# Linear Arrangement Questions and Answers updated daily – Logical Reasoning

## Linear Arrangement Questions

**Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows, facing each other. Anil, Benny, Carol, Dhanu and Emy are facing south while Pankaj, Lucy, Raghu, Sunil and Tanu are facing North. All of them lives in the same building having five floors, ground floor is numbered as 1 and topmost is numbered as 5. There are two people living on each floor of the building.

Raghu faces Carol. Benny, who is sitting to the immediate left of Dhanu, is facing Tanu, who lives on the floor immediately below Benny. Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu, sits on one of the extreme ends. Emy sits opposite to Lucy and both live on the same floor. There is only one floor between Pankaj and Lucy. Carol lives below Raghu. Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj who faces Anil. Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor sits on one of the extreme ends. Dhanu and Pankaj lives on the same floor. Raghu, who is an immediate neighbour of Licy lives on the same floor as Benny.

Refer the above for the Questions 61 to 60

**References:**

Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu, sits on one of the extreme ends.

Raghu faces Carol.

Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor sits on one of the extreme ends and Pankaj faces Anil.

From the hints, we have 2 possible cases.

**References:**

Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj.

From this condition, we cant place Pankaj in case 2. So case 2 gets eliminated.

**References:**

Raghu, who is an immediate neighbour of Lucy lives on the same floor as Benny.

Emy sits opposite to Lucy and both live on the same floor.

Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj who faces Anil.

Benny, who is sitting to the immediate left of Dhanu, is facing Tanu.

From the hints we can place everyone and left over person is Sunil who sits in the middle.

**References:**

Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor.

Dhanu and Pankaj lives on the same floor.

Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu. Carol lives below Raghu.

Tanu lives on the floor immediately below Benny.

There is only one floor between Pankaj and Lucy.

Emy and Lucy lives on the same floor.

Raghu lives on the same floor as Benny.

From the hints, we can conclude that Pankaj and Dhanu lives on 5th floor, Emy and Lucy lives on 3rd floor, Carol and Tanu lives on the first floor and so Raghu and Benny lives on 2nd floor.

Here, the left over is Anil and Sunil lives on 4th floor.

Pankaj sits second to the right of Sunil. Pankaj is opposite to Anil.

**Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows, facing each other. Anil, Benny, Carol, Dhanu and Emy are facing south while Pankaj, Lucy, Raghu, Sunil and Tanu are facing North. All of them lives in the same building having five floors, ground floor is numbered as 1 and topmost is numbered as 5. There are two people living on each floor of the building.

Raghu faces Carol. Benny, who is sitting to the immediate left of Dhanu, is facing Tanu, who lives on the floor immediately below Benny. Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu, sits on one of the extreme ends. Emy sits opposite to Lucy and both live on the same floor. There is only one floor between Pankaj and Lucy. Carol lives below Raghu. Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj who faces Anil. Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor sits on one of the extreme ends. Dhanu and Pankaj lives on the same floor. Raghu, who is an immediate neighbour of Licy lives on the same floor as Benny.

Refer the above for the Questions 62 to 61

**References:**

Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu, sits on one of the extreme ends.

Raghu faces Carol.

Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor sits on one of the extreme ends and Pankaj faces Anil.

From the hints, we have 2 possible cases.

**References:**

Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj.

From this condition, we cant place Pankaj in case 2. So case 2 gets eliminated.

**References:**

Raghu, who is an immediate neighbour of Lucy lives on the same floor as Benny.

Emy sits opposite to Lucy and both live on the same floor.

Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj who faces Anil.

Benny, who is sitting to the immediate left of Dhanu, is facing Tanu.

From the hints we can place everyone and left over person is Sunil who sits in the middle.

**References:**

Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor.

Dhanu and Pankaj lives on the same floor.

Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu. Carol lives below Raghu.

Tanu lives on the floor immediately below Benny.

There is only one floor between Pankaj and Lucy.

Emy and Lucy lives on the same floor.

Raghu lives on the same floor as Benny.

From the hints, we can conclude that Pankaj and Dhanu lives on 5th floor, Emy and Lucy lives on 3rd floor, Carol and Tanu lives on the first floor and so Raghu and Benny lives on 2nd floor.

Here, the left over is Anil and Sunil lives on 4th floor.

Given all persons are living in even numbered floor. So correct answer is none of these.

**Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows, facing each other. Anil, Benny, Carol, Dhanu and Emy are facing south while Pankaj, Lucy, Raghu, Sunil and Tanu are facing North. All of them lives in the same building having five floors, ground floor is numbered as 1 and topmost is numbered as 5. There are two people living on each floor of the building.

Raghu faces Carol. Benny, who is sitting to the immediate left of Dhanu, is facing Tanu, who lives on the floor immediately below Benny. Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu, sits on one of the extreme ends. Emy sits opposite to Lucy and both live on the same floor. There is only one floor between Pankaj and Lucy. Carol lives below Raghu. Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj who faces Anil. Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor sits on one of the extreme ends. Dhanu and Pankaj lives on the same floor. Raghu, who is an immediate neighbour of Licy lives on the same floor as Benny.

Refer the above for the Questions 63 to 62

**References:**

Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu, sits on one of the extreme ends.

Raghu faces Carol.

Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor sits on one of the extreme ends and Pankaj faces Anil.

From the hints, we have 2 possible cases.

**References:**

Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj.

From this condition, we cant place Pankaj in case 2. So case 2 gets eliminated.

**References:**

Raghu, who is an immediate neighbour of Lucy lives on the same floor as Benny.

Emy sits opposite to Lucy and both live on the same floor.

Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj who faces Anil.

Benny, who is sitting to the immediate left of Dhanu, is facing Tanu.

From the hints we can place everyone and left over person is Sunil who sits in the middle.

**References:**

Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor.

Dhanu and Pankaj lives on the same floor.

Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu. Carol lives below Raghu.

Tanu lives on the floor immediately below Benny.

There is only one floor between Pankaj and Lucy.

Emy and Lucy lives on the same floor.

Raghu lives on the same floor as Benny.

From the hints, we can conclude that Pankaj and Dhanu lives on 5th floor, Emy and Lucy lives on 3rd floor, Carol and Tanu lives on the first floor and so Raghu and Benny lives on 2nd floor.

Here, the left over is Anil and Sunil lives on 4th floor.

Tanu sits between Sunil and Pankaj.

**Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows, facing each other. Anil, Benny, Carol, Dhanu and Emy are facing south while Pankaj, Lucy, Raghu, Sunil and Tanu are facing North. All of them lives in the same building having five floors, ground floor is numbered as 1 and topmost is numbered as 5. There are two people living on each floor of the building.

Raghu faces Carol. Benny, who is sitting to the immediate left of Dhanu, is facing Tanu, who lives on the floor immediately below Benny. Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu, sits on one of the extreme ends. Emy sits opposite to Lucy and both live on the same floor. There is only one floor between Pankaj and Lucy. Carol lives below Raghu. Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj who faces Anil. Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor sits on one of the extreme ends. Dhanu and Pankaj lives on the same floor. Raghu, who is an immediate neighbour of Licy lives on the same floor as Benny.

Refer the above for the Questions 64 to 63

**References:**

Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu, sits on one of the extreme ends.

Raghu faces Carol.

Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor sits on one of the extreme ends and Pankaj faces Anil.

From the hints, we have 2 possible cases.

**References:**

Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj.

From this condition, we cant place Pankaj in case 2. So case 2 gets eliminated.

**References:**

Raghu, who is an immediate neighbour of Lucy lives on the same floor as Benny.

Emy sits opposite to Lucy and both live on the same floor.

Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj who faces Anil.

Benny, who is sitting to the immediate left of Dhanu, is facing Tanu.

From the hints we can place everyone and left over person is Sunil who sits in the middle.

**References:**

Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor.

Dhanu and Pankaj lives on the same floor.

Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu. Carol lives below Raghu.

Tanu lives on the floor immediately below Benny.

There is only one floor between Pankaj and Lucy.

Emy and Lucy lives on the same floor.

Raghu lives on the same floor as Benny.

From the hints, we can conclude that Pankaj and Dhanu lives on 5th floor, Emy and Lucy lives on 3rd floor, Carol and Tanu lives on the first floor and so Raghu and Benny lives on 2nd floor.

Here, the left over is Anil and Sunil lives on 4th floor.

Sunil - Anil lives on the 4th floor.

**Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows, facing each other. Anil, Benny, Carol, Dhanu and Emy are facing south while Pankaj, Lucy, Raghu, Sunil and Tanu are facing North. All of them lives in the same building having five floors, ground floor is numbered as 1 and topmost is numbered as 5. There are two people living on each floor of the building.

Raghu faces Carol. Benny, who is sitting to the immediate left of Dhanu, is facing Tanu, who lives on the floor immediately below Benny. Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu, sits on one of the extreme ends. Emy sits opposite to Lucy and both live on the same floor. There is only one floor between Pankaj and Lucy. Carol lives below Raghu. Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj who faces Anil. Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor sits on one of the extreme ends. Dhanu and Pankaj lives on the same floor. Raghu, who is an immediate neighbour of Licy lives on the same floor as Benny.

Refer the above for the Questions 65 to 64

**References:**

Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu, sits on one of the extreme ends.

Raghu faces Carol.

Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor sits on one of the extreme ends and Pankaj faces Anil.

From the hints, we have 2 possible cases.

**References:**

Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj.

From this condition, we cant place Pankaj in case 2. So case 2 gets eliminated.

**References:**

Raghu, who is an immediate neighbour of Lucy lives on the same floor as Benny.

Emy sits opposite to Lucy and both live on the same floor.

Tanu sits to the immediate left of Pankaj who faces Anil.

Benny, who is sitting to the immediate left of Dhanu, is facing Tanu.

From the hints we can place everyone and left over person is Sunil who sits in the middle.

**References:**

Pankaj who lives on the topmost floor.

Dhanu and Pankaj lives on the same floor.

Carol, who lives on the same floor as Tanu. Carol lives below Raghu.

Tanu lives on the floor immediately below Benny.

There is only one floor between Pankaj and Lucy.

Emy and Lucy lives on the same floor.

Raghu lives on the same floor as Benny.

From the hints, we can conclude that Pankaj and Dhanu lives on 5th floor, Emy and Lucy lives on 3rd floor, Carol and Tanu lives on the first floor and so Raghu and Benny lives on 2nd floor.

Here, the left over is Anil and Sunil lives on 4th floor.

Pankaj sits third to the right of Lucy.

**Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:**

Twelve people O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are seated on parallel rows. Such a way that O, P, S, U, V, Z are seated on row 1 and other persons are seated on row 2 but not necessarily in the same order. Some people are facing north and some people facing south in both the rows. O sits second from the left of S who is not facing north. P sits immediate right of S. P sits straight to T facing opposite direction to each other. V sits second to the right of P. O and R faces each other. Y sits second to the left of R. Two persons sit between Q and X. W and U are seated at corners and facing opposite direction to each other. Neither Q nor X is sit at the extreme ends of the row. Z and U are facing same direction as Q and X. V is facing same direction as R. Q is not a neighbor of R. Not more than five persons facing south.

Refer the above for the Questions 66 to 65

1. O, P, S, U, V and Z are seated on row 1 & Q, R, T, W; X and Y are seated in row 2.

2. O sits second from the left of S who is not facing north.

3. P sits immediate right of S. P sits straight to T facing opposite direction to each other.

4. V sits second to the right of P.

5. O and R face each other. Y sits second to the left of R.

6. W and U seated are at corners and facing opposite direction to each other.

7. Neither Q nor X is sit at the extreme ends of the row. Q is not a neighbor of R.

8. Two persons sit between Q and X.

9. V is facing same direction as R.

10. W and U are seated at corners and facing opposite direction to each other.

11. Z and U are facing same direction as Q and X.

12. Not more than five persons facing south.

P is seated second to the right of U and in same way Z is seated second to the right of S and in same way Y is seated second to the right of Q.

**Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:**

Twelve people O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are seated on parallel rows. Such a way that O, P, S, U, V, Z are seated on row 1 and other persons are seated on row 2 but not necessarily in the same order. Some people are facing north and some people facing south in both the rows. O sits second from the left of S who is not facing north. P sits immediate right of S. P sits straight to T facing opposite direction to each other. V sits second to the right of P. O and R faces each other. Y sits second to the left of R. Two persons sit between Q and X. W and U are seated at corners and facing opposite direction to each other. Neither Q nor X is sit at the extreme ends of the row. Z and U are facing same direction as Q and X. V is facing same direction as R. Q is not a neighbor of R. Not more than five persons facing south.

