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1. Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in row - I facing South but not necessarily in
the same order and each of them is working in a different company among Microsoft,
Amazon, TCS,SAPIENT , HDFC and Axis. Six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in
row - II facing north but not necessarily in the same order and each of them is working in
a different company among Google, Infosys, Accenture, IBM, Capital One and ICICI.
Each person in one row faces exactly one person from the other row. A is third from the
left end and is opposite the person who is to the immediate right of the IBM employee.
The IBM employee is opposite the person who is to the immediate left of the TCS
employee. The Google employee and the SAPIENT employee sit at right ends in their
respective rows. C is a SAPIENT employee, and is adjacent to E. D sits opposite Q and to
the left of A but does not sit at any extreme. B is not adjacent to D but opposite P. The
ICICI employee sits neither at an end nor opposite A, but sits to the right of P. The
Accenture employee is adjacent to neither the Infosys employee nor the Capital One
employee. S sits at an end. R is opposite the Amazon employee but sits at neither end. T
is opposite the HDFC employee and the Microsoft employee is second to the right of the
Axis employee. The Capital One employee is not adjacent to P.

2. Six exams Maths, science, History, Economics, English and Hindi are to be scheduled
starting from 2nd March and ending on 8th march wit Sunday being an off day, not
necessarily in the same order. Each of the exam has different time duration: 40 mins, 50
mins, 60 mins, 75 mins, 90 mins and 100 mins, again not necessarily in the same order.
8th march is not sunday and an exam of 40 mins is scheduled on that day. Maths exam is
for less than 60 mins and is scheduled immediately before English exam. There are two
exams scheduled between Hindi exam which is or 100 mins and History exam which is
for 60 mins. English exam is before Sunday and there are two days between sunday and
maths exam. Economics exam which is for 75 mins is not scheduled on 2nd march. The
exam schedules on saturday is of 100 mins.
3.

A committee has nine members A, B, C, D, E. F. G, H and I and it is divided into three groups,
viz Play group, Entertainment group and Food group — with three members in each group.
There are certain conditions for the formation of the groups. Only three members will be selected
in each group. One person cannot be selected for more than one group. A is in the Play group. H
is in the Entertainment group. C and D are in the same group but not in the group of I. A and B
are not in the same group. E is not in the same group as I but is in the Food group. F is in the
group in which either H or B or both of them are present. I and H are not in the same group. F is
neither with E nor with I.

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4.

K, L, M, N and O are five executives, each having a different specialization. Specialization are P,
Q, R, S and T but not necessarily in the same order. Each executive has friendship
with a doctor but of different specialization. Doctors are – A, B, C, D and E. Their specialization
are – F, G, H, I and J but not necessarily in the same order. Study some additional clues to
answer the questions given below__

(I) K’s specialization is T and his friendship is not with A.

(II) Amongst executives there are only three females and these females are one who has
friendship with C, one whose specialization is P and one who has friendship with the doctor
having specialization in I. K and M are males.

(III) The female who has specialization in Q has friendship with the person specialized in H.

(IV) The person who has specialization in G, has no friendship with the person specialized in R.
D is not specialized in G.

(V) The person who has friendship with E, is a female but she is not N.

(VI) O is not the female who has friendship with the doctor specialized in F. But D is not
specialized in F.

(VII) L’s specialization is S.

5.

8 family members P, Q,R,S,T, U, V, W decided to hold a gathering. Each member is related to U


in a certain way as in - Father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Wife, Son, Daughter. They were
supposed to sit around a circular table.

(i) V sits 2nd left to S and P sits 2nd right to the one who is opposite to R. Some face towards the
center while some face outward.

(ii) Father of U sits 3rd left to his grand daughter.

(iii) One pair of mother and daughter sit together and they face in opposite direction.

(iv) Only one person sits between T and Q who is not adjacent to her son. One male member did
not attend the gathering and his seat remains empty.

(v) Two persons sit between U and his sister and they face same direction. One couple face
opposite direction while other couple face same direction.
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(vi) T sits immediate right of her uncle who face opposite direction to his father. Q sits 2nd right
to her grand daughter.

(vii) S sits opposite to her brother in law and face opposite direction to him. No father sits
adjacent to her daughter.

(vii) No one sits between P and his son. V sits between two females and face outward.

6.

6 seats are arranged in parallel rows for 12 guests. But Only 10 guests arrived leaving two seats
empty in both rows one facing south and one facing north. The guests in north facing row are
A,B,C,D,E and South facing row are P,Q,R,S,T. They like different colors - Yellow, Pink,
Purple, Grey, Red ,Green, Brown, White, Blue, Magenta.

(i) P sits 3rd right from T and R does not face the vacant seat.

(ii) The one who likes Brown faces the one who likes Red and the one who likes Magenta faces
Vacant Seat. D likes white color.

(iii) 3 people sit between the one who like Purple and the one who like Blue who also sit an
extreme.

(iv) Grey faces the one who is the immediate neighbor of the vacant seat. Q sits 3rd left of R who
sits adjacent to T.

(v) The one facing the one who likes Pink sits 3rd right from the one who like yellow who faces
the immediate neighbor of the vacant seat.

(vi) One person sits between C & D, No one sits between D & B, No one sits between the ones
who like Green and Brown. C does not like Yellow or Magenta.

(vii) S is not a neighbor of R but sits between the ones who like Pink and Grey.

(viii) E who does not like Yellow is an immediate neighbor of the one who faces the vacant seat.

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7.

8 people A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H live in a building, with ground floor being 1st floor and top floor
being 8th floor.

They all have their birthdays in Feb, March, April and May on dates 10 or 20.

(i) One person lives between C and F. As many people live between H & G as between A & E
live. G is 2 months younger than H.

(ii) The one whose birthday come in a month of 31 days lives on the lowest floor while the oldest
of them lives on the top floor.

(iii) One person lives between H & A. B lives on 4th floor. Two people celebrate their birthdays
between the birthdays of C & D.

(iv) The persons whose birthday fall in the month of March live on the adjacent floors.

(v) 2 persons live between the ones whose birthday fall in the month of April. A's birthday fall
on 20th Feb.

(vi) Two persons live above F. Two persons celebrate their birthday between the birthdays of D
and G. B lives on one of the floors above G. E is older than B.

8.

8 people sit around a circular table facing the center. They belong to Rajasthan, Kerala, Bengal,
Agartala, UP, MP, Delhi and Agra. They belong to different ages youngest being 13 and oldest
being 60 years old.

(i) One from Agra is as much older than C, who is from Agartala, as the age of A. Difference of
ages of D and B is 33.

(ii) One who belongs to MP sits 2nd right to one from Rajasthan. One from Agartala sits 2nd left
to one from Agra.

(iii) Age of E is 32 years. A is 3rd youngest among all the people. Two people sit between F and
the one whose age is 27.

(iv) One who belongs to Delhi and one who belongs to Agra sit adjacent to each other and D is
not from Delhi.

(v) H is the youngest of them and D is not the oldest. One who belongs to Bengal is opposite to
one whose age is 37.
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(vi) One person sits between B, who is from UP, and E. F sits 3rd left of the from MP who is the
oldest person them.

(vii) A is sitting 3rd left from the one who is from Bengal. Sum of ages of B and H is equal to the
age of C. One whose age is 27 sits 3rd right of the one whose age is 14.

(viii) The age of F is average of ages of C and D. One from UP and MP are sitting adjacent to
each other. One person sits between F and one who is from Delhi.

9.

9 people are sitting in a straight line, some are facing south, some are facing north.

Each of them is born during the years 1972 -1980 in the months of Jan - Sept.

(i) C is born in a leap year and in a month of 31 days. E is born in Sept. D is older than H but
younger than F. The persons sitting adjacent to the ones who are born in a month of 31 days but
not sitting at extreme ends are facing opposite directions.

(ii) Youngest of them sit at an extreme and is born in the month which has 31 days. While oldest
of them born in July sit adjacent to one born in 28 days month but none of them sit at any
extreme position. And both the youngest and the oldest face the same direction.

(iii) C sits 3rd left of H while I sits 2nd right of D. A sits 3rd left of G and face in same direction
as G who is not sitting adjacent to I.

(iv) The one whose birthday falls in Jan is facing south and is sitting exactly in the middle.

(v) One whose birthday in Aug is facing south and is born in 1974. The ones who are born in 30
days are adjacent to each other and both are born in adjacent years but none of them is E.

