Analytical /Sitting Arrangement

Directions for Q. No. 1 to 5: P, Q R, S, T and U are six students procuring their master’s degree in six different subjects - English, History, Philosophy, Physics, Statistics and Maths.

(i)      Two of them stay in hostels, two stay as paying guests and the remaining two stay at their home.

(ii)     R does not stay as paying guest and studies Philosophy.

(iii)    The students studying Statistics and History don’t stay as paying guest.

(iv)    T studies Maths and S studies Physics.

(v)     U & S stay in hostel. T stays as paying guest and Q stays at home.

1.         Which of the following pair of students stay one each at hostel and at home?

(a) U, S         (b) S, R            (c) Q, R         (d) Data inadequate

(e) None

2.         Who studies English?

(a) S              (b) T                 (c) U              (d) R                 (e) None

3.         Which of the following pair of students stay at home?

(a)     P, Q     (b) Q, R            (c) R, S         (d) S, T             (e) None

4.         Which of the following combination of subjects and places of stay is not correct?

(a)     Physics-Hostel                                  (b) English-Hostel

(c) Philosophy-Home          (d) Maths-P.G.                      (e) All

5.         Which subject does Q studies?

(a)     History                         (b) Statistics                         

(c) History or Statistics       (d) Data Inadequate           (e) None

Directions for Q. No. 6 to 10: Read the following and answer the questions based on it.

(i)      In a family of six persons, there are people from three generations. Each person has separate profession and    also they like different colours. There are two couples in the family.

(ii)     Mohan is a C.A. and his wife is neither a Doctor nor likes green colours.

(iii)    Engineer likes red colour and his wife is a Teacher.

(iv)    Mohini is mother-in-law of Savita and she likes orange colour.

(v)     Deepak is grandfather of Titu, and Titu, who is a principal, likes black colour.

(vi)    Neeru is granddaughter of Mohini and she likes blue colour. Neeru’s mother likes white colour.

6.         Which of the following is the correct pair of two couples?

(a) Deepak-Mohini & Mohan-Neeru.

(b) Mohan-Savita & Titu-Neeru.

(c) Mohini-Deepak & Mohan-Savita

(d) Can’t be determined     (e) None of these

7.         Who is an Engineer?

(a) Mohini   (b) Savita        (c) Neeru      (d) Can’t be determined

(e) None of these

8.         How many ladies are there in the family?

(a) Two        (b) Three         (c) Four        (d) Can’t be determined

(e) None of these

9.         What is the profession of Savita?

(a) Doctor    (b) Teacher     (c) Engineer

(d) Can’t be determined     (e) None of these

10.      Which colour is liked by C.A.?

(a) Green      (b) White         (c) Either Green or White

(d) Can’t be determined     (e) None of these

Directions for Q. No. 11 to 14: Read the following information to answer the questions given below:

(i)      Five friends A, B, C, D and E wore shirts of green, yellow, pink, red and blue colours and shorts of black, white grey, blue and green colours.

(ii)     Nobody wore shirt and short of same colour.

(iii)    D wore blue shirt and C wore green short.

(iv)    The one who wore green shirt, wore black short and the one who wore blue short, wore red shirt.

(v)     A wore white short and pink shirt.

(vi)    E did not wear red shirt

11.      Which colour shirt did C wear?

(a) Yellow    (b) Blue           (c) Green      (d) Pink            (e) None

12.      Which colour short did B wear?

(a) Grey        (b) Blue           (c) White      (d) Black         (e) Green

13.      Who wore white short?

(a) E             (b) B                 (c) C              (d) A                 (e) None

 

 

14.      Who wore black short?

(a) C             (b) E                 (c) B              (d) D                 (e) A

Direction 15 to 19:  Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in two rows, three in each. E is not at the end of any row. D is second to the left of F. C the neighbour of E, but sitting diagonally opposite to D. B is the neighbour of F

15.      Which of the following are sitting diagonally opposite to each other?

(a) F & C      (b) D & A        (c) A & C     (d) A & F         (e) A & B

16.      Who is facing B?

(a) A             (b) C                 (c) D              (d) E                 (e) F

17.      Which of the following are in same row?

(a) A & E     (b) E & D         (c) C & B     (d) A & B        (e) None

18.      Which of the following are in one of the two rows?

(a) FBC        (b) CEB           (c) DBF        (d) AEF            (e) ABF

19.      After interchanging seat with E, who will be the neighbours of D in the new position?

(a) C & A     (b) F & B         (c) only B     (d) only A        (e) only C

Directions: L, M, P, R, N, Q, T and Y are the members of a committee sitting around a circular table but not facing the centre. Each member has a different car, viz Ford, Cheverolet, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Tata, Maruti and Skoda, but not necessarily in the same order. T is third to the right of P. The one who has a Ford is second to the left of the one who has a Toyota. Y has a Toyota and is sitting exactly between P and L. The one who has a Maruti sits second to the right of N. The one who has a Honda is second to the right of the person whose sun sign is Tata. P sits third to the left of the person who has a Cheverolet. Neither Q nor L is the immediate neighbor of N. Q is fourth to the left of L. N has neither Nissan nor Honda. The person who has Ford is sitting second to the right of the person who has a Nissan. R has a Ford and is not immediate neighbor of N.

