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Bank PO :: Test No 204
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1 .

Direction (Q. 1) : In the following questions, the symbol #, ©, ®, @ and µ are used with the following meanings : 

P # Q means P is not equal to Q.

P © Q means P is either greater than or equal to Q.

P ® Q means P is equal to Q.

P @ Q means P is smaller than Q.

P µ Q means P is either smaller than or equal to Q.

Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

Statements : A @ T,  Z ® A,  Z © K,  P µ K

Conclusions : I. P @ Z                     II. P Q A

A.    if only conclusion I is true; B.    if only conclusion II is true;
C.    if either I or II is true; D.    if neither I nor II is true;
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2 .

Direction (Q. 2 - 6) : In each question below, there are three statements followed by 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 commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements.

Statements: a. All cups are fresheners.
                      b. Some fresheners are not poems.
                      c. Some poems are not stories.
Conclusions: I. All poems are cups.
                       II. Some poems are cups.
                       III. Some fresheners are poems.
                       IV. No fresheners are poems.

A.    Only II follows B.    Only II, III and IV follow
C.    Either III or IV along with II follow D.    None of these
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Statements: a. All ships are transports.
                      b. All transports are aeroplanes.
                      c. No ships are boats.
Conclusions: I. No transports are boats.
                       II. No boats are transports.
                       III. Some ships are transports.
                       IV. Some boats are not ships.

A.    All follow B.    Only III and IV follow
C.    Only II, III and IV follow D.    Ony I, II and III follow
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Statements: a. All sweets are cakes.
                      b. All cakes are chocolates.
                      c. All chocolates are biscuits.
Conclusions: I. All sweets are chocolates.
                       II. All chocolates are cakes.
                       III. Some chocolates are not sweets.
                       IV. Some sweets are not chocolates.

A.    None follows B.    Only III and IV follow
C.    Only either I or III follows D.    None of these
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Statements: a. All shoes are boats.
                      b. No boats are footgears.
                      c. All footgears are slippers.
Conclusions: I. Some slippers are not boats.
                       II. No shoes are footgears.
                       III. No footgears are boats.
                       IV. Some slippers are footgears.

A.    Only I, II and III follow B.    Only II, III and IV follow
C.    Only III and IV follow D.    None of these
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6 .

Statements: a. No books are copies.
                      b. Some copies are not pens.
                      c. Some pens are erasers.
Conclusions: I. Some pens are not copies.
                       II. Some copies are pens.
                       III. No pens are books.
                       IV. Some pens are not books.

A.    Only II follows B.    Either I or II follows
C.    Either III or IV along with I follow D.    None of these
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7 .

Direction (Q. 7 - 10) : In each of the following questions, a question is asked followed by three statements. You have to study the question and all the three statements given and decide whether any information provided in the statements) is/are redundant and can be dispensed with while answering the questions.

What is the meaning of the code 'kullu' in a code lanugage ?
A) In that code language rem tez kullu pullu tullu means 'Sher Singh is my son' and 'gullu sullu rullu pulM means 'is he at home'.
B) In that code language nel pullu kullu dela means 'my daughter is Nirmala' and setha gama lala means 'sit with me'.
C) Inthatcode language nel dela pullu willumeans 'her daughter is Nirmala' and 'kettu bala 'means 'go home'.

A.    B and either A or C B.    Either Cor A
C.    Either A or B or C D.    Any two of them
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8 .

In which direction from city 'X' is city' Y' situated ?
A) City ' X ' is to the east of city' W' but both the cities ' Y' and 'X' are in a straight line.
B) No cities are to the north of 'X'.
C) No cities except ' X ' are on the same straight line on which 'W' is situated.

A.    A or B or C B.    B and C
C.    Only B D.    None
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9 .

How is 'L' related t o ' W' ?
A) ' P ' is wife of one of the sons of 'X' and mother of the grandson of the father of Y'.
B)' Y' is the father of' W but' W is not the daughter of the wife of'Y'.
C) 'L' is the brother of'T', who is granddaughter of the father-in-law of the mother of 'L'.

A.    None B.    All the information even together are not sufficient.
C.    Any one of them D.    Only C
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10 .

P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are seven policemen standing in a column (not necessarily in the same order) facing east. Who is exactly in the middle ?
A) The number of persons between S and U is equal to that between V and S.
B) P, who is 5th from one end, is 3 positions behind R.
C) Q and P are adjacent to each other; so are T and S.

A.    Any one of them B.    Only B
C.    Only A D.    None
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