Reasoning

ISBT Reasoning for all banking PO,Clerk,IBPS PO,Railway,SSC,IAS,OAS Exams

Q61.
Directions  : Given below are five diagrams one of which describes the relationship among the three words given in each of the five questions that follow. You have to decide which of the diagrams is the most suitable for a particular set of classes. The number of the diagram is your answer


Square, Polygon, Quadrilateral 
1) 1 2) 2
3) 3 4) 4
5)None of these
Answer : 1
Explanation : Square is a quadrilateral and all quadrilaterals are polygon.
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Q62.
Directions  : Given below are five diagrams one of which describes the relationship among the three words given in each of the five questions that follow. You have to decide which of the diagrams is the most suitable for a particular set of classes. The number of the diagram is your answer.


Triangle, Quadrilateral, Rectangle 
1) 1 2) 2
3) 3 4) 4
5)None of these
Answer : 3
Explanation : Rectangle is a quadrilateral while triangle is different to them. 
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Q63.
Directions  : Given below are five diagrams one of which describes the relationship among the three words given in each of the five questions that follow. You have to decide which of the diagrams is the most suitable for a particular set of classes. The number of the diagram is your answer.

Mammal ,Whale, Fish

1) 1 2) 2
3) 3 4) 4
5)None of these
Answer : 3
Explanation : All whale are belongs to Mammal while fish is different. 
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Q64.
Directions  : Given below are five diagrams one of which describes the relationship among the three words given in each of the five questions that follow. You have to decide which of the diagrams is the most suitable for a particular set of classes. The number of the diagram is your answer.
Beverage, Liquid, Matter
1) 1 2) 2
3) 3 4) 4
5)None of these
Answer : 1
Explanation : Both Beverage and Liquid are Matter.
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Q65.
Directions  : Given below are five diagrams one of which describes the relationship among the three words given in each of the five questions that follow. You have to decide which of the diagrams is the most suitable for a particular set of classes. The number of the diagram is your answer.
 

Houses, Hotels, Buildings 
1) 1 2) 2
3) 3 4) 4
5)None of these
Answer : 4
Explanation : Houses and Hotels are sub-set of Buildings while both are different in nature.
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Q66.
Directions  : Study the information given below to answer these questions.
There is a family of five persons A, B, C, D and E. They are working as a doctor, a teacher, a trader, a lawyer and a farmer. B, an unmarried teacher, is the daughter of A. E, a lawyer, is the brother of C. C is the husband in the only married couple in the family. A, a farmer, is a father of two sons and an unmarried daughter.
Which of the following is a group of male members in the family ?

1) B and D 2) A, B and C
3) A, C and E 4) A, C and D
5)None of these
Answer : A, C and E
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Q67.
Directions : Study the information given below to answer these questions.
There is a family of five persons A, B, C, D and E. They are working as a doctor, a teacher, a trader, a lawyer and a farmer. B, an unmarried teacher, is the daughter of A. E, a lawyer, is the brother of C. C is the husband in the only married couple in the family. A, a farmer, is a father of two sons and an unmarried daughter.

Which of the following is the married couple ?
1) C and D 2) A and B
3) A and D 4) B and D
5)None of these
Answer : C and D
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Q68.
Directions: Directions: Study the following information  given bellow carefully and answer the questions.

Seven representatives of a company – Samir, Nita, Richa, Shweta, Gifty, Paul & Mohit travelled to three different countries i.e., South Africa, Australia and France. Each of them travelled on different days of the week(no two persons travelled on the same day), starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. Minimum two people travelled to each country and South Africa is the only country to which three people travelled.
Samir travelled to South Africa on Monday. Paul travelled to Australia but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday. Mohit travelled on Sunday but not to France. The one who travelled to Australia travelled on Tuesday and the one who travelled to France travelled on Saturday.  Gifty travelled on Wednesday. Richa travelled to South Africa but not on Thursday. Nita did not travel to France.

Who was the last one to travel ?
1) Samir 2) Richa
3) Mohit 4) Shweta
5)Nita
Answer : Mohit
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Q69.
Directions: Directions: Study the following information  given bellow carefully and answer the questions.

Seven representatives of a company – Samir, Nita, Richa, Shweta, Gifty, Paul & Mohit travelled to three different countries i.e., South Africa, Australia and France. Each of them travelled on different days of the week(no two persons travelled on the same day), starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. Minimum two people travelled to each country and South Africa is the only country to which three people travelled.
Samir travelled to South Africa on Monday. Paul travelled to Australia but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday. Mohit travelled on Sunday but not to France. The one who travelled to Australia travelled on Tuesday and the one who travelled to France travelled on Saturday.  Gifty travelled on Wednesday. Richa travelled to South Africa but not on Thursday. Nita did not travel to France.

To which country and on which day did Nita travel ?
1) Wednesday , South Africa 2) Friday , Australia
3) Thursday , Australia 4) Tuesday , Australia
5)Monday , France
Answer : Tuesday , Australia
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Q70.
Directions: Directions: Study the following information  given bellow carefully and answer the questions.

Seven representatives of a company – Samir, Nita, Richa, Shweta, Gifty, Paul & Mohit travelled to three different countries i.e., South Africa, Australia and France. Each of them travelled on different days of the week(no two persons travelled on the same day), starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. Minimum two people travelled to each country and South Africa is the only country to which three people travelled.
Samir travelled to South Africa on Monday. Paul travelled to Australia but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday. Mohit travelled on Sunday but not to France. The one who travelled to Australia travelled on Tuesday and the one who travelled to France travelled on Saturday.  Gifty travelled on Wednesday. Richa travelled to South Africa but not on Thursday. Nita did not travel to France.

Which one of the following combinations is true according to the given information?
1) Paul – Thursday – South Africa 2) Shweta – Wednesday – France
3) Mohit – Monday – South Africa 4) Richa – Friday – Australia
5)None is true.
Answer : None is true.
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