Puzzles MCQ - 4


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QUESTION: 1

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
There are seven students – A, B, C, D, E, F and G. Each of them has a different favorite subject – English, Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Sociology and Philosophy. Each of the students secured different marks in the examination. C has secured second highest marks and neither English nor Math is his favorite subject. E secured the least marks and neither Sociology nor Math is his favorite subject. The favorite subject of D is Physics and he secured more marks than B and G but less than A. The favorite subject of B is Biology and his marks are more than the marks of E but less than the marks of G. the favorite subject of A is Philosophy. The student whose favorite subject is Chemistry got the highest marks.

Q.

Chemistry is the favorite subject of

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
There are seven students – A, B, C, D, E, F and G. Each of them has a different favorite subject – English, Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Sociology and Philosophy. Each of the students secured different marks in the examination. C has secured second highest marks and neither English nor Math is his favorite subject. E secured the least marks and neither Sociology nor Math is his favorite subject. The favorite subject of D is Physics and he secured more marks than B and G but less than A. The favorite subject of B is Biology and his marks are more than the marks of E but less than the marks of G. the favorite subject of A is Philosophy. The student whose favorite subject is Chemistry got the highest marks.

Q.

Which is the favorite subject of E?

Solution:
QUESTION: 3

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
There are seven students – A, B, C, D, E, F and G. Each of them has a different favorite subject – English, Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Sociology and Philosophy. Each of the students secured different marks in the examination. C has secured second highest marks and neither English nor Math is his favorite subject. E secured the least marks and neither Sociology nor Math is his favorite subject. The favorite subject of D is Physics and he secured more marks than B and G but less than A. The favorite subject of B is Biology and his marks are more than the marks of E but less than the marks of G. the favorite subject of A is Philosophy. The student whose favorite subject is Chemistry got the highest marks.

Q.

When all the seven students are arranged according to their marks in descending order, what is the position of A from the top?

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
There are seven students – A, B, C, D, E, F and G. Each of them has a different favorite subject – English, Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Sociology and Philosophy. Each of the students secured different marks in the examination. C has secured second highest marks and neither English nor Math is his favorite subject. E secured the least marks and neither Sociology nor Math is his favorite subject. The favorite subject of D is Physics and he secured more marks than B and G but less than A. The favorite subject of B is Biology and his marks are more than the marks of E but less than the marks of G. the favorite subject of A is Philosophy. The student whose favorite subject is Chemistry got the highest marks.

Q.

What is the favorite subject of G?

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
There are seven students – A, B, C, D, E, F and G. Each of them has a different favorite subject – English, Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Sociology and Philosophy. Each of the students secured different marks in the examination. C has secured second highest marks and neither English nor Math is his favorite subject. E secured the least marks and neither Sociology nor Math is his favorite subject. The favorite subject of D is Physics and he secured more marks than B and G but less than A. The favorite subject of B is Biology and his marks are more than the marks of E but less than the marks of G. the favorite subject of A is Philosophy. The student whose favorite subject is Chemistry got the highest marks.

Q.

Who got the second least marks?

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
Banking Complex is an 8 storeyed building located in suburbs of Mumbai. The seven major banks of the country have their corporate offices on the different floors of the building starting from 1st floor to 7th floor. 0th or Ground floor has a parking lot. The different banks are namely CICIC bank, DFHC bank, Cyndicate bank, VTI bank, Kanara bank, Korporation bank and HFBC bank. Each of these bank is managed by a manager. The names of the managers of these banks are Mr. K.Bangarappa, Mr. V.Kant, Mr. S.Raju, Mr. R.Sanjay, Mr. A.Subodh, Mr. D.Shishir and Mr. B.Krishna (not necessarily in the same order). Further, information is given as
a. Either VTI bank or HFBC bank is on the top or first floor respectively.
b. D. Shishir is the manager of the bank which is on 5th floor.
c. DFHC and Korporation bank are on the consecutive floors.
d. K. Bangarappa and Mr. A. Subodh are the managers of the CICIC bank and Kanara bank respectively.
e. Mr. S. Raju and Mr. D. Shishir are the managers of the banks which are on consecutive floors.
f. Mr. V.Kant, who is the manager of DFHC bank, and Mr. K. Bangarappa have one bank in between their respective floors.
g. Mr. S.Raju, who is the manager of the Cyndicate bank sits on the floor just above the Korporation bank.

Q.

Which bank is on the immediate next floor to Kanara bank?