(vi) H , who is facing north, was born in a year between the years D and A were born and none
of them were born in a leap year.

(vii) The age difference between B and I is 7 years and they are born in May and March
respectively. H and D sit adjacent to each other facing same direction.

(vii) B and E face same direction. And persons sitting adjacent to A face north direction. The
persons adjacent to the oldest face opposite direction.

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10.

There are seven person – Gemma, Natalie, Gillian, Jennifer, Jeri, Emma and Maradona – who
teach different subjects viz- Sanskrit, Geography, History, Civics, Economics, Hindi and English
but not necessarily in the same order. They teach on different days of the
week starting from Monday. They like different colours, viz- white, yellow, Red, Black, Brown,
Green and Pink but not necessarily in the same order.

Natalie, who likes Green, teacher on the fourth day of the week but neither Sanskrit nor English.
Two persons teach b/w Natalie and Emma neither of them teaches on the 1st day of the week.
There is one person b/w Gemma and Gillian. But Gillian does not teach
either on 1st or on 3rd day of the week. Gillian likes yellow colour and teachers Sanskrit. The
one who teaches History teaches on the last day of the week and likes Red colour.
Jennifer does not teach on the day either immediately before or immediately after the classes by
Gemma, who doesn’t like either Brown or white or Black colour.

Maradona teaches immediately after Gillian and he likes white colour. Jeri does not like Brown
colour and teaches Hindi Gemma does not teach either Economics or civics. The one who
teaches Geography takes class immediately after the day when Sanskrit has been
taught.

11.

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five persons each. In row 1, A, B, C, D
and E are sitting and all of them are facing south. In row 2, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting and all of
them are facing north. In the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces
another member of the other row. Moreover, each of them belongs to
different countries — Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Belgium, Japan, India, Romania, Indonesia,
Iran and Russia but not necessarily in the same order.

There are only two persons sitting between the Australian, who sits at an extreme end, and E. P,
who sits in the middle of the row, is not an immediate neighbour of Q, who is not a Russian.

T is sitting at an extreme end. E, a Japanese, sits on the immediate right of the person from Brazil
and faces the immediate neighhour of Q. B is not sitting at the extreme left end. P is not from
Iran.

There is only one person between C and D, who is from Australia. S, an Indian, is an immediate
neighbour of the Russian and does not face the person from Bulgaria.

R, who is from Belgium, is an immediate neighbour of the person from Iran, who faces the
immediate neighbour of the Japanese. There are two persons between the Romanian and the
Bulgarian. B is not from Romania. T is not from Indonesia

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12.

Eight persons from different banks viz., Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Canara Bank,
Bank of Baroda, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Dena Bank, Union Bank of India and Bank of
Maharashtra are sitting in two parallel rows containing four people each, in such a way that there
is an equal distance between adjacent persons. The names of these persons are
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H. Each members seated in a row faces another member of the other
row. (All the information given above does not necessarily represents the order of seating as in
the final arrangement)
A faces north and seated second to the left of the person, who is from Punjab National Bank.
The person from Oriental Bank of Commerce is opposite to one who is
second to the The persons from Bank of Baroda is not near to H and F andleft of H. not at the
end of the row. The person from Canara Bank is opposite to The person from Bank of India is
notthe person who is from Dena Bank. at the end of the row but left
of the person who is from Canara D is immediately right of the person who is from Bank
ofBank. Maharashtra. The person from Canara Bank faces north while D faces South and
opposite to B. The person from Union Bank of India is not opposite to E. The person
from Canara Bank is opposite to C.

13.

There are seven rings labeled as A, B, C, D, E, F, G which are of different colors viz. green,
yellow, red, blue and pink. They are made up of different material viz. Ruby, Pearl, Diamond,
Emerald, Topaz, Garnet and Sapphire. They are of different shapes viz. square, oval, hexagonal,
circle, pentagonal and rectangle. Not more than two rings are of same color and there is at least
one ring of each of the above colours.

The following information is known about them. i. A is of yellow color. ii. E is a pink colored
emerald ring. iii. Only diamond ring is of pentagonal shape. iv. D and F are of same color. v.
Only Ruby ring is of square shape but is not of blue color. vi. B is either a pearl or garnet ring.
vii. F is of rectangular shape. viii. Only Topaz ring is of circular shape but is neither a yellow
colored ring nor D. ix. None of B and F is of red color. x. A green colored ring is of hexagonal
shape and in any case is not D. xi. The sapphire ring is of red color. xii. C and E are of same
shape. xiii. There are two red colored rings.

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14.

Eight boxes namely P, R, S, T, U, V, W and X are placed from top to bottom not in the same
order. They contain different flavors of cake among Pineapple, Butter White, Cappuccino,
Cherry Marble, Black Forest, Milk Chocolate, Chocolate Almond and Raspberry. Boxes are
made up of different materials among steel, plastic, wood and card box. Exactly two boxes are
made of same material. Consider top as 1st position. The following information is known about
them.

i. Box T which is made up of plastic is kept two places above R and both are in the top 4
positions when boxes are arranged from top to bottom. ii. The box containing Cherry Marble is
kept immediately below wooden box and is made up of same material as T. iii. Box S is kept
somewhere between W and X and X being below S. iv. The two cardboard boxes are kept
vertically adjacent to each other. v. Cappuccino cake is kept exactly between V and the box
containing Milk Chocolate. vi. X doesn’t contain Pineapple cake. vii. Box U is kept two places
below box W which is kept immediately below the box containing Cherry Marble cake. viii. The
box containing Raspberry cake is placed at even numbered place but is not placed at the bottom.
ix. The steel box which is kept at top either contains Pineapple or chocolate almond cake. x. Box
U is not made up of cardboard. xi. V which contains Black Forest cake is made up of wood. xii.
The box containing Butter White cake and box is made up of
wood. xiii. S doesn’t contain any of Pineapple or Raspberry cake.

15.

A B C D E and F six nobel Laureates, who belong to six different countries viz- India,China,
Germany , France, Russia and Japan But not necessarily in the same order, each one has won the
prize in different areas viz-Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Medicine, Peace and
literature but not necessarily in the same order.

They are sitting a circular table facing centre. The person who have won the prize for medicine,
Economics and peace are neither from Japan nor from India.

The person who are from France and China have won neither for Medicine nor for Literature. A
is neither from Japan nor sits on the immediate left of the person won for Chemistry. The only
person who is between E and F, Has won the prize for Physics . The Person who is on the left
side of the person from Japan has not won the prize for
literature. D has won the prize for chemistry and is from China.He is facing the person who has
won the prize for physics.

One who has won the prize for medicine is sitting opposite to the person from Russia, while the
person from china is on the left of the person who has won the prize for peace. One who has won
for literature is on the immediate right of the person from Japan but on the left of
the person who has won for Economics. C has not won the prize for Economics and F has nor
won for Medicine.

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16.

Kunal, Lalit, Manish, Nutan, Obama, Prince, Queen and Rishbh live on eight different floors of a
building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered
one, the one above that is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered eight. Each
of them also likes a different superhero, namely Batman,
Superman, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Wolverine, Nova and Ironman, but not necessarily in
the same order.

• The one who likes Thor lives on an even-numbered floor. Only three people live between the
one who likes Thor and Manish.

• Only two people live between Manish and Nutan. Nutan does not live on the lowermost
floor.Only three people live between Nutan and one who likes Hulk.

• Obama lives immediately above Kunal. Obama lives on an even-numbered floor. Kunal does
not like Hulk. Kunal lives neither on the floor numbered three nor five.

• Only two people live between Kunal and the one who likes Nova.

• Only one person lives between the one who likes Nova and Ironman. The one who likes
Ironman lives below the one who likes Nova.

• Lalit lives immediately above Queen. Only one person lives between Queen and the one who
likes Captain America.

• The one who likes Wolverine lives immediately above the one who likes Batman.

• Prince does not like Thor. Kunal does not like superman.

17.

P,Q, R, S, A, B, C and D are eight friends studying in engineering colleges in different


streams like Aeronautical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Chemical Engineering,
Electronic Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and
Technical Engineering, but not in the same order. All of them are seated around a circular table,
facing away from the centre. P sits third to the left of the person who studies Electrical
Engineering. Only two persons sit between A and C. Neither A nor C studies Electrical
Engineering. The person who studies Technical Engineering sits second to the right of S. S is not
an immediate neighbour of P. S does not study Electrical Engineering and P does not study
Technical Engineering. The one who studies Aeronautical Engineering sits third to the left of B.
The one who studies Aeronautical Engineering and the one who studies Electrical Engineering
are not immediate neighbours. Only one person sits between S and the one who studies Chemical
Engineering. The person who studies Electronic Engineering and the one who studies Computer
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Engineering are immediate neighbours. Only one person sits between Q and the one who studies
Civil Engineering. The one
who studies Civil Engineering is an immediate neighbour of D. C and Q are not immediate
neighbours. S does not study Computer Engineering.

