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# Expected Reasoning Questions For IBPS RRB PO

Download Top-20 IBPS RRB PO Expected Reasoning Questions PDF. Expected Reasoning questions based on asked questions in previous year exam papers very important for the IBPS RRB PO (Officer Scale-I, II & III) exam.

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Instructions

Directions : Read the information carefully and answer the following questions:
If A + B means A is the father of B.
If A Ã— B means A is the sister of B.
If A $B means A is the wife of B. If A % B means A is the mother of B. If A Ã· B means A is the son of B. Question 1:Â What should come in place of question mark to establish that J is brother of T in the expression? J Ã· P % H ? T % L a)Â Ã— b)Â Ã· c)Â$

d)Â Either Ã· or Ã—

e)Â Either + or Ã·

Question 2:Â Which of the given expressions indicates that M is daughter of D?

a)Â L % R $D + T Ã— M b)Â L + R$ D + M Ã— T

c)Â L % R % D + T Ã· M

d)Â D + L $R + M Ã— T e)Â L$ D Ã· R % M Ã· T

Question 3:Â Which of the following options is true if the expression ‘I + T % J Ã— L Ã· K’ is definitely true?

a)Â L is daughter of T

b)Â K is son-in-law of I

c)Â I is grandmother of L

d)Â T is father of J

e)Â J is brother of L

Question 4:Â Which of the following expressions is true if Y is son of X is definitely false?

a)Â W % L Ã— T Ã— Y Ã· X

b)Â W + L Ã— T Ã— Y Ã· X

c)Â X + L Ã— T Ã— Y Ã· W

d)Â W $X + L + Y + T e)Â W % X + T Ã— Y Ã· L Question 5:Â What should come in place of question mark to establish that T is sister-in-law of Q in the expression. R % T Ã— P ? Q + V a)Â Ã· b)Â % c)Â Ã— d)Â$

e)Â Either $or Ã— Instructions Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow- If ‘p$ \bigstar$Q’ means ‘p is the mother of Q’ If ‘p$ \times$Q’ means ‘p is the father of Q’ If ‘p+ Q ‘P is the sister of Q’ If ‘p-Q’ means ‘p is the brother of Q’ If ‘P$\geq$Q’ means ‘p is the son of Q’ If ‘p$\leq$Q’ means ‘p is the daughter of Q’ Question 6:Â In the expression ‘A$\times$B + R$\geq$S’ how is s related to A ? a)Â Daughter-in-law b)Â Daughter c)Â Wife d)Â Sister e)Â Cannot be determined Question 7:Â In the expression ‘p + Q$\geq$A-B’ how is p related to B ? a)Â Daughter b)Â Son c)Â Niece d)Â Nephew e)Â Cannot be determined Question 8:Â In the expression ‘W$\geq$X$\leq$Y$\bigstar$Z’ how is W related to Z ? a)Â Nephew b)Â Uncle c)Â Son d)Â Brother-in-law e)Â None of these Question 9:Â Which of the following means p is the father of S ? a)Â p$\times$Q$\leq$R$\bigstar$S b)Â R$\times$P$\leq$Q-S c)Â R+ S$\geq$Q + P d)Â S+Q-R$\bigstar$P e)Â Cannot be determined Question 10:Â Which of the following means D is the aunt of C ? a)Â D$\geq$B$\bigstar$A$\bigstar$C b)Â D+BÂ¬-C$\bigstar$A c)Â D-B-A$\times$C d)Â D+B$\times$A$\times$C e)Â None of these Instructions Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow- If ‘A$\bigstar$Z’ means ‘A is the wife of Z’ If ‘A$\times$Z’ means ‘A is the husband of Z’ If ‘A+Z’ means ‘A is the sister of Z’ If ‘AÂ¬Z’ means ‘A is the brother of Z’ If ‘A$\geq$Z’ is the son of Z’ If ‘A$\leq$Z’ is the daughter of Z’ Question 11:Â Which of the following relations will not be true if the expression$’A\leq P \times T + F \geq L \times M’$a)Â A is the daughter of T b)Â F is the son of M c)Â P is the sonÂ¬inÂ¬law of L d)Â A is the cousin of F e)Â M is the grandmother of A Question 12:Â Which of the following means N is the dughterÂ¬inÂ¬law of A ? a)Â$ M + N \bigstar P \geq A$b)Â$ N \leq M \times P+A$c)Â$ M \leq N \times P \leq A$d)Â$ A \times P + N \times M$e)Â$A \leq N \leq \bigstar M $Question 13:Â How is p related to F if ‘$Q \times P\leq B + F $? a)Â Daughter b)Â Niece c)Â DaughterÂ¬inÂ¬law d)Â Grand daughter e)Â Aunt Question 14:Â Which of the following means P is the father of R ? a)Â$R \geq S \leq P \bigstar J$b)Â$J+R$Â¬$S\leq P$c)Â$R \geq S \bigstar P$Â¬$J$d)Â$S+J \times R \leq P$e)Â None of these Question 15:Â How is M related to B if A$ \bigstar B\geq Z \times S + M ‘ ? $a)Â Aunt b)Â Grandfather c)Â Uncle d)Â Cousin e)Â Cannot be determined Instructions Read the information carefully and answer the following questions: If A + B means A is the father of B If A x B means A is the sister of B If A$ B means A is the wife of B
If A % B means A is the mother of B
If A $\div$ B means A is the son of B