Refer the above for the Questions 67 to 66

1. O, P, S, U, V and Z are seated on row 1 & Q, R, T, W; X and Y are seated in row 2.

2. O sits second from the left of S who is not facing north.

3. P sits immediate right of S. P sits straight to T facing opposite direction to each other.

4. V sits second to the right of P.

5. O and R face each other. Y sits second to the left of R.

6. W and U seated are at corners and facing opposite direction to each other.

7. Neither Q nor X is sit at the extreme ends of the row. Q is not a neighbor of R.

8. Two persons sit between Q and X.

9. V is facing same direction as R.

10. W and U are seated at corners and facing opposite direction to each other.

11. Z and U are facing same direction as Q and X.

12. Not more than five persons facing south.

Except Y, the directions of all the others are confirmed.

**Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:**

Twelve people O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are seated on parallel rows. Such a way that O, P, S, U, V, Z are seated on row 1 and other persons are seated on row 2 but not necessarily in the same order. Some people are facing north and some people facing south in both the rows. O sits second from the left of S who is not facing north. P sits immediate right of S. P sits straight to T facing opposite direction to each other. V sits second to the right of P. O and R faces each other. Y sits second to the left of R. Two persons sit between Q and X. W and U are seated at corners and facing opposite direction to each other. Neither Q nor X is sit at the extreme ends of the row. Z and U are facing same direction as Q and X. V is facing same direction as R. Q is not a neighbor of R. Not more than five persons facing south.

Refer the above for the Questions 68 to 67

I. Who sits immediate right of O?

II. Who sits third to the right of Q?

1. O, P, S, U, V and Z are seated on row 1 & Q, R, T, W; X and Y are seated in row 2.

2. O sits second from the left of S who is not facing north.

3. P sits immediate right of S. P sits straight to T facing opposite direction to each other.

4. V sits second to the right of P.

5. O and R face each other. Y sits second to the left of R.

6. W and U seated are at corners and facing opposite direction to each other.

7. Neither Q nor X is sit at the extreme ends of the row. Q is not a neighbor of R.

8. Two persons sit between Q and X.

9. V is facing same direction as R.

10. W and U are seated at corners and facing opposite direction to each other.

11. Z and U are facing same direction as Q and X.

12. Not more than five persons facing south.

Immediate right of O is V & Third to the right of Q is X.

**Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:**

Twelve people O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are seated on parallel rows. Such a way that O, P, S, U, V, Z are seated on row 1 and other persons are seated on row 2 but not necessarily in the same order. Some people are facing north and some people facing south in both the rows. O sits second from the left of S who is not facing north. P sits immediate right of S. P sits straight to T facing opposite direction to each other. V sits second to the right of P. O and R faces each other. Y sits second to the left of R. Two persons sit between Q and X. W and U are seated at corners and facing opposite direction to each other. Neither Q nor X is sit at the extreme ends of the row. Z and U are facing same direction as Q and X. V is facing same direction as R. Q is not a neighbor of R. Not more than five persons facing south.

Refer the above for the Questions 69 to 68

1. O, P, S, U, V and Z are seated on row 1 & Q, R, T, W; X and Y are seated in row 2.

2. O sits second from the left of S who is not facing north.

3. P sits immediate right of S. P sits straight to T facing opposite direction to each other.

4. V sits second to the right of P.

5. O and R face each other. Y sits second to the left of R.

6. W and U seated are at corners and facing opposite direction to each other.

7. Neither Q nor X is sit at the extreme ends of the row. Q is not a neighbor of R.

8. Two persons sit between Q and X.

9. V is facing same direction as R.

10. W and U are seated at corners and facing opposite direction to each other.

11. Z and U are facing same direction as Q and X.

12. Not more than five persons facing south.

Both the persons faces North.

**Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:**

Twelve people O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are seated on parallel rows. Such a way that O, P, S, U, V, Z are seated on row 1 and other persons are seated on row 2 but not necessarily in the same order. Some people are facing north and some people facing south in both the rows. O sits second from the left of S who is not facing north. P sits immediate right of S. P sits straight to T facing opposite direction to each other. V sits second to the right of P. O and R faces each other. Y sits second to the left of R. Two persons sit between Q and X. W and U are seated at corners and facing opposite direction to each other. Neither Q nor X is sit at the extreme ends of the row. Z and U are facing same direction as Q and X. V is facing same direction as R. Q is not a neighbor of R. Not more than five persons facing south.

Refer the above for the Questions 70 to 69

1. O, P, S, U, V and Z are seated on row 1 & Q, R, T, W; X and Y are seated in row 2.

2. O sits second from the left of S who is not facing north.

3. P sits immediate right of S. P sits straight to T facing opposite direction to each other.

4. V sits second to the right of P.

5. O and R face each other. Y sits second to the left of R.

6. W and U seated are at corners and facing opposite direction to each other.

7. Neither Q nor X is sit at the extreme ends of the row. Q is not a neighbor of R.

8. Two persons sit between Q and X.

9. V is facing same direction as R.

10. W and U are seated at corners and facing opposite direction to each other.

11. Z and U are facing same direction as Q and X.

12. Not more than five persons facing south.

S and O facing south in Row-1.

**Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five persons each. In row 1, A, B, C, D and E are sitting and all of them are facing south. In row 2, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting and all of them are facing north. In the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. Moreover, each of them is going in the market and each person eats different types of foods i.e. Idali, Cutlet, Dosa, Golgappe, Bread roll, Tikki, Noodles, Biryani, Chili potato and Eggroll, but not necessarily in the same order.

There are only two person’s sit between the one who eats Idali, who sits at an extreme end and E. P, who sits in the middle of the row, is not an immediate neighbour of Q, and doesn’t eat Eggroll. T is sitting at an extreme end. E eats Bread roll, sits on the immediate right of the person who eats Cutlet and faces the immediate neighbour of Q. B is not sitting at the extreme left end. P does not eat Chili potato. There is only one person between C and D, who eats Idali. S eats Tikki, is an immediate neighbour of the person, who eats Eggroll and does not face the person, who eats Dosa. R, who eats Golgappe, is an immediate neighbour of the person who eats Chili potato and the person who eats chili potato faces the immediate neighbour of the person who eats Bread roll. There are two persons between the person who eats Noodles and the person who eats Dosa. B does not eat Noodles. T does not eat Biryani.

Refer the above for the Questions 71 to 70

There is only one person between C and D, who eats Idali.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, D eats Idali and sits at one of the extreme end in Row 1.

Hence, there is a possibility of two cases:- Case 1) D sits at the left end in the Row 1,

Case 2) D sits at the right end in the Row 1.

