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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
Eight persons – Ram, Rakesh, Rajesh, Rohan, Rohit, Ronit, Ramesh and Ronny – are sitting around a circular table which had eight equally spaced seats around the table. The following information is known about their seating arrangement:
 If Ram and Ronit exchanged places, Ronit would be sitting to the left of Rakesh.
 If Ramesh and Rakesh exchanged places, Rakesh would be sitting opposite Rohan.
 If Rajesh exchanged places with the person to the left of Rohit, Rajesh would be sitting opposite Ronny.
 If the person sitting to the left of Ram and the person sitting to the left of Rajesh exchanged places, Ram would be sitting opposite Ronny
Who is sitting opposite of Rohan?
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Explanation:
Let the diagram represent the seats around the table.
From (i), Ram is sitting to the left of Rakesh. Let Rakesh be sitting at 1. Ram must have been sitting at 2.
From (ii),Rohan and Ramesh are sitting opposite to each other.They could be sitting at 3 nd 7 OR at 4 and 8.
If they were sitting at 3 and 7 from (iii), the person sitting to the left of Rohitand Ronny must have been opposite each other. This is only possible if the person to the left of Rohit and Ronny are sitting at 4 and 8. But the person sitting to the left of Rohit cannot be at 4 or 8 (since it cannot be Rohit’s left). Therefore, this case is not possible.
If they were sitting at 4 and 8 from (iii), the person sitting to left of Rohit at 7 and Ronny at 3. Rohit be at 6.
From (iv), if Ronny (person to the left of Ram) and the person sitting to the left Of Rajesh exchanged places, Ronny must be at 6. Therefore, Rajesh must at 5 .
Hence, Ronit must be at 7.
The diagram represents the seating arrangement of the eight persons.
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Explanation:
Let the diagram represent the seats around the table.
From (i), Ram is sitting to the left of Rakesh. Let Rakesh be sitting at 1. Ram must have been sitting at 2.
From (ii),Rohan and Ramesh are sitting opposite to each other.They could be sitting at 3 nd 7 OR at 4 and 8.
If they were sitting at 3 and 7 from (iii), the person sitting to the left of Rohitand Ronny must have been opposite each other. This is only possible if the person to the left of Rohit and Ronny are sitting at 4 and 8. But the person sitting to the left of Rohit cannot be at 4 or 8 (since it cannot be Rohit’s left). Therefore, this case is not possible.
If they were sitting at 4 and 8 from (iii), the person sitting to left of Rohit at 7 and Ronny at 3. Rohit be at 6.
From (iv), if Ronny (person to the left of Ram) and the person sitting to the left Of Rajesh exchanged places, Ronny must be at 6. Therefore, Rajesh must at 5 .
Hence, Ronit must be at 7.
The diagram represents the seating arrangement of the eight persons.

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
Eight persons – Ram, Rakesh, Rajesh, Rohan, Rohit, Ronit, Ramesh and Ronny – are sitting around a circular table which had eight equally spaced seats around the table. The following information is known about their seating arrangement:
 If Ram and Ronit exchanged places, Ronit would be sitting to the left of Rakesh.
 If Ramesh and Rakesh exchanged places, Rakesh would be sitting opposite Rohan.
 If Rajesh exchanged places with the person to the left of Rohit, Rajesh would be sitting opposite Ronny.
 If the person sitting to the left of Ram and the person sitting to the left of Rajesh exchanged places, Ram would be sitting opposite Ronny
Which of the following pair is sitting adjacent to each other?
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Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
Eight persons – Ram, Rakesh, Rajesh, Rohan, Rohit, Ronit, Ramesh and Ronny – are sitting around a circular table which had eight equally spaced seats around the table. The following information is known about their seating arrangement:
 If Ram and Ronit exchanged places, Ronit would be sitting to the left of Rakesh.
 If Ramesh and Rakesh exchanged places, Rakesh would be sitting opposite Rohan.
 If Rajesh exchanged places with the person to the left of Rohit, Rajesh would be sitting opposite Ronny.
 If the person sitting to the left of Ram and the person sitting to the left of Rajesh exchanged places, Ram would be sitting opposite Ronny
In how many ways people can be seated around the table?
