SNAP 2018: LR DI


35 Questions MCQ Test Logical Reasoning (LR) and Data Interpretation (DI) | SNAP 2018: LR DI


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QUESTION: 1

Which is the seventh number in the sequence 5, 9, 16, 29, 54,

Solution: 5, 9, 16, 29, 54, __,?

5 x 2 – 1 = 9

9 x 2 – 2 = 16

16 x 2 – 3 = 29

29 x 2 – 4 = 54

54 x 2 – 5 = 103

103 x 2 – 6 = 200

QUESTION: 2

Which of the below pendulums will move the slowest, if each one of them is displaced by an angle of from the center?

Solution:

The time period of a pendulum(T) =

The time period is directly proportional to the length of the pendulum.

More the time period, lesser will be the speed of the pendulum.

So, Option B is correct.

QUESTION: 3

Lectures by industry experts have to be scheduled in Marketing, Finance, Operations, Organisational Behaviour and Information Systems. This has to be scheduled on a weekday (Monday to Friday). Only one lecture can be scheduled per day. Marketing cannot be scheduled on Tuesday as it is inconvenient for the expert. Expert for Finance is available only on Tuesday. As Information Systems and Finance are always considered important, Information Systems have to be scheduled immediately on the day following the Marketing lecture. The Dean has decided that the Organisational Behaviour lecture has to be scheduled immediately before the day of the Marketing lecture. Finally, the schedule is prepared which satisfies all conditions.

Q. Which lecture is scheduled on Monday?

Solution:

The following information can be gathered:
⇒ Marketing cannot be scheduled on Tuesday as it is inconvenient for the expert.
⇒ Expert for Finance is available only on Tuesday.
⇒ Information Systems and Finance are always considered important
⇒ Information Systems has to be scheduled immediately on the day following the Marketing lecture.
⇒ Organizational Behaviour lecture has to be scheduled immediately before the day of the Marketing lecture.

The lectures will follow the following schedule:
Operations (Monday) - Finance (Tuesday) - Organizational Behaviour (Wednesday) - Marketing (Thursday) - Information Systems(Friday).

QUESTION: 4

If Golu is son of Molu, Molu and Polu are sisters, Pillu is Polu's mother, Gannu is son of Pillu,

Q. which of the following statements is definitely true?

Solution: From the information given in the question, we can make the following diagram.

Option C is correct

QUESTION: 5

If Pig : Farrow and Lion : Cub, then Bear :

Solution:
  • Baby Pig is called a Farrow.
  • Baby Lion is called a Cub.
  • Baby bear is also called a Cub.
QUESTION: 6

A fast train leaves Chennai to Bengaluru and at the same point in time a slow train leaves from Bengaluru to Chennai. The fast train moves at a speed of 60 km /hr and the slow train moves at half of the speed of the fast train. Both these trains meet at a point after some time.

Q. Which of these trains are further away from Chennai when they meet? (Do not consider the length of the train)

Solution: The moment they will meet they will be equidistant from the two cities.

Option C is correct.

QUESTION: 7

Given the series Z, Y, X, V, S, the next alphabet will be?

Solution:

Fibonacci Series = 1,1,2,3,5,8.....

Z – Y=1

Y – X=1

X – V=2

V – S=3

N – S=5

QUESTION: 8

If PUNE / GOA = 1 and CHENNAI / GOA = 1.5, then MUMBAI / PUNE = ?

Solution:
  • No of vowels in PUNE = 2
    No of vowels in GOA=2
    ⇒ 2/2 = 1
  • No of vowels in CHENNAI = 2
    No of vowels in GOA=2
    ⇒ 3/2 = 1.5
  • No of vowels in PUNE = 2
    No of vowels in MUMBAI = 3
    ⇒ 3/2 = 1.5
QUESTION: 9

Find the missing number (?)

Solution: 3+5+7+9=24........242

11+12+13+14=50......502

66= 7+10+21+x

x =28

QUESTION: 10

Find the missing number (?)

(a) 13

(b) -70

(c) 15

(d) -60


Solution: 11=2x3+5

-12= (-5)x2+(-2)

(-10)x6 + (-10)=-70

QUESTION: 11

If A and B are represented by the above diagrams as two circles then shaded area is represented as?

