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Directions: Study the following information carefully to answer the given question.

Refer the above for the Questions 101 to 100
101. Who amongst the following is male who donated 2500 Rs?

Correct Ans:R
Explanation:
Since, the given year is 2016 and it is a leap year, no. of days in February 2016 = 29.
Reference:
V made his donation in June.
On the first month of the year, a male made a contribution of 5000 rupees.
The contribution of Rs 500 was made in November month.

There are two such cases where the difference in the number of days of the months of two successive donations is zero. In one such case, the months are consecutive months of the year. ----> From these two statements, it is clear that, July (31) and August (31) are the months of two successive donations.

Only three persons made their contribution in a month which has 31 days. ---> From this statement, it is clear that, donations were made during the months of January (31), July (31) and August (31) and none of the other months which have 31 days.

From all the above statements, donations were made during the months of January, June, July, August, November and any two of the months of February, April, and September.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) Male Rs. 5000 February (29) April (30) June (30) V July (31) August (31) September (30) November (30) Rs. 500

Reference:
The donation of the male who donated his money on June is the perfect square of the donation made on August. ---> It is clear that, donation made on August is Rs. 40 and it’s perfect square i.e, Rs. 1600 is made on June.

T is the only female who cannot be succeeded by any one. ---> It implies that, T donated her money on November.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) Male Rs. 5000 February (29) April (30) June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) August (31) Rs. 40 September (30) November (30) T Female Rs. 500

Reference:
The sum of contributions of W and Q is equal to that of S. ---> The only possibile numbers among the given contribution amount, which satisfy the above condition are 40, 40, and 80 (ie., 40 + 40 = 80)
Thus, the contributions of W and Q be Rs, 40 each and contribution of S = Rs. 80.

Only one donation is made between the donations made by T and S.
---> If there is any one person who contributes his donation on September means, S must contribute Rs. 80 on August, which is not possibile here. So, no one contribute money on September.
Thus, S contributes Rs. 80 on July (since there is one person between T and S).

Given that, S did not made his donation on a month after the donation of Q. ---> It implies that, Q made his donation (i.e., Rs. 40) on the month of August.

Given that, Two donations were made between the donations made by V and P. ---> Hence, P would made his donation on the month of January.

Given that, R donated money immediately before W. ---> Hence, R donated money on February and W donated money (i.e, Rs. 40) on April.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) P Male Rs. 5000 February (29) R April (30) W Rs. 40 June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) S Rs. 80 August (31) Q Rs. 40 November (30) T Female Rs. 500

Reference:
Contribution by a female is always preceded and succeeded by the contribution of a male.
P is the only male which is followed by another male.

Now, the only left amount is Rs. 2500, which would be the contributed by R.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) P Male Rs. 5000 February (29) R Male Rs. 2500 April (30) W Female Rs. 40 June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) S Female Rs. 80 August (31) Q Male Rs. 40 November (30) T Female Rs. 500
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Refer the above for the Questions 102 to 101
102. Which of the following combinations is correct as per the given arrangement?

Correct Ans:January - P
Explanation:
Since, the given year is 2016 and it is a leap year, no. of days in February 2016 = 29.
Reference:
V made his donation in June.
On the first month of the year, a male made a contribution of 5000 rupees.
The contribution of Rs 500 was made in November month.

There are two such cases where the difference in the number of days of the months of two successive donations is zero. In one such case, the months are consecutive months of the year. ----> From these two statements, it is clear that, July (31) and August (31) are the months of two successive donations.

Only three persons made their contribution in a month which has 31 days. ---> From this statement, it is clear that, donations were made during the months of January (31), July (31) and August (31) and none of the other months which have 31 days.

From all the above statements, donations were made during the months of January, June, July, August, November and any two of the months of February, April, and September.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) Male Rs. 5000 February (29) April (30) June (30) V July (31) August (31) September (30) November (30) Rs. 500

Reference:
The donation of the male who donated his money on June is the perfect square of the donation made on August. ---> It is clear that, donation made on August is Rs. 40 and it’s perfect square i.e, Rs. 1600 is made on June.

T is the only female who cannot be succeeded by any one. ---> It implies that, T donated her money on November.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) Male Rs. 5000 February (29) April (30) June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) August (31) Rs. 40 September (30) November (30) T Female Rs. 500

Reference:
The sum of contributions of W and Q is equal to that of S. ---> The only possibile numbers among the given contribution amount, which satisfy the above condition are 40, 40, and 80 (ie., 40 + 40 = 80)
Thus, the contributions of W and Q be Rs, 40 each and contribution of S = Rs. 80.

Only one donation is made between the donations made by T and S.
---> If there is any one person who contributes his donation on September means, S must contribute Rs. 80 on August, which is not possibile here. So, no one contribute money on September.
Thus, S contributes Rs. 80 on July (since there is one person between T and S).

Given that, S did not made his donation on a month after the donation of Q. ---> It implies that, Q made his donation (i.e., Rs. 40) on the month of August.

Given that, Two donations were made between the donations made by V and P. ---> Hence, P would made his donation on the month of January.

Given that, R donated money immediately before W. ---> Hence, R donated money on February and W donated money (i.e, Rs. 40) on April.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) P Male Rs. 5000 February (29) R April (30) W Rs. 40 June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) S Rs. 80 August (31) Q Rs. 40 November (30) T Female Rs. 500

Reference:
Contribution by a female is always preceded and succeeded by the contribution of a male.
P is the only male which is followed by another male.

Now, the only left amount is Rs. 2500, which would be the contributed by R.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) P Male Rs. 5000 February (29) R Male Rs. 2500 April (30) W Female Rs. 40 June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) S Female Rs. 80 August (31) Q Male Rs. 40 November (30) T Female Rs. 500
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Refer the above for the Questions 103 to 102
103. Who among the following is a female?

Correct Ans:S
Explanation:
Since, the given year is 2016 and it is a leap year, no. of days in February 2016 = 29.
Reference:
V made his donation in June.
On the first month of the year, a male made a contribution of 5000 rupees.
The contribution of Rs 500 was made in November month.

There are two such cases where the difference in the number of days of the months of two successive donations is zero. In one such case, the months are consecutive months of the year. ----> From these two statements, it is clear that, July (31) and August (31) are the months of two successive donations.

Only three persons made their contribution in a month which has 31 days. ---> From this statement, it is clear that, donations were made during the months of January (31), July (31) and August (31) and none of the other months which have 31 days.

