# Ranking Puzzle Questions and Answers updated daily – Logical Reasoning

## Ranking Puzzle Questions

**Directions: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow.**

Seven competitive eaters participated in eating and drinking competition. The persons who participated in both events were P, Q, R, S, T, U and V. The winner was to be selected based upon the time taken to complete the food/drinks. Each person completed their food/drinks in different time periods, i.e. no two persons completed their food/drinks at the same time. Each person obtained a particular position according to his performance. The one who got the top position performed better than others while one who got the lowest position performed worse. P's position in eating competition was just above U but in drinking competition he was just below R. S's position in drinking competition was just above V but in eating competition, he was just below T. No persons were assigned positions between P and S in both competitions. At least four persons got positions above P in eating competition and at least four persons are below him in drinking competition. R did not get the highest or the lowest position in any competition. U's performance was better than V's in both the competitions.

Refer the above for the Questions 21 to 20

**Reference**:

P's position in eating competition was just above U but in drinking competition he was just below R.

**Inference**:

Ranks |
Eating competition |
Drinking competition |

P | R | |

U | P |

**Reference**:

S's position in drinking competition was just above V but in eating competition, he was just below T. No persons were assigned positions between P and S in both competitions.

**Inference**:

Ranks |
Eating competition |
Drinking competition |

T | R | |

S | P | |

P | S | |

U | V |

**Reference**:

At least four persons got positions above P in eating competition and at least four persons are below him in drinking competition. R did not get the highest or the lowest position in any race. U‘s performance was better than V’s in both the competitions. So, the final arrangement is:

**Inference**:

Ranks |
Eating competition |
Drinking competition |

1 | Q | U |

2 | R | R |

3 | T | P |

4 | S | S |

5 | P | V |

6 | U | Q or T |

7 | V | Q or T |

**Directions: Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow.**

Seven competitive eaters participated in eating and drinking competition. The persons who participated in both events were P, Q, R, S, T, U and V. The winner was to be selected based upon the time taken to complete the food/drinks. Each person completed their food/drinks in different time periods, i.e. no two persons completed their food/drinks at the same time. Each person obtained a particular position according to his performance. The one who got the top position performed better than others while one who got the lowest position performed worse. P's position in eating competition was just above U but in drinking competition he was just below R. S's position in drinking competition was just above V but in eating competition, he was just below T. No persons were assigned positions between P and S in both competitions. At least four persons got positions above P in eating competition and at least four persons are below him in drinking competition. R did not get the highest or the lowest position in any competition. U's performance was better than V's in both the competitions.

Refer the above for the Questions 22 to 21

**Reference**:

P's position in eating competition was just above U but in drinking competition he was just below R.

**Inference**:

Ranks |
Eating competition |
Drinking competition |

P | R | |

U | P |

**Reference**:

S's position in drinking competition was just above V but in eating competition, he was just below T. No persons were assigned positions between P and S in both competitions.

**Inference**:

Ranks |
Eating competition |
Drinking competition |

T | R | |

S | P | |

P | S | |

U | V |

**Reference**:

At least four persons got positions above P in eating competition and at least four persons are below him in drinking competition. R did not get the highest or the lowest position in any race. U‘s performance was better than V’s in both the competitions. So, the final arrangement is:

**Inference**:

Ranks |
Eating competition |
Drinking competition |

1 | Q | U |

2 | R | R |

3 | T | P |

4 | S | S |

5 | P | V |

6 | U | Q or T |

7 | V | Q or T |

Hence, R is at the 22nd place from the left end.

**S > P > R > Q**

So, third from the bottom is P.

**References:**

Akhilesh is taller than Sheebu.

Sheebu is also not as tall as Aman but is taller than Tejinder.

Aman is not as tall as Akhilesh but is taller than Tejinder.

Akhilesh > Aman > Sheebu > Tejinder

Hence, Akhilesh is tallest.

