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Must do Reasoning for SBI PO/Clerk Main(July 12, 2018)

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Dear Aspirants,

Reasoning Ability Section plays a pivotal role to score better in Banking and other competitive exams. Now a day, all the exams have higher level of reasoning questions. The questions asked in this section are tricky and time-consuming. But, once dealt with proper strategy, speed, and accuracy, this section will definitely award you the maximum marks in the examination. Here is another set of Questions to improve your speed and practice. Make most of it.

Directions (Q. 1-3) : In each of the following questions two rows of numbers are given. The resultant number in each row is to be worked out separately based on the following rules. The operations of the numbers progress from left to right.

Rules :

(I)      If a number which is perfect square is followed by another number which is a perfect cube the resultant number is the product of the square root and cube root of the two numbers.

(II)    If an even number which is multiple of 5 is followed by another number which is a multiple of 5, the second number is to be subtracted from the first number.

(III)   If an odd number is followed by a composite odd number, the first number is to be added to the second number.

(IV)   If an even number is followed by another even number, the first number is to be divided by the second number.

(V)     If a two digit odd number is followed by a prime number, the first number is to be multiplied by the prime number.

Now, work out the resultant number for each row is each question and answer the question below the rows of numbers.

1.     70           45           64

        31            21           4

What is the difference between the resultants of the first row and the  second row respectively?

1) 7                                 2) 14                               3) 21

4) 20                               5) None of these

2.   13               15            4

       25            8               2

What is the product of the resultants of the two rows?

1) 25                               2) 24                               3) 13

4) 12                               5) None of these

3.   64              125         5

       88              8              t

If t is the resultant of the first  row, what is the resultant of the second row?

1) 47      2) 46      3) 24      4) 70     5) None of these

Directions (Q. 4-8) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

In a certain code language, some statements are coded as follow :

‘Papers Show China Nuclear’ is coded as ‘©7R  @5A  #4W  *6S’.

‘Tennis After Federer and Nadal’ is coded as ‘©5L  @3D  %7R  %5R  $6S’.

‘Thank Rain Clean Air’ is coded as ‘$3R  ©5N  $4N  @5K’.

‘Now Top Rank’ is coded as ‘#3W  @4K  #3P’

‘India Deal Crop’ is coded as ‘#4P  ©4L  $5A’.

‘Good Ten Numbers’ is coded as ‘#4D  *7S  %3N’.

4. Which of the following will be the code of ‘Banking Service’?

1) @7S  %7E                2) @7G  $7E                 3) @7G  *7E

4) @7S  #7E                 5) Can’t be determined

5. What will be the code of ‘Clean’ in the given code language?

1) ©5M                          2) *5N                            3) $5N

4) %5M                         5) None of these

6. Which of the following will be the code of ‘Now Clean Papers’ in the given code language ?

1) *6S  ©5N  #3D                       2) #3W  @5N  *6S

3) *6S  ©5N  #3W

4) Can’t be determined                                      5) None of these

7. What will be the code of ‘Plants’ in the given code language?

1) *6S                 2) ©6S                     3) $6S

4) Can’t be determined                                      5) None of these

8. Which of the following will be the code of ‘Nuclear After China’?

1) ©7I  %5R  @5A                               2) ©7R  %5R  @5C

3) ©7R  %5T  @5A                4) ©7R  %5R  @5A

5) None of these

Directions (Q. 9-12) : In each of the following questions, a question is followed by information given in three statements. You have to study the question along with the statements and decide the information given in which statement(s) is necessarily and sufficient to answer the question.

9. Which direction is A facing?

I. If A turns 135º to his right, he will face a direction that is the same direction which B is facing.

II. C is facing South, if he turns 90º to his left after moving 45º clock wise direction, he will be exactly opposite to the direction of A.

III.   B will be in the same direction of A, if he turns 135º to his left after turning 90º to his right.

1) Only I                        2) Only II                      3) Only III

4) ONly I and III         5) Data inadequate

10. How is M related to N ?

I. R is the cousin of P and only the daughter of M.

II. R is the only grand daughter of Q, who has two children O and N.

III.  P is the only daughter of O, who is the only brother of his sister.

1) Only I and II            2) Only II and III        3) All I, II and III

4) Data inadequate     5) None of these

11.  P, Q, R, S and T are sittingt in a row facing South. Who amongst them is in the middle ?

I. T is at the left end of the row.

II. S sits between P and R.

III. Neither P nor R sits at an extreme ends of the row.

1) Only I and II            2) Only II and III        3) Any two of the three

4) All I, II and III      5) Data inadequate

12. Among M, N, O, P and Q, each with a different height, who is the tallest ?

I. O is shorter than N but taller than Q.

II. M is shorter than N but taller than P.

III. Q is not the shortest.

1) Only I and II    2) Only II and III                3) Only I and III

4) Data inadequate             5) None of these

 

 

Answers:

  1. 1
  2. 5
  3. 2

(4-8); 

Every symbol represents the second last letter of each word in the following manner

R — *                   I — $            O — #

E — %                  N — @         A — ©

Every letter in the code represents the last letter of the respecitve word.

Every number represents the total number of letters in the word.

4. 5; 

5. 5;     

6. 3;     

7. 4;     

8. 4;

9.2

10. 3

11. 2

12. 1

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