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## Puzzle Questions

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

Seven boxes i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are placed one above other in a stack. Each of the box is different colour (Pink, Blue, Black, Red, Grey, Green and yellow) and different weight. All information is not necessarily in same order. More than three boxes are placed below box V, which is Pink colour. Box T is placed either just above or below green colour box. Box U is heavier than box T and lighter than S. Only one box is placed between pink colour box and red colour box. Only one box is placed between R and Q. Green colour box is placed at the bottom of stack. Only two boxes are lighter than the box which is placed just above green colour box. More than three boxes are placed between box T and the box which is just heavier than T. Blue colour box is placed just above yellow colour box and just heavier than grey colour box. Green colour box is not heaviest and one box is placed between P and Green colour box. More than three boxes are lighter than U. Box S is either placed top or lower position of stack. Box Q placed just below Pink colour box. Grey colour box is placed below Black colour box. One box is placed between box Q and box P.

Refer the above for the Questions 121 to 120
121. Which of the following statement is true?

Correct Ans:None is true
Explanation:
Reference:
Seven boxes i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are placed one above other in a stack.
Each of the box is different colour (Pink, Blue, Black, Red, Grey, Green and yellow) and different weight.

1. Green colour box is placed at the bottom of stack.
2. Box T is placed either just above or below green colour box.
3. One box is placed between P and Green colour box.
4. One box is placed between box Q and box P. Only one box is placed between R and Q.
5. Box S is either placed top or lower position of stack.
6. More than three boxes are placed below box V, which is Pink colour.
7. Only one box is placed between pink colour box and red colour box.
8. Blue colour box is placed just above yellow colour box and just heavier than grey colour box.
Which means (Blue (P) > Grey (Q)).
9. Grey colour box is placed below Black colour box.
10. Box U is heavier than box T and lighter than S. (S > U > T)
11. Only two boxes are lighter than the box which is placed just above green colour box. (S > U > T > _ > _)
12. More than three boxes are placed between box T and the box which is just heavier than T. (R > T)
13. Green colour box is not heaviest.
So, the final arrangement is

V > S > U > R > T > P > Q

Table :

Hence, none is true.
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Directions: Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Seven boxes i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are placed one above other in a stack. Each of the box is different colour (Pink, Blue, Black, Red, Grey, Green and yellow) and different weight. All information is not necessarily in same order. More than three boxes are placed below box V, which is Pink colour. Box T is placed either just above or below green colour box. Box U is heavier than box T and lighter than S. Only one box is placed between pink colour box and red colour box. Only one box is placed between R and Q. Green colour box is placed at the bottom of stack. Only two boxes are lighter than the box which is placed just above green colour box. More than three boxes are placed between box T and the box which is just heavier than T. Blue colour box is placed just above yellow colour box and just heavier than grey colour box. Green colour box is not heaviest and one box is placed between P and Green colour box. More than three boxes are lighter than U. Box S is either placed top or lower position of stack. Box Q placed just below Pink colour box. Grey colour box is placed below Black colour box. One box is placed between box Q and box P.

Refer the above for the Questions 122 to 121
122. How many boxes are heavier than blue box?

Correct Ans:More than four
Explanation:
Reference:
Seven boxes i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are placed one above other in a stack.
Each of the box is different colour (Pink, Blue, Black, Red, Grey, Green and yellow) and different weight.

1. Green colour box is placed at the bottom of stack.
2. Box T is placed either just above or below green colour box.
3. One box is placed between P and Green colour box.
4. One box is placed between box Q and box P. Only one box is placed between R and Q.
5. Box S is either placed top or lower position of stack.
6. More than three boxes are placed below box V, which is Pink colour.
7. Only one box is placed between pink colour box and red colour box.
8. Blue colour box is placed just above yellow colour box and just heavier than grey colour box.
Which means (Blue (P) > Grey (Q)).
9. Grey colour box is placed below Black colour box.
10. Box U is heavier than box T and lighter than S. (S > U > T)
11. Only two boxes are lighter than the box which is placed just above green colour box. (S > U > T > _ > _)
12. More than three boxes are placed between box T and the box which is just heavier than T. (R > T)
13. Green colour box is not heaviest.
So, the final arrangement is

V > S > U > R > T > P > Q

Table :

Hence, more than four boxes are heavier than blue box.
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Directions: Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Seven boxes i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are placed one above other in a stack. Each of the box is different colour (Pink, Blue, Black, Red, Grey, Green and yellow) and different weight. All information is not necessarily in same order. More than three boxes are placed below box V, which is Pink colour. Box T is placed either just above or below green colour box. Box U is heavier than box T and lighter than S. Only one box is placed between pink colour box and red colour box. Only one box is placed between R and Q. Green colour box is placed at the bottom of stack. Only two boxes are lighter than the box which is placed just above green colour box. More than three boxes are placed between box T and the box which is just heavier than T. Blue colour box is placed just above yellow colour box and just heavier than grey colour box. Green colour box is not heaviest and one box is placed between P and Green colour box. More than three boxes are lighter than U. Box S is either placed top or lower position of stack. Box Q placed just below Pink colour box. Grey colour box is placed below Black colour box. One box is placed between box Q and box P.

Refer the above for the Questions 123 to 122
123. How many boxes are placed between Box V and yellow box?

Correct Ans:Three
Explanation:
Reference:
Seven boxes i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are placed one above other in a stack.
Each of the box is different colour (Pink, Blue, Black, Red, Grey, Green and yellow) and different weight.

