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##### 1. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**In a world tennis tournament held in Delhi, eight people I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P participated and were seated in two rows such that four people were seated in each row facing each other. People in row 1 were facing south while people in row 2 were facing north. Each of them participated a certain number of hours before the tournament which was unique for everyone. The players in decreasing order of their popularity are given as:

M (10) > P (12) > I (4) > J (7) > O (14) > K (9) > L (5) > N (6)

Where M was the most popular.

Note: M (10) means M participated for 10 hours.

The person seated at one of the end of row 1 participated 5 hours less than the person seated adjacent to him. The third most popular person was seated to the immediate left of the person who did maximum practise and opposite to the person who participated for a period which is a multiple of 3. N was seated in row 1. The second least popular person was neither seated adjacent to the person whose number of practise hours was a multiple of 7 nor to a person whose practise hours is a square of a number. The person who was the most popular was seated opposite to the person who was second to the right of the person who did third least hours of practise. The third least popular person was seated in the same row as the person whose number of practise hours was 4th least.**Who among the following was seated at right end of row 2?**Correct**Answer: 3) O**

**Solution:**

Person – I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P

Number of hours – 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12 and 14

Order of popularity – M (10) > P (12) > I (4) > J (7) > O (14) > K (9) > L (5) > N (6)

Hence, O was sitting at right end of row 2.Incorrect**Answer: 3) O**

**Solution:**

Person – I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P

Number of hours – 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12 and 14

Order of popularity – M (10) > P (12) > I (4) > J (7) > O (14) > K (9) > L (5) > N (6)

Hence, O was sitting at right end of row 2. - Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**In a world tennis tournament held in Delhi, eight people I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P participated and were seated in two rows such that four people were seated in each row facing each other. People in row 1 were facing south while people in row 2 were facing north. Each of them participated a certain number of hours before the tournament which was unique for everyone. The players in decreasing order of their popularity are given as:

M (10) > P (12) > I (4) > J (7) > O (14) > K (9) > L (5) > N (6)

Where M was the most popular.

Note: M (10) means M participated for 10 hours.

The person seated at one of the end of row 1 participated 5 hours less than the person seated adjacent to him. The third most popular person was seated to the immediate left of the person who did maximum practise and opposite to the person who participated for a period which is a multiple of 3. N was seated in row 1. The second least popular person was neither seated adjacent to the person whose number of practise hours was a multiple of 7 nor to a person whose practise hours is a square of a number. The person who was the most popular was seated opposite to the person who was second to the right of the person who did third least hours of practise. The third least popular person was seated in the same row as the person whose number of practise hours was 4th least.**What is the difference between the practise hours of N and the person sitting adjacent to it?**Correct**Answer: 2) 3**

Hence, 3 is the difference between practise hours of N and the person sitting adjacent to it i.e. K.Incorrect**Answer: 2) 3**

Hence, 3 is the difference between practise hours of N and the person sitting adjacent to it i.e. K. - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**In a world tennis tournament held in Delhi, eight people I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P participated and were seated in two rows such that four people were seated in each row facing each other. People in row 1 were facing south while people in row 2 were facing north. Each of them participated a certain number of hours before the tournament which was unique for everyone. The players in decreasing order of their popularity are given as:

M (10) > P (12) > I (4) > J (7) > O (14) > K (9) > L (5) > N (6)

Where M was the most popular.

Note: M (10) means M participated for 10 hours.

The person seated at one of the end of row 1 participated 5 hours less than the person seated adjacent to him. The third most popular person was seated to the immediate left of the person who did maximum practise and opposite to the person who participated for a period which is a multiple of 3. N was seated in row 1. The second least popular person was neither seated adjacent to the person whose number of practise hours was a multiple of 7 nor to a person whose practise hours is a square of a number. The person who was the most popular was seated opposite to the person who was second to the right of the person who did third least hours of practise. The third least popular person was seated in the same row as the person whose number of practise hours was 4th least.**Who among the following sitting in row 1?**Correct**Answer: 5) P**

Hence, P is sitting in row 1.Incorrect**Answer: 5) P**

Hence, P is sitting in row 1. - Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**

M (10) > P (12) > I (4) > J (7) > O (14) > K (9) > L (5) > N (6)

Where M was the most popular.

Note: M (10) means M participated for 10 hours.

The person seated at one of the end of row 1 participated 5 hours less than the person seated adjacent to him. The third most popular person was seated to the immediate left of the person who did maximum practise and opposite to the person who participated for a period which is a multiple of 3. N was seated in row 1. The second least popular person was neither seated adjacent to the person whose number of practise hours was a multiple of 7 nor to a person whose practise hours is a square of a number. The person who was the most popular was seated opposite to the person who was second to the right of the person who did third least hours of practise. The third least popular person was seated in the same row as the person whose number of practise hours was 4th least.**Who among the following are immediate neighbours of each other?**Correct**Answer – 4) M and I**

Hence, M and I are immediate neighbours of each other.Incorrect**Answer – 4) M and I**

Hence, M and I are immediate neighbours of each other. - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 1 – 5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**

M (10) > P (12) > I (4) > J (7) > O (14) > K (9) > L (5) > N (6)

Where M was the most popular.

Note: M (10) means M participated for 10 hours.

