“20-20” Reasoning Questions | Crack RRB Assistant Mains 2018 Day-176

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“20-20” Reasoning Questions | Crack RRB Assistant Mains 2018 Day-176

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

Eight people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H are sitting in the circular table facing centre of the circle. But they are not necessary to be in the same order. Only two people sit between F and G. Only one person sits between G and E. B and H are not immediate neighbours. Only two people sit between C and H, who sits second to the left of F. B sits second to the right of A. B is not an immediate neighbour of C. E is not an immediate neighbour of A.

1) Name the person who sits second to the right of D?

a) A

b) E

c) C

d) F

e) None of these

2) Name the person who sits opposite to G?

a) A

b) E

c) F

d) D

e) None of these

3) How many people sits between F and E, when counted in clockwise direction from E?

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) More than three

e) None of these

4) Four among the five are alike in such a way based on their arrangement, find the person who does not belongs to the group?

a) FB

b) DG

c) CE

d) AH

e) EB

5) If all the people are made to sit in alphabetical order from A is clockwise direction, then how many of them will remains in original position except A?

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) More than three

e) None

Direction (6-10):  The words arrangement machine when given an input line of words rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.

Input: minister get present call agenda development exchange

Step 1: get minister present call agenda development exchange

Step 2: call get minister present agenda development exchange

Step 3: agenda call get minister present development exchange

Step 4: present agenda call get minister development exchange

Step 5: minister present agenda call get development exchange

Step 6: exchange minister present agenda call get development

Step 7: development exchange minister present agenda call get

Step 7 will be last step for the given input.

Input: goodwill inane made appoint bat improving delegation

6) In which of the following step ‘improving goodwill’ will appear together?

a) Step 2

b) Step 1

c) Step 5

d) Step 6

e) Step 3

7) Which of the following step will be the last step for the given input?

a) Step 2

b) Step 7

c) Step 5

d) Step 6

e) Step 3

8) How many elements are there between ‘bat’ and ‘delegation’ in step 5?

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) Four

e) None

9) Which of the following element will be fifth from the right end in Step 6?

a) delegation

b) improving

c) bat

d) inane

e) appoint

10) Which of the following element is third to the left of fifth from the left end in Step 7?

a) delegation

b) improving

c) bat

d) inane

e) appoint

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

Seven people living in seven different floors and they all graduated in seven different streams namely, BBA, BCA, BE, B.Ed, BA, B.Com and B.Sc. They all scored different percentages in their academy. All the given information is not necessary to be in the same order. The person who lives in lowermost floor as numbered 1, its above floor numbered 2 and so on till top most floor numbered 7. No two people have scored same percentage.

The person who lives in floor number 6 is a BCA graduate and scored 65%. The person who scored 80% in academy is living in floor 4. The B.Ed graduate has scored 70% in the academy. The person who lives in lowermost floor is a B.Com graduate. Only two people live between BA and BBA graduate. The person who is a BA graduate lives one of the floors below the person who is the BBA graduate. The person who is an B.Ed graduate lives neither in floor number 3 nor in floor number 2. Only two people live between B.Ed graduate and BE graduate. The person who is a B.Sc graduate has scored 5% marks more than B.Ed graduate. The person who lives immediately below BA graduate has scored 1% less than BE graduate. The person who lives in floor number 5 scored 7% less than the person who lives in floor number 7. B.Com graduate has scored more than BBA graduate, but not more than BE graduate. The difference of percentage of B.Sc and BA graduate is 10%. The BE graduate has not scored maximum mark.

11) What is the percentage scored by the person who lives in floor number 5?

a) 60%

b) 63%

c) 70%

d) 77%

e) None of these

12) How many people lives between the person who scored maximum mark and BE graduate?

