8 Oct 2016

Mission IBPS PO 2016- Practice Reasoning Questions with Explanation

Mission IBPS PO 2016- Practice Reasoning Questions Set-26:
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.

Direction (Q. 1-3): A coded statement is followed by two conclusions. Decode the statement and conclusion
The symbols have to be decoded as follows:
A (a) B means A is smaller than B.
A (b) B means A is greater or equal to B
A (c) B means A is greater than B.
A (d) B means A is equal to B.
A (e) B means A is shorter or equal to B.
a)    If only conclusion I is true
b)    If only conclusion II is true
c)    If conclusion I or conclusion II is true
d)    If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true
e)    If both are true

1). Statement: M (d) T, T (b) S, S (e) K
 Inference: I. M (e) K
 II. M (b) K

2). Statement: Q(a) R, R(b) T, T(e)U
Inference: I. Q (a) T
II. R (c) T

3). Statements: W (e) M, M (d) N, N (c) L
Inference: I. M (c) L
II. N (b) W

Directions (Q. 4-8): In these questions, relationship between different elements is given in the statements are followed by two conclusions.
a)    If only conclusion I follows.
b)    If only conclusion II follows.
c)    If either conclusion I or II follows.
d)    If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
e)    If both conclusion I and II follows
4). Statements:
N = P, P ≤ F, F ≥ L, L = K
Conclusions:
I. F = K
II. F > K

5). Statements:
Z > T, T < M, M < J
Conclusions:
I. T < J
II. J < Z

6). Statements:
Q = Z, C ≥ G, G ≥ Q, Q ≥ R, J ≥ C
Conclusions:
I. G ≥ Z
II. C ≥ R

7). Statements: E < F ≤ G = H > S
Conclusions:
I. G > S
II. F ≤ H

8). Statements: P ≤ Q < W = L
Conclusion:
I. L > P
II. Q ≤ L

9). In a certain code language, ‘kew xas huma deko, means ‘she is eating apples’: ‘kew tepo qua’ means ‘she sells toys’ and ‘sul lim deko’ means ‘ I like apples’,
Which of the following measn ‘she’ and ‘apples’ in that code language?
a)    xas & deko
b)    xas & kew
c)    kew & deko
d)    kew & xas
e)    deko & tepo

10). In a certain code language, ‘851’ means ‘good sweet fruit’: ‘783’ means ‘good red rose’  and ‘341’ means ‘rose and fruit’: 70 means ‘red garden’. How can ‘red rose garden, ’be written?
a)    470
b)    730
c)    753
d)    580
e)    735

Answers:
1)c   2)e   3)c  4)c   5)a   6)e   7)e   8)a   9)c   10)b

Explanation:
1). M = T, T ≥ S, S ≤ K.
Or, M = T, M = T ≥ S, K ≥ S
Or, M = T = S, M = T > S, K ≥ S
Or, M = T = S = K, M = T > S, K > S.
Answer: c)

2). Q < R, R ≥ T, T ≤ U
Or, R > Q, R ≥ T, U ≥ T
Or, R = T > Q, R > T= U, U > T.
Thus, both conditions I and II are true
Answer: e)

3). W ≤M, M = N, N>L
Or, M ≥ W, M = N, N >L
Or, M = N ≥ W, M = W =N, N > L
Answer: c)

4).
Answer: c)

5).
Answer: a)

6).
Answer: e)

7).
Answer: e)

8).
Answer: a)

9).
Answer: c)

10).
Answer: b)





 

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