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MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 1

### The positions of how many digits in the number 2451479638 will remain same when the first half and the second half of the digits are arranged in ascending order separately?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 1

The given number:
2  4  5  1  4  7  9  6  3  8
After arranging the first half and the second half of the digits of given number in ascending order, we get new number as:
1  2  4  4  5  3  6  7  8  9
Now,

Comparing both the numbers, we can say that there is no number whose position remains unchanged.
Hence, the correct answer is option C.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 2

### In a row where all are facing north, Priya is 15th from the left end and Garima is 19th from the right end. They interchange their positions, and Ram who sits 24th from the left end sits at the 5th place to the left of Priya's new position. How many persons were there in the row?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 2

Using the given information we can create a following figure:

Here the total number of persons in the queue = (*29 + 19 - 1)= 47
Note: 29 is derived by adding Ram's position from left end of the row (24) and his position with respect to Priya (5).
Hence, the correct answer is option C.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 3

### During a prize distribution ceremony, Vikram was ninth from the left while Janhvi was eighth from the right in the front row. If Hariom was thirteenth from the left and was exactly in the middle of Vikram and Janhvi in the same row then what was the total number of people in the front row?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 3

Here, we know that Vikram was ninth from the left while Hariom was thirteenth from the left. So, we can say that there were 3 persons between Vikram and Hariom.
And, we also know that Hariom was exactly in the middle of Vikram and Janhvi so the number of persons between Hariom and Janhvi will also be 3.
At this point, using the given information we can create a following figure:

Now, total number of people in the queue = (8 + Vikram + 3 + Hariom + 3 + Janhvi + 7)
= (8 + 1 + 3 + 1 + 3 + 1 + 7) = 24
Thus, the total number of people in the queue was 24.
Hence, the correct answer is option D.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 4

In a north facing row of NCC Cadets, Trisha is 9th from the left end and Tina is 12th from the right end. There are 5 cadets between Trisha and Tanya which is equal to the number of cadets between Tanya and Tina. Find how many cadets are there in the row?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 4

Adding all the persons in the above image, we get:
8 + 1(Trisha) + 5 + 1(Tanya) + 5 + 1(Tina) + 11 = 32
Thus there are 32 cadets in the row.
Hence option B is the correct answer.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 5

In a queue of students facing north, Ayesha and Anisha are standing at 10th and 8th position from the left and right end respectively. If another student Ariva who is 12th from the left end is exactly in between Ayesha and Anisha then find the position of Ayesha from right end ?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 5

From the given image it is clear that Ayesha is 12th from the right end.

Position of Ayesha from right end = 7 + 1(Anisha) + 1 + 1(Ariva) +1 + 1 = 12
Hence option B is the correct answer.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 6

Riya correctly remembers that she has paid an amount less than Rs.15 but more than Rs. 8 for a ticket from Agra cantt to Sanjay place. Sudha also remembers that she has paid an amount less than Rs.13 but more than Rs.10 for the same distance. The amount paid is not an even number. Find the price of the ticket?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 6

As per Riya the amount paid must be between Rs. 9 and Rs. 14, since it can't be an even number so the possible amounts are- 9, 11 and 13.
As per Sudha the amount paid could be Rs. 11 or Rs. 12, but since it can't be an even number so the amount paid for the ticket is Rs. 11.
So, the ticket is priced at Rs. 11.
Hence option B is correct.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 7

Simla is colder than only Ooty. Mussoorie is colder than Mount Abu but not as cold as Nainital. Darjeeling is colder than Simla but not the coldest. Which among the following is the second coldest?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 7

From the following explanation the second coldest city can't be determined.
Hence option E is the correct answer.
Common Explanation
Reference:
Simla is colder than only Ooty.
Mussoorie is colder than Mount Abu but not as cold as Nainital.
Darjeeling is colder than Simla but not the coldest.
Inference:
From the above hints, following three cases can be drawn.
Case 1: When Mussoorie is second coldest and Darjeeling is not colder than Mount Abu.

Case 2: When Mussoorie is second coldest and Darjeeling is colder than Mount Abu.

Case 3: When Darjeeling is second coldest and is colder than Mussoorie.

