## 6 Aug 2016

### IBPS PO 2016- Practice Reasoning Questions (Mixed Quiz)

IBPS PO 2016- Practice Reasoning Questions (Mixed Quiz) Set-6:
Dear Readers, Important Practice Reasoning Questions with explanation for Upcoming IBPS PO Exams was given here with explanation, candidates those who are preparing for those exams can use this practice questions.

Directions (Q. 1-5): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Give answer

1). Statements: A > M ≥ D > H ≤ R ≤ Y < W
Conclusions:
I.        A>H
II.       W>H
III.      R<W
IV.     M>Y

a)   Only I, II and III follows
b)   Only II follows
c)   Only I and II follows
d)   Only I and either II or IV follows
e)   All I, II, III and IV follows

2). Statements: M> U >L ≤ N; L ≥ Y > A
Conclusions:
I.        Y<N
II.       M>N
III.      N=Y
IV.     M>A

a)   Only either II or III follows
b)   Only IV and either I or III follows
c)   Only IV follows
d)   Only II follows
e)   Only III follows

3). Statements: G ≥ B > D = F ;  L < B < M
Conclusions:
I.        M<J
II.       G>L
III.      D>L
IV.     F< M

a)   Only II follows
b)   Only I and III follows
c)   None follows
d)   Only II and IV follows
e)   Only I and II follows

4). Statements: E > F ≤ O ≤ L;  F ≥ U < T
Conclusions:
I.        E>L
II.       T<F
III.      O>T
IV.     L<U

a)   Only I follows
b)   Only II follows
c)   Only III follows
d)   None follows
e)   Only I and IV follows

5). Statements:  N > C ≤ Y ≤ R < U = Z ≥ E
Conclusions:
I.        N>R
II.       Z≤R
III.      R>E
IV.     Z>C

a)   Only I and II follows
b)   Only IV follows
c)   None follows
d)   Only II and IV follows
e)   Only II and III follows

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information and answer the questions given below:
Eight persons Sahaj, Sahas, Sahay, Sahib, Sahil, Sajal, Sajan and Salil are playing a game of musical chairs. The chairs placed around a circular table face away from the table. Each person knows a different language – Malayalam, Sanskrit, Odia, Kashmiri, Gujarati, Tamil, Hindi and Assamese – but not necessarily in the same order. When all of them are sitting in the chairs during the game, the following conditions were fulfilled.
Sahay is a Hindi speaker and sits third to the left of Sahil.
The Tamil and the Kashmiri speaker are immediate neighbours of each other.
Neither the Kashmiri nor the Tamil speaker is an immediate neighbour of either Sahil or Sahay.
The Sanskrit and the Assamese speaker are immediate neighbours of each other.
Neither Sahil nor Sahib speaks Assamese.
The one who speaks Kashmiri sits to the left of Sahas, who speaks Odia.
Sahaj speaks Sanskrit and is not an immediate neighbour of the Hindi speaker.
Only Sajal sits between the Kashmiri and the Malayalam speaker.
Sajan sits third to the left of the person who speaks Assamese.

6). Which of the following pairs represents the immediate neighbours of the Malayalam speaker?
a)   Kashmiri and Gujarati
b)   Assamese and Kashmiri
c)   Sanskrit and Gujarati
d)   Odia and Tamil
e)   None of these

7). Who among the following speaks Assamese?
a)   Sajan
b)   Salil
c)   Sajal
d)   Sahil
e)   None of these

8). How many persons sit between the Hindi speaker and Sahib when counted in clockwise direction from the Hindi speaker?
a)   None
b)   One
c)   Two
d)   Three
e)   Four

9). Sahil speaks which of the following languages?
a)   Tamil
b)   Gujarati
c)   Kashmiri
d)   Malayalam
e)   None of these

10). Who among the following sits exactly between Sahas and Salil?
a)   Sanskrit speaker
b)   Tamil speaker
c)   Kashmiri speaker
d)   Malayalam speaker
e)   Hindi speaker