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##### 1. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**There are certain number of persons sitting two parallel rows, where persons sitting row 1 facing south and persons sitting row 2 are facing north. Equal numbers of persons are sitting in two rows and are facing each other. Only one person is sitting to the right of A who is facing north. B who is facing A is sitting three places way from C. C is facing the person who is sitting two places away from D. Two persons are sitting to the right of E who is facing D. F who is facing north is sitting exactly between G and H who is sitting at extreme end of the row.

**How many persons sit in the row?**Correct**Answer: 3) Nine**

Solution:

Hence, nine persons sit in the row.Incorrect**Answer: 3) Nine**

Solution:

Hence, nine persons sit in the row. - Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**There are certain number of persons sitting two parallel rows, where persons sitting row 1 facing south and persons sitting row 2 are facing north. Equal numbers of persons are sitting in two rows and are facing each other. Only one person is sitting to the right of A who is facing north. B who is facing A is sitting three places way from C. C is facing the person who is sitting two places away from D. Two persons are sitting to the right of E who is facing D. F who is facing north is sitting exactly between G and H who is sitting at extreme end of the row.

**How many persons sit to the left of F?**Correct**Answer: 5) Four**

Hence, four persons sit to the left of F.Incorrect**Answer: 5) Four**

Hence, four persons sit to the left of F. - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**There are certain number of persons sitting two parallel rows, where persons sitting row 1 facing south and persons sitting row 2 are facing north. Equal numbers of persons are sitting in two rows and are facing each other. Only one person is sitting to the right of A who is facing north. B who is facing A is sitting three places way from C. C is facing the person who is sitting two places away from D. Two persons are sitting to the right of E who is facing D. F who is facing north is sitting exactly between G and H who is sitting at extreme end of the row.

**Who among the following sit to the extreme right end of row 2?**Correct**Answer: 5) Cannot be determined**

Hence, either H or G sits at the extreme right end of row 2.Incorrect**Answer: 5) Cannot be determined**

Hence, either H or G sits at the extreme right end of row 2. - Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.****How many persons sit between E and B?**Correct**Answer: 5) Four**

Hence, four persons sit between E and B.Incorrect**Answer: 5) Four**

Hence, four persons sit between E and B. - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.****Who among the following sit to the left of D?**Correct**Answer: 5) Cannot be determined**

Hence, either H or G sits to the left of D.Incorrect**Answer: 5) Cannot be determined**

Hence, either H or G sits to the left of D. - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**A pentagon having 5 equal sides in which circle is inscribed. Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting in a circular table facing centre at an equal distance. Each of them has certain number of chocolates. Inside a circle a triangle is inscribed. Note: The sides of a triangle are numbered 1, 2, and 3 in anticlockwise direction. Similarly the corners of a pentagon are marked as 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in anticlockwise direction. The one who has 56 chocolates sits second to the left of S. There are two people sits between P and S. P is not an immediate of the one who has 56 chocolates. Only one person sits between the one who has 56 chocolates and 63 chocolates. S has even number of chocolates. Only one person sits between the one who has 63 chocolates and the one who has 87 chocolates. Three persons sits between V and the one who has 87 chocolates. P has 12 chocolates more than that of V. T sits immediate left of P. There are three person sits between R and U. R is not an immediate neighbour of T. Sum of number of chocolates of P and R is 116. Q is not an immediate neighbour of V. S gets 35 chocolates more than that of T. The one who has 31 chocolates sits second to the left of the one who has 29 chocolates. After the arrangement three coins are tossed and the persons are shifting their position according to the below conditions.

1) When Head appeared in first and second coin and Toss appeared in third coin, then the person who has lowest odd number of chocolates moved to corner 1 of a triangle and faces outside the centre.

2) When Head appeared in first coin and Toss appeared in second and third coins, then the one who has more than 65 chocolates but less than 75 chocolates moved to corner 3 of a pentagon and faces inside the centre.

3) When Head appeared in first and third coins and Toss appeared in second coin, then the person who has lowest even number of chocolates moved to corner 2 of a triangle and faces inside the centre.

