# SIB PO Reasoning Ability Practice Quiz 3

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# SIB PO Reasoning Ability Practice Quiz 3

### Introduction

The SIB PO 2019 Stage - 1 Online Test consists of four different sections containing different marks with a total of 200 marks.
There is a Negative marking in SIB PO Online Exam and 0.25 marks are deducted for each wrong answer. Candidates must clear the cut-off in all the sections to qualify for the Group Exercises & Interview.
Sr. No Name of Subject No. of Qs. Max. Marks Version Time allotted for each test (Separately timed)
1. Reasoning & Computer Aptitude 40 50

Only English
40 minutes
2. General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness 40 50 20 minutes
3. English Language 40 50 40 minutes
4. Data Analysis & Interpretation 40 50 40 minutes
Total 160 200 140 minutes

The Reasoning section primarily has questions related to the Syllogism, Directions, and Inequality , etc. This article presents SIB PO Reasoning Ability Practice Quiz 3 for acing the SIB PO Examination. The online examination for South Indian Bank PO 2019 recruitment is scheduled to be conducted in 25.07.2019.

### Quiz

1. Who among A, B, C, D and E was the first to reach the station? 1) B reached earlier than E, A and C were not the first to reach. 2) A reached earlier than both C and E, but could not reach earlier than D, who was at the station before B. 3) C didn’t reach just after A
A. only 1 and 2 B. only 2 and 3 C. only 2 D. all 1, 2 and 3 E. none of these

2. P, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting around a circular table, facing the centre. Who is sitting opposite P? 1) Q and R are sitting opposite each other. 2) T may sit either on the immediate left of Q or on the immediate right of R. 3) S cannot sit opposite T, and P cannot sit opposite T
A. only 1 B. only 1 and 2 C. only 2 and 3 D. all of them E. none of these

3. Who is the tallest among A, B, C, D and E? 1) C is taller than B but not as tall as E. 2) A is not the shortest. 3) A is taller than only D.
A. only 1 B. only 2 and 3 C. only 1 and either 2 or 3 D. only 1 and 3 E. none of these

4. Botany: Plants :: Cardiology: ?
A. Lungs ‘ B. Heart C. Liver D. kidney E. None of these

5. Boxing : Ring :: Basketball: ?
A. Ring B. Court C. Pool D. Course E. None of these

Explanation -
From 1) E>B (B is earlier than E) and A and C are not first
From 2) C,E > A (A reached earlier than C and E) and also A>D (D is earlier than A) and B>D (D was at station before B ) so we get D is first to reach the station
From 3) we can’t say anything
Explanation -
From 1st Q and R are opposite to each other
From second we get either T is to the immediate right of R or to the immediate left of Q so from all three we get that P is opposite to S
Explanation -
1) E>C>B
2) A is not the shortest
3) A>D (only D),
So from 1 and 3 we get that E is the tallest person
Explanation -
Botany is the study of plants while cardiology is the study of heart
Explanation -
Boxing is played in ring similarly basketball is played in court
Direction(1-3): Answer the following questions based on the arrangement given below:- Y W % 2 @ C N 3 A S M 9 \$ ! D * T 4 # B L + 7 ? 5 G F 6
1. How many such symbols are there in the arrangement which are immediately followed by letter and immediately preceded by a number ?
A. one B. two C. three D. more than three E. None of these

2. If the numbers immediately after the symbols get their value doubled. Then find the sum of all such numbers.
A. 24 B. 28 C. 32 D. 34 E. None of these

3. How many such numbers are there which are immediately followed by letter but not immediately preceded by the symbol ?
A. one B. two C. three D. more than three E. None of these

