# IBPS Clerk Main: Reasoning Day 13

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Directions (1 – 5): An arrangement machine, when given an input line of numbers/words, rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement :

Input : down delusion 87 21 pat ignorance 56 35 fight 25
Step I : ignorance down delusion 87 21 pat 56 35 fight 25
Step II : ignorance delusion down 87 21 pat 56 35 fight 25
Step III : ignorance delusion fight down 87 21 bat 56 35 25
Step IV : ignorance delusion fight down pat 87 21 56 35 25
Step V : ignorance delusion fight down pat 87 56 21 35 25
Step VI : ignorance delusion fight down pat 87 56 35 21 25
Step VII : ignorance delusion fight down pat 87 56 35 25 21

Since the numbers/words are already arranged, the machine stops after this step. Otherwise the machine may carry on its logic until the numbers get fully arranged. Study the logic and answer the questions that follow:

1. For the input “right forest sat moon 21 costliest infrastructure 43 27 48 76” which step number is the following output:
infrastructure costliest forest right moon sat 43 21 27 48 76

A) III
B) IV
C) V
D) There is no such step
E) None of these
D) There is no such step
Explanation:

Infrastructure – 14 letters, costliest – 9 letters, forest – 6 letters, right – 5 letters, moon – 4 letters, sat – 3 letters
Input : right forest sat moon 21 costliest infrastructure 43 27 48 76
Step I : infrastructure right forest sat moon 21 costliest 43 27 48 76
Step II : infrastructure costliest right forest sat moon 21 43 27 48 76
Step III : infrastructure costliest forest right sat moon 21 43 27 48 76
Step IV : infrastructure costliest forest right moon sat 21 43 27 48 76
Step V : infrastructure costliest forest right moon sat 76 21 43 27 48
and so on

2. Which step number if the last step of the above input?
A) V
B) VI
C) VII
D) VIII
E) None of these
D) VIII
Explanation:

Step V : infrastructure costliest forest right moon sat 76 21 43 27 48
Step VI : infrastructure costliest forest right moon sat 76 48 21 43 27
Step VII : infrastructure costliest forest right moon sat 76 48 43 21 27
Step VIII : infrastructure costliest forest right moon sat 76 48 43 27 21

3. In step IV of above input, if ‘costliest’ is related to ‘43’ and ‘forest’ is related to ‘27’, then to which of the following is ‘48’ related to?
A) moon
B) right
C) sat
D) infrastructure
E) Cannot be determined
B) right
Explanation:

In 4th step, right is 4th word and 48 is 4th number

4. Which of the following step is step IV of Input” crown 34 star 56 47 cannot determined 66 highest”?
A) determined highest cannot crown star 56 34 47 66
B) determined highest cannot crown 34 star 56 47 66
C) determined highest cannot crown star 66 34 56 47
D) determined highest cannot crown star 34 56 47 66
E) None of these
D) determined highest cannot crown star 34 56 47 66
Explanation:

Input: crown 34 star 56 47 cannot determined 66 highest
Step I: determined crown 34 star 56 47 cannot 66 highest
Step II: determined highest crown 34 star 56 47 cannot 66
Step III: determined highest cannot crown 34 star 56 47 66
Step IV: determined highest cannot crown star 34 56 47 66

5. Which of the following is last step of above input?
A) determined highest cannot star crown 66 56 47 34
B) determined highest cannot crown star 34 56 47 66
C) determined highest cannot crown star 66 56 47 34
D) determined highest crown cannot star 34 56 47 66
E) determined highest crown cannot star 56 47 66 34
C) determined highest cannot crown star 66 56 47 34
Explanation:

There is no need to write all steps in this.

6. Statements: All cups are bottles. Some bottles are jugs. No jug is plate. Some plates are tables.
Conclusions:
I. Some jugs are tables.
II. Some bottles are not tables.
III. No cup is plate.
A) All follow
B) Only II follows.
C) Only II and III follow
D) Only III follows
E) None of these
E) None of these
Explanation:

None follows.   I and III not definite
II – all bottles are tables is a possibility, so II does not follow.

7. Statements: All rockets are poles. Some poles are trams. Some trams are ropes. All ropes are tents.
Conclusions:
I. All tents are trams is a possibility.
II. Some tents are trams
III. All ropes are rockets is a possibility.
A) Only II follows
B) Only II and III follow
C) Only I and II follow
D) All follow
E) None of these
D) All follow
Explanation:

II is definite, and as there is no negative statement given, so all possibilities follow.

8. Statements: All stones are hammers. No hammer is ring. Some rings are doors. All doors are windows.
Conclusions:
I. Some doors being stones is a possibility.
II. No ring is stone.
III. All windows are hammers is a possibility.
A) Only II follows
B) Only II and III follow
C) Only I and II follow
D) All follow
E) None of these
C) Only I and II follow
Explanation:

I is a possibility, II is definite. III will make some rings as hammers which is not possible.

9. Statements: During Christmas eve, above 120 Dalits including 20 women and children of Manijapur village converted to Christianity.
Courses of action:
I. All the persons should be issued summons by the court.
II. A ritual ceremony should be organized to again convert these people to Dalits
A) Only I follows
B) Only II follows
C) Both I and II follow
D) Either I or II follow
E) Neither I nor II follow
E) Neither I nor II follow
Explanation:

None of these is an action that should definitely be taken.

10. Statements: 3 persons of an upper-caste family died of hunger in state X.
Course of action:
I. The remaining members of the family should be listed under below poverty line (BPL) scheme.
II. A committee should be constituted to find out the reasons which caused them hunger and suggest ways to restrict such deaths,
A) Only I follows
B) Only II follows
C) Both I and II follow
D) Either I or II follow
E) Neither I nor II follow
B) Only II follows
Explanation:

I should not be a course of action until actual reasons are find out which caused them hunger,

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