1. Green colour box is placed at the bottom of stack.
2. Box T is placed either just above or below green colour box.
3. One box is placed between P and Green colour box.
4. One box is placed between box Q and box P. Only one box is placed between R and Q.
5. Box S is either placed top or lower position of stack.
6. More than three boxes are placed below box V, which is Pink colour.
7. Only one box is placed between pink colour box and red colour box.
8. Blue colour box is placed just above yellow colour box and just heavier than grey colour box.
Which means (Blue (P) > Grey (Q)).
9. Grey colour box is placed below Black colour box.
10. Box U is heavier than box T and lighter than S. (S > U > T)
11. Only two boxes are lighter than the box which is placed just above green colour box. (S > U > T > _ > _)
12. More than three boxes are placed between box T and the box which is just heavier than T. (R > T)
13. Green colour box is not heaviest.
So, the final arrangement is

V > S > U > R > T > P > Q

Table :

Hence, 3 boxes are placed between Box V and yellow box.
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Directions: Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Seven boxes i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are placed one above other in a stack. Each of the box is different colour (Pink, Blue, Black, Red, Grey, Green and yellow) and different weight. All information is not necessarily in same order. More than three boxes are placed below box V, which is Pink colour. Box T is placed either just above or below green colour box. Box U is heavier than box T and lighter than S. Only one box is placed between pink colour box and red colour box. Only one box is placed between R and Q. Green colour box is placed at the bottom of stack. Only two boxes are lighter than the box which is placed just above green colour box. More than three boxes are placed between box T and the box which is just heavier than T. Blue colour box is placed just above yellow colour box and just heavier than grey colour box. Green colour box is not heaviest and one box is placed between P and Green colour box. More than three boxes are lighter than U. Box S is either placed top or lower position of stack. Box Q placed just below Pink colour box. Grey colour box is placed below Black colour box. One box is placed between box Q and box P.

Refer the above for the Questions 124 to 123
124. Which of the following box is just heavier than Black box?

Correct Ans:Red colour box
Explanation:
Reference:
Seven boxes i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are placed one above other in a stack.
Each of the box is different colour (Pink, Blue, Black, Red, Grey, Green and yellow) and different weight.

1. Green colour box is placed at the bottom of stack.
2. Box T is placed either just above or below green colour box.
3. One box is placed between P and Green colour box.
4. One box is placed between box Q and box P. Only one box is placed between R and Q.
5. Box S is either placed top or lower position of stack.
6. More than three boxes are placed below box V, which is Pink colour.
7. Only one box is placed between pink colour box and red colour box.
8. Blue colour box is placed just above yellow colour box and just heavier than grey colour box.
Which means (Blue (P) > Grey (Q)).
9. Grey colour box is placed below Black colour box.
10. Box U is heavier than box T and lighter than S. (S > U > T)
11. Only two boxes are lighter than the box which is placed just above green colour box. (S > U > T > _ > _)
12. More than three boxes are placed between box T and the box which is just heavier than T. (R > T)
13. Green colour box is not heaviest.
So, the final arrangement is

V > S > U > R > T > P > Q

Table :

Hence, Red colour box is just heavier than Black box.
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Directions: Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Seven boxes i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are placed one above other in a stack. Each of the box is different colour (Pink, Blue, Black, Red, Grey, Green and yellow) and different weight. All information is not necessarily in same order. More than three boxes are placed below box V, which is Pink colour. Box T is placed either just above or below green colour box. Box U is heavier than box T and lighter than S. Only one box is placed between pink colour box and red colour box. Only one box is placed between R and Q. Green colour box is placed at the bottom of stack. Only two boxes are lighter than the box which is placed just above green colour box. More than three boxes are placed between box T and the box which is just heavier than T. Blue colour box is placed just above yellow colour box and just heavier than grey colour box. Green colour box is not heaviest and one box is placed between P and Green colour box. More than three boxes are lighter than U. Box S is either placed top or lower position of stack. Box Q placed just below Pink colour box. Grey colour box is placed below Black colour box. One box is placed between box Q and box P.

Refer the above for the Questions 125 to 124
125. Which of the following box is grey colour?

Correct Ans:None of these
Explanation:
Reference:
Seven boxes i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are placed one above other in a stack.
Each of the box is different colour (Pink, Blue, Black, Red, Grey, Green and yellow) and different weight.

1. Green colour box is placed at the bottom of stack.
2. Box T is placed either just above or below green colour box.
3. One box is placed between P and Green colour box.
4. One box is placed between box Q and box P. Only one box is placed between R and Q.
5. Box S is either placed top or lower position of stack.
6. More than three boxes are placed below box V, which is Pink colour.
7. Only one box is placed between pink colour box and red colour box.
8. Blue colour box is placed just above yellow colour box and just heavier than grey colour box.
Which means (Blue (P) > Grey (Q)).
9. Grey colour box is placed below Black colour box.
10. Box U is heavier than box T and lighter than S. (S > U > T)
11. Only two boxes are lighter than the box which is placed just above green colour box. (S > U > T > _ > _)
12. More than three boxes are placed between box T and the box which is just heavier than T. (R > T)
13. Green colour box is not heaviest.
So, the final arrangement is

V > S > U > R > T > P > Q

Table :

Hence, box Q is grey colour.
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Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven friends A, B, C, D, E, F, and G live on separate floors of a 7-floor building. The ground floor is numbered 1, the first floor is numbered 2 and so on until the topmost floor is numbered 7. Each of them plays a different game—Cricket, Badminton, Tennis, Football, Golf, Baseball, and Shooting.
Only three people live above the floor on which A lives. Only one people live between A and the one who plays Baseball. F lives immediately below the one who plays Badminton. The one who plays Badminton lives on an even-numbered floor. Only three people live between the ones who play Baseball and the one who plays Tennis. Only two people live between B and the one who plays Golf. E lives immediately above C. E doesn’t play Tennis. The one who plays Golf lives below the floor on which B lives. The one who plays Cricket does not live immediately above or immediately below B. D does not live immediately above or immediately below A. G does not play Football.

