Logical Reasoning Quiz, Question and Answer: Free Reasoning Quiz for Bank Exams

The reasoning is another important section in the banking exam. Around 35 questions are asked for 35 marks in a standard banking exam. In Mains as well, a large percentage of marks are given to this section. Students can easily score a very good score in this section because with the right tips and tricks it can be very easy for a student to solve. A maximum number of students even attempt all questions and score full marks as they have mastered all the tips and tricks of all the important topics of this section.

Logical Reasoning Quiz, Question and Answer

Puzzle and Seating arrangement is one topic that dominates this section. The practice is the key to the timer can really help you to score great marks on this topic. There are certain topics that can be very time-consuming if you will solve them with the standard method like Blood Relation, Direction sense, Inequalities, etc. These topics can in fact be your savior if you know the right tricks, Hence, practice with the right tips and tricks is the key to excel in this section.

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For Bank Mains Exams 2021- 17th January

    Directions (1-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
    Eight persons are sitting around a square table in such a way that four of them sit at four corners facing towards center, and rest four who sits at the middle of the side facing outside. All of them was born on different date starting from 21 to 28 of the same month of the same year. They learn different languages.
    S sits third to the right of V and was born on 22nd. S face inside the center. Only two persons sit between U who learn Russian language and T who face inside the center. U is not an immediate neighbour of S. Q sits at the corner and learn Dutch language. Only two persons sit between Q and the one who was born in an odd numbered date which is greater than 24. The one who learn French is not an immediate neighbour of Q. V neither learn English nor Spanish language. R faces inside the center. The one who was born on 23 learn German and faces center. The one who learn Spanish was born on 25. The youngest person learn Hindi and P is not the second youngest person. P sits second to the left of W who learn French. The one who learn Swedish language sits second to the right of the one who learn English language. Q was born on the date which is an odd number. Neither R nor P learn English language. T is 2 days older than U. V is the youngest person.

    Q1. Who among the following person sits immediate right of R?
    (a) P
    (b)the one who learn French
    (c) Q
    (d)the one who was born on 28th of the month
    (e) None of these

    Q2. Who among the following person learn Spanish?
    (a) P
    (b) T
    (c) R
    (d) U
    (e) None of these

    Q3. V learn which of the following language?
    (a) Spanish
    (b)Russian
    (c)Hindi
    (d)Dutch
    (e)None of these

    Q4. Who among the following was born on 23rd of the month?
    (a)T
    (b)P
    (c)W
    (d)R
    (e)None of these

    Q5. Who among the following sits third to the left of the one who learn Swedish?
    (a)the one who learn Russian
    (b)the one who was born on 28
    (c)U
    (d)the one who learn French
    (e)None of these

    Directions (6-8): 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 vertically.
    Note- For southeast direction it used to be written as P#&Q and so on…
    Point E is @10m of point B. Point C is $20m of point F. Point K is &15m of point B. Point G is $8m of point K. Point C is #30m of point L. Point G£LC. Point D is @7m of Point F.

    Q6. What is the shortest distance and direction of point K with respect to C?
    (a)20#@
    (b)15$#
    (c)17@&
    (d)22&#
    (e)None of these

    Q7. What is the direction of point E with respect to F?
    (a)E#&F
    (b)E@#F
    (c)E$#F
    (d)E@$F
    (e)None of these

    Q8. What is the shortest distance between Point D to Point G?
    (a)35
    (b)5√13
    (c)√24
    (d)4√29
    (e)None of these

    Directions (9-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
    A person starts walking from point X in east direction after walk 12m he reached at point B. Then he takes a left turn and walks 5m to reach point C. From point C he takes two consecutive left turn and walks 6m and 2m respectively to reached at point E.

    Q9. What is the shortest distance between point X to point C?
    (a) 25m
    (b) 13m
    (c)20m
    (d)17m
    (e)None of these

    Q10.What is the direction of point E with respect to point B?
    (a) West
    (b)North
    (c)South-east
    (d)North-west
    (e)None of these

    Directions (11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
    A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
    Input: 30 update 56 record 27 economic 23 trending 20 power 15 approval.
    Step I: 20 30 update 56 record economic 23 trending power 15 approval 27.
    Step II: power 20 30 56 record economic 23 trending 15 approval 27 update.
    Step III: 30 power 20 56 record economic trending 15 approval 27 update 23.
    Step IV: record 30 power 20 56 trending 15 approval 27 update 23 economic.
    Step V: 56 record 30 power 20 trending approval 27 update 23 economic 15.
    Step VI: trending 56 record 30 power 20 27 update 23 economic 15 approval.
    Step VI is the last step of the above arrangement.
    As per the rules followed in the steps given above, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.
    Input: 48 opinion 66 gallery 89 injury 77 monsoon 22 decide 35 eclipse.

    Q11. Which of the following element is 3rd to the right of the of the 5th from the left end in step III?
    (a)eclipse
    (b)35
    (c)89
    (d)decide
    (e)None of these

    Q12. What is the position of the word ‘monsoon’ in step IV?
    (a) 3rd from right
    (b)4th from right
    (c)5th from left
    (d)6th from left
    (e)None of these

    Q13. What is the sum of the element which is second from the left of the step II and Sixth from right in step IV?
    (a) 75
    (b) 57
    (c) 60
    (d) 34
    (e) None of these

    Q14. Which of the following element is exactly between ‘decide’ and ‘77’ in step V?
    (a) Eclipse
    (b) Monsoon
    (c) 89
    (d) Opinion
    (e)None of these

    Q15.Which of the following element is seventh from the right in step II?
    (a) gallery
    (b) 77
    (c) injury
    (d) monsoon
    (e)None of these

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    Solution (11-15)
    Sol. Students let us understand the Logic behind this Question and let’s understand how to solve it. As a first step lets first understand the logic behind the Output. If you will see the final output, you will observe the following:
    (i) The words and numbers are arranged in alternatively in every step starting from the numbers.
    (ii) Two words/number are arranged in each step. Even numbers are arranged at the leftmost end in increasing order (smallest number is arranged first followed by the next smaller number and so on) while the odd numbers are arranged at the rightmost end in decreasing order in each alternate step.
    (iii) The words starting with a consonant is are arranged at the left most end in increasing alphabetical order (cold is arranged before delicate) while the words starting with a vowel are arranged at the rightmost end in decreasing alphabetical order in each step.
    Input: 48 opinion 66 gallery 89 injury 77 monsoon 22 decide 35 eclipse.
    Step I: 22 48 opinion 66 gallery injury 77monsoon decide 35 eclipse 89.
    Step II: decide 22 48 66 gallery injury 77 monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion.
    Step III: 48 decide 22 66 gallery injury monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion 77.
    Step IV: gallery 48 decide 22 66 monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion 77 injury.
    Step V: 66 gallery 48 decide 22 monsoon eclipse 89 opinion 77 injury 35.
    Step VI: monsoon 66 gallery 48 decide 22 89 opinion 77 injury 35 eclipse.

    S11. Ans.(b)

    S12. Ans.(d)

    S13. Ans.(b)

    S14. Ans.(a)

    S15. Ans.(c)

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For ECGC PO 2021- 17th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    Eight boxes are placed one above another in the stack. Each box is different colour i.e. White, Pink, Red, Blue, Green, Orange, Yellow and grey but not necessary in the same order.
    Two boxes are placed between box E and box B, which is Orange colour. One box is placed between box E and pink colour box. Box A is placed just above the green colour box. Blue colour box is placed just above the white colour box. More than three boxes are placed between box B and H. Box B placed above the pink colour box. Red colour box is placed above the orange colour box. One box is placed between Blue colour box and Green colour box. Blue colour box is not placed just below or just above box E. Four boxes are placed between D and yellow colour box. Box D is not Red colour. Box C is placed above box F and below box G. Neither box F nor box H is pink colour. F does not like green colour.

    Q1.Which of the following box is placed just above Blue colour box?
    (a) Orange colour box
    (b) D
    (c) Pink colour box
    (d) G
    (e) None of these

    Q2. Which of the following box is blue colour?
    (a) C
    (b) D
    (c) E
    (d) H
    (e) None of these

    Q3. Which of the following combination is true?
    (a) E-Grey
    (b) A-Blue
    (c) F-Grey
    (d) G-red
    (e) None is true

    Q4. Four of the following five are alike in certain way based from a group, find the one that does not belong to that group?
    (a) G-D
    (b) E-H
    (c) B-A
    (d) C-A
    (e) A-F

    Q5. Which of the following box is yellow colour box?
    (a) H
    (b) F
    (c) E
    (d) C
    (e) None of these

    Directions (6-7): In these questions, relationship between different elements is show in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statements and select the appropriate answer:
    (a) If only conclusion I follows.
    (b) If only conclusion II follows.
    (c) If either conclusion I or II follows
    (d) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
    (e) If both conclusions I and II follow.

    Q6. Statements: G>H≥E≤T>Y, U=W>L>T,
    Conclusion I: T<H II: U>E

    Q7. Statements: C>Y>L, W<I, B<I≤F<L, F≤A , G=B,
    Conclusion I: B>W II: A>I

    Directions (8-10): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    Seven persons are living at seven different floor of the building in such a way that ground floor is no as 1 and top floor is no as 7. J lives at even number floor. More than three persons live between J and K. One person live between M and N. M lives above N and both of them live at odd number floor. B does not live above X. B lives at odd number floor. R does not live below N. Not more than one floor is between X and B.

