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# NABARD Reasoning Practice : 2

## 30 Questions MCQ Test NABARD Assistant Manager Grade A Mock Test Series | NABARD Reasoning Practice : 2

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QUESTION: 2

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QUESTION: 3

### Study the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow- Naveen, Rajeev, Manish, Shivam, Aakash, Gagan, Sahil and Rahul are faculty member of an institute in which two of them are directors. They are arranging a meeting on a rectangular table where their position of sitting is as follows-  Three persons sit on the longer side while one on each smaller sides. Both the directors sits on the smaller side. Rahul is seated third to the left of Shivam and no one of them is on the smaller side. Naveen is the director and not near to Manish. Gagan is seated third to the right of Shivam, who is seated second to the right of Rajeev. Aakash is diagonally opposite to Gagan. Q. Who is seated third to the right of Aakash?

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QUESTION: 4

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Naveen, Rajeev, Manish, Shivam, Aakash, Gagan, Sahil and Rahul are faculty member of an institute in which two of them are directors. They are arranging a meeting on a rectangular table where their position of sitting is as follows-
Three persons sit on the longer side while one on each smaller sides. Both the directors sits on the smaller side. Rahul is seated third to the left of Shivam and no one of them is on the smaller side. Naveen is the director and not near to Manish. Gagan is seated third to the right of Shivam, who is seated second to the right of Rajeev. Aakash is diagonally opposite to Gagan.

Q. Who is the director among them?

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QUESTION: 5

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow-

Naveen, Rajeev, Manish, Shivam, Aakash, Gagan, Sahil and Rahul are faculty member of an institute in which two of them are directors. They are arranging a meeting on a rectangular table where their position of sitting is as follows-
Three persons sit on the longer side while one on each smaller sides. Both the directors sits on the smaller side. Rahul is seated third to the left of Shivam and no one of them is on the smaller side. Naveen is the director and not near to Manish. Gagan is seated third to the right of Shivam, who is seated second to the right of Rajeev. Aakash is diagonally opposite to Gagan.

Q. Who is sitting diagonally opposite to Rahul?

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QUESTION: 6

In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by three/four conclusions. Read the statements and then decide which of the following conclusions follow from the given statements.

Solution:

K≥T<D≤M>D
Only conclusion I follows

QUESTION: 7

In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by three/four conclusions. Read the statements and then decide which of the following conclusions follow from the given statements.

Solution:

Only conclusion I follows

QUESTION: 8

In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by three/four conclusions. Read the statements and then decide which of the following conclusions follow from the given statements.

Solution:

Only conclusion I follows

QUESTION: 9

In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by three/four conclusions. Read the statements and then decide which of the following conclusions follow from the given statements.

Solution:

None Conclusion follows

QUESTION: 10

In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by three/four conclusions. Read the statements and then decide which of the following conclusions follow from the given statements.

Solution:

K=A<T≤G≤U>P
Only conclusion III follows

QUESTION: 11

Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and answer-

Mohan is shorter than Kapil and David is taller than Manav. Who is the shortest among them?
Statements:
I. Kapil is taller than David.
II. Manav is taller than Kapil.

Solution:

Kapil > Mohan
David > Manav
From statement I,
Kapil > David
(Either Mohan or Manav is shortest)
From statement II,
Manav>Kapil
(Mohan is shortest among them)

QUESTION: 12

Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and answer-

A, B, C, D, and E are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Who is on the immediate right of A?
Statements:
I. E is seated immediate left of B and E is not near to C.
II. Only D is seated between A and C.

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QUESTION: 13

Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and answer-

What is the code for ‘GOLD’ in the code language?
Statements:
I. ‘ka dik fu’ means ‘gold and silver’, ‘do lu ka’ means ‘diamond and pearl’ and ‘lu fig fu’ means ‘silver or diamond’
II. ‘na pik la’ means ‘stone and pearl’, ‘dik ni la’ means ‘gold is stone’ and ‘dik la fa’ means ‘it is stone’

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QUESTION: 14

Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and answer-

On which day of the week did Prem visits Bombay?
Statements:
I. Prem visited Bombay after Thursday but before Sunday.
II. Prem visited Bombay before Monday but after Thursday, but not on Saturday.

Solution:

From statement I,
Prem visited Bombay on Friday or Saturday.
From statement II,
Prem visited Bombay on Friday or Sunday
From Statement I and II together
Prem visited Bombay on Friday.

QUESTION: 15

Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and answer-

P, Q, R, S, T, and U are standing in a row facing to east, who is on the immediate left of Q?
Statements:
I. R is second to the left of U, who is fourth to the right of P.
II. Q is second to the right of T and S is immediate near to U.

