Standard Reasoning Questions with Explanation for SBI Clerk 2018 | Day-10

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Direction (1-5): Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Some boxes are kept from top to bottom. Two boxes are between box B and box A. One box is between box A and the Blue box. Box B is above box A. Three boxes are between Blue box and box C which is coloured in Brown. Blue box is above the box C. Two boxes are between C and D which is coloured in Black. Box D is above box C. Box A is below box D. Only two boxes are kept above the Green box. Green box is just below box M. Three boxes are between box M and the White box. One box is between White box and C. One box is between box D and box Q. The number of boxes is above box B is same as below box Q. Box N is coloured in Red and two boxes are between box N and box P. One box is between box O and the Yellow box. The Orange box is above the Silver box.

1). How many boxes are kept?

  1. 7
  2. 6
  3. 9
  4. 8
  5. 10

2). How many boxes are kept between box B and box Q?

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

3). Which of the following combination is correct?

  1. A-Yellow
  2. P-Blue
  3. Q-Silver
  4. O-Orange
  5. A-Silver

4). How many boxes are kept below box C?

  1. 0
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4

5). Which of the following box is kept at the top?

  1. box N
  2. box M
  3. box D
  4. box O
  5. box Q

 

Direction (6-10) In each of the questions below are given some conclusions followed and some statements are given. You have to take the given conclusions to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide from which of the statements given definitely true.

6). Conclusions:

Some digits are not papers.

All words are books.

Statements:

  1. All digits are books. Some books are papers. No paper is a word.
  2. All books are papers. Some papers are words. No word is a digit.
  3. All words are digits. All digits are books. No word is a paper.
  4. Some digits are words. All words are books. Some books are papers.
  5. None of these
  1. Statement I follow
  2. Statement II follows
  3. Statement III follows
  4. Statement IV follows
  5. None of these

 

7). Conclusions:

No coat is a shirt.

Some calls are texts.

Statements:

  1. All calls are texts. All shirts are texts. No text is a coat.
  2. All shirts are coats. Some coats are calls. No call is a text.
  3. III. No coat is a call. Some calls are shirts. All shirts are texts.
  4. All shirts are calls. All calls are coats. No coat is a text.
  5. None of these
  1. Statement I follow
  2. Statement II follows
  3. Statement III follows
  4. Statement IV follows
  5. None of these

 

8). Conclusions:

All doors can never be chairs.

No shoe is a chair.

Statements:

  1. All doors are shoes. Some shoes are chairs. All chairs are pencils.
  2. No chair is a shoe. All shoes are doors. Some doors are pencils.
  3. All doors are chairs. No chair is shoe. All shoes are pencils.
  4. All shoes are chairs. All chairs are doors. No door is a pencil.
  5. None of these
  1. Statement I follow
  2. Statement II follows
  3. Statement III follows
  4. Statement IV follows
  5. None of these

 

9). Conclusions:

No bike is a car.

Some cars are not trains.

Statements:

  1. All cars are bikes. No bike is a train. All trains are trucks.
  2. No car is a truck. All trucks are bikes. Some bikes are trains.
  3. All trucks are cars. No car is a bike. No truck is a train.
  4. All bikes are trains. Some trains are cars. No car is a truck.
  5. None of these
  1. Statement I follow
  2. Statement II follows
  3. Statement III follows
  4. Statement IV follows
  5. None of these

 

10). Conclusions:

All movies are shows.

No show is a video.

Statements:

  1. No show is a song. All videos are songs. All songs are movies.
  2. All videos are songs. No song is a show. All shows are movies.
  3. Some movies are shows. All shows are songs. Some songs are videos.
  4. No video is a show. Some shows are songs. No song is a movie.
  5. None of these
  1. Statement I follow
  2. Statement II follows
  3. Statement III follows
  4. Statement IV follows
  5. None of these

Explanations:

Directions (Q. 1-5):

Two boxes are between box B and box A. Box B is above box A. One box is between box A and the Blue box.

Three boxes are between Blue box and box C which is coloured in Brown. Blue box is above the box C. Two boxes are between C and D which is coloured in Black. Box D is above box C.

Box A is below box D. So case 1 gets rejected. One box is between White box and C. Three boxes are between box M and the White box. Green box is just below box M. Only two boxes are kept above the Green box.

One box is between box D and box Q. The number of boxes is above box B is same as below box Q. So two boxes are below box Q now total 9 boxes are kept.

Box N is coloured in Red and two boxes are between box N and box P so box N is at the top and box P is Blue. One box is between box O and the Yellow box. So box O is at the bottom and box Q is Yellow. The Orange box is above the Silver box. So box M is Orange and box O is Silver.

Here is the final table:

Box Name Color
N Red
M Orange
B Green
P Blue
D Black
A White
Q Yellow
C Brown
O Silver

 

1).  Answer: C

Total 9 boxes are kept.

Hence, option C.

  1. Answer: C

Three boxes are kept between them.

Hence, option C.

  1. Answer: B

P is Blue box.

Hence, option B.

  1. Answer: B

Only one box is kept below box C.

Hence, option B.

  1. Answer: A

Box N is at the top.

Hence, option A.

 

  1. Answer: C

Statement III,

Hence, option C.

 

  1. Answer: A

Statement I,

Hence, option A.

 

  1. Answer: B

Statement II,

Hence, option B.

 

  1. Answer: C

Statement III,

Hence, option C.

 

  1. Answer: B

Statement II,

Hence, option B.

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