    Q8. Who among the following person live just above R?
    (a) M
    (b) K
    (c) J
    (d) N
    (e) None of these

    Q9.How many persons live between X and J?
    (a) One
    (b) Two
    (c) Four
    (d) Five
    (e) Three

    Q10. Who among the following person live at 6th floor?
    (a) X
    (b) B
    (c) R
    (d) M
    (e) 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 neither greater than nor equal to Q’
    ‘P*Q’ means ‘P is neither equal to nor smaller than Q’
    ‘P%Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q’
    ‘P$Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than 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 three conclusions I, II and III given below them is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

    Q11. Statements: A@T#Y$U%O*P@L$M
    Conclusions:
    I. O*A
    II. A@O
    III. Y$P
    (a) None is true
    (b) Only I is true
    (c) Only III is true
    (d) Either I or II are true
    (e) None of these

    Q12. Statements: Q%W$Y%U@Z*N#M
    Conclusions:
    I. Z*Y
    II. N#W
    III. Y%Z
    (a) Only I and III are true
    (b) Only II and III are true
    (c) Only I and II are true
    (d) All are true
    (e) None of these

    Q13. Statements: R*E#A@C%T$K@R%O
    Conclusions:
    I. T*E
    II. K@C
    III. R%A
    (a) None is true
    (b) Only II is true
    (c) Only I and II are true
    (d) Only II and III are true
    (e) All are true

    Q14. Statements: V@B%R*E#I%M$X
    Conclusions:
    I. R*I
    II. B*E
    III. E#M
    (a) None is true
    (b) Only II is true
    (c) Only I and II are true
    (d) Only II and III are true
    (e) All are true

    Q15. Statements: X#Y@U*Z$H%R*E$T
    Conclusions:
    I. T@U
    II. U*T
    III. Y*H
    (a) None is true
    (b) Only II and III are true
    (c) Either I and II are true
    (d) Only II is true
    (e) All are true

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    S11. Ans(a)

    S12. Ans(e)

    S13. Ans(c)

    S14. Ans(d)

    S15. Ans(d)

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For Bank Mains Exams 2021- 16th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are living in a four storey building such as ground floor is numbered as 1, above it is floor 2 then top floor is numbered as 4. Each of the floor has 2 flats in it as flat-1 and flat-2. Flat-2 is in east of flat-1. Flat-1 of floor-2 is immediately above flat-1 of floor-1 and immediately below flat-1 of floor-3 and so on. In the same way flat-2 of floor-2 is immediately above flat-2 of floor-1 and immediately below flat-2 of floor-3 and so on. They all are from eight different countries i.e. India, Oman, Uk, Italy, Canada, Pakistan, Brazil and Russia but not necessarily in the same order.

    The one who is from oman lives on odd number floor and live in odd number flat. There is no floor between the one who is from oman and E, whose flat is in the south east of the one who is from oman. Two floor gap between F and B who is from Pakistan. G lives immediately above flat of E. The one who is from Russia and the person who is from Uk live on same floor. The ones who are from Italy and Pakistan live in same flat number. E is not from Italy. C lives on 4th floor and in flat-2. F does not live in flat-2 and does not like Italy. The one who is from Italy does not live on floor no.3.The one who is from Canada lives immediately above the floor of person who is from Russia. A lives immediately above flat of D. D is not from Uk. F does not live below A. The one who is from India lives below the floor of the one who is from russia. F is not from Canada.

    Q1. Who among the following lives in flat-1 of floor-3?
    (a) E
    (b) C
    (c) H
    (d) F
    (e) none of these

    Q2. Who among the following lives to the west of E?
    (a) B
    (b) G
    (c) D
    (d) F
    (e) none of these

    Q3. How many floor gap is there between B and the one who is from canada?
    (a) One
    (b) Two
    (c) None
    (d) Three
    (e) none of these

    Q4. H lives on which of the following floor?
    (a) floor-1
    (b) floor-2
    (c) floor-3
    (d) Floor-4
    (e) Can’t be determined

    Q5. Who among the following person is from Brazil?
    (a) A
    (b) F
    (c) D
    (d) E
    (e) none of these

    Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
    A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
    INPUT—4528 6720 5329 4819 8104 1469
    STEP I– 5482 7602 3592 8491 1840 4196
    STEP II- 1840 3592 4196 5482 7602 8491
    STEP III- 84 59 19 48 60 49
    STEP IV- 12 14 10 12 6 13
    STEP V- 6 7 5 6 3 6.5

    Step V is the last step of the rearrangement. As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate steps for the given input.

    Input: 2193 8763 7132 5248 3295 6952

    Q6. What will the addition of the numbers which is third, fifth and sixth from the left end in step IV?
    (a) 24
    (b) 23
    (c) 27
    (d) 20
    (e) None of these

    Q7. Which of the following would be the difference of the numbers which is 2nd from left end in step I and fourth from right end in Step II?
    (a) 6113
    (b) 4231
    (c) 5477
    (d) 5470
    (e) None of these

    Q8. Which of the following element will be 3rd to the left of 5th from the left end in step III?
    (a) 35
    (b) 72
    (c) 23
    (d) 58
    (e) None of these

    Q9. What will be the multiplication of the numbers which is third from left end of Step V and the number which is first from right end of Step IV?
    (a) 56
    (b) 32
    (c) 36
    (d) 48
    (e) None of these

    Q10. Which of the following element will be 2nd to the right of 3th from the left end in step II?
    (a) 7836
    (b) 4367
    (c) 2359
    (d) 9625
    (e) None of these

    Directions (11-15): There are two rows given and to find out the resultant of a particular row we need to follow the following steps: –
    Step 1: If an odd number is followed by an even number then the resultant will be the addition of both the numbers.
    Step 2: If an even number is followed by a perfect square then the resultant will be the difference of that square number and the even number.
    Step 3: If an even number is followed by another even number (but not a perfect square) then the resultant will be the addition of both the numbers.
    Step 4: If an even number is followed by an odd number (but not a perfect square) then the resultant comes by multiplying the numbers.
    Step 5: If an odd number is followed by another odd number then the resultant will be the division of first number by the second number.
    Q11. Find the sum of the resultant of two rows?
    8    49     10
    8     7       36
    (a) 69
    (b) 71
    (c) 64
    (d) 75
    (e) None of the above

    Q12. Find the difference of the resultant of two rows?
    5       8    14
    14    12      7

    (a) 156
    (b) 167
    (c) 159
    (d) 160
    (e) None of the above

    Q13. Find the value of X if the addition of the resultant of first and second row is 32?
    4    25     X
    7    12     6
    (a) 10
    (b) 3
    (c) 7
    (d) 2
    (e) 5

    Q14. Find the value Y if the difference is the resultant of two rows is 113?
    8    18      7
    25    5     Y
    (a) 71
    (b) 70
    (c) 64
    (d) 60
    (e) 78

    Q15. Find the multiplication of the resultant of two rows?
    35     7     5
    16    11     4
    (a) 170
    (b) 168
    (c) 178
    (d) 172
    (e) None of the above

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For ECGC PO 2021- 16th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    Seven banks conduct entrance exam on seven different dates of the seven different months starting from March to September of the same year.
    SBI conducts exam on the date which is completely divisible by 3 and 4, and in the month, which has odd number of days. HDFC conducts exam in the month which has even number of days and on the date, which is square of the even number. More than two banks are conducting exam after ICICI bank. OBC conduct exam 15days after BOB’s exam and in the month, which have 31days. Three banks conduct their exam between PNB and OBC. ICICI does not conduct exam in March. Difference between the dates of HDFC and PNB is 9. PNB conducts exam before ICICI and on the date which is square of an odd number. The bank which conducts the exam on the 21st of the month, takes it immediately after the OBC Bank. Difference between the dates of SBI and RBI is 9. The bank which conducts exam in August conducts on 7th of the month. ICICI bank conducts exam on 6th of the month.

    Q1. Difference between the exam date of RBI and OBC?
    (a) 8
    (b) 19
    (c) 14
    (d) 7
    (e) None of these

    Q2. SBI conducts exam in which of the following month?
    (a) May
    (b) March
    (c) September
    (d) August
    (e) None of these

    Q3. How many banks conducts exam before BOB bank?
    (a) One
    (b) Two
    (c) Four
    (d) Three
    (e) None

    Q4. Which of the following bank conducts exam in September?
    (a) SBI
    (b) HDFC
    (c) BOB
    (d) OBC
    (e) None of these

    Q5. Which of the following combination is true about PNB?
    (a) June-23
    (b) May-9
    (c) July-7
    (d) April-25
    (e) None is true

    Directions (6-10): In these questions some statements are followed by some conclusions numbered. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

    Q6. Statements:
    Only a few Blue are Green.
    No Green is a Yellow.
    Only Blue is Brown.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some Brown is Yellow is a possibility
    II. Some Yellow is Blue is a possibility
    (a) Only I follows.
    (b) Only II follows.
    (c) Both I and II follow.
    (d) Either I or II follows.
    (e) Neither I nor II follows.