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Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
Eight persons – Ram, Rakesh, Rajesh, Rohan, Rohit, Ronit, Ramesh and Ronny – are sitting around a circular table which had eight equally spaced seats around the table. The following information is known about their seating arrangement:
 If Ram and Ronit exchanged places, Ronit would be sitting to the left of Rakesh.
 If Ramesh and Rakesh exchanged places, Rakesh would be sitting opposite Rohan.
 If Rajesh exchanged places with the person to the left of Rohit, Rajesh would be sitting opposite Ronny.
 If the person sitting to the left of Ram and the person sitting to the left of Rajesh exchanged places, Ram would be sitting opposite Ronny
If Ramesh is sitting adjacent to Ronit then who is third to the right of Rohan?
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Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
Eight persons – Ram, Rakesh, Rajesh, Rohan, Rohit, Ronit, Ramesh and Ronny – are sitting around a circular table which had eight equally spaced seats around the table. The following information is known about their seating arrangement:
 If Ram and Ronit exchanged places, Ronit would be sitting to the left of Rakesh.
 If Ramesh and Rakesh exchanged places, Rakesh would be sitting opposite Rohan.
 If Rajesh exchanged places with the person to the left of Rohit, Rajesh would be sitting opposite Ronny.
 If the person sitting to the left of Ram and the person sitting to the left of Rajesh exchanged places, Ram would be sitting opposite Ronny
Who is second to the left of Ram?
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Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ(610)Directions3 statements are given, which are followed by 2 conclusions I & II. Assuming that the given statements are true, find out which conclusion(s) is/are definitely true.
X $ Y means X is neither greater than nor smaller than Y
X @ Y means X is either greater than or equal to Y
X + Y means X is either smaller than or equal to Y
X % Y means X is greater than Y
X # Y means X is smaller than YStatements: Y $ R, H $ D, R + D
Conclusions: I.D @ H II.H @ RCorrect
Explanation:
Y=R≤D=HIncorrect
Explanation:
Y=R≤D=H 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ(610)Directions3 statements are given, which are followed by 2 conclusions I & II. Assuming that the given statements are true, find out which conclusion(s) is/are definitely true.
X $ Y means X is neither greater than nor smaller than Y
X @ Y means X is either greater than or equal to Y
X + Y means X is either smaller than or equal to Y
X % Y means X is greater than Y
X # Y means X is smaller than YStatements: P @ R, M @ N, P % N
Conclusions: I.N @ R II.P % MCorrect
Explanation:
P≥R,M≥N,P>NIncorrect
Explanation:
P≥R,M≥N,P>N 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ(610)Directions3 statements are given, which are followed by 2 conclusions I & II. Assuming that the given statements are true, find out which conclusion(s) is/are definitely true.
X $ Y means X is neither greater than nor smaller than Y
X @ Y means X is either greater than or equal to Y
X + Y means X is either smaller than or equal to Y
X % Y means X is greater than Y
X # Y means X is smaller than YStatements: S + K, F # K, K + B
Conclusions: I.S $ B II.S # BCorrect
Explanation:
S≤,F<K,K≤B
Therefore SK≤BIncorrect
Explanation:
S≤,F<K,K≤B
Therefore SK≤B 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ(610)Directions3 statements are given, which are followed by 2 conclusions I & II. Assuming that the given statements are true, find out which conclusion(s) is/are definitely true.
X $ Y means X is neither greater than nor smaller than Y
X @ Y means X is either greater than or equal to Y
X + Y means X is either smaller than or equal to Y
X % Y means X is greater than Y
X # Y means X is smaller than YStatements: T @ K, K # B, S # K
Conclusions: I.B @ T II.S # TCorrect
Explanation:
T≥K,K<B,S<K
Therefore T≥K>SIncorrect
Explanation:
T≥K,K<B,S<K
Therefore T≥K>S 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ(610)Directions3 statements are given, which are followed by 2 conclusions I & II. Assuming that the given statements are true, find out which conclusion(s) is/are definitely true.
X $ Y means X is neither greater than nor smaller than Y
X @ Y means X is either greater than or equal to Y
X + Y means X is either smaller than or equal to Y
X % Y means X is greater than Y
X # Y means X is smaller than YStatements: M @ N, P @ R, P # N
Conclusions: I.M % P II.R + NCorrect
Explanation:
M≥N,P≥R,P<N
Therefore N>P≥R
And M≥N>PIncorrect
Explanation:
M≥N,P≥R,P<N
Therefore N>P≥R
And M≥N>P
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