# MISSION BANKING 2023 Reasoning Ability Quiz – 21

## MISSION BANKING 2023 Reasoning Ability Quiz

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Directions (1-3): In making decisions about important questions, it is desirable to be able to distinguish between ‘strong’ arguments and ‘weak’ arguments. ‘Strong’ arguments are those which are important and directly related to the question. ‘Weak’ arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question. Each question below is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments a strong argument is and which a weak argument is.

1. Statement: Should the government immediately stop registration of new cars for private use throughout the country with immediate effect?

Arguments

I. No, the government does not have authority to do so.

II. Yes, this is the only way to decongest the roads of big cities in India.

(a) if only Argument I is strong

(b) if only Argument II is strong

(c) if either Argument I or II is strong

(d) if neither Argument I nor II is strong

(e) if both Argument I and II are strong

Ans. d

Exp.  Argument I is not strong as the statement is wrong because the government has authority to do so. Argument II is also not strong because of the word ‘only’.

1. Statement: Should restrictions on rickshaw-pullers and prisoners for donation of blood be removed?

Arguments:

I.  Yes, by putting these restrictions, a large section of public are not able to donate their blood even to their own relatives in emergencies.

II. No, blood donation is meant to save people’s life; if fingers are pointed towards someone’s eligibility as a donor owing to possibility of non-suitable or erroneous blood, then such persons must be restricted from doing so.

(a) if only Argument I is strong

(b) if only Argument II is strong

(c) if either Argument I or II is strong

(d) if neither Argument I nor II is strong

(e) if both Argument I and II are strong

Ans. a

Exp.  The Arguments I is strong because by putting restrictions, rickshaw pullers and prisoners are not able to donate their blood to their own relatives in the time of emergencies.

1. Statement: Should subsidy on domestic LPG cylinders be stopped ?

Arguments:

I. Yes, it leads to misuse of LPG by housewives who over-cook their food.

II. No, any subsidy cannot be stopped in a country committed to social welfare.

(a) if only Argument I is strong

(b) if only Argument II is strong

(c) if either Argument I or II is strong

(d) if neither Argument I nor II is strong

(e) if both Argument I and II are strong

Ans. d

Exp.  Argument I does not related to statement. Any subsidy which is for social welfare should be stopped when it is misused on a large scale. So, neither Argument I nor II is strong.

Direction (4-5): In making decisions about important questions, it is desirable to be able to distinguish between ‘strong’ arguments and ‘weak’ arguments. ‘Strong’ arguments are those which are important and directly related to the question. ‘Weak’ arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question. Each question below is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments a strong argument is and which a weak argument is.

1. Statement: Should cricket teams of smaller countries who have no long history in cricket be allowed to play in World Cup cricket matches?

Arguments:

I. Yes, this will help the globalization of cricket gentleman’s game.

II. No, this will upset the records established in tougher, more challenging situations.

(a) if only Argument I is strong

(b) if only Argument II is strong

(c) if either Argument I or II is strong

(d) if neither Argument I nor II is strong

(e) if both Argument I and II are strong

Ans. a

Exp.  Argument I is strong because allowing teams from smaller countries will help the globalization of cricket.

1. Statement: Should we impart sex education in schools?

Arguments:

I. Yes, all the progressive nations do so.

II. No, we cannot impart it in coeducational school.

(a) if only Argument I is strong

(b) if only Argument II is strong

(c) if either Argument I or II is strong

(d) if neither Argument I nor II is strong

(e) if both Argument I and II are strong

Ans. d

Exp.  What other progressive nations are doing, we should not follow that blindly. So, Argument I is not strong. Argument II is absurd, so it is not strong.

Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Amit, Bani, Raman, Rohit, Reema, Diya, Herry, and Prince are sitting around a square table, four of them sit at four corners while four of them sit at the middle of the sides. The one who sit at the corners face the centre while who sit at the middle face outside. They study in different classes from 1 to 8 and all have birthday on different dates i.e. 15, 17, 30, 12, 25, 18, 6, and 9(not necessarily in same order).

Herry does not study in 4th but the one who study in 4th has birthday on 9. The one who studies in 7th is an immediate neighbour of Diya. Raman sits third to the left of the one who studies in 4th. Only two persons sit between Raman and Prince. The one who studies in 1st sits on the immediate right of Prince and his birthday is not on 12. The one who studies in 2nd sits second to the right of Herry. The ones whose birthday on 30 and 18 face each other. Herry is neither an immediate neighbour of Prince nor Raman. Only one person sits between Amit and the one who studies in 2nd. Rohit sits on the immediate left of the one who studies in 6th. Reema studies in 3rd. The one who studies in 4th doesn’t face inside. Herry’s birth date is divisible by 5 but not divisible by 10. Reema is not an immediate neighbour of Amit. The one who studies in 5th is an immediate neighbour of Reema. Bani has birthday on odd date and the one who studies in 6th has birthday on 25.

1. What is the position of the one whose birthday on 25 with respect to Herry?

(a) Second to the left

(b) Third to the right

(c) Fourth to the left

(d) Second to the right

(e) Third to the left

Ans. e

1. Who among the following is an immediate neighbour of the one who studies in 2nd?

(a) Diya

(b) Raman

(c) Bani

(d) Rohit

(e) Prince

Ans. c

1. Who among the following sits exactly between Reema and Diya?

(a) Raman

(b) The one who studies in 7th

(c) The one who studies in 6th

(d) Herry

(e) The one who studies in 8th

Ans. d

1. Which of the following has birthday on 30?

(a) Raman

(b) The one who studies in 4th

(c) Rohit

(d) Either (a) or (c)

(e) None of these

Ans. d

1. Who among the following sits diagonally opposite to the one who studies in 1st?

(a) The one who studies in 5th

(b) Rohit

(c) The one who studies in 7th

(d) Prince

(e) None of these

Ans. a

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