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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1–5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
There are 10 shelves numbered 1, 2… 10. They are arranged in two rows one above the other. The shelves 1, 2, ….5 are in row 1 and rest in row 2 which is above row 1. The shelves are arranged in increasing order of number given to them. Like the shelf number 1 is placed on extreme left of row 1, then shelf number 2 and so on. Similarly the shelf number 6 is placed on extreme left of row 2, and so on. Each shelf contains a certain number of glass slabs and photo frames. There is at least one glass slab in each shelf. The length of each glass slab is 10 cm and that of each photo frame is 8 cm.
The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame. There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2. The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs. The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
What is the total length of blue, red and green shelves?
Correct
Ans: 2
Hence, the length of red, blue and green shelves is 160 cm.Solution:
 The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame.
Case 1:
 There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2.
Case 1:
 The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
Hence, the length of row 1 is 300 cm. So, length of green shelf is 66 cm.
Hence, the length of row 2 is 242 cm. So, length of white shelf is 54 cm.
Incorrect
Ans: 2
Hence, the length of red, blue and green shelves is 160 cm.Solution:
 The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame.
Case 1:
 There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2.
Case 1:
 The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
Hence, the length of row 1 is 300 cm. So, length of green shelf is 66 cm.
Hence, the length of row 2 is 242 cm. So, length of white shelf is 54 cm.

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1–5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
There are 10 shelves numbered 1, 2… 10. They are arranged in two rows one above the other. The shelves 1, 2, ….5 are in row 1 and rest in row 2 which is above row 1. The shelves are arranged in increasing order of number given to them. Like the shelf number 1 is placed on extreme left of row 1, then shelf number 2 and so on. Similarly the shelf number 6 is placed on extreme left of row 2, and so on. Each shelf contains a certain number of glass slabs and photo frames. There is at least one glass slab in each shelf. The length of each glass slab is 10 cm and that of each photo frame is 8 cm.
The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame. There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2. The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs. The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
How many shelves are present between silver and green shelf?
Correct
Ans: 4
Hence, three shelves are present between silver and green shelf.Solution:
 The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame.
Case 1:
 There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2.
Case 1:
 The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
Hence, the length of row 1 is 300 cm. So, length of green shelf is 66 cm.
Hence, the length of row 2 is 242 cm. So, length of white shelf is 54 cm.
Incorrect
Ans: 4
Hence, three shelves are present between silver and green shelf.Solution:
 The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame.
Case 1:
 There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2.
Case 1:
 The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
Hence, the length of row 1 is 300 cm. So, length of green shelf is 66 cm.
Hence, the length of row 2 is 242 cm. So, length of white shelf is 54 cm.

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1–5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
There are 10 shelves numbered 1, 2… 10. They are arranged in two rows one above the other. The shelves 1, 2, ….5 are in row 1 and rest in row 2 which is above row 1. The shelves are arranged in increasing order of number given to them. Like the shelf number 1 is placed on extreme left of row 1, then shelf number 2 and so on. Similarly the shelf number 6 is placed on extreme left of row 2, and so on. Each shelf contains a certain number of glass slabs and photo frames. There is at least one glass slab in each shelf. The length of each glass slab is 10 cm and that of each photo frame is 8 cm.
The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame. There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2. The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs. The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
How many total glass slabs of row 1 shelves contain?
Correct
Ans: 1
Hence, row 1 shelves contain 18 glass slabs.Solution:
 The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame.
Case 1:
 There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2.
Case 1:
 The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
Hence, the length of row 1 is 300 cm. So, length of green shelf is 66 cm.
Hence, the length of row 2 is 242 cm. So, length of white shelf is 54 cm.
Incorrect
Ans: 1
Hence, row 1 shelves contain 18 glass slabs.Solution:
 The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame.
Case 1:
 There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2.
Case 1:
 The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
Hence, the length of row 1 is 300 cm. So, length of green shelf is 66 cm.
Hence, the length of row 2 is 242 cm. So, length of white shelf is 54 cm.