Solution: A ∩ B

(A ∪ B) – A

(A ∩ B) ∪ A

QUESTION: 12

Unmesh is facing Jayesh and when he hears a bell ring he turns towards Rajesh by making 90 shift. He continues to do this every time the bell rings. If the bell rang 3926 times,

Q. whom will Unmesh be facing?

Solution: After the bell will ring four times Umesh will again face Jayesh.

So, after 3924 turns, it will face Jayesh.

After 3926 turns he will face Mahesh.

QUESTION: 13

Ram places three identical cones of radius on a table in such a way that each cone base touches the other two, also the altitude of the cone is perpendicular to the table. The radius of the circle drawn through the cone vertices would be?

Solution: The top view of the three cones can be seen in the figure below.

The three centres will form an equilateral triangle. R= 2/3*√3r

R= 2/ *√3r

R is larger than r.

QUESTION: 14

Three lamps A, B and C as shown in the figure above are burning using oil as its source of energy. Three incense sticks, E, F and G are taken. E is dipped in oil, F is dipped in petrol and G is dipped in water and are immediately placed over the wick of A, B and C respectively. Then

Solution: Oil and water will put off the flame while petrol will increase the flame.

QUESTION: 15

Find the missing number in the series:

16, _ , 68, 88

Solution: 16, _ , 68, 88

The mirror image of each sequence will be

19, __ , 98, 88

Invert the digits

91, __, 89, 88

90 inverted digits will be 06.

QUESTION: 16

A Men Singles Tennis Tournament is being held out at Mumbai. 30 players participated in the tournament. There is a rule that is implemented, the rule states that, if a player loses a match then he is eliminated from the tournament.

Q. How many matches have to be played to decide the winner of the tournament?

Solution: 30 players participated in the tournament.

In the first elimination round, 15 players will be eliminated. (15 matches)

In the second elimination round, 7 players will be eliminated. (7matches)

In the third elimination round, 4 players will be eliminated. (4matches)

In the fourth elimination round, 2 players will be eliminated. (2matches)

Final Match (1 match)

Total matches= 1+2+4+7+15 matches

=29 matches

QUESTION: 17

Ramu has several friends and all of them are well settled in India. 1 / 5th of Ramu's friends went to Mumbai and 1 / 3rd of his friends went to Delhi, three times the difference of these two went to Chennai and only one went to Pune.

Q. How many of his friends went to Mumbai?

Solution: Let the total number of friends be T

The total number of friends went to Chennai= 3 (T/3 – T/5)= 2T/5

Number of friends went to Pune= T – T/5-2T/5 – T/3

= T-14T/15

=T/15=1

T=15

The number of friends who went to Mumbai=T/5 =15/5=3

QUESTION: 18

There are 3 closed cartons in a room. One of the cartons contains cash. There is a printed message that is displayed outside each carton. Only one message is True and the other two messages are False. The first carton has the message: Cash is not in the Carton. The second carton has the message: No cash in the Carton. The third carton has the message: Cash is in the second carton.

Q. Which carton has the cash?

Solution: Only one message is True and the other two messages are False.

The first carton has the message: Cash is not in the Carton.

The second carton has the message: No cash in the Carton.

The third carton has the message: Cash is in the second carton

If the second carton has the cash, then there will be 2 true messages i.e. First and Third.

If the third carton has the cash, then there will be 2 true messages i.e. First and Second.

If the first carton has the cash, then there will be 1 true message i.e., of second.

Option A

QUESTION: 19

The figure below has been made by folding paper as given in one of the options, choose the correct option.

Solution:

None of these paper combinations can form the figure given in the question.

QUESTION: 20

The figure given has been made by folding paper as given in one of the options, choose the correct option

(d)None of the option is correct

Solution: The following diagram will explain the basic structure of the paper

None of the above figures can make the given shape.

Option D

QUESTION: 21

Four classes Rural Marketing, Digital Marketing, International Marketing and Service Marketing were taught in four consecutive periods of one hour each starting from 8.00 am on a week day.

Read the statements and find out the probable option which can be sufficient to answer the question: At what time was the Digital Marketing class scheduled?

Statement I: International marketing class ended at 10.00 am which was preceded by Service Marketing.

Statement II: Rural Marketing was scheduled as the last class.

Statement III: International Marketing was immediately followed by Digital Marketing.

