Reasoning Ability Practice Questions for IBPS Clerk Mains – Set 7

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Reasoning Ability Practice Questions for IBPS Clerk Mains – Set 7
Directions (1 – 5): Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given beside:
Six students Akshit, Bansi, Chitresh, Darpan, Emaan and Falak are sitting around a circular table facing towards the center of the table in a library. They read different comics like Billoo, Chacha Chaudhary, Krishna, Spider man, Bhokal and Takshak but not necessarily in the same order. They are wearing T-shirts of different colors, i.e. white, violet, green, red, yellow and blue but not necessarily in the same order.
The students, who read Billoo, Krishna and Bhokal, are neither in white T-shirt nor in Violet. The students who are in green and yellow T-shirts have neither read Billoo nor Krishna comics. Akshit is neither in white T-shirt nor on the immediate left of the one who reads Spider man comics. The only student who is between Emaan and Falak reads Chacha Chaudhary comics. The one who is on the immediate left side of the student who is in white T-shirt does not read Takshak comics. Darpan reads Spider man comics and the color of his T-shirt is green, he is facing the student who reads Chacha Chaudhary comics. The One who reads Billoo comics is seated opposite to the student wearing blue T-shirt, while the student whose T-shirt is of green color is on the immediate left of the student who reads Bhokal comics. One who reads Takshak comics is on the immediate right of the student in white T-shirt but on the immediate left of the student who reads Krishna comics. Chitresh does not read Krishna comics while Falak does not read Billoo comics.
1. Who among the following is in white T-shirt?
a) Chitresh
b) Emaan
c) Bansi
d) Darpan
e) None of these
2. The only student, who is between Darpan and Falak, is wearing T-shirt of which color?
a) Red
b) Blue
c) Violet
d) Yellow
e) None of these
3. Who among the following read Bhokal comics?
a) Akshit
b) Bansi
c) Chitresh
d) Emaan
e) None of these
4. Which of the following is correctly matched?
a) Akshit-Yellow-Spider man
b) Bansi-Red-Krishna
c) Emaan-Red-Billoo
d) Falak-Violet-Bhokal
e) None of these
5. The color of the T-shirt of the student, who reads Takshak comics, is?
a) Red
b) Yellow
c) Blue
d) Violet
e) None of these
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given beside:
In a certain code language,
‘Princess Halloween Rich Heart’ is written as ‘?PI, !BE, /NA, %LE’
‘Adventure Business Luck Needed’ is written as ‘?VU, !JU, %LE, \HD ’
‘American Happiness Dreams Beautiful’ is written as ‘%BC, !XF, \LA, !LE’
‘Star Shines Heaven Falls’ is written as ‘\BV, \LN, ?JT, /LL’
6. What is the code of the word ‘Beautiful’?
a) %BC
b) !XF
c) \LA
d) !LE
e) None of these
7. ‘/LL’ is the code for which of the following word?
a) Star
b) Shines
c) Heaven
d) Falls
e) None of these
8. What is the code of the word ‘Adventure’?
a) !JU
b) %JU
c) \HD
d) ?VU
e) None of these
9. What is the code for the word ‘Happiness Needed’?
a) ?VU, !XF
b) %JU, %BC
c) \HD, \LA
d) !JU, !LE
e) None of these
10. What is the code for the word ‘Wisdom’?
a) /ZD
b) \DZ
c) /DZ
d) \ZD
e) None of these
Directions (11 – 12): Read the below given information carefully and answer the question given beside:
In a certain coded language,
@ means East
# means West
$ means North
% means South
Here, P@Q means Q is to the East of P
Q@P means P is to the East of Q.
Note: if two symbols are given simultaneously then we will consider both the directions.
For example,
P$@Q means Q is to the North-East of P
Q$@P means P is to the North-East of Q
11. Ramu starts from point A and after walking 3km in $ direction stops at point B after that he starts walking in @ for 4km he stops at point C then he again starts walking in $ for 3km and reaches point D and turns 135° left. Now, how much he needs to walk in the same direction he is facing now to reach point B again?
a) 3 km
b) (27)^1/2 km
c) 5 km
d) 9 km
e) Can’t be determined
12. Reema starts from point X and walks 5 km % then she turns towards @ walks 2 km after that she walks 2 km in $ then after walking for another 2 km in @ direction stops at point Z Now what is the direction of point X with respect to point Z?
a) @
b) #
c) $@
d) $#
e) None of these
Directions (13 – 15): Read the below given information carefully and answer the question given beside:
There are 7 family members Ramu, Shamu, Damu, Gonu, Kaku, Lalu and Manu going in a car for a picnic in which there are 2 married couples. Shamu is the sister of Ramu who is maternal grandson of Kaku. The mother of Gonu has 2 maternal grandchildren. Damu is sister-in-law of Manu. Manu is father of Ramu and Lalu is a Female. Both Gonu and Damu are born of same parents.
13. How is maternal granddaughter of Kaku related to Damu?
a) Daughter
b) Niece
c) Son
d) Nephew
e) Can’t be determined
14. How many female members were there in the car?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4
e) Can’t be determined
15. How is Damu’s brother-in-law related to Lalu?
a) Son-in law
b) Son
c) Grandson
d) Brother
e) Can’t be determined


Solutions:
(1 – 5):

1. A)   2. B)   3. A)   4. C)   5. D)  
(6 – 10): Each of the symbols in the code represents the number of letters in its corresponding word.
No. of letters
Symbol
4
?
5
/
6
\
8
%
9
!
For example, number of letters in ‘Rich’ are 4. Hence, the symbol is ‘?’.
The second letter in the code can be obtained by multiplying the numerical position of last letter of the word (of which we want to find the code of) by 2. And if the value obtained is less than or equal to 26 then the code would the alphabet whose numerical position in the alphabetical series is same as the value obtained. But if the obtained value is more than 26 then firstly we will subtract the value by 26 and after we will use the above operation.
For example, last letter in the ‘Rich’ is ‘H’ the numerical position of ‘H’ is 8 and if we multiply 8 by 2 we get 16 which is less than 26. Now, we know that the numerical position of ‘P’ in alphabetical series is 16. Hence, the letter is ‘P’.
The last letter of each code denotes the third letter from right end of its corresponding word.
For example, the third letter from left end in ‘Rich’ is ‘I’. Hence, the letter is ‘I’.
6. B)   7. D)   8. A)   9. E)   10. D)  
11. C)   12. D)
(13 – 15):

13. B)   14. D)   15. A)