From all the above statements, donations were made during the months of January, June, July, August, November and any two of the months of February, April, and September.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) Male Rs. 5000 February (29) April (30) June (30) V July (31) August (31) September (30) November (30) Rs. 500

Reference:
The donation of the male who donated his money on June is the perfect square of the donation made on August. ---> It is clear that, donation made on August is Rs. 40 and it’s perfect square i.e, Rs. 1600 is made on June.

T is the only female who cannot be succeeded by any one. ---> It implies that, T donated her money on November.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) Male Rs. 5000 February (29) April (30) June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) August (31) Rs. 40 September (30) November (30) T Female Rs. 500

Reference:
The sum of contributions of W and Q is equal to that of S. ---> The only possibile numbers among the given contribution amount, which satisfy the above condition are 40, 40, and 80 (ie., 40 + 40 = 80)
Thus, the contributions of W and Q be Rs, 40 each and contribution of S = Rs. 80.

Only one donation is made between the donations made by T and S.
---> If there is any one person who contributes his donation on September means, S must contribute Rs. 80 on August, which is not possibile here. So, no one contribute money on September.
Thus, S contributes Rs. 80 on July (since there is one person between T and S).

Given that, S did not made his donation on a month after the donation of Q. ---> It implies that, Q made his donation (i.e., Rs. 40) on the month of August.

Given that, Two donations were made between the donations made by V and P. ---> Hence, P would made his donation on the month of January.

Given that, R donated money immediately before W. ---> Hence, R donated money on February and W donated money (i.e, Rs. 40) on April.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) P Male Rs. 5000 February (29) R April (30) W Rs. 40 June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) S Rs. 80 August (31) Q Rs. 40 November (30) T Female Rs. 500

Reference:
Contribution by a female is always preceded and succeeded by the contribution of a male.
P is the only male which is followed by another male.

Now, the only left amount is Rs. 2500, which would be the contributed by R.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) P Male Rs. 5000 February (29) R Male Rs. 2500 April (30) W Female Rs. 40 June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) S Female Rs. 80 August (31) Q Male Rs. 40 November (30) T Female Rs. 500
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Refer the above for the Questions 104 to 103
104. As per the given arrangement which of the following person represent the one who was donated money in between the W and S?

Correct Ans:V
Explanation:
Since, the given year is 2016 and it is a leap year, no. of days in February 2016 = 29.
Reference:
V made his donation in June.
On the first month of the year, a male made a contribution of 5000 rupees.
The contribution of Rs 500 was made in November month.

There are two such cases where the difference in the number of days of the months of two successive donations is zero. In one such case, the months are consecutive months of the year. ----> From these two statements, it is clear that, July (31) and August (31) are the months of two successive donations.

Only three persons made their contribution in a month which has 31 days. ---> From this statement, it is clear that, donations were made during the months of January (31), July (31) and August (31) and none of the other months which have 31 days.

From all the above statements, donations were made during the months of January, June, July, August, November and any two of the months of February, April, and September.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) Male Rs. 5000 February (29) April (30) June (30) V July (31) August (31) September (30) November (30) Rs. 500

Reference:
The donation of the male who donated his money on June is the perfect square of the donation made on August. ---> It is clear that, donation made on August is Rs. 40 and it’s perfect square i.e, Rs. 1600 is made on June.

T is the only female who cannot be succeeded by any one. ---> It implies that, T donated her money on November.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) Male Rs. 5000 February (29) April (30) June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) August (31) Rs. 40 September (30) November (30) T Female Rs. 500

Reference:
The sum of contributions of W and Q is equal to that of S. ---> The only possibile numbers among the given contribution amount, which satisfy the above condition are 40, 40, and 80 (ie., 40 + 40 = 80)
Thus, the contributions of W and Q be Rs, 40 each and contribution of S = Rs. 80.

Only one donation is made between the donations made by T and S.
---> If there is any one person who contributes his donation on September means, S must contribute Rs. 80 on August, which is not possibile here. So, no one contribute money on September.
Thus, S contributes Rs. 80 on July (since there is one person between T and S).

Given that, S did not made his donation on a month after the donation of Q. ---> It implies that, Q made his donation (i.e., Rs. 40) on the month of August.

Given that, Two donations were made between the donations made by V and P. ---> Hence, P would made his donation on the month of January.

Given that, R donated money immediately before W. ---> Hence, R donated money on February and W donated money (i.e, Rs. 40) on April.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) P Male Rs. 5000 February (29) R April (30) W Rs. 40 June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) S Rs. 80 August (31) Q Rs. 40 November (30) T Female Rs. 500

Reference:
Contribution by a female is always preceded and succeeded by the contribution of a male.
P is the only male which is followed by another male.

Now, the only left amount is Rs. 2500, which would be the contributed by R.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) P Male Rs. 5000 February (29) R Male Rs. 2500 April (30) W Female Rs. 40 June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) S Female Rs. 80 August (31) Q Male Rs. 40 November (30) T Female Rs. 500
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Refer the above for the Questions 105 to 104
105. As per the given arrangement which of the following combination represents only the people who are females?

Correct Ans:W, T, S
Explanation:
Since, the given year is 2016 and it is a leap year, no. of days in February 2016 = 29.
Reference:
V made his donation in June.
On the first month of the year, a male made a contribution of 5000 rupees.
The contribution of Rs 500 was made in November month.

There are two such cases where the difference in the number of days of the months of two successive donations is zero. In one such case, the months are consecutive months of the year. ----> From these two statements, it is clear that, July (31) and August (31) are the months of two successive donations.

Only three persons made their contribution in a month which has 31 days. ---> From this statement, it is clear that, donations were made during the months of January (31), July (31) and August (31) and none of the other months which have 31 days.

From all the above statements, donations were made during the months of January, June, July, August, November and any two of the months of February, April, and September.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) Male Rs. 5000 February (29) April (30) June (30) V July (31) August (31) September (30) November (30) Rs. 500

Reference:
The donation of the male who donated his money on June is the perfect square of the donation made on August. ---> It is clear that, donation made on August is Rs. 40 and it’s perfect square i.e, Rs. 1600 is made on June.

