SBI PO Main Reasoning Ability Quiz: 19th July 2019

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SBI PO Main Reasoning Ability Quiz: 19th July 2019

SBI PO Main Reasoning Ability Quiz

As we know the much-awaited examination i.e. SBI PO Main 2019 is scheduled to be held tomorrow. So, we are providing you with Full-Length MCQs on Reasoning and Computer Aptitude. Practice these Full-Length MCQs to score high marks in the Reasoning and Computer Aptitude section.






Directions (1-5): Study the information and answer the given questions: 

(i)- A@ means the one who earns double amount than A sits 2nd
to the right of A.
(ii)- A# means the one who earns 700 more than A sits
immediate left of A.
(iii)- A% means one who earns 550 less than A sits 4th
to the left of A.
(iii)- A& means the difference between the earning of A
and the one who sits 3rd to the left of A is 450. A earns more than
that person.
Eight persons are sitting in a row, some are facing north
while some are facing south. They have different amount of money. P sits third
to the left of Q. The one who sits second to the right of Q has 0.5 times money
of P.  The one who has 2000 less money
than T sits second to the left of T. More than four persons sit between P and V
who sits right of Q. U and S facing same direction of P. V earns 0.25 times
than T and sits fourth to the left of W. T neither immediate neighbour of P nor
V. S sits third to the right of the one who sits second to the left of P.  R and S facing same direction as P. S does
not face north. R sits opposite direction of Q and sits left of Q. The one who
has 2500 rupees sits immediate left of W who is facing same direction as V. 


Q1. W has how much money, if the code is ‘W#?



3000
1800
6500
1050
None of these
Solution:
Q2. What is the total money of U, Q and R, if code is U@, V% and T#?
17500
15000
10000
12400
None of these
Solution:
Q3. Who among the following sits third to the right of S?
the one who sits second left of Q
the one who has 1.4 times more money than P
the one who has double money of S
The one who has 3500 more money than S
None of these
Solution:
Q4. What is the difference of the money of U and R if the code is ‘U& and R%’?
250
300
400
700
None of these
Solution:
Q5. Who among the following sits second to the left of W?
P
Q
R
T
U
Solution:
Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. 


Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G of a family having three generations born in seven different years 1969, 1974, 1981, 1985, 1989, 2009 and 2016. (All the ages of the given persons have been calculated on base year 2019 and all the persons are considered to be born on same date of same month).
F is grand-daughter of A. B is 20years younger than A. E is mother of G. C has only two children. E is not married to B. D is older than C. Son of E is 7years younger than E’s daughter. B is son of D and 8years younger than his brother. Mother of G is 4years younger than C. G is not niece of B. A and his sons are born in odd numbered year.

Q6. Who among the following born in 1981?



D
Husband of E
G
Brother of F
A
Solution:
Q7. How C is related to G?
Mother
Uncle
Father
Son
Sister
Solution:
Q8. What is the age difference between B and G’s mother?
7years
10years
15years
4years
6years
Solution:
Q9. A was born in which of the following Year?

1969
1985
1989
1981
2009
Solution:
Q10. Who among the following is grandmother of F?

E
B
C
A
D
Solution:
Directions (11-15): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below. 

In a
certain code language:
“Change Sudden Electric” is coded as “M8#  V24# 
X22*”
“Report Pointed Nature” is coded as “G9# V13* W11*”
“Polity State Optimal” is coded as “V8# B11# O12*”


Q11. What is the code for ‘Assignment’ in the given code language?



H26*
G26#
H26#
G26*
None of these
Solution:
Q12. ‘V21*’ can be coded for which of the following?
Frontlitie
Frizzle
Fuzzier
Person
Finance
Solution:
Q13. What is the code for ‘Horizontal’ in the given code language?
S15#
O19#
S15*
O19*
None of these
Solution:
Q14. ‘V13*’ can be coded for which of the following?
Report
Pointed
Nature
State
None of these
Solution:
Q15. What are the code for ‘Need Optimal Arrangement’ in the given code language?
G25# W13# O11*
O12* G24# W13#
G26# O12* W12#
W13# O12* G26#
O12* W13# G25#
Solution:
Directions (16-18): In the following questions, the symbols #, &, @, * , $, % and © are used with the following meanings as illustrated below. Study the following information and answer the given questions: 
P@Q- P is the child of Q
P©Q- P is the parent of Q
P%Q- P is father-in-law of Q
P&Q- P is brother-in-law of Q
P$Q- P is brother of Q
P*Q- P is wife of Q


Q16. If ‘ K©M$O@S, K%R*O’ is true, how R is related to S?



