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## Wednesday, February 15, 2017

### REASONING QUIZ-94 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

REASONING QUIZ-94 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK
DIRECTIONS (1-5): STUDY THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS GIVEN BELOW:
Eight family members M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and D are sitting around a square table in such a way that 2 persons sit on each of the 4 sides of the table facing the centre. Members sitting on opposite sides are exactly opposite each other.
Q and N are exactly opposite each other. R is immediately right to N. M and D is sitting on the same side. D is exactly opposite O, who is to the immediate left of P. M is an immediate right of R.

Q1. Which of the following statements is definitely true?
a) S is opposite P
b) R is to the immediate left of N
c) O is immediate right of Q
d) D is sitting opposite M

Q2. Who is sitting opposite M?
a) S
b) R
c) P
d) D

Q3. Who is sitting opposite R?
a) D
b) S
c) P
d) S or P

Q4. Who is immediate right of P?
a) N
b) O
c) M
d) R

Q5. Which of the following pairs of persons has both the persons sitting on the same side with the 1st person sitting to the left of the 2nd  person?
a) Q – S
b) D – M
c) M – Q
d) O – P
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## Monday, January 30, 2017

### REASONING QUIZ- 93 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

REASONING QUIZ- 93 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

Directions (1 – 3): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

T is 2 m to the east if Point S. Point R is 6 m to the north of point S. Point V is 9 m to the east of point R. Point U is 10 m to the south of point V.

Q1. A person starts from point W which is south of point T, goes 5 m towards north and reaches point X, now he takes a right turn and reaches point U. Find the distance XU.

a)       8 m
b)      7 m
c)       5 m
d)      10 m
e)       Cannot be determined

Q2. A person starts from point V and goes 20 m towards west and reaches point Z. Find difference between lengths of RZ and ST.

a)       4 m
b)      7 m
c)       5 m
d)      9 m
e)       None of these

Q3. Point S is in which direction with respect to point V?

a)       North-east
b)      South-West
c)       South-east
d)      North-west

Directions (4-10): Study the following information to answer the given questions:

Eight friends – Kavita, Mohan, Pallavi, Ruby, Awani, Shivam, Laxmi, and Onam, are sitting around a circular table, facing the center, but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them is from different cities of Haryana, viz Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Shimla, Bhopal, Mumbai, Rajkot, Manali, and Kashmir, but not necessarily in the same order.
Shivam sits second to the right of the one who is from Bhopal. The one who is from Manali is an immediate neighbor of the one who is from Bhopal. Two persons sit between Mohan and the one who is from Manali. Pallavi and Awani are immediate neighbors of each other. Neither Pallavi nor Awani is an immediate neighbor of either Mohan or the one who is from Bhopal. The one who is from Shimla sits second to the right of Ruby. Ruby is neither from Bhopal nor Manali. Laxmi and the one who is from Chandigarh are immediate neighbors. Mohan is not from Chandigarh. Only one person sits between Pallavi and one who is from Ludhiana.
Onam sits third to the left of the one who is from Kashmir. The one who is from Rajkot sits second to the left of the one who is from Mumbai.

Q4. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and thus form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

a)       Onam - Chandigarh
b)      Kavita - Bhopal
c)       Ruby - Shimla
d)      Awani - Mumbai
e)       Shivam – Rajkot

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## Sunday, January 29, 2017

### REASONING QUIZ- 92 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

REASONING QUIZ- 92 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

Directions for (1-10). As per given statements, find the correct conclusions which follows according to the given information.

1. Statements:
Some music is sound.
All sounds is good.
No good is dust.

Conclusions:
I. All dust being music is a possibility.
II. All music being good is a possibility.
III. All sound being music is a possibility

1. Only conclusion I does not follow.
2. Only conclusion II does not follow.
3. Only conclusion III does not follow.
4. Both conclusions I and II does not follow.
5. None of these

2. Statements:
Some P is Q.
Some Q is R.
All R is S.
Some S is T.

Conclusions:
I.  Some P is not R is definitely not follow.
II. Some S is R is always true.
III. Some P is S is a possibility.
IV. All Q is T is a possibility.

1. Only II and III follow
2. All follow
3. Only II follows
4. None follows
5. None of these

3. Statements:
Some berry is fruits.
No fruit is a apples.
All apples are sweet.

Conclusions:
I. Some fruits are definitely not sweet.
II. Some apples are not berry.
III. Some berry are not sweet is a possibility.

1. Only conclusion I does not follow.
2. Only conclusion II does not follow.
3. Only conclusion III does not follow.
4. Both conclusions I and III do not follow.
5. None of these.

