# IBPS RRB Officer Scale I Prelims Exam 2017 Slot 2 Review, Analysis, and Questions asked in Exam

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### Quadratic Equation questions asked in Slot 2 IBPS RRB Officer Scale I Prelims

D.11-15) In each of these questions, two equations (I) and (II) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer.

Q.11) I.x2-10x+24=0

II.〖2y〗^2-14y+24=0

a)x> y

b)x< y

c) x ≥ y

d) x ≤ y

e) x = y or relation cannot be established between ‘x’ and ‘y’.

Q.12)

x2-7x+12=0

2y2-24y+64 = 0

a)x> y

b)x< y

c) x ≥ y

d) x ≤ y

e) x = y or relation cannot be established between ‘x’ and ‘y’.

Q.13)

x2-13x+42=0

Y2= 36

a)x> y

b)x< y

c) x ≥ y

d) x ≤ y

e) x = y or relation cannot be established between ‘x’ and ‘y’.

Q.14)

x2+16x+160=0

2y2+23y+65=0

a)x> y

b)x< y

c) x ≥ y

d) x ≤ y

e) x = y or relation cannot be established between ‘x’ and ‘y’.

Q.15)

2x2+9x+10=0

4y2+8y+4=0

a)x> y

b)x< y

c) x ≥ y

d) x ≤ y

e) x = y or relation cannot be established between ‘x’ and ‘y’.

### Explanations

Q.11) c

I.X= 6, 4

II.Y= 8/2, 6/2 = 4,3

x ≥ y

Q.12) d

I. x= 4, 3

II.Y= 8/2, 16/2= 4,8

Hence,  x ≤ y

Q.13) c

I. x= 6, 7

II.Y= +6,-6

x ≥ y

Q.14) e

I.X= -10,-6

II.y= -10/2, -13/2 = -5, -6.5

Hence, relation cannot be established between ‘x’ and ‘y’.

Q.15) b

I. x= -5/2, -4/2 = -2.5, -2

II. y=-4/4, -4/4 = -1, -1

Hence, x<y

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Q.16) A bag contains 6 white balls, 4 blue balls and 5 green balls. Two balls are taken at random, what is the probability that none of them is green balls?

a) 4/7

b) 3/7

c) 2/7

d) 1/3

e) 1/2

Q.18) Train A running in opposite direction of train B, is 300m long crosses train B in 20 seconds and their sum of speed is 35m/sec. What is the difference between their speeds?

a) 200m

b) 300m

c) 400m

d) 100m

e) 700m

Q.19) Five years ago, the age of A is 20 years. Two years from now, the Ratio of A and B’s age is 3:4. What is the present age of B?

a) 28 years

b) 38 years

c) 40 years

d) 36 years

e) 34 years

Q.20) A,B and C’s total investment is Rs.200000. The investment of A is 15000 more than the investment of C and the investment of B is 5000 more than the investment of C. They invest in the same period. If the total profit is 16000 then what is the share of A?

a) Rs.4800

b) Rs.6000

c) Rs.7200

d) Rs.4000

e) Rs.3000

### Explanations:

Q.16) b

Required probability = (10C_2)/(15C_2 )=3/7

Q.18) d

From the questions,

(x+300)/20=35

X= 400m

Required difference = 400-300= 100m

Q.19) e

The present age of A = 20+5= 25 years

From the ratio,

B’s present age = ( 27/3×4-2)=34 years

Q.20) b

From the questions,

Let the investment of C is x

X+5000+x+15000+x= 200000

3x= 180000

X= Rs.60000

Investment ratio of A,B and C

75000: 65000: 60000=> 15: 13:12

Required profit =  15/40×16000=Rs.6000

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1. Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G were born on different month viz. February, March, June, August, September, October and December.A was born on one of the months before May month. There are two persons born between A and E. D was born one of the months before G, in the month has 30 days. No one was born between D and G. C was born one of the months after F, in the month has 31 days. No one was born between C and F.

SOLUTION :

 February B March A June D August G September E October F December C

Q.1) If all the letters in the word KITCHEN is arranged alphabetically from left then how many letters remains in the same position?

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D.2-6) Eight boxes A, B, C, D, J, K, L, and M arranged one above another but not necessarily in the same order. Only two boxes are arranged between Box M and Box D. Box K is arranged immediately below Box C. Three boxes are arranged between Box K and B. Box D is arranged below M but not arranged on the bottom. As many boxes are there between Box C and A as between Box C and J. Box J is not arranged immediately above L but one of the places above L.

M

B

J

D

C

K

A

L

## Syllogism Questions Asked in Reasoning section in SLOT 2 of IBPS RRB SCALE I OFFICER PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION 2017

### (Courtesy: Ms. Suganya B)

Q.1) Statement:

No fight is battle. All battles are war. Some war is quarrel.

Conclusion:

1. All fights can never be war. (false)
2. No battle is quarrel. (false)

Q.2) Statement:

Some rivers are water. All water is travel. All travel is journey.

Conclusion:

1. All rivers are travel. (false)
2. Some journey is river. (true)

Q.3) Statement:

Some benches are chair. All chairs are table. No chair is seat.

Conclusion:

1. Some seats are a table. (false)
2. All benches can never be seat. (true)

Q.4) Statement:

No fight is a battle. All battles are war. Some war is a quarrel.

