# SBI PO 2018 Main Exam: Reasoning Test Day 17

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- Question 1 of 10
##### 1. Question

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

The following is an illustration of Input and rearrangement. Using the illustration answer the question given below.

Step-I: Interchange the Alphabets/Numbers(follow the same pattern as shown in Figure.)

Step-II:

(a) If both letters are Vowel and number is less than 5, then vowels change to next letter in English alphabetical series and add 2 to the number

(b) If both letters are consonant and number is greater than 5 or equal to, then consonants change to the previous letter in English alphabetical series and subtract 3 from the number

(c) If both letters are Vowel and number is greater than 5 or equal to, then vowels change to the previous letter in English alphabetical series and subtract 3 from the number

(d) If both letters are consonant and number is less than 5, then consonants change to next letter in English alphabetical series and add 3 to the number

(e) If there are one vowel and one consonant, then vowel change to next letter and consonant change to the previous letter and add 2 to the number.

(f) If there is single consonant, then consonant change to the previous letter and Subtract 3 from the number.

(g) If there is a single vowel, then vowel change to next letter and add 3 to the number.

Step-III: Follow Both Steps I and IIInput:

**In Step III, what is the sum of numbers in the first row?**CorrectAnswer –

**4. 7**

Explanation:

IncorrectAnswer –

**4. 7**

Explanation:

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

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

The following is an illustration of Input and rearrangement. Using the illustration answer the question given below.

Step-I: Interchange the Alphabets/Numbers(follow the same pattern as shown in Figure.)

Step-II:

(a) If both letters are Vowel and number is less than 5, then vowels change to next letter in English alphabetical series and add 2 to the number

(b) If both letters are consonant and number is greater than 5 or equal to, then consonants change to the previous letter in English alphabetical series and subtract 3 from the number

(c) If both letters are Vowel and number is greater than 5 or equal to, then vowels change to the previous letter in English alphabetical series and subtract 3 from the number

(d) If both letters are consonant and number is less than 5, then consonants change to next letter in English alphabetical series and add 3 to the number

(e) If there are one vowel and one consonant, then vowel change to next letter and consonant change to the previous letter and add 2 to the number.

(f) If there is single consonant, then consonant change to the previous letter and Subtract 3 from the number.

(g) If there is a single vowel, then vowel change to next letter and add 3 to the number.

Step-III: Follow Both Steps I and IIInput:

**What is the difference between the sum of numbers in the second row of Step III and the sum of numbers in the third row of Step II?**CorrectAnswer –

**3. 3**IncorrectAnswer –

**3. 3** - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

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

The following is an illustration of Input and rearrangement. Using the illustration answer the question given below.

Step-I: Interchange the Alphabets/Numbers(follow the same pattern as shown in Figure.)

Step-II:

(a) If both letters are Vowel and number is less than 5, then vowels change to next letter in English alphabetical series and add 2 to the number

(b) If both letters are consonant and number is greater than 5 or equal to, then consonants change to the previous letter in English alphabetical series and subtract 3 from the number

(c) If both letters are Vowel and number is greater than 5 or equal to, then vowels change to the previous letter in English alphabetical series and subtract 3 from the number

(d) If both letters are consonant and number is less than 5, then consonants change to next letter in English alphabetical series and add 3 to the number

(e) If there are one vowel and one consonant, then vowel change to next letter and consonant change to the previous letter and add 2 to the number.

(f) If there is single consonant, then consonant change to the previous letter and Subtract 3 from the number.

(g) If there is a single vowel, then vowel change to next letter and add 3 to the number.

Step-III: Follow Both Steps I and IIInput:

**In Step II, what is the product of the sum of numbers in the first column and the sum of numbers in the third column?**CorrectAnswer –

**4. 272**IncorrectAnswer –

**4. 272** - Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

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

The following is an illustration of Input and rearrangement. Using the illustration answer the question given below.

Step-I: Interchange the Alphabets/Numbers(follow the same pattern as shown in Figure.)

Step-II:

(a) If both letters are Vowel and number is less than 5, then vowels change to next letter in English alphabetical series and add 2 to the number

(b) If both letters are consonant and number is greater than 5 or equal to, then consonants change to the previous letter in English alphabetical series and subtract 3 from the number

(c) If both letters are Vowel and number is greater than 5 or equal to, then vowels change to the previous letter in English alphabetical series and subtract 3 from the number

(d) If both letters are consonant and number is less than 5, then consonants change to next letter in English alphabetical series and add 3 to the number

(e) If there are one vowel and one consonant, then vowel change to next letter and consonant change to the previous letter and add 2 to the number.