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

Seven people – Kannan, Balu, Mani, Kishore, Rajan, Praveen, and Sonu have different height and weight such that the tallest one is not the heaviest one.

Kishore is taller than Kannan but not heavier than Sonu. Balu is heavier than Rajan but not as much tall as Mani. Praveen is heavier than Balu and Rajan but shorter than Mani and Balu. Kishore is not taller than Praveen. Sonu is not taller than Kannan and also not heavier than Rajan. Kannan is not lighter than Mani who is heavier than Balu. Mani is shorter than only one person. Praveen is not the second heaviest and is lighter than Mani.

Refer the above for the Questions 26 to 25

**References:**

Balu is heavier than Rajan but not as much tall as Mani.

Praveen is heavier than Balu and Rajan but shorter than Mani and Balu.

Order of weight:

Praveen > Balu > Rajan

Order of height:

Mani > Balu > Praveen

**References:**

Kishore is taller than Kannan but not heavier than Sonu.

Kishore is not taller than Praveen.

Sonu is not taller than Kannan and also not heavier than Rajan.

Order of weight:

Praveen > Balu > Rajan > Sonu > Kishore

Order of height:

Mani > Balu > Praveen > Kishore > Kannan > Sonu

**References:**

Praveen is not the second heaviest and is lighter than Mani.

Kannan is not lighter than Mani who is heavier than Balu.

Mani is shorter than only one person.

Order of weight:

Kannan > Mani > Praveen > Balu > Rajan > Sonu > Kishore

Order of height:

Rajan > Mani > Balu > Praveen > Kishore > Kannan > Sonu

**Final arrangement:**

Rajan is tallest among all.

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

Seven people – Kannan, Balu, Mani, Kishore, Rajan, Praveen, and Sonu have different height and weight such that the tallest one is not the heaviest one.

Kishore is taller than Kannan but not heavier than Sonu. Balu is heavier than Rajan but not as much tall as Mani. Praveen is heavier than Balu and Rajan but shorter than Mani and Balu. Kishore is not taller than Praveen. Sonu is not taller than Kannan and also not heavier than Rajan. Kannan is not lighter than Mani who is heavier than Balu. Mani is shorter than only one person. Praveen is not the second heaviest and is lighter than Mani.

Refer the above for the Questions 27 to 26

**References:**

Balu is heavier than Rajan but not as much tall as Mani.

Praveen is heavier than Balu and Rajan but shorter than Mani and Balu.

Order of weight:

Praveen > Balu > Rajan

Order of height:

Mani > Balu > Praveen

**References:**

Kishore is taller than Kannan but not heavier than Sonu.

Kishore is not taller than Praveen.

Sonu is not taller than Kannan and also not heavier than Rajan.

Order of weight:

Praveen > Balu > Rajan > Sonu > Kishore

Order of height:

Mani > Balu > Praveen > Kishore > Kannan > Sonu

**References:**

Praveen is not the second heaviest and is lighter than Mani.

Kannan is not lighter than Mani who is heavier than Balu.

Mani is shorter than only one person.

Order of weight:

Kannan > Mani > Praveen > Balu > Rajan > Sonu > Kishore

Order of height:

Rajan > Mani > Balu > Praveen > Kishore > Kannan > Sonu

**Final arrangement:**

Sonu is shortest is true statement.

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

Seven people – Kannan, Balu, Mani, Kishore, Rajan, Praveen, and Sonu have different height and weight such that the tallest one is not the heaviest one.

Kishore is taller than Kannan but not heavier than Sonu. Balu is heavier than Rajan but not as much tall as Mani. Praveen is heavier than Balu and Rajan but shorter than Mani and Balu. Kishore is not taller than Praveen. Sonu is not taller than Kannan and also not heavier than Rajan. Kannan is not lighter than Mani who is heavier than Balu. Mani is shorter than only one person. Praveen is not the second heaviest and is lighter than Mani.

Refer the above for the Questions 28 to 27

**References:**

Balu is heavier than Rajan but not as much tall as Mani.