Solution: Four classes Rural Marketing, Digital Marketing, International Marketing and Service Marketing were taught in four consecutive periods of one hour each starting from 8.00 am on a week day.

Digital Marketing class was scheduled:

Statement I: International marketing class ended at 10.00 am which was preceded by Service Marketing.

We can make the following schedule

8.00 am- 9.00 am: Service Marketing

9.00 am- 10.00 am: International Marketing

10.00 am- 11.00 am: ____________

11.00 am- 12.00 noon: ____________

Statement II: Rural Marketing was scheduled as the last class.

Statement III: International Marketing was immediately followed by Digital Marketing.

We can subsequently find the exact time when Digital Marketing is scheduled from both the statements.

Hence the correct answer is Option C.

QUESTION: 22

Read the statements and find out the probable option which can be sufficient to answer the question:

Q. What is the total monthly salary of Kakade?

Statement I:Kakade‘s basic salary is Rs.100/- more than Madan’s salary, who also serves in Kakade’s company.

Statement II:Other allowance taken by Madan besides his basic salary is 1 / 10th of Kakade’s salary.

Statement III:Madan’s basic salary is Rs.15000/- per month.

Solution: Statement I:Kakade‘s basic salary is Rs.100/- more than Madan’s salary, who also serves in Kakade’s company.

Statement II: Other allowance taken by Madan besides his basic salary is 1/10thof Kakade’s salary.

Statement III: Madan’s basic salary is Rs.15000/- per month.

From all the three statements we can find the basic monthly salary of Kakade but we cannot calculate the allowance he gets, thus the data is insufficient.

QUESTION: 23

Babu is younger than Gopu. Somu is older than Pappu. Read the statements and find out the probable option which can be sufficient to answer the question:

Q. Who among them is the oldest?

Statement I. Somu is older than Babu.

Statement II. Gopu is older than Somu.

Statement III. Pappu is the youngest of all.

Solution: Babu is younger than Gopu. Somu is older than Pappu. Babu Statement I: Somu is older than Babu. ....Gopu can still be older than Somu, so we cannot find the oldest among all.

Statement II:Gopu is older than Somu. Here Gopu will definitely be the oldest

Statement III:Pappu is the youngest of all. Cannot find the oldest among all. Hence Option D is correct.

QUESTION: 24

If in a coded language, MASTER is written as 79 7 115 121 31 109 then LAUGH will be written as

(Note: - Do NOT include any spaces in your answer)


Solution: MASTER is written as 79 7 115 121 31 109

In the alphabetical order M=13, A=1, S=19, T=20, E=5, R=18

The sequence is (n x 6)+1: 79= 13x6+1, 7= 1x6+1, 115= 19x6+1 .....

Thus, the sequence for LAUGH will be

L= 12x6+1 =73

A=1x6+1=7

U=21x6+1= 127

G=7x6+1= 43

H=8x6+1= 49

QUESTION: 25

There were 12 friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, & L. In the year 1996, A celebrated his birthday on January 11 and it was Thursday. B celebrated his birthday on February 20, which was a Tuesday and C, D, E, F, G, H and I, celebrated on April 05 (Friday), May 05 (Sunday), June 05 (Wednesday), July 05 (Friday), August 05 (Monday), September 05 (Thursday) and October 05 (Saturday) respectively. J, K and L celebrated their birthday on November 15 (Friday), March 15, (Friday) and December 15 (Sunday) respectively. Before the year 2025, when will all of them celebrate their birthdays again on the same day as they did in 1996?

(Note:- DO NOT include spaces in your answer)


Solution: Every non-leap year have 365 days. i.e (7x52+1) days.

Leap year have 366 days i.e (7x52+2) days

A cycle of four years will have 1+1+1+2 days i.e., 5 days shift

For the days to repeat, the shift should be a multiple of 7.

A cycle of four years if repeated 7 times will have a 35 days shift. Every day will repeat after 4x7 (28 years).

After 1996 the cycle will be in 1996+28 = 2024.

QUESTION: 26

If January = 10125, June = 10605, then July = ?

