# IBPS Clerk Mains Reasoning Questions 2019 (Day-10) High Level-New Pattern

Dear Aspirants, Reasoning Ability plays a crucial role in Banking and all other competitive exams. To enrich your preparation, here we have provided New Pattern Reasoning Questions for IBPS Clerk Mains. Candidates those who are going to appear in IBPS Clerk Mains can practice these questions daily and make your preparation effective.

New Pattern Reasoning Ability Questions For IBPS Clerk Mains (Day-10)

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Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

In the given figure the five-line segments 1,2,3,4 and 5 are PY, WS, FR, LQ, and TP respectively. The lengths of the line are 40m, 40m, 34m, 50m, and 30m respectively.

Point W, Point L, and Point T are at the Extreme left end of the line WS, LQ, and TP.

Eight Persons- Reka, Guna, Nancy, Teena, David, Sekar, Rani and James are standing in a line 1-PY. All of them are facing north and the distance between them is increasing in multiples of 5 from the left end (i.e. if the first person is standing at the left end of the line at point P and the remaining will be stand at the distance as follows-5m, 10m,15m…. from point P).

Only four persons are standing between David and Teena. David stands at the left ends of the line. James stands second to the left of Nancy, who is not an immediate neighbor of Teena. Sekar is an immediate neighbor of Rani. Only one person is standing between Guna and Rani.

Similarly, Eight persons-Latha, Sony, Sam, Peter, Anu, Ram, Ragu and Renu are standing in a line-4 FR. All of them are facing south and the distance between them are increasing in multiples of 4 from the left end of the line (i.e. if the first person is standing at the right end of the line at point  and the remaining will be standing at the distance as follows-4m, 8m,12m…. from point F).

Only three persons stand between Anu and Sony. Latha and Sony are not immediate neighbours. Sony stands at extreme left end of the line. Four persons stand between Sam and Ragu. Two persons stand between Latha and Anu. Renu stands second to the right of Ragu. Ram stands third to the left of Peter.

1) In the line1- PY, what is the distance between James and Rani?

a) 20m

b) 25m

c) 15m

d) 10m

e) None of these

2) In the line 1-PY, if all the people stand in multiples of 8m in the same order and the rest of them moves to line 4 – LQ and stands from the left end in the same order, then What is the distance between Sekar and point Q?

a) 10m

b) 20m

c) 30m

d) 45m

e) None of these

3) If the line-3 FR is joined to line 5-TP to form a new straight-line FP in such a way that distance between point R and T is 4m. Point T is to the right of point R. If the people in line-3 FR are made to stand in multiples of 7 to the newly formed line FP, then how far is Anu from point P?

a) 40m

b) 54m

c) 47m

d) 63m

e) None of these

4) If all the people in line 1-PY are made to stand in line 2-WS in multiples of 3, then What is the distance between Guna and point S?

a) 30m

b) 24m

c) 28m

d) 23m

e) None of these

5) In the line-3 FR, what is the distance between Ram and point F?

a) 16m

b) 20m

c) 25m

d) 24m

e) None of these

Directions (6-10):Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question:

a) If the data in Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

b) If the data in Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

c) If the data either in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.

d)If the data in both the Statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.

e) If the data in both the Statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

6) In a row of twelve persons are facing north how many person sits between L and G?

Statement I: Only two person sits between L and R. Only one person sits between B and R, who doesn’t sit with L. D sits third to right of K, neither of them sits adjacent to R or B. At least two person sits between B and G, who neither sits adjacent to D nor L, who sits at left end of the row. Only three person sits between D and H, who doesn’t sit adjacent to B.

Statement II: R sits fourth from left end. Only two person sits between G and D. Only one person sits between L and R. Only two person sits between H and G, who sits immediate left of K. D sits at end of the row.

7) How many female members are there in family of ten members?

