Practice Reasoning Questions (with explanation) for Upcoming IBPS RRB Exams 2015 Set-32

    Practice Reasoning Questions (with explanation) for Upcoming IBPS RRB Exams 2015 Set-32
    Practice Reasoning Questions (with explanation) for Upcoming IBPS RRB Exams 2015 Set-32:
    The List of Practice Reasoning Questions for Upcoming IBPS RRB Exams was given below with explanation. Candidates those who are preparing for the examinations can use these questions.


        Directions (Q.1-5): Study the following information carefully to 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 an input and its rearrangement:
        Input:news 19 full 24 10 city gun 29 many 23
        Step I:10 19 full 24 city gun 29 many 23 news
        Step II:10 29 19 full 24 city gun 23 many news
        Step III:10 29 24 19 full city 23 gun many news
        Step IV:10 29 24 23 19 city full gun many news
         And Step IV is the last step of the above input. As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.
        Input:vote 13 inn 54 16 air know 49 wonder 24 quick 39 60 lucky

    1).What is the position of ‘know’ in Step III?
    a)   Eighth from the right
    b)   Third from the left
    c)   Seventh from the right
    d)   Fifth from the right
    e)   None of these


    2).How many steps will be required to complete the arrangement of the above input?
    a)   Eight
    b)   Six
    c)   Five
    d)   Seven
    e)   None of these


    3).In a certain way ‘air’ is related to ‘16’ in the last step. In the same way ‘60’ will be related to which of the following words/numbers?
    a)   lucky
    b)   vote
    c)   wonder
    d)   inn
    e)   None of these


    4).What is the position of ‘lucky’ with respect to ‘39’ in Step V?
    a)   Seventh to the right
    b)   Sixth to the left
    c)   Fifth to the left
    d)   Third to the right
    e)   None of these


    5).How many words/numbers are there between ‘inn’ and ‘quick’ in Step IV?
    a)   Six
    b)   Four
    c)   Five
    d)   Three
    e)   None of these


        Directions (Q.6-10): In each question below are given two or more statements 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 with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Given answer
    1)   If only conclusion I follows
    2)   If only conclusion II follows
    3)   If either conclusion I or II follows
    4)   If neither conclusion I nor II follows
    5)   If both conclusions I and II follow.

    6).Statements:Some doctors are MBBS.
                             All MBBS are dentists
                            No dentists is an MBA
    Conclusions: I.some doctors are not MBAs.
                         II.Some MBBS are MBAs.


    7).Statements:All plants are trees.
                             Some trees are branches
                            All roots are branches
     Conclusions: I. All roots being plants is apossibility.
                          II.All branches being roots is a possibility.


    8).Statements:All schools are colleges.
                             All schools are universities
                             No university is Oxford
    Conclusions: I.All universities are colleges.
                          II.No school is Oxford.


    9).Statements:No day is a date
                             Some dates are months.
                             All months are years.
    Conclusions: I.some months are definitely not days
                         II.At least some years are dates.


    10).Statements:No poet is a writer.
                               Some writers are players
                               No player is a producer
    Conclusions: I.some producers are definitely not poets
                          II.At least some poets are players.


    Answers:                                 
    1). c)   2). b)   3). c)   4). a)   5). c)   6). a)   7). e)   8).b )   9). e)   10). d)

    Check below the detailed explanation for the above Reasoning Questions:


    Questions (1-5):
    The machine rearranges one number and one word in each step. It picks even numbers are odd numbers alternately, starting with even numbers, and arranges even numbers in ascending order and odd numbers in descending order from left to right, while words are arranged in reverse alphabetical order from right to left.
    Input:vote 13 inn 54 16 air know 49 wonder 24 quick 39 60 lucky
    Step I:16 vote 13 inn 54 air know 49 24 quick 39 60 lucky wonder.
    Step II:16 49 13 inn 54 air know 24 quick 39 60 lucky vote wonder.
    Step III:16 49 24 13 inn 54 air know 39 60 lucky quick vote wonder.
    Step IV:16 49 24 39 13 inn 54 air 60 know lucky quick vote wonder
    Step V:16 49 24 39 54 13 air 60 inn know lucky quick vote wonder.
    Step VI:16 49 24 39 54 13 60 air inn know lucky quick vote wonder

    1). Answer: c

    2). Answer: b

    3).First word is related to first number. Similarly, last word will be related to last number
    Answer: c

    4). Answer: a

    5). Answer:  c

    6).Some doctors are MBBS (I) + All MBBS are dentists (A) = I + A = some doctors are dentists (I) + No dentists is an MBA (E) = I + E = O = some doctors are not MBAs. Hence conclusion I follow.
    Again, All MBBS are dentists (A) +No dentist is an MBA (E)=A+ E = E = No MBBS is an MBA. Hence conclusion II does not follow.
    Answer: a

    7).There is no negative statement. Thus the possibilities in I and II exists. Hence both conclusions I and II follow.
    Answer: e

    8).All schools are colleges (A) → conversion → some colleges are schools (I) + all schools are universities (A) = I + A = I = some colleges are universities. Hence conclusion I does not follow.
    Again, all schools are universities (A) + No university is Oxford (E) = A + E = E = No school is Oxford. Hence conclusion II follows.
    Answer: b

    9).No day is a date (E) + some dates are months (I) = E + I = O* = some months are not days. Hence conclusion I follow.
    Again, some dates are months (I) + All months are years (A) = I + A = I = some dates are years → conversion → some years are dates. Hence conclusion II follows.
    Answer: e

    10).No poet is writer + some writers are players = E + I = O* = some players are not poets. Hence II does not follow. Nor does I consequently.
    Answer: d

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