Praveen is heavier than Balu and Rajan but shorter than Mani and Balu.

Order of weight:

Praveen > Balu > Rajan

Order of height:

Mani > Balu > Praveen

**References:**

Kishore is taller than Kannan but not heavier than Sonu.

Kishore is not taller than Praveen.

Sonu is not taller than Kannan and also not heavier than Rajan.

Order of weight:

Praveen > Balu > Rajan > Sonu > Kishore

Order of height:

Mani > Balu > Praveen > Kishore > Kannan > Sonu

**References:**

Praveen is not the second heaviest and is lighter than Mani.

Kannan is not lighter than Mani who is heavier than Balu.

Mani is shorter than only one person.

Order of weight:

Kannan > Mani > Praveen > Balu > Rajan > Sonu > Kishore

Order of height:

Rajan > Mani > Balu > Praveen > Kishore > Kannan > Sonu

**Final arrangement:**

Here, Kannan is heaviest among all the seven persons.

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

Seven people – Kannan, Balu, Mani, Kishore, Rajan, Praveen, and Sonu have different height and weight such that the tallest one is not the heaviest one.

Kishore is taller than Kannan but not heavier than Sonu. Balu is heavier than Rajan but not as much tall as Mani. Praveen is heavier than Balu and Rajan but shorter than Mani and Balu. Kishore is not taller than Praveen. Sonu is not taller than Kannan and also not heavier than Rajan. Kannan is not lighter than Mani who is heavier than Balu. Mani is shorter than only one person. Praveen is not the second heaviest and is lighter than Mani.

Refer the above for the Questions 29 to 28

**References:**

Balu is heavier than Rajan but not as much tall as Mani.

Praveen is heavier than Balu and Rajan but shorter than Mani and Balu.

Order of weight:

Praveen > Balu > Rajan

Order of height:

Mani > Balu > Praveen

**References:**

Kishore is taller than Kannan but not heavier than Sonu.

Kishore is not taller than Praveen.

Sonu is not taller than Kannan and also not heavier than Rajan.

Order of weight:

Praveen > Balu > Rajan > Sonu > Kishore

Order of height:

Mani > Balu > Praveen > Kishore > Kannan > Sonu

**References:**

Praveen is not the second heaviest and is lighter than Mani.

Kannan is not lighter than Mani who is heavier than Balu.

Mani is shorter than only one person.

Order of weight:

Kannan > Mani > Praveen > Balu > Rajan > Sonu > Kishore

Order of height:

Rajan > Mani > Balu > Praveen > Kishore > Kannan > Sonu

**Final arrangement:**

There is no one heavier than the one who is second shortest because the second shortest is Kannan so we know that Kannan is heaviest among all.

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

Seven people – Kannan, Balu, Mani, Kishore, Rajan, Praveen, and Sonu have different height and weight such that the tallest one is not the heaviest one.

Kishore is taller than Kannan but not heavier than Sonu. Balu is heavier than Rajan but not as much tall as Mani. Praveen is heavier than Balu and Rajan but shorter than Mani and Balu. Kishore is not taller than Praveen. Sonu is not taller than Kannan and also not heavier than Rajan. Kannan is not lighter than Mani who is heavier than Balu. Mani is shorter than only one person. Praveen is not the second heaviest and is lighter than Mani.

Refer the above for the Questions 30 to 29

**References:**

Balu is heavier than Rajan but not as much tall as Mani.

Praveen is heavier than Balu and Rajan but shorter than Mani and Balu.

Order of weight:

Praveen > Balu > Rajan

Order of height:

Mani > Balu > Praveen

**References:**

Kishore is taller than Kannan but not heavier than Sonu.

Kishore is not taller than Praveen.

Sonu is not taller than Kannan and also not heavier than Rajan.

Order of weight:

Praveen > Balu > Rajan > Sonu > Kishore

Order of height:

Mani > Balu > Praveen > Kishore > Kannan > Sonu

**References:**

Praveen is not the second heaviest and is lighter than Mani.

