Crack IBPS Exam 2017 – Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-3)

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    Directions(1 - 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.T - 20 World Cup is being organized by Bangladesh. Different teams are participating in T-20 World Cup. There are some new teams which are also participating in this T-20 for the first time. Seven new teams which are participating for the first time are - Afghanistan, Nepal, UAE, Bangladesh, Netherlands, Hong Kong and Ireland. They will be playing three practice matches at different places, namely Mirpur, Chittagong, Sylhet, Dhaka, Begra, Khulna and Fatullah, but not necessarily in the same order, on different days of the week, starting from Monday.
    • Afghanistan will be playing at Chittagong, but neither on Friday nor on Monday.
    • The host country will be playing on Thursday at Begra
    • There is a gap of one day between Afghanistan and Bangladesh match
    • Hong Kong will be playing the match before Ireland but after Netherlands at Sylhet on Wednesday
    • Ireland will be playing on the last day of the week
    • Nepal will be playing at Fatullah
    • No match will be played at Mirpur on Monday
    • The match at Khulna will be played on the last day of the week
    • The match at Dhaka will be played on Tuesday
    • No match will be played at Fatullah on Tuesday and Friday


    1.Nepal will be playing on which day of the week?

    Friday
    Tuesday
    Saturday
    Wednesday
    Monday

    1).

    Afghanistan
    Chittagong
    Saturday
    Bangladesh
    Begra
    Thursday
    HongKong
    Sylhet
    Wednesday
    Ireland
    Khulna
    Sunday
    Nepal
    Fatullah
    Monday
    UAE
    Mirpur
    Friday
    Netherlands
    Dhaka
    Tuesday

    Answer: E)

    2. Which team will be playing the match between Saturday and Thursday?

    Ireland
    UAE
    Bangladesh
    Netherlands
    Afghanistan
    2). Answer is: B)


    3. Which of the following combinations is true?

    Bangladesh - Thursday - Begra
    Netherlands - Wednesday - Mirpur
    Ireland - Saturday - Khulna
    UAE - Monday - Chittagong
    Nepal - Friday - Dhaka
    3). Answer is: A)


    4.Which team will be playing in Dhaka?

    Nepal
    Bangladesh
    Netherlands
    Hong Kong
    Ireland
    4). Answer is: c)

    5. Which of the following combinations is true?

    Nepal-Tuesday
    Hong Kong-Sunday
    Netherlands-Thursday
    Nepal-Monday
    None of these
    5). Answer is: D)

    Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
    Six friends P, Q, R, S, T and U from six different areas, viz. Rohini, Indirapuram, Dwarka, Kaushambi, Munirka and Vaishali, go for shopping in six different shopping complexes, viz. Sahara, GIP, CSM, V3S, Shipra and Select Citywalk, but not necessarily in the same order. Three different types of transport sare used by them, viz. Car, Bus and Metro, in such a manner that two persons use the same type of transport but not necessarily in the same order.
    • P uses car and lives in Vaishali but he does not go to CSM and Select Citywalk.
    • The person going to Shipra Complex uses car and the one going to GIP uses bus.
    • T uses the same type of transport as the person from Dwarka.
    • CSM Complex is chosen by the person who uses bus.
    • R is neither from Rohini nor from Munirka and he goes to Shipra Complex.
    • One of the persons who use Metro goes to Sahara Complex.
    • Q is from Kaushambi and goes to GIP. He does not use the same transport as S.
    • U is neither from Indirapuram nor from Munirka.
    • Select Citywalk and GIP Complex are not visited by the persons who use car.
    • The persons from Kaushambi and Rohini are using the same type of transport.

    6. Who are using Metro?

    S and T
    U and S
    T and P
    P and U
    None of these
    6).

    Person
    Transport
    Place
    Shopping Complex
    P
    Car
    Vaishali
    V3S
    Q
    Bus
    Kaushambi
    GIP
    R
    Car
    Indirapuram
    Shipra
    S
    Metro
    Dwarka
    Select Citywalk/Sahara
    T
    Metro
    Munirka
    Sahara/Select Citywalk
    U
    Bus
    Rohini
    CSM

    Answer is: A)


    7. Who is going to V3S Complex for shopping?

    U
    P
    R
    S
    None of these
    7). Answer is: B)

    8. Who is using the same transport as U?

    P
    Q
    T
    R
    None of these
    8). Answer is: B)

    9. S belongs to which of the following places?

    Indirapuram
    Vaishali
    Munirka
    Dwarka
    None of these
    9). Answer is: D)

    10.R is using which of the following transports?

