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Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 1

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Five friends A, B, C, D and E play five games — football, badminton, table tennis, carom and softball with each player playing only one game. Also each one of them likes only one of Chinese, South Indian, Gujarati, Italian and Mughlai food. It is also given that football, table tennis and softball are all ball games whereas badminton and carom are indoor games.

I. A does not like South Indian and Mughlai food and play ball games, except table tennis.

II. B and D do not play ball games and one of them likes Italian.

III. C hates Mughlai food and plays a ball game.

IV. E likes Chinese food and plays softball.

Q.
As favourite food and games are

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 2

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Five friends A, B, C, D and E play five games — football, badminton, table tennis, carom and softball with each player playing only one game. Also each one of them likes only one of Chinese, South Indian, Gujarati, Italian and Mughlai food. It is also given that football, table tennis and softball are all ball games whereas badminton and carom are indoor games.

I. A does not like South Indian and Mughlai food and play ball games, except table tennis.

II. B and D do not play ball games and one of them likes Italian.

III. C hates Mughlai food and plays a ball game.

IV. E likes Chinese food and plays softball.

Q. 
Who among the following likes Italian food?

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 3

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Five friends A, B, C, D and E play five games — football, badminton, table tennis, carom and softball with each player playing only one game. Also each one of them likes only one of Chinese, South Indian, Gujarati, Italian and Mughlai food. It is also given that football, table tennis and softball are all ball games whereas badminton and carom are indoor games.

I. A does not like South Indian and Mughlai food and play ball games, except table tennis.

II. B and D do not play ball games and one of them likes Italian.

III. C hates Mughlai food and plays a ball game.

IV. E likes Chinese food and plays softball.

Q. 
Who among the following plays carom?

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 4

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Five friends A, B, C, D and E play five games — football, badminton, table tennis, carom and softball with each player playing only one game. Also each one of them likes only one of Chinese, South Indian, Gujarati, Italian and Mughlai food. It is also given that football, table tennis and softball are all ball games whereas badminton and carom are indoor games.

I. A does not like South Indian and Mughlai food and play ball games, except table tennis.

II. B and D do not play ball games and one of them likes Italian.

III. C hates Mughlai food and plays a ball game.

IV. E likes Chinese food and plays softball.

Q. 
Which of the following cannot be a possible combination?

Detailed Solution for Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 4

The correct answer is D 
A    FOOTBALL       GUJARTI
B     CARROM          ITALIAN
C    TABLE TENNIS  SOUTH INDIAN
D     BADMINTON   MUGHLAI
E     SOFTBALL       CHINESE

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 5

Q. Arun has five spherical balls - S1, S2, S3, S4 and S5. Each of them is made up of iron. No two of the five balls are of the same weight. The weight of S1 is twice the weight of S2, which is four and' a half times as heavy as S3. S5 is lighter than S1, but heavier than S2. If the weight of S4 is half of the weight of S5, then which of the following is the correct order of balls in descending order of their weights?

Detailed Solution for Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 5

The correct option is C.

According to the question the sequence is S3>S4>S2>S5>S1

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 6

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Out of the six friends - Anil, Billu, Champa, Deepak, Ferhan and Ganga - Anil and Billu speak English and Hindi; Billu and Champa speak Hindi and Bengali; Ganga and Deepak speak French and German; Ferhan and Champa speak Bengali; Anil and Deepak speak bengali; and Ganga and Billu speak Tamil.

Q. 
Who among the following does not speak Bengali?

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 7

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Out of the six friends - Anil, Billu, Champa, Deepak, Ferhan and Ganga - Anil and Billu speak English and Hindi; Billu and Champa speak Hindi and Bengali; Ganga and Deepak speak French and German; Ferhan and Champa speak Bengali; Anil and Deepak speak bengali; and Ganga and Billu speak Tamil.

Q. 
Who among the six definitely speaks at least four languages?

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 8

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Out of the six friends - Anil, Billu, Champa, Deepak, Ferhan and Ganga - Anil and Billu speak English and Hindi; Billu and Champa speak Hindi and Bengali; Ganga and Deepak speak French and German; Ferhan and Champa speak Bengali; Anil and Deepak speak bengali; and Ganga and Billu speak Tamil.
Q. 
The common language spoken by Billu, Ferhan and Deepak is

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 9

Q. Prashanth wants to distribute 127 one-rupee coins into different piggy-banks so that any integer sum from 1 through 127 rupees can be paid by just handing over few or all the piggy banks without having to break open the piggy banks. What is the minimum possible number of piggy banks required?

Detailed Solution for Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 9

There will be 7 piggy banks with the number ( 1,2,4,8,16,32,64)

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 10

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A coaching institute conducted six Mocks - CSAT, CAT, CLAT, CMAT, NMAT and JMAT - on six consecutive days of a week from Monday to Saturday, not necessarily in the same order, with a mock on a day. It is also known that:

• NMAT was conducted immediately after CMAT.

• CSAT, which was conducted immediately before JMAT, was not conducted on Monday.

• CLAT was conducted on Thursday.

• CMAT was conducted after JMAT.

Q.
Which mock was conducted on Wednesday?

Detailed Solution for Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 10

The correct answer is D as
Mon - CAT
Tues - CSAT
Wed - JMAT
Thurs - CLAT
Fri - CMAT
Sat - NMAT

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 11

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A coaching institute conducted six Mocks - CSAT, CAT, CLAT, CMAT, NMAT and JMAT - on six consecutive days of a week from Monday to Saturday, not necessarily in the same order, with a mock on a day. It is also known that:

• NMAT was conducted immediately after CMAT.

• CSAT, which was conducted immediately before JMAT, was not conducted on Monday.