Solution:

From statement I,
P _R _ U From statement II,
T_Q_and S U or U S
From statement I and II together,
T P Q R S U
Or
P T R Q U S

QUESTION: 16

Each question consist of two/three or four statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Consider 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 follow from the given statements using all statements together.

Statements:
All roses are flowers
Some trees are roses
Some flowers are seeds
Conclusion :
I. All trees being seeds is a possibility
II. Some roses are definitely not seeds.

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QUESTION: 17

Each question consist of two/three or four statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Consider 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 follow from the given statements using all statements together.

Statements:
All roses are flowers
Some trees are roses
Some flowers are seeds
Conclusion :
I. Some flowers which are trees are also a part of seeds.
II. All seeds if they are trees then they must be a part of roses.

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QUESTION: 18

Each question consist of two/three or four statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Consider 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 follow from the given statements using all statements together.

Statements:
Some blues are greens
Some reds are blues
All greens are whites
Conclusion :
I. Some reds being neither blues nor whites is a possibility
II. All greens being reds is a possibility

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QUESTION: 19

Each question consist of two/three or four statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Consider 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 follow from the given statements using all statements together.

Statements:
Some blues are greens
Some reds are blues
All greens are whites
Conclusion :
I. Some whites are not reds
II. Some reds which are white are blue.

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QUESTION: 20

Each question consist of two/three or four statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Consider 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 follow from the given statements using all statements together.

Statements:
All rocks are mountains
No stone is mountain
All stones are cements
Conclusion :
I. Some mountains which are cements are also rocks.
II. No cement is rock

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QUESTION: 21

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Near ‘Juhu Choupati’ , there are 5 different stalls of Burger, Dosa, Bada Pao, Ice cream and Biryani in a row and all of them have different colours Red, Pink, Yellow, blue and Green. The rates are also different of all the five stalls. Stall of Dosa is third to the left of the stall whose charges are second highest. There is only one stall between Blue coloured stall and the stall whose charges are fourth highest. Stall of Bada Pao is not of Green coloured. Charge of Ice cream is second lowest. Stall of Biryani is third to the right of red coloured stall, which is not of Bada Pao or Dosa. The stall who charges the least amount is in the middle of the row but it is not of Dosa or Bada Pao. Stall of Burger is of pink colour. The Yellow coloured stall is fourth to the left of the stall who charges the highest amount.

Q. Which stall charges the second highest amount?

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QUESTION: 22

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Near ‘Juhu Choupati’ , there are 5 different stalls of Burger, Dosa, Bada Pao, Ice cream and Biryani in a row and all of them have different colours Red, Pink, Yellow, blue and Green. The rates are also different of all the five stalls. Stall of Dosa is third to the left of the stall whose charges are second highest. There is only one stall between Blue coloured stall and the stall whose charges are fourth highest. Stall of Bada Pao is not of Green coloured. Charge of Ice cream is second lowest. Stall of Biryani is third to the right of red coloured stall, which is not of Bada Pao or Dosa. The stall who charges the least amount is in the middle of the row but it is not of Dosa or Bada Pao. Stall of Burger is of pink colour. The Yellow coloured stall is fourth to the left of the stall who charges the highest amount.

Q. Stall of Ice cream is located in between stall of ______.

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QUESTION: 23

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Near ‘Juhu Choupati’ , there are 5 different stalls of Burger, Dosa, Bada Pao, Ice cream and Biryani in a row and all of them have different colours Red, Pink, Yellow, blue and Green. The rates are also different of all the five stalls. Stall of Dosa is third to the left of the stall whose charges are second highest. There is only one stall between Blue coloured stall and the stall whose charges are fourth highest. Stall of Bada Pao is not of Green coloured. Charge of Ice cream is second lowest. Stall of Biryani is third to the right of red coloured stall, which is not of Bada Pao or Dosa. The stall who charges the least amount is in the middle of the row but it is not of Dosa or Bada Pao. Stall of Burger is of pink colour. The Yellow coloured stall is fourth to the left of the stall who charges the highest amount.

Q. How many stalls are there between a green coloured stall and the stall whose charges the second highest amount?

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QUESTION: 24

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Near ‘Juhu Choupati’ , there are 5 different stalls of Burger, Dosa, Bada Pao, Ice cream and Biryani in a row and all of them have different colours Red, Pink, Yellow, blue and Green. The rates are also different of all the five stalls. Stall of Dosa is third to the left of the stall whose charges are second highest. There is only one stall between Blue coloured stall and the stall whose charges are fourth highest. Stall of Bada Pao is not of Green coloured. Charge of Ice cream is second lowest. Stall of Biryani is third to the right of red coloured stall, which is not of Bada Pao or Dosa. The stall who charges the least amount is in the middle of the row but it is not of Dosa or Bada Pao. Stall of Burger is of pink colour. The Yellow coloured stall is fourth to the left of the stall who charges the highest amount.

