“20-20” Reasoning Questions | Crack SBI Clerk 2018 Day-6

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“20-20” Reasoning Questions | Crack SBI Clerk 2018 Day-6

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Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Eight persons from different states such as Chennai, Kanpur, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Surat depositing 8 different amounts such as 1 lakh, 2 lakh, 3 lakh, 4 lakh, 5 lakh, 6 lakh ,7 lakh and 8 lakh . And each of them having a savings account in the different banks, viz, Yes Bank, Axis Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank and HDFC Bank.They stayed in a building,in that ground floor is numbered 1,floor above it is numbered 2 and the top most floor is numbered 8.

  • The person who is from Kanpur depositing 8 lakh
  • The person who is depositing 7 lakh having account in HDFC Bank
  • The third floor stayed person depositing 2 lakh and having account in Yes Bank
  • 3 lakh is deposited by the person who is having account in Axis Bank
  • Minimum of three persons stayed below the person from Surat. And the person who belongs to Bangalore not stayed in the odd numbered floor
  • The Axis Bank and HDFC Bank having same number account holders
  • Person from Hyderabad stayed one floor below from the person who is belongs to Kanpur.
  • The top floor is not occupied by the person from Jaipur
  • The person who have account in Kotak Mahindra Bank depositing 1 lakh
  • The persons from Bangalore and Kanpur having account in same bank and both of them not having account in Axis Bank and also three persons stayed in between them
  • The persons who are depositing 4 lakh and 2 lakh are having account in same bank with the one who is depositing 5 lakh
  • The person who having account in Kotak Mahindra Bank stayed in fourth floor
  • There are four persons stayed in between of the person from Jaipur and Bangalore
  • The lowest floor is occupied by the person from Kolkata
  • Only three persons having account in one of the bank and the person from Jaipur who is depositing 5 lakh is one of them
  • The person from Ahmedabad and the person who depositing 5 lakh are not stayed in the even numbered floor
  • Only one person having account in Kotak Mahindra Bank
  • The person from Chennai who deposit 6 lakh stayed in even numbered floor and is having account in same bank with the person, who is depositing 3 lakh also stayed in first floor
  • The person who have account in HDFC Bank is from Bangalore
  • The person who depositing 8 lakh stayed above the floor of the person who is depositing 7 lakh
  • The person from Ahmedabad who is depositing 2 lakh having account in same bank with the person from Surat
  1. 5 lakh deposits by which of the following person?
  1.   Hyderabad
  2.   Kanpur
  3.   Bangalore
  4.   Chennai
  5.   Jaipur
  1. How many persons have account in Yes Bank?
  1.   One
  2.   Two
  3.   Three
  4.   Four
  5.   Five
  1. Which of the following person sits exactly between who are depositing 1 lakh and 8 lakh?
  1.   The one who deposits 2 lakh
  2.   The one who deposits 7 lakh
  3.   The one who deposits 6 lakh
  4.   The one who deposits 4 lakh
  5.   The one who deposits 3 lakh
  1. Who lives in the sixth floor?
  1.   The one who is from Kanpur
  2.   The one who is from Bangalore
  3.   The one who is from Jaipur
  4.   The one who is from Chennai
  5.   The one who is from Surat
  1. Which of the following combinations is true?
  1.   2 – 3 lakh – HDFC Bank – Kolkata
  2.   4 – 1 lakh – Kotak Mahindra Bank – Hyderabad
  3.   8 – 1 lakh – Axis Bank – Kolkata
  4.   7 – 2 lakh – Yes Bank – Chennai
  5.   None of these

Directions(6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.Eight Bank MD and CEOs – Shika Sharma, Rakesh Sharma, KishorKharat, Koteeswaran, Arundhati, Srinivas, ChandaKochhar and Usha – have come together to discuss a strategy for the development of the banks. They are sitting around a round table such that exactly half of them are facing the centre. Each MD and CEO heads a different bank viz, Indian Bank, Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, UCO Bank, Dena Bank, State Bank of India, Canara Bank and Bank of India. Of these, Uco Bank and Bank of India fall in the same zone. KishorKharat, Rakesh Sharma, Koteeswaran and Srinivas are the male CEOs. Rakesh Sharma, from Indian Bank and facing the centre, sits opposite to the CEO from Dena Bank. Usha, an immediate neighbour of Rakesh Sharma, is fourth to the right of the CEO from State Bank of India, who is facing the centre. KishorKharat, from Canara Bank, sits second to the right of Srinivas and both are facing outside. The CEO from ICICI Bank also the person whose bank name starts with the Second alphabet letter is facing the centre. He is also to the immediate right of Usha. To the immediate left of Koteeswaran is Arundhati, who is facing outside and is opposite to ChandaKochhar, who is the CEO from Bank of India and faces the centre. The CEOs from the same zone are sitting opposite each other. Only two males face the centre. No two people of the same gender sit next to each other.

