Reasoning Practice Questions for IBPS RRB (Set – 4)

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Reasoning Practice Questions for IBPS RRB (Set – 4)
Directions (1 – 5): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.
In a certain code language:
“can we skip” is written as “& 4 2”.
“we skip this” is written as “$ & 2”.
“that was part” is written as “9 3 5”.
“skip that part” is written as “3 & 9”.
1. What is the code for ‘that‘ ?
A) 3
B) 9
C) 5
D) &
E) Either 3 or 9
2. Which of the following represents ‘we was this‘ ?
A) 3 & 4
B) $ 2 4
C) $ 2 5
D) & 2 3
E) None of these
3. What is the code for ‘skip‘ ?
A) &
B) $
C) 4
D) 2
E) 9
4. Which of the following represents ‘can skip that part‘ ?
A) 2 & 4 9
B) 3 4 9 &
C) 3 5 & 2
D) 2 & 9 3
E) 5 3 $ 9
5. B is 7 metres away in the north of A. A moves 9 metres towards east from the starting point, takes a right turn and walks 2 metres, then takes a left turn and moves 1 metre and finally he takes a left turn and moves 9 metres. Now, how far and in which directions is A from the B?
A) 5 metres East
B) 10 metres West
C) 5 metres West
D) 10 metres East
E) None of these
Direction (6 – 10): In the given questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the conclusions I and II given below the statements is/are definitely truE)
6. Statements: M < K, P < X, P ≥ K, H = M
Conclusions: I. X > H, II. X = H
A) Only I is true
B) Only II is true
C) Either I or II is true
D) Both I and II are true
E) Neither I nor II is true
7. Statements: Z ≤ W, H ≥ Z, Y > H, W < S
Conclusions: I. S > Y, II. Y = W
A) Only I is true
B) Only II is true
C) Either I or II is true
D) Both I and II are true
E) Neither I nor II is true
8. Statements: J > O, C ≥ G, J < G, L ≥ O
Conclusions: I. O = C, II. C > O
A) Only I is true
B) Only II is true
C) Either I or II is true
D) Both I and II are true
E) Neither I nor II is true
9. Statements: T = Y, W ≤ M, T < W, B ≤ Y
Conclusions: I. M > B, II. W ≥ Y
A) Only I is true
B) Only II is true
C) Either I or II is true
D) Both I and II are true
E) Neither I nor II is true
10. Statements: I > B, N > D, I ≥ R, D ≥ X, X = R
Conclusions: I. I > X, II. N > X
A) Only I is true
B) Only II is true
C) Either I or II is true
D) Both I and II are true
E) Neither I nor II is true
Solutions:
1. E)   2. C)   3. A)   4. B)   5. D)   6. A)   7. E)   8. B)   9. A)   10. B)