“20-20” Reasoning Questions | Crack SBI Clerk 2018 Day-19

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Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

There are eight employees S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z of an organisation working in three departments viz P, Q and R. Each of them has a different choice of colours, viz Blue, Yellow, Orange, White, Green, Violet, Brown and Black, but not necessarily in the same order. There are not more than three employees in any department. V likes Brown colour and does not work in department R. Z does not work in department Q and does not like either Yellow or White colour. W works in department Q and likes neither Blue nor Yellow colour. Y works in department P with only U, who likes Black colour. S and X do not work in the same department as W. The one who likes Blue colour works in department Q. The one who likes Orange colour works in department P. Those who work in department Q like neither White nor Green colour. X does not like Yellow colour.

  1. Which of the following colours does Z like?
  1.   Orange
  2.   Green
  3.   Brown
  4.   Blue
  5.   None of these
  1. Which of the following groups of employees works in department Q?
  1.   TVW
  2.   UVW
  3.   VWZ
  4.   TVS
  5.   None of these
  1. Who among the following likes Violet colour?
  1.   T
  2.   S
  3.   W
  4.   V
  5.   Can’t be determined
  1. In which of the following departments does S work?
  1.   P
  2.   Q
  3.   R
  4.   Can’t be determined
  5.   None of these
  1. Which of the following combinations is true?
  1.   V – P – Black
  2.   V – Q – Brown
  3.   T – R – Green
  4.   All are true
  5.   None of these

Direction (Q 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

 Eight persons M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting around a circular table but not necessarily in the same order. Four of them are facing the centre while four of them are facing outside from the centre. Each of them is Manager, Clerk, Professor, Engineer, Judge, Doctor, Businessman and Farmer but not necessarily in the same order.  The doctor faces the centre and sits third to the right of the Professor. O is an Engineer and faces R. The Businessman sits third to the right of M who is a Clerk. P and Q are facing the same direction (inside or outside). The Judge sits exactly in the middle of O and T. Q is a Manager and N is a Professor. S faces outside from the centre and is an immediate neighbour of T. The farmer is an immediate neighbour of Q and S. The Judge sits immediate left of the Engineer. Both O and R face the centre.

  1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which one does not belong to that group ?
  1.   O – Professor
  2.   R – Businessman
  3.   M – Professor
  4.   P – Doctor
  5.   Q – Clerk
  1. Which of the following statements is/are not true ?
  1.   The Manager sits immediate left of the Farmer.
  2.   S and P are immediate neighbours.
  3.   T is not a Doctor.
  4.   Both b) and c)
  5.   None of these
  1. What is the position of P with respect to the Professor ?
  1.   Second to the right
  2.   Second to the left.
  3.   Third to the left.
  4.   Third to the right
  5.   Can’t be determined
  1. Who is the Judge ?
  1.   The one who sits immediate left of T.
  2.   The one who sits third to the right of M.
  3.   The one who sits second to the right of N.
  4.   Can’t be determined
  5.   None of these
  1. Who amongst the following are the immediate neigbours of the Farmer ?
  1.   Q and T
  2.   S and P
  3.   S and O
  4.   S and Q
  5.   None of these

Directions (Q. 11-15): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow:

 To overcome the problem of finding clerical personnel to work in branches in the hinterland, recruitments in public sector banks are now being done state-wise so that locals get to work closer home.

(A) There are insufficient number of branches in rural hinterland.

(B) People prefer to work closer to their home or hometown.

(C) The banking sector is one of the fastest growing sectors of the Indian economy.

(D) Because of the growing concern of unemployment among the youths, these days they want to get into job, irrespective of the location or area.

(E) Majority of the branches of banks are established in rural areas.

 (F) There is a problem of finding clerical personnel in rural areas.

