# Reasoning Quiz for SBI PO PRE & LIC AAO 2019 (Day 56)|15th April 2019

## Reasoning Quiz for SBI PO PRE & LIC AAO 2019

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

Direction (Q1 – Q3): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting in a row two of them facing south and rest are facing in the north but not necessarily in the same order. G sits 3rd right of A, who sit at one of the extreme end of the row. Two persons sit between B and F. D sits 3rd left of C. G and F are immediate neighbor. Both C and E are immediate neighbor and face in the same direction. G sits 2nd to the left of B. F and A face opposite direction to each other.

Q1. G is related to A in the same way B is related to F based on the given arrangement. Which of the following C is related to, following the same pattern?

A) D

B) E

C) F

D) G

E) B

Q(1 – 3):

Q2. How many persons sits between G and E?

A) None

B) One

C) Two

D) Four

E) Three

Q(1 – 3):

Q3. Who among st the following are sitting extreme end of the rows?

A) B and E

B) A and C

C) A and E

D) B and C

E) None of the above

Q3. Ans(C)

Q4. 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’.

Q4. Ans.(c)

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

Q5. 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.

Q5. Ans.(d)

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

Direction (Q6 - Q10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Eight persons M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting in a straight line. Some of them are facing north while some are facing south, but not necessarily in the same order.
P sits third to the left of the one who sits second to the right of O. More than two persons sit between R and Q. R sits second to the left of N.. M does not face south direction. S does not face same directions as N P and O neither sit at any of the extreme end nor sit adjacent to each other. T sits fourth to the right of the one who sits immediate left of P. Only two persons sit between S and N. Q sits to the left of T and faces opposite direction to the T. Those who sit at extreme ends do not face same direction. S is an immediate neighbor of neither O nor T.

Q6.  How many persons sits between P and O?

A)  Four

B) Three

C) Two

D) One

E) More than four

Q(6 -10):

P sits third to the left of the one who sits second to the right of O. P and O neither sit at any of the extreme end nor sit adjacent to each other. From these conditions there are two possible cases-

T sits fourth to the right of the one who sits immediate left of P. Only two persons sit between S and N. S is an immediate neighbour of neither O nor T. Q sits to the left of T and faces opposite direction to the T. There will be two more possibilities 1a and 2a. So new arrangement will be –

R sits second to the left of N. More than two persons sit between R and Q. By this case 1a and 2a will be cancelled. S does not face same directions as N. M does not face south direction. From this condition Case – 1 is cancelled. Those who sit at extreme ends do not face same direction.
So final arrangement will be-

Q6.Ans(A)

Q7. Which of the following pair sit at the extreme ends?

A)  M, N

B) R, S

C)  M, R

D) N, S

E) T, R

Q(6 -10):

P sits third to the left of the one who sits second to the right of O. P and O neither sit at any of the extreme end nor sit adjacent to each other. From these conditions there are two possible cases-

T sits fourth to the right of the one who sits immediate left of P. Only two persons sit between S and N. S is an immediate neighbour of neither O nor T. Q sits to the left of T and faces opposite direction to the T. There will be two more possibilities 1a and 2a. So new arrangement will be –

R sits second to the left of N. More than two persons sit between R and Q. By this case 1a and 2a will be cancelled. S does not face same directions as N. M does not face south direction. From this condition Case – 1 is cancelled. Those who sit at extreme ends do not face same direction.
So final arrangement will be-

Q7.Ans(C)

Q8.  Who among the following sits immediate right of S?

A) P

B)

C)

D) Q

E) None of these

Q(6 -10):

P sits third to the left of the one who sits second to the right of O. P and O neither sit at any of the extreme end nor sit adjacent to each other. From these conditions there are two possible cases-

T sits fourth to the right of the one who sits immediate left of P. Only two persons sit between S and N. S is an immediate neighbour of neither O nor T. Q sits to the left of T and faces opposite direction to the T. There will be two more possibilities 1a and 2a. So new arrangement will be –

R sits second to the left of N. More than two persons sit between R and Q. By this case 1a and 2a will be cancelled. S does not face same directions as N. M does not face south direction. From this condition Case – 1 is cancelled. Those who sit at extreme ends do not face same direction.
So final arrangement will be-

Q8.Ans(D)

Q9. How many persons are facing North direction?

A) Five

B) Four

C) Two

D) Three

E)   Six

Q(6 -10):

P sits third to the left of the one who sits second to the right of O. P and O neither sit at any of the extreme end nor sit adjacent to each other. From these conditions there are two possible cases-

T sits fourth to the right of the one who sits immediate left of P. Only two persons sit between S and N. S is an immediate neighbour of neither O nor T. Q sits to the left of T and faces opposite direction to the T. There will be two more possibilities 1a and 2a. So new arrangement will be –

R sits second to the left of N. More than two persons sit between R and Q. By this case 1a and 2a will be cancelled. S does not face same directions as N. M does not face south direction. From this condition Case – 1 is cancelled. Those who sit at extreme ends do not face same direction.
So final arrangement will be-

Q9.Ans(B)

Q10.  Four of the following five belong to a group in a certain way, find which of the one does not belong to that group?

A) N

B) N

C)

D) O

E) Q

Q(6 -10):

P sits third to the left of the one who sits second to the right of O. P and O neither sit at any of the extreme end nor sit adjacent to each other. From these conditions there are two possible cases-

T sits fourth to the right of the one who sits immediate left of P. Only two persons sit between S and N. S is an immediate neighbour of neither O nor T. Q sits to the left of T and faces opposite direction to the T. There will be two more possibilities 1a and 2a. So new arrangement will be –

R sits second to the left of N. More than two persons sit between R and Q. By this case 1a and 2a will be cancelled. S does not face same directions as N. M does not face south direction. From this condition Case – 1 is cancelled. Those who sit at extreme ends do not face same direction.
So final arrangement will be-

Q10.Ans(C)

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