• CLAT was conducted on Thursday.

• CMAT was conducted after JMAT.

Q.
If CLAT was conducted 'X' days after CSAT, what is the value of X?   

Detailed Solution for Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 11

The correct option is D.
NMAT was conducted immediately after CMAT.
This means CMAT , NMAT 

CSAT, which was conducted immediately before JMAT, was not conducted on Monday.
This means CSAT , JMAT 

CMAT was conducted after JMAT.
This means first will be the CSAT , JMAT and then CMAT , NMAT pair.

Mon - CAT ( CSAT is not on monday )
Tues - CSAT
Wed - JMAT
Thurs - CLAT
Fri - CMAT
Sat - NMAT

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 12

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A coaching institute conducted six Mocks - CSAT, CAT, CLAT, CMAT, NMAT and JMAT - on six consecutive days of a week from Monday to Saturday, not necessarily in the same order, with a mock on a day. It is also known that:

• NMAT was conducted immediately after CMAT.

• CSAT, which was conducted immediately before JMAT, was not conducted on Monday.

• CLAT was conducted on Thursday.

• CMAT was conducted after JMAT.

Q.
CSAT was conducted on

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 13

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A coaching institute conducted six Mocks - CSAT, CAT, CLAT, CMAT, NMAT and JMAT - on six consecutive days of a week from Monday to Saturday, not necessarily in the same order, with a mock on a day. It is also known that:

• NMAT was conducted immediately after CMAT.

• CSAT, which was conducted immediately before JMAT, was not conducted on Monday.

• CLAT was conducted on Thursday.

• CMAT was conducted after JMAT.

Q.
Which of the following statements is definitely false?

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 14

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Eight marble balls - M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, M7 and M8 - are kept in two different boxes - B1 and B2 - in such a way that each of the boxes contains at least three balls. It is also known that:

• M1 and M3 are not kept in the same box.

• M2 and M5 are kept in B2 and B1 respectively.

• M6 and M4 are not kept in the same box.

• M3 and M7 are kept in the same box.

• M8 is kept in B2.

• M1 and M5 are kept in the same box.

Q. 
If M6 and M3 are kept in the same box, then the balls in one of the two boxes are

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 15

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Eight marble balls - M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, M7 and M8 - are kept in two different boxes - B1 and B2 - in such a way that each of the boxes contains at least three balls. It is also known that:

• M1 and M3 are not kept in the same box.

• M2 and M5 are kept in B2 and B1 respectively.

• M6 and M4 are not kept in the same box.

• M3 and M7 are kept in the same box.

• M8 is kept in B2.

• M1 and M5 are kept in the same box.

Q.
The number of balls in B2 is

Detailed Solution for Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 15

C is the correct option. B2 contains M2, M3, M4, M7 and M8. So the total no. of balls in B2 is 5.

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 16

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Eight marble balls - M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, M7 and M8 - are kept in two different boxes - B1 and B2 - in such a way that each of the boxes contains at least three balls. It is also known that:
• M1 and M3 are not kept in the same box.
• M2 and M5 are kept in B2 and B1 respectively.
• M6 and M4 are not kept in the same box.
• M3 and M7 are kept in the sa me box.
• M8 is kept in B2.
• M1 and M5 are kept in the same box.
Q. If M4 and M8 are kept in the same box, then the balls in B2 are

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 17

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Eight marble balls - M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, M7 and M8 - are kept in two different boxes - B1 and B2 - in such a way that each of the boxes contains at least three balls. It is also known that:

• M1 and M3 are not kept in the same box.

• M2 and M5 are kept in B2 and B1 respectively.

• M6 and M4 are not kept in the same box.

• M3 and M7 are kept in the same box.

• M8 is kept in B2.

• M1 and M5 are kept in the same box.

Q. 
Which of the following statements is definitely true?

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 18

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A, B, C, D, E and F are students of a class. Each one has topped in one of the six different subjects: Mathematics, English, Hindi, History, Geography and Science. Again, each one has got a different overall rank.

I. The highest ranker has topped in Science.

II. D, who is higher in rank than E but lower than A has topped in History.

III. The lowest ranker among them has topped in Mathematics.

IV. A and E have topped in neither Science nor Geography.

V.  F has topped in Geography.

VI. F in order of rank is lower than E who has topped in Hindi and is higher than C.

Q.
Who among the following has topped in Science?

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 19

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A, B, C, D, E and F are students of a class. Each one has topped in one of the six different subjects: Mathematics, English, Hindi, History, Geography and Science. Again, each one has got a different overall rank.

I. The highest ranker has topped in Science.

II. D, who is higher in rank than E but lower than A has topped in History.

III. The lowest ranker among them has topped in Mathematics.

IV. A and E have topped in neither Science nor Geography.

V.  F has topped in Geography.

VI. F in order of rank is lower than E who has topped in Hindi and is higher than C.

Q. 
Who among them has the lowest rank?

Detailed Solution for Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 19

D is the correct option. According to the given situation C is the one who topped in Mathematics and The lowest ranked among them has topped in Mathematics.

Test: Situation Based Puzzles- 3 - Question 20

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A, B, C, D, E and F are students of a class. Each one has topped in one of the six different subjects: Mathematics, English, Hindi, History, Geography and Science. Again, each one has got a different overall rank.

I. The highest ranker has topped in Science.

II. D, who is higher in rank than E but lower than A has topped in History.

III. The lowest ranker among them has topped in Mathematics.

IV. A and E have topped in neither Science nor Geography.

V.  F has topped in Geography.

VI. F in order of rank is lower than E who has topped in Hindi and is higher than C.

Q. 
In which subject has A topped?

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