Daughter
Brother
Daughter-in-law
Sister
None of these
Solution:
Q17. If ‘E%G©K@D&F$U’ is true, how K is related to U?
Niece
Brother
Nephew
Son
Either (A) or (C)
Solution:
Q18. If ‘S$R*T©M$V’ is true, how S is related to V?
Father
Grand father
Aunt
Uncle
None of these
Solution:
Directions (19-20): Each question given below consists of a statement, followed by three or four arguments numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to decide which of the arguments is/are ‘strong’ argument(s) and which is/are ‘weak’ argument(s) and accordingly choose your answer from the alternatives given below each question. 


Q19. Statement: Should
India go in for computerization in all possible sectors? 



Arguments:  
I. Yes. It will bring efficiency and accuracy in the work.
II. No. It will be an injustice to the monumental human
resources which are at present underutilized.
III. No. Computerization demands a lot of money. We should not
waste money on it.
IV. Yes. When advanced countries are introducing computers in
every field, how can India afford to lag behind?
Only I is strong
Only I and II are strong
Only I and III are strong
Only II and III are strong
All are strong
Solution:
Clearly, the need of today is to put to better use the
underutilized human resources. Computers with better and speedy efficiency can
accomplish this. So, argument I holds, while II does not. Computerization is a
much beneficial project and investment in it is not all a waste. So, III is not
strong. Further, development in a new field is not a matter of merely following
up other countries. So, IV also does not hold strong. 
Q20. Statement: Should
India immediately stop digging coal from its mines? 
Arguments:  
I. Yes. The present stock of coal will not last long if we
continue mining at the present rate.
II. No. We do not have alternate energy source of sufficient
quantity. 
III. No. This will put millions of people at a disadvantage
and their lives will get adversely affected and also the industry.  
Only I and II are strong
Only II and III are strong
Only I and III are strong
All are strong
None is strong
Solution:
Though the reserves of coal are limited yet stopping its use till alternate source of energy have been discovered, is no solution to conserve it. So, I is not strong. It is true that we haven’t till date found a renewable source of energy which is available in plenty and can substitute coal. So, II holds strong. Further, stopping coal mining would surely throw the engaged workers out of employment. So, III also holds strong.
Directions (21-25): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statement are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and
Given answer: 


Q21. Five Persons A, B, C, D and E, are going to vacation on five different days of the same week, starting from Monday to Friday. Who goes on Thursday?
I. Only two person goes to vacation in between E and C. More than two person goes to vacation between C and A.
II. E goes to vacation immediately before D. Only one person goes to vacation between D and C. A goes before B.



If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
If the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in both statement I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
Solution:
By combining both the statement we can find B goes on Thursday.
Q22. P, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in a circle, facing towards the centre of the circle. Who is sitting on the immediate right of Q?
I. P is facing S. Only R is between P and Q. U is between T and P.
II. U is on the immediate left of T. Only S is between Q and T. R is not adjacent to U.
If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
If the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in both statement I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
Solution:
By statement II we can find R sits immediate right of Q.
Q23. Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F lives on a six storey building such as ground floor is numbered as 1 and top floor numbered as 6. How many persons live between A and C?
I. C lives on an even numbered floor. Only two persons live between F and C. A lives below F.
II. Four persons live between B and D. No one lives between B and C. E lives immediately above F. B lives above D.
If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
If the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in both statement I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
Solution:
Both statements are insufficient to give answer.
Q24. What does ‘Me’ mean in the code language?
I. ‘Me Bo Ta’ means ‘Economy Prime Factor’ and ‘Xz Se Me’ means ‘Best Prime Study’ in that code language.
II. ‘La Me Ta’ means ‘Hard Study Group’ and ‘Lz Me Ta’ means ‘Find Study Group’ in that code language.
If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
If the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in both statement I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
Solution:
By using first statement we can find code of ‘Prime’ is ‘Me’.
Q25. How is S related to N?
I. S’s husband is the only son of N’s mother. N is a female.
II. S’s brother is husband of N’s mother.
If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
If the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
If the data in both statement I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
Solution:
By using first statement we can find S is sister-in-law of N.
Directions (26-27): In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Give answer 


