SBI Clerk Mains Reasoning (Day-06)

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Statement and Assumption:

Directions (1-2): In each question below a statement is followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and then decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.

Give answers:

(a) if only assumption I is implicit.

(b) if only assumption II is implicit.

(c) if either assumption I or II is implicit.

(d) if neither assumption I nor II is implicit.

(e) if both assumption I and II are implicit.

1) Statement : The catastrophic impact of monsoon rainfall on several districts of Kerala has come as a grim reminder that the vigil against unpredictable natural disasters must never be relaxed. More than three dozen people have diedand an estimated ₹8,316 crore worth of economic assets have been lost in the seasonal rain, particularly over the past week.

Assumptions:

I) Crucial support has come from the armed forces as well to normalise the situation.

II) All States naturally look to Kerala, with its record of social development, for evolving best practices to handle such natural disasters.

2) Statement: India a popular hub of medical tourism, attracting a large number of foreign patients every year.

Assumptions:

I) Medical treatment in India include reduced costs, the availability of latest medical technologies, and a growing compliance on international quality standards, Doctors trained in western countries including US and UK, as well as English speaking personnel, due to which foreigners are less likely to face language barrier in India.

II) India was “one of the lowest cost and highest quality of all medical tourism destinations, it offers wide variety of procedures at about one-tenth the cost of similar procedures in the United States

Cause and Effect:

Directions (3-5): 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; and

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

3) Statement I: RBI, for the purpose ofForeign Exchange Management Act (FEMA), accords special status to students going abroad for studies. They would be treated as NRIs from the day of their departure from India.

Statement II: He/She must intimate banks about the change in her residential status (under FEMA) before her departure. She can also update her KYC details with mutual fund houses and other financial institutions.

4) Statement I:Noise levels above 80 decibels produce damaging effects to the ear.

Statement II: When ear is exposed to extreme loud noise (above 100 decibels) for a considerable period of time, it can cause irreparable damage and lead to permanent hearing loss.

5) Statement I: RBI, for the purpose ofForeign Exchange Management Act (FEMA), accords special status to students going abroad for studies. They would be treated as NRIs from the day of their departure from India.

Statement II: He/She must intimate banks about the change in her residential status (under FEMA) before her departure. She can also update her KYC details with mutual fund houses and other financial institutions.

Seating Arrangement:

Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Nine persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W and X are sitting in a row facing north. Each one of them has different number of chocolates but not above 12. No two persons have same number of chocolates. Person name starts with consecutive alphabet does not sit next to each other. All the above information is not necessarily in the same order.

Sum of the number of chocolates have by Q and W is equal to S, who has the maximum number of chocolatesbut above 10.Q neither has square number of chocolate nor has even number of chocolate. Three persons sit between Q and S. P sits third to the left of the one who has even number of chocolates above 6 and below 10.P sits left of Q.Two persons sit between R and W. R does not sit at any of the extreme end. Number of persons sits to the left of W is one more than the number of persons sits to the right of T.W has less number of chocolates than Q. Product of number of chocolates have by R and U will be equal to S.Only one person sits between P and Q. V has square number of chocolates. V has more number of chocolates than W. P does not has even number of chocolates.Neither Q nor S sits at any of the extreme end. W has prime number of chocolates. Difference between the number of chocolates between S and U will be equal to the number of chocolates have by T.

6) T has how many number of chocolates?

a) 11

b) 12

c) Cannot be determined

d) 10

e) None of these

7) How many persons sit between the one who has 7 chocolates and U?

a) 1

b) 2

c) 3

d) 4

e) None of these

8) Which of the following combination is true?

a) As many persons sit between P and the one who has 8 chocolates sit between T and the one who has minimum number of chocolates

b) More than three persons sits to the left of X

c) The one who has second minimum number of chocolates sits third to the left of X

d) Both (a) and (c)

e) None is true

9) What is the average number of chocolates have by T, S and W?

a) 10

b) 9

c) 8

d) 5

e) None of these

10) If P is related to 8, X is related to 12, then which of the following is related to 10?

a) R

b) V

c) Q

d) U

e) None of these

Answers :

Directions (1-2) :

1) Answer: E

More than three dozen people have died and an estimated ₹8,316 crore worth of economic assets have been lost in the seasonal rain, particularly over the past week due to continuous rainfall on several districts of kerala.

So, both assumption I and II follows.

2) Answer: E

Both assumption I and II implies that the primary reason that attracts medical value travel to India is cost-effectiveness, and treatment from accredited facilities at par with developed countries at much lower cost.

Directions (3-5) :

3) Answer: A

RBI (under FEMA) accords special status to students going abroad, they would be treated as NRI’s from their departure from India, therefore he/she must intimate the change in her residential status before departure.

So statement I is cause and II is its effect.

4) Answer: E

Both statements are effects of noise pollution.

5) Answer: A

RBI (under FEMA) accords special status to students going abroad, they would be treated as NRI’s from their departure from India, therefore he/she must intimate the change in her residential status before departure.

So statement I is cause and II is its effect.

Directions (6-10):

Sum of the number of chocolates have by Q and W is equal to S, who has the maximum number of chocolates above 10.

So S either has 11 or 12 chocolates.

W has prime number of chocolates. Q neither has square number of chocolate nor has even number of chocolate.

W has 3, 5 or 7 chocolates.

Q + W = S

Q > W

9 + 3 = 12, 7 + 5 = 12, 8 + 3 = 11, 6 + 5 = 11, 4 + 7 = 11

Q neither has square number of chocolate nor has even number of chocolate.

So definitely Q has 7 chocolates, W has 5 chocolates and S has 12 chocolates.

Three persons sit between Q and S. Neither Q nor S sits at any of the extreme end.

P sits third to the left of the one who has even number of chocolates above 6 and below 10. Only one person sits between P and Q. P sits left of Q.

Two persons sit between R and W. R does not sit at any of the extreme end. Number of persons sits to the left of W is one more than the number of persons sits to the right of T.

Case 1: A, Case 2: A and Case 2: B will be dropped because Number of persons sits to the left of W is one more than the number of persons sits to the right of T.

Case 2 : C will be dropped because  R cannot be fixed.

R * U=S (12)

V has square number of chocolates. V has more number of chocolates than W.

V=9.

P + R = V.

Only one case is possible P = 3, R = 6, U = 2

6) Answer: D

7) Answer: B

8) Answer: D

9) Answer: B

10) Answer: D

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