“20-20” Reasoning Questions | Crack SBI Clerk 2018 Day-21

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

Eight persons from different cities such as Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kochi, Chennai, Patna, Jaipur and Indore presenting eight different flowers such as Marigold, Lotus, Lilies, Roses, Hibiscus, Sunflower, Musk Rose and Zinnia . Each of them live in different floors . The ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above it is numbered 2, ans so on, and the topmost floor is numbered 8. And each of them having a android version mobile in the android version names of Jelly Bean, Kitkat, Lollipop and Marshmallow. The person who is from Hyderabad presenting Zinnia as a flower . The person who is presenting Musk Rose having Marshmallow version . The third floor stayed person presenting Lotus and having a version in the android version name of Jelly Bean. Lilies are presented by the person who is having Kitkat version. Minimum of three persons stayed below of Indore city person. And the person who belongs to Kochi not stayed in the odd numbered floor. The android version name Kitkat and Marshmallow having same number of persons. Bangalore city person stayed one floor below from the person who is belongs to Hyderabad. The top floor is not occupied by the person from Jaipur. The Lollipop version owned person presenting Marigold. The persons from Kochi and Hyderabad having same android version and both of them not having Kitkat version and also three persons stayed in between them. The persons who are presenting Roses flower and Lotus are having same android version with the one who is presenting Hibiscus. The Lollipop version owned person stayed in fourth floor. There are four persons stayed in between of Jaipur and Kochi. The lowest floor is occupied by the Chennai city person. Only three persons having one kind of android version and the person from Jaipur who is presenting Hibiscus is one of them. The person from Patna and the person who presenting Hibiscus are not stayed in the even numbered floor . Only one person having Lollipop version . The person from Mumbai who likes to present Sunflowers stayed in even numbered floor and is having same android version with the person , who is presenting Lilies also stayed in first floor. Marshmallow version is owned by the person who is from Kochi. The person who presenting Zinnia stayed above the floor of the person who is presenting Musk Rose . The Patna who is presenting Lotus having same android version with the person from Indore

  1. How many persons have Jelly Bean android version?
  1. One
  2. Two
  3. Three
  4. Four
  5. Five
  1. Who lives in the sixth floor?
  1. The one who is from Hyderabad
  2. The one who is from Kochi
  3. The one who is from Jaipur
  4. The one who is from Mumbai
  5. The one who is from Indore
  1. Hibiscus flower present by which of the following city person?
  1. Bangalore
  2. Hyderabad
  3. Kochi
  4. Mumbai
  5. Jaipur
  1. Which of the following person sits exactly between who are presenting Marigold and Zinnia?
  1. The one who presents Lotus flower
  2. The one who presents Musk Rose flower
  3. The one who presents Sunflowers flower
  4. The one who presents Roses flower
  5. The one who presents Lilies flower
  1. Which of the following combinations is true?
  1. 2 – Lilies – Marshmallow – Chennai
  2. 4 – Marigold – Lollipop – Bangalore
  3. 8 – Marigold – Kitkat – Chennai
  4. 7 – Lotus – Jelly Bean – Mumbai
  5. None of these

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

Ten friends M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting around a rectangular table in such a way that four of them sit at the corners, two each on the longer sides and one each on the smaller sides but not necessarily in the same order. Five of them are facing the centre and five are not facing the centre. Each of them is a Teacher, Professor, IAS, IPS, Doctor, Manager, Clerk, Farmer, Politician and Engineer. (Note : Not more than two friends sitting together face the same direction. Facing the same direction means if one person faces the centre then the other person also faces the centre and if one person faces the out side from centre then the other person also faces out side from centre. Facing the opposite direction means if one person faces the centre then the other person faces out side from centre and vice versa. ) The Doctor sits on the immediate right of the IPS and is not an immediate neighbour of the IAS. The Teacher and the Doctor face the same direction. M sits on immediate right of R. The IPS and the Clerk sit diagonally opposite and face the opposite directions. Neither R nor U is the Farmer. T sits on the immediate left of U, who is the Politician. R sits second to the right of the IAS. Only two among the four sitting on the corners are facing the centre. The Farmer and the IPS sit on the immediate right and third to the right of the Engineer respectively. The Teacher sits on one of the smaller sides and third to the left of the Manager. S is the IPS and sits third to the right of Q. The Engineer sits on the immediate left of V. N is the Doctor and sits second to the right of P. The IPS sits at one of the corners. The Teacher and the Politician are not immediate neighbours. U is not an immediate neighbour of either the Professor or the Manager. U sits on the immediate left of the IAS who is facing the centre. U sits at one of the corner.

