# IBPS RRB PO Mains Reasoning Ability Questions 2019 (Day-06)

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Directions (1-3): In each of the following questions some statements are given followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.

a) Only I follow

b) Only II follows

c) Either I or II follows

d) Neither I nor II follows

e) Both I & II follow

1) Statements:

Some lily are begonia

No begonia is rose

Some rose are daisy

All begonia re lotus

Some lotus are rose

Conclusions:

I) Some begonia are not daisy

II) All lily can be daisy

2) Statements:

All Audi are BMW

No BMW is benz

All Benz are Xylo

Some Xylo are Innova

Conclusions:

I) Some Innova are BMW

II) Only a few Xylo are Audi

3) Statements:

No frooti is pepsi

Some pepsi are 7up

Some 7up are slice

Conclusions:

I) All slice can never be frooti

II) All frooti can be 7up

Directions (4-7): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement (All the numbers are two digits numbers)

Input: waivers 22 slump 31 invoices 58 72 money 43 13 occupy volatile

Step I: 14 waivers 22 slump 31 58 72 money 43 occupy volatile invoices

Step II: 21 14 waivers slump 31 58 72 money 43 volatile invoices occupy

Step III: 32 21 14 slump 58 72 money 43 volatile invoices occupy waivers

Step IV: 44 32 21 14 slump 58 72 money invoices occupy waivers volatile

Step V: 57 44 32 21 14 72 money invoices occupy waivers volatile slump

Step VI: 71 57 44 32 21 14 invoices occupy waivers volatile slump money

As per the rules followed in the steps given above, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Input: ample 78 shrill 48 export 90 curtain 97 fractious 51 gaffe 31

4) How many elements are there between â€˜shrillâ€™ and â€˜51â€™ in step II?

a) Three

b) Four

c) Two

d) One

e) None of these

5) What is the average of third element from the left end in step IV and fifth from the right end in step I?

a) 60

b) 74

c) 69

d) 72

e) None of these

6) What is the difference between fourth element from the left end in step III and eighth from the right end in step VI?

a) 50

b) 37

c) 31

d) 51

e) None of these

7) What is the position of â€˜curtainâ€™ with respect to â€˜ampleâ€™ in step II?

a) Fifth to the right

b) Fourth to the left

c) Fourth to the right

d) Fifth to the left

e) None of these

Directions (8-10): 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 given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both statement and choose the most appropriate option

a) Only Statement I is sufficient to answer

b) Only Statement II is sufficient to answer

c) Either Statement I or Statement II are sufficient to answer.

d) Neither Statement I nor Statement II are sufficient to answer.

e) Both Statement I and Statement II are sufficient to answer.

8) Six persons K, R, H, M,L and P attends the class in a week starting from Monday and ends on Saturday. Which of the following person attends the class immediately after P?

I) R attends the class before Wednesday. As many persons attend the class before R attends the class after M. L attends the class after M. More than three persons attend the class between L and H. K attends the class before P.

II) Two persons attend the class between M and R. H attends the class before R. As many persons attends the class before K attends the class after P.

9) Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, V, L and M are sitting around a circular table facing centre. How many person sits between R and P, when counted from left of P?

I) T sits second to the left of R. Two persons sit between L and M. Neither L nor M is an immediate neighbour of R. V sits immediate left of Q.

II) Q sits third to the right of L. T and L are immediate neighbours. Only one person sits between P and S. P does not sit opposite to V.

10) Seven persons L, A, H, R, S, T and M are sitting in a row facing north. Who sits at extreme right end?

I) Two persons sit between H and S. More than three persons sit between L and M. L sits left of H. M does not sit at extreme end. Two persons sit between R and T. A sits immediate left of R.

II) S sits left of H. As many person sits to the left of S sits to the right of A. More than one person sits between T and R.

Directions (1-3):

Directions (4-7):

Input: ample 78 shrill 48 export 90 curtain 97 fractious 51 gaffe 31

Step I: 32 78 shrill 48 export 90 curtain 97 fractious 51 gaffe ample

Step II: 47 32 78 shrillÂ  90 curtain 97 fractious 51 gaffe ample export

Step III: 52 47 32 78Â  90 curtain 97 fractious gaffe ample export shrill

Step IV: 77 52 47 32Â  90 curtain 97 fractious ample export shrill gaffe

Step V: 89 77 52 47 32 curtain 97 ample export shrill gaffe fractious

Step VI: 98 89 77 52 47 32Â  ample export shrill gaffe fractious curtain

Numbers are arranged in descending order which is followed by vowel in ascending order which is followed by consonants in descending order in final step.

If a number is odd, then add+1 else -1.

Directions (8-10):