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Reasoning Practice set for IBPS PO SO 2016

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Guess Paper and Practice Set of Reasoning Practice set for IBPS PO SO 2016

Reasoning Practice set has been designed by teachers of few best Bank PO coaching of Noida and students should try this Reasoning Practice set for IBPS PO SO.

Reasoning will have 35 questions and student should invest 20 minutes or 33% time alotted for exam. Reasoning is considered to be scoring subject and accuracy needs to be high during exam. For high accuracy during exam , students should practice different sets.

 

Directions(1-6):Study the below information and answer the questions given below.

In the following questions, the symbols @, #, $, & and  % are used as illustrated below-
P % Q means ‘P is not smaller than Q’
P $ Q means ‘P is not greater than Q’
P & Q means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’
P # Q means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’
P @ Q means ‘P is neither greater nor smaller than Q’

Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true?

Give answer 1 if only conclusion I is true.
Give answer 2 if only conclusion II is true.
Give answer 3 if either conclusion I or II is true.
Give answer 4 if neither conclusion I or II is true.
Give answer 5 if both conclusions I and II are true.

 

Q1. Statements:

A%D; E#D; R&D;
      Conclusions:

A & E;

R # D;

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

 

Q2. Statements:

B $ D; D & C; T @ D;
      Conclusions:

B & C;
T & C;

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

 

Q3. Statements:

R@L; L$S; S&U;

Conclusions:

S&R;
S@R;

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

 

Q4. Statements:

W # R; R @ Q; T & S;
     Conclusions:

W & Q;
T # S;

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

 

Q5. Statements:

W$T; C#T; V%Z;
      Conclusions:

W#T;

 Z%V;

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

 

Q6.Statements:

A $ B; B $ C; C @ D;
    Conclusions:

A # D;

A @ D;

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

 

Directions(7-12):In each of the questions below are given four statements followed by two or four conclusions numbered I,II,III and IV. you have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

 

Q7. Statements:

All Apples are banana

Some banana are grapes

Some grapes are kiwi’s

All kiwi’s are mangoes

Conclusions:

Some mangoes are grapes

Some kiwi’s are bananas

Some grapes are apples

Some mangoes are bananas

(1) Only I and II follow

(2) Only I and III follow

(3) Only I, II and III follow

(4) Only II,III and IV follow

(5) None of these

 

Q8.Statements:

All pens are pencils

Some pencils are erasers

Some erasers are sharpeners

Some sharpeners are scales

Conclusions:

Some scales are pens

some sharpeners are pencils

Some sharpeners are pens

Some scales are pencils

(1)None follow

(2)Only I follow

(3)Only II follow

(4)Only III follow

(5)Only IV follow

 

Q9.Statements

Some cycles are scooter

All scooter are cars

All cars are trucks

Some trucks are aeroplanes

Conclusions:

Some Aeroplanes are scooter

Some trucks are cycles

some cars are cycles

some aeroplane are cycles

(1)Only I and III follow

(2)Only II and III follow

(3)Only I and IV follow

(4)Only II,III and IV follow

(5)None of these

 

Q10.Statements

Some rabbits are cats

Some cats are dogs

All dogs are dears

All dears are elephant

Conclusions:

Some Rabbit are dogs

Some rabbit being dogs is a possibility

Some elephant are dears

Some cats are elephants

(1)Only I and II follow

(2)Only III and IV follow

(3)Only II and IV follow

(4)Only II,III and IV follow

(5)No one follow

 

Q11. Statements

All Kites are flies

No fly is a plane

All planes are jets

Conclusions:

No Kite is a jet

Some planes being kites is a possibility

(1)Only I follow

(2)Only II follow

(3)Either I and II follow

(4)Neither I nor II follow

(5)Both I and II follow

 

Q12. Statements

All Kites are files

No fly is a plane

All planes are jets

Conclusions:

Some jets being kites is a possibility

No jet is a fly

(1)Only I follow

(2)Only II follow

(3)Either I and II follow

(4)Neither I nor II follow

(5)Both I and II follow

Directions(13-18)Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below-

Eight Players, A,B,C,D,E,F,G and H are sitting around a circular table facing centre not necessarily in the same order.

Each one of them proficient in a different game viz. Kabaddi, Hockey, Table Tennis, Cricket, Volleyball, Basketball, Shooting and Tennis but not necessarily in the same order.

C is second to the right of the person who is proficient in shooting. Only one person sits between C and the person who is proficient in volleyball. G is sitting third to the left of the person

who is proficient in Tennis. The person who is proficient in Tennis is not an immediate neighbour of the person who is proficient in Shooting. C is not proficient in Shooting. The person who is proficient in basketball is to the left of D. D does not proficient in Volleyball or Tennis. The persons who is proficient in basketball and Tennis are immediate neighbours of each other. One of the immediate neighbour of the person who is proficient in Tennis, proficient in Hockey. B and H are immediate neighbour o each other. There is one person between B and A. E is not proficient in Kabaddi. A is proficient in Volleyball. H is not proficient in Hockey. F is sitting between the persons who is proficient in Shooting and Cricket. G is second to the right of the person who is proficient in Kabaddi.

 

Q13. Who among the following is sitting third to the right of C?

(1)S

(2)The person who is proficient in Hockey

(3)The person who is proficient in Volleyball

(4)H

(5)The person who is proficient in Kabaddi

 

Q14. Who among the following is sitting just opposite to ‘A’?

(1)The person who is proficient in Basketball.

(2)F

(3)The person who is proficient in volleyball

(4)B

(5)The person who is proficient in Shooting

 

Q15 Which of the following pairs represents the immediate neighbours of ‘E’?

