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Seven members L, H, K, T, F, J and R represent different countries in Olympics viz. USA, China. Korea, France, Russia, Australia and Japan; each one competes for a different sport viz. volleyball, Archery, Rifle Shooting, Tennis, Boxing, Athletics and Football. The order of persons, countries and games is not necessarily the same.

K represents China for Archery. T represents USA but not for Volleyball or Rifle Shooting. The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing. F competes for volleyball but not for Korea. L represents Australia for Athletics. The one who represents Russia competes for Tennis. J does not represent Korea or Japan. R competes for Rifle Shooting.

Refer the above for the Questions 21 to 20

21. F represents which country?

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Correct Ans:France

Explanation:

K represents China for Archery. T represents USA. F competes volleyball. L represents Australia for Athletics. R competes for Rifle Shooting.

L - Australia - athletics

H - _ - _

K - China _ Archery

T - USA -

F - _ - Volleyball

J - _ -

R - _ - Rifle Shooting

The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing.

Since, F completes volleyball, J is not from Japan and R competes Rifle shooting, So H represents Japan competes for Boxing and russia competes tennis. F cannot be korea, So, R will represent korea. Only one place left for football, so T competes football and one place left for france, so F is from Russia.

From the given conditions, we can conclude:

L - Australia - athletics

H - _ - _

K - China _ Archery

T - USA -

F - _ - Volleyball

J - _ -

R - _ - Rifle Shooting

The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing.

Since, F completes volleyball, J is not from Japan and R competes Rifle shooting, So H represents Japan competes for Boxing and russia competes tennis. F cannot be korea, So, R will represent korea. Only one place left for football, so T competes football and one place left for france, so F is from Russia.

From the given conditions, we can conclude:

**Hence, F represents France country.**
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**Direction**: These questions are based on the following information Study it carefully and answer the questions.

Seven members L, H, K, T, F, J and R represent different countries in Olympics viz. USA, China. Korea, France, Russia, Australia and Japan; each one competes for a different sport viz. volleyball, Archery, Rifle Shooting, Tennis, Boxing, Athletics and Football. The order of persons, countries and games is not necessarily the same.

K represents China for Archery. T represents USA but not for Volleyball or Rifle Shooting. The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing. F competes for volleyball but not for Korea. L represents Australia for Athletics. The one who represents Russia competes for Tennis. J does not represent Korea or Japan. R competes for Rifle Shooting.

Refer the above for the Questions 22 to 21

22. For which game does T compete?

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Correct Ans:Football

Explanation:

K represents China for Archery. T represents USA. F competes volleyball. L represents Australia for Athletics. R competes for Rifle Shooting.

L - Australia - athletics

H - _ - _

K - China _ Archery

T - USA -

F - _ - Volleyball

J - _ -

R - _ - Rifle Shooting

The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing.

Since, F completes volleyball, J is not from Japan and R competes Rifle shooting, So H represents Japan competes for Boxing and russia competes tennis. F cannot be korea, So, R will represent korea. Only one place left for football, so T competes football and one place left for france, so F is from Russia.

From the given conditions, we can conclude:

L - Australia - athletics

H - _ - _

K - China _ Archery

T - USA -

F - _ - Volleyball

J - _ -

R - _ - Rifle Shooting

The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing.

Since, F completes volleyball, J is not from Japan and R competes Rifle shooting, So H represents Japan competes for Boxing and russia competes tennis. F cannot be korea, So, R will represent korea. Only one place left for football, so T competes football and one place left for france, so F is from Russia.

From the given conditions, we can conclude:

**Hence, T competes for Football game.**
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**Direction**: These questions are based on the following information Study it carefully and answer the questions.

Seven members L, H, K, T, F, J and R represent different countries in Olympics viz. USA, China. Korea, France, Russia, Australia and Japan; each one competes for a different sport viz. volleyball, Archery, Rifle Shooting, Tennis, Boxing, Athletics and Football. The order of persons, countries and games is not necessarily the same.