Given, P sits in the middle of the row.

Given, P is not an immediate neighbour of Q. T is sitting at an extreme end.

----> Hence, Q must sit at one of the extreme end in Row 2 and there is a possibility of 4 cases as follows:

Case 1.a) D at extreme left end of Row 1, T at extreme right end of Row 2, Q at extreme left end of Row 2.

Case 1.b) D at extreme left end of Row 1, T at extreme left end of Row 2, Q at extreme right end of Row 2.

Case 2.a) D at extreme right end of Row 1, T at extreme right end of Row 2, Q at extreme left end of Row 2.

Case 2.b) D at extreme right end of Row 1, T at extreme left end of Row 2, Q at extreme right end of Row 2.

Now, E eats Bread roll, sits on the immediate right of the person who eats Cutlet and faces the immediate neighbour of Q.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, E faces the immediate neighbour of Q. But this condition fails in Case 1.b and Case 2.a, hence

**Case 1.b and Case 2.a are eliminated**.

Given that the person who eats chili potato faces the immediate neighbour of the person who eats Bread roll. P does not eat Chili potato.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, Q is the person who eats chili potato.

Now, R, who eats Golgappe, is an immediate neighbour of the person who eats Chili potato.

Thus, the only left person on Row 2 is S, who eats Tikki.

Now, S is an immediate neighbour of the person, who eats Eggroll. Given P doesnâ€™t eat Eggroll. ---> Hence, T (an immediate neighbour of S) would eat Eggroll.

Given, S does not face the person, who eats Dosa. There are two persons between the person who eats Noodles and the person who eats Dosa.

---> This condition fails in Case 2.b, hence

**case 2.b is eliminated**.

Thus, in Case 1.a, the person who eats Dosa faces Q and the person who eats Noodles faces S.

Given, B does not eat Noodles. ---> Hence, A eats Noodles and B eats Dosa.

Given, B is not sitting at the extreme left end. Now, B is sitting at the extreme right end of Row 1.

Now, the only left food is Biryani. Thus P would eat Biryani.

The final arrangement is:

**Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five persons each. In row 1, A, B, C, D and E are sitting and all of them are facing south. In row 2, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting and all of them are facing north. In the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. Moreover, each of them is going in the market and each person eats different types of foods i.e. Idali, Cutlet, Dosa, Golgappe, Bread roll, Tikki, Noodles, Biryani, Chili potato and Eggroll, but not necessarily in the same order.

There are only two person’s sit between the one who eats Idali, who sits at an extreme end and E. P, who sits in the middle of the row, is not an immediate neighbour of Q, and doesn’t eat Eggroll. T is sitting at an extreme end. E eats Bread roll, sits on the immediate right of the person who eats Cutlet and faces the immediate neighbour of Q. B is not sitting at the extreme left end. P does not eat Chili potato. There is only one person between C and D, who eats Idali. S eats Tikki, is an immediate neighbour of the person, who eats Eggroll and does not face the person, who eats Dosa. R, who eats Golgappe, is an immediate neighbour of the person who eats Chili potato and the person who eats chili potato faces the immediate neighbour of the person who eats Bread roll. There are two persons between the person who eats Noodles and the person who eats Dosa. B does not eat Noodles. T does not eat Biryani.

Refer the above for the Questions 72 to 71

There is only one person between C and D, who eats Idali.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, D eats Idali and sits at one of the extreme end in Row 1.

Hence, there is a possibility of two cases:- Case 1) D sits at the left end in the Row 1,

Case 2) D sits at the right end in the Row 1.

Given, P sits in the middle of the row.

Given, P is not an immediate neighbour of Q. T is sitting at an extreme end.

----> Hence, Q must sit at one of the extreme end in Row 2 and there is a possibility of 4 cases as follows:

Case 1.a) D at extreme left end of Row 1, T at extreme right end of Row 2, Q at extreme left end of Row 2.

Case 1.b) D at extreme left end of Row 1, T at extreme left end of Row 2, Q at extreme right end of Row 2.

Case 2.a) D at extreme right end of Row 1, T at extreme right end of Row 2, Q at extreme left end of Row 2.

Case 2.b) D at extreme right end of Row 1, T at extreme left end of Row 2, Q at extreme right end of Row 2.

Now, E eats Bread roll, sits on the immediate right of the person who eats Cutlet and faces the immediate neighbour of Q.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, E faces the immediate neighbour of Q. But this condition fails in Case 1.b and Case 2.a, hence

**Case 1.b and Case 2.a are eliminated**.

Given that the person who eats chili potato faces the immediate neighbour of the person who eats Bread roll. P does not eat Chili potato.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, Q is the person who eats chili potato.

Now, R, who eats Golgappe, is an immediate neighbour of the person who eats Chili potato.

Thus, the only left person on Row 2 is S, who eats Tikki.

Now, S is an immediate neighbour of the person, who eats Eggroll. Given P doesnâ€™t eat Eggroll. ---> Hence, T (an immediate neighbour of S) would eat Eggroll.

Given, S does not face the person, who eats Dosa. There are two persons between the person who eats Noodles and the person who eats Dosa.

---> This condition fails in Case 2.b, hence

**case 2.b is eliminated**.

Thus, in Case 1.a, the person who eats Dosa faces Q and the person who eats Noodles faces S.

Given, B does not eat Noodles. ---> Hence, A eats Noodles and B eats Dosa.

Given, B is not sitting at the extreme left end. Now, B is sitting at the extreme right end of Row 1.

Now, the only left food is Biryani. Thus P would eat Biryani.

The final arrangement is:

**Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five persons each. In row 1, A, B, C, D and E are sitting and all of them are facing south. In row 2, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting and all of them are facing north. In the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. Moreover, each of them is going in the market and each person eats different types of foods i.e. Idali, Cutlet, Dosa, Golgappe, Bread roll, Tikki, Noodles, Biryani, Chili potato and Eggroll, but not necessarily in the same order.

There are only two person’s sit between the one who eats Idali, who sits at an extreme end and E. P, who sits in the middle of the row, is not an immediate neighbour of Q, and doesn’t eat Eggroll. T is sitting at an extreme end. E eats Bread roll, sits on the immediate right of the person who eats Cutlet and faces the immediate neighbour of Q. B is not sitting at the extreme left end. P does not eat Chili potato. There is only one person between C and D, who eats Idali. S eats Tikki, is an immediate neighbour of the person, who eats Eggroll and does not face the person, who eats Dosa. R, who eats Golgappe, is an immediate neighbour of the person who eats Chili potato and the person who eats chili potato faces the immediate neighbour of the person who eats Bread roll. There are two persons between the person who eats Noodles and the person who eats Dosa. B does not eat Noodles. T does not eat Biryani.

