# SBI PO 2022: Reasoning QUIZ-55

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## Question 1:

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions:

In a certain code language;

‘take desk for study’ means ‘mo rs wi fe’

‘study notebook reading desk’ means ‘gt rd wi rs’

‘desk reading notebook daily’ means ‘gt rd ra wi’

‘daily take learn study’ means ‘fe gk ra rs’

What is the code for the word ‘daily study’ in the given code language?

## Question 2:

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions:

In a certain code language;

‘take desk for study’ means ‘mo rs wi fe’

‘study notebook reading desk’ means ‘gt rd wi rs’

‘desk reading notebook daily’ means ‘gt rd ra wi’

‘daily take learn study’ means ‘fe gk ra rs’

Which of the following is the code of ‘study’?

## Question 3:

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions:

In a certain code language;

‘take desk for study’ means ‘mo rs wi fe’

‘study notebook reading desk’ means ‘gt rd wi rs’

‘desk reading notebook daily’ means ‘gt rd ra wi’

‘daily take learn study’ means ‘fe gk ra rs’

Which of the following is the code ‘gt’ stands for?

## Question 4:

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions:

In a certain code language;

‘take desk for study’ means ‘mo rs wi fe’

‘study notebook reading desk’ means ‘gt rd wi rs’

‘desk reading notebook daily’ means ‘gt rd ra wi’

‘daily take learn study’ means ‘fe gk ra rs’

‘ra fe mo gt’ may represent

## Question 5:

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions:

In a certain code language;

'take desk for study' means 'mo rs wi fe'

'study notebook reading desk' means 'gt rd wi rs'

'desk reading notebook daily' means 'gt rd ra wi'

'daily take learn study' means 'fe gk ra rs'

If the code for the words 'for' 'is coded as 'mo gk' in the coded language then what will be the missing word?

## Question 6:

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Eight persons – L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S - are sitting around a circle at equidistance but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing towards the centre while some others are facing outside the centre.

S is sitting 3rd to the left of R. Both R and S are facing towards the outside. O is not an immediate neighbour of R or S. Q faces the just opposite direction of O. (It implies that if O is facing towards the centre, Q would face outside the centre). Q is sitting 2nd to the left of O. Both the immediate neighbours of N face just opposite direction of N. L is an immediate neighbour of R. Both the immediate neighbour of O face just opposite direction of O. L faces towards the centre and he is an immediate neighbour of both R and P. P faces towards the centre.

Who among the following is sitting exactly between M and R?

## Question 7:

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Eight persons – L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S - are sitting around a circle at equidistance but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing towards the centre while some others are facing outside the centre.

S is sitting 3rd to the left of R. Both R and S are facing towards the outside. O is not an immediate neighbour of R or S. Q faces the just opposite direction of O. (It implies that if O is facing towards the centre, Q would face outside the centre). Q is sitting 2nd to the left of O. Both the immediate neighbours of N face just opposite direction of N. L is an immediate neighbour of R. Both the immediate neighbour of O face just opposite direction of O. L faces towards the centre and he is an immediate neighbour of both R and P. P faces towards the centre.

How many persons are sitting between O and R if we move clockwise starting from O?

## Question 8:

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Eight persons – L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S - are sitting around a circle at equidistance but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing towards the centre while some others are facing outside the centre.

S is sitting 3rd to the left of R. Both R and S are facing towards the outside. O is not an immediate neighbour of R or S. Q faces the just opposite direction of O. (It implies that if O is facing towards the centre, Q would face outside the centre). Q is sitting 2nd to the left of O. Both the immediate neighbours of N face just opposite direction of N. L is an immediate neighbour of R. Both the immediate neighbour of O face just opposite direction of O. L faces towards the centre and he is an immediate neighbour of both R and P. P faces towards the centre.

Which of the following statements is not true regarding the given sitting arrangement?

## Question 9:

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Eight persons – L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S - are sitting around a circle at equidistance but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing towards the centre while some others are facing outside the centre.

S is sitting 3rd to the left of R. Both R and S are facing towards the outside. O is not an immediate neighbour of R or S. Q faces the just opposite direction of O. (It implies that if O is facing towards the centre, Q would face outside the centre). Q is sitting 2nd to the left of O. Both the immediate neighbours of N face just opposite direction of N. L is an immediate neighbour of R. Both the immediate neighbour of O face just opposite direction of O. L faces towards the centre and he is an immediate neighbour of both R and P. P faces towards the centre.

Who is sitting second to the left of S?

## Question 10:

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Eight persons – L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S - are sitting around a circle at equidistance but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing towards the centre while some others are facing outside the centre.

S is sitting 3rd to the left of R. Both R and S are facing towards the outside. O is not an immediate neighbour of R or S. Q faces the just opposite direction of O. (It implies that if O is facing towards the centre, Q would face outside the centre). Q is sitting 2nd to the left of O. Both the immediate neighbours of N face just opposite direction of N. L is an immediate neighbour of R. Both the immediate neighbour of O face just opposite direction of O. L faces towards the centre and he is an immediate neighbour of both R and P. P faces towards the centre.

Four of the five are alike in a certain way. Choose the one which is not the same as the other four.