K represents China for Archery. T represents USA but not for Volleyball or Rifle Shooting. The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing. F competes for volleyball but not for Korea. L represents Australia for Athletics. The one who represents Russia competes for Tennis. J does not represent Korea or Japan. R competes for Rifle Shooting.

Refer the above for the Questions 23 to 22

23. Who represents Japan?

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Correct Ans:H

Explanation:

K represents China for Archery. T represents USA. F competes volleyball. L represents Australia for Athletics. R competes for Rifle Shooting.

L - Australia - athletics

H - _ - _

K - China _ Archery

T - USA -

F - _ - Volleyball

J - _ -

R - _ - Rifle Shooting

The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing.

Since, F completes volleyball, J is not from Japan and R competes Rifle shooting, So H represents Japan competes for Boxing and russia competes tennis. F cannot be korea, So, R will represent korea. Only one place left for football, so T competes football and one place left for france, so F is from Russia.

From the given conditions, we can conclude:

L - Australia - athletics

H - _ - _

K - China _ Archery

T - USA -

F - _ - Volleyball

J - _ -

R - _ - Rifle Shooting

The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing.

Since, F completes volleyball, J is not from Japan and R competes Rifle shooting, So H represents Japan competes for Boxing and russia competes tennis. F cannot be korea, So, R will represent korea. Only one place left for football, so T competes football and one place left for france, so F is from Russia.

From the given conditions, we can conclude:

**Hence, H represents Japan country.**
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**Direction**: These questions are based on the following information Study it carefully and answer the questions.

Seven members L, H, K, T, F, J and R represent different countries in Olympics viz. USA, China. Korea, France, Russia, Australia and Japan; each one competes for a different sport viz. volleyball, Archery, Rifle Shooting, Tennis, Boxing, Athletics and Football. The order of persons, countries and games is not necessarily the same.

K represents China for Archery. T represents USA but not for Volleyball or Rifle Shooting. The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing. F competes for volleyball but not for Korea. L represents Australia for Athletics. The one who represents Russia competes for Tennis. J does not represent Korea or Japan. R competes for Rifle Shooting.

Refer the above for the Questions 24 to 23

24. Which of the following combinations is correct?

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Correct Ans:J-Tennis- Russia

Explanation:

K represents China for Archery. T represents USA. F competes volleyball. L represents Australia for Athletics. R competes for Rifle Shooting.

L - Australia - athletics

H - _ - _

K - China _ Archery

T - USA -

F - _ - Volleyball

J - _ -

R - _ - Rifle Shooting

The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing.

Since, F completes volleyball, J is not from Japan and R competes Rifle shooting, So H represents Japan competes for Boxing and russia competes tennis. F cannot be korea, So, R will represent korea. Only one place left for football, so T competes football and one place left for france, so F is from Russia.

From the given conditions, we can conclude:

L - Australia - athletics

H - _ - _

K - China _ Archery

T - USA -

F - _ - Volleyball

J - _ -

R - _ - Rifle Shooting

The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing.

Since, F completes volleyball, J is not from Japan and R competes Rifle shooting, So H represents Japan competes for Boxing and russia competes tennis. F cannot be korea, So, R will represent korea. Only one place left for football, so T competes football and one place left for france, so F is from Russia.

From the given conditions, we can conclude:

**Hence, J-Tennis-Russia combination is correct.**
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**Direction**: These questions are based on the following information Study it carefully and answer the questions.

Seven members L, H, K, T, F, J and R represent different countries in Olympics viz. USA, China. Korea, France, Russia, Australia and Japan; each one competes for a different sport viz. volleyball, Archery, Rifle Shooting, Tennis, Boxing, Athletics and Football. The order of persons, countries and games is not necessarily the same.

K represents China for Archery. T represents USA but not for Volleyball or Rifle Shooting. The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing. F competes for volleyball but not for Korea. L represents Australia for Athletics. The one who represents Russia competes for Tennis. J does not represent Korea or Japan. R competes for Rifle Shooting.

Refer the above for the Questions 25 to 24

25. The one who competes for Rifle shooting represents which country?

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Correct Ans:Korea

Explanation:

K represents China for Archery. T represents USA. F competes volleyball. L represents Australia for Athletics. R competes for Rifle Shooting.

