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Memory Based Questions – 19th August 2018

IBPS RRB Office Assistants Prelims

Logical Reasoning:
3. If all the odd numbers is dropped then
Comprehension (1-5)
which will ne 9th element from right end of
Directions: Study the following
the row?
letters/numbers/symbols sequence and
1. 6
answer the following questions.
2. 2
7 4 & 3 ^ & 4 9 # @ 2 ) 0
3. %
? % 5 1 $ 6 * 0 2 > 7
4. *
< ! 9 $ 1 / 6 5
5. $

1) How many symbols are there in the


4. Which of the following is 9th element to
series, which are immediately preceded by
the right of 16th element from the right end
perfect square?
of the row?
1. Four
1. !
2. Two
2. 2
3. Three
3. %
4. More than four
4. <
5. None
5. $

2.How many numbers are there in the


5. What will be the sum of first five odd
series, which are immediately followed by
numbers from the left end of the row?
odd number?
1. 30
1. 4
2. 27
2. 3
3. 25
3. 2
4. 26
4. 9
5. 29
5. None of these
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2. February
3. October
Comprehension (6-10):- 4. August
Directions: Read the following information 5. None of these
carefully and answer the questions that
follow: 8. Who among the following has birthdays in
Eight people P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W have the month of January and June respectively?
their birthdays, but not necessarily in the 1. U, R
same order, in eight different months of the 2. R, U
same year, namely January, February, March, 3. U, S
June, July, August, October and December. 4. R, T
W has birthday in the month of December. R 5. None of these
has birthday in a month which has less than
31 days. Moreover, only two people have 9.How many people have birthdays between
birthdays between R and S. Only one person the month in which V and P have birthdays?
has birthday before Q. Only three people have 1. 2
birthdays between Q and T. P has birthday 2. 4
immediately before T and both have 3. 3
birthdays in the months having 31 days. 4. No one
Number of people between P and V are same 5. None of these
as number of people between V and U.
10. Who has birthday before T but after R?
6. Whose birthday is in February? 1. S
1. R 2. U
2. T 3. P
3. S 4. Q
4. Q 5. None of these
5. None of these
Comprehension (11-15)
7. S’s birthday is in the month of? Directions: In each of the questions below is
1. June given two statements followed by two

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conclusions numbered I, II. You have to take 1. Only I follow
the given statements to be true even if they 2. Only II follow
seem to be at variance with commonly known 3. Both I and II follow
facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide 4. None follows
which of the given conclusions logically 5. Either I or II follow
follows from the given statements
disregarding commonly known facts. 13. Statements:
All tea is lottery.
11. Statements: No lottery is money.
Some light is spring. Conclusions:
All spring is pen. I. All lottery being tea is a possibility.
II. All tea being money is a possibility.
Conclusions:
I. Some spring is not light. 1. None follows
II. All spring being light is a possibility. 2. Only I follow
3. Only II follow
1. Only I follow 4. Both I and II follow
2. Only II follow 5. Either I or II follow
3. Only I and II follow
4. None follow 14. Statements:
5. None of these Some rose are flower.
Some flower are bud.
12. Statements: Conclusions:
All table is wood. I. Some rose is bud.
Some wood is red. II. Some rose are not flower.

Conclusions: 1. None follows


I. Some table is red. 2. Only I follow
II. No table is red. 3. Only II follow
4. Either I or II follow

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5. Both I and II follow 2. B
3. C
15. Statements: 4. D
Some Delhi is Agra. 5. E
All delhi is city.
Conclusions: 17. What is the position of box C from the top
I. Some Agra is city. ?
II. All city being agra is a possibility. 1. 5th
2. 2nd
1. None follows 3. 4th
2. Only I follow 4. 3rd
3. Only II follow 5. None of these
4. Either I or II follow
5. Both I and II follow 18. Which of the following box is immediately
above box D?
Comprehension (15-20) 1. C
Directions: Study the information and 2. E
answer the given questions: 3. F
There are seven boxes viz. A, B, C, D, E, F and 4. G
G. All the box are arranged from top to bottom 5. A
but not necessarily in the same order.
More than three boxes between box B and box 19. How many box/es is/are there between D
G. There are two boxes between the box B and and the box which is 2nd from the bottom?
box E. There is only one box between box E 1. Four
and box G. There is three box between box G 2. Three
and box A. There are two boxes between box A 3. Two
and box C. More than three boxes between the 4. One
box F and box A and F is not above G. 5. No one.

