## Railway RRB Group D 2018 Reasoning Quiz

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## RRB Group D 2018 Reasoning Quiz | Set-8

1.In question, select the related number pair from the given alternatives.

INDIA: (3, 2): : WOMEN : (?)

A. (4, 3)

B. (3, 2)

C. (2, 1)

D. (2, 3)

D. (2, 3)

Here, it follows a pattern of writing the number of vowels then the number of consonants.

Therefore, WOMEN will be represented by number pair (2, 3).

2.If ‘are you sam’ = ‘ri ai ki’, ‘all hate you’ = ‘vi li ri’ and ‘all are fake’ = ‘mi ai li’ then which represents ‘hate’?

A. ri

B. li

C. vi

D. ai

C. vi

1. Are you sam = ‘ri ai ki’

2. All hate you = ‘vi li ri’

from 1st  and 2nd  we can say that you = ‘ ri’

3. All are fake = ‘mi ai li’

From 2nd and 3rd we can say that All = ‘li’

Now from 2nd  we can say that hate means ‘vi’ as we know meaning of All and You.

3.If Δ O = 52, □ # = 43 what is # Δ □ ?

A. 523

B. 243

C. 432

D. 354

D. 354

Δ O = 52, value of Δ is 5 & that of O is 2. As per their position in ten’s and unit’s place respectively, the number becomes 10 × 5 + 1 × 2 = 52.

Similar logic follows for □ # = 43, where value of □ is 4 and # is 3.

Thus the number is 10 × 4 + 1 × 3 = 43.

For # Δ □, the values are 3, 5 & 4.

Thus the number as per their position becomes 100 × 3 + 10 × 5 + 1 × 4 = 354.

4.Select the alternative that has a different relationship as the given pair –

Inside : Outside

A. Day : Night

B. Sun : Star

C. Light : Dark

D.White : Black

B. Sun : Star

5. Find the odd letters from the given alternatives

Orange, Peach, Olive, Chrome

A. GKJN

B. CGFJ

C. EIHL

D. IMNR

D. IMNR

G + 4 = K, K – 1 = J, J + 4 = N

C + 4 = G, G – 1 = F, F + 4 = J

E + 4 = I, I – 1 = H, H + 4 = L

I + 4 = M, M + 1 = N, N + 4 = R

The odd letters are IMNR.

6.Seeta said, “Ram’s only brother is the father of my son’s father”. How is Ram’s brother related to Seeta’s son?

A. Father

B. Grandfather

C. Maternal Uncle

D. Paternal Uncle

B. Grandfather

7.Find correct alterative for Smile : Laugh : Cry

A. Frown : Anger : Temper

B. Touch : Catch : Release

C. Stand : Sleep : Play

D.Evening : Night : Day

B. Touch : Catch : Release

Here smile is mild form of laugh and cry is antonym of laugh.

Similar relation is followed in Touch : Catch : Release.

Thus the correct option is ‘Touch : Catch : Release’.

8.Nurse : Ward ∷ Teacher : ?

A.Student

B.Board

C.Class

D.Lesson

C. Class

Nurse check the patient in the ward, similarly teacher teaches the students in class.

9.Statements followed by some conclusions are given below.

Statement:

1. M > L > N

2. N = R

Conclusions:

I. R > L

II. R < M

Find which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements.

A. Only conclusion I follows.

B. Only conclusion II follows

C. Both I and II follow.

D. Neither I nor II follows.

B. Only conclusion II follows

Conclusion 1:

R > L From statements we write, L > N, and N = R, So L > R, hence this conclusion is wrong.

Conclusion 2:

R < M From statements we write, M > N, and N = R, so M > R, hence this conclusion is right.

Hence only conclusion 2 follows.

10.A company has six managers A, B, C, D, E and F. There are two managers managing the same department. F is in the sales department. D is in the HR department. B is not in the same department as F. E is in marketing while C is in finance.

What is the department of B?

A. HR

B. Finance

C. Marketing

D. Cannot be determined

D. Cannot be determined

 Members Departments A B C Finance D HR E Marketing F Sales

Given information is not sufficient to answer the question. As the departments of A is not clear.