Reasoning Questions For IBPS-PO Mains Exam 2015

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Reasoning Questions For IBPS-PO Mains Exam 2015

Q 1 to 5  A word and number rearrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule . Following is an illustration input and rearrangement.

 Input -87 Some cops 52 Never 18 Do 21 Bad 9 

Step ( I ) Some Cops 52 Never 18 Do 21  bad 9 87

Step (II)  Never Some Cops   18 Do 21  bad 9 87  52

Step (III) Do  Never  Some   Cops   18  bad 9 87  52  21

Step (IV ) Cops  Do Never Some  bad   9 87  52  21 18

Step (V)    bad  Cops  Do Never Some   87  52  21 18 9

 Input- 24 the 39 people 11 are 9 doing 7 well

 

Q 1 Which of the following would be the final arrangement?

A   the well people 11 are 9 doing 7 39 24

B    doing people the well are 7 39 24 11 9

C    are doing people the well 39 24 11 9 7
D     people the well are 9 doing 7 39 24 11
E     None of these

Q.2. Which step would be the following output ?

people the well are 9 doing 7 39 24 11

A  IIIrd
B  Vth
C IVth
D  IInd
E  None of these

Q.3. Which of the following will be step IV of the above input ?

A   the well people 11 are 9 doing 7 39 24

B    doing people the well are 7 39 24 11 9

C     are doing people the well 39 24 11 9
D     people the well are 9 doing 7 39 24 11
E     None of these

Q.4. Which word is 6th from the right in step II ?

A. are B. 9
C.  doing D.  11
E.  None of these

Q.5. Which word or number  is 5th from the left  in step III ?

A. 9 B. are
C. 11 D. well
E. None of these

Answers-

Step I-    well 24 the people 11 are 9 doing 7 39

Step II- the well people 11 are 9 doing 7 39 24

Step III- people the well are 9 doing 7 39 24 11

Step IV- doing people the well are 7 39 24 11 9

Step V- are  doing people the well 39 24 11 9 7

Q.6 to 15.  In even question below are three statement following by two conclusion numbered I and II you have to take the three given statement to be true. Even if they seem to be at variation than commonly known facts and than deride which of the given conclusion logically follower from the there statement disregarding commonly known facts.

Q.6. STATEMENT:

All Villages are cites

All Cites are Districts

All Districts are States

CONCLUSION :

  1. Some cities are states
  2. All states are Villages
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.7.  STATEMENT :

All Villages are cites

All Cites are Districts

All Districts are States

CONCLUSION:

  1. All villages are districts
  2. All States are Cities
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.8. STATEMENT:

All Villages are cites

All Cites are Districts

All Districts are States

CONCLUSION:

1 Some states are Village

  1. Some cities are Villages
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.9. STATEMENT:

Some big are small

Some small are black

All black are white

CONCLUSION:

  1. All white are black
  2. Some black are big
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.10.  STATEMENT :

Some big are small

Some small are black

All black are white

CONCLUSION :

1 Is there any possibility that all big are white

  1. Some small are white
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.11. STATEMENT:

Some doors are gates

Some gates are channels

All channels are busy

CONCLUSION:

1 Is there any possibility that all doors  are busy

  1. Some gates are channels
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.12. STATEMENT:

Some doors are gates

Some gates are channels

All channels are busy

CONCLUSION:

1 Some doors are channels

2 Some busy are doors

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.13. STATEMENT:

All black are white

All white are blue

Some blue are red

CONCLUSION:

  1. Some red are white
  2.  Some black are blue

 

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.14. STATEMENT:

All black are white

All white are blue

Some blue are red

CONCLUSION:

  1. Some white are black
  2.  All white are red
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.15. STATEMENT:

All black are white

All white are blue

Some blue are red

CONCLUSION:

  1. Some Reds are white
  2.  All blue are black
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.16 to 22.  In even question below are three statement  following by two conclusion numbered I and II you have to take the three  given statement to be true . even if they seem to be at variation than commonly  known facts and than deride which of the given conclusion logically follower from the there statement disregarding commonly known facts.

Q.16. STATEMENT:

K>H=N>V<D<W

CONCLUSION:

  1. K>D
  2. K>N
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:

K>H=N>V<D<W

CONCLUSION:

  1. H>V
  2. N>W
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 :

U > M = N ≥ K > Y<P≤ A

CONCLUSION :

1.M<K

  1. M=K
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:

U > M = N ≥ K > Y<P≤ A

CONCLUSION:

  1. N>Y
  2. N>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:

U > M = N ≥ K > Y<P≤ A

CONCLUSION:

1.Y>N

2.Y<U

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 :

J> P>O=I>H, O<K≤ Z ≤ F

CONCLUSION :

  1. J> H
  1. H>F
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 :

J> P>O=I>H, O<K≤ Z ≤ F

CONCLUSION :

1.O>F

  1. Z<P
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 to 25- Read the information carefully and give the following answers.

In a certain code “He is tall” written as 0 5 9 and “Tall is good ” is written as 5  9 3 and “He is good” is written as 0 5 3 .

Q .23 . What will the code for “Good” .?

Q.24 . What will be the code for “Tall” ?

Q 25 . What is stands for  0 9 3 ?

Q.26 to 30..Read the following information carefully and answer following questions.

Seven friends,  A B C D E F G   are sitting around a circular table   and every person facing at center of the table.

A is 3rd to the left of B and B is 3rd  to the left of G.

C and F are immediate neighbor of each other.

D is 2nd to the of right A. there is one person between A and E.

C is 2nd to the right of B.

Q 26  Who is sitting 2nd to the left of F?

Q 27 Who are the immediate neighbor of C ?

Q 28 Who is sitting 3rd  to the left of A?

Q 29 How many persons are there between F and A?

Q 30 who is sitting 2nd to the right of D?

Q 31 to 35 There are 9 members in a family. Sumita has three children VIjay, Rakesh, Renu.

Rao is the grand father of Rohit and a C.A.

Vijay is a teacher and has a son Rohit.

Shobhit is a cricketer and husband of Sumita’s Daughter.

Mala is the mother of Rohit and Sister -in -low of Renu.

Lawyer is unmarried person.

Q 31 What is the name of Lawyer?

Q 32 How Rao is related to Sobhit?

Q 33 How Renu is related to Mala?

Q 34 How many couple are there in the family?

Q 35 How many female members are there in the family?

Q 36 to 40 Read the following information carefully and answers following questions. A person facing to the East start walking and he goes 7 km to East and then he take turn to his right and goes 9 km then he again take turn to his right and goes 4 km, now he take turn to his left goes 1 km  at the end he takes turn to his right and goes 5 km to reach his house.

Q 36 Regarding the starting point in which direction his house is situated?

Q 37 who many km he covers to reach his house?

Q 38 In which direction the man  facing  at the end.?

Q 39 How many turn he take to reach his house?

Q 40 At the end of his walking ,if the man take one more left  turn. what will be the direction of that man?

Q 40 TO 45 Read the information carefully and give the following answers.

In a certain code language “Every one work hard ” is written as “ 1 4 7 2 ”and “You Work hard ” is written as “4 2 3″ and “Every work” is written as “ 1 2 ” and  ” One should good work” is written as” 7 2 9 5 ”.

Q 41. How will ‘Should’ be written in that code language?

Q.42 .How will ‘Work’ be written in that code language?

Q  43.   What should stand for ‘ 2 3 5 9  ‘ in that code language?

  1. 44 . How will ‘Hard’ be written in that code language?

Q 45. How will ‘ Every one should work hard ‘ be written in that code language?

Answers- every1  one7  work-2  hard-4  you-3 (Should good) 5or 9

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