Refer the above for the Questions 73 to 72

There is only one person between C and D, who eats Idali.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, D eats Idali and sits at one of the extreme end in Row 1.

Hence, there is a possibility of two cases:- Case 1) D sits at the left end in the Row 1,

Case 2) D sits at the right end in the Row 1.

Given, P sits in the middle of the row.

Given, P is not an immediate neighbour of Q. T is sitting at an extreme end.

----> Hence, Q must sit at one of the extreme end in Row 2 and there is a possibility of 4 cases as follows:

Case 1.a) D at extreme left end of Row 1, T at extreme right end of Row 2, Q at extreme left end of Row 2.

Case 1.b) D at extreme left end of Row 1, T at extreme left end of Row 2, Q at extreme right end of Row 2.

Case 2.a) D at extreme right end of Row 1, T at extreme right end of Row 2, Q at extreme left end of Row 2.

Case 2.b) D at extreme right end of Row 1, T at extreme left end of Row 2, Q at extreme right end of Row 2.

Now, E eats Bread roll, sits on the immediate right of the person who eats Cutlet and faces the immediate neighbour of Q.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, E faces the immediate neighbour of Q. But this condition fails in Case 1.b and Case 2.a, hence

**Case 1.b and Case 2.a are eliminated**.

Given that the person who eats chili potato faces the immediate neighbour of the person who eats Bread roll. P does not eat Chili potato.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, Q is the person who eats chili potato.

Now, R, who eats Golgappe, is an immediate neighbour of the person who eats Chili potato.

Thus, the only left person on Row 2 is S, who eats Tikki.

Now, S is an immediate neighbour of the person, who eats Eggroll. Given P doesnâ€™t eat Eggroll. ---> Hence, T (an immediate neighbour of S) would eat Eggroll.

Given, S does not face the person, who eats Dosa. There are two persons between the person who eats Noodles and the person who eats Dosa.

---> This condition fails in Case 2.b, hence

**case 2.b is eliminated**.

Thus, in Case 1.a, the person who eats Dosa faces Q and the person who eats Noodles faces S.

Given, B does not eat Noodles. ---> Hence, A eats Noodles and B eats Dosa.

Given, B is not sitting at the extreme left end. Now, B is sitting at the extreme right end of Row 1.

Now, the only left food is Biryani. Thus P would eat Biryani.

The final arrangement is:

**Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five persons each. In row 1, A, B, C, D and E are sitting and all of them are facing south. In row 2, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting and all of them are facing north. In the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. Moreover, each of them is going in the market and each person eats different types of foods i.e. Idali, Cutlet, Dosa, Golgappe, Bread roll, Tikki, Noodles, Biryani, Chili potato and Eggroll, but not necessarily in the same order.

There are only two person’s sit between the one who eats Idali, who sits at an extreme end and E. P, who sits in the middle of the row, is not an immediate neighbour of Q, and doesn’t eat Eggroll. T is sitting at an extreme end. E eats Bread roll, sits on the immediate right of the person who eats Cutlet and faces the immediate neighbour of Q. B is not sitting at the extreme left end. P does not eat Chili potato. There is only one person between C and D, who eats Idali. S eats Tikki, is an immediate neighbour of the person, who eats Eggroll and does not face the person, who eats Dosa. R, who eats Golgappe, is an immediate neighbour of the person who eats Chili potato and the person who eats chili potato faces the immediate neighbour of the person who eats Bread roll. There are two persons between the person who eats Noodles and the person who eats Dosa. B does not eat Noodles. T does not eat Biryani.

Refer the above for the Questions 74 to 73

There is only one person between C and D, who eats Idali.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, D eats Idali and sits at one of the extreme end in Row 1.

Hence, there is a possibility of two cases:- Case 1) D sits at the left end in the Row 1,

Case 2) D sits at the right end in the Row 1.

Given, P sits in the middle of the row.

Given, P is not an immediate neighbour of Q. T is sitting at an extreme end.

----> Hence, Q must sit at one of the extreme end in Row 2 and there is a possibility of 4 cases as follows:

Case 1.a) D at extreme left end of Row 1, T at extreme right end of Row 2, Q at extreme left end of Row 2.

Case 1.b) D at extreme left end of Row 1, T at extreme left end of Row 2, Q at extreme right end of Row 2.

Case 2.a) D at extreme right end of Row 1, T at extreme right end of Row 2, Q at extreme left end of Row 2.

Case 2.b) D at extreme right end of Row 1, T at extreme left end of Row 2, Q at extreme right end of Row 2.

Now, E eats Bread roll, sits on the immediate right of the person who eats Cutlet and faces the immediate neighbour of Q.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, E faces the immediate neighbour of Q. But this condition fails in Case 1.b and Case 2.a, hence

**Case 1.b and Case 2.a are eliminated**.

Given that the person who eats chili potato faces the immediate neighbour of the person who eats Bread roll. P does not eat Chili potato.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, Q is the person who eats chili potato.

Now, R, who eats Golgappe, is an immediate neighbour of the person who eats Chili potato.

Thus, the only left person on Row 2 is S, who eats Tikki.

Now, S is an immediate neighbour of the person, who eats Eggroll. Given P doesnâ€™t eat Eggroll. ---> Hence, T (an immediate neighbour of S) would eat Eggroll.

Given, S does not face the person, who eats Dosa. There are two persons between the person who eats Noodles and the person who eats Dosa.

---> This condition fails in Case 2.b, hence

**case 2.b is eliminated**.

Thus, in Case 1.a, the person who eats Dosa faces Q and the person who eats Noodles faces S.

Given, B does not eat Noodles. ---> Hence, A eats Noodles and B eats Dosa.

Given, B is not sitting at the extreme left end. Now, B is sitting at the extreme right end of Row 1.

Now, the only left food is Biryani. Thus P would eat Biryani.

The final arrangement is:

**Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five persons each. In row 1, A, B, C, D and E are sitting and all of them are facing south. In row 2, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting and all of them are facing north. In the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. Moreover, each of them is going in the market and each person eats different types of foods i.e. Idali, Cutlet, Dosa, Golgappe, Bread roll, Tikki, Noodles, Biryani, Chili potato and Eggroll, but not necessarily in the same order.

