Crack IBPS Exam 2017 – Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-19)

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    Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
    T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z live on a seven-storey building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered 1, and the topmost floor is numbered 7. Each of them likes a car of different brands, viz, Lexus, Bugatti, Aston-Martin, Maserati, Isuzu, Porsche and Mini.
    T lives on an odd-numbered floor but not on floor number 3. The one who likes Isuzu car lives immediately above T. Only two persons live between W and the one who likes Isuzu car. The one who likes Bugatti car lives on one of the odd-numbered floors but above W. Only three persons live between V and the one who likes Bugatti car. The one who likes Aston-Martin car lives immediately above V. The one who likes Lexus car live immediately above the one who likes Mini car. Z lives on an odd-numbered floor. Only one person lives between U and X. U lives on one of the floors above X. Neither V nor T likes Maserati car. X does not like Aston-Martin car.
    1.Which of the following combinations is true?

    Floor no. 2 – Y – Aston-Martin
    Floor no. 7 – U – Maserati
    Floor no. 3 – V – Porsche
    Floor no. 5 – X – Lexus
    None of these

    1).

    Floor
    Person
    Car
    7
    Z
    Maserati
    6
    U
    Isuzu
    5
    T
    Bugatti
    4
    X
    Lexus
    3
    W
    Mini
    2
    Y
    Aston-Martin
    1
    V
    Porsche

    Answer: A

    2.Who among the following lives on floor number 2?

     

    Z
    Y
    V
    W
    None of these
    2). Answer: B)

    3. Which of the following statements is true with respect to the given arrangement?

    T likes Isuzu car
    W lives on the fourth floor.
    Z lives on the topmost floor
    X likes Lexus car and lives on the second floor.
    None of these
    3).Answer is: C)

    4.Which of the following car does T like?

    Porsche car
    Maserati car
    Lexus car
    Bugatti car
    None of these
    4). Answer is: D)

    5.How many persons live between the person who likes Maserati car and the one who likes Mini car?

    One

     

    Two

     

    Three

     

    Four

     

    None of these

     

    5).
    Answer is: C)

    Directions (6-10): Read the following passage carefully and answers the questions given below it.
    A, B, C, D and E are five students who are studying in different institute in New Delhi. Two of them are studying in IIT, while the other three are studying in different institute, viz FMS, DU and IIFT but not necessarily in the same order. They are living in different sectors of New Delhi viz; P, Q, R and S but not necessarily in the same order.
    The friends who are studying in IIT and IIFT stay in the same Sector S. The other three stay in three different sectors P, Q and R. Two of these five friends are Hindus, while the remaining three come from three different communities, viz Buddha, Christian and Sikh but not necessarily in the same order. The friend who is studying in IIFT is the youngest in age while the female friend who is studying in IIT is the oldest. The other friend who is studying in IIT is a male and lies between the friend who studies in FMS and the IIFT age wise. D is a male and studying in IIT and stays in Sector S while E belongs to Buddha community and stays in Sector R. Friends who studies in FMS is a Christian and lives in Sector P. B is a Sikh while, A is a Hindu and is a female and studying in IIT.
    6. In which institute B is studying?

    FMS
    IIFT
    DU
    Business
    Cannot be determined
    6).


    Answer is: B)


    7. In which institute E is studying?

    FMS
    IIFT
    DU
    Business
    Cannot be determined
    7). Answer is: C)

    8.In which institute C is studying?

    FMS
    IIFT
    DU
    Business
    Cannot be determined
    8). Answer is: A)

    9. Age wise, who among the following lies between A and C?

    Cannot be determined
    The person who is studying in IIFT
    The person who is studying in DU
    The male person who is studying in IIT
    None of these
    9). Answer is: C)

    10.Which of the following statements is true on the basis of the given information?

    E’s religion is Hindu
    A lives in sector R
    C is student of IIFT
    D’s religion is Hindu
    B is a student of FMS
    10). Answer is: D)

    Directions (11-15): Study the following carefully and answer the questions given below.Twelve friends are sitting in two parallel lines. There are 6 people in each row and sitting facing a person of other row. In row 1, A, B, C, D, E and F are seated and all of them are facing south. In row 2, P, Q, R, S, T and O are seated and all of them are facing north, but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them knows different Indian languages , viz Hindi, Bengali, Malayalam, Odia, Assamese, Bhojpuri, Marathi, Telugu, Haryanvi, Gujarati, Punjabi and Tamil, but not necessarily in the same order.
    C, who knows Assamese, sits third to the left of B. C is not an immediate neighbour of either E or A. P, who knows Punjabi, sits third to the right of S. Neither P nor S sits at the extreme ends of any row. E, who knows Hindi, faces the one who knows Telugu. F, who knows Malayalam, faces O, who sits second to the left of T and does not know Odia . T is not an immediate neighbour of S. Only two people sit between Q and T, who know Tamil and Haryanvi respectively. D, knows neither Bengali nor Odia who sits on the immediate right of the person who knows Assamese. A, who knows Bhojpuri, does not face R. The one who knows Gujarati sits second to the left of the person who faces the one who knows Malayalam.
    11.Who knows Telugu language?

    S
    R
    P
    Q
    None of these

    11).


    Answer: B)

    12.A is related to Q and Malayalam is related to Punjabi in a certain way. In the same way Hindi is related to

    Bengali
    Telugu
    Tamil
    Odia
    Gujarati
    12). Answer is: E)

    13. Who is facing the one who is sitting second to the left of the one who likes Bengali?

    The one who knows Assamese
    B
    D
    The one who likes Bhojpuri
    None of the above
    13). Answer is: D)


    14.B likes which language?

    Malayalam
    Odia
    Tamil
    Haryanvi
    None of the above
    14). Answer is: B)

    15. Which of the following pairs is sitting at the extreme ends?

    E, A
    C, S
    P, E
    R, C
    None of the above
    15). Answer: D)

    Directions (16-17): P is the grandson of J. S is husband of J. K is married to the son of J. J has only 2 children one being son. D is the daughter of K’s brother. R is brother-in-law of the son of J. K has one only 1 child. Q is the father of R
    16. If A is married to R, then how is A related to P?

    father
    sister
    aunt
    grandfather
    brother
    16). Answer: C)

    17.How is K related to J?

    grandson
    son-in-law
    brother
    Daughter in law
    father
    17). Answer: D)

    18.Anupriya starts from point A in east direction. She walks for 6 m and takes a left turn. Next she walks 7 m and reaches point B. From here she takes a right turn and walks 3 m before turning right again. Next she walks 12 m and takes a final right turn to reach point C south of A. Find distance CB.

    7√2 m
    5√10 m
    12 m
    6√5 m
    None of these
    18). Answer: D)
    Vertical distance = 12 m
    Horizontal distance = 9 m
    So CB = √(12^2 + 6^2) = 6√5 m

    19.Hema starts walking from point A in west direction. She walks for 9 m and takes a right turn. Now she walks for 8 m and takes a right turn again. Next she walks 5m to turn right again. Next she walks 12 m, takes a left turn to reach point B. Point A is to the north of point B. Find AB.

    6 m
    5 m
    7 m
    4 m
    8 m
    19).Answer: D)
    12 – 8 = 4m

    20. If the first digit is divided by 2, 4 is added to second digit, third digit is again divided by 2, and so on in the number – 236184250, then find how many digits are greater than 5 in the new number thus formed.

    Four
    Two
    Three
    None
    Six
    20). Answer: C)
    236184250 changes to 173548190. So numbers greater than 5 are – 7, 8 and 9

     


     
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