Abhinav’s Reasoning Challenges for Bank PO Exams 2016 – 12 September, 2016


Hello and welcome to exampundit . So here is the Abhinav’s Reasoning Challenges for Bank PO Exams 2016.

The rules are same as the fighter’s puzzle challenges(which will come back).

Abhinav will conduct and help everyone along with S Dixit,  the fighter and Chitrarth who will monitor/feature/delete any other comments.
Directions (1-6): Study the information
given below and answer the given questions.

Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F have three types of vehicles – Alto, Fiat
and Nano – and they like three colours – Black, White and Red. Each of them has
a car. Only two of them have the same type of cars and only two of them like
the same colour.

A and F do not like Alto and Red colour. C and D do not like Fiat and White
colour. A and B do not like Fiat. B does not like Nano and Red colour, and C
does not like Alto and Red colour. The one who has Fiat, does not like Black
colour. E and B do not like White colour.

1. Which two friends have Red cars?
(1) A and B  
(2) B and C 
(3) D and E
(4) D and F  
(5) C and E

2. Which two friends have Fiats?
(1) E and F  
(2) D and F 
(3) B and E
(4) A and C  
(5) E and C

3. Who has a Black Nano?
(1) A  
(2) B  
(3) C
(4) D  
(5) E

4. Which of the following combinations is not true?
(1) B – Black –Alto 
(2) E – Red – Nano
(3) D – Red – Alto
(4) C – Black – Nano 
(5) None of these

5. Which of the following cars does A own?
(1) Black Alto 
(2) Red Fiat 
(3) White Alto
(4) White Nano  
(5) Black Nano


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6. Which of the following statements is true?
(1) C likes White Nano
(2) E likes Black Fiat
(3) B likes Red Alto
(4) F likes White Fiat
(5) None of these

Directions (7-11): In each question below are given three statements
followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to take the
given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly
known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows
from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.

7. Statements:
Some flowers are fruits.
All fruits are trees.
No tree is a plant.

I. At least some plants are fruits.
II. All trees being flowers is a possibility.
III. At least some trees are fruits.

(1) Only I follows 
(2) Only land II follow 
(3) Only II and III follow
(4) Only I and III follow
(5) None of these

8. Statements: 
Some keys are locks.
All locks are doors.
Some doors are windows.

I. At least some locks are windows.
II. Some windows are doors.
III. Some keys are doors.

(1) None follows 
(2) Only II and III follow
(3) Only II follows
(4) Only III follows 
(5)All follow

9. Statements: 
All tablas are sitars.
All sitars are harmoniums.
All harmoniums are violins.

I. All sitars are violins.
II. All tablas are harmoniums.
III. Some violins are sitars.

(1) All follow  
(2) Only II and III follow
(3) Only I and II follow
(4) Only III follows 
(5) None follows

10. Statements: 
All bananas are apples.
Some apples are oranges.
All oranges are grapes.

I. All grapes are apples.
II. All apples are bananas.
III. All oranges being bananas is a possibility.

(1) Only I follows 
(2) Only II follows 
(3) Only III follows
(4) All follow  
(5) None follows

11. Statements: 
Some teachers are doctors.
Some doctors are professors.
All professors are writers.

I. All teachers being writers is a possibility.
II. All professors being doctors is a
III. Some writers are doctors.

(1) All follow  
(2) Only I and II follow 
(3) Only I and III follow
(4) Only II and III follow
(5) None of these


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