1. Q is only son of H, who is son-in-law of G. K is only daughter of D. L is sister-in-law of P. G is brother-in-law of F, who is sister of D. M is brother of K. L is married to B. K is mother of P and is mother-in-law of L. Only three married couples are there in family. F and P unmarried members of the family.
2. L is son of Q and is son-in-law of M. K is only son of D, who is married to G. R is only son of H. G is sister of F. P and R are siblings. L is brother-in-law of R. F and R are unmarried member of family. H is brother-in-law of K.

8) Seven person namely – P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting in a row facing north. Each person likes different fruits viz. Banana, Mango, Papaya, Guava, Orange, Grapes and Litchi.  All the given information are not necessary in same order. One who likes Banana sits third from right end. T, who doesn’t sit neighbor of one who likes Banana, sits second to left of one who likes Papaya. Only three person sits between R and one who likes Banana. T likes Litchi. Only two person sits between S and one who likes Papaya. How many person sits right of one who likes Grapes?

Statement I:  Q, who neither sits adjacent to one who likes Litchi nor one who likes Papaya, sits second to right of one who likes Mango. Only three person sits between one who likes Orange and P, who sits adjacent to T.

Statement II:  Only two person sits between S and V, who sits with one who likes Mango. Only one person sits between one who likes Mango and one who likes Guava.

9) Seven boxes viz. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are kept one above other. How many boxes are kept below box V?

Statement I: Box R is kept third from top. Box S and U are kept together. Box T, which is neither kept adjacent to box U nor box R. Only three boxes are kept between S and R. Box P, which is not kept adjacent to box Q, is kept at any place above box V.

Statement II: Only three boxes are kept between box U and P, which is kept second from top. Box Q, which is neither kept adjacent to box P nor box U, is kept just below box R. Only three boxes are kept between box S and box R.

10) Seven person namely – P, Q, R, S, T, U and V have different height. How many person are taller to S?

Statement I: S is taller to T, Q but not as much as P, R. T is taller to V, U but not as much as R, S. R is only short to one person and U is shortest among all.

Statement II: T is taller to V, U but not as much as R, S. Q is taller to T, V but not as much as S, R. P is tallest among all. V is only taller to U.

Directions (1-5):

For line PY:

All of them are facing north and the distance between them is increasing in multiples of 5 from the left end (i.e. if the first person is standing at the left end of the line at point P and the remaining will be stand at the distance as follows-5m, 10m,15m…. from point P).

Only four persons are standing between David and Teena. James stands second to the left of Nancy, who is not an immediate neighbor of Teena. David stands at the left ends of the line. Sekar is the immediate neighbor of Rani. Only one person is standing between Guna and Rani.

For Line FR:

All of them are facing south and the distance between them are increasing in multiples of 4 from the left end of the line (i.e. if the first person is standing at the right end of the line at point  and the remaining will be standing at the distance as follows-4m, 8m,12m…. from point F).

Only three persons stand between Anu and Sony. Two persons stand between Latha and Anu. Latha and Sony are not immediate neighbours. Sony stands at extreme left end of the line. Four persons stand between Sam and Ragu. Renu stands second to the right of Ragu. Ram stands third to the left of Peter.

Directions (6-10):

From Statement I:

We have:

• Only two person sits between L and R. L sits at left end.
• Only one person sits between B and R, who doesn’t sit with L, that means B sits second to right of R.
• D sits third to right of K, neither of them sits adjacent to R or B.
• Only three person sits between D and H, who doesn’t sit adjacent to B, that means D sits at extreme right end.
• At least two person sits between B and G, who neither sits adjacent to D nor L, that means we have two different case, in case (1) G sits left of B, in case (2) G sits right of B.

Based on above given information we have:

Clearly, we can’t find exact number of person between L and G.

Hence, statement I is not sufficient.

From Statement II: We have:

• R sits fourth from left end.
• Only one person sits between L and R, that means we have two possible place for L, in case (1) L sits second to left of R, in case (2) L sits second to right of R.
• Only two person sits between G and D.
• D sits at end of the row. Only two person sits between H and G, who sits immediate left of K, that means D sits at extreme right end and case (2) is not valid.