There are only two person’s sit between the one who eats Idali, who sits at an extreme end and E. P, who sits in the middle of the row, is not an immediate neighbour of Q, and doesn’t eat Eggroll. T is sitting at an extreme end. E eats Bread roll, sits on the immediate right of the person who eats Cutlet and faces the immediate neighbour of Q. B is not sitting at the extreme left end. P does not eat Chili potato. There is only one person between C and D, who eats Idali. S eats Tikki, is an immediate neighbour of the person, who eats Eggroll and does not face the person, who eats Dosa. R, who eats Golgappe, is an immediate neighbour of the person who eats Chili potato and the person who eats chili potato faces the immediate neighbour of the person who eats Bread roll. There are two persons between the person who eats Noodles and the person who eats Dosa. B does not eat Noodles. T does not eat Biryani.

Refer the above for the Questions 75 to 74

There is only one person between C and D, who eats Idali.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, D eats Idali and sits at one of the extreme end in Row 1.

Hence, there is a possibility of two cases:- Case 1) D sits at the left end in the Row 1,

Case 2) D sits at the right end in the Row 1.

Given, P sits in the middle of the row.

Given, P is not an immediate neighbour of Q. T is sitting at an extreme end.

----> Hence, Q must sit at one of the extreme end in Row 2 and there is a possibility of 4 cases as follows:

Case 1.a) D at extreme left end of Row 1, T at extreme right end of Row 2, Q at extreme left end of Row 2.

Case 1.b) D at extreme left end of Row 1, T at extreme left end of Row 2, Q at extreme right end of Row 2.

Case 2.a) D at extreme right end of Row 1, T at extreme right end of Row 2, Q at extreme left end of Row 2.

Case 2.b) D at extreme right end of Row 1, T at extreme left end of Row 2, Q at extreme right end of Row 2.

Now, E eats Bread roll, sits on the immediate right of the person who eats Cutlet and faces the immediate neighbour of Q.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, E faces the immediate neighbour of Q. But this condition fails in Case 1.b and Case 2.a, hence

**Case 1.b and Case 2.a are eliminated**.

Given that the person who eats chili potato faces the immediate neighbour of the person who eats Bread roll. P does not eat Chili potato.

----> From these statements, it is clear that, Q is the person who eats chili potato.

Now, R, who eats Golgappe, is an immediate neighbour of the person who eats Chili potato.

Thus, the only left person on Row 2 is S, who eats Tikki.

Now, S is an immediate neighbour of the person, who eats Eggroll. Given P doesnâ€™t eat Eggroll. ---> Hence, T (an immediate neighbour of S) would eat Eggroll.

Given, S does not face the person, who eats Dosa. There are two persons between the person who eats Noodles and the person who eats Dosa.

---> This condition fails in Case 2.b, hence

**case 2.b is eliminated**.

Thus, in Case 1.a, the person who eats Dosa faces Q and the person who eats Noodles faces S.

Given, B does not eat Noodles. ---> Hence, A eats Noodles and B eats Dosa.

Given, B is not sitting at the extreme left end. Now, B is sitting at the extreme right end of Row 1.

Now, the only left food is Biryani. Thus P would eat Biryani.

The final arrangement is:

**Directions: Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given beside:**

** **Eight persons Arun, Bala, Cheran, Dina, Emma, Raiza, Geetha and Heena are sitting in a straight line facing north direction. They all have different ages such as 8, 12, 14, 21, 28, 36, 44 and 56.** **Two persons are sitting between Cheran and the one whose age is 56 years. The one whose age is 14 years is sitting second to the left of Cheeran. Bala sits to the immediate left of the one whose age is 56 years. One person is sitting between Heena and the one whose age is 56 years. Either Heena or the one whose age is 56 years is sitting at the extreme end. There is a difference of 6 years between the ages of Raiza and Geetha and two persons are sitting between them. The one whose age is 12 is sitting second to the left of Dina. Dina is not sitting at the extreme end. There is one person sitting between Raiza and the one whose age is 44 years. Arun is an immediate neighbor of the one whose age is 44 years. Emma and the one whose age is 21 years are immediate neighbors. Henna is older than Arun.

Refer the above for the Questions 76 to 75

**References:**

(i) Either Heena or the one whose age is 56 years is sitting at the extreme end.

(ii) Bala sits to the immediate left of the one whose age is 56 years.

(iii) One person is sitting between Heena and the one whose age is 56 years.

(iv) Two persons are sitting between Cheran and the one whose age is 56 years.

(v) The one whose age is 14 years is sitting second to the left of Cheran.

From the hint (i), we have 3 possible cases.

**References:**

(vi) There is a difference of 6 years between the ages of Raiza and Geetha and two persons are sitting between them.

From the given ages, the age difference of 6 yrs = 14 - 8 = 6yrs.

Therefore, either Raiza age is 14 or 8 yrs or Geetha age is 14 or 8 yrs.

From this hints we can't place Raiza or Geetha in Case 3. So Case 3 gets eliminated.

**References:**

(vii) There is one person sitting between Raiza and the one whose age is 44 years.

(viii) Arun is an immediate neighbor of the one whose age is 44 years.

(ix) Heena is older than Arun.

In Case1, if we take Raiza age is 8 yrs then Geethaa's age will be 14 yrs. In such case, we can't place Arun.

So, if we take Raiza age is 14 yrs and Geetha's age is 8 yrs. We can statisfies the above all condition.

Similarly for Case 2, if we take Raiza age is 8 yrs then Geetha's age will be 14 yrs. In such case, we can't place Arun.

So, if we take Raiza age is 14 yrs and Geetha's age is 8 yrs. We can statisfies the above all condition.

**References:**

(x) Dina is not sitting at the extreme end.

(xi) The one whose age is 12 is sitting second to the left of Dina.

(xii) Emma and the one whose age is 21 years are immediate neighbor.

Henna is older than Arun.

In Case 1, we can't place Dina, if we take Dina as 56 yrs then Heena age becomes 12 which does not satisfy the given condition that Henna is older than Arun. So Case 1 gets eliminated.

So in Case2, when we place Dina, Emma will be 56 yrs and her immediate neighbor Dina will be 21 yrs. Then the left over age is 28 and 36. We know that Heena is older than Arun so her age is 36 yrs. and Arun age is 28yrs.