16. Which of the following box is at the top? 20. If B is related to D and E related to G in a
1. A certain way, then A is related to ?

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1. G 5. None of these
2. E
3. F 23. If words are arranged in the sequence they
4. C appear in the dictionary from left to right,
5. None of these which word is third from the right end?
1. BAT
Comprehension (21-25) 2. GEM
Directions: Study the following questions 3. JOB
and answering the questions referring to the 4. MIX
word sequence given below: 5. TAP

BAT MIX JOB GEM TAP 24. If each letter in the each word is arranged
according to the alphabetical series from left to
21.When first and third letter of each word is right, and then first and second letter are
interchanged, then how many meaning full interchanged in each word then how many
word will be formed ? meaning full word will be formed?
1. Three 1. One
2. None 2. Two
3. One 3. None
4. Two 4. More than three
5. None of these 5. None of these

25. If all letters are arranged according to the


22.If each Consonant is changed to previous alphabetical series within the word from left to
letter in the alphabetical series, then How right, which letter is eighth from left end?
many word contains same vowel? 1. E
1. None 2. M
2. One 3. J
3. Two 4. B
4. Three 5. None of these

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4. The data in both the statements I and II
together are not sufficient to answer the
Comprehension (26-30) question.
Directions: Each of the following questions 5. The data in both the statements I and II
below consists of a question and two are together necessary to answer the
statements numbered I and II given below it. question..
You have to decide whether the data provided
in the statements are sufficient to answer the 27. Five persons A, B, C, D and E are residing
question. Read both the statements and give in a building, which has five floors. Each one
answer. of them is residing on a floor. On which floor
does D live?
26. M, N, O, P, Q and R are sitting in a
straight line facing north. Who is sitting I. Two persons are living on the floors
between P and N? between B and E., while C lives on the top
floor.
I. Q sits at the extreme right end and P is his II. There is at least one person living above D,
immediate neighbour. while A is not living below D.
II. N sits at the extreme left end. Between P
and N exactly in the middle, R is placed. 1. The data in statement I alone are
sufficient to answer the question, while
1. The data in statement I alone are the data in statement II alone are not
sufficient to answer the question, while sufficient in answer the question.
the data in statement II alone are not 2. The data in statement II alone are
sufficient in answer the question. sufficient to answer the question, while
2. The data in statement II alone are the data in statement I alone are not
sufficient to answer the question, while sufficient to answer the question.
the data in statement I alone are not 3. The data in either in statement I alone
sufficient to answer the question. or in statement II alone are sufficient to
3. The data in either in statement I alone answer the question.
or in statement II alone are sufficient to
answer the question.

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4. The data in both the statements I and II 5. The data in both the statements I and II
together are not sufficient to answer the are together necessary to answer the
question. question.
5. The data in both the statements I and II
are together necessary to answer the 29. In a row of thirty students facing North,
question. what is R’s position from the left end?

28. P, Q, R, S and T are sitting around a circle I. There are twelve students between R and Q.
facing towards its centre. Who is second to II. T is tenth from the right end and there are
the right of P? sixteen students between T and R.
I. R is to the immediate left of T and second to 1. The data in statement I alone are
the right of S. sufficient to answer the question, while
II. Q is to the immediate right of S and third the data in statement II alone are not
to the left of P. sufficient in answer the question.
2. The data in statement II alone are
1. 1.The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while
sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not
the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
sufficient in answer the question. 3. The data in either in statement I alone
2. The data in statement II alone are or in statement II alone are sufficient to
sufficient to answer the question, while answer the question.
the data in statement I alone are not 4. The data in both the statements I and II
sufficient to answer the question. together are not sufficient to answer the
3. The data in either in statement I alone question.
or in statement II alone are sufficient to 5. The data in both the statements I and II
answer the question. are together necessary to answer the
4. The data in both the statements I and II question.
together are not sufficient to answer the
question.

