# RRB PO Prelims Reasoning Ability Quiz – 25

## RRB PO Prelims Reasoning Ability Quiz

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Directions (1-5): Study the given information and answer the following questions:

Eight Politicians – Singh, Sharma, Tiwari, Dubey, Rana, Verma, Yadav and Srivastav are sitting in a circle in a meeting at equal distances. Three Politicians on the circle are facing opposite side and other five are sitting facing the center of the circle. Sharma is sitting to the third right of Verma. Dubey is not near to Srivastav. Tiwari is sitting to the third left of Dubey, and Dubey sits second right of Singh and among these three Politicians one is facing opposite to the center of the circle. Two Politicians are sitting between Srivastav and Rana and two are sitting between Verma and Rana. Tiwari is sitting to the second left of Yadav, who is facing the center of the circle. Rana is not opposite to Verma and Tiwari.

1. Which of the following Politicians is facing to the opposite of the center?

(a)     Verma

(b)     Dubey

(c)     Rana

(d)     Sharma

(e)     None of these

Ans. c 1. Who is sitting third to the left of Rana?

(a)     Dubey

(b)     Verma

(c)     Sharma

(d)     Srivastav

(e)     None of these

Ans. b 1. If all the people change their positions with the person sitting opposite to them then who is now sitting second to the left of Dubey?

(a)     Rana

(b)     Singh

(c)     Verma

(d)     Srivastav

(e)     None of these

Ans. a 1. Who is second right to Yadav?

(a)     Verma

(b)     Srivastav

(c)     Sharma or Verma

(d)     Dubey or Sharma

(e)     Srivastav or Dubey

Ans. a 1. How many people are sitting b/w Srivastav and Dubey, counting in anticlockwise direction from Dubey?

(a)     Three

(b)     None

(c)     One

(d)     Two

(e)     None of these

Ans. d Directions (6-10): In these questions, relationship between different elements is. shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statements and select the appropriate answer.

1. Statement: P < L A > M = K E

Conclusions : I. K L   II. P < E

(a) Only conclusion II is true

(b) Either conclusion I or II is true

(c) Both conclusions I and II are true

(d) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

(e) Only conclusion I is true

Ans. d

Exp.

1. K=M<A≥L(False) II.  P<L≤A>M=K≥E(False)
1. Statements : P > R = A < Y; D< A

Conclusions : I. P > D II. D < Y

(a) Both conclusions I and II are true

(b) Only conclusion I is true

(c) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

(d) Either conclusion I or II is true

(e) Only conclusion II is true

Ans. a

Exp.

1. P>R=A>D(True) II.  D<A<Y(True)
1. Statements : P>R= A<Y; D<A

Conclusions : I. P < Y II. R D

(a) Both conclusions I and II are true

(b) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

(c) Only conclusion I is true

(d) Only conclusion II is true

(e) Either conclusion I or II is true

Ans. b

Exp.

1. P>R=A<Y(False) II.  R=A>D(False)
1. Statements : C R>A=S H; R< P< Q

Conclusions : I. C > S II. P < C

(a) Either conclusion I or II is true

(b) Both conclusions I and II are true

(c) Only conclusion II is true

(d) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

(e) Only conclusion I is true

Ans. e

Exp.

1. C≥R>A=S(True) II.  P>R≤C(False)

1. Statements : C R >A=SH; R<P<Q

Conclusions : I. H R II.. R < Q

(a) Both conclusions I and II are true

(b) Only conclusion II is true

(c) Only conclusion I is true

(d) Either conclusion I or II is true

(e) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

Ans. b

Exp.

1. H≥S=A<R(False) II. R<P<Q(True)

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