Q26. Statements: “If you
ask me about the daunting challenges that I face, I would say that my
government’s first priority is to improve the existing law and order situation.
Then follows the issue of prices of commodities.” ___ Mr. ROY, a newly
appointed PM of country CLINTON



Assumptions:
I.  If a citizen of
country CLINTON can sleep peacefully, he/she can then think of providing food
to his/her family, ponder over education and move about freely in the country.
II. Prices of the commodities affect the common man greatly.
If only assumption I is implicit
If only assumption II is implicit
If either I or II is implicit
If neither I nor II is implicit
If both I and II are implicit
Solution:
I is not implicit. II is not implicit because the PM only assumes that law and order affects the common man more than prices do.
Q27. Statements: “If you
have any unresolved consumer disputes, do not feel that you are helpless, do
not hesitate to assert your rights. Approach the District Consumer Forum for
speedy redressal.” ____ Department of Consumer Affairs
Assumptions:
I.  People don’t want to
approach consumer forum due to the red-tapism in procedure adopted by the
forum. 
II. Speedy redressal will attract more unresolved consumer
disputes. 
If only assumption I is implicit
If only assumption II is implicit
If either I or II is implicit
If neither I nor II is implicit
If both I and II are implicit
Solution:
Assumption II is implicit.
Directions (28-30): In the following questions, the symbols #, &, @ and $ are used with the following meanings as illustrated below. Study the following information and answer the given questions: 
Note: The directions which are given indicates exact
directions.
P#Q  -  P is in the south direction of Q.
P@Q  -  P is in the north direction of Q.
P&Q  -  P is in the east direction of Q.
P$Q  -  P is in the west direction of Q.
P£QS- P is the mid-point of QS vertically. 
Note- For southeast direction it used to be written as
P#&Q and so on…
Point E is @10m of point B. Point C is $20m of point F. Point
K is &15m of point B. Point G is $8m of point K. Point C is #30m of point
L. Point G£LC. Point D is @7m of Point F.  


Q28. What is the shortest distance and direction of point K with respect to C?



20#@
15$#
17@&
22&#
None of these
Solution:
Q29. What is the direction of point E with respect to F?
E#&F
E@#F
E$#F
E@$F
None of these
Solution:
Q30. What is the shortest distance between Point D to Point G?
35
5√13
√24
4√29
None of these
Solution:
Directions (31-35): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: 
Some boxes are arranged one above another. Box R is
immediately above box M, which is of Blue color. Only two boxes are there in
between Orange box and box T. Orange box is above box T.  There is only one box in between box P and
box S. Box S is of Purple color and is placed above box R. There are three
boxes in between Orange box and Green box. Green box is placed below T. Only
one box is placed in between box R and Orange box. More than four boxes are
placed in between box P and Orange box. Not more than two boxes are placed in
between box M and box S. 


Q31. How many boxes are there in the arrangement?



Ten
Eleven
Fourteen
Twelve
None of these
Solution:
Q32. How many boxes are there between box R and box T?

Five
One
Four
Two
None of these

Solution:

Q33. Which box is immediately above Orange box?
S
R
Purple box
M
Green box
Solution:
Q34. Which box is placed at top and bottom respectively?
T, S
R, Purple box
P, Green box
T, M
Blue box, R
Solution:
Q35. How many boxes are there between Purple box and Green box?
Ten
Eight
Seven
Six
None of these

Solution:

Directions (36-40): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. 
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:   30
update 56 record 27 economic 23 trending 20 power 15 approval.
Step I:    20 30 update
56 record economic 23 trending power 15 approval 27.
Step II:  power 20 30 56
record economic 23 trending 15 approval 27 update.
Step III:  30 power 20
56 record economic trending 15 approval 27 update 23.
Step IV:  record 30
power 20 56 trending 15 approval 27 update 23 economic.
Step V:   56 record 30
power 20 trending approval 27 update 23 economic 15.
Step VI:  trending 56
record 30 power 20 27 update 23 economic 15 approval.
Step VI is the
last step of the above arrangement.
As per
the rules followed in the steps given above, find out in each of the following
questions the appropriate step for the given input.
Input: 48 opinion 66 gallery 89 injury 77 monsoon
22 decide 35 eclipse.


