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# RRB PO Prelims Reasoning (Day-19)

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IBPS RRB PO Prelims

Inequality

Direction (1-5): In each of the following questions some statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements. Give answer as

A) Only conclusion I follows

B) Only conclusion II follows

C) Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

D) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

E) Both conclusion I and conclusion II follows

1) Statements:

A > B < C; D < E > B; D = F ≤ G

Conclusions:

I) A > D

II) A < G

2) Statements:

G ≤ F < I; F ≤  H<  K = L; K ≤  M > N

Conclusions:

I) G > N

II) G < M

3) Statements:

P < Q < R = S; S ≤ K > M;  K ≤  L = O > N

Conclusions:

I) P < N

II) N ≤ P

4) Statements:

I > J ≤ H > L; H <  T  ≥ N;  T <  M  > O

Conclusions:

I) J < M

II) N < M

5) Statements:

W  ≤  X >  Y <  Z;  Y <  A  < C;  A >  F <  G

Conclusions:

I) W < C

II) Y > G

Misc

6) If it is possible to make only one meaningful word from the second, third, fourth, eighth and the last letter of the word PREVALENCE, then the last letter of the word is your answer. If no such word can be formed, Z is your answer and if more than one word can be formed Y is your answer.

A) N

B) R

C) Z

D) Y

E) None of these

Syllogism

Direction (7-10): Read both the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

a)If the Only conclusion I follows.

b)If Only conclusion II follows.

c)If either conclusion I or II follows.

d)If Neither conclusion I nor II follows.

e)If both conclusions I and II follow.

7) Statements:

Only a few reds are black.

No black is blue.

No green is red.

Conclusions:

I). All red can never be blue.

II). Some greens are black.

8) Statements:

All books are copies.

Only a few copies are papers.

Only a few trees are papers.

Conclusions:

I). Some copies can never be books.

II). At least some trees are copies.

9) Statements:

No mango is apple.

All apples are bananas.

All bananas are grapes.

Conclusions:

I). All bananas can never be mangoes.

II). All mangoes are definitely grapes.

10) Statements:

All sonatas are fastracks.

All fastracks are titans.

Only a few titans are fossils.

Conclusions:

I)No sonata is fossil.

II)All fastracks can be fossils.

Directions (1-5):

A > B < E > D = F  ≤ G

I) A > D (False)

II) A < G (False)

G ≤ F ≤  H< K ≤  M > N

I) G > N (False)

II) G < M (True)

P < Q < R = S ≤ K ≤ L = O > N

I) P < N (False)

II) N ≤ P (False)

Both conclusions does not follow but here the same variables with all three symbols denote either conclusion I or II follows.

J ≤ H < T <M , N ≤ T < M

I) J < M (True)

II) N < M (True)

W  ≤  X >  Y<  A  < C, Y < A> F < G

I) W <  C (False)

II) Y > G (False) Directions (7-10):    