# Reasoning Quiz for Bank Exams 2015 – Set 26 – Mixed Problems

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Directions (Q. No. 1
– 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Six persons – A, B, C, D, E and F
stay on different floors of a six-storey building (ground floor is numbered as
floor 1 and top floor is numbered as floor 6). Each of them is in a different
profession, viz Doctor, Engineer, Lawyer, Architect, Journalist and Teacher. D
is a lawyer but stays neither on floor 2 nor on floor 5. B is neither an
Architect nor a Journalist but stays on floor 6. The Journalist doesn’t stay
below the floor of the Architect but stays below the floor of the Engineer. The
Teacher stays either on floor 1 or on floor 4. E doesn’t stay on an
odd-numbered floor. A, who stays on floor 4, is either a Journalist or an
Architect. Either C or F is an Engineer.
1. If F stays on
floor 1, what is the profession of C?
(a) Lawyer
(b) Engineer
(c) Teacher
(d) Architect
(e) Can’t be determined
2. Who stays on floor
3?
(a) Engineer
(b) Lawyer
(c) Doctor
(d) Architect
(e) Teacher
3. Which of the
following combinations is definitely true?
(a) C â€“ Teacher â€“ Floor 1
(b) D â€“ Lawyer â€“ Floor 5
(c) E â€“ Architect â€“ Floor 2
(d) F â€“ Engineer â€“ Floor 5
(e) None of these
4. Which of the
following combinations is definitely false?
(a) A â€“ Journalist â€“ Floor 2
(b) B â€“ Doctor â€“ Floor 6
(c) E â€“ Architect â€“ Floor 2
(d) D â€“ Lawyer â€“ Floor 3
(e) None of these
5. If the Journalist
stays on Floor 2 (ignoring the position of Architect), which floor will the
Engineer stay
on?
(a) 1
(b) 5
(c) 4
(d) 6
(e) Cannot be determined

Solutions -B –  Doctor – 6
C/F – Engineer – 5
A – Journalist – 4
D – Lawyer – 3
E – Architect – 2

F/C  – Teacher – 1
Directions (Q.6-10):
Following questions are based on the information provided below:
‘A Ã— B’ means ‘A is mother of B’
‘A â€“ B’ means ‘A is brother of B’
‘A + B’ means ‘A is sister of B’
‘A Ã· B’ means ‘A is father of B’
6. How is K related
to R in R Ã· M â€“ K?
(a) Son
(b) Daughter
(c) Nephew
(d) Either Son or Daughter
(e) None of these

Solutions –
7. Which of the
following means ‘R’ is maternal uncle of ‘T’?
(a) R â€“ M Ã— T
(b) R + M Ã— T
(c) T Ã— M â€“ R
(d) T + M Ã· R
(e) None of these

Solutions –
8. How is ‘H related
to D’ in ‘D Ã· R
â€“ M Ã— H’?
(a) Grandson
(b) Daughter
(c) Grandson or Granddaughter
(e) None of these

Solutions –
9. Which of the
following means ‘F’ is paternal grandfather of ‘H’?
(a) F â€“ J Ã· H
(b) F Ã· J â€“ H
(c) F Ã· J Ã· H
(d) H Ã· J Ã· F
(e) None of these
10. How will ‘M is
daughter of N’ be written?
(a) M + D Ã— N
(b) N Ã· M + W
(c) N Ã· M
(d) N Ã— M
(e) None of these

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