(f) If there is single consonant, then consonant change to the previous letter and Subtract 3 from the number.

(g) If there is a single vowel, then vowel change to next letter and add 3 to the number.

Step-III: Follow Both Steps I and IIInput:

**If the sum of the numbers in the second column of Step I is divided by sum of the numbers in the second column of Step II then what will be the resultant?**CorrectAnswer –

**5. 1**IncorrectAnswer –

**5. 1** - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

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

The following is an illustration of Input and rearrangement. Using the illustration answer the question given below.

Step-I: Interchange the Alphabets/Numbers(follow the same pattern as shown in Figure.)

Step-II:

(a) If both letters are Vowel and number is less than 5, then vowels change to next letter in English alphabetical series and add 2 to the number

(b) If both letters are consonant and number is greater than 5 or equal to, then consonants change to the previous letter in English alphabetical series and subtract 3 from the number

(c) If both letters are Vowel and number is greater than 5 or equal to, then vowels change to the previous letter in English alphabetical series and subtract 3 from the number

(d) If both letters are consonant and number is less than 5, then consonants change to next letter in English alphabetical series and add 3 to the number

(e) If there are one vowel and one consonant, then vowel change to next letter and consonant change to the previous letter and add 2 to the number.

(f) If there is single consonant, then consonant change to the previous letter and Subtract 3 from the number.

(g) If there is a single vowel, then vowel change to next letter and add 3 to the number.

Step-III: Follow Both Steps I and IIInput:

**In Step I, which of the following letter/number occur twice?**CorrectAnswer –

**2. Both (1) and (3)**IncorrectAnswer –

**2. Both (1) and (3)** - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**Directions.Q(6-7): In the following questions, the symbols #, &, @, * , $, % and © are used with the following meanings as illustrated below. Study the following information and answer the given questions:**

A#B – A is the son of B.

A@B – B is the child of A.

A©B – A is the parent of B.

A$B – A is elder than B.

A*B- A is the husband of B.

A&B- B is the daughter-in-law of A.

A%B- A is the wife of B.**If W@Q*D&G%E$P#D then how is P related to G?**CorrectAnswer –

**5. Brother in law**

Explanation:

IncorrectAnswer –

**5. Brother in law**

Explanation:

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

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**Directions.Q(6-7): In the following questions, the symbols #, &, @, * , $, % and © are used with the following meanings as illustrated below. Study the following information and answer the given questions:**

A#B – A is the son of B.

A@B – B is the child of A.

A©B – A is the parent of B.

A$B – A is elder than B.

A*B- A is the husband of B.

A&B- B is the daughter-in-law of A.

A%B- A is the wife of B.**If Q*M©O$P#M, the age of P is 25 years and age of Q, is 50 years then what is the probable age of O?**CorrectAnswer –

**3. 26 years**

Explanation:

IncorrectAnswer –

**3. 26 years**

Explanation:

- Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**Directions.Q(8-10): Read the questions carefully and answer the following questions.**

More than ten persons were sitting in a circular table facing the centre. M is third to the left of N. Two persons are sitting between O and M. L sits immediate right of P. Only one person is sitting between N and P. Less than two persons are sitting between O and L. L does not sit second to the right of M.**How many persons are sitting in the circular arrangement?**CorrectAnswer –

**2. 11**

Explanation:

IncorrectAnswer –

**2. 11**

Explanation:

- Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**Directions.Q(8-10): Read the questions carefully and answer the following questions.**

More than ten persons were sitting in a circular table facing the centre. M is third to the left of N. Two persons are sitting between O and M. L sits immediate right of P. Only one person is sitting between N and P. Less than two persons are sitting between O and L. L does not sit second to the right of M.**What is the position N with respect to O?**CorrectAnswer –

**4. Fifth to the left**IncorrectAnswer –

**4. Fifth to the left** - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**Directions.Q(8-10): Read the questions carefully and answer the following questions.**

More than ten persons were sitting in a circular table facing the centre. M is third to the left of N. Two persons are sitting between O and M. L sits immediate right of P. Only one person is sitting between N and P. Less than two persons are sitting between O and L. L does not sit second to the right of M.**How many persons are sitting between M and L in anti-clockwise direction?**CorrectAnswer –

**3. 5**IncorrectAnswer –

**3. 5**

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