Crack IBPS Exam 2017 – Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-8)

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    Directions(1 - 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight students sitting around a circular table. Four of them are facing towards the centre and four of them are facing away from the centre. All of them like a different magazine, viz. India Today, Darpan, BSC, Kiran, Chronicle, Rozgar, Times and Current Affairs, but not necessarily in the same order.
    E faces towards the centre and likes India Today. Both the immediate neighbours of E face away from the centre and like BSC or Kiran. D faces away from the centre. Both the immediate neighbours of D do not face away from the centre. E sits third to the right of F, who likes Chronicle and faces away from the centre. C sits third to the left of F.
    The one who likes BSC sits opposite F. The one who likes Darpan is not the immediate neighbour of F and faces away from the centre. A sits second to the left of C and does not like Times or Current Affairs. The one who likes Times sits between H and F. B faces away from the centre and does not like Darpan.

    1.Who among the following sits third to the right of G?

    A
    B
    C
    D
    F

    1).


    Answer: D)

    2. Which of the following combinations is true?

    A - Chronicle
    B - Kiran
    G - Times
    F – BSC
    None of these
    2). Answer is: C)


    3. If all the people are made to sit in alphabetical order, in clockwise direction, starting from A, the position of who amongst the following remains the same?(excluding A)

    D
    E
    G
    H
    None of these
    3). Answer is: B)


    4.Who among the following reads Rozgar?

    H
    A
    C
    D
    None of these
    4). Answer is: B)

    5. Which of the following statements is true about H?

    He sits second to the left of F
    He sits third to the left of B.
    He reads either Darpan or BSC
    G and F are his immediate neighbours
    His neighbours read India Today and Times
    5). Answer is: E)

    Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
    Ten newly appointed minister of government of India, named of ArunJaitely, NejmaHeptulla, NirmalaSitaram, Rajnath Singh, RamvilasPaswan, VenkaiahNaidu,SadanandGowda, NitinGadkari, SushmaSwaraj and PrakashJavedkar has taken foreign trip. All are going with different airlines. The name of the airlines are Fly Emirates, Air Asia, Lufthansa, Malaysian Airlines, British Airways, Kingfisher Airlines, Go Airways, Air India, Bhutan Airlines and Singapore Airlines, but not necessarily in the same order. All of the ministers are going to different destination. The destinations are Bangkok, UK, Singapore, Bhutan, Nepal, USA, Switzerland, Paataya, Malaysia and Colombo but not necessarily in the same order. No two ministers are going on the same destination.
    There are seven gents and three ladies in the group.
    A. RamvilasPaswan is going to Bangkok by Air Asia.
    B. SushmaSwaraj is not going to Colombo or Paataya.
    C. Rajnath Singh is going by Fly Emirates. Venkaiah Naidu is going to Singapore by Go Airways.
    D. NajmaHeptulla is not going to Malaysia or Switzerland.
    E. SadanandGowda is going to Paataya by British Airways.
    F. The lady who is going to Switzerland has taken the Lufthansa Airline.
    G. PrakashJavedkar is going to Malaysia by Kingfisher Airlines.
    H. NitinGadkari going by Singapore Airlines and he is not going to UK or Nepal. The lady is going to USA and travelling by Bhutan Airlines.
    I. NirmalaSitaram is going to Nepal and taken Malaysian Airlines.
    J. The lady who is travelling by Bhutan Airlines is not going to Switzerland and the person who is travelling by Air India is going to Colombo.

    6. SushmaSwaraj is travelling by which Airline ?

    Go Airways
    Air India
    Lufthansa
    Fly Emirates
    None of these
    6).


    Answer is: C)


    7. NitinGadkari is travelling to which destination ?

    Nepal
    USA
    Bhutan
    Colombo
    Switzerland
    7). Answer is: C)

    8. PrakashJavedkar is travelling by which Airline ?

    Kingfisher
    Singapore
    Malaysian Airline
    Fly Emirates
    Air Asia
    8). Answer is: A)

    9.Which of the following combination is true ?

    Rajnath Singh – UK
    Venkaiah Naidu – Singapore
    NitinGadkari – Bhutan
    NajmaHeptulla – USA
    All of these
    9). Answer is: E)

    10.Rajnath Singh is travelling to which destination ?

    USA
    UK
    Nepal
    Bhutan
    None of these
    10). Answer is: B)

    Directions (11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:There are seven people M, N, O, P, Q, R and S. They like different Mobiles, Banks and were born in different States and months. They all were born in the same year. One of the Mobiles is HTC. One of the States is Maharashtra. One of the Banks is Bank of India. One of the persons was born in the month of September. The following information is known about them. R was born either in Tamil Nadu or in Goa. The one who was born in the month of May likes Indian Bank and Apple mobile and is either O or S. P is not the one who likes Syndicate Bank. The one who likes Canara Bank likes LeEco mobile. The one who was born in Goa is the youngest one and is either N or S. The one who likes Dena Bank was born in Rajasthan but is not N. Q was born in the month of February. P was born in Bihar in the month of July and likes Micromax mobile. The one who likes Vijaya Bank was born in November but is not the youngest person. N likes Motorola mobile. The one who likes Canara Bank was born in Punjab but that person is not O who likes Nokia mobile. The youngest person likes Syndicate Bank and he is not S.The one who was born in Kerala likes Samsung mobile but is not Q. R is the second youngest person. The one who likes UCO Bank is one month younger than Q.
    11.Which of the following Banks does P like?

    Vijaya Bank
    Bank of India
    Indian Bank
    UCO Bank
    Dena Bank

    11).


    Answer: b)

    12. When was O born?

    March
    May
    September
    November
    Cannot be determined
    12). Answer is: C)


    13. Who likes HTC mobile?

    R
    S
    M
    N
    O
    13). Answer is: A)


    14.Which of the following statements is correct?

    E likes Bank of India Bank
    M likes Apple mobile
    S was born in the month of September
    N was born in Tamil Nadu
    None of these
    14). Answer is: E)

    15. Who was born in Maharashtra?

    Q
    M
    N
    S
    O
    15). Answer: D)

    Directions (Q.16-20): In the given questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the given three conclusions numbered I, II and III is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly
    16. Statements: Q≤P=T,M≥P,D>M=K
    Conclusions: I.D>P II.T≤K III.K>Q

    Only I is true
    Only I is true
    Only III is true
    Only I and II are true
    None of the above
    16).Answer: D)

    17. Statements: EC,E≥N≥W
    Conclusions: I.N>B II.X>W III.E≥C

    Only II is true
    Only I is true
    Only II and III are true
    Only I and III are true
    None of these
    17). Answer: A)

    18. Statements: E>R=T≥Q,P≤N>C=Q
    Conclusions: I.N≥T II.R≥P III.E>C

    Only III is true
    Only II and III are true
    Only I and II are true
    Only II is true
    None of the above
    18). Answer: A)

    19. Statements: K=L≤M>T,W>H>Y=T
    Conclusions: I.K>Y II.LM

    Only II is true
    All I, II, and III are true
    None is true
    Only I and III are true
    Only I is true
    19). Answer: C)

    20.Statements: S ≤ U< R = G , S ≥ P ≥ N = V Conclusions: I.G>V II.N≤U III.R>P

    Only I and II are true
    Only I and III are true
    Only II is true
    All I, II and III are true
    None of the above
    20). Answer is: D)





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