# Mixed Reasoning Questions for Upcoming Exams – Set 80 (Ranking)

Direction (1-3): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Each of the four friends – Mansi, Nitika, Sarika and Vanita are from four different cities – Ahmadabad, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Kolkata and have one car each among – Ferrari, Renault, Mc. Laren and Williams, not necessarily in the same order.
(i) Nitika is neither from Kolkata nor she has Williams.
(ii) Sarika does not have Mc. Laren.
(iii) Vanita has Ferrari but is not from Kolkata.
(v) The person from Kolkata does not have Williams and the person from Hyderabad does not have Mc. Laren.

Nitika
Vanita
Sarika
Either (1) or (2)
Either (1) or (3)
Option B
Solution
Persons:- Mansi, Nitika, Sarika and Vanita.
Cars:- Ferrari, Renault, Mc. Laren and Williams.
1) Vanita has Ferrari but is not from Kolkata and Mansi is from Ahmadabad.

2) Nitika is neither from Kolkata nor she has Williams.
So, Sarika is from Kolkata.
3) The person from Kolkata does not have Williams and the person from Hyderabad does not have Mc. Laren and Sarika does not have Mc. Laren.
So, Mansi has Williams and Nitika has Mc. Laren and is from Bangalore.

2. Who has Williams?
Nitika
Sarika
Mansi
Either (1) or (2)
Cannot be determined
Option C
Hence, Mansi has Williams.

3. The person from which city has Mc. Laren?
Bangalore
Kolkata
Either (1) or (2)
Either (2) or (3)
Option A
Hence, Nitika from Bangalore has Mc. Laren.

4. Direction (4-6): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Each of the five boys – Anil, Krishna, Arun, Munna and Sudesh owns a different type of car and the colours of their cars are different. It is also known that
(i) Anil owns a red coloured car but owns neither Santro nor Indica.
(ii) Arun owns Nano but it is neither of blue nor white colour.
(iii) Krishna owns either Zen or Indica but not a blue coloured car.
(iv) Sudesh owns either Ascent or Indica but not a white coloured one.
(v) Munna owns neither a silver coloured car nor a white colour car.
(vi) Neither Sudesh nor Munna owns yellow colour car.
(vii) Indica is not silver coloured.

5. Which colour car does Arun own?
White
Yellow
Red
Silver
Cannot be determined
Option B
Solution:
Persons:- Anil, Krishna, Arun, Munna and Sudesh.
Colour:- Red, blue, white, yellow, silver
Car:- Sanntro, Indica, Nano, Zen, Ascent
1) Anil owns a red coloured car but owns neither Santro nor Indica and Arun owns Nano but it is neither of blue nor white colour.

2) Munna owns neither a silver coloured car nor a white colour car and neither Sudesh nor Munna owns yellow colour car.
So, Munna owns a blue coloured car.
3) Krishna owns either Zen or Indica but not a blue coloured car and Sudesh owns either Ascent or Indica but not a white coloured one and Arun owns Nano but it is neither of blue nor white colour.

So, Sudesh owns a silver coloured car and Arun owns a yellow coloured car.

4) Sudesh owns either Ascent or Indica but not a white coloured one and Indica is not silver coloured.
So, Sudesh owns Ascent and Indica is of white colour.
5) Anil owns a red coloured car but owns neither Santro nor Indica.
So, Anil owns Zen.

Hence, Arun owns a yellow car.

6. Which car does Anil own?
Zen
Ascent
Santro
Indica
Nano
Option A
Hence, Anil owns Zen.

7. What is the colour of Ascent?
Silver
Blue
Red
Yellow
White
Option A
Hence, Ascent is of silver colour.

8. Directions (7-10): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:

Eight shopkeepers A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H sold different number of stuffed toys. H sold 52 units of stuffed toys. F sold more stuffed toys than only one person. The number of persons who sold more stuffed toys than D is equal to the number of persons who sold less stuffed toys than A. Three persons sold less stuffed toys than H but more stuffed toys than C. Not more than two persons sold more stuffed toys than D. E did not sell the least number of stuffed toys. Only one person sold less number of stuffed toys than B but more number of stuffed toys than G.

9. How many stuff toys did D probably sell?
55
50
51
48
Cannot be determined
Option A
Solution:
Shopkeeper – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H
1. F sold more stuffed toys than only one person.
2. The number of persons who sold more stuffed toys than D is equal to the number of persons who sold less stuffed toys than A. Not more than two persons sold more stuffed toys than D.

3. Three persons sold less stuffed toys than H but more stuffed toys than C. Only one person sold less number of stuffed toys than B but more number of stuffed toys than G. H sold 52 units of stuffed toys.

4. E did not sell the least number of stuffed toys.
This is not possible in case 2. So, case 1 is correct.

Hence, D may sell 55 stuffed toys.

10. Who among the following sold least number of stuffed toys?
C
G
D
A
F
Option D
Hence, A sold the least number of stuffed toys.

11. How many persons sold stuffed toys between H and F?
None
One
Two
Three
Four
Option E
Hence, four persons sold stuffed toys between H and F.

12. Who among the following sell the highest number of toys?
B
G
C
D
None of these
Option D
Hence, D sold the highest number of toys.