# Crack IBPS Exam 2017 – Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-26)

Crack IBPS Exam 2017 – Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-26):
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Directions (1-5): In each question three statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III have been given. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
1). Statements:
Some chillies are potatoes.
No chilli is a tomato.
All potatoes are gingers.
Conclusions:
I. All gingers being chillies is a possibility.
II. At least some tomatoes are not chillies.
III. Some potatoes are not tomatoes.

Only I follows
Only II and III follow
All I, II and III follow
Only I and III follow
None of these

Some chillies are potatoes (I) + All potatoes are gingers (A) = I + A = I = Some chillies are gingers (I). Thus the given possibility between gingers and chillies exists. Hence conclusion I follows.
Again, No chilli is a tomato (E) -> conversion -> No tomato is a chilli (E). Hence conclusion II follows.
Some chillies are potatoes (I) -> conversion -> Some potatoes are chillies (I) + No chilli is a tomato (E) = I + E = O = Some potatoes are not tomatoes (O). Hence conclusion III follows.

2). Statements:
All violets are slates.
No wallet is a slate.
Some violins are violets.
Conclusions:
I. Some violins are not wallets.
II. All violets being wallets is a possibility.
III. All slates being violins is a possibility.

Only I follows
Only II and III follow
All I, II and III follow
None follows
None of these
Some violins are violets (I) + All violets are slates (A) = I + A = I = Some violins are slates (I) + (No wallet is a slate (E) conversion à) No slate is a wallet (E) I + E = O = Some violins are not wallets. Hence conclusion I follows.
All violets are slates (A) + (No wallet is a slate (E) -> conversion -> No slate is a wallet (E) = A + E = E = No violet is a wallet. Hence conclusion II does not follow. Some violins are slates. Hence, conclusion III follows.

Directions (Q. 3-4):
Statements:
All dialogues are voices.
Some speeches are dialogues.
No word is a speech.

3). Conclusions:
I. Some voices are not words.
II. All words being dialogues is a possibility.
III. No speech is a word.

Only III follows
Only I and II follow
Only II and III follow
None follows
None of these
Some speeches are dialogues(I) + All dialogues are voices (A) = I + A = I = Some speeches are voices (I) à conversion à Some voices are speeches (I) + (No word is a speech (E) -> conversion -> No speech is a word (E) = I + E = O = Some voices are not words. Hence conclusion I follows.
Some speeches are dialogues -> conversion -> Some dialogues are speeches (I) + (No word is a speech à conversion à) No speech is a word (E) = I + E = O = Some dialogues are not words. Hence conclusion II follows.
No word is a speech (E) -> conversion -> No speech is a word (E). Hence conclusion III follows

4). Conclusions:
I. Some words are not dialogues.
II. Some voices are speeches.
III. Some dialogues are speeches.

Only II and III follow
Only I follows
Only III follows
All I, II and III follow
None of these
Some speeches are dialogues (I) -> conversion à Some dialogues are speeches (I) + No speech is a word (E) = I + E = O = Some dialogues are not words (O) -> conversion -> No conversion. Hence conclusion I does not follow.
Some speeches are dialogues (I) +All dialogues are voices (A) = I + A = I = Some speeches are voices (I) -> conversion -> Some voices are speeches (I). Hence conclusion II follows.
Some speeches are dialogues (I) -> conversion -> Some dialogues are speeches (I). Hence conclusion III follows.

5). Statements:
Some streets are cities.
All towns are markets.
No city is a market.
Conclusions:
I. No market is a city.
II. All markets being streets is a possibility.
III. No town is a city.

Only I follows
Only I and II follow
Only I and III follow
All I, II and III follow
None of these
No city is a market (E) -> conversion -> No market is a city (E). Hence conclusion I follows.
Some streets are cities (I) + No city is a market (E) = I + E = O = Some streets are not markets. Hence conclusion II follows.
All towns are markets (A) + (No city is a market (E) -> conversion -> No market is a city (E) = A + E = E = No town is a city (E). Hence conclusion III follows.

Directions (Q. 06-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.Twelve people are sitting in two parallel rows. In row 1, Avikshit, Avinash, Ayush, Atulya, Avanish and Atmaja are sitting facing towards south. In row 2, Aadesh, Aabheer, Aafreen, Aakash, Aashish and Abhilash are sitting facing towards north. They are sitting in a manner that each person sitting in row 1 faces exactly one person sitting in row 2. Each of these twelve persons except two has a different favorite colour.
Aabheer likes pink and is sitting opposite to the one who is second to the left of Ayush who likes Grey.
Neither Aabheer nor Ayush sits at any of the extreme end.
Aakash and the one who likes Green sit at extreme end of the row, but they do not face each other.
Only three people sit between Aafreen and the person who likes Blue.
Aafreen faces Avanish, who likes Red.
Atmaja sits second to the right of Atulya, who likes Brown.
Four people sitting at extreme end like white, green, blue and purple color.
Aadesh likes black and is sitting third to the left of Aafreen
Avinash does not face Aabheer while Aashish faces Atulya
Aakash is a neighbour of Aadesh while Abhilash is not
There are three people between the two who like green and grey
The one who likes yellow is sitting immediate left of the person who likes purple

6. Who is sitting second to the right of the one who faces Atulya?

Aabheer
Aafreen
Aakash
Aashish
6).