L - Australia - athletics

H - _ - _

K - China _ Archery

T - USA -

F - _ - Volleyball

J - _ -

R - _ - Rifle Shooting

The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing.

Since, F completes volleyball, J is not from Japan and R competes Rifle shooting, So H represents Japan competes for Boxing and russia competes tennis. F cannot be korea, So, R will represent korea. Only one place left for football, so T competes football and one place left for france, so F is from Russia.

From the given conditions, we can conclude:

L - Australia - athletics

H - _ - _

K - China _ Archery

T - USA -

F - _ - Volleyball

J - _ -

R - _ - Rifle Shooting

The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing.

Since, F completes volleyball, J is not from Japan and R competes Rifle shooting, So H represents Japan competes for Boxing and russia competes tennis. F cannot be korea, So, R will represent korea. Only one place left for football, so T competes football and one place left for france, so F is from Russia.

From the given conditions, we can conclude:

**Hence, R competes for Rifle Shooting and represents Korea country.**
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**Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the below questions.**

There is a 5×5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation n(n+1)/2 starting from n = 3. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4.

The matrix numeric produce the signal to operate the lights such as., If the numeric value of string is between 20 to 45 then Red lights on. If the value is between 50 and 95 then Orange lights is on. If the value is between 100 and 165 then Yellow lights is on. If the value is between 170 and 300 then Green is operate. Except these values the lights does not operate.

Conditions for Numeric signal values are,

If 1st and last number is a perfect square from even numbers, then the 10th digits of all numbers are multiplied to produce numeric values.

If perfect square is preceded to odd number, then sum the highest and lowest number.

If perfect square is preceded to even number then subtract then 2nd highest and 2nd lowest number.

If perfect cube is preceded to perfect square number then sum the highest and lowest number.

There is no conditions followed then sum the all one’s digits. If two conditions are follow in the signal order wise 1st follow condition only applicable.

Refer the above for the Questions 26 to 25

26. Signals A is "˜=E%E#[email protected]$C"™, B is "˜=E%[email protected]$E$C"™, if "˜A+B"™ which of the following light will be operated?

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Correct Ans:Yellow

Explanation:

Reference:

1. There is a 5Ã—5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

2. Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. In the statement consecutive multiple of 2 from 12 onwards is 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.

3. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation (n(n+1)/2) starting from n=3. We set n as 3 and 4 and so on for the values.

4. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. We get values 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 same method as 1st row from top.

5. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27 so the values are 27, 36, 45, 54 and 63.

6. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4. Perfect square values from 4 onwards viz. 4, 9, 16, 25 and 36.

If two conditions are follow in the signal order, then only 1st condition which follows will be applicable.

Signals A is =E%E#[email protected]$C is 36 28 30 54 16. 1st and last number is a perfect square from even numbers. So, the 10th digits of all numbers are multiplied to produce numeric values.

3*2*3*5*1 = 90

Signals B is =E%[email protected]$E$C is 36 28 63 20 16. 1st and last number is a perfect square from even numbers. So, the 10th digits of all numbers are multiplied to produce numeric values.

3*2*6*2*1 = 72

90 + 72 = 162.

So, Yellow light is operated.

1. There is a 5Ã—5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

2. Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. In the statement consecutive multiple of 2 from 12 onwards is 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.

3. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation (n(n+1)/2) starting from n=3. We set n as 3 and 4 and so on for the values.

4. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. We get values 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 same method as 1st row from top.

5. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27 so the values are 27, 36, 45, 54 and 63.

6. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4. Perfect square values from 4 onwards viz. 4, 9, 16, 25 and 36.

If two conditions are follow in the signal order, then only 1st condition which follows will be applicable.

Signals A is =E%E#[email protected]$C is 36 28 30 54 16. 1st and last number is a perfect square from even numbers. So, the 10th digits of all numbers are multiplied to produce numeric values.

3*2*3*5*1 = 90

Signals B is =E%[email protected]$E$C is 36 28 63 20 16. 1st and last number is a perfect square from even numbers. So, the 10th digits of all numbers are multiplied to produce numeric values.

