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- Question 1 of 10
##### 1. Question

1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSix persons – A, B, C, D, E, and F are sitting in an equilateral triangular table. Three of them sit at the corner of the triangular table and three of them sit at the middle of the side. Some of them are facing the center and some of them facing outward of the table. Each of them has a different number of chocolates viz. 15, 20, 40, 200, 300 and 600 but not necessarily in the same order.

D is an immediate neighbor of E. B is sitting second to the left of the person who has ten times chocolates than D has. C is sitting in the middle. Product of chocolates of C and D is equal to the chocolates E has. The person who has the highest number of chocolates is facing towards the center. B is facing opposite to C. E is sitting to the right of C. Two persons are sitting between E and F and both (i.e. E and F) are facing in the same direction. Two people sit between D and B and both (i.e. D and B) are facing in the same direction. B does not have the highest number of chocolates and does not face in the direction of E.**How many chocolates does A have?**Correct**Answer- 4) 200**

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Incorrect**Answer- 4) 200**

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- Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSix persons – A, B, C, D, E, and F are sitting in an equilateral triangular table. Three of them sit at the corner of the triangular table and three of them sit at the middle of the side. Some of them are facing the center and some of them facing outward of the table. Each of them has a different number of chocolates viz. 15, 20, 40, 200, 300 and 600 but not necessarily in the same order.

D is an immediate neighbor of E. B is sitting second to the left of the person who has ten times chocolates than D has. C is sitting in the middle. Product of chocolates of C and D is equal to the chocolates E has. The person who has the highest number of chocolates is facing towards the center. B is facing opposite to C. E is sitting to the right of C. Two persons are sitting between E and F and both (i.e. E and F) are facing in the same direction. Two people sit between D and B and both (i.e. D and B) are facing in the same direction. B does not have the highest number of chocolates and does not face in the direction of E.**Who is second to the left of C?**CorrectAnswer-

**3) F**IncorrectAnswer-

**3) F** - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSix persons – A, B, C, D, E, and F are sitting in an equilateral triangular table. Three of them sit at the corner of the triangular table and three of them sit at the middle of the side. Some of them are facing the center and some of them facing outward of the table. Each of them has a different number of chocolates viz. 15, 20, 40, 200, 300 and 600 but not necessarily in the same order.

D is an immediate neighbor of E. B is sitting second to the left of the person who has ten times chocolates than D has. C is sitting in the middle. Product of chocolates of C and D is equal to the chocolates E has. The person who has the highest number of chocolates is facing towards the center. B is facing opposite to C. E is sitting to the right of C. Two persons are sitting between E and F and both (i.e. E and F) are facing in the same direction. Two people sit between D and B and both (i.e. D and B) are facing in the same direction. B does not have the highest number of chocolates and does not face in the direction of E.**How many chocolates Does the person have who is third to the right of B?**CorrectAnswer-

**3) 20**IncorrectAnswer-

**3) 20** - Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning

D is an immediate neighbor of E. B is sitting second to the left of the person who has ten times chocolates than D has. C is sitting in the middle. Product of chocolates of C and D is equal to the chocolates E has. The person who has the highest number of chocolates is facing towards the center. B is facing opposite to C. E is sitting to the right of C. Two persons are sitting between E and F and both (i.e. E and F) are facing in the same direction. Two people sit between D and B and both (i.e. D and B) are facing in the same direction. B does not have the highest number of chocolates and does not face in the direction of E.**How many persons are there between F and A (counted from the right of A)?**CorrectAnswer-

**5) None of the above,4**IncorrectAnswer-

**5) None of the above,4** - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning

D is an immediate neighbor of E. B is sitting second to the left of the person who has ten times chocolates than D has. C is sitting in the middle. Product of chocolates of C and D is equal to the chocolates E has. The person who has the highest number of chocolates is facing towards the center. B is facing opposite to C. E is sitting to the right of C. Two persons are sitting between E and F and both (i.e. E and F) are facing in the same direction. Two people sit between D and B and both (i.e. D and B) are facing in the same direction. B does not have the highest number of chocolates and does not face in the direction of E.**How many chocolates does E have?**CorrectAnswer-

**5) None of the above, 300**IncorrectAnswer-

**5) None of the above, 300** - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(DIRECTIONS: Q6 to Q10) Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions

12 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, P, Q, R, S, T and U are numismatics (one who collects coins) have birthdays in Jan, Feb, May, July, Sept, Oct in the year 2019. Birthday is either on 15th or 23rd. They have collected different number of coins. The number of coins having birthday in months which have odd number of the days is even and vice versa. Like if G celebrates his birthday in June (odd no. of days), he has even no. of coins.