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30. A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a Directions: Study the information given
straight line facing south. Who sits 3rd to the below carefully and answer the questions that
right of G? follow.
A, B, C, D, E and F are standing in different
I. R sits to the left of E. places in the school field facing north. A is
II. On the extreme right end, E is placed. E is exactly 8m to the right of D. B lies 3m ahead
immediately preceded by A and H of D, with only one person in front of her, by a
respectively. G sits third from the extreme left distance of 2m. E lies at least 11 m away from
end. A in line with A and D. D is equidistant from
B and E, but they are not in a line. F and C are
1. The data in statement I alone are 8m apart, but C has no one in front of him.
sufficient to answer the question, while
the data in statement II alone are not 31. If F moves leftward by 1m, how far is he
sufficient in answer the question. from E when turning only at right angles?
2. The data in statement II alone are 1. 2m
sufficient to answer the question, while 2. 3m
the data in statement I alone are not 3. 4m
sufficient to answer the question. 4. 5m
3. The data in either in statement I alone 5. 1m
or in statement II alone are sufficient to
answer the question. 32. If C moves to the right by 3m, and then
4. The data in both the statements I and II again turns right and move by 4m, what is the
together are not sufficient to answer the minimum distance between A and C when
question. turning only at 90-degree angles?
5. The data in both the statements I and II 1. 5m
are together necessary to answer the 2. 6m
question. 3. 4m
4. 7m
Comprehension (31-35) 5. 3m

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33. If A moves left by 4m, and then turns left ‘She who knows Vikram’ is written as ‘am oc
and move by 3m, what is the shortest distance eh xm’,
between A and F? ‘Vikram was a bad driver’ is written as ‘xm
1. 2m hm al as xo’,
2. 1m ‘Karan knows Vikram’ is written as ‘xm eh lk’
3. 3m and
4. 4m ‘who was driver of Karan’ is written as ‘lk hm
5. Cannot be determined oc ez xo’.
(All codes are two letter codes only.)
34. If E moves forward 2m and then right by
3m, how far is E from F? 36. What does the code ‘al’ stand for on the
1. 7m given code language?
2. 5m
3. 9m 1. Vikram
4. 4m 2. Was
5. Cannot be determined 3. A
4. Bad
35. If C walks another 4m forward, how far 5. Either a or bad
will he be from D?
1. 7m 37. What is the code for ‘driver’?
2. 6m 1. Lk
3. 9m 2. Xo
4. 8m 3. Hm
5. Cannot be determined 4. Ez
5. Either xo or hm
Comprehension (36-40)
Directions: Study the following information 38. In the given code language, which of the
carefully and answer the given questions: following means ‘a bad driver’?
In a certain code language 1. al as hm
2. as al xo

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3. xo as hm 2. What should come in place of question
4. Either 1 or 2 mark ‘?’ in the following number series?
5. xm hm al
4, 19, 75, 224, 447, ?

39. What does the code ‘oc’ stand for? 1. 446

1. Who 2. 456

2. Knows 3. 415

3. She 4. 425

4. Vikram 5. 444

5. Either 1 or 3 3. What should come in place of question


mark ‘?’ in the following number series?
40. What is the code for ‘She’ in the given
24, 30, 23, 31, 22, ?
code language?
1. Am 1. 34
2. Eh 2. 33
3. Oc 3. 42
4. Xm 4. 32
5. hm 5. 52

4. What should come in place of question


Quantitative Aptitude mark ‘?’ in the following number series?

1. What should come in place of question 6, 6, 9, 18, 45, ?


mark ‘?’ in the following number series?
1. 135
156, 139, 126, 115, 108, ? 2. 155
3. 145
1. 98
4. 165
2. 101
5. 125
3. 107
4. 102 Ans: 1
5. 103
5. What should come in place of question
mark ‘?’ in the following number series?

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4, 12, 36, 108, 324, ? 12.89 × 3.9 + 175.2 – 34.22 ÷ 16.79 × 88 = ?

