## REASONING QUIZ- 86 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

REASONING QUIZ- 86 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK
DIRECTIONS (1 - 5): EACH QUESTION BELOW IS FOLLOWED BY TWO STATEMENTS I AND II. YOU ARE TO DETERMINE WHETHER THE DATA GIVEN IN THE STATEMENT IS SUFFICIENT TO ANSWER THE QUESTION.
Give answer (a) if you cannot get the answer from the statements I and II together, but need even more data.
Give answer (b) if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement II alone is not sufficient.
Give answer (c) if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement I alone is not sufficient.
Give answer (d) if both statements I and II together are needed to answer the question
Give answer (e). if either the statement I alone or the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.

Q1. HOW IS G RELATED TO M?
I. M is the brother of T, who is the daughter of G.
II. E is the husband of G.

Q2. IN A ROW OF BOYS FACING NORTH, WHAT IS B’S POSITION FROM THE LEFT END?
I. B is twentieth from the right end.
II. There are Nine boys between D and B.

Q3. IN A ROW OF 45 STUDENTS FACING NORTH, HOW MANY STUDENTS ARE THERE BETWEEN A AND B?
I. B’s position in the row is 17th from the right end.
II. A’s position in the row is 4th from the left end.

Q4. HOW FAR IS P FROM THE STARTING POINT?
I. P moves 6 km. towards East, then 3 km. towards left, 11 km, towards right and finally. 3 km, towards right and stops
II. P moves 3 km. towards East, then 3 km. towards right, 12 km, towards left and finally, 1 km. towards left and stops.

Q5. ON WHICH MONTH OF THE YEAR WAS KAVYA BORN?
I. Her mother correctly remembers that Kavya was born after July and before october.
II. Her father correctly remembers that she was born after April and before September.

## QUANT QUIZ-54 FOR IBPS CLERK & PO

QUANT QUIZ-54  FOR IBPS CLERK & PO
Directions (q. Nos.1-5) in the following pie-charts, the percentage wise distribution of candidates who have applied for different subjects in a college and that of selected candidates has been given. Read the following pie-charts to answer the questions given below.
Percentage of candidates applied Number of candidates = 88000

Percentage of candidates qualified Number of candidates = 14400

1. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO GOT SELECTED IN SCIENCE AND THE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO APPLIED FOR THE SAME ?
(a) 15904
(b) 14904
(c) 15940
(d) 16940
(e) None of these

2. WHAT IS THE SUM OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO APPLIED FOR ARTS AND THE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO GOT SELECTED IN MATHS AND ENGLISH BOTH ?
(a) 19432
(b) 20432
(c) 20342
(d) 19433
(e) None of these

3. WHAT IS THE RATIO BETWEEN THE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES, WHO QUALIFIED IN ARTS AND COMMERCE TOGETHER AND THE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO QUALIFIED IN ENGLISH AND SCIENCE ?
(a) 17 : 25
(b) 17 : 29
(c) 17 : 26
(d) 29 : 17
(e) None of the above

4. WHAT PER CENT OF CANDIDATES QUALIFIED IN ENGLISH OF THE TOTAL CANDIDATES APPLIED FOR THE SAME?
(a) 15
(b) 16
(c) 17
(d) 19
(e) 22

5. FIND THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO GOT SELECTED FOR ENGLISH, SCIENCE AND ARTS.
(a) 3618
(b) 3682
(c) 3628
(d) 3268
(e) 3168

## REASONING QUIZ- 85 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

REASONING QUIZ- 85 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK
DIRECTIONS (Q. NOS. 1-6) IN EACH QUESTION BELOW ARE TWO OR THREE STATEMENTS FOLLOWED BY TWO CONCLUSIONS NUMBERED I AND II. YOU HAVE TO TAKE THE THREE GIVEN STATEMENTS TO BE TRUE EVEN IF THEY SEEM TO BE AT VARIANCE FROM COMMONLY KNOWN FACTS AND THEN DECIDE WHICH OF THE GIVEN CONCLUSIONS LOGICALLY FOLLOWS FROM THE THREE GIVEN STATEMENTS DISREGARDING COMMONLY KNOWN FACTS. THEN, DECIDE WHICH OF THE ANSWER (A), (B), (C), (D) AND (E) IS THE CORRECT ANSWER.
Q1.STATEMENTS
All races are sprints.
Some races are contests.
CONCLUSIONS
Some contests are sprints.
II. Al contests are sprints.
a) Either conclusion I or II is true
b) Only conclusion II is true
c) Both conclusions I and II are true
d) Only conclusion I is true
e) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

