IBPS PO PRE REVISION : Logical Reasoning Live Quiz Session – 16

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  • Lokesh

    Good Morning Friends :)

    • Focused

      Very Good Morning..

    • Consistent Now….

      Gud morning Sir…..

  • Lokesh

    Question.1. Krishna walks 40 m towards north. Then after turning right he walks 60 m. Then he turns right and walks 70 m. After that he turns left and walks 30 m. Then he again turns left and walks 30 m. In which direction with respect to the initial position and how much distant is he from the starting point?
    1) 60 m, east
    2) 90 m, east
    3) 60 m, north
    4) 30 m, west
    5) 60 m, south

    • 〰yeSSey〰

      22

    • Focused

      2) 90 m, east

    • Shivay

      Bbbb

    • Maria

      22

    • Consistent Now….

      222

    • sweetygoyal

      bb

    • ~ARYA~ఆర్య~आर्य~

      bbb

    • Lokesh

      Answer – 2

    • Garima

      22

    • Shiva_THE SUPER HERO

      90 m east..

  • Lokesh

    Question.2. Starting from O, Vivek walked 40 m towards south, then he turned left and walked 60 m. He again turned left and walked 40 m. He once again turned left and walked 80 m and reached at D. How far and in which direction is D from O?
    1) 20 m, east
    2) 40 m, west
    3) 20 m, west
    4) 20 m, south
    5) 20 m, north

  • Lokesh

    Directions (Q. 3-7): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

    Twelve people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K and L are sitting in two rows with six persons sitting in each row. A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in row 1 whose professions are Architect, Painter, Writer, Teacher, Dancer and Dentist but not necessarily in the given order.
    The others are sitting in row 2 and have the following professions – Doctor, Scientist, Engineer, Swimmer, Singer and Politician – but not necessarily in the given order. Persons sitting in row 1 are facing South and the persons sitting in row 2 are facing North.

    • J, the singer faces the dancer who sits third to the left of A.
    • The teacher faces L whereas C faces the engineer.
    • F the architect and the dentist sit on the extreme ends of their row.
    • The Politician faces D and is fifth to the right of G, the doctor.
    • The painter and K, the scientist face each other.
    • The singer and L, the swimmer sit adjacent to each other whereas H sits second to the right of the doctor.
    • The writer does not sit adjacent to B.

    Question.3. Who sits opposite to the swimmer ?
    1) E
    2) F
    3) B
    4) D
    5) Cannot be determined

    • Maria

      11

    • sweetygoyal

      aa

    • I + M + POSSIBLE

      1111

    • Garima

      1-E

    • Maria

      ques??

    • Happy ( ●‿● )

      11

    • Focused

      1) E

    • Lokesh

      Answer.3. 1

    • Lokesh

      Question.4. Four of the following form a group. Select the one that does not belong to the group.
      1) J
      2) The scientist
      3) The painter
      4) E
      5) B

      • Focused

        4) E

      • Maria

        44

      • Consistent Now….

        4-E

      • Happy ( ●‿● )

        E.

      • sweetygoyal

        dd

      • Garima

        4444

      • I + M + POSSIBLE

        ddd

      • Lokesh

        Answer.4. 4

      • Lokesh

        Question.5. Who sits second to the left of E?
        1) F
        2) The dentist
        3) B
        4) The painter
        5) The writer

        • Maria

          22

        • Focused

          2) The dentist

        • I + M + POSSIBLE

          bbbbb

        • Consistent Now….

          DENTIST

        • Happy ( ●‿● )

          22 dentist

        • sweetygoyal

          bb

        • Lokesh

          Answer.5. 2

        • Ultimate Strategy

          22

        • Lokesh

          Question.6. If KC, HE, JD and LB are related in a particular way, then whom is G related to?
          1) B
          2) The architect
          3) The writer
          4) A
          5) Cannot be determined

        • Ati

          22

      • Ati

        44

      • Ultimate Strategy

        44

    • Ati

      11

    • seeker…

      11

    • Ultimate Strategy

      11

    • Lokesh
  • :)

    ans
    F A C E B D
    G K H L J I ?

    • Ati

      right

      • :)

        OK :)

  • Lokesh

    Directions (Q.8-12): Study the following information to answer the questions:

    Eight inmates – Kripa, Latha, Mishti, Neha, Pakhi, Rashmi, Shweta and Trisha – living on different floors – 1st to 8th – of a working women’s hostel are sitting around a circular table, not in any particular order. At least three of them are facing outside.

    i. Mishti who lives on the 7th floor faces outside and sits opposite to the one who lives on the 4th floor.
    ii. Kripa lives on the 8th floor and sits on the immediate right of the one on the 6th floor as well as the one on the 3rd floor.
    iii. Latha sits second to the right of the one who lives on the 3rd floor.
    iv. Shweta and Neha sit next to each other and both are not neighbours of Pakhi.
    v. Trisha who lives on the 1st floor sits on the immediate right of the one who lives on the 5th floor as well as Pakhi.
    vi. The girls living on the 5th and 7th floors are neighbours of Shweta.
    vii. The girls living on the 3rd and 4th floors are sitting on the immediate left of each other.
    viii. Rashmi faces the same direction as Mishti.

    • Lokesh

      Question.8. Who are the neighbours of Kripa?
      1) Pakhi and Rashmi
      2) Trisha and Shweta
      3) Rashmi and Latha
      4) Mishti and Latha
      5) Neha and Pakhi

      • Consistent Now….

