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Reasoning Quiz for IBPS Clerk Mains 2018
The following reasoning quiz has 10 questions from New Pattern Input Output Problems with 8 minutes.
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The following set of reasoning quiz is based on the recent standard and pattern of IBPS Clerk Mains 2018.
Test Name: Reasoning Quiz for IBPS Clerk Mains 2018
No. of Questions: 10
Time: 10 Minutes
Level: Moderate
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
An arrangement machine, when given a particular Input, rearranges it following a particular rule in each step. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement.
Step 5 is the last step for this input.
As per rules followed in the above step, give answer the following questions:
Question:Â Which of the following is third to the right in step 1?
Correct
Step 1 Exchange the places by taking their opposite alphabet and then subtract 2 places.
Step 2 Place value of alphabet. If exceeds 9 then add them to make single digit.
Step 3 Difference between the numbers.
Step 4 Add odd and even no. separately and then take their difference.
Step 5 Multiply the numbers.
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Step 1 Exchange the places by taking their opposite alphabet and then subtract 2 places.
Step 2 Place value of alphabet. If exceeds 9 then add them to make single digit.
Step 3 Difference between the numbers.
Step 4 Add odd and even no. separately and then take their difference.
Step 5 Multiply the numbers.

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
An arrangement machine, when given a particular Input, rearranges it following a particular rule in each step. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement.
Step 5 is the last step for this input.
As per rules followed in the above step, give answer the following questions:
Question:Â Which of the following will be Step 1 for the above input?
Correct
Step 1 Exchange the places by taking their opposite alphabet and then subtract 2 places.
Step 2 Place value of alphabet. If exceeds 9 then add them to make single digit.
Step 3 Difference between the numbers.
Step 4 Add odd and even no. separately and then take their difference.
Step 5 Multiply the numbers.
Incorrect
Step 1 Exchange the places by taking their opposite alphabet and then subtract 2 places.
Step 2 Place value of alphabet. If exceeds 9 then add them to make single digit.
Step 3 Difference between the numbers.
Step 4 Add odd and even no. separately and then take their difference.
Step 5 Multiply the numbers.

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
An arrangement machine, when given a particular Input, rearranges it following a particular rule in each step. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement.
Step 5 is the last step for this input.
As per rules followed in the above step, give answer the following questions:
Question:Â Which of the following will be step 3 for the above input?
Correct
Step 1 Exchange the places by taking their opposite alphabet and then subtract 2 places.
Step 2 Place value of alphabet. If exceeds 9 then add them to make single digit.
Step 3 Difference between the numbers.
Step 4 Add odd and even no. separately and then take their difference.
Step 5 Multiply the numbers.
Incorrect
Step 1 Exchange the places by taking their opposite alphabet and then subtract 2 places.
Step 2 Place value of alphabet. If exceeds 9 then add them to make single digit.
Step 3 Difference between the numbers.
Step 4 Add odd and even no. separately and then take their difference.
Step 5 Multiply the numbers.

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
An arrangement machine, when given a particular Input, rearranges it following a particular rule in each step. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement.
Step 5 is the last step for this input.
As per rules followed in the above step, give answer the following questions:
Question:Â What could be the value of final step for this input?
Correct
Step 1 Exchange the places by taking their opposite alphabet and then subtract 2 places.
Step 2 Place value of alphabet. If exceeds 9 then add them to make single digit.
Step 3 Difference between the numbers.
Step 4 Add odd and even no. separately and then take their difference.
Step 5 Multiply the numbers.
Incorrect
Step 1 Exchange the places by taking their opposite alphabet and then subtract 2 places.
Step 2 Place value of alphabet. If exceeds 9 then add them to make single digit.
Step 3 Difference between the numbers.
Step 4 Add odd and even no. separately and then take their difference.
Step 5 Multiply the numbers.

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
An arrangement machine, when given a particular Input, rearranges it following a particular rule in each step. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement.
Step 5 is the last step for this input.
As per rules followed in the above step, give answer the following questions:
Question:Â Which of the following is third to right of 13 in step 2?
Correct
Step 1 Exchange the places by taking their opposite alphabet and then subtract 2 places.
Step 2 Place value of alphabet. If exceeds 9 then add them to make single digit.
Step 3 Difference between the numbers.
Step 4 Add odd and even no. separately and then take their difference.
Step 5 Multiply the numbers.
Incorrect
Step 1 Exchange the places by taking their opposite alphabet and then subtract 2 places.
Step 2 Place value of alphabet. If exceeds 9 then add them to make single digit.
Step 3 Difference between the numbers.
Step 4 Add odd and even no. separately and then take their difference.
Step 5 Multiply the numbers.

