# SBI Clerk Prelims Reasoning Ability Questions 2021 (Day-28)

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Linear arrangement

Direction (1-5): Answer the questions based on the information given below.

Eight persons viz. H, I, J, K, L, M, N and O are standing in a straight line such that all of them are facing towards the north, but not necessarily in the same order. The consecutive alphabetically named person doesnâ€™t stand adjacent to each other.

J stands at one of the ends and only two persons stand between J and L. M stands three persons away from L. K stands to the immediate right of M. Only two persons stand between K and H as well as N and O who doesnâ€™t stand at the ends. The number of persons between I and N is more than the number of persons between I and O.

1) Who among the following person stands at the left end?

A.J

B.N

C.O

D.I

E.None of these

2) How many persons stand between M and N?

A.None

B.One

C.Two

D.Three

E.More than three

3) What is the position of K with respect to L?

A.Second to the left

B.Immediate left

C.Fourth to the right

D.Second to the right

E.None of these

4) The number of persons to the left of M is one more than the number of persons to the right of ___.

A.N

B.J

C.H

D.K

E.None of these

5) Who among the following person stands third to the right of O?

A.J

B.I

C.N

D.H

E.No such person

Year puzzle

Direction (6-10): Answer the questions based on the information given below.

Eight persons viz. A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H were born on eight consecutive years starting from 2003 to 2010, but not necessarily in the same order. The consecutive alphabetically named persons donâ€™t born consecutively.

G was born in a leap year. Only four persons were born between G and D Who was born immediately before F. The number of persons born before F is the same as the number of persons born after A. Only two persons were born between A and B.

6) Who among the following person was born in 2005?

A.E

B.F

C.C

D.H

E.Cannot be determined

7) How many persons were born between B and C?

A.One

B.Two

C.Three

D.More than three

E.None

#### 8) If all the persons were born in alphabetical order, then how many persons remain unchanged in their positions?

A.One

B.Two

C.Three

D.More than three

E.None

9) Who among the following person was born two persons before G?

A.E

B.B

C.F

D.No such person

E.None of these

10) In which of the following year does C was born?

A.2007

B.2009

C.2005

D.2003

E.2010

Direction (1-5):

1) J stands at one of the ends and only two persons stand between J and L.

2) M stands three persons away from L.

3) K stands to the immediate right of M.

4) Only two persons stand between K and H as well as N and O who doesnâ€™t stand at the ends.

5) The number of persons between I and N is more than the number of persons between I and O.

The consecutive alphabetically named person doesnâ€™t stand adjacent to each other. Hence, case 1 gets eliminated.

Direction (6-10):

1) G was born in a leap year. Only four persons were born between G and D Who was born immediately before F.

2) The number of persons born before F is the same as the number of persons born after A. Only two persons were born between A and B.

3) The consecutive alphabetically named persons donâ€™t born consecutively. Hence, case 1 gets eliminated.