# “20-20” Reasoning Questions | Crack SBI Clerk Mains 2018 Day-161

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Direction (1-5):  Read the given information carefully answer the questions given below.

In the institution, different number of people took leave in different days in the month of May. The dates are viz,. 9th , 11th , 13th , 14th , 17th , 19th , 20th , 24th , 26th , 28th  and 31st . The total number of students are absent in particular day are 75, 32, 79, 16, 46, 23, 94, 93, 89, 37 and 68. But they are not necessary to be in the same order.

23 students are absent one of the day in last twelve days of the month. The total number of people leave on 19th May can be divisible by 5. Only three dates are between the date when 75 and 94 students were absent. Prime number of students were absent on last date of the month. Only two date are between the date when 37 and 46 students were absent. 46 students were absent, one of the date after 75 students were absent. Not more than fifty students were absent on last date of the month.  Only two dates are between the day when 75 and 79 students were absent. More than two dates are between 23 and 89 students were absent. Second highest number of people were absent in first date of the month. Only two dates are between the date when 68 and 93 were absent. 16 students were not absent on 17th May. The number of students absent on 11th may is less than the number of students absent on 17th May.  The prime number of students are not absent on 11th May. Number of students who are absent on 26th May is  lesser than the number of students those who were absent on 13th May. 79 students not absent on 13th May. No two prime number absentees are in consecutive days.

1) In which of the following day, second lowest numbers of students were absent?

a) 11th May

b) 20th May

c) 31st May

d) 28th May

e) None of these

2) How many students were absent on 26th May?

a) 32

b) 93

c) 34

d) 16

e) 79

3) In which of the following day does 32 students were absent?

a) 11th May

b) 20th May

c) 17st May

d) 28th May

e) None of these

4) Who many students were absent on 20th May?

a) 68

b) 75

c) 79

d) 23

e) None of these

5) In which of the following day 46 were absent?

a) 11th May

b) 20th May

c) 17st May

d) 28th May

e) None of these

Direction (6-10):  Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I  II and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and give answer accordingly.

6) What is the rank of Pavan in the class?

1. There are twenty five people in the class. Sham’s rank is 13th from the bottom.
2. Rama’s rank is 14th from top of the class. Rama and Sham are in consecutive ranks.
3. More than five students got rank after Pavan.

a) Only I and II are sufficient to answer.

b) Only III and I or II is sufficient to answer

c) All I, II and III are sufficient to answer.

d) Either I and II or II and III are sufficient to answer.

e) None of I, II and III are sufficient to answer.

7). Seven people Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are in the group. How many people are taller than U?

1. T is taller than W, who is taller than Q. S is shorter than V but not shorter than R.
2. T is shorter than R. R is taller than Q.
3. U is taller than T, but not taller than R.

a) Only I and II are sufficient to answer.

b) Only III and I is sufficient to answer

c) All I, II and III are sufficient to answer.

d) Either I and II or II and III are sufficient to answer.

e) Both B and C

8) If the week days started from Monday to Sunday.  On which day does Elango took leave?

1. Elango does not take leave on Wednesday.
2. Shalini knows that Elango was not leave on first and last day of the week.
3. Soundarya clearly said that, Elango was not leave on Tuesday.

a) Only I and II are sufficient to answer.

b) Only III and I or II is sufficient to answer

c) All I, II and III are sufficient to answer.

d) Either I and II or II and III are sufficient to answer.

e) None of I, II and III are sufficient to answer.

9) Six people A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in the linear row facing north. Who among the following person sits at extreme right end of the row?

1. C sits second to the right of B. F sits second to the right of E.
2. A sits immediate left of D, who does not sits left of B. E sits right of B.
3. Only three people sits between B and A. Only one person sits between F and D.

a) Only I and II are sufficient to answer.

b) Only III and I or II is sufficient to answer

c) All I, II and III are sufficient to answer.

d) Either I and II or II and III are sufficient to answer.

e) None of I, II and III are sufficient to answer.

10) How is S related to Q?

1. S is the sister of W, who is the only son of E.
2. E is the wife of Q’s son R.
3. W is the son of R, whose daughter is S.

a) Only I and II are sufficient to answer.

b) Only III and I or II is sufficient to answer

c) All I, II and III are sufficient to answer.

d) Either I and II or II and III are sufficient to answer.

e) None of I, II and III are sufficient to answer.

Direction (11-15):  Read the given information carefully answer the questions given below.

Eight people are studying different courses and are sitting in the linear table. Some people are facing south while some people are facing north. The courses are namely B.Com, B.A, B.Sc, BBA, BCA, B.E, BDS and BHMS. But they are not necessary to be in the same order. The people are sitting in alphabetical order from left to right and they all necessary to sit in the same order. Eg (A, B, C, D…etc)

The people who are sitting in the corner of the table are facing opposite direction to each other. Immediate neighbours of the person who is studying BBA are facing opposite direction to the person who is studying BBA. The person who is studying BBA is sitting third to the left of the person who is studying BDS. Only two people sits between the person who is studying B.Sc and the person who is studying BBA. Only two people sits between the person who is studying BE and the person who is studying BCA, neither of them are sitting at the extreme end of the table. The person who is studying BDS sits immediate left of the person who is studying BCA.  The person who is studying B.Com does not sit at corner of the table. More than three people sit between the person who is studying BA and the person who is studying BHMS. K is studying BHMS. The person whose name is starts with Vowel is studying BCA. Only one person’s name is starts with Vowel. Not more than one people sit to the right of the person who is studying B.Sc. The person who is studying BHMS sits right of the person who is studying BBA and both are facing opposite direction to each other.