Solution:
QUESTION: 7

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
Banking Complex is an 8 storeyed building located in suburbs of Mumbai. The seven major banks of the country have their corporate offices on the different floors of the building starting from 1st floor to 7th floor. 0th or Ground floor has a parking lot. The different banks are namely CICIC bank, DFHC bank, Cyndicate bank, VTI bank, Kanara bank, Korporation bank and HFBC bank. Each of these bank is managed by a manager. The names of the managers of these banks are Mr. K.Bangarappa, Mr. V.Kant, Mr. S.Raju, Mr. R.Sanjay, Mr. A.Subodh, Mr. D.Shishir and Mr. B.Krishna (not necessarily in the same order). Further, information is given as
a. Either VTI bank or HFBC bank is on the top or first floor respectively.
b. D. Shishir is the manager of the bank which is on 5th floor.
c. DFHC and Korporation bank are on the consecutive floors.
d. K. Bangarappa and Mr. A. Subodh are the managers of the CICIC bank and Kanara bank respectively.
e. Mr. S. Raju and Mr. D. Shishir are the managers of the banks which are on consecutive floors.
f. Mr. V.Kant, who is the manager of DFHC bank, and Mr. K. Bangarappa have one bank in between their respective floors.
g. Mr. S.Raju, who is the manager of the Cyndicate bank sits on the floor just above the Korporation bank.

Q.

Mr. D.Shishir is the manager of which bank?hich bank is on the immediate next floor to Kanara bank?

 

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
Banking Complex is an 8 storeyed building located in suburbs of Mumbai. The seven major banks of the country have their corporate offices on the different floors of the building starting from 1st floor to 7th floor. 0th or Ground floor has a parking lot. The different banks are namely CICIC bank, DFHC bank, Cyndicate bank, VTI bank, Kanara bank, Korporation bank and HFBC bank. Each of these bank is managed by a manager. The names of the managers of these banks are Mr. K.Bangarappa, Mr. V.Kant, Mr. S.Raju, Mr. R.Sanjay, Mr. A.Subodh, Mr. D.Shishir and Mr. B.Krishna (not necessarily in the same order). Further, information is given as
a. Either VTI bank or HFBC bank is on the top or first floor respectively.
b. D. Shishir is the manager of the bank which is on 5th floor.
c. DFHC and Korporation bank are on the consecutive floors.
d. K. Bangarappa and Mr. A. Subodh are the managers of the CICIC bank and Kanara bank respectively.
e. Mr. S. Raju and Mr. D. Shishir are the managers of the banks which are on consecutive floors.
f. Mr. V.Kant, who is the manager of DFHC bank, and Mr. K. Bangarappa have one bank in between their respective floors.
g. Mr. S.Raju, who is the manager of the Cyndicate bank sits on the floor just above the Korporation bank.

Q.

If Mr. R.Sanjay is the manager of the bank on 1st floor, who is the manager of VTI bank?

Solution:
QUESTION: 9

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
Banking Complex is an 8 storeyed building located in suburbs of Mumbai. The seven major banks of the country have their corporate offices on the different floors of the building starting from 1st floor to 7th floor. 0th or Ground floor has a parking lot. The different banks are namely CICIC bank, DFHC bank, Cyndicate bank, VTI bank, Kanara bank, Korporation bank and HFBC bank. Each of these bank is managed by a manager. The names of the managers of these banks are Mr. K.Bangarappa, Mr. V.Kant, Mr. S.Raju, Mr. R.Sanjay, Mr. A.Subodh, Mr. D.Shishir and Mr. B.Krishna (not necessarily in the same order). Further, information is given as
a. Either VTI bank or HFBC bank is on the top or first floor respectively.
b. D. Shishir is the manager of the bank which is on 5th floor.
c. DFHC and Korporation bank are on the consecutive floors.
d. K. Bangarappa and Mr. A. Subodh are the managers of the CICIC bank and Kanara bank respectively.
e. Mr. S. Raju and Mr. D. Shishir are the managers of the banks which are on consecutive floors.
f. Mr. V.Kant, who is the manager of DFHC bank, and Mr. K. Bangarappa have one bank in between their respective floors.
g. Mr. S.Raju, who is the manager of the Cyndicate bank sits on the floor just above the Korporation bank.

Q.

The manager of the Cyndicate bank sits on which floor?

