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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q1 – 5) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten IT Employees A, B, L, D, E, P, N, R, S and T live on three different flats in four floors. Each floor has 3 flats – flat 1, flat 2, flat 3 in the same order from left to right. Ground floor is numbered one and top most floor is numbered four. Each flat is built in such a way that flat – 1 of floor 2 exactly above the flat 1 of floor – 1 and exactly below the flat – 1 of floor – 3. Similarly flat – 2, and flat – 3 of each floors constructed. The two vacant flats are on even numbered floor and in even numbered flat.
N lives in the flat immediately above B. The flat between E and R is vacant and E lives in one of the flat above R. A does not live on even numbered floor and even numbered flat. P lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the left of R. T and S lives on the same floor and no one else is living with them on that floor. A lives on a floor immediately above N’s floor and the L live on one of the floor on which one flat is vacant. T and L both lives in the flat which is numbered 1. D lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the right of E.Who among following is living immediately above R?
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Answer – 5. No one
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Answer – 5. No one

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q1 – 5) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten IT Employees A, B, L, D, E, P, N, R, S and T live on three different flats in four floors. Each floor has 3 flats – flat 1, flat 2, flat 3 in the same order from left to right. Ground floor is numbered one and top most floor is numbered four. Each flat is built in such a way that flat – 1 of floor 2 exactly above the flat 1 of floor – 1 and exactly below the flat – 1 of floor – 3. Similarly flat – 2, and flat – 3 of each floors constructed. The two vacant flats are on even numbered floor and in even numbered flat.
N lives in the flat immediately above B. The flat between E and R is vacant and E lives in one of the flat above R. A does not live on even numbered floor and even numbered flat. P lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the left of R. T and S lives on the same floor and no one else is living with them on that floor. A lives on a floor immediately above N’s floor and the L live on one of the floor on which one flat is vacant. T and L both lives in the flat which is numbered 1. D lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the right of E.Which of the following statement is true about A?
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Answer – 5. A and D lives on the same floor
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Answer – 5. A and D lives on the same floor

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q1 – 5) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten IT Employees A, B, L, D, E, P, N, R, S and T live on three different flats in four floors. Each floor has 3 flats – flat 1, flat 2, flat 3 in the same order from left to right. Ground floor is numbered one and top most floor is numbered four. Each flat is built in such a way that flat – 1 of floor 2 exactly above the flat 1 of floor – 1 and exactly below the flat – 1 of floor – 3. Similarly flat – 2, and flat – 3 of each floors constructed. The two vacant flats are on even numbered floor and in even numbered flat.
N lives in the flat immediately above B. The flat between E and R is vacant and E lives in one of the flat above R. A does not live on even numbered floor and even numbered flat. P lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the left of R. T and S lives on the same floor and no one else is living with them on that floor. A lives on a floor immediately above N’s floor and the L live on one of the floor on which one flat is vacant. T and L both lives in the flat which is numbered 1. D lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the right of E.Who among the following lives on the ground floor?
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Answer – 5. Both 2 and 3
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Answer – 5. Both 2 and 3

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q1 – 5) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten IT Employees A, B, L, D, E, P, N, R, S and T live on three different flats in four floors. Each floor has 3 flats – flat 1, flat 2, flat 3 in the same order from left to right. Ground floor is numbered one and top most floor is numbered four. Each flat is built in such a way that flat – 1 of floor 2 exactly above the flat 1 of floor – 1 and exactly below the flat – 1 of floor – 3. Similarly flat – 2, and flat – 3 of each floors constructed. The two vacant flats are on even numbered floor and in even numbered flat.
N lives in the flat immediately above B. The flat between E and R is vacant and E lives in one of the flat above R. A does not live on even numbered floor and even numbered flat. P lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the left of R. T and S lives on the same floor and no one else is living with them on that floor. A lives on a floor immediately above N’s floor and the L live on one of the floor on which one flat is vacant. T and L both lives in the flat which is numbered 1. D lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the right of E.Which of the following does not belong to a certain group?
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Answer – 4. E
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Answer – 4. E

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q1 – 5) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten IT Employees A, B, L, D, E, P, N, R, S and T live on three different flats in four floors. Each floor has 3 flats – flat 1, flat 2, flat 3 in the same order from left to right. Ground floor is numbered one and top most floor is numbered four. Each flat is built in such a way that flat – 1 of floor 2 exactly above the flat 1 of floor – 1 and exactly below the flat – 1 of floor – 3. Similarly flat – 2, and flat – 3 of each floors constructed. The two vacant flats are on even numbered floor and in even numbered flat.
N lives in the flat immediately above B. The flat between E and R is vacant and E lives in one of the flat above R. A does not live on even numbered floor and even numbered flat. P lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the left of R. T and S lives on the same floor and no one else is living with them on that floor. A lives on a floor immediately above N’s floor and the L live on one of the floor on which one flat is vacant. T and L both lives in the flat which is numbered 1. D lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the right of E.Who among the following is living in flat 3 on floor 3?
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Answer – 2. D
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Answer – 2. D

