Crack SBI Clerk / Syndicate PO / Canara Bank PO 2018 – Logical Reasoning (Miscellaneous)

Crack SBI Clerk / Syndicate PO / Canara Bank PO 2018 – Logical Reasoning (Miscellaneous) 

Dear Readers, Reasoning Section play a vital role in Banking and all other competitive exams. This year 2018 was started with three wonderful opportunities; Syndicate Bank PO Exam, Canara Bank PO Exam and Most Awaited SBI Clerk 2018. To enrich your preparation here we have providing new series of Practice Questions on Reasoning Ability – Miscellaneous . Candidates those who are going to appear in Bank Exams 2018 can practice these questions daily and make your preparation effective.

Crack SBI Clerk / Syndicate PO / Canara Bank PO – Reasoning Ability (Miscellaneous)

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Direction (1-5): In the following questions, only one conclusion is given and five statements are given 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) Conclusion:

All cars are being Door is a Possibility.

Some bikes are not Houses.

All Doors are being car is a Possibility.

a) Statements:

All Doors are Window.

No Window is House.

Some House is Car.

Some Cars are Bike.

b) Statements:

No Door is Window.

Some Windows are House.

Some House is Car.

Some Cars are Bike.

C) Statements:

Some Doors are Window.

Some Windows are House.

All House is Car.

Some Cars are Bike.

d) Statements:

All Doors are Window.

Some Windows are House.

No House is Car.

Some Cars are Bike.

e) None of these

2) Conclusion:

All Tablets are being Mobile is a Possibility.

Some Mobiles are not Computer.

All Computers are being Laptop is a Possibility.

a) Statements:

All Mouse are Mobile.

No Computer is Mouse.

Some Laptops are Mobile.

Some Computers are Tablet.

B) Statements:

No Computers is Tablet.

Some Mouse is Mobile.

Some Computers are Mouse.

C) Statements:

All Laptops are Mobile.

Some Computers are Tablet.

No Tablet is a Mouse.

Some Mouse is Mobile.

d) Statements:

Some Computers are Mouse.

Some Mouse is Mobile.

All Computers are tablets.

Some laptops are Mobile.

e) None of these

3) Conclusion:

Some cars are bus.

No bus is train.

Some trains are planes
a) Statement:

Some cars are not planes.

All drum are train.

Some buses are not planes.

All planes are drums.

 b) Statement:

Some buses are car.

All buses are train.

No plane is bus.

All cars are train.
c) Statement:

Some buses are car.

Some cars are planes.

Some train are plane.

No plane is bus.

d) Statement:

All drum are train.

No train is car.

All buses are cars.

All planes are Trains.

e) None of these

4) Conclusions:

Some guavas are fruit is a possibility.

Some apricots are not mulberry.

a) Statement

All fruits are olives.

No olives are apricots.

No olive is mulberry.

No guava is apricots.

b) Statements:

Some fruits are olives.

All olives are apricots.

Some olives are mulberry.

No guava is apricot.

c) Statements:

All fruits are olives.

All olives are apricots.

No olive is mulberry.

All guavas are apricots

d) Statements:

All fruits are olives.

All olives are apricots.

No guava is a fruit.

Some guavas are mulberry

e) Statements:

Some fruits are olives.

All olives are apricots.

No olive is mulberry.

Some guavas are mulberry

  1. Only Statements – a and b
  2. Only Statements – b and c
  3. Only Statements – c and e
  4. Only Statements – d and e
  5. Only Statements – e

5) Conclusions:

All oxygen is nitrogen.

Some nitrogen is not hydrogen.

a) Statements:

Some oxygen is carbon.

Some carbon s is nitrogen.

No hydrogen is carbon

b) Statements:

All nitrogen is carbon.

Some carbon is oxygen.

No hydrogen is carbon

c) Statements:

All oxygen is carbon.

Some carbons are nitrogen.

Some hydrogen is nitrogen

d) Statements:

All oxygen is carbon.

All carbon is nitrogen.

No hydrogen is carbon

e) Statements:

All oxygen is carbon.

All carbon is nitrogen.

