# Must do Reasoning for SBI Exams

Directions (Q. 1-3) : In each question given below three statements are followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from the commonly knows facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions definitely do(es) not follow logically from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer.
1) if only conclusion II does not follow.
2) if only conclusion III does not follow.
3) if only conclusion I does not follow.
4) if both conclusions I and II do not follow.
5) None of these
1. Statements : All lions are tigers. No cow is a lion. Some horses are cows.
Conclusions
I. Some cows not being lions is a possibility.
II. Some tigers are definitely not cows.
III. All horses are lions.
2. Statements : All vegetables are fruits. All flowers are fruits. Some flowers are leaves.
Conclusions
I. No vegetable is a flower.
II. Some fruits being leaves is a possibility.
III. Some fruits are vegetables.
3. Statements : All pens are books. Some pages are books. Some pages are pencils.
Conclusions
I. No book is a pen.
II. Some books are pens.
III. Some pages being pens is a possibility.
Directions (Q.4-5) : In each question given below three statements are 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 the commonly knows facts. Read the conclusions and decide which logically follows from the three given statements disregarding commonly known facts and give answer.
4.  Statements : Some metals are nonmetals. Some nonmetals are diamonds. All diamonds are coals.
Conclusions
I. At least some diamonds are metals.
II. Some coals are definitely not nonmetals.
1) Either conclusion I or II follows.
2) Both conclusions I and II follow.
3) Neither conlusion I nor II follows.
4) Only conclusion II follows.
5) Only conclusion I ollows.
5.  Statements : Some prices are costs. All costs are amounts. No amount is an expense.
Conclusions
I. All expenses being prices is a possibility.
II. All prices being expenses is possibility.
1) Both conclusions I and II follow.
2) Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
3) Either conclusion I or II follows.
4) Only conclusion II follows.
5) Only conclusion I follows.
Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
There are seven persons – M, P, Q, R, S, T and U – who participated in a singing competition which started on 25th May and ended on 31st May. In the first round of the competition, each of them performed regional songs, viz Nepali, English, Marathi, Bengali, Kannada, Punjabi and Bhojpuri, but not necessarily in the same order. They like different colours, viz White, Yellow, Red, Black, Brown, Green and Pink, but not necessarily in the same order.
U, who likes Green, performed on the fourth day of the competition but performed neither Nepali nor English song. Two performances were held between the performance of U and T, neither of whom performed on the 1st day of the week. There was one performance between the performance of R and Q. But Q’s performance did not happen either on 1st or on 3rd day of the competition. Q likes Yellow colour and performed Nepali song. The one who performed Marathi song on the last day of competition, likes Red colour.
P did not perform on the day either immediately before or immediately after the performance of R, who does not like either Brown or White or Black colour. S  performed immediately after Q and he likes White colour. M does not like Brown colour and performed a Bengali song. R did not perform either Bhojpuri or Punjabi song. The one who performed in Kannada was scheduled immediately after the performance of the Nepali singer.
6. Which of the following combinations is definitely false regarding their schedule?
1) Q-Yellow-Nepali
2) R-Pink-English
3) M-Black-Bengali
4) U-Green-Marathi
5) None of these
7. Who among the following performed on the fifth day of the competition?
1) S
2) T
3) Q
4) M
5) None of these
8. Who sings Punjabi song?
1) U
2) R
3) P
4) Either P or U
5) None of these
9. If ‘U’ is related to ‘Yellow’, ‘S’ is related to ‘Red’, then which of the following is ‘R’ related to?
1) Brown
2) Green
3) Black
4) Pink
5) None of these
10. Which of the following combinations is true?
1) M’s performance was held on the fifth day of the week.
2) S likes Green colour.
3) R sings Nepali song.
4) S’s performance was scheduled before Q but after T.
5) None of these