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### REASONING QUIZ-91 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

REASONING QUIZ-91 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

Directions (1-5): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer

Q1. Statement: F≤N,R≥N,H>R

Conclusions: I. H≥F  II. R=F

(a) If only conclusion I is true.
(b) If neither conclusion I nor II is true
(c) If either conclusion I or II is true.
(d)If only conclusion II is true
(e) If both conclusions I and II are true.

Q2.Statement: M>T,K≤T,N=K

Conclusions: I. N≥M II. T≤N

(a) If both conclusions I and II are true.
(b) If only conclusion II is true
(c) If neither conclusion I nor II is true.
(d) If either conclusion I or II is true.
(e) If only conclusion I is true.

Q3.Statement: T=H,W<H,M≤W

Conclusions: I. T=W  II. H<M

(a) If neither conclusion I nor II is true.
(b) If only conclusion II is true
(c) If either conclusion I or II is true.
(d) If only conclusion I is true.
(e) If both conclusions I and II are true.

Q4.Statement: D=M,L≥P,M>P

Conclusions: I. P<D II. D=P

(a) If only conclusion II is true
(b) If neither conclusion I nor II is true.
(c) If either conclusion I or II is true.
(d) If only conclusion I is true.
(e) If both conclusions I and II are true.

Q5.Statement:J≥B,R=F>T,B<R

Conclusions: I. F>R II. T=B

(a) If either conclusion I or II is true.
(b) If only conclusion II is true
(c) If only conclusion I is true.
(d) If neither conclusion I nor II is true.
(e) If both conclusions I and II are true.

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## Wednesday, January 11, 2017

### REASONING QUIZ- 90 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

REASONING QUIZ- 90 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

DIRECTIONS (1-5): STUDY THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS GIVEN BELOW:

When a word and number arrangement machine is given an input line of words and numbers, it arranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of an input and rearrangement. (All the numbers are two-digit numbers.)

Input:  38 role care 15 25 ball note down 42 45

Step I:  45 38 role care 15 25 note down 42 ball
Step II:  42 45 38 role 15 25 note down ball care
Step III:  38 42 45 role 15 25 note ball care down
Step IV:  25 38 42 45 role 15 ball care down note
Step V:  15 25 38 42 45 ball care down note role
Step VI:  ball care down note role 6 6 7 9 11

And Step VI is the last step of the above arrangement as the intended arrangement is obtained.
As per the rules followed in the given steps, find out the appropriate steps for the given input.

Input:  level establish 56 relation given 48 52 find 37 justify 40 32

Q1. How many steps will be required to complete the arrangement?

(a) Six
(b) Seven
(c) Eight
(d) Nine
(e) None of the above

Q2. In which step are the elements ‘relation 48 52 justify’ found in the same order?

(a) Fourth
(b) Second
(c) Third
(d) The given order of elements is not found in any step.
(e) None of the above

Q3. What is the position of ‘37’ from the left end in the second last step?

(a) Second
(b) Fourth
(c) Third
(d) Sixth
(e) None of the above

Q4. Which element is fourth to the left of the element which is tenth from the left end in the last step?

(a) 4
(b) Level
(c) 10
(d) Relation
(e) None of the above

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### REASONING QUIZ - 89 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

REASONING QUIZ - 89 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

DIRECTIONS (1-5): ANSWER THE QUESTIONS ON THE BASIS OF THE INFORMATION GIVEN BELOW.

There are Seven sportsmen – A, B, C, D, E, F, and G belong to different nations – Russia, China, KOREA, Japan, India, UK and Sri Lanka not necessarily in the same order. They participates in different sports – Kabaddi, Gymnastic, Long Jump, High Jump, Swimming, Boxing and Race but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them won one medals among Gold, Silver and Bronze. At least two persons won each of Gold, Silver and Bronze medals.
E participates in Swimming but neither belongs to UK nor India. D belongs to China but participates neither in Gymnastic nor in Race. Only A and C won the Bronze, but not in Race and also neither of them belong to India. The person belongs to Japan won Silver for Kabaddi. B participates in Long Jump. Neither of the two, F and the person belongs to India participates in Boxing. Only F and the person belongs to China won the Gold. F neither belongs to Sri Lanka nor UK. The person belongs to Russia participates in High Jump and won the bronze but is not A. The person who participates in the race belongs to Korea.

