IBPS CLERK PRE REVISION : Logical Reasoning Live Quiz Session

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Winner cupWinner cupWelcome to the Live Disqus Quiz Session on Reasoning Ability. Here we will provide you practice questions one by one with answers in the comment section “DISQUS”. You can reply with your answer. So, be active and study. Ask your doubts and share your info after the quiz which can be above in the comments and reach maximum users.

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Refrain Yourself From Chit-Chats

  • varsha

    hello

    • “MISSION”

      hello sir

    • s@chin!!!

      hello sir

    • angelina

      Hello..

  • Directions (Q1 to 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:

    Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing 5 persons each in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons.
    In the 1st row: Amit, Vikas, Siddu, Dhram and Ritesh are sitting and all of them are facing south.
    In the 2nd row: Deep, Ronnie, Neeraj, Ankit and Rango are sitting, but not necessarily in the same order.
    In the given seating arrangement each member sitting in a row faces another member of the other row.

    ** The one who is an immediate neighbour of Dhram is facing Ankit.
    ** Vikas does not sit at the extreme ends of the row.
    ** Neeraj and Rango are immediate neighbours.
    ** Only one person sits between Ritesh and Siddu.
    ** Rango sits second to the left of the person who faces Ritesh.
    ** Amit faces the person who is on the immediate left of Rango.
    ** Deep sits at the left end of the row.
    ** Amit and Dhram are not immediate neighbours

    • Avinash

      dhram ritesh vikas siddu amit
      ronnie ankit neeraj rango deep

      • far behind^^

        deep sit at the left end of the row

        • Avinash

          yes linear arrangment mistakes next time carefully i have to do

          • far behind^^

            bro i understood wrong this before.. here who are facing north, what is that their left side..

    • far behind^^

      amit,sidh,dha,rit,vik
      dee,rang,neer,ank,ronni ?

      • far behind^^

        vik,rit,dh

    • Correct Arrangement (Answer 1 to 5):

      Row 1: Amit–Siddu–Vikas–Ritesh–Dhram

      Row 2: Deep–Rango–Neeraj–Ankit–Ronnie

      • s@chin!!!

        correct

      • Shiya :|

        yes…

  • Time: 5 mins

  • /!/@//@

    Amit vikash sandhu dhram ritesh
    Deep neeraj rango ronni ankit

  • Directions (Q6 to 10): Study the following information carefully and post the arrangements below.

    Aman, Vikas, Divya, Kunmun, Aprajita, Ruchi, Sonam and Amit are eight professionals working in different department’s viz., Finance, HR, Marketing, Advertisement, IB, IT, Operation and Research & Development (R&D) but not necessarily in same order.
    They live in three colonies viz., Annapurna colony, Bank Colony and Defense Colony with not more than three of them in any one colony.
    ** Divya is either in advertisement or in marketing.
    ** Sonam , Aman and Ruchi are in IT, IB and HR departments respectively.
    ** Aprajita is either in operation or finance department.
    ** Amit is in research and development (R&D)
    ** R&D professional doesn’t live in Bank Colony.
    ** Finance professional is in Defence Colony.
    ** Both the persons of Annapurna Colony are not in IT, IB and Marketing.
    ** Aprajita is in Defence Colony and Kunmun is in Bank Colony colony and Marketing professional is in Defence Colony.
    ** Ruchi and Sonam are in the same colony, Divya and Amit are in the same colony.

    • done???

      • Shiya :|

        yes post sol

    • Correct Arrangements (Answer 6 to 10):

      Person–Department–Colony

      Aman–IB–Defence
      Vikas– Marketing–Defence
      Divya–Advertisement–Annapurna
      Kunmun– Operation– Bank
      Aprajita– Finance– Defence
      Ruchi–HR– Bank
      Sonam–IT– Bank
      Amit–R&D–Annapurna

      • far behind^^

        same

    • varsha

      divya -marketing defence
      sonam it –bank
      aman–ib—-defen
      ruchi–hr–bank
      arpita—fina–defe
      amit–research—defe
      kumkum—bank—advister

    • Abhilasha

      ac—- amit rnd divya adv
      bc____ kunmun opertn ruchi hr sonal it
      df — aparajita finannce vikas marketing
      aman ib defence

    • s@chin!!!

