# Reasoning Quiz for Bank Exams 2015 – Set 35

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Direction (Q. 1-5) :
Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions

In certain code language, ‘IPL starts in april’ is written
as ‘ri mo zo ka’, ‘IPL is all about cricket’ is written as ‘chi da tic mo ra’
‘april is very fun month’ is written as ‘tic you ne su ka’ and ‘fun players
starts cricket’ is written as ‘pa su zo da’.
1. What is the code
for ‘players’?
(a) S4
(b) Pa
(c) Zo
(d) da
(e) None of these
2. Which of the
following may be the code for ‘this april all about cricket’?
(a) chi ka mo tic da
(b) chi tic mo da chu
(c) chi ka ra chu da
(d) mo ra tic zo da
(e) None of these
3. What is the code
for ‘very’?
(a) tic
(b) yo
(c) ne
(d) chu
(e) can’t be determined
4. What does ‘ka’
stand for?
(a) April
(b) in
(c) is
(d) fun
(e) None of these
5. Which of the
following is the code for ‘Fun is very IPL month’-
(a) Su zo you ra ne
(b) ri ra su yo mo
(c) yo mo ra ne
(d) su ri yo mo ne
(e) None of these

Solutions –  IPL starts in april – ri mo zo ka ………. (i)
IPL is all about cricket – chi da tic mo ro ……….. (ii)
april is very fun month – tic yo ne su ka ………… (iii)
fun players starts cricket – pa su zo da…………. (iv)
From (i) and (ii), IPL – mo
from (i) and (iii) , april – ka
from (ii) and (iii) , is – tic
from (iii) and (iv), fun – su
from (ii) and (iv), cricket – da
from (i) and (iv), starts – zo
Now from (iv), players – pa
from (i) in – ri
from (iii), very/month – yo/ne
from (ii), all/about – ra /chi

Direction (Q. 6-10):
Read each statement carefully and answer the following questions:

6. Which of the following
expression will be true if the expression P < Q > R = S
≥ T is definitely true?
(a) T < R
(b) P = R
(c) T < Q
(d) S ≤ Q
(e) P ≤ S

Solutions – 7. In which of the
following expression the expression ‘T

R’ would definitely hold true?
(a) R ≥ J = K > S ≥ T = Q
(b) Q ≥ R > N = Y ≥ T < S
(c) Q > R ≥ K = Y ≥ T < S
(d) Y < T = K ≤ Q < R > J
(e) K > Q = T < S ≤ J < R

Solutions – 8. In which of the
following expression the expression ‘A < E

H’ would hold definitely false?
(a) V > A ≤ J < E = Z ≤ H
(b) V < H ≥ T ≥ E = P > A
(c) I > H = J ≥ E > N = A
(d) T = A ≤ I < E = P < H
(e) H ≥ P = E ≥ T > A = V

Solutions – 9. Which of the
following symbols should replace the question mark (?) in the given expression
in order
to mark ‘M > C’ and ‘D >
B’ definitely true?
D ≥ P = M ? B ? C
(a) =, >
(b) <, >
(c) > , ≥
(d) =, <
(e) None of these

Solutions – 10. Which of the
following symbols should be placed in the blank spaces respectively (in the
same order
from left to right) in
order to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the
expression
S > G definitely true
as well as L
≥ H definitely false?
S _ L _ I _ G _ H _ J
(a) >, ≥, =, < , ≥
(b) >, ≥, =, =, ≥
(c) <, >, >, =, ≥
(d) ≤, <, =, ≥, ≥
(e) None of these

Solutions – Regards

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