# IBPS Clerk 2018 Mains: Reasoning Test Day 14

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##### 1. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**Ten people live in three buildings namely A, B and C. Building A is immediate left of building B whereas building C is to the second right of building A. A maximum of four people live in a building. (Note: Immediate above or below implies that the person is not in the same building.)

As many floors are there below the floor in which T lives as it is above the floor in which Y lives. There are four floors above the floor in which S lives. S does not live in building B but lives at floor number 5. Z lives in that floor which is the sum of the floor number in which R and S lives. The sum of floor number in which P and T live is 3 and both live in different building. R lives in building B and lives at the topmost floor. T and Y live in same building but they do not live in building A. The sum of the number of the floor in which T and V live is equal to the floor number in which Y live. T lives in the even numbered floor. Equal numbers of floors are there below the floor in which Q lives and above the floor in which W lives. There are two floors between W and Q in the same building. U lives on that floor number which is immediately below the floor number in which V lives. Only two people live in building C. S and U live in same building. R lives immediately two floors above the floor in which S lives.**Who among the following lives in the same building?**CorrectAnswer –

**1) Z – P**

**Solution:**

IncorrectAnswer –

**1) Z – P**

**Solution:**

- Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**Ten people live in three buildings namely A, B and C. Building A is immediate left of building B whereas building C is to the second right of building A. A maximum of four people live in a building. (Note: Immediate above or below implies that the person is not in the same building.)

As many floors are there below the floor in which T lives as it is above the floor in which Y lives. There are four floors above the floor in which S lives. S does not live in building B but lives at floor number 5. Z lives in that floor which is the sum of the floor number in which R and S lives. The sum of floor number in which P and T live is 3 and both live in different building. R lives in building B and lives at the topmost floor. T and Y live in same building but they do not live in building A. The sum of the number of the floor in which T and V live is equal to the floor number in which Y live. T lives in the even numbered floor. Equal numbers of floors are there below the floor in which Q lives and above the floor in which W lives. There are two floors between W and Q in the same building. U lives on that floor number which is immediately below the floor number in which V lives. Only two people live in building C. S and U live in same building. R lives immediately two floors above the floor in which S lives.**What is the sum of floors of U and V?**CorrectAnswer –

**2) 7**IncorrectAnswer –

**2) 7** - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**Ten people live in three buildings namely A, B and C. Building A is immediate left of building B whereas building C is to the second right of building A. A maximum of four people live in a building. (Note: Immediate above or below implies that the person is not in the same building.)

As many floors are there below the floor in which T lives as it is above the floor in which Y lives. There are four floors above the floor in which S lives. S does not live in building B but lives at floor number 5. Z lives in that floor which is the sum of the floor number in which R and S lives. The sum of floor number in which P and T live is 3 and both live in different building. R lives in building B and lives at the topmost floor. T and Y live in same building but they do not live in building A. The sum of the number of the floor in which T and V live is equal to the floor number in which Y live. T lives in the even numbered floor. Equal numbers of floors are there below the floor in which Q lives and above the floor in which W lives. There are two floors between W and Q in the same building. U lives on that floor number which is immediately below the floor number in which V lives. Only two people live in building C. S and U live in same building. R lives immediately two floors above the floor in which S lives.**How many floors are there between Q and P?**CorrectAnswer –

**5) Cannot be determined**IncorrectAnswer –

**5) Cannot be determined** - Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**

As many floors are there below the floor in which T lives as it is above the floor in which Y lives. There are four floors above the floor in which S lives. S does not live in building B but lives at floor number 5. Z lives in that floor which is the sum of the floor number in which R and S lives. The sum of floor number in which P and T live is 3 and both live in different building. R lives in building B and lives at the topmost floor. T and Y live in same building but they do not live in building A. The sum of the number of the floor in which T and V live is equal to the floor number in which Y live. T lives in the even numbered floor. Equal numbers of floors are there below the floor in which Q lives and above the floor in which W lives. There are two floors between W and Q in the same building. U lives on that floor number which is immediately below the floor number in which V lives. Only two people live in building C. S and U live in same building. R lives immediately two floors above the floor in which S lives.**Who among the following are immediate neighbours?**CorrectAnswer –

**2) R – Y**IncorrectAnswer –

**2) R – Y** - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**

As many floors are there below the floor in which T lives as it is above the floor in which Y lives. There are four floors above the floor in which S lives. S does not live in building B but lives at floor number 5. Z lives in that floor which is the sum of the floor number in which R and S lives. The sum of floor number in which P and T live is 3 and both live in different building. R lives in building B and lives at the topmost floor. T and Y live in same building but they do not live in building A. The sum of the number of the floor in which T and V live is equal to the floor number in which Y live. T lives in the even numbered floor. Equal numbers of floors are there below the floor in which Q lives and above the floor in which W lives. There are two floors between W and Q in the same building. U lives on that floor number which is immediately below the floor number in which V lives. Only two people live in building C. S and U live in same building. R lives immediately two floors above the floor in which S lives.**Who among the following lives on odd numbered floor?**CorrectAnswer –

**1) U**IncorrectAnswer –

**1) U** - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:**Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in line PQ, facing south direction and distance between two adjacent friends increases when we move from point P to point Q in consecutive integral multiple of 9m. Minimum possible distance between two friends is 18m in line PQ. Two friends sit between C and F. D sits to the immediate left of B and neither of them is sitting next to the person sitting at extreme ends of the line. A is first person from the right end. E and F are not immediate neighbours. Person sitting nearest to point Q is 7m away from point Q.