Some hydrogen is nitrogen

  1. Only Statements – a and b
  2. Only Statements – c
  3. Only Statements – d and e
  4. Only Statements – d
  5. Only Statements – e

Direction (6-7): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

6) Five family members in a family P, Q, R, S, K and there are two married couples. R is the husband of Q who is the sibling of P. The father in law of k is P. S is not married to P.

If M is the mother in law of K, Then how is Q related to mother of S?

  1. Aunt
  2. Sister in law
  3. Brother in law
  4. Brother
  5. None of these

7)  L, M, N, P, Q, R are the members of the family and there is a one married couple. Q is the sister of N who is the father of R. P is the mother of L. R is the unmarried child of N and aunt of L. M doesn’t have child. How is M related to N?

  1. Brother in law
  2. Sister in law
  3. Brother
  4. Cannot be determined
  5. Sister

Direction (8-10): Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to decide whether data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read the question and all three statements and give answer accordingly.

8) In a football match, how many goals did Tinnu score?

  1. Total goals scored by Manisha, Anusha and Ritu are 12 and Anu scored as many goals as Manisha and Ritu together.
  2. Tinnu, Manisha and Ritu scored equal number of goals.
  3.  Tinnu didn’t score the highest number of goals.
  1. Only I and II
  2. Only II and III
  3. Only I and III
  4. All I, II and III together
  5. None of these

9) On which day of the week did Yogendra arrive? (The week starts from Monday)

  1. Amit correctly remembers that Yogendra did not arrive on Thursday.
  2. Sumit correctly remembers that Yogendra arrived before Saturday but after Tuesday.
  3. Namit remembers that Yogendra did not arrive a day before Saturday.
  1. Only I and II
  2. Only II and III
  3. Only II and III
  4. All I, II, and III together
  5. All I, II and III even together are not sufficient to answer the question.

10) Who among Ravi, Jyoti, Akash and Neetu is the heaviest?

  1. Jyoti is heavier than Neetu.
  2. Ravi is not as heavy as either Akash or Jyoti.
  3. Neetu is neither the heaviest nor the lightest.
  1. Only I and II
  2. Only II and III
  3. Only I and III
  4. All I, II and III together
  5. All I, II and III even together are not sufficient to answer the question.

Answers: 

  1. Correct Answer is: d)

  1. Correct Answer is: a)

  1. Correct Answer is: d)

  1. Correct Answer is: c)

Only statements c and e follows

  1. Correct Answer is: d) Statement d

  1. Correct Answer is: b) Sister in law

  1. Correct Answer is: a) Brother in law

  1. Correct Answer is: a) Only I and II

From I. Manisha+ Anusha + Ritu = 12

Anusha = Manisha+ Ritu

Anusha scored 6 goals and Manisha and Ritu together scored 6 goals.

From II. Tinnu = Manisha = Ritu

From III. Tinnu didn’t score the highest number of goals.

From I and II. Manisha and Ritu together scored six goals.

Manisha + Ritu = 6

Tinnu = Manisha = Ritu = x (say)

x + x = 6

x = 3

Tinnu scored three goals

Thus, I and II together are sufficient.

From II and III. We can’t find how many goals did Tinnu score.

From I and III. We can’t find how many goals did Tinnu score.

 

  1. Correct Answer is: d) All I, II, and III together

From I. Possible days of Yogendra’s arrival— Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun

From II. Possible days of Yogendra’s arrival—Wed, Thu, Fri

From III. Except Friday, any day is possible.

From I and II. Possible days of arrival—Wednesday, Friday

From II and III. Possible days of arrival—Wednesday, Thursday

From I, II and III together Possible day of Yogendra’s arrival is— Wednesday Thus, all, I, II and III together are necessary.

 

  1. Correct Answer is: e) I, II and III even together are not sufficient to answer the question.

From I. Jyoti > Neetu

From II. Akash, Jyoti > Ravi

From III. Neetu is neither the heaviest nor the lightest.

From I and II. Jyoti > Neetu, Akash, Jyoti > Ravi We can’t say who is the heaviest. Therefore, both I and II together are not sufficient.

From II and III. We can’t say exactly who is the heaviest among them.

From I and III. Nothing is known about Akash and Ravi. So, we can’t say who is the heaviest.

From I, II and III. We can’t say who is the heaviest among them.

He may be either Akash or Jyoti.

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