# Canara Bank PO Mains 2018 โ Reasoning Ability Questions Day-35

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Canra Bank PO Mains 2018 โ Reasoning Ability Questions Day-35

maximum of 10 points

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

ย ย ย ย ย ย ย ย ย ย ย  Eight persons J, K, L, M, N, O, P and R are living in a eight floored building in such a way that the ground floor is numbered one, the above one is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered eight. They all are like different flowers namely, Lily, Rose, Freesia, Aster, Tulip, Peony, Orchid and Heather but not necessary in the same order.

ย ย ย ย ย ย ย ย ย ย ย  Two persons are living between the one who likes Lily and R, who lives in one of the odd numbered floors. The one who likes Lily lives one of the floors above R. Three persons are living between L and R. The one who likes Aster lives immediately above L. Only one person lives between K and the one who likes Rose. O lives in one of the even numbered floors which is immediately below the one who likes Rose lives. L does not like Rose. As many persons living between P and the one who likes Aster is same as living between the persons who likes Peony and P. Three persons are living between M and the one who likes Tulip. As many persons living between K and the one who likes Orchid is same as living between R and the one who likes Heather. M does not like Orchid. J neither likes Tulip nor likes Lily. More than two persons are living between the one who likes Heather and J.

1) Who among the following lives in the sixth floor?

a) The one who likes Peony

b) J

c) The one who lives immediately below K

d) M

e) The one who likes Lily

2) N likes which of the following flowers?

a) Rose

b) Peony

c) Aster

d) Tulip

e) Freesia

3) How many persons are living between O and the one who likes Lily?

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) Four

e) None

4) 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) N

b) M

c) L

d) K

e) R

5) Which of the following statements is true?

a) R lives above the one who likes Peony

b) K lives in the topmost floor

c) M lives in the ground floor

d) Only one person lives between N and the one who likes Orchid

e) R likes Heather

Directions (6-10): Each of these question below consist of a question and two statements I and II given below it. You have to decide which of these statements are sufficient to answer the given questions. Read both the statements and

a) Data in statement I alone is sufficient

b) Data in statement II alone is sufficient

c) Data in statement I alone or statement II alone is sufficient

d) Data even in both statement I and statement II together are not sufficient

e) Data in both statement I and statement II together are sufficient

6) Eight persons are sitting in a straight row and all of them are facing north. Who among them is sitting second to the right of P?

1. Two persons are sitting between U and T, who sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. Only one person sits between W and P, who is an immediate neighbour of U.
2. P sits third to the right of R. Two persons are sitting between P and V.

7) How is M related to N?

1. B is the only daughter of J, who has only two children. M is the mother of D. N is the spouse of D and daughter-in-law of J.
2. D is the only son of M. F is the brother-in-law of D and son-in-law of J. N is the mother of V, who is the granddaughter of M.

8) On which month does Gowtham goes to Mumbai?

1. Gowtham correctly remembers that, he goes to Mumbai in one of the months which has 31 days after March but before August.
2. Gowthamโs sister correctly remembers that, he goes to Mumbai in one of the months after May but before September.

9) Six persons are in different heights. Who among them is the second tallest?

1. T is taller than S but shorter than B. Only two persons are between V and L. V is not the shortest.
2. Only one person is shorter than K. Only two persons are between K and T, who is shorter than B.

10) There are six students B, E, M, T, V and X in a class scored different marks in an exam. Who scored lowest mark among them?

1. Only two persons scored between B and V. X scored more than V. E does not scored highest mark.
2. B scored more than X but less than M. T scored less than V.

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Direction (1-5):

• Two persons are living between the one who likes Lily and R, who lives in one of the odd numbered floors.
• The one who likes Lily lives one of the floors above R. Three persons are living between L and R. The one who likes Aster lives immediately above L.

• Only one person lives between K and the one who likes Rose. O lives in one of the even numbered floors which is immediately below the one who likes Rose lives. L does not like Rose.
• So, Case-3 will be dropped.

• As many persons living between P and the one who likes Aster is same as living between the persons who likes Peony and P.
• So, Case-1(b) will be dropped.
• Three persons are living between M and the one who likes Tulip.

• As many persons living between K and the one who likes Orchid is same as living between R and the one who likes Heather. M does not like Orchid. J neither likes Tulip nor likes Lily.
• So, Case-1(a) and Case-2(b)-II will be dropped.

• More than two persons are living between the one who likes Heather and J.
• So, Case-2(b)-I will be dropped.

Directions (6-10):

We canโt identify the person who sits second to the right of P by using the given statements.

From the statement I,

By using the both statements, we conclude that Gowtham goes to Mumbai in July.

By using the statement II,

B > T > _ > _ > K > _