Here, Emma is 56 yrs.

**Directions: Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given beside:**

** **Eight persons Arun, Bala, Cheran, Dina, Emma, Raiza, Geetha and Heena are sitting in a straight line facing north direction. They all have different ages such as 8, 12, 14, 21, 28, 36, 44 and 56.** **Two persons are sitting between Cheran and the one whose age is 56 years. The one whose age is 14 years is sitting second to the left of Cheeran. Bala sits to the immediate left of the one whose age is 56 years. One person is sitting between Heena and the one whose age is 56 years. Either Heena or the one whose age is 56 years is sitting at the extreme end. There is a difference of 6 years between the ages of Raiza and Geetha and two persons are sitting between them. The one whose age is 12 is sitting second to the left of Dina. Dina is not sitting at the extreme end. There is one person sitting between Raiza and the one whose age is 44 years. Arun is an immediate neighbor of the one whose age is 44 years. Emma and the one whose age is 21 years are immediate neighbors. Henna is older than Arun.

Refer the above for the Questions 77 to 76

**References:**

(i) Either Heena or the one whose age is 56 years is sitting at the extreme end.

(ii) Bala sits to the immediate left of the one whose age is 56 years.

(iii) One person is sitting between Heena and the one whose age is 56 years.

(iv) Two persons are sitting between Cheran and the one whose age is 56 years.

(v) The one whose age is 14 years is sitting second to the left of Cheran.

From the hint (i), we have 3 possible cases.

**References:**

(vi) There is a difference of 6 years between the ages of Raiza and Geetha and two persons are sitting between them.

From the given ages, the age difference of 6 yrs = 14 - 8 = 6yrs.

Therefore, either Raiza age is 14 or 8 yrs or Geetha age is 14 or 8 yrs.

From this hints we can't place Raiza or Geetha in Case 3. So Case 3 gets eliminated.

**References:**

(vii) There is one person sitting between Raiza and the one whose age is 44 years.

(viii) Arun is an immediate neighbor of the one whose age is 44 years.

(ix) Heena is older than Arun.

In Case1, if we take Raiza age is 8 yrs then Geethaa's age will be 14 yrs. In such case, we can't place Arun.

So, if we take Raiza age is 14 yrs and Geetha's age is 8 yrs. We can satisfies the above all condition.

Similarly for Case 2, if we take Raiza age is 8 yrs then Geetha's age will be 14 yrs. In such case, we can't place Arun.

So, if we take Raiza age is 14 yrs and Geetha's age is 8 yrs. We can satisfies the above all condition.

**References:**

(x) Dina is not sitting at the extreme end.

(xi) The one whose age is 12 is sitting second to the left of Dina.

(xii) Emma and the one whose age is 21 years are immediate neighbor.

Henna is older than Arun.

In Case 1, we can't place Dina, if we take Dina as 56 yrs then Heena age becomes 12 which does not satisfy the given condition that Henna is older than Arun. So Case 1 gets eliminated.

So in Case 2, when we place Dina, Emma will be 56 yrs and her immediate neighbor Dina will be 21 yrs. Then the left over age is 28 and 36. We know that Heena is older than Arun so her age is 36 yrs. and Arun age is 28yrs.

The sum of the ages of the persons who sit at extreme end = 14 + 36 = 50 yrs.

**Directions: Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given beside:**

** **Eight persons Arun, Bala, Cheran, Dina, Emma, Raiza, Geetha and Heena are sitting in a straight line facing north direction. They all have different ages such as 8, 12, 14, 21, 28, 36, 44 and 56.** **Two persons are sitting between Cheran and the one whose age is 56 years. The one whose age is 14 years is sitting second to the left of Cheeran. Bala sits to the immediate left of the one whose age is 56 years. One person is sitting between Heena and the one whose age is 56 years. Either Heena or the one whose age is 56 years is sitting at the extreme end. There is a difference of 6 years between the ages of Raiza and Geetha and two persons are sitting between them. The one whose age is 12 is sitting second to the left of Dina. Dina is not sitting at the extreme end. There is one person sitting between Raiza and the one whose age is 44 years. Arun is an immediate neighbor of the one whose age is 44 years. Emma and the one whose age is 21 years are immediate neighbors. Henna is older than Arun.

Refer the above for the Questions 78 to 77

**References:**

(i) Either Heena or the one whose age is 56 years is sitting at the extreme end.

(ii) Bala sits to the immediate left of the one whose age is 56 years.

(iii) One person is sitting between Heena and the one whose age is 56 years.

(iv) Two persons are sitting between Cheran and the one whose age is 56 years.

(v) The one whose age is 14 years is sitting second to the left of Cheran.

From the hint (i), we have 3 possible cases.

**References:**

(vi) There is a difference of 6 years between the ages of Raiza and Geetha and two persons are sitting between them.

From the given ages, the age difference of 6 yrs = 14 - 8 = 6yrs.

Therefore, either Raiza age is 14 or 8 yrs or Geetha age is 14 or 8 yrs.

From this hints we can't place Raiza or Geetha in Case 3. So Case 3 gets eliminated.

**References:**

(vii) There is one person sitting between Raiza and the one whose age is 44 years.

(viii) Arun is an immediate neighbor of the one whose age is 44 years.

(ix) Heena is older than Arun.

In Case1, if we take Raiza age is 8 yrs then Geethaa's age will be 14 yrs. In such case, we can't place Arun.

So, if we take Raiza age is 14 yrs and Geetha's age is 8 yrs. We can satisfies the above all condition.

Similarly for Case 2, if we take Raiza age is 8 yrs then Geetha's age will be 14 yrs. In such case, we can't place Arun.

So, if we take Raiza age is 14 yrs and Geetha's age is 8 yrs. We can satisfies the above all condition.

**References:**

(x) Dina is not sitting at the extreme end.

(xi) The one whose age is 12 is sitting second to the left of Dina.

(xii) Emma and the one whose age is 21 years are immediate neighbor.

Henna is older than Arun.

In Case 1, we can't place Dina, if we take Dina as 56 yrs then Heena age becomes 12 which does not satisfy the given condition that Henna is older than Arun. So Case 1 gets eliminated.

So in Case2, when we place Dina, Emma will be 56 yrs and her immediate neighbor Dina will be 21 yrs. Then the left over age is 28 and 36. We know that Heena is older than Arun so her age is 36 yrs. and Arun age is 28yrs.

The age of Heena is 36 yrs.