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1–5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
There are 10 shelves numbered 1, 2… 10. They are arranged in two rows one above the other. The shelves 1, 2, ….5 are in row 1 and rest in row 2 which is above row 1. The shelves are arranged in increasing order of number given to them. Like the shelf number 1 is placed on extreme left of row 1, then shelf number 2 and so on. Similarly the shelf number 6 is placed on extreme left of row 2, and so on. Each shelf contains a certain number of glass slabs and photo frames. There is at least one glass slab in each shelf. The length of each glass slab is 10 cm and that of each photo frame is 8 cm.
The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame. There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2. The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs. The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
Which of the following shelf is present below the yellow shelf?
Correct
Ans: 4
Hence, orange shelf is present below the yellow shelf.Solution:
 The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame.
Case 1:
 There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2.
Case 1:
 The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
Hence, the length of row 1 is 300 cm. So, length of green shelf is 66 cm.
Hence, the length of row 2 is 242 cm. So, length of white shelf is 54 cm.
Incorrect
Ans: 4
Hence, orange shelf is present below the yellow shelf.Solution:
 The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame.
Case 1:
 There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2.
Case 1:
 The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
Hence, the length of row 1 is 300 cm. So, length of green shelf is 66 cm.
Hence, the length of row 2 is 242 cm. So, length of white shelf is 54 cm.

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1–5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
There are 10 shelves numbered 1, 2… 10. They are arranged in two rows one above the other. The shelves 1, 2, ….5 are in row 1 and rest in row 2 which is above row 1. The shelves are arranged in increasing order of number given to them. Like the shelf number 1 is placed on extreme left of row 1, then shelf number 2 and so on. Similarly the shelf number 6 is placed on extreme left of row 2, and so on. Each shelf contains a certain number of glass slabs and photo frames. There is at least one glass slab in each shelf. The length of each glass slab is 10 cm and that of each photo frame is 8 cm.
The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame. There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2. The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs. The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
Which of the following have lesser number of photo frames?
Correct
Ans: 3
Hence, blue contains the lesser number of photo frames.Solution:
 The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame.
Case 1:
 There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2.
Case 1:
 The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
Hence, the length of row 1 is 300 cm. So, length of green shelf is 66 cm.
Hence, the length of row 2 is 242 cm. So, length of white shelf is 54 cm.
Incorrect
Ans: 3
Hence, blue contains the lesser number of photo frames.Solution:
 The shelf 3 has length 36 cm. There is one shelf between shelf 3 and silver shelf. The silver shelf contains 1 glass slab and 6 photo frames more than that in shelf 3. The blue shelf is just above the silver shelf. The blue shelf contains same number of glass slabs as silver shelf and 1 photo frame.
Case 1:
 There are 2 shelves between blue and yellow slabs. The length of yellow shelf is 8 cm greater than the blue shelf. The violet shelf is immediate next in number to yellow shelf. The violet shelf contains 1 glass slab more than that in blue shelf and 1 photo frame less than that in yellow shelf. There is one shelf between violet and red shelves. The pink shelf is just below the red shelf. There is one shelf between pink and green shelf. White shelf is in row 2.
Case 1:
 The black shelf is just below the white shelf. The length of orange shelf is 18cm less than the length of silver shelf. The green shelf has greater than or equal to four glass slabs.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 The length of black shelf is 8 cm less than the shelf immediate next in number. The white shelf has same number of photo frames and glass slabs. The red shelf has 1 glass slab more than white shelf. The length of red shelf is 28 cm more than the length of black shelf. The length of row 1 is 300 cm and that of row 2 is 242 cm.
Hence, the length of row 1 is 300 cm. So, length of green shelf is 66 cm.
Hence, the length of row 2 is 242 cm. So, length of white shelf is 54 cm.

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (610): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
Some numbers of cars are parked in a linear row and all of them are facing in South direction.
Only three cars are parked between Q and C. Only two cars parked between C and F. E is not an immediate neighbour of C. D is third to the right of Q. More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. Less than two cars parked between D and A. Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Each car is moved facing the South direction according to following condition:
G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6m east of C. F is 4km north of C.
Who among the following parked on extreme left end?
Correct
Ans: 3
Hence, F is parked on extreme end of the line.Solution:
 D is third to the right of Q. Only three cars are parked between Q and C. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Only two cars parked between C and F.
 More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. Less than two cars parked between D and A. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C.
 Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. E is not an immediate neighbour of C.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6km east of C. F is 4km north of C.
Incorrect
Ans: 3
Hence, F is parked on extreme end of the line.Solution:
 D is third to the right of Q. Only three cars are parked between Q and C. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Only two cars parked between C and F.
 More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. Less than two cars parked between D and A. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C.
 Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. E is not an immediate neighbour of C.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6km east of C. F is 4km north of C.

