# New Pattern Data Sufficiency Questions for IBPS SO 2020 and RRB PO 2020 | Download Data Sufficiency questions Free PDFs

Directions: Each of the following consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions.
Important for :
1
In a family of seven persons – Sulu, Sam, Sid, Saya, Shri, Sara and Suni, How is Suni related to Sid?

Statement I : Sulu is the elder sister of Sam, who is the only son of Suni. Sara is the father of Saya, who is married to Sid.

Statement II : Sid is the brother of Shri, who is unmarried. Sara is married to Suni, who has only one son Sam. Sulu has two siblings.
» Explain it
E
In a family of seven persons – Sulu, Sam, Sid, Saya, Shri, Sara and Suni, How is Suni related to Sid?

Statement I: Sulu is the elder sister of Sam, who is the only son of Suni. Sara is the father of Saya, who is married to Sid.

Statement II: Sid is the brother of Shri, who is unmarried. Sara is married to Suni, who has only one son Sam. Sulu has two siblings.

Checking statement I:

Following images can be drawn from the hints given in statement I.

But we cannot determine the relation between Sid and Suni, because we don't know whether Suni is married to Sara or not.

Hence data in statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

Checking statement II:

Following images can be prepared from the hints given in statement II.

But still, we cannot determine the relation between Sid and Suni.

Hence data in statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

Checking statements I and II:

As Sara is married to Suni and father of Saya, who is Sid's wife. Thus Suni must be Saya's mother and thus mother-in-law of Sid.

Clearly, Suni is the mother-in-law of Sid.

Hence data in statement I and II together is necessary to answer the question.

Hence option E is correct.
2
Six cars from C1 to C6 participated in a race. Which car stood at first position?

Statement I: C1 finished the race before two cars only. C3 was not the last one to finish the race. C4 finished the race just before C5.

Statement II: No other car finished the race after C6, which finished the race just after C3. C2 finished the race before C3.
» Explain it
D
Six cars from C1 to C6 participated in a race. Which car stood at first position?

Statement I: C1 finished the race before two cars only. C3 was not the last one to finish the race. C4 finished the race just before C5.

Statement II: No other car finished the race after C6, which finished the race just after C3. C2 finished the race before C3.

Checking statement I:

As per the given hints, following positions can be drawn.

> C1 > _ > _

Thus we cannot determine the car that stood at first position.

Hence data in statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

Checking statement II:

Following position can be drawn with the hints given in statement II.

C3 > C6

Still, we cannot determine the car which stood first.

Hence data in statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

Checking statements I and II:

C4> C5> C2> C1> C3 > C6 or

C2> C4> C5> C1> C3 > C6

Either C2 or C4 stood at first position.

Hence data in statement I and II together is not sufficient to answer the question.

Hence option D is correct.
3
What is the code for "sweet candy"?

Statement I: 'candy chocolate sweet' is coded as hi ni mi and 'sweet bite candy' is coded as ti mi ni.

Statement II: 'drink water candy' is coded as fi mi gi and 'chocolate sweet water' is coded as ti ni gi.
» Explain it
A
What is the code for "sweet candy"?

Statement I: 'candy chocolate sweet' is coded as hi ni mi and 'sweet bite candy' is coded as ti mi ni.

Statement II: 'drink water candy' is coded as fi mi gi and 'chocolate sweet water' is coded as ti ni gi.

Checking statement I:

As per the given hints, following positions can be drawn.

sweet candy can be coded as mi ni.

Hence data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question.

Checking statement II:

Following position can be drawn with the hints given in statement

II.
Neither the code for candy nor for sweet can be deterined using statement II.

Hence data in statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

Hence option A is correct.
4
City G is in which direction from City B?

Statement I: City G is in the north of City D, who is in the west of City C. City C, A and B form a straight line. City B is towards the north of City C.

Statement II: City B is in north of City A, which is in the west of City H. City G is towards the south of City F, which is in the east of city H.
» Explain it
B
Statement I: City G is in the north of City D, who is in the west of City C. City C, A and B form a straight line. City B is towards the north of City C.

Statement II: City B is in north of City A, which is in the west of City H. City G is towards the south of City F, which is in the east of city H.

Checking statement I:

Following three cases are possible in order to check whether G is in north-west or west or south-west of B.

Hence data in statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

Checking statement II:

Clearly, G is in south-east of B.

Hence data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.

Hence option B is correct.

5
Seven letters – A, E, F, G, I, L and R are placed in a straight row from left to right such that no meaningful English word is formed. Find the position of L with respect to F?

Statement I: A is third to the left of G, who is placed exactly in the middle of the word. L is adjacent to A. I is second to the right of F but not adjacent to G.

Statement II: R is to the immediate left of I. F is second to the right of A, which is placed at an extreme left end. L is not placed after G, which is placed exactly in the middle of the row.
» Explain it
C
Seven letters – A, E, F, G, I, L and R are placed in a stright row from left to right such that no meaningful english word is formed. Find the position of L with respect to F?

Statement I: A is third to the left of G, who is placed exactly in the middle of the word. L is adjacent to A. I is second to the right of F but not adjacent to G.

Statement II: R is to the immediate left of I. F is second to the right of A, which is placed at an extreme left end. L is not placed after G, which is placed exactly in the middle of the row.

Checking statement I:

As per the given hints, following positions can be drawn.

A L _ G F _ I

Clearly, L is third to the left of F.