Kannan is not lighter than Mani who is heavier than Balu.

Mani is shorter than only one person.

Order of weight:

Kannan > Mani > Praveen > Balu > Rajan > Sonu > Kishore

Order of height:

Rajan > Mani > Balu > Praveen > Kishore > Kannan > Sonu

**Final arrangement:**

The second lighest is Sonu.

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

Six boxes P, Q, R, S, T, U of different colours are placed one above another. Also, each box has different number of candies. No two boxes has same number of candies. Only two boxes are placed in between Q and Green box. No box is placed above Q. Box S is placed immediately above Blue box. Only Red box is placed in between Green box and P. Only one box is placed between Red and Blue box. Only one box is placed in between S and T. Only one box is placed between Orange box and R. Box R is not of Red colour. Box T has more number of candies than 8 while box R has more number of candies than 20. Box S has 21 candies. The box which has lowest and 2nd lowest number of candies has 10 and 12 candies respectively. Box P, R, S and F has odd number of candies. P has more number of candies than Q but not more than S. The difference in the number of candies in box U and T is 7. The box which has highest number of candies has 8 more candies than box U. Total number of candies in box Q and P is 31.

Refer the above for the Questions 31 to 30

**References:**

No box is placed above Q.

Only two boxes are placed in between Q and Green box.

Box S is placed immediately above Blue box.

Only Red box is placed in between Green box and P.

Only one box is placed between Red and Blue box.

Only one box is placed in between S and T.

Only one box is placed between Orange box and R.

Box R is not of Red colour.

**References:**

Box S has 21 candies.

Box T has more number of candies than 8 while box R has more number of candies than 20.

The box which has lowest and 2nd lowest number of candies has 10 and 12 candies respectively.

P has more number of candies than Q but not more than S.

The difference in the number of candies in box U and T is 7.

The box which has highest number of candies has 8 more candies than box U.

From the hint we can see that, box Q and T holds the lowest and second lowest position.

**>Q/T(12) > Q/T(10)**

Total number of candies in box Q and P is 31.

Q + P = 31

If Q = 10; we get A = 21. We know that no two boxex contain same number of candies. So, Q must contain 12 candies and T has 10 candies.

If Q =12; then A has 19 candies and P has 12 candies

The difference in the number of candies in box U and T is 7.,

U - T = 7

U = 10 + 7 = 17

Highest number of candies = 8 + Box U = 8 + 17 = 25

Hence, the final arrangement is as follows,

**R(25) > S(21) > P(19) > U(17) > Q(12) > T(10)**

Here, we dont know the color of box S. so the correct answer is none of these.

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

Six boxes P, Q, R, S, T, U of different colours are placed one above another. Also, each box has different number of candies. No two boxes has same number of candies. Only two boxes are placed in between Q and Green box. No box is placed above Q. Box S is placed immediately above Blue box. Only Red box is placed in between Green box and P. Only one box is placed between Red and Blue box. Only one box is placed in between S and T. Only one box is placed between Orange box and R. Box R is not of Red colour. Box T has more number of candies than 8 while box R has more number of candies than 20. Box S has 21 candies. The box which has lowest and 2nd lowest number of candies has 10 and 12 candies respectively. Box P, R, S and F has odd number of candies. P has more number of candies than Q but not more than S. The difference in the number of candies in box U and T is 7. The box which has highest number of candies has 8 more candies than box U. Total number of candies in box Q and P is 31.

Refer the above for the Questions 32 to 31

**References:**

No box is placed above Q.

Only two boxes are placed in between Q and Green box.

Box S is placed immediately above Blue box.

Only Red box is placed in between Green box and P.

Only one box is placed between Red and Blue box.

Only one box is placed in between S and T.

Only one box is placed between Orange box and R.

Box R is not of Red colour.

**References:**

Box S has 21 candies.

