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Memory Based Reasoning Questions Asked In IBPS RRB PO (Scale-1) MAINS

Memory Based Reasoning Questions Asked In IBPS RRB PO (Scale-1) MAINS

Reasoning Questions Asked In IBPS RRB PO MAINS (Memory Based) on 5th Nov 2017

Dear Aspirants,

We are sharing memory based reasoning questions asked in IBPS RRB PO Mains Exam which was conducted on 5th Nov 2017.

Puzzle-I

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H born on 7th, 9th, 16th and 19th in the month of March and July. The one who likes colour, viz, Yellow, Green, Red and Blue born on the date which is a perfect square. The one who born on the date which is a prime number likes Fruits, viz, Apple, Cherry, Mango and Banana. The one, who likes Yellow colour, was born on a perfect square date. No person was born between D and the one who like yellow colour. D doesn’t like any colour. Three persons were born between D and the one who likes Mango. There is no person born between the one who likes Mango and Blue colours. The number of people born latter than the person born who likes blue colour is one less than the number of people born earlier to A. The one who likes Apple born immediately after B. B does not like Mango. The number of peoples born before B is the same as the number of peoples born after G. Two persons sit between the one who likes Green and H. H and Cherry born in the same month. C borns after the one who likes Blue colour. E doesn’t like any colour. F doesn’t like Green colour.

Puzzle-II

Eight persons, viz, P, Q, R, S, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in a square table facing center. Four persons sit in the four corners of the square while other four sit in the middle of the sides of square. All the persons have different age. Those who sit in the corners have the ages multiple of 2 whereas those who sit at the middle of the sides have the ages multiple of 3. P sits second to the right of the one whose age is 44. P is an immediate neighbour of the one whose age is 39. Two persons sit between Q and have the age of 39. Q has not age 44. W sits second to the left of Q. S is an immediate right of the persons having age 15. Three persons sit between Z and the one whose age is 15. The difference between the ages of Z and the one who sits second to the left of Z is 6. S is older than Z. Immediate neighbours of S are younger than S. Person having age 22 sits second to the right of the person having age 10. P’s age is not 10. Y sits immediate left of the person whose age is 22. Age of Y is 51. Age of R is greater than 20. Age of R is 24 more than age of X. Age of X is 3 more than age of P.

Direction Based Ques:

Tom walks 10 m to the north of A to reach B, Then he takes a left turn to reach point S and walks 9 m and again he takes a left turn, walks 5 mto reach point M. M is to the west of J. J walks 5m south to reach point Y. Distance Between A and Y is 9m. Q. If J walks 5m to the north and then takes a left turn and walks 4m, to reach Z. Find the distance between S and Z.

Puzzle- III

A, B, C, D, E, H & I are seven persons facing North. (A don’t sit immediate left or right of B, B don’t sit immediate left or right of C,_ _ _ & so on but E & H can sit together. B sits second to the left of E. Immediate neighbour of E are not petrol car. H sits third to the right of E and both don’t use petrol car. C do not sit either to the immediate right or left of H. B don’t have diesel car. there are more than two persons sitting between two petrol cars. Immediate to the left of B, the person has diesel car. B travel to 27 km. the one who have travel the 3rd highest is 44 km, when arranged in an ascending order of distance as they seat in a way.


Input-Output Questions
Directions (1 – 5): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.  (5 questions) 
A number arrangement machine when given an input of words/numbers, rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and steps of rearrangement.

Input: arty 36 doty 59 86 jasy bossy 25 fogy 41 ready 20
Step 1: 201 arty 36 doty 59 86 jasy bossy fogy 41 ready 252
Step 2: artily 201 36 doty 59 86 jasy fogy 41 ready 252 bossily
Step 3: 363 artily 201 doty 59 86 jasy fogy ready 252 bossily 414
Step 4: dotily 363 artily 201 59 86 jasy ready 252 bossily 414 fogily
Step 5: 594 dotily 363 artily 201 jasy ready 252 bossily 414 fogily 865
Step 5: jasily 594 dotily 363 artily 201 252 bossily 414 fogily 865 readily

This is the final arrangement and step 6 is the last step for this input.

Input: 70 nosy 94 angry 27 hungry 12 grumpy lazy 63 42 sorry

Directions: In each of the following questions, a question is followed by two statements. Read all the statements and find that which statements are required to answer the question and answer accordingly. (5 questions)

Ques.:- What is the code of ‘she’ in a certain code language?
statement I:In a certain coding language ‘she fondly ate apples’ is written as ‘du  ki  aj  op’, ‘she fondly ate apples’ is written as ‘op  ki  du  sp’.
statement II:In a certain coding language ‘he cut the apples’ is written as ‘ki  fo  sp  cf’, ‘she ate the apples’ is written as ‘ki  aj  fo  du’.
A) Only I is sufficient
B) Both I and II are necessary
C) Only II is sufficient
D) Either I or II is sufficient
E) Neither I nor II is sufficient

Ques:- Who is tallest among all 6 six friends – A, B, C, D, E and F?
statement I:B is taller than C and E both. B is not the tallest. A is taller than E. F is taller than D.
statement II: A is shorter than B but taller than E. C is just above B in height among all 6 friends. F is taller than A. E is not the shortest.
A) Only II
B) Only I
C) Neither I nor II
D) Both I and II
E) Either I or II

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