3*2*6*2*1 = 72

90 + 72 = 162.

So, Yellow light is operated.

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

There is a 5×5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation n(n+1)/2 starting from n = 3. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4.

The matrix numeric produce the signal to operate the lights such as., If the numeric value of string is between 20 to 45 then Red lights on. If the value is between 50 and 95 then Orange lights is on. If the value is between 100 and 165 then Yellow lights is on. If the value is between 170 and 300 then Green is operate. Except these values the lights does not operate.

Conditions for Numeric signal values are,

If 1st and last number is a perfect square from even numbers, then the 10th digits of all numbers are multiplied to produce numeric values.

If perfect square is preceded to odd number, then sum the highest and lowest number.

If perfect square is preceded to even number then subtract then 2nd highest and 2nd lowest number.

If perfect cube is preceded to perfect square number then sum the highest and lowest number.

There is no conditions followed then sum the all one’s digits. If two conditions are follow in the signal order wise 1st follow condition only applicable.

Refer the above for the Questions 27 to 26

27. In the given following which signal value is correct to operate the Yellow light?

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Correct Ans:$C%E#[email protected]=E

Explanation:

Reference:

1. There is a 5Ã—5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

2. Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. In the statement consecutive multiple of 2 from 12 onwards is 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.

3. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation (n(n+1)/2) starting from n=3. We set n as 3 and 4 and so on for the values.

4. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. We get values 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 same method as 1st row from top.

5. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27 so the values are 27, 36, 45, 54 and 63.

6. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4. Perfect square values from 4 onwards viz. 4, 9, 16, 25 and 36.

â€˜$C%E#[email protected]=Eâ€™ is 16 28 35 63 36. 1st and last number is a perfect square from even numbers. So, the 10th digits of all numbers are multiplied to produce numeric values.

1*2*3*6*3 = 108 Yellow light has been operated by this signal.

1. There is a 5Ã—5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

2. Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. In the statement consecutive multiple of 2 from 12 onwards is 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.

3. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation (n(n+1)/2) starting from n=3. We set n as 3 and 4 and so on for the values.

4. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. We get values 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 same method as 1st row from top.

5. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27 so the values are 27, 36, 45, 54 and 63.

6. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4. Perfect square values from 4 onwards viz. 4, 9, 16, 25 and 36.

â€˜$C%E#[email protected]=Eâ€™ is 16 28 35 63 36. 1st and last number is a perfect square from even numbers. So, the 10th digits of all numbers are multiplied to produce numeric values.

1*2*3*6*3 = 108 Yellow light has been operated by this signal.

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

There is a 5×5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation n(n+1)/2 starting from n = 3. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4.

The matrix numeric produce the signal to operate the lights such as., If the numeric value of string is between 20 to 45 then Red lights on. If the value is between 50 and 95 then Orange lights is on. If the value is between 100 and 165 then Yellow lights is on. If the value is between 170 and 300 then Green is operate. Except these values the lights does not operate.

Conditions for Numeric signal values are,

If 1st and last number is a perfect square from even numbers, then the 10th digits of all numbers are multiplied to produce numeric values.

If perfect square is preceded to odd number, then sum the highest and lowest number.

If perfect square is preceded to even number then subtract then 2nd highest and 2nd lowest number.

If perfect cube is preceded to perfect square number then sum the highest and lowest number.

There is no conditions followed then sum the all one’s digits. If two conditions are follow in the signal order wise 1st follow condition only applicable.

Refer the above for the Questions 28 to 27

28. If the signal "˜$A%C#[email protected]=A"™, then which of the light is operated?

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Correct Ans:None of these

Explanation:

Reference:

1. There is a 5Ã—5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

2. Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. In the statement consecutive multiple of 2 from 12 onwards is 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.

3. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation (n(n+1)/2) starting from n=3. We set n as 3 and 4 and so on for the values.

4. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. We get values 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 same method as 1st row from top.

5. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27 so the values are 27, 36, 45, 54 and 63.

6. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4. Perfect square values from 4 onwards viz. 4, 9, 16, 25 and 36.

Signal â€˜$A%C#[email protected]â€™ is 12 15 20 4 54 form this condition 3 is followed. Perfect square number is preceded to even number. So, subtract the second highest and 2rd lowest.

20 - 12 = 8

So, no light is operated.

1. There is a 5Ã—5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

2. Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. In the statement consecutive multiple of 2 from 12 onwards is 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.

3. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation (n(n+1)/2) starting from n=3. We set n as 3 and 4 and so on for the values.

4. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. We get values 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 same method as 1st row from top.

5. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27 so the values are 27, 36, 45, 54 and 63.

6. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4. Perfect square values from 4 onwards viz. 4, 9, 16, 25 and 36.

Signal â€˜$A%C#[email protected]â€™ is 12 15 20 4 54 form this condition 3 is followed. Perfect square number is preceded to even number. So, subtract the second highest and 2rd lowest.

20 - 12 = 8

So, no light is operated.

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

There is a 5×5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation n(n+1)/2 starting from n = 3. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4.

The matrix numeric produce the signal to operate the lights such as., If the numeric value of string is between 20 to 45 then Red lights on. If the value is between 50 and 95 then Orange lights is on. If the value is between 100 and 165 then Yellow lights is on. If the value is between 170 and 300 then Green is operate. Except these values the lights does not operate.

Conditions for Numeric signal values are,

If 1st and last number is a perfect square from even numbers, then the 10th digits of all numbers are multiplied to produce numeric values.

If perfect square is preceded to odd number, then sum the highest and lowest number.

If perfect square is preceded to even number then subtract then 2nd highest and 2nd lowest number.

If perfect cube is preceded to perfect square number then sum the highest and lowest number.

There is no conditions followed then sum the all one’s digits. If two conditions are follow in the signal order wise 1st follow condition only applicable.

Refer the above for the Questions 29 to 28

29. If the signal "˜$D%E#[email protected]=C"™, then which of the light is operated?

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Correct Ans:Orange

Explanation:

Reference:

1. There is a 5Ã—5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

2. Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. In the statement consecutive multiple of 2 from 12 onwards is 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.

3. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation (n(n+1)/2) starting from n=3. We set n as 3 and 4 and so on for the values.

4. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. We get values 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 same method as 1st row from top.

5. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27 so the values are 27, 36, 45, 54 and 63.

6. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4. Perfect square values from 4 onwards viz. 4, 9, 16, 25 and 36.

â€˜$D%E#[email protected]=Câ€™ is 18 28 35 27 16 from this the perfect cube is preceded to perfect square number. So, sum the highest and lowest number.

35 + 16 = 51

Since, the value is between 50 and 95.

So, the Orange lights is on.

1. There is a 5Ã—5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

2. Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. In the statement consecutive multiple of 2 from 12 onwards is 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.

3. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation (n(n+1)/2) starting from n=3. We set n as 3 and 4 and so on for the values.

4. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. We get values 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 same method as 1st row from top.

5. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27 so the values are 27, 36, 45, 54 and 63.

6. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4. Perfect square values from 4 onwards viz. 4, 9, 16, 25 and 36.

â€˜$D%E#[email protected]=Câ€™ is 18 28 35 27 16 from this the perfect cube is preceded to perfect square number. So, sum the highest and lowest number.

35 + 16 = 51

Since, the value is between 50 and 95.

So, the Orange lights is on.

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

There is a 5×5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation n(n+1)/2 starting from n = 3. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4.

The matrix numeric produce the signal to operate the lights such as., If the numeric value of string is between 20 to 45 then Red lights on. If the value is between 50 and 95 then Orange lights is on. If the value is between 100 and 165 then Yellow lights is on. If the value is between 170 and 300 then Green is operate. Except these values the lights does not operate.

Conditions for Numeric signal values are,

If 1st and last number is a perfect square from even numbers, then the 10th digits of all numbers are multiplied to produce numeric values.

If perfect square is preceded to odd number, then sum the highest and lowest number.