Refer the above for the Questions 126 to 125
126. How many people live between the floors on which D and the one who plays Badminton live?

Correct Ans:Two
Explanation:
1.Only three people live above the floor on which A lives.
2.Only one people live between A and the one who plays Baseball.
3.The one who plays Badminton lives on an even numbered floor.
4.F lives immediately below the one who plays Badminton.
5.E lives immediately above C.
6.D does not live immediately above or immediately below A.
7. The one who plays Cricket does not live immediately above or immediately below B.
8.G does not play Football.

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Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven friends A, B, C, D, E, F, and G live on separate floors of a 7-floor building. The ground floor is numbered 1, the first floor is numbered 2 and so on until the topmost floor is numbered 7. Each of them plays a different game—Cricket, Badminton, Tennis, Football, Golf, Baseball, and Shooting.
Only three people live above the floor on which A lives. Only one people live between A and the one who plays Baseball. F lives immediately below the one who plays Badminton. The one who plays Badminton lives on an even-numbered floor. Only three people live between the ones who play Baseball and the one who plays Tennis. Only two people live between B and the one who plays Golf. E lives immediately above C. E doesn’t play Tennis. The one who plays Golf lives below the floor on which B lives. The one who plays Cricket does not live immediately above or immediately below B. D does not live immediately above or immediately below A. G does not play Football.

Refer the above for the Questions 127 to 126
127. Who lives on the floor immediately above E?

Correct Ans:F
Explanation:
1.Only three people live above the floor on which A lives.
2.Only one people live between A and the one who plays Baseball.
3.The one who plays Badminton lives on an even numbered floor.
4.F lives immediately below the one who plays Badminton.
5.E lives immediately above C.
6.D does not live immediately above or immediately below A.
7. The one who plays Cricket does not live immediately above or immediately below B.
8.G does not play Football.

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Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven friends A, B, C, D, E, F, and G live on separate floors of a 7-floor building. The ground floor is numbered 1, the first floor is numbered 2 and so on until the topmost floor is numbered 7. Each of them plays a different game—Cricket, Badminton, Tennis, Football, Golf, Baseball, and Shooting.
Only three people live above the floor on which A lives. Only one people live between A and the one who plays Baseball. F lives immediately below the one who plays Badminton. The one who plays Badminton lives on an even-numbered floor. Only three people live between the ones who play Baseball and the one who plays Tennis. Only two people live between B and the one who plays Golf. E lives immediately above C. E doesn’t play Tennis. The one who plays Golf lives below the floor on which B lives. The one who plays Cricket does not live immediately above or immediately below B. D does not live immediately above or immediately below A. G does not play Football.

Refer the above for the Questions 128 to 127
128. Which of the following game does D play?

Correct Ans:Football
Explanation:
1.Only three people live above the floor on which A lives.
2.Only one people live between A and the one who plays Baseball.
3.The one who plays Badminton lives on an even numbered floor.
4.F lives immediately below the one who plays Badminton.
5.E lives immediately above C.
6.D does not live immediately above or immediately below A.
7. The one who plays Cricket does not live immediately above or immediately below B.
8.G does not play Football.

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Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven friends A, B, C, D, E, F, and G live on separate floors of a 7-floor building. The ground floor is numbered 1, the first floor is numbered 2 and so on until the topmost floor is numbered 7. Each of them plays a different game—Cricket, Badminton, Tennis, Football, Golf, Baseball, and Shooting.
Only three people live above the floor on which A lives. Only one people live between A and the one who plays Baseball. F lives immediately below the one who plays Badminton. The one who plays Badminton lives on an even-numbered floor. Only three people live between the ones who play Baseball and the one who plays Tennis. Only two people live between B and the one who plays Golf. E lives immediately above C. E doesn’t play Tennis. The one who plays Golf lives below the floor on which B lives. The one who plays Cricket does not live immediately above or immediately below B. D does not live immediately above or immediately below A. G does not play Football.

Refer the above for the Questions 129 to 128
129. Who amongst the following lives on floor number 3 ?

Correct Ans:The one who plays Golf
Explanation:
1.Only three people live above the floor on which A lives.
2.Only one people live between A and the one who plays Baseball.
3.The one who plays Badminton lives on an even numbered floor.
4.F lives immediately below the one who plays Badminton.
5.E lives immediately above C.
6.D does not live immediately above or immediately below A.
7. The one who plays Cricket does not live immediately above or immediately below B.
8.G does not play Football.

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Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven friends A, B, C, D, E, F, and G live on separate floors of a 7-floor building. The ground floor is numbered 1, the first floor is numbered 2 and so on until the topmost floor is numbered 7. Each of them plays a different game—Cricket, Badminton, Tennis, Football, Golf, Baseball, and Shooting.
Only three people live above the floor on which A lives. Only one people live between A and the one who plays Baseball. F lives immediately below the one who plays Badminton. The one who plays Badminton lives on an even-numbered floor. Only three people live between the ones who play Baseball and the one who plays Tennis. Only two people live between B and the one who plays Golf. E lives immediately above C. E doesn’t play Tennis. The one who plays Golf lives below the floor on which B lives. The one who plays Cricket does not live immediately above or immediately below B. D does not live immediately above or immediately below A. G does not play Football.

Refer the above for the Questions 130 to 129
130. Which of the following is true with respect G as per the given information?

Correct Ans:The one who lives immediately below G, plays Badminton
Explanation:
1.Only three people live above the floor on which A lives.
2.Only one people live between A and the one who plays Baseball.
3.The one who plays Badminton lives on an even numbered floor.
4.F lives immediately below the one who plays Badminton.
5.E lives immediately above C.
6.D does not live immediately above or immediately below A.
7. The one who plays Cricket does not live immediately above or immediately below B.
8.G does not play Football.

