Hard Level Reasoning Questions Asked in IBPS PO Mains 2017 (Day-3)

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Reasoning Questions asked in IBPS PO Mains 2017 was quite harder compared to other exams, aspirants those who are preparing for Upcoming Mains Examination have to Practice More on Reasoning Questions to tackle the exam in a better way. We all knew that IBPS have increased the questions standard in the recent time examination; we can’t say that Questions were harder; it seems to be hard because you are not practicing those level questions. If you Practising Hard Level Questions then you can speed up yourself and you can improve your scores.
Dear Readers, Reasoning Questions Section in IBPS PO Mains 2017 examination remains quite mystery for the aspirants. And there is more chance to expect same model questions in the Upcoming Mains Exams. To guide you all about the Reasoning Questions here we have giving the Hard Reasoning Questions Asked in IBPS PO Mains 2017.

Hard Level Reasoning Questions Asked in IBPS PO Mains

Hard Reasoning Questions Asked in IBPS PO Mains 2017 (Day-3)

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Direction (1-5) Study the given information relating to Machine Input and Output, then answer the following questions

Input: 34 agil 62 mrpu 47 11 hsta pgmo

Step I: riop 124 34 agil mrpu 47 11 hsta

Step II: pusw 141 riop 124 34 agil 11 hsta

Step III: lwxd 136 pusw 141 riop 124 agil 11

Step IV: flnp 55 lwxd 136 pusw 141 riop 124

Step IV is the final step for above arrangement

Now answer the following questions based on the Input given below.

Input: njes gifu 53 18 31 44 wird dect

Q1. In Step III, what is the difference between the elements which are 2nd from the left end and 2nd from the right end?

  1. 18
  2. 44
  3. 106
  4. 124
  5. 132

Q2. Which element will be 2nd to the right of the 5th element from the left end of the row in step II?

  1. yktf
  2. ykte
  3. wird
  4. 31
  5. 132

Q3. In which of the following steps the elements ‘106 132’ appear as consecutive elements in same order?

  1. Step I
  2. Step II
  3. Step III
  4. Step IV
  5. There is no such step

Q4. How many elements are there between the elements ‘90’ and ‘132’ in step IV?

  1. One
  2. Two
  3. Three
  4. Four
  5. None

Q5. What is the element present exactly between 124 and 132 in Step IV?

  1. qmhv
  2. qhnu
  3. qhmu
  4. ykte
  5. njes

Direction (6-10) Study the given information and answer the following questions

Six persons – A, B, C, D, E, and F ate some sweets. Some of them ate an odd number of sweets and some of them ate even number of sweets. Three persons ate more than F. F and also those who ate more sweets than F, ate an odd number of sweets. A ate more sweets than B but less than D. D is not the highest. C ate more than 20 sweets. Difference between numbers of sweets eaten by F and E is 7. E ate more than 8 sweets. One who ate the second highest number of sweets ate 21 sweets while one who ate 2nd lowest ate 12 sweets.

Q6. How many sweets does F eat?

  1. 19
  2. 17
  3. 15
  4. 13
  5. Cannot be determined

Q7. If all together they eat 108 sweets then how many sweets does C eat?

  1. 23
  2. 25
  3. 27
  4. 29
  5. Cannot be determined

Q8. How many persons ate even number of sweets?

  1. One
  2. Two
  3. Three
  4. Four
  5. None

Q9. Who among the following ate the highest number of sweets?

  1. C
  2. A
  3. F
  4. B
  5. Cannot be determined

Q10. How many sweets does D eat?

  1. 12
  2. 17
  3. 19
  4. 21
  5. Cannot be determined

Direction (11-15): The given questions are followed by two statements I and II. You have to decide which of the following statements are required to answer the question?

Q11. Six persons -A, B, C, D, E, and F are sitting around a circular table, some of them are facing center and some are facing away from the center. Then how many persons are facing center?

Statement I: F sits second to the right of A. Both F and A face same direction (i.e., either towards the center or away).C sits second to the right of F. B is not an immediate neighbor of A.

Statement II:  D sits second to the right of E.C and E face the same direction (i.e., either towards the center or away). B faces center.

  1. If data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer
  2. If data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer
  3. If data in either statement I or statement II is sufficient to answer
  4. If data in both statements I and II are not sufficient to answer
  5. If data in both statements I and II are necessary to answer

Q12.Four persons- A, B, C, and D are sitting in the corners of a square. All are facing center. They like different colors Red, Blue, Pink and Yellow not necessarily in same order. Which color does C like?

Statement I: D sits second to the left of C. Person who likes Pink sits to the immediate left of C.B likes Yellow.

Statement II:  B sits second to the left of A. Person who likes Blue sits to the immediate left of B.D likes Red.

  1. If data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer
  2. If data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer
  3. If data in either statement I or statement II is sufficient to answer
  4. If data in both statements I and II are not sufficient to answer
  5. If data in both statements I and II are necessary to answer

Q13. A, B, C, D, E, and F sit in a row having six seats. All of them are facing north. Who among the following is sitting exactly 2nd from the left end of the row?

Statement I: Two persons sitting between A and B. Two persons sit between C and E. D sits to the left of E.

Statement II: Either of A or B sits at the extreme end. C sits at one of the extreme ends. D is not an immediate neighbor of B

  1. If data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer
  2. If data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer
  3. If data in either statement I or statement II is sufficient to answer
  4. If data in both statements I and II are not sufficient to answer
  5. If data in both statements I and II are necessary to answer

Q14. Six persons – A, B, C, D, E, and F are having different ages. Who among them is the youngest?

Statement I: A is elder than C. B is not the eldest of all. C is elder than E.

Statement II: B is elder than C. D is elder than E but younger than C

  1. If data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer
  2. If data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer
  3. If data in either statement I or statement II is sufficient to answer
  4. If data in both statements I and II are not sufficient to answer
  5. If data in both statements I and II are necessary to answer

Q15. A, B, C, D, E, and F are six persons of a family. Then how is F related to A?

Statement I: A is the father of C. D is married to E. F is the daughter of E. C is the brother of D

Statement II: B is wife of A. B is mother of C. F is daughter of E

  1. If data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer
  2. If data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer
  3. If data in either statement I or statement II is sufficient to answer
  4. If data in both statements I and II are not sufficient to answer
  5. If data in both statements I and II are necessary to answer

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