18.

In an annual function of a school five students C, K, J, L and B participated in discuss throw


competition.

All of them throw discus but discus was thrown by them to different distances. The distances
were 27, 29, 31, 33, and 35 feet, but not necessarily in the same order as the names are. Similarly
the colour of shirt of each person was different. Shirt colours were black, blue,
brown, green and red.

Each person was called to throw discus one by one.

1) K and the person who was given the chance at fifth position threw the discus more than 30
feet. And neither of the two was in blue shirt.

2) J's shirt was green. He threw the discus immediately before the person who got the first rank.

3) The person in red shirt threw the discus two feet less than the person who threw the discus
only after one person.

4) B was called first to throw the discus. But he did not get the last rank.

5) One who threw the discus immediately after C was in brown shirt.

6) L was not the person who threw the discus at 31 or at 35 feet.

7) The person in black shirt did not throw the discus at 33 feet.

8) The person in blue shirt did not throw the discus at 2nd or 4th position.

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19.

Eight friends-Aman, Bharat, Rohit, Dinesh, Ishant, Farhan, Aditya and Hirender-are sitting
around a circular table, facing the centre but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them has
a different designation, viz Banker, Teacher, Company MD, Politician, Corporate Leader,
General Manager, Specialist Officer and CEO. Aman sits third to the right of the CEO. Only
two people sit between the CEO and Hirender. The Specialist Officer and the Company MD are
immediate neighbours. Neither Aman nor Hirender is either a Specialist Officer or a
Company MD. The Specialist Officer is not an immediate neighbour of the CEO. The Banker
sits second to the left of Ishant. Ishant is not an immediate neighbour of Hirender. The
Banker is an immediate neighbour of both the Politician and the Corporate Leader. The
Corporate Leader sits third to the right of Bharat. Bharat is not a Specialist Officer. Rohit sits on
the immediate right of the Teacher. Aman is not a Teacher. Farhan is not an immediate
neighbour of Aman. Aditya is not an immediate neighbour of the Banker

20.

Six persons namely P, Q, R, S, T and U start their journey for office from Noida to Delhi on
different days, starting from Monday and ending on Sunday but not necessarily in the same
order. One day out of 7 daysis that no person goes for office.Each person starts their journey at
different time: 11a.m, 2p.m, 6p.m, 4p.m, 9a.m, 12p.m again not necessarily in the same order.

P goes immediate before T. The day on which no person goes from Noida to Delhi is after the
day on which T goes. There is a gap of two day between the days on which no person goes and P
goes. P goes to Delhi before 4p.m. S, who goes at 2p.m is not going on Monday. U goes at 6p.m
and R goes at 12p.m. Sunday is not among those days in which no person goes and the timing of
person, who goes on Sunday is 9 a.m. The day on which a person goes at 6 p.m. is immediately
before the day on which no person goes.

21.

. In a conference 8 people Pappu, Kalu, Chotu, Bikki, Golu, Tina, Reena and Payal from
different cities Begusarai, Khagaria, Munger, Bhagalpur, Mokama, Muzzafarpur, Purnia and
Katihar not necessarily in same order sitting around a rectangular table. 3 persons are sitting on
each longer side and each on the smaller sides. Bikki is sitting second to the right of the person
who is from Katihar. Golu is sitting third to the left of the person who is from Muzzafarpur. Tina
and Reena are sitting opposite each other. Chotu is sitting diagonally
opposite the person from Purnia. Kalu is sitting opposite the person who is from Begusarai. The
person from Bhagalpur is sitting second to the right of the person from Mokama and second to
the left of Pappu, who is not sitting near the person who is from Purnia. Reena is sitting on the
smaller side and to the right of the person who is from Purnia. Persons from Mokama and
Bhagalpur are not on the same side of the table. The person from Bhagalpur is sitting third to the
right of the person from Katihar, who is not sitting diagonally opposite the person from

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Khagaria. The person from Bhagalpur is third to the left of Chotu. Tina sits second to the left of
Payal. The person from Khagaria sits opposite to the person from Mokama

22.

On the recent TV reality show "Losing Big," five celebrities competed to shed pounds during the
eight-week contest. Each of the five did lose weight on the show, with no two losing the same
number of pounds. Given the clues below, can you find each star's full name (one surname is
Brown), the field of entertainment in which he or she is famous, and the amount of weight he or
she dropped during the contest?

The most any of the five lost during the eight weeks is 60 lbs., while the least any contestant lost
is 15 lbs.

Jerry lost twice as much weight as Hart.

Tom lost 5 more lbs. than West, who shed 10 more lbs. than the cable network news anchor.

Willa dropped twice as much weight as the tennis player.

King and the rock star made a side bet on which of them would lose the most weight.

Willa, Stone, and the comedian all placed their weight-loss hopes on extreme exercise.

Alec isn't the new anchor.

Mia lost half as many pounds as the talk show host.

23.

There are nine people P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W and X in a family. It is a three generation family.


They are sitting in a row facing in North and South directions not necessarily in the same order.
The following information is known about them. R who is P’s father sits fourth to the right of Q
who is the only daughter of T and they both face in the opposite directions. S sits third to the
right of U who is Q’s grandmother and one of them sits adjacent to X. S is unmarried and faces
in a direction similar to that of V. T who is the sister of S sits at one of the
ends with a female. R’s neighbours are females and face in opposite directions. U’s spouse R
faces in the North direction. X who is the wife of V sits at the middle facing in South direction.
P, who is male, is the only sibling of V sits exactly between S and Q’s cousin who is a male. The
people sitting at ends face in North direction. P faces in same direction as that of U. R sits
adjacent to X

24.

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There are nine people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I who sit around a circular table. Some are
facing towards and some are facing away from the centre. They like different seasons among
Summer, Winter, Rainy, Spring and Autumn. Not more than 2 people like the same season. The
following information is known about them. C and G form the only pair that is sitting together
and like the same season. They are facing in opposite directions to each other. The one who likes
Rainy season sits third to the left of B but is neither C nor F. A sits second to the left of F, who
likes winter. The one who likes summer is an immediate neighbour of H and E but none of them
sits adjacent to C or G. A and H face in same direction as that of E. I sits third to the right of D,
who is facing away from centre and likes spring. E sits second to the left of C. The people who
like winter face towards the centre. A either likes Summer or Spring season.

25.

Eight boxes namely P, R, S, T, U, V, W and X are placed from top to bottom not in the same
order. They contain different flavors of cake among Pineapple, Butter White, Cappuccino,
Cherry Marble, Black Forest, Milk Chocolate, Chocolate Almond and Raspberry. Boxes are
made up of different materials among steel, plastic, wood and card box. Exactly two
boxes are made of same material. Consider top as 1st position. The following information is
known about them.
i. Box T which is made up of plastic is kept two places above R and both are in the top 4
positions when boxes are arranged from top to bottom.

ii. The box containing Cherry Marble is kept immediately below wooden box and is made up of
same material as T.
iii. Box S is kept somewhere between W and X and X being below S.

iv. The two cardboard boxes are kept vertically adjacent to each other.

v. Cappuccino cake is kept exactly between V and the box containing Milk Chocolate.

vi. X doesn’t contain Pineapple cake.

vii. Box U is kept two places below box W which is kept immediately below the box containing
Cherry Marble cake.
viii. The box containing Raspberry cake is placed at even numbered place but is not
placed at the bottom.

ix. The steel box which is kept at top either contains Pineapple or chocolate almond cake.
x. Box U is not made up of cardboard.

xi. V which contains Black Forest cake is made up of wood. xii. The box containing Butter
White cake and box is made up of wood.

xiii. S doesn’t contain any of Pineapple or Raspberry cake.


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26.