Thus the second coldest city is different for different cases. Hence it cannot be determined.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 8

If the digits in the number '578462139' are arranged in ascending order, then how many digits remain in the same place?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 8

The given number:
5 7 8 4 6 2 1 3 9
After arranging all the digits in ascending order, we get:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Hence, there are two such digits whose positions are remained unchanged.
Hence, the correct answer is option B.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 9

In a school, final selection list of the class 12th students who opted for extracurricular activities was posted in the corridor. In the list Vikas was ranked 18th from the top and 36th from the bottom among those who got selected. 12 students did not opt for any extracurricular activity and 7 were disqualified from it. How many students were there in the class?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 9

Total number of students who got selected = (Vikas's rank from the top + Vikas's rank from the bottom) - 1 = 18 + 36 - 1 = 53
Hence, total number of students who were in class 12th = 53 + 12 + 7 = 72
Hence, the correct answer is option B.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 10

In a row of 68 people, Sonal is 22nd from the left and Rinku is 17th from the right. Counting from the left end, what will be the position of Pinku who is sitting exactly in the middle of Sonal and Rinku?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 10

Number of People between Sonal and Rinku = 68 – (22 + 17) = 29
Position of Pinku sitting exactly in the middle of Sonal and Rinku = (29 + 1)/2 = 15th
Position of Pinku from the left end = 22 + 15 = 37th
Option C is hence the correct answer.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 11

Six books – English, Hindi, Science, Computer, Maths, and Sanskrit each contains different number of pages. Computer book contains fewer pages than only two books. English book contains more pages than Science book but less than Sanskrit book. Science book does not contain least pages. Sanskrit book contains fewer pages than Hindi book. The book which contain third lowest pages contain 28 pages. (Set 1 Q. 1)
How many book(s) contain more pages than Science book?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 11

Following the final solution we can say that four books contain more pages than Science book.
Hence, the correct answer is option D.
Final Solution:

Common Explanation:
Reference:
Computer book contains fewer pages than only two books.
The book which contain third lowest pages contain 28 pages.
Inference:
After using the above hints, we have:

Reference:
English book contains more pages than Science book but less than Sanskrit book.
Science book does not contain least pages.
Sanskrit book contains fewer pages than Hindi book.
Inference:
After using the above hints, we have:

At this point we can say that Maths book contains least number of pages.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 12

Six books – English, Hindi, Science, Computer, Maths, and Sanskrit each contains different number of pages. Computer book contains fewer pages than only two books. English book contains more pages than Science book but less than Sanskrit book. Science book does not contain least pages. Sanskrit book contains fewer pages than Hindi book. The book which contain third lowest pages contain 28 pages. (Set 1 Q. 2)
If Sanskrit and Computer books contain 89 pages together and Computer and English book contains 63 pages together then what is the number of pages that Sanskrit book contains?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 12

Following the final solution we can say that Sanskrit book contains 54 pages.
We have,
Pages in English book = 28 pages
Pages in Computer and English book = 63 pages
∴ Pages in Computer Book = 35 pages
Now, Pages in Sanskrit and Computer = 89 pages
∴ Pages in Sanskrit Book = 54 pages
Hence, the correct answer is option B.
Final Solution:

Common Explanation:
Reference:
Computer book contains fewer pages than only two books.
The book which contain third lowest pages contain 28 pages.
Inference:
After using the above hints, we have:

Reference:
English book contains more pages than Science book but less than Sanskrit book.
Science book does not contain least pages.
Sanskrit book contains fewer pages than Hindi book.
Inference:
After using the above hints, we have:

At this point we can say that Maths book contains least number of pages.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 13

Six books – English, Hindi, Science, Computer, Maths, and Sanskrit each contains different number of pages. Computer book contains fewer pages than only two books. English book contains more pages than Science book but less than Sanskrit book. Science book does not contain least pages. Sanskrit book contains fewer pages than Hindi book. The book which contain third lowest pages contain 28 pages. (Set 1 Q. 3)
How many books have more pages than English book but less pages than Hindi book?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 13

Following the final solution we can say that two books have more pages in English book but less pages than Hindi book.
Hence, the correct answer is option C.
Final Solution:

Common Explanation:
Reference:
Computer book contains fewer pages than only two books.
The book which contain third lowest pages contain 28 pages.
Inference:
After using the above hints, we have:

Reference:
English book contains more pages than Science book but less than Sanskrit book.
Science book does not contain least pages.
Sanskrit book contains fewer pages than Hindi book.
Inference:
After using the above hints, we have:

At this point we can say that Maths book contains least number of pages.

