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# Reasoning Quizzes For IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Mains 2022- 27th September

Directions (1-5): Answer the questions based on the information given below:
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F sit around a circular table (not necessarily in the same order) facing towards the centre. Each of them has different number of years’ experience working in bank i.e., 14, 17, 18, 20, 23 and 24 but not necessarily in the same order. The distance between each adjacent person is equal.
C sits immediate left of F. A sits second to the right of B. A has 1 year less experience than B. C does not have 17 years of experience. F neither has 20 nor 23 years of experience. D faces the person who is second least experienced among all and the sum of their experience is not 40. The person who sits second to the right of D, is the least experienced among all. F has more than 17 years of experience.

Q1. E has how many years of experience?
(a) 23
(b) 24
(c) 18
(d) 20
(e) None of these

Q2. What is the sum of the years’ experience of D and C?
(a) 44
(b) 40
(c) 43
(d) 32
(e) None of these

Q3. What is the position of the person who is the least experienced with respect to the person who is the most experienced among all?
(a) 2nd to the right
(b) 3rd to the left
(c) 4th to the right
(d) 2nd to the left
(e) Immediate left

Q4. What is the absolute difference in the years of experience of the neighbours of B?
(a) 1
(b) 6
(c) 3
(d) 7
(e) None of these

Q5. Who among the following sit between F and B if counted from the right of F?
(a) The one who has 20 years’ experience
(b) The one who has 23 years’ experience
(c) C
(d) The one who has 17 years’ experience
(e) None of these

Directions (6-10): Answer the questions based on the information given below.
16 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P are seating in two parallel rows such that 8 persons are sitting in 1st row while the remaining are sitting in the 2nd row. Every person from the 2nd row is sitting exactly behind each of the persons from 1st row. All the 16 persons are facing towards the north. The distance between each adjacent persons in each row is same.
A is sitting exactly behind the person, who is second to the left of D. D is sitting third to the left of G. K is sitting opposite to M in 1st row. C is sitting at a gap of one person from D. F is sitting second to the left of C. F, E and H are sitting at the extreme ends. B is sitting behind D. Neither B nor D is sitting adjacent to J. K is sitting second to the left L. O and J are not sitting in the same row. I is sitting adjacent to H. P and D are not sitting in the same row. At most two people sit to the left of M.

Q6. Who among the following is sitting exactly behind J?
(a) O
(b) Either O or P
(c) I
(d) Either H or O
(e) None of these

Q7. If P is sitting exactly behind L, then how many persons are sitting between K and the one who is sitting opposite to O?
(a) Two
(b) Three
(c) None
(d) Four
(e) Five

Q8. What is the position of C with respect to J?
(a) 3rd to the right
(b) 2nd to the left
(c) Immediate left
(d) Immediate right
(e) None of these

Q9. How many persons are sitting to the right of M?
(a) Six
(b) Three
(c) Five
(d) Four
(e) None of these

Q10. Four from the following are similar in a certain way and forms a group. Find out the one who does not belong to that group?
(a) C – A
(b) K – M
(c) J – I
(d) L – B
(e) F -E

Directions (11-14): In the question below, some statements are given followed by the 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.

Q11. Statements:
Only Delhi is Mumbai.
Only a few Delhi are Kolkata.
No Kolkata are Chennai.
Conclusions:
I. A few Chennai being Delhi is a possibility
II. Some Delhi is definitely not Kolkata
III. At least Some Mumbai being Chennai is a possibility
(a) Only conclusion I follows
(b) Only conclusion II follows
(c) Only conclusion III follows
(d) Only conclusions I and II follow
(e) Only conclusions II and III follow

Q12. Statements:
All Gems are Pearl.
No Pearl is Diamond.
Only a few Diamond are Gold.
Conclusions:
I. Some Pearl being Gems is a possibility
II. Some Gems are not Diamond
III. Each Diamond being Gold is not a possibility.
(a) Only conclusion I follows
(b) Only conclusion II follows
(c) Only conclusion III follows
(d) Only conclusions I and II follow
(e) Only conclusions II and III follow

Q13. Statements:
All N are L.
All L are O.
Some C is O.
Conclusions:
I. Some L is not N
II. Some C is not N
III. Some L is C
(a) Only conclusion I follows
(b) Only conclusion II follows
(c) Only conclusion III follows
(d) Only conclusions I and II follow
(e) None follows

Q14.Statements:
No Sunday is Friday.
All Friday is Tuesday.
No Tuesday is Monday.
Every Monday is Saturday.
Conclusions:
I. Some Tuesday being Sunday is a possibility
II. Some Saturday can be Friday.
III. No Monday is Sunday.
(a) Only conclusion I follows
(b) Only conclusion II follows
(c) Only conclusion III follows
(d) Only conclusions I and II follow
(e) Only conclusions II and III follow

Q15. In this question two Conclusions have been given followed by 5 sets of possible Statements. You have to take the given Conclusions to be true even if they seem to be at variance with the commonly known facts and then decide that the Conclusions logically follows for which of the given statements.
Conclusions:
A few Composite being Whole is a possibility.
All Naturals can be Composites.
(a) Every Prime is Composite. Only a few natural is Composite. No Whole is Prime.
(b) Some Prime is Composite. A few Composite is Natural. Only Prime is Whole.
(c) Every Prime is Composite. Only a few Composite is Natural. No Whole is Prime.
(d) No Prime is Composite. Only Composite is Natural. Some Whole is Prime.
(e) None of these

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