There are two rows Row I and Row II. A, B, C, D and E sit in Row I facing in South direction
and P, Q, R, S and T sit in Row II facing in North direction. They like different cricketers. One
of the cricketers is AB De Villiers. The following information is known about them.

i. E sits third to the left of C who either likes Chris Gayle or Sachin Tendulkar.

ii. B sits three places away from the one who faces T.

iii. The one who likes Shane Watson neither sits opposite to the one who likes Sachin Tendulkar
nor A.

iv. R sits second to the right of the one who likes Misbah-Ul-Haq.

v. The people who like Virat Kohli and Ricky Ponting face towards each other and one of them
is E.

vi. T doesn’t like Sachin Tendulkar and R doesn’t like Virat Kohli.

vii. S likes Hashim Amla and sits in front of the one who sits with C.

viii. D sits at the middle and likes MS Dhoni.

ix. Q who doesn’t sit with T faces C.

x. The one who likes Rohit Sharma sits at the right end in Row I according to the direction of
people in Row I.

xi. A doesn’t like Shane Watson.

27.

Seven people namely B, C, D, E, F, G and H have to attend a workshop but not necessarily in the
same order, in seven different months of the same year namely January, March, April,
July, August, September and December. Each of them also likes a different company namely
HTC, Microsoft, Samsung, Blackberry, TCS, Infosys and Godrej but not necessarily in the same
order. The one who likes TCS will attend a workshop in the month which has less than 31
days. Only one person will attend a workshop between the one who likes TCS and B. The one
who likes HTC will attend a workshop immediately before B. Only three people will attend a
workshop between one who likes TCS and the one who likes Microsoft. H will attend a
workshop immediately after B. Only three people will attend a workshop between H
and G. The one who likes Infosys will attend a workshop immediately before G. The one who
likes Samsung will attend a Workshop immediately before the one who likes Godrej. E will
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attend a Workshop immediately after the one who likes Godrej. C will attend a workshop in a
month which has only 30 days. F does not like HTC.

28.

Ten friends are going to a restaurant for the dinner. They are of different caste viz; Gupta,
Sharma, Bisht, Saxena, Verma, Malhotra, Mehra, Arora, Saini and Mukherjee, but not
necessarily in the same order. These ten persons are sitting in two rows in such a way that five
persons in each row and each person from one row is exactly opposite a person from the other
row. They are of different weight from 71 to 80, and sitting in such a way that the person has
weight in odd number is not opposite another person who has weight in odd number and no two
persons who have weight in even number are adjacent to each other. Further information related
to positions of the persons is given below:

The person whose caste is Malhotra has weight of 78 kg and is not sitting in the
same row in which the person whose weight is 74 or 76 kg is sitting.

The persons whose castes are Saxena and Verma are adjacent to the person whose
weight is 76kg, but the person whose caste is Saxena is not sitting at an end.

The person whose caste is Mehra has weight of 75 kg and is not sitting in the same
row in which the person whose weight is 73 or 76 is sitting.

The person whose caste is Gupta is neither adjacent nor opposite to the person whose caste is
Mehra or The person whose caste is Bisht.

The person whose caste is Malhotra is sitting at the right end of the row.

The person whose weight is 76 kg is sitting second to the right end in its row.

The person whose caste is Sharma has weight in even number and is opposite to the
person whose weight is 71 kg.

The persons whose castes are Saini and Mukherjee are sitting in the same row. The
person whose weight is 76 kg is not sitting to the left of person whose weight is 77 kg.

The person whose caste is Bisht has weight in odd number but not 71kg and is sitting in the same
row with the person whose caste is Mehra.

The person whose caste is Verma is sitting opposite to the person whose weight is 72 kg and has
weight neither 73 nor 71kg.

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29.

Nine people – P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, and X live on separate floors of a 9-floor building. Ground


floor is numbered 1, first floor is numbered 2 and so on until the topmost floor is numbered 9.
Each one of these is travelling to a different city of USA viz. Springfield,
Clinton, Madison, Franklin, Washington, Chester, Marion, Greenville, and Georgetown but not
necessarily in the same order.
Only five people live above the floors on which P lives. Only one person lives between P and the
one travelling to Chester. U lives immediately below the one travelling to Clinton. The one
travelling to Clinton lives on an even numbered floor.
Only three people live between the ones travelling to Chester and Madison. T lives immediately
above R. T is not travelling to Madison. Only two people live between Q and the one travelling
to Washington. The one travelling to Washington lives below the floor on which Q lives. W is
travelling to Greenville and lives on floor no. 8.
The one travelling to Springfield does not live immediately above or immediately below Q. S
does not live immediately above or immediately below P. X travelling to Georgetown and lives
immediately above W. V does not travel to Franklin.

30.

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five persons each. In row 1, A, B, C, D
and E are sitting and all of them are facing south. In row 2, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting and all of
them are facing north. In the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row
faces another member of the other row. Moreover, each of them belongs to different countries —
Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Belgium, Japan, India, Romania, Indonesia, Iran and Russia but not
necessarily in the same order. There are only two persons sitting between the Australian, who
sits at an extreme end, and E. P, who sits in the middle of the row, is not an immediate neighbour
of Q, who is not a Russian. T is sitting at an extreme end. E, a Japanese, sits on the immediate
right of the person from Brazil and faces the immediate neighhour of Q. B is not sitting at the
extreme left end. P is not from Iran. There is only one person between C and D, who is from
Australia. S, an Indian, is an immediate neighbour of the Russian and does not face the person
from Bulgaria. R, who is from Belgium, is an immediate neighbour of the person from Iran, who
faces the immediate neighbour of the Japanese. There are two persons between the Romanian
and the Bulgarian. B is not from Romania. T is not from Indonesia

31.

Seven persons namely P, Q, R, S, T, U, V not in the same order in a organization working as a


AM( Assistant Manager), MG(Manager), DGM(Deputy General Manager), GM (General
Manager), CGM (Chief General Manager), ED(Executive Director), CEO(Chief Executive
Officer). And likes different cities namely Mumbai, Jaipur, Ranchi, Chandigarh, Agra, Patna,
Bhopal not in same order. NOTE: position has been increasing order of their experience. CEO is
most experienced person and Assistant manager least experienced.

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· R is junior to only two persons. S does not like Ranchi.

· Person who likes Chandigarh is junior to T but not a least junior.

· Person who likes Patna is senior to ED.

· Person who likes Ranchi senior to U but junior to T.

· T is junior to CGM but senior to V.

· U junior to V and likes Agra.

· Q is senior to T but not a most senior.

· CGM does not like Bhopal.

· V is junior to P but not to S.

· CGM is senior to one who likes Jaipur

32.

Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F are Pursuing engineering in four different specialization, 2 in


Electricals, 1 in Mechanical, 1in Electronics, and 2 in Civil. Three of them play Volleyball. Two
of them play Cricket and three of them play Badminton. A person can play either Cricket or
Badminton. Only one of them plays Volleyball, Badminton and Football. Three of them play
Football. Electrical engineers do not play Badminton. F is either a Civil engineer or an
Electronics engineer and plays Cricket. B does not play Football but plays Cricket and
Volleyball. One who plays Cricket also plays Football. C is not an Electrical engineer but plays
Football. A is an Electrical engineer. E is a Civil engineer and plays Football. The people having
the same specialization do not play more than one common games. D does not play
Volleyball. The Mechanical engineer does not play Football but play Badminton. Civil engineers
do not play Volleyball.

33.

A family consisting of eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H, is sitting around a circular table.


Among them four persons are facing outside and four persons are facing the center.
(i) There are three married couples in the family. In any couple both wife and husband face the
same direction, i.e. either towards the center or away from the center. Each couple has at least
one child. There are three generations in the family.
(ii) B is sitting opposite his grand father F, who is adjacent to his daughter.
(iii) H is to the right of her husband, who is the eldest in the family.
(iv) H's son and B are adjacent to D. Exactly one among D and G is facing towards the center.
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(v) H's daughter C is opposite G's daughter D, E the wife of G, is facing towards center and is
sitting opposite H.
(vi) Both granddaughter and grandson in the family are facing either towards the center or away
from the center.

34.

There are eight persons namely- P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W sitting around a circular table facing
the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. Each person belongs to different states i.e.
Andhra, Bengal,Bihar, Sikkim, Punjab, Rajasthan, Kerala and Karnataka and also likes different
colours viz. - Red, Blue, Yellow, Orange, Purple, Violet, Pink and Black, but not necessarily in
the same order.

