Reasoning : Puzzles and Arrangements for Upcoming Exams -Set 126

Directions (1-5) : Study the information and answer the questions :
Ten people are seating on two parallel rows. Mani, Nitesh, Oman, Priyal and Queen are seating in row 1 and facing towards south. Elvish, Farah, Gaurav, Himani and Ishan are seating in row 2 and facing north. They like different mobiles- Sony , Apple , Samsung , Lenovo and Nokia. Two persons like same mobile such that one of them is in row 1 and the other is in row 2(i.e. both the persons who like Sony Mobile sit in different rows). The one who likes Sony in row 1 faces the one who sits second to the left of the one who likes Sony in row 2. The one who likes Samsung sits third to the left of the one who likes Sony in row 2. The one who sits immediate right of Mani faces Gaurav. Mani sits second from one of the ends. Priyal sits right to Oman but not immediate right. The number of persons sitting to the left of Gaurav is same as the number of persons sitting to the right of Oman. Ishan faces the one who likes Lenovo. Only one person sits between Nitesh and the one who likes Nokia. More than two person sits between Ishan and Farah. Ishan does not like Sony. Gaurav likes Lenovo. Mani does not like Nokia and Sony. Nitesh faces the one who likes Apple. The one who likes Lenovo sits immediate left to Mani. Priyal does not like Samsung. Himani sits right of Elvish.

  1. Who among the following faces Oman?
    Gaurav
    Farah
    Elvish
    Ishan
    Himani
    Option A

     

  2. Priyal likes which of the following mobile?
    Sony
    Apple
    Lenovo
    Nokia
    Cannot be determined
    Option B

     

  3. Which of the following statement is true about Elvish?
    None is true
    The one who sits secong right of Elvish faces Mani
    Oman is facing Elvish
    Elvish likes Lenovo
    All are true
    Option B

     

  4. Who among the following sits opposite to Nitesh?
    The one who sits second left of Gaurav
    The one who likes Sony
    Both a and b
    The one who likes Apple
    Cannot be determined
    Option D

     

  5. Who among the following sits third to the right of the one who is facing Himani?
    Priyal
    Farah
    Nitesh
    Oman
    Queen
    Option A

     

  6. Directions (5-10) : Study the following information and answer the questions:

    Eight candidates are sitting in a row but not necessarily in the same order. Only three persons face south direction. All of them are of different ages i.e. 49, 28, 36, 84, 16, 18, 77, and 37 but not necessarily in the same order. Four persons sit between Gaurav and Danish. Ceon sits immediate left of Elvish and Ceon’s age is perfect square as well as an odd number. Danish’s age is a perfect square and sits third right of Ceon. Banya sits right of Ceon. Farah is three times older than Himani. Danish’s age is double of Akansha’s age. Elvish sits third from the extreme end of the row and he is second oldest person of the group. Banya’s age is perfect square as well as an even number. Ceon and Gaurav both face same direction. Akansha sits fourth left of Ceon. Elvish face south direction. Ceon and Gaurav are immediate neighbors of Farah. Banya is younger than Danish. Ceon does not sit immediate right of Elvish.

  7. Who among the following is 16 years old?
    Danish
    Banya
    Elvish
    Ceon
    Farah
    Option B

     

  8. Who among the following sits second to the right of Danish?
    Farah
    Elvish
    Gaurav
    Akansha
    Himani
    Option B

     

  9. Which of the following statement is true about Himani?
    Age difference between Himani and Akansha is 10 years
    Himani sits 3rd from right end
    Himani sits immediate right of Gaurav
    Both a and b
    All are true
    Option A

     

  10. What is the position of Elvish with respect to Gaurav?
    Immediate left
    Immediate right
    4th to the left
    3rd to the right
    None of these
    Option D

     

  11. Who among the following is 21 years younger than Ceon?
    Danish
    Elvish
    Farah
    Gaurav
    Himani
    Option E

     


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