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“20-20” Reasoning Questions | Crack Dena bank 2018 Day-92

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

Twelve persons are sitting in a two parallel row, Row 1 and Row 2.  I, J, S, M, R, and P are sitting in row 1 facing south. O, K, N, L, Q and U are sitting in row 2 facing north. Each of them has different age 54, 29, 35, 24, 27, 49, 58, 33, 32, 28, 21 and 50 but not necessarily in the same order.

J and L are 28 years and 32 years old respectively and the persons sit left of J and L are younger to them and the person sits right of J and L are elder to them. I is younger than J and two persons are sitting between I and the one whose age is 33. Q sits second to the right of L who sits opposite to the one whose age is multiple of 11.K is youngest person and sits at the extreme end of the row. Only two people are younger to L in his row. K sits opposite to the one who is the second eldest person. Two people sit between S and R who sits opposite to the one whose age is 58 years. M doesn’t sit opposite to K. The age of S is square of an odd number. At least two people sits between N and U who doesn’t sit at the extreme end of the row. R is younger than U but elder than I. N’s age is not a multiple of 7.

1) Which of the following is the age of R?

  1. 24 years
  2. 27 years
  3. 29 years
  4. 50 years
  5. 54 years

2) Which of the following person sits second to the right of O?

  1. The one who is 58 years old
  2. The one who is immediate right of N
  3. U
  4. The one who is 50 years old
  5. Both (b) and (d)

3) Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct?

i) M is an immediate neighbour of J

ii) S sits opposite to the one who is 29 years old

iii)  O is 50 years old

  1. only i and iii
  2. only ii and iii
  3. only iii
  4. only ii
  5. None of the above

4)  Four of the five among the following are similar in such a way to form a group, which of the following doesn’t belong to the group?

  1. M
  2. P
  3. S
  4. N
  5. K

5) What is the sum of ages of R and N?

  1. 87 years
  2. 70 years
  3. 65 years
  4. 77 years
  5. None of these

 

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

a). Only Statement I is sufficient to answer.

b). Only Statement II is sufficient to answer.

c). Either Statement I or Statement II were sufficient to answer.

d). Neither Statement I nor Statement II was sufficient to answer.

e). Both Statement I and Statement II were sufficient to answer.

 

6). A, B, C, D, E and F are six persons sitting in the circular table facing towards centre. Who among the following person sits second to the right of C?

Statement I: only one person sits between A and C. Only one person sits between A and F.

Statement II: B is not an immediate neighbour of A. D is not an immediate neighbour of C. E does not sit immediate left of A.

7). If a week started from Monday to Sunday, Then, on which day does Aadarsh took leave?

Statement I: Arun knows that Aadarsh didn’t took leave on the first day of the week. Anuj said, that Aadarsh was leave on neither Wednesday nor on Friday.

Statement II: Manju knows that Aadarsh took leave either on Saturday or Sunday. Deepak know than Aadarsh was present at last day of the week

8). In the month of April, on which date do Shalini born?

Statement I: Shalini was born in the prime number date within the last ten days of the month. Shalini was not born before 25th of the month.

Statement II: Shalini was born in the prime numbered date. Aniruth, who born on 23rd April was elder to Shalini.

9). P, Q, R, S, T and U are six members in the group, who among the following was tallest in the group?

Statement I: P was taller than U. Q was taller than T. S was taller than only two persons.

Statement II: U was shorter than S. T was taller than U. P was shorter than R.

10). What is the rank of Amir in the class?

Statement I: Amir ranked 4 ranks more than Anuj. Amir ranked 20th from the top among the boys of the class alone. Amir ranked 40th from the bottom in the whole class.

Statement II: There are 100 students in the class.  

 

(Directions 11–15) Study the following information carefully and answer the below questions.

There are six people- P, O, I, U, Y and T lives in different floors of an eight-storey building but not necessarily in same order. Lowermost floor of building is numbered 1, one above that is numbered 2 and so on. Each has different number of Bitcoins which is a prime number between 50 and 75.

