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Reasoning Questions for IBPS PO Main Exam Set- 24

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Hello Aspirants. Welcome to Online Reasoning section in AffairsCloud.com. Here we are creating question sample From all topics , which are Important for upcoming IBPS exams. We have included Some questions that are repeatedly asked in exams !!

1 – 5:
(A) only 1st follows
(B) only 2nd follows
(C) either 1st or 2nd
(D) neither 1st nor 2nd
(E) both 1st and 2nd

  1. Statements: No boy is intelligent. All intelligent are girls. No girl is class.
    Conclusions:
    I. All boys being classes is a possibility.
    II. Some girls are not boys.
    (E)
    Explanation:15-1
    There is no possibility that All girls are boys, so some girls are not boys definitely follows.

  2. Statements: All rivers are lakes. No lake is a sea. All seas are deep.
    Conclusions:
    I. At least some rivers are deep.
    II. At least some lakes are not deep.
    (D)
    Explanation:15-2
    All lakes are deep is a possibility, so II does not follow.

  3. Statements: All gliders are parachutes. No parachute is an airplane. All airplanes are helicoptes.
    Conclusions:
    I. No helicopter is a glider.
    II. All parachutes being helicopters is a possibility.
    (B)

  4. Statements: No stone is metal. Some metals are papers. All papers are glass.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some stones are not papers.
    II. Some papers are not stones.
    (B)
    Explanation:
    All stones are papers is a possibility, so I does not follow.
    There is no possibility that all papers are stones(because this will make some stones are metals – not possible), so II follows.

  5. Statements: Some palaces are forts. Some forts are red. No red is strong.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some palaces being strong is a possibility
    II. Some forts may be strong.
    (E)

  6. Statement: The government has decided to distribute 3 kgs of food grains to every family living below poverty line for the next three months at a nominal price of Rs 5 per kg.
    Assumptions:
    I. The govt has enough stock to distribute food grains for the entire period.
    II. Families living below poverty line may be able to afford to buy food grains at Rs 5 per kg.
    A) only I is implicit
    B) only II is implicit
    C) Neither is implicit
    D) Both are implicit
    D) Both are implicit

  7. Statement: As the prices of petrol and diesel shoot up, more and more people are resorting to the use of electric cars.
    Assumptions:
    I. Using electricity for powering cars is less expensive than using petrol or diesel.
    II. Many people cannot afford the raised prices of petrol and diesel.
    A) only I is implicit
    B) only II is implicit
    C) Neither is implicit
    D) Both are implicit
    D) Both are implicit

  8. Statement: The railway authority has decided to introduce two additional superfast trains between city A and city B during this summer vacation.
    Assumptions:
    I. All the passengers who desire to visit these cities during vacation will get a train ticket.
    II. All other modes of transport between city A and city B are already saturated.
    A) only I is implicit
    B) only II is implicit
    C) Neither is implicit
    D) Both are implicit
    C) Neither is implicit

    Explanation:
    I is not implicit because it is not necessary that even after 2 additional trains, all passengers can get tickets, because the number can vary largely as expected.
    II is not implicit because starting additional train does not mean that any othet mode of transport is not available.

  9. Statement: Should students be allowed to work while they are studying?
    Arguments:
    I. Yes. The economic background of every individual does not allow them to pursue education; such permission therefore makes it feasible to fulfill one’s dreams.
    II. Yes. Work plays an important role in making a person self-sufficient. Besides, this practical knowledge becomes necessary to make studies meaningful.
    A) if only I argument is “strong”
    B) if only II argument is “strong”
    C) if neither is “strong”
    D) if both are “strong”
    D) if both are “strong”

  10. Statement: Should citizens of India have the right to access information from the government?
    Arguments:
    I. Yes. More than 20 countries have equipped their citizens with the right to access information from their respective governments.
    II. Yes. The move would provide openness in government functioning and ensure transparency and accountability in it.
    A) if only I argument is “strong”
    B) if only II argument is “strong”
    C) if neither is “strong”
    D) if both are “strong”
    B) if only II argument is “strong”
    Explanation:
    We have nothing to do with other countries that what goes there, so I is not strong.
    II is strong because the move will provide transparency.