T is the only female who cannot be succeeded by any one. ---> It implies that, T donated her money on November.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) Male Rs. 5000 February (29) April (30) June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) August (31) Rs. 40 September (30) November (30) T Female Rs. 500

Reference:
The sum of contributions of W and Q is equal to that of S. ---> The only possibile numbers among the given contribution amount, which satisfy the above condition are 40, 40, and 80 (ie., 40 + 40 = 80)
Thus, the contributions of W and Q be Rs, 40 each and contribution of S = Rs. 80.

Only one donation is made between the donations made by T and S.
---> If there is any one person who contributes his donation on September means, S must contribute Rs. 80 on August, which is not possibile here. So, no one contribute money on September.
Thus, S contributes Rs. 80 on July (since there is one person between T and S).

Given that, S did not made his donation on a month after the donation of Q. ---> It implies that, Q made his donation (i.e., Rs. 40) on the month of August.

Given that, Two donations were made between the donations made by V and P. ---> Hence, P would made his donation on the month of January.

Given that, R donated money immediately before W. ---> Hence, R donated money on February and W donated money (i.e, Rs. 40) on April.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) P Male Rs. 5000 February (29) R April (30) W Rs. 40 June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) S Rs. 80 August (31) Q Rs. 40 November (30) T Female Rs. 500

Reference:
Contribution by a female is always preceded and succeeded by the contribution of a male.
P is the only male which is followed by another male.

Now, the only left amount is Rs. 2500, which would be the contributed by R.
 Months Person Gender Money Donated January (31) P Male Rs. 5000 February (29) R Male Rs. 2500 April (30) W Female Rs. 40 June (30) V Male Rs. 1600 July (31) S Female Rs. 80 August (31) Q Male Rs. 40 November (30) T Female Rs. 500
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Seven animals Tiger, Lion, Elephant, Fox, Horse, Panda and Cheetah have been collected from different forest to Indian museum for 1 week show. These animals belongs to different dangerous forest i.e. Crooked Forest, Black Forest, Rata Forest, Goblin Forest, Otzarreta Forest, Hallerbos Forest and Tsingy Forest. And all seven animals have show on a different days of the week from Monday to Sunday and all these animals are national animal of different countries - America, China, India, Africa, Spain, France and Germany but not necessarily in the same order.

Elephant belongs to crooked forest but do not have show on Tuesday. Cheetah has show on Monday but not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest. Panda belongs to Otazarreta Forest. The one who belongs to crooked forest, is national animal of Spain. Lion belongs to Goblin Forest and has show on Wednesday. Two animal have show on the days between the days on which national animal of Spain has show and national animal of France has show. Fox, which is national animal of France and does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest and has show on the next day on which Horse has show, who belongs to Hallerbos Forest. Animal which is national animal of Africa has show on the day just before the day on which elephant has show and three animal have show between the days on which the America’s national animal and the Germany’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of China has show just before the day on which the America’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of India has show after the day on which America’s national animal has show.

Refer the above for the Questions 106 to 105
106. Which of the following combinations of animal-forest-day and country is correct?

Correct Ans:None of these
Explanation:
.Reference:
Cheetah has show on Monday but not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest.
Lion belongs to Goblin Forest and has show on Wednesday.
Elephant belongs to crooked forest but do not have show on Tuesday.
The one who belongs to crooked forest, is national animal of Spain. ---> It is clear that, Elephant belonging to crooked forest is the national animal of Spain.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest Tuesday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Reference:
Two animal have show on the days between the days on which national animal of Spain (i.e, Elephant) has show and national animal of France (i.e, Fox) has show.

Fox does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest and has show on the next day on which Horse has show, who belongs to Hallerbos Forest.
----> From these statements, the only possibility is Horse would have show on Saturday, Fox would have show on Sunday and Elephant on Thursday.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest Tuesday Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Sunday Fox Rata Forest France

Reference:
Animal which is national animal of Africa has show on the day just before the day on which elephant has show. ----> Hence, Lion is the national animal of Africa.

The one who is national animal of China has show just before the day on which the America’s national animal has show. Three animal have show between the days on which the America’s national animal and the Germany’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of India has show after the day on which America’s national animal has show.
----> From these statements, the only possibility is -- China’s national animal would have show on Monday, America’s national animal would have show on Tuesday and Germany’s national animal on Saturday. India’s national animal would have show on Friday.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest China Tuesday America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Rata Forest France

Reference:
Cheetah does not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest. Panda belongs to Otzarreta Forest.
---> Now the only left forest is Black Forest. Hence, Cheetah would belong to Black Forest.

Fox does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest.
---> Now the only left forest is Tsingy Forest. Hence, Fox would belong to Tsingy Forest. [Since Panda belongs to Otzarreta Forest]
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Black Forest China Tuesday America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Tsingy Forest France

Now the only left animals are Tiger and Panda; and the only left forests are Rata Forest and Otzarreta Forest.
Either Tiger or Panda who would have show on either Tuesday or Friday.
Thus, the final solution is:
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Black Forest China Tuesday Tiger / Panda Rata Forest / Otzarreta Forest America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday Tiger / Panda Rata Forest / Otzarreta Forest India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Tsingy Forest France
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Eight Boxes P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are placed one above another in a stack. Each of them is different colour i.e. Red, Blue, Green, Pink, Yellow, White, Orange and Grey But not necessary in same order.
Box P which is Blue colour placed just above box which has Orange colour. Three boxes are placed between Orange colour box and Box T. Box S placed just above box Q which is Green colour. More than three boxes placed between Box T and Box Q. Two boxes are placed between Grey colour box and White colour box. Box U placed just above box V, Which is Red colour. Two boxes placed between box W and Box U. Box W is placed above Box U. Box R is pink colour and does not placed just below white colour box.

Refer the above for the Questions 107 to 106
107. Which of the following statement is not true regarding V?

Correct Ans:Box V placed below Box P
Explanation:
Reference:
Box - P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W.
Colours - Red, Blue, Green, Pink, Yellow, White, Orange and Grey

1. Box P which is Blue colour placed just above box which has Orange colour.
2. Three boxes are placed between Orange colour box and Box T.
3. More than three boxes placed between Box T and Box Q.
4. Box S placed just above box Q which is Green colour.
5. Two boxes placed between box W and Box U. Box W is placed above Box U.
6. Box U placed just above box V, Which is Red colour.
7. Two boxes are placed between Grey colour box and White colour box.
8. Box R is pink colour and does not placed just below white colour box.
So, Box T is yellow colour.

