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Central-Bank-of-India Aptitude-Reasoning

                                     Central Bank of India Aptitude Reasoning Paper

1. In a certain code GUEST is written as 53@$2 and MEAN is written as 6@4#. How is SAME written in that code?
(A) 4$6@ 
(B) $46@
(C) $36@ 
(D) 5$6@
(E) None of these.

2. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word CHRONICLE each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet?
(A) None 
(B) One
(C)Two 
(D) Three
(E) More than three

3.If it is possible to make only one meaningful English word with the first, the fifth, the ninth and the tenth letters of the word SEQUENTIAL, which of the following will be the second letter of that word? If no such word can be formed, give ‘X’ as the answer and if more than one such word can be formed, give ‘Y’ as the answer.
(A) S 
(B) A
(C) E 
(D) X
(E) Y

4. In a certain code SHOULDER is written as VPITQDCK. How is MORNINGS written in that code?
(A) OSPNRFMH
(B) NPSORFMH
(C) OSPNHMFR
(D) OSPNSFEM
(E) None of these

5. If ÷ means x, + means ÷, - means + and x means - ; then 20 -16 + 4 X 3 ÷ 2 =?
(A) 16 
(B) 30
(C) 18 
(D) 24
(E) None of these

6. How many such pairs of digits are there in the number 254983 each of which has as many digits between them in the number as when the digits are rearranged in descending order within the number?
(A) None 
(B) One
(C)Two 
(D) Three
(E) More than three

7. Sushil walked 15 metre towards South, took a left turn and walked 20 metre, again he took a left turn and walked 15 metre. How far and in which direction is he from the starting point?
(A) 20 metre, West
(B) 20 metre, East
(C) 50 metre, West 
(D) 50 metre, East
(E) Data inadequate

8. Pointing to a boy in a photograph Sudhir said,” He is the son of my maternal grandfather’s only child.” How is the boy related to Sudhir?
(A) Self
(B) Brother
(C) Cousin Brother 
(D) Data inadequate
(E) None of these

9. In a certain code language,’ no more food’ is written as ‘ta ka da’ ‘more than that’ is written as ‘sa pa ka’. How is ‘that’ written in that language?
(A) sa
(B) ka
(C) sa or pa 
(D) Data inadequate
(E) None of these

10. D is brother of K, M is sister of K.R is father of D and S is mother of M. How is K related to R?
(A) Son
(B) Daughter
(C) Son or daughter 
(D) Data inadequate
(E) None of these

Directions: In each question below are given two or three statements followed by three or four conclusions numbered I,II,III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with the commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the conclusions can, disregarding commonly known facts, be logically derived. You should use a rough paper to do the logical calculations. 

11.Statements: 1.All locks are keys.
2.All keys are bats.
3.Some clocks are bats.

Conclusions: I.Some bats are locks.
II.Some clocks are keys.
III.All keys are locks.
(a) Only I and II follow 
(b) Only II and III follow
(c) Only I follows 
(d) Only II follows
(e) Only I, II and III follow

12.Statements:1.Some cups are pots.
2.All pots are tubes.
3.All cups are bottles.

Conclusions: I.Some bottle are tubes.
II.Some pots are bottles.
III.Some tubes are cups.
(a) Only I and II follow 
(b) Only II and III follow
(c) Only I andIII follow 
(d) Only I,II andIII follow
(e) None follows.

13.Statements:1.All papers are books.
2.All bags are books.
3.Some purses are bags.

Conclusions: I.Some papers are bags.
II.Some books are papers
III.Some books are purses.
(a) Only I follows. 
(b) Only II and III follow.
(c) Only I and III follow. 
(d) Only I and II follow
(e) Only I,II and III follow.

14.Statements:1.Some cars are jeeps.
2.All boxes are jeeps.
3.All pens are cars.

Conclusions: I.Some cars are boxes.
II.No pen is jeep.
III.Some boxes are cars.
(a) None follows. 
(b) Only I and II follow.
(c) Only II follows. 
(d) Only II and III follow
(e) Only I follows.

15.Statements:1.Some rats are cats.
2.Some cats are dogs.
3.No dog is a cow.

Conclusions: I.No cow is a cat.
II.No dog is a rat.
III.Some cats are rats.
(a) None follows. 
(b) Only I and II follow.
(c) Only II and III follow. 
(d) Only III follow
(e) I,II and III follow.

16.Statements:1.Some stars are moons.
2.All moons are planets.
3.Some stars are guns.

Conclusions: I.Some moons are planets.
II.Some moons are guns.
III.No star is a planet.
IV.Some stars are planets.
(a) Only I and either III or IV follow. 
(b) Only I follows.
(c) Only III and IV follow. 
(d) Only IV follows.
(e) None of the above.