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Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the question which follow:
Mr. X, who lives in New Delhi has five sons i.e. A, B, C, D and E and they are working in five different organizations - Google, Bank of America, HSBC Holdings, Bank of China and NetApp but not necessary in that order. Mr. Y who lives in West Bengal has five daughters i.e. P, Q, R, S and T and they are working in five different organizations-Barclays, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and Cisco but not necessary in that order. These five boys are married to these five girls but not necessary in given order.

S is either working in Barclays or Cisco but does not married to one who works in Bank of America. A does not work in Bank of America or Google but married to one who works in Cisco. The one who works in Goldman Sachs is married to E who does not work in Google and Bank of America. The boy who works in Google is either married to S or T. E is not married to P, who works either in Goldman Sachs or Deutsche Bank. A is working in Netapp and married to S. D does not work in HSBC Holdings or Bank of America but married to one who works in Microsoft. C is married to R but does not work with NetApp or Bank of America. R does not married to one who works in Bank of America. Q is married to one who works in HSBC Holdings.

Refer the above for the Questions 131 to 130
131. Who is married to one who works with NetApp?

Correct Ans:The one who works with Cisco
Explanation:
Reference:
A is working in Netapp and married to S.
A does not work in Bank of America or Google but married to one who works in Cisco.
---> From these two statements, it is clear that, S works in Cisco.

C is married to R but does not work with NetApp or Bank of America. R does not married to one who works in Bank of America. ----> From these two statements, it is clear that, R is married to C and C does not works in Bank of America.
 Boys Organisations Married to Girls Organisations Married to A Netapp S P B Q C Bank of America R R C D S Cisco A E T

Reference:
D does not work in HSBC Holdings or Bank of America but married to one who works in Microsoft.
E does not work in Google and Bank of America.
The one who works in Goldman Sachs is married to E.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B C Bank of America R D HSBC Holdings, Bank of America Microsoft E Google, Bank of America Goldman Sachs
Q is married to one who works in HSBC Holdings. Since, D does not work in HSBC Holdings, D must not be the husband of Q.

The boy who works in Google is either married to S or T. ---> Since A who is working in NetApp is married to S, then the boy who works in Google must be married to T.
 Girls Organisations Married to Husband’s organisation P Q D HSBC Holdings R C S Cisco A T Google

Inference:
From all the above statements, it is clear that, B would work in Bank of America.

And Q must be married to the one who works in HSBC Holdings. Here, Either C or E would work in HSBC Holdings. Since, C is married to R, Q must be married to E, who would work in HSBC Holdings.

Now, The boy who works in Google is married to T. Here, Either C or D would work in Google. Since, C is married to R, T must be married to D, who would work in Google.

Now, the only left organisation in which boys work is ‘Bank of China’, in which C would work.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B Bank of America C Bank of China R D Google T Microsoft E HSBC Holdings Q Goldman Sachs

Reference:
P works either in Goldman Sachs or Deutsche Bank.
Inference:
Now, the only left girl is ‘P’, who must be married to B.
Since, E’s wife i.e, Q works in Goldman Sachs, P would work in Deutsche Bank.

Now, the only left organisation in which girls work is ‘Barclays’, in which R would work.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B Bank of America P Deutsche Bank C Bank of China R Barclays D Google T Microsoft E HSBC Holdings Q Goldman Sachs
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Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the question which follow:
Mr. X, who lives in New Delhi has five sons i.e. A, B, C, D and E and they are working in five different organizations - Google, Bank of America, HSBC Holdings, Bank of China and NetApp but not necessary in that order. Mr. Y who lives in West Bengal has five daughters i.e. P, Q, R, S and T and they are working in five different organizations-Barclays, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and Cisco but not necessary in that order. These five boys are married to these five girls but not necessary in given order.

S is either working in Barclays or Cisco but does not married to one who works in Bank of America. A does not work in Bank of America or Google but married to one who works in Cisco. The one who works in Goldman Sachs is married to E who does not work in Google and Bank of America. The boy who works in Google is either married to S or T. E is not married to P, who works either in Goldman Sachs or Deutsche Bank. A is working in Netapp and married to S. D does not work in HSBC Holdings or Bank of America but married to one who works in Microsoft. C is married to R but does not work with NetApp or Bank of America. R does not married to one who works in Bank of America. Q is married to one who works in HSBC Holdings.

Refer the above for the Questions 132 to 131
132. Who works with Microsoft?

Correct Ans:T
Explanation:
Reference:
A is working in Netapp and married to S.
A does not work in Bank of America or Google but married to one who works in Cisco.
---> From these two statements, it is clear that, S works in Cisco.

C is married to R but does not work with NetApp or Bank of America. R does not married to one who works in Bank of America. ----> From these two statements, it is clear that, R is married to C and C does not works in Bank of America.
 Boys Organisations Married to Girls Organisations Married to A Netapp S P B Q C Bank of America R R C D S Cisco A E T

Reference:
D does not work in HSBC Holdings or Bank of America but married to one who works in Microsoft.
E does not work in Google and Bank of America.
The one who works in Goldman Sachs is married to E.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B C Bank of America R D HSBC Holdings, Bank of America Microsoft E Google, Bank of America Goldman Sachs
Q is married to one who works in HSBC Holdings. Since, D does not work in HSBC Holdings, D must not be the husband of Q.

The boy who works in Google is either married to S or T. ---> Since A who is working in NetApp is married to S, then the boy who works in Google must be married to T.
 Girls Organisations Married to Husband’s organisation P Q D HSBC Holdings R C S Cisco A T Google

Inference:
From all the above statements, it is clear that, B would work in Bank of America.

And Q must be married to the one who works in HSBC Holdings. Here, Either C or E would work in HSBC Holdings. Since, C is married to R, Q must be married to E, who would work in HSBC Holdings.

