# Standard Reasoning Questions with Explanation for SBI Clerk 2018 | Day-20

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

Eight boxes M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are kept from top to bottom but not necessarily in the same order. Three boxes are kept between box N and box S. Box N is above box S. Two boxes are between box O and box M. Box O is above box N. Box S is not at the bottom. Box R’s weight is 17kg and two boxes are between box R and box Q. Box R is above box Q. The number of boxes is between box R and box N is same as between box R and the one which weight is 18kg. Box Q is lighter than box R. Box M’s weight is 27kg. Two boxes are between the one which weight is 21kg and the one which weight is 13kg. The one which weight is 21 kg is above the one which weight is 13kg. The one which weight is 13kg is not at the bottom. Box T is heavier than box N and kept above box S. Box Q is 2kg heavier than box P. The sum of the weight of box Q and box T is 39kg. Box O is 5kg lighter than box T.

1. How many boxes are kept between box O and box R?
1. 0
2. 1
3. 2
4. 3
5. 4
1. Which of the following box is at the bottom?
1. Box S
2. Box Q
3. Box T
4. Box N
5. Box P
1. What is the sum of weight of box O and box S?
1. 37kg
2. 36kg
3. 41kg
4. 43kg
5. 39kg
1. How many boxes are kept above box M?
1. 0
2. 1
3. 2
4. 3
5. 4
1. Which of the following combination is correct?
1. Box O=17kg
2. Box T=24kg
3. Box Q=18kg
4. Box P=15kg
5. Box N=23kg

Direction (6-10): Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

X#Y→ P is father of Q

[email protected]→ P is daughter-in-law of Q

X%Y→ P is daughter of Q

X\$Y→ P is husband of Q

X&Y→ P is son of Q

X*Y→ P is sister of Q

1. B\$E
2. G%E
3. [email protected]
4. G*D
5. H\$G
6. A#E
7.  E%C
8. D&B
9. D\$F
1. How is A related to D?
1. Grandmother
2. Father
3. Uncle
4. Grandfather
5. Brother
1. How is G related to B?
1. Son
2. Daughter
3. Niece
4. Nephew
5. Sister
1. How many male members are there in the family?
1. 3
2. 2
3. 4
4. 5
5. 6
1. How is C related to B?
1. Mother-in-law
2. Mother
3. Father-in-law
4. Sister-in-law
5. Aunt
1. How is F related to E?
1. Daughter
2. Son
3. Daughter-in-law
4. Mother-in-law
5. Brother

Direction (1-5)

Three boxes are kept between box N and box S. Box N is above box S. Box S is not at the bottom so we get these cases-

 Position Case 1 Case 2 1 2 N 3 N 4 5 6 S 7 S 8

Two boxes are between box O and box M. Box O is above box N.

 Position Case 1 Case 2 Case 2A 1 O O 2 N O 3 N N 4 M M 5 M 6 S 7 S S 8

Box R’s weight is 17kg and two boxes are between box R and box Q. Box R is above box Q.

 Position Case 1 Case 2 Case 2A Case 2B 1 O R/17 O O 2 N O R/17 3 N N N 4 M Q M M 5 R/17 M Q R/17 6 S 7 S S S 8 Q Q

The number of boxes is between box R and box N is same as between box R and the one which weight is 18kg.

 Position Case 1 Case 2 Case 2A Case 2B 1 O R/17 O/18 O 2 N O R/17 3 N N N 4 M Q M M 5 R/17 M Q R/17 6 S 7 S S S/18 8 Q/18 Q

From this we can say that Case 2 gets rejected. Box Q is lighter than box R then case 1 gets rejected. Only case 2A and 2B is left.

Box M’s weight is 27kg.

Two boxes are between the one which weight is 21kg and the one which weight is 13kg. The one which weight is 21 kg is above the one which weight is 13kg. The one which weight is 13kg is not at the bottom.

 Position Case 2A Case 2B 1 O/18 O 2 R/17 3 N/21 N/21 4 M/27 M/27 5 Q R/17 6 /13 /13 7 S S/18 8 Q

Box T is heavier than box N and kept above box S. In case 2A, box T’s weight must be higher than 21kg so box T must be at the bottom but then box T will be below box S so case 2A gets rejected. In case 2B, box T at the 2nd position and box P’s weight is 13kg.

 Position Case 2B 1 O 2 T 3 N/21 4 M/27 5 R/17 6 P/13 7 S/18 8 Q

Box Q is 2kg heavier than box P so Box Q is 15kg. The sum of the weight of box Q and box T is 39kg then box T is (39-15)=24kg.

Box O is 5kg lighter than box T then box O is (24-5)=19kg.

Here is the final table:

 Position Case 2B 1 O/19 2 T/24 3 N/21 4 M/27 5 R/17 6 P/13 7 S/18 8 Q/15

Three boxes are kept between box O and box R.

Hence, option D.

Box Q is at the bottom.

Hence, option B.

Box O=19kg, Box S=18kg

So, (18+19=37kg).

Hence, option A.

Three boxes are kept above box M.

Hence, option D.

Box T is 24kg.

Hence, option B.

Direction (6-10) A is grandfather of D.

Hence, option D.

G is daughter of B.

Hence, option B.

4 male members are there in the family.

Hence, option C.

C is mother-in-law of B.

Hence, option A. 