Reasoning Test for SBI Clerk Prelims 2021 Exam set – 11

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given beside:

In a certain code language,

‘They do usual things’ is written as ‘ne tz iq dp’
‘Doing good deeds always’ is written as ‘ge qd dp yc’
‘They hate evil deeds’ is written as ‘um ol qd tz’
‘Some people like evil good’ is written as ‘yc rc um tl zp’

  1. 1. Which of the following is the code for ‘Always’ in the given code language?
    qd
    ge
    dp
    zp
    none of these
    Option B

     

  2. Which of the following is the code for ‘Like Some People’ in the given code language?
    yc rc tl
    um zp yc
    rc tl zp
    Either A or B
    None of these
    Option C

     

  3. What does the code ‘ol’ stands for in the given code language?
    people
    hate
    like
    we
    evil
    Option B

     

  4. What is the code for “usual evil things”?
    ne iq um
    iq tz ne
    iq ol um
    either B or C
    None of these
    Option A

     

  5. Advika goes to the departmental store, which is to the North of her house, 6 km away by an auto. After the shopping she decides to visit her friend Ayushi, Hence turns to the right and reaches her friend’s house which is 8 km away. From there she visits a shop which is 6 km away, taking a right turn. Finally, she turns to the right and phones up to the house to send the car.

  6. How far is Advika from her house?
    6km
    10km
    8km
    12km
    none of these
    Option C

     

  7. In what direction should the driver take the car to pick up Ananya to bring her back?
    West
    East
    south
    north
    none of these
    Option B

     

  8. Directions: In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statement. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Choose the correct answer on the basis of information given below.

  9. Statements: T < K , Z < M ≤ T , B > Z , R ≤ K

    Conclusions: T < B , R > T

    Only conclusion I follows
    Only conclusion II follows
    Either conclusion I or II follows
    Neither conclusion I nor II follows
    Both conclusion I and II follows
    Option D

     

  10. Statements: T ≥ H > A , E < A = P , H ≥ B , T ≤ G Conclusions: G = I , G > I
    only conclusion I follows
    only conclusion II follows
    Either conclusion I or II follows
    Neither conclusion I nor II follows
    Both conclusion I and II follows
    Option C

     

  11. Statements: I ≥ H > M , Q < M = P , H ≥ B , I ≤ G Conclusions: P < I , G > B
    only conclusion I follows
    only conclusion II follows
    Either conclusion I or II follows
    Neither conclusion I nor II follows
    Both conclusion I and II follows
    Option A

     


  12. Statements: X > W , M = X < M , T < S , G ≥ T Conclusions: G > S , W< M
    only conclusion I follows
    only conclusion II follows
    Either conclusion I or II follows
    Neither conclusion I nor II follows
    Both conclusion I and II follows
    Option B

     


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