20.      Which of the following is N’s car?

(a) Maruti    (b) Skoda        (c) Tata        (d) Can’t be determined (e) None

21.      Who sits third to the right of L?

(a) P              (b) Y                 (c) R              (d) Q                 (e) None

22.      What is Y’s position with respect to Q?

(a) Third to the left              (b) Fourth to the left            (c) Second to the right         (d) Third to the right            (e) Second to the left

23.      How many persons are there between P and N?

(a) None       (b) Two            (c) Three      (d) Four           (e) None

24.      What is the car of P?

(a) Tata (b) Toyota               (c) Ford                (d) Can’t be determined     (e) None

25.      Which of the following combination is true?

(a) M-Tata    (b) P-Nissan     (c) N-Skoda   (d) None  (e) All

Directions: Eight friends A, G, L, N, P, Q, R and S have different brands of mobile phones, viz. Apple, Samsung, HTC, LG, Nokia, Motorola, Black Berry and Micromax but not necessarily in the same order. There are five males and three females among them. They all have different professions, viz. Lawyer, Doctor, Singer, Actor, Teacher, Banker, Engineer and Businessman. No male is a Banker or an Actor. P has a Motorola and is a Businessman. The one who has a Black Berry is neither a Singer nor an Actor. G has a Nokia. His sister L has an HTC and is a Lawyer. The one who is a Doctor has an Apple. The one who is a Singer is not a female. N has an LG and her closest friend has an Apple. Q is an Engineer and does not have a Black Berry or a Micromax. The one who has a Micromax is neither a Teacher nor a Singer. S is an Actor. A is not a Teacher.

26.      Which of the following is a group of female applicants?

(a) G,N,L      (b) N,Q,S         (c) L,N,S       (d) P,Q,R         (e) None

27.      Who is a Banker?

(a) P              (b) N                 (c) S              (d) L                 (e) None

28.      Which of the following combination is true?

(a) A-LG-Banker                 (b) R-Black Berry-Singer

(c) L-Micromax-Lawyer    (d) G-Nokia-Singer              (e) None

29.      Who among the following has an Apple?

(a) A             (b) S                 (c) N              (d) Q                 (e) None

30.      Four of the five are alike. Find the odd one out?

(a) P              (b) R                 (c) A              (d) L                 (e) Q

Directions: Eight friends A,B,C,D,P,Q,R and S are sitting in two circles in such a manner that each member of the inner circle sits exactly opposite to the member of the outer circle. The member sitting in the outer circle are P, Q, R and S and all of them facing towards the centre while the members of the inner circle are A, B, C and D and they are facing away from the centre. Each of them like a different game cricket, football, basketball, golf, rugby, hockey, tennis and swimming, but not necessarily in the same order. D likes neither Football nor Rugby and faces R, who likes neither hockey nor swimming. The person who likes Tennis faces the person who likes cricket. A, who likes golf, faces the immediate neighbour of the person who likes Basketball, R sits second to the left of S. The persons who like rugby and cricket are in separate circles. The person who likes hockey sits on the immediate left of S. Q, who does not like

 basketball, does not face A. The persons who like hockey and swimming are immediate neighbours, and one of them faces B who likes Football. The persons who like tennis and golf sit in the same circle but they are not immediate neighbour.

31.      Who among the following like Rugby?

(a) R             (b) P                 (c) C              (d) B                

(e) Cannot be determined

32.      The persons who likes hockey is facing whom among the following?

(a) A             (b) B                 (c) C              (d) D                

(e) Cannot be determined

33.      P likes which of the following games?

(a) Cricket   (b) Hockey     (c) Swimming                      

(d) Football                           (e) None

34.      If in a certain way ‘P’ referred to ‘Golf and ‘Q’ is refer to ‘Tennis’ then which of the following is ‘S’ refer to

(a) Cricket   (b) Hockey     (c) swimming                       

(d) Football                           (e) None

35.      Which of the following statement is true about the person who likes ‘Swimming’?

(a) He is on the immediate left of the person who like golf.

(b) He faces the person who likes golf.

(c) He is not facing the person who likes golf.

(d) The person sitting opposite him likes football.

(e) None of these

Directions: Eight people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H – are sitting around a circular table .A and B are facing toward the centre while the other six people are facing away from the centre. A is sitting second to right of  H. B sits third to the left of A. D sits second to the right of G. G is immediate neighbour of neither B nor A. E and F are immediate neighbours and are facing outside.

36.      What is the position of C with respect to D.

(a) Third to the right            (b) Third to the left             

(c) Fourth to the left            (d) Fourth to the right         

(e) Second to the left

37.      Who is sitting right of the G.

(a) C             (b) D                 (c) F              (d) H                (e) None

38.      Which of the following pairs represents the people who are immediate neighbours of c?

(a) B & G                               (b) B & H                               (c) G & H

(d) D & G                               (e) None

39.      Who is sitting third to the left of G?

(a) A      (b) D          (c) E        (d) either E or F        (e) H

40.      How many persons are there between B and D?

(a) Two        (b) Four           (c) Three      (d) One            (e) None

Answers

1. (b)         2. (e)           3. (b)           4. (b)             5. (c)           6. (c)  

7. (e)         8. (d)           9. (d)           10. (d)          11. (a)        12. (b)

13. (d)      14. (b)        15. (d)        16. (d)          17. (a)        18. (c)

19. (a)      20. (b)        21. (e)         22. (d)          23. (c)         24. (a)

25. (c)       26. (c)         27. (b)        28. (d)          29. (a)        30. (d)

31. (c)       32. (b)        33. (e)         34. (d)          35. (b)        36. (b)

37. (d)   38. (a)   39. (d)   40. (c)