If perfect square is preceded to even number then subtract then 2nd highest and 2nd lowest number.

If perfect cube is preceded to perfect square number then sum the highest and lowest number.

There is no conditions followed then sum the all one’s digits. If two conditions are follow in the signal order wise 1st follow condition only applicable.

Refer the above for the Questions 30 to 29

30. If signals 1 => "˜$A%C#[email protected]=E"™, 2 => "˜$D%B#[email protected]=E"™, 3 => "˜$D%C#[email protected]=B"™ to form signal "˜1+2+3"™ then which of the following light is operated?

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Correct Ans:Yellow

Explanation:

Reference:

1. There is a 5Ã—5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

2. Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. In the statement consecutive multiple of 2 from 12 onwards is 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.

3. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation (n(n+1)/2) starting from n=3. We set n as 3 and 4 and so on for the values.

4. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. We get values 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 same method as 1st row from top.

5. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27 so the values are 27, 36, 45, 54 and 63.

6. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4. Perfect square values from 4 onwards viz. 4, 9, 16, 25 and 36.

1 => $A%C#[email protected]=E, 2 => $D%B#[email protected]=E, 3 => $D%C#[email protected]=B

1 = 12 15 25 54 36 from this condition 3 is followed. Perfect square number is preceded to even number. So, subtract the second highest and 2rd lowest.

36 - 15 = 21

2 = 18 10 25 45 36 from this condition 2 is followed. Perfect square is preceded to odd number, then sum the highest and lowest number.

45 + 10 = 55

3 = 18 15 30 36 9 from this condition 2 is followed. Perfect square is preceded to odd number, then sum the highest and lowest number.

36 + 9 = 45

1+2+3 => 21+55+45 => 121.

So, Yellow light is on.

1. There is a 5Ã—5 matrix which can produce string signals to operate the traffic signals of Green, Red and Yellow light. The rows of the matrix are =, @, #, %, and $ from bottom to top and the columns are A, B, C, D and E from left to right end.

2. Top row contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 2 from 12. In the statement consecutive multiple of 2 from 12 onwards is 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.

3. Second row from the top contains numbers which are consecutive number of following equation (n(n+1)/2) starting from n=3. We set n as 3 and 4 and so on for the values.

4. Third row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 5 from 15. We get values 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 same method as 1st row from top.

5. Second row from the bottom contains numbers which are consecutive multiple of 9 from 27 so the values are 27, 36, 45, 54 and 63.

6. Bottom row contains numbers which are consecutive perfect square number starting from 4. Perfect square values from 4 onwards viz. 4, 9, 16, 25 and 36.

1 => $A%C#[email protected]=E, 2 => $D%B#[email protected]=E, 3 => $D%C#[email protected]=B

1 = 12 15 25 54 36 from this condition 3 is followed. Perfect square number is preceded to even number. So, subtract the second highest and 2rd lowest.

36 - 15 = 21

2 = 18 10 25 45 36 from this condition 2 is followed. Perfect square is preceded to odd number, then sum the highest and lowest number.

45 + 10 = 55

3 = 18 15 30 36 9 from this condition 2 is followed. Perfect square is preceded to odd number, then sum the highest and lowest number.

36 + 9 = 45

1+2+3 => 21+55+45 => 121.

So, Yellow light is on.

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Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry. Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday. Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons. History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday. M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday. K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

Refer the above for the Questions 31 to 30

31. Who’s lecture was on the last day ?

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Correct Ans:M

Explanation:

Common Reference:

---> Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry.

---> Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday.

---> Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons.

---> History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday.

---> M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday.

---> K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

---> Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry.

---> Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday.

---> Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons.

---> History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday.

---> M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday.

---> K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

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**Direction**: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry. Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday. Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons. History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday. M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday. K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

Refer the above for the Questions 32 to 31

32. What is true regarding H?

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Correct Ans:Economics-Tuesday

Explanation:

Common Reference:

---> Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry.

---> Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday.

---> Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons.

---> History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday.

---> M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday.

---> K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

---> Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry.

---> Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday.

---> Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons.

---> History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday.

---> M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday.

