Mission SBI PO 2017: Reasoning Practice Questions (Syllogism / Coding decoding New Pattern)

Mission SBI PO 2017: Reasoning Practice Questions
Mission SBI PO 2017: Reasoning Practice Questions (Syllogism / Coding decoding New Pattern):
Dear Readers, Important Practice Reasoning Questions for SBI PO 2017 Exam was given here with Solutions. Aspirants those who are preparing for SBI PO and all other Competitive examination can use this.

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Direction (Q 1 – 5): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.
1). Conclusions:
Some tables are desks
Some squares are desks is a possibility
Some tables are plastics
Some squares are plastics is a possibility
a) Statements:
Some desks are plastics
Some plastics are tables
Some tables are squares
b) Statements:
Some desks are plastics
All plastics are tables
No tables are squares
c) Statements:
Some desks are plastics
All plastics are tables
Some tables are squares
d)  Statements:
Some desks are plastics
No plastics are tables
Some tables are squares
e)  Statements:
All desks are plastics
All plastics are tables
No tables are squares
2). Conclusions:
No sweet is a pencil
Some dark are not sweets
Some boxes are sweets
Some dark are pencils
a)  Statements:
All sweets are boxes
All boxes are pencil
Some pencils are dark
b)  Statements:
All sweets are boxes
No box is pencil
No pencils are dark
c)  Statements:
Some sweets are boxes
All boxes are pencil
Some pencils are dark
d)  Statements:
All sweets are boxes
No box is pencil
Some pencils are dark
e)  Statements:
Some sweets are boxes
Some box is pencil
Some pencils are dark
3). Conclusions:
Some silvers are books
Some chains are guides
Some guides are silvers is a possibility
Some silvers are chains
a)  Statements:
Some books are guides
Some guides are chains
All chains are silvers
b)  Statements:
Some books are guides
All guides are chains
All chains are silvers
c)  Statements:
All books are guides
Some guides are chains
All chains are silvers
d)  Statements:
All books are guides
All guides are chains
Some chains are silvers
e)  Statements:
Some books are guides
Some guides are chains
Some chains are silvers
4). Conclusions:
Some lines are roofs
Some lens is lines
Some lenses are photographs
Some photographs are roofs is a possibility
a)  Statements:
All roofs are lines
Some lines are photographs
Some photographs are lens
b)  Statements:
All roofs are lines
Some lines are photographs
All photographs are lens
c)  Statements:
All roofs are lines
All lines are photographs
Some photographs are lens
d)  Statements:
All roofs are lines
Some lines are photographs
No photographs are lens
e)  Statements:
No roofs are lines
No lines are photographs
Some photographs are lens
5). Conclusions:
Some covers are nails
Some tablets are nails
Some covers are tigers
Some tablets are tigers
a)  Statements:
Some nails are tigers
Some tigers are tablets
All tablets are covers
b)  Statements:
Some nails are tigers
All tigers are tablets
All tablets are covers
c)  Statements:
Some nails are tigers
All tigers are tablets
Some tablets are covers
d)  Statements:
Some nails are tigers
Some tigers are tablets
Some tablets are covers
e)  Statements:
All nails are tigers
Some tigers are tablets
All tablets are covers
Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions
In a certain code language
” Equal opportunities for advancements ”  is written as “#C07,  %E11, $L25 , @M27.
” When Opposition disrupted proceedings ” is written as  “&J21 ,  *I19, !D09, %K23.
 ” Psychologists could be documenting ” is written as “@E11,  *K23,  $B05, %M27 .
” Automated baggage handling system ” is written as ” %I19 ,   #F13, &G15, @H17.
6). What is the code for ‘When’ in the given code language?
a) *I19
b) !D09
c)&J21
d) %K23
e) None of these
7). What is the code for ‘baggage advancements’ in the given code language?
a)&G15, $L25
b) %I19, @M27
c) #F13, #C07
 d) @H17, @M27
e) %I19, %E11
8). What may be the possible word for “%M27, @H17, @M27” in the given code language?
a) Automated documenting opportunities
b) Documenting advancements system
c) be handling equal
d)  Psychologists handling opportunities
e) None of these
9). What may be the possible code for ‘disrupted system’ in the given code language?
a)  !D09, #F13
b)  %K23,&G15
 c) &J21, @H17
d)  %K23, %I19
 e)  *I19, #F13
10). What is the possible word for “%E11, %K23”in the given code language?
a) opportunities disrupted
b) advancements proceedings
c) Equal proceedings
d) when equal
 e) None of these
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Directions (Q. 6-10):
The logic for all the above code is: 
The letter denotes corresponding letter in alphabetical order (A -1,…. Z – 26) with respect to the total number of letters in the word
Like “Opposition” – Total number of words – 10 – corresponding letter ‘J’
The number denotes the total number of letters in a word added with next number
Like “advancement” – Number of words is 11 + 12 = 23
And rest of the one symbol can be anything.
6. Answer: b)
7. Answer: a)
8. Answer: d)
9. Answer: e)
10. Answer: c)

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