Six friends U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in the line MN facing south and distance between two adjacent friends increases when we move from point M to point N in consecutive integral multiple of 5m. Atmost the distance between two immediate neighbours in line MN is 30m. V sits towards left of W and distance between them is 75m. U sits at the immediate right of the Y and there is no person to the right of U. Z does not sit towards left of X. Person sitting farthest from point M is at distance of 104m from point M. W does not sit nearest to point M.**Based on the above conditions:**

I. In line PQ, people whose distance from Q is an odd number will move to line EF maintaining their respective positions and others will remain at their respective positions.

II. In line MN, people whose distance from M ends up with the number with unit digit 4 will move to line ST maintaining their respective positions and others will remain at their respective positions.

Length of line PQ is 189m, MN is 107m, EF is 42m and ST is 78m.**How many friends changed their positions?**CorrectAnswer –

**4) Eight**

Solution:

IncorrectAnswer –

**4) Eight**

Solution:

- Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:**Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in line PQ, facing south direction and distance between two adjacent friends increases when we move from point P to point Q in consecutive integral multiple of 9m. Minimum possible distance between two friends is 18m in line PQ. Two friends sit between C and F. D sits to the immediate left of B and neither of them is sitting next to the person sitting at extreme ends of the line. A is first person from the right end. E and F are not immediate neighbours. Person sitting nearest to point Q is 7m away from point Q.

Six friends U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in the line MN facing south and distance between two adjacent friends increases when we move from point M to point N in consecutive integral multiple of 5m. Atmost the distance between two immediate neighbours in line MN is 30m. V sits towards left of W and distance between them is 75m. U sits at the immediate right of the Y and there is no person to the right of U. Z does not sit towards left of X. Person sitting farthest from point M is at distance of 104m from point M. W does not sit nearest to point M.**Based on the above conditions:**

I. In line PQ, people whose distance from Q is an odd number will move to line EF maintaining their respective positions and others will remain at their respective positions.

II. In line MN, people whose distance from M ends up with the number with unit digit 4 will move to line ST maintaining their respective positions and others will remain at their respective positions.

Length of line PQ is 189m, MN is 107m, EF is 42m and ST is 78m.**After movement, what is the distance between the any two persons in the line MN? In case only one person left choose option 5.**CorrectAnswer –

**2) 20m**IncorrectAnswer –

**2) 20m** - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:**Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in line PQ, facing south direction and distance between two adjacent friends increases when we move from point P to point Q in consecutive integral multiple of 9m. Minimum possible distance between two friends is 18m in line PQ. Two friends sit between C and F. D sits to the immediate left of B and neither of them is sitting next to the person sitting at extreme ends of the line. A is first person from the right end. E and F are not immediate neighbours. Person sitting nearest to point Q is 7m away from point Q.

Six friends U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in the line MN facing south and distance between two adjacent friends increases when we move from point M to point N in consecutive integral multiple of 5m. Atmost the distance between two immediate neighbours in line MN is 30m. V sits towards left of W and distance between them is 75m. U sits at the immediate right of the Y and there is no person to the right of U. Z does not sit towards left of X. Person sitting farthest from point M is at distance of 104m from point M. W does not sit nearest to point M.**Based on the above conditions:**

I. In line PQ, people whose distance from Q is an odd number will move to line EF maintaining their respective positions and others will remain at their respective positions.

II. In line MN, people whose distance from M ends up with the number with unit digit 4 will move to line ST maintaining their respective positions and others will remain at their respective positions.

Length of line PQ is 189m, MN is 107m, EF is 42m and ST is 78m.**How many persons move to line ST?**CorrectAnswe –

**5) Four**IncorrectAnswe –

**5) Four** - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning

Six friends U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in the line MN facing south and distance between two adjacent friends increases when we move from point M to point N in consecutive integral multiple of 5m. Atmost the distance between two immediate neighbours in line MN is 30m. V sits towards left of W and distance between them is 75m. U sits at the immediate right of the Y and there is no person to the right of U. Z does not sit towards left of X. Person sitting farthest from point M is at distance of 104m from point M. W does not sit nearest to point M.**Based on the above conditions:**

I. In line PQ, people whose distance from Q is an odd number will move to line EF maintaining their respective positions and others will remain at their respective positions.

II. In line MN, people whose distance from M ends up with the number with unit digit 4 will move to line ST maintaining their respective positions and others will remain at their respective positions.

Length of line PQ is 189m, MN is 107m, EF is 42m and ST is 78m.**What is the total distance between U and Z?**CorrectAnswer –

**4) 45m**IncorrectAnswer –

**4) 45m** - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning

Six friends U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in the line MN facing south and distance between two adjacent friends increases when we move from point M to point N in consecutive integral multiple of 5m. Atmost the distance between two immediate neighbours in line MN is 30m. V sits towards left of W and distance between them is 75m. U sits at the immediate right of the Y and there is no person to the right of U. Z does not sit towards left of X. Person sitting farthest from point M is at distance of 104m from point M. W does not sit nearest to point M.**Based on the above conditions:**

I. In line PQ, people whose distance from Q is an odd number will move to line EF maintaining their respective positions and others will remain at their respective positions.

II. In line MN, people whose distance from M ends up with the number with unit digit 4 will move to line ST maintaining their respective positions and others will remain at their respective positions.

Length of line PQ is 189m, MN is 107m, EF is 42m and ST is 78m.**What is the distance of V from point N?**CorrectAnswer –

**2) 3m**IncorrectAnswer –

**2) 3m**

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