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The schematic diagram below shows 12 rectangular houses in a housing complex. House numbers are mentioned in the rectangles representing the houses. The houses are located in six columns – Column-A through Column-F, and two rows – Row-1 and Row-2. The houses are divided into two blocks - Block XX and Block YY. The diagram also shows two roads, one passing in front of the houses in Row-2 and another between the two blocks.
Daily Practice Questions CAT Previous Year Questions with Answer PDF

Some of the houses are occupied. The remaining ones are vacant and are the only ones available for sale.
The road adjacency value of a house is the number of its sides adjacent to a road. For example, the road adjacency values of C2, F2, and B1 are 2, 1, and 0, respectively. The neighbour count of a house is the number of sides of that house adjacent to occupied houses in the same block. For example, E1 and C1 can have the maximum possible neighbour counts of 3 and 2, respectively.
The base price of a vacant house is Rs. 10 lakhs if the house does not have a parking space, and Rs. 12 lakhs if it does. The quoted price (in lakhs of Rs.) of a vacant house is calculated as (base price) + 5 × (road adjacency value) + 3 × (neighbour count).
The following information is also known.
1. The maximum quoted price of a house in Block XX is Rs. 24 lakhs. The minimum quoted price of a house in block YY is Rs. 15 lakhs, and one such house is in Column-E.
2. Row-1 has two occupied houses, one in each block.
3. Both houses in Column-E are vacant. Each of Column-D and Column-F has at least one occupied house.
4. There is only one house with parking space in Block YY.  [2023]

*Answer can only contain numeric values
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Try yourself:How many houses are vacant in Block XX?
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Question for CAT Previous Year Questions: Arrangements
Try yourself:Which of the following houses is definitely occupied?
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Question for CAT Previous Year Questions: Arrangements
Try yourself:Which of the following options best describes the number of vacant houses in Row-2?
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Question for CAT Previous Year Questions: Arrangements
Try yourself:What is the maximum possible quoted price (in lakhs of Rs.) for a vacant house in Column-E?
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Try yourself:Which house in Block YY has parking space?
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The game of Chango is a game where two people play against each other; one of them wins and the other loses, i.e., there are no drawn Chango games. 12 players participated in a Chango championship. They were divided into four groups: Group A consisted of Aruna, Azul, and Arif; Group B consisted of Brinda, Brij, and Biju; Group C consisted of Chitra, Chetan, and Chhavi; and Group D consisted of Dipen, Donna, and Deb.
Players within each group had a distinct rank going into the championship. The players have NOT been listed necessarily according to their ranks. In the group stage of the game, the second and third ranked players play against each other, and the winner of that game plays against the first ranked player of the group. The winner of this second game is considered as the winner of the group and enters a semi-final.
The winners from Groups A and B play against each other in one semi-final, while the winners from Groups C and D play against each other in the other semi-final. The winners of the two semi-finals play against each other in the final to decide the winner of the championship.
It is known that:
1. Chitra did not win the championship.
2. Aruna did not play against Arif. Brij did not play against Brinda.
3. Aruna, Biju, Chitra, and Dipen played three games each, Azul and Chetan played two games each, and the remaining players played one game each.

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Try yourself:Who among the following was DEFINITELY NOT ranked first in his/her group?
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Try yourself:Who won the championship?
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Try yourself:Which of the following pairs must have played against each other in the championship?
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Try yourself:Who among the following did NOT play against Chitra in the championship?
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1. How can arrangements questions be approached in the CAT exam?
Ans. Arrangements questions in the CAT exam can be approached by carefully analyzing the given information, identifying patterns or sequences, and applying logical reasoning to come up with the correct arrangement.
2. What are some common types of arrangement questions that appear in the CAT exam?
Ans. Some common types of arrangement questions in the CAT exam include seating arrangement, scheduling, ranking, circular arrangement, and matrix arrangement.
3. How can one improve their skills in solving arrangement questions for the CAT exam?
Ans. One can improve their skills in solving arrangement questions for the CAT exam by practicing regularly, understanding different types of arrangements, and developing logical reasoning and analytical thinking abilities.
4. Are there any specific strategies or tips for solving arrangement questions in the CAT exam?
Ans. Some strategies for solving arrangement questions in the CAT exam include creating diagrams or tables to visualize the arrangements, eliminating options systematically, and practicing time management to solve questions efficiently.
5. How important are arrangement questions in the CAT exam, and how should one prioritize them while preparing?
Ans. Arrangement questions are an integral part of the CAT exam and can carry significant weightage. It is essential to prioritize practicing and mastering arrangement questions along with other topics to improve overall performance in the exam.
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