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Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, X, Y and Z are sitting around a square table. Half of them are facing the centre, while the remaining are facing outside.
1. Y is sitting at one of the corners, and is facing outside.
2. S is sitting third to the right of R, who is sitting second to the left of Y.
3. S is not an immediate neighbour of Y, but is facing outside.
4. X is sitting opposite to P, and both are facing the same direction.
5. P is not an immediate neighbour of R.
6. T is sitting third to the right of X, and both are facing opposite directions.
7. Q is facing the same direction as S.
8. Z is sitting third to the left of P, and is facing the same direction as P.
Q. Who among the following is sitting between two persons, both of whom face outside?
Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, X, Y and Z are sitting around a square table. Half of them are facing the centre, while the remaining are facing outside.
1. Y is sitting at one of the corners, and is facing outside.
2. S is sitting third to the right of R, who is sitting second to the left of Y.
3. S is not an immediate neighbour of Y, but is facing outside.
4. X is sitting opposite to P, and both are facing the same direction.
5. P is not an immediate neighbour of R.
6. T is sitting third to the right of X, and both are facing opposite directions.
7. Q is facing the same direction as S.
8. Z is sitting third to the left of P, and is facing the same direction as P.
Q. Who among the following is facing the centre?
Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, X, Y and Z are sitting around a square table. Half of them are facing the centre, while the remaining are facing outside.
1. Y is sitting at one of the corners, and is facing outside.
2. S is sitting third to the right of R, who is sitting second to the left of Y.
3. S is not an immediate neighbour of Y, but is facing outside.
4. X is sitting opposite to P, and both are facing the same direction.
5. P is not an immediate neighbour of R.
6. T is sitting third to the right of X, and both are facing opposite directions.
7. Q is facing the same direction as S.
8. Z is sitting third to the left of P, and is facing the same direction as P.
Q. Who among the following is sitting between R and Z?
Twelve friends  M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W and X  are sitting around a square table, facing inwards, and at equal distances. There are three seats on each side of the table. Every one of them owns a car of different brand, i.e. Ford, Fiat, Bugatti, Kia, Tesla, Volvo, Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Jeep, Buick and Toyota. Every person sitting on the table is facing one person sitting on the opposite side of the table.
P does not own Kia. P and V are sitting on opposite sides of the table. M does not own Tesla. T is sitting to the immediate left of the person who owns Audi. Person sitting to the immediate right of U owns Tesla. Only one person is sitting between the owners of Bugatti and Ford, on the same side of the table. Owner of Volvo is facing the owner of BMW. Owner of Jeep is sitting to the immediate left of the owner of Volvo. Person facing M does not own Ford. R is facing south and is sitting diagonally opposite to the owner of Toyota. R does not own Buick. U is not sitting on the same side as N. Owner of Audi is sitting diagonally opposite to Q. U is facing X. R is sitting to the immediate left of the owner of Jaguar. Owner of Kia is the immediate neighbour of S and Q, and they are sitting on the same side of the table. O is seated on that side of the table which is adjacent to the right of the Q's side. Either S or Q owns Toyota. N is sitting second to the right of O on the same side of the table.
Q. In which of the following pairs are the two persons facing each other?
Twelve friends  M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W and X  are sitting around a square table, facing inwards, and at equal distances. There are three seats on each side of the table. Every one of them owns a car of different brand, i.e. Ford, Fiat, Bugatti, Kia, Tesla, Volvo, Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Jeep, Buick and Toyota. Every person sitting on the table is facing one person sitting on the opposite side of the table.
P does not own Kia. P and V are sitting on opposite sides of the table. M does not own Tesla. T is sitting to the immediate left of the person who owns Audi. Person sitting to the immediate right of U owns Tesla. Only one person is sitting between the owners of Bugatti and Ford, on the same side of the table. Owner of Volvo is facing the owner of BMW. Owner of Jeep is sitting to the immediate left of the owner of Volvo. Person facing M does not own Ford. R is facing south and is sitting diagonally opposite to the owner of Toyota. R does not own Buick. U is not sitting on the same side as N. Owner of Audi is sitting diagonally opposite to Q. U is facing X. R is sitting to the immediate left of the owner of Jaguar. Owner of Kia is the immediate neighbour of S and Q, and they are sitting on the same side of the table. O is seated on that side of the table which is adjacent to the right of the Q's side. Either S or Q owns Toyota. N is sitting second to the right of O on the same side of the table.
