Tuesday, 14 February 2017

REASONING:SYLLOGISM BASED ON NEW PATTERN

In each group of questions below are two conclusions followed by five set of statements. You have to choose the correct set of statements that logically satisfies given conclusions. Given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.
  1. Conclusions:
    Some grapes can be lemon 
    Some Oranges can be banana
    Statements:
    Statements – 1: Some Apples are Oranges. Some Oranges are grapes. No grapes is banana. All bananas are lemons
    Statements – 2: Some Apples are Oranges. Some Oranges are grapes. No grapes is lemon. No orange is banana.
    Statements – 3: Some Apples are Oranges. Some Oranges are grapes. No grapes is lemon. All bananas are lemons.
    Statements – 4: Some Apples are Oranges. Some Oranges are grapes. No Orange is banana. All bananas are lemons
    Statements – 5: Some Apples are Oranges. Some Oranges are grapes. No Orange is banana. No banana is lemon
    A. Only Statements – 1
    B. Only Statements – 2
    C. Only Statements – 3
    D. Only Statements – 4
    E. Only Statements – 5
  2. Conclusions:
    Some hills are rivers
    Some mountains can be hills
    Statements:
    Statements – 1: All Mountains are rivers. No river is hill. Some hills are roads. No road is a way
    Statements – 2: All Mountains are rivers. No mountain is hill. Some hills are roads. No road is a way
    Statements – 3: All Mountains are rivers. No river is hill. No mountain is hill. No road is a way
    Statements – 4: All Mountains are rivers. No river is hill. Some hills are roads. All roads are way
    Statements – 5: All Mountains are rivers. Some rivers are hills. Some hills are roads. No road is a way
    A. Only Statements – 1
    B. Only Statements – 2
    C. Only Statements – 3
    D. Only Statements – 4
    E. Only Statements – 5

PUZZLES SET11:SBI/SYNDICATE/INDIAN BANK PO

I. Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing outward. They are working in four different companies Apple, IBM, Google and Intel. Two persons are working at each company.
G sits on the immediate right of B, who works at the Google. C sits third to the left of H, who works at the Apple and both are facing the same direction. C and B are not facing the same direction but C is an immediate neighbor of E, who is fourth to the left of G. E and G both are facing opposite directions but both work at the same company. Those who work at the Google sit adjacent to each other but face opposite direction. Those who work at the IBM sit opposite each other. The immediate neighbours of E are not facing outward. A person who works at the Apple is an immediate neighbor of the persons who work at the Intel. D and F are immediate neighbours of H. D is not facing the centre and works at the Intel. The one who is on the immediate left of F is not facing the centre. F sits second to the right of C.
1.Who among the following works at the Apple ?
1.D and F
2.H and F
3.G and C
4.C and H
5.None of these

2.Who among the following sits on the immediate right of the person who works at the IBM?
1.B
2.D
3.A
4.F
5.None of these

3.How many persons are facing outward?
1.Two
2.Three
3.Four
4.Can’t be determined
5.None of these

4.A works at which of the following?
1.Either Google or Apple
2.Either Intel or IBM
3.Google
4.Intel
5.Can’t be determined

5.If D and F interchange their places then who among the following is on the immediate left of G?
1.B
2.D
3.H
4.F
5.None of these

II. Study the following information carefully and answerthe questions given below:
Eight friends Karthick, Naveen, Malik, Kumar, Mohan, Pradeep, Raja and Prathap are sitting around a circle. Some of them are facing the centre.
Naveen sits second to the right of Pradeep, who sits on the immediate left of Mohan. The immediate neighbours of Raja faces opposite directions. Prathap is not facing the centre. The immediate neighbours of Karthick faces the same direction. Mohan is not facing outside but sits third to the left of Malik. Only one person sits between Raja and Malik. Neither Prathap nor Karthick is an immediate left of Raja. Naveen and Karthick both are facing opposite direction. Kumar faces the same direction as Pradeep. Kumar sits second to the right of Karthick, who is on the immediate left of Pradeep. Malik sits second to the left of Raja. Naveen is not the immediate neighbour of Karthick.
6.Who among the following is on the immediate right of Naveen?
1.Pradeep
2.Prathap
3.Karthick
4.Mohan
5.Malik

7.Four of the following are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to that group?
1.Raja, Karthick
2.Kumar, Malik
3.Naveen, Mohan
4.Pradeep, Malik
5.Naveen, Raja

8.Who among the following is an immediate neighbour of Mohan and Prathap?
1.Karthick
2.Naveen
3.Raja
4.Kumar
5.Malik

9.Who among the following is opposite to Karthick?
1.Malik
2.Mohan
3.Prathap
4.Kumar
5.None of these

10.How many persons are facing the centre?
1.Two
2.Three
3.Four
4.Five
5.None of these

ANSWERS
1)4 2)1 3)2 4)3 5)4 6)2 7)1 8)2 9)3 10)5