3 people have birthdays between S’s and E’s birthday. S has 11 coins. B’s birthday is on Feb, 15th and his birthday is before the birthday of the one, who has 36 coins. S’s birthday is not on 15th of any month. 3 people have birthdays between C and one who has 68 coins. C’s birthday is before the one who has 68 coins. Two people have birthday between R and the one, who has 68 coins. A and R has birthdays in same month. C’s birthday is not in May. 2 people have birthdays between F and the one who has 8 coins. F’s birthday is not in September and has before the one who has 8 coins. A neither has 64 coins nor has the least no. of coins. No one has coins less than 8. 2 people have birthday between A and the one having 23 coins. Sum of coins of B and F is 105. Sum of coins of U and R is 10 less than the no. of coins B has. T and the one who has 40 coins celebrate their birthdays in the same month. T’s no. of coins is less than 40. Four people have birthday between A and the one who has 40 coins. The average no. of coins of T and D is 45. Sum of the no. of coins of T and R is 6 less than no. of coins P has. The average no. of coins C, E, and T is 24. The difference between the no. of coins C and T is 12. C has less no. of coins than E. One of the members has 64 coins. U’s birthday is not in January.**Whose birthday is on 15th July and 23 September?**Correct**Answer: 1) A, S**

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Incorrect**Answer: 1) A, S**

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- Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(DIRECTIONS: Q6 to Q10) Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions**

12 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, P, Q, R, S, T and U are numismatics (one who collects coins) have birthdays in Jan, Feb, May, July, Sept, Oct in the year 2019. Birthday is either on 15th or 23rd. They have collected different number of coins. The number of coins having birthday in months which have odd number of the days is even and vice versa. Like if G celebrates his birthday in June (odd no. of days), he has even no. of coins.

3 people have birthdays between S’s and E’s birthday. S has 11 coins. B’s birthday is on Feb, 15th and his birthday is before the birthday of the one, who has 36 coins. S’s birthday is not on 15th of any month. 3 people have birthdays between C and one who has 68 coins. C’s birthday is before the one who has 68 coins. Two people have birthday between R and the one, who has 68 coins. A and R has birthdays in same month. C’s birthday is not in May. 2 people have birthdays between F and the one who has 8 coins. F’s birthday is not in September and has before the one who has 8 coins. A neither has 64 coins nor has the least no. of coins. No one has coins less than 8. 2 people have birthday between A and the one having 23 coins. Sum of coins of B and F is 105. Sum of coins of U and R is 10 less than the no. of coins B has. T and the one who has 40 coins celebrate their birthdays in the same month. T’s no. of coins is less than 40. Four people have birthday between A and the one who has 40 coins. The average no. of coins of T and D is 45. Sum of the no. of coins of T and R is 6 less than no. of coins P has. The average no. of coins C, E, and T is 24. The difference between the no. of coins C and T is 12. C has less no. of coins than E. One of the members has 64 coins. U’s birthday is not in January.**On which date C is celebrating his birthday?**CorrectAnswer:

**3) 15 Jan**IncorrectAnswer:

**3) 15 Jan** - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(DIRECTIONS: Q6 to Q10) Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions**

12 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, P, Q, R, S, T and U are numismatics (one who collects coins) have birthdays in Jan, Feb, May, July, Sept, Oct in the year 2019. Birthday is either on 15th or 23rd. They have collected different number of coins. The number of coins having birthday in months which have odd number of the days is even and vice versa. Like if G celebrates his birthday in June (odd no. of days), he has even no. of coins.

