Hello Aspirants. Welcome to Online Reasoning Section in AffairsCloud.com. Here we are creating question sample in Inequalities, which is common for all the IBPS,SBI exam,RBI,FCI EXAM,SSC EXAM,RAILWAYS and other competitive exams. We have included Some questions that are repeatedly asked in bank exams !!!

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  1. If a meaningful word can be formed using the second, the third, the fifth and the eighth letters of the word COURTIER exactly once, mark the last letter of that word as the answer. If more than one word can be formed mark Q as the answer. If no meaningful word can be formed mark H as the answer.
    1 : R
    2 : T
    3 : H
    4 : U
    5 : Q
    5 : Q words- TOUR ,ROUT

  2. In a code language, if ‘TIGER’ is coded as ‘GRTVI’ and ‘EAGLE’ is coded as ‘VZTOV’, how is the word ‘RABBIT’ coded in that language?
    1 : JZYYRG
    2 : IZYYRG
    3 : IYYZRG
    4 : GRYYZI
    5 : None of these
    2 : IZYYRG

  3. If the digits in the number 6763985142389 are arranged in the ascending order, then how many digits remain in their places?
    1 : Three
    2 : None
    3 : One
    4 : Two
    5 : Four
    4 : Two

  4. In the English alphabet what is the 3rd letter to the left of the 8th letter to the right of the 5th letter to the left of M?
    1 : L
    2 : M
    3 : N
    4 : O
    5 : P
    2 : M

  5. How is A related to R, if A’s mother’s husband’s only daughter’s son is R?
    1 : Mother
    2 : Father
    3 : Uncle
    4 : Aunt
    5 : Cannot be determined
    5 : Cannot be determined

  6. A person in a car started from his house and travelled 6 km North. Then he took a right turn and further travelled 3 km and took a left turn. After travelling 3 km he took a right turn and travelled 9 km and reached the club. How far is the club from his house and in which direction?
    1 : 14.5 km, South-west
    2 : 15 km, South-west
    3 : 15 km, North-east
    4 : 14.5 km, North-east
    5 : 16 km, North-west
    3 : 15 km, North-east

  7. Four out of the following five are alike and hence form a group. Find the one which does not belong to that group.
    1 : BDF
    2 : DHL
    3 : FLR
    4 : HPY
    5 : JTD
    4 : HPY

  8. In which direction is city R located with respect to city U?
    I. City R is to the South of city S.
    II. City R is to the East of city T which is to the north of city U.
    III. City S is to the West of city Q.
    1 : Only I and II are sufficient to answer the question.
    2 : Only I and III are sufficient to answer the question.
    3 : Only II is sufficient to answer the question.
    4 : All I, II, III are required to answer the question.
    5 : All I, II, III, even together are not sufficient to answer the question.
    3 : Only II is sufficient to answer the question.

  9. How is ‘home’ written in the code language?
    I. ‘my home is sweet’ is written as ‘pi ta ka la’ in that code language .
    II. ‘as sweet as sugarcane’ is written as ‘ra ra ka ti’ in that code language.
    III. ‘my name is raka’ is written as ‘pi ta li mo’ in that code language
    1 : Only II and III are sufficient to answer the question.
    2 : Only I and III are sufficient to answer the question.
    3 : Only I and II are sufficient to answer the question.
    4 : All I, II, III are required to answer the question.
    5 : All I, II, III even together are not sufficient to answer the question.
    4 : All I, II, III are required to answer the question.

  10. Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
    Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are comparing their weights and each of them is having a different weight. D is heavier than only two persons. E is the only person heavier than F and lighter than D. C’s weight is less than only B’s weight. The third heaviest weight is 100kgs and the fifth heaviest weight is 60kgs.
    What is the possible weight of D?
    1 : 60kgs
    2 : 100kgs
    3 : 105kgs
    4 : 75 kgs
    5 : Data inadequate
    4 : 75 kgsfor uuuuuuuuuuuu

  11. Who is the third heaviest?
    1 : D
    2 : E
    3 : A
    4 : B
    5 : Data inadequate
    3 : A

  12. If the heaviest weight is 30kgs more than A’s weight, then what is the possible weight of C?
    1 : 130
    2 : 100
    3 : 115
    4 : 90
    5 : Data inadequate
    3 : 115

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