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q6 – 10) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten people are sitting in two parallel rows containing five people each, in such a way that there is equal distance between adjacent person. In row – 1, P, L, M, N and O are seated and all of them are facing south direction. In row – 2, D, E, F, G, and H are seated and all of them are facing north direction. People of each row consist one person of the given ages 19, 22, 29, 35 and 56.
Neither O nor P sits sits at any of the extreme end of the row. The person sitting to the immediate right of the one who faces P is 22 years old. L sits second to the right of P. D sits third to the left of the 22 years old. One of the immediate neighbours of the one who faces D is 35 years old. O sits second to the left of the 35 years old. The one who sits to the immediate left of O faces the 19 years old. In row – 2, only two people sit between the 19 years old and the 35 years old. E sits third to the right of F. E faces the 56 years old. G and N face each other. One of the immediate neighbours of the one who faces M is 56 years old. The 29 years old person of row – 1 faces the 56 years old. N ‘s age is an even number.Who sits second to the left of E ?
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Answer – 2. The 56 years old
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Answer – 2. The 56 years old
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Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q6 – 10) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten people are sitting in two parallel rows containing five people each, in such a way that there is equal distance between adjacent person. In row – 1, P, L, M, N and O are seated and all of them are facing south direction. In row – 2, D, E, F, G, and H are seated and all of them are facing north direction. People of each row consist one person of the given ages 19, 22, 29, 35 and 56.
Neither O nor P sits sits at any of the extreme end of the row. The person sitting to the immediate right of the one who faces P is 22 years old. L sits second to the right of P. D sits third to the left of the 22 years old. One of the immediate neighbours of the one who faces D is 35 years old. O sits second to the left of the 35 years old. The one who sits to the immediate left of O faces the 19 years old. In row – 2, only two people sit between the 19 years old and the 35 years old. E sits third to the right of F. E faces the 56 years old. G and N face each other. One of the immediate neighbours of the one who faces M is 56 years old. The 29 years old person of row – 1 faces the 56 years old. N ‘s age is an even number.Which of the following pairs represent the people who are off same age ?
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Answer – 5. N,G
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Answer – 5. N,G

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q6 – 10) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten people are sitting in two parallel rows containing five people each, in such a way that there is equal distance between adjacent person. In row – 1, P, L, M, N and O are seated and all of them are facing south direction. In row – 2, D, E, F, G, and H are seated and all of them are facing north direction. People of each row consist one person of the given ages 19, 22, 29, 35 and 56.
Neither O nor P sits sits at any of the extreme end of the row. The person sitting to the immediate right of the one who faces P is 22 years old. L sits second to the right of P. D sits third to the left of the 22 years old. One of the immediate neighbours of the one who faces D is 35 years old. O sits second to the left of the 35 years old. The one who sits to the immediate left of O faces the 19 years old. In row – 2, only two people sit between the 19 years old and the 35 years old. E sits third to the right of F. E faces the 56 years old. G and N face each other. One of the immediate neighbours of the one who faces M is 56 years old. The 29 years old person of row – 1 faces the 56 years old. N ‘s age is an even number.What is the sum of the ages of D and N?
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Answer – 2. 78
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Answer – 2. 78

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q6 – 10) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten people are sitting in two parallel rows containing five people each, in such a way that there is equal distance between adjacent person. In row – 1, P, L, M, N and O are seated and all of them are facing south direction. In row – 2, D, E, F, G, and H are seated and all of them are facing north direction. People of each row consist one person of the given ages 19, 22, 29, 35 and 56.
Neither O nor P sits sits at any of the extreme end of the row. The person sitting to the immediate right of the one who faces P is 22 years old. L sits second to the right of P. D sits third to the left of the 22 years old. One of the immediate neighbours of the one who faces D is 35 years old. O sits second to the left of the 35 years old. The one who sits to the immediate left of O faces the 19 years old. In row – 2, only two people sit between the 19 years old and the 35 years old. E sits third to the right of F. E faces the 56 years old. G and N face each other. One of the immediate neighbours of the one who faces M is 56 years old. The 29 years old person of row – 1 faces the 56 years old. N ‘s age is an even number.
What is the difference between the ages of M and G?Correct
Answer – 5. 13
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Answer – 5. 13

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q6 – 10) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten people are sitting in two parallel rows containing five people each, in such a way that there is equal distance between adjacent person. In row – 1, P, L, M, N and O are seated and all of them are facing south direction. In row – 2, D, E, F, G, and H are seated and all of them are facing north direction. People of each row consist one person of the given ages 19, 22, 29, 35 and 56.
Neither O nor P sits sits at any of the extreme end of the row. The person sitting to the immediate right of the one who faces P is 22 years old. L sits second to the right of P. D sits third to the left of the 22 years old. One of the immediate neighbours of the one who faces D is 35 years old. O sits second to the left of the 35 years old. The one who sits to the immediate left of O faces the 19 years old. In row – 2, only two people sit between the 19 years old and the 35 years old. E sits third to the right of F. E faces the 56 years old. G and N face each other. One of the immediate neighbours of the one who faces M is 56 years old. The 29 years old person of row – 1 faces the 56 years old. N ‘s age is an even number.Which of the following statements is not TRUE with respect to the given information?
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Answer – 3. F sits to the immediate right of D
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Answer – 3. F sits to the immediate right of D
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