RRB NTPC Reasoning Ability Quiz 1

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RRB NTPC Reasoning Ability Quiz 1

Introduction

Reasoning is an important section in the employment related competitive exams in India. In particular, exams like RRB, SSC, IES, IAS, UPSC, IBPS, SBI, SIB, Insurance, IDBI and other bank related employment exams have Reasoning questions along with Quantitative Aptitude. The Reasoning section primarily has questions related to the Syllogism, Directions, and Inequality , etc. This article presents RRB NTPC Reasoning Ability Quiz 1 for acing the RRB NTPC Reasoning Ability CBT I Examination.

Quiz

1. Carbon : Diamond :: Corundum : ?
A. Garnet B. Pearl C. Pukhraj D. Ruby

Explanation - Second is the form of first
2. Wheel : Hub :: Earth : ?
A. Centre B. Rotation C. Axis D. Elliptical

Explanation - First rotate about the second
3. How many pairs of letters are there in the word SANDWITCH, each of which have as many letters between then in the word as they have between then in the English alphabet?
A. None B. One C. Two D. Three

Explanation - Forward – SW, AN
Reverse – HN
4. How many pairs of letters are there in the word COMPLAINT, each of which have as many letters between then in the word as they have between then in the English alphabet?
A. None B. One C. Two D. Three

Explanation - Forward – CI
Reverse – LO, IM
5. Statement: Mexico’s ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), which has dominated its politics for the better part of a century, seems at risk of a defeat in the July 1 election. Conclusions: I. The PRI has won most of the elections held in Mexico in the last 100 years. II. The PRI will no longer remain the reigning party in Mexico post July. III. The leaders of PRI seemed to have irked the sentiments of the common people in Mexico.
A. Only I follow B. Only II follow C. Both I and II follow D. Both II and III follow

Explanation - Only conclusion I follows from the given statement. We have been told that the PRI has dominated Mexico’s politics for the better part of a century, from which we can easily conclude that they’ve won most of the elections that have been held in Mexico in the last 100 years. Conclusion II does not follow because we do not know for certain of the PRI is going to lose in the coming elections. The statement tells us that the ruling party seems to be at a risk of defeat. Conclusion II does not follow as we do not know the reasons for assuming that the ruling party might not win the upcoming elections.
Direction(1-2): Study the information below and answer the following question: –
In a certain code language,
‘Attend class daily good’ is written as 9\$5, 24%9, 3\$6, 24*3 ‘Begin great any matter’ is written as 3&3, 8\$9, 10*15, 14\$4 ‘Less error and fire’ is written as 10\$7, 23%8, 9%14, 24&3 ‘Tool better than screw’ is written as 16%22, 5\$21, 10*4, 14%22
1. The code for the word ‘ great'
A. 3&3 B. 8\$9 C. 10*15 D. 14\$4

Explanation - GREAT = 8\$9
G = 7 in alphabet + 2 = 9
T = 7 in reverse order + 1 = 8
Five letter word = \$
2. According to the given code, what is the code for ‘Person’?
A. 12*16 B. 14*18 C. 12\$16 D. 16#18

Explanation - Person = 14*18
P = 16 in alphabet + 2 = 18
N = 13 in reverse order + 1 = 14
Six letter word = *
3. Conclusions: All monkeys being aero planes is a possibility All notes being aero planes is a possibility Statements: Statements – 1: All monkeys are notes. No note is a drum. All cars are notes. All drums are aero planes. Statements – 2: Some monkeys are notes. No note is an aero plane. All cars are drums. All drums are aero planes. Statements – 3: Some monkeys are notes. No note is a drum. All cars are notes. All drums are aero planes. Statements – 4: All monkeys are notes. No note is an aero plane. All cars are drums. All drums are aero planes. Statements – 5: All monkeys are notes. No note is a drum. All cars are drums. All drums are aero planes
A. Only Statements – 1 & 3 & 5 B. Only Statements – 2 & 3 & 4 D. Only Statements – 3 B. Only Statements – 4 & 5

Explanation -
Direction(4-5):
P × Q means P is father of Q P + Q means P is wife of Q P ÷ Q means P is daughter of Q P – Q means P is son of Q
4. Which of the following relations are true based upon the relation given in the equation ? A – B × C + D – E
A. E is mother-in-law of C B. D is brother of A C. E is wife of B D. A is brother of C

Explanation - A son B father C wife D son E
5. What will come in the place of ? to establish that M is the nephew of N in the expression M ? K ÷ L × N
A. + B. ÷ C. × D. -

Explanation - M – K ÷ L × N
M son K daughter L father N
Direction(1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
There are eight persons in a family M, N, O , P, Q, R, S and T are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Among them there are three doctors, two Engineers, two Authors and one Painter. Each person has only one occupation. There are three married couples in the family and no unmarried female. Three generation are there in the family.
P has two children. S and T are children of Q and O respectively. R is wife of P and mother of N and M. O is a female but not wife of M
S, a grandson of P, sits exactly between O and M and only Q sits exactly between N and R. Only one person sits between O and N but he is not T. N is not the immediate neighbour of S, who is not opposite to P. N does not sit opposite to a female. One of the sons of P is on immediate left of P. The person who is on the immediate left of S and the person who is on the immediate right of N are not doctors. The immediate neighbours of Q are neither an Engineer nor a Doctor. T is a Painter
1. Who among the following sits exactly between P and Q ?
A. Author B. Doctor C. Engineer D. Painter

Explanation [1-5]-

2. Which of the following does not form a group ?
A. R B. M C. Q D. O