IBPS PO Prelims Question Paper Solution- 2018 (13-10-2018)

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Solutions

1. Ans. E.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in
the row.
2. Ans. A.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
Hence, J sits 2
nd
to the left of M.
3. Ans. C.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
Eight people sit between M and P.
4. Ans. B.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
A) J sits to the right of K. ? False
B) Seven people are sitting between N and R.
? True
C) Less than 10 people sit between P and L.
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Solutions

1. Ans. E.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in
the row.
2. Ans. A.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
Hence, J sits 2
nd
to the left of M.
3. Ans. C.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
Eight people sit between M and P.
4. Ans. B.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
A) J sits to the right of K. ? False
B) Seven people are sitting between N and R.
? True
C) Less than 10 people sit between P and L.

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? False
D) 9 people sit between J and P. ? False
5. Ans. A.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
19 people are sitting to the left of K.
6. Ans. D.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
G sit 3
rd
to the right of H.
7. Ans. C.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
I sits to the immediate right of E.
8. Ans. C.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

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Solutions

1. Ans. E.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in
the row.
2. Ans. A.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
Hence, J sits 2
nd
to the left of M.
3. Ans. C.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
Eight people sit between M and P.
4. Ans. B.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
A) J sits to the right of K. ? False
B) Seven people are sitting between N and R.
? True
C) Less than 10 people sit between P and L.

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? False
D) 9 people sit between J and P. ? False
5. Ans. A.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
19 people are sitting to the left of K.
6. Ans. D.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
G sit 3
rd
to the right of H.
7. Ans. C.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
I sits to the immediate right of E.
8. Ans. C.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

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The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
I. G is facing inside. ? False (as G faces
outside)
II. H is an immediate neighbour of J. ?
False (H is 3
rd
to left of J)
III. G is sitting to the immediate left of
K. ? True
Hence, Only conclusion III follows.
9. Ans. E.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
F, J, G, I ? Group of people sitting at the
corners.
K ? sits at the middle of the side.
Hence, K does not belong to the group.
10. Ans. D.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
When we count from the right of J, K is an
immediate neighbour of J.
Hence, none sits between J and K when
counted from the right of J.
11. Ans. A.

If P is the father-in-law of F, then C is the
wife of F.
C is the grandmother of U.
12. Ans. B.

H is the daughter of F.
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Solutions

1. Ans. E.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in
the row.
2. Ans. A.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
Hence, J sits 2
nd
to the left of M.
3. Ans. C.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
Eight people sit between M and P.
4. Ans. B.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
A) J sits to the right of K. ? False
B) Seven people are sitting between N and R.
? True
C) Less than 10 people sit between P and L.

(2)

? False
D) 9 people sit between J and P. ? False
5. Ans. A.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
19 people are sitting to the left of K.
6. Ans. D.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
G sit 3
rd
to the right of H.
7. Ans. C.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
I sits to the immediate right of E.
8. Ans. C.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

(3)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
I. G is facing inside. ? False (as G faces
outside)
II. H is an immediate neighbour of J. ?
False (H is 3
rd
to left of J)
III. G is sitting to the immediate left of
K. ? True
Hence, Only conclusion III follows.
9. Ans. E.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
F, J, G, I ? Group of people sitting at the
corners.
K ? sits at the middle of the side.
Hence, K does not belong to the group.
10. Ans. D.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
When we count from the right of J, K is an
immediate neighbour of J.
Hence, none sits between J and K when
counted from the right of J.
11. Ans. A.

If P is the father-in-law of F, then C is the
wife of F.
C is the grandmother of U.
12. Ans. B.

H is the daughter of F.

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13. Ans. A.
Member: C, D, H, N, P, S and U

Hence, N is the grandson of D.
14. Ans. A.
Given: A = B > F; B > M > O; F > S; R < S
Conclusion:
I. S < A ? True (as A > F > S)
II. F < O ? False (as B > F; B > O therefore
we can ’t find exact relationship between
them)
Hence, only conclusion I follows.
15. Ans. E.
Given: D = R > E = B; S = M = E > D; G >
B
Conclusion:
I. D > G ? False (as E = B; E > D and G > B
? G > B = E > D ? G > D)
II. B < R ? False (D = R > E and B = E > D
? B = E > D = R)
Hence, Neither I nor II follows.
16. Ans. C.
Given: E = S > F = C; T = N = F > E; H > C
Conclusion:
1) T < C ? False (as F = C; T = N = F ? T =
F = C therefore T = C)
2) C = T ? False (as F = C; T = N = F ? T =
F = C therefore T = C)
As T = C therefore either T < C or T = C.
Hence, either I or II follows.
17. Ans. B.
Given: M = L = N = Q < P < V = S; Q > G
On Combining: M = L = N = Q > G; G < P
< V = S
Conclusion:
1) G = S ? False (as G < P < V = S
therefore we can ’ t find any relationship
between G and S)
2) M > G ? True (as M = L = N = Q > G)
Hence, Only conclusion II follows.
18. Ans. D.
Given: Q > A = Z = X = C; Z = H
On combining: Q > A = Z = H; H = Z = X
= C
Conclusion:
1) Q > H ? True (asQ > A = Z = H)
2) Z = C ? True (as H = Z = X = C)
Hence, both conclusions I and II follow.
19. Ans. B.
1) There are 5 boxes between box P and box
R.
2) Box T is kept immediately above R.
3) 3 boxes are kept between box T and box
S.

4) Number of boxes between P and S is same
as the number of boxes between T and Q.