Hence data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question.

Checking statement II:

Following position can be drawn with the hints given in statement II.
A L F G  _ _ _

Clearly, L is on the immediate left of F.

Hence data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.

Hence data in either statement I alone or statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.

Hence option C is correct.

##### You may also like to study

Looking for any of the following?

• Reasoning Questions for IBPS PO 2020
• High Level Reasoning Questions for IBPS PO 2020
• New Pattern Reasoning Questions for SBI PO 2020
• New Pattern Reasoning Questions for RBI Assistant 2020
• High Level Reasoning Questions for Bank PO Exams 2020
• Reasoning Aptitude Questions with Answers PDF free Download
• Bank PO Reasoning Questions with Solutions
• SBI PO 2020 Reasoning Questions
• Reasoning Questions for IBPS RRB PO Mains
• High Level Reasoning Questions for SBI Clerk Mains
• 50 Reasoning Data Sufficiency sets PDF for SBI PO 2020
• Bank PO Data Sufficiency quizzes
• Reasoning Data Sufficiency Quiz for SBI PO 2020 and SBI Clerk 2020
• Data Sufficiency Quizzes with detailed explanation
• Data Sufficiency Free PDF download for Bank Clerk Exams 2020
• Unlimited Data Sufficiency Quizzes for RRB PO 2020
• Reasoning Aptitude Questions for IBPS PO Mains
• Reasoning Ability Questions for RRB Assistant Mains 2020
• Exam Level Data Sufficiency Questions for SBI Clerk Mains 2020
• Exam level Data Sufficiency Questions with detailed explanation for RBI Assistant 2020
• New Pattern Reasoning Data Sufficiency Free Download PDF for SBI PO Mains 2020
• New Pattern Reasoning Data Sufficiency Free Download PDF for IBPS PO Mains 2020
• IBPS Clerk 2020 Reasoning Questions
• Reasoning Data Sufficiency PDF for IBPS Clerk 2020
• Reasoning Aptitude for IBPS Clerk PDF
• IBPS Clerk Reasoning Questions with Answers
• Reasoning New Pattern Puzzle Test Series for RBI Assistant 2020
• Reasoning Mains level Data Sufficiency for SBI Clerk Mains 2020
• RRB PO Reasoning Aptitude Questions with Answers Free PDF
• IBPS Clerk 2020 Reasoning Data Sufficiency for Practice
• IBPS Clerk 2020 Data Sufficiency Sets for Practice
• IBPS Clerk 2020 New pattern Reasoning Data Sufficiency Questions with detailed explanation
• IBPS Clerk 2020 New pattern Reasoning Quizzes
• Bank PO Reasoning Questions with Solutions
• Bank Clerk Reasoning Questions with Solutions
• Puzzle test Quizzes for IBPS RRB PO Mains
• Puzzle Test Quizzes for IBPS RRB Assistant
• 50 Reasoning Data Sufficiency sets for IBPS PO
• 50 Reasoning Data Sufficiency sets for RRB PO
• 50 Reasoning Data Sufficiency sets for SBI PO
• 50 Reasoning Data Sufficiency sets for IBPS Clerk
• 50 Reasoning Data Sufficiency sets for RRB Assistant
• Reasoning Questions for SBI PO prelims 2020 and RRB PO prelims 2020
• Reasoning Data Sufficiency for SBI Clerk mains
• Reasoning Data Sufficiency with detailed explanation for RBI Assistant Mains
• How to solve Reasoning Data Sufficiency questions easily
• SBI Clerk pre 2020 Data Sufficiency sets for practice
• RRB Assistant pre 2020 Data Sufficiency sets for practice with detailed answers
• High level Reasoning questions with explanation for RBI Assistant Mains
• High level Reasoning questions with explanation for IBPS SO Mains
• RRB PO 2020 Reasoning Data Sufficiency Quizzes with Free PDF
• SBI PO 2020 Reasoning Data Sufficiency Quizzes with Free PDF
• Reasoning Aptitude Questions with Answers PDF for BANK PO 2020 Exams
• Reasoning Aptitude Questions with Answers PDF for BANK Clerk Exams 2020
• Reasoning Data Sufficiency for RRB Assistant Mains
• Reasoning Data Sufficiency for IBPS Clerk Mains
• Reasoning High level Data Sufficiency PDF for IBPS SO Prelims

If yes then you have landed at the right page. SBI PO 2020, RBI Assistant Mains and SBI Clerk Mains are round the corner and you must be leaving no stone unturned to crack your desired job.

Data Sufficiency questions play a very important role in reasoning section in prelims as well as mains. In prelims 3-5 questions can come from this section and in mains 5-10 questions in puzzles or directly too. The key to master it is to practice latest pattern questions through quizzes and mocks. Smartkeeda provides the latest pattern questions in both quizzes and mocks.

On this page we have shared all the most important questions with answers in the form of Quizzes and PDFs. You can take the Quizzes online and check your preparation.

Practice Free Study Materials for SBI PO 2020 SBI Clerk 2020 RRB PO and RBI Assistant 2020, Get Reasoning Questions, Free PDF with explanation, learn how to solve mains level reasoning problems fast, Get all types of Reasoning Questions and answers for all Bank PO exams at Smartkeeda.

Take a free mock test of SBI Clerk Mains, SBI PO Prelims, RRB PO Prelims & RBI Assistant Mains and access your preparation level before the D- Day.

Regards
Team Smartkeeda