    Q7. Statements:
    All Mango are Apple.
    Only Few Guava are Mango.
    No Guava is Banana
    Conclusions:
    I. All Banana is Mango is a possibility
    II. Some Apple is Guava is a possibility
    (a) Only I follows.
    (b) Only II follows.
    (c) Either I or II follows.
    (d) Neither I nor II follows.
    (e) Both I and II follow.

    Q8. Statements:
    All News is World.
    Some World is India.
    No News is True.
    Conclusions:
    I. All True is India
    II. No True is India
    (a) Either I or II follows.
    (b) Both I and II follow.
    (c) Only I follows.
    (d) Neither I nor II follows.
    (e) Only II follows.

    Q9. Statements:
    All Game are Winner.
    No Winner are Loser.
    Only a few Loser is Chance.
    Conclusions:
    I. All Loser is Chance
    II. Atleast some Winner is Chance
    (a) Either I or II follows.
    (b) Only II follows.
    (c) Neither I nor II follows.
    (d) Only I follows.
    (e) Both I and II follow.

    Q10. Statements:
    Only Dream is Night.
    Only a few Moon is Dream.
    Only a few Moon is Morning.
    Conclusions:
    I. All Morning is Moon is a possibility
    II. All Moon is Dream is a possibility
    (a) Either I or II follows.
    (b) Both I and II follow.
    (c) Neither I nor II follows.
    (d) Only I follow.
    (e) Only II follows.

    Directions (11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
    In number arrangement machine when given an input line of numbers, it rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.

    Input: 12 75 28 36 93 44 51
    Step I: 13 72 29 37 90 45 48
    Step II: 90 72 48 45 37 29 13
    Step III: 9 5 4 1 4 7 2
    Step IV: 18 10 12 2 12 14 6

    And step IV is the last step of the arrangement.
    As per the above rule followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following
    questions the appropriate step for the input given below;

    Input: 86 17 57 26 65 43 72

    Q11. Which of the following digit is fifth from the right end in step-III?
    (a) 4
    (b) 1
    (c) 5
    (d) 3
    (e) None of these

    Q12. What is the sum of the numbers which are second from the left end in step-II and third to the right end in step IV?
    (a) 21
    (b) 85
    (c) 87
    (d) 56
    (e) None of these

    Q13. How many prime numbers are obtained in last step?
    (a) Four
    (b) One
    (c) Two
    (d) Three
    (e) None

    Q14. What is the multiplication of the digits of the number which is third from the right end in step II?
    (a) 18
    (b) 10
    (c) 21
    (d) 25
    (e) None of these

    Q15. What is the difference between the numbers which is third from the left end in last step and second from the right end in first step?
    (a) 7
    (b) 27
    (c) 31
    (d) 40
    (e) None of these

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    Sol. (1-5)

    S1. Ans.(c)
    S2. Ans.(b)

    S3. Ans.(c)

    S4. Ans.(e)

    S5. Ans.(d)

    S11. Ans.(a)
    Sol.
    Let us understand the logic behind it-
    * In Step-1, one is added in each even digit and three is subtracted in each odd digit of the input.
    * In Step-2, All the numbers of step-1 arranged in descending order from left to right.
    * In Step-3, Digits of the number are subtracted with in the number which are obtained in step-2.
    * In Step-4, two is multiply by each odd digit and three is multiply by each even digit which are obtained in step-3.

    Input: 86 17 57 26 65 43 72
    Step I: 87 14 54 27 62 40 73
    Step II: 87 73 62 54 40 27 14
    Step III: 1 4 4 1 4 5 3
    Step IV: 2 12 12 2 12 10 6

    S12. Ans.(b)
    Sol.
    Let us understand the logic behind it-
    * In Step-1, one is added in each even digit and three is subtracted in each odd digit of the input.
    * In Step-2, All the numbers of step-1 arranged in descending order from left to right.
    * In Step-3, Digits of the number are subtracted with in the number which are obtained in step-2.
    * In Step-4, two is multiply by each odd digit and three is multiply by each even digit which are obtained in step-3.

    Input: 86 17 57 26 65 43 72
    Step I: 87 14 54 27 62 40 73
    Step II: 87 73 62 54 40 27 14
    Step III: 1 4 4 1 4 5 3
    Step IV: 2 12 12 2 12 10 6

    S13. Ans.(c)
    Sol.
    Let us understand the logic behind it-
    * In Step-1, one is added in each even digit and three is subtracted in each odd digit of the input.
    * In Step-2, All the numbers of step-1 arranged in descending order from left to right.
    * In Step-3, Digits of the number are subtracted with in the number which are obtained in step-2.
    * In Step-4, two is multiply by each odd digit and three is multiply by each even digit which are obtained in step-3.

    Input: 86 17 57 26 65 43 72
    Step I: 87 14 54 27 62 40 73
    Step II: 87 73 62 54 40 27 14
    Step III: 1 4 4 1 4 5 3
    Step IV: 2 12 12 2 12 10 6

    S14. Ans.(a)
    Sol.
    Let us understand the logic behind it-
    * In Step-1, one is added in each even digit and three is subtracted in each odd digit of the input.
    * In Step-2, All the numbers of step-1 arranged in descending order from left to right.
    * In Step-3, Digits of the number are subtracted with in the number which are obtained in step-2.
    * In Step-4, two is multiply by each odd digit and three is multiply by each even digit which are obtained in step-3.

    Input: 86 17 57 26 65 43 72
    Step I: 87 14 54 27 62 40 73
    Step II: 87 73 62 54 40 27 14
    Step III: 1 4 4 1 4 5 3
    Step IV: 2 12 12 2 12 10 6

    S15. Ans.(e)
    Sol.
    Let us understand the logic behind it-
    * In Step-1, one is added in each even digit and three is subtracted in each odd digit of the input.
    * In Step-2, All the numbers of step-1 arranged in descending order from left to right.
    * In Step-3, Digits of the number are subtracted with in the number which are obtained in step-2.
    * In Step-4, two is multiply by each odd digit and three is multiply by each even digit which are obtained in step-3.

    Input: 86 17 57 26 65 43 72
    Step I: 87 14 54 27 62 40 73
    Step II: 87 73 62 54 40 27 14
    Step III: 1 4 4 1 4 5 3
    Step IV: 2 12 12 2 12 10 6

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For Bank Mains Exams 2021- 15th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
    There are six employees A, B, C, D, E, F of a company and all of them are working on six different designation of a company viz. CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE. All the designations given are to be considered in a given order (as CMD is considered as Senior-most and JE is considered as the Junior-most). Each of them likes some colour and have some hobby.
    The one who is MD likes white colour. E likes dancing and senior than F who likes black colour. The one who is SE likes travelling. Only two employees are junior than D. The one who likes blue colour is senior than the one who likes Singing. C likes reading and senior than the one who likes green colour. B likes purple colour and junior than F. The one who likes painting is senior than the one who likes writing. The one who likes green colour is senior than the one who likes travelling. C does not like white colour. D does not like green colour. A senior than the one who likes black colour and he is not CEO. The one who likes yellow colour is junior than the one who likes singing. The one who is SE does not like blue colour.

    Q1. Who among the following person likes Reading?
    (a) A
    (b) The one who likes Green colour
    (c) The one who is CMD
    (d) The one who likes Black Colour
    (e) E

    Q2. Who among the following SE of the company?
    (a) The one who likes writing
    (b) A
    (c) The one who likes Purple colour
    (d) The one who likes travelling
    (e) E

    Q3. How many persons are senior than F?
    (a) Two
    (b) One
    (c) four
    (d) Three
    (e)More than Four

    Q4. What is the hobby of the COO of the company?
    (a) Writing
    (b) Painting
    (c) Dancing
    (d)Singing
    (e)Travelling

    Q5. What is the designation of the one who likes dancing?
    (a) SE
    (b) MD
    (c) JE
    (d) CEO
    (e) COO

    Directions (6-8): Each of these questions is based on the following information:
    (i) A % B means A is the father of B.
    (ii) A @ B means B is the brother of A.
    (iii) A $ B means B is the sister of A.
    (iv) A * B means A is the son of B.

    Q6. If the expression ‘P%M@Q*R$T’ is true, then which of the following is definitely true?
    (a) M is nephew of T
    (b) Q is daughter of P
    (c) M is son of R
    (d) T is sister-in-law of P
    (e) R is brother of P

    Q7. Which of the following expression shows ‘N is sister in law of R’?
    (a) R$M*O%N@P
    (b) M$N@O%P*R
    (c) O%M*R$N@P
    (d) M$N*O%P@R
    (e) None of these

    Q8. If the expression ‘E*G@F%H$D’ is true, then which of the following is not true?
    (a) D is niece of G
    (b) E is cousin of D
    (c) D is nephew of G
    (d) F is father of H
    (e) All are true

    Directions (9-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
    There are seven members in a family of three generation. W is a daughter-in-law of F. Y is the father of A. Y is a brother of E, who is a sister-in-law of W. B is the son of Z, who is a grandfather of A. B is unmarried. W has no sibling.