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
An arrangement machine, when given a particular Input, rearranges it following aÂ particular rule in each step. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement.
Note: No step had multiplications.
Question:Â What is the third step of the above input?
Correct
Step 3 â€“ Â 1st place (Difference between 1st and last digit of step 2)
2nd place (difference between 2nd and 2nd last digit of step 2)
3rd place (difference between 3rd and 3rd last digit of step 2, and so on.)
Step 4 â€“ Difference of 1st & 2nd Â digit and 3rd & 4th digit.
Step 5 Addition of both the digits. If the value exceeds 9, then add them to make a single digit.
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Step 3 â€“ Â 1st place (Difference between 1st and last digit of step 2)
2nd place (difference between 2nd and 2nd last digit of step 2)
3rd place (difference between 3rd and 3rd last digit of step 2, and so on.)
Step 4 â€“ Difference of 1st & 2nd Â digit and 3rd & 4th digit.
Step 5 Addition of both the digits. If the value exceeds 9, then add them to make a single digit.

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
An arrangement machine, when given a particular Input, rearranges it following aÂ particular rule in each step. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement.
Note: No step had multiplications.
Question:Â What could be the fourth step of the above input?
Correct
Step 3 â€“ Â 1st place (Difference between 1st and last digit of step 2)
2nd place (difference between 2nd and 2nd last digit of step 2)
3rd place (difference between 3rd and 3rd last digit of step 2, and so on.)
Step 4 â€“ Difference of 1st & 2nd Â digit and 3rd & 4th digit.
Step 5 Addition of both the digits. If the value exceeds 9, then add them to make a single digit.
Incorrect
Step 3 â€“ Â 1st place (Difference between 1st and last digit of step 2)
2nd place (difference between 2nd and 2nd last digit of step 2)
3rd place (difference between 3rd and 3rd last digit of step 2, and so on.)
Step 4 â€“ Difference of 1st & 2nd Â digit and 3rd & 4th digit.
Step 5 Addition of both the digits. If the value exceeds 9, then add them to make a single digit.

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
An arrangement machine, when given a particular Input, rearranges it following aÂ particular rule in each step. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement.
Note: No step had multiplications.
Question:Â Which of the following is third to the right in step 2?
Correct
Step 3 â€“ Â 1st place (Difference between 1st and last digit of step 2)
2nd place (difference between 2nd and 2nd last digit of step 2)
3rd place (difference between 3rd and 3rd last digit of step 2, and so on.)
Step 4 â€“ Difference of 1st & 2nd Â digit and 3rd & 4th digit.
Step 5 Addition of both the digits. If the value exceeds 9, then add them to make a single digit.
Incorrect
Step 3 â€“ Â 1st place (Difference between 1st and last digit of step 2)
2nd place (difference between 2nd and 2nd last digit of step 2)
3rd place (difference between 3rd and 3rd last digit of step 2, and so on.)
Step 4 â€“ Difference of 1st & 2nd Â digit and 3rd & 4th digit.
Step 5 Addition of both the digits. If the value exceeds 9, then add them to make a single digit.

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
An arrangement machine, when given a particular Input, rearranges it following aÂ particular rule in each step. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement.
Note: No step had multiplications.
Question:Â Which of the following is fourth to the left in step 2?
Correct
Step 3 â€“ Â 1st place (Difference between 1st and last digit of step 2)
2nd place (difference between 2nd and 2nd last digit of step 2)
3rd place (difference between 3rd and 3rd last digit of step 2, and so on.)
Step 4 â€“ Difference of 1st & 2nd Â digit and 3rd & 4th digit.
Step 5 Addition of both the digits. If the value exceeds 9, then add them to make a single digit.
Incorrect
Step 3 â€“ Â 1st place (Difference between 1st and last digit of step 2)
2nd place (difference between 2nd and 2nd last digit of step 2)
3rd place (difference between 3rd and 3rd last digit of step 2, and so on.)
Step 4 â€“ Difference of 1st & 2nd Â digit and 3rd & 4th digit.
Step 5 Addition of both the digits. If the value exceeds 9, then add them to make a single digit.

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
An arrangement machine, when given a particular Input, rearranges it following aÂ particular rule in each step. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement.
Note: No step had multiplications.
Question:Â What is the last step of above input?
Correct
Step 3 â€“ Â 1st place (Difference between 1st and last digit of step 2)
2nd place (difference between 2nd and 2nd last digit of step 2)
3rd place (difference between 3rd and 3rd last digit of step 2, and so on.)
Step 4 â€“ Difference of 1st & 2nd Â digit and 3rd & 4th digit.
Step 5 Addition of both the digits. If the value exceeds 9, then add them to make a single digit.
Incorrect
Step 3 â€“ Â 1st place (Difference between 1st and last digit of step 2)
2nd place (difference between 2nd and 2nd last digit of step 2)
3rd place (difference between 3rd and 3rd last digit of step 2, and so on.)
Step 4 â€“ Difference of 1st & 2nd Â digit and 3rd & 4th digit.
Step 5 Addition of both the digits. If the value exceeds 9, then add them to make a single digit.
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