35. The person who belongs to Kerala sits second to the right of S, who belongs to neither
Rajasthan nor Punjab. U sits second to the right of the one, who belongs to Rajasthan.
The one who likes Purple sits second to the left of the one, who belongs to Bengal. Two
people sit between the one, who belong to Punjab and Q. V and the one, who belongs to
Sikkim are immediate neighbours of each other. Persons who like Orange and Violet are
adjacent to the one who belongs to Sikkim. The person who likes Orange sits immediate
left of the one who belongs to Bengal. Q does not like Pink and Black. The one who likes
Black sits second to the right of the one who likes Pink. R and T are immediate neighbors
of each other. Neither R nor T is an immediate neighbour of either Q or the one who
belongs to Rajasthan. Q does not belong to Sikkim. The one who belongs to Bengal sits
second to the left of the one who belongs to Karnataka. Person who likes Yellow sits
fourth to the right of the one who likes Blue. The one who likes Pink is not an immediate
neighbour of the one who belongs to Rajasthan. P likes Black. Only one person sits
between R and the one who belongs to Andhra. W sits third to the left of the one who
belongs to Bihar.

36.

Six friends Abhishek, Deepak, Mridul, Pritam, Ranjan and Salil married within a year in the
months of February, April, July, September, November and December and in the cities of
Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata but not necessarily following the
above order. The brides names were Geetika, Jasmine, Hema, Brinda, Ipsita and veena,once
again not following any order. The following are some facts about their weddings.
Mridul’s wedding took place in Chennai;however he was not married to Geetika or Veena.
Abhishek’s wedding took place in Ahmedabad and ranjan’s in Delhi however neither of them
was married to Jasmine or Brinda.
The wedding in Kolkata took place in February
.(iv)Hema’s wedding took place in April,but not inAhmedabad.
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following the aboveorder.
(vi)Pritam visited Bengaluru and Kolkata only after his marriage inDecember.
(vii)Salil was married to Jasmine to September.

37.

Six exams Civics, Science, Hindi, History, Geography and Polity were organized From Monday
to Sunday in a week. Six friends- P, Q, R, S, T and U have attended these exams. One day was
remaining in the week. It was called none exam day. Neither Sunday nor Monday was none
exam day.
· All Six exams were scheduled in the July month.
· Civics exam was not organized on the day which is just after the day on which
History exam was organized but was organized on the day which is after the day on which
History exam was organized.
· Science exam was organized on the day which is just before the day on which Polity was
organized.
· Science exam was attended by S’s father on the day which is before Sunday. Hindi was
organized on 26 July and Geography was organized on 31 July.
· T’s grandfather was a brother of Q. P had two sons.
· Exams were organized in such a way that three exams were continuing means there was no
break between three exams. No exam day was also not coming among three days, but none exam
day was coming just later or just before of three day exam sets.
· S’s father was a brother of T’s father.
· The exam on 30 July was attended by R who is uncle of S.
· The exam was attended by Q on the day which is immediate before the day on which the exam
was attended by P.
· The exam on Wednesday was attended by T’s cousin.

38.

A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight family members sitting around a circular table in a


restaurant. All of them are facing the centre. Three of the family members are non-vegetarian
and other are vegetatian. All the eight family members are government servants. They are
Doctor, Engineer, IAS, IPS, Colonel, Scientist, Professor and Teacher, but not necessarily in the
same order. There are two married couples, three brothers, two
daughters, one granddaughter and one grandson in the group. Two of the female members in the
group A and H order for the same food. The food ordered in the restaurant are Mixed Veg,
Kofta, Matar-Paneer, Mutton Korma, Veg Biryani, Egg Biryani and Dal Makhani.

• G, a Doctor, is the head of the family, and is immediate neighbor of H and D.

• The granddaughter F is sitting third to the left of G. The grandmother of F


is sitting on the immediate left of her. F is a vegetarian.

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• E is sitting seconds right of his father G. He is a Colonel and orders for Dal Makhani.

• Only G’s daughter is sitting exactly between A and E. She orders for Veg Biryani and she is a
Scientist.

• H is an IAS officer and B is an IPS. Neither likes Kofta.

• The son of H is sitting on the immediate left of his father. His father is an Engineer.

• C is a Scientist and is sitting on the immediate left of her mother. She orders for Veg Biryani.

• D, the husband of the IAS, ordered for Egg Biryani and his mother orders for Mutton Korma.

• The one who is an IPS sits second to the right of A, who is an immediate neighbor of the
Scientist and the Professor.

• The Professor does not like Mixed Veg and the Doctor does not like Matar Paneer or Kofta.

39.

There are eight members of a family–A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H. All of them are sitting around a
circular table facing the centre. They belong to three different generations and there are three
married couples among them. Four of them are males and four of them are of the opposite gender
(though not necessarily in the same order.)They like different countries viz, Cambodia, Canada,
Chile, China, Colombia, Cuba, Croatia and Cyprus but not necessarily in the same order. Further,
some more information is also given.
The son-in-law and grandson of H are immediate neighbours. G cannot be an immediate
neighbour of her sister-in-law. G likes Canada.
B, a spinster, is sitting two places to the right of her grandfather E. Neither C nor E likes Croatia.
A and his sibling can’t sit to ether. Colombia is li ed by the brother-in-law of C.
There are only three persons sitting between the person who likes Cuba and her aunt D. C, a
married male, cannot be an immediate neighbour of either E or B. C does not like Cyprus or
Cambodia. Croatia is not liked by either D or H.
F and B are not siblings. E does not like Chile or Cambodia. There is only one person
sitting between C and his brother-in-law. Chile is not liked by the Son-in-law of H.

40.

Ten friends are going to a restaurant for the dinner. They are of different caste viz; Gupta,
Sharma, Bisht, Saxena, Verma, Malhotra, Mehra, Arora, Saini and Mukherjee, but not
necessarily in the same order. These ten persons are sitting in two rows in such a way that five
persons in each row and each person from one row is exactly opposite a person from the other
row. They are of different weight from 71 to 80, and sitting in such a way that the person has
weight in odd number is not opposite another person who has weight in odd number and no two
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persons who have weight in even number are adjacent to each other. Further information related
to positions of the persons is given below:
➡➡ The person whose caste is Malhotra has weight of 78 kg and is not sitting in the same row
in which the person whose weight is 74 or 76 kg is sitting.
➡➡The persons whose castes are Saxena and Verma are adjacent to the person whose weight is
76kg, but the person whose caste is Saxena is not sitting at an end.
➡➡The person whose caste is Mehra has weight of 75 kg and is not sitting in the same row in
which the person whose weight is 73 or 76 is sitting.
➡➡The person whose caste is Gupta is neither adjacent nor opposite to the person whose caste
is Mehra or The person whose caste is Bisht.
➡➡The person whose caste is Malhotra is sitting at the right end of the row.
➡➡The person whose weight is 76 kg is sitting second to the right end in its row.
➡➡The person whose caste is Sharma has weight in even number and is opposite to the person
whose weight is 71 kg.
➡➡The persons whose castes are Saini and Mukherjee are sitting in the same row. The person
whose weight is 76 kg is not sitting to the left of person whose weight is 77 kg.
➡➡ The person whose caste is Bisht has weight in odd number but not 71kg and is sitting in the
same row with the person whose caste is Mehra.
➡➡The person whose caste is Verma is sitting opposite to the person whose weight is 72 kg
and has weight neither 73 nor 71kg.

41.

Eight persons M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T belonging to different cities, viz Delhi, Kolkata,


Chennai, Mumbai, Lucknow, Jaipur, Pune and Bangalore, but not necessarily in the same order,
went to Hyderabad to attend an awareness programme to reduce pollution in our country. Each
had a different specialisation, viz Literature, Science, Economics, Marketing, Designing,
Information Technology, Choreography and Acting, but not necessarily in the same order. Q is
from Chennai. S does not have specialisation in Literature or Science. O is from Lucknow and he
has specialisation in Designing.Neither R nor S has specialisation
in Marketing or Information Technology. One who is from Chennai has specialisation in
Choreography. M and N have specialisation either in Information Technology or in Acting. P
does not have specialisation in Marketing and R does not have specialisation in Science.
One who is from Mumbai has specialisation in Literature and one who is from Delhi has
specialisation in Science. S and T belong either to Pune or to Kolkata. M and S do not belong to
Bangalore and Pune respectively. One who belongs to Jaipur has specialisation in Acting.

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42.

8 Boxes are of different colors Red, Black, White, Green, Blue, Brown, Yellow, Magenta , they
contain different chocolates 3,5,7,8,10,15,18 and 20. These chocolates will expire in different
years 2017,2018,2023,2027, 2030, 2032, 2036, 2037

There is one box below the one with 15 chocolates.