      divya——-ad——Annapurna colony
      sonam—–it——Bank Colony
      aman——ib——Defense Colony
      ruchi——hr——– Bank Colony
      aparjita—finace——-Defense Colony
      amit——–r&d——–Annapurna colony
      kumkum—-mr/op——Bank Colony
      vikas——–op/mr——Defense Colony

  • Directions (Q11 to 15): In the given questions, assuming the given statements to be true. Find which of the given four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

  • Q11. Statements:
    R N, T ≤ Q, T = N

    Conclusions:
    I. R > T
    II. P ≥ Q
    III. R < N
    IV. Q ≥ N

    1. Only I is true
    2. Only II and III are true
    3. Only IV is true
    4. All are true
    5. None of these

    • Abhilasha

      none

      • Abhilasha

        only 4

      • I + M + POSSIBLE

        wt abt 4 th one

        • Abhilasha

          yes hoga wo

    • /!/@//@

      33

    • Shiya :|

      33

    • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

      Only 4

    • Neha

      3333

    • I + M + POSSIBLE

      33333

    • s@chin!!!

      3333

    • angelina

      3.

    • @harshita@khirimauka@

      3/

    • varsha

      none

  • Q12. Statements:
    N ≤ Q, R > P = N, S > T ≥ R

    Conclusions:
    I. S > N
    II. S ≥ P
    III. R > Q
    IV. Q ≤ P

    1. Only I is true
    2. Only II and III are true
    3. Only IV is true
    4. All are true
    5. None of these

    • Neha

      11111

    • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

      Only 1

    • varsha

      111

    • s@chin!!!

      111

    • @harshita@khirimauka@

      111

    • Abhilasha

      aa

    • /!/@//@

      55

    • Shiya :|

      11

    • angelina

      1.

      • far behind^^

        __^__

  • Q13. Statements:
    T > O, S > R ≤ F, U ≤ F, S ≤ O

    Conclusions:
    I. T > S
    II. O > R
    III. O ≥ U
    IV. F ≥ U

    1. Only I and II are true
    2. Only I, II and IV are true
    3. Only III is true
    4. None is true
    5. All are true

    • abhi

      22

    • s@chin!!!

      2222

    • /!/@//@

      22

    • Neha

      222……

    • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

      222 option

    • Abhilasha

      Bbb

    • JT

      1.

    • Shiya :|

      222

    • “MISSION”

      Only I, II and IV are true

    • angelina

      2..

    • @harshita@khirimauka@

      222

      • JT

        4 to restatement h

        • I’ll clear your doubts after quiz

        • Abhilasha

          Isme restatement ni chlta

    • varsha

      222

  • Q14. Statements:
    B ≤ U, E ≥ U, E >V ≥ L

    Conclusions:
    I. E ≥ B
    II. E ≥ L
    III. U > V
    IV. B ≥ L

    1. Only I and II are true
    2. Only III and IV are true
    3. Only III is true
    4. Only I is true
    5. None of these

    • Abhilasha

      Ddd

    • /!/@//@

      11

    • Shiya :|

      444

    • “MISSION”

      DD

    • @harshita@khirimauka@

      444

    • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

      111

    • varsha

      dd

    • s@chin!!!

      dddd

    • angelina

      1.

    • Rosy

      only1

    • Nidhi

      4.

  • oops sorry,,,not possible for today,,,,,

  • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

    Tym toh hota ni exam mai solve krne ka -_-

    • s@chin!!!

      mtlb pratice bhi na kre….

      • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

        Haan krle tu

        • s@chin!!!

          okkk muka nhi milla abhi tk

  • Q15. Statements:
    A ≥ B >X, W ≤ R< C, W = X

    Conclusions:
    I. R ≥ X
    II. X W
    IV. B > W

    1. Only I and II are true
    2. Only III and IV are true
    3. Only III is true
    4. Only I is true
    5. All are true

    • Abhilasha

      Eee

    • ## competition exam ###

      55

    • /!/@//@

      55

    • “MISSION”

      555

    • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

      All true

    • varsha

      55

    • s@chin!!!

      555

    • aditya

      Ee

    • angelina

      5..

    • Nidhi

      5.

  • Directions (Q16-20): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

    A. “Banking Mantras Education Site” coded as “lo na ta pa”
    B. “We Get Education Mantras” coded as “sa ta num na”
    C. “Education Give Banking Career” coded as “ki lo ta zo”
    D. “Site Will Popular” coded as “fd pa rd”
    E. “We Give Support” coded as “sa ki ho”

    • Q16. What is the code for ‘Career’?
      1. fd
      2. rd
      3. lo
      4. zo
      5. ta

      • JT

        4.