        444

      • Maria

        33

      • advik____11

        latha and rashmi

      • I + M + POSSIBLE

        33333

      • Ati

        33

      • seeker…

        33

      • Shivay

        Ccc

      • sweetygoyal

        cc

    • Ultimate Strategy

      Don’t get it. Immediate right of both person’s???
      Kripa lives on the 8th floor and sits on the immediate right of the one on the 6th floor as well as the one on the 3rd floor.

      • Dhiren

        means one neighbor is facing outside and one inside

        • Ultimate Strategy

          Oooo. :-( thank u

    • Lokesh

      Question.9. Who sits opposite to Latha?
      1) Mishti
      2) Trisha
      3) Pakhi
      4) Shweta
      5) Latha

      • seeker…

        22

      • Maria

        22

      • advik____11

        trisha

      • 〰yeSSey〰

        Trisha

      • sweetygoyal

        bb

      • Shivay

        Bbbb

      • Ati

        22

      • Shivay

        Bbb

    • Lokesh

      Question.10. Who sits between Mishti and Neha?
      1) Pakhi
      2) Shweta
      3) Kripa
      4) Trisha
      5) Rashmi

      • 〰yeSSey〰

        Shweta

      • Shivay

        Bbbbbbb

      • advik____11

        shweta

      • Maria

        22..

      • sweetygoyal

        bbbb

      • Ati

        222

    • Lokesh

      Question.11. If Pakhi and Mishti are related in a particular way and Rashmi and Shweta are also related in the same way then from the options given below select another pair of girls who are related in the same way.
      1) Latha and Mishti
      2) Rashmi and Trisha
      3) Kripa and Shweta
      4) Neha and Pakhi
      5) Kripa and Neha

      • Maria

        55

      • advik____11

        kripa and neha

      • 〰yeSSey〰

        Kripa n neha

      • Ati

        55

      • Shivay

        Eeee

      • sweetygoyal

        eee

      • Consistent Now….

        55

    • Lokesh

      Question.12. If the girls are made to sit in the clockwise direction starting from Kripa, according to the order in which their names are arranged in English alphabet then how many places remain unchanged?
      1) One
      2) Two
      3) Three
      4) Four
      5) Five

      • Maria

        22

        • Maria

          excluding kripa

      • 〰yeSSey〰

        Two
        Mishti n latha

      • Shivay

        Ccccc

      • Consistent Now….

        TWO

      • sweetygoyal

        cc

        • sweetygoyal

          bb

      • Ati

        22

      • Lokesh

        Please F5

      • Maria

        ans?

        • Consistent Now….

          check above!!

        • Lokesh

          Just below the puzzle

          • Maria

            no sir of this one? its 3 or 2 mns including or excluding kripa?? nt mentioned in ques na

          • Dhiren

            approve my comment.

          • Lokesh

            approved dear

    • Lokesh
      • anvi

        Rashmi faces the same direction as mishti…
        check ur solution again

  • Maria

    nt able to see the questions..//

    • Lokesh

      Just below the puzzle

      • Maria

        got it Sir..

  • Dhiren

    @Mod.. approve my comment

    • Ankit

      Wait ..doing

      • Dhiren

        approve any1..both r same

        • Ankit

          Done.

  • Lokesh

    That’s all for today

    Thanks :)

    • Shivay

      Thanks sir……

    • Ati

      thanku sir :)

    • Consistent Now….

      Thanks Sir…….

    • Maria

      thanku Sir..

    • 〰yeSSey〰

      Thank you Admin _/_ :)

    • Ultimate Strategy

      Thank u :-)

    • sweetygoyal

      tq sir

  • Maria

    yup

  • Ankit

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    • 〰yeSSey〰

      Iska koi fix tym rakhlo

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    • Yogesh

      done almost

    • Yogesh

      program cancel half done

      • Amazon/ Stalwart

        ok

        • Yogesh

          ok ji

    • advik____11

      79verma 76saini/mukherjee 71saxena 74mukherjee/saini 73gpta
      72arora 75mehra/77bisht 80sharma 77bisht/75mehra 78malhotra??

      • Amazon/ Stalwart

        dnt hv ans :(
        ty :))

        • advik____11

          wc:)

  • puja

    starting from B-table tennis,F-hockey, D -football, G-carrom, A -chess, H-basketball, C-chess, E-cricket
    family1… – A (father) , B( mother), C-daughter, D-son
    family 2—- E -father, H-mother, G-daugher , F-hockey..

    Check this…..tell me whether Ans is right or wrong?

  • Amazon/ Stalwart

    :( ok

  • anvi

    Family 1 – A ( father) B(mother) C(daughter), D(son)
    Family 2 – H (mother), E(father), F(son), G(Daughter)
    B-TT, F-HOCKEY, D-FOOTBALL, G-CARROM, A-VOLLEYBALL, H-BASKET, C-CHESS, E-CRICKET

    • payal

      yar H K SAth ‘he ‘ use hua h….to mother kasse hui?

  • Anusha Naidu

    im confusing whether it follows 2nd conclusion or not???
    plz help me friends… im sure 2 not collows but some one not accepting this… pls help me out….

    Statement
    Some car are bus
    All bus are truck
    No truck is boat

    Conclusions
    Some car are not boat
    Some trucks are not boat
    Some boat are not car

  • suraj

    sir live Discussion ka time kya hai

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