Canara Bank PO Mains 2018 – Reasoning Ability Questions Day-32

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Canra Bank PO Mains 2018 – Reasoning Ability Questions Day-32

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Direction (1-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

        Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows with equidistance from each other and facing each other in the two rows. In Row-I, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting and all of them are facing south. In Row-II, A. B, C, D and E are sitting and all of them are facing north. They all are living in different cities in India namely, Nagpur, Pune, Chennai, Delhi, Bhopal, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore and Agra but not necessary in the same order.

        The one who is living in Delhi sits second to the left of the one who faces B.Neither B nor the one who lives in Delhi sits at the extreme ends of the row.The one who is living in Nagpur sits second to the right of C, who is an immediate neighbour of B.Two persons are sitting between P and the one who living in Bangalore. P faces the one who sits to the immediate right of the person living in Bhopal. The one who is living in Nagpur does not face P.Two persons are sitting between the one who faces D and the one who lives in Kolkata. Only one person sits between D and the one who is living in Hyderabad.C does not live in Hyderabad.As many persons sitting between A and the one who lives in Agra is same as sitting between R and the one who lives in Mumbai. R and A are does not sit at any extreme ends of the row. Two persons are sitting between the person who faces the one who lives in Agra and S, who does not face D. The one who lives in Mumbai does not face A. T sits third to the left of the person who faces the person who lives in Pune.

1) R lives in which of the following cities?

a) Delhi

b) Bangalore

c) Kolkata

d) Either Chennai or Kolkata

e) Chennai

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

a) P

b) The one who sits opposite to C

c) The one who lives in Nagpur

d) The one who sits second to the right of A

e)The one who lives in Pune

3) Which of the following statements is true?

a) S sits at one of the extreme ends

b) Only one person sits between E and B

c) D faces R

d) B sits opposite to the one who lives in Bangalore

e) T lives in Mumbai

4) Who among the following persons faces the person who site second to the left of E?

a) R

b) S

c) P

d) Q

e) T

5) If S is related to Nagpur and E is related to Delhi in a certain way. Then, R is related to which of the following?

a) Hyderabad

b) Bhopal

c) Agra

d) Mumbai

e) Kolkata

Direction(6-10): In the following questions, the symbols %, $, ^, * and & are used with the following meanings as illustrated below, answer the questions accordingly.

‘A%B’ means ‘A is greater than B’,

‘A$B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’,

‘A*B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor equal to B’,

‘A&B’ means ‘A is either greater than or equal to B’,

‘A^B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor greater than B’.

6) Statement:P&R^C;T*Q*C; T$M.

Conclusions:

I. M*C

II. M&C

III. P%T

a) Only I follow

b) Either I or II and III follows

c) Only II follows

d) Only III follows

e) All follows

7) Statement:X$Y$Z;Y^M%Q;Q%F.

Conclusions:

I. Z&Q

II. F*M

III. Y$Q

a) Only I follow

b) Both II and III follows

c) Only II follows

d) Only III follows

e) All follows

8) Statement:H$B*C;B%F*G;G&A*B.

Conclusions:

F$A

C*F

III. H*F

a) Only I follow

b) Both II and III follows

c) Only II follows

d) None follows

e) Both I and II follows

9) Statement:M^C$H; R$H%B; R^C&D.

Conclusions:

H*M

H&D

III. H^M

a) Only I follow

b) Both II and III follows

c) Only II follows

d) None follows

e) Both I and II follows

10) Statement: P%Q*M;C&N^Q; B&N*D.

Conclusions:

P%N

C&Q

III. D%Q

a) Only I follow

b) Both II and III follows

c) Both I and II follows

d) Only III follows

e) All follows

Answers:

Direction (1-5):

  • The one who is living in Delhi sits second to the left of the one who faces B. Neither B nor the one who lives in Delhi sits at the extreme ends of the row. The one who is living in Nagpur sits second to the right of C, who is an immediate neighbour of B.

  • Two persons are sitting between P and the one who is living in Bangalore. P faces the one who sits to the immediate right of the person living in Bhopal. The one who is living in Nagpur does not face P.

  • Two persons are sitting between the one who faces D and the one who lives in Kolkata. Only one person sits between D and the one who is living in Hyderabad. C does not live in Hyderabad.
  • So, Case-2(b) will be dropped.

  • As many persons sitting between A and the one who lives in Agra is same as sitting between R and the one who lives in Mumbai. R and A are does not sit at any extreme ends of the row.
  • Two persons are sitting between the person who faces the one who lives in Agra and S, who does not face D. The one who lives in Mumbai does not face A.
  • So, Case-2(a) will be dropped.

  • T sits third to the left of the person who faces the person who lives in Pune.
  • So, Case-1(a) will be dropped.

1) Answer: e)

2) Answer: c)

3) Answer: d)

4) Answer: a)

5) Answer: b)

6) Answer: b)

I. M*C –> M<C –> M≥T<Q<C –> False

II. M&C –> M≥C —> M≥T<Q<C –> False

III. P%T –> P≥R=C>Q>T –> True

7) Answer: c)

I. Z&Q –> Z≥Q –> Z≥Y=M>Q –> False

F*Mà F<M –> F<Q<M –> True

III. Y$Q –> Y≤Q –> Y=M>Q –> False

8) Answer: d)

I. F$A –> F≤A –> F<G≥A –> False

II. C*F —> C<F –> C>B>F –> False

III. H*F –> H<F –> H≤B>F –> False

9) Answer: c)

I. H*M –> H<M –> H≥C=M –> False

II. H&D –> H≥D –>H≥C≥D –> True

III. H^M –> H=M –> H≥C=M –> False

10) Answer: e)

I. P%N —> P>N –> P>Q=N –> True

II. C&Q –> C≥Q –>  C≥N=Q –> True

III. D%Q –> D>Q —> D>N=Q –> True

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