Box T has more number of candies than 8 while box R has more number of candies than 20.

The box which has lowest and 2nd lowest number of candies has 10 and 12 candies respectively.

P has more number of candies than Q but not more than S.

The difference in the number of candies in box U and T is 7.

The box which has highest number of candies has 8 more candies than box U.

From the hint we can see that, box Q and T holds the lowest and second lowest position.

**>Q/T(12) > Q/T(10)**

Total number of candies in box Q and P is 31.

Q + P = 31

If Q = 10; we get A = 21. We know that no two boxex contain same number of candies. So, Q must contain 12 candies and T has 10 candies.

If Q =12; then A has 19 candies and P has 12 candies

The difference in the number of candies in box U and T is 7.,

U - T = 7

U = 10 + 7 = 17

Highest number of candies = 8 + Box U = 8 + 17 = 25

Hence, the final arrangement is as follows,

**R(25) > S(21) > P(19) > U(17) > Q(12) > T(10)**

Box T has least number of candies.

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

Six boxes P, Q, R, S, T, U of different colours are placed one above another. Also, each box has different number of candies. No two boxes has same number of candies. Only two boxes are placed in between Q and Green box. No box is placed above Q. Box S is placed immediately above Blue box. Only Red box is placed in between Green box and P. Only one box is placed between Red and Blue box. Only one box is placed in between S and T. Only one box is placed between Orange box and R. Box R is not of Red colour. Box T has more number of candies than 8 while box R has more number of candies than 20. Box S has 21 candies. The box which has lowest and 2nd lowest number of candies has 10 and 12 candies respectively. Box P, R, S and F has odd number of candies. P has more number of candies than Q but not more than S. The difference in the number of candies in box U and T is 7. The box which has highest number of candies has 8 more candies than box U. Total number of candies in box Q and P is 31.

Refer the above for the Questions 33 to 32

**References:**

No box is placed above Q.

Only two boxes are placed in between Q and Green box.

Box S is placed immediately above Blue box.

Only Red box is placed in between Green box and P.

Only one box is placed between Red and Blue box.

Only one box is placed in between S and T.

Only one box is placed between Orange box and R.

Box R is not of Red colour.

**References:**

Box S has 21 candies.

Box T has more number of candies than 8 while box R has more number of candies than 20.

The box which has lowest and 2nd lowest number of candies has 10 and 12 candies respectively.

P has more number of candies than Q but not more than S.

The difference in the number of candies in box U and T is 7.

The box which has highest number of candies has 8 more candies than box U.

From the hint we can see that, box Q and T holds the lowest and second lowest position.

**>Q/T(12) > Q/T(10)**

Total number of candies in box Q and P is 31.

Q + P = 31

If Q = 10; we get A = 21. We know that no two boxex contain same number of candies. So, Q must contain 12 candies and T has 10 candies.

If Q =12; then A has 19 candies and P has 12 candies

The difference in the number of candies in box U and T is 7.,

U - T = 7

U = 10 + 7 = 17

Highest number of candies = 8 + Box U = 8 + 17 = 25

Hence, the final arrangement is as follows,

**R(25) > S(21) > P(19) > U(17) > Q(12) > T(10)**

Here, blue box is R which contain 25 candies.

**Direction : Study the following information and answer the questions that follow.**

Six persons are going to participate in a sports day. Each of them has different weight. All of them play different games. The one who plays Volley ball is heavier than R. S is lighter the one who plays Basket ball but heavier than U. Weight of the one who is lightest is 60 kg. U neither plays High jump nor Volley ball. P is heavier than both T and Q. R plays Football. P does not plays Volley ball. Q does not play Kho-Kho and heavier than R. T is lighter than Q. S is the second heaviest person. The one who plays Kabadi is the lightest person. T neither plays Kabadi nor Kho-Kho. The one who plays High jump is 10 kg heavier than the one who plays Kabadi. T is not second lightest person. Weight of Q is an odd number. Weight of the heaviest person is 83 kg.

