# IBPS PO MAINS 2018: Reasoning Questions – Practice Problems – 1

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D.1-5) Study the following information carefully to answers the given questions.

In a building which has seven floors from 1 to 7 such that ground floor is numbered 1, the above floor is numbered 2 and so on. Seven friends Tapti, Lachie, Padma, Rachana, Bairavi, Mathew and William are living in different floors and Each one of them uses different type of Currency. i.e. Lev, Franc, Dollar, Pound, Krone, Euro and Yen but not necessarily in the same order.

Only three persons live between Padma and the one who uses Lev. Tapti lives on an odd number floor but not on floor numbered 3. The One who uses Euro lives immediately above Tapti. The one who uses Lev lives on one of the odd numbered floor and above Rachana’s floor. The one who uses Franc lives immediately above of one who uses dollar. The one who uses Yen lives on an odd number floor. Only one person lives between Lachie and the Mathew. The One who uses Pound lives immediately above of Padma. Neither Padma nor Tapti uses Yen. Only two Persons live between Rachana and the one who uses Euro. Lachie lives on one of the floors above one who uses Franc. Bairavi does not live in top most floor.

Q.1) Who lives on the top most floor?

a) The one who uses the pound

b) The one who uses yen

c) The one who uses dollar

d) The one who uses euro

e) None of these

Q.2) Which of the following combination is true?

a) Lachie-Lev

b) Mathew-Euro

d) Rachana-Yen

e) None is true

Q.3) Four of the following five are like in a certain way, find the one which does not belong to the group?

b) Rachana

c) Tapti

d) William

e) Lachie

Q.4) Who lives immediately above of the one whose currency is Krone?

a) Rachana

b) Bairavi

c) Tapti

d) Lachie

e) None of these

Q.5) How many people lives between the one whose currency is Pound and the one whose currency is Euro?

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) Four

e) None of these

D.6-10) Study the following information carefully to answer these questions.

Kaden, Samantha, Wesley, Gajrup and Quaid are like different types of chocolate namely five star, diary milk, milky bar, fruit-nut and lollipop. And they are from different cities Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Kerala and they work in different banks namely SBI, RBI, IOB, UBI and BOB but not necessarily in the same order.

Neither Samantha nor Kaden is from Kerala. The One who is from Hyderabad does not work either in IOB or BOB. The one who is from Bangalore works in SBI. Gajrup likes lollipop chocolate. Neither Kaden nor Wesley is from Kerala and Hyderabad. The one who likes Lollipop works in UBI and the one who likes diary milk chocolate works in IOB. Samantha works in IOB. The one who likes Fruit-nut does not work in BOB. The one who is from Mumbai does not work in BOB. The one who is from Kerala is not Quaid. The One who likes Milky bar is Wesley and works in SBI.

Q.6) Which of the following combination is correct?

b) Wesley- SBI- Mumbai-diary milk

c) Gajrup-UBI-Lollipop-Kerala

d) Cannot be determined

e) None of These

Q.7) Quaid works in which of the following bank?

a) IOB

b) SBI

c) BOB

d) RBI

e) None of these

Q.8) The one who likes diary milk is from which city?

a) Chennai

b) Bangalore

c) Kerala

d) Mumbai

e) None of these

Q.9) Who among the following person likes five star?

b) Quaid

c) Wesley

d) Cannot be determined

e) None of these

Q.10) Wesley is from which of the following cities?

b) Kerala

c) Chennai

d) Bangalore

e) None of these

D.11-15) In each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read the statements and Give answer.

Q.11) Seven friends A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in circular table all of the facing centre. Who is third to the left of F?

I. There are two person sits between F and E. B is second to the right of E.

II. A is third to the right of F. B is not an immediate neighbours of C.

III. There are only one person sits between A and G. G and F are not immediate neighbours.

a) Only I and II sufficient

b) Only I and III sufficient

c) Only III sufficient

d) All I, II and III are sufficient

e) All I, II and III are not sufficient

Q.12) Eight friends L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, and S are sitting in a square table four of them sits corner of the table while others sitting sides of the table and all of them are facing the center. Who is sitting opposite to P?

I. S sits opposite to L, who is not an immediate neighbour of M

II. Q sits to the immediate right of P who sits not in the corner of the table.

III. O sits second to the right of L.P is not an immediate neighbour of  both S and L.

a) Only I and II sufficient

b) Only II and III sufficient

c) Only III sufficient

d) Only II and either I or III

e) Only I and III sufficient

Q.13) How many persons sits between A and B if all of them are facing the same direction?