1. 842 1. 51
2. 972 2. 81
3. 934 3. 72
4. 876 4. 61
5. 956 5. 41

6. What approximate value will come in the 9. What approximate value will come in place
place of the question mark ‘?’ in the following of question mark (?) in the following
question? question?

(7.1234)2 + (3.0121)3 - (1.8893)4 = ? (441.69)1/2 = ?

1. 20 1. 21
2. 30 2. 30
3. 50 3. 40
4. 60 4. 51
5. 80 5. 49

7.What approximate value will come in the 10. What approximate value will come in
place of the question mark ‘?’ in the following place of question mark (?) in the following
question? question?

15.2% of 72.798 × 12.8% of 64.007 = ?


20.8897 ÷ 6.9912 × 2.1212 - 4.0231 = ?
1. 14
1. 1
2. 20
2. 2
3. 51
3. 3
4. 98
4. 4
5. 91
5. 5
11. What will come in place of question mark
8. What approximate value will come in place
(?) in the following question?
of question mark (?) in the following
question? 50.4 + 154.4 + 280.89 – 168 – 23.22 = ?
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1. 299.19 4. 32.25
2. 286.37 5. None of these
3. 294.47
15. What will come in place of question mark
4. 295.85
(?) in the following question?
5. None of these
812 × 215 ÷ 8 10.6 = 8?
12. What will come in place of question mark
(?) in the following question? 1. 8.3
2. 6.4
? × [3780 ÷ {4 of (285 ÷ 19)}] = 441
3. 4.8
1. 8 4. 10.2
2. 7 5. None of these
3. 9
16. What will come in place of the question
4. 6
mark ‘?’ in the following question?
5. 3
√9409 × 63 + 748 = ?3
13.What will come in place of the question
mark ‘?’ in the following question? 1. 12
2. 17
38 × 14.95 – 27.5 × 14.12 = (45 - ?) × 5
3. 21
1. 9.14 4. 23
2. 9.04 5. 19
3. 9.4
17. What will come in place of question mark
4. 9.25
(?) in the following question?
5. 9.6
128 ÷ 6.4 × 1.5 + 3 – ? = 21
14. What will come in place of question mark
‘?’ in the following question? 1. 7
2. 12
? % of 4000 + 30% of 5000 + 45% of 8000 =
3. 15
6350
4. 21
1. 34.25 5. None of these
2. 30.25
3. 33.25
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18. What will come in place of question mark downstream, when the speed of the stream is
(?) in the following question? 7 km/hr?

? = 354285 – 64409 + 34005 – 89762 + 1. 35 min


334556 2. 40 min
3. 45 min
1. 69081
4. 50 min
2. 79187
5. 55 min
3. 568675
4. 890871 22. A mixture can be prepared by mixing two
5. None of these liquids A and B in the ratio 3 ∶ 7 respectively.
How much mixture can be prepared using 6
19. What will come in place of question mark
litres of liquid A?
(?) in the following question?
1. 10 litres
9.7 + 4.5 – 3.5 ÷ 0.7 – 1.2 + 6.7 = ?
2. 12 litres
1. 12.9 3. 14 litres
2. 14.7 4. 18 litres
3. 15.6 5. 20 litres
4. 18.4
23. P is 12 years elder than Q. Q is thrice the
5. 14.8
age of R. The sum of ages of P and Q is 90
20. What will come in the place of the years. Find the age of R after 7 years (in
question mark ‘?’ in the following question? years)?
? = 25% of 30% of 2/5 of 5000 1. 18
1. 360 2. 20
2. 400 3. 24
3. 560 4. 16
4. 150 5. 17
5. 200 24. A started a business investing Rs. 9000.
21. A boatman can row 15 km in still water in After 5 months, B joined with a capital of Rs.
45 min. In how much time will he row 18 km 8000. If at the end of year, they earn a profit