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) More than three

e) None

13) The person who lives in floor number 5 is graduated in which of the following stream?

a) BE

b) B.Ed

c) B.Sc

d) BBA

e) None of these

14) The person who scored maximum marks lives in which of the following floor?

a) Floor number 3

b) Floor number 4

c) Floor number 6

d) Floor number 2

e) Floor number 7

15) How many people lives above the person who is a B.Ed graduate?

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) More than three

e) None

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

A stands 5m south of D. E stands 2m west of C. F stands 1m west of G. H stands 5m south of G. B stands 1m east of D. E stands 2m south of B. C stands 2m south of F.

16) What is the distance between A and H?

a) 4m

b) 3m

c) 5m

d) 8m

e) None of these

17) What is the shortest distance between A and G?

a) √37

b) √41

c) √35

d) √93

e) None of these

18) If W stands 3m south of C, then in which direction does W stands with respect to A?

a) North

b) South

c) East

d) West

e) None of these

Direction (19-20):  Read the given information carefully answer the questions given below.

Seven people A, C, D, J, P, K and V are in the family. P is the son of D, who is the sister of C. A is the sister of K. V is the mother of A. J is the granddaughter of V. A and C are married couples. V has only one son. J is not a daughter of K.

19) How is J related to P?

a) Cousin

b) Brother

c) Sister

d) Niece

e) None of these

20) How is K related to J?

a) Niece

b) Nephew

c) Aunt

d) Uncle

e) None of these

Answers:

Direction (1-5):

i). Only two people sit between F and G.

ii). Only one person sit between G and E.

iii). G and H are not immediate neighbours.

iv). Only two people sit between C and H, who sits second to the left of F.

v). B sits second to the right of A.

vi). B is not an immediate neighbour of C.

vii). E is not an immediate neighbour of A.

1) Answer: c)

2) Answer: d)

3) Answer: d)

4) Answer: e)

5) Answer: a)

Direction (6-10):

Input: goodwill inane made appoint bat improving delegation

Step 1: bat goodwill inane made appoint improving delegation

Step 2: made bat goodwill inane appoint improving delegation

Step 3: inane made bat goodwill appoint improving delegation

Step 4: appoint inane made bat goodwill improving delegation

Step 5: goodwill appoint inane made bat improving delegation

Step 6: improving goodwill appoint inane made bat delegation

Step 7: delegation improving goodwill appoint inane made bat

Logic:

The words should be arranged in descending order from left to right based on number of letters in the word.

6) Answer: d)

7) Answer: b)

8) Answer: a)

9) Answer: e)

Step 6: improving goodwill appoint inane made bat delegation

10) Answer: b)

delegation improving goodwill appoint inane made bat

Direction (11-15):

i). The person who lives in floor number 6 is a BCA graduate and scored 65%.

ii). The person who scored 80% in academy is living in floor 4.

iii). The B.Ed graduate has scored 70% in the academy.

iv). The person who lives in lowermost floor is a B.Com graduate.

v). Only two people live between BA and BBA graduate.

vi). The person who is a BA graduate lives one of the floors below the person who is the BBA graduate.

vii). The person who is an B.Ed graduate lives neither in floor number 3 nor in floor number 2.

viii). Only two people live between B.Ed graduate and BE graduate.

ix). The person who is a B.Sc graduate has scored 5% more than B.Ed graduate.

x). The person who lives immediately below BA graduate has scored 1% less than BE graduate.

xi). The person who lives in floor number 5 scored 7% less than the person who lives in floor number 7.

xii). B.Com graduate has scored more than BBA graduate, but not more than BE graduate.

xiii). The difference of percentage of B.Sc and BA graduate is 10%.

xiv).The BE graduate has not scored maximum mark.

Case(i) –> does not follow condition (xii)

11) Answer: b)

12) Answer:  a)

13) Answer: d)

14) Answer: d)

15) Answer: e)

Direction (16-18): 

16) Answer: a)

17) Answer: b)

18) Answer: c)

Direction (19-20): 

19) Answer: a)

20) Answer: d)

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