4) If Head appeared in all the three coin, then the one who has more than 55 chocolates but less than 60 chocolates moved to corner 5 of a pentagon and faces outside the centre

5) When Toss appeared in first and third coin and Head appeared in second coin, then the person who has highest odd number of chocolates moved to corner 1 of a pentagon and faces inside the centre.

6) When Toss appeared in first and second coin and Head appeared in third coin, then the person who has highest even number of chocolates remains at same position and facing outside the centre. 7) All other persons are remains at same position and facing same direction.**Position of how many persons remains unchanged?**Correct**Answer: 4) Three**

Solution:

Persons – P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W

Hence, position of three persons remains unchanged.Incorrect**Answer: 4) Three**

Solution:

Persons – P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W

Hence, position of three persons remains unchanged. - Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**A pentagon having 5 equal sides in which circle is inscribed. Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting in a circular table facing centre at an equal distance. Each of them has certain number of chocolates. Inside a circle a triangle is inscribed. Note: The sides of a triangle are numbered 1, 2, and 3 in anticlockwise direction. Similarly the corners of a pentagon are marked as 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in anticlockwise direction. The one who has 56 chocolates sits second to the left of S. There are two people sits between P and S. P is not an immediate of the one who has 56 chocolates. Only one person sits between the one who has 56 chocolates and 63 chocolates. S has even number of chocolates. Only one person sits between the one who has 63 chocolates and the one who has 87 chocolates. Three persons sits between V and the one who has 87 chocolates. P has 12 chocolates more than that of V. T sits immediate left of P. There are three person sits between R and U. R is not an immediate neighbour of T. Sum of number of chocolates of P and R is 116. Q is not an immediate neighbour of V. S gets 35 chocolates more than that of T. The one who has 31 chocolates sits second to the left of the one who has 29 chocolates. After the arrangement three coins are tossed and the persons are shifting their position according to the below conditions.

1) When Head appeared in first and second coin and Toss appeared in third coin, then the person who has lowest odd number of chocolates moved to corner 1 of a triangle and faces outside the centre.

2) When Head appeared in first coin and Toss appeared in second and third coins, then the one who has more than 65 chocolates but less than 75 chocolates moved to corner 3 of a pentagon and faces inside the centre.

3) When Head appeared in first and third coins and Toss appeared in second coin, then the person who has lowest even number of chocolates moved to corner 2 of a triangle and faces inside the centre.

4) If Head appeared in all the three coin, then the one who has more than 55 chocolates but less than 60 chocolates moved to corner 5 of a pentagon and faces outside the centre

5) When Toss appeared in first and third coin and Head appeared in second coin, then the person who has highest odd number of chocolates moved to corner 1 of a pentagon and faces inside the centre.

6) When Toss appeared in first and second coin and Head appeared in third coin, then the person who has highest even number of chocolates remains at same position and facing outside the centre. 7) All other persons are remains at same position and facing same direction.**Who among the following faces away from the centre?**Correct**Answer: 3) V**

Hence, V faces away from the centre.Incorrect**Answer: 3) V**

Hence, V faces away from the centre. - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**A pentagon having 5 equal sides in which circle is inscribed. Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting in a circular table facing centre at an equal distance. Each of them has certain number of chocolates. Inside a circle a triangle is inscribed. Note: The sides of a triangle are numbered 1, 2, and 3 in anticlockwise direction. Similarly the corners of a pentagon are marked as 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in anticlockwise direction. The one who has 56 chocolates sits second to the left of S. There are two people sits between P and S. P is not an immediate of the one who has 56 chocolates. Only one person sits between the one who has 56 chocolates and 63 chocolates. S has even number of chocolates. Only one person sits between the one who has 63 chocolates and the one who has 87 chocolates. Three persons sits between V and the one who has 87 chocolates. P has 12 chocolates more than that of V. T sits immediate left of P. There are three person sits between R and U. R is not an immediate neighbour of T. Sum of number of chocolates of P and R is 116. Q is not an immediate neighbour of V. S gets 35 chocolates more than that of T. The one who has 31 chocolates sits second to the left of the one who has 29 chocolates. After the arrangement three coins are tossed and the persons are shifting their position according to the below conditions.