I lives in an odd numbered floor immediately below the one who has 6 Bitcoins more than I. The difference between the number of Bitcoins in the lowermost and topmost floor is divisible by 10. Only one person lives between O and T. O lives in even numbered floor but not 2. The number of people living in floors above O is as same as the number of people living in floors below P and the difference between their Bitcoins is 14. Y lives in 7th floor. T has 6 Bitcoins less than Y. There are two vacant floors and the difference between their floor numbers is 3. T has either 3rd least or 3rd highest number of Bitcoins. U lives at one of the positions below T.

11) Who among the following has least number of Bitcoins?

a) Y

b) O

c) I

d) P

e) None of the above

12) Which among the following are vacant floors?

a) Floor 8 – Floor 3

b) Floor 6 – Floor 4

c) Floor 6 – Floor 3

d) Floor 5 – Floor 2

e) Floor 4 – Floor 2

13) How many Bitcoins does U have?

a) 59 Bitcoins

b) 61 Bitcoins

c) 71 Bitcoins

d) 53 Bitcoins

e) 73 Bitcoins

14) How many floors are there between the floor where O and Y lives?

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) More than Three

e) None

15) Who owns the second least number of Bitcoins?

a) Y

b) P

c) I

d) U

e) O

 

Direction (16-18): In each of the following questions, two statements numbered I and II are given. There may be cause and effect relationship between the two statements. These two statements may be the effect of the same cause or independent causes. These statements may be independent causes without having any relationship. Read both the statements in each question and mark your answer as

A). If statement I is the cause and statement II is its effect;

B). If statement II is the cause and statement I is its effect;

C). If both the statements I and II are independent causes;

D). If both the statements I and II are effects of independent causes;

E). If both the statements I and II are effects of some common cause.

16).

Statement I: All the payments bank is urging to finish the KYC process of their entire customer through the third parties.

Statement II: RBI has instructed all banks to complete KYC process. As, It imposed a penalty for the banks, which doesn’t follow the procedures.

17).

Statement I: Kerala government has made vaccination compulsory for school admissions from next academic year. Parents will have to show details of shots given to children at the time of enrolment in schools.

Statement II: Kerala health ministry has decided to decrease the infant mortality rate and has taken many measures to improve children health.

18).

Statement I: Girls in rural areas were not able to afford sanitary pads which created many health issues among the majority of poor girls

Statement II: The Maharashtra government has announced a scheme under which a packet of sanitary pads will be made available to seven lakh girls from government schools in rural parts for Rs.5.

 

Direction (19-20): Each question given below consists of a statement, followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a ‘strong’ argument is and which is a ‘weak’ argument.

Give answer:

A). If only argument I is strong

B). If only argument II is strong

C). If either I or II is strong

D). If neither I nor II is strong

E). If both I and II are strong.

 

19).

Statement: Digital payments startup, Paytm is launching its own credit rating product called ‘Paytm Score’, according to reports.

Argument I:  Paytm’s credit rating product was the only credit rating product in India. No other Credit rating product ever emerged before.

Argument II: Paytm never has such a credit rating product before; it used some other credit rating product to check the credit rating of the customers.

20).

Statement: Users of prepaid payment instruments (PPI) such as mobile wallets will have to complete the KYC requirements before February 28 as the Reserve Bank of India has refused to extend the deadline.

Argument I: RBI was the central bank of India, It is the independent organization around the county and has the rights to overlook India’s money laundering and Money flow around the country.

Argument II: Reserve Bank will not allow the new customers to proceed with KYC process after the month of February. So, no new customers can joint in PPI after the month of February.

 

Answers:

Direction (1-5):

Explanation:

  • I, J, S, M, R, and P are sitting in row 1 facing south.
  • O, K, N, L, Q and U are sitting in row 2 facing north.
  • J and L are 28 years and 32 years old respectively.

NOTE: The persons sit left of J and L are younger to them and the person sits right of J and L are elder to them.

  • K is the youngest person and sits at the extreme end of the row.
  • Only two people are younger to L in his row.
  • Q sits second to the right of L who sits opposite to the one whose age is multiple of 11.
  • I is younger than J and two persons are sitting between I and the one whose age is 33.
  • K sits opposite to the one who is the second eldest person.
  • Two people sit between S and R who sits opposite to the one who is 58 years old. If R sits right of J then he should not sit opposite to the person whose age is 58 years old because of above notes. So R should sit opposite to Q.
  • M doesn’t sit opposite to K. So M should sit opposite to L and P sits opposite to K.
  • The age of S is square of an odd number. So S’s age is 49 years.
  • At least two people sit between N and U who doesn’t sit at the extreme end of the row.