Hence, Box V placed below Box P is true.
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Eight Boxes P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are placed one above another in a stack. Each of them is different colour i.e. Red, Blue, Green, Pink, Yellow, White, Orange and Grey But not necessary in same order.
Box P which is Blue colour placed just above box which has Orange colour. Three boxes are placed between Orange colour box and Box T. Box S placed just above box Q which is Green colour. More than three boxes placed between Box T and Box Q. Two boxes are placed between Grey colour box and White colour box. Box U placed just above box V, Which is Red colour. Two boxes placed between box W and Box U. Box W is placed above Box U. Box R is pink colour and does not placed just below white colour box.

Refer the above for the Questions 108 to 107
108. Which of the following combination is true?

Correct Ans:S - Orange
Explanation:
Reference:
Box - P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W.
Colours - Red, Blue, Green, Pink, Yellow, White, Orange and Grey

1. Box P which is Blue colour placed just above box which has Orange colour.
2. Three boxes are placed between Orange colour box and Box T.
3. More than three boxes placed between Box T and Box Q.
4. Box S placed just above box Q which is Green colour.
5. Two boxes placed between box W and Box U. Box W is placed above Box U.
6. Box U placed just above box V, Which is Red colour.
7. Two boxes are placed between Grey colour box and White colour box.
8. Box R is pink colour and does not placed just below white colour box.
So, Box T is yellow colour.

Hence, option (c) is the correct answer.
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Eight Boxes P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are placed one above another in a stack. Each of them is different colour i.e. Red, Blue, Green, Pink, Yellow, White, Orange and Grey But not necessary in same order.
Box P which is Blue colour placed just above box which has Orange colour. Three boxes are placed between Orange colour box and Box T. Box S placed just above box Q which is Green colour. More than three boxes placed between Box T and Box Q. Two boxes are placed between Grey colour box and White colour box. Box U placed just above box V, Which is Red colour. Two boxes placed between box W and Box U. Box W is placed above Box U. Box R is pink colour and does not placed just below white colour box.

Refer the above for the Questions 109 to 108
109. Which of the following is colour of Box T?

Correct Ans:Yellow
Explanation:
Reference:
Box - P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W.
Colours - Red, Blue, Green, Pink, Yellow, White, Orange and Grey

1. Box P which is Blue colour placed just above box which has Orange colour.
2. Three boxes are placed between Orange colour box and Box T.
3. More than three boxes placed between Box T and Box Q.
4. Box S placed just above box Q which is Green colour.
5. Two boxes placed between box W and Box U. Box W is placed above Box U.
6. Box U placed just above box V, Which is Red colour.
7. Two boxes are placed between Grey colour box and White colour box.
8. Box R is pink colour and does not placed just below white colour box.
So, Box T is yellow colour.

Hence, yellow is the colour of Box T.
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Eight Boxes P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are placed one above another in a stack. Each of them is different colour i.e. Red, Blue, Green, Pink, Yellow, White, Orange and Grey But not necessary in same order.
Box P which is Blue colour placed just above box which has Orange colour. Three boxes are placed between Orange colour box and Box T. Box S placed just above box Q which is Green colour. More than three boxes placed between Box T and Box Q. Two boxes are placed between Grey colour box and White colour box. Box U placed just above box V, Which is Red colour. Two boxes placed between box W and Box U. Box W is placed above Box U. Box R is pink colour and does not placed just below white colour box.

Refer the above for the Questions 110 to 109
110. How many boxes are placed between Box U and Box Q?

Correct Ans:None
Explanation:
Reference:
Box - P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W.
Colours - Red, Blue, Green, Pink, Yellow, White, Orange and Grey

1. Box P which is Blue colour placed just above box which has Orange colour.
2. Three boxes are placed between Orange colour box and Box T.
3. More than three boxes placed between Box T and Box Q.
4. Box S placed just above box Q which is Green colour.
5. Two boxes placed between box W and Box U. Box W is placed above Box U.
6. Box U placed just above box V, Which is Red colour.
7. Two boxes are placed between Grey colour box and White colour box.
8. Box R is pink colour and does not placed just below white colour box.
So, Box T is yellow colour.

Hence, three boxes are placed between Box U and Box Q.
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Eight Boxes P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are placed one above another in a stack. Each of them is different colour i.e. Red, Blue, Green, Pink, Yellow, White, Orange and Grey But not necessary in same order.
Box P which is Blue colour placed just above box which has Orange colour. Three boxes are placed between Orange colour box and Box T. Box S placed just above box Q which is Green colour. More than three boxes placed between Box T and Box Q. Two boxes are placed between Grey colour box and White colour box. Box U placed just above box V, Which is Red colour. Two boxes placed between box W and Box U. Box W is placed above Box U. Box R is pink colour and does not placed just below white colour box.

Refer the above for the Questions 111 to 110
111. Which of the following box is placed just above box P?

Correct Ans:V
Explanation:
Reference:
Box - P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W.
Colours - Red, Blue, Green, Pink, Yellow, White, Orange and Grey

1. Box P which is Blue colour placed just above box which has Orange colour.
2. Three boxes are placed between Orange colour box and Box T.
3. More than three boxes placed between Box T and Box Q.
4. Box S placed just above box Q which is Green colour.
5. Two boxes placed between box W and Box U. Box W is placed above Box U.
6. Box U placed just above box V, Which is Red colour.
7. Two boxes are placed between Grey colour box and White colour box.
8. Box R is pink colour and does not placed just below white colour box.
So, Box T is yellow colour.

Hence, box V is placed just above box P.
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Shelly, Victor, Emma, Addison, Paige, Ashley, Dale, Gail and Madison live on nine different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above it is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered nine. Each of them is from a different city of the world, viz Huston, Portland, Alaska, Chicago, New York, Florida, Seattle, Boston and Denver but not necessarily in the same order.

Gail is from Chicago and lives on an even-numbered floor.
The one who is from Boston lives on the fouth floor.
Paige lives on the second floor and she is from Alaska.
Shelly lives on an even-numbered floor below the floor on which Gail lives.
Ashley does not live on the lowermost floor.
The one who is from Denver lives on the third floor.
Shelly is not from Florida.
There are two floors between the floors on which the one who is from Seattle and the one who is from Chicago live.
Emma is from Portland.
There are three floors between the floors on which Emma and Dale live.
There is one floor between the floors on which Ashley and Dale live.
Ashley is not from Denver.
The one who is from Huston lives on the topmost floor.

