# Reasoning: Puzzles and Arrangements Set 74

Directions (1-3) :
a)There are three villages on each side of the road.
b)These six villages are labelled as A,B,C,D,E,F.
c)The villages are of different colors namely,red,blue,green,orange,yellow,white.
d)The villages are of different heights.
e)E,the tallest village,is exactly opposite to red colored village.
f)The shortest village is exactly opposite to the green colored village.
g)F ,the orange colored village,is located between A and D.
h)C,the yellow colored village,is exactly opposite to A.
i)B,the green colored village,is exactly opposite to F.
j)A,the white colored village,is taller than C,but shorter than D and B.

1. Which is the second tallest village?
A
B
C
D
cannot be determined
Option E
Explanation:

2. What is the color of the tallest village?
red
blue
yellow
green
orange
Option B

3. What is the color of the village diagonally opposite to the yellow colored village?
red
green
white
blue
orange
Option A

Directions (4-8):
A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J are the only ten people in a department.There is a proposal that a cricket team should be formed from the people of the department.The conditions are as given:
a)a team must include exactly one among E,G and H.
b)a team must include either C or F ,but not both of them.
c)If a team includes A,then it must also include B,and vice versa.
d)If a team includes one amongst H,I and J then it must also include the other two.
e)B and D cannot be members of the same team.
f)B and I cannot be members of the same team.

*The size of a cricket team is defined as the number of members in the team.

1. Who cannot be a member of a team of size 3?
B
C
D
E
F
Option A
in a team of size 3,we cannot include either A or B as they would increase the minimum team size to 4.

2. Who can be a member of a team of size 5?
A
B
C
E
G
Option C

3. What could be the size of the largest possible team?
8
6
7
5
NONE OF THE ABOVE
Option D
One from C/F,H,I,J and D gives us 5 members.

4. In how many ways a team can be constituted so that the team includes D?
2
4
6
5
8
Option C
If D is taken,B is rejected.So A is also rejected.Then one amongst E/G/H is to be taken.This can be done in 3 ways as if we take H,I and J would be automatically get selected.and if we take either E or G,then H,I and J automatically gets rejected.Also one amongst C/F has to be taken compulsorily..So there are 3*2=6 ways.

5. What could be the size of a team that includes A?
2 or 3
3 or 4
only 4
2 or 4
only 2
Option C
If A is taken,B should be taken,so D and I are not taken.If I is not taken,H and J are also rejected.Also,one from C or F and one from E/G have to be taken.

1. Directions (9-10):
A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H are sitting around a circular table facing inwards.Some info is given as:
a)D is sitting opposite to H and to the immediate right of G.
b)E is sitting to the immediate right of B.
c)A is sitting opposite C who is not immediately next to F on either side.

1. Who is sitting to the immediate right of H?
A
D
E
F
NONE OF THESE
Option A
Explanation:

2. Who is sitting opposite B?
A
D
F
H
none of these
Option C

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