Reasoning: Puzzles and Arrangements Set 61

 

Directions (1 – 5): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

Seven friends namely, A, B, C, D, E, F and G have different cars namely, Alto, Santro, Wagon R, I20, Ford, Hyundai, BMW, but not necessarily in the same order. Also they have to attend classes from Monday to Sunday (of the same week), but not necessarily in the same order.

A attends a class on Friday. Only two people attend classes between A and the one who owns I20. F attends a class immediately before D, Neither F nor D owns I20. Only one person attends a class between F and the one who owns Wagon R. The one who owns Wagon R does not have a class on Monday. B attends a class immediately before the one who owns Alto. A does not own Alto. Only one person has a class between F and E. C owns Hyundai. Only two people have classes between C and the one who owns Ford. E does not own BMW.

  1. Who owns Santro car?
    A) A
    B) D
    C) G
    D) C
    E) E
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    Option E
    Arrangement:

  2. Who attended class between B and D?
    A) F
    B) E
    C) A
    D) G
    E) C
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     Option A
    A and E
  3. Which of the following combination of day-person-car is correct as per given arrangement>
    A) Tuesday-B-Alto
    B) Saturday-D-BMW
    C) Friday-A-Ford
    D) Sunday-C-Hyundai
    E) Monday-G-Santro
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     Option D
  4. Who attended class on Saturday?
    A) A

    B) G
    C) F
    D) D
    E) B
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     Option B
  5. If F and G interchange the days on which they have to attend class, then how many people attended class between F and D?
    A) Two
    B) One
    C) Four
    D) None
    E) Three
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     Option B

Directions (6 – 10): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows with five persons in each row. In row 1, A, B, C, D and E are sitting with all of them facing south. In row 2, P, Q R, S and T are sitting with all of them facing north. Each person seating in a row faces a person of opposite row. Each of them belongs to different districts of India — Red, Orange, Blue, Green, Black, Yellow, White, Grey, Pink and Violet but not necessarily in the same order.

The one who likes red colour sits at an extreme end. Two persons sit between the one who likes red colour and E. P sits in the middle of the row. P and Q are not immediate neighbours. Q does not like Violet colour. T is sitting at an extreme end of the row. E likes Black colour and sits on the immediate right of the one who likes Orange colour. E faces the immediate neighbour of Q. C does not sit at the extreme left end of the row. P does not like Pink colour. Only one person is sitting between B and D, who likes Red colour. S likes Yellow colour and he is an immediate neighbour of the person who likes Violet colour. The one who likes Blue colour does not face S. R, who likes Green colour, is an immediate neighbour of the person who likes Pink colour. The one who likes Pink colour faces the immediate neighbour of the one who likes Black colour. Two persons are sitting between the ones who like White and Blue colours. C and T do not like White and Grey colour respectively.

  1. Who likes white color?
    A) C
    B) F
    C) D
    D) A
    E) B
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    Option D
    Arrangement:

    C(blue)………E(black)………B(orange)………….A(white)……..D(red) —–SouthQ(pink)………R(green)……..P(grey)…………S(yellow)…………T(violet) ——North
  2. Who faces the one who likes red colour?
    A) S
    B) G
    C) T
    D) D
    E) R
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     Option C
  3. How many people are sitting between C and the one who likes orange colour?
    A) None
    B) Cannot be determined
    C) Three
    D) Two
    E) One
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     Option E
  4. R likes which of the following colours?
    A) Other than given in options
    B) Orange
    C) Green
    D) Red
    E) Violet
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     Option C
  5. Who is sitting 2nd to left of the one who likes orange color?
    A) C
    B) A
    C) P
    D) D
    E) R
    View Answer
     Option D

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12 Thoughts to “Reasoning: Puzzles and Arrangements Set 61”

  1. the walking dead

    1st in 2 min
    2nd in 5 min:)

    1. karthik

      bro how? in 2min great…

      1. the walking dead

        it was very easy…u can also try…

        1. karthik

          i did in 3:12min, but ur reading and attempting very fast than me..

          1. the walking dead

            may be,,,:)

          2. Shreyaa Mammai

            plz bro tell how to do the puzzle in limited time

  2. karthik

    plz giving us ibps rrb po mains level

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    aswom………….

  4. Ankush Choudhary

    first in 2 min
    second in 4 min

  5. smiley

    1st in 2min

    2nd 4 min

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