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REASONING FOR SBI PO PRELIMS

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Directions (1 –5):   Study the given information carefully and answer the following questions. 
In certain code language,
"economics is not money" is written as "ka la ho ga", 
"demand and supply economics" is written as "mo ta pa ka", 
"money makes only part" is written as "zi la ne ki" and 
"demand makes supply economics" is written as "zi mo ka ta". 
1. What is the code for "money" in the given code language? 
A. ta 
B. pa 
C. mo 
D. ga 
E. la 
2. What is the code for "supply" in the given code language? 
A. Only pa 
B. Either pa or mo 
C. Only mo 
D. Only ta 
E. Either mo or ta 
3. What may be the possible code for "demand only more" in the given code language? 
A. Xi ne mo 
B. Xi ka ta 
C. Mo zi ki 
D. Ki ne mo 
E. Mo zi ne
4. What may be the possible code for "work and money" in the given code language? 
A. Mo la pa 
B. Pa la tu 
C. Pa ga la 
D. Pa la ne 
E. Tu la ga 
5. What is the code for "makes" in the given code language? 
A. ho 
B. ne 
C. pa 
D. zi 
E. mo
Solution-
Economy- ka'
is/not- ho/ga
money-la
supply/demand-mo/ta
and-pa
make-zi
only/party-ki/na
Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the below questions. There are eight persons viz. A, B, C, D, P, Q, R, and S lives in eight floored building numbered 1 to 8 in such a way that the lowermost floor is marked as 1, the floor above it is marked as 2 and so on and the top floor is marked as 8. Each of them has different weight viz. 30, 40, 45, 65, 95, 80, 85 and 90 kg but not necessarily in the same order. Only one person lives on each floor. 
The person whose weight is 65kg lives on an odd numbered floor at a gap of two floors from D, who doesn’t live on the top most floor. S lives on the adjacent floor of the one whose weight is 85kg. Twice the weight of the person who lives on the floor number 4 is equal to thrice the weight of the person who lives on the floor number 2. Q lives at a gap of one floor from the one whose weight is 85 Kg. Number of floors above C is same as the number of floors below the one whose weight is 40kg. The weight of A is twice the weight of S. A, who neither lives on the lowermost floor nor adjacent to the one whose weight is 65kg, lives at a gap of three floors from S, who neither lives on the top nor his weight is 65kg. P, whose weight is 30kg lives just above the floor of R. Weight of Q is more than that of the one who lives at a gap of one floor above C. 
6. What is the sum of the weight of the one who lives on the floor numbered 7 and the one who lives on the floor numbered 3?
A. 165 Kg 
B. 160 Kg 
C. 175 Kg 
D. 145 Kg 
E. None of these 
2. Who lives immediately above the floor of S? 
A. The one whose weight is 65 kg. 
B. The one whose weight is 40 kg. 
C. P 
D. The One who lives fourth from the top floor 
E. Q
3. How many persons live between A and theone whose weight is 40 kg? 
A. Two 
B. Three 
C. One 
D. Four 
E. None 
4. Which of the following statement is not true? 
A. The one whose weight is 45 kg lives immediately below B. 
B. P lives at a gap of one floor from S. 
C. D lives at a gap of three floors from the one whose weight is 30kg. 
D. The One whose weight is 85 kg lives immediately below Q. 
E. All the given statements are true. 
5. Which of the following combination of name, floor and weight is true? 
A. A – 90kg – 7 
B. 80kg – 2 – R 
C. S – 45kg – 5 
D. 85 kg – Q – 6 
E. D – 40kg – 6
Solution-