      • wanna taste success….

        44

      • Rosy

        zo

      • Nidhi

        zo

      • aditya

        Dd

      • Abhilasha

        Zo

      • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

        Zo

      • “MISSION”

        DD

      • s@chin!!!

        4444

      • varsha

        44

      • Ans. 4. zo

      • angelina

        4..

    • Q17. “we will get popular” will be coded as?
      1. fd sd sa num
      2. rd num fd na
      3. fd num rd sa
      4. Data Inadequate
      5. None of these

      • varsha

        33

      • JT

        33

      • abhi

        33

      • aditya

        Cc

      • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

        333

      • wanna taste success….

        333

      • Nidhi

        3.

      • Rosy

        333

      • “MISSION”

        CCC

      • angelina

        3..

    • Ruhani

      Sir this types of questions are there in po mains?

      • Nidhi

        no

      • nope,,, po mains coding decoding was completely different.

        Practice these type of questions for clerk.

    • Q18. What does ‘fd’ stand for?
      1. will
      2. popular
      3. site
      4. Either 1 or 2
      5. None of these

      • ## competition exam ###

        44

      • wanna taste success….

        444

      • JT

        44

      • Abhilasha

        Dd

      • aditya

        Dd

      • varsha

        44

      • “MISSION”

        D..

      • angelina

        Will

      • abhi

        44

      • Rosy

        444

      • Nidhi

        4.

      • s@chin!!!

        444

      • Sunshine

        4…

    • Q19. Which of the following will be coded as “zo ta ho” in the given code language?
      1. Mantras gives support
      2. Education support career
      3. Career education site
      4. We popular mantras
      5. None of these

      • “MISSION”

        BBBB

      • abhi

        22

      • ## competition exam ###

        222

      • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

        22222222222222222

      • s@chin!!!

        22

      • varsha

        22

      • Abhilasha

        Bbb

      • Rosy

        22

      • wanna taste success….

        22222222222222

      • Nidhi

        2.

      • aditya

        Bb

      • angelina

        2..

    • Q20. What is the code for ‘Education’?
      1. lo
      2. ta
      3. na
      4. pa
      5. ki

      • “MISSION”

        TA

      • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

        Ta

      • abhi

        22222

      • Abhilasha

        Bbbbbbb

        • abhi

          ur status?
          one republic-counting stars

      • aditya

        BBB.,

      • ## competition exam ###

        ta

      • varsha

        22…

      • s@chin!!!

        TA

      • @ngh@

        ta

      • angelina

        2.

      • ishu

        Bb

      • Ans. 2. ta

      • Rosy

        222

      • Sunshine

        ta

  • Ruhani

    Hi how was your gDPI

  • Abhilasha

    F5

  • see below

  • Q21. If E is replaced by 2, R by 5, T by 7, D by 3, S by 4, I by 6 and N by 9 then how is RESIDENT written if its letters are reversed?
    1. 79326425
    2. 79236425
    3. 52463927
    4. 54263927
    5. None of these

    • aditya

      Cc

      • aditya

        Ee

    • abhi

      55

    • wanna taste success….

      3333

    • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

      33

    • “MISSION”

      CCC

      • “MISSION”

        52463297

    • Rosy

      333

      • Rosy

        5.

        • “MISSION”

          :(

          • Rosy

            ;p

    • Nidhi

      22

    • Abhilasha

      52463297

    • varsha

      33

    • “MISSION”

      555

      • “MISSION”

        YE KESE SIR

        • Abhilasha

          Reverse

          • “MISSION”

            hmmm :(

      • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

        R by 5

        • Abhilasha

          Reverse too

        • read question carefully.

          • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

            Oops :(
            Hmm

    • ishu

      Ee

    • Godzilla return

      55

    • @ngh@

      bbbb

    • Godzilla return

      22

    • angelina

      5.

  • Q22. In a certain code ORIENT is written as ‘532146’ and SOUL is written as ‘7598’. How is LINE written in that code?
    1. 9241
    2. 8341
    3. 8241
    4. 6241
    5. None of these

    • ## competition exam ###

      cc

    • Nidhi

      33

    • Rosy

      333

    • JT

      Cc

    • aditya

      Cc

    • varsha

      33..

