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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection Q(15): Seating Arrangement
10 persons, Q through Z, are sitting around a circular table. The table below presents the number of persons sitting between two persons, not necessarily in one specific direction (clockwise or anticlockwise):BETWEEN NUMBER OF PERSONS S and T 7 W and R 4 R and Q 5 T and X 4 U and W 3 Z and V 3 S and V 8 V and X 5 Z and R 3 Who is sitting opposite to X?
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Explanation:
Let the figure represent the table with seats numbered from 1 to 10.
Given that between X and T. there are four people, Let X be at R and T be at 6.
Between T and S, there are 7 people. Hence. S can be at 4 or 8.
Let S be at 4. Between S and V there are 8 people (i.e., they are sitting next to each other). Therefore, V can be at 5 or 3. If V is at 3, between V and X there will not be 5(or 3 people). Hence V must be at 5.Between V and Z, there must be three people. Z can be at 1 or 9. Since X is at 1. Z must be at 9. Between Z and R, there are three people. R can be at 3 or 5. Since V is at 5. R must be at 3. R and W are opposite each other. Hence, W must be at 8. Between Q and R, there are five people. Hence Q must be at 7. Between U and W, there are three people. Hence. U must be at 2 and Y must be at 10.
If S is at 8, it will result in the same arrangement but in the anticlockwise direction.
Therefore, two cases are possible which are tabulated below:
POSITION CASE1 CASE2 1 X X 2 U Y 3 R Z 4 S W 5 V Q 6 T T 7 Q V 8 W S 9 Z R 10 Y U Incorrect
Explanation:
Let the figure represent the table with seats numbered from 1 to 10.
Given that between X and T. there are four people, Let X be at R and T be at 6.
Between T and S, there are 7 people. Hence. S can be at 4 or 8.
Let S be at 4. Between S and V there are 8 people (i.e., they are sitting next to each other). Therefore, V can be at 5 or 3. If V is at 3, between V and X there will not be 5(or 3 people). Hence V must be at 5.Between V and Z, there must be three people. Z can be at 1 or 9. Since X is at 1. Z must be at 9. Between Z and R, there are three people. R can be at 3 or 5. Since V is at 5. R must be at 3. R and W are opposite each other. Hence, W must be at 8. Between Q and R, there are five people. Hence Q must be at 7. Between U and W, there are three people. Hence. U must be at 2 and Y must be at 10.
If S is at 8, it will result in the same arrangement but in the anticlockwise direction.
Therefore, two cases are possible which are tabulated below:
POSITION CASE1 CASE2 1 X X 2 U Y 3 R Z 4 S W 5 V Q 6 T T 7 Q V 8 W S 9 Z R 10 Y U 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection Q(15): Seating Arrangement
10 persons, Q through Z, are sitting around a circular table. The table below presents the number of persons sitting between two persons, not necessarily in one specific direction (clockwise or anticlockwise):BETWEEN NUMBER OF PERSONS S and T 7 W and R 4 R and Q 5 T and X 4 U and W 3 Z and V 3 S and V 8 V and X 5 Z and R 3 Who among the following is sitting next to Z?
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Explanation:
Y and W are sitting next to ZIncorrect
Explanation:
Y and W are sitting next to Z 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection Q(15): Seating Arrangement
10 persons, Q through Z, are sitting around a circular table. The table below presents the number of persons sitting between two persons, not necessarily in one specific direction (clockwise or anticlockwise):BETWEEN NUMBER OF PERSONS S and T 7 W and R 4 R and Q 5 T and X 4 U and W 3 Z and V 3 S and V 8 V and X 5 Z and R 3 If the person to the left of Z and the person to the right of T are sitting next to each other, who is sitting to the left of X?
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Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection Q(15): Seating Arrangement
10 persons, Q through Z, are sitting around a circular table. The table below presents the number of persons sitting between two persons, not necessarily in one specific direction (clockwise or anticlockwise):BETWEEN NUMBER OF PERSONS S and T 7 W and R 4 R and Q 5 T and X 4 U and W 3 Z and V 3 S and V 8 V and X 5 Z and R 3 If there is exactly one person sitting between V and Q, who is sitting to the left of Y?
