# Abhinav's Reasoning Challenges for Bank PO Exams 2016 - 23 August, 2016

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Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

In the questions given below, certain symbols are used with the following meaning:
4@5 means 4 is neither greater than nor smaller than 5.
4%5 means 4 is not greater than 5.
4\$5 means 4 is not smaller than 5.
4©5 means 4 is neither smaller than nor equal to 5.
4#5 means 4 is neither greater than nor equal to 5.
Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below is/are definitely true.

1). Statements: eight % eleven, eleven % four, four # three
Conclusions: I. eight \$ three           II. four @ eleven
a)    If only conclusion I is true
b)    If only conclusion II is true
c)    If either conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both conclusions I and II are true

2). Statement: Wear @ box, wear © desk, jug % desk
Conclusions: I. jug © box                II. desk # wear
a)    If only conclusion I is true
b)    If only conclusion II is true
c)    If either conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both conclusions I and II are true

3). Statement: Hell © haven, haven # duck, duck @ top
Conclusions: I. top © haven           II. hell # duck
a)    If only conclusion I is true
b)    If only conclusion II is true
c)    If either conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both conclusions I and II are true

4). Statements: peak % near, near \$ macabre, ugly \$ macabre
Conclusions: I. near # macabre     II. near \$ macabre
a)    If only conclusion I is true
b)    If only conclusion II is true
c)    If either conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both conclusions I and II are true

5). Statements: tap \$ fat, fat % mud, mud @ zag
Conclusions: I. zag \$ fat                  II. mud # tap
a)    If only conclusion I is true
b)    If only conclusion II is true
c)    If either conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both conclusions I and II are true

Directions (Q. 6-10): In the following questions, the symbols #, \$, %, © and @ are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

‘A©B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’
‘A\$B’ means ‘A is neither smaller nor equal to B’
‘A#B’ means ‘A is neither smaller nor greater than B’
‘A@B’ means ‘A is neither greater nor equal to B’
‘A % B’ means A is not smaller than B’
Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

6). Statements: Q % L, E © F, \$ Q, L # C, C @ E
Conclusions: I. P \$ C                       II. F % L
a)    If only conclusion I is true
b)    If only conclusion II is true
c)    If either conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both conclusions I and II are true

7). Statements: N % M, O # P, J @ I, M \$ o, N © I
Conclusions: I. N % P                      II. N \$ P
a)    If only conclusion I is true
b)    If only conclusion II is true
c)    If either conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both conclusions I and II are true

8). Statements: R % O, S # T, J © I, S @ J, O \$ T
Conclusions: I. R % I                       II. I \$ R
a)    If only conclusion I is true
b)    If only conclusion II is true
c)    If either conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both conclusions I and II are true

9). Statements: A © C, D # C, E % F, D \$ E, R @ A
Conclusions: I. C \$ F                       II. D \$ R
a)    If only conclusion I is true
b)    If only conclusion II is true
c)    If either conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both conclusions I and II are true

10). Statements: C % L, P © Q, H \$ C, Q @ N, L \$ P
Conclusions: I. H % P                      II. N % C
a)    If only conclusion I is true
b)    If only conclusion II is true
c)    If either conclusion I or II is true
d)    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
e)    If both conclusions I and II are true

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