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (610): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
Some numbers of cars are parked in a linear row and all of them are facing in South direction.
Only three cars are parked between Q and C. Only two cars parked between C and F. E is not an immediate neighbour of C. D is third to the right of Q. More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. Less than two cars parked between D and A. Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Each car is moved facing the South direction according to following condition:
G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6m east of C. F is 4km north of C.
What is the direction of car E with respect to car F?
Correct
Ans: 2
Hence, car E is in South – East direction with respect to car F.Solution:
 D is third to the right of Q. Only three cars are parked between Q and C. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Only two cars parked between C and F.
 More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. Less than two cars parked between D and A. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C.
 Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. E is not an immediate neighbour of C.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6km east of C. F is 4km north of C.
Incorrect
Ans: 2
Hence, car E is in South – East direction with respect to car F.Solution:
 D is third to the right of Q. Only three cars are parked between Q and C. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Only two cars parked between C and F.
 More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. Less than two cars parked between D and A. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C.
 Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. E is not an immediate neighbour of C.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6km east of C. F is 4km north of C.

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (610): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
Some numbers of cars are parked in a linear row and all of them are facing in South direction.
Only three cars are parked between Q and C. Only two cars parked between C and F. E is not an immediate neighbour of C. D is third to the right of Q. More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. Less than two cars parked between D and A. Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Each car is moved facing the South direction according to following condition:
G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6m east of C. F is 4km north of C.
How many cars are parked in the line?
Correct
Ans: 3
Hence, 16 cars are parked in the line.Solution:
 D is third to the right of Q. Only three cars are parked between Q and C. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Only two cars parked between C and F.
 More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. Less than two cars parked between D and A. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C.
 Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. E is not an immediate neighbour of C.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6km east of C. F is 4km north of C.
Incorrect
Ans: 3
Hence, 16 cars are parked in the line.Solution:
 D is third to the right of Q. Only three cars are parked between Q and C. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Only two cars parked between C and F.
 More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. Less than two cars parked between D and A. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C.
 Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. E is not an immediate neighbour of C.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6km east of C. F is 4km north of C.

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (610): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
Some numbers of cars are parked in a linear row and all of them are facing in South direction.
Only three cars are parked between Q and C. Only two cars parked between C and F. E is not an immediate neighbour of C. D is third to the right of Q. More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. Less than two cars parked between D and A. Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Each car is moved facing the South direction according to following condition:
G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6m east of C. F is 4km north of C.
Which of the following cars are immediate neighbours of each other?
Correct
Ans: 3
Hence, F and E are immediate neighbours of each other.Solution:
 D is third to the right of Q. Only three cars are parked between Q and C. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Only two cars parked between C and F.
 More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. Less than two cars parked between D and A. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C.
 Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. E is not an immediate neighbour of C.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6km east of C. F is 4km north of C.
Incorrect
Ans: 3
Hence, F and E are immediate neighbours of each other.Solution:
 D is third to the right of Q. Only three cars are parked between Q and C. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Only two cars parked between C and F.
 More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. Less than two cars parked between D and A. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C.
 Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. E is not an immediate neighbour of C.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6km east of C. F is 4km north of C.

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (610): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
Some numbers of cars are parked in a linear row and all of them are facing in South direction.
Only three cars are parked between Q and C. Only two cars parked between C and F. E is not an immediate neighbour of C. D is third to the right of Q. More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. Less than two cars parked between D and A. Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Each car is moved facing the South direction according to following condition:
G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6m east of C. F is 4km north of C.
What is the direction of car G with respect to car C?
Correct
Ans: 1
Hence, car G is in North – East direction with respect to car C.Solution:
 D is third to the right of Q. Only three cars are parked between Q and C. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Only two cars parked between C and F.
 More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. Less than two cars parked between D and A. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C.
 Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. E is not an immediate neighbour of C.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6km east of C. F is 4km north of C.
Incorrect
Ans: 1
Hence, car G is in North – East direction with respect to car C.Solution:
 D is third to the right of Q. Only three cars are parked between Q and C. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C. Only two cars parked between C and F.
 More than three cars parked between Q and A and A is to the right of Q. Less than two cars parked between D and A. There is no immediate neighbour of A and C.
 Less than two cars parked between E and the car which is parked on left extreme end and no less than 13 cars parked between G and E. Less than five cars parked between G and D and A is to the left of G. E is not an immediate neighbour of C.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.
 G is 4km east of A. D is 2km north of A. Q is 4km south of D. C is 2km west of Q. E is 6km east of C. F is 4km north of C.
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