  1. Which of the following statements is/are not true?
  1. The Farmer sits third to the left of R.
  2. The IAS is an immediate neigbour of Politician.
  3. M is not the Professor.
  4. Both b) and c)
  5. None of these
  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. P
  2. S
  3. T
  4. R
  5. Q
  1. Which of the following statements is/are true?
  1. N sits third to the right of the Farmer.
  2. Both the immediate neighbours of the Engineer face the opposite direction.
  3. The Manager sits immediate left of the Farmer.
  4. T is the Clerk.
  5. The Clerk sits second to the left of the IAS.
  1. What is the position of S with respect to the IAS?
  1. Third to the left
  2. Third to the right
  3. Immediate left
  4. Immediate right
  5. None of these
  1. Who is the Farmer?
  1. The one who sits second to the right of the IAS.
  2. The one who sits third to the right of the Clerk.
  3. The one who sits immediate right of P.
  4. The one who sits immediate left of M.
  5. None of these

Direction (11-15): In each group of questions below are two conclusions followed by five sets of statements. You have to choose the correct set of statements that logically satisfies given conclusions. Given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly knowns facts .

  1. Conclusions:
  1. Some glasses are balls.
  2. No cup is a ring.

Statements:

  1. Statements I: Some glasses are cups. All cups are balls. No ring is a ball.
  2. Statements II: Some glasses are cups. No cups are balls. No ring is a ball.
  3. Statements III: Some glasses are cups. Some cups are balls. No ring is a ball.
  4. Statements IV: Some glasses are cups. Some cups are balls. All ring is a ball.
  5. Statements V: All glasses are cups. No cups are balls. No ring is a ball.

12. Conclusions:

  1. No cat is a monkey.
  2. Some rats are not dogs.

Statements:

  1. Some cat is a dog. All dog is a monkey. No monkeys are rats.
  2. No cat is a dog. All dog is a monkey. All monkeys are rats.
  3. All cat is a dog. Some dog is a monkey. Some monkeys are rats.
  4. Some cat is a dog. Some dog is a monkey. Some monkeys are rats.
  5. No cat is a dog. No dog is a monkey. Some monkeys are rats.

13. Conclusions:

  1. Some bag is a book.
  2. All goods are luggages.

Statements:

  1. No books are goods. Some goods are bags.   Some bags are luggages.
  2. All books are goods. Some goods are bags.   No bags are luggages.
  3. Some books are goods. All goods are bags. Some bags are luggages.
  4. All books are goods. All goods are luggages. No bags are luggages.
  5. All books are goods. All goods are bags. All bags are luggages.
  1. Conclusions:
  1. Some windows are chairs.
  2. Some doors are beds.

Statements:

  1. Some doors are windows. All windows are beds. Some beds are chairs.
  2. Some doors are windows. All windows are beds. No beds are chairs.
  3. Some doors are windows. All windows are beds. All beds are chairs.
  4. Some doors are windows. Some windows are beds. Some beds are chairs.
  5. None of these
  1. Conclusions:
  1. Some pulleys are bells.
  2. Some Pulleys are Trolleys.

