 General Intelligence & Reasoning Question for RRB NTPC & RRC Group D 2019

## Reasoning Question for RRB NTPC & RRC Group D 2019

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## RRB NTPC Reasoning Quiz on New Pattern | Set – 2

1. In the following question, you have to identify the correct response from the given premises stated according to following symbols.

If G = ÷, L = +, P = –, M = <, D = >, A = = and V = x.

A. 6 G 3 L 2 P 4 V 8 D 13

B. 6 P 3 L 2 G 4 V 8 A 13

C. 6 V 3 P 2 G 4 L 8 M 13

D. 6 V 3 G 2 L 4 P 8 M 13

D. 6 V 3 G 2 L 4 P 8 M 13

Based on information given in question,

G          L          P          M         D          A          V

÷           +          –          <          >          =          ×

1) 6 G 3 L 2 P 4 V D 13

After applying conditions,

⇒ 6 ÷ 3 + 2 – 4 × 8 > 13

⇒ 4 – 32 > 13

⇒ – 28 > 13 (False)

2) 6 P 3 L 2 G 4 V 8 A 13

After applying conditions,

⇒ 6 – 3 + 2 ÷ 4 × 8 = 13

⇒ 7 = 13 (False)

3) 6 V 3 P 2 G 4 L 8 M 13

After applying conditions,

⇒ 6 × 3 – 2 ÷ 4 + 8 < 13

⇒ 14 < 13 (false)

4) 6 V 3 G 2 L 4 P 8 M 13

After applying conditions,

⇒ 6 × 3 ÷ 2 + 4 – 8 < 13

⇒ 9 – 4 < 13

⇒ 5 < 13 (True)

Hence, correct response is “6 V 3 G 2 L 4 P 8 M 13”.

2.If first January of an ordinary, non-leap year falls on Friday, then what will be the day week on 1st June of that year?

A. Tuesday

B. Saturday

C. Wednesday

D. Thursday

A. Tuesday

Count the day from 1st January to 1st June like this:  January = 31, February = 28, March = 31, April = 30, May = 31

So total days between 1st January to 1 June = 31 + 28 + 31 + 30 + 31 = 151

Since 151 = 21 × 7 + 4, so excess day are 4.

So now we can count the day from to Friday + 4 = Tuesday.

3.Select the related letters from the given alternatives.

ACEG : IKMO :: QSUW : ?

A. YZCE

B. YACD

C. YACE

D. YBCE

C. YACE

The relation is as follows,

A + 2 = C, C + 2 = E, E + 2 = G and

G + 2 = I, I + 2 = K, K + 2 = M, M + 2 = O

Similarly

Q + 2 = S, S + 2 = U, U + 2 = W

So

W + 2 = Y, Y + 2 = A, A + 2 = C, C + 2 = E

Thus QSUW is related to YACE.

4.Consider the given statement/s to be true and decide which of the given conclusions/assumptions can definitely be drawn from the given statement.

Statements:

1. All parrots are chicks.

2. All birds are chicks.

Conclusions:

I. Some birds are parrots.

II. Some chicks are parrots

A. Both conclusion I and conclusion II follow

B. None of the two conclusions follows

C. Only conclusion I follows

D. Only conclusion II follows

D. Only conclusion II follows 5.You have to consider the statement to be true, even if it seems to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follow from the given statements.

Statements:

All teachers are actors.

Some actors are women.

Conclusion:

I. All teachers are women.

II. Some women are teachers.

III. Some women are actors.

IV. All actors are teachers.

A. Only Conclusion I follows

B. Only Conclusion II & IV follows

C. Only Conclusion III follows

D. None of the conclusions follows.

C. Only Conclusion III follows 6.In a certain code language, “MOBILE” is written as “OQDKNG”. How is “RANGER” written in that code language?

A. TCPIGT

B. TCPGIT

C. TPCIGT

D. GTTCPT

A. TCPIGT

7.Select the related word from the given alternatives.

GARBAGE : HOUSE :: GANGUE : ?

A. FACTORY

B. DRUGS

C. OFFICE

D. ORE

D. ORE

8.If ‘you are john’ is written as ‘net let fat’, ‘who are you’ is ‘let wet net’ and ‘john is good’ is ‘get set fat’, which represents ‘is’?

A.Set

B.Get

C.Fat

D.Cannot be determined

D. Cannot be determined

You are John → net let fat

Who are you → let wet net

John is good → get set fat

As code for ‘is’ can be ‘get’ or ‘set’.

Hence, code for ‘is’ cannot be determined.

9.Rearrange the jumbled letters to make a meaningful word and then select the one which is different.

A. ENNI

B. NEO

C. EPPI

D. REETH

C. EPPI

ENNI can be rearranged to make ‘NINE’.

NEO can be rearranged to make ‘ONE’.

EPPI can be rearranged to make ‘PIPE’.

REETH can be rearranged to make ‘THREE’.

Clearly all are numbers but not ‘PIPE ‘.

10.If HOUSES = GNAYDR, then DIARY =

A. CHGXZ

B. CHEWZ

C. CHGXX

D. CHEWX

C. CHGXX

H – 1 = G

O – 1 = N

U + 6 = A

S + 6 = Y

E – 1 = D

R – 1 = S

So the pattern here is -1, -1, + 6, + 6 …repeat.

Same pattern will be applied in DIARY

D – 1 = C

I – 1 = H

A + 6 = G

R + 6 = X

Y – 1 = X

Hence the correct option is CHGXX.

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