Dear Aspirants,

Reasoning Questions for SBI Clerk 2018

Reasoning Ability is an onerous section. With the increasing complexity of questions, it becomes hard for one to give it the cold shoulder. Today is the Day 52 of the 60 Days SBI Clerk Prelims Study Plan. The only way to make the grade in this particular section in the forthcoming banking exams 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.

In a certain code language
car winner tea tray’ is written as ‘la ta ja sa
Might gray plan car’ is written as ‘ja pa ra da’
‘Is winner tea might’ is written as ‘da ta fa la’.

Q1. What is the code for ‘tray’?
(a) sa
(b) da
(c) ja
(d) la
(e) None of these

Q2. ‘car might in’ can be coded as?
(a) sa ja ra
(b) fa ja da
(c) da ra ta
(d) ja da ri
(e) None of these

Q3. What is the code for ‘gray’?
(a) ra
(b) pa
(c) Either ra or pa
(d) da
(e) None of these

Q4. Which of the following is the code for ‘is’?
(a) ta
(b) da
(c) la
(d) fa
(e) None of these

Q5. If ‘gray is black’ is coded as ‘pa fa xa’ then what will be the code for ‘black car might’?
(a) Ja sa da
(b) ja da ra
(c) sa da fa
(d) xa ja da
(e) None of these

Solutions (1-5):
S1. Ans.(a)
Sol.

S2. Ans.(d)
Sol.

S3. Ans.(c)
Sol.

S4. Ans.(d)
Sol.

S5. Ans.(d)
Sol.

Q6. Harsh starts walking and covers a distance of 10 m towards north and after that 10 m towards east. He then turned to the south and covered 5 m. Further, he turns to the east and moves 8 m. Finally, he turned right and walks 9 m. What is the shortest distance between his final and initial point and in which direction he is finally from his starting point?
(a) √35 m Southeast
(b) 6 m Southeast
(c) 6√10 m Southwest
(d) 5√10 m Southeast
(e) None of these

S6.  Ans(e)

Sol.

Q7. Gauri starts walking from point P, walks in South to Point U which is 6m away. Then She turns left and walks towards point T which is 6m away, after that turns right and goes 3m to point Q, then turns right and walks 1m to point M, then turns left and goes to point V, which is 1m away and once again turns right and goes to point R, which is 2m away. Find what is the shortest distance between point T and R?
(a) 4m
(b) 5m
(c) 7m
(d) 8m
(e) None of these

S7. Ans.(b)
Sol.

Directions (8-9): These questions are based on the following information.

P@Q’ means ‘P is the mother of Q’
P\$Q’ means ‘P is the husband of Q
P#Q’ means ‘P is the sister of Q
P*Q’ means ‘P is the son of Q’

Q8. A \$ B @ C _ D \$ E. Which symbol will come at the empty place so that A is father in law of E is definitely true?
(a)*
(b)\$
(c) #
(d) @
(e) None of these

Q9. A # B _ H \$ G # F.  Which symbol will come at the empty place so that B is mother in  law of G is definitely true?
(a)*
(b)\$
(c) #
(d) @
(e) None of these

Q10. ‘A is the father of B. B is the son of D. E is mother in law of B. C is granddaughter of F, who is mother of E. There are only two married couple in the family’ then how is C related to D?
(a) Brother
(b) Uncle
(c) Daughter-in-law
(d) mother-in-law
(e) None of these

Directions (11-15): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer

Q11. Statement: P<Q=G<D≤E<F>M
Conclusion: I. M≥Q          II. M<G
(a) if only conclusion II is true.
(b) if only conclusion I is true.
(c) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
(d) if either conclusion I or II is true.
(e) if both conclusions I and II are true.

Q12. Statement: M≥K> A>S=H>D>B
Conclusion: I. A>B         II. K<D
(a) if both conclusion I and II are true.
(b) if only conclusion I is true.
(c) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
(d) if either conclusion I or II is true.
(e) if only conclusion II is true.

Q13. Statement: A≥K; N<T; M≥N; K≥T
Conclusion: I. K≥N      II. A>M
(a) if only conclusion II is true.
(b) if either conclusion I or II is true.
(c) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
(d) if only conclusion I is true.
(e) if both conclusions I and II are true.

Q14. Statement: J> T; R≤N; T>R; N<M
Conclusion: I. R< M   II. J>M
(a) if only conclusion II is true.
(b) if only conclusion I is true.
(c) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
(d) if either conclusion I or II is true.
(e) if both conclusions I and II are true.

Q15. Statement: D>B; F<M; T<Q; B>Q; T=F
Conclusion: I. M≥ T       II. M>T
(a) if only conclusion II is true.
(b) if either conclusion I or II is true.
(c) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
(d) if only conclusion I is true.
(e) if both conclusions I and II are true.

Solutions (11-15):

S11. Ans.(d)
Sol. I. M≥Q(FALSE)          II. M<G(FALSE)
Since, G=Q,  therefore there is  a case of  “either-or” here.

S12. Ans.(b)
Sol.  I. A>B(True)           II. K<D (False)

S13. Ans.(c)
Sol. I. KN(False)            II. A>M (False)

S14. Ans.(b)
Sol. I. R< M(True)           II. J>M(False)

S15. Ans.(a)
Sol.  I . M T(False)       II. M>T (true)