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Reasoning Questions for SBI Clerk Prelims Day 3
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Directions (15): Study the following information and answer the question:
6 boxes A, B, C, D, E and F are kept one above the other. Each of the boxes contains different number of coins 18, 21, 26, 29, 32 and 36 and each of the boxes belongs to different states UP, Bihar, MP, Delhi, Kerala and TN.
Box D is 3rd box from the bottom and contains 21 coins. Box C is above box F. The box from Bihar is 3 boxes above the box, which contains 18 coins. Box A is neither from Kerala nor from TN. Box, which contains 26 coins, is immediately below box E. There are 3 boxes between the box, which contains 18 coins and the box E, which is from UP. Box B is immediately above box containing 29 coins, which is not from TN. Box containing 32 coins is above the box containing 36 coins, which is not the 2nd box from the bottom. Box from Delhi neither contains 29 coins nor 18 coins. Box from MP is above the box from Kerala. There is only 1 box between box D and the box from TN.How many coins does box C contain?
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Answer 1: a. 18
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Answer 1: a. 18

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
2nd box from the bottom is from which state?
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Answer 2: b. Kerala
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Answer 2: b. Kerala

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
What is the sum of the coins of box A and Box B?
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Answer 3: c. 55
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Answer 3: c. 55

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
How many boxes are between box F and the box from MP?
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Answer 4: a.2
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Answer 4: a.2

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
What is the position of the box, which contains minimum coins with respect to box from Delhi?
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Answer 5: b. Immediately below
Explanation in detail:
1. Box D is 3rd box from the bottom and contains 21 coins.
2. There is only 1 box between box D and the box from TN.
3. The box from Bihar is 3 boxes above the box, which contains 18 coins. There are 3 boxes between the box, which contains 18 coins and the box E, which is from UP. This is not possible in case I, so case I is eliminated.
 Box containing 26 coins is immediately below box E.
 Box B is immediately above box containing 29 coins, which is not from TN.
 Box containing 32 coins is above the box containing 36 coins, which is not the 2nd box from the bottom. This is not possible in case III, so case III is eliminated.
 Box from Delhi neither contains 29 coins nor 18 coins, so box D is from Delhi
 Box from MP is above the box from Kerala, so 4th box from bottom is from MP and 2nd box from bottom is from Kerala.
 Box A is neither from Kerala nor from TN, so box A is from MP.
 Box C is above box F, so box C is 2nd box from the bottom and box F is the bottommost box.
Final table:
Case II:
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Answer 5: b. Immediately below
Explanation in detail:
1. Box D is 3rd box from the bottom and contains 21 coins.
2. There is only 1 box between box D and the box from TN.
3. The box from Bihar is 3 boxes above the box, which contains 18 coins. There are 3 boxes between the box, which contains 18 coins and the box E, which is from UP. This is not possible in case I, so case I is eliminated.
 Box containing 26 coins is immediately below box E.
 Box B is immediately above box containing 29 coins, which is not from TN.
 Box containing 32 coins is above the box containing 36 coins, which is not the 2nd box from the bottom. This is not possible in case III, so case III is eliminated.
 Box from Delhi neither contains 29 coins nor 18 coins, so box D is from Delhi
 Box from MP is above the box from Kerala, so 4th box from bottom is from MP and 2nd box from bottom is from Kerala.
 Box A is neither from Kerala nor from TN, so box A is from MP.
 Box C is above box F, so box C is 2nd box from the bottom and box F is the bottommost box.
Final table:
Case II:

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Directions (610): In the questions below are given some statements followed by some conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts:
Statements:
Some copy is book.
All book are pen
No pen is pencil
Some pencil is eraser.Conclusions:
I. Some erasers may be pen.
II. Some book may be pencil
III. All copy are definitely penCorrect
Answer 6: c. Both II and III not follow.
Explanation in detail:Incorrect
Answer 6: c. Both II and III not follow.
Explanation in detail: 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Statements:
No pond is ocean.
Some ocean is river.
Some river is sea
All sea are lakesConclusions:
I. Some ocean is lake.
II. All river are pond is a possibility
III. Some lakes may be pondCorrect
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Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Statements:
All hand are leg
No leg is nose
Some nose is eye
No eye is earConclusions:
I. All nose are ear is a possibility.
II. Some eye may be leg.
III. Some hand is definitely nose.Correct
Answer 8: b. Both I and III not follow
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Answer 8: b. Both I and III not follow

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Statements:
Some month is day.
Some day is week.
No week is year.
All week is century.Conclusions:
I. Some month is definitely week.
II. Some century is day is a possibility.
III. Some year is monthCorrect
Answer 9: c. Both I and II not follow
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Answer 9: c. Both I and II not follow

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Statements:
No black is red.
All red are blue.
Some blue is green.
No green is whiteConclusions:
I. Some black is definitely green.
II. All blue is white is a possibility.
III. Some black is blue is a possibility.Correct
Answer 10: a. Both I and II not follow
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Answer 10: a. Both I and II not follow
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