Now, The boy who works in Google is married to T. Here, Either C or D would work in Google. Since, C is married to R, T must be married to D, who would work in Google.

Now, the only left organisation in which boys work is ‘Bank of China’, in which C would work.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B Bank of America C Bank of China R D Google T Microsoft E HSBC Holdings Q Goldman Sachs

Reference:
P works either in Goldman Sachs or Deutsche Bank.
Inference:
Now, the only left girl is ‘P’, who must be married to B.
Since, E’s wife i.e, Q works in Goldman Sachs, P would work in Deutsche Bank.

Now, the only left organisation in which girls work is ‘Barclays’, in which R would work.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B Bank of America P Deutsche Bank C Bank of China R Barclays D Google T Microsoft E HSBC Holdings Q Goldman Sachs
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Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the question which follow:
Mr. X, who lives in New Delhi has five sons i.e. A, B, C, D and E and they are working in five different organizations - Google, Bank of America, HSBC Holdings, Bank of China and NetApp but not necessary in that order. Mr. Y who lives in West Bengal has five daughters i.e. P, Q, R, S and T and they are working in five different organizations-Barclays, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and Cisco but not necessary in that order. These five boys are married to these five girls but not necessary in given order.

S is either working in Barclays or Cisco but does not married to one who works in Bank of America. A does not work in Bank of America or Google but married to one who works in Cisco. The one who works in Goldman Sachs is married to E who does not work in Google and Bank of America. The boy who works in Google is either married to S or T. E is not married to P, who works either in Goldman Sachs or Deutsche Bank. A is working in Netapp and married to S. D does not work in HSBC Holdings or Bank of America but married to one who works in Microsoft. C is married to R but does not work with NetApp or Bank of America. R does not married to one who works in Bank of America. Q is married to one who works in HSBC Holdings.

Refer the above for the Questions 133 to 132
133. In which of the following organisation the wife of E is working?

Correct Ans:Goldman Sachs
Explanation:
Reference:
A is working in Netapp and married to S.
A does not work in Bank of America or Google but married to one who works in Cisco.
---> From these two statements, it is clear that, S works in Cisco.

C is married to R but does not work with NetApp or Bank of America. R does not married to one who works in Bank of America. ----> From these two statements, it is clear that, R is married to C and C does not works in Bank of America.
 Boys Organisations Married to Girls Organisations Married to A Netapp S P B Q C Bank of America R R C D S Cisco A E T

Reference:
D does not work in HSBC Holdings or Bank of America but married to one who works in Microsoft.
E does not work in Google and Bank of America.
The one who works in Goldman Sachs is married to E.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B C Bank of America R D HSBC Holdings, Bank of America Microsoft E Google, Bank of America Goldman Sachs
Q is married to one who works in HSBC Holdings. Since, D does not work in HSBC Holdings, D must not be the husband of Q.

The boy who works in Google is either married to S or T. ---> Since A who is working in NetApp is married to S, then the boy who works in Google must be married to T.
 Girls Organisations Married to Husband’s organisation P Q D HSBC Holdings R C S Cisco A T Google

Inference:
From all the above statements, it is clear that, B would work in Bank of America.

And Q must be married to the one who works in HSBC Holdings. Here, Either C or E would work in HSBC Holdings. Since, C is married to R, Q must be married to E, who would work in HSBC Holdings.

Now, The boy who works in Google is married to T. Here, Either C or D would work in Google. Since, C is married to R, T must be married to D, who would work in Google.

Now, the only left organisation in which boys work is ‘Bank of China’, in which C would work.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B Bank of America C Bank of China R D Google T Microsoft E HSBC Holdings Q Goldman Sachs

Reference:
P works either in Goldman Sachs or Deutsche Bank.
Inference:
Now, the only left girl is ‘P’, who must be married to B.
Since, E’s wife i.e, Q works in Goldman Sachs, P would work in Deutsche Bank.

Now, the only left organisation in which girls work is ‘Barclays’, in which R would work.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B Bank of America P Deutsche Bank C Bank of China R Barclays D Google T Microsoft E HSBC Holdings Q Goldman Sachs
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Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the question which follow:
Mr. X, who lives in New Delhi has five sons i.e. A, B, C, D and E and they are working in five different organizations - Google, Bank of America, HSBC Holdings, Bank of China and NetApp but not necessary in that order. Mr. Y who lives in West Bengal has five daughters i.e. P, Q, R, S and T and they are working in five different organizations-Barclays, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and Cisco but not necessary in that order. These five boys are married to these five girls but not necessary in given order.

S is either working in Barclays or Cisco but does not married to one who works in Bank of America. A does not work in Bank of America or Google but married to one who works in Cisco. The one who works in Goldman Sachs is married to E who does not work in Google and Bank of America. The boy who works in Google is either married to S or T. E is not married to P, who works either in Goldman Sachs or Deutsche Bank. A is working in Netapp and married to S. D does not work in HSBC Holdings or Bank of America but married to one who works in Microsoft. C is married to R but does not work with NetApp or Bank of America. R does not married to one who works in Bank of America. Q is married to one who works in HSBC Holdings.

Refer the above for the Questions 134 to 133
134. Who is the employee of Bank of China?

Correct Ans:C
Explanation:
Reference:
A is working in Netapp and married to S.
A does not work in Bank of America or Google but married to one who works in Cisco.
---> From these two statements, it is clear that, S works in Cisco.

C is married to R but does not work with NetApp or Bank of America. R does not married to one who works in Bank of America. ----> From these two statements, it is clear that, R is married to C and C does not works in Bank of America.
 Boys Organisations Married to Girls Organisations Married to A Netapp S P B Q C Bank of America R R C D S Cisco A E T

Reference:
D does not work in HSBC Holdings or Bank of America but married to one who works in Microsoft.
E does not work in Google and Bank of America.
The one who works in Goldman Sachs is married to E.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B C Bank of America R D HSBC Holdings, Bank of America Microsoft E Google, Bank of America Goldman Sachs
Q is married to one who works in HSBC Holdings. Since, D does not work in HSBC Holdings, D must not be the husband of Q.

