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Reasoning Quiz for IBPS PO Prelims: 26th August 2018

Reasoning Questions for IBPS PO 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 banking exams like IBPS PO 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 exact same pattern of questions that are being asked in the exams.







Direction (1-5): Read the given information carefully and answer the questions; 

Seven boxes are arranged in a stack A, B, C, D, E, F and G are placed one above another (but not necessarily in the same order) are of seven different colours Blue, Black, Green, Pink, Yellow, Purple and White. Green colour box is just above G. More than four boxes are between the box A and the White colour box. Box B is of Black colour and placed just above box F. Only one box is between F and C. E is not of White colour. Only three boxes are between the Blue colour box and G. The Purple colour box is just above the Pink colour box. Box E is not of Pink colour. Only three boxes are between G and A. Box which is of Yellow colour is not F.

Q1. Which of the following box is placed at bottom?
The box which is of purple colour
B
C
The box which is of Yellow colour
None of these
Solution:
(i). Green colour Box is just above G. Only three boxes are between G and A. More than four boxes are between the box A and the White colour box. Box B is of Black colour and placed just above box F. Only one box between F and C, by combining these conditions we get 2 cases.
(ii). E is not of White colour, so E is placed at 2nd from top in both cases. D placed at top in case 2 and at bottom in case 1. Only three boxes between the Blue colour box and G. The Purple colour box is just above the Pink colour box. E is not of Pink colour. Box which is of Yellow colour is not F, by using these conditions case 2 gets eliminated and we get final solution.


Q2. How many boxes are in between black coloured box and Box C?
Three
Two
Four
More than four
None of these
Solution:
(i). Green colour Box is just above G. Only three boxes are between G and A. More than four boxes are between the box A and the White colour box. Box B is of Black colour and placed just above box F. Only one box between F and C, by combining these conditions we get 2 cases.
(ii). E is not of White colour, so E is placed at 2nd from top in both cases. D placed at top in case 2 and at bottom in case 1. Only three boxes between the Blue colour box and G. The Purple colour box is just above the Pink colour box. E is not of Pink colour. Box which is of Yellow colour is not F, by using these conditions case 2 gets eliminated and we get final solution.


Q3. Which of the following box is of blue colour?
B
C
D
A
None of these
Solution:
(i). Green colour Box is just above G. Only three boxes are between G and A. More than four boxes are between the box A and the White colour box. Box B is of Black colour and placed just above box F. Only one box between F and C, by combining these conditions we get 2 cases.
(ii). E is not of White colour, so E is placed at 2nd from top in both cases. D placed at top in case 2 and at bottom in case 1. Only three boxes between the Blue colour box and G. The Purple colour box is just above the Pink colour box. E is not of Pink colour. Box which is of Yellow colour is not F, by using these conditions case 2 gets eliminated and we get final solution.


Q4. Which of the following box is placed at top?
G
A
B
D
None of these
Solution:
(i). Green colour Box is just above G. Only three boxes are between G and A. More than four boxes are between the box A and the White colour box. Box B is of Black colour and placed just above box F. Only one box between F and C, by combining these conditions we get 2 cases.
(ii). E is not of White colour, so E is placed at 2nd from top in both cases. D placed at top in case 2 and at bottom in case 1. Only three boxes between the Blue colour box and G. The Purple colour box is just above the Pink colour box. E is not of Pink colour. Box which is of Yellow colour is not F, by using these conditions case 2 gets eliminated and we get final solution.


Q5. Which of the following is immediate below white colour box?
E
B
C
no one
None of these
Solution:
(i). Green colour Box is just above G. Only three boxes are between G and A. More than four boxes are between the box A and the White colour box. Box B is of Black colour and placed just above box F. Only one box between F and C, by combining these conditions we get 2 cases.
(ii). E is not of White colour, so E is placed at 2nd from top in both cases. D placed at top in case 2 and at bottom in case 1. Only three boxes between the Blue colour box and G. The Purple colour box is just above the Pink colour box. E is not of Pink colour. Box which is of Yellow colour is not F, by using these conditions case 2 gets eliminated and we get final solution.


Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions. 
In a certain code language :- 
 “Book news carry hello” is written as ‘&P15 %H23 %B18 &L12’ 
“There old good houses” is written as ‘&H5 &W15 %W12 &V18’ 
“Liquid purified water powered” is written as ‘%W5 &I5 &W5 %W9’ 

 Q6. “Maths” will be coded as?
%H8
&H8
&I8
&J2
None of these
Solution:
This is question of Coding-Decoding based on new pattern.
In these questions following logic's are applied to decode the code :-
1st letter of the code :- If total number of vowels in a word is even number then a special character - & is used in starting of code. But If total number of vowels in a word is odd number then a special character - % is used in stating of code.
2nd letter of the code:- Opposite of last letter
3rd letter of the code:- place value of second last letter


Q7. “Aadhaar” will be coded as?
%I26
&I1
&H26
&I25
None of these
Solution:
This is question of Coding-Decoding based on new pattern.
In these questions following logic's are applied to decode the code :-
1st letter of the code :- If total number of vowels in a word is even number then a special character - & is used in starting of code. But If total number of vowels in a word is odd number then a special character - % is used in stating of code.
2nd letter of the code:- Opposite of last letter
3rd letter of the code:- place value of second last letter


Q8. What will be the code for “Bullet”?
%G4
%G5
&G4
&G5
&D5
Solution:
This is question of Coding-Decoding based on new pattern.
In these questions following logic's are applied to decode the code :-
1st letter of the code :- If total number of vowels in a word is even number then a special character - & is used in starting of code. But If total number of vowels in a word is odd number then a special character - % is used in stating of code.
2nd letter of the code:- Opposite of last letter
3rd letter of the code:- place value of second last letter


Q9. Which will be the code for ‘Sun’?
&M21
%M21
%M20
%M11
None of these
Solution:
This is question of Coding-Decoding based on new pattern.
In these questions following logic's are applied to decode the code :-
1st letter of the code :- If total number of vowels in a word is even number then a special character - & is used in starting of code. But If total number of vowels in a word is odd number then a special character - % is used in stating of code.
2nd letter of the code:- Opposite of last letter
3rd letter of the code:- place value of second last letter


Q10. What will be the code of ‘Amsterdam’?
&N1
&N26
%N26
%N1
None of these
Solution:
This is question of Coding-Decoding based on new pattern.
In these questions following logic's are applied to decode the code :-
1st letter of the code :- If total number of vowels in a word is even number then a special character - & is used in starting of code. But If total number of vowels in a word is odd number then a special character - % is used in stating of code.
2nd letter of the code:- Opposite of last letter
3rd letter of the code:- place value of second last letter


Directions (11-13): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. 
There are some persons sitting in a row facing in North direction. Two persons sit between C and E. Four persons sit between C and D. B is a neighbour of D. Only five persons sit to the right of C. As many persons sit between C and E as sit between B and E. A sits third from one of extreme ends of the row and is not neighbour of D. Only three persons sit to the left of E.

Q11. If E sits between D and F, then what is the position of F with respect to A?
Fifth to the right
Seventh to the right
Fifth to the left
Seventh to the left
None of these
Solution:



Q12. How many persons can sit in a row?
Twelfth
Ten
Fifteen
Eleven
None of these
Solution:



Q13. What is the position of E with respect to D?
Fifth to right
Second to the right
Fifth to the left
Seventh to the left
None of these
Solution:


Directions (14-15): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow: 
Rohit starts from his home, walks 4 m towards the north, takes a right turn and walks 3 m. He then takes right turn, walks 7 m and stops. Harsh also starts from Rohit’s home, walks 3 m towards the south, then takes a left turn and walks 7 m before stopping.

Q14. What is the direction of Harsh’s final position with respect to Rohit’s Initial position?
South
Southwest
Southeast
Northeast
Northwest
Solution:



Q15. What is the shortest distance between the Harsh’s starting point and Rohit’s Final point?
2√3 m,
4 m,
5 m,
3 m,
3√2 m
Solution:


               


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