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Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection Q(15): Seating Arrangement
10 persons, Q through Z, are sitting around a circular table. The table below presents the number of persons sitting between two persons, not necessarily in one specific direction (clockwise or anticlockwise):BETWEEN NUMBER OF PERSONS S and T 7 W and R 4 R and Q 5 T and X 4 U and W 3 Z and V 3 S and V 8 V and X 5 Z and R 3 Who is sitting opposite V?
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Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q (610) – In a certain code language
He Love Affair – 12Z& 8G+* 12K+*
Affair is Best – 12Z& 13A* 5H&
Best always wins – 9V+* 13A* 13Z&
Hard work off – 9G+* 17V+* 14N+&What can be the code for “clouds”?
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Explanation:
A(1) B(2) C(3) D(4) E(5) F(6) G(7) H(8) I(9) J(10)
K(11) L(12) M(13) N(14) O(15) P(16) Q(17) R(18) S(19) T(20)
U(21) V(22) W(23) X(24) Y(25) Z(26)
He======8G+*
H=8[first]
E=5[last]
(85)+5=+8
Previous letter of 1^{st} letter (H) in word i.e G
2^{nd} letter in He is ‘e’, which is vowel hence *
affair========12Z&
a=1[first]
r=18[last]
(118)+5=12
Previous letter of 1^{st}letter(A) in word i.e Z
2^{nd} letter in Affair is ‘f’..hence f=&
If 2^{nd} letter in word is vowel then * else &Incorrect
Explanation:
A(1) B(2) C(3) D(4) E(5) F(6) G(7) H(8) I(9) J(10)
K(11) L(12) M(13) N(14) O(15) P(16) Q(17) R(18) S(19) T(20)
U(21) V(22) W(23) X(24) Y(25) Z(26)
He======8G+*
H=8[first]
E=5[last]
(85)+5=+8
Previous letter of 1^{st} letter (H) in word i.e G
2^{nd} letter in He is ‘e’, which is vowel hence *
affair========12Z&
a=1[first]
r=18[last]
(118)+5=12
Previous letter of 1^{st}letter(A) in word i.e Z
2^{nd} letter in Affair is ‘f’..hence f=&
If 2^{nd} letter in word is vowel then * else & 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q (610) – In a certain code language
He Love Affair – 12Z& 8G+* 12K+*
Affair is Best – 12Z& 13A* 5H&
Best always wins – 9V+* 13A* 13Z&
Hard work off – 9G+* 17V+* 14N+&What is the code for “affair clouds pays off”?
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Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q (610) – In a certain code language
He Love Affair – 12Z& 8G+* 12K+*
Affair is Best – 12Z& 13A* 5H&
Best always wins – 9V+* 13A* 13Z&
Hard work off – 9G+* 17V+* 14N+&What can be the code for “failure”?
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Explanation:
failure======6E+*
f=6
e=5
(65)+5=+6
Previous letter of 1^{st}letter(F) in word i.e E
2^{nd} letter in Failure is ‘a’, which is vowel hence *Incorrect
Explanation:
failure======6E+*
f=6
e=5
(65)+5=+6
Previous letter of 1^{st}letter(F) in word i.e E
2^{nd} letter in Failure is ‘a’, which is vowel hence * 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q (610) – In a certain code language
He Love Affair – 12Z& 8G+* 12K+*
Affair is Best – 12Z& 13A* 5H&
Best always wins – 9V+* 13A* 13Z&
Hard work off – 9G+* 17V+* 14N+&What is the code for “love is always best” ?
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Incorrect

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q (610) – In a certain code language
He Love Affair – 12Z& 8G+* 12K+*
Affair is Best – 12Z& 13A* 5H&
Best always wins – 9V+* 13A* 13Z&
Hard work off – 9G+* 17V+* 14N+&What can be the code for the word “fluorescent”?
Correct
Explanation:
fluorescent========9E&
f=6[first]
t=20[last]
(620)+5=9
Previous letter of 1^{st}letter(F) in word i.e E
2^{nd} letter in fluorescent is ‘l’..hence l=&
If 2^{nd} letter in word is vowel then * else &Incorrect
Explanation:
fluorescent========9E&
f=6[first]
t=20[last]
(620)+5=9
Previous letter of 1^{st}letter(F) in word i.e E
2^{nd} letter in fluorescent is ‘l’..hence l=&
If 2^{nd} letter in word is vowel then * else &
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