Exam Paper SBI Clerk - 2011 (Reasoning Ability)
State Bank of India
Exam Paper SBI Clerk - 2011
121. In a certain language 'to be polite' is coded as 'fa so la', ' she is polite' is coded as 'so me pa' and ' to have manners' is coded as 'na la ma'. Which of the following is the code for 'be' in that language?
122. 'Lead' is related to, 'pencil' in the same way as 'ink' is related to
123. How many meaningful English words can be formed with the letters ONFT using each letter only once in each word?
5) More than three
124. If the, digits in the number 25673948 are arranged in ascending order from left to right, what will be the sum of the digits which are fourth from the right and third from the left in the new arrangement?
125. In a certain code GIVEN is written as MDVJH. How is SHARK written in that code
126. If each of the vowels in the word HONESTLY is changed to the next letter in the English alphabetical series and each consonant is changed to the previous letter in the English alphabetical series, and then the alphabets so formed are arranged in alphabetical order from left to right, which of the following will be fifth from the left of the new arrangement thus formed?
127. If it is possible to make only one meaningful word with the first, second, fifth and sixth letters of the word PYGMALION, which of the following would be the second letter of that word from the right end? If no such word can be made, give 'X' as your answer and if more than one such word can be formed, give your answer as 'Z'.
128. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group, which is the one that does not belong to that group?
129. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word DUPLICATE each of which has as many letters between them in word (in both forward and backward directions) as they have between, them in the English alphabetical order?
5) More than three
130. In a certain language 'GUEST' is coded as '@7$2' and 'SNIP' is coded as '957#' and 'GAPE' is coded as 'β$35'. How will 'SING' be coded in the same code?
Directions (131 - 135): (In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by-two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from conclusions logically follows 'from the statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Give answer (1) if only conclusion I follows
Given answer (2) if only conclusion II follows
Give answer (3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
Given answer (4) if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows
Give answer (5) if both conclusions I and II follows
131. Statements: All
petals are flowers
Some flowers are not petals
Some petals are colours
Some flowers are colours
II. Some flowers are not colours
132. Statements: All
desks are tables
Some tables are drawers
Some drawers are big
Some tables are big
II. No desk is a drawer
133. Statements: All
Colleges are buildings
All buildings are concrete
Some concrete are strong
Some colleges are strong
II. Atleast some strong are concrete
134. Statements: Some
trees are tall
All tall are healthy
All healthy are not tall
Some healthy are tall
II. Some trees are not tall
135. Statements: All
books are interesting
All magazines are books
Some interesting that are not books are journals
Conclusions: I. All
books are journals
II. All magazines are interesting
Directions (136 - 140): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow:
If 'A ★ Z' means 'A is the wife of Z'
If 'A × Z' means 'A is the husband of Z'
If 'A + Z' means 'A is the sister of Z'
If 'A - Z' means 'A is the brother of Z'
If 'A > Z' means 'A is the son of Z'
If 'A < Z' means 'A is the daughter of Z'
136. Which of the following relations will not be true if the expression 'A < P × T + F > L × M' is definitely true?
1) A is the daughter of T
2) F is the son of M
3) P is the son-in-law of L
4) A is the cousin of F
5) M is the grandmother of A
137. Which of the following means N is the daughter-in-law of A?
1) M + N ★ P > A
2) N < M × P + A
3) M - N × P < A
4) A < P + N × M
5) A < N < P ★ M
138. How is P related to F if 'Q × P < B + F'?
4) Grand daughter
139. Which of the following means P is the father of R?
1) R > S < P ★ J
2) J + R - S < P
3) R > S ★ P - J
4) S + J × R < P
5) None of these
140. How is M related to B if 'A ★ B > Z × S + M'?
5) Cannot be determined.
Directions (141 - 145): The following questions are based on the five three digit numbers given below:
612 589 743 468 297
141. If two is added to the first digit of each of the numbers, how many numbers thus farmed will be completely divisible by three?
142. If the position of the second and the third digits of each of the numbers are interchanged, in how many numbers thus formed will be the last digit be a perfect square? ('1' is also a perfect square)
143. What will be the resultant if the third digit of the second lowest number is divided by the second digit of the highest number?
144. If all the digits in each of the numbers are arranged in descending order within the number, which of the following will form the highest number in the new arrangement of numbers?
145. If all the numbers are arranged in ascending order from left to right. which of the following will be sum of all the three digits of the number which is second from the right of the new arrangement thus formed?
Directions (146 - 150): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Six friends L, M, N. O, P and Q work in three different cities namely Chennai. Pune and Nashik (not more than two work in a single City). Each of them has a different profession, viz., banker, software engineer, lawyer, lecturer, doctor and psychologist, but not necessarily in the same order. O works in Chennai and is not a lecturer. M is a banker by profession and works in Pune with only Q, who is a software engineer by profession. N works in Nashik and is not a lawyer by profession. P is a doctor and does not work in Chennai. The only other person who works in Chennai is a lecturer by profession.
146. Which of the following is true for L?
1) L is a lecturer by profession.
2) L works in the same place as N.
3) L is neither a lecturer not a lawyer by profession.
4) L works in Pune.
5) None of these
147. Which two people work in Nashik?
1) L and N
2) N and P
3) L and Q
4) N and O
5) Cannot be determined
148. Which of the following combinations of persons, place and profession is correct?
1) Q -Nashik-psychologist
4) N-Chennai-software engineer
149. Which of the following is the occupation of N?
1) Software engineer
5) None of these
150. Who among the following five is a lawyer by profession among the group of friends?
5) None of these
Directions (151 - 160): In each of the questions given below which one of the five answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?
158. Problem Figures