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IBPS RRB Quiz : Reasoning Ability | 07 - 08 - 17

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IBPS RRB Quiz : Reasoning Ability | 07 - 08 - 17





Q.1-5. Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it to answer the question. Read both the statements and answers the questions given below –

(1) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

(2) If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

(3) If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question. 

(4) If the data even in both statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.

(5) If the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

Q.1. What is the age of mother?

I. The son is 10 years old.

II. The mother is thrice as old as the son.

Q.2. Is A is the father of B .

I. C is grandson of A.

II. C is son of B.

Q.3. Are all footballs basketballs?

I. All animals are footballs.

II. All Basketball are animals.

Q.4. What is the capital of India?

I. The capital of India is not Lko.

II. The capital of India is in U.P.

Q.5. Are mangoes sweet ?

I. All vegetables are sweet.

II. Mango is a vegetable. 

Q.6. In each of the following questions one or more statements is followed by two conclusions. You have to identify which of the following conclusion is definitely true? 

Statements: P > Q > R > S < T < U = V ¹ K

Conclusion : I. V > K II. U < K

(1) Only I is true (2) Only II is true 

(3) Either I or II is true (4) Neither I nor II is true

(5) Both I and II is true

Q.7. In each of the following questions one or more statements is followed by two conclusions. You have to identify which of the following conclusion is definitely true:

Statements : 1 > 2 > 3 = 4 > 5 < 6 = 7 < 8 = 9

Conclusion : I. 5 > 1 II. 3 < 6

(1) Only I is true 

(2) Only II is true

(3) Either I or II is true 

(4) Neither I or II is true

(5) Both I and II is true

Q.8. In each of the following questions one or more statements is followed by two conclusions. You have to identify which of the following conclusion is definitely true? 

Statements : A ¹ B ¹C = D ¹E = F ¹G = H

Conclusion : I. A > C II. A < C

(1) Only I is true 

(2) Only II is true

(3) Either I or II is true 

(4) Neither I or II is true

(5) Both I and II is true

Q.9. In each of the following questions one or more statements is followed by two conclusions. You have to identify which of the following conclusion is definitely true? 

Statements : K ¹ L ¹ M = N ¹ O = P ¹ Q = R

Conclusions: I. N > Q II. M < R

(1) Only I is true 

(2) Only II is true

(3) Either I or II is true 

(4) Neither I or II is true

(5) Both I and II is true

Q.10. In each of the following questions one or more statements is followed by two conclusions. You have to identify which of the following conclusion is definitely true: 

Statements : P < Q < R < S = T < U= V > W > X

Conclusion : I. U > P II. U > X

(1) Only I is true 

(2) Only II is true

(3) Either I or II is true 

(4) Neither I or II is true

(5) Both I and II is true

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