    • ishu

      Cc

    • abhi

      8241

    • @ngh@

      8241

    • Abhilasha

      Cc

    • s@chin!!!

      3333

    • “MISSION”

      8241

    • Godzilla return

      cc

    • angelina

      3..

    • STAR NEWS

      33

  • Q23. In a certain code ORGANISE is written as BHSPDRHM. How is DOUBTFUL written in that code?
    1. CVPEKTES
    2. CVIMVGU
    3. ATNCKTES
    4. ATNCMVGU
    5. None of these

    • varsha

      11

    • “MISSION”

      aa

    • Abhilasha

      Aaa

    • Nidhi

      11

    • Rosy

      11111

    • abhi

      11

    • Godzilla return

      11

    • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

      Aaa

    • @ngh@

      aaa

    • STAR NEWS

      11

    • aditya

      Aa

    • angelina

      1..

    • s@chin!!!

      aa

    • ishu

      Aaa

  • Rosy

    haha

  • Directions (Q24-25): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

    P is to the north of Q and S is to the east of P, who is to the south of W. T is to the west of P.

  • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

    Correct

  • Directions (Q26 to 28): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

    ‘P÷Q’ means ‘P is mother of Q’
    ‘P+Q’ means ‘P is father of Q’
    ‘P×Q’ means ‘P is sister of Q’
    ‘P-Q’ means ‘P is brother of Q’

    • Q26. What will come in place of question mark to establish that N is father of T in the following expression?

      N+R ? S×T

      1. Only ‘+’
      2. Only ‘÷’
      3. Either ‘-‘ or ‘×’
      4. Only ‘-‘
      5. None of these

      • aditya

        Cc

      • varsha

        33

      • Rosy

        333

      • abhi

        cc

      • ishu

        33

      • Abhilasha

        Cccc

      • s@chin!!!

        cccc

      • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

        Brother sister ka sign 3

      • Godzilla return

        cc

      • KOBIT

        33

      • ABHI<>

        33

      • “MISSION”

        ccc

      • @ngh@

        cccc

      • angelina

        3..

      • Ans. 3. Either ‘-‘ or ‘×’

      • Sunshine

        3…

    • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

      Inme meri speed noi hai -_-

      • “MISSION”

        same

    • Q27. What is the relation between V and Y in the given expression?

      V ÷ W – M + Y × S

      1. V is grandmother of Y
      2. V is grandfather of Y
      3. Y is son of V
      4. V is father of Y
      5. None of these
      Ans. 1. V is grandmother of Y

      • Ritesh

        aa

      • Abhilasha

        Aaa

      • varsha

        11

      • “MISSION”

        aaaaa

      • aditya

        Aa,..

      • Godzilla return

        a.

      • ishu

        Aaa

      • Nirvana

        V is grandmother of Y

      • Rosy

        1. V is grandmother of Y

      • @ngh@

        grandma

      • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

        Grand ma

        • “MISSION”

          ma

        • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

          Ma

      • Ans. 1. V is grandmother of Y

      • Sunshine

        1,,,

    • Q28. How is L related to N in the given expression?

      N + O ÷ T – L

      1. Granddaughter
      2. Grandson
      3. Father
      4. Can’t be determined
      5. None of these

      • ishu

        Dd

      • Abhilasha

        Dddd

        • Abhilasha

          either grand dauthr or son

      • Godzilla return

        44

      • “MISSION”

        ddd

      • Rosy

        Ans. 4. Can’t be determined

      • aditya

        Dd

      • @ngh@

        dddd

      • ABHI<>

        444

      • varsha

        44

      • Ans. 4. Can’t be determined

    • sorry…..answers of last 2 question posted by mistake.

      • Rosy

        :)

      • Abhilasha

        Its ok we dont hav any problem ;p
        Loyal h hm ;p

  • Rosy

    /

  • “MISSION”

    plz_/_

    • Rosy

      😀

  • Godzilla return

    margdarshan kro 😛

  • Ritesh

    none of these :p

  • Amelie

    If in a coded language,

    Bank Credit Debit Mutual………. 9#11…..17@20…16@20…..1@12

    Funo Basel Camel Liquid………. 9#15…..10@12….9@12….8@4

    Lucy Circle Banker Lower………. 13#25…….2#5…..16@18…..6@18

    Then what is the code for ‘Mobile’

    • aditya

      Cnd

    • Godzilla return

      mobile ??

