Directions(1-5): Study the following information and answer the questions:
Eight students Jaya, Kavya, Lokesh, Mani, Queen, Oman, Priyal and Rashi are living in a same building on different floors i.e. ground floor is numbered 1, floor above 1 is numbered 2 and so on till topmost floor which is numbered 8. Five persons sit between Rashi and Mani and only one of them live on either lowermost or topmost floor. Kavya lives either immediately above or below Rashi’s floor. Jaya lives on 5th floor. Three persons live between Jaya and Priyal. Oman lives above Lokesh and Jaya. Four persons live between Priyal and Queen.
- Who among the following lives on the floor which is just above the floor of Queen?
ManiPriyalJayaRashiNone of theseOption E
- Lokesh lives on which floor?
3rd4th2ndCannot be determinedNone of theseOption B
- How many persons live between the floors on which Kavya and Oman live?
- Who among the following lives on topmost and bottommost floor respectively?
Lokesh,PriyalPriyal,LokeshMani,PriyalCannot be determinedNone of theseOption C
- Who among the following lives on immediate above Kavya?
QueenLokeshPriyalCannot be determinedNone of theseOption B
- There are 23 candidates in a class. SU ranks fourth among the boys in the class. SH ranks fifth among the girls in the class. SU is one rank below SH in the class. No two candidates hold the same rank in the class. What is SH’s rank in the class?
8th5th6th7thNone of theseOption A
- In a row of 55 candidates K’s position is 39th from the left and M’s position is 36th from right then how many candiadtes are there between them?
17181615None of theseOption B
a)All S is J.
b)Some S is R.
c)All R is Z.
a)Some S is not Z.
b) Some R can be J.Only a is trueOnly b is trueEither a or b are trueBoth a and b are trueNeither a or b is trueOption E
a)No G is B.
b) All B is M.
c) All G is D..
a) All D can be M.
b) All D can never be B.Only a is trueOnly b is trueEither a or b is trueBoth a and b are trueNeither a nor b is trueOption D
a)All C are B.
b)Some E is T.
c)Some T is C.
a)Some E is C is a possibility.
b)Some E is B.Only a is trueOnly b is trueEither a or b is trueNeither a nor b is trueBoth a and b are trueOption A
Directions(8-10): In each of the questions given below some statements are followed by some conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.