# Reasoning Questions for SSC and Railway Exam 2018: 30th December

Dear Students,

As you all know, the upcoming months are lined up with various important exams like  SSC Translator, SSC Stenographer, RRB ALP, RPF SI and constable  and many more, so we are here to help given exams We are providing  daily reasoning quizzes , practicing. We aim to provide the best study material to our students. Attempt this quiz and check your preparation.

Q1. Select the related word / letters / numbers
Select the corresponding word / character / number from the given options.
Preamble: Constitution ::? 😕
Preface: Constitution::? 😕
(a) Word: Dictionary / Word: Dictionary
(b) Contents: Magazine / Content: Magazine
(c) Explanation: Poetry / Explanation: Poetry
(d) Preface: Book / Preface: Book

Q2. Find the odd word / letters / number from the given options.
Select the odd word / character / number from the given options.
(a) Geometry / Geometry
(b) Trigonometry / Trigonometry
(c) Algebra / Algebra
(d) Mathematics / numerology

Q3 If the words are arranged according to the English dictionary, which word will be in third place?
If given words are arranged according to the English dictionary, what word will be in third place?
(a) KNOW
(b) KNACK
(c) KNIT
(d) KNOB

Q4. A series is given, with one term missing. Choose the correct option
A series is given in which a term is unknown. Out of the given options, select the word that will complete the series.
ELFA, GLHA, ILJA, ?, MLNA
(a) OLPA
(b) KLMA
(c) LLMA
(d) KLLA

Q5. Pointing towards a photo, Rakesh said, “She is the daughter of my grandfather.” How is the girl related to Rakesh?
Pointing to a picture, Rakesh said, “He is the daughter of my grandfather’s only son.” How is the girl related to Rakesh?
(a) Sister / sister
(b) Daughter / Daughter
(c) Grand Daughter / Granddotter
(d) Cousin / Cage

Q6. If THEN is written as RLBS, then how can it be written in that code?
If THEN is written as RLBS, how will it be written in CASE language?
(a) AEPJ
(b) APEP
(c) EPAP
(d) PAEJ

Q7 If ‘×’ means subtraction, ‘-‘ means division, ‘?’ means addition and ‘%’ means multiplication, then find the value of:    13? 3 x 6% 8 – 4? 14 =?
If ‘x’ means subtracted, ‘-‘ means the part, ‘?’ Means yoga and ‘%’ mean multiplication, then 13? 3 x 6% 8 – 4? 14 =? Find the value of.
(a) 18
(b) 14
(c) 12
(d) 8

Q8. Find the odd word / letters / number from the given options.
Select the odd word / character / number from the given options.
(a) 64
(b) 125
(c) 225
(d) 216

Q9. Some equations are solved Find the correct answer for the unsolved equation on that basis.
Some equations are solved based on a certain system. On this basis, tell the correct answer from the four options for the equation.
(a) 95
(b) 45
(c) 315
(d) 184

Q10. Rema walked 10kms south and turned right and walked 5kms. Then again she turned right and walked 10kms. Then she turns left and walked 10kms How many kms will Rema have to walk the start point?
Rema runs 10 km southward and turns right and walks 5 km. She turns right again and runs 10 km. Then she turns left and walks 10 km. How many kilometers will it be for Rema to reach the starting point?
(a) 25 km / km
(b) 20 km / km
(c) 5 km / km
(d) 15 km / km

Q11. One statement is given followed by two conclusions / assumptions, I and II. You have to consider the statement to be true, even if it seems to be variance from commonly known facts You are to decide which of the given conclusions / assumptions can definitely be drawn from the given statement. Indicate your answer.
Following is a statement given in which the two conclusions / beliefs, I and II have been removed. You have to think that the statement is true, even if it appears to be different from known facts in general. You have to decide which of the given statements can definitely be obtained from the correct conclusions / recognition. Please specify your answer.
Statements: / Statement:
All Hindus are God fearing / All Hindus are afraid of God
No Japanese is a Hindu / No Japanese is Hindu
Conclusions: / Conclusion:
I. The Japanese are not fearing./ The Japanese are not afraid of God
II. All God fearing are Hindus. / All Hindus who fear God are
(a) Only conclusion I follows / follow conclusion only.
(b) Only conclusion II follows / follow only conclusion II.
(c) Both conclusions I and II follow / follow both conclusions I and II.
(d) Neither the conclusion I nor the conclusion II follows / Neither the conclusion I nor the Conclusion II follows.

Q12. Find the number of triangles in the figure
Find out the number of triangles in given figure.

(a) 8
(b) 9
(c) 11
(d) 13

Q13. Study the following Venn Diagram and find the region representing persons who are educated and employed but not confirmed.
Study the following Wen diagram and find out the area that represents those who are educated and employed but not confirmed.

(a) a, c
(b) a, b, c
(c) b, d
(d) a, d, c

Which answer will the question shape fill the pattern in question?

(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) D

Q15. From the given answer figures, select the one in which the image is hidden / embedded.
From the given answer data, select the question in which the question is hidden / embedded.

(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) D

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