    • “MISSION”

      cnd

      • Avinash

        po mains que

    • Avinash

      13#5

      • Amelie

        wrong

        • Avinash

          ans logic

          • Amelie

            8#5
            difference between digits corresponding to first and last letter
            Odd – # even – @

            Digit corresponding to last letter

          • Avinash

            thank u

          • Károly Takács

            I DNT GET IT

          • Avinash

            Bank Credit Debit Mutual………9#11…..17@20…..16@20….1@12
            take Bank word it is coded as 9#11
            first letter is B(2) and last letter K(11) unka difference 9
            even sum words coded as # in bank 4 letters so #
            bank ends with K so 11
            finally 9#11

          • Károly Takács

            TY :)

          • manjeet singh

            i think ur question wrong…..as ur explanation not matching

  • Godzilla return

    ab bta do ho gye

  • Ritesh

    hehe prso try krta hu clerk me :p

  • Directions (Q29-33): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

    Seven friends A, B, C, D, E, F and G go to market on different days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday for part-time jobs at different shops, viz Medical, Grocery, Bakery, Electronics, Garment, Hardware and Mobile, but not necessarily in the same order.

    ** C works at the Bakery shop but goes there neither on Saturday nor on Thursday.
    ** E goes on Tuesday and works at the Hardware shop.
    ** A goes on Friday but works neither in the Medical shop nor in the Garment shop.
    ** The one who goes on Monday works at the Grocery shop.
    ** The one who works in the Medical shop goes there on Wednesday.
    ** F works in the Garment shop.
    ** G works in the Electronics shop and goes on Saturday.
    ** D does not go to the market on Monday.

    • Ritesh

      done

    • Abhilasha

      Done

    • “MISSION”

      done

    • aditya

      Done

    • abhi

      done

    • Godzilla return

      done

    • Q29. Who among the following works at the Grocery shop?
      1. A
      2. B
      3. C
      4. D
      5. E

      Q30. On which day does F go to market?
      1. Monday
      2. Tuesday
      3. Wednesday
      4. Thursday
      5. Friday

      Q31. Which of the following combinations is true
      1. E-Thursday-Hardware
      2. Tuesday-Medical-D
      3. Sunday-C-Bakery
      4. Friday–Garment-F
      5. Mobile-Monday-B

      Q32. Who among the followings goes to work on Sunday?
      1. B
      2. C
      3. D
      4. F
      5. G

      Q33. The person going on Saturday works in which of the following shops?
      1. Electronics
      2. Medical
      3. Garment
      4. Grocery
      5. Mobile

      • Nidhi

        2
        4
        3
        2
        1

        • “MISSION”

          same

      • “MISSION”

        1-b
        2-d
        3-c
        4-2
        5-1

      • Godzilla return

        2
        4
        3
        2
        1

      • aditya

        22
        Dddd
        CCC
        BBB
        Aa

      • ishu

        29-2
        30-4
        31-3
        32-2
        33-1

      • abhi

        1-b
        2-d
        3-c
        4-2
        5-1

      • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

        2 4 3 2 1

      • ABHI<>

        24321

      • Answers:
        29- 2
        30- 4
        31- 3
        32- 2
        33- 1


        Correct Arrangement:

        Person—Day—Shops
        A—Friday—Mobile
        B—Monday—Grocery
        C—Sunday—Bakery
        D—Wednesday—Medical
        E— Tuesday—Hardware
        F—Thursday—Electronics

        • yogesh :))

          samee

      • Sunshine

        2
        4
        3
        2
        1

    • abhi

      sir comment on hold

      • “MISSION”

        show ho rhi he

  • Godzilla return

    sorry for d disturbance bt koi short trick btane wala ta blood relation wale ki

  • Directions (Q34-35):
    Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and give answer:

    a) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

    b) If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

    c) If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.

    d) If the data in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.

    e) If the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

  • Thank you all :)
    Hope you all enjoyed :))

    Keep Learning, Keep Rising…

    • yogesh :))

      :)) welcome sir ji:))

    • Károly Takács

      TY

    • yogesh :))

      thanku sir ji:))

    • Abhilasha

      Thank You Sir
      Really very nice session
      Enjoyed ☺☺☺☺

    • Sunshine

      Thank you Amit….:)

    • aditya

      Thanks sir kal bhi isi time pe hoga??

      • Nope.

        • aditya

          Then timing??

    • Nidhi

      thankyou..