Directions (4 – 5):Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
The consonants are arranged from 1 to 9 like B = 1, C = 2 and so on. Except M, N and P are not marked in such sequence so that Q = 1, R = 2 and so on. M, N and P are marked as 1, 3 and 4 respectively.
• If in a word, after a vowel a consonant exists mark both of them as ‘#’ and after that any other vowel comes mark it as ‘^’. (For example: RAHUL – 2##^9) • If in a word, after a vowel a vowel exists mark both of them as ‘\$’ and after that any other vowel comes mark it as ‘^’. (For example: TRAIN – 42\$\$3) • If in a word, first letter is a vowel and last letter is also a vowel, mark both of them as ‘*’ and after that any other vowel comes mark it as ‘^’. (For example: USAGE – *3^5*) • If a word starts with M, N or P and after that any vowel comes in the word, mark the vowel as with the number assigned to M, N or P. (For example: MANGO – 11351) • If in a word, no such condition is satisfied mark the consonants with their assigned number and mark the vowel with ‘^’.

4. Find the code for ‘UMBRELLA’?
A. *912\$\$9* B. *112\$\$9* C. *122^99* D. *112^99* E. None of these

5. Find the sum of numbers used in the code of ‘AMPLE FRUIT’?
A. 20 B. 25 C. 24 D. 18 E. None of these

Explanation -
2@C and 4#B
Explanation -
2, 7 and 5. So the sum of these numbers = 4+14+10 = 28
Explanation -
N3A
Explanation -
‘UMBRELLA’ follows if in a word, first letter is a vowel and last letter is also a vowel, mark both of them as ‘*’ and after that any other vowel comes mark it as ‘^’.
Hence, the code for ‘UMBRELLA’ is ‘*112^99*’.
Explanation -
‘AMPLE’ follows if in a word, first letter is a vowel and last letter is also a vowel, mark both of them as ‘*’ and after that any other vowel comes mark it as ‘^’.
Hence, code for ‘AMPLE’ is ‘*149*’
‘FRUIT’ follows if in a word, after a vowel a vowel exists mark both of them as ‘\$’ and after that any other vowel comes mark it as ‘^’.
Hence, code for ‘FRUIT’ is ‘42\$\$4’
Hence, the code for ‘AMPLE FRUIT’ is ‘*149* 42\$\$4’
Sum of the numbers 1 + 4 + 9 + 4 + 2 + 4 = 24
1. A notice on the railway station says that those having tickets for the second class will be penalized if found travelling in first class compartments I. Those having tickets for first class are not allowed to travel in second class compartments II. To check the tickets, inspections are going on.
A. If only I is implicit. B. If only II is implicit. C. If either I or II is implicit. D. If neither I nor II is implicit. E. If both I and II are implicit.

2. Since the past 5 years the prices of petrol and diesel are constant only in Myanmar. I. The prices of these have changed throughout the world other than Myanmar. II. In Myanmar the prices were different before these 5 years.
A. If only I is implicit. B. If only II is implicit. C. If either I or II is implicit. D. If neither I nor II is implicit. E. If both I and II are implicit.

3. It was Sunday on Jan 1, 2006. What was the day of the week Jan 1, 2010?
A. Sunday B. Saturday C. Friday D. Wednesday E. Thursday

4. How many pairs of letters are there in the word RYTHMICAL, 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 E. More than three

5. Sumit starts his journey by walking in South direction. After travelling a distance of 60 m, he turned to his right and travelled 45 m. Then he goes 30 m towards North and further travels by turning 45o in clockwise direction. In what direction is he travelling now?
A. South-west B. North-east C. North-west D. South-east E. East

Explanation -
The notice has nothing to do with people having first class tickets.
A notice is there, so it can mean that checking can take place regularly.
Explanation -
The ‘only’ word present in statement means that in other places prices have changed over these 5 years.
Since the statements talks about constant prices in 5 years only, so before that prices were different.
Explanation -
On 31st December, 2005 it was Saturday.
Number of odd days from the year 2006 to the year 2009 = (1 + 1 + 2 + 1) = 5 days.
On 31st December 2009, it was Thursday.
Thus, on 1st Jan, 2010 it is Friday.
Explanation -
Forward – RT, IL
Explanation -

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