Reasoning Puzzles Questions for IBPS/SBI Set - 10

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Hello Readers, Today we are sharing some important reasoning puzzle, helpful for SBI and IBPS exams. These puzzles are very important for SBI po exam and IBPS PO & other upcoming bank exam. 
We are also providing some basic points for solving puzzles. Requesting you to go through the below points before taking any Set.
Reasoning puzzles are favorite questions in all public examinations. This puzzles questions challenge you to match the correct answers. Some time it's takes long time to solve questions. Even though we will solve it. But it is recommended to skip the question if you are not able to solve the question with in less than two or max three minutes otherwise you are in trouble which leads to time insufficient. Below are the key points to solve puzzles questions. 

How to solve Reasoning Puzzles Quickly
1. Check whether any squares, cubes or any mathematical relation.
2. Check whether is there any addition, subtraction, multiplication or division
3. Use your own logic and find out the solution.
4. The ability to convert clues written in language form into visual clues so that you do not need to read the text again and again.
5. The ability to capture what indirect clues are talking about and how to use them correctly.
6. We would advise you to first have a look at the questions and try to solve the same on your own before looking at the step-by-step process of solving the same.
Sometime these puzzles include images also. Requesting you practice more questions on this category so that you will get an idea.


Directions 1 : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Six friends Hetal, Jayshree, Rohini, Meena, Nidhi and Swati, stay in different areas of a city i.e., Dadar, Matunga, Mulund, Vikroli, Thane and Kanjurmarg not necessarily in the same order. All six have different hobbies which are singing, dancing, drawing, travelling, cooking and reading not necessarily in the same order.
Hetal stays in Vikroli and her hobby is neither dancing nor reading. The one whose hobby is travelling stays in Mulund. Jayshree's hobby is drawing and she does not stay in either Dadar or Matunga. Meena stays in Kanjurmarg and her hobby is cooking. Rohini likes reading but she and Nidhi do not stay in Matunga.

Questions:

1. What is Swati's hobby ?
1) Singing 
2) Dancing 
3) Reading
4) Travelling 
5) None of these

2. Whose hobby is singing ?
1) Nidhi 
2) Rohini 
3) Swati
4) Hetal 
5) None of these

3. Whose hobby is travelling ?
1) Hetal 
2) Swati 
3) Nidhi
4) Rohini 
5) None of these

4. Where does Jayshree stay ?
1) Thane 
2) Vikroli 
3) Kanjurmarg
4) Mulund 
5) None of these

5. Where does Rohini stay ?
1) Matunga 
2) Mulund 
3) Thane
4) Dadar 
5) None of these

Directions 2 : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Seven flights namely Jet Airways. British Airways, Delta, Quantas, Emirates, Lufthansa and Air India are scheduled to fly to London. There is only one flight to London on each of the seven days of the week, starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. Delta flies on Wednesday. Air India flies the day next to British Airways. British Airways does not fly on Monday or Friday. Two airlines fly between the days British Airways, and Emirates fly. Emirates does not fly on Sunday. Quantas flies a day before Lufthansa.

Questions:

1. On which of the following days does Jet Airways fly?
1) Friday 
2) Sunday 
3) Tuesday
4) Thursday 
5) None of these

2. How many flights fly between Lufthansa and Delta ?
1) None 
2) One 
3) Two
4) Three 
5) Five

3. Which of the following flights flies on Friday ?
1) Air India 
2) Quantas 
3) Emirates
4) Lufthansa 
5) Jet Airways

4. If Delta postpones its flight to Sunday owing to some technical reasons and all the flights scheduled for Thursday to Sunday are now made to take oil a day ahead of the schedule, which of the following flights would now fly on Friday?
1) Lufthansa 
2) Jet Airways 
3) British Airways
4) Air India 
5) Quantas

5. If Emirates is related to British Airways and Delta is related to Quantas in a certain way based upon the given flight schedule, then Jet Airways will be related to which of the following based upon the same relationship'?
1) Lufthansa 
2) Quantas 
3) Delta
4) Air India 
5) None of these

Directions 3 : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. No two males or two females are immediate neighbours of each other. A is wife of H. A sits third to the left of E. F sits second to the right of D. D is not an immediate neighbour of A or E. H and C are immediate neighbours of each other. F is not an immediate neighbour of his wife B.

Questions:

1. Which of the following is true about G ?
1) G is a male
2) G sits exactly between F and H
3) G sits third to the left or E
4) G sits second to the right of B
5) None is true

2. Who sits third to the left of B ?
1) F 
2) H 
3) D
4) A 
5) None of these

3. How many people sit between B and F when counted in anti-clockwise direction from B ?
1) One 
2) Two 
3) Three
4) Four 
5) More than four

4. Four of the following live are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?
1) H 
2) F 
3) E
4) G 
5) D

5. Which of the following groups consists of only female members of the group?
1) A, B, H 
2) G, F, C 
3) C, H, G
4) D, H, C 
5) None of these

6. If all the persons are made to sit in alphabetical order in clockwise direction, starting from A, the positions of how many (excluding A) will remain unchanged as compared to their original seating positions?
1) None 
2) One 
3) Two
4) Three 
5) Four

Directions 4 : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Each one of them has a different profession viz. doctor, engineer, architect, teacher, clerk, shopkeeper, businessman and banker. A sits third to right of teacher. D sits second to left of G. G is not an immediate neighbour of the teacher. Only one person sits between B who is the shopkeeper and teacher. The one who is an architect sits third to right of the shopkeeper. H sits between architect and engineer. E is not an immediate neighbour of H. Engineer sits third to the right of clerk. Only one person sits between businessman and F. E is neither a businessman nor a doctor.

Questions:

1. Which of the following is true with respect to the given seating arrangement?
1) E is an immediate neighbour of the engineer
2) E is an architect
3) The clerk is an immediate neighbour of the banker
4) The teacher sits between H and the engineer
5) Shopkeeper sits second to the right of the teacher

2. What is the profession of H ?
1) Businessman 
2) Architect
3) Banker 
4) Teacher
5) Shopkeeper

3. What is the position of doctor with respect to the banker?
1) Immediately to the left 
2) Third to the left
3) Second to the right 
4) Fourth to the left
5) Second to the left

4. Who sits exactly between the architect and the businessman?
1) C and H 
2) Clerk
3) Banker and shopkeeper 
4) Doctor
5) C and teacher

5. Who amongst the following is a clerk?
1) C 
2) D 
3) E
4) F 
5) G