Reasoning Test for IBPS Clerk 2018 Prelim Exam Set – 31

Directions (1-5): Read the following information carefully to answer the questions:

7 bankers A , B , C ,D ,E ,F and G all are staying in a seven storey building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered 1, and the topmost floor is numbered 7. They all belongs to different banks i.e. SBI , PNB , VIJAYA , DENA , IOB , OBC and IDBI but not necessarily in the same order. More than three persons lives above C. Only one person lives between C and D. Only three persons lives between the one who belongs to PNB and the one who belongs to IDBI, who lives on an odd numbered floor but below the one who belongs to PNB. C does not belong to IDBI. A belongs to DENA and lives on the topmost floor of the building. More than three persons lives between A and the one who belongs to OBC. Only one person lives between E and F, who belongs to VIJAYA. D does not belong to PNB. The one who belongs to SBI lives one of the floor above the one who belongs to IOB but not immediately above. Neither D nor F belongs to IOB. B lives on one of the odd numbered floor above G.

  1. Who among the following lives on second floor?
    G
    B
    D
    E
    F
    Option A

     

  2. Who among the following belongs to IOB?
    A
    B
    D
    C
    G
    Option D

     

  3. Who among the following lives on the 5th floor?
    B
    G
    E
    F
    Cannot be determined
    Option A

     

  4. Who among the following belongs to SBI?
    F
    G
    A
    E
    None of these
    Option D

     

  5. Who among the following lives immediately below the one who belongs to OBC?
    A
    The one who belongs to VIJAYA
    The one who belongs to IDBI
    D
    Both c and d
    Option E

     

  6. Directions (6-10): In the following questions, the symbols @, #, %, $ and * are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

    ‘Y @ Z’ means ‘Y is not smaller than Z’
    ‘Y # Z’ means ‘Y is neither smaller than nor equal to Z’
    ‘Y % Z’ means ‘Y is neither smaller than nor greater than Z’
    ‘Y $ Z’ means ‘Y is not greater than Z’
    ‘Y * Z’ means ‘Y is neither greater than nor equal to Z’

  7. STATEMENTS: Mm%Nn, Nn$Oo, Oo*Pp, Kk$Pp
    CONCLUSIONS :
    a)Mm%Oo
    b)Oo#Mm

    If only conclusion a is true
    If only conclusion b is true
    If either conclusion a or b is true
    If neither conclusion a nor bis true
    If both conclusions a and b are true
    Option C

     

  8. STATEMENTS: Ceon%Daryl, Elvish*Farah, Aks#Ceon, Daryl@Elvish CONCLUSIONS :
    a)Aks # Elvish
    b)Daryl @ Aks

    If only conclusion a is true
    If only conclusion b is true
    If either conclusion a or b is true
    If neither conclusion a nor b is true
    If both conclusions a and b are true
    Option A

     

  9. STATEMENTS: Di@Ei, Bi#Ci, Ci%Di, Ai#Bi
    CONCLUSION :
    a)Ci # Ei
    b)Ci % Ei

    If only conclusion a is true
    If only conclusion b is true
    If either conclusion a or b is true
    If neither conclusion a nor b is true
    If both conclusions a and b are true
    Option C

     

  10. STATEMENTS: Xeon@Yami, Varsha$Weon, Udita*Varsha, Weon*Xeon CONCLUSION :
    a)Udita $ Xeon
    b)Xeon % Varsha

    If only conclusion a is true
    If only conclusion b is true
    If either conclusion a or b is true
    If neither conclusion a nor b is true
    If both conclusions a and b are true
    Option D

     

  11. STATEMENTS: Mz%Nz, Nz$Oz, Oz@Pz, Lz*Mz
    CONCLUSION :
    a)Mz @ Pz
    b)Oz # Lz

    If only conclusion a is true
    If only conclusion b is true
    If either conclusion a or b is true
    If neither conclusion a nor b is true
    If both conclusions a and b are true
    Option B

     


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