LIC AAO Reasoning Quiz: 28th March 2019

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 LIC AAO Reasoning Quiz: 28th March 2019

Reasoning ability Quiz For LIC AAO 2019

Life Insurance Cooperation has released the notification for the posts of AAO for the Recruitment in 2019-20. This is a great opportunity for all those who aspire to become a Banker this year. Now the next step is to start practicing for the exams from now itself.  Here is a quiz on Reasoning ability being provided by Adda247 to let you practice the best of latest pattern Reasoning ability Questions for LIC AAO 2019-20.

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


There are 7 friends namely A, D, B, C, G, E, F living on different floors of a seven-storey building but not necessarily in the same order. Also they belong to different cities i.e. Sultanpur, Etawah, Gorakhpur, Lucknow, Kanpur, Azamgarh, Banaras but not necessarily in the same order.
C is not from Etawah or Azamgarh. B lives on an even numbered floor and belongs to Gorakhpur. There are two floors between A, who belongs to Lucknow and B. A lives above B. G lives on an odd numbered floor below floor 4. The one who is from Sultanpur lives just above the one who belongs to Etawah. Neither B nor G is from Etawah or Sultanpur . More than 4 persons live between the one from Lucknow and Kanpur. There are as many persons living between A and E as there are in between E and F. D lives above C. More than 1 person lives between D and C.

Q1. Who among the following lives on 3rd floor?

B
C
G
F
None of these
Solution:
Q2. Who among the following belongs to Sultanpur?
B
C
G
F
None of these
Solution:
Q3. Which of the following combinations is correct?
G-4th-sulatnapur
E-7th-gorakhpur
F-3rd-etawah
C-2nd-banaras
None of these
Solution:
Q4. Four of the following are alike in a certain way so form a group, which of the following does not belong to that group?
the one who lives on 7th floor
D
the one from Etawah
G
the one from Azamgarh
Solution:
Q5. How many persons live between D and F?
one
two
three
more than three
none
Solution:
Directions (6-7): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions 

There are 6 members in a family namely A,B,C,D,E and F. C and E are one of the married couple.F is daughter of E, who is sister in law of D . B is father in law of E.D is unmarried . A is mother of C.

Q6.How is D related to F?

husband
cousin
mother
father
can’t be determined
Solution:
Q7.How is A related to D?
daughter
wife
father
mother
none of these
Solution:
Directions (8-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: 

First 12 natural numbers are written from bottom to top. The letters of word ‘SIMPLE’ are written in alphabetical order against each multiple of 2 (One letter against one number) from bottom to top (starting from 2). There are 2 letters between M and R. There are as many letters between I and K as between I and J. There are 3 letters between R and K. A is above M. J is placed below R. (No letter is repeated against any number).

Q8. Which is the second letter in word formed by letters against numbers 7, 9, 10 and 11?

E
P
A
K
R
Solution:
12-S
11-R
10-P
9-A
8-M
7-K
6-L
5-
4-I
3-
2-E
1-J
Letters written against numbers 7, 9, 10 and 11 are—K, A, P, R
Word formed—PARK. So 2nd letter is A.
Q9. Which alphabet is written against no.6?
E
J
K
S
L
Solution:
12-S
11-R
10-P
9-A
8-M
7-K
6-L
5-
4-I
3-
2-E
1-J 
Q10. How many letters are there between S and K?
Two
Three
One
Four
None of these
Solution:
12-S
11-R
10-P
9-A
8-M
7-K
6-L
5-
4-I
3-
2-E
1-J 
Directions (11 - 15): In the following questions, the symbols @, $, *, # and % are used with the following meaning as illustrated below. 

‘P # Q’ means ‘P is smaller than Q’.

‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is smaller than or equal to Q’.

‘P * Q’ means ‘P is greater than or equal to Q’.
‘P % Q’ means ‘P is equal to Q’.
‘P & Q’ means ‘P is greater than Q’.
Now, in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two Conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

Q11. Statements: I # A ; A & B & C* D@ E; B&F ;E#H ;G&D 

Conclusions: I. A&D II. D#H
Only I is true
Only II is true
Neither I nor II
Either I or II is true
Both I and II are true
Solution:
I. A&D(True) II.D#H(True)
Q12. Statements: S & R & L;L & M @ N * O % P & Q ; N # T 
Conclusions: I. T&Q II. T%Q
Both I and II are true
Only I is true
Only II is true
Either I or II is true
Neither I nor II true
Solution:
I.T&Q(True) II.T%Q(False)
Q13. Statements: V # P ; S % U ; W % R ; P & Q * R @ S % T 
Conclusions: I. T @ W II. R* V
Only I is true
Only II is true
Neither I nor II
Either I or II is true
Both I and II are true
Solution:
I.T@W(False) II.R*V(False)
Q14. Statements: N* T * R % J & C ; L # J ; R & F # M ; N # S 
Conclusions: I. F # S II. N % J
Both I and II are true
Only I is true
Only II is true
Either I or II is true
Neither I nor II true
Solution:
I.F@S(True) II. N%J(False)
Q15. Statements: F # L ; H * C # G ;A & B # C * D @ E % F 
Conclusions: I. A @ L II. A & L
Both I and II are true
Only I is true
Only II is true
Either I or II is true
Neither I nor II true
Solution:
I. A@L(False) II. A&L(False)
               






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