20 Jun 2017

Practice Reasoning Questions For IBPS 2017 Exams (Input-Output / Inequality)

Practice Reasoning Questions For IBPS 2017 Exams (Input-Output / Inequality):
Dear Readers, Important Practice Reasoning Questions with explanation for IBPS Exams 2017 was given here with explanation, candidates those who are preparing for Banking and all other Competitive exams can use this practice questions.

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Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information to 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. The following is an illustration of an input and rearrangement.
Input: machine autograph 8 4 2 personality 9 on 6 venn 11 sender 7 Educator
Step I: autograph 9 machine 8 4 2 personality on 6 venn 11 sender 7 Educator
Step II: autograph 9 Educator 8 machine 4 2 personality on 6 venn 11 sender 7
Step III: autograph 9 Educator 8 machine 7 4 2 personality on 6 venn 11 sender
Step IV: autograph 9 Educator 8 machine 7 on 2 4 personality 6 venn 11 sender
Step V: autograph 9 Educator 8 machine 7 on 2 personality 11 4 6 venn sender
Step VI: autograph 9 Educator 8 machine 7 on 2 personality 11 sender 6 4 venn
Step VII: autograph 9 Educator 8 machine 7 on 2 personality 11 sender 6 venn 4
Step VII is the last step. As per rules followed in above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the input given below.
Input: inflexible on 7 6 factory dollar 5 8 10 agree projects 2 9 immovable
1.In step IV, if, in a certain way, ‘immovable’ is related to ‘factory’ and ‘9’ is related to ‘7’, which of the following would ‘8’ be related to, following the same pattern?
inflexible
9
on
6
None of these

Directions (Q. 1-5):
The machine rearranges one word and one number in each step. The word that comes first in alphabetical order is placed first and is followed by the number equal to the total number of alphabets in the word.
Input: inflexible on 7 6 factory dollar 5 8 10 agree projects 2 9 immovable
Step I: agree 5 inflexible on 7 6 factory dollar 8 10 projects 2 9 immovable
Step II: agree 5 dollar 6 inflexible on 7 factory 8 10 projects 2 9 immovable
Step III: agree 5 dollar 6 factory 7 inflexible on 8 10 projects 2 9 immovable
Step IV: agree 5 dollar 6 factory 7 immovable 9 inflexible on 8 10 projects 2
Step V: agree 5 dollar 6 factory 7 immovable 9 inflexible 10 on 8 projects 2
Step VI: agree 5 dollar 6 factory 7 immovable 9 inflexible 10 on 2 8 projects
Step VII: agree 5 dollar 6 factory 7 immovable 9 inflexible 10 on 2 projects 8
2.Which of the following will be the step IV of the rearrangement?
agree 5 dollar 6 factory 7 inflexible on 8 10 projects 2 9 immovable
agree 5 dollar 6 factory 7 immovable 9 inflexible on 8 10 projects 2
agree 5 dollar 6 factory 7 immovable 9 inflexible 10 on 8 projects 2
agree 5 dollar 6 inflexible on 7 factory 8 10 projects 2 9 immovable
None of these

3.What will be the position of ‘factory’ in step V?
Fifth from the right end
Ninth from the right end
Sixth from the left end
Sixth from the right end
None of these

4.Which of the following will be the last step of the rearrangement?
IV
VI
VII
V
None of these
5. Which of the following is second to the right of the one that is 7th from the right end in step IV?
inflexible
8
9
on
None of these

Directions (Q. 6-10): In the following questions, the symbols \$,@,%, © and # are used with the following meanings as illustrated below:
'A©B' means 'A' is greater than 'B'.
'A%B' means 'A' is smaller than 'B'.
'A@B' means 'A' is either greater than or equal 'B'.
'A\$B' means 'A' is either smaller than or equal to 'B'.
'A#B' means 'A' is equal to 'B'.
6.Statements: M @ U , U # S, S @ F
Conclusions:
I. M # S
II. U # F

Either I or III only follows
I and II only follows
Only I follow
II and III only follows
None of these
Directions (Q. 6-10):
'A © B' means “A > B”
'A % B' means “A < B”
'A @ B' means “A ≥ B”
'A \$ B' means “A ≤ B”
'A # B' means “A = B”
6).M ≥ U, U = S , S ≥ F
M = S
U = F
M > S
Either I or III follows

7.Statements: L @ B , B # H, H © T
Conclusions:
I. L # T
II. B @ T
III. L @ T

None follows
Only I follow
Only II follows
Only III follows
Only II & III follows
7).L ≥ B, B = H, H> T
L = T
B ≥ T
L ≥ T
None follows
8.Statements: V \$ Z , Z © M, M % H
Conclusions:
I. M @ V
II. H # V

Only I and II follows
Only II and III follows
Only I and III follows
Either l or lll follows
All follows
8).V ≤ Z, Z> M, M < H
M ≥ V
H = V
V > M
Either l or lll follows
9.Statements: F \$ C , C @ R, R # W
Conclusions:
I. W \$ C
II. F @ R

Only II follows
Only I and II follows
Only I follows
Only II and III follows
None of these
9).F ≤ C, C ≥ R, R = W
W ≤ C follows
F ≥ R not follows
C > W not follows

10.Statements: R # E , E @ D, D % A
Conclusions:
II. R # D

None follows
Only I follow
Only II follows
Only III follows
Only II & III follows
10).R = E, E ≥ D, D < A
R > A
R = D
A > E
None follows