Directions(1-5): Read the given information and answer the questions:
Seven boxes are placed one above another. Each box contains different numbers of chocolates i.e. 14, 17, 40, 25, 32, 9 and 16.There are three boxes are placed between box A1 and the one which contain maximum number of chocolates. More than four boxes are placed above box C1. Box E1 does not contain maximum number of chocolates. G1 contain number of chocolates which is perfect square of even number. Number of boxes between G1 and D1 is half of number of boxes between G1 and C1 which contain number of chocolates which is perfect square of an odd number. Difference between number of chocolates is 5 in box D1 and F1 which is placed just below D1. Box E1 placed below B1. Box A1 contain 15 chocolates more than E1. Box B1 placed below box A1.
- What is the number of chocolates in box D1?
3225914Either c or dOption E
- Difference between the number of chocolates between the box which is placed at top of the stack and the box which is placed at the bottom?
- How many boxes are placed between F1 and the box which contain 17 chocolates?
1234None of theseOption B
- Which among the following box is placed just above box C1?
G1D1F1A1None of theseOption E
- Which of the following box contain second highest number of chocolates?
A1B1C1D1None of theseOption A
- In a row total 46 candidates are seated. R sits 8th from the left end of the row and I sits 9th from the right end of the row. If D sits exactly middle of R and I then find the rank of D from the right end of the row?
24181517None of theseOption A
- Among Akash, Bani, Caryl, Dinesh and Elvish, each having scored different marks, Bani has scored more marks than Elvish and Dinesh. Bani has not scored the highest marks among them. Who among them scored the second-highest marks?
BaniElvishDineshAkashCannot be determinedOption E
a)No N is A.
b)All A are C.
c) All C are Y.
a)No N is C
b)No N are Y.
c)Some C are not A.
d)Some Y are not A.Only a followsOnly c followsOnly b and c followsOnly d followsNone followsOption E
a)Some P are B.
b) Some B are O.
c)Some O are G..
a)No P are G.
b)No O are P.
c)Some B are G.
d)Some O are P.Only a and b followOnly b and c followNone followsAll followsNone of theseOption E
a)No E is W.
b)No W are P.
c)All P are A.
a)No W is E.
b)Some W are not P.
c)Some P are A.
d)Some A are P.Only a followsOnly b and c followsOnly b and d followsAll followsNone of theseOption D
Directions(8-10): In each question below are given some statements followed by some conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with 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.