3 people have birthdays between S’s and E’s birthday. S has 11 coins. B’s birthday is on Feb, 15th and his birthday is before the birthday of the one, who has 36 coins. S’s birthday is not on 15th of any month. 3 people have birthdays between C and one who has 68 coins. C’s birthday is before the one who has 68 coins. Two people have birthday between R and the one, who has 68 coins. A and R has birthdays in same month. C’s birthday is not in May. 2 people have birthdays between F and the one who has 8 coins. F’s birthday is not in September and has before the one who has 8 coins. A neither has 64 coins nor has the least no. of coins. No one has coins less than 8. 2 people have birthday between A and the one having 23 coins. Sum of coins of B and F is 105. Sum of coins of U and R is 10 less than the no. of coins B has. T and the one who has 40 coins celebrate their birthdays in the same month. T’s no. of coins is less than 40. Four people have birthday between A and the one who has 40 coins. The average no. of coins of T and D is 45. Sum of the no. of coins of T and R is 6 less than no. of coins P has. The average no. of coins C, E, and T is 24. The difference between the no. of coins C and T is 12. C has less no. of coins than E. One of the members has 64 coins. U’s birthday is not in January.**How many coins does T have?**CorrectAnswer-

**2) 26**IncorrectAnswer-

**2) 26** - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(DIRECTIONS: Q6 to Q10) Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions**

12 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, P, Q, R, S, T and U are numismatics (one who collects coins) have birthdays in Jan, Feb, May, July, Sept, Oct in the year 2019. Birthday is either on 15th or 23rd. They have collected different number of coins. The number of coins having birthday in months which have odd number of the days is even and vice versa. Like if G celebrates his birthday in June (odd no. of days), he has even no. of coins.

3 people have birthdays between S’s and E’s birthday. S has 11 coins. B’s birthday is on Feb, 15th and his birthday is before the birthday of the one, who has 36 coins. S’s birthday is not on 15th of any month. 3 people have birthdays between C and one who has 68 coins. C’s birthday is before the one who has 68 coins. Two people have birthday between R and the one, who has 68 coins. A and R has birthdays in same month. C’s birthday is not in May. 2 people have birthdays between F and the one who has 8 coins. F’s birthday is not in September and has before the one who has 8 coins. A neither has 64 coins nor has the least no. of coins. No one has coins less than 8. 2 people have birthday between A and the one having 23 coins. Sum of coins of B and F is 105. Sum of coins of U and R is 10 less than the no. of coins B has. T and the one who has 40 coins celebrate their birthdays in the same month. T’s no. of coins is less than 40. Four people have birthday between A and the one who has 40 coins. The average no. of coins of T and D is 45. Sum of the no. of coins of T and R is 6 less than no. of coins P has. The average no. of coins C, E, and T is 24. The difference between the no. of coins C and T is 12. C has less no. of coins than E. One of the members has 64 coins. U’s birthday is not in January.**What is the total no. of coins A, F, E have?**CorrectAnswer-

**2) 136**IncorrectAnswer-

**2) 136** - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(DIRECTIONS: Q6 to Q10) Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions**

12 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, P, Q, R, S, T and U are numismatics (one who collects coins) have birthdays in Jan, Feb, May, July, Sept, Oct in the year 2019. Birthday is either on 15th or 23rd. They have collected different number of coins. The number of coins having birthday in months which have odd number of the days is even and vice versa. Like if G celebrates his birthday in June (odd no. of days), he has even no. of coins.

3 people have birthdays between S’s and E’s birthday. S has 11 coins. B’s birthday is on Feb, 15th and his birthday is before the birthday of the one, who has 36 coins. S’s birthday is not on 15th of any month. 3 people have birthdays between C and one who has 68 coins. C’s birthday is before the one who has 68 coins. Two people have birthday between R and the one, who has 68 coins. A and R has birthdays in same month. C’s birthday is not in May. 2 people have birthdays between F and the one who has 8 coins. F’s birthday is not in September and has before the one who has 8 coins. A neither has 64 coins nor has the least no. of coins. No one has coins less than 8. 2 people have birthday between A and the one having 23 coins. Sum of coins of B and F is 105. Sum of coins of U and R is 10 less than the no. of coins B has. T and the one who has 40 coins celebrate their birthdays in the same month. T’s no. of coins is less than 40. Four people have birthday between A and the one who has 40 coins. The average no. of coins of T and D is 45. Sum of the no. of coins of T and R is 6 less than no. of coins P has. The average no. of coins C, E, and T is 24. The difference between the no. of coins C and T is 12. C has less no. of coins than E. One of the members has 64 coins. U’s birthday is not in January.**What is the average of the no. of coins Q and T has?**CorrectAnswer-

**5) None of the above**IncorrectAnswer-

**5) None of the above**

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