Mixed Reasoning Questions Set 1 (New Pattern)

We are providing you with the Reasoning New Pattern Questions type of which were asked in SBI PO 2016 and IBPS PO 2016. The type of first 5 questions were asked in SBI PO 2016 and Syllogism New pattern Questions were asked in IBPS PO 2016.

 

Directions (1-5): Each question below contains two rows marked by I and II. The resultant of each row can be found by the rules given below. Answer the question followed by the rows by finding the resultant with the help of following five rules:

1) If a perfect cube is followed by an odd number, then the numbers are needed to be added.
2) If an even number is followed by a prime number, then subtract the second number from the first one.
3) If an odd number is followed by a perfect square, divide the second number by the first one.
4) If an odd number is followed by a non-perfect square, multiply the two numbers.
5) If a composite number is followed by an even number, then the numbers are needed to be added.

  1. I.  6  3  36
    II. x  7   6
    If x is equal to the resultant of the first row, then find the resultant of the second row.
    A) 42
    B) 45
    C) 30
    D) 36
    E) 33
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    Option C

    For row I –
    From rule 2: 6 – 3 = 3
    From rule 3: 36/3 = 12
    Resultant of second row = 12
    So, x = 12
    For row II –
    From rule 2: 12 – 7 = 5
    From rule 4: 5 × 6 = 30
    Resultant of second row = 30
  2. I.    7    6   10
    II. 10  17   35
    Find the multiplication of the resultant of both rows.
    A) 242
    B) 423
    C) 362
    D) 260
    E) 333
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    Option D

    For row I –
    From rule 4: 7 × 6 = 42
    From rule 5: 42 + 10 = 52
    Resultant of second row = 52
    For row II –
    From rule 2: 17 – 10 = 5
    From rule 4: 35 ÷ 7 = 5
    Resultant of second row = 5
    So answer = 52 × 5 = 260
  3. I.  4   4   15
    II. 3   x    3
    If x is equal to the resultant of first row, then find the resultant of second row.
    A) 142
    B) 207
    C) 162
    D) 160
    E) 199
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    Option B

    For row I –
    From rule 5: 4 + 4 = 8
    From rule 1: 8 + 15 = 23
    Resultant of second row = 23
    So x = 23
    For row II –
    From rule 4: 3 × 23 = 69
    From rule 4: 69 × 3 = 207
    Resultant of second row = 207
  4. I.  5   100   4
    II. 8    9      3
    Find the total of the resultant of both rows.
    A) 54
    B) 75
    C) 52
    D) 60
    E) 73
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    Option B

    For row I –
    From rule 3: 100 ÷ 5 = 20
    From rule 5: 20 + 4 = 24
    Resultant of second row = 24
    For row II –
    From rule 1: 8 + 9 = 17
    From rule 4: 17 × 3 = 51
    Resultant of second row = 51
    So answer = 24 + 51 = 75
  5. I.  9   5   25
    II. 4  19  21
    Find the multiplication of the resultant of both rows.
    A) 182
    B) 123
    C) 168
    D) 160
    E) 175
    View Answer
    Option E

    For row I –
    From rule 4: 9 × 5 = 45
    From rule 3: 25 ÷ 45 = 5/9
    Resultant of second row = 5/9
    For row II –
    From rule 2: 19 – 4 = 15
    From rule 4: 15 × 21
    Resultant of second row = 15 × 21
    So answer = 5/9 × 15 × 21 = 175

Directions (6-10): Each questions below contain 2 conclusions followed by statements. Find from which of the statements given, both the conclusions given follow.

  1. Conclusions: All lions are elephants is a possibility. Some cheetahs are lions.
    STATEMENTS:
    A) All lions are cheetahs. All cheetahs are tigers. No tiger is elephant.
    B) Some lions are cheetahs. No cheetah is tiger. No tiger is elephant.
    C) Some lions are cheetahs. All cheetahs are tigers. No cheetah is elephant.
    D) All lions are cheetahs. Some cheetah is tiger. No cheetah is elephant.
    E) None
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    Option B

    You will have to check all the options to find out that which statements make both the conclusions follow.
    Here B) option: Some lions are cheetahs. SO Some cheetahs are lions.
    And there is no relation between lion and elephants, so possibility occurs.
  2. Conclusions: Some cups are bowl. No glass is spoon.
    STATEMENTS:
    A) All glasses are cups. Some glasses are bowls. No bowl is spoon.
    B) Some glasses are cups. Some glasses are bowls. All cups are spoons
    C) All glasses are cups. Some glasses are bowls. No cup is spoons
    D) No glass is cup. All bowls are cups. Some cups are spoons
    E) None
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    Option C

    C) option: Some glasses are cups and No cup is spoons. SO No glass is spoon.
    All glasses are cups. Some glasses are bowls. SO Some cups are bowl.
  3. Conclusions: Some juices are milk. Some tea is juice.
    STATEMENTS:
    A) All milk is water. Some water is juice. Some milk is tea
    B) All milk is juice. No water is juice. All tea is water
    C) All milk is water. All water is juice. All milk is tea
    D) All water is milk. Some water is juice. Some milk is tea.
    E) None
    View Answer
    Option C

  4. Conclusions: All trees are roots is a possibility. Some plants are fruits is a possibility.
    STATEMENTS:
    A) All trees are plants. No plant is fruit. All fruits are roots.
    B) Some trees are plants. Some plants are fruits. No fruit is root.
    C) All trees are fruits. No fruit is root. Some plants are roots.
    D) All trees are plants. All fruits are plants. No plant is root.
    E) None
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    Option A

  5. Conclusions: All woods are table is a possibility. Some classes are woods.
    STATEMENTS:
    A) All chairs are tables. No table is wood. Some woods are classes.
    B) All chairs are tables. No chair is wood. Some woods are classes.
    C) Some chairs are tables. All tables are woods. No chair is class
    D) Some chairs are tables. Some tables are woods. Some tables are classes.
    E) None
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    Option B

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