Refer the above for the Questions 112 to 111
112. Four of the following five are alike in some way and thus form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to the group?

Correct Ans:1 - Ashley - Florida
Explanation:
Following the final solution we can say that Ashley does not live on 1st floor.

Hence, the correct answer is : 1 - Ashley - Florida.

Common Explanation:

Reference:

The one who is from Huston lives on the topmost floor.

The one who is from Boston lives on the fouth floor.

Paige lives on the second floor and she is from Alaska.

The one who is from Denver lives on the third floor.

Inference:

We can use the given information directly in the table.

Reference:

Gail is from Chicago and lives on an even-numbered floor.

Shelly lives on an even-numbered floor below the floor on which Gail lives.

There are two floors between the floors on which the one who is from Seattle and the one who is from Chicago live.

Inference:

In the given information, even though Gail can lives on any even numbered floor but we cannot place Gail on any other floor except 8 otherwise we won’t have any place left for Seattle under the given conditions. Now after place Gail we can see that there are two possible scenarios for Shelly to live on an even-numbered floor below Gail.

Case 1:

Shelly lives on 6th floor:

Case 2:

Shelly lives on 4th floor:

Reference:

There are three floors between the floors on which Emma and Dale live.

There is one floor between the floors on which Ashley and Dale live.

Ashley is not from Denver.

Ashley does not live on the lowermost floor.

Emma is from Portland.

Inference:

Studying the given information carefully we can rule out our Case 2 because there is no place left for Addison to live immediately above Madison. So, we move forward with Case 1. And can complete the table easily.

The final puzzle is as follows:

Case 1:

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Shelly, Victor, Emma, Addison, Paige, Ashley, Dale, Gail and Madison live on nine different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above it is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered nine. Each of them is from a different city of the world, viz Huston, Portland, Alaska, Chicago, New York, Florida, Seattle, Boston and Denver but not necessarily in the same order.

Gail is from Chicago and lives on an even-numbered floor.
The one who is from Boston lives on the fouth floor.
Paige lives on the second floor and she is from Alaska.
Shelly lives on an even-numbered floor below the floor on which Gail lives.
Ashley does not live on the lowermost floor.
The one who is from Denver lives on the third floor.
Shelly is not from Florida.
There are two floors between the floors on which the one who is from Seattle and the one who is from Chicago live.
Emma is from Portland.
There are three floors between the floors on which Emma and Dale live.
There is one floor between the floors on which Ashley and Dale live.
Ashley is not from Denver.
The one who is from Huston lives on the topmost floor.

Refer the above for the Questions 113 to 112
113. If Victor is related to Florida, and Ashley is related to Seattle, which of the following is related to Denver in the same way?

Correct Ans:Dale
Explanation:
Following the final solution we can say that Dale is related to Denver in the same way Victor is related to Florida, and Ashley is related to Seattle.

Hence the correct answer is : Dale

Common Explanation:

Reference:

The one who is from Huston lives on the topmost floor.

The one who is from Boston lives on the fouth floor.

Paige lives on the second floor and she is from Alaska.

The one who is from Denver lives on the third floor.

Inference:

We can use the given information directly in the table.

Reference:

Gail is from Chicago and lives on an even-numbered floor.

Shelly lives on an even-numbered floor below the floor on which Gail lives.

There are two floors between the floors on which the one who is from Seattle and the one who is from Chicago live.

Inference:

In the given information, even though Gail can lives on any even numbered floor but we cannot place Gail on any other floor except 8 otherwise we won’t have any place left for Seattle under the given conditions. Now after place Gail we can see that there are two possible scenarios for Shelly to live on an even-numbered floor below Gail.

Case 1:

Shelly lives on 6th floor:

Case 2:

Shelly lives on 4th floor:

Reference:

There are three floors between the floors on which Emma and Dale live.

There is one floor between the floors on which Ashley and Dale live.

Ashley is not from Denver.

Ashley does not live on the lowermost floor.

Emma is from Portland.

Inference:

Studying the given information carefully we can rule out our Case 2 because there is no place left for Addison to live immediately above Madison. So, we move forward with Case 1. And can complete the table easily.

The final puzzle is as follows:

Case 1:

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Shelly, Victor, Emma, Addison, Paige, Ashley, Dale, Gail and Madison live on nine different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above it is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered nine. Each of them is from a different city of the world, viz Huston, Portland, Alaska, Chicago, New York, Florida, Seattle, Boston and Denver but not necessarily in the same order.

Gail is from Chicago and lives on an even-numbered floor.
The one who is from Boston lives on the fouth floor.
Paige lives on the second floor and she is from Alaska.
Shelly lives on an even-numbered floor below the floor on which Gail lives.
Ashley does not live on the lowermost floor.
The one who is from Denver lives on the third floor.
Shelly is not from Florida.
There are two floors between the floors on which the one who is from Seattle and the one who is from Chicago live.
Emma is from Portland.
There are three floors between the floors on which Emma and Dale live.
There is one floor between the floors on which Ashley and Dale live.
Ashley is not from Denver.
The one who is from Huston lives on the topmost floor.

Refer the above for the Questions 114 to 113
114. Which of the following combinations is correct?

Correct Ans:Dale--Seattle
Explanation:
Following the final solution we can say that Dale – Seattle is the correct combination.

Hence the correct answer is Dale – Seattle

Common Explanation:

Reference:

The one who is from Huston lives on the topmost floor.

The one who is from Boston lives on the fouth floor.

Paige lives on the second floor and she is from Alaska.

The one who is from Denver lives on the third floor.

Inference:

We can use the given information directly in the table.

Reference:

Gail is from Chicago and lives on an even-numbered floor.

Shelly lives on an even-numbered floor below the floor on which Gail lives.

There are two floors between the floors on which the one who is from Seattle and the one who is from Chicago live.

Inference:

In the given information, even though Gail can lives on any even numbered floor but we cannot place Gail on any other floor except 8 otherwise we won’t have any place left for Seattle under the given conditions. Now after place Gail we can see that there are two possible scenarios for Shelly to live on an even-numbered floor below Gail.

Case 1:

Shelly lives on 6th floor:

Case 2:

Shelly lives on 4th floor:

Reference:

There are three floors between the floors on which Emma and Dale live.

There is one floor between the floors on which Ashley and Dale live.

Ashley is not from Denver.

Ashley does not live on the lowermost floor.

Emma is from Portland.