    Q9. Who among the following Uncle of A?
    (a)F
    (b)Y
    (c)B
    (d)E
    (e)None of these

    Q10. What is relation of W with respect to E?
    (a) Sister
    (b) Aunt
    (c)Mother
    (d)Sister in law
    (e)None of these

    Directions (11-12): In making decision about important questions, it is desirable to be able to distinguish between “strong” arguments and “weak” arguments. “Strong” arguments must be both important and directly related to the question. “Weak” arguments may not be directly related to the question and may be of minor importance or may be related to the trivial aspects of the question.
    Each question below is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the argument is a “strong” argument and which is a “weak” argument.
    Give answer (a) if only argument I is strong.
    Give answer (b) if only argument II is strong.
    Give answer (c) if either argument I or II is strong.
    Give answer (d) if neither argument I nor II is strong.
    Give answer (e) if both arguments I and II are strong.

    Q11. Should graduation be made minimum educational qualification for entry level jobs in any public sector organization?
    Arguments:
    I: Yes, graduates always perform better than the non-graduates by virtue of their higher level of education.
    II: No, there are quite a few people who cannot afford to remain un-employed till the completion of graduation and are capable of performing equally well as the graduate candidates.

    Q12. Should the examination bodies for all university examination permit the use of calculators?
    Arguments:
    I: No, it is necessary for the students to know the methods of manual calculation to make their concepts clear.
    II: Yes, manual calculations are no more required with extensive use of computers in all fields.

    Directions (13-15): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
    Given
    A*B means B is 2m east to A
    A@B means B is 1m west to A
    A#B means B is 2m south to A
    A%B means B is 1m north to A
    A!B means B is 2m east to A

    If T#R, Q@P, S*R, Q%S, S%U, holds true, then

    Q13. In which direction is T with respect to U?
    (a) South west
    (b) Northeast
    (c) South east
    (d) Northwest
    (e) None of these

    Q14. In which direction is P with respect to R?
    (a) South west
    (b) Northeast
    (c) South east
    (d) Northwest
    (e) None of these

    Q15. What is the shortest distance U and R?
    (a) 5m
    (b) 3m
    (c) 4m
    (d) √3m
    (e) None of these

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    S11.Ans.(b)
    Sol. In a country where welfare is accorded high priority, stricter rules cannot be applied. Further, there is no need to make graduation the minimum educational qualification for entry level jobs in any public sector organization. Hence, Argument I is not strong Argument II is logically convincing.

    S12.Ans.(a)
    Sol. Only argument I seems to be strong. Any electronic device like computer can be used effectively if the concepts are clear.

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For ECGC PO 2021- 15th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    Seven persons are going to attend an event on seven different days of the week (Starting from Monday to Sunday) and at seven different places i.e. Hampi, Ladakh, Agra, Nainital, Jaisalmer, Varanasi and Kerala but not necessary in same order.
    Two persons go between B and the one who is going Agra. Not more than one person goes after F, who goes to Jaisalmer. Three persons go between F and B. The one who goes hampi goes after the one who goes Varanasi. The one who goes Ladakh does not go on Monday and Friday. More than two persons go between the one who goes Ladakh and E. C goes just after the one who goes Nainital. The one who goes Nainital does not go on Thursday. D goes on Monday and does not go at Varanasi and Nainital. G goes before A. B does not go at Nainital. A does not go Ladakh.

    Q1. Who among the following goes on Wednesday?
    (a) B
    (b) G
    (c) C
    (d) A
    (e) F

    Q2. Who among the following goes at Agra?
    (a) C
    (b) A
    (c) B
    (d) D
    (e) G

    Q3. How many persons goes between G and E?
    (a) One
    (b) Three
    (c) None
    (d) Four
    (e) Two

    Q4. Which of the following combination is true?
    (a) B-Kerala
    (b) C-Agra
    (c) F-Hampi
    (d) G-Nainital
    (e) None is true

    Q5. Which of the following person goes on Saturday?
    (a) A
    (b) E
    (c) F
    (d) B
    (e) None of these

    Directions (6-8): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    Point X is 4m west of point K. Point K is 10m north of point H. Point H is 2m north of point B. Point B is 4m south of point G. Point G is 6m east of point M. Point M is 9m west of point T.

    Q6. What is the shortest distance between T and B?
    (a) 5m
    (b) 6m
    (c) 3m
    (d) 7m
    (e) None of these

    Q7. In which direction point X with respect to point B?
    (a) South-west
    (b) North-east
    (c) North-west
    (d) North
    (e) None of these

    Q8. If point O is 7m north of point M then in which direction point O with respect to point K?
    (a) North-west
    (b) North-east
    (c) South-west
    (d) South-east
    (e) None of these

    Directions (9-10): In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statements and select the appropriate answer. Give answer-
    (a) If only conclusion I is true
    (b) If only conclusion II is true
    (c) If both conclusions I and II are true.
    (d) If either conclusion I or II is true
    (e) If neither conclusion I nor II is true.

     

    Directions (11-13): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    Six persons in the family having six different age. P is older than Q. T is older than P. S is younger than R. P is third youngest person in the family. R is younger than V and older than S. T is not older than R. S is not the youngest person. The age of second oldest is 55years.

    Q11. Who among the following person is older than T?
    (a) P
    (b) S
    (c) V
    (d) R
    (e) Both (c) and (d)

    Q12. How many persons are older than S?
    (a) Three
    (b) Four
    (c) Five
    (d) One
    (e) None of these

    Q13. If age of P is 50years than what may be the age of T?
    (a) 51yr
    (b) 45yr
    (c) 57yr
    (d) 62yr
    (e) 47yr

    Q14. How many such pairs of letters (Both forward and backward direction) are there in the word “Basketball”, each of which has as many alphabets between them as they have according to English alphabetical series?
    (a) None
    (b) One
    (c) Two
    (d) Three
    (e) More than three

    Q15. In a class, Mohit rank is 21st from the right and Aman’s rank is 21st from the left and Ankur sits second to the left of Mohit who is sitting on the immediate right of Aman, then how many students are there in the class?
    (a) 45
    (b) 39
    (c) 42
    (d) 44
    (e) 46

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For Bank Mains Exams 2021- 14th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    Seven persons J, K, L, M, N, O and P are living in a seven floor building but not necessary in the same order. They were born on different month of the same year August, October, September, April, June, February and July but not necessary in the same order. The ground floor is numbered 1, while the topmost floor is numbered as 7. L lives one of the odd number floors below the floor number 4. The person who lives on 4th floor was born in June and L was not born on August and February. There is only one person living between P and the person who was born in June. P lives below the person who celebrates his birthday in June and P was not born in April. The number of persons living between K and O is same as that between K and P. The person who is the second youngest lives on an even number floor but not on the top floor. There are two persons living between L and K. J is the oldest and lives on an odd numbered floor but not on the lowermost floor. There is only one person living between K and O who was not born in September. There are three persons living between the person who was born in September and the person who was born in April. The person who lives on topmost floor was not born in August. There is only one person living between L and M who was born in July and lives below the person who was born in June.

    Q1. The youngest person amongst them lives on which of the following floors?
    (a) Third
    (b) Fourth
    (c) Fifth
    (d) First
    (e) Seventh

    Q2. How many floors are below the floor on which N lives?
    (a) Three
    (b) Four
    (c) Five
    (d) Six
    (e) Seven

    Q3. Who among the following lives on the second floor when all the persons are arranged in increasing order of their ages from bottom to top?
    (a) K
    (b) M
    (c) N
    (d) O
    (e) P

    Q4. N was born in?
    (a) October
    (b) August
    (c) June
    (d) July
    (e) September

    Q5. How many persons are living below the oldest member of them all?
    (a) Seven
    (b) Five
    (c) Four
    (d) Less than four
    (e) None of these.

    Directions (6-10): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.
    A number arrangement machine when given an input of numbers/words, rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input air steps of rearrangement.

    Input: sing 96 23 come air upper 24 beach elephant 33

    Step I: 33 sing 96 23 come air upper 24 beach elephant
    Step II: 33 23 sing 96 come air upper 24 beach elephant
    Step III: 33 23 96 sing come air upper 24 beach elephant
    Step IV: 33 23 96 24 sing come air upper beach elephant
    Step V: 33 23 96 24 air sing come upper beach elephant
    Step VI: 33 23 96 24 air elephant sing come upper beach
    Step VII: 33 23 96 24 air elephant upper sing come beach
    Step VIII: 33 23 96 24 air elephant upper beach sing come
    Step IX: 33 23 96 24 air elephant upper beach come sing
    This is the final arrangement and step IX is the last step for this input.
    Answer the following questions based on the input given below.

    Input: with 17 shout 58 93 over inter year 22

    Q6. Which of the following is the second step for input?
    (a) 93 17 with 58 shout over inter year 22
    (b) 93 with 17 shout 58 over inter year 22
    (c) 93 17 with shout 58 over inter year 22
    (d) 58 17 with shout 93 over inter year 22
    (e) None of these

    Q7. Which of the following is the last step of above input?
    (a) III
    (b) VI
    (c) VII
    (d) IX
    (e) None of these

    Q8. Which is the following step?
    Step: 93 17 58 22 inter with shout over year
    (a) VI
    (b) III
    (c) IV
    (d) V
    (e) There is no such shout

    Q9. What is 4th element from right end in Step III?
    (a) 22
    (b) 58
    (c) inter
    (d) over
    (e) with

    Q10. Which of the following elements lies exactly between 58 and inter in step VI ?
    (a) year
    (b) with
    (c) 22
    (d) 93
    (e) shout

    Directions (11-15): Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II, III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
    (a) If statements I is sufficient to answer the question, but statement II by itself is not sufficient to answer the question.
    (b)If statement II by itself is sufficient to answer the question, but statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
    (c) If statement either I or II is sufficient to answer the question.
    (d) If both the statements I and II taken together are not sufficient to answer the question.
    (e) If both the statements I and II taken together are sufficient to answer the question.

