Tumse Na Ho Payega LR#131

Puzzle for IBPS CLERK Direction (1-2) Study the given information carefully to answer the given question. Five cars P. Q, R, S and T each has a different mileage. P has more mileage than only one car.,Both Q and T have more mileage than P but less than S. Q has more mileage than R but less than T. The car which has the highest mileage runs for 22 kmil lire. The car which has the third lowest mileage runs for 19 km/litre. Q1) Which of Following car has highest mileage ? A) S B) Q C) Cannot be determined D) T E) R Q2) If the difference between the… Read More

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Tumse Na Ho Payega LR#130

INPUT-OUTPUT & CODING-DECODING Directions (1-5): Consider the following steps for given input and read the instructions to reach to the last step. Instructions: Step-I: Interchange the alphabets in input as arrows mentioned Step-II: (i) If both letters are consonant and number is less than 5, then 1st consonant changes to next letter and 2nd consonant changes to previous letter in English alphabetical series. (ii) If there is one vowel and one consonant, then consonant changes to next letter in English alphabetical series. (iii) It there is single consonant, then add 2 to the number. (iv) It there is single vowel, then vowel changes to previous letter in English alphabetical series. Step-III: has… Read More

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Tumse Na Ho Payega LR#129

For Q (1-3) Read the given statements and choose which of the conclusions logically follows. Q (1) Statements Some looks are lament. All lethargic are luminous Some ludicrous are lament. All laments are Lethargic. Conclusions No look is a luminous. Some ludicrous are lethargics. Some looks are ludicrous. No look is ludicrous. (a) Only 1, 2 and 3 follow. (b) Either 3 or 4 follows. (c) Only 1 and 2 and either 3or 4 follow. (d) Only 2 and either 3 or 4 follows. (e) All follow. Q (2) Statements Some mangos are bananas. Some bananas are chocolates. Some chocolates are fruits. All fruits are sweets. Conclusions Some chocolates are… Read More

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Inequalities Basic Concepts (Session-1) || Logical Reasoning || Mental Ability

In this video we have discussed basic concepts of inequalities. This topic is very important for all government competitive exams like IBPS PO, SBI PO, RBI, BANK PO, SSC CGL, RAILWAYS, RBI Assistant, Grade B, Clerk , etc. as around 5 questions are asked in each of these exams. It is even asked in the recent exams held in 2016-2017. Even it is helpful for school students who are giving ISO, IMO, IEO and other Olympiad as Mental Ability is very important for them. Like Fools Den: https://www.facebook.com/foolsden Visit us: http://www.foolsden.com Join Fools Den: http://www.foolsden.in  

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Order & Ranking Test || Logical Reasoning || Mental Ability || IBPS, SBI, RBI, RRB PO/Clerk

Ordering and Ranking arrangement is an important topic from the point of view of SBIPO, SBI Clerk, IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, SSC, Railways, CAT, MAT, Insurance Exams, School Olympiads like IMO, IEO, NSO and other government competitive exams. There are usually 3-5 questions in any exam from this topic. By following some simple shortcut tricks,you can easily crack the questions in a matter of seconds. Here, different types of ordering & ranking arrangement questions are explained below with the help of different examples. By grasping each type, you can have a complete command over this topic and ensure 3-5 marks in your kitty. It is even asked in the recent exams… Read More

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Syllogism Made Easy || Syllogism Common Doubts || Reverse Syllogism (New Pattern)

In this video we have addressed a few common doubts and mistakes that students make in syllogism. We have also discussed reverse syllogism (new pattern) similar to the one which was asked in IBPS PO 2016 Mains. Syllogism is one of the very important topic of Logical Reasoning. It is always asked in a set of 5 question in IBPS and other government exams. This video is for students who are preparing for various bank exams like IBPS, SBI, RBI. RRB PO & Clerk. Join our Social Networking Site: http://www.foolsden.com Follow us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/foolsden Join Fools Den: https://www,facebook.com/groups/foolsden4d  

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Memory Based Questions of IBPS PO LR Section

Read the following relations carefully and marks the correct options. (a) If only Conclusion 1 is true. (b) If only Conclusion 1 is true. (c) If either Conclusion 1 or Conclusion 2 is true. (d) If neither Conclusion 1 nor Conclusion 2 is true (e) If both Conclusion 1 and 2 are true. Q (1) Statements L > I = N > P, I ≥ R > K, N ≤ E < Z Conclusions E > P P < L Q (2) Statements S > A = N ≥ D, A≥ L>E M ≤ L≤ D Conclusions S > E L < S Q (3) Statements P ≥ V ≥… Read More