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of Rs. 6970, then what will be share of B in 1. 97
the profit? 2. 101
3. 109
1. Rs.1883
4. 116
2. Rs. 2380
5. 124
3. Rs. 3690
4. Rs. 3864 28. Seven litre of water was mixed to 11 litres
5. None of these of sugar solution containing 18% of sugar.
What is the percentage of sugar in the
25. The lengths of the diagonals of a
solution?
parallelogram are 10√3 cm and 10√2 cm. If
one side of the parallelogram is 13 cm, find 1. 10%
the perimeter of the parallelogram. 2. 11%
3. 14%
1. 28 cm
4. 15%
2. 32 cm
5. 17%
3. 36 cm
4. 44 cm 29. An amount invested at simple interest
5. 52 cm gives Rs. 4200 interest at rate of 15% in 4
years. What is the principal (in Rs)?
26. A train crosses a man running in same
direction in 10 seconds. If speed of man is 5 1. 7000
m/s and length of train is 200 m then find 2. 8000
speed of train? 3. 8500
4. 9000
1. 25 m/s
5. 12000
2. 20 m/s
3. 15 m/s 30. A can do a piece of work in 20 days. He
4. 18 m/s worked for 5 days and B finished the
5. 30 m/s remaining work in 42 days. B alone can do
the whole work in how many days?
27. The average of two numbers is 10. If their
product is 91, find the average of their 1. 56
squares. 2. 53
3. 46
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4. 52
5. 47

Directions: Read the below given


information and answer the questions
that follow:

120 people go for shopping on Sunday,


Saturday or on both days.50% people go
on Saturday. Only 40 people do not go
on Saturday.
2. 23.65%
31. How many people go for shopping on both 3. 16.66%
days? 4. 18.56%

1. 40 5. None of these

2. 20 34. What is the ratio of people who go for


3. 30 shopping only on sunday to the people who
4. 50 go for shopping on saturday?
5. 60
1. 3 : 2
32. How many people go for shopping only on 2. 2 : 3
Saturday? 3. 4 : 1

1. 40 4. 1 : 4

2. 60 5. None of these

3. 80 35. What is the difference of people who go


4. 70 for shopping only on sunday and people who
5. 50 go for shopping on both days?

33. What percentage of total people who go 1. 20


for shopping are the people who go for 2. 30
shopping on both days? 3. 35

1. 20.45% 4. 25
5. 40
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3. 55%
4. 65%
Directions: The following graph represents
5. 30%
the sales data of three shops A, B and C on
Monday and Tuesday. 39. What is the total sales on Tuesday?

36. What is the average sales on Monday in 1. 120


all three shops? 2. 170
3. 180
1. 45
4. 195
2. 40
5. 165
3. 55
4. 50 40. What is the ratio between total sales of A
5. None of these on both days and total sales of B and C on
both days?
37. What is the difference between sales of C
on Tuesday and sales of A on Monday? 1. 23 : 35
2. 35 : 23
1. 30
3. 16 : 17
2. 25
4. 19 : 35
3. 15
5. None of these
4. 10
5. None of these

38. How much more in percentage, sales of A


on Tuesday is more than sales of B on
Tuesday?

1. 50%
2. 60%

Memory Based Questions – 19th August 2018

IBPS RRB Office Assistants Prelims

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Logical Reasoning – Answer Key

1. 4 2. 2 3. 4 4. 1 5. 3
6. 4 7. 3 8. 1 9. 5 10. 3
11. 2 12. 5 13. 2 14. 1 15. 5
16. 2 17. 1 18. 5 19. 3 20. 2
21. 4 22. 2 23. 3 24. 4 25. 3
26. 5 27. 5 28. 2 29. 2 30. 2
31. 4 32. 2 33. 4 34. 2 35. 3
36. 5 37. 5 38. 4 39. 1 40. 1

Quantitative Aptitude – Answer Key

1. 5 2. 1 3. 4 4. 1 5. 2
6. 4 7. 2 8. 1 9. 1 10. 5
11. 3 12. 2 13. 2 14. 5 15. 2
16. 5 17. 2 18. 3 19. 2 20. 4
21. 2 22. 5 23. 2 24. 2 25. 4
26. 1 27. 3 28. 2 29. 1 30. 1
31. 2 32. 1 33. 3 34. 2 35. 1
36. 2 37. 3 38. 1 39. 2 40. 1

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