    Q11. Who is tallest among five friends A, B, C, D and E?
    I. D is taller than C but just shorter than E.
    II. E is shorter than A and B is shorter than E.

    Q12. How is B related to A?
    I. A is B’s father’s only sister.
    II. S is mother B who is the daughter of C.

    Q13. How is ‘M’ written in a code language?
    I. “Come” is written as “3245” and “Monkey” is written as “427150” in that language.
    II. “Hema” is written as “6423” and “Mohit” is written as 21675.

    Q14. Who sits immediate left of G, if all persons sit in a row are facing north?
    I. S sits third to the right of T. There is only three persons sit between T and G.
    II. Q sits second to the left of G. Not more than eight persons sit in a row.

    Q15. On which day book A was sold?
    I. Book A was sold one of the days after Tuesday but before Sunday.
    II. Book A was sold one of the days before Saturday but after Wednesday.

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    Solution (6-10):
    Sol. Students let us understand the Logic behind this Question and lets understand how to solve it. As a first step lets first understand the logic behind the Output. If you will see the final output you will observe the following:

    (i) The machine rearranges one element in each step
    (ii) Firstly, the odd numbers are arranged in descending order in each step.
    (iii) After this, even numbers also arranged in descending order.
    (iv) After the arrangement of all the numbers, if 1st letter of word is vowel then it is arranged in alphabetical order in each step.
    (v) After the arrangement of vowels, the words starting with a consonant are also arranged in alphabetical order in each step.

    Input: with 17 shout 58 93 over inter year 22
    Step I: 93 with 17 shout 58 over inter year 22
    Step II: 93 17 with shout 58 over inter year 22
    Step III: 93 17 58 with shout over inter year 22
    Step IV: 93 17 58 22 with shout over inter year
    Step V: 93 17 58 22 inter with shout over year
    Step VI: 93 17 58 22 inter over with shout year
    Step VII: 93 17 58 22 inter over shout with year

    S6. Ans.(c)

    S7. Ans.(c)

    S8. Ans.(d)

    S9. Ans.(d)

    S10. Ans.(c)

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For ECGC PO 2021- 14th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
    Eight persons X, Y, Z, P, Q, R, A and B live on eight different floors of building in such a way that the ground floor is numbered as 1 and the floor just above it is numbered as 2 and so on till top floor which is numbered as 8. Each person likes different cars i.e. Datsun, Toyota, MG, BMW, Suzuki, Tata, Honda and Kia. All information is not necessarily in same order.
    P does not live on 8th floor. The one who likes Tata lives below from the one who likes Toyota. The one who lives on 3rd floor likes Toyota. There are two floors between the one who likes the Toyota and B. X does not live on even numbered floor and lives above A, who lives on even numbered floor. There are two floors between A and Y, who likes Tata. There are three floors between the one who likes Honda and the one who likes Datsun but the one who likes Datsun lives below the one who likes Honda. The one who likes Honda live immediately below X. R lives immediately above the floor on which Z lives. A likes BMW. The one who likes Kia lives immediately above the floor on which X lives. P does not like Suzuki. Y lives either on Ground floor or Top floor. Q lives above P.

    Q1. Who among the following lives on 3rd floor?
    (a) Q
    (b) R
    (c) Z
    (d) Y
    (e) X

    Q2. How many persons live between the one who likes Honda and Q?
    (a) None
    (b) One
    (c) Two
    (d) Three
    (e) None of these

    Q3. Who among the following lives on 5th floor?
    (a) B
    (b) Z
    (c) R
    (d) A
    (e) P

    Q4. Who among the following person likes Datsun?
    (a) Y
    (b) P
    (c) Z
    (d) X
    (e) B

    Q5. How many persons live below the floor on which A lives?
    (a) None
    (b) One
    (c) Two
    (d) Three
    (e) None of these

    Q6. If ‘A $ B’ means ‘A is the son of B’, ‘A @ B’ means ‘A is the mother of B, ‘A % B’ means ‘A is son-in law of B and ‘A # B’ means ‘A is the daughter of B’ then in ‘P $ R # M % N’ how is N related to R?
    (a) Daughter
    (b) Grandfather
    (c) Grandmother
    (d) Can’t determined
    (e) None of these

    Q7. Pointing towards a girl in a Photograph Riya, who is a female said, “she is the only daughter of the son of my mother’s father’s only sister. How is Riya related to that girl?
    (a) Paternal Aunt
    (b) Daughter
    (c) Cousin
    (d) Maternal Aunt
    (e) None of these

    Directions (8-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
    M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T and W are nine persons living in the same house. There are three married couple in the house. M is the only daughter of P, who is the paternal grandfather of T. R is the son of Q. T is the daughter of S. N is the mother of S. N is not married to P. O is the maternal grandfather of T. R is the father of T. T is sister of W.

    Q8. How is M related to S?
    (a) Mother in-law
    (b) Sister in-law
    (c) Father in-law
    (d) Sister
    (e) Can’t determined

    Q9. How is W related to R?
    (a) Son
    (b) Father
    (c) Daughter
    (d) Can’t determined
    (e) None of these

    Q10. Which of the following is the pair of “husband-wife”?
    (a) P, N
    (b) O, P
    (c) M, S
    (d) Q, N
    (e) R, S

    Directions (11-15): In each of the questions given below some statements are followed by some conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

    Q11. Statements:
    All Green are tea
    All tea is coffee
    Some tea are time
    Conclusion:
    I. Some time is Coffee
    II. All Coffee can never be Tea
    III. All green is time
    (a) Only II is true
    (b) Only III is true
    (c) Both II and III is true
    (d) Only I is true
    (e) None of these

    Q12. Statements:
    Some Distance are speed
    No Speed is Glass
    All Dust is speed
    Conclusion:
    I. No distance is Glass
    II. All glass can never be distance
    III. No dust is glass
    (a) Both I and III is true
    (b) Both I and II is true
    (c) Only III is true
    (d) Only II is true
    (e) None of these

    Q13. Statements:
    Some Days are Road
    All Road are City
    Only a few city are state
    Conclusion:
    I. All state can be road
    II. All Days can be city
    III. Some road are state
    (a) Both II and III is true
    (b) Only III is true
    (c) Both I and II is true
    (d) Both I and III is true
    (e) None of these

    Q14. Statements:
    Only Food is Tasty
    Some food are Sweet
    Only a few sweet are sugar
    Conclusions:
    I. Some food are not sugar
    II. Some sugar can be tasty
    III. All food are sugar
    (a) Only II follows
    (b) Only II follows
    (c) Only III follows
    (d) Either I and III follow
    (e) None follows

    Q15. Statements:
    All Gold is silver
    All diamond is silver
    Some diamond is iron
    Conclusions:
    I. Some silver are iron
    II. Some gold can be Diamond
    III. All silver can be gold
    (a) Only I follows
    (b) Only II and III follow
    (c) Either I and III follow
    (d) Only I and III follow
    (e) None of these

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For Bank Mains Exams 2021- 13th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below-
    Eight persons are sitting around a square table. All of them have different number of books. Persons who sits at corner have even number of books and faces inside while persons who sits middle of the side have odd number of books and faces outside. The person who has highest number of books is 44.
    U sits third to the right of T. R sits third to the right of S who has second heights number of books. R is not an immediate neighbour of U. V sits second to the right of the one who sits third to the left of W. Q sits second right of the one who has square of an odd number of books. W has 11 books less than U. P has even number of books but 6 more than R. Q has 5 books. V has 5 books more than S. P has just half number of books than V who sits second to the right of P. U has number of books which is square of an even number. T has only one book more than R and he is not an immediate neighbour of V.

    Q1. Who among the following has 39 books?
    (a) R
    (b) S
    (c) U
    (d) T
    (e) V

    Q2. Who among the following sits second to the left of W?
    (a) the one who has 17 books
    (b) U
    (c) S
    (d) the one who has 22 books
    (e) Q

    Q3. Who among the following sits second to the right of the one who third to the left of S?
    (a) W
    (b) Q
    (c) T
    (d) R
    (e) P

    Q4. Four of the following five from a group, which among the following does not belong to this group?
    (a) T
    (b) the one who has 5 books
    (c) S
    (d) the one who has 36 books
    (e) W

    Q5. What is the position of V with respect to U?
    (a) Immediate left
    (b) Second to the right
    (c) Second to the left
    (d) Third to the right
    (e) Fourth to the left

    Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
    In coded language
    “Today Speaker Nation” is coded as – ‘7JF 5KB 6YP’
    “Migration News Soldiers” is coded as – ‘4UX 8KS 9QP’
    “Between Luxury Business” is coded as – ‘8ET 7UF 6ES

    Q6. What can be the code of ‘fruit autumn’?
    (a) 3LO 5HJ
    (b) 5HI 6GH
    (c) 6EN 5HJ
    (d) 2JK 4HK
    (e)None of these

    Q7. What can be the code of ‘Important Arise’?
    (a) 8OM 4TH
    (b) 5HT 9MO
    (c) 6MN 7GH
    (d) 5HT 6OM
    (e)None of these

    Q8. What can be the code of ‘Calendar Update’?
    (a) 9BY 5HK
    (b) 7GB 6HI
    (c) 5KD 9FT
    (d) 8YB 6JU
    (e) None of these

    Q9. What can be the code of ‘Without Crossword’?
    (a) 8LK 5FH
    (b) 6HO 7UG
    (c) 7VQ 8SH
    (d) 9SH 7VL
    (e) 7QV 9HS

    Q10. What can be the code of ‘Other Picture’?
    (a) 5FF 7QS
    (b) 6FT 8MN
    (c) 7QS 6FD
    (d) 9GH 5QS
    (e) None of these

    Directions (11-13): 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.