**Directions: Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given beside:**

** **Eight persons Arun, Bala, Cheran, Dina, Emma, Raiza, Geetha and Heena are sitting in a straight line facing north direction. They all have different ages such as 8, 12, 14, 21, 28, 36, 44 and 56.** **Two persons are sitting between Cheran and the one whose age is 56 years. The one whose age is 14 years is sitting second to the left of Cheeran. Bala sits to the immediate left of the one whose age is 56 years. One person is sitting between Heena and the one whose age is 56 years. Either Heena or the one whose age is 56 years is sitting at the extreme end. There is a difference of 6 years between the ages of Raiza and Geetha and two persons are sitting between them. The one whose age is 12 is sitting second to the left of Dina. Dina is not sitting at the extreme end. There is one person sitting between Raiza and the one whose age is 44 years. Arun is an immediate neighbor of the one whose age is 44 years. Emma and the one whose age is 21 years are immediate neighbors. Henna is older than Arun.

Refer the above for the Questions 79 to 78

**References:**

(i) Either Heena or the one whose age is 56 years is sitting at the extreme end.

(ii) Bala sits to the immediate left of the one whose age is 56 years.

(iii) One person is sitting between Heena and the one whose age is 56 years.

(iv) Two persons are sitting between Cheran and the one whose age is 56 years.

(v) The one whose age is 14 years is sitting second to the left of Cheran.

From the hint (i), we have 3 possible cases.

**References:**

(vi) There is a difference of 6 years between the ages of Raiza and Geetha and two persons are sitting between them.

From the given ages, the age difference of 6 yrs = 14 - 8 = 6yrs.

Therefore, either Raiza age is 14 or 8 yrs or Geetha age is 14 or 8 yrs.

From this hints we can't place Raiza or Geetha in Case 3. So Case 3 gets eliminated.

**References:**

(vii) There is one person sitting between Raiza and the one whose age is 44 years.

(viii) Arun is an immediate neighbor of the one whose age is 44 years.

(ix) Heena is older than Arun.

In Case1, if we take Raiza age is 8 yrs then Geethaa's age will be 14 yrs. In such case, we can't place Arun.

So, if we take Raiza age is 14 yrs and Geetha's age is 8 yrs. We can satisfies the above all condition.

Similarly for Case 2, if we take Raiza age is 8 yrs then Geetha's age will be 14 yrs. In such case, we can't place Arun.

So, if we take Raiza age is 14 yrs and Geetha's age is 8 yrs. We can satisfies the above all condition.

**References:**

(x) Dina is not sitting at the extreme end.

(xi) The one whose age is 12 is sitting second to the left of Dina.

(xii) Emma and the one whose age is 21 years are immediate neighbor.

Henna is older than Arun.

In Case 1, we can't place Dina, if we take Dina as 56 yrs then Heena age becomes 12 which does not satisfy the given condition that Henna is older than Arun. So Case 1 gets eliminated.

So in Case2, when we place Dina, Emma will be 56 yrs and her immediate neighbor Dina will be 21 yrs. Then the left over age is 28 and 36. We know that Heena is older than Arun so her age is 36 yrs. and Arun age is 28yrs.

The age difference between Raiza and Dina = 21 - 14 = 7yrs.

**Directions: Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given beside:**

** **Eight persons Arun, Bala, Cheran, Dina, Emma, Raiza, Geetha and Heena are sitting in a straight line facing north direction. They all have different ages such as 8, 12, 14, 21, 28, 36, 44 and 56.** **Two persons are sitting between Cheran and the one whose age is 56 years. The one whose age is 14 years is sitting second to the left of Cheeran. Bala sits to the immediate left of the one whose age is 56 years. One person is sitting between Heena and the one whose age is 56 years. Either Heena or the one whose age is 56 years is sitting at the extreme end. There is a difference of 6 years between the ages of Raiza and Geetha and two persons are sitting between them. The one whose age is 12 is sitting second to the left of Dina. Dina is not sitting at the extreme end. There is one person sitting between Raiza and the one whose age is 44 years. Arun is an immediate neighbor of the one whose age is 44 years. Emma and the one whose age is 21 years are immediate neighbors. Henna is older than Arun.

Refer the above for the Questions 80 to 79

**References:**

(i) Either Heena or the one whose age is 56 years is sitting at the extreme end.

(ii) Bala sits to the immediate left of the one whose age is 56 years.

(iii) One person is sitting between Heena and the one whose age is 56 years.

(iv) Two persons are sitting between Cheran and the one whose age is 56 years.

(v) The one whose age is 14 years is sitting second to the left of Cheran.

From the hint (i), we have 3 possible cases.

**References:**

(vi) There is a difference of 6 years between the ages of Raiza and Geetha and two persons are sitting between them.

From the given ages, the age difference of 6 yrs = 14 - 8 = 6yrs.

Therefore, either Raiza age is 14 or 8 yrs or Geetha age is 14 or 8 yrs.

From this hints we can't place Raiza or Geetha in Case 3. So Case 3 gets eliminated.

**References:**

(vii) There is one person sitting between Raiza and the one whose age is 44 years.

(viii) Arun is an immediate neighbor of the one whose age is 44 years.

(ix) Heena is older than Arun.

In Case1, if we take Raiza age is 8 yrs then Geethaa's age will be 14 yrs. In such case, we can't place Arun.

So, if we take Raiza age is 14 yrs and Geetha's age is 8 yrs. We can satisfies the above all condition.

Similarly for Case 2, if we take Raiza age is 8 yrs then Geetha's age will be 14 yrs. In such case, we can't place Arun.

So, if we take Raiza age is 14 yrs and Geetha's age is 8 yrs. We can satisfies the above all condition.

**References:**

(x) Dina is not sitting at the extreme end.

(xi) The one whose age is 12 is sitting second to the left of Dina.

(xii) Emma and the one whose age is 21 years are immediate neighbor.

Henna is older than Arun.

In Case 1, we can't place Dina, if we take Dina as 56 yrs then Heena age becomes 12 which does not satisfy the given condition that Henna is older than Arun. So Case 1 gets eliminated.

So in Case2, when we place Dina, Emma will be 56 yrs and her immediate neighbor Dina will be 21 yrs. Then the left over age is 28 and 36. We know that Heena is older than Arun so her age is 36 yrs. and Arun age is 28yrs.

Here, the age difference between Geetha and Bala is 4. But both are immediate neighbours. So, no one is sitting between Geetha and Bala.