This quiz consists of actual questions from
various Banking entrance exams held during the last few years. Leave your
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Directions (Q. 1-6): Study the number series given below and

6  7  8  9  9  8  7  9  7  7  8  9  7  8  7  6  9  6  8  9  7  7  9  8  9  7  6  8  8  7

1. How many such numbers are there in the given series each
of which when subtracted from the following number, has a difference of 2?

(1) Three             (2) Four         (3) Five          (4) Nine           (5) None of these

2. Which of the following numbers is obtained when 18th
number from the left of the number series is added to 19th from the right?

(1) 15          (2) 20           (3) 10           (4) 17           (5) None of these

3. How many nines are there in the given series each of which
is immediately preceded by an odd number?

(1) One           (2) Two           (3) Three             (4) Four       (5)
More than four

4. How many such even numbers are
there in the given series each of which is immediately followed by an even
number?

(1) None          (2) One          (3) Two           (4) Three      (5) More than three

5. How many such odd numbers are there in the given series
each of which is immediately preceded by an even number?

(1) Five      (2) Seven        (3) Nine      (4) Eleven     (5) None of these

6. How many such sevens are there in the given series each of
which is immediately preceded by 9 and also immediately followed by 8?

(1) None          (2) One            (3) Two          (4) Three      (5) More than three

Directions (Q. 7-10):   In each of the questions below are given four
statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to
take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from
commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the
given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding
commonly known facts.

7. Statements:   Some robots are machines. Some computers are
both robots and machines. Some animals are machines. Some toys are animals.

Conclusions

I. Some toys are robots

II. Some toys are machines

III. Some animals are computers

IV. Some robots are not toys

(1) None follows

(2) Only II and III follow

(3) Only I and III follow

(4) Only III follows

(5) Only either I or IV
follows

8. Statements:  All suns are stars. All moons are stars. Some
planets are suns. Some stars are gases.

Conclusions

I. Some stars are planets

II. Some suns are gases

III. No moon is a planet

IV. Some gases are moons

(1) None follows

(2) Only I follows

(3) Only I and II follow

(4) Only III and IV follow

(5) Only I and III follow

9. Statements:   All books are diaries. Some diaries are pens.
Some pens are drawers. All drawers are chairs.

Conclusions

I. Some drawers are diaries

II. Some chairs are pens

III. Some pens are books

IV. Some diaries are books

(1) None follows

(2) Only II follows

(3) Only II and III follow

(4) Only II and IV follow

(5) All follow

10. Statements:  Some buildings are rivers. Some mountains are
both buildings and rivers. Some roads are buildings. All roads are trucks.

Conclusions:

II. Some buildings are trucks

IV. Some trucks are rivers

(1) None follows

(2) Only I follows

(3) Only II follows

(4) Only III follows

(5) All follow