17.Statements:1.Some shirts are pants.
2.No tie is a pant.
3.Some ties are shoes.

Conclusions: I.Some shoes are pants.
II.Some ties are shirts.
III.Some ties are pants.
IV.No pant is a shoe.
(a) Only II follows. 
(b) All of these.
(c) Only I and II follow. 
(d) Either I or IV follows.
(e) None of these.

18.Statements:1.Mangoes are oranges.
2.No orange is a banana.
3.Some bananas are apples.

Conclusions: I.No banana is an apple.
II.Some mangoes are bananas.
III.No banana is an orange.
IV.No orange is an apple.
(a) Only I and II follow. 
(b) Only II follows
(c) Only II and IV follow. 
(d) Only III follows
(e) None of these.

19.Statements:1.Some pens are books.
2.No pencil is a book.

Conclusions: I.Some pens are not pencils.
II.All books are pencils.
III.No book is a pencil.
IV.Some books are pens.
(a) Only I,III and IV follow. 
(b) Only III and IV follows
(c) Only I and II follow. 
(d) Only I and either II or III follow
(e) None of the above

20.Statements:1.All reds are blues.
2.Some blues are blacks.

Conclusions: I.Some blues are not blacks.
II.Some blues are reds.
III.Some red are blues.
IV.some blacks are reds.
(a) Only II and III follow. 
(b) Only II follows
(c) Only II,III and IV follow. 
(d) Only III follows
(e) None of the above

21.’X’ started walking straight towards South. He walked a distance of 5m and then took a left turn and walked a distance of 3m.Then he took a right turn and walked a distance of 5m again. ’X’ is facing which direction, now?
(a) North-East 
(b) South 
(c) North
(d) South-West 
(e) None of these.

22. Krishna started from a point ‘A’ towards South and traveled 5 km. Then he turned right and traveled 2 Km. Then he turned right and traveled 5 km. Then he turned left and traveled 5 km. How far is he from the point ‘A’?
(a) 5 km 
(b) 7 km 
(c) 15 km 
(d) 17km 
(e) None of these

23. A person walks 1 mile to West, turns left and walks 1 mile and turns left and walks 1 mile, and again turns left and walks 1 mile. What is the direction he is facing now?
(a) North 
(b) South 
(c) East
(d) West 
(e) None of these.

24. I was facing East from where I turned to my left and walked 12 ft., then I turned towards right and walked 6 ft., After that I walked 6 ft in South direction and at last I walked 6 ft in the West. Then, in which direction I am standing from the original point?
(a) West 
(b) East 
(c) South
(d) North 
(e) East-West.

25. Amit starts from a point A and walks 5 m towards North-East direction and reaches point B .From here he travels 8 m in East direction and reaches point C. From C he travels towards South-West direction and reaches point D after traveling a distance equal to AB. At last, he turns towards West direction and reaches point A. How much distance has been covered by Amit and which geometrical figure has been formed by path traveled by him?
(a) 26m, square 
(b) 26m, parallelogram 
(c) 26m, trapezium
(d) 16m, parallelogram 
(e) None of these.

26. Vinod starts from his house and travels 4 km in East direction, after that he turns towards left and moves 4 km. Finally, he turns towards left and moves 4 km. At what distance and in which direction he finally stands from his original point?
(a) North, 4 km 
(b) North-East, 4 km 
(c) South, 12 km
(d) West, 4 km 
(e) None of these.

27. A man travels 2 m toward North, then he turns towards East and travels 3 m. Finally, he travels 6 m in south direction. How far is he from his starting point?
(a) 11 m 
(b) 9 m 
(c) 5 m
(d) 3 m 
(e) None of these.

28. A and B starts from a point in opposite directions. A travels 3 km and B also travels 3 km. Then, A turns towards right and travels 4 km and B turns towards right and travels 4 km. What is the distance between A and B?
(a) 8 km 
(b) 10 km 
(c) 12 km
(d) 14 km 
(e) None of these

29. An object is projected from South-East direction to North-West direction with a certain force. Air exerts an equal force from South-West direction to North-East direction. What will be the new direction of the object?
(a) Towards South-East 
(b) Towards North-East
(c) Towards East 
(d) Towards South-West 
(e) None of these.

30. Pankaj travels 10 m in North direction; he turns right and travels 20 m. Again he turns towards right and travels 25 m, then he turns towards left and travels 15 m, in which direction and how far is Pankaj from his original position?
(a) 35 m, East 
(b) 10 m, West 
(c) 25 m, East
(d) 5 m, West 
(e) None of these

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