Question 16:Â What should come in place of the question mark, to establish that J is the brother of T in the expression?
J $\div$ P % H ? T % L

a)Â x

b)Â $\div$

c)Â $d)Â Either$\div$or x e)Â Either + or$\div$Question 17:Â Which among the given expression indicate that M is the daughter of D? a)Â L % R$ D + T x M

b)Â L + R $D + M x T c)Â L % R % D + T$\div$M d)Â D + L$ R + M x T

e)Â L $D$\div$R % M$\div$T Question 18:Â Which among the following options is true if the expression â€˜I + T % J x L$\div$Kâ€™ definitely true? a)Â L is the daughter of T b)Â K is the son-in-law of I c)Â I is the grandmother of L d)Â T is the father of J e)Â J is the brother of L Question 19:Â Which among the following expressions is false if Y is the son of X is definitely true? a)Â W % L x T x Y$\div$X b)Â W + L x T x Y$\div$X c)Â X + L x T x Y$\div$W d)Â W$ X + L + Y + T

e)Â W % X + T x Y $\div$ L

Question 20:Â What should come in the place of the question mark, to establish that T is the sister-in-law of Q in the expression?
R % T x P ? Q + V

a)Â $\div$

b)Â %

c)Â x

d)Â $e)Â Either$ or x

J Ã· P % H ? T % L

=> T is the mother of L and J is the brother of H

Now, for J to be brother of T, H must be either sister or brother of T.

=> ‘x’ is the correct symbol here.

In option B, D + M is given, wich implies that D is the father of M.

Now, if M is a girl, then it can be established that M is the daughter of M.

M x T => M is a sister of T => M is a girl

Hence option B is correct.

I + T % J Ã— L Ã· K

L Ã· K => L is the son of K

J Ã— L Ã· K => J is the daughter of K

T % J Ã— L Ã· K => T is the wife of K

I + T % J Ã— L Ã· K => I is the father-in-law of K

Hence B is the correct answer

Given that Y is not a son of X.

In option A and B,Â Y Ã· X is given, which is wrong. Hence A and B are eliminated.

In option C, X + L x T x Y is given => X is father of Y, which is wrong. Hence C is eliminated.

Similarly E can also be eliminated.