(1)A and the person who is proficient in Tennis.

(2)B and the person who is proficient in Table Tennis.

(3)The person who is proficient in Volleyball and H.

(4)Cannot be determined

(5)None of these

 

Q16. What is the position of ‘F’ with respect to ‘B’?

(1)Fourth to the right

(2)Fourth to the left

(3)Third to the right

(4)Fifth to the right

(5)Sixth to the left

 

Q17. Who among the following is sitting fourth to the left of the person who is proficient in Hockey?

(1)D

(2)F

(3)G

(4)B

(5)cannot be determined

 

Q18. Who among the following is sitting exactly between the person who is proficient in Table Tennis and F?

(1)C

(2)D

(3)A

(4)E

(5)H

 

Directions(19-23)Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
Input        low        19        high        18        day        right        all        16        35        20
       I        right       low        19        high        18        day        all        16        20        35
       II       low        right        19        high        18        day        all        16        35        20
       III       high       low        right        18        day        all        16        35        20        19
       IV       day       high         low        right        all       16        35       20       19        18
       V        all         day        high        low        right       35        20       19       18        16

Q19.        Find Number of steps required to solve this Input-
87        up        saw        60        75        tree

(1) 2

(2) 5

(3) 4

(4) 3

(5) 6

 

Q20. Find the last step of given input-

87 up saw 60 75 tree

(1)up tree saw 60 75 87

(2)saw tree up 87 75 60

(3)up saw tree 75 60 87

(4)saw tree up 60 75 87

(5)none

 

Q21.If IInd step is- you 13 how divide 28 catch 15 17 .

Find the Input

(1)how divide 13 you 15 17 catch 28

(2)catch divide 17 15 28 13 how you

(3)you 15 17 how divide catch 28 13

(4)cannot be determined

(5)none

 

Q22. Find 4th value from the left in the Last step

if Input is -87 up saw 60 75 tree

(1)87

(2)up

(3)75

(4)60

(5)none

 

Q23. Find IInd value from the right in the last step

if Input is -87 up saw 60 75 tree

(1)87

(2)75

(3)60

(4)up

(5)none

 

study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below(24-29).In a certain code language “Honey and Bee sugar” is written as ‘mi ra li ta’.”sugar needs more honey” is written as ‘ta ha sa mi’.”bee honey is related” is written as ‘li mi cu nu’.”more related to dabour” is written as ‘sa nu zi wo’.

Q24. What is the code for needs?

(1)ha

(2)ra

(3)zi

(4)wo

(5)none of these

 

Q25. What is the code for “Dabour honey Bee”.

(1)pa mi li

(2)ne mi cu

(3)zi mi li

(4)li ko ti

(5)none

 

Q26. What is the code for ‘more’

(1)za

(2)la

(3)sa

(4)pa

(5)none of these
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Q27. What is the code for ‘sugar needs more’

(1)ta ha sa

(2)ha sa pa

(3)pa sa la

(4)ta sa ja

(5)none of these

 

Q28. What is code for ‘is’

(1)cu

(2)hr

(3)va

(4)ma

(5)none of these

 

Q29. What is the code for ‘and’?

(1)so

(2)ri

(3)ka

(4)ra

(5)none of these

 

(Directions-30-34)Study the following information and answer the below questions.

X + Y -> X is the father of Y

X – Y -> X is the Mother of Y

X / Y -> X is the Sister of Y

X * Y -> X is the Brother of Y

X > Y -> X is the Husband of Y

X < Y -> X is the Wife of Y

 

Q30.Examine the expression and determine how B is related to D?

B+A/C-D

(1)B is the grandmother of D

(2)none

(3)B is uncle of D

(4)B is the father in law of D

(5)B is the grandfather of D

 

Q31.Which of the following expression represents B is the Daughter in law of A.

(1)A<C*D>B

(2)A>C-D>B

(3)A>C-D<B

(4)A>C/D<B

(5)None of these

 

Q32. Examine the expression and find the relationship between D&C.

A>D*B+C<E  

(1)Uncle and Niece

(2)Mother and Daughter

(3)Sisters

(4)None of these

(5)No Relation

 

Q33.Which of the following expression represents that Head of the family is F?

(1)F+C>E-A*B*D

(2)A+C*E-D<F+B

(3)B*C>D/E+A<F

(4)None of these

(5)cannot be determined

 

Q34.Examine the below expression and find how A is related to F.

A+B-C/D>E-F

(1)G Father

(2)GG Father

(3)G Mother

(4)GG Mothe

(5)None of these

 

Q35. A man is facing North. He turns 120˚ in the anticlockwise direction & then 75˚ in clockwise direction then turn 135˚ in anticlockwise direction. which direction is he facing now.

(1)North-West

(2)East-West

(3)West

(4)East

(5)Cannot be determined

 

Answer Key

Q1 (1)

Q2 (2)

Q3 (3)

Q4 (4)

Q5 (4)

Q6 (3)

Q7 (5)

Q8 (1)

Q9 (2)

Q10 (4)

Q11 (4)

Q12 (4)

Q13 (2)

Q14 (5)

Q15 (1)

Q16 (3)

Q17 (2)

Q18 (1)

Q19 (4)

Q20 (2)

Q21 (4)

Q22 (1)

Q23 (2)

Q24. (1)

Q25. (3)

Q26. (3)

Q27. (1)

Q28. (1)

Q29. (4)

Q30 (5)

Q31 (3)

Q32 (1)

Q33 (1)

Q34 (2)

Q35 (1)

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