    • ishu

      Thank u sir….late ayi…but good session

    • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

      Mera exam de aao aap -_-
      Thanq Ami Sir :)

    • ABHI<>

      thnks sirji…

    • “MISSION”

      thank u sir

    • Diya

      thanks sir

  • Abhishek
    • 〰ϻίsђtί ђsίℓ¥ţ$〰

      :):)
      Tb tk ek aur ST

    • yogesh :))

      ok sir ji :)) rat ko ap bhut late sote ho :) we can understand sir ji:)) thanku for inform

    • “MISSION”

      ohk sir jiiiii

  • Next session will be conducted very soon…

    I’ll inform you all about timings.

    • aditya

      Okk aaj hi hoga or tomorrow??

      • no,,,whenever it will be conducted, we’ll announce.

        • aditya

          Okk thanks sir

    • yogesh :))

      thik h sir ji me thoda late ho gya aj

    • yogesh :))

      sir ek questions tha confusing ho raha h plz batna

      • post the question.

        • yogesh :))

          sir ji checked above .:))

        • yogesh :))

          hich of the following is the eleventh element to the right of the second element from the left end ?? es type galat ho jate h sir plz batna

    • yogesh :))

      which of the following is the eleventh element to the right of the second element from the left end ?? es type galat ho jate h sir plz batna

      • 11+2=13…13th from left…….

        • *left

          • yogesh :))

            sir esse kaise karte h muje confusing hota h ap bato na kuch logic left right …right left left end wagra sab plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

          • Avinash

            opposite directions add
            same dirctions minus

          • yogesh :))

            example

          • Avinash

            @#ab2e45d
            asked what will be third to the left of fourth from right end(opposite )
            3+4 =7 directly 7th letter from right end that is a
            what will be second to right of fifth from right end (same direction)
            5-2=3 directly 3 rd letter from right end

          • yogesh :))

            nice thanku bro:))

          • Sunshine ✨

            Jab left and right hota hai to add karte hai and jab rght rght ya lft lft hota hai to sub

          • yogesh :))

            thanku mam

          • Sunshine ✨

            Welcome sir :))

          • Sunshine ✨

            And jo direction sentwnce ke end main hoti hai ussi direction se hum count karte hai

          • yogesh :))

            jaise uper wale me left end h par count to right se hua tha

          • Sunshine ✨

            Jaise ques main diya hai 11 frm the rght and 5 frm the left…. Ok…. To hum 11-5 karenge and count left hand side se karenge ok
            ….. 6 frm rght and 3 frm left batao ans

          • yogesh :))

            mam apne abhi to batya h left right add hoga

          • yogesh :))

            sir 13 from right he h sir

      • Sunshine

        Left +Right=Addition
        Left+Left=Subtraction
        Right +Right =Subtraction

        • yogesh :))

          thoda sa example b::)

        • yogesh :))

          thanku got it

        • yogesh :))

          thanku sir ji:)) bhul gaya hu esse karna yahi reasning me galat ho rah h

        • yogesh :))

          again thanku sir:)

    • Sunshine ✨

      Thnk u sir :)

  • “MISSION”

    @Just_out:disqus

  • Godzilla return

    (Qs. 11 to 14). A “grammar” teacher instructs her
    students with the following inputs for restatement as per given
    rules:
    Input: Cigarette smoking is injurious to health.
    Rule 1—Smoking of cigarette is injurious to health
    Rule 2—Cigarette when smoked injurious health
    Rule 3—Health is injured due to smoking
    Rule 4—Smoking in any form is injurious to health
    As per rules dictated by the teacher, find out (as a student), the
    relevant step or the input, as asked in the given problems.

    • Godzilla return

      11. Input: Tobacco chewing is harmful for teeth. Which of the
      following rule is: “Chewing of tobacco is injurious for teeth.”
      1) Rule II 2) Rule III
      3) Rule I 4) Rule IV
      5) None of these

      • aditya

        Rule 1

    • Godzilla return

      12. “Students are benefited due to coachings”, is which rule of
      given input?
      1) Rule I
      2) Rule III
      3) Rule II
      4) Data inadequate
      5) None of these

      • aditya

        Rule 3

    • Godzilla return

      13. Rule 4 on an input is “coachings in any form are beneficial
      for the students”; what would be Rule 1 for the input?
      1) Taking of coachings is beneficial to the students
      2) Coaching when taken, benefit the student
      3) Students are benefited due to coachings
      4) Data inadequate
      5) None of these

      • aditya

        Dd

        • Godzilla return

          1.