(Note:- DO NOT include spaces in your answer)


Solution:

January: 10125: [10] [1] [25] : [ J ] [ 1st month ] [Y] : [First letter] [Month of the calender] [ Last letter]

June: 10605: [10] [6] [05] : [ J ] [ 6th month ] [E] : [First letter] [Month of the calender] [ Last letter]

July : [ J ] [ 7th month ] [Y] : [10] [7] [25] 10725.

QUESTION: 27

In the figure given above there are maximum ........... number of triangles that can be identified

(Note:- DO NOT include spaces in your answer)


Solution: Following triangles are possible

AFB, AFE, FED, FCD, FCB .......5

ABC, ABE, ACD, BED, AFD, BFD.......6

ABD......1

Total of 12 triangles possible.

QUESTION: 28

Rohan (Coded as 1), Pawan (Coded as 2), Mohan (Coded as 3), Sohan (Coded as 4) are waiting for a group photo to be taken. The photographer arrives to take the photo. They decide to stand in a straight row and inform the photographer to take photo by facing them. Mohan is to the left of Pawan and Sohan is to the right of Pawan. Rohan is between Sohan and Pawan.

Q. The code of the person who would be second from the left for the photographer is?

(Note:- DO NOT include spaces in your answer)


Solution: Let's consider the photographer to be facing south, and Rohan, Pawan, Mohan and Sohan will be facing north.

As we can see that Rohan(1) is the second from the left for the photographer.

QUESTION: 29

Instructions: Please read the following information and answer the questions.

There are 12 seats in total which are arranged as 6 in a row facing each other. Ten people have occupied the seats in such a way that 5 are seated in each row and there is equal distance between adjacent seats. In row 1, Sadhana, David, Lakshmi, Sonal and Anu are seated and all of them are facing south. In row 2, Lily, Suresh, Deepika, Mahesh and Arvind are sitting and all of them are facing north. One seat is vacant in each row. In the given seating arrangement described above, each person seated in a row faces another member of the other row or a vacant seat. Each member likes only one activity or sport namely, kabaddi, Cricket, Baseball, Chess, Wrestling, Boating, walking, Running, Swimming and Skating. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat. Suresh sits at one of the extreme end. Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running. Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball. Ann is not an immediate neighbor of Lakshmi. David likes Skating. The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running. Vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh. Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends. Sonal faces Deepika. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking. The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess. The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of the row 1 is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

Q. What sport does Lily like?

Solution: We have the following details of Row 2.

1. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess.

2. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat.

3. Suresh sits at one of the extreme ends.

4. The vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends.

5. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi.

6. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends.

7. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh.

8.Vacant seats are not opposite to each other.

9.Sonal faces Deepika.

Thus, we can make the following arrangement:

Further information:

Ann is not an immediate neighbour of Lakshmi.

Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal.

Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David.

The vacant seat of row 1 is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

David likes Skating. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking.

The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other.

The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running.

Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running.

Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball.

The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess.

We can make the following table:

Option C

QUESTION: 30

Instructions: Please read the following information and answer the questions.

There are 12 seats in total which are arranged as 6 in a row facing each other. Ten people have occupied the seats in such a way that 5 are seated in each row and there is equal distance between adjacent seats. In row 1, Sadhana, David, Lakshmi, Sonal and Anu are seated and all of them are facing south. In row 2, Lily, Suresh, Deepika, Mahesh and Arvind are sitting and all of them are facing north. One seat is vacant in each row. In the given seating arrangement described above, each person seated in a row faces another member of the other row or a vacant seat. Each member likes only one activity or sport namely, kabaddi, Cricket, Baseball, Chess, Wrestling, Boating, walking, Running, Swimming and Skating. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat. Suresh sits at one of the extreme end. Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running. Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball. Ann is not an immediate neighbor of Lakshmi. David likes Skating. The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running. Vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh. Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends. Sonal faces Deepika. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking. The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess. The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of the row 1 is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

Q. What sport does Deepika like?

Solution: We have the following details of Row 2.

1. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess.

2. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat.

3. Suresh sits at one of the extreme ends.

4. The vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends.

5. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi.

6. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends.

7. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh.

8.Vacant seats are not opposite to each other.

9.Sonal faces Deepika.

Thus, we can make the following arrangement:

Further information:

Ann is not an immediate neighbour of Lakshmi.

Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal.

Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David.

The vacant seat of row 1 is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

David likes Skating. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking.

The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other.

The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running.

Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running.

Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball.