Q2. STATEMENTS
No bank is a locker.
All banks are stores.
No store is a panel.
CONCLUSIONS
I. No store is a locker.
II. No panel is a bank.
a) Only conclusion II is true
b) Only conclusion I is true
c) Either conclusion I or II is true
d) Both conclusions I and II are true
e) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

Q3. STATEMENTS
Some strikes are hits.
No strike is a raid.
All attacks are raids.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Some hits are definitely not raids.
II. All hits being strikes is a possibility.
a) Neither conclusion I nor II is true
b) Either conclusion I or II is true
c) Both conclusions I and II are true
d) Only conclusion I is true
e) Only conclusion II is true

Q4. STATEMENTS
All terms are symbols.
Some equations are formulae.
All equations are terms.
CONCLUSIONS
I. No symbol is a formula.
II. All equations are symbols.
a) Neither conclusion I nor II is true
b) Only conclusion I is true
c) Either conclusion I or II is true
d) Both conclusions I and II are true
e) Only conclusion II is true

Q5. STATEMENTS
No strike is a raid.
All attacks are raids.
Some strikes are hits.
CONCLUSION
I. All attacks being hits is a possibility.
II. No attack is a strike.
a) Both conclusions I and II are true
b) Only conclusion I is true
c) Only conclusion II is true
d) Either conclusion I or II is true
e) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

## QUANT QUIZ-53 FOR IBPS CLERK & PO

QUANT QUIZ-53  FOR IBPS CLERK & PO
DIRECTIONS: EACH OF THE QUESTIONS GIVEN BELOW CONSISTS OF A QUESTION AND THREE STATEMENTS NUMBERED (A), (B) AND (C). YOU HAVE TO DECIDE WHETHER THE DATA PROVIDED IN THE STATEMENTS ARE SUFFICIENT TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS. READ  THE STATEMENTS AND GIVE ANSWER:-

1. WHAT IS THE PRESENT AGE OF KUNAL?
(A) Kunal's present age is 2/11th of her father's age.
(B) Kunal is older than her sister by 6 years.
(C) After four years, Kunal's age will be 1/4th of her father's at that time.
1) All (A), (B) and (C)
2) Both (A) and (C)
3) Both (A) and (B)
4) Only (B)
5) Both (B) and (C)

2. WHAT IS THE AREA OF THE GIVEN RIGHT ANGLE TRIANGLE?
(A) The length of hypotenuse is 18 cm.
(B) Perimeter of triangle is 10 times of its base.
(C) One of the angles of triangle is 45°.
1) Only (B)
2) Both (B) and (C)
3) Both (A) and (C)
4) Only (C)
5) All (A), (B) and (C)

3. IN WHAT TIME WILL THE LEAK EMPTY THE FULL VESSEL?
(A) A pipe can fill the vessel in 10 hrs.
(B) It takes 15 hrs to fill the vessel due to a leak in the bottom.
(C) The capacity of vessel is 1050 liters.
1) Both (A) and (C)
2) Both (B) and (C)
3) Only (B)
4) Both (A) and (B)
5) None

4. IN HOW MANY DAYS WILL TEN MEN COMPLETE A TASK?
(A) Two men, Four children and three women can together complete the task in ten days.
(B) Six women complete the task in 20 days.
(C) Eight men can complete the task in 25 days.
1) Both (B) and (C)
2) Only (C)
3) Only (A)
4) All (A), (B) and (C)
5) Both (A) and (C)

5. WHAT IS THE AGE OF PRINCIPAL?
(A) There are 20 students in a class.
(B) The average age of students and Principal is 15 years.
(C) The average of 20 students is 3 less than the average age of 20 students and Principal.
1) Both (A) and (C)
2) Both (A) and (B)
3) All (A), (B) and (C)
4) None
5) Both (B) and (C)

## DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS 6 DEC. 2016

DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS 6 DEC

1. International Volunteer Day – 5 December
i. The International Volunteer Day was observed across the world with the theme Global Applause– give volunteers a hand.
ii. This year's theme recognizes the volunteers worldwide and their efforts in making peace and sustainable development a reality.
iii. The Day was designated in 1985 by the United Nations as an international observance day to celebrate the power and potential of volunteerism.