    • Godzilla return

      14. Input given by a teacher is “Excessive weightlifting is harmful
      for joints” which of the following will be rule 3 of the input?
      1) Weights are harmful for joints.
      2) Excessive weights, when lifted harm joints.
      Test Of Reasoning 8
      3) Weightlifting in any form harm joints.
      4) Joints are harmed due to excessive weightlifting.
      5) Data inadequate

      • aditya

        DDD,..

  • I M Possible ………

    a milkman bought 10 lts milk @ rs 7 per ltr and added some water so that water will be 16.66% of the mixture.he then replaced some amount of mixture from water so that ratio of milk and water in the new ratio will be 2:1,now he sold new misture at cost price of milk and replaced mixture at double of the cost price of milk.what would be the net profit prcnt??

    • far behind^^

      ans ?

    • Károly Takács

      1/6……………….1
      ……….1/3…
      2/3……………..1/6
      12………………..3.
      4…………………..1
      1/5 IS REPLAC REPLACED
      12/5=-===2.4
      12*7=84
      2.4*14==33.3
      TOTAL CP== 70 AND SP==117.3
      P==67.5 APROX

    • manjeet singh

      ans??

  • Abhishek

    Banking & Economy Awareness Live Disqus Quiz (November 25th, 2016)

    http://www.bankingmantras.com/banking-economy-awareness-live-disqus-quiz-november-25th-2016/

  • RV@DON

    In the year 2000, the luxury car industry had two car manufacturers—Maruti and Honda with market shares of 25% and 75% respectively. In 2001, the overall market for the product increased by 50% and a new player BMW also entered the market and captured 15% of the market share. If we know that the market share of Maruti increased to 50% in the second year, the share of Honda in that year was:
    (a) 50%
    (b) 45%
    (c) 40%
    (d) 35%
    (e) None of these

    • Avinash

      60% ?? check where i wrong i got like this
      let in 2000 maruti 250 honda 750 total 1000
      in 2001 total 1500 bmw 225 maryti 375 maruti+bmw=600 then honda 900
      900/1500*100=60%

      • RV@DON

        ans–35%

        • Avinash

          :(((

    • far behind^^

      35 :p

      • Avinash

        let in 2000 maruti 250 honda 750 total 1000
        in 2001 total 1500 bmw 225 maryti 375 maruti+bmw=600 then honda 900
        900/1500*100=60%
        :((( explain me where i wrong

        • far behind^^

          they are trying to confuse u.. read again

    • far behind^^

      100-65=35

      • Avinash

        explain

        • far behind^^

          ek mins

    • far behind^^

      let total is 100
      maruti-25
      honda-75
      now 50% increased that is 150 which is 100%
      now bmw=15%
      maruti=50%
      honda=100-65%
      honda=35% :)

      • Avinash

        assumption se explain plzz i confuse with percentage

        • far behind^^

          let 1000
          maruthi=250
          honda=750
          now after increasing 1500
          so
          bmw=15/100(1500)
          =225
          maruthi=50/100*1500
          975
          remaining honda=525
          now
          525/1500*100=35%

          • Avinash

            thank u so much

    • far behind^^

      do u try puzzle ? reasoning ?

    • yogesh :))

      35% y ekya h bus addition he karna h haha ibps clerk me aane chiye ye sum

    • far behind^^

      let 1000

      maruthi=250

      honda=750

      now after increasing 1500

      so

      bmw=15/100(1500)

      =225

      maruthi=50/100*1500

      975

      remaining honda=525

      now

      525/1500*100=35%..

    • yogesh :))

      25 75
      h total so share hua increase 50 %
      150 actualy share of both is maruti and honda –
      25 – 75=100%

      maruti ka share hua increase 50 % tak mean honda hua kam 25 se
      so ratio 50 – 50 new came bmw 15 % so again honda loss 15 % total 35 honda share

  • “MISSION”

    ohk…

  • “MISSION”

    thanks :))

  • yogesh :))

    me sir nai hu me to yogesh hu :)) thanku mam

    • Sunshine ✨

      Ok sir bye :)

      • yogesh :))

        again sir :((

  • yogesh :))

    ek question esse left se count karege 16 ko

    • Sunshine ✨

      Yes

      • yogesh :))

        thanku so much mam ;:)

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