    Point A is @10m of point B. Point E is &6m of point D. Point G is $10m of point F. Point C is &20m of point B. Point E is #5m of point F. Point D is @5m of point C.

    Q11. What is the direction of point F with respect to B?
    (a) #@
    (b) @&
    (c) $#
    (d) @$
    (e) &#

    Q12. If point P is &8m to point B. What is the shortest distance between P and D?
    (a) 16m
    (b) 25m
    (c) 12m
    (d) 13m
    (e) 18m

    Q13. What is the direction of point E with respect to A?
    (a) $@
    (b) $&
    (c) #&
    (d) @$
    (e) #@

    Directions (14-15): In making decisions about important questions, it is desirable to be able to distinguish between “Strong” arguments and “Weak” arguments in so far as they relate to the question. “Strong” arguments are those which are both important and directly related to the question. “Weak” arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question.
    Instructions: Each question below is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument. Give answer
    (a) if only argument I is strong.
    (b) if only argument II is strong.
    (c) if either I or II is strong.
    (d) if neither I nor II is strong ; and
    (e) if both I and II are strong.

    Q14. Statement: Should only reputed NGOs be authorized to distribute the commodities to the public under the programme of Public Distribution System (PDS)?
    Arguments:
    I. Yes, the move will be helpful to implement the programme more effectively and will keep a tab on various problems like black marketing of the commodities supplied under PDS.
    II. Yes, NGOs have helped government on many occasions.

    Q15. Statement: Should vacation of Central government employees be reduced?
    Arguments:
    I. Yes, increase in number of working days will speed up the work done by the Central government employees, as a result of which people will get service from these employees in reasonable time.
    II. Yes, vacation makes the employees lazy and reduces the stamina of employees to work for long hours.

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    S14. Ans.(a)
    Sol. Only I is strong because it will make the PDS programme more meaningful and purposeful. II is weak because it adds nothing substantial to the statement.

    S15. Ans.(a)
    Sol. II is weak argument because it wrongly assumes that vacation makes employees lazy and less hardworking. I is strong because lesser vacation ensures higher working days. And no doubt increase in the number of working days will reduce the work pending.

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For ECGC PO 2021- 13th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    Eight persons K, L, M, N, O, P, Q and R are sitting around a circular table. Some of them face inside and some of them face outside. All information is not necessarily in same order.
    Two persons sit between L and R. L sits opposite to P and both of them face towards center. O sits immediate left of K. M sits immediate left of R. Q sits second to the right of N. N sits third to the left of M. Q doesn’t sit opposite to the person who sits immediate right of L. One person sits between O and P. K faces same direction as O and Q. P is not immediate neighbor of O. Immediate neighbor of K face opposite direction to each other.

    Q1. Which of the following sits third to left of Q?
    (a) P
    (b) K
    (c) O
    (d) N
    (e) None of these

    Q2. Who among the following sits third to the right of L?
    (a) Q
    (b) O
    (c) R
    (d) M
    (e) None of these

    Q3. How many persons sit between M and K when counted from left of K?
    (a) Four
    (b) Two
    (c) More than four
    (d) Three
    (e) None

    Q4. Who among the following sits second to the right of O?
    (a) The one who sits immediate left of N
    (b) M
    (c) R
    (d) The one who sits second to right of M
    (e) None of these

    Q5. Four of the following five are alike in certain way based from a group, find the one that does not belong to that group?
    (a) R
    (b) P
    (c) L
    (d) O
    (e) M

    Directions (6-10): Study the information and answer the following questions:
    In a certain code language,
    ‘Fate red mobile peace’ is coded as ‘ka la ho ga’,
    ‘prepare and honour Fate’ is coded as ‘mo ta pa ka’,
    ‘peace values hero prepare’ is coded as ‘zi la ne mo’ and
    ‘prepare values honour Fate’ is coded as ‘zi mo ka ta’.

    Q6. What is the code for ‘prepare’ in the given code language?
    (a) mo
    (b) ta
    (c) pa
    (d) ka
    (e) None of these

    Q7. What is the code for ‘peace’ in the given code language?
    (a) ta
    (b) mo
    (c) Either pa or mo
    (d) la
    (e) Either mo or ta

    Q8. What is the code for ‘Fate’ in the given code language?
    (a) ta
    (b) ka
    (c) either ta or ka
    (d) zi
    (e)mo

    Q9. What may be the possible code for ‘Black red mobile’ in the given code language?
    (a) ki ho ga
    (b) mo ho ga
    (c) ki ho mo
    (d) ga zi ki
    (e) xi ka ta

    Q10. What may be the code for ‘values peace’ in the given code language?
    (a) la ne
    (b) ga la
    (c)zi ka
    (d) zi ki
    (e) la zi

    Directions (11-15): In these questions, relationship between different elements is show in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statements and select the appropriate answer:

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For Bank Mains Exams 2021- 12th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    Six persons sit around a triangular table in such a way that three persons sit at three corners of table and face towards the center and rest sits each at middle of the side of triangle and face outside the center. All of them live on six different floors of the building in such a way that ground floor is no. as 1 and top floor is no. as 6 and each of them belongs to six different places i.e. Gurgaon, Noida, Delhi, Jaipur, Agra and Rewari but not necessary in same order.
    N faces inside and lives on an even number floor. One person sits between N and the one who belongs to Gurgaon. J belongs to Rewari. The one who belongs to Noida live just below the one who belongs to Delhi. K is immediate neighbor of the one who belongs to Gurgaon. More than three persons live between L and the one who belongs to Delhi. M lives on the 4th floor. The one who lives on first floor sits second to the left of K. The one who lives just below the one who belongs to Noida sits immediate left of K. The one who belongs to Agra lives just below and sits third to the right of the one who belongs to Jaipur. O face outside and not immediate neighbor of M. K does not belong to Delhi. L does not belong to Gurgaon.

    Q1. Who among the following sits second to the right of M?
    (a) J
    (b) N
    (c) K
    (d) L
    (e) O

    Q2. Who among the following belongs to Delhi?
    (a) K
    (b) M
    (c) The one who belongs to 2nd floor
    (d) The one who sits second to the right of K
    (e) None of these

    Q3. Who among the following person belongs to Agra?
    (a) J
    (b) M
    (c) L
    (d) N
    (e) K

    Q4. How many persons live between K and the one who sits second to the left of J?
    (a) Two
    (b) One
    (c) Four
    (d) Three
    (e) No one

    Q5. Which of the following combination is true?
    (a) O-Noida
    (b) M-Gurgaon
    (c) L-Jaipur
    (d) K- Rewari
    (e) None is true

    Directions (6-8): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
    (a) If statements I alone is sufficient to answer the question, but statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
    (b) If statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, but statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
    (c) If statement either I or II is sufficient to answer the question.
    (d) If both the statements I and II taken together are not sufficient to answer the questions.
    (e) If both the statements I and II taken together are sufficient to answer the questions.

    Q6. Six persons D, U, K, L, M and N are sitting in linear row and facing north. Who among sits second to the left of K?
    I. Two persons sits between L and M. One person sits between K and L. D is not immediate neighbor of L.
    II. D sits third to the left of K. U is immediate neighbor of D. K does not sit extreme end of the row.

    Q7. How many children are there between P and G in a row of children?
    I. P is tenth from the right end in the row of 40 children.
    II. G sits twelfth from left end of the row.

    Q8. How is F related to A?
    I. A is son in law of D. B is daughter of F.
    II. H is brother in law of B.

    Directions (9-10): Each of the questions below, consist a question and three statements numbered I, II and III. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read the three statements and Give answer
    (a) If the data in statement I and II together are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement III are not required to answer the question.
    (b) If the data in statement I and III together are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II are not required to answer the question.
    (c) If the data in statement II and III are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I are not required to answer the question.
    (d) If the data in all three statements I, II and III together are necessary to answer the question.
    (e) If the data in all the statements, I, II and III even together are not sufficient to answer the question.

    Q9. Who among J, K, L, M, N, O and P is heaviest?
    I. J is third lightest person. N is heaviest than M and K.
    II. K is lighter than M and O. O is not the heaviest.
    III. P is third heaviest person. L is heavier than P. Neither L nor N is heaviest.

    Q10. Eight persons are sitting in a circular table. Some of them face towards center and some of them away from the center then who among the following sits second to the right of L?
    I. N face T, who sits second to the right of S. P sits third left of R.
    II. S sits third to the right of M. Two persons sit between S and R. Immediate neighbor of S face opposite direction to each other. S and L face opposite direction to each other.
    III. L sits third to the right of P and immediate left of M. The one who is immediate right of M sits second to the right of S, who face towards center. N is immediate neighbor of P who faces towards the center.