  1. Which of the following statements can be inferred from the given information?
  1. Only A
  2. Both B and C
  3. Only E
  4. Only F
  5. Both E and A
  1. Which of the following statements, if true, would weaken the statement?
  1. Only B
  2. Only E
  3. Only D
  4. Only C
  5. None of these
  1. Which of the following statements has been assumed in the given information?
  1. Only A
  2. Only B
  3. Only D
  4. Both E and F
  5. Both C and D
  1. Which of the following could be a possible fall-out of the above paragraph?
  1. Only F
  2. Only A
  3. Only D
  4. Only E
  5. Both C and D
  1. Which of the following statements, if true would strengthen the argument of the author?
  1. Only A
  2. Only C
  3. Only D
  4. Both C and D
  5. Both B and E

Direction (Q 16 – 20): 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 boxes are buses

Some buses are roads is a possibility

Some boxes are roads

Some roads are cars is a possibility

a) Statements:

Some buses are cars.

Some cars are boxes.

Some roads are boxes.

b) Statements:

Some buses are cars.

All cars are boxes.

Some roads are boxes.

c) Statements:

All buses are cars.

Some cars are boxes.

All roads are boxes.

d) Statements:

Some buses are cars.

No cars are boxes.

All roads are boxes.

e) Statements:

Some buses are cars.

Some cars are boxes.

All roads are boxes.

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

Some rabbits are bats is a possibility

Some carrots are cells

Some carrots are bats is a possibility

All rabbits are cells is a possibility

a) Statements:

All bats are cells.

All cells are rabbits.

Some rabbits are carrots.

b) Statements:

Some bats are cells.

Some cells are rabbits.

Some rabbits are carrots.

c) Statements:

All bats are cells.

All cells are rabbits.

No rabbits are carrots.

d) Statements:

All bats are cells.

Some cells are rabbits.

All rabbits are carrots.

e) Statements:

No bats are cells.

Some cells are rabbits.

Some rabbits are carrots.

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

No cards are tools

Some doors are not lines

Some doors are not cards

Some doors are tools

a) Statements:

Some cards are lines.

No lines are tools.

Some tools are doors.

b) Statements:

All cards are lines.

No lines are tools.

No tools are doors.

c) Statements:

All cards are lines.

All lines are tools.

All tools are doors.

d) Statements:

Some cards are lines.

Some lines are tools.

Some tools are doors.

e) Statements:

All cards are lines.

No lines are tools.

All tools are doors.

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

Some cars are boats

All leafs are wires is a possibility

Some leafs are not boats

Some cars are leafs is a possibility

a) Statements:

Some wires are leafs.

No wire is a boat.

All boats are cars.

b) Statements:

Some wires are leafs.

Some wire is a boat.

Some boats are cars.

c) Statements:

No wires are leafs.

No wire is a boat.

All boats are cars.

d) Statements:

Some wires are leafs.

Some wire is a boat.

No boats are cars.

e) Statements:

Some wires are leafs.

No wire is a boat.

No boats are cars.

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

Some sheets are buses

All cycles are buses is a possibility

Some sheets are cycles

All files are buses is a possibility

a) Statements:

Some buses are cycles.

Some cycles are files.

Some files are sheets.

b) Statements:

All buses are cycles.

Some cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

c) Statements:

Some buses are cycles.

All cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

d) Statements:

Some buses are cycles.

No cycles are files.

Some files are sheets.

e) Statements:

Some buses are cycles.

No cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

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

Answers: 

Directions (Q. 1-5):

Person Department Colour
W Q Violet
Y P Orange
U P Black
S R Yellow
X R White
Z R Green
V Q Brown
T Q Blue
  1. Correct Answer is: b
  2. Correct Answer is: a
  3. Correct Answer is: C
  4. Correct Answer is: C
  5. Correct Answer is: B

Direction (Q 6-10):

  1. Correct Answer is: C
  2. Correct Answer is: D
  3. Correct Answer is: A
  4. Correct Answer is: C
  5. Correct Answer is: D

 

Directions (Q. 11-15):

11.Answer: d

12.Answer: c

13.Answer: b

14.Answer: b

15.Answer: e

 

Direction (16-20)

16.

Correct Answer is: b)

17

  1. Correct Answer is: e)

19. Correct Answer is: a)

20. Correct Answer is: c)

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