# “20-20” Reasoning Questions | Crack SBI Clerk 2018 Day-9

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Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following arrangement of numbers, letters and symbols carefully and answer the questions given below.

G 9 4 P H K E \$ 7 F R I U # W C 3 M I 8 B Q Y 5 @ N ∋ 2 V J

1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
1. P 9 K
2. 7 E R
3. ∋ V @
4. 8 M Q
5. None of these
1. If the positions of the last twenty elements in the above arrangement are reversed, which of the following will be sixteenth from the left end?
1. N
2. 5
3. Y
4. @
5. None of these
1. Which of the following is sixth to the left of nineteenth element from the right end?
1. K
2. H
3. E
4. \$
5. None of these
1. How many such consonants are there in the above arrangement, each of which is either immediately followed by a symbol or immediately preceded by a vowel or both?
1. None
2. One
3. Two
4. Three
5. More than three
1. How many such numbers are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a consonant and immediately followed by a symbol?
1. None
2. One
3. Two
4. Three
5. More than three

Directions (Q. 6-10): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions.

a)If only conclusion I is true.

b)If only conclusion II is true.

c)If either conclusion I or II is true.

d)If neither conclusion I nor H is true.

e)If both conclusion I and II are true.

1. Statements: N ≤ C> T = Q; P< E ≤ T

Conclusions:

I.C> P

II.Q ≥ E

1.   a
2.   b
3.   c
4.   d
5.   e
1. Statements: B > A = N ≥ L> R; E< D> C; B ≥ G> E

Conclusions:

I.C>E

II.B>E

1.   a
2.   b
3.   c
4.   d
5.   e
1. Statements: B > A = N ≥ L> R; E< D> C; B ≥ G> E

Conclusions:

I.A ≥ L

II.C ≤ N

1.   a
2.   b
3.   c
4.   d
5.   e
1. Statements: R = T> P< Q = S; T ≥ K> U; N = W> U

Conclusions:

I.S> P

II.K ≤ R

1.   a
2.   b
3.   c
4.   d
5.   e
1. Statements: R = T> P< Q = S; T ≥ K> U; N = W> U

Conclusions:

I.S =N

II.K ≥ Q

1.   a
2.   b
3.   c
4.   d
5.   e

Directions (Q.11-15):Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Ten personsA, B, C,D, E, F, G, H,I and J work as managers in 10 different banks: AXIS, BOB, CANARA, HDFC,ICICI, PNB, RBI, SBI, UCO and YES bank. They are sitting in two parallel rows containing five people each in a row, such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. In row 1, B,C, E,H,I and person from Yes bank are sitting and all of them are facing south. In row 2, the remaining five persons are sifting and all of them are facing north. The following information is known:

• The persons working in HDFC and Axis are sitting at the centers of the rows.
• The persons working in BOB and CANARA are sifting on opposite seats and neither of them is sifting at the corner.
• I and F are sitting diagonally opposite.
• The person working in ICICI is sitting to the immediate right of G, who works in PNB.
• J works in Axis and is sitting between A and D.
• Neither H nor A works in CANARA bank.
• E is sitting adjacent to the person working in RBI.
• B does not work in YES bank..
• H is sitting second to the left of the person working in SBI. H does not work in HDFC.
1. Who works in UCO Bank?
1.   I
2.   C
3.   F
4.   D
5.   B
1. I works in which bank?
1.   RBI
2.   SBI
3.   UCO
4.   HDFC
5.   YES
1. Which of the following is not correctly matched?
1.   RBI – I
2.   SBI – E
3.   HDFC – B
4.   YES – A
5.   UCO – F
1. I is related to Axis in some manner and B is related to UCO in that manner. To which bank is J related in the same manner?
1.   YES
2.   RBI
3.   PNI3
4.   AXIS
5.   BOB
1. If the persons are made to sit in alphabetical order from right to left within their rows. who will be sitting to the immediate right of the person sitting opposite to the one working in CANARA Bank?
1.   B
2.   C
3.   A
4.   F
5.   E

Directions (16-20): Study the following information and answer the following questions:

Seven friends Ravi, Raju, Raja, Rajan, Rahul, Rajesh and Ranjan study in three different colleges A,B, C and four different branches of engineering -Mechanical, Chemical, Electronics and Electrical not necessarily in the same order. At least one of them and not more than three of them study in any one college and any one branch. Raju studies mechanical in college B. Ravi and Rajan study in college A but in different branches. Rahul studies chemical and he is in college C with Raja. Neither Rajesh nor Ranjan studies in college A. The only person who studies electronics is in college C. Ranjan Studies electrical. Ravi does not study chemical. Rajan and Raju are in same branch and only two people study chemical. Rajesh studies in college B.

16). Who studies electronics ?

1. Raju
2. Rajan
3. Raja
4. Ravi
5. Rahul

17). In which branch Rajesh study ?

1. Mechanical
2. Chemical
3. Electrical
4. Electronics
5. Can’t be determined

18). Which college has maximum number of students ?

1. A
2. B
3. Either A or B
4. C
5. Either B or C

19). Which of following pair are in same college ?

1. Ravi, Raju
2. Raja, Rajan
3. Rajesh, Raju
4. Rahul, Rajan
5. None of these

20). In which branch Ravi studies ?

1. Mechanical
2. Chemical
3. Electrical
4. Electronics
5. Can’t be determined

Directions (Q. 1-5):

Directions (Q. 6-10):

Given statements:

N ≤ C> T=Q    ..(i)

P< E ≤ T       ..(ii)

Combining both statements, we get

N ≤ C> Q = T ≥ E> P

Thus, C> P is true. Again, Q ≥ T is true

Direction (Q 7-8):

Given statements:

B> A = N ≥ L> R      …(i)

E< D> C                  …(ii)

B ≥ G> E                 ….(iii)

Combining all these statements, we get

C< D> E< G ≤ B> A = N ≥ L> R         …(iv)

1. Check for conclusion I.

From (iv), we can’t compare C and E. Hence I (C> E) is not true.

Check for conclusion II.From (iv), E< B or B> E is true. Hence II follows.

Check for conclusion I.From (iv), A ≥ L, is true.

check for conclusion II.From (iv), we can’t compare C and N. Hence II (C ≤ N) is not true.

Direction (Q 9-10):

Given statements:

R=T>P

T ≥ K> U              …(ii)

N = W> U            …(iii)

Combining all these statements, we get

N=W>UP

From (iv), S> P is true. K ≤ R is true.

From (iv), S = N is not true. K ≥ Q is not true.

Directions (Q.11-15): Directions (16-20):

 Person Dept College Ravi Electrical A Raju Mech B Raja Electronics C Rajan Mech A Rahul Chemical C Rajesh Chemical B Ranjan Electrical C/B 