High Level Reasoning for banking exams

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@ps14003 @ps14003  ·  2h

A is the answer

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mONEy  @moneysrivastava  ·  1h
@ankitRishu from where it is concluded that Phave 3 daughters? S nd T are sisters.but there is no relation among R nd T or R nd S. T is Ws aunt. may be T is bua or maasi of W. hence R Tor S may nand bha...
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There are seven rings labeled as A, B, C, D, E, F, G which are of different colors viz. green, yellow, red, blue and pink. They are made up of different material viz. Ruby, Pearl, Diamond, Emerald, Topaz, Garnet and Sapphire. They are of different...
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@sudeep04 @sudeep04  ·  5h
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@sudeep04 @sudeep04  ·  5h

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  I purchased box full of pencils at 7 for Rs 5 and sold whole box at 9 for Rs 8. In a process I gained Rs 44 how many pencil contained in box ?     

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Pallavi  @pal504  ·  6h

@axy12345 same as above

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ADOLF HITLER @Dicktator  ·  6h

252 

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SBI PO NEW PATTERN QUESTIONS IF ANY

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reduction of 40% in price of bananas would enable a man to obtain 64 more for Rs 40 what is reduced price per dozen?


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@axy12345 @axy12345  ·  7h

explain karna  thoda

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Pallavi  @pal504  ·  7h

@axy12345 40℅ of 40 rs = 16 so in this 16 rs he bought 64 more bananas so 1 banana = 16/64 and one dozen (16/64)*12 = 3 rs

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Syllogism ka new pattern pr questions jo aa rhe hain... like conclusion is given as a question and we have to find out the statement..... is trh k questions ka koi short trick hai.... anyone knows?

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In a conference 8 people Pappu, Kalu, Chotu, Bikki, Golu, Tina, Reena and Payal from different cities Begusarai, Khagaria, Munger, Bhagalpur, Mokama, Muzzafarpur, Purnia and Katihar not necessarily in same order sitting around a rectangular table....
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CS  @Carin  ·  7h

@vibhutiya same reason as given by @aayna.sharma93

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@vibhutiya @vibhutiya  ·  7h

@aayna.sharma93 @Carin got it....thnx

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http://banksbiibps.blogspot.in/

materials and puzzles

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 Four young men Atiq, Ajay, Amit and Altaf and their nick name are Pinku, Bittu, Babu, Chinky but not necessary in same order and they are married to Farheen, Mamta, Priyanka and Nida but not necessary in same order.1.  Nida and Mamta are not marr...
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If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.

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ADOLF HITLER @Dicktator  ·  8h

 Nida - Altaf → Pinku
 Mamta - Ajay → Bittu
 Farheen - Atiq → Babu
 Priyanka - Amit → Chinku 

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mONEy  @moneysrivastava  ·  8h

@Dicktator explanation plz...

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 Seven friends, A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting around a circular table facing the centre, but not necessarily is the same order. B is fourth to the right of A, who is not an immediate neighbour of either D or C.G sits third to the right of E. ...
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If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.

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AR  @ranuradha12  ·  9h

Clockwise: AGCBEDF

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Ethan  @Ethan_hunt1  ·  9h

yesss.... easy one.. AGCBEDF

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