Conclusion:

1. All quarrels are fight is a possibility. (true)
2. No fight is war. (false)

D.1-5) Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

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Q.1) Statements:

C≥F=D>E<H; A≥J>D=B.

Conclusions:

1. B≤C (True)
2. E>J (False)

Q.2) Statements:

K>M=Q≤S<L=N; O<J≤Q=P

Conclusions:

1. M>O (True)
2. L>K (False)

Q.3) Statement:

C≥M=E≥R≥S=F>L.

Conclusions:

1. F=C

II.C>F

Either I or II

Q.4) Statements:

P>W≥M=L≤R; X<S≤L>D.

Conclusions:

1. M≤D (False)
2. W≥S (True)

Q.5) Statements:

N≤W<F=K≥L=H≥E>U.

Conclusions:

1. K≥N (False)
2. F>E (False)

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The following table shows the number of students who appeared and of them, the percentage of students who passed, in respect of physics and chemistry exams during various years.

 years Physics Chemistry Number of students appeared Percentage of students passed Number of students appeared Percentage of students passed 2012 480 35% 240 40% 2013 300 50% 250 30% 2014 350 40% 300 35% 2015 500 25% 380 50% 2016 640 30% 400 35%

D.6-10) Study the following graph and answer the given questions:

The pie chart shows the percentage distribution of the number of employees among various departments in the company ‘RST’

### (Courtesy: Ms. Kanimozhi)

D.11-15) Study the following graph and answer the given questions:

### (Courtesy: Mr. Selvaraj)

The line graph shows the number of male and female passengers flying on six different days

Simplification:

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Q.16) 784.17+1724.89- 984.24= X% of 75

Q.17) 78% of 4500+ 894.12-1345.34=x+1234.97

Q.18)

Q.19)

Q.20) 30% of 7799.9+ 40% of 7449.82- 4449.7= x

D.6-10) Study following information carefully and answer the given questions.

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Eight persons J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are sitting in a circular table. Some of them are facing centre and some of them are facing away from the centre.

Three persons sit between O and N. M is sitting second to the right of N. M faces inside the centre. K is sitting third to the right of N. Q is sitting third to the right of K. L is sitting second to the left of J. J is not an immediate neighbours of N. Immediate neighbours of P faces same direction. L and P are facing opposite direction of O. O faces same direction as M. Immediate neighbours of L faces opposite direction.

Solution for the above question

### (Courtesy: Ms. Suganya B)

Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel row in such a way that persons sitting one row faces persons sit in the other row. O, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting in row 1 faces south. E, F, G, I, J and K are sitting in row 2 faces north.

Three persons sitting between R and T. R sits at one of the ends of the row. One who sits immediate left of J faces T. More than two persons sit between P and O. More than one person sits between P and Q. More than two people sit between one faces P and K. G is not an immediate neighbour of K. E is not an immediate neighbour of F and J. One who sits third to the right of S faces I. K does not sit at the end of the row.

R        O       Q       S        T        P

I        K        E        G       F        J

Q.6) What should come in place of question mark?

YZ    XW   UT   QP    ?

IBPS RRB Scale I Prelims 2017 Exam Analysis:

Exam Pattern

 Sr. No. Name of Tests No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration 2 Numerical Ability 40 40 Composite time of 45 Minutes 3 Reasoning Ability 40 40 Total 80 80

## Quantitative Aptitude Review Of IBPS RRB Scale I Prelims Slot 2(40  Questions – 40 Marks)

Best Attempt – 30

Good Attempt – 23-26

Simplification 5 – Simple
Number Series – 5 (half pattern – 2, level difference -1 , multiplication -1 , Simple -1)
Quadratic Equation – 5 (Easier Level)
Data Interpretation – 3 (Easy level -1 & Difficult Level -1  , Moderate Level -1)
Miscellaneous – 10

In the Quantitative Aptitude section , the no new pattern questions were asked and the easy level and many candidates have felt the exam was in the easier level and the best attempt in the quants section were predominantly 30. If you have answered above 30 then it is in the exceptional level.

Further, the questions of the Quants section and the reasoning section will be updated soon.

## Logical Reasoning Review Of IBPS RRB Scale I  Prelims  Slot 2(40  Questions – 40 Marks)

No New pattern questions were asked. You can easily attempt 30 marks in section.

Best Attempt – 30

Good Attempt – 24

The questions were in the easier level and only the puzzle had some difficulty to solve , apart from that other topics in the reasoning section were easy.
MOT – 5 ( Direct -2,  Indirect -3)
Syllogism -5 (Old Pattern )
Coding Decoding -5
Miscellaneous -5 (alphabetical -1, NUMBER -2, ALPHANUMERIC -1, MEANINBGDU QORDS -1)
Puzzle – 4 (Box Based, Monthly based (7 MEMBERS), Linear -1 (12 people sitting north and South), Circle -1

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### IBPS RRB SCALE I OFFICER PRELIMS CUTOFF MARKS

The individual cutoff marks for the quantitative and the reasoning section in the Scale I officer prelims exam. Note that the overall cutoff marks differ from the addition of these two sections.

 CATEGORY MAXIMUM MARKS GENERAL OBC SC REASONING 40 15.00 10.75 10.75 QUANTITATIVE 40 12.25 8.50 8.50