G-5, H-6, J-7, K-8, L-1, M-2, N-3, P-4, Q-5, R-6, S-7, T-8, V-1, W-2, X-3, Y-4, Z-5.
Each vowel is assigned a different symbol as-%, #, \$, @, &. So, for vowels the symbols are – A-\$, E-%, I-#, O- @, U-&.
Q11. Mohan started walking from point A to reach point B, which is 10 km east of A. Point C is 4 km south to B. Point E is 2 km east of F, which is 6km north to D. Point D is 5km to east of C. How far (in km) is point E from C?
(a)20
(b)10
(c)√75
(d)√85
(e)None of these
S11.Ans.(d)
Sol.
Directions (12-15): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
Six persons are going to a museum on different months starting from January to June. They secured different positions in a race. The one who visited in April secured 4th position. E was last in the race. B visited in June. Two persons visited between A and C, who visited after A. F finished race before A.D visited immediately before E. D was 1st in race. Equal number of persons visited between the one who secured 1st and 4th and 4th and 2nd.
Q12. Who among the following secured 3rd position in the race?
(a) E
(b) F
(c) C
(d) B
(e) none of these
S12.Ans(b)
Sol.
The one who visited in April secured 4th position. B visited in June. Two persons visited between A and C, who visited after A. D visited immediately before E. D was 1st in race. Equal number of persons visited between the one who secured 1st and 4th and 4th and 2nd .
Q13. Who among the following visited museum in march?
(a) E
(b) F
(c) C
(d) B
(e) none of these
S13.Ans(a)
Sol.
The one who visited in April secured 4th position. B visited in June. Two persons visited between A and C, who visited after A. D visited immediately before E. D was 1st in race. Equal number of persons visited between the one who secured 1st and 4th and 4th and 2nd .

Q14. Which of the following combination is true?
(a) E- January -2nd
(b) F-march- 2nd
(c) C-4th – April
(d) B-1st – June
(e) none of these
S14.Ans(c)
Sol.
The one who visited in April secured 4th position. B visited in June. Two persons visited between A and C, who visited after A. D visited immediately before E. D was 1st in race. Equal number of persons visited between the one who secured 1st and 4th and 4th and 2nd .

Q15. In which of the following months did D visit?
(a) April
(b) March
(c) February
(d) June
(e) none of these
S15.Ans(c)
Sol.
The one who visited in April secured 4th position. B visited in June. Two persons visited between A and C, who visited after A. D visited immediately before E. D was 1st in race. Equal number of persons visited between the one who secured 1st and 4th and 4th and 2nd .

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