## 13 Jun 2017

### Practice Reasoning Questions For NICL AO & RBI Grade B 2017 (Syllogism New pattern & Input-Output New Pattern)

Practice Reasoning Questions For NICL AO & RBI Grade B 2017 (Syllogism New Pattern & Input-Output New Pattern) :
Dear Readers, Important Practice Reasoning Questions for NICL AO & RBI Grade B 2017  was given here with Solutions. Aspirants those who are preparing for Bank exams & all other Competitive examination can use this material.

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Direction (Q.1-5):In each of the questions below there are given four conclusions followed by fivestatements numbered I, II, III, IV & IV. 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 statements and then decide which of the given statement logically follows from the given conclusion disregarding commonly known facts.

1.Conclusions:
Some clouds are tree is a possibility
Some trees are seas
Some seas are not rains
Some mountains are trees
Statements(I):
All trees are mountain
No mountain is a sea
Some mountains are rains
All clouds are rains
Statements(II):
No tree is a mountain
Some mountains are sea
No mountain is a rain
All clouds are rains
Statements(III):
All trees are mountain
All mountains are sea
No mountain is a rain
All clouds are rains
Statements(IV):
Some trees are mountains
All mountains are sea
No mountain is a rain
Some clouds are rains
Statements(V):
No tree is a mountain
All mountains are sea
No mountain is a rain
Some clouds are rains
Only I follows
Only II follows
Only III & IV follows
Only IV follows
Only V follows

1).

2.Conclusions :
Some galaxies are planets
Some stars are galaxies
Some stars being planets is a possibility
Some comets are galaxy
Statements(I):
All planets are galaxy
Some galaxies are comets
All comets are stars
Some stars are rockets
Statements(II):
Some planets are galaxy
All galaxies are comets
Some comets are stars
All stars are rockets
Statements(III):
All planets are galaxy
All galaxies are comets
Some comets are stars
Some stars are rockets
Statements(IV):
Some planets are galaxy
No galaxy is a comet
All comets are stars
Some stars are rockets
Statements(V):
All planets are galaxy
Some galaxies are comets
No comet is a star
Some stars are rockets
Only I follows
Only I & II follows
Only III & IV follows
Only IV follows
Only V follows
2).

3.Conclusions :
Some buildings are medicine
Some flowers are forest
Some Medicine are not flowers
Some medicines are leaves
Statements(I):
Some buildings are forest
Some forests are flowers
All forests are leaves
Some leaves are medicine
Statements(II):
All buildings are forest
Some forests are flowers
All forests are leaves
Some leaves are medicine
Statements(III):
Some buildings are forest
Some forests are flowers
All forests are leaves
All leaves are medicine
Statements(IV):
Some buildings are forest
Some forests are flowers
All medicines are forest
Some leaves are forest
Statements(V):
Some buildings are forest
All forests are flowers
Some forests are leaves
Some leaves are Medicines
Only I follows
Only I & II follows
Only III follows
Only I & IV follows
Only V follows
3).

4.Conclusions :
Some sports are not keys
Some doors are definitely not cricket
All keys are not cricket
At least some doors are keys
Statements(I):
All sports are cricket
Some keys are doors
No cricket is a key
Statements(II):
Some sports are cricket
Some crickets are doors
Some doors are keys
Statements(III):
Some sports are cricket
No cricket is a key
Some keys are doors
Statements(IV):
Some crickets are sports
All crickets are keys
Some keys are doors
Statements(V):
All sports are cricket
All crickets are keys
No key is a door
Only I follows
Only I & II follows
Only I & III follows
Only IV follows
All are follows
4).

5.Conclusions :
Some pens are not stickers
Some inks are stickers is a possibility
Some pots are stickers
Some pens are windows
Statements(I):
Some stickers are pots
No pot is window
Some windows are inks
Some inks are pens
Statements(II):
All stickers are pots
No pot is window
All windows are inks
Some inks are pens
Statements(III):
Some pot are stickers
All sticker is window
Some windows are inks
All inks are pens
Statements(IV):
All stickers are pots
No pot is window
Some windows are inks
All inks are pens
Statements(V):
Some stickers are pots
No pot is window
Some windows are inks
All windows are pens
Only I follows
Only II follows
Only II & III follows
Only IV follows
Only V follows
5).

Direction (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
A number arrangement machine arranges two digit numbers in typical manner. The first step has been obtained by multiplying the digits in input.Multiplication has not been done in any other steps. They are obtained by applying certain logic. Each step is a resultant of previous step.

6.If each middle digit of all the three numbers in the step I are halved and then added, then what will be the final sum?
4
6.5
3.5
7.5
None of these
Directions (Q. 6-10):

In step I: 7* 5 = 35; 3*2 = 6;
5* 8 = 40; 6*1 = 6;
4* 7 = 28; 9*1 = 9;
In step II : each first digit and third digit of the numbers are added and then subtracted withsecond digit.
(6 + 3) - 5 = 4; (6 + 4) - 0 = 10; (2+9) – 8 = 3;
In step III : divide the second number by the first number and also third number by second number.
10/4 = 2.5; 3/10=0.3;
In step IV : subtract the second number from first number. This is the final output.
2.5– 0.3 = 2.2
6). 5/2 + 0/2 + 8/2 = 2.5 + 0 + 4= 6.5

7.If the final output is subtracted from ‘5’, then what will be the resultant value?
-2.8
-3.2
2.8
3.2
None of these
7). The final output is ‘2.2’= 5 – 2.2 = 2.8
8.Which of the following combination represent the first digit of the third number and second digit of the first number in step I of the given input?
(5,2)
(8,3)
(3,8)
(2,5)
(2,4)
8). The first digit of the third number in step I is ‘2’ and the second digit of the first number is ‘5’. Hence, (2, 5)
9. Which of the following represent the difference between the third digit of the third number and second digit of the first number in step I?
4
5
6
-4
None of these
9). The third digit of the third number in step I is ‘9’ and second digit of the first number in step I is ‘5’. Hence, 9 – 5 =4

10.What is the multiplication of three numbers obtained in step II?
100
120
240
220
None of these
10). The two numbers obtained in step II are 4, 10 and 3
Hence, 4 *10*3 = 120