Magenta box is immediately above Brown box
there are two boxes in between the Box that will expire in 2017 and one that will expire in 2027,
box that will expire early is above.
Black box is 2 boxes above the box with 15 chocolates.The boxes with least difference in
number of chocolates have 4 boxes in between and one of them is Red.
Green box does not have 18 chocolates.
Box that will expire last has the highest number of chocolates and is at the bottom.
Black box has lowest number of chocolates and is immediately above white box. Difference in
their expiry is 7 years with White box expiring earlier.
Two boxes lay below the Red box.
Difference between the years Magenta and Green will expire is equal to the number of
chocolates in Brown box.
The difference between chocolates in the topmost and green box is greater than 5.
Total number of chocolates in yellow and black box is 10.
The difference between the years White and Green will expire is greater than the chocolates in
Magenta box.

43.

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Five army men P, Q, R, S and T from five different regiment Jat, Rajput, Kumaon, Bihar and
Dogra are going to three different places Kota, Jaipur and Surat by train for their joining. They
belong to five different cities viz; Almora, Pathankot, Patna, Karnal and Varanasi but not
necessarily in the same order. They have different sirnames viz; Singh, Negi,Chowdhary, Verma
and Sharma. They meet in the trains which are going from delhi to Mumbai.

(i) P does not go to Jaipur where the person from Pathankot is going.
(ii) The person, whose name is not P and does not from Kumaon regiment, is going to Kota. He
is the only person among the five who is going to Kota.
(iii) R neither belongs to Almora, nor does he from Rajput regiment.
(iv)The person whose sir name is Chowdhary is going to Jaipur whereas the person from Bihar
regiment does not go.
(v) Q and the person, who is from Kumaon regiment, both are going to the same place.
(vi)The person who belongs to Varanasi does not go with the person whose sir name is Negi who
is going to Jaipur.

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(vii) Q is not the person whose sir name is Chowdhary.
(viii) T, the person whose sir name is Singh, is going to Kota.
(ix) The person from Patna and the person, who is from Rajput regiment, both are going to
Jaipur. They are the only two among the five army men who are going to this place.
(x) The person, who is going to Kota, is from Jat regiment.
(xi) S, who does not belong to Karnal, is from Dogra regiment. He is not the person whose sir
name is Verma.
(xii) Q does not belong to Varanasi.
(xiii) The person from Karnal and the person whose sir name is Sharma, both are going to Surat.
(xiv) The person from Dogra regiment does not belong to Almora.

44.

Eight People – A, B, C, D, E, F, and G live in ten different floors of a building (but not
necessarily in the same order). Two of the floors in the building is vacant. The lowermost floor
of the building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two, and so on till the topmost
floor is numbered ten. Each one of them also likes different apps, namely WhatsApp, Wechat,
IMO, Hike,
Line, Viber, Google Allo and Telegram(but not necessarily in the same order).

The number of people living below F is same as the number of people living between F and H. F
lives an odd numbered floor above the floor numbered four. The top most floor is vacant. Only
one person lives between B and the one who likes Hike. Only three floors between D and the one
who likes Line. The number of floors between the one who likes Google Allo and the one who
likes Hike is two. The one who likes Viber lives immediately above G. Only three floors
between G and A. The one who likes TELEGRAM lives immediately above the one who likes
Whatsapp. C lives one of the odd numbered floors above the one who likes Line. The
number of floors between F and the one who likes WECHAT is only one. Only one person lives
between the one who likes TELEGRAM and the vacant floor. Only two people live between C
and vacant floor. The number of floors between two vacant floors is five. The one who likes
TELEGRAM and WECHAT not live in the floors numbered 8 and 7 respectively. The one who
likes Hike app lives immediately below the floor in which C lives.

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45.

8 kids A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H are playing a game. They are standing in a row, in front of them are 8
matchboxes with 5,7,8,9,12,13,16,17 matches. Kids are wearing T-shirts of Green, Black,
Magenta, Purple, Yellow, Blue, White and Orange color.
As per the game extreme left is at 1st position and extreme right is at 8th. Then they will change
their positions, there will be 4 arrangements. In every arrangement next arrangement is based on
position numbers based on previous arrangement -
In 1st arrangement , 1st will swap position with 3rd and 5th with 7th. In 2nd arrangement - 2nd
will swap with 4th and 6th with 8th.
3rd arrangement 1st will swap with 5th, 2nd with 6th, 3rd with 7th, 4th with 8th
last arrangement 4th - 1st with 7th, 2nd with 8th, 3rd with 5th and 4th with 6th
position of matchboxes remain same , only kids change their positions

Original arrangement -
matches of C = matches of A + matches of D
Purple has twice matches of B who is wearing orange
Black is adjacent to White and Purple
difference of A and F = twice of matches of black one
Magenta is at an extreme end, H (green) is at 4th left from magenta
3rd from left has 8 matches, one with 16 matches is not sitting 4th from right
White Kid has matches as much more than Magenta one as the one wearing Orange has

In 2nd arrangement - extreme right is wearing black


In 3rd arrangement - H has 5 matches in front of him
In 3rd arrangement - 3rd from the right has 13 matches originally
In 3rd arrangement - B is fourth from right

In 4th arrangement - C is at extreme left and has 12 matches


In 4th arrangement - F and C differ by 5 matches with F having more matches than C

Yellow and Blue Kids are adjacent throughout 4 arrangements with yellow wearing kid having
more matches than Blue kid in original arrangement

Find the original arrangement

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46.

Seven persons – A, B, C, D, E, F and G live on seven different floors of a building but not
necessarily in same order. Lowermost floor of building is numbered 1, one above that is
numbered 2 and so on till top most floor is numbered 7. Each one of them also own different
brands of Car, namely Fiat, Hyundai, Honda, Skoda, Toyoto, Ford and Chevrolet.(but not
necessarily in same order). All of them went to tour on seven different days starting from
Monday to Sunday(of the same week) A lives an odd numbered floor but not on floor numbered
Three. Only two persons live between D and the one who owns Toyoto. The one who owns
Honda lives immediately above C. The one who owns Toyoto went to tour on
one of the days before Thursday.The one who owns Hyundai lives on odd numbered floors
above D. B lives on the floors above E. Only three persons live between C and the one who owns
Hyundai. The person who went to tour on Friday owns Fiat Car.The one who owns Fiat lives
immediately above the one who owns Chevrolet. G lives on an odd numbered floor. E
does not own Honda. D went to tour on SundayOnly one person lives between B and E. The one
who owns Toyoto lives immediately above A. Neither C nor A owns Skoda. The one who went
to tour on Wednesday immediately after the one who owns Hyundai.The one who owns Honda
went to tour immediately before the one who lives in floor no 3. There are
two persons live between the floor no 4 and the person who went to tour on Wednesday. The one
who went to tour on Wednesday is not C.

47.

Nine people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I stay in a building. The building has nine floors and only
one person stays on one floor. Each of them likes different actors namelyAjay
Devgan, Anil Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor,Akshay Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan,
Arjun Rampal, Abhay Deol and Abhishek Bachchan. Each person belongs to different cities, i.e.
Mumbai, Delhi, Agra, Kolkata, Chennai, Lucknow, Nagpur, Baroda andJaipur, but not
necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above it is numbered 2,
and so on,and the topmost floor is numbered 9.The one who belongs to Baroda stays on the
fourth floor. A does not belong to Lucknow and does not like Aamir Khan and Abhay Deol.
There are three floors between the floors on which C and G stay. D stays on a floor immediately
above the I’s floor. The one who likes Arjun Rampal stays on an even numbered floor. F does
not belong to Jaipur .The one who belongs to Mumbai stays on the topmost floor. The one who
likes Akshay Kumar stays immediate below to the one who likes Ajay Devgan. F likes Aamir
Khan and does not stay on the ground floor. H belongs to Kolkata and stays on an evennumbered
floor and he likes Akshay Kumar. E stays on the second floor and belongs to Agra. There are
three people between the one who likes
Anil Kapoor and the one who likes Abhay Deol. The person who likes Anil Kapoor stays below
the person who likes Abhay Deol.The one who belongs to Jaipur stays on the third
floor. The one who likes Amitabh Bachchan does not stay on sixth floor. There are two floors
between the floors on which the people who are from Nagpur and Kolkata stay. The person who
likes Abhay Deol is from Nagpur. C belongs to Delhi. The one who likes Abhishek Bachchan
stays immediate above to C. There is one floor between the floors on which F and G stay. There

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is one floor between the floors in which the one who likes Arjun Kapoor and the one who likes
Abhishek Bachchan stay. A stays on an evennumbered floor below the floor on which H stays.