Q. Which of the following cars is owned by T?
Twelve friends  M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W and X  are sitting around a square table, facing inwards, and at equal distances. There are three seats on each side of the table. Every one of them owns a car of different brand, i.e. Ford, Fiat, Bugatti, Kia, Tesla, Volvo, Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Jeep, Buick and Toyota. Every person sitting on the table is facing one person sitting on the opposite side of the table.
P does not own Kia. P and V are sitting on opposite sides of the table. M does not own Tesla. T is sitting to the immediate left of the person who owns Audi. Person sitting to the immediate right of U owns Tesla. Only one person is sitting between the owners of Bugatti and Ford, on the same side of the table. Owner of Volvo is facing the owner of BMW. Owner of Jeep is sitting to the immediate left of the owner of Volvo. Person facing M does not own Ford. R is facing south and is sitting diagonally opposite to the owner of Toyota. R does not own Buick. U is not sitting on the same side as N. Owner of Audi is sitting diagonally opposite to Q. U is facing X. R is sitting to the immediate left of the owner of Jaguar. Owner of Kia is the immediate neighbour of S and Q, and they are sitting on the same side of the table. O is seated on that side of the table which is adjacent to the right of the Q's side. Either S or Q owns Toyota. N is sitting second to the right of O on the same side of the table.
Q. Which of the following pairs of persons is different from the others?
A person has kept some sweets in 10 lockers for his 10 students, so that each of them chooses one. In each locker, there are some chocolates and some lollipops, where each lollipop costs Rs. 15 and each chocolate costs Rs. 25. Each locker is differently coloured i.e. yellow, blue, white, red, green, brown, pink, grey, orange and purple. Lockers are in two rows, one above another. The bottom row has lockers marked with numbers 1 to 5 (left to right) and the top row has lockers marked with numbers 6 to 10 (left to right). Locker number 1 is just below locker number 6 and in the same way, locker number 2 is just below locker number 7 and so on. Locker numbers 1 to 5 contain sweets worth Rs. 485 and locker numbers 6 to 10 contain sweets worth Rs. 570. There are neither less than 3 sweets nor more than 8 sweets in any locker. Locker number 9 is brown in colour. Locker number 5 has 4 lollipops and 4 chocolates. Locker of red colour is numbered 3 more than the locker of green colour and both are in the same row. Locker number 1 contains sweets worth Rs. 125. The red coloured locker has sweets worth Rs. 45 more than the green coloured locker. Only the purple coloured locker contains the maximum number of sweets. The pink coloured locker is just above the yellow coloured locker. Grey colour locker is numbered 3 more than the locker which is yellow in colour and both are in the same row. The locker number which is numbered 1 less than the orange coloured locker contains sweets worth Rs. 95. The blue coloured locker contains 2 lollipops. The white coloured locker contains 3 sweets. Sweets in the orange coloured locker are worth Rs. 5 less than the sweets in the pink coloured locker. The red and white coloured lockers contain the same number of lollipops. Sweets in the grey coloured locker are worth Rs. 10 less than the white coloured locker. Sweets in the pink and blue coloured lockers cost Rs. 190 altogether. The orange and brown coloured lockers contain equal number of chocolates. Locker number 2 has sweets worth Rs. 80.
Q. How many sweets are there in locker number 7?
A person has kept some sweets in 10 lockers for his 10 students, so that each of them chooses one. In each locker, there are some chocolates and some lollipops, where each lollipop costs Rs. 15 and each chocolate costs Rs. 25. Each locker is differently coloured i.e. yellow, blue, white, red, green, brown, pink, grey, orange and purple. Lockers are in two rows, one above another. The bottom row has lockers marked with numbers 1 to 5 (left to right) and the top row has lockers marked with numbers 6 to 10 (left to right). Locker number 1 is just below locker number 6 and in the same way, locker number 2 is just below locker number 7 and so on. Locker numbers 1 to 5 contain sweets worth Rs. 485 and locker numbers 6 to 10 contain sweets worth Rs. 570. There are neither less than 3 sweets nor more than 8 sweets in any locker. Locker number 9 is brown in colour. Locker number 5 has 4 lollipops and 4 chocolates. Locker of red colour is numbered 3 more than the locker of green colour and both are in the same row. Locker number 1 contains sweets worth Rs. 125. The red coloured locker has sweets worth Rs. 45 more than the green coloured locker. Only the purple coloured locker contains the maximum number of sweets. The pink coloured locker is just above the yellow coloured locker. Grey colour locker is numbered 3 more than the locker which is yellow in colour and both are in the same row. The locker number which is numbered 1 less than the orange coloured locker contains sweets worth Rs. 95. The blue coloured locker contains 2 lollipops. The white coloured locker contains 3 sweets. Sweets in the orange coloured locker are worth Rs. 5 less than the sweets in the pink coloured locker. The red and white coloured lockers contain the same number of lollipops. Sweets in the grey coloured locker are worth Rs. 10 less than the white coloured locker. Sweets in the pink and blue coloured lockers cost Rs. 190 altogether. The orange and brown coloured lockers contain equal number of chocolates. Locker number 2 has sweets worth Rs. 80.
