# SSC Reasoning Ability Practice Questions (Day-27)

Dear Aspirants, The SSC Exams are going on at national level. Millions of candidates have eagerly prepared for the ongoing SSC exams such as CGL, CHSL, MTS, CPO, JE etc. SSC exams are usually conducted by the Staff Selection Commission to recruit the eligible candidates for various Central government departments. Mostly the selection process for all the SSC exams consists of the single or double phase of written examination based on the examination. Due to that, the written exam consisted of a certain syllabus and exam pattern. By following those regulations, the written exam has been conducted through an online mode. Based on the latest updated exam pattern and syllabus, here we have drafted the Reasoning Ability questions on a daily basis. So aspirants start your practice session with us and mould your skill in a perfect shape.

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1) Aman, Rohit, Suresh, Danish and Alok are arranged in descending order of weight. Aman is third from the top. Alok is between Danish and Aman whileDanish is not at the top. Who is at the top?

(a) Aman

(b) Rohit

(c) Suresh

(d) Cannot be determined

Direction (2-3): In the following question, select the word which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word.

2) Separated

(a) Rate

(b) Repeat

(c) Seat

(d) Pirate

3) Gossiping

(a) Soap

(b) Ping

(c) Going

(d) Gossip

4) In a certain code language, “BLAMED” is written as “DOEGHP” and “DISECT” is written as “VLGWFH”. How is “POLARY” written in that codelanguage?

(a) QPMBSZ

(b) ORSBUD

(c) DBVSRO

(d) KNOCQZ

5) In a certain code language, “HIM-ACE” is written as “21”. How is “SIP-TAG” written in that code language?

(a) 12

(b) 16

(c) 14

(d) 19

6) In the following question, correct the equation by interchanging two numbers.

5 + 3 Ã· 6 Ã— 9 â€“ 2 = 21

(a) 5 and 9

(b) 3 and 6

(c) 6 and 9

(d) 5 and 3

7) If “A” denotes “divided by”, “C” denotes “subtracted from”, “D” denotes “added to” and “B” denotes “multiplied by”, then

15 A 3 D 24 C 12 B 2 = ?

(a) 5

(b) 9

(c) 3

(d) 7

8) If 62 % 22 ^ 32 = 41 and 72 % 52 ^ 22 = 28, then 52 % 32 ^ 12= ?

(a) 17

(b) 22

(c) 13

(d) 26

9) If 6 A 11 B 33 = 18 and 4 A 9 B 18 = 8, then 3 A 5 B 35 = ?

(a) 12

(b) 25

(c) 21

(d) 18

10) In the following question, select the number which can be placed at the sign of question mark (?) from the given alternatives.

(a) 13

(b) 14

(c) 15

(d) 16

1.Â Rohit/Suresh

2.Â Suresh/Rohit

3.Â Aman

4.Â Alok

5.Â Danish

Top position cannot be determined

â€˜Pirateâ€™ ; There is no â€˜iâ€™ in the given word.

Sol. â€˜Soapâ€™ ; There is no â€˜aâ€™ in the given word.

Sol. +3 series

Sol. HIM – ACE

(8 + 9 + 13) â€“ (1 + 3 + 5) = 21

SIP â€“ TAG

(19 + 9 + 16) â€“ (20 + 1 + 7) = 16

5+3Ã·6Ã—9 â€“2=21

5+6Ã·3Ã—9â€“2=21

5+2Ã—9â€“2=21

5+18â€“2=21

23â€“2=21

21=21

15 A 3 D 24 C 12 B 2

â‡’15Ã·3+24-12Ã—2

â‡’5+24-24

â‡’5

62 +Â  32 – 22 = 41

72 +Â  22 -52 = 28

52 + 12 – 32 =17

33/11=3;3Ã—6=18

18/9=2;2Ã—4=8

35/5=7;7Ã—3=21