Inference:

Studying the given information carefully we can rule out our Case 2 because there is no place left for Addison to live immediately above Madison. So, we move forward with Case 1. And can complete the table easily.

The final puzzle is as follows:

Case 1:

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Shelly, Victor, Emma, Addison, Paige, Ashley, Dale, Gail and Madison live on nine different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above it is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered nine. Each of them is from a different city of the world, viz Huston, Portland, Alaska, Chicago, New York, Florida, Seattle, Boston and Denver but not necessarily in the same order.

Gail is from Chicago and lives on an even-numbered floor.
The one who is from Boston lives on the fouth floor.
Paige lives on the second floor and she is from Alaska.
Shelly lives on an even-numbered floor below the floor on which Gail lives.
Ashley does not live on the lowermost floor.
The one who is from Denver lives on the third floor.
Shelly is not from Florida.
There are two floors between the floors on which the one who is from Seattle and the one who is from Chicago live.
Emma is from Portland.
There are three floors between the floors on which Emma and Dale live.
There is one floor between the floors on which Ashley and Dale live.
Ashley is not from Denver.
The one who is from Huston lives on the topmost floor.

Refer the above for the Questions 115 to 114
115. How many persons live between Emma and the one who is from New York?

Correct Ans:Four
Explanation:
Following the final solution we can say that four persons live between Emma and the one who is from New York.

Hence the correct answer is Four

Common Explanation:

Reference:

The one who is from Huston lives on the topmost floor.

The one who is from Boston lives on the fouth floor.

Paige lives on the second floor and she is from Alaska.

The one who is from Denver lives on the third floor.

Inference:

We can use the given information directly in the table.

Reference:

Gail is from Chicago and lives on an even-numbered floor.

Shelly lives on an even-numbered floor below the floor on which Gail lives.

There are two floors between the floors on which the one who is from Seattle and the one who is from Chicago live.

Inference:

In the given information, even though Gail can lives on any even numbered floor but we cannot place Gail on any other floor except 8 otherwise we won’t have any place left for Seattle under the given conditions. Now after place Gail we can see that there are two possible scenarios for Shelly to live on an even-numbered floor below Gail.

Case 1:

Shelly lives on 6th floor:

Case 2:

Shelly lives on 4th floor:

Reference:

There are three floors between the floors on which Emma and Dale live.

There is one floor between the floors on which Ashley and Dale live.

Ashley is not from Denver.

Ashley does not live on the lowermost floor.

Emma is from Portland.

Inference:

Studying the given information carefully we can rule out our Case 2 because there is no place left for Addison to live immediately above Madison. So, we move forward with Case 1. And can complete the table easily.

The final puzzle is as follows:

Case 1:

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Shelly, Victor, Emma, Addison, Paige, Ashley, Dale, Gail and Madison live on nine different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above it is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered nine. Each of them is from a different city of the world, viz Huston, Portland, Alaska, Chicago, New York, Florida, Seattle, Boston and Denver but not necessarily in the same order.

Gail is from Chicago and lives on an even-numbered floor.
The one who is from Boston lives on the fouth floor.
Paige lives on the second floor and she is from Alaska.
Shelly lives on an even-numbered floor below the floor on which Gail lives.
Ashley does not live on the lowermost floor.
The one who is from Denver lives on the third floor.
Shelly is not from Florida.
There are two floors between the floors on which the one who is from Seattle and the one who is from Chicago live.
Emma is from Portland.
There are three floors between the floors on which Emma and Dale live.
There is one floor between the floors on which Ashley and Dale live.
Ashley is not from Denver.
The one who is from Huston lives on the topmost floor.

Refer the above for the Questions 116 to 115
116. Which of the following statements is/are not true?

Correct Ans:There are three floors between the floors on which Victor and Addison live.
Explanation:
Following the final solution we can say that option B is not true because there are more than three floors between Victor and Addison.

Hence the correct answer is : There are three floors between the floors on which Victor and Addison live

Common Explanation:

Reference:

The one who is from Huston lives on the topmost floor.

The one who is from Boston lives on the fouth floor.

Paige lives on the second floor and she is from Alaska.

The one who is from Denver lives on the third floor.

Inference:

We can use the given information directly in the table.

Reference:

Gail is from Chicago and lives on an even-numbered floor.

Shelly lives on an even-numbered floor below the floor on which Gail lives.

There are two floors between the floors on which the one who is from Seattle and the one who is from Chicago live.

Inference:

In the given information, even though Gail can lives on any even numbered floor but we cannot place Gail on any other floor except 8 otherwise we won’t have any place left for Seattle under the given conditions. Now after place Gail we can see that there are two possible scenarios for Shelly to live on an even-numbered floor below Gail.

Case 1:

Shelly lives on 6th floor:

Case 2:

Shelly lives on 4th floor:

Reference:

There are three floors between the floors on which Emma and Dale live.

There is one floor between the floors on which Ashley and Dale live.

Ashley is not from Denver.

Ashley does not live on the lowermost floor.

Emma is from Portland.

Inference:

Studying the given information carefully we can rule out our Case 2 because there is no place left for Addison to live immediately above Madison. So, we move forward with Case 1. And can complete the table easily.

The final puzzle is as follows:

Case 1:

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Seven animals Tiger, Lion, Elephant, Fox, Horse, Panda and Cheetah have been collected from different forest to Indian museum for 1 week show. These animals belongs to different dangerous forest i.e. Crooked Forest, Black Forest, Rata Forest, Goblin Forest, Otzarreta Forest, Hallerbos Forest and Tsingy Forest. And all seven animals have show on a different days of the week from Monday to Sunday and all these animals are national animal of different countries - America, China, India, Africa, Spain, France and Germany but not necessarily in the same order.

Elephant belongs to crooked forest but do not have show on Tuesday. Cheetah has show on Monday but not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest. Panda belongs to Otazarreta Forest. The one who belongs to crooked forest, is national animal of Spain. Lion belongs to Goblin Forest and has show on Wednesday. Two animal have show on the days between the days on which national animal of Spain has show and national animal of France has show. Fox, which is national animal of France and does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest and has show on the next day on which Horse has show, who belongs to Hallerbos Forest. Animal which is national animal of Africa has show on the day just before the day on which elephant has show and three animal have show between the days on which the America’s national animal and the Germany’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of China has show just before the day on which the America’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of India has show after the day on which America’s national animal has show.

