# Mixed Reasoning Questions for Upcoming Exams – Set 159

1. Study the following information and answer the given questions:

Eight students are sitting around a circular table. Four of them are facing towards the centre and four of them are facing away from the centre. Each of them like a different colour. The one who likes pale is not the immediate neighbour of Farah and faces away from the centre. Akansha sits second to the left of Caryl and likes neither beige nor grey. The one who likes beige is an immediate neighbour of Himani and Farah. Banya faces away from the centre and does not like pale and maroon. Elvish faces towards the centre and likes pink. Both the immediate neighbours of Elvish face away from the centre and like blue and maroon colour. D faces away from the centre.Both the immediate neighbours of Danish face towards the centre. Elvish sits third to the right of Farah,who likes yale. Caryl sits third to the left of Farah. The one who likes blue sits opposite to Farah. Garima does not like white colour. Danish isn’t immediate neighbor of Elvish. Danish does not like grey colour.

Garima likes which of the following colour?

Blue
Beige
Yale
Pink
None of these
Option B
pink-pale
black-beige blue-blue yellow-yale
green-grey
magenta-maroon
purple-pink

2. Who among the following likes Grey colour?
Caryl
Danish
Akansha
Cannot be determined
None of these
Option A

3. Who among the following sits third to the left of Garima?
The one who likes blue color
The one who likes yale color
Himani
Farah
None of these
Option A

4. How many persons are sitting between Danish and the one who likes maroon colour?
1
2
4
3
None of these
Option D

5. What is the position of Himani with respect to Farah?
Immediate left
Immediate right
3rd to the left
2nd to the right
None of these
Option D

6. In this question, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statement and select the appropriate answer:

STATEMENTS: Pz>Qz>Rz=Uz, Uz≥Tz
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Rz>Wz
b) Uz=Wz

Only conclusion a is true
Only conclusion b is true
Either conclusion a or b is true
Both conclusion a and b is true
Neither conclusion a or b is true
Option C

7. STATEMENTS: Pq>Qq>RqSq, Vq
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Pq>Sq
b) Pq < Sq
Only conclusion a is true
Only conclusion b is true
Either conclusion a or b is true
Both conclusion a and b is true
Neither conclusion a or b is true
Option E

8. STATEMENTS: Akansha = Kavya > Xylo < Lokesh > Nitesh ≤ Riya; Queen ≥ Akansha; Nitesh = Mani
CONCLUSIONS:
a)Queen > Xylo
b) Kavya > Mani
Only conclusion a is true
Only conclusion b is true
Either conclusion a or b is true
Both conclusion a and b is true
Neither conclusion a or b is true
Option A

9. STATEMENTS: Jz = Kz > Xz < Lz > Nz ≤ Rz; Qz ≥ Kz; Jz < Mz
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Qz > Xz
b) Xz < Mz
Only conclusion a is true
Only conclusion b is true
Either conclusion a or b is true
Both conclusion a and b is true
Neither conclusion a or b is true
Option D

10. STATEMENTS: Jc >Kc> Xc < Lc > Nc ≤ Rc; Qc ≥ Jc < Mc
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Rc < Mc
b) Mc ≥ Rc
Only conclusion a is true
Only conclusion b is true
Either conclusion a or b is true
Both conclusion a and b is true
Neither conclusion a or b is true
Option E

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