Statements:

  1. All trolleys are pulleys. Some pulleys are chains. All chains are bells.
  2. All trolleys are Bells. No pulley is chains. All chains are bells.
  3. No trolleys are Bells. No pulley is chains. All chains are bells.
  4. All trolleys are pulleys. Some pulleys are chains. No chains are bells.
  5. None of these

Directions (Q. 16-20) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

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 : cricket 24 answer 15 red ink 37 96 moon 49 unable 82

Step I : 25 cricket answer 15 red ink 37 96 moon unable 82 48

Step II : 83 25 cricket answer 15 red ink 96 moon unable 48 36

Step III : 97 83 25 cricket answer red ink moon unable 48 36 14

Step IV : cricket 97 83 25 answer red ink moon 48 36 14 unable

Step V : moon cricket 97 83 25 answer red 48 36 14 unable ink

Step VI : red moon cricket 97 83 25 48 36 14 unable ink answr

And step VI is the last step of the above input. As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out the appropriate steps for the given input.

Input : earn 53 poor 16 65 star order 42 actual 71 horse 98

  1. Which element is fourth to the right of the one which is eighth from the right end in step III of the given input ?
  1. 99
  2. poor
  3. horse
  4. order
  5. None of these
  1. Which element comes exactly between ‘17’ and ‘star’ in step IV of the given input ?
  1. Both ‘order’ and ‘horse’.
  2. Only ‘actual’.
  3. Both ‘earn’ and ‘poor’.
  4. Only ‘64’
  5. None of these

18. If in step V ‘17’ interchange its position with ‘order’ and ‘horse’ also interchanges its position with ‘64’ then which element will be fifth to the right of ‘43’ ?

  1. 17
  2. 65
  3. order
  4. 70
  5. horse

19. Which of the following combinations represents the first two and last two elements in step VI of the given input ?

  1. star, order, earn, poor
  2. horse, star, actual, order
  3. poor, horse, order, earn
  4. star, poor, earn, actual
  5. earn, order, poor, actual

20. In which step are the elements ‘horse 99 actual 70’ found in the same order ?

  1. IV
  2. VI
  3. V
  4. III
  5. The given order of element is not found in any step

Answers:

Directions (1-5):

Floors Flowers City Android version
8 Sunflowers Mumbai Kitkat
7 Hibiscus Jaipur Jelly Bean
6 Zinnia Hyderabad Marshmallow
5 Roses Indore Jelly Bean
4 Marigold Bangalore Lollipop
3 Lotus Patna Jelly Bean
2 Musk Rose Kochi Marshmallow
1 Lilies Chennai Kitkat
  1. Correct Answer is: c)
  2. Correct Answer is: a)
  3. Correct Answer is: e)
  4. Correct Answer is: d)
  5. Correct Answer is: b)

Direction (6-10):

  1. Correct Answer is: c;
  2. Correct Answer is: d;
  3. Correct Answer is: c;
  4. Correct Answer is: a;
  5. Correct Answer is: e;

Direction (11-15):

  1. Correct Answer is: a

12. Correct Answer is: e

13. Correct Answer is: e

14. Correct Answer is: c

15. Correct Answer is: a

Direction (16-20):

In the rearrangement, first numbers are arranged and words are rearranged. In first step, the next number of the smallest even number comes at the left end and the previous number of the largest odd number comes at the right end. In the second step, the next number of the second smallest even number comes at the left end and the previous number of the second largest odd number comes at the right end and so on till numbers are rearranged. After that words are rearranged. Words begining with consonant are rearranged in alphabetical order on the left end and words begining with vowels are rearranged in reverse alphabetical order on the right end till the final rearrangement.

Input : earn 53 poor 16 65 star order 42 actual 71 horse 98

Step I : 17 earn 53 poor 65 star order 42 actual horse 98 70

Step II : 43 17 earn 53 poor star order actual horse 98 70 64

Step III: 99 43 17 earn poor star order actual horse 70 64 52

Step IV: horse 99 43 17 earn poor star actual 70 64 52 order

Step V: poor horse 99 43 17 star actual 70 64 52 order earn

Step VI: star poor horse 99 43 17 70 64 52 order earn actual

  1. Correct Answer is: C; Fourth to the right of eight from the right end = 8 – 4 = 4th from the right end. ie. — horse.
  2. Correct Answer is: C ;
  3. Correct Answer is: E;

After interchanging step V becomes:

poor 64 99 43 order star actual 70 horse 52 17 earn.

Thus fifth to the right of ‘43 is horse’

  1. Correct Answer is: D;
  2. Correct Answer is: E;

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