5) Box U is kept below box Q.
6) There is only one box kept between U and
V.
(Therefore Case – 1 will gets eliminated)
6) Box W is kept somewhere below X.
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Solutions

1. Ans. E.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in
the row.
2. Ans. A.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
Hence, J sits 2
nd
to the left of M.
3. Ans. C.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
Eight people sit between M and P.
4. Ans. B.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
A) J sits to the right of K. ? False
B) Seven people are sitting between N and R.
? True
C) Less than 10 people sit between P and L.

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? False
D) 9 people sit between J and P. ? False
5. Ans. A.
1) 3 persons are sitting between M and N.
2) K is third to the right of N.
3) K is second to the left of P.
Case-1 M_ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
Case-2 N _ _ K M P
4) The number of people between M and P is
the same as the number of people between
M and L.
(Here case – 2 will gets neglected as there is
no space for L to sit.)
5) Only three people sit to the left of L.
6) Six people sit between L and J.
7) Two people sit between P and R.
8) R is sitting at the second position from
one of the ends.
_ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ M _ _ _ N _ _ K _ P
_ _ R _
The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
Hence, there are a total of 26 persons in the
row.
19 people are sitting to the left of K.
6. Ans. D.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
G sit 3
rd
to the right of H.
7. Ans. C.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
I sits to the immediate right of E.
8. Ans. C.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

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The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
I. G is facing inside. ? False (as G faces
outside)
II. H is an immediate neighbour of J. ?
False (H is 3
rd
to left of J)
III. G is sitting to the immediate left of
K. ? True
Hence, Only conclusion III follows.
9. Ans. E.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
F, J, G, I ? Group of people sitting at the
corners.
K ? sits at the middle of the side.
Hence, K does not belong to the group.
10. Ans. D.
People: D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K.
Note – 1: 4 sit at the corner facing outside
and 4 sit in the middle of the sides facing the
centre.
1) E does not sit at any of the corners of the
table.
(Therefore, E sit at the middle of the side)
2) Only 3 people sit between D and E.
3) D is not an immediate neighbour of I or J
and sits second to the left of K.
4) F sits second to the right of G only 3
people sit between F and J.
5) Only 1 person sits between J and I (either
from left or right).
(Now the only leftover person is H and will sit
in the only left place)

The above arrangement will be the final
arrangement.
When we count from the right of J, K is an
immediate neighbour of J.
Hence, none sits between J and K when
counted from the right of J.
11. Ans. A.

If P is the father-in-law of F, then C is the
wife of F.
C is the grandmother of U.
12. Ans. B.

H is the daughter of F.

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13. Ans. A.
Member: C, D, H, N, P, S and U

Hence, N is the grandson of D.
14. Ans. A.
Given: A = B > F; B > M > O; F > S; R < S
Conclusion:
I. S < A ? True (as A > F > S)
II. F < O ? False (as B > F; B > O therefore
we can ’t find exact relationship between
them)
Hence, only conclusion I follows.
15. Ans. E.
Given: D = R > E = B; S = M = E > D; G >
B
Conclusion:
I. D > G ? False (as E = B; E > D and G > B
? G > B = E > D ? G > D)
II. B < R ? False (D = R > E and B = E > D
? B = E > D = R)
Hence, Neither I nor II follows.
16. Ans. C.
Given: E = S > F = C; T = N = F > E; H > C
Conclusion:
1) T < C ? False (as F = C; T = N = F ? T =
F = C therefore T = C)
2) C = T ? False (as F = C; T = N = F ? T =
F = C therefore T = C)
As T = C therefore either T < C or T = C.
Hence, either I or II follows.
17. Ans. B.
Given: M = L = N = Q < P < V = S; Q > G
On Combining: M = L = N = Q > G; G < P
< V = S
Conclusion:
1) G = S ? False (as G < P < V = S
therefore we can ’ t find any relationship
between G and S)
2) M > G ? True (as M = L = N = Q > G)
Hence, Only conclusion II follows.
18. Ans. D.
Given: Q > A = Z = X = C; Z = H
On combining: Q > A = Z = H; H = Z = X
= C
Conclusion:
1) Q > H ? True (asQ > A = Z = H)
2) Z = C ? True (as H = Z = X = C)
Hence, both conclusions I and II follow.
19. Ans. B.
1) There are 5 boxes between box P and box
R.
2) Box T is kept immediately above R.
3) 3 boxes are kept between box T and box
S.

4) Number of boxes between P and S is same
as the number of boxes between T and Q.

5) Box U is kept below box Q.
6) There is only one box kept between U and
V.
(Therefore Case – 1 will gets eliminated)
6) Box W is kept somewhere below X.

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Above arrangement is final.
I. Two boxes between T and Q. ? True
II. S is kept below W. ? False (S is kept
above W)
III. U is kept immediately above P. ?
True
Hence, only II is not true.
20. Ans. A.
1) There are 5 boxes between box P and box
R.
2) Box T is kept immediately above R.
3) 3 boxes are kept between box T and box
S.

4) Number of boxes between P and S is same
as the number of boxes between T and Q.

5) Box U is kept below box Q.
6) There is only one box kept between U and
V.
(Therefore Case – 1 will gets eliminated)
6) Box W is kept somewhere below X.

Above arrangement is final.
V is related P ? V is immediately below P.
Q is related to X ? Q is immediately below
X.
Similarly, U is immediately below W.
Hence, U is related to W.
21. Ans. D.
1) There are 5 boxes between box P and box
R.
2) Box T is kept immediately above R.
3) 3 boxes are kept between box T and box
S.

4) Number of boxes between P and S is same
as the number of boxes between T and Q.
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