Q. Which of the following statement/s is/are true on the basis of given information?
(I) Stall of Bada Pao is pink colored and charges the second lowest
(II) Stall of Ice cream is red colored and charges the fourth lowest
(III) Stall of Biryani is green colored and charges the highest amount
(IV) Stall of Dosa is yellow colored and charges the least amount
(V) There are only two stalls between the Yellow and Blue colored stalls

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QUESTION: 25

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Near ‘Juhu Choupati’ , there are 5 different stalls of Burger, Dosa, Bada Pao, Ice cream and Biryani in a row and all of them have different colours Red, Pink, Yellow, blue and Green. The rates are also different of all the five stalls. Stall of Dosa is third to the left of the stall whose charges are second highest. There is only one stall between Blue coloured stall and the stall whose charges are fourth highest. Stall of Bada Pao is not of Green coloured. Charge of Ice cream is second lowest. Stall of Biryani is third to the right of red coloured stall, which is not of Bada Pao or Dosa. The stall who charges the least amount is in the middle of the row but it is not of Dosa or Bada Pao. Stall of Burger is of pink colour. The Yellow coloured stall is fourth to the left of the stall who charges the highest amount.

Q. Which of the following statement is true?

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QUESTION: 26

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Six professors A, B, C, D, E and F of six different subjects-economics, mathematics, botany, physics, accounting and statistics have taken lectures on different time schedules from 10am to 4pm. (each lecture is of one hour).
F is not the professor of botany or economics and did not take lecture on or after 2pm. A has taken lecture immediate after the lecture of statistics. D is either the professor of accounting or of physics but did not take lecture at 12:00 noon. B has taken lecture on mathematics but before the lecture of F. C has taken lecture at 1pm but not of economics. E is the professor of statistics. The lecture of accounting has been started at 11 am.

Q. Who is the professor of physics?

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QUESTION: 27

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Six professors A, B, C, D, E and F of six different subjects-economics, mathematics, botany, physics, accounting and statistics have taken lectures on different time schedules from 10am to 4pm. (each lecture is of one hour).
F is not the professor of botany or economics and did not take lecture on or after 2pm. A has taken lecture immediate after the lecture of statistics. D is either the professor of accounting or of physics but did not take lecture at 12:00 noon. B has taken lecture on mathematics but before the lecture of F. C has taken lecture at 1pm but not of economics. E is the professor of statistics. The lecture of accounting has been started at 11 am.

Q. Who has taken the first lecture (at 10 am)?

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QUESTION: 28

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Six professors A, B, C, D, E and F of six different subjects-economics, mathematics, botany, physics, accounting and statistics have taken lectures on different time schedules from 10am to 4pm. (each lecture is of one hour).
F is not the professor of botany or economics and did not take lecture on or after 2pm. A has taken lecture immediate after the lecture of statistics. D is either the professor of accounting or of physics but did not take lecture at 12:00 noon. B has taken lecture on mathematics but before the lecture of F. C has taken lecture at 1pm but not of economics. E is the professor of statistics. The lecture of accounting has been started at 11 am.

Q. Which of the following subject is taught by C?

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QUESTION: 29

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Six professors A, B, C, D, E and F of six different subjects-economics, mathematics, botany, physics, accounting and statistics have taken lectures on different time schedules from 10am to 4pm. (each lecture is of one hour).
F is not the professor of botany or economics and did not take lecture on or after 2pm. A has taken lecture immediate after the lecture of statistics. D is either the professor of accounting or of physics but did not take lecture at 12:00 noon. B has taken lecture on mathematics but before the lecture of F. C has taken lecture at 1pm but not of economics. E is the professor of statistics. The lecture of accounting has been started at 11 am.

Q. Which of the following statement is true?

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QUESTION: 30

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Six professors A, B, C, D, E and F of six different subjects-economics, mathematics, botany, physics, accounting and statistics have taken lectures on different time schedules from 10am to 4pm. (each lecture is of one hour).
F is not the professor of botany or economics and did not take lecture on or after 2pm. A has taken lecture immediate after the lecture of statistics. D is either the professor of accounting or of physics but did not take lecture at 12:00 noon. B has taken lecture on mathematics but before the lecture of F. C has taken lecture at 1pm but not of economics. E is the professor of statistics. The lecture of accounting has been started at 11 am.

Q. Who has taken lecture at 2pm? (also find the subject)

Solution: