Reasoning Quiz for RRB PO & SBI CLERK MAINS 2019 | 30 July 2019

Reasoning Quiz for RRB PO & SBI CLERK MAINS 

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

Direction (Q1- Q5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven boxes A, B, C, D, E, F, G are kept one above the other containing different number of chocolates ranging from 10-90.
There are two boxes between kept between Box B and the box containing 56 chocolates, which is kept below box B. Only one box is kept between box F and the box containing 56 chocolates. Two boxes are kept between box F and box A, which is kept below box B. Three boxes are kept between Box A and the box containing 41 chocolates which is not kept at the bottom. Box A contains 5 less chocolates than box B. Only one box is kept between box D and box containing 41 chocolates, which is kept below box D. Box C kept below box E, which contains 81 chocolates. Box C is kept immediately below box containing 64 chocolates. Box C does not contain 56 chocolates. Box C contains 24 less chocolates than box D. Box G contains 6 more chocolates than box D.

Q1. Which of the following box is kept at the top?

A)  A

B) G

C) E

D) D

E) None of these

Answer & Explanation
 Q(1 -5): 

There are two boxes kept between Box B and the box containing 56 chocolates, which is kept below box B. Only one box is kept between box F and the box containing 56 chocolates. Two boxes are kept between box F and box A, which is kept below box B.

Three boxes are kept between Box A and the box containing 41 chocolates which is not kept at the bottom. So, case 1 is eliminated. Box A contains 5 less chocolates than box B. Only one box is kept between box D and box containing 41 chocolates, which is kept below box D.

Box C kept below box E, which contains 81 chocolates. Box C is kept immediately below box containing 64 chocolates. Box C does not contain 56 chocolates. Box C contains 24 less chocolates than box D. Box G contains 6 more chocolates than box D.

Q1. Ans(D)

Q2.  What is total number of chocolates does box A and C contains?

A) 62

B) 55

C) 60

D) 72

E) None of these

Answer & Explanation
 Q(1 -5): 

There are two boxes kept between Box B and the box containing 56 chocolates, which is kept below box B. Only one box is kept between box F and the box containing 56 chocolates. Two boxes are kept between box F and box A, which is kept below box B.

Three boxes are kept between Box A and the box containing 41 chocolates which is not kept at the bottom. So, case 1 is eliminated. Box A contains 5 less chocolates than box B. Only one box is kept between box D and box containing 41 chocolates, which is kept below box D.

Box C kept below box E, which contains 81 chocolates. Box C is kept immediately below box containing 64 chocolates. Box C does not contain 56 chocolates. Box C contains 24 less chocolates than box D. Box G contains 6 more chocolates than box D.

Q2. Ans(A)

Q3.  How many boxes are kept between box G and box B? 

A) One

B) Three

C) Two

D) Four

E) None of these

Answer & Explanation
 Q(1 -5): 

There are two boxes kept between Box B and the box containing 56 chocolates, which is kept below box B. Only one box is kept between box F and the box containing 56 chocolates. Two boxes are kept between box F and box A, which is kept below box B.

Three boxes are kept between Box A and the box containing 41 chocolates which is not kept at the bottom. So, case 1 is eliminated. Box A contains 5 less chocolates than box B. Only one box is kept between box D and box containing 41 chocolates, which is kept below box D.

Box C kept below box E, which contains 81 chocolates. Box C is kept immediately below box containing 64 chocolates. Box C does not contain 56 chocolates. Box C contains 24 less chocolates than box D. Box G contains 6 more chocolates than box D.

Q3. Ans(C)

Q4. How many boxes are kept below box C? 

A)  Three 

B) Two

C) One

D) More than Three

E) None

Answer & Explanation
 Q(1 -5): 

There are two boxes kept between Box B and the box containing 56 chocolates, which is kept below box B. Only one box is kept between box F and the box containing 56 chocolates. Two boxes are kept between box F and box A, which is kept below box B.

Three boxes are kept between Box A and the box containing 41 chocolates which is not kept at the bottom. So, case 1 is eliminated. Box A contains 5 less chocolates than box B. Only one box is kept between box D and box containing 41 chocolates, which is kept below box D.

Box C kept below box E, which contains 81 chocolates. Box C is kept immediately below box containing 64 chocolates. Box C does not contain 56 chocolates. Box C contains 24 less chocolates than box D. Box G contains 6 more chocolates than box D.

Q4. Ans(B)

Q5.  What is the total number of chocolates does boxes at the top and the bottom contains? 

A)  97 

B) 107

C) 131

D) 86

E) None of these

Answer & Explanation
 Q(1 -5): 

There are two boxes kept between Box B and the box containing 56 chocolates, which is kept below box B. Only one box is kept between box F and the box containing 56 chocolates. Two boxes are kept between box F and box A, which is kept below box B.

Three boxes are kept between Box A and the box containing 41 chocolates which is not kept at the bottom. So, case 1 is eliminated. Box A contains 5 less chocolates than box B. Only one box is kept between box D and box containing 41 chocolates, which is kept below box D.

Box C kept below box E, which contains 81 chocolates. Box C is kept immediately below box containing 64 chocolates. Box C does not contain 56 chocolates. Box C contains 24 less chocolates than box D. Box G contains 6 more chocolates than box D.

Q5. Ans(D)

Directions (6-10): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and Give answer:

(a) If the data in Statements I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statements II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

(b) If the data in Statements II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

(c) If the data in Statements I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.

(d) If the data in both the Statements I and II are not sufficient to answer the question.

(e) If the data in both the Statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

Q6. How is ‘last’ coded in that code language?

  1. ‘heavy rains last night’ is coded as ‘na ke ja lo’ and ‘finished last in race’ is coded as ‘so lo to pa’.
  2. ‘the furniture should last’ is written as ‘do wi lo be’ and ‘give me last chance’ is written as ‘lo fa ra qi’.

Answer & Explanation
 Q6. Ans.(c)

From either statement I or II we can find that code of last is ‘lo’.

Q7. Is A brother of B?

  1. D is mother of B and B is son of C. C is father of A.
  2. E is sister of A and F is brother of A.

Answer & Explanation
 Q7. Ans.(d)

From statement I, Gender of A cannot be determined. In Statement II information about B is not mentioned.

Q8. How many kilometers did Karan drive today?

  1. Karan correctly mentions that he drove less than 20 km but more than 14 km today.
  2. Karan’s friend correctly mentions that Karan drove more than 10 km but less than 16 km today.

Answer & Explanation
 Q8. Ans.(e)

 From both statements we can find that Karan drive 15km.

Q9. Which directions is Shilpa facing?

  1. If Meeta who is currently facing South, turns 90o towards her left, she would face the same direction as Shilpa.
  2. If Uday who is currently facing North, turns 90o towards his left, he would face a direction just opposite to the direction Shilpa is facing.

Answer & Explanation
 Q9. Ans.(c)

 From either statement we can find that shilpa is facing east.

Q10. Among five friends seated in a straight-line facing North, is B sitting at the extreme left end?

  1. B& D are immediate neighbors of each other. Similarly, E & C are also immediate neighbors of each other. A sit exactly in the middle of the line.
  2. A who sits exactly in the middle of the line is second to the left of C. B is not an immediate neighbor of A.

Answer & Explanation
 Q10. Ans.(b)

 Only statement II is sufficient to answer  the question.

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