Q36. Which of the following element is 3rd to the right of the of the 5th from the left end in step III?



eclipse
35
89
decide
None of these
Solution:
Students
let us understand the Logic behind this Question and let’s understand how to
solve it. As a first step lets first understand the logic behind the Output. If
you will see the final output, you will observe the following: 
(i) The words and numbers are arranged in alternatively in
every step starting from the numbers.
(ii) Two words/number are arranged in each step. Even numbers
are arranged at the leftmost end in increasing order (smallest number is
arranged first followed by the next smaller number and so on) while the odd
numbers are arranged at the rightmost end in decreasing order in each alternate
step.
(iii) The words starting with a consonant is are arranged at
the left most end in increasing alphabetical order (cold is arranged before
delicate) while the words starting with a vowel are arranged at the rightmost
end in decreasing alphabetical order in each step.
Input:   48
opinion 66 gallery 89 injury 77 monsoon 22 decide 35 eclipse.
Step I:   22 48 opinion
66 gallery injury 77monsoon decide 35 eclipse 89.
Step II:  decide 22 48
66 gallery injury 77 monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion.
Step III:  48 decide 22
66 gallery injury monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion 77.
Step IV:  gallery 48
decide 22 66 monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion 77 injury.
Step V:   66 gallery 48
decide 22 monsoon eclipse 89 opinion 77 injury 35.
Step VI: monsoon 66 gallery 48 decide 22 89 opinion 77 injury
35 eclipse.
Q37. What is the position of the word ‘monsoon’ in step IV?
3rd from right
4th from right
5th from left
6th from left
None of these
Solution:
Students let us understand the Logic behind this Question and let’s understand how to solve it. As a first step lets first understand the logic behind the Output. If you will see the final output, you will observe the following: 
(i) The words and numbers are arranged in alternatively in every step starting from the numbers.
(ii) Two words/number are arranged in each step. Even numbers are arranged at the leftmost end in increasing order (smallest number is arranged first followed by the next smaller number and so on) while the odd numbers are arranged at the rightmost end in decreasing order in each alternate step.
(iii) The words starting with a consonant is are arranged at the left most end in increasing alphabetical order (cold is arranged before delicate) while the words starting with a vowel are arranged at the rightmost end in decreasing alphabetical order in each step.
Input:   48 opinion 66 gallery 89 injury 77 monsoon 22 decide 35 eclipse.
Step I:   22 48 opinion 66 gallery injury 77monsoon decide 35 eclipse 89.
Step II:  decide 22 48 66 gallery injury 77 monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion.
Step III:  48 decide 22 66 gallery injury monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion 77.
Step IV:  gallery 48 decide 22 66 monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion 77 injury.
Step V:   66 gallery 48 decide 22 monsoon eclipse 89 opinion 77 injury 35.
Step VI: monsoon 66 gallery 48 decide 22 89 opinion 77 injury 35 eclipse.
Q38. What is the sum of the element which is second from the left of the step II and Sixth from right in step IV?

