# Reasoning Quiz for RRB NTPC and SSC CHSL, SSC CGL, SSC STENO: Set 51

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278            ## Reasoning Quiz for RRB NTPC and SSC CHSL

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Reasoning section contributes majorly in the SSC Exams especially the Tier 1 exams. Candidates must practice the reasoning section thoroughly to make sure you can not miss scoring high marks in this particular section. So, here we are providing Daily Reasoning Quiz for RRB NTPC and SSC Exams. ### Reasoning Quiz for RRB NTPC and SSC: Set 51

Q1. Three persons A, B and C have different amounts of rupees with them. If A takes Rs. 6 from C, A will have equal amount as B has. A and B together have total Rs. 74. How many rupees does B have?

1. 44

2. 40

3. 34

4. 30

2. 40

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Q2. Select the set in which the numbers are related in the same way as are the numbers of the following set.

(5, 7, 11)

1. (23, 29, 31)

2. (15, 17, 23)

3. (17, 19, 21)

4. (14, 16, 18)

1. (23, 29, 31)

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Q3. Select the combination of letters that when sequentially placed in the gaps of the given letter series will complete the series.

s_ _m r q c t_p d m _ q _ t s _ _ m r q c t

1. rdsrcrd

2. pdsrcrd

3. pdsrbpd

4. pdsrcpd

4. pdsrcpd

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Q4. Two statements are given, followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. Assuming the statements to be true, even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts, decide which of the conclusions logically follow(s) from the statements.

Statements:

All purses are rupees.

Some rupees are coins.

Conclusions:

I. Some purses are coins.

II. No purse is coin.

III. No rupee is coin.

1. Either Conclusion I or II follows.

2. Only Conclusion II and III follow.

3. Only Conclusion I and II follow.

4. Only Conclusion I and III follow.

1. Either Conclusion I or II follows.

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Q5. Which number will replace the question mark (?) in the following series?

16, 18, 21, 26, 33, ?

1. 45

2. 43

3. 46

4. 44

4. 44

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Q6. If ‘TRANSFER’ is coded as ‘2018114196518’, then how will ‘INCLUDED’ be coded as in that language?

1. 91431221454

2. 18231220454

3. 91331121454

4. 81431222353

1. 91431221454

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Q7. In a code language, COLD is written as ALHY. How will IRON be written in the same language?

1. GPKI

2. GUKI

3. FOKI

4. GOKI

4. GOKI

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Q8. Two years ago a man was six times as old as his son. In 18 years, he will be twice as old as his son. What are their present ages of the man and his son?

1. 32 and 13 years

2. 32 and 7 years

3. 34 and 9 years

4. 34 and 7 years

2. 32 and 7 years

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Q9. Which two signs should be interchanged to make the given equation correct?

14 + 4 ÷ 5 – 18 × 2 = 25

1. × and +

2. × and –

3. × and ÷

4. ÷ and +

1. × and +

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Q10. If ‘E’ is coded as ‘5’ and ‘PEN’ is coded as ’35’ then how will ‘PAGE’ be coded?

1. 36

2. 29

3. 27

4. 28

2. 29

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