# Reasoning Quiz for Bank Exams 2015 – Set 37

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Directions (Q. No. 1-5):
Study the following information carefully and answer the given.
In a certain code language,
‘cricket is interesting game’ is written as ‘la ni ki chu’, ‘cricket team have
eleven players’ is written as ‘tic ra la dha da’, ‘team India play fair game’
is written as ‘su tic va yi chu’, and ‘India eleven is powerful’ is written as
‘ju ki su da’.
1. What is the code
for ‘powerful’?
1) ju
2) ki
3) su
4) da
5) None of these
2. Which of the
following may be the code for ‘this game have eleven players’?
1) chu va mic ra dha
2) dha ra yi chu zo
3) pit chu da dha ra
4) ra si nic dha chu
5) None of these
3. What is the code
for ‘play’?
1) yi
2) su
3) va
4) tic
5) Cannot be determined
4. What does ‘chu’
stand for?
1) team
2) game
3) India
4) is
5) None of these
5. Which of the
following is the code for ‘cricket India play fair interesting’?
1) sa la ju ni va
2) ni va ju la yi
3) la ni tic su yi
4) yi su la va ni
5) None of these

Solutions – cricket is interesting game → la ni ki chu …(i)
cricket team have eleven players → tic ra la dha da …(ii)
team India play fair game → su tic va yi chu…(iii)
India eleven is powerful → ju ki su da …(iv)
From (i) and (ii), cricket → la
From (i) and (iii), game → chu
From (ii) and (iv), eleven → da
From (iii) and (iv), India → su
From (i) and (iv), is → ki
Now, from (iv), powerful → ju
From (i), interesting → ni
From (ii) and (iii), team → tic
So, from (iii), play fair → va yi

From (ii), have player → ra dha
Directions (Q. 6
-10): In these questions, the relationship between different elements is shown
in the
(1) If only conclusion I follows.
(2) If only conclusion II follows
(3) If either conclusion I or II follows.
(4) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
(5) If both conclusions I and II follow.
6. Statements:
D<M>P, S≤D,X≤P
Conclusion: I.
X<S II. X=S

Solutions – S≤DP≥X
X and S cannot be compared.
Hence, neither I nor II follows.

7. Statements: H>M≥P≤S,
Q<P, M<L

Conclusion: I.
L>H II. M>Q

Solutions -H > M < L
Hence, H and L cannot be compared.
M ≥ P > Q

M>Q. Hence, Conclusion II is true
8. Statements:
X=P ≥C < M, K > X
Conclusion: I. K
> C II. K < M

Solutions –  K > X = P ≥ C < M
Hence, K > C. So, conclusion I
is true. K and M cannot be
compared. So, conclusion II is
not true.
9. Statements: A
> Y≥Z, P=A, P≤L
Conclusion: I. L
> Z II. Z < A

Solutions – L ≥ P = A > Y ≥ Z
Hence, L > Z. Conclusion I is true.
Hence, A>Z. Conclusion II is

also true.
10. Statements:
R≤ L<D, R≥N, P=N
Conclusion: I.
R=P II. D < N

Solutions –  R ≥ N = P
Hence, conclusion I is not true.
D > L ≥ R ≥ N
Hence, conclusion II is not true.

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