# Reasoning Quiz for SBI and RBI Exams

Instructions:

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:  some found 19 other 99 27 came 45

Step 1:  came some found 19
other 99 27 45
Step 2:  came 99 some found
19 other 27 45
Step 3:  came 99 found some
19 other 27 45
Step 4:  came 99 found 45
some 19 other 27
Step 5:  came 99 found 45
other some 19 27
Step 6:  came 99 found 45 other 27 some 19

Step 6
is the last step of the rearrangement of the above input. As per the rules
followed in the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

1.Input : mathematics hour for 18 against 89
21 47
Which of the following will be step 2?
A) against 89 hour mathematics for 18 21 47
B)
against 89 mathematics 18 hour for 21 47
C) against 89 mathematics hour for 18 21 47
D) Can not be determined
2.Input: books all 25 57 67 great new 39
Which of the following will be step 4?
A) all 67 books 57 great new 25 39
B) all 67 books 57 great 39 25 new
C) all 67 books 57 great 25 new 39
D) Can not be determined
3.Input: one all 36 28 49 sleep maths 59
which
of the following will be last?
A) 6
B) 7
C) 5
D) 8
4.Step 3 of an input is : being 69 doing 19
27 tiger fight 39
which
of the following will be last but one?
A) 6
B) 7
C) 8
D) 5
E) 4

5. Step 2 of an input is : earn 77 39 47 hero
gold 29 more
Which
of the following is definitely the input?
A) 47 77 39 earn hero gold 29 more
B) 29 39 77 47 hero gold earn more
C) hero 29 39 77 47 gold earn more

D) Cannot be determined

Directions (1-5): In each of the following questions two/three statements are given
and these statements are followed by two conclusions numbered (1) and (2). You
have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at
variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which
of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements,
disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer:
(1) If only (I) conclusion follows
(2) If only (II) conclusion follows
(3) If either (I) or (II) follows
(4) If neither (I) nor (II) follows
(5) If both (I) and (II) follow

1.   Statements: Some elements are compounds.
All compounds are bonds.
Conclusions: I. All elements being bonds is a
possibility.
II. Some bonds are not elements.

2.   Statements: No triangle is a square.
Some squares are rectangles.
Conclusions: I. No rectangle is a triangle.
II. Some rectangles are triangles.

3.   Statements: All physics are chemistry.
No chemistry is biology.
All biology are maths.
Conclusions: I. No maths is chemistry.
II. All physics being maths is a
possibility.
For (4-5):
Statements: All clerks
are assistants.
No assistant is an officer. All officers are managers.

4.      ConclusionsI. No
manager is a clerk.
II. All assistants
being managers is a possibility.

5.      Conclusions: I. No
clerk is an officer.
II. All clerks being
managers is a possibility.

1. (C)
Step 1: against mathematics hour for 18 89 21
47
Step 2: against 89 mathematics hour for 18 21
47
2. (C)
Step 1: all books 25 57 67 greate new 39
Step 2: all 67 books 25 57 greate new 39
Step 3: all 67 books 57 25 greate new 39
Step 4: all 67 books 57 greate 25 new 39
3. (C)
Step 1: at one 36 28 49 sleep maths 59
Step 2: at 59 one 36 28 49 sleep maths
Step 3: at 59 maths one 36 28 49 sleep
Step 4: at 59 maths 49 one 36 28 sleep
Step 5: at 59 maths 49 one 36 sleep 28
4. (A)
Step 4: being 69 doing 39 19 27 tiger fight
Step 5: being 69 doing 39 fight 19 27 tiger
Step 6: being 69 doing 39 fight 27 19 tiger
Step 7: being 69 doing 39 fight 27 tiger 19
Step 7
is the last step.

5. (D) We cannot determine the input from any
given step

1.        (1)

2.        (3)

3.        (2)

(4-5):

4.      (2)
5.      (5)