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Reasoning Questions for SBI PO Prelims Day 10
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Questions (15):
Study the following information to answer the questions given below.
A $ Q means A is neither equal to nor smaller than Q.
A % Q means A is not smaller than Q.
A * Q means A is neither greater nor smaller than Q.
A # Q means A is neither greater than nor equal to Q.
A @ Q means A is not greater than Q.Statements:
I.A%B%C%D
II. C*[email protected]
III.B$M$Q#R*T
Conclusions:
I.A*D
II.B*O
III.A$DCorrect
Answer:e).
A>=B>=C>=D C=P<=O
B>M>Q<R=T
B=O false
Either A=D or A>D
followsIncorrect
Answer:e).
A>=B>=C>=D C=P<=O
B>M>Q<R=T
B=O false
Either A=D or A>D
follows 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
Study the following information to answer the questions given below.
A $ Q means A is neither equal to nor smaller than Q.
A % Q means A is not smaller than Q.
A * Q means A is neither greater nor smaller than Q.
A # Q means A is neither greater than nor equal to Q.
A @ Q means A is not greater than Q.Statements:
I. R$P%T
II. P#S*M
III. M$Q
Conclusions:
I. R$M
II. P*Q
III. T#RCorrect
Answer: b)
R>P>=T
P<S=M>Q
R>M false
P=Q false
T<R trueIncorrect
Answer: b)
R>P>=T
P<S=M>Q
R>M false
P=Q false
T<R true 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
Study the following information to answer the questions given below.
A $ Q means A is neither equal to nor smaller than Q.
A % Q means A is not smaller than Q.
A * Q means A is neither greater nor smaller than Q.
A # Q means A is neither greater than nor equal to Q.
A @ Q means A is not greater than Q.Statements:
I. X*Y#Z
II. Z$A*B
III. [email protected]%R
Conclusions:
I. X$R
II. Z$P
III. [email protected]Correct
Answer: b)
X=Y<Z>A=B<=P>=R
X>R false
Z>P false
A<=P trueIncorrect
Answer: b)
X=Y<Z>A=B<=P>=R
X>R false
Z>P false
A<=P true 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
Study the following information to answer the questions given below.
A $ Q means A is neither equal to nor smaller than Q.
A % Q means A is not smaller than Q.
A * Q means A is neither greater nor smaller than Q.
A # Q means A is neither greater than nor equal to Q.
A @ Q means A is not greater than Q.Statements:
I. A$B#C
II. B$D*L
III. L$M%O#Q
Conclusions:
I. A$L
II. A*L
III. A$OCorrect
Answe: d)
A>B<C
B>D=L>M>=O<QA>L true
A=L false
A>O true
Incorrect
Answe: d)
A>B<C
B>D=L>M>=O<QA>L true
A=L false
A>O true

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
Study the following information to answer the questions given below.
A $ Q means A is neither equal to nor smaller than Q.
A % Q means A is not smaller than Q.
A * Q means A is neither greater nor smaller than Q.
A # Q means A is neither greater than nor equal to Q.
A @ Q means A is not greater than Q.Statements:
I. U%[email protected]%O
II. [email protected]*S#T
III. S%M*N#B
Conclusions:
I. U*S
II. S*N
III. S$NCorrect
Answer: e)
U>=Q<=P>=O
Q<=R=S<T
S>=M=N<B
U=S false
Either S=N or S>NIncorrect
Answer: e)
U>=Q<=P>=O
Q<=R=S<T
S>=M=N<B
U=S false
Either S=N or S>N 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Questions {67}:
Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
There are six friends P, Q, R, S, T and V. Each of them has
a different weight. S weighs more than only P and R. Q weighs less than only T.
P does not weigh the least. The one who stands at the second place when
arranged in descending order of their weight weighs 85kg. R weighs 55Kg.6. If V’s weight is 8Kg less than Q then which of the following could be S’s weight?
Correct
Directions(67):
Answer: b)
T > Q(85)
> V > S > P > R(55)Incorrect
Directions(67):
Answer: b)
T > Q(85)
> V > S > P > R(55) 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Questions {67}:
Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
There are six friends P, Q, R, S, T and V. Each of them has
a different weight. S weighs more than only P and R. Q weighs less than only T.
P does not weigh the least. The one who stands at the second place when
arranged in descending order of their weight weighs 85kg. R weighs 55Kg.7). Which of the following could be P’s possible weight?
Correct
Directions(67):
Answer: a)
T > Q(85)
> V > S > P > R(55)Incorrect
Directions(67):
Answer: a)
T > Q(85)
> V > S > P > R(55) 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Subham starts walking from his school. He walks to the east for 10 kilometres to reach the gym and in the midway he passes a shop. If he returns to the shop and walks to the south for 10 kilometres he reaches a temple. If at the temple he turns to the right and walks 2 kilometres, he reaches the college. But if he walks 15 kilometres to the southwest of the temple, he reaches a pond. From the pond, he walks 20 kilometres to the east to reach the stadium. There is a pool 10 kilometres to the northwest of the stadium. If he walks 10 kilometres to the south from the pond, he reaches the park. At the park, if he turns to the left and walks 8 kilometres he reaches his father’s office.
School is at which direction with respect to his father’s office?
Correct
Answer: d) NW
Incorrect
Answer: d) NW

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Subham starts walking from his school. He walks to the east for 10 kilometres to reach the gym and in the midway he passes a shop. If he returns to the shop and walks to the south for 10 kilometres he reaches a temple. If at the temple he turns to the right and walks 2 kilometres, he reaches the college. But if he walks 15 kilometres to the southwest of the temple, he reaches a pond. From the pond, he walks 20 kilometres to the east to reach the stadium. There is a pool 10 kilometres to the northwest of the stadium. If he walks 10 kilometres to the south from the pond, he reaches the park. At the park, if he turns to the left and walks 8 kilometres he reaches his father’s office.
What is the distance of shop from the gym ( in kilometres)?
Correct
Answer: a) 5
Incorrect
Answer: a) 5

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Subham starts walking from his school. He walks to the east for 10 kilometres to reach the gym and in the midway he passes a shop. If he returns to the shop and walks to the south for 10 kilometres he reaches a temple. If at the temple he turns to the right and walks 2 kilometres, he reaches the college. But if he walks 15 kilometres to the southwest of the temple, he reaches a pond. From the pond, he walks 20 kilometres to the east to reach the stadium. There is a pool 10 kilometres to the northwest of the stadium. If he walks 10 kilometres to the south from the pond, he reaches the park. At the park, if he turns to the left and walks 8 kilometres he reaches his father’s office.
If Subham is standing at the college facing to the west, in which direction does he needs to turn before starting to walk for reaching the pond?
Correct
Answer: b) left
Incorrect
Answer: b) left
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