Practice Reasoning Questions (with explanation) for Upcoming IBPS RRB Exams 2015 Set-35

    Practice Reasoning Questions (with explanation) for Upcoming IBPS RRB Exams 2015 Set-35
    Practice Reasoning Questions (with explanation) for Upcoming IBPS RRB Exams 2015 Set-35:
    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.

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    Directions (Q.1-5): The following questions are based on the diagram given below:
                 i.       Circle represents Americans
               ii.       Rectangle represents Indians
              iii.       Triangle represents Chinese
    1).How many Americans are Chinese but not Indians?
    a)   One
    b)   Two
    c)   Three
    d)   Four
    e)   None

    2).Who among the following represents only Indians?
    a)   F, G
    b)   C, J
    c)   B, C
    d)   B, J
    e)   F, C, B

    3).Who among the following represents Chinese as well as Indians?
    a)   C, J
    b)   B, C
    c)   F, C
    d)   E, F
    e)   None of these

    4).Who among the following is/are only Indian and American?
    a)   C, F
    b)   G
    c)   J, C
    d)   C
    e)   None of these

    5).F represents which of the following?
    a)   Only American and Chinese
    b)   Only Chinese and Indian
    c)   All American, Chinese and Indian
    d)   Only Indian
    e)   None of these

        Directions (Q.6-10): In each question below are given two/three 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. Give 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:All plates are glasses.
                              Some cups are glasses.
    Conclusions: I.At least some cups are plates
                          II.Some glasses are cups.

    7).Statements:All trolleys are lamps.
                             No lamp is a chair.
    Conclusions: I.At least some trolleys are chairs.
                          II.Some chairs are definitely not trolleys.

    8).Statements:Some clothes are shirts.
                              All shirts are paints.
     Conclusions: I.All paints being clothes is a possibility.
                            II.Some shirts are clothes.

    9).Statements:No sand is a stone.
                             No sand is a tree
    Conclusion: I.No stone is sand
                        II.No tree is a stone.

    10).Statements:Some teachers are doctors.
                                No doctor is a lawyer.
    Conclusions: I.some teachers are not lawyers.
                         II.Some lawyers are doctors.

    1). b)   2). d)   3). c)   4). b)   5). c)   6). b)   7). b)   8). e)   9). a)   10). a)
    Check below the detailed explanation for the above Reasoning Questions:

    1). DE
    Answer is : b
    2). Answer is : d
    3).Answer is : c
    4).Answer is : b
    5).Answer is : c
    6). Conclusion II follows by converting the second statement. Now, All plates are glasses (A) + Some glasses are cups (I) = A + I = No conclusion. Hence conclusion I does not follow.
    Answer is : b

    7). All trolleys are lamps (A) + no lamp is a chair (E) = A + E = E = No trolley is chair. Hence conclusion I does not follow. No trolley is chair (E)àconversionàNo chair is a trolley (E)àimplicationàsome chairs are not trolley (O).
    Answer is : b

    8). Some clothes are shirts (I) + All shirts are paints (A) = I +A = I = Some clothes are paints. Thus, the possibility in I exists. Hence conclusion I follows. Again, some clothes are shirtsà conversionàSome shirts are clothes. Hence conclusion II follows.
    Answer is : e

    9). No sand is a stone (E)à conversionà No stone is stand (E). Hence conclusion I follows. Again, No stone is sand (E) + No sand is a tree (E) = E + E = No conclusion. Thus, conclusion II does not follow.
    Answer is : a

    10). Some teachers are doctors (I) + No doctor is a lawyer (E) = I + E = O = Some teachers are not lawyers. Hence conclusion I follows. But II does not follow from the second statement.
    Answer is : a
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