Solution:
QUESTION: 10

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
Banking Complex is an 8 storeyed building located in suburbs of Mumbai. The seven major banks of the country have their corporate offices on the different floors of the building starting from 1st floor to 7th floor. 0th or Ground floor has a parking lot. The different banks are namely CICIC bank, DFHC bank, Cyndicate bank, VTI bank, Kanara bank, Korporation bank and HFBC bank. Each of these bank is managed by a manager. The names of the managers of these banks are Mr. K.Bangarappa, Mr. V.Kant, Mr. S.Raju, Mr. R.Sanjay, Mr. A.Subodh, Mr. D.Shishir and Mr. B.Krishna (not necessarily in the same order). Further, information is given as
a. Either VTI bank or HFBC bank is on the top or first floor respectively.
b. D. Shishir is the manager of the bank which is on 5th floor.
c. DFHC and Korporation bank are on the consecutive floors.
d. K. Bangarappa and Mr. A. Subodh are the managers of the CICIC bank and Kanara bank respectively.
e. Mr. S. Raju and Mr. D. Shishir are the managers of the banks which are on consecutive floors.
f. Mr. V.Kant, who is the manager of DFHC bank, and Mr. K. Bangarappa have one bank in between their respective floors.
g. Mr. S.Raju, who is the manager of the Cyndicate bank sits on the floor just above the Korporation bank.

Q.

If HFBC bank is on top floor, how many banks are in between DFHC bank and HFBC bank?

Solution:
QUESTION: 11

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
Amit, Bunty, Reena, Veena and Dolly were selected for prizes because of their excellent performance by the school. On this occasion their parents were also invited by the school authority. Brajest, Jayant, Manoj, Ritesh and Vinod were the fathers of the individuals but not in the same order. Anju, Babita, Punam, Rita and Vinita were the mothers of the individuals but not in the same order. Among the children only two are males. The first letter of the name of any parent was not same as the first letter of eth name of their child. The same was true of spouses also.
The first letter of the name of Dolly’s father was the same as that of Reena’s mother. Similarly, Dolly’s mother’s name started with the first letter of Reena’s father name. Brajesh and Manoj were not the fathers of Veena and Amit respectively. The first letter of Bunty’s mother was the same as the first letter of the name of Veena’s father. Anju is not Dolly’s mother. Jayant is the husband of Punam. Reena’s performance was best among all; that is why her mother Babita praised her.

Q.

Who among the following is the father of Amit?

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
Amit, Bunty, Reena, Veena and Dolly were selected for prizes because of their excellent performance by the school. On this occasion their parents were also invited by the school authority. Brajest, Jayant, Manoj, Ritesh and Vinod were the fathers of the individuals but not in the same order. Anju, Babita, Punam, Rita and Vinita were the mothers of the individuals but not in the same order. Among the children only two are males. The first letter of the name of any parent was not same as the first letter of eth name of their child. The same was true of spouses also.
The first letter of the name of Dolly’s father was the same as that of Reena’s mother. Similarly, Dolly’s mother’s name started with the first letter of Reena’s father name. Brajesh and Manoj were not the fathers of Veena and Amit respectively. The first letter of Bunty’s mother was the same as the first letter of the name of Veena’s father. Anju is not Dolly’s mother. Jayant is the husband of Punam. Reena’s performance was best among all; that is why her mother Babita praised her.

Q.

Who among the following is the son of Rita?

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
Amit, Bunty, Reena, Veena and Dolly were selected for prizes because of their excellent performance by the school. On this occasion their parents were also invited by the school authority. Brajest, Jayant, Manoj, Ritesh and Vinod were the fathers of the individuals but not in the same order. Anju, Babita, Punam, Rita and Vinita were the mothers of the individuals but not in the same order. Among the children only two are males. The first letter of the name of any parent was not same as the first letter of eth name of their child. The same was true of spouses also.
The first letter of the name of Dolly’s father was the same as that of Reena’s mother. Similarly, Dolly’s mother’s name started with the first letter of Reena’s father name. Brajesh and Manoj were not the fathers of Veena and Amit respectively. The first letter of Bunty’s mother was the same as the first letter of the name of Veena’s father. Anju is not Dolly’s mother. Jayant is the husband of Punam. Reena’s performance was best among all; that is why her mother Babita praised her.

Q.

Father’s name of Reena is?

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

Directions for questions : These questions are based on the following information.
Amit, Bunty, Reena, Veena and Dolly were selected for prizes because of their excellent performance by the school. On this occasion their parents were also invited by the school authority. Brajest, Jayant, Manoj, Ritesh and Vinod were the fathers of the individuals but not in the same order. Anju, Babita, Punam, Rita and Vinita were the mothers of the individuals but not in the same order. Among the children only two are males. The first letter of the name of any parent was not same as the first letter of eth name of their child. The same was true of spouses also.
The first letter of the name of Dolly’s father was the same as that of Reena’s mother. Similarly, Dolly’s mother’s name started with the first letter of Reena’s father name. Brajesh and Manoj were not the fathers of Veena and Amit respectively. The first letter of Bunty’s mother was the same as the first letter of the name of Veena’s father. Anju is not Dolly’s mother. Jayant is the husband of Punam. Reena’s performance was best among all; that is why her mother Babita praised her.