1. WHO AMONG THE FOLLOWING WON THE SILVER?

1.   B
2.   The person belongs to Sri Lanka
3.   The person participates in Race
4.   Both B and the person belongs to Sri Lanka
5.   None of these

2. IN WHICH SPORT DID F PARTICIPATE?

1.   Gymnastic
2.   Boxing
3.   Race
4.   High Jump
5.   Cannot be determined

3. C BELONGS TO WHICH NATION?

1.   UK
2.   Russia
3.   Sri Lanka
4.   China
5.   Japan

4. WHICH AMONG THE FOLLOWING IS CORRECTLY MATCHED?

1.   Swimming - KOREA
2.   Boxing - Sri Lanka
3.   Race - Russia
4.   Long Jump - India
5.   Gymnastic – China

5. WHO AMONG THE FOLLOWING BELONGS TO WON GOLD?

1.   G
2.   The person belongs to India.
3.   The person who participates in High Jump
4.   The person belongs to KOREA
5.   None of these

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## Friday, December 9, 2016

### REASONING QUIZ- 88 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

REASONING QUIZ- 88 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

DIRECTIONS(1-5): STUDY THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY TO ANSWER THE GIVEN QUESTIONS:
Seven persons Amy, Baby, Chris, Dag, Katy, Laina and Nancy are seated in a straight line facing north in ascending order of their salaries. Nancy earns more than Laina and Dag. Nancy earns more than Amy but he does not earn the highest. Amy earns more than Laina. The person who earns the second highest receives a salary of Rs. 38,000 while the third lowest earner receives Rs.26,000.  Katy earns less than Laina but more than Dag. Chris earns Rs. 21,000.

Q1. WHO AMONG THE FOLLOWING EARN(S) MORE THAN RS. 26,000 BUT LESS THAN RS. 38,000?
a) Only Amy
b) Only Laina
c) Amy and Laina
d) Katy and Laina
e) Amy and Nancy

Q2. WHO AMONG THE FOLLOWING MAY EARN RS. 24,000?
a) Katy
b) Dag
c) Laina
d) Chris
e) Nancy

Q3. WHO AMONG THE FOLLOWING EARNS MORE THAN KATY BUT LESS THAN AMY?
a) Chris
b) Nancy
c) Dag
d) Laina
e) Baby

Q4. WHO AMONG THE FOLLOWING EARNS THE HIGHEST?
a) Baby
b) Nancy
c) Amy
d) Laina
e) Katy

Q5. WHO AMONG THE FOLLOWING EARNS RS.38,000?
a) Amy
b) Laina
c) Baby
d) Katy
e) Nancy
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### REASONING QUIZ-87 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

REASONING QUIZ-87 FOR IBPS PO & CLERK

DIRECTIONS (1-5): STUDY THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:

M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are eight friends who went to polling station to give their votes. There were different parties’ names in the EVM namely RJD, Akali Dal, Samajwadi party, Bahujan Samaj Party, Trinamool Congress, Communist Party and Congress Party not necessarily in the same order. All the parties had different symbols namely Pen, Pump, Cup, Broom, Cycle, Lotus and Elephant, but not necessarily in the same order. Each person voted for their favorite party.

·         M voted on symbol cycle.
·         Akali Dal symbol is Cup.
·         T voted for Bahujan Samaj Party.
·         Q voted on Pen.
·         Pump is the symbol of Samajwadi party.
·         N did not vote for any party.
·         Lotus is the symbol of Congress Party.
·         S voted for Congress Party.
·         O voted for the party whose symbol is cup.
·         M and P did not vote for Trinamool Congress and whose party symbol is Broom.
·         P’s favourite party is Communist Party.

Q1. WHAT IS THE SYMBOL OF RJD?
(a) Pump
(b) Cup
(c) Lotus
(d) Cycle
(e) None of these

Q2. Q VOTED FOR WHICH PARTY?
(a) Trinamool Congress
(b) Akali Dal
(c) RJD
(d) Communist Party
(e) None of these

Q3. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING COMBINATIONS IS DEFINITELY CORRECT?
(a) M – Communist Party – Cycle
(b) S – Congress Party– Elephant
(c) O – Akali Dal– Broom
(d) N – RJD– Pen
(e) Q – Trinamool Congress – Pen

Q4. WHICH CANDIDATE VOTED FOR NO ONE?
(a) M
(b) T
(c) N
(d) Q
(e) R

Q5. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING COMBINATIONS IS TRUE ACCORDING TO THE PARTY SYMBOLS?
(a) RJD – Cycle
(b) Bahujan Samaj Party – Broom
(c) Akali Dal – Cup
(d) Congress Party – Lotus
(e) All of these

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## Wednesday, December 7, 2016

### 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.

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### 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
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