2. World Soil Day 2016 – 5 December
i. The World Soil Day was observed at the Food and Agriculture Organization headquarters in Rome.
ii. The theme for the WSD is “Soils and pulses, a symbiosis for life.”
iii. The year 2016 was declared as the International Year of Pulses by 68th UN General Assembly.

3. The 6th Ministerial Conference of Heart of Asia
i. The 6th Ministerial Conference of the Heart of Asia - Istanbul Process concluded on after adopting the Amritsar Declaration. The declaration recognised terrorism as the biggest threat to peace and demands an immediate end to all forms of terrorism.
ii. The Conference was co-chaired by Arun Jaitley, Union Finance Minister and Salahuddin Rabbani, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
iii. The Sixth Ministerial Conference was inaugurated by Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, President of Afghanistan and Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India.

4. RBI to issue new Rs 50 & Rs 20 currency notes
i . The Reserve Bank of India announced to issue Rs 50 and Rs 20 denomination banknotes.
ii. The old Rs 50 and Rs 20 notes will also continue to be legal tender.
Features of Rs 50 denomination banknotes
• These notes of the Mahatma Gandhi Series-2005 will not have inset letter in both the number panels.
• It will bear the signature of Dr Urjit R Patel, Governor of Reserve Bank of India.
• The year of printing that is '2016' will be printed on the reverse of the banknote.
Features of Rs 20 denomination banknotes
• The new Rs 20 denomination currency notes will be printed with inset letter ‘L’ in both the number panels.
• It will bear the signature of Dr Urjit R Patel, Governor of Reserve Bank of India.
• The year of printing '2016' will be printed on the backside of the banknote.

## DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS: 4TH DEC 2016

DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS: 4TH DEC 2016
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1. DELHI AIRPORT WORLD'S 22ND MOST CONNECTED
i. The Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi is the 22nd most connected airport in the world, according to air travel intelligence company OAG.
ii. Mumbai Airport has been ranked 28th,
iii. The index is topped by Chicago Airport in the United States.

2. LEBRON NAMED SPORTS ILUSTRATED'S SPORTSPERSON OF THE YEAR
i. Basketball player LeBron James has been chosen as the Sports Illustrated's Sportsperson of the Year.
ii. He became the second athlete ever to win the award twice.

3. SPANISH CITY CHANGES NAME FOR THIRD TIME IN A DECADE
i. A Spanish city has changed its name for the third time in a decade, renaming itself Palma from Palma de Mallorca.
ii. The city was renamed Palma in 2008, but its name was changed to Palma de Mallorca in 2012.

## DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS: 3rd DEC. 2016

DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS: 3RD DEC 2016
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1. HAILAKHANDI FIRST IN ASSAM TO PAY TEA WORKERS VIA BANK ACCOUNT
i. Hailakandi has become the first district in Assam to pay wages to tea garden workers through individual bank accounts.
ii. The state has set december 15 as deadline for cashless transactions to the plantation workers.

2. INDIA TO TRAIN QATAR POLICE TO HOST FIFA WORLD CUP 2022
i. India will train Qatar police for handling the security during the FIFA World Cup 2022 scheduled to be held in that country.
ii. The training arrangement was agreed upon during a meeting between Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Abdullah Bin Nasser Bin Khalifa Al Thani and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi.

3. HEART OF ASIA' CONFERENCE HAS KICKED OFF IN AMRITSAR
i. The sixth 'Heart of Asia' ministerial conference has started in n Amritsar, Punjab .
ii. The main aim is to discuss peace, cooperation and economic development in Afghanistan.
iii. Delegates from nearly 40 countries will participate in the conference organised on the theme 'Addressing Challenges, Achieving Prosperity'.
iv. The main conference has been inaugurated jointly by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani.