# SBI PO REASONING QUESTIONS

**Instructions (1 ****– 5****): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.**

* 10 associates – A, B, C, D, E, P, Q, R, S, and T have birthdays in dissimilar months – January, March, April, June *and

*individual month*

**September but not essentially in the same order. There birthdays in on 2 dissimilar dates -22 and 28. So in**

**there are 2 birthdays. There are two birthdays after the birthdays of B. There are two birthdays amid the birthdays of B and D. A and T have birthdays in March.*** There is only one birthday between the birthday of A and P. P’s birthday is not in the same month as that of D. There are an equal number of birthday between T and C as between B and Q. C’s birthday is not in April. Q’s birthday is in the month of having 30 days. No birthday is there *in

*exactly in*

**between the birthday of R and E. Also their birthdays are in different months. E’s birthday is**

**between the birthday of A and S.**

* 1 .R’s birthday is *on ?

A) 22 April

B) 28 March

C) 22 June

D) 28 April

E) None of these

**Option C**

**2.Who has a birthday in April?**

A) D

B) C

C) Q

D) P

E) B

**Option A**

**3. How many birthdays are there **in** between the birthdays of E and Q?**

**3. How many birthdays are there**

**between the birthdays of E and Q?**

A) Four

B) Two

C) Three

D) One

E) Six

**Option C**

**4. Which of the following combination of Month- Person-Date is correct as per the given arrangement?**

A) June – B – 22

B) April – R – 22

C) March – A – 22

D) January – C- 22

E) January – P – 28

**Option C**

**5. Which of the following pair has a birthday on 22 ^{nd} of a month?**

A) P, B

B) P, D

C) C, E

D) R, T

E) S, E

**Option B**

** ****Instructions (6 ****– 10****): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.**

* There are 8 kids – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H who live on dissimilar floors of *a 8-floor

*One Children*

**building numbered 1 to 8 not essentially in the same order. They have Dissimilar chocolates – 11, 16, 19, 25, 34, 41, 46 and 50 again not necessarily in the same order. The one who be live on 6**^{th}no floor has 25 chocolates.*a even*

**living between F and the one having 25 chocolates. G lives below F on***kid having*

**number floor. G does not have 25 chocolates. The one**

**46 chocolates lives just above G. Two children Live between F and H.*** H lives below F. The total of *number

*of a*

**of the chocolates with D and H is a multiple***A lives*

**4. Two children living between A and the one having 41 chocolates.***above one*

**above G. The one have 41 chocolates live above A. B has 34 chocolates. The one having 11 chocolates living just**

**having 16 chocolates. 1 child lives between C and E. The difference between the num. of chocolates with E and G is 6****6. How many children live above E?**

**6. How many children live above E?**

A) 1

B) 2

C) 4

D) None

E) 5

**Option B**

**7.Who has 41 chocolates?**

A)C

B) E

C) F

D) H

E) B

**Option A**

* 8*.

**Who****lives on the third floor?**A)A

B) B

C) C

D) D

E) E

**Option D**

**9.Which of the following is right with respect to the arrangement?**

A) 2 children living between B and one having 25 chocolates

B) F lives on the floor above A.

C) A lives just below D

D) H has maximum chocolates

E) None of these is correct

**Option D**

**10. What is the sum of chocolates with B and D?**

**10. What is the sum of chocolates with B and D?**

A) 80

B) 83

C) 76

D) 96

E) 84

**Option A**

**PUZZLE 1-5**

**PUZZLE 6-10**