(Papers) RRB Group D : Exam Paper & Answer Key
Date: 16 Oct 2018 Shift-3 (Reasoning)
Q1. Coming out of her house, Anya crossed a road. On reaching the other side
of the road, she took a left turn and walked straight. If she is now in West,
which direction was she facing before crossing the road?
Q2. Given below is a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and
II. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide
which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
• I like to cook food. I want to become a chef.
1. I am a chef.
2. I am not a chef.
a. Only assumption 1 is implicit
b. Only assumption 2 is implicit
c. Both assumptions 1 and 2 are implicit
d. Either assumption 1 or 2 is implicit
Q3. Study the following pattern and select the figure that relates to the
third figure in the same way that the second figure relates to the first figure:
Q4. How many triangles are present in the given figure?
Q5. Pabitra had 135/7 of petrol in the fuel tank of his vehicle at the start
of a journey. During the journey, 27/2 of petrol was consumed. What fraction of
the initial petrol was left in the fuel tank after the journey?
Q6. If in a certain language, TREE is coded as USFE how will MANGO be coded
in that language?
Q7. Mehek goes for a stroll from her home. She starts walking facing the Sun
at 6:00 am in the morning and walks 1 km straight. At a crossroads, she takes a
right turn and then walks 1 km. Finally, she takes a U-turn and walks again for
1 km. How far is she from her home?
a. 3 km
b. 1 km
c. 2 km
d. 4 km
Q8. Pipes A, B and C together can fill a tank in 4 hours. Pipes A and B
together can fill the tank in 9 hours. If pipes A, B and C are opened
simultaneously, and after 3 hours, pipes A and B are closed, then how many hours
will C alone require to fill the tank?
Q9. Select the lateral mirror image of REACH from the given options.
Q10. Read the given question and decide which of the following statements
is/are sufficient to answer the question.
• Which word represents 'give' in the code language?
1. 'Give me some tea' is written as 'De min to te'.
2. 'Please give' is written as 'Plea de'.
a. Statements 1 and 2 together are sufficient.
b. Statement 1 alone is sufficient.
c. Statements 1 and 2 together are insufficient.
d. Statement 2 alone is sufficient.
Q11. Find the odd one out:
Ostrich, Crow, Pigeon, Sparrow.
Q12. You are given a question and two statements. Identify which of the
statements are sufficient to answer the question.
Find the value of n.
I) if x2 -nx +1=0
II) If the equation has solution as 'X=1'
a. Only II is sufficient
b. Both I and II are sufficient
c. Either I or II is sufficient
d. Only I is sufficient
Q13. Pick the odd one out:
28, 44, 68, 80, 92
Q14. Select the best option to fill in the blank:
STAR : 1920118, MARS : 1311819, PARK: ..........
Q15. Which among the following players was awarded Padilla Shri in 2017 for
his/her contribution to Indian sports?
a. Sekhar Naik
b. Devendra Jhajharia
c. Brij Bhushan Mohanty
d. Bhupendra Singh
Q16. Find the person who does NOT belong to the group.
a. Sunita Williams
b. Kalpana Chawla
c. Mahendra Singh Dhoni
d. Rakesh Sharma
Q17. Consider the following statements to be true even if they seem to be at
variance from commonly known facts and decide 2 which of the conclusions
logically follows from the statements.
• Some spoons are glasses.
• All the plates are glasses.
1. Some glasses are plates.
2. Some glasses are spoons.
a. Neither conclusion 1 nor 2 follows
b. Both conclusions 1 and 2 follow
c. Only conclusion 2 follows
d. Only conclusion 1 follows
Q18. In the following number series, one missing term is shown by ‘?’.
Choose the missing term from the options below.
6, 12, 20, 30, ?, 56, 72
Q19. Read the given statement and choose which argument is strong.
• Playing outdoor games is better than being on a computer or playing mobile
I: Yes, playing outdoor games keeps children physically and mentally fit.
II: No, computer or mobile games are more entertaining than outdoor games.
a. Both arguments I and II are strong
b. Neither argument I nor II is strong
c. Only argument II is strong
d. Only argument I is strong
Q20. Consider the following question and decide which of the statements is
sufficient to answer the question.
• Find the seventh letter in the series (Arithmetic progression)
I. if the first letter in the series is 2.
II. if the common difference in A.P is 3.
a. Only statement I is sufficient
b. Both statements I and II are sufficient
c. Either statement I or II is sufficient
d. Only statement II is sufficient
Q21. Read statements 1 and 2. Also read the conclusions 3 and 4 drawn from
1. Some birds are Donkeys.
2. All donkeys are stupid
1. All birds are stupid
2. Some birds are stupid
Choose which of the conclusions are right.
a. Only 3 is correct
b. Only 4 is correct
c. Both 3 and 4 correct
d. Neither 3 nor 4 is correct
Q22. Julia started walking towards North Direction from her house. After a
while she turned left and later on tuned right. She Further turned right. Which
direction is she facing now?
Q23. If COW=41, GOAT=43, then DOG=?
Q24. If TEACHER: BOOKS, DOCTOR:?
Q25. Read the given statement(s) and conclusion carefully and select which
of the options is possible.
1. Nitrogen is a gas.
2. This chamber has gas.
• This chamber contains nitrogen gas.
a. Definitely false
d. Probably true or false
Q26. If AMERICA=1734651, INDIA=68961, how will you write CANADA?
Q27. Find the odd one out: Chicken pox, Rubella, Flu, Meningitis
a. Chicken pox
Q28. Complete the number series by choosing the correct options.
1, 8, 27, 64, ....., ......., 343, ......, 729.
a. 125, 216, 512
b. 125, 262, 515
c. 125, 213, 510
d. 145, 261, 512
Q29. Read the given statement and choose which argument is strong.
Watching cartoon movies is better than reading books.
I. Yes, watching cartoon movies is entertaining.
II. No, reading books inculcates love of knowledge and reading habit in
a. Only argument I is stron
b. Only argument II is strong
c. Both arguments I and II are strong
d. Neither argument I nor II is strong
Q30. Consider the following statements.
1. Mode can be computed from histogram
2. Median is not independent of change of scale
3. Variance is independent of change of origin and scale
Which of these is/are correct?
a. Only (2)
b. Only (1) and (2)
c. Only (1)
d. All (1), (2) and (3)
1. (c) 2. (b) 3. (d) 4. (a) 5. (c) 6. (d) 7. (b) 8.
(d) 9. (d) 10. (a)
11. (a) 12. (b) 13. (c) 14. (d) 15. (a) 16. (c) 17. (b) 18. (b) 19. (d) 20. (b)
21. (b) 22. (a) 23. (d) 24. (c) 25. (d) 26. (b) 27. (d) 28. (a) 29. (b) 30. (b)