Refer the above for the Questions 117 to 116
117. If Cheetah is related to elephant and lion is related to horse. In the same way, elephant is related to?

Correct Ans:Fox
Explanation:
Reference:
Cheetah has show on Monday but not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest.
Lion belongs to Goblin Forest and has show on Wednesday.
Elephant belongs to crooked forest but do not have show on Tuesday.
The one who belongs to crooked forest, is national animal of Spain. ---> It is clear that, Elephant belonging to crooked forest is the national animal of Spain.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest Tuesday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Reference:
Two animal have show on the days between the days on which national animal of Spain (i.e, Elephant) has show and national animal of France (i.e, Fox) has show.

Fox does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest and has show on the next day on which Horse has show, who belongs to Hallerbos Forest.
----> From these statements, the only possibility is Horse would have show on Saturday, Fox would have show on Sunday and Elephant on Thursday.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest Tuesday Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Sunday Fox Rata Forest France

Reference:
Animal which is national animal of Africa has show on the day just before the day on which elephant has show. ----> Hence, Lion is the national animal of Africa.

The one who is national animal of China has show just before the day on which the America’s national animal has show. Three animal have show between the days on which the America’s national animal and the Germany’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of India has show after the day on which America’s national animal has show.
----> From these statements, the only possibility is -- China’s national animal would have show on Monday, America’s national animal would have show on Tuesday and Germany’s national animal on Saturday. India’s national animal would have show on Friday.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest China Tuesday America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Rata Forest France

Reference:
Cheetah does not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest. Panda belongs to Otzarreta Forest.
---> Now the only left forest is Black Forest. Hence, Cheetah would belong to Black Forest.

Fox does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest.
---> Now the only left forest is Tsingy Forest. Hence, Fox would belong to Tsingy Forest. [Since Panda belongs to Otzarreta Forest]
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Black Forest China Tuesday America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Tsingy Forest France

Now the only left animals are Tiger and Panda; and the only left forests are Rata Forest and Otzarreta Forest.
Either Tiger or Panda who would have show on either Tuesday or Friday.
Thus, the final solution is:
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Black Forest China Tuesday Tiger / Panda Rata Forest / Otzarreta Forest America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday Tiger / Panda Rata Forest / Otzarreta Forest India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Tsingy Forest France
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Seven animals Tiger, Lion, Elephant, Fox, Horse, Panda and Cheetah have been collected from different forest to Indian museum for 1 week show. These animals belongs to different dangerous forest i.e. Crooked Forest, Black Forest, Rata Forest, Goblin Forest, Otzarreta Forest, Hallerbos Forest and Tsingy Forest. And all seven animals have show on a different days of the week from Monday to Sunday and all these animals are national animal of different countries - America, China, India, Africa, Spain, France and Germany but not necessarily in the same order.

Elephant belongs to crooked forest but do not have show on Tuesday. Cheetah has show on Monday but not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest. Panda belongs to Otazarreta Forest. The one who belongs to crooked forest, is national animal of Spain. Lion belongs to Goblin Forest and has show on Wednesday. Two animal have show on the days between the days on which national animal of Spain has show and national animal of France has show. Fox, which is national animal of France and does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest and has show on the next day on which Horse has show, who belongs to Hallerbos Forest. Animal which is national animal of Africa has show on the day just before the day on which elephant has show and three animal have show between the days on which the America’s national animal and the Germany’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of China has show just before the day on which the America’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of India has show after the day on which America’s national animal has show.

Refer the above for the Questions 118 to 117
118. Which of the following animal is national animal of China?

Correct Ans:Cheetah
Explanation:
Reference:
Cheetah has show on Monday but not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest.
Lion belongs to Goblin Forest and has show on Wednesday.
Elephant belongs to crooked forest but do not have show on Tuesday.
The one who belongs to crooked forest, is national animal of Spain. ---> It is clear that, Elephant belonging to crooked forest is the national animal of Spain.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest Tuesday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Reference:
Two animal have show on the days between the days on which national animal of Spain (i.e, Elephant) has show and national animal of France (i.e, Fox) has show.

Fox does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest and has show on the next day on which Horse has show, who belongs to Hallerbos Forest.
----> From these statements, the only possibility is Horse would have show on Saturday, Fox would have show on Sunday and Elephant on Thursday.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest Tuesday Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Sunday Fox Rata Forest France

Reference:
Animal which is national animal of Africa has show on the day just before the day on which elephant has show. ----> Hence, Lion is the national animal of Africa.

The one who is national animal of China has show just before the day on which the America’s national animal has show. Three animal have show between the days on which the America’s national animal and the Germany’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of India has show after the day on which America’s national animal has show.
----> From these statements, the only possibility is -- China’s national animal would have show on Monday, America’s national animal would have show on Tuesday and Germany’s national animal on Saturday. India’s national animal would have show on Friday.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest China Tuesday America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Rata Forest France

Reference:
Cheetah does not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest. Panda belongs to Otzarreta Forest.
---> Now the only left forest is Black Forest. Hence, Cheetah would belong to Black Forest.

Fox does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest.
---> Now the only left forest is Tsingy Forest. Hence, Fox would belong to Tsingy Forest. [Since Panda belongs to Otzarreta Forest]
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Black Forest China Tuesday America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Tsingy Forest France

Now the only left animals are Tiger and Panda; and the only left forests are Rata Forest and Otzarreta Forest.
Either Tiger or Panda who would have show on either Tuesday or Friday.
Thus, the final solution is:
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Black Forest China Tuesday Tiger / Panda Rata Forest / Otzarreta Forest America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday Tiger / Panda Rata Forest / Otzarreta Forest India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Tsingy Forest France
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Seven animals Tiger, Lion, Elephant, Fox, Horse, Panda and Cheetah have been collected from different forest to Indian museum for 1 week show. These animals belongs to different dangerous forest i.e. Crooked Forest, Black Forest, Rata Forest, Goblin Forest, Otzarreta Forest, Hallerbos Forest and Tsingy Forest. And all seven animals have show on a different days of the week from Monday to Sunday and all these animals are national animal of different countries - America, China, India, Africa, Spain, France and Germany but not necessarily in the same order.