  • Now we don’t know the five persons age i.e., 27, 24, 29, 35, 50.
  • R is younger than U but elder than I. From this statement R’s age is 27 years, I is 24 years and U is 29 years old.
  • N’s age is not a multiple of 7. N age should be greater than 32years. So N’s age is 50 years .and O age is 35 years.

1) b

2) d

3) e (both I and II are correct)

4) e(expect option E all the persons are elder than L and J)

5) d

6) Answer: E

Explanation:

7) Answer: B

Explanation:

Manju said à Saturday or Sunday

Deepakà Not on Sunday

So, we can conclude that Aadarsh was leave on Saturday.

8) Answer: C

Explanation:

From Statement Ià Shalini was born on 29th April

From Statement IIà Shalini was born on 29th April

9) Answer: D

Explanation: From the given statement I and II we cannot fix the exact height of any person.

10) Answer: E

Explanation: From the given statement I and II we can find the exact rank of Amir, (100-40=61st rank in the class from top)

 

(Directions 11–15)

Explanation:

The prime numbers between 50 and 75 are 53, 59, 61, 67, 71 and 73.

There are two vacant floors and the difference between their floor numbers is 3.

The difference between the number of Bitcoins in the lowermost and topmost floor is divisible by 10.

Y lives in 7th floor.

From the above statements we can conclude that vacant floors should be either Floor 6 and 3 (Case (1)) or Floor 5 and 2 (Case (2))

The difference between the number of Bitcoins in the lowermost and topmost floor is divisible by 10.

I lives in an odd numbered floor immediately below the one who has 6 Bitcoins more than I.

I has either 53 or 61 Bitcoins. If I have 53 Bitcoins then the person above it should have 59. If I have 61 Bitcoins then the person above it should have 59.

From the above statement we get

Case (1a), I as 53 Bitcoin holder at 1st floor and taking 6 and 3 as vacant floors.

Case (2a), I as 53 Bitcoin holder at and lowermost floor as the one with 71 Bitcoins. Here we took Floor 5 and 2 as vacant floors.

T has 6 Bitcoins less than Y.

T has either 3rd least or 3rd highest number of Bitcoins.

T must be have 61 or 67 Bitcoins

If T has 61 Bitcoins then Y must have 67 Bitcoins and if T has 67 then Y must have 73 Bitcoins.

Only one person lives between O and T. O lives in even numbered floor but not 2. The number of people living in floors above O is as same as the number of people living in floors below P and the difference between their Bitcoins is 14.

Here we took, as I have 53 Bitcoins. As, the number of people living in floors above O is as same as the number of people living in floors below P and the difference between their Bitcoins is 14. It gets eliminated.

Here we took, as I have 61 Bitcoins. As O lives in even numbered floor.It gets eliminated.

In Case (2a), we take the person with 61 Bitcoins at first floor and as I have 53 Bitcoins. As U live at one of the floors below T. It gets eliminated. So, we can fix that T won’t live at floor numbered 1.

Here all the condition gets satisfied.

11) Answer: c

12) Answer: d

13) Answer: c

14) Answer: e

15) Answer: b

 

Direction (16-18):

16) Answer: B

Explanation: According to the given information, RBI was instructing the Banks to complete KYC process and Payments banks make third parties to finish their customer’s KYC.

17) Answer:  B

Explanation: Kerala health ministry has decided to decrease the infant mortality rate. So, they made vaccination report compulsory for Schools.

18) Answer: A

Explanation: Poor girls in a rural area cannot afford, so Maharashtra government provides sanitary pads at an affordable cost.

Direction (19-20):

19) Answer: B

Explanation: According to the statement, they never mentioned that is the first credit rating product in India, but it is the first own credit rating product for Paytm.

20) Answer: D

Explanation: In Argument I, they explained the duties of RBI. In Argument II, the argument was irrelevant to the given statement. So, neither argument I nor argument II is strong.

 

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