# Crack SBI Clerk / IDBI Executive 2018 – Logical Reasoning (Syllogism & Input Output) Day-44

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

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Crack SBI Clerk / IDBI Executive 2018 – Logical Reasoning (Syllogism & Input Output) Day-44

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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

Some plastics are tables

All 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

No plastics are tables

All tables are squares

1.   a
2.   b
3.   c
4.   d
5.   e
1. 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

1.   a
2.   b
3.   c
4.   d
5.   e
1. Conclusions:

Some silvers are books is a possibility

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

No chains are silvers

b) Statements:

Some books are guides

No guides are chains

All chains are silvers

c) Statements:

All books are guides

No guides are chains

All chains are silvers

d) Statements:

All books are guides

No guides are chains

No chains are silvers

e) Statements:

Some books are guides

Some guides are chains

Some chains are silvers

1.   a
2.   b
3.   c
4.   d
5.   e
1. Conclusions:

Some lines are roofs

Some lens are lines is a possibility

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

No photographs are lens

c) Statements:

No roofs are lines

All lines are photographs

Some photographs are lens

d) Statements:

All roofs are lines

No lines are photographs

No photographs are lens

e) Statements:

No roofs are lines

No lines are photographs

Some photographs are lens

1.   a
2.   b
3.   c
4.   d
5.   e
1. Conclusions:

Some covers are nails

Some tablets are nails

Some covers are tigers

Some covers are tablets

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

1.   a
2.   b
3.   c
4.   d
5.   e

Directions (Q. 6-10): 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 the input and rearrangement. (All the numbers are two-digit numbers.)

Input:        76 pink 83 colour 79 each 65 owl ice 81

Step I:       each 76 pink 83 colour 79 65 owl ice 81

Step II:     each 65 76 pink 83 colour 79 owl ice 81

Step III:    each 65 ice 76 pink 83 colour 79 owl 81

Step IV:    each 65 ice 76 owl pink 83 colour 79 81

Step V:      each 65 ice 76 owl 79 pink 83 colour 81

Step VI:    each 65 ice 76 owl 79 colour pink 83 81

Step VII:  each 65 ice 76 owl 79 colour 81 pink 83

Step VII is the last step of the above input as the desired arrangement is obtained. As per the rules followed above, find the appropriate step for the given input.

Input: magazine 14 desire 21 input 13 28 expire activate 25 30

1. Which step number is the following output?

activate 13 expire 14 input magazine desire 21 28 25 30

1.   Step IV
2.   Step V
3.   Step VII
4.   There is no such step
5.   None of these
1. How many elements (words or numbers) are there between ‘14’ and ‘25’ as they appear in the last step but one?
1.   Two
2.   Three
3.   Four
4.   Five
5.   Six
1. Which word/number would be at the fifth position from the right in Step III?
1.   desire
2.   14
3.   input
4.   21
5.   None of these
1. Which of the following represents the position of ‘input’ in the sixth step?
1.   Seventh from the left
2.   Fifth from the right
3.   Fifth from the left
4.   Sixth from the right
5.   None of these
1. How many steps would be required to get the final output?
1.   Six
2.   Seven
3.   Five
4.   Nine
5.   Eight

Answers:

1). Correct Answer is: c)

2). Correct Answer is: d)

3. Correct Answer is: e)

4.

Correct Answer is: a)

5.

Correct Answer is: b)

Direction  (6-10):

In the given arrangement the machine rearranges the words starting with vowels in alphabetical order and then those starting with consonants in alphabetical order. The numbers are arranged in ascending order. However, words and numbers are arranged in each alternate step.

Input: magazine 14 desire 21 input 13 28 expire activate 25 30

Step I. activate magazine 14 desire 21 input 13 28 expire 25 30

Step II. activate 13 magazine 14 desire 21 input 28 expire 25 30

Step III. activate 13 expire magazine 14 desire 21 input 28 25 30

Step IV. activate 13 expire 14 magazine desire 21 input 28 25 30

Step V. activate 13 expire 14 input magazine desire 21 28 25 30

Step VI. activate 13 expire 14 input 21 magazine desire 28 25 30

Step VII. activate 13 expire 14 input 21 desire magazine 28 25 30

Step VIII. activate 13 expire 14 input 21 desire 25 magazine 28 30

6). Correct Answer is: b

7). Correct Answer is: d

8). Correct Answer is: d

9). Correct Answer is: c

10). Correct Answer is: e

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