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 14

A certain number of persons were sitting in a row facing north such that number of persons on the right of Roop was same as the number of persons on the left of Gaur. Gaur sits on the left of Roop. Deep sits exactly in the middle of Roop and Gaur, and number of persons between Deep and Roop were twice the number of persons on the right of Roop, who was 58th from the left end. (Set 2 Q. 1)
How many person(s) were there in the row?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 14

Following the final solution we can say that there were 69 persons in the row.
Hence, the correct answer is option C.
Final Solution:
Order of persons in the row = 11 persons + Gaur + 22 persons + Deep + 22 persons + Roop + 11 persons
Total number of persons in the row =  69 persons.
Common Explanation:
Reference:
Number of persons on the right of Roop was same as the number of persons on the left of Gaur.
Gaur sits on the left of Roop.
Deep sits exactly in the middle of Roop and Gaur
Inference:
Let’s assume that number of persons on the right of Roop and on the on the left of Gaur was X, and the number of persons between Deep and Roop, and Gaur and Deep are Y. Then,
Order of persons in the row = X persons + Gaur + Y persons + Deep + Y persons + Roop + X persons
Reference:
Number of persons between Deep and Roop were twice the number of persons on the right of Roop, who was 58th from the left end.
Inference:
After using the above references, we have:
Position of Roop from left end = 58th
And, Number of persons between Deep and Roop were twice the number of persons on the right of Roop i.e. 2X = Y.
Here, Number of persons to the left of Roop in the row = X persons + Gaur + Y persons + Deep + Y persons.
Now, 57 = X persons + 1 + 2X persons + 1 + 2X persons
X = 11 persons
Then,
Order of persons in the row = 11 persons + Gaur + 22 persons + Deep + 22 persons + Roop + 11 persons

MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 15

A certain number of persons were sitting in a row facing north such that number of persons on the right of Roop was same as the number of persons on the left of Gaur. Gaur sits on the left of Roop. Deep sits exactly in the middle of Roop and Gaur, and number of persons between Deep and Roop were twice the number of persons on the right of Roop, who was 58th from the left end. (Set 2 Q. 2)
What is the position of Deep from the right end of the row?

Detailed Solution for MCQ Test: Ranking- 1 - Question 15

Following the final solution we can say that the position of Deep from the right end of the row is 35.
Hence, the correct answer is option D.
Final Solution:
Order of persons in the row = 11 persons + Gaur + 22 persons + Deep + 22 persons + Roop + 11 persons
Total number of persons in the row =  69 persons.
Common Explanation:
Reference:
Number of persons on the right of Roop was same as the number of persons on the left of Gaur.
Gaur sits on the left of Roop.
Deep sits exactly in the middle of Roop and Gaur
Inference:
Let’s assume that number of persons on the right of Roop and on the on the left of Gaur was X, and the number of persons between Deep and Roop, and Gaur and Deep are Y. Then,
Order of persons in the row = X persons + Gaur + Y persons + Deep + Y persons + Roop + X persons
Reference:
Number of persons between Deep and Roop were twice the number of persons on the right of Roop, who was 58th from the left end.
Inference:
After using the above references, we have:
Position of Roop from left end = 58th
And, Number of persons between Deep and Roop were twice the number of persons on the right of Roop i.e. 2X = Y.
Here, Number of persons to the left of Roop in the row = X persons + Gaur + Y persons + Deep + Y persons.
Now, 57 = X persons + 1 + 2X persons + 1 + 2X persons
X = 11 persons
Then,
Order of persons in the row = 11 persons + Gaur + 22 persons + Deep + 22 persons + Roop + 11 persons

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