# Reasoning Quiz For IBPS Clerk Mains: 29th December

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### Reasoning Questions for IBPS Clerk Mains 2019

Reasoning Section can make or break one’s chances to ace any banking examination. Practising with sample questions is an onerous task for that’s the only key to ace this section of competitive exams. The IBPS Clerk Mains Exam is scheduled to be held on the 20th of January 2019. Adda247 is here with “Practice Marathon for Clerk Mains 2018”  with practice questions on all the topics that are likely to be asked in the exam. Today is Day 3 of IBPS Clerk Mains Practice Marathon, attempt this Reasoning quiz and win the marathon against lakhs of IBPS Clerk Candidates.
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Directions (1-5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Eight boxes are kept one above the other. These boxes contain different metals i.e. gold, bronze, steel, aluminum, lead, cooper, platinum, silver. Three boxes are kept between Box E and Box D. Two boxes are kept between the boxes containing aluminum and cooper. Box which contains lead is kept above the box which contains steel but not just above. Box A is not kept at bottom most position. Two boxes between Box B and Box A, which is below Box B. Box H is kept above Box D but below Box G. Box C does not contain aluminum. Box containing gold is kept just above box containing platinum. Either Box B or Box A is kept next to Box E. the number of boxes kept above B is same as kept below Box C. Box which contains aluminum is kept just below Box D. Box B contains silver. Boxes D and F do not contain lead. Box D doesn’t contain Platinum.

Q1. Which of the following box contains lead?

E
F
C
B
none of these
Solution:

Q2. Which of the following box is kept just below the box which contains bronze?

E
F
C
B
none of these
Solution:

Q3. How many boxes are kept between A sand the box which contains steel?

Two
One
Three
Four
None of these
Solution:

Q4. Which of the following box contains platinum?

E
F
C
B
none of these
Solution:

Q5. Four of the following belongs to a group find the one that does not belong to that group?

E-G
F-C
C-D
B-E
A-H
Solution:

Directions (6-10): In each of the questions below are given some statements followed by two 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. Give answer

Q6. Statements:
Some boots are jackets
Some rain is coat
some coat is not boots
No rain is jacket
Conclusions
I. No coat is jacket.
II. Some boots is coat.

Both I and II follow
Either I or II follows
Only II follows.
Only I follows.
Neither I nor II follows
Solution:

Q7. Statements:
All air is water
Some water is not fire
Some fire is not earth.
Conclusions:
I. Some water being air is a possibility
II. Some water is earth.

Both I and II follow
Either I or II follows
Only II follows.
Only I follows.
Neither I nor II follows
Solution:

Q8. Statements
Some Delhi is Mumbai
All Mumbai is Chennai
All Chennai is Kolkata
Conclusions:
I. Some Delhi is Chennai.
II. Some Delhi is not Chennai.

Both I and II follow
Either I or II follows
Only II follows.
Only I follows.
Neither I nor II follows
Solution:

Q9. Statements:
All eraser is pencil
Some pencil is pen
Some pen are not marker
Conclusions:
I. All marker is pen
II. Some marker is not pen.

Both I and II follow
Either I or II follows
Only II follows.
Only I follows.
Neither I nor II follows
Solution:

Q10. Statements
Some top is pant
No pant is shirt
Some shirt is tie
Conclusions:
I. Some tie can be pant.
II. Some top can be shirt.

Both I and II follow
Either I or II follows
Only II follows.
Only I follows.
Neither I nor II follows
Solution:

Directions (11-14): Study the following information to answer the given questions:

If A*B means A is not greater than B
A%B means A is not greater than or equal to B
A&B means A is not smaller than B
A#B means A is not smaller than or equal to B
A@B means A is not greater than or smaller than B

Q11. Statements:
Y*T&V@X*J%M#P
Conclusions:
I. P % T
II.M & X

Only I is follow
Only II is follow
Either I or II follow
Neither I nor II follow
Both I and II are follow
Solution:

I. P% T (false)
II.M& X(false)

Q12. Statement:
U@ B, U % L, R * L, R * U
Conclusions:
I. L # B
II. L @ B

Only I is follow
Only II is follow
Either I or II follow
Neither I nor II follow
Both I and II are follow
Solution:

I. L # B(true)
II. L @ B(false)

Q13. Statements:
M&L#A@W%Z, A@T&U%Y
Conclusions:
I. M*Y
II.Z#U

Only I is follow
Only II is follow
If either I or II follow
If neither I or II follow
If both I and II follow
Solution:

I. M*Y (false)
II.Z#U(true)

Q14. Statements:
N # W & M, T @ M * V, X & M
Conclusions:
I. W % V
II. N * X

Only I follows
Only II follows
Either I or II follows
Neither I nor II follows
Both I and II follows
Solution:

I. W % V (false)
II. N * X(false)

Q15. What should be placed in place of question mark(?) in equation N ≤ I ? T ? E ? S to make I > S always follow.

=, >, ≥
=, <, ≥
=, >,<
=, >, ≤
None of these

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