 # Reasoning Question For SSC And IBPS Exam 2015

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## Reasoning Question For SSC And IBPS Exam 2015

Directions: – In each of these questions a group of letters is given followed by four combinations of digit/symbol numbered (1),(2),(3)and (4). Letters are to be coded as per the scheme and conditions given below. You have to find out the serial number of the combination, which represents the letter group. A serial number of that combination is your answer.If none of the combination is correct, your answer is (5) ie. ‘None of these’.

Letters:        E  Y R  M  A  T  V  W  D O N  S  Z  Q  C  F

9  #  1   /    3  7   %  =   8  +  *  4  @  5  ©  2

Conditions:

(I) If the first letter is a consonant and the last a vowel, both are to be coded as the code for the consonant.

(II) If the second letter is a vowel and the last a  consonant, both the code for the second and the last letters are to be interchanged.

(III) If  more than three Consonants are there in the group of letters, all consonants are to be coded as @.

Q 1.  RWTAON

 1 . 1 = 7 3 + * 2 . */+=1 3 3 .  3+@@@! 4  . @@@3+@ 5 .  None of these

Q 2. MAQRY

 1 .  /3 5 1 # 2 . /#513 3 .  5#3/1 4  . 35/#1 5 .  None of these

Q 3. TENWO

 1 .+*977 2 .  779=* 3 .  79*=+ 4  . 79*=7 5 .  None of these

Q 4.RVOCA

Q 5. ZOFAW

 1 . @+2#= 2. @=23+ 3 . @=32+ 4.  +@#32 5 .  None of these

# Click On:  Q 6 A man walks 3 Km to the North, then turn West and walks 4 Km. Then he turn to his right and walks 3 km.Then he turns East and walks 6 Km. Finally, he turns to his right and walks 2 Km.

Q 6. In which direction is he from the starting point?

 1 . North-East 2. North 3 . South-West 4.  West 5 .  None of these

Q 7 In which direction the man facing?

 1 . East 2. North 3 . South 4.  West 5 .  None of these

Q 8. How many Km was he covered to reach the last point?

 1 . 16 2. 15 3 . 18 4.  19 5 .  None of these

Q9 to 10. Sunil walked 50 m towards South, took a right turn and walked 30 m. Sunil again took a right turn and walked 60 m.

Q 9 In which direction the man facing?

 1 . East 2. North 3 . South 4.  West 5 .  None of these

Q 10. In which direction is he from the starting point?

 1 . North-East 2. North-West 3 . South-West 4.  West 5 .  None of these

Q 11 to 15  In a certain code language ‘Re Ke Me’ means ‘We Play Match’, ‘Ye We Me’ means ‘Never Play Game’, ‘Re We’ means  ‘We Naver’ and ‘De Se Ke’ means  ‘Cricket Match Ground’ and ‘Pe De Me Ze Ke’ means ‘They Not play Cricket Match’ and ‘Ze We Me’ means ‘They Never Play’

Q 11What should stand for ‘Game’ in that code language?

 1 .  Re 2.    We 3 .  Me 4.   Ye 5 .  None of these

Q 12 What should stand for ‘We Not Play’  in that code language?

 1 .  Re Pe Me 2.    We Pe Re 3 .  Me Se Re 4.   Ze We Me 5 .  None of these

Q 13 What should stand for ‘Cricket ‘ in that code language?

 1 .  Ke 2.   De pe 3 .  De 4.   Either De or Ke 5 .  None of these

Q 14 How will ‘Never’ be written in that code language?

 1 .  Me 2.    Re 3 .   Se 4.    We 5 .  None of these

Q 15 How will ‘ We not play Game Cricket ‘ be written in that code language?

 1 . De Ye Re Pe Me 2.   De  We Pe Re Ye 3 . Pe  Me Se Re De 4.   Ze We Me Re Pe 5 .  None of these

Q.16 .  STATEMENT :

Y>T>D<M<Z, D≤Q≥R

CONCLUSION :

1 . Z>D

2. D>R

 A.Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q.17 .  STATEMENT :

Y>T>D<M<Z, D≤Q≥R

CONCLUSION :

1 . Q>D

2.  D=Q

 A.Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true C. Either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q.18 .  STATEMENT :

J ≤H ≥ M >R <V ≤P,E >W=R ≥L=S

CONCLUSION :

1 . E>S

2. V>M

 A. Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q.19 .  STATEMENT :

J ≤H ≥ M >R <V ≤P,E >W=R ≥L=S

CONCLUSION :

1 .P >R

2. R=P

 A. Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q.20 .  STATEMENT :

P>D<M<J, I=A <T >U

CONCLUSION :

1 . T>I

2. P>J

 A.Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q.21 .  STATEMENT :

P>D<M<J, I=A <T >U

CONCLUSION :

1 . I >U

2. J<D

 A. Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q.22 .  STATEMENT :

A>B>C<D<E, V <N =C ≤ G≤T

CONCLUSION:

1 . T>V

2.B>V

 A. Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q.23 .  STATEMENT :

A>B>C<D<E, V <N =C ≤ G≤T

CONCLUSION :

1 . E>A

2.E>N

 A. Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q.24 .  STATEMENT :

Z<R≤ P>K≤L =O<W=Q<M

CONCLUSION :

1 . L<M

2. O>R

 A. Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q.25 .  STATEMENT :

Z<R≤ P>K≤L =O<W=Q<M

CONCLUSION :

1 . P>Z

2. Q>K

 A. Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true E.  Both 1 and 2 are true