# Bank PO :: PO Reasoning Test No 92

## Home Bank PO / PO Reasoning Test No 92 Questions and Answers

1 .

Direction (Q. 1-5): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two or three statements given below it You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
Two of Ajay, Bipin and Chandan are fighting each other. Who is not fighting ?
A. The shorter of Ajay and Bipin is the older of the two fighters.
B. The younger of Bipin and Chandan is the shorter of the two fighters.
C The taller of Ajay and Chandan is the younger of the two fighters.

Only A and B together are sufficient
Only B and C together are sufficient
Only A and C together are sufficient
All the three (A, B and C) are necessary
2 .

If one of the words amongst ATM, DUE, MOD, OAT and TIE is the secret word for Punam, then which is the word ?
A. If I were to tell you any one letter of Punam's secret word, then you would be able to tell me the number of vowels in Punam's secret word.
B. The number of vowels in the secret word of Punam is known.
C The number of consonants in the secret word of Punam is known.

Only A is sufficient
Only B and C together are sufficient
Only A and B together are sufficient
Onlv A and either B or C are sufficient
3 .

Who is the best player? It is given that Sunita, her brother, her daughter, and her son are tennis players. As a game of doubles is about to begin, the situations are as follows:
A. Sunita's brother is directly across the net from her daughter.
B. Sunita's son is diagonally across the net from the worst player's sibling.
C The best player and the worst player are on the same side of the net.

A, B and C even together are not sufficient
A, B and C together are sufficient
Only C and Atogether are sufficient
Only B and C together are sufficient
4 .

How many students have obtained 20 or more marks in at least one of the three subjects among Hindi, English and Maths in the examination held recently ?
A. Total number of students who appeared in the examination is 160 and total marks of each subject of Hindi, English and Maths was 100.
B. Average marks of three subjects (Hindi, English and Maths) of 24 students were in the range 0-19.
C The students who scored between the range 20-100, only in Hindi, only in English and only in Math were 148, 139 and 129 respectively.

Only A and C are sufficient
Only B and C are sufficient
All the three together are sufficient
All the three even together are not sufficient
5 .

What is the rank of Rajat in a class of 47 students ?
A. Neelam, having 14th rank from the bottom, is five ranks ahead of Babita, who is two ranks behind Rajat.
B. Babita is four ranks ahead of Kamla.
C Babita is two ranks behind Rajat, and Kamla's rank is 25th.

Only A alone is sufficient
Either A alone or B and C together are sufficient
Only B and C together are sufficient
Only A and C together are sufficient
6 .

Direction (Q. 6-10): In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.

Statement: Instead of burning the leaves, bury them in compost pits, by which they gets converted to natural manure, making it beneficial for the soil. -A notice issued in public interest the Department of Environment
Assumptions:
I Whenever leaves are burnt in the open, the air gets laden with tiny particulate matter whichraises air pollution to alarming levels, which causes severe respiratory disorders and eye infections to those exposed to it.
II. Benefits gained from ashes of leaves burnt are not as much as the benefits gained from the natural manure obtained from leaves by burning it.

if only assumption I is implicit.
if only assumption II is implicit.
if either I or II is implicit.
if neither I nor II is implicit.
7 .

Statement: "A tempting cup of garma garam Georgia now awaits you at every street corner. So no matter who you are or where you go, a Georgia Vending Machine will hand you the same clean, delicious cup of tea in Regular, Adrak, Elaichi and Masala. And if you're looking for a change try the Regular, Mocha and Cappuccino coffee. One sip will make you realise why every other alternative is a mere compromise!"-An advertisement
Assumptions:
I Most of the people need delicious cup of tea or coffee with a change in taste.
II Every person is addicted to either tea or coffee.

if only assumption I is implicit.
if only assumption II is implicit.
if either I or II is implicit.
if neither I nor II is implicit.
8 .

Statement: "If you ask me about the daunting challenges that I face, I would say that my government's first priority is to improve the existing law and order situation. Then follows the issue of prices of commodities."-Mr Y, a newly appointed PM of country X
Assumptions:
I If a citizen of country X can sleep peacefully, he/she can then think of providing food to his/her family, ponder over education and move about freely in the country.
II Prices of the commodities affect the common man greatly.

if only assumption I is implicit.
if only assumption II is implicit.
if either I or II is implicit.
if neither I nor II is implicit.
9 .

Statement: "If you have any unresolved consumer disputes, do not feel that you are helpless, do not hesitate to assert your rights. Approach the District Consumer Forum for speedy redressal."-Department of Consumer Affairs
Assumptions:
I People don't want to approach consumer forum due to the red-tapism in procedure adopted by the forum,
II Speedy redressal will attract more unresolved consumer disputes.

if only assumption I is implicit.
if only assumption II is implicit.
if either I or II is implicit.
if neither I nor II is implicit.
10 .

Statement: It is not always true that only an intelligent person can qualify the written examination for Probationary Officers (POs).
Assumptions:
I An intelligent person can qualify the written examination for POs.
II A person who is not intelligent can also qualify the written examination for POs.

if only assumption I is implicit.
if only assumption II is implicit.
if either I or II is implicit.
if both I and II are implicit.