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REASONING FOR RRB PO/CLERK PRELIMS




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Directions (1 –5):   Study the given information carefully and answer the following questions.
Ten people E1, E2, E3, E4, E5, E6, E7, E8, E9 and E10 are sitting around a circular table facing towards the center of the table but not necessarily in the same order.E6 sits second to the right of E1. Two persons sit between E6 and E3 who sits second to the left of E5. E8 sits second to the right of E5. E7 sits opposite to E9 and sits third to the left of E10. E1 is not an immediate neighbor of E10. E2 sits opposite to the one who sits to the immediate left of E1.
1. How many persons are sitting between E2 and E1 when counted from the left of E1?
A. Five
B. Four
C. Three
D. Two
E. None of these
2. Who among the followings sits opposite to the one who sits second to the left of E7?
A. E4
B. E8
C. E10
D. E3
E. None of these
3. Which among the following statement is not true regarding E4?
A. E4 sits opposite to E10
B. E4 sits second to the right of E8
C. E6 and E4 are immediate neighbors
D. E4 sits third to the left of E2
E. All are true
4. If the position of E2 and E8 is interchanged, then who among the following sits third to the right of E8?
A. E6
B. E5
C. E1
D. E2
E. None of these
5. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?
A. E3-E1
B. E5-E6
C. E2-E8
D. E9-E8
E. E7-E9
Solution-


Directions (6–10): In the following questions assuming the given statement to be true, find which of the conclusion(s) among given conclusions is/are definitely true and then give your answers accordingly.
6. Statements:
Q ≤ I > C = G, J < E ≥ K, A < F = Q, G ≥ M > J

Conclusions:
I. I > J
II. K < I
A. Only I is true
B. Only II is true
C. Either I or II is true
D. Neither I nor II is true
E. Both I and II are true
7. Statements:
A = H ≤ L ≤ D, I = G < O, E ≥ P < A, D > F ≥ I
Conclusions:
I. L ≤ G
II. P < D
A. Only I is true
B. Only II is true
C. Either I or II is true
D. Neither I nor II is true
E. Both I and II are true
8. Statements:
X = V > O, Y ≤ Q > S, Z > N ≤ X, O ≥ W ≤ Y
Conclusions:
I. N ≤ Y
II. V > S
A. Only I is true
B. Only II is true
C. Either I or II is true
D. Neither I nor II is true
E. Both I and II are true
9. Statements:
D ≤ L < B, K ≥ G < J, F < I = A > D, B = H > K
Conclusions:
I. I > L
II. B > G
A. Only I is true
B. Only II is true
C. Either I or II is true
D. Neither I nor II is true
E. Both I and II are true
10. Statements:
H ≤ B = A > C, L < K = J, C ≥ D < F = Q, J ≥ I < H
Conclusions:
I. I < A
II. L ≤ Q
A. Only I is true
B. Only II is true
C. Either I or II is true
D. Neither I nor II is true
E. Both I and II are true
Solution-
6. Option A
7. Option B
8. Option D
9. Option B
10. Option A