The boy who works in Google is either married to S or T. ---> Since A who is working in NetApp is married to S, then the boy who works in Google must be married to T.
 Girls Organisations Married to Husband’s organisation P Q D HSBC Holdings R C S Cisco A T Google

Inference:
From all the above statements, it is clear that, B would work in Bank of America.

And Q must be married to the one who works in HSBC Holdings. Here, Either C or E would work in HSBC Holdings. Since, C is married to R, Q must be married to E, who would work in HSBC Holdings.

Now, The boy who works in Google is married to T. Here, Either C or D would work in Google. Since, C is married to R, T must be married to D, who would work in Google.

Now, the only left organisation in which boys work is ‘Bank of China’, in which C would work.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B Bank of America C Bank of China R D Google T Microsoft E HSBC Holdings Q Goldman Sachs

Reference:
P works either in Goldman Sachs or Deutsche Bank.
Inference:
Now, the only left girl is ‘P’, who must be married to B.
Since, E’s wife i.e, Q works in Goldman Sachs, P would work in Deutsche Bank.

Now, the only left organisation in which girls work is ‘Barclays’, in which R would work.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B Bank of America P Deutsche Bank C Bank of China R Barclays D Google T Microsoft E HSBC Holdings Q Goldman Sachs
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Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the question which follow:
Mr. X, who lives in New Delhi has five sons i.e. A, B, C, D and E and they are working in five different organizations - Google, Bank of America, HSBC Holdings, Bank of China and NetApp but not necessary in that order. Mr. Y who lives in West Bengal has five daughters i.e. P, Q, R, S and T and they are working in five different organizations-Barclays, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and Cisco but not necessary in that order. These five boys are married to these five girls but not necessary in given order.

S is either working in Barclays or Cisco but does not married to one who works in Bank of America. A does not work in Bank of America or Google but married to one who works in Cisco. The one who works in Goldman Sachs is married to E who does not work in Google and Bank of America. The boy who works in Google is either married to S or T. E is not married to P, who works either in Goldman Sachs or Deutsche Bank. A is working in Netapp and married to S. D does not work in HSBC Holdings or Bank of America but married to one who works in Microsoft. C is married to R but does not work with NetApp or Bank of America. R does not married to one who works in Bank of America. Q is married to one who works in HSBC Holdings.

Refer the above for the Questions 135 to 134
135. Who is married to T?

Correct Ans:D
Explanation:
.Reference:
A is working in Netapp and married to S.
A does not work in Bank of America or Google but married to one who works in Cisco.
---> From these two statements, it is clear that, S works in Cisco.

C is married to R but does not work with NetApp or Bank of America. R does not married to one who works in Bank of America. ----> From these two statements, it is clear that, R is married to C and C does not works in Bank of America.
 Boys Organisations Married to Girls Organisations Married to A Netapp S P B Q C Bank of America R R C D S Cisco A E T

Reference:
D does not work in HSBC Holdings or Bank of America but married to one who works in Microsoft.
E does not work in Google and Bank of America.
The one who works in Goldman Sachs is married to E.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B C Bank of America R D HSBC Holdings, Bank of America Microsoft E Google, Bank of America Goldman Sachs
Q is married to one who works in HSBC Holdings. Since, D does not work in HSBC Holdings, D must not be the husband of Q.

The boy who works in Google is either married to S or T. ---> Since A who is working in NetApp is married to S, then the boy who works in Google must be married to T.
 Girls Organisations Married to Husband’s organisation P Q D HSBC Holdings R C S Cisco A T Google

Inference:
From all the above statements, it is clear that, B would work in Bank of America.

And Q must be married to the one who works in HSBC Holdings. Here, Either C or E would work in HSBC Holdings. Since, C is married to R, Q must be married to E, who would work in HSBC Holdings.

Now, The boy who works in Google is married to T. Here, Either C or D would work in Google. Since, C is married to R, T must be married to D, who would work in Google.

Now, the only left organisation in which boys work is ‘Bank of China’, in which C would work.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B Bank of America C Bank of China R D Google T Microsoft E HSBC Holdings Q Goldman Sachs

Reference:
P works either in Goldman Sachs or Deutsche Bank.
Inference:
Now, the only left girl is ‘P’, who must be married to B.
Since, E’s wife i.e, Q works in Goldman Sachs, P would work in Deutsche Bank.

Now, the only left organisation in which girls work is ‘Barclays’, in which R would work.
 Boys Organisations Married to Wife’s organisation A Netapp S Cisco B Bank of America P Deutsche Bank C Bank of China R Barclays D Google T Microsoft E HSBC Holdings Q Goldman Sachs
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Directions: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:

There are six employees A, B, C, D, E, F of a company and all of them are working on six different designation of a company viz. CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE. All the designations given are to be considered in a given order (as CMD is considered as Senior-most and JE is considered as the Junior-most). Each of them likes some colour and have some hobby.

The one who is MD likes orange colour. E likes hunting and senior than F who likes grey colour. The one who is SE likes swimming. Only two employees are junior than D. The one who likes red colour is senior than the one who likes fishing. C likes gardening and senior than the one who likes pink colour. B likes violet colour and junior than F. The one who likes drawing is senior than the one who likes cooking. The one who likes pink colour is senior than the one who likes swimming. C does not like orange colour. D does not like pink colour. A senior than the one who likes grey colour and he is not CEO. The one who likes lime colour is junior than the one who likes fishing. The one who is SE does not like red colour.