1) When Head appeared in first and second coin and Toss appeared in third coin, then the person who has lowest odd number of chocolates moved to corner 1 of a triangle and faces outside the centre.

2) When Head appeared in first coin and Toss appeared in second and third coins, then the one who has more than 65 chocolates but less than 75 chocolates moved to corner 3 of a pentagon and faces inside the centre.

3) When Head appeared in first and third coins and Toss appeared in second coin, then the person who has lowest even number of chocolates moved to corner 2 of a triangle and faces inside the centre.

4) If Head appeared in all the three coin, then the one who has more than 55 chocolates but less than 60 chocolates moved to corner 5 of a pentagon and faces outside the centre

5) When Toss appeared in first and third coin and Head appeared in second coin, then the person who has highest odd number of chocolates moved to corner 1 of a pentagon and faces inside the centre.

6) When Toss appeared in first and second coin and Head appeared in third coin, then the person who has highest even number of chocolates remains at same position and facing outside the centre. 7) All other persons are remains at same position and facing same direction.**Who among the following sits at the triangle after the new arrangement?**Correct**Answer: 3) U**

Hence, U sits at the triangle.Incorrect**Answer: 3) U**

Hence, U sits at the triangle. - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**

1) When Head appeared in first and second coin and Toss appeared in third coin, then the person who has lowest odd number of chocolates moved to corner 1 of a triangle and faces outside the centre.

2) When Head appeared in first coin and Toss appeared in second and third coins, then the one who has more than 65 chocolates but less than 75 chocolates moved to corner 3 of a pentagon and faces inside the centre.

3) When Head appeared in first and third coins and Toss appeared in second coin, then the person who has lowest even number of chocolates moved to corner 2 of a triangle and faces inside the centre.

4) If Head appeared in all the three coin, then the one who has more than 55 chocolates but less than 60 chocolates moved to corner 5 of a pentagon and faces outside the centre

5) When Toss appeared in first and third coin and Head appeared in second coin, then the person who has highest odd number of chocolates moved to corner 1 of a pentagon and faces inside the centre.

6) When Toss appeared in first and second coin and Head appeared in third coin, then the person who has highest even number of chocolates remains at same position and facing outside the centre. 7) All other persons are remains at same position and facing same direction.**Who among the following sits at position 2 of pentagon?**Correct**Answer: 5) Cannot be determined**

Hence, person who sits at position 2 of pentagon is not determined.Incorrect**Answer: 5) Cannot be determined**

Hence, person who sits at position 2 of pentagon is not determined. - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Study the following information and answer the given questions.**

1) When Head appeared in first and second coin and Toss appeared in third coin, then the person who has lowest odd number of chocolates moved to corner 1 of a triangle and faces outside the centre.

2) When Head appeared in first coin and Toss appeared in second and third coins, then the one who has more than 65 chocolates but less than 75 chocolates moved to corner 3 of a pentagon and faces inside the centre.

3) When Head appeared in first and third coins and Toss appeared in second coin, then the person who has lowest even number of chocolates moved to corner 2 of a triangle and faces inside the centre.

4) If Head appeared in all the three coin, then the one who has more than 55 chocolates but less than 60 chocolates moved to corner 5 of a pentagon and faces outside the centre

5) When Toss appeared in first and third coin and Head appeared in second coin, then the person who has highest odd number of chocolates moved to corner 1 of a pentagon and faces inside the centre.

6) When Toss appeared in first and second coin and Head appeared in third coin, then the person who has highest even number of chocolates remains at same position and facing outside the centre. 7) All other persons are remains at same position and facing same direction.**Who among the following has highest number of chocolates?**Correct**Answer: 3) S**

Hence, S has highest number of chocolates.Incorrect**Answer: 3) S**

Hence, S has highest number of chocolates.

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