I. A is 17th from the left end. There are 37 persons in the row.

II. How many persons left of B is less the A’s position from the left end.

III. B is 25nd from the right end.

a) Only I and II sufficient

b) Only I and III sufficient

c) Only III sufficient

d) All I, II and III are sufficient

e) All I II and III are not sufficient

Q.14) Point T is which direction with respect to Point R?

I. Point R is 7m south Point Q. Point T is 8m west of Point S.

II. P is 18m south of Point S. Point P is 6m west of Point R.

III. Point U is 8m east of Point R. Point S is 5m south of Point U.

a) Only I and II sufficient

b) Only I and III sufficient

c) Only I and either II or III

d) All I, II and III are sufficient

e) All I II and III are not sufficient

Q.15) Six person A, B, C, D, E, and F are lives six different floors. Who lives lowermost floor.

I. B lives on an even numbered floor. A lives two floors above D lives

II. There are three floors between B and E. C lives below E.

III. There are two floors between C and F. E is not lives topmost floor.

a) Only I and II sufficient

b) Only I and III sufficient

c) Only I and either II or III

d) All I, II and III are sufficient

e) All I II and III are not sufficient.

D.16-18) In each question below statements and followed by five conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements.

Q.16) Statements:

1. All apples are mango
2. All grapes are banana
3. No mango is an orange
4. Ssome grapes are orange.

Conclusions:

1. Some oranges are banana
2. No banana is apple
3. III. All apple are grapes is a possibility
4. All grapes are mango is a possibility
5. Some grapes are not mango.

a) I and IV follow

b) I and III follow

c) I, III and V follow

d) I, IV and V follow

e) Either II or V and III follow

Q.17) Statements:

1. All carrots are cherry
2. Some carrots are broccoli
3. All carrots are endive
4. No endive is fig.

Conclusions:

1. Some figs are cherry is a possibility
2. All endives are broccoli
3. III. Some figs are not broccoli
4. No broccoli is fig is a possibility
5. Some carrots are fig is a possibility

a) I and IV follow

b) I and III follow

c) I, III and V follow

d) I, IV and V follow

e) Either I or IV

Q.18) Statements:

1. Some pens are pencil
2. No pencil is book
3. No paper is pen
4. All book is note.

Conclusions:

1. Some notes are not pen
2. Some papers are book is a possibility
3. III. All pens are book is a possibility
4. Some pens are not note
5. No paper is pencil.

a) I and IV follow

b) I and III follow

c) I, III and V follow

d) I, IV and V follow

e) Only II follow

D.19-20) In this questions below are three conclusions followed by four set of statements. You have to choose the correct set of statements that logically satisfies given conclusions

Q.19) Conclusions:

1. Some memory cards are not mobile
2. Some power banks are not sim card
3. A few data cards are mobiles

Statements:

a) All mobiles are sim card, no sim card is memory card, no sim card is data card, no data card is power bank.

b) All mobiles are sim card, no sim card is memory card, some data card are powerbank, all sim card are data card

c) All mobiles are sim card, no sim card is memory card, no data card is power bank, all sim cards are data card.

d) All mobiles are sim card, some sim cards are memory card, no data card is power bank, all sim card are power bank.

e) None of these

Q.20) Conclusions:

1. Some lotuses are not rose
2. Some Irish are lily is a possibility
3. Some lilies are not lotus

Statements:

a) All lilies are jasmine, some roses are lily, no jasmine is lotus, some lotus is Irish

b) All lilies are rose, all roses are Irish, no lotus is Irish. Some jasmines are lotus

c) All roses are lily, all lilies are jasmine, no jasmine is lotus, some lotuses are not Irish.

d) All roses are lily, all lilies are jasmine, some jasmines are lotus, some lotuses are not Irish.

e) None of these

Answers for the above questions will be available in the list provided below.

Explanation :

D.1-5)

 7 William Yen 6 Lachie Euro 5 Tapti Lev 4 Mathew Franc 3 Rachana Dollar 2 Bairavi Pound 1 Padma Krone

1. (b)

2. (c)

3. (e)

4. (b)

5. (c)

D.6-10)

 Kaden Chennai Five Star BOB Samantha Mumbai Dairy Milk IOB Wesley Bangalore Milky Bar SBI Gajrup Kerala Lollipop UBI Quaid Hyderabad Fruit and Nut RBI

6. (c)

7. (d)

8. (d)

9. (a)

10. (d)

11. (a)

From I and II,

12. (e)

I and III

13. (b)

I and III

14. (c)

I and II

I and III

15. (d)

All I, II, III

6 – B

5 – A

4 – F

3 – D

2 – E

1 – C

16. (c)

I. True

II. False

III. True

IV. False

V. True

17. (a)

I. True

II. False

III. False

IV. True

V. False

18. (e)

I. False

II. True

III. False

IV. False

V. False

19. (c)

20. (c)