7. Find the odd one out?

Atmaja
Avinash
Aakash
Abhilash
Atulya
7).

8. Who is sitting between Atulya and the person who likes Red color?

Avikshit
Avinash
Ayush Atulya
Avanish
None

9. What is the favourite color of Aashish?

Blue
Black
White
Grey
None
9).

10.Which of the following combination between person and color is incorrect?

Atulya -Brown
Ayush -Grey
Avanish-Red
All are correct
10).

Directions (11-15): Study the following carefully and answer the questions given below.
Seven friends namely Subha, Praveen, Zaheer, Ganesh, Bharathi, Kaviya and Nisar attend different Exams coaching namely NIACL Clerk, SBI PO, BOB PO, NICL AO, DENA PO, BOI PO and LVB PO, not necessarily in the same order, from Monday to Sunday (of the same week). Subha attends a coaching on Friday. Only two people attend coaching between Subha and the one who is attending NICL AO class. Kaviya attends a coaching immediately before Ganesh, Neither Kaviya nor Ganesh is attending NICL AO class. Only one person attends a coaching between Kaviya and the one who is attending BOB PO. The one who is attending BOB PO class does not have a coaching on Monday. Praveen attends a coaching immediately before the one who is attending NIACL Clerk class. Subha is not attending NIACL Clerk class. Only one person has a coaching between Kaviya and Bharathi. Zaheer is attending BOI PO class. Only two people have coaching between Zaheer and the one who is attending DENA PO class. Bharathi is not attending LVB PO class.
11. BOI PO class held on which of the following day?

Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday

12. How many persons attend the class between Bharathi and Nisar?

Four
Three
Five
Two
One

13.Praveen attends which of the following coaching class?

LVB PO
NICL AO
SBI PO
BOB PO
NIACL Clerk

14.Who among the following attend the class on Wednesday?

Bharathi
Ganesh
Nisar
Subha
Kaviya

15. Which of the following statement is true?

Sunday – Zaheer - BOB PO
Friday – Kaviya - BOI PO
Thursday – Ganesh - DENA PO
Tuesday – Bharathi - SBI PO
Wednesday – Praveen - NICL AO

Directions (Q. 16-20): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions.
Eight friends Deepan, Jalil, Nagaraj, Sharma, Hanuman, Tilak, Sukumar and Prasanna live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered 1 and the topmost floor of the building is numbered 8. Each of them likes different players of grand prix viz, Kimi Räikkönen, Daniel Ricciardo, Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel, Jenson Button and Nico Rosberg but not necessarily in the same order.
The one who likes Daniel Ricciardo lives on an even-numbered floor but not on the topmost floor. Only one person lives between Tilak and the one who likes Fernando Alonso. Only two persons live between Tilak and the one who likes Daniel Ricciardo. Neither Hanuman nor Nagaraj lives on the first floor. Only one person lives between Nagaraj and the one who likes Max Verstappen. Deepan lives just above Tilak. Only two persons live between Hanuman and Deepan. The one who likes Fernando Alonso does not live on floor number one, Jalil lives on an even-numbered floor and just above Nagaraj. The one who likes Lewis Hamilton lives on an even numbered floor and lives just above the person who likes Nico Rosberg. Nagaraj does not like Fernando Alonso or Nico Rosberg. Only two persons live between the one who likes Sebastian Vettel and the one who likes Kimi Räikkönen . Sharma does not like Jenson Button. The one who likes Sebastian Vettel does not live on an odd-numbered floor. Prasanna lives just below the one who likes Nico Rosberg.
16. Sukumar likes which of the following player?

Jenson Button
Max Verstappen
Lewis Hamilton
Nico Rosberg
Kimi Räikkönen
16).

17. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?

Deepan
Nagaraj
Prasanna
Jalil
Sukumar

18. How many persons are between the one who likes Lewis Hamilton and the one who stays on 4th floor?

One
Two
Three
Four
Five

19. Who lives on fifth floor?

Jalil
Hanuman
The one who likes Lewis Hamilton
The one who likes Fernando Alonso
Both option b and d

20. Which of the following combinations is true?

1 – Sharma - Jenson Button
4 – Hanuman - Daniel Ricciardo
3 – Tilak - Nico Rosberg
6 – Prasanna - Sebastian Vettel
7 – Nagaraj - Kimi Räikkönen

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