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

  1. Who is the Lightest among U, V ,W , X?
    I. V is heavier than U, but lighter than X.
    II. W is lighter than V.
    A. U
    B. W
    C. X
    D. Either V or W
    E. Can not be determined
    E. According to weight X > V > U
    V > W .So U or W both are lighter than W. So we can not determined the lightest among all from the given info.

  2. Read the following information carefully and answer the question below.
    P ÷ Q means ‘P is son of Q’.
    P × Q means ‘P is sister of Q’.
    P + Q means ‘P is brother of Q’
    P – Q means ‘P is mother of Q
    Which of the following means that ‘S is the husband of T’?

    A. T × R – V + S
    B.  T- R ÷ V × S
    C.  T – R + V ÷ S
    D.  T ÷ R × V +S
    E.  None of these
    C.From the given question, we get the following relationship,
    T – R denotes T is mother of R
    R + V denotes R is brother of V and
    V ÷ S denotes V is son of S. So clearly we can get the ans from it that S is the husband of T.

  3. Which of the following expressions is not necessarily true for given the expression Q ≥ P; T ≤ S ; Q =R ; S < R
    A.  R ≥ P
    B.  T < Q
    C.  P ≥ S
    D.  R > T
    E.  S < Q
    Combining all the expressions we get,
    P ≤ Q= R > S ≥ T
    Option C is not true since relationship cannot be established between P and S.

  4. Directions (Q. no. 4-7) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:-
    I ) Five friends Alok, Arun, Pinky, Golu and Neena have total five books on subject Science, English, History, Geography and Economics written by authors Gupta, Khanna ,Hari ,D’souza and Elwin. Each friend has only one book out of the five subject.
    II) Gupta is author of science book which is not owned by Alok or Neena.
    III) Golu owns the book written by Elwin.
    iv) Pinky owns History book. Neena has Economics book which is not written by Khanna.
    v) Geography book is written by D’souza. Which is the correct combination of the subject-friend- author?
    A.  History-pinky – Hari
    B.  Science-Golu-Gupta
    C.  Economics-Neena-Elwin.
    D.  Geography-Alok- D’souza.
    E.   None of these
    D.Geography-Alok- D’souza.


  5. Who is the author of English book?
    A. Only Harish
    B.  Only Elwin
    C. Khanna or Hari
    D. Elwin or Khanna
    E.  None of these
    B.  Only Elwin

  6. Who is the owner of Book written by Hari?
    A. Neena
    B. Alok
    C. Arun
    D. Data Inadequate
    E. None of these.
    A. Neena

  7. If The book written by Khanna is exchanged with the owner of Economics book, Then who will get History book?
    A. Alok
    B. Arun
    C. Can not be detemined
    D. Pinky
    E. Neena
    E. Neena

  8. Statement: E ≤ F < G ≤ H , I ≥ J= K = E
    Conclusion: I. K ≤ F  
                      II. J < G
                      III. H = J
                      IV. H ≥ I
    A. Only I is true
    B. Only II and IV are true
    C. All are true
    D. Only I and II  are true
    E. None of these
    Combining all statement we get, I ≥ J= K = E ≤ F < G ≤ H ,
    Hence option I and II follows 

  9. Statements-B>E≥C=F,  K≤M≤N<Q,  K≥B
    A. Only II and III are true.
    B.  All are true.
    C.  Only III and IV are true.
    D. Only I and II and IV are true
    E.  None of these.
    Combining all statements we get , Q > N ≥ M ≥ K ≥ B > E ≥ C = F
    Thus option II and III follows.

  10. Statement: Good health is luxury in country “p” where rate of death is very high compared to other nations of that region.
    Arguments:I. People in country “p” cannot afford to have many luxuries of life.
    II. Good health is a gift of the nature.
    A. If only argument I is strong
    B. If only argument II is strong
    C. If either I or II is strong
    D. If neither I nor II is strong
    E. If both I and II are strong
    D. If neither I nor II is strong