Hence, D is the answer

T Ã— P ? Q

Here, T is the sister of P. So for T to be sister-in-law of Q, P must be Q’s wife. Hence the correct symbol is ‘$’. 6)Â AnswerÂ (C) In, order to tackle this question, we intrepret the equation in reverse manner. Now,$R \geq$S means S is father of R. B+R means R is sister of B which means S is also father of B. Now, AxB means B is son of A, but then B is also son of A. Hence, A is wife of S. Hence, option is C. 7)Â AnswerÂ (C) A-B means B is brother of A. Q$\geq$A means A is father of Q and Q is niece of B. P+Q means P is sister of Q which also means P is niece of B. Hence, the correct option is option C. 8)Â AnswerÂ (A) W$\geq$X means W is son of X. X$\leq$Y means X is daughter of Y. Y$\bigstar$Z means Y is mother of Z which means X and Z are siblings. Also, W is son of X which means Z is uncle/aunt of W and W is nephew of Z. Hence, correct option is A. 9)Â AnswerÂ (A) p$\times$Q$\leq$R$\bigstar$S Now, R$\bigstar$S means S is son/daughter of R. Q$\leq$R means R is father or mother of Q. hence, S and Q are siblings. p$\times$Q means Q is son\daughter of P. S is son/daughter of P as S and Q are siblings. Hence S is parent to P. Hence, the correct option is A. 10)Â AnswerÂ (E) None of the options establish a relation of C being nephew of D or D being aunt of C. Hence, none of the option is correct. The correct option in this case is E. 11)Â AnswerÂ (D) the expression$’A\leq P \times T + F \geq L \times M’$is intrepreted as A is daughter of P, P is husband of T, T is sister of F. Hence, T is mother of A and A is niece of T. Therefore, correct option is D. 12)Â AnswerÂ (A)$ M + N \bigstar P \geq A$, M is sister of N, N is wife of P, P is son of A. Hence, A is mother of P and N is daughter in law of A. Hence, the correct option is A. 13)Â AnswerÂ (B)$Q \times P\leq B + F $can be intrepreted as: Q is husband of P, P is daughter of B, B is sister of F. Hence, F is uncle/aunt of P or P is niece of F. B is the correct option. 14)Â AnswerÂ (C)$ R\geq S \bigstar P$Â¬$J$can be interpreted as: R is son of S. S is wife of P, hence, R is son of P i.e P is father of R. Hence, the correct option is C. 15)Â AnswerÂ (E) Here, if we try to intrepret the relation: A$ \bigstar B\geq Z \times S + M
B is son of Z. Z is wife of S. S is sister of M. However, anomaly is that if Z is wife of S then S is husband and male member. However it is also mentioned that S is sister. Hence, S is assumed to be female member which is in contradiction to previous designation.

Therefore, we cannot determine the relation between B and M.

In the expression, J Ã·

Ã·

P % H ? T % L

J is son of P and P is mother of H, => J is brother of H

Now, for J to be brother of T, T must be a sibling of H.

The only option available is ‘x’

After that , H is sister of T, and hence J is brother of T

Ans – (A)

(A) : L % R $D + T x M = L is the mother of R, who is wife of D. D is father of T, who is sister of M. => Gender of M is not known. M can be son/daughter of D. (B) : L + R$ D + M x T = L is father of R, who is wife of D. D is father of M, who is sister of T.

=> M is female and hence daughter of D.

(C) L % R % D + T $\div$ M = L is mother of R, who is mother of D. D is father of T and T is son of M

=> M is wife of D

(D) D + L $R + M x T = D is father of L, who is wife of R. R is father of M, who is sister of T. => M is granddaughter of D (E) L$ D $\div$ R % M $\div$ T = L is wife of D, who is son of R. R is mother of M, who is son of T.

=> M is brother of D

Thus, Ans – (B)

I + T % J x L $\div$ K implies I is the father of T and T is the mother of J and J is the sister of L and L is the son of K.

1) L is the son of K. So, L is male. So, (a) is incorrect

3) I is the father of T. So, I is male. So, (c) is incorrect.

4) T is the mother of J. So, T is female. So, (d) is incorrect

5) J is the sister of L. So, J is female. So, (e) is incorrect.

The correct answr is (b)

(A) : W % L x T x Y $\div$ X = From the last part of the expression, it is clearly known that Y is son of X [ Y $\div$ X]

(B) : W + L x T x Y $\div$ X = From the last part of the expression, it is clearly known that Y is son of X [ Y $\div$ X]

(C) : X + L x T x Y $\div$ W = X is father of L, who is sister of T, who is sister of Y, and Y is son of W

=> W is the wife of X and hence Y is the son of X

(D) W $X + L + Y + T = W is the wife of X, who is father of L, who is father of Y, who is father of T. => Y is the grandson of X (E) W % X + T x Y$\div$L = W is mother of X, who is father of T and T is sister of Y, who is son of L => L is the wife of X and hence Y is the son of X. Only, in (D) the expression is false. 20)Â AnswerÂ (D) In the expression, R % T x P ? Q + V R is the mother of T and T is the sister of P. Now, for T to be the sister in law of Q, => Q must be married to P. The only option available for that is ‘$’

=> Now, P is wife of Q and hence T is sister-in-law of Q

Ans – (D)