75
57
60
34
None of these
Solution:
Students let us understand the Logic behind this Question and let’s understand how to solve it. As a first step lets first understand the logic behind the Output. If you will see the final output, you will observe the following: 
(i) The words and numbers are arranged in alternatively in every step starting from the numbers.
(ii) Two words/number are arranged in each step. Even numbers are arranged at the leftmost end in increasing order (smallest number is arranged first followed by the next smaller number and so on) while the odd numbers are arranged at the rightmost end in decreasing order in each alternate step.
(iii) The words starting with a consonant is are arranged at the left most end in increasing alphabetical order (cold is arranged before delicate) while the words starting with a vowel are arranged at the rightmost end in decreasing alphabetical order in each step.
Input:   48 opinion 66 gallery 89 injury 77 monsoon 22 decide 35 eclipse.
Step I:   22 48 opinion 66 gallery injury 77monsoon decide 35 eclipse 89.
Step II:  decide 22 48 66 gallery injury 77 monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion.
Step III:  48 decide 22 66 gallery injury monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion 77.
Step IV:  gallery 48 decide 22 66 monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion 77 injury.
Step V:   66 gallery 48 decide 22 monsoon eclipse 89 opinion 77 injury 35.
Step VI: monsoon 66 gallery 48 decide 22 89 opinion 77 injury 35 eclipse.
Q39. Which of the following element is exactly between ‘decide’ and ‘77’ in step V?
Eclipse
Monsoon
89
Opinion
None of these
Solution:
Students let us understand the Logic behind this Question and let’s understand how to solve it. As a first step lets first understand the logic behind the Output. If you will see the final output, you will observe the following: 
(i) The words and numbers are arranged in alternatively in every step starting from the numbers.
(ii) Two words/number are arranged in each step. Even numbers are arranged at the leftmost end in increasing order (smallest number is arranged first followed by the next smaller number and so on) while the odd numbers are arranged at the rightmost end in decreasing order in each alternate step.
(iii) The words starting with a consonant is are arranged at the left most end in increasing alphabetical order (cold is arranged before delicate) while the words starting with a vowel are arranged at the rightmost end in decreasing alphabetical order in each step.
Input:   48 opinion 66 gallery 89 injury 77 monsoon 22 decide 35 eclipse.
Step I:   22 48 opinion 66 gallery injury 77monsoon decide 35 eclipse 89.
Step II:  decide 22 48 66 gallery injury 77 monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion.
Step III:  48 decide 22 66 gallery injury monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion 77.
Step IV:  gallery 48 decide 22 66 monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion 77 injury.
Step V:   66 gallery 48 decide 22 monsoon eclipse 89 opinion 77 injury 35.
Step VI: monsoon 66 gallery 48 decide 22 89 opinion 77 injury 35 eclipse.
Q40.Which of the following element is seventh from the right in step II?
gallery
77
injury
monsoon
None of these
Solution:
Students let us understand the Logic behind this Question and let’s understand how to solve it. As a first step lets first understand the logic behind the Output. If you will see the final output, you will observe the following: 
(i) The words and numbers are arranged in alternatively in every step starting from the numbers.
(ii) Two words/number are arranged in each step. Even numbers are arranged at the leftmost end in increasing order (smallest number is arranged first followed by the next smaller number and so on) while the odd numbers are arranged at the rightmost end in decreasing order in each alternate step.
(iii) The words starting with a consonant is are arranged at the left most end in increasing alphabetical order (cold is arranged before delicate) while the words starting with a vowel are arranged at the rightmost end in decreasing alphabetical order in each step.
Input:   48 opinion 66 gallery 89 injury 77 monsoon 22 decide 35 eclipse.
Step I:   22 48 opinion 66 gallery injury 77monsoon decide 35 eclipse 89.
Step II:  decide 22 48 66 gallery injury 77 monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion.
Step III:  48 decide 22 66 gallery injury monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion 77.
Step IV:  gallery 48 decide 22 66 monsoon 35 eclipse 89 opinion 77 injury.
Step V:   66 gallery 48 decide 22 monsoon eclipse 89 opinion 77 injury 35.
Step VI: monsoon 66 gallery 48 decide 22 89 opinion 77 injury 35 eclipse.
Directions (41-45): Study the given information and answer the following question. 
Eight persons are working in different Companies which were
established in eight different years 1965, 1977, 1989, 1994, 1998, 2003, 2005
and 2012. Each of the company earns different revenues. All the calculations
have been done on the basis of year 2019.

Three companies were started between Cognizant and Oracle.
Cognizant had been started in an odd numbered year before Oracle. T works in
Infosys. HCL started after TCS. Only three companies earn more revenue than
TCS. Company which earns just more revenue than TCS was started in a year Just
after TCS. Only two companies established between TCS and Infosys. Company
which earns highest revenue was started in an even numbered year. Company in
which U works earn least revenue. Infosys has been started in an even number
year. V works in HCL which established in 1989. Company in which W works earns
less revenue than only one company. Company which started third earn third
lowest revenue. W neither works in Wipro and Mphasis. Company in which V works
earn less revenue than Wipro which does not earn highest revenue. Company which
started in year 1994 does not earn highest revenue. R does not work in a
company which earns highest revenue. Mphasis established before Wipro. Q does
not work in the company which was started last and U and R does not work in
Wipro. Mindtree started in an odd numbered year. P works before T but does not
work in cognizant. Oracle earns more revenue than Cognizant but less than
Mphasis. Infosys earns more revenue than the company in which U works but less
than Wipro.
Q41. In which of the following Year Infosys established?
1965
1994
2003
1977
None of these
Solution:
Q42. Q works in which of the following companies?
Oracle
Cognizant
Wipro
Mphasis
None of these
Solution:
Q43. Which of the following company earns lowest revenue?

HCL
Infosys
Mindtree
Wipro
None of these
Solution:
Q44. The company in which W works established in which of the following year?
2003
2012
1965
1998
None of these
Solution:
Q45. How many companies were established before the company in which U works?

Four
Two
More than five
Three
None
Solution:
               



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