Refer the above for the Questions 136 to 135
136. What is the designation of the one who likes hunting?

Correct Ans:CEO
Explanation:
Reference:
Employees: A, B, C, D, E, F
Designation: CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE.
Hobby: Gardening, Fishing, Hunting, Drawing, Swimming, Cooking
Colour: Red, Orange, Pink, Lime, Grey, Violet

1. All the designations given are to be considered in a given order (as CMD is considered as Senior-most and JE is considered as the Junior-most).
=> CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE
2. Only two employees are junior than D.
3. E likes hunting and senior than F who likes grey colour. A senior than the one who likes grey colour. B likes violet colour and junior than F.
So, A and E are senior than F. B is junior than F.
Here we get 2 cases
 Case 1 Case 2 Designation Employee Colour Hobby Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD CMD MD MD CEO F Grey CEO COO D COO D SE B Violet SE F Grey JE C JE B Violet

4. MD likes orange colour. The one who is SE likes swimming.
5. C likes gardening and senior than the one who likes pink colour.
Here case 1 get eliminated
 Case 2 Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD MD Orange CEO COO D SE F Grey Swimming JE B Violet

6. D does not like pink colour. C does not like orange colour. A is not CEO.
7. C likes gardening. E likes hunting.
8. The one who likes lime colour is junior than the one who likes fishing. The one who likes red colour is senior than the one who likes fishing.
9. The one who likes drawing is senior than the one who likes cooking.
The final arrangement is
 Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD C Red Gardening MD A Orange Fishing CEO E Pink Hunting COO D Lime Drawing SE F Grey Swimming JE B Violet Cooking

CEO likes hunting.
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Directions: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:

There are six employees A, B, C, D, E, F of a company and all of them are working on six different designation of a company viz. CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE. All the designations given are to be considered in a given order (as CMD is considered as Senior-most and JE is considered as the Junior-most). Each of them likes some colour and have some hobby.

The one who is MD likes orange colour. E likes hunting and senior than F who likes grey colour. The one who is SE likes swimming. Only two employees are junior than D. The one who likes red colour is senior than the one who likes fishing. C likes gardening and senior than the one who likes pink colour. B likes violet colour and junior than F. The one who likes drawing is senior than the one who likes cooking. The one who likes pink colour is senior than the one who likes swimming. C does not like orange colour. D does not like pink colour. A senior than the one who likes grey colour and he is not CEO. The one who likes lime colour is junior than the one who likes fishing. The one who is SE does not like red colour.

Refer the above for the Questions 137 to 136
137. What is the hobby of the COO of the company?

Correct Ans:Drawing
Explanation:
Reference:
Employees: A, B, C, D, E, F
Designation: CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE.
Hobby: Gardening, Fishing, Hunting, Drawing, Swimming, Cooking
Colour: Red, Orange, Pink, Lime, Grey, Violet

1. All the designations given are to be considered in a given order (as CMD is considered as Senior-most and JE is considered as the Junior-most).
=> CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE
2. Only two employees are junior than D.
3. E likes hunting and senior than F who likes grey colour. A senior than the one who likes grey colour. B likes violet colour and junior than F.
So, A and E are senior than F. B is junior than F.
Here we get 2 cases
 Case 1 Case 2 Designation Employee Colour Hobby Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD CMD MD MD CEO F Grey CEO COO D COO D SE B Violet SE F Grey JE C JE B Violet

4. MD likes orange colour. The one who is SE likes swimming.
5. C likes gardening and senior than the one who likes pink colour.
Here case 1 get eliminated
 Case 2 Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD MD Orange CEO COO D SE F Grey Swimming JE B Violet

6. D does not like pink colour. C does not like orange colour. A is not CEO.
7. C likes gardening. E likes hunting.
8. The one who likes lime colour is junior than the one who likes fishing. The one who likes red colour is senior than the one who likes fishing.
9. The one who likes drawing is senior than the one who likes cooking.
The final arrangement is
 Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD C Red Gardening MD A Orange Fishing CEO E Pink Hunting COO D Lime Drawing SE F Grey Swimming JE B Violet Cooking

The hobby of the COO is drawing.
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Directions: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:

There are six employees A, B, C, D, E, F of a company and all of them are working on six different designation of a company viz. CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE. All the designations given are to be considered in a given order (as CMD is considered as Senior-most and JE is considered as the Junior-most). Each of them likes some colour and have some hobby.

The one who is MD likes orange colour. E likes hunting and senior than F who likes grey colour. The one who is SE likes swimming. Only two employees are junior than D. The one who likes red colour is senior than the one who likes fishing. C likes gardening and senior than the one who likes pink colour. B likes violet colour and junior than F. The one who likes drawing is senior than the one who likes cooking. The one who likes pink colour is senior than the one who likes swimming. C does not like orange colour. D does not like pink colour. A senior than the one who likes grey colour and he is not CEO. The one who likes lime colour is junior than the one who likes fishing. The one who is SE does not like red colour.

Refer the above for the Questions 138 to 137
138. How many persons are senior than F?

