# IBPS Clerk Prelims Reasoning Ability Questions 2019 (Day-14)

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IBPS Clerk Prelims Reasoning Questions 2019 (Day-14)

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Direction Sense

Directions (1 -3): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions below

Anil walks 15m from point A towards the east to reach point B. Then he takes right turn and walks for 20m to reach point C. Now he takes a left turn and walks for 15m to reach point D. Then he takes a left turn and walks for 10m to reach point E. Then he takes a left turn and walks for 20m to reach point F. Now he takes a right turn and walks for 5m to reach point G. Then he takes a left turn and walks for 10m to reach point H.

1) If M is 5m to the north of G. then Point B is at what distance and in which direction with respect to point M?

a) 5m South

b) 10m West

c) 15m North

d) 5m, East

e) None of these

2) What is the distance between point H and Point A?

a) 10m

b) 5m

c) 9m

d) 15m

e) Cannot be determined

3) If Point Z is the midpoint between Point B and C, then which of the point will be nearest to Z?

a) A

b) E

c) D

d) F

e) None of these

Blood relation

Directions (4-6): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

B is the daughter of A. A is married to C. D is the brother of A. E is the only son of D. F is the grandmother of E.F has no daughter.

4) How C is related to E?

a) Uncle

b) Aunt

c) Nephew

d) Son-in law

e) None of these

5) If G is married to D, then how A is related to G?

a) Brother-in law

b) Brother

c) Sister in law

d) Mother in law

e) None of these

6) How B is related to F?

a) Grandson

b) Son

c) Granddaughter

d) Grandmother

e) None of these

Inequality

Directions (7-10): In each of the following questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements followed by two conclusions. Find the conclusion which is definitely true.

7) Statements:

C ≥ A = T > E ≤ R ; G > A ≥ M = H > K ;

Conclusions:

I) H < C

II) C = H

a) Only II follows

b) Both I and II follows

c) Either I or II follows

d) Neither I nor II follows

e) Only I follow

8) Statements:

C ≥ A = T > E ≤ R ; G > A ≥ M = H > K ;

Conclusions:

I) G > R

II) C = H

a) Only II follows

b) Both I and II follows

c) Either I or II follows

d) Neither I nor II follows

e) Only I follow

9) Statements:

B ≥ M ≤ J ≥ K = L ; S <M ≥ T > V ≥ W ;

Conclusions:

I) S = J

II) J > S

a) Only II follows

b) Both I and II follows

c) Either I or II follows

d) Neither I nor II follows

e) Only I follow

10) Statements:

B ≥ M ≤ J ≥ K = L ; S <M ≥ T > V ≥ W ;

Conclusions:

I) W < B

II) V < K

a) Only II follows

b) Both I and II follows

c) Either I or II follows

d) Neither I nor II follows

e) Only I follow

Directions (1 -3): Directions (4-6) : C is the Aunt of E. A is the brother in law of G. B is the granddaughter of F.

Directions (7-10):

I) H < C —> C ≥ A ≥ M = H > K —> Can Be True

II) C = H—> C ≥ A ≥ M = H > K —> Can Be True

So either (i) or (ii) Follows

I) G > R —> G>A = T > E ≤ R —> False

II) C = H—> C ≥ A ≥ M = H > K —> Can Be True (But Not Definite)

So neither (i) or (ii) Follows

I) S =J—> S <M ≤ J ≥ K = L –> False

II) J > S—> S <M ≤ J ≥ K = L–> True

So, only (ii) follows