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Tumse Na Ho Payega LR#125

READ THE STTEMENTS CHOOSE THE RIGHT OPTION GIVEN BELOW Q (1) Statement All black are white. No white is pink. Some pinks are colorful. All colorful are blue. Conclusion All black being blue is a possibility. Some colorful are black. Some whites are black. No colorful is a black. (a) If 1 and 3 follows (b) If 1, 3 and 4 follows (c) If either 2 or 4 follows (d) If either 2 or 4 and 1, 3 follow (e) If one follows Q (2) Statement Some desks are chair. Some chairs are pen. Some pens are drawers. Conclusion Some drawers are desk. Some drawers are chair. No drawer is… Read More

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Tumse Na Ho Payega LR#122

Diretion for Q (1- 5) Read the statements carefully and mark the option (a) If only conclusion 1 follows (b) If only conclusion 2 follows (c) If both conclusion 1 and conclusion 2 follows. (d) If either conclusion 1 or conclusion 2 follows. (e) If neither conclusion 1 nor conclusion 2 follows.   Q (1) Statement             Some mangoes are fruits.            Fruits which are mango are green.            All fruits are seasonal.            Some fruits are healthy Conclusion 1. Some greens are healthy. 2. All greens are seasonal. 12. Statement    … Read More

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Tumse Na Ho Payega LR#121

In following question read the statements carefully and mark the option (a) If only conclusion 1 follows (b) If only conclusion 2 follows (c) If both conclusion 1 and conclusion 2 follows. (d) If either conclusion 1 or conclusion 2 follows. (e) If neither conclusion 1 nor conclusion 2 follows. Q (1) Statement            Some babool is colgate.            Some colgate is closeup.            All colseup is pepsodent. Conclusion 1. Some closeup are colgate. 2. Some pepsodent are colgate Q (2) Statement           Some jeans are pants           Some jeans… Read More

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Improve your Reasoning skills with a daily dose of LogicalReasoningQuiz. #5

TOPIC: COMPLEX ARRANGEMENT , INPUT OUTPUT   Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions.  There are seven teachers – M, N, O, P, Q, R and S – who teach different subjects viz- Hindi, English, Math, Science, Physics, Chemistry and Biology but not necessarily in the same order. They teach on different days of the week starting from Monday. Also they also like different colours, viz- Red, Green, Black, White, Yellow, Violet and Orange but not necessarily in the same order. N, who likes Violet, teaches on the fourth day of the week but neither Hindi nor Biology. Two persons teach between the days on which N… Read More

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Improve your Reasoning skills with a daily dose of LogicalReasoningQuiz. #4

Topic: Data Sufficiency , Complex Arrangement Q1) Seven friends P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting in a circular table facing the centre. Who is sitting on the immediate left of R. I.Q is fourth to the right of P, who is not an immediate neighbour of either S or R, V sits third to the right of T. II.U sits second to the right of V and T sits second to the right of U. 1.Only I 2.Only II 3.Both I and II 4.Either I or II 5.Neither I or II Q2)  How is X related to Z ? I.M is married to I, X is sister… Read More

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Improve your Reasoning skills with a daily dose of LogicalReasoningQuiz. #3

RRB Pre Speed Test Linear arrangement  &  Inequalities Directions (1-5): In these questions, relationships between different elements are shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions Q1) Statements: Q ≥ R, P >R, P = O ≥ T, S ≥ U>Q Conclusions: I.S≥R         II.P<T        III.Q<T      IV.U>R A.Only I is true B.Only II is true C.Only III is true D.Only IV is true E.All are true Q2) Statements: E<D, F>C, D<F, C≥A=B Conclusions: I.A<E          II.F>B        III.E>C       IV.B>C A.Only I is true B.Only II is true C.Only III is true D.Only IV is true E.All are true Q3) Statements: O=R, P=N>I, M≥R, N >M Conclusions: I.O<I          II.R<N       III.N<I       IV.O=I… Read More

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New Pattern Syllogisms and Puzzles__#110

Directions: In each group of questions below are some conclusions followed by five set of statements. You have to choose the correct set of statements that logically satisfies given conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they see to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusion and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows or Not from the given statements. Q 1. Conclusion: Some phones are bottles are a possibility. Some paper is phone. Some bottles are candle is a possibility. Some paper is bottle. Statements: I. All bottles are paper. Some paper is candles. No phones are paper.… Read More

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