Q. How many chocolates are there in lockers 6 to 10 altogether?
A person has kept some sweets in 10 lockers for his 10 students, so that each of them chooses one. In each locker, there are some chocolates and some lollipops, where each lollipop costs Rs. 15 and each chocolate costs Rs. 25. Each locker is differently coloured i.e. yellow, blue, white, red, green, brown, pink, grey, orange and purple. Lockers are in two rows, one above another. The bottom row has lockers marked with numbers 1 to 5 (left to right) and the top row has lockers marked with numbers 6 to 10 (left to right). Locker number 1 is just below locker number 6 and in the same way, locker number 2 is just below locker number 7 and so on. Locker numbers 1 to 5 contain sweets worth Rs. 485 and locker numbers 6 to 10 contain sweets worth Rs. 570. There are neither less than 3 sweets nor more than 8 sweets in any locker. Locker number 9 is brown in colour. Locker number 5 has 4 lollipops and 4 chocolates. Locker of red colour is numbered 3 more than the locker of green colour and both are in the same row. Locker number 1 contains sweets worth Rs. 125. The red coloured locker has sweets worth Rs. 45 more than the green coloured locker. Only the purple coloured locker contains the maximum number of sweets. The pink coloured locker is just above the yellow coloured locker. Grey colour locker is numbered 3 more than the locker which is yellow in colour and both are in the same row. The locker number which is numbered 1 less than the orange coloured locker contains sweets worth Rs. 95. The blue coloured locker contains 2 lollipops. The white coloured locker contains 3 sweets. Sweets in the orange coloured locker are worth Rs. 5 less than the sweets in the pink coloured locker. The red and white coloured lockers contain the same number of lollipops. Sweets in the grey coloured locker are worth Rs. 10 less than the white coloured locker. Sweets in the pink and blue coloured lockers cost Rs. 190 altogether. The orange and brown coloured lockers contain equal number of chocolates. Locker number 2 has sweets worth Rs. 80.
Q. Which of the following lockers is brown in colour?
A person has kept some sweets in 10 lockers for his 10 students, so that each of them chooses one. In each locker, there are some chocolates and some lollipops, where each lollipop costs Rs. 15 and each chocolate costs Rs. 25. Each locker is differently coloured i.e. yellow, blue, white, red, green, brown, pink, grey, orange and purple. Lockers are in two rows, one above another. The bottom row has lockers marked with numbers 1 to 5 (left to right) and the top row has lockers marked with numbers 6 to 10 (left to right). Locker number 1 is just below locker number 6 and in the same way, locker number 2 is just below locker number 7 and so on. Locker numbers 1 to 5 contain sweets worth Rs. 485 and locker numbers 6 to 10 contain sweets worth Rs. 570. There are neither less than 3 sweets nor more than 8 sweets in any locker. Locker number 9 is brown in colour. Locker number 5 has 4 lollipops and 4 chocolates. Locker of red colour is numbered 3 more than the locker of green colour and both are in the same row. Locker number 1 contains sweets worth Rs. 125. The red coloured locker has sweets worth Rs. 45 more than the green coloured locker. Only the purple coloured locker contains the maximum number of sweets. The pink coloured locker is just above the yellow coloured locker. Grey colour locker is numbered 3 more than the locker which is yellow in colour and both are in the same row. The locker number which is numbered 1 less than the orange coloured locker contains sweets worth Rs. 95. The blue coloured locker contains 2 lollipops. The white coloured locker contains 3 sweets. Sweets in the orange coloured locker are worth Rs. 5 less than the sweets in the pink coloured locker. The red and white coloured lockers contain the same number of lollipops. Sweets in the grey coloured locker are worth Rs. 10 less than the white coloured locker. Sweets in the pink and blue coloured lockers cost Rs. 190 altogether. The orange and brown coloured lockers contain equal number of chocolates. Locker number 2 has sweets worth Rs. 80.
Q. How many lockers contain more than 5 sweets?
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