Friday, 24 April 2015

SBI PO Reasoning Quiz -8

Direction (Q. 1 - 4): On the basis of the information given below, answer the following questions.

1) P, Q, R, S, T and U are six members of a group in which three are males and three are females.

2) There are two Engineers, two Lawyers, one Teacher and one Doctor in the group.

3) Q, T, P and R constitute two married couples and no person in this group has the same profession.

4) T, a Teacher in blue dress, married a male who is a lawyer in brown dress.

5) Colour of the dresses of both the husbands and that of both the wives is the same.

6) Two persons are wearing blue dress, two are wearing brown dress and the remaining two are wearing black and green each.

7) P is a male Engineer whose sister S is also an Engineer.

8) Q is a Doctor.

1. Who is the wife of P?

1) Q 2) R 3) S 4) T 5) None of these

2. Which of the following is a group of female members?

1) QSR 2) QST 3) QSU 4) QTU 5) Cannot be determined

3. Which of the following is a pair of married ladies?

1) PR 2) TS 3) QT 4) Data inadequate 5) None of these

4. What is the colour of U's dress?

1) Black 2) Green 3) Black or green

4) Brown 5) None of these

Direction (Q. 5 - 8): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

'chi na lee bee pi' means 'Tom and Jerry are friends',

'ki bee lo tic' means 'all friends plays cricket',

'da ki chi' means 'Tom plays Football',

'tic na da' means 'Football and Cricket',

'mo ki' means 'player plays'.

5. What is the code for 'Jerry'?

1) lee 2) pi 3) bee 4) Either lee or pi 5) Either bee or chi

6. What is the code for 'all'?

1) bee 2) ki 3) lo 4) Cannot be determined 5) None of these

7. Which of the following may be the code for 'only friends plays Football'?

1) bee da fi ki 2) lo da no ki 3) ki fi bee lee

4) da bee tic fi 5) None of these

8. Which of the following is the code for 'Jerry and friends are player'?

1) chi na ki lee pi 2) pi lee na bee mo

3) bee mo lee ki 4) chi pi lee bee mo

5) None of these

9. Which of the following expressions is definitely true if the given expressions M < N < P and P > R > S < K are definitely true?

1) R ≤ M 2) N = S 3) M < K 4) S ≤ P 5) None is true

10. Which of the following should come in place of question mark (?) in the given expression in order to make expressions M ≤ R and X ≥ Y definitely true?

M = P≤ Q ? R > S > Y ≤ W ? X

<,< 2) ≤,≤ 3) <,≤ 4) ≤ < 5) None of these

Answers

(1 - 4):

Person

Gender

Profession

Dress

P

Male

Engineer

Brown

Q

Female

Doctor

Blue

R

Male

Lawyer

Brown

S

Female

Engineer

Black or Green

T

Female

Teacher

Blue

U

Male

Lawyer

Black or Green

1. 1; 2. 2; 3. 3; 4. 3

(5 - 8):

Chi na lee bee pi – Tom and Jerry are friends …..(1)

Ki bee lo tic – all friends plays crickets ……(2)

da ki chi – Tom plays Football ………..(3)

tic na da – Football and Cricket ………(4)

mo ki – player plays ……..(5)

From (1) and (3), - Tom

From (1) and (2), bee – friends

From (1) and (4), na – and

From (1), lee dpi – Jerry are ………(6)

Since neither Jerry not are is common with any other equation, we can’t find the exact code for Jerry. It may be either lee or pi

From (2) and (3), ki – plays

From (2) and (4), tic – Cricket

From (3) and (4), da – Football

Now, from (2), lo – all

From (5), mo – player

5. 4; 6. 3;

7. 1; only friends plays football

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Fi bee ki da

8. 2; Jerry and friends are player

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Na bee mo

From (6), lee pi – Jerry are

So, pi lee na bee mo is the required code.

9. 5; Given M < N < P > R > S < K

Comparisons is not possible

So, (1) is false.

Again, N < P > R > S.

Comparison is not possible

So, (2) is false.

(3) is also false. Even for the middle terms, comparison is not possible so, comparison of end terms will certainly not be possible.

Again,

M < N < P > R > S

Comparison is not possible, so (4) is also not true.

10. 2; Check for (1):

M = P < Q < R > S > Y < W < x

Combining

Y < X

So, this is not true.

Check for option (2):

M = P < Q < R > S > Y < W < X

Combining

M < Q < R > S > Y < X

Combining

M < R

So, this is true.

Check for option (3):

M = P < Q < R > S > Y < W < X

M = P < R

So, option (3) is not true. (4) is also not true.

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