The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess.

We can make the following table:

Option B

QUESTION: 31

Instructions: Please read the following information and answer the questions.

There are 12 seats in total which are arranged as 6 in a row facing each other. Ten people have occupied the seats in such a way that 5 are seated in each row and there is equal distance between adjacent seats. In row 1, Sadhana, David, Lakshmi, Sonal and Anu are seated and all of them are facing south. In row 2, Lily, Suresh, Deepika, Mahesh and Arvind are sitting and all of them are facing north. One seat is vacant in each row. In the given seating arrangement described above, each person seated in a row faces another member of the other row or a vacant seat. Each member likes only one activity or sport namely, kabaddi, Cricket, Baseball, Chess, Wrestling, Boating, walking, Running, Swimming and Skating. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat. Suresh sits at one of the extreme end. Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running. Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball. Ann is not an immediate neighbor of Lakshmi. David likes Skating. The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running. Vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh. Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends. Sonal faces Deepika. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking. The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess. The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of the row 1 is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

Q. Who is between David and Sadhana?

Solution: We have the following details of Row 2.

1. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess.

2. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat.

3. Suresh sits at one of the extreme ends.

4. The vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends.

5. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi.

6. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends.

7. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh.

8.Vacant seats are not opposite to each other.

9.Sonal faces Deepika.

Thus, we can make the following arrangement:

Further information:

Ann is not an immediate neighbour of Lakshmi.

Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal.

Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David.

The vacant seat of row 1 is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

David likes Skating. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking.

The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other.

The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running.

Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running.

Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball.

The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess.

We can make the following table:

Correct Option D

QUESTION: 32

Instructions: Please read the following information and answer the questions.

There are 12 seats in total which are arranged as 6 in a row facing each other. Ten people have occupied the seats in such a way that 5 are seated in each row and there is equal distance between adjacent seats. In row 1, Sadhana, David, Lakshmi, Sonal and Anu are seated and all of them are facing south. In row 2, Lily, Suresh, Deepika, Mahesh and Arvind are sitting and all of them are facing north. One seat is vacant in each row. In the given seating arrangement described above, each person seated in a row faces another member of the other row or a vacant seat. Each member likes only one activity or sport namely, kabaddi, Cricket, Baseball, Chess, Wrestling, Boating, walking, Running, Swimming and Skating. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat. Suresh sits at one of the extreme end. Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running. Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball. Ann is not an immediate neighbor of Lakshmi. David likes Skating. The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running. Vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh. Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends. Sonal faces Deepika. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking. The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess. The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of the row 1 is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

Q. Who among the following sits to the immediate right of the person who faces the vacant seat?

Solution: We have the following details of Row 2.

1. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess.

2. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat.

3. Suresh sits at one of the extreme ends.

4. The vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends.

5. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi.

6. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends.

7. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh.

8.Vacant seats are not opposite to each other.

9.Sonal faces Deepika.

Thus, we can make the following arrangement:

Further information:

Ann is not an immediate neighbour of Lakshmi.

Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal.

Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David.

The vacant seat of row 1 is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

David likes Skating. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking.

The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other.

The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running.

Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running.

Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball.

The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess.

We can make the following table:

Correct Option A

QUESTION: 33

Instructions: Please read the following information and answer the questions.

There are 12 seats in total which are arranged as 6 in a row facing each other. Ten people have occupied the seats in such a way that 5 are seated in each row and there is equal distance between adjacent seats. In row 1, Sadhana, David, Lakshmi, Sonal and Anu are seated and all of them are facing south. In row 2, Lily, Suresh, Deepika, Mahesh and Arvind are sitting and all of them are facing north. One seat is vacant in each row. In the given seating arrangement described above, each person seated in a row faces another member of the other row or a vacant seat. Each member likes only one activity or sport namely, kabaddi, Cricket, Baseball, Chess, Wrestling, Boating, walking, Running, Swimming and Skating. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat. Suresh sits at one of the extreme end. Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running. Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball. Ann is not an immediate neighbor of Lakshmi. David likes Skating. The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running. Vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh. Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends. Sonal faces Deepika. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking. The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess. The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of the row 1 is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

Q. Find the statement which is false

Solution: We have the following details of Row 2.

1. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess.

2. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat.

