# Reasoning: Puzzles and Arrangements Set 65

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

Seven person P, Q, R, S, T, U, and V go to tour in different months of a year – January, March, April, May, July, August and September. They all like different colours Pink, Black, Brown, Purple, Blue, Green and Red but not necessarily in e order.

P goes in a month, which has less than 31 days. Two persons go between P and the one who like Black colour, and two persons go between the ones who like blue and black colour. One who likes blue colour did not go in a month, which has 31 days. Q likes red colour, and only one person go between P and Q. V goes to tour in a month, which has 30 days and he likes pink colour. One person goes between the one who likes pink and T, who likes brown colour. U doesn’t like black colour and go to tour immediately before T. U likes purple colour and one person goes between U and one who likes green colour. R goes to tour in any of the months after S.

1. Who went to tour immediately before P?
A) S
B) Q
C) R
D) V
E) Can’t be determined
Option A
Explanation:
Month — Person — Colour
January        Q            Red
March           S           Green
April              P            Blue
May               U          Purple
July                T          Brown
August           R          Black
September    V           Pink
2. In same way Q  is related to May, as P related to August. In the same way, U is related to which?
A) May
B) March
C) August
D) September
E) None of these
Option D
3. If Q interchanges his position with U and P interchanges his position with R, who went to tour immediately before Q?
A) S
B) R
C) V
D) P
E) None of these
Option B

4. If persons are arranged alphabetically from top to bottom, then position of how many remain unchanged?
A) One
B) No one
C) Two
D) Three
E) None of these
Option C

5. How many persons went between one who likes green and one who likes black colour?
A) One
B) Two
C) Three
D) More then three
E) None of these
Option C

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

Twelve person are seating in two rows and facing each other. In Row 1: persons facing south and row 2: facing North direction. In row one six persons are A, B, C, D, E, F and row two six persons are P, Q, R, S, T, U.

A is seating at one of the corners of row one. Two persons are seating between A and D.  Immediate neighbour of D faces S. Two persons are seating between S and U, who doesn’t face A. R is second to right of U. Two persons are seating between B and C, who does not face S, and also both do not sit at any end of row. Q is third to left of R. F is not seating at extreme end of row and also does not face T.

1. Who is facing D?
A) S
B) Q
C) R
D) U
E) Can’t be determined
Option R
Explanation:
Row1     A     C     F      D      B      E
Row2    Q     U    P       R      S      T

2. In same way A is related to P, as F is related to S. Then in same way, D is related to whom among the following?
A) T
B) R
C) S
D) Q
E) None of these
Option A

3. If Q interchanges his position with U and P interchanges his position with R, then who is now facing Q?
A) A
B) B
C) D
D) C
E) None of these
Option D

4. If in Row2, persons are arranged alphabetically right to left, then position of how many remain unchanged?
A) One
B) No one
C) Two
D) Three
E) None of these
Option A

5. Who among the following are seating at extreme ends of rows?
A)  A E Q R
B)  A E T Q
C)  T A P Q
D)  U R F A
E)  None of these
Option B

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