11) Who among the following person third to the right of K?

a) The person who is studying B.Com

b) The person who is studying BA

c) The person who is studying B.Sc

d) The person who is studying BDS

e) None of these

12) How many people sits between the person who is studying B.A and the person B.E?

a) None

b) Three

c) Two

d) More than three

e) One

13) What is the name of the person who is studying B.Com?

a) I

b) N

c) P

d) H

e) None of these

14) Which of the following person sits fourth from the left end of the table?

a) The person who is studying B.Com

b) The person who is studying BA

c) The person who is studying B.Sc

d) The person who is studying BHMS

e) None of these

15) How many people sits between K and the person whose name is starts with vowel?

a) One

b) Three

c) Five

d) Four

e) None

Direction (16-18):  Read the given information carefully answer the questions given below.

‘A @ B’ is B is the mother of A

‘A  # B’ is B is the father of A

‘A \$ B’ is B is the sister of A

‘A % B’ is B is the brother of A

‘A * B’ is B is the son of A

‘A ! B’ is B is the daughter of A

16) How is E related to Y?

Statement: O ! E # P % S ! Y \$ A

a) Father

b) Mother

c) Sister

d) Cousin

e) None of these

17)  Which of the following symbol will come in the place of question mark (?) which definitely shows F is the child of R in the below given statement?

Statement: Q # C @ R * S ? F

a) #

b) @

c) %

d) \$

e) Either c or d

18) How is P related to R?

Statement: X @ E # R * S \$ G @ P

a) Daughter

b) Sister

c) Wife

d) Mother

e) None of these

Direction (19-20): In each question below a statement is followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An argument is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and then decide which of the argument is strong in the statement.

a) Only Argument I is strong

b) Only Argument II is strong

c) Neither Argument I nor Argument II is strong

d) Both Argument I and Argument II are strong

e) Either Argument I or Argument II is strong

19)  Microsoft and Walmart are teaming up for a strategic partnership that will take on rival Amazon in both technology and retail. Walmart announced at Microsoft’s Inspire partner conference, that it’s partnering with Microsoft to use the company’s cloud services.

Argument I: Microsoft is the technological giant that competes a technological giant Apple. This has also boomed in telecommunication sector.

Argument II: Walmart is one of the leading digital marketing platform it is playing a great role in marketing sector around the world.

20)  India has set a target of achieving 40% of its total electricity generation non-fossil fuel sources by 2030. Government of India’s target of installing 20 GW of solar power by 2022 was achieved four years of ahead of schedule in January, 2018 through solar parks and India has set a fresh target of achieving 100 GW of solar power by 2022

Argument I: The central government’s main aim is to provide 100% electricity for all the villages in the country.

Argument II: Government of India’s has planning to obtain energy from non renewable sources and to export excess electricity to other state.

Direction (1-5):

 Date No of Students 9th 93 11th 16 13th 89 14th 68 17th 32 19th 75 20th 23 24th 46 26th 79 28th 94 31st 37

i). The total number of people leave on 19th May can be divisible by 5.

ii). Prime number of students were absent on last date of the month.

iii). Only two date are between the date when 37 and 46 students were absent.

iv). More than two dates are between 23 and 89 students were absent.

 Case(i) Case(ii) Case(iii) Case(iv) Date No of Students No of Students No of Students No of Students 9th 11th 13th 14th 17th 19th 75 75 75 75 20th 24th 46 46 26th 28th 31st 37 37 23 23

v). 46 students were absent, one of the date after 75 students were absent.

vi). Only three dates are between the date when 75 and 94 students were absent.

vii). 23 students are absent one of the day in last twelve days of the month.

viii). Not more than fifty students were absent on last date of the month.

ix). Only two dates are between the day when 75 and 79 students were absent.

x). Second highest number of people were absent in first date of the month.

xi). Only two dates are between the date when 68 and 93 were absent.

xii). 16 students were not absent on 17th May.

xiii). The number of students absent on 11th may is less than the number of students absent on 17th May.

xiv). The prime number of students are not absent on 11th May.

xv). Number of students who are absent on 26th May is  lesser than the number of students those who were absent on 13th May. 79 students not absent on 13th May.

xvi). No two prime number absentees are in consecutive days

Case (ii)a –> does not follow condition (xiii)

Case (iv)a –> does not follow condition (xiii)

Direction (6-10)

From all I, II and III statements it is not sufficient to answer.

V > S > R > U > T > W > Q

All I, II and III are not sufficient to answer the question.

We can use either I and II or II and III to find the relation between S and Q.

Direction (11-15):

i). Only two people sits between the person who is studying BE and the person who is studying BCA, neither of them are sitting at the extreme end of the table.

ii). The person who is studying BDS sits immediate left of the person who is studying BCA.

iii). The person who is studying BBA is sitting third to the left of the person who is studying BDS.

iv). Only two people sits between the person who is studying B.Sc and the person who is studying BBA.

v). More than three people sit between the person who is studying BA and the person who is studying BHMS.

vi). K is studying BHMS.

vii). The person who is studying B.Com does not sit at corner of the table.

viii). The person whose name is starts with Vowel is studying BCA.

ix). Only one person’s name is starts with Vowel.

x). Not more than one people sit to the right of the person who is studying B.Sc.

xi). The people who are sitting in the corner of the table are facing opposite direction to each other.

xii). Immediate neighbours of the person who is studying BBA are facing opposite direction to the person who is studying BBA.

xiii). The person who is studying BHMS sits right of the person who is studying BBA and both are facing opposite direction to each other.

Direction (16-18)

Direction (19-20)