---> K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

**Economics-Tuesday**
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Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry. Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday. Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons. History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday. M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday. K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

Refer the above for the Questions 33 to 32

33. Which of the following combinations is true according to the given information?

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Correct Ans:None of these

Explanation:

Common Reference:

---> Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry.

---> Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday.

---> Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons.

---> History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday.

---> M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday.

---> K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

---> Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry.

---> Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday.

---> Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons.

---> History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday.

---> M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday.

---> K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

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**Direction**: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry. Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday. Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons. History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday. M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday. K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

Refer the above for the Questions 34 to 33

34. Who’s lecture on Saturday?

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Correct Ans:J

Explanation:

Common Reference:

---> Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry.

---> Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday.

---> Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons.

---> History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday.

---> M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday.

---> K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

---> Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry.

---> Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday.

---> Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons.

---> History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday.

---> M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday.

---> K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

**J- lecture on Saturday**
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**Direction**: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry. Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday. Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons. History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday. M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday. K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

Refer the above for the Questions 35 to 34

35. Who’s lecture on Wednesday?

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Correct Ans:K

Explanation:

Common Reference:

---> Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry.

---> Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday.

---> Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons.

---> History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday.

---> M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday.

---> K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

---> Seven teachers of a school - G, H, I, J, K, L and M - teach three different subjects i.e. History, Economics and Chemistry.

---> Each of them teaching on different days of the week (no two persons teach on the same day), starting on Monday and ending on Sunday.

---> Minimum two persons teaching each subject and History is the only subject which taught by three persons.

---> History taught by G on Monday. L teaches Economics but neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday.

---> M teaches on Sunday but not Chemistry. The one who taught Economics teach on Tuesday and the one who taught Chemistry teach on Saturday.

---> K teaches on Wednesday. I teach History but not on Thursday. H did not teach Chemistry.

**K - lecture on Wednesday**
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**Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:**

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday and they bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator but not necessarily in the same order.

Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top. W does not bought top. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV. N and G do not attend the class consecutively. K attends the class immediately after L. W does not bought shoes. P is one of the person.

Refer the above for the Questions 36 to 35

36. Four of the following five are like in a certain way based on the above arrangement. Find which one does not belongs to the group?

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Correct Ans:W-T-shirt

Explanation:

Reference:

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday.

They bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator.

1. Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator.

2. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator.

3. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R.

Here we get two cases.

4. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N.

5. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans.

6. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top.

7. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top.

8. W does not bought top.

9. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV.

10. N and G do not attend the class consecutively.

11. K attends the class immediately after L.

12. P is one of the person.

13. W does not bought shoes.

Here Case 1 will be dropped.

W-T-shirt is the odd one.

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday.

They bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator.

1. Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator.

2. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator.

3. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R.

Here we get two cases.

4. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N.

5. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans.

6. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top.

7. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top.

8. W does not bought top.

9. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV.

10. N and G do not attend the class consecutively.

11. K attends the class immediately after L.

12. P is one of the person.

13. W does not bought shoes.

Here Case 1 will be dropped.

W-T-shirt is the odd one.

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

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday and they bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator but not necessarily in the same order.

Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top. W does not bought top. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV. N and G do not attend the class consecutively. K attends the class immediately after L. W does not bought shoes. P is one of the person.

Refer the above for the Questions 37 to 36

37. Who among the following person attends the class immediately after K?

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Correct Ans:W

Explanation:

Reference:

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday.

They bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator.

1. Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator.

2. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator.

3. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R.

Here we get two cases.

4. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N.

5. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans.

6. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top.

7. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top.

8. W does not bought top.

9. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV.

10. N and G do not attend the class consecutively.

11. K attends the class immediately after L.

12. P is one of the person.

13. W does not bought shoes.

Here Case 1 will be dropped.

W attends the class immediately after K.

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday.

They bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator.

1. Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator.

2. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator.

3. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R.

Here we get two cases.

4. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N.

5. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans.

6. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top.

7. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top.

8. W does not bought top.

9. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV.

10. N and G do not attend the class consecutively.

11. K attends the class immediately after L.

12. P is one of the person.

13. W does not bought shoes.

Here Case 1 will be dropped.