48.
Five friends, namely Punit, Manav, Saurabh, Ashu and Sahil with their surnames being
Sharma, Mahajan, Gemini, Singh and Tiwari (not necessarily in that order), went for
shopping. Each friend prefer an apparel of a particular brand.The brands are Colour plus,
Pepe, Numero Uno, Levis, and Raymonds (not necessarily in that order). They purchased
Jeans, Tshirt, Shirt, Suit and Pant. The amounts spent by each of them is Rs. 300, Rs.
800, Rs. 900, Rs. 1600 and Rs. 2100 (not necessarily in that order).
i. Mr Singh spent more than Punit and the man who purchased brand Color plus, but less
than the man who purchased the brand Numero Uno.
ii. Saurabh spent thrice as much as the man who purchased the T-shirt.
iii. The Numero Uno item purchased cost 7 times as much as the Levis item.
iv. The person who purchased Jeans spent less than the man who buys brand Raymonds
but more than the man who bought Color plus brand.
v. Mr Gemini spent more than the man who bought brand Levis and one who bought
Shirt but less than Ashu and Mr. Tiwari.
vi. Suit was the costliest item.
vii. Person who purchased Pant spent less than Sahil.
viii. One person is having the name and surname starting with same alphabet.

49.

Ten Stationery items Pencil, Books, Notes, Pens, Sharpners, Chalk, Stickers, Gum, Scale, Covers are
palced in 10 boxes numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 are placed adjacent to one another in two
different rows of 5 boxes each.
Boxes with odd numbers are situated opposite to the boxes with even numbers and no two even
number boxes with even number and no two boxes with odd numbers are adjacent to each other. No
two boxes have consecutive numbers.
Box no 8 is occupied by books and it is to the extreme left of one end of the row.
Box 4 and 6 are not in the row of box no 8 and any of the boxes numbered 4, 6, and 3 are not in the
middle of the row.
Gums are placed in Box no 5.and its box is not situated in the row where box no 6 is situated.
Notes are placed in an odd numbered box and placed in a row where Books are situated but both are
not adjacent to each other.
Sharpner’s and Chalk’s box are adjacent to box no 6 and Chalk’s box is not adjacent to box no 4.
Pencil’s & Cover’s box are placed in the same row. Pen’s box is even numbered but not 10 and
diagonally opposite to box no 1 which contains stickers

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Box no 6 is second from the one of the end of the row. Stickers’s box is neither opposite to Sharpners’s
box nor adjacent to it.

50.

In an annual function of a school five students viz C, K, J, L and B participated in discus throw
competition. All of them throw discus but discus was thrown by them to different distances. The
distances were 27,29,31,33 and 35 feet. Similarly the colour of shirt of each person was different.
Shirt colours were black, blue, brown, green and red.
Each person was called to throw discus one by one.
1. K and the person who was given the chance at fifth position threw the discus more than 30
feet. And neither of the two was in blue shirt.
2. J shirt was green. He threw the discus immediately before the person who got the first rank.
3. The person in red shirt threw the discus two feet less then the person who threw the discus
only after one person.
4.B was called first to throw the discus. But he did not get the last rank.
5. One who threw the discus immediately after C was in brown shirt.
6. L was not the person who threw the discus at 31 or at 35 feet.
7 The person in black shirt did not throw the discuss at 33 feet.
8 The person in blue shirt did not throw the discus at 2nd or 4th position.

51.

There are ten friends(some of them blood relatives also) who were graduated from Jaypee
University. Among them, two friends, Sikha and Vasudev Wadhawan are getting married and
rest 8 friends decided to finance his/her world tour as a wedding gift. Their eight friends are
Shivali, Vidhi, Ankita , Varun , Rohit, Gunjan, Shreya, and Shrey. They went to attend the
marriage ceremony at Westend Green Banquet Hall in Janakpuri , Delhi on 15th Feb 2017 in
different colored dresses viz. red, green, blue, magenta, pink, white, black and

yellow. They are thinking different City/Country for new couple’s world tour as per their liking
i.e Australia, Switzerland, London, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong kong, Paris, and Canada. There
are four boys and four girls.

Shivali wore red colored dress and her brother thought for Malaysia. Shrey thought for Canada
and his friend likes Singapore. Rohit likes Malaysia and neither he nor Ankita wore white,
yellow, or black colored dress. Pink colored dress is worn by a girl and the boy who likes Hong
Kong did not wear green colored dress. The one who wore blue colored dress, thought
Switzerland. Varun wore magenta colored dress. Shreya doesn’t like Singapore or London, but
wore Yellow colored dress. Vidhi doesn’t like white colored dress. None of the girls likes
Singapore and none of the boys like Australia. Also, the girl who likes London doesn’t like

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magenta or red colored dress. Shreya’s brother Gunjan doesn’t like Singapore and black colored
dress. Ankita doesn’t like blue colored dress, and Shivali doesn’t like Paris.

52.

There are five units i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Each unit has a different height. Also each unit contains
books and boxes. Unit2 is above unit1 and unit3 is above unit2 and so on. Every unit is belongs
to different city i.e. Bengaluru, Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and Jaipur. The

total height of all five units is equal to 252”ft. *Total Height of Unit is equal to the total height of
books plus total height of boxes in each unit. *Height of books is not equal to the height of
boxes. Unless specified so. The books belongs to Chennai is an even unit. The total height of
unit1 is 75”ft. Mumbai is not a unit1. The total height of unit, which belongs

to Mumbai is 55”ft. There is only one gap between Chennai and Delhi. The height of books and
height of boxes in unit3 are equal. The height of books in unit2 is not less than 30”ft. The height
of books are in unit4 is four more than the height of books, which is in unit3. The total height of
Chennai is not 37”ft. The total height of unit, which contains 37”ft is not taking a place, which is
immediate above the unit, which contains 20”ft more than the unit, which belongs to Mumbai.
The height of boxes in unit2 is 23”ft. Unit belongs to Jaipur does not contain the equal height of
books and boxes. The total height of unit2 is an odd number and height is more than 50”ft and
less than 55”ft. Unit1 contains 23”ft height of boxes more than unit4 contains height of boxes
and unit5 contains 7”ft height of books less than unit1 contains.

53.

Ten persons from ten different countries viz. Denmark, Japan, Pakistan, India, Mauritius,
Canada, Hungary, Bangladesh, Russia and Singapore are sitting in two parallel rows containing
five people each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. In row
1- A, B, C, D and E are seated and some of them are facing South

and some of them are facing North. In row 2 – P, Q, R, S and T are seated and some of them are
facing South and some of them are facing North. Therefore in the given seating arrangement,
each member seated in a row either faces another member of the other row or seated behind
each other.(All the information given above does not necessarily

represent the order of seating in the final arrangement.)S is not from Pakistan. D is neither from
Mauritius nor from Canada. P sits immediate right of the person from Russia. R sits one of the
extreme ends of the line and from Russia. C sits third to the right of person from Japan. P does
not face A and faces south direction. The person from Denmark sits

exactly between the persons from Singapore and Mauritius. The person from Canada faces the
person from Singapore. T faces North Direction and sits immediate left of Q. Only one person sit

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between the persons from Pakistan and India. The person from India sits to the immediate right
of Q, who seated exactly in the middle of the row. P faces one of the

immediate neighbors of the person from Japan. D faces one of the immediate neighbors of the
person from Pakistan. Only One person sits between the person from Russia and Q. C sits to the
immediate right of the person who faces S. Only two people sit between C and E. S is neither
from Denmark nor from Bangladesh. The person from Mauritius sits second to the right of the
one who faces North Direction. One of the immediate neighbors of the person from Mauritius
behind the person from Pakistan. A faces the opposite direction to the person from Hungary.

54.

