Directions (1-5): Read the following information and answer the questions:
Seven students-Priyal, Queen, Ritika, Shibi, Taru, Udita and Varsha have seated in a square table having 8 seats. Some of them are seated at the corner of the table while some of them have seated at the centre of the table. One seat is vacant. Some of them face towards the centre and some faces away from the centre. The students are from different cities viz. Lucknow, Pune , Chennai , Nashik , Kanpur , Barabanki and Satna and have different mobiles viz. Sony , Lenovo , Apple , Acer , Samsung , Motorola and Jio but not necessarily in the same order.The students from Chennai and Lucknow sit together and Udita does not belong to any of these cities. The one from Pune sits second to the left of Udita who have Lenovo. Queen sits immediate left of Ritika but does not sit on any of the corner. Shibi faces the direction similar to that of Varsha but opposite to that of Priyal. Ritika is from either Satna or Kanpur. The one who have Sony sits immediate right of the one who have Lenovo. Neither Varsha nor Priyal is from Chennai. The one from Kanpur sits third to the left of Queen. Udita and Varsha sit opposite to each other and faces away from each other. The one who is from Chennai have Motorola. The one who have Jio sits fourth to the right of the one who have Apple. Taru is from Barabanki and faces towards the centre and is the only one sitting between Priyal and Shibi on a side. The one who have Apple sits immediate left of Shibi. Varsha does not have Samsung. The student from Kanpur sits diagonally opposite to the one who have Samsung.
- How many students sit between Taru and Varsha when counted anti-clockwise?
- Shibi belongs to which city?
- Which of the following combination is correct?
Queen-Pune-JioRitika-Nashik-SamsungBoth a and bTaru-Barabanki-SonyAll are falseOption A
- How many students face away from the centre?
0123None of theseOption D
- Who among the following have Acer?
QueenRitikaShibiPriyalNone of theseOption E
Ca ≥ Da, Da ≤ Fa, Fa > Ga, Ga < Ha CONCLUSIONS: a) Ca > Fa
b) Ha > Fa
c) Ga < DaOnly a followsOnly b followsBoth a and b followsNone followsBoth b and c followsOption D
Mani < Kamna, Kamna ≤ Priyal, Priyal = Queen, Queen ≥ Ritika CONCLUSIONS: a)Mani< Priyal b)Kamna = Queen c)Priyal > RitikaOnly a followsOnly b followsBoth a and b followsBoth b and c followsNone of theseOption A
Garima < Isha, Isha ≥ Kamna, Kamna = Mani, Mani < Ojasvee CONCLUSIONS: a) Isha≥ Mani b) Kamna < Ojasvee c)Garima > KamnaOnly a followsOnly b followsBoth b and c followsNone followsBoth a and b followsOption E
Pz ≤ Qz, Qz = Rz, Rz < Sz, Sz > Tz
a)Pz < Tz b)Rz = Pz c) Tz < RzOnly a followsOnly b followsOnly c followsBoth a and b followsNone followsOption E
Dx ≥ Fx, Fx ≤ Gx, Gx > Hx, Hx < Tx CONCLUSIONS: a)Dx= Gx b) Fx ≤ Hx c) Gx > TxNone followsOnly a followsOnly b followsOnly c followsNone of theseOption A
Directions (6-10): In each of the following questions some statements followed by some conclusions are given. Assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the conclusions follow(s) the given statements and choose appropriate answer: