Direction (1-5): Each of these questions below consist of a question and two statements I and II given below it. You have to decide which of these statements are sufficient to answer the given questions. Read both the statements and Give answer:
(a) Data in statement I alone is sufficient
(b) Data in statement II alone is sufficient
(c) Data in statement I alone or statement II alone is sufficient
(d) Data even in both statement I and statement II together are not sufficient
(e) Data in both statement I and statement II together are sufficient
1. S, D, E, G, L, M and Q live on seven different floor. The lowermost floor is numbered one, the above floor is numbered two and the topmost floor is numbered seven. Who lives on fifth floor?
I. G lives on odd numbered floor. More than three persons sit between G and L. Number of person live above E is same as the number of person lives below M.
II. L neither lives on lowermost floor nor lives on top most floor. E lives immediately below L.
2. Eight persons H, K, M, N, T, Y, P and W are sitting in a circle facing centre. How many persons sit between W and P, when counted in clockwise direction from P?
I. W sits third to the left of N. Two persons sit between K and W. T sits immediate right of K.
II. M and P are immediate neighbors. There are as many persons sit between M and H as between P and Y.
3. R, K, G, F, S, Q and W are sitting in a row facing north. Who sits second to the left of G?
I. Three persons sit between Q and F. Either Q or F sits at extreme end. R sits second to the right of Q.
II. Three persons sit between R and K. More than two persons sit between K and S. W sits second to the right of S.
4. Point L is in which direction with respect to Point G?
I. Point G is east of Point T. Point K is south of Point T. Point K is east of Point N. Point R is north of Point N.
II. Point G is east of Point T. Point R is south of Point G. Point L is east of Point R. Point K is north of Point L.
5. A, B, C, D and E are five persons were born on different months January, February, May, July and September but not necessarily in the same order. (Assume they all were born on same date in same year) Who was born on May month?
I. B was born in a month which has less than 31 days but not the youngest. C was born before A.
II. Only one person was born between E and C. C was born after E.
Direction.(6-9) Below in each of the questions are given two statements I and II. These statements`
may be either independent causes or may be effects of independent causes or a common cause. One of these statements may be the effect of the other statements. Read both the statements and decide which of the following answer choice correctly depicts the relationship between these two statements.
(1) Statement I is cause and Statement II is its effect
(2) Statement II is cause and Statement I is its effect
(3) Both statement I and II are independent cause
(4) Both Statement I and Statement II are effect of independent cause
(5) Both statement I and Statement II are effects of some common cause
6. Statement I. The higher the amount of nonperforming assets, the weaker the bank’s revenue stream.
Statement II. From the banks’ health point of view, higher the NPA, lower will be its health.
7. Statement I. Aadhaar card holders can link their UID with mobile number or SIM from the comfort of their home. “No need to give finger prints to local SIM card retailer for your mobile phone verification.
Statement II. Under one-time PIN-based authentication, an OTP with a limited-period validity is sent to the mobile number and/or e-mail address of the Aadhaar number holder registered with Aadhaar.
8. Statement I. With awareness and caution, you can help your child benefit from computers while avoiding possible problems.
Statement II. sedentary children with too much screen time experience developmental and neurological delays, some of which can become permanent.
9. Statement I. Due to the nature of physical payment instruments, cheque processing is a manual and labour intensive process, requiring complex logistics and manpower to move the vouchers through the system and manually clear them at a country’s clearing house.
Statement II. Fortunately, banking institutions have started employing electronic cheque conversion processes to allow electronic settlement, thus reducing the number of physical cheques that flow through the payment system in a bid to eliminate paper from the system altogether.
10. Statement: State Bank of India welcomed the ‘Jan-Dhan Yojana’ launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said it will give a boost to the government’s ambitious financial inclusion drive.
Arguments: I. Under the scheme, the person who will open a bank account will get a debit card and the family will get Rs 1 lakh insurance cover to tide over any unforeseen eventuality.
II. The Prime Minister said people in the country have mobile phones but do not have bank accounts.
(1) Only argument I is strong
(2) Only argument II is strong
(3) Either argument I or II is strong
(4) Neither argument I nor II is strong
(5) Both argument I and II are strong