3. Suresh sits at one of the extreme ends.

4. The vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends.

5. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi.

6. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends.

7. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh.

8.Vacant seats are not opposite to each other.

9.Sonal faces Deepika.

Thus, we can make the following arrangement:

Further information:

Ann is not an immediate neighbour of Lakshmi.

Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal.

Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David.

The vacant seat of row 1 is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

David likes Skating. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking.

The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other.

The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running.

Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running.

Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball.

The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess.

We can make the following table:

Correct Option A

QUESTION: 34

Instructions: Please read the following information and answer the questions.

There are 12 seats in total which are arranged as 6 in a row facing each other. Ten people have occupied the seats in such a way that 5 are seated in each row and there is equal distance between adjacent seats. In row 1, Sadhana, David, Lakshmi, Sonal and Anu are seated and all of them are facing south. In row 2, Lily, Suresh, Deepika, Mahesh and Arvind are sitting and all of them are facing north. One seat is vacant in each row. In the given seating arrangement described above, each person seated in a row faces another member of the other row or a vacant seat. Each member likes only one activity or sport namely, kabaddi, Cricket, Baseball, Chess, Wrestling, Boating, walking, Running, Swimming and Skating. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat. Suresh sits at one of the extreme end. Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running. Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball. Ann is not an immediate neighbor of Lakshmi. David likes Skating. The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running. Vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh. Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends. Sonal faces Deepika. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking. The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess. The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of the row 1 is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

Q. Who face vacant seats?

Solution: We have the following details of Row 2.

1. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess.

2. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat.

3. Suresh sits at one of the extreme ends.

4. The vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends.

5. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi.

6. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends.

7. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh.

8.Vacant seats are not opposite to each other.

9.Sonal faces Deepika.

Thus, we can make the following arrangement:

Further information:

Ann is not an immediate neighbour of Lakshmi.

Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal.

Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David.

The vacant seat of row 1 is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

David likes Skating. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking.

The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other.

The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running.

Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running.

Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball.

The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess.

We can make the following table:

Correct Option B

QUESTION: 35

Instructions: Please read the following information and answer the questions.

There are 12 seats in total which are arranged as 6 in a row facing each other. Ten people have occupied the seats in such a way that 5 are seated in each row and there is equal distance between adjacent seats. In row 1, Sadhana, David, Lakshmi, Sonal and Anu are seated and all of them are facing south. In row 2, Lily, Suresh, Deepika, Mahesh and Arvind are sitting and all of them are facing north. One seat is vacant in each row. In the given seating arrangement described above, each person seated in a row faces another member of the other row or a vacant seat. Each member likes only one activity or sport namely, kabaddi, Cricket, Baseball, Chess, Wrestling, Boating, walking, Running, Swimming and Skating. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat. Suresh sits at one of the extreme end. Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running. Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball. Ann is not an immediate neighbor of Lakshmi. David likes Skating. The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running. Vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh. Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends. Sonal faces Deepika. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking. The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess. The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of the row 1 is not an immediate neighbor of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

Q. Which sports do Arvind, Suresh, Sadhana and Ann like?

Solution: We have the following details of Row 2.

1. Mahesh sits third to the right of Deepika and likes Chess.

2. Only 2 people sit between Suresh and the vacant seat.

3. Suresh sits at one of the extreme ends.

4. The vacant seat of row 1 does not face Mahesh and he does not sit at any extreme ends.

5. Arvind, who neither likes Wrestling nor Boating does not face vacant seat and sits opposite to the person who likes Kabaddi.

6. Deepika does not sit at extreme ends.

7. The one who likes baseball sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to Mahesh.

8.Vacant seats are not opposite to each other.

9.Sonal faces Deepika.

Thus, we can make the following arrangement:

Further information:

Ann is not an immediate neighbour of Lakshmi.

Lakshmi is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal.

Two seats are there between Lakshmi and David.

The vacant seat of row 1 is not an immediate neighbour of Sonal. Lakshmi is located at an extreme end.

David likes Skating. David sits third right of the one who likes Walking.

The person who likes kabaddi and running are adjacent to each other.

The one who likes Baseball faces the other one who likes Running.

Deepika does not like Kabbadi and Running.

Suresh does not like Wrestling and Baseball.

The one who likes swimming faces the one who likes chess.

We can make the following table:

Option D

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