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## SBI Clerk Mains Memory Based Papers

State Bank of India has effectively conducted the SBI Clerk Mains Exam 2024 at the various centres all across the nation on 25 February 2024 and the other two shifts are scheduled on 04 March 2024. **Our team members performed the SBI Clerk Mains Exam Analysis 2024 and on the basis of 25 February, Shift 1 exam review, we have come up with the SBI Clerk Mains Memory Based Papers.** Candidates appearing for the examination in the upcoming shifts must solve the SBI Clerk Mains Memory Based Mock 2024 to get an idea of the level of questions being asked.

## SBI Clerk Mains Memory Based Paper 2024 Based on 25 February Exam

The Adda247 team has provided a specially crafted SBI Clerk Mains Memory Based Paper 2024 to aid candidates in understanding the examination. SBI Clerk Mains Memory Based Mock 2024 is an invaluable source comprising the questions asked in the 1st shift of the examination held on 25 February. The SBI Clerk Mains Memory Based Paper 2024 has been made available for the various sections asked in the examination which the candidates can download after clicking on the below given link.

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**Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:**

Nine persons lives on different floor in thirteen story building. The bottommost floor is numbered as 1 and so on till the topmost floor is numbered as 13. Four floors are vacant. A lives on prime numbered floor above floor 5. Four floors gap between A and G. One floor gap between G and H. H lives above G. Five floors gap between H and C. C lives below H. D lives on even numbered floor. Number of floors above D is same as the numbers of floors between J and B. E lives on even number floor just above B. No vacant floor between C and B. F lives two floors above D.

**Q1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which of the following does not belong to that group?**

(a) Floor 6

(b) Floor 13

(c) Floor 5

(d) Floor 9

(e) Floor 1

**Q2. Who live just below and just above J respectively?**

(a) D, H

(b) A, G

(c) G, H

(d) F, A

(e) B, G

**Q3. How many persons live above E?**

(a) Four

(b) Five

(c) Three

(d) Six

(e) More than six

**Q4. Which of the following statement is true?**

I. Two persons live between J and B

II. C does not live below J

III. The numbers of floors above B is same as the

numbers of floor below A

(a) Both I and III

(b) Only III

(c) Both I and II

(d) Only I

(e) All I, II and III

**Q5. If F and G interchanged their position then how many persons live between F and H?**

(a) Two

(b) One

(c) Three

(d) None

(e) Four

**Directions (6-7): Solve the quadratic equation given below and answer the question based on these equations.**

(I) 2x 2 – Px + 10 = 0

(II) 4y 2 – Ry + 15 = 0

Note: (i) Roots of the equation (I) are (A) and (B) whose sum is 4.5 (ii) Roots of the equation (II) are C and D. Smallest root (C) of the equation (II) is llest root (A) of the equation (I)

**Q6. Find the sum of the B and D.**

(a) 6.75

(b) 7.75

(c) 6.25

(d) 4.25

(e) 8.25

**Q7. Which of the following statement/s is/are correct.**

(I) A + 1.75 = D

(II) B + 1.25 = D

(III) D – C = B + 0.25

(a) Both (I) and (II)

(b) Only (I)

(c) Only (III)

(d) All (I), (II) & (III)

(e) None of these

**Direction (8-9): One number is wrong, and one number is missing in the given number series. Solve the number series and answer the questions given below.**

(I) 0.5, 5, 60, 480, 2880, 11520, P

**Q8. Find the wrong number of the series.**

(a) 5

(b) 60

(c) 480

(d) 2880

(e) 0.5

**Q9. If the wrong number of the series is A, then find which of the statement/s is/are correct.**

(I) P – 2880 = 4032A

(II) P is completely divisible by A

(III) P>4320A

(a) Both (I) and (II)

(b) Only (I)

(c) Only (III)

(d) All (I), (II) & (III)

(e) None of these

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