Crack IBPS Exam 2017 – Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-14)

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    Direction (1-5): Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:
    • There are seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G based in Delhi. Each of them is from a different state, has a different profession, and plays a different instrument.
    • C, a doctor, is from Bihar. E and F play mandolin and violin, though not necessarily in that order. A is not from Kerala.
    • The person from Kerala is an engineer and plays guitar. The lawyer plays sitar. The businessman from UP plays violin.
    • The teacher and the cricketer play flute and piano, though not necessarily in that order. F is a pilot.
    • The Maharashtrian is a teacher. The Gujarati plays piano. G, a Punjabi, does not play sarod. B is a cricketer.
    1.Which state does A belong to?

    Gujarat
    Kerala
    Maharashtra
    Can’t say
    None of these

    1).

    Answer: C)

    2.Which instrument does B play?

    flute
    piano
    sarod
    Can’t say
    sitar
    2). Answer is: B)


    3. Which instrument does C play?

    mandolin
    sitar
    violin
    None of these
    sarod
    3). Answer is: E)


    4.What is D’s profession?

    Engineer
    Lawyer
    Teacher
    Can’t say
    Cricketer
    4). Answer is: A)

    5. Which state does E belong to?

    Gujarat
    Kerala
    UP
    Can’t say
    none of these
    5). Answer is: C)

    Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
    • 9 people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and J stay in a building, not necessarily in the same order.
    • The building has 9 floors and only one person stays on one floor. All of them own one car each, and each car is of a different colour, i.e. blue, grey, white, black, yellow, green, red, orange and pink not necessarily in the same order.
    • The ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above it, number 2 and so on and the top most floor is numbered 9.
    • H owns a black coloured car and stays on an even numbered floor. A stays on any even numbered floor below the floor on which H stays. The one who owns an orange coloured car stays on the fourth floor.
    • E stays on the second floor and owns the white coloured car. The one who owns a pink coloured car stays on the third floor. A does not own a green coloured car. There are two floors between the floors on which the people owning the red and the black coloured cars stay.
    • C owns a grey coloured car. There are three floors between the floors on which C and G stay. D stays on a floor immediately above J's floor. There is one floor between the floors on which F and G stay. F does not own the pink coloured car.
    • The one who owns the blue car stays on the top-most floor. F does not stay on the ground floor.

    6. Who is staying on the floor no. 7?

    A
    B
    D
    E
    F
    6).

    Floor
    Person
    Car
    9
    B
    Blue
    8
    H
    Black
    7
    F
    Green
    6
    A
    Yellow 
    5
    G
    Red
    4
    D
    Orange 
    3
    J
    Pink
    2
    E
    White 
    1
    C
    Grey

    Answer is: E)


    7. How many persons are staying between D and H?

    Three
    Four
    Two
    One
    None of these
    7). Answer is: A)

    8.Who is staying on the second floor?

    D
    F
    E
    A
    B or C
    8). Answer is: C)

    9.Who is staying on the ninth floor?

    G
    B
    A
    C
    D
    9). Answer is: B)

    10.How many persons are staying between A and C?

    Three
    Four
    Two
    One
    None of these
    10). Answer is: B)

    Directions (11-15): Study the following carefully and answer the questions given below.
    • Eight friends – Romil, Ramesh, Rakesh, Rohit, Rahul, Abhijit, Abhishek and Anil – are sitting around a circular table, not necessarily in the same order. Four of them are facing inside others are facing outside. They are belong to eight different cities – Bhopal, Patna, Kolkata, Delhi, Gwalior, Bengaluru, Chennai and Rajkot, but not necessarily in the same order.
    • Abhijit faces the Centre and sits third to the right of Rakesh. Rohit belongs to Kolkata and faces the person who belongs to Bengaluru. Abhishesk sits third to the right of Ramesh, who stays in Bhopal.
    • The persons who belong to Delhi and Gwalior are facing to the same direction (inside or outside). Rahul is sitting between the person who belongs to Kolkata and the one from Rajkot respectively. Romil belongs to Gwalior and Rakesh belongs to Patna.
    • The person who belongs to Chennai is facing outward and immediate neighbor of person who belong to Rajkot. Anil is immediate neighbor of the persons who belong to Gwalior and Chennai. Rahul is immediate left of Rohit.
    11.Who belongs to Bengaluru?

    Romil
    Rohit
    Anil
    Abhishek
    Rahul

    11).

    Answer: C)

    12. Immediate neighbors of Romil?

    Romesh and Rakesh
    Rahul and Rohit
    Anil and Ramesh
    Abhishek and Rahul
    Rohit and Abhijeet
    12). Answer is: C)

    13. Which of the following pair is true?

    Romil – Bhopal
    Anil – Bengaluru
    Rohit – Delhi
    Abhijeet – Delhi
    Abhishek – Patna
    13). Answer is: B)


    14.Position of Ramesh with respect to Rahul?

    Third to the right
    Fourth to the left
    Fifth to the right
    Second to the right
    Third to the left
    14). Answer is: E)

    15. If Rohit and Anil interchange their positions and similarly Abhijit and Rakesh interchange their positions then what is the position of Romil with respect to Rakesh?

    Third to the left
    Third to the right
    Second to the left
    Immediate left
    None of these
    15). Answer: A)

    16. Sheela walks from A to B which is 2 km. away, turns right at 90° and walks for 3 km. to point C, turns right at 90° and walks to D which is 8 km. away, turns 90° right and goes 3 km. to point K. Then, once again she turns right, 90° and walks 4 km. to point F. How far is it from A to F ?

    2 km.
    4 km
    6 km
    8 km
    None of this
    16).

    Answer: A)

    17. Raju is Ramu'sneighbour and he stays 100 metres away towards southeast. Venu is Raju'sneighbour and he stays 100 metres away towards southwest. Khader is Venu'sneighbour and he stays 100 metres away towards northwest. Then where is the position of Khader's home in relation to Ramu's ?

    South-East
    South-West
    North-West
    North
    None of this
    17).

    Answer: c)

    Directions (18-20) Study the following information to answer the given questions.
    In a certain code ‘318’ means ‘run very fast’, ‘289’ means ‘to run away’, ‘97’ means ‘to see’ and ‘43’ means ‘very good’.

    18. What is the code for ‘see’?

    3
    7
    4
    9
    None of these
    18). Answer: B)

    19.Which of the following represents, ‘see good run away’?

    8472
    7914
    7319
    3289
    None of these
    19). Answer: A)

    20. What is the code for ‘run’?

    3
    8
    1
    9
    None of these
    20). Answer is: B)