RRB Group-D Reasoning Questions Set-3 PDF

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RRB Group-D Reasoning Questions Set-3 PDF

Download Top-15 RRB Group-D Reasoning Questions Set-3 PDF. RRB GROUP-D Reasoning questions based on asked questions in previous exam papers very important for the Railway Group-D exam.

Question 1: In a row of girls, Shweta is 11th from the right end. Mansi is 14th to the left of Shweta. If Mansi is 12th from the left end, then how many girls are there in the row?

a) 40

b) 38

c) 37

d) 36

Question 2: If 13Δ3 = 20, 12Δ7 = 10 and 12Δ5 = 14, then find the value of 16Δ2 = ?

a) 14

b) 4

c) 28

d) 8

Question 3: What sum of money is to be divided among 3 persons in the ratio 3:4:7 so that the second man receives 12 only?

a) 21

b) 32

c) 9

d) 42

Question 4: Video : Cassette :: Computer : ?

a) Files

b) Floppy

c) Bits

Question 5: Name a single letter, which can be deleted from the body of the following words to form entirely new words?
HOST POST COST LOST STOP

a) O

b) P

c) T

d) S

Question 6: If ‘/’ means addition, ‘*’ means division, ‘-’ means multiplication and ‘+‘ means subtraction, what will be the value of
12 + 7 / 9 – 10 * 5

a) 27

b) 22

c) 30

d) 23

Question 7: ‘A’ is the sister of ‘B’. ‘B’ is married to ‘D’. ‘B’ and ‘D’ have a daughter ‘G’. How is ‘G’ related to ‘A’?

a) Sister

b) Daughter

c) Niece

d) Cousin

Question 8: Shubham’s mother is the sister-in-law of Shashi and Shashi is the only daughter of Parmeshwar. Ravi is Shubham’s brother. How is Shashi related to Ravi?

a) Grandmother

b) Aunt

c) Sister

d) Cousin

Question 9: If 6 @ 34 = 204 and 85 ! 59 = 144 then what is the value of
164 ! 122 @ 2.5?

a) 469

b) 448

c) 428

d) 512

Question 10: In this question, the sets of numbers given in the alternatives are represented. The columns and rows of Matrix I are numbered from 0 to 4 and that of Matrix II are numbered from 5 to 9.

A letter from these matrices can be represented first by its column and next by its row, e.g., M can be represented by 31, 55 etc., and ‘H’ can be represented by 01, 76 etc.
Which of the following can be the code for “BOTTLE”?

a) 75,40,30,89,13,77

b) 75,79,89,30,99,01

c) 03,79,30,89,13,00

d) 03,40,89,30,13,79

Question 11: Which one of the given responses would be a meaningful order of the following words in reverse alphabetical order?
1) Legalistically
2) Linguistic
3) Loathsome

a) 3, 2, 4, 1

b) 2, 4, 3, 1

c) 3, 4, 2, 1

d) 1, 2, 3, 4

Question 12: What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the series?
3, 8, 27, 112, (?), 3396

a) 565

b) 452

c) 560

d) 678

Instructions

In the following questions, a series is given, with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones.

Question 13: 20, 29, 38, 47, ?

a) 52

b) 58

c) 59

d) 56

Question 14: In which of the following answer figures, the given below question figure is embedded/hidden?

a) a

b) b

c) c

d) d

Question 15: At a college party 5 girls are sitting in a row. P is to the left of M and to the right of O. R is sitting to the right of N, but to the left of O. Who is sitting in the middle?

a) O

b) R

c) P

d) M

Mansi’s position from left end = 12th

Shweta is 11th from the right end and Mansi is 14th to the left of Shweta

=> Mansi’s position from right end = 11 + 14 = 25th

$\therefore$ Total number of girls = $(25+12)-1=36$

=> Ans – (D)

Given : 13Δ3 = 20, 12Δ7 = 10 and 12Δ5 = 14

If we replace ‘Δ’ with ‘-‘, and multiply the difference by 2, we get the desired result.

Eg :- $(13-3)\times2=20$

and $(12-7)\times2=10$ and $(12-5)\times2=14$

Similarly, $(16-2)\times2=28$

=> Ans – (C)

Let amount distributed among three persons be 3x, 4x 7x

$\therefore$ 4x = 12 (or) x = 3

Total money distributed = 14x (or) 14(3) (or) 42

Hence, option D is the correct answer.

Recordings of the second are visualised on the first. Thus, Computer : Floppy

=> Ans – (B)

Words : HOST POST COST LOST STOP

The common letter in each word is ‘S’, if we remove it.

New words formed are : Hot , Pot , Cot , Lot Top which are all valid.

=> Ans – (D)

First, let us replace the symbols using actual symbols.

12 – 7 + 9 * 10 / 5

Now, we have to apply the BODMAS rule to determine the order in which operations must be carried out.

Value = 12 – 7 + 9 * 2
= 12 – 7 + 18
= 30 – 7
Value = 23.
Therefore, option D is the right answer.

B and D are married and have a daughter G.

Also, A is the sister of B, => A is aunt of G.

Thus, G is the niece of A.

=> Ans – (C)

Shubham’s mother is the sister-in-law of Shashi, => Shashi is the aunt of Shubham.

Shashi is the only daughter of Parmeshwar, => Parmeshwar is the grandfather of Shubham.

Ravi is Shubham’s brother.

Thus, Shashi is Ravi’s aunt.

=> Ans – (B)

164 ! 122 @ 2.5 = 164 + 122*2.5 = 164 + 305 = 469
Hence, option A is right choice.

Code for B – 03, 75
Code for O – 40, 79
Code for T – 30, 89
Code for T – 30, 89
Code for L – 13, 99
Code for E – 00, 78
Option C has the correct codes for all the letters of “BOTTLE”.
Hence, option C is the right answer.

Now, ‘E’ comes first in the alphabetical order, next comes ‘I’ and then ‘O’.
So, 3 should be the first one to come in the reverse alphabetical order and 1 should come at last.
So, answer should be one among A and C.
Now, between 2 and 4 ‘Lin’ is common. Next alphabets are ‘g’ and ‘k’. ‘g’ comes before ‘k’ so ‘linguistic’ should come after ‘linkable’.
Thus, C is the correct answer.

Let the missing term be y

here the sequence is 3, 8, 27, 112, y, 3396

here the pattern is :

8 = 3 x 2 + 2

27 = 8 x 3 + 3

112 = 27 x 4 + 4

so from the highlighted pattern , we can say that

y = 112 x 5 + 5 = 565

The difference between each term is 9.
The missing term is 56.
Hence Option D is the correct answer.

P is to the left of M and to the right of O, => O P M

R is sitting to the right of N, but to the left of O, => N R O

Thus, combining above statements, we get :

Arrangement = N R O P M

=> O is sitting in the middle.

=> Ans – (A)

We hope this Reasoning Questions Set-3 for RRB Group-D Exam will be highly useful for your preparation.