W attends the class immediately after K.

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

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday and they bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator but not necessarily in the same order.

Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top. W does not bought top. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV. N and G do not attend the class consecutively. K attends the class immediately after L. W does not bought shoes. P is one of the person.

Refer the above for the Questions 38 to 37

38. If P is related to Bag, R is related to Top, in the same way K is related to which of the following?

SHOW ANSWER

Correct Ans:TV

Explanation:

Reference:

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday.

They bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator.

1. Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator.

2. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator.

3. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R.

Here we get two cases.

4. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N.

5. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans.

6. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top.

7. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top.

8. W does not bought top.

9. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV.

10. N and G do not attend the class consecutively.

11. K attends the class immediately after L.

12. P is one of the person.

13. W does not bought shoes.

Here Case 1 will be dropped.

If P is related to Bag, R is related to Top then K is related to TV.

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday.

They bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator.

1. Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator.

2. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator.

3. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R.

Here we get two cases.

4. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N.

5. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans.

6. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top.

7. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top.

8. W does not bought top.

9. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV.

10. N and G do not attend the class consecutively.

11. K attends the class immediately after L.

12. P is one of the person.

13. W does not bought shoes.

Here Case 1 will be dropped.

If P is related to Bag, R is related to Top then K is related to TV.

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

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday and they bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator but not necessarily in the same order.

Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top. W does not bought top. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV. N and G do not attend the class consecutively. K attends the class immediately after L. W does not bought shoes. P is one of the person.

Refer the above for the Questions 39 to 38

39. Who among the following person bought Top?

SHOW ANSWER

Correct Ans:L

Explanation:

Reference:

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday.

They bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator.

1. Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator.

2. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator.

3. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R.

Here we get two cases.

4. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N.

5. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans.

6. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top.

7. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top.

8. W does not bought top.

9. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV.

10. N and G do not attend the class consecutively.

11. K attends the class immediately after L.

12. P is one of the person.

13. W does not bought shoes.

Here Case 1 will be dropped.

L bought Top.

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday.

They bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator.

1. Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator.

2. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator.

3. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R.

Here we get two cases.

4. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N.

5. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans.

6. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top.

7. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top.

8. W does not bought top.

9. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV.

10. N and G do not attend the class consecutively.

11. K attends the class immediately after L.

12. P is one of the person.

13. W does not bought shoes.

Here Case 1 will be dropped.

L bought Top.

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

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday and they bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator but not necessarily in the same order.

Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top. W does not bought top. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV. N and G do not attend the class consecutively. K attends the class immediately after L. W does not bought shoes. P is one of the person.

Refer the above for the Questions 40 to 39

40. How many persons attend the class after the one who bought shoes?

SHOW ANSWER

Correct Ans:None of these

Explanation:

Reference:

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday.

They bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator.

1. Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator.

2. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator.

3. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R.

Here we get two cases.

4. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N.

5. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans.

6. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top.

7. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top.

8. W does not bought top.

9. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV.

10. N and G do not attend the class consecutively.

11. K attends the class immediately after L.

12. P is one of the person.

13. W does not bought shoes.

Here Case 1 will be dropped.

Seven persons attends the class in a week starts from Monday and ends on Sunday.

They bought different items T-shirt, Shoes, Top, Jeans, Bag, TV and Refrigerator.

1. Three persons attend the class between R and the one who bought Refrigerator.

2. R attends the class before the one who bought Refrigerator.

3. The one who bought bag attends the class immediately before R.

Here we get two cases.

4. As many persons attend the class before W attend the class after N.

5. Only two persons attend the class after the one who bought jeans.

6. Only one person attends the class between N and the one who bought top.

7. The one who bought T-shirt attends the class immediately before the one who bought Top.

8. W does not bought top.

9. G attends the class immediately after the one who bought TV.

10. N and G do not attend the class consecutively.

11. K attends the class immediately after L.

12. P is one of the person.

13. W does not bought shoes.

Here Case 1 will be dropped.

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