Elephant belongs to crooked forest but do not have show on Tuesday. Cheetah has show on Monday but not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest. Panda belongs to Otazarreta Forest. The one who belongs to crooked forest, is national animal of Spain. Lion belongs to Goblin Forest and has show on Wednesday. Two animal have show on the days between the days on which national animal of Spain has show and national animal of France has show. Fox, which is national animal of France and does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest and has show on the next day on which Horse has show, who belongs to Hallerbos Forest. Animal which is national animal of Africa has show on the day just before the day on which elephant has show and three animal have show between the days on which the America’s national animal and the Germany’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of China has show just before the day on which the America’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of India has show after the day on which America’s national animal has show.

Refer the above for the Questions 119 to 118
119. Which of the following animal has show at Indian Museum on Friday?

Correct Ans:Tiger or Panda
Explanation:
Reference:
Cheetah has show on Monday but not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest.
Lion belongs to Goblin Forest and has show on Wednesday.
Elephant belongs to crooked forest but do not have show on Tuesday.
The one who belongs to crooked forest, is national animal of Spain. ---> It is clear that, Elephant belonging to crooked forest is the national animal of Spain.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest Tuesday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Reference:
Two animal have show on the days between the days on which national animal of Spain (i.e, Elephant) has show and national animal of France (i.e, Fox) has show.

Fox does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest and has show on the next day on which Horse has show, who belongs to Hallerbos Forest.
----> From these statements, the only possibility is Horse would have show on Saturday, Fox would have show on Sunday and Elephant on Thursday.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest Tuesday Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Sunday Fox Rata Forest France

Reference:
Animal which is national animal of Africa has show on the day just before the day on which elephant has show. ----> Hence, Lion is the national animal of Africa.

The one who is national animal of China has show just before the day on which the America’s national animal has show. Three animal have show between the days on which the America’s national animal and the Germany’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of India has show after the day on which America’s national animal has show.
----> From these statements, the only possibility is -- China’s national animal would have show on Monday, America’s national animal would have show on Tuesday and Germany’s national animal on Saturday. India’s national animal would have show on Friday.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest China Tuesday America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Rata Forest France

Reference:
Cheetah does not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest. Panda belongs to Otzarreta Forest.
---> Now the only left forest is Black Forest. Hence, Cheetah would belong to Black Forest.

Fox does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest.
---> Now the only left forest is Tsingy Forest. Hence, Fox would belong to Tsingy Forest. [Since Panda belongs to Otzarreta Forest]
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Black Forest China Tuesday America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Tsingy Forest France

Now the only left animals are Tiger and Panda; and the only left forests are Rata Forest and Otzarreta Forest.
Either Tiger or Panda who would have show on either Tuesday or Friday.
Thus, the final solution is:
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Black Forest China Tuesday Tiger / Panda Rata Forest / Otzarreta Forest America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday Tiger / Panda Rata Forest / Otzarreta Forest India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Tsingy Forest France
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Seven animals Tiger, Lion, Elephant, Fox, Horse, Panda and Cheetah have been collected from different forest to Indian museum for 1 week show. These animals belongs to different dangerous forest i.e. Crooked Forest, Black Forest, Rata Forest, Goblin Forest, Otzarreta Forest, Hallerbos Forest and Tsingy Forest. And all seven animals have show on a different days of the week from Monday to Sunday and all these animals are national animal of different countries - America, China, India, Africa, Spain, France and Germany but not necessarily in the same order.

Elephant belongs to crooked forest but do not have show on Tuesday. Cheetah has show on Monday but not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest. Panda belongs to Otazarreta Forest. The one who belongs to crooked forest, is national animal of Spain. Lion belongs to Goblin Forest and has show on Wednesday. Two animal have show on the days between the days on which national animal of Spain has show and national animal of France has show. Fox, which is national animal of France and does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest and has show on the next day on which Horse has show, who belongs to Hallerbos Forest. Animal which is national animal of Africa has show on the day just before the day on which elephant has show and three animal have show between the days on which the America’s national animal and the Germany’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of China has show just before the day on which the America’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of India has show after the day on which America’s national animal has show.

Refer the above for the Questions 120 to 119
120. Elephant have shown at Indian Museum on which day?

Correct Ans:Thursday
Explanation:
Reference:
Cheetah has show on Monday but not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest.
Lion belongs to Goblin Forest and has show on Wednesday.
Elephant belongs to crooked forest but do not have show on Tuesday.
The one who belongs to crooked forest, is national animal of Spain. ---> It is clear that, Elephant belonging to crooked forest is the national animal of Spain.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest Tuesday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Reference:
Two animal have show on the days between the days on which national animal of Spain (i.e, Elephant) has show and national animal of France (i.e, Fox) has show.

Fox does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest and has show on the next day on which Horse has show, who belongs to Hallerbos Forest.
----> From these statements, the only possibility is Horse would have show on Saturday, Fox would have show on Sunday and Elephant on Thursday.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest Tuesday Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Sunday Fox Rata Forest France

Reference:
Animal which is national animal of Africa has show on the day just before the day on which elephant has show. ----> Hence, Lion is the national animal of Africa.

The one who is national animal of China has show just before the day on which the America’s national animal has show. Three animal have show between the days on which the America’s national animal and the Germany’s national animal has show. The one who is national animal of India has show after the day on which America’s national animal has show.
----> From these statements, the only possibility is -- China’s national animal would have show on Monday, America’s national animal would have show on Tuesday and Germany’s national animal on Saturday. India’s national animal would have show on Friday.
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Rata Forest, Tsingy Forest China Tuesday America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Rata Forest France

Reference:
Cheetah does not belongs to Rata Forest and Tsingy Forest. Panda belongs to Otzarreta Forest.
---> Now the only left forest is Black Forest. Hence, Cheetah would belong to Black Forest.

Fox does not belong to Crooked Forest or Rata Forest.
---> Now the only left forest is Tsingy Forest. Hence, Fox would belong to Tsingy Forest. [Since Panda belongs to Otzarreta Forest]
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Black Forest China Tuesday America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Tsingy Forest France

Now the only left animals are Tiger and Panda; and the only left forests are Rata Forest and Otzarreta Forest.
Either Tiger or Panda who would have show on either Tuesday or Friday.
Thus, the final solution is:
 Day Animal Forest Country Monday Cheetah Black Forest China Tuesday Tiger / Panda Rata Forest / Otzarreta Forest America Wednesday Lion Goblin Forest Africa Thursday Elephant Crooked forest Spain Friday Tiger / Panda Rata Forest / Otzarreta Forest India Saturday Horse Hallerbos Forest Germany Sunday Fox Tsingy Forest France
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