We are sharing some of the memory based questions from Reasoning section asked in **IBPS RRB PO (Scale-I) Main Exam held on 5th November 2017**.

**Directions (1 – 5): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below. (5 questions)**

A number arrangement machine when given an input of words/numbers, rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and steps of rearrangement.

Input: arty 36 doty 59 86 jasy bossy 25 fogy 41 ready 20

Step 1: 201 arty 36 doty 59 86 jasy bossy fogy 41 ready 252

Step 2: artily 201 36 doty 59 86 jasy fogy 41 ready 252 bossily

Step 3: 363 artily 201 doty 59 86 jasy fogy ready 252 bossily 414

Step 4: dotily 363 artily 201 59 86 jasy ready 252 bossily 414 fogily

Step 5: 594 dotily 363 artily 201 jasy ready 252 bossily 414 fogily 865

Step 5: jasily 594 dotily 363 artily 201 252 bossily 414 fogily 865 readily

This is the final arrangement and step 6 is the last step for this input.

**Input: 70 nosy 94 angry 27 hungry 12 grumpy lazy 63 42 sorry**

- What is the position of ‘sorry’ in step 4 from right end?

A) 7th

B) 9th

C) 5th

D) 4th

E) 8th

- In step 5, if ‘sorry’ is related to ‘angrily’ in the same way as in step 3, ‘272’ is related to ‘hungry’ in a certain way, then in step 6, ‘634’ is related to which of the following in the same way?

A) angrily

B) 272

C) sorrily

D) 121

E) None of these

- What is the sum of numbers – 5th from the left end in step 2 and 4th from the right end in step 4?

A) 358

B) 343

C) 366

D) 365

E) 339

- In which of the following step number do the words/numbers ‘nosy sorry 272 grumpily’ occur together?

A) 2

B) 4

C) 3

D) 5

E) There is no such step

- How many words/numbers are there between ‘angrily’ and ‘grumpily’ in step 4?

A) Two

B) Six

C) Three

D) Five

E) Two

**Directions (6-8):** ‘A’ walks 10 km north from point Q to reach point H. He takes a left turn and walks 9 k to reach point S. On the other side, ‘B’ walks 5 km north from point Y to reach point J. Point Y is 9 km east from point Q. Next ‘B’ turns to his right and reached point D. Also ‘A’ turned left from point S and reached point M after walking 5 km.**(3 questions)**

- What is the difference between points M and J?

A) 10 km

B) 26 km

C) 18 km

D) 12 km

E) Cannot be Determined

- If ‘B’ walks 4 km east from point Y, then he is in which direction with respect to point D?

A) South

B) North-west

C) North-east

D) North

E) South-west

- What is the shortest distance between points Q and D?

A) √194 km

B) √198 km

C) √197 km

D) √196 km

E) √195 km

**Directions (9-10):** In each of the following questions, a question is followed by two statements. Read all the statements and find that which statements are required to answer the question and answer accordingly. **(5 questions)**

- What is the code of ‘she’ in a certain code language?

**statement I:**In a certain coding language ‘she fondly ate apples’ is written as ‘du ki aj op’, ‘she fondly ate apples’ is written as ‘op ki du sp’.

**statement II:**In a certain coding language ‘he cut the apples’ is written as ‘ki fo sp cf’, ‘she ate the apples’ is written as ‘ki aj fo du’.

A) Only I is sufficient

B) Both I and II are necessary

C) Only II is sufficient

D) Either I or II is sufficient

E) Neither I nor II is sufficient

- Who is tallest among all 6 six friends – A, B, C, D, E and F?

**statement I:**B is taller than C and E both. B is not the tallest. A is taller than E. F is taller than D.

**statement II:**A is shorter than B but taller than E. C is just above B in height among all 6 friends. F is taller than A. E is not the shortest.

A) Only II

B) Only I

C) Neither I nor II

D) Both I and II

E) Either I or II

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bhai oues.9 and 10 nhi aaya smjh kaise hua either or kaise laga

In 9th

From both statements answer can be found, so either or

In 10th Q

From neither statement, answer can be found, so neither