Abhinav’s Reasoning Challenges for Bank PO Exams 2016 – 23 August, 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 is coming back soon).

Abhinav will conduct and help everyone along with the fighter and Chitrarth who will monitor/feature/delete any other comments.

Directions (Q. 1-5):
Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
In the questions given below, certain symbols are used with
the following meaning:
[email protected] means 4 is neither greater than nor smaller than 5.
4%5 means 4 is not greater than 5.
4$5 means 4 is not smaller than 5.
4©5 means 4 is neither smaller than nor equal to 5.
4#5 means 4 is neither greater than nor equal to 5.
Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given
statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below
is/are definitely true.
1). Statements: eight % eleven, eleven % four, four # three
Conclusions: I. eight $ three           II. four @ eleven
a)    If only
conclusion I is true
b)    If only conclusion
II is true
c)    If either
conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither
conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both
conclusions I and II are true
2). Statement: Wear @ box, wear © desk, jug % desk
Conclusions: I. jug © box                II. desk # wear
a)    If only
conclusion I is true
b)    If only
conclusion II is true
c)    If either
conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither
conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both
conclusions I and II are true
3). Statement: Hell © haven, haven # duck, duck @ top
Conclusions: I. top © haven           II. hell # duck
a)    If only
conclusion I is true
b)    If only
conclusion II is true
c)    If either
conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither
conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both
conclusions I and II are true
4). Statements: peak % near, near $ macabre, ugly $ macabre
Conclusions: I. near # macabre     II. near $ macabre
a)    If only
conclusion I is true
b)    If only
conclusion II is true
c)    If either
conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither
conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both
conclusions I and II are true
5). Statements: tap $ fat, fat % mud, mud @ zag
Conclusions: I. zag $ fat                  II. mud # tap
a)    If only
conclusion I is true
b)    If only
conclusion II is true
c)    If either
conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither
conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both
conclusions I and II are true
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Directions (Q. 6-10):
In the following questions, the symbols #, $, %, © and @ are used with the
following meaning as illustrated below:
‘A©B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’
‘A$B’ means ‘A is neither smaller nor equal to B’
‘A#B’ means ‘A is neither smaller nor greater than B’
[email protected]’ means ‘A is neither greater nor equal to B’
‘A % B’ means A is not smaller than B’
Now in each of the following questions assuming the given
statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below
them is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.
6). Statements: Q % L, E © F, $ Q, L # C, C @ E
Conclusions: I. P $ C                       II. F % L
a)    If only
conclusion I is true
b)    If only
conclusion II is true
c)    If either
conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither
conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both
conclusions I and II are true
7). Statements: N % M, O # P, J @ I, M $ o, N © I
Conclusions: I. N % P                      II. N $ P
a)    If only
conclusion I is true
b)    If only
conclusion II is true
c)    If either
conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither
conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both
conclusions I and II are true
8). Statements: R % O, S # T, J © I, S @ J, O $ T
Conclusions: I. R % I                       II. I $ R
a)    If only
conclusion I is true
b)    If only
conclusion II is true
c)    If either
conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither
conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both
conclusions I and II are true
9). Statements: A © C, D # C, E % F, D $ E, R @ A
Conclusions: I. C $ F                       II. D $ R
a)    If only
conclusion I is true
b)    If only
conclusion II is true
c)    If either
conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither
conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both
conclusions I and II are true
10). Statements: C % L, P © Q, H $ C, Q @ N, L $ P
Conclusions: I. H % P                      II. N % C
a)    If only
conclusion I is true
b)    If only
conclusion II is true
c)    If either
conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither
conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both
conclusions I and II are true

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