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Monday, October 12, 2015

Reasoning Quiz for Bank Exams 2015 - Set 41


Hello and welcome to ExamPundit. Here is a set of Reasoning Quiz for Bank Exams 2015 based on Statement and Argument, Course of Action and Inference and Coding-Decoding.


Directions (Q. 1-3): Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follow :-
In absence of a policy, street vendors are harassed by municipal inspectors and police. The fear of losing their livelihood hounds street vendor's everyday lives in stress as police and municipal authorities regularly seize their goods worth lakhs of rupees on charge of illegally occupying public spaces.
A) Streets vendor's have illegally occupied public land across the city.
B) Streets vendor's will not be allowed to sell.
C) Today notice must be given before eviction.
D) There is no town vending committees.
E) There is absence of vending law.
F) Resident complains vendors occupied every lane.

1. Which of the statements numbered A), B), D) and E) may be the reason behind the authorities to seize vendor's goods?
1) Only A
2) Only D
3) Both A and E
4) Both B and D
5) None of these





Solutions - Authorities seized the vendors good because they are illegally occupying public areas. 


2. Which of the following among A), B), C), E) and F) may be a strong argument in favour of vendors whose goods are seized ?
1) Both A and E
2) Both C and E
3) Only C
4) Only F
5) Both A and B





Solutions - This is only valid argument in favour of vendors whose goods are seized. 


3. Which of the following among (A), (B), (D) and (E) can be inferred from the given information ?
1) Only B
2) Both D and A
3) Only E
4) Both A and D
5) Only F





Solutions - It is clear that there is no proper policy or law for vending.  


Direction (4-6): Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions :-
Civic agencies spent crores of rupees to build subways and over bridges, while Delhi police devised a pedestrian friendly approach. However, that did not improve the scenario for pedestrians. On an average, 300 pedestrians die annually in the city, due to fast cars and faulty roads.
A) Often pedestrians die for no fault of theirs.
B) Taking a walk in city roads is now dangerous.
C) City roads have not been designed for pedestrians.
D) There should be strict enforcement of speed limit.
E) Civic agencies did not understand the need of pedestrians.



4. Which of the following among (A), (B), (C) and (D) can be an immediate course of action for the safety of pedestrians ?
1) Both A and C
2) Only B
3) Both C and D
4) Only D
5) None of these





Solutions - For the safety of pedestrians there should be strict enforcement of speed limit for offenders. 



5. Which of the following among (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) can be inferred from the given information ?
1) Only A
2) Both B and D
3) Only A, C & E
4) Both C and A
5) Only C





Solutions - It is inferred that often pedestrians dies for no fault of theirs due over speeding and faulty city roads. 



6. Which of the following among (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) can be a possible effect of the fast cars and faulty roads?
1) Only B
2) Only B, D and E
3) Both B and D
4) Only D
5) None of these





Solutions - Due to fast cars and faulty roads taking a walk in city road is now dangerous. 



Direction (Q. 7-11): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
In certain code language 'government passed strong lokpal' is written as 'do mi su ro', 'weak lokpal corrupt system' is written as 'chi tic do ra', 'good system strong country' is written as 'tac mi ra zo', 'country change corrupt government' is written as 'zo po su tic'.


7. What does 'tac' stand for ?
1) strong
2) country
3) system
4) good
5) None of these



8. Which of the following is the code for 'weak country strong' ?
1) zo mo ki
2) da mo ki
3) zo chi ki
4) zo mi chi
5) None of these



9. What is the code for 'passed' ?
1) su
2) ro
3) mi
4) do
5) None of these



10. Which of the following is represented by the code 'ro tic po' ?
1) corrupt system passed
2) Government lokpal passed
3) country government weak
4) passed corrupt change
5) None of these



11. Which of the following may be the possible code for 'Anna passed good lokpal' ?
1) tac ra do ja
2) chi do su ja
3) ja do tac ro
4) do ja tic ro
5) None of these







Solutions - Government passed strong lokpal - do mi su ro .. (1)
Weak lokpal corrupt system - chi tic do ra .. (2)
Good system strong country - tac mi ra zo .. (3)
Country change corrupt Government- zo po su tic .. (4)
From eq. (1) & (4) Government - Su....................5
From eq. (1) & (3) Strong - mi.....................6
From eq. (1) passed - ro
from eq. (2) and (3) system - ra
from eq. (2) and (4) corrupt - tic
from eq. (2) weak - chi
from eq. (3) and (4) country - zo
from eq. (3) Good - tac
From eq. (4) change - po



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