# Reasoning Questions for RBI Assistant Mains and IBPS Clerk Prelims Online Examination 2017

Direction (Q1-Q5): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer
Q1.Statement:
M > K > T= P < S = R
Conclusions:
I. M > P
II. R > T
Options:
A. Only conclusion I follows.
B. Only conclusion II follows.
C. Either conclusion I or II follows.
D. Neither conclusion I or II follows.
E. Both conclusions I and II follow.
Q2. Statement:
R< L = T > S , V < G < R
Conclusions:
I. S > G
II. G < T
Options:
A. Only conclusion I follows.
B. Only conclusion II follows.
C. Either conclusion I or II follows.
D. Neither conclusion I or II follows.
E. Both conclusions I and II follow.

Q3. Statements:
D = K > R > T, Q < P = T
Conclusions:
I. D > P
II. R > Q
Options
A. Only conclusion I follows.
B. Only conclusion II follows.
C. Either conclusion I or II follows.
D. Neither conclusion I or II follows.
E. Both conclusions I and II follow.
Q4. Statements:
M < N < R= J < K = L
Conclusions:
I. J > M
II.M = J
Options:
A. Only conclusion I follows.
B. Only conclusion II follows.
C. Either conclusion I or II follows.
D. Neither conclusion I or II follows.
E. Both conclusions I and II follow.
Q5. Statements:
A > N < R = Q, N < S = K
Conclusions:
I. A > K
II. S < Q
Options:
A. Only conclusion I follows.
B. Only conclusion II follows.
C. Either conclusion I or II follows.
D. Neither conclusion I or II follows.
E. Both conclusions I and II follow.
Q1.Statement:
M > K > T= P < S = R
Conclusions:
I. M > P [It follows because M > K > T= P means M>P]
II. R > T [It follows because T= P < S = R means R>T]
Hence, Both conclusions I and II follow.
Q2. Statement:
R< L = T > S , V < G < R
Conclusions:
I. S > G [It does not follow because no relation we see in the statement between S and G]
II. G < T [It follows because we see R< L = T > S and G < R, on combining both we get G < R< L = T  means G<T]
Hence Only conclusion II follows.
Q3. Statements:
D = K > R > T, Q < P = T
Conclusions:
I. D > P [It follows because we see D = K > R > T and P = T, on combining both we get D = K > R > T = P means D>P]
II. R > Q [It follows because we see R > T and Q < P = T, on combining both we get Q < P = T<R means R>Q]
Hence, Both conclusions I and II follow.
Q4. Statements:
M < N < R= J < K = L
Conclusions:
I. J > M [It follows because M < N < R= J means J>M]
II.M = J [It doesn't follow because we see J>M]
Hence Only conclusion I follows.
Q5. Statements:
A > N < R = Q, N < S = K
Conclusions:
I. A > K [It doesn't follow because we see A > N < S = K]
II. S < Q [It doesn't follow because  we see N<R and N<S]
Hence Neither conclusion I or II follows.