# Reasoning Quiz for IBPS MAINS 2021| 2 Fab 2021

## Reasoning Quiz for IBPS MAINS 2021

Reasoning Quiz to improve your Reasoning Aptitude for SBI Po & SBI clerk exam IBPS PO Reasoning , IBPS Clerk Reasoning , IBPS RRB Reasoning, LIC AAO ,LIC Assistant  and other competitive exam.

Direction (1 -5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Eight members D, E, F, G, H, J, K and L in a family are sitting around a circular table in a restaurant for birthday celebration in such a way that some of them are facing towards the center and some of them are facing away from the center, but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them orders different food items viz. Burger, Pizza, Sandwich, Taco, Burrito, Noodles, Momos and Pasta, but not necessarily in the same order.
H sits third to the left of J. H does not face towards the center and orders Burger. E is the mother-in-law of D. E is married to J. H is son of J, who likes Burrito. F sits third to the right of J and F is a grandchild of E and a child of H. Immediate neighbors of H face the center and order Sandwich and Taco, but not respectively. The one who likes Momos sits adjacent to L and J and she is the daughter of L, who is the daughter of E. G does not face away from the center. Immediate neighbors of G face away from the center. The one who orders Sandwich sits opposite to J. The one who orders Pizza is not an immediate neighbor of J and faces the center. E does not order Pizza. G is the son-in-law of E. D sits second to the right of F and orders neither Momos nor Pasta. K faces the opposite direction of D.

Q1. Which of the following food item F orders?
1. Taco
2. Pasta
3. Pizza
4. Sandwich
5. None of these
Q2. Who among the following orders Noodles?
1. G
2. K
3. D
4. L
5. None of these
Q3. How is K related to G?
1. Brother
2. Daughter
3. Nephew
4. Sister-in-law
5. None of these
Q4. How is F related to D?
1. Son
2. Brother-in-law
3. Daughter
4. Sister
5. Can’t be determined
Q5. Who among the following sits opposite to J?
1. G
2. E
3. D
4. K
5. None of these
Direction (6 – 8): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Six persons A, B, G, J, N and P are appeared for an exam in a Edutech company. Each of them has different years of experience in field of teaching and gets different rank from 1 to 6 based on their performance in the exam.
J has less experience than G but more experience than N. The one who has least experience gets 1st rank. A has more experience than J. A and B gets 2nd and 4th rank respectively. P does not have the most experience. G gets 5th rank. P has more experience than G. A has more experience than two persons.

Q6. Who among the following has the third most experience?
1. A
2. G
3. B
4. P
5. None of these
Q7. Which of the following rank gets the one who has second least experience?
1. 3rd
2. 6th
3. 2nd
4. 5th
5. Can’t be determined
Q8. Which of the following statement is true regarding P?
1. P gets 6th rank
2. P gets higher rank than B
3. P has less experience than A
4. P has second most experience
5. All are true
Q9. Statement-The Union health ministry has made Aadhaar a compulsory document for tuberculosis patients to be able to avail treatment under the government’s Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP).
(I)A person cannot take treatment of TB without Aadhar card.
(II)Patients suffering from TB will be unable to get cash benefits under a central government scheme till they produce their Aadhaar card.
(III)An individual eligible to receive the benefit under the scheme, is hereby, required to furnish proof of possession of Aadhaar number or undergo Aadhaar authentication.
(IV)The World Health Organisation(WHO) recently said that tuberculosis epidemic in India was “larger” than what had been previously estimated.
Which of the following could be the outcome of the given statement?
1. Only II
2. Only I and III
3. Only II and III
4. Only I
5. None of these
10. Which of the following argument holds strong for the given statement?
1. Only II
2. Only III
3. Only II and III
4. Only I and II
5. All of the above

## Solution

Sol. (1 -5): H sits third to the left of J. H does not face towards the centre and orders Burger. H is son of J, who likes Burrito. F sits third to the right of J and F is a grandchild of E and a child of H. E is married to J. From these conditions we have two possible cases-

Immediate neighbours of H face the centre and order Sandwich and Taco, but not respectively. The one who orders Sandwich sits opposite to J. The one who likes Momos sits between L and J and she is the daughter of L, who is the daughter of E. By these conditions two more cases added viz. case- 1a and case- 2a. So new arrangement will be-

G is the son-in-law of E. D sits second to the right of F and orders neither Momos nor Pasta. By this condition case- 1a and case- 2a are cancelled. E is the mother-in-law of D. So K orders Momos. G does not face away from the centre. Immediate neighbours of G face away from the centre. By this condition case- 2 is cancelled. The one who orders Pizza is not an immediate neighbour of J and faces the centre. E does not order Pizza. K faces the opposite direction of D. So final arrangement will be-
Q1. Ans(2)
Q2. Ans(3)
Q3. Ans(2)
Q4. Ans(5)
Q5. Ans(2)
Q6. Ans(2)
Q7. Ans(5)
Q8. Ans(4)
Q9. Ans(3)
In the above question we have to find the result of the above statement.
For I-This cannot be the result because if a person does not have Aadhar, he/she will not get government help in treatment but can take treatment of TB without Aadhar.
For II-This could be the result as mentioned in the given statement that patients need Aadhar card to get benefits under government scheme.
For III-This also could be the result because it is clear from the given statement that to get benefits of the scheme verification of Aadhar will be required.
For IV-This is not the result of the given statement because this statement states that cases of TB patients increased in India now which is not directly related to the statement.
Q10. Ans(3)
For I- This argument does not hold strong because this initiative is for girls to get benefited initially but it is not like that education will make free for everyone.
For II-This argument also holds strong because a law/scheme or bill should not be for any particular gender but it should be for the one who really need it.
For III-This is also strong because gender should not be the criterion for the free education. It is the poor who should get the benefits.

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