# MISSION BANKING 2023 Reasoning Ability Quiz – 18

## MISSION BANKING 2023 Reasoning Ability Quiz

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Direction (1-5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:

There are six candidates Ruchi, Kriti, Meenu, Nilu, Ishan and Pragya playing an online game, sitting around a circular table. All are facing the centre and have secured different positions, ie 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th, but not necessarily in the same order.

• One who secured the third position is the neighbour of the candidates having first and fifth positions.
• Nilu is on the immediate right of Meenu and second to the left of Pragya.
• The candidate who secured the fourth position is on the immediate right of Ishan.
• Pragya and Ishan sit together.
• The candidate who secured the first position sits second to the left of Meenu.
• There are two candidates between Meenu and the one who secured the 3rd position.
• Kriti is second to the left of the candidate who secured the 2nd position.

1. Who is sitting between Ruchi and Ishan?

(a) Kriti

(b) Nilu

(c) Pragya

(d) Meenu

(e) Can’t be determined.

Ans. c

1. Who among the following secured the first position?

(a) Ruchi

(b) Ishan

(c) Nilu

(d) Kriti

(e) Meenu

Ans. b

1. Who sits second to the left of Kriti?

(a) Nilu

(b) Ruchi

(c) Ishan

(d) Meenu

(e) Pragya

Ans. e

1. How is Nilu related to Ruchi?

(a) Second to the right of Ruchi

(b) Immediate left of Ruchi

(c) Immediate right of Ruchi

(d) Second to the left of Ruchi

(e) None of these

Ans. b

1. Who among the following is the neighbour of Meenu and Ruchi?

(a)Nilu

(b) Kriti

(c) Ishan

(d) Pragya

(e) Can’t be determined

Ans. a

Directions: (6-7): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow–

In a certain code language, ‘small and medium groups’ is coded as ‘du fla kha gi’, ‘medium enterprises are good’ is coded as ‘flu kli du fu’, ‘groups should be good’ is coded as ‘dlu ka kli fla’, ‘small enterprises earn more’ is coded as ‘gi hla flu dfi’ and ‘be more’ is coded as ‘ka hla’.

1. What is the code for ‘and’?

(a) du

(b) gi

(c) fla

(d) kha

(e) Cannot be determined

Ans. d

1. What does ‘dlu dfi’ stand for?

(a) should earn

(b) should do

(c) earn more

(d) should more

(e) do earn

Ans. a

Directions (8-10): Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions.

Among six shoes i.e. – A, B, C, D, E and F kept in shoe box of different size.  Shoe A is kept in that box which is only less in size than box in which Shoe D is kept. Only three shoe boxes are less in size than box in which Shoe C is kept. Box in which F is kept is less in size than box in which E is kept. Shoe F is not kept in the least size box.

1. Which among the following shoe is kept in least size box?

(a) B

(b) A

(c) E

(d) C

(e) None of these

Ans. a

Exp.

Size of shoe box in which different shoes are kept:

D’s box >A’s box >C’s box >E’s box >F’s box >B’s box

1. If size of box in which Shoe E is kept is 16 cm2, then which of the following may be the size of box in which Shoe B is kept?

(a) 19 cm2

(b) 22 cm2

(c) 18 cm2

(d) 17 cm2

(e) 12 cm2

Ans. e

Exp.

Size of shoe box in which different shoes are kept:

D’s box >A’s box >C’s box >E’s box >F’s box >B’s box

1. How many boxes are less in size than box in which Shoe E is kept?

(a) One

(b) Two

(c) Three

(d) Four

(e) More than four

Ans. b)

Exp.

Size of shoe box in which different shoes are kept:

D’s box >A’s box >C’s box >E’s box >F’s box >B’s box

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