The person seated at one of the end of row 1 participated 5 hours less than the person seated adjacent to him. The third most popular person was seated to the immediate left of the person who did maximum practise and opposite to the person who participated for a period which is a multiple of 3. N was seated in row 1. The second least popular person was neither seated adjacent to the person whose number of practise hours was a multiple of 7 nor to a person whose practise hours is a square of a number. The person who was the most popular was seated opposite to the person who was second to the right of the person who did third least hours of practise. The third least popular person was seated in the same row as the person whose number of practise hours was 4th least.**P is sitting opposite to which of the following person?**Correct**Answer: 2) The person with practise hours 10**

Hence, P is sitting opposite to the person with practise hours 10.Incorrect**Answer: 2) The person with practise hours 10**

Hence, P is sitting opposite to the person with practise hours 10. - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**Eight persons I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P lived in an eight floor building numbered from 1 to 8 (8 being the topmost floor). Each of them owns a bike which has a different price and no two people’s bike has the same price. The price of these bikes (in thousands) is 2, 3, 5, 8, 10, 14, 17 and 20.

The person with highest bike price lived on topmost floor. L who lived on an odd floor lives adjacent to K. The price of N’s bike was higher than the price of P’s bike but lower than the price of at least two people’s bike. I whose bike price was higher than N lived below J whose bike price was lower than M. P whose bike price was higher than at least three people lived, on the 6th floor. The price of L’s bike is twice that of M’s bike. The owner of least priced bike was not on 5th floor. The person having second highest priced bike lived below P but above N. The price of M’s bike was lower than P but higher than O. The person having second least priced bike was living just above the person whose bike price was an odd number. The person, whose bike was priced just lower than P, lived on the first floor. N lived on the 3rd floor.**Who among the following lives on floor number 4?**Correct**Answer: 3) I**

Solution:

Persons – I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P

Price – 2, 3, 5, 8, 10, 14, 17 and 20

Hence, I lives on floor number 4.Incorrect**Answer: 3) I**

Solution:

Persons – I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P

Price – 2, 3, 5, 8, 10, 14, 17 and 20

Hence, I lives on floor number 4. - Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**Eight persons I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P lived in an eight floor building numbered from 1 to 8 (8 being the topmost floor). Each of them owns a bike which has a different price and no two people’s bike has the same price. The price of these bikes (in thousands) is 2, 3, 5, 8, 10, 14, 17 and 20.

The person with highest bike price lived on topmost floor. L who lived on an odd floor lives adjacent to K. The price of N’s bike was higher than the price of P’s bike but lower than the price of at least two people’s bike. I whose bike price was higher than N lived below J whose bike price was lower than M. P whose bike price was higher than at least three people lived, on the 6th floor. The price of L’s bike is twice that of M’s bike. The owner of least priced bike was not on 5th floor. The person having second highest priced bike lived below P but above N. The price of M’s bike was lower than P but higher than O. The person having second least priced bike was living just above the person whose bike price was an odd number. The person, whose bike was priced just lower than P, lived on the first floor. N lived on the 3rd floor.**Who among the following bike price is 17 thousand?**Correct**Answer: 2) I**

Hence, I’s bike price is 17 thousand.Incorrect**Answer: 2) I**

Hence, I’s bike price is 17 thousand. - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**Eight persons I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P lived in an eight floor building numbered from 1 to 8 (8 being the topmost floor). Each of them owns a bike which has a different price and no two people’s bike has the same price. The price of these bikes (in thousands) is 2, 3, 5, 8, 10, 14, 17 and 20.

The person with highest bike price lived on topmost floor. L who lived on an odd floor lives adjacent to K. The price of N’s bike was higher than the price of P’s bike but lower than the price of at least two people’s bike. I whose bike price was higher than N lived below J whose bike price was lower than M. P whose bike price was higher than at least three people lived, on the 6th floor. The price of L’s bike is twice that of M’s bike. The owner of least priced bike was not on 5th floor. The person having second highest priced bike lived below P but above N. The price of M’s bike was lower than P but higher than O. The person having second least priced bike was living just above the person whose bike price was an odd number. The person, whose bike was priced just lower than P, lived on the first floor. N lived on the 3rd floor.**How many persons bike price is lower than L?**Correct**Answer: 5) Four**

Hence, four persons bike price is lower than L.Incorrect**Answer: 5) Four**

Hence, four persons bike price is lower than L. - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**

The person with highest bike price lived on topmost floor. L who lived on an odd floor lives adjacent to K. The price of N’s bike was higher than the price of P’s bike but lower than the price of at least two people’s bike. I whose bike price was higher than N lived below J whose bike price was lower than M. P whose bike price was higher than at least three people lived, on the 6th floor. The price of L’s bike is twice that of M’s bike. The owner of least priced bike was not on 5th floor. The person having second highest priced bike lived below P but above N. The price of M’s bike was lower than P but higher than O. The person having second least priced bike was living just above the person whose bike price was an odd number. The person, whose bike was priced just lower than P, lived on the first floor. N lived on the 3rd floor.**What is the difference between the bike price of P and K?**Correct**Answer: 2) 12 thousand**

Hence, difference between P and K’s bike price is 12 thousand.Incorrect**Answer: 2) 12 thousand**

Hence, difference between P and K’s bike price is 12 thousand. - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Reasoning**(Directions 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**

The person with highest bike price lived on topmost floor. L who lived on an odd floor lives adjacent to K. The price of N’s bike was higher than the price of P’s bike but lower than the price of at least two people’s bike. I whose bike price was higher than N lived below J whose bike price was lower than M. P whose bike price was higher than at least three people lived, on the 6th floor. The price of L’s bike is twice that of M’s bike. The owner of least priced bike was not on 5th floor. The person having second highest priced bike lived below P but above N. The price of M’s bike was lower than P but higher than O. The person having second least priced bike was living just above the person whose bike price was an odd number. The person, whose bike was priced just lower than P, lived on the first floor. N lived on the 3rd floor.**Who among the following has bike with price 10 thousand?**Correct**Answer: 4) L**

Hence, L’s bike price is 10 thousand.Incorrect**Answer: 4) L**

Hence, L’s bike price is 10 thousand.

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