    Directions (11-14): Each of these questions is based on the following information:
    (i) A @ B means A is the mother of B.
    (ii) A * B means A is the daughter of B.
    (iii) A $ B means A is the brother of B.
    (iv) A # B means A is the son of B.
    (v) A % B means A is the father of B
    (vi) A & B means A is the husband of B

    Q11. Who among the following is ‘grandmother of T’ in this relation- ‘T*W#Y&U@O$L%M’?
    (a) Y
    (b) L
    (c) M
    (d) U
    (e) Can’t be determine

    Q12. If the expression ‘H@R&T*Y#I$O%L&X’ true, then which of the following is true?
    (a) O is father of Y
    (b) R is son in law of H
    (c) X is daughter in law of O
    (d) L is uncle of I
    (e) None is true

    Q13. If the expression ‘R@T#Y$U&N@M$C’ true, then which of the following is false?
    (a) U is father of C
    (b) Y is brother in law of N
    (c) R is sister in law of U
    (d) T is brother in law of C
    (e) All are true

    Q14. Which of the following shows the relation that ‘H is brother in law of V’?
    (a) V*X@M$J#H%C&B
    (b) B&V*X%C@M$J#H
    (c) C@M$J#B#V*X%H
    (d) X%C@M$J#H#B&V
    (e) None of these

    Q15. A lady says to a man, “Your Son’s only brother in law is only son in law of my brother only sister.” How is the lady’s daughter related to the man’s daughter in law?
    (a) Sister
    (b) Mother
    (c) Mother in law
    (d) Granddaughter
    (e) Sister in law

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For ECGC PO 2021- 12th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    An uncertain number of persons sit in a linear row in such a way that all of them faces towards north direction. Four Persons sit between H and A. R sits second to the right of A. I sits third to the left of R. As many persons sit between S and B as many between B and H. Four persons sit between R and S. H is not immediate neighbor of B. M sits seventh to the right of B and third from one of the extreme ends of row. I sits fifth from the one of the extreme end of the row. Not more than three persons sit between I and H.

    Q1. How many persons sit in the row?
    (a) 16
    (b) 17
    (c) 15
    (d) 14
    (e)18

    Q2. Who among the following person sit second to the right of the one who sits eleventh from the right end of row?
    (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) I
    (d) R
    (e) S

    Q3. How many persons sit between I and S?
    (a) Six
    (b) Seven
    (c) Eight
    (d) Five
    (e) Nine

    Q4. If As many persons sit between A and T as many between T and M then how is T related to M?
    (a) Third to the left
    (b) Fourth to the left
    (c) Fifth to the right
    (d) Fourth to the right
    (e) None of these

    Q5. If Y sits exactly between H and I then how is B related to Y?
    (a) Third to the right
    (b) Fourth to the left
    (c) Second to the right
    (d) Immediate left
    (e) None of these

    Directions (6-10): Following questions are based on the five three-digit numbers given below.

        645    826    721    395    548

    Q6. What will be the difference when second digit of the 3rd lowest number is multiplied with the first digit of the highest number and first digit of the 2nd highest number is multiplied with the second digit of the lowest number?
    (a) 21
    (b) 30
    (c) 31
    (d)26
    (e) None of these

    Q7. If all the digits in each of the numbers are arranged in increasing order within the number then, which of the following number will become the lowest in the new arrangement of numbers?
    (a) 826
    (b) 395
    (c) 645
    (d) 721
    (e) 548

    Q8. If one is added to the third digit of each of the numbers and one is subtracted to the second digit of each number then, how many numbers thus formed will be completely divisible by two in new arrangement?
    (a) Three
    (b) One
    (c) None
    (d) Two
    (e) Four

    Q9. If all the numbers are arranged in decreasing order from right to left then, which of the following will be the sum of all the three digits of the number which is 4th from the left in the new arrangement?
    (a) 10
    (b) 15
    (c) 16
    (d) 17
    (e) None of these

    Q10. If the positions of the first and the third digits of each of the numbers are interchanged then, how many even numbers will be formed?
    (a) One
    (b) Two
    (c) Three
    (d) None
    (e) Four

    Directions (11-13): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    Eight persons in the three generations of the family. H is son in law of K. K is Sister in law of Y. M and L are the son of P. L is nephew of U. H does not have any sibling. U is daughter of G. Y is not married.

    Q11. How is G related to P?
    (a) Father in law
    (b) Father
    (c) Mother in law
    (d) Mother
    (e) None of these

    Q12. How is L related to K?
    (a) Grandfather
    (b) Grandmother
    (c) Granddaughter
    (d) Grandson
    (e) None of these

    Q13. How is Y related to U?
    (a) Uncle
    (b) father
    (c) Son
    (d) Aunt
    (e) Can’t be determined

    Q14. How many words can be formed from the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 11th letter of a word ‘PARTNERSHIP’ by using each letter once in the word?
    (a) None
    (b) One
    (c) Three
    (d) Two
    (e) More than three

    Q15. How many pairs of letters (both forward and backward direction) are there in the word “STRENGTHEN” each of which have as many letters between them in the word as they have between them in the English alphabetical series?
    (a) One
    (b) Three
    (c) None
    (d) More than three
    (e) Two

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For Bank Mains Exams 2021- 11th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the question given below-
    Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting around a circular table. Four of them faces toward center while the rest of them faces opposite to center. Each of them was born in a different month of the same year starting from January to August but not necessarily in the same order.
    T was born in February. S who is the second youngest sits opposite to P. The persons who were born in June and March are sitting opposite to each other. R who was born in the month of May is an immediate neighbour of P. The person who was born in April sits third to the right of U. W is the youngest and sits opposite to T. V faces opposite direction of U. Both the immediate neighbours of P are facing towards the center. Q sits second to the right of T. T sits third to the right of S who faces outside. S is an immediate neighbour of Q. W faces towards the center. V is older than U. Only one person sits between S and U who is not immediate neighbor of T.

    Q1. Who among the following was born in the month of March?
    (a) Q
    (b) R
    (c) V
    (d) P
    (e) W

    Q2. Who among the following sits third to the left of the person who was born in May?
    (a) P
    (b) R
    (c) T
    (d) S
    (e) W

    Q3. Who among the following is the third youngest person?
    (a) Q
    (b) R
    (c) T
    (d) P
    (e) U

    Q4. How many persons facing towards the centre are older than Q?
    (a) Three
    (b) One
    (c) Two
    (d) Four
    (e) None of these

    Q5. The person sitting third to the right of P was born in which of the following months?
    (a) January
    (b) February
    (c) August
    (d) April
    (e) None of these

    Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions. In a certain code language:-
    “Ordinary Through Political Career” is written as ‘B4L S18G O12K I18X’.
    “Leader Earlier Allegiance” is written as ‘I1O I18V V12Z’.
    “Advantage Introduced Variables” is written as ‘V22Z W20R H18E’.

    Q6. “Chemistry” will be coded as?
    (a) B5X
    (b) B4X
    (c) X5B
    (d) X6B
    (e) None of these

    Q7. “Random” will be coded as?
    (a) W1X
    (b) N14I
    (c) X18W
    (d) I15N
    (e) None of these

    Q8. What is the code for “Political”?
    (a) I18X
    (b) W20R
    (c) O12K
    (d) I1O
    (e) None of these

    Q9. Which will be the code for ‘Evening’?
    (a) R5C
    (b) T8U
    (c) S9K
    (d) T5V
    (e) None of these

    Q10. What is the code for “Developer”?
    (a) W22I
    (b) I20R
    (c) U22L
    (d) I22W
    (e) None of these

    Directions (11-15): In the following questions, the symbols @, #, %, $ and * are used with the following meaning as illustrated below-
    P@Q – P is neither greater than nor equal to Q
    P%Q – P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q
    P#Q – P is not greater than Q
    P$Q – P is not smaller than Q
    P*Q- P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q
    Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statement 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: – Z@Y, Y%X, X*W, W$V
    Conclusions: – (I) Y%V (II) Z%V
    (a) Only conclusion I follows
    (b) Only conclusion II follows
    (c) Either conclusion I or II follows
    (d) Neither conclusion I nor II follow
    (e) Both conclusion I and II follows

    Q12. Statements: – Z%Y, Y*X, X#W, W*V
    Conclusions: – (I) Z%X (II) V$Y
    (a) Only conclusion I follows
    (b) Only conclusion II follows
    (c) Either conclusion I or II follows
    (d) Neither conclusion I nor II follow
    (e) Both conclusion I and II follows

    Q13. Statements: – Z*Y, Y$X, X#W, W@V
    Conclusions: – (I) V*Z (II) X%Z
    (a) Only conclusion I follows
    (b) Only conclusion II follows
    (c) Either conclusion I or II follows
    (d) Neither conclusion I nor II follow
    (e) Both conclusion I and II follows

    Q14. Statements: – Z$Y, Y$X, X*W, W@V
    Conclusions: – (I) Z$V (II) V%X
    (a) Only conclusion I follows
    (b) Only conclusion II follows
    (c) Either conclusion I or II follows
    (d) Neither conclusion I nor II follow
    (e) Both conclusion I and II follows

    Q15. Statements: – Z%V, V@X, X%Y, Y*W
    Conclusions: – (I) X%W (II) Y@Z
    (a) Only conclusion I follows
    (b) Only conclusion II follows
    (c) Either conclusion I or II follows
    (d) Neither conclusion I nor II follow
    (e) Both conclusion I and II follows

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For ECGC PO 2021- 11th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
    Six employees of a company are working on six different designation of a company viz. CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE. All the designations given are to be considered in a given order (as CMD is considered as Senior-most and JE is considered as the Junior-most). All of them like different beverages. The one who likes Tea is senior to the one who likes Lassi but junior to K. M likes Smoothie and junior to N. More than two persons are senior to O who is not COO of the company. The one who is JE of the company does not like Lassi. P is junior to N but senior to O. The one who is COO of the company likes Mojito. The one who likes Coffee is senior to the one who likes Juice. N neither likes Tea nor Lassi. Not more than three persons are senior to L who is junior to K. P is senior to L. N is not the senior most of the company.