    Car
    Bus
    Metro
    Data inadequate
    None of these
    10). Answer is: A)

    Directions (11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:A, C, E, I, O, N, P and S are eight persons working in an MNC. They are sitting around a circular table in a meeting but not necessarily in the same order. All of them hold a different post, viz President, MD, GM, CA, HR, Vice President, Chairman and Vice Chairman, but not necessarily in the same order. C sits third to the right of the Vice President. Only two persons sit between Vice President and S. The GM and the MD are immediate neighbours. Neither C nor S is a GM or an MD. The GM is not an immediate neighbour of the Vice President. The CA sits third to the right of O, who is not the GM. N sits on the immediate right of the Chairman. The Vice Chairman sits second to the left of A, who is not an immediate neighbour of S. The Vice Chairman is an immediate neighbour of both the HR and the CA. C is not the Chairman. I is not an immediate neighbour of C. E is not an immediate neighbour of the Vice Chairman.
    11.Who among the following is the Chairman of the company?

    E
    A
    I
    P
    None of these

    11).


    Answer: B)

    12. O holds which of the following posts in the company?

    Chairman
    HR
    MD
    Vice Chairman
    None of these
    12). Answer is: C)


    13. How many persons sit between the Chairman and the President?

    None
    One
    Two
    Three
    None of these
    13). Answer is: D)


    14.Which of the following pairs is an immediate neighbour of I?

    Vice Chairman, CA
    Chairman, Vice President
    Chairman, HR
    Vice Chairman, Chairman
    Can’t be determined
    14). Answer is: D)

    15. Which of the following statements is true?

    A is the Chairman and sits on the immediate right of N
    The President and the HR are immediate neighbours of P
    N is the Vice President and sits second to the left of E
    None is true
    All are true
    15). Answer is: C)

    Directions (16-20): In this question two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II have been given. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with the commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
    16.Statements:
    All hosts are guests.
    All visitors are hosts.
    Some visitors are invites.
    Conclusion:
    I) At least some guests are invites.
    II) All invites being hosts is a possibility.

    Either conclusion I or II is true
    Neither conclusion I nor II is true
    Both conclusion I and II are true
    Only conclusion I is true
    Only conclusion ll is true
    16). All visitors are hosts (A) + All hosts are guests (A) = A + A= A= All visitors are guests.
    Now, Some visitors are invites (I) -> conversion -> Some invites are visitors (I) + All visitors are guests (A) = I +A= I = Some invites are guests (I) -> conversion Some guests are invites (I). Hence conclusion I follows. And the possibility in II also exists. Thus, conclusion II also follows
    Answer is: C)


    17. Statements:
    All gadgets are instruments.
    Some instruments are devices.
    All devices are tools.
    Conclusions:
    I)At least some tools are instruments.
    II) All tools being gadgets is a possibility.

    Neither conclusion I nor II is true
    Either conclusion I or II is true
    Only conclusion I is true
    Both conclusion I and II are true
    Only conclusion II is true
    17). Some instruments are devices (I) + All devices are tools (A) = I + A = I = Some instruments are tools (I)-> conversion -> Some tools are instruments (I). Hence conclusion I follows. .
    Again, All gadgets are instruments (A) + Some instruments are tools (I) = A + I = No conclusion. But the possibility in II exists. Hence conclusion II follows.
    Answer is: D)

    18. Statements:
    All hosts are guests.
    All visitors are hosts.
    Some visitors are invites.
    Conclusion:
    I)No visitor is a guest.
    II)All hosts are visitors.

    Neither conclusion I nor II is true
    Only conclusion Il is true
    Both conclusion I and II are true
    Only conclusion I is true
    Either conclusion I or II is true
    18). All visitors are hosts (A) + All hosts are guests (A) = A+ A = A= All visitors are guests (A). .
    Hence conclusion I does not follow. .
    Again, All visitors are hosts (A) -> conversion -> Some hosts are visitors (I). Hence conclusion II also does not follow.
    Answer is: A)

    19. Statements:
    No cup is a medal.
    All medals are trophies.
    No trophy is a shield.
    Conclusion:
    I)Some shields being cups is a possibility.
    II) No trophy is a cup

    Both conclusion I and Il are true
    Neither conclusion I nor II is true
    Either conclusion I or II is true
    Only conclusion I is true
    Only conclusion II is true
    19).No cup is a medal (E) + All medals are trophies (A) = E + A = 0* = Some trophies are not cups (0*). Hence conclusion II does not follow. .
    Again, All medals are trophies (A) + No trophy is a shield (E) = A + E = E = No medal is a shield (E). .
    Now, No cup is a medal (E) + No medal is a shield (E) = E + E = No conclusion. But the possibility in I exists. Hence conclusion I follows. . Answer is: D)

    20.Statements:
    No cup is a medal.
    All medals are trophies.
    No trophy is a shield.
    Conclusion:
    I) All trophies are medals.
    II) No shield is a medal.

    Both conclusion I and II are true
    Neither conclusion I nor II is true
    Either conclusion I or II is true
    Only conclusion II is true
    Only conclusion I is true
    20).All medals are trophies (A) + No trophy is a shield (E) = A + E = E = No medal is a shield (E). Hence conclusion II follows. Again, All medals are trophies (A) -> conversion -> Some trophies are medals (I). Hence conclusion I does not follow. Answer is: D)




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