Q.

Who of the following couples is correctly matched?

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

I. Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions

            W, X, Y, Z, M, N and O are travelling in three buses P , Q and R with at least 2 of them in any of these buses. Each of them has a favourites country such as  Denmark, Russia, Britain, Malaysia, Germany, Kenya and USA.
             X travelling in bus Q with M. M’s favourite country is USA. Those who travel in bus P do not like Denmark and Malaysia. The one who likes Russia travels only with O in bus R. The one whose favourite country is Germany does not travel in the same bus with either M or O. W does not travel in bus Q. W likes Kenya. Z and N are travelling in the same bus. N does not like Britain. The one whose favourite country is Malaysia does not travel in Bus Q.

Q.

In which bus W, Z and N travelling ?

Solution:

QUESTION: 16

I. Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions

            W, X, Y, Z, M, N and O are travelling in three buses P , Q and R with at least 2 of them in any of these buses. Each of them has a favourites country such as  Denmark, Russia, Britain, Malaysia, Germany, Kenya and USA.
             X travelling in bus Q with M. M’s favourite country is USA. Those who travel in bus P do not like Denmark and Malaysia. The one who likes Russia travels only with O in bus R. The one whose favourite country is Germany does not travel in the same bus with either M or O. W does not travel in bus Q. W likes Kenya. Z and N are travelling in the same bus. N does not like Britain. The one whose favourite country is Malaysia does not travel in Bus Q.

Q.

Whose favourite country is Denmark ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 17

I. Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions

            W, X, Y, Z, M, N and O are travelling in three buses P , Q and R with at least 2 of them in any of these buses. Each of them has a favourites country such as  Denmark, Russia, Britain, Malaysia, Germany, Kenya and USA.
             X travelling in bus Q with M. M’s favourite country is USA. Those who travel in bus P do not like Denmark and Malaysia. The one who likes Russia travels only with O in bus R. The one whose favourite country is Germany does not travel in the same bus with either M or O. W does not travel in bus Q. W likes Kenya. Z and N are travelling in the same bus. N does not like Britain. The one whose favourite country is Malaysia does not travel in Bus Q.

Q.

What is M’s favourite country?

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

I. Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions

            W, X, Y, Z, M, N and O are travelling in three buses P , Q and R with at least 2 of them in any of these buses. Each of them has a favourites country such as  Denmark, Russia, Britain, Malaysia, Germany, Kenya and USA.
             X travelling in bus Q with M. M’s favourite country is USA. Those who travel in bus P do not like Denmark and Malaysia. The one who likes Russia travels only with O in bus R. The one whose favourite country is Germany does not travel in the same bus with either M or O. W does not travel in bus Q. W likes Kenya. Z and N are travelling in the same bus. N does not like Britain. The one whose favourite country is Malaysia does not travel in Bus Q.

Q.

Which of the following combination is right ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

I. Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions

            W, X, Y, Z, M, N and O are travelling in three buses P , Q and R with at least 2 of them in any of these buses. Each of them has a favourites country such as  Denmark, Russia, Britain, Malaysia, Germany, Kenya and USA.
             X travelling in bus Q with M. M’s favourite country is USA. Those who travel in bus P do not like Denmark and Malaysia. The one who likes Russia travels only with O in bus R. The one whose favourite country is Germany does not travel in the same bus with either M or O. W does not travel in bus Q. W likes Kenya. Z and N are travelling in the same bus. N does not like Britain. The one whose favourite country is Malaysia does not travel in Bus Q.

Q.

Y travelling in which bus ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

II. Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions

            A group of 7 persons P, Q, R, S, T, U AND V works as Clerk, IT officer, Agricultural Officer, Forest Officer, Terminal Operator, Research Analyst and Economist for the banks A, B, C,D , E, F and G. R works for bank E and is neither a Economist nor a Forest officer. T is an Research Analyst and works for bank C. P works as a Clerk and does not work for bank B or D. The one who is an IT Officer works for bank F. The one who works for bank D works as a Forest Officer. U works  for bank B. V works for bank A as a Economist. S is not an IT Officer.

  1. Who among the following works as Terminal Operator ?
     
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