Based on above given information we have:

Clearly, only six person sits between L and G.

Hence, statement II alone sufficient.

We have:

• M is brother of K and K is only daughter of D.
• G is brother-in-law of F, who is sister of D, as F is unmarried member of family, that means G is married to D.

Based on above given information we have:

Again, From Statement I:

we have:

• Q is only son of H, who is son-in-law of G, that means K must be married to H.
• K is mother of P and is mother-in-law of L.
• B is married to L, that means B is sister of Q, as Q is only son of H, that means P is also sister of P.

Based on above given information we have:

Clearly, only five female member are there in the family.

Hence, statement I is alone sufficient.

From Statement II:

We have:

• L is son of Q and is son-in-law of M.
• L is brother-in-law of R, as R is unmarried member of the family.
• P and R are siblings. R is only son of H, that means M is married to H and P is married to L.
• H is brother-in-law of K.
• K is only son of D, who is married to G, that means K is brother of M.
• G is sister of F, that means D is father of K.

Based on above given information we have:

Clearly, gender of F and Q is not known.

Hence, statement II is not sufficient.

We have:

• One who likes Banana sits third from right end.
• Only three person sits between R and one who likes Banana, that means R sits at extreme left end.
• T, who doesn’t sit neighbor of one who likes Banana, sits second to left of one who likes Papaya. T likes Litchi, that means T sits second from left end.
• Only two person sits between S and one who likes Papaya, that S sits at extreme right end.

Based on above given information we have:

From Statement I:

We have:

• Q, who neither sits adjacent to one who likes Litchi nor one who likes Papaya, sits second to right of one who likes Mango, that means Q sits immediate left of S.
• Only three person sits between one who likes Orange and P, who sits adjacent to T, that means P sits immediate right of T.

Based on above given information we have:

Clearly, we don’t know exact position one who likes Grapes.

Hence, statement I is not sufficient.

From Statement II:

We have:

• Only two person sits between S and V, who sits with one who likes Mango, that means V likes Papaya.
• Only one person sits between one who likes Mango and one who likes Guava, that means R likes Guava.

Based on above given information we have:

Clearly, we don’t know exact position one who likes Grapes.

Hence, statement II is not sufficient.

After combining statement I and II we have:

Clearly, one person sits immediate right of one who likes Grapes.

Hence, statement I and II together sufficient.

We have:

From Statement I:

We have:

• Box R is kept third from top. Only three boxes are kept between S and R, that means box S is kept at bottom.
• Box S and U are kept together, that means box U is kept second from bottom.
• Box T, which is neither kept adjacent to box U nor box R, that means box T is kept at top.
• Box P, which is not kept adjacent to box Q, is kept at any place above box V, that means box P is kept just below box T.

Based on above given information we have:

Clearly, we don’t know exact position of box V.

Hence, statement I is not sufficient.

From Statement II:

We have:

• Only three boxes are kept between box U and P, which is kept second from top, that means box U is kept second from bottom.
• Box Q, which is neither kept adjacent to box P nor box U, is kept just below box R, that means box R is kept just below box P.
• Only three boxes are kept between box S and box R, that means box S is kept at bottom.

Based on above given information we have:

Clearly, we don’t know exact position of box V.

Hence, statement II is not sufficient.

From I and II:

After combining above statements we have:

Clearly, only two boxes are kept below box V.

Hence, statement I and II together sufficient.

We have:

• P, R > S > T, Q.
• S, R > T > V, U.
• R is only short to one person.
• U is shortest among all.

Based on above given information we have:

Clearly, height of only two person are more than S.

Hence, statement I is alone sufficient.

From II:

We have:

• R, S > T > V, U.
• S, R > Q > T, V.
• P is tallest among all.
• V is only taller to U.

Based on above given information we have:

Clearly, exact height of S is not known.

Hence, statement II is not sufficient.

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