NABARD SBI RRB Quiz: Reasoning Ability || 19/03/2018

NABARD SBI RRB Quiz: Reasoning Ability || 19/03/2018

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Q-1 In each of the questions below is given five statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. 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. 

Statement: 

All Pipe are Tea. Some Juice are water.

Some Tea are water. All Juice are Apple.

Some Apple are Banana.

Conclusions: 

(I) Some Banana are not Tea.

(II) Some Apple being Tea is a possibility.

01. If only conclusion I follows.

02. If only conclusion II follows.

03. If either conclusion I or II follows.

04. If neither conclusion I nor II follows.

05. If both conclusion I and II follow.


Q-2 In each of the questions below is given five statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. 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.

Statements: 
Some Light are Tube. Some Fire are Tube.

All Fire are Box. No Box is Table.

All Table are Chair.

Conclusions: 

(I) Some Box are Tube.

(II) All Fire are not Table.

01. If only conclusion I follows.

02. If only conclusion II follows.

03. If either conclusion I or II follows.

04. If neither conclusion I nor II follows.

05. If both conclusion I and II follow.


Q-3 In each of the questions below is given five statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. 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 .
Statements: 

Some Light are Tube. Some Fire are Tube.

All Fire are Box. No Box is Table.

All Table are Chair.

Conclusions: 

(I) Some Light are Chair.

(II) All Chair are Table.

01. If only conclusion I follows.

02. If only conclusion II follows.

03. If either conclusion I or II follows.

04. If neither conclusion I nor II follows.

05. If both conclusion I and II follow.


Q-4 In each of the questions below is given five statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. 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 . 
Statements: 

No Real is Shakti. No Shakti is Power.

All Strong are Stick. Some Power are Strong.

Some Stick are Flexible.

Conclusions:

(I) Some Stick are Power.

(II) Some Real are not Strong.

01. If only conclusion I follows.

02. If only conclusion II follows.

03. If either conclusion I or II follows.

04. If neither conclusion I nor II follows.

05. If both conclusion I and II follow.


Q-5 In each of the questions below is given five statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. 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 .

Statements: 
No Real is Shakti. No Shakti is Power.

All Strong are Stick. Some Power are Strong.

Some Stick are Flexible.

Conclusions: 

(I) Some Real are Power.

(II) Some Power are not Real.

01. If only conclusion I follows.

02. If only conclusion II follows.

03. If either conclusion I or II follows.

04. If neither conclusion I nor II follows.

05. If both conclusion I and II follow.


Q-6 In a row, Surabhi is tenth from the right end and Somika is fifteenth from the left end. When Surabhi and Somika interchange positions, Surabhi becomes twenty first from the right. Which of the following will be Somika’s new position from left ?

01. 25th

02. 26th

03. 27th

04. 28th

05. None of these


Q-7 Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Giving children computers in grade school is a waste of money and teachers’ time. These children are too young to learn how to use computers effectively and need to spend time on learning the basics, like arithmetic and reading. After all, a baby has to crawl before she can walk

Which of the following methods of argument is used in the above passage?

01. a specific example that illustrates the speaker’s point

02. attacking the beliefs of those who disagree with the speaker

03. relying on an analogy to prove the speaker’s point

04. displaying statistics that back up the speaker’s point

05. comparing different methods of learning


Q-8 Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Giving children computers in grade school is a waste of money and teachers’ time. These children are too young to learn how to use computers effectively and need to spend time on learning the basics, like arithmetic and reading. After all, a baby has to crawl before she can walk

Which of the following, if true, would strengthen the speaker’s argument?

01. studies showing computers are expensive

02. research on the effect of computer games on children

03. examples of high school students who use computers improperly

04. proof that the cost of computers is coming down

05. evidence that using computers makes learning to read difficult


Q-9 Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Giving children computers in grade school is a waste of money and teachers’ time. These children are too young to learn how to use computers effectively and need to spend time on learning the basics, like arithmetic and reading. After all, a baby has to crawl before she can walk

Which of the following, if true, would weaken the speaker’s argument?

01. a demonstration that computers can be used to teach reading and arithmetic

02. analysis of the cost-effectiveness of new computers versus repairing old computers

03. examples of adults who do not know how to use computers

04. recent grade reports of students in the computer classes

05. a visit to a classroom where computers are being used


Q-10 Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Of course, the Task Force on Crime is going to conclude that crime is on the way up. If they conclude it’s on the way down, they would have to disband, wouldn’t they?

Which of the following assumptions is most pivotal to this argument?
01. The Task Force is more concerned with its own existence than with carrying out its mission.

02. The Task Force is led by an adversary of the speaker.

03. The speaker was not asked to serve on the Task Force.

04. The speaker’s leadership ability will be questioned by the findings of the Task Force.

05. The Task Force wants to hire more police officers and other law enforcement personnel.


Answer:

Q.1(2), Q.2(5), Q.3(4), Q.4(1), Q.5(3), Q.6(2), Q.7(3), Q.8(5), Q.9(1), Q.10(1)

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