Correct Ans:Four
Explanation:
Reference:
Employees: A, B, C, D, E, F
Designation: CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE.
Hobby: Gardening, Fishing, Hunting, Drawing, Swimming, Cooking
Colour: Red, Orange, Pink, Lime, Grey, Violet

1. All the designations given are to be considered in a given order (as CMD is considered as Senior-most and JE is considered as the Junior-most).
=> CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE
2. Only two employees are junior than D.
3. E likes hunting and senior than F who likes grey colour. A senior than the one who likes grey colour. B likes violet colour and junior than F.
So, A and E are senior than F. B is junior than F.
Here we get 2 cases
 Case 1 Case 2 Designation Employee Colour Hobby Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD CMD MD MD CEO F Grey CEO COO D COO D SE B Violet SE F Grey JE C JE B Violet

4. MD likes orange colour. The one who is SE likes swimming.
5. C likes gardening and senior than the one who likes pink colour.
Here case 1 get eliminated
 Case 2 Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD MD Orange CEO COO D SE F Grey Swimming JE B Violet

6. D does not like pink colour. C does not like orange colour. A is not CEO.
7. C likes gardening. E likes hunting.
8. The one who likes lime colour is junior than the one who likes fishing. The one who likes red colour is senior than the one who likes fishing.
9. The one who likes drawing is senior than the one who likes cooking.
The final arrangement is
 Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD C Red Gardening MD A Orange Fishing CEO E Pink Hunting COO D Lime Drawing SE F Grey Swimming JE B Violet Cooking

C, A, E and D are are senior than F.
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Directions: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:

There are six employees A, B, C, D, E, F of a company and all of them are working on six different designation of a company viz. CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE. All the designations given are to be considered in a given order (as CMD is considered as Senior-most and JE is considered as the Junior-most). Each of them likes some colour and have some hobby.

The one who is MD likes orange colour. E likes hunting and senior than F who likes grey colour. The one who is SE likes swimming. Only two employees are junior than D. The one who likes red colour is senior than the one who likes fishing. C likes gardening and senior than the one who likes pink colour. B likes violet colour and junior than F. The one who likes drawing is senior than the one who likes cooking. The one who likes pink colour is senior than the one who likes swimming. C does not like orange colour. D does not like pink colour. A senior than the one who likes grey colour and he is not CEO. The one who likes lime colour is junior than the one who likes fishing. The one who is SE does not like red colour.

Refer the above for the Questions 139 to 138
139. Who among the following SE of the company?

Correct Ans:The one who likes swimming
Explanation:
Reference:
Employees: A, B, C, D, E, F
Designation: CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE.
Hobby: Gardening, Fishing, Hunting, Drawing, Swimming, Cooking
Colour: Red, Orange, Pink, Lime, Grey, Violet

1. All the designations given are to be considered in a given order (as CMD is considered as Senior-most and JE is considered as the Junior-most).
=> CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE
2. Only two employees are junior than D.
3. E likes hunting and senior than F who likes grey colour. A senior than the one who likes grey colour. B likes violet colour and junior than F.
So, A and E are senior than F. B is junior than F.
Here we get 2 cases
 Case 1 Case 2 Designation Employee Colour Hobby Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD CMD MD MD CEO F Grey CEO COO D COO D SE B Violet SE F Grey JE C JE B Violet

4. MD likes orange colour. The one who is SE likes swimming.
5. C likes gardening and senior than the one who likes pink colour.
Here case 1 get eliminated
 Case 2 Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD MD Orange CEO COO D SE F Grey Swimming JE B Violet

6. D does not like pink colour. C does not like orange colour. A is not CEO.
7. C likes gardening. E likes hunting.
8. The one who likes lime colour is junior than the one who likes fishing. The one who likes red colour is senior than the one who likes fishing.
9. The one who likes drawing is senior than the one who likes cooking.
The final arrangement is
 Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD C Red Gardening MD A Orange Fishing CEO E Pink Hunting COO D Lime Drawing SE F Grey Swimming JE B Violet Cooking

F, the one who is SE likes Swimming.
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Directions: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:

There are six employees A, B, C, D, E, F of a company and all of them are working on six different designation of a company viz. CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE. All the designations given are to be considered in a given order (as CMD is considered as Senior-most and JE is considered as the Junior-most). Each of them likes some colour and have some hobby.

The one who is MD likes orange colour. E likes hunting and senior than F who likes grey colour. The one who is SE likes swimming. Only two employees are junior than D. The one who likes red colour is senior than the one who likes fishing. C likes gardening and senior than the one who likes pink colour. B likes violet colour and junior than F. The one who likes drawing is senior than the one who likes cooking. The one who likes pink colour is senior than the one who likes swimming. C does not like orange colour. D does not like pink colour. A senior than the one who likes grey colour and he is not CEO. The one who likes lime colour is junior than the one who likes fishing. The one who is SE does not like red colour.

Refer the above for the Questions 140 to 139
140. Who among the following person likes Gardening?

Correct Ans:The one who is CMD
Explanation:
Reference:
Employees: A, B, C, D, E, F
Designation: CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE.
Hobby: Gardening, Fishing, Hunting, Drawing, Swimming, Cooking
Colour: Red, Orange, Pink, Lime, Grey, Violet

1. All the designations given are to be considered in a given order (as CMD is considered as Senior-most and JE is considered as the Junior-most).
=> CMD, MD, CEO, COO, SE, JE
2. Only two employees are junior than D.
3. E likes hunting and senior than F who likes grey colour. A senior than the one who likes grey colour. B likes violet colour and junior than F.
So, A and E are senior than F. B is junior than F.
Here we get 2 cases
 Case 1 Case 2 Designation Employee Colour Hobby Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD CMD MD MD CEO F Grey CEO COO D COO D SE B Violet SE F Grey JE C JE B Violet

4. MD likes orange colour. The one who is SE likes swimming.
5. C likes gardening and senior than the one who likes pink colour.
Here case 1 get eliminated
 Case 2 Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD MD Orange CEO COO D SE F Grey Swimming JE B Violet

6. D does not like pink colour. C does not like orange colour. A is not CEO.
7. C likes gardening. E likes hunting.
8. The one who likes lime colour is junior than the one who likes fishing. The one who likes red colour is senior than the one who likes fishing.
9. The one who likes drawing is senior than the one who likes cooking.
The final arrangement is
 Designation Employee Colour Hobby CMD C Red Gardening MD A Orange Fishing CEO E Pink Hunting COO D Lime Drawing SE F Grey Swimming JE B Violet Cooking

C, the one who is CMD likes Gardening.
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