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Reasoning Quiz for IBPS RRB Clerk Prelims: 13th August 2018

Reasoning Questions for NIACL ASSISTANT 2018

Reasoning Ability is an onerous section. With the increasing complexity of questions, it becomes hard for one to give it the cold shoulder. The only way to make the grade in this particular section in the forthcoming exams like NIACL ASSISTANT is to practice continuously with all your heart and soul. And, to let you practice with the best of the latest pattern questions, here is the Adda247 Reasoning Quiz based on the study plan and the exact same pattern of questions that are being asked in the exams.



Directions (1-5): In this question, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statement and select the appropriate answer. 



Only conclusion I is true
Only conclusion II is true
Either conclusion I or II is true
Both conclusions I and II are true
Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Solution:
I. R > W (False)        II. U = W (False)


Only conclusion I is true
Only conclusion II is true
Either conclusion I or II is true
Both conclusions I and II are true
Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Solution:
I. P > S (False)        II. P < S (False)

 Q3. Statements: A = K > X < L > N ≤ R; Q ≥ A; N = M 
          Conclusions: I. Q > X           II. K > M
Only conclusion I is true
Only conclusion II is true
Either conclusion I or II is true
Both conclusions I and II are true
Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Solution:
I. Q > X(True)         II. K > M (False)

Q4. Statements: J = K > X < L > N ≤ R; Q ≥ K; J < M 
          Conclusions: I. Q > X             II. X < M
Only conclusion I is true
Only conclusion II is true
Either conclusion I or II is true
Both conclusions I and II are true
Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Solution:
I. Q > X (True)            II. X < M (True)

Q5. Statements: J >K > X < L > N ≤ R; Q ≥ J < M 
          Conclusions: I. R < M             II. M ≥ R
Only conclusion I is true
Only conclusion II is true
Either conclusion I or II is true
Both conclusions I and II are true
Neither conclusion I nor II is true
Solution:
I. R < M(False)            II. M ≥ R (False)

Directions (6-10): Study the information and answer the following questions: In a certain code language 

‘eaten sweety an man’ is written as ‘ la bc ta zo ’
‘grass tree eaten group’ is written as ‘ cv vx la mo ’
‘group an yell ban’ is written as ‘ zo dv ea vx’ 
‘ban all sweety fruity’ is written as ‘fx ta kz dv ’

Q6. What is the code for ‘man’ in the given code language?
la
bc
ta
zo
None of these
Solution:

Q7. What is the code for ‘tree’ in the given code language?
cv
vx
la
mo
Cannot be determined
Solution:

Q8. What is the code for ‘yell’ in the given code language?
zo
dv
ea
vx
None of these
Solution:

Q9. What is the code for ‘ban’ in the given code language?
zo
dv
ea
vx
None of these
Solution:

Q10. What would be the possible code for ‘grass fruity taste’ in the given code language?
cv mo yu
fx kz ua
ua cv zo
sn cv fx
kz fx mo
Solution:

Directions (11- 15): 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 with 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: Some chairs are handles. 
                              All handles are pots. 
                              All pots are mats. 
                              Some mats are buses. 
       Conclusions: I. Some buses are handles. 
                             II. Some mats are chairs. 
                            III. No bus is a handle. 
                            IV. Some mats are handles.
Only I, II and IV follow
None follows
Only either I or III and II follow
Only either I or III and IV follow
Only either I or III, II and IV follow
Solution:


Q12. Statements: All birds are horses. 
                              All horses are tigers. 
                              Some tigers are lions. 
                             Some lions are monkeys. 
       Conclusions:  I. Some tigers are horses. 
                              II. Some monkeys are birds. 
                             III. Some tigers are birds. 
                              IV. Some monkeys are horses.
Only I & III follow
Only I, II & III follow
Only II, III & IV follow
All I, II, III & IV follow
None of these
Solution:


Q13. Statements: Some benches are walls. 
                              All walls are houses. 
                              Some houses are jungles. 
                             All jungles are roads. 
      Conclusions: I. Some roads are benches. 
                            II. Some jungles are walls. 
                           III. Some houses are benches. 
                            IV. Some roads are houses.
Only I and II follow
Only I & III follow
Only III and IV follow
Only II, III & IV follow
None of these
Solution:


Q14. Statements: Some sticks are lamps. 
                              Some flowers are lamps. 
                              Some lamps are dresses. 
                              All dresses are shirts. 
Conclusions: I. Some shirts are sticks. 
                      II. Some shirts are flowers. 
                     III. Some flowers are sticks. 
                      IV. Some dresses are sticks.
None follows
Only I follows
Only II follows
Only III follows
Only IV follows
Solution:

Q15. Statements: Some trains are cars. 
                             All cars are branches. 
                             All branches are nets. 
                            Some nets are dresses. 
       Conclusions: I. Some dresses are cars. 
                             II. Some nets are trains. 
                            III. Some branches are trains. 
                            IV. Some dresses are trains.
Only I and III follow
Only II & III follow
Only I and IV follow
Only II, III and IV follow
None of these
Solution:
               

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