## Friday, October 14, 2016

1. If S + O; C – E; S \$ L; C \$ O and M @ L then how is E’s father related to M’s father?
1) Husband 2) Brother 3) Father 4) Brother-in-law 5) None of these

Directions (Q. 2-6): Study the following information and answer the questions given below. In a conference 8 people A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H from different cities Delhi, Pune, Kochi, Mumbai,Chennai, Lucknow, Bhatinda and Amritsar but not necessarily in same order are sitting around a rectangular table. 3 persons are sitting on the each longer sides and 2 on the smaller sides. D is sitting second to the right of the person who is from Amritsar. E is sitting third to the left of the person who is from Lucknow. F and G are sitting opposite each other. C is sitting diagonally opposite the person from Bhatinda. B is sitting opposite the person who is from Delhi. The person from Mumbai is sitting second the right of the person from Chennai and second to the left of A, who is not sitting near the person who is from Bhatinda. G is sitting on the smaller side and to the right of the person who is from Bhatinda. Persons from Chennai and Mumbai are not on the same side of the  table. Person from Mumbai is sitting third to the right of the person from Amritsar, who is not sitting diagonally opposite the person from Pune.

2 . Who is sitting third to the right of the person from Lucknow.
1) E 2) Person from Chennai 3) A 4) Person from Bhatinda 5) None of these

3. Who is definitely sitting diagonally opposite D?
1) A 2) C 3) Person from Delhi 4) Person from Kochi 5) Can't be determined

4. According to the sitting arrangement what will come in place of question mark? D : Mumbai :: C : ?
1) Lucknow 2) Chennai 3) Kochi 4) Amritsar 5) None of these

5. To which city does A belong?
1) Pune 2) Delhi 3) Chennai 4) Amritsar 5) Can't be determined

6. Which of the following combinations is definitely correct?
1) H – Amritsar 2) D – Chennai 3) A – Pune 4) G – Mumbai 5) None of these

Directions (Q. 7-9): Study the following information and answer the questions given below. A team has to be constituted of a fixed number of members from a group of 8 persons – B, D, F, H, J,K, L and N. F cannot be selected with B. Selection of J and N together is not possible. Selection of only one person is possible between L and K. H is compulsorily to be selected if either D or K is selected.

7. If D and N have been selected in a four member team, then in how many ways can the team be constituted?
1) Five 2) Four 3) Three 4) Two 5) One

8. If L has to be selected, then who must be selected in a team of five members?
1) F 2) N 3) B 4) H 5) J

9. If H is not to be selected, then a team of maximum how many persons can be constituted?
1) Two 2) Four 3) Three 4) Five 5) One

Directions (Q. 10): In each of the questions below are given four statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance  with commonly known facts. Read all the given conclusions from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

10. Statements: Some pink are red. All red are yellow.

No yellow is green. Some green are pink.
Conclusions: I. Some pink are yellow.
II. Some pink which are yellow are not green.
III. Some pink are not green.

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