    Q1. Who among the following person likes Tea?
    (a) O
    (b) the one who is CEO of the company
    (c) L
    (d) The one who is Junior to O
    (e) None of these

    Q2. Who among the following is JE of the company?
    (a) N
    (b) O
    (c) P
    (d) M
    (e) None of these

    Q3. The one who is CMD of the company likes which of the following beverage?
    (a) Juice
    (b) Lassi
    (c) Coffee
    (d) Tea
    (e) None of these

    Q4. How many persons are junior to the one who likes Juice?
    (a) Four
    (b) Three
    (c) Two
    (d) One
    (e) None

    Q5. What is the designation of O in the company?
    (a) MD
    (b) CEO
    (c) JE
    (d) SE
    (e) None of these

    Directions (6-10): In each of the questions below are given some statements followed by some Conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even, if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
    (a) If both conclusions I and II follow.
    (b) If only conclusion I follows.
    (c) If only conclusion II follows.
    (d) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
    (e) If either conclusion I or II follows.

    Q6. Statements:
    Some Rat are mouse
    All mouse are cat
    All cat are toy
    Conclusions:
    I: No rat is Toy
    II: Some Toy are Rat

    Q7. Statements:
    Some Ram are Rom
    Some Disc are Ram
    No Ram is Glass
    Conclusions:
    I: Some Rom are not Glass
    II: Some disc are not Glass

    Q8. Statements:
    All Reason are Valid
    No Valid are Forest
    Some Forest are Tea
    Conclusions:
    I. All Tea can never be Valid
    II. Some Reason are Tea

    Q9. Statements:
    No mail is inbox
    Some inbox are Spam
    All Spam are Trash
    Conclusions:
    I. Some Trash are Inbox
    II. No Spam are Mail

    Q10. Statements:
    No grapes are Green
    All Green are Yellow
    No Yellow is Red
    Conclusions:
    I. Some Yellow are Grapes
    II. Some Green are Red

    Directions (11-15): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statement are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and
    Given answer:
    (a) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
    (b) If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
    (c) If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
    (d) If the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
    (e) If the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

    Q11. What is the distance between point Q and point S?
    I. Point M is 4m to west of point T. Point P is 5m north of point S.
    II. Point P is 2m east of point Q. Point P is 2m west of point M.

    Q12. On which date Aman celebrate his birthday?
    I. Sultan correctly remembers Aman’s birthday is before 29th November but after 26th November.
    II. Monu remembers Aman’s birthday will be after 27th November but before 30th November.

    Q13. Who amongst J, K, L, M, and N is the tallest person?
    I. M is shorter than K and L. N is taller than J.
    II. M is taller than only two persons. L is shorter than M.

    Q14. Six persons P, Q, R, S, T, and U sitting in a row facing north. Who among the following sits immediate right of R?
    I. Three persons sit between Q and R, who does not sit at the extreme end of the row.
    II. P sits immediate right of S and immediate left to the one, who sits second to the left of T.

    Q15. Is N is the sister of R?
    (i) P is the son of M who is husband of N. Q is mother of R.
    (ii) P is the grandson of O who is parent of R. Q is mother in law of M.

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  • Reasoning Ability Quiz For Bank Mains Exams 2021- 10th January

    Directions (1-5): Study the information and answer the following questions:
    Eight family members are sitting in a row, some are facing north while some are facing south direction. There are three generations in the family.
    G is grandfather of D and sits fourth to the right of his son. E’s mother sits third to the left of E’s husband. More than three persons sit between G and H. C and G are facing opposite directions. D sits third to the right of her mother. B is son-in-law of A. G does not sit at ends. D is not an immediate neighbour of G. C is father of D and sits second to the left of D. F is sister-in-law of E and sits third to the right of her father-in-law. G’s wife sits second to the right of him and both are facing opposite direction to each other. D and H are cousin, and both are unmarried. A has one son and one daughter. Three persons are sitting in between H and his mother. E sits fourth right of H who is facing opposite direction of E. C’s wife facing south. E is married to B.

    Q1. Who among the following sits second the right of A?
    (a) C’s mother
    (b) F
    (c) E’s father
    (d) D
    (e) B

    Q2. Who among the following is husband of F?
    (a) G
    (b) B
    (c) H
    (d) C
    (e) D

    Q3. How many persons sit in between G and his daughter?
    (a) Two
    (b) None
    (c) Four
    (d) Three
    (e) More than Four

    Q4. What is the position of H with respect to his aunt?
    (a) Immediate left
    (b) Fourth to the right
    (c) Third to the left
    (d) Second to the right
    (e) None of these

    Q5. Four of the following five from a group, which among the following does not belong to this group?
    (a) H
    (b) A
    (c) F
    (d) E
    (e) D

    Directions (6-7): In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
    Give answer
    (a) If only assumption I is implicit
    (b) If only assumption II is implicit
    (c) If either I or II is implicit
    (d) If neither I nor II is implicit
    (e) If both I and II are implicit

    Q6. Statements: “If you ask me about the daunting challenges that I face, I would say that my government’s first priority is to improve the existing law and order situation. Then follows the issue of prices of commodities.” ___ Mr. ROY, a newly appointed PM of country CLINTON
    Assumptions:
    I. If a citizen of country CLINTON can sleep peacefully, he/she can then think of providing food to his/her family, ponder over education and move about freely in the country.
    II. Prices of the commodities affect the common man greatly.

    Q7. Statements: “If you have any unresolved consumer disputes, do not feel that you are helpless, do not hesitate to assert your rights. Approach the District Consumer Forum for speedy redressal.” ____ Department of Consumer Affairs
    Assumptions:
    I. People don’t want to approach consumer forum due to the red-tapism in procedure adopted by the forum.
    II. Speedy redressal will attract more unresolved consumer disputes.

    Directions (8-10): Study the given information and answer the following question.
    A person starts walking from point X in west direction and walks 4m and reached at point Y. From point Y he takes a left turn and walks 6m to reach at point Q. Then he takes a right turn and walks 4m to reach at point Z, then turn his right and walks 3m and reached at point O. From point O, he walks 8m east and stop at point P.

    Q8. What is the shortest distance between point P and point Q?
    (a) 3m
    (b) 5m
    (c) 7m
    (d)10m
    (e)None of these

    Q9.Point X is in which direction of point Z?
    (a)South
    (b)North-east
    (c)South-east
    (d)West
    (e)None of these

    Q10. What is the shortest distance and direction of point P with respect to point X?
    (a) 3m, South
    (b) 6m, East
    (c) 5m. West
    (d) 3m, North
    (e) None of these

    Directions (11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

    When a word and number arrangement machine is given an input line of words and numbers, it arranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of Input and rearrangement.

    Input: news 61 below 77 after round 98 sound element 83 64

    Step 1: 61 news below 77 after round 98 sound element 83 64

    Step 2: 61 83 news below 77 after round 98 sound element 64

    Step 3: 61 83 after news below 77 round 98 sound element 64

    Step 4: 61 83 after element news below 77 round 98 sound 64

    Step 5: 61 83 after element 77 news below round 98 sound 64

    Step 6: 61 83 after element 77 below news round 98 sound 64

    Step 7: 61 83 after element 77 below news round sound 98 64

    Step 8: 61 83 after element 77 below news round sound 64 98

    And step 8 is the last step of the above input. As per the rules followed in the above step, find out the appropriate step for the given output.

    INPUT: emit random 23 violence 19 speaker 39 expert 33 award 28

    Q11. In step 7, what is the sum of first element from right end and sixth element from the left end?
    (a) 51
    (b) 67
    (c) 61
    (d) 72
    (e) 62

    Q12. What is the position of ‘expert’ in the step 6?
    (a) Seventh from the left
    (b) Sixth from the left
    (c) Fifth from the left
    (d) Sixth from the right
    (e) None of these

    Q13. Which element is exactly between the fifth from left and fifth from right in step 5?
    (a) random
    (b) 33
    (c) expert
    (d) violence
    (e) None of these

    Q14. Which step number would be the following output?
    “19 23 award emit expert 33 39 random violence speaker 28”
    (a) Step 7
    (b) Step 6
    (c) Step 5
    (d) Step 4
    (e) None of the Above

    Q15. Which of the following would be at the ninth position from the left end in step 6?
    (a) 33
    (b) Violence
    (c) Expert
    (d) 39
    (e) 28

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