  1. Who sits second to the left of the person the one who represents for Canara Bank?
  1. The one who represents for Dena Bank
  2. Shikha Sharma
  3. ChandaKochhar
  4. The one who represents for Indian Bank
  5. None of these
  1. Usha represents for which of the following bank?
  1. State Bank of India
  2. Bank of India
  3. ICICI Bank
  4. Indian Bank
  5. Axis Bank
  1. How many persons sit between the person who represent for ICICI Bank and the person who represent for Indian Bank? (Count from the left of the person who represent for ICICI Bank)
  1. Four
  2. Two
  3. Five
  4. One
  5. Three

9.Who represents for UCO Bank?

  1. Usha
  2. Arundhati
  3. Shikha Sharma
  4. Srinivas
  5. None of these
  1. Which of the following combinations is true?
  1. Srinivas – Facing Centre – Dena Bank
  2. Kishore Kharat – Facing Outside – UCO Bank
  3. Koteeswaran – Facing Centre – State bank of India
  4. Usha – Facing Outside – Axis Bank
  5. None of these

Direction (11-15) Answer the following questions based on the arrangement given below

  1. Y W @ 1 & C N 3 P L B 9 ↑ = D * E 2 £ M V $ 7 # 4 F G 5

C 1 3 W : 7 4 V G in the same way as N @ B = : ?

  1. $ 4 2 D
  2.   V F 2 D
  3.   $ F 2 *
  4.   $ F £ D
  5.   $ F 2 D
  1. Y W @ 1 & C N 3 P L B 9 ↑ = D * E 2 £ M V $ 7 # 4 F G 5

If the numbers immediately preceding the symbols are attached the value double their numerical value, then what will be the sum of the values of all such numbers?

  1. 22
  2.   26
  3.   36
  4.   38
  5.   NONE OF THESE
  1. Y W @ 1 & C N 3 P L B 9 ↑ = D * E 2 £ M V $ 7 # 4 F G 5

Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the above arrangement and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?

  1. * V 2 M
  2.   ↑ 2 D E
  3.   L D B =
  4.   V F 7 4
  5.   & L N P
  1. Y W @ 1 & C N 3 P L B 9 ↑ = D * E 2 £ M V $ 7 # 4 F G 5

 If Y W @ 1 are written in the reverse order, & C N 3 are written in the reverse order and o on, then in the new arrangement which of the following will be exactly in the middle between 9 and $?

  1.   ↑
  2.   =
  3.   D
  4.   M
  5.   NONE OF THESE

 

  1. Y W @ 1 & C N 3 P L B 9 †‘ = D * E 2 £ M V $ 7 # 4 F G 5

If all the symbols are dropped from the above sequence then which element is seventh to the right of fourteenth from right end?

  1.   N
  2.   P
  3.   E
  4.   M
  5.   NONE OF THESE

Direction (16-20): In each question, statements are given, which are followed by three conclusions I, II & III.You have to find out which conclusion(s) is/are definitely true.

16) Statements:

A≥B>C=D; A=H≤R>S; B<E≤F>G

Conclusions:

I.C<F           II.B≥R

III.D>S

  1. Only I follows.
  2. Only II follows.
  3. All follow.
  4. Only I and II follow.
  5. Only I and III follow.

17) Statements:

M<H<J=R≥Q; J<L≤T>V; V<S=W>R≥X

Conclusions:

I.T>Q II.M<L

III.S>Q

  1. Only I follows.
  2. Only II follows.
  3. All follow.
  4. Only I and II follow.
  5. Only I and III follow.

18) Statements:

W=X≤U>Z; T≥K=U<M≤R<Y

Conclusions:

I.W<Y

II.Z<T

III.X≤R

  1. Only I follows.
  2. Only II follows.
  3. All follow.
  4. Only I and II follow.
  5. Only I and III follow.

19) Statements:

A ≥ F > D < E ≥ L; O ≤ H < C ≥ B = A

Conclusions:

I.F≥C

II.F<C

III.D<C

  1. Only I follows.
  2. Only II follows.
  3. Only III follows.
  4. Only I and II follow.
  5. Only I and III follow.
  1. Statement:
    K ≥ S > N = M ≤ Y < J ≥ R ≥ O > H ≥ A > V < T

Conclusions:
I.N > Y

II.R > V

III.Y ≤ N

  1. Only I follows.
  2. Only II follows.
  3. Only III follows.
  4. Only I and II follow.
  5. Only I and III follow.

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