Twelve students namely viz A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J,K and L of twelve different colleges have
Seminar in six different months namely viz January, February, June, July, September and
October on twelve different days i.e., (all persons have different dates) from 9th to 20th of any
month but not necessarily in the same order. Two students must have seminar in the same month.
Each student stays in a hostel in different floor. The ground floor of the building is numbered 1,
the one above that is numbered 2 and so on till the topmost floor is numbered 12. There are five
floors between the person who have seminar in June. The persons who have seminar in June
does not occupy the floor above the floor numbered 10 and also not occupy the floor below the
floor numbered 4. G stayed on the second floor and has a seminar on 19th. The one who stayed
on the first floor has a seminar in September. E has a seminar on the date immediately after the
date on which K has seminar. There are two persons live between G and H. The floor number
and the seminar date is same for the
person B. The person who has seminar on 15th lives immediately below E. K has seminar on one
of the dates after 12 and before 16. There are four persons live between K and E. K has seminar
in the month of June. B and I have seminar in the same month which has 31 days. D who lived in
floor numbered 11, has the seminar in the month which has less than 30 days. Only one person
live between two persons who have seminar in the month of October. The persons who have
seminar in the month of october live two of the floors above the floor numbered 6. There are five
floors between B and I. There are six floors between the person J and the person who has
seminar in the month of September. The person F stays in a middle between the person E and C.
L does not have seminar in the month of June. The person who has seminar on 17th lives
immediately above the person who has seminar on 20. H does not have seminar on 20th. L does
not have seminar on 16th. There is only one person lives between the persons who have seminar
in the month of July. There are four floors between the persons who have seminar on 19th and
10th. The person who has seminar on 17th lives immediately above the person who has seminar
on 20. H does not have seminar on 20th. A does not have seminar on 11th. The person who has
seminar on 18th lives immediately above the person who has seminar on 11.

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55.

There are seven buildings namely, A, B, C, D, E, F and G of different floors ranging from 4 to 7.
The buildings are located in different areas among Mayur Vihar, Prashant Vihar, Anand Vihar,
Model Town, Subhash Nagar and Ajmeri Gate. The buildings are of different colors among Red,
Yellow, Green, Brown, Black. Not more than two buildings have same number of floors. Not
more than two buildings are of same color. Also, not more than two buildings are located in the
same area. The following information is known about them.
i. F is in neither Ajmeri Gate nor Anand Vihar.
ii. The only building in Mayur Vihar area is of Red color and is either B or F.
iii. A is in Prashant Vihar and A is the only building of black color.
iv. E and F are of same color.
v. Only one of the buildings of 6 floors is in Ajmeri Gate.
vi. B has floors less than only G.
vii. The two buildings form an only pair that lie in same area, are of same color and have same
number of floors.
viii. The building which has two floors more than C lie in Model Town is of Yellow color and no
other building is of same color or lies in same area and is not D.
viii. The building which has two floors more than C lie in Model Town is of Yellow color and no
other building is of same color or lies in same area and is not D.
ix. Only one of the buildings of 4 floors is of brown color.
x. D is neither a black nor a brown colored building and doesn’t have same floors with any of E
or F.
xi. A and C do not have same number of floors.

56.

Twelve friends are sitting in two parallel rows of chairs containing six people each, in such a
way that there is equal distance between adjacent persons. In row 1: A, B, C, D, E and F are
seated and all of them are facing south. In row 2: P, Q, R, S, T and U are seated and all of them
are facing north. Each of them likes different color such as, Red, Pink, Blue, Green, Yellow,
Orange, White, Black, Brown, Indigo, Cream and Purple but not necessarily in the same order.
Each of them like different cars: BMW, Audi, Mercedes, Ferrari, Jaguar, Hyundai, Honda,
Volkswagen, Maruti, Toyota, Tata and Bentley. In the given seating arrangement, each member
seated in a row faces another member of the other row.
E, whose favorite car is Hyundai sits third to the left of the person who likes Pink and not sitting
at the extreme end. D, who likes Green, does not sit at an extreme end of the row. If E sits at an
extreme end then D doesn’t sit to the immediate right of the one who likes Pink. T and R face the
persons whose favorite cars are Hyundai and Jaguar respectively. There are two persons sitting
on the right side of S, who sits second to the right of the person, whose favorite car is Toyota. S,
who likes Yellow, faces the immediate neighbor of C. C likes Blue. R sits with the persons who
like Yellow and Purple. F faces the person who likes Cream color and Bentley car but F does not

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like Pink. The one who likes purple color doesn’t sit with the one who likes cream color. The
person, who likes Indigo color, sits second to the right of the person who likes Orange. P does
not like Cream and faces the person, who likes Red. The person who likes Maruti is an
immediate neighbor of the person who likes Black. A’s favorite car is Ferrari and he doesn’t sit
with C. T does not like Audi car. The person, whose favorite car is BMW, faces the person, who
sits second to the right of the person, whose favorite car is Jaguar. The person whose favorite car
is Volkswagen does not sit in row 2 and faces the person who likes Tata. Q faces the person who
likes Honda. A doesn’t face the person who likes orange color. The one who likes white sits in
Row 2.

57.

In Delhi Olympic, eight participants won different number of medals from 1 to 8 in no particular
order. The eight participants are from three different countries– Brazil, Russia and China. The
eight participants are Rahul, Yogesh, Virat, Sania, Nadal, Sindhu, Karun and Ussain, in no
particular order. Three of them are from Russia, three are from Brazil and two are from China.
The following information is known about them:
a. The participant who won only one medal does not belong to Brazil.
b. Nadal won lesser number of medals than Yogesh and Ussain.
c. The participant who won eight medals is not from Russia.
d. Sania is from Brazil.
e. Sindhu won lesser number of medals than both Rahul and Sania, but more number of medals
when compared to both Ussain and Yogesh.
f. Karun is not from Russia.
g. Nadal who does not belong to Russia, didn’t win the least number of medals.
h. Rahul won more number of medals than Sania. Also, there is only one person who won the
number of medals, which is between the number of medals won by Rahul and Sania.
i. Ussain, who is from Brazil didn’t win three medals.
j. If Karun belongs to China then the person winning 2 medals must be from Russia.

58.

Eight people P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting in a straight line facing North. Each one of
them has joined in a company in different years viz. 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996
and 1997 but not necessarily in the same order.
i. V sits third to the right of the person who joined in 1994. The person who joined in 1997 sits
second to the right of V. P and T are immediate neighbors of each other.
ii. Neither P nor T had joined either in 1994 or 1997. Neither P nor T is an immediate neighbor
of V.
iii. W sits third to the right of the person who joined in 1990. Neither P nor T had joined in 1990.
W did not join in 1997.
iv. Only two persons sit between T and the person who joined in 1996. The person who joined in

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1991 sits to the immediate left of S.
v. Only one person sits between T and Q. R joined on one of the years before 1996. T joined
after 1993. V joined after P.

59.

There are nine persons Raman, Rohan, Naksh, Shourya, Armaan, Atul, Rahul, Shashank, Sid
sitting in a row facing in north and south directions not necessarily in the same order. They live
on different floor in a six storey building. Consider ground floor as 1st, first as second and 5th as
top floor i.e. 6th floor. At least one person lives on one floor but not more than two persons live
on the same floor. The following information is known about them.
Naksh’s immediate neighbor lives on the same floor on which Shashank lives. Shourya lives on
6th floor and he sits 2nd to the right of Sid facing in the same direction and none of them sits on
any end or with Raman. Rahul and Armaan face in the same direction. Naksh who lives on
1st floor, sits immediately left of Rahul and they both face in opposite directions. Raman and
Armaan live on the same floor. The persons at the ends face in same direction as that of Sid. The
one who lives on 4thfloor, sits 2nd to the left of Naksh but is neither Shashank nor Raman. Rahul
lives on 2nd floor. Armaan sits 3rd to the left of Raman and 3rd from the right end. The only pair
who lives on 3rd floor is sitting together but facing in opposite directions.
.

60.
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Each of six boys – Albert, Bill, Craig, Daley, Eden and Fred – play different games
among Football, Basketball, Cricket, Table Tennis, Soccer and Badminton – not
necessarily same order, and are from different colleges viz., DAV, Thapar, NIT, IIT, PU
and DU, not necessarily in the same order. They are sitting around a circular table facing
the centre. The following information is known about them:
I. The boys who play Football and Basketball are sitting opposite each other.
II. The boy who plays Cricket is to be immediate right of the person who plays Soccer.
III. The one who plays Badminton is from DAV, is to the immediate left of the one who
plays Basketball.
IV. Albert and Daley are sitting opposite to each other and neither of them is from
Thapar.
V. The persons from NIT and PU are sitting opposite to each other and neither of them
plays Football.
VI. Craig is from NIT and is to the immediate left of the person from Thapar.
VII. Albert is to the immediate left of Fred.

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