Refer the above for the Questions 34 to 33

**References:**

S is lighter the one who plays Basket ball but heavier than U.

S is the second heaviest person.

**Basket ball > S > U**

**References:**

P is heavier than both T and Q. P does not plays Volley ball.

T is lighter than Q.

Q is heavier than R.

T is not second lightest person. T neither plays Kabadi nor Kho-Kho.

The one who plays Kabadi is the lightest person.

From the hints, we can't place the T in last and second lightest position and so B comes third position.

**P(Basket ball) > S > Q > T > R > U**

**References:**

Weight of the one who is lightest is 60 kg.

Weight of the heaviest person is 83 kg.

The one who plays Kabadi is the lightest person.

R plays Football.

U neither plays High jump nor Volley ball.

T neither plays Kabadi nor Kho-Kho.

Q does not play Kho-Kho. Weight of Q is an odd number.

The one who plays High jump is 10 kg heavier than the one who plays Kabadi. The one who plays Volley ball is heavier than R.

From the conditions, the left over games for Q and T are Volley ball and High jump. Here, T plays High jump because the weight of person who plays High jump is 70 kg which is even number. Its given that Q's weight is odd number so Q plays Volley ball.

Remaining person is S who plays Kho-Kho.

P and S are heavier than U but lighter than the one who plays Volley ball.

**Direction : Study the following information and answer the questions that follow.**

Six persons are going to participate in a sports day. Each of them has different weight. All of them play different games. The one who plays Volley ball is heavier than R. S is lighter the one who plays Basket ball but heavier than U. Weight of the one who is lightest is 60 kg. U neither plays High jump nor Volley ball. P is heavier than both T and Q. R plays Football. P does not plays Volley ball. Q does not play Kho-Kho and heavier than R. T is lighter than Q. S is the second heaviest person. The one who plays Kabadi is the lightest person. T neither plays Kabadi nor Kho-Kho. The one who plays High jump is 10 kg heavier than the one who plays Kabadi. T is not second lightest person. Weight of Q is an odd number. Weight of the heaviest person is 83 kg.

Refer the above for the Questions 35 to 34

**References:**

S is lighter the one who plays Basket ball but heavier than U.

S is the second heaviest person.

**Basket ball > S > U**

**References:**

P is heavier than both T and Q. P does not plays Volley ball.

T is lighter than Q.

Q is heavier than R.

T is not second lightest person. T neither plays Kabadi nor Kho-Kho.

The one who plays Kabadi is the lightest person.

From the hints, we can't place the T in last and second lightest position and so B comes third position.

**P(Basket ball) > S > Q > T > R > U**

**References:**

Weight of the one who is lightest is 60 kg.

Weight of the heaviest person is 83 kg.

The one who plays Kabadi is the lightest person.

R plays Football.

U neither plays High jump nor Volley ball.

T neither plays Kabadi nor Kho-Kho.

Q does not play Kho-Kho. Weight of Q is an odd number.

The one who plays High jump is 10 kg heavier than the one who plays Kabadi. The one who plays Volley ball is heavier than R.

From the conditions, the left over games for Q and T are Volley ball and High jump. Here, T plays High jump because the weight of person who plays High jump is 70 kg which is even number. Its given that Q's weight is odd number so Q plays Volley ball.

Remaining person is S who plays Kho-Kho.

Q is third heaviest person.

**Direction : Study the following information and answer the questions that follow.**

Six persons are going to participate in a sports day. Each of them has different weight. All of them play different games. The one who plays Volley ball is heavier than R. S is lighter the one who plays Basket ball but heavier than U. Weight of the one who is lightest is 60 kg. U neither plays High jump nor Volley ball. P is heavier than both T and Q. R plays Football. P does not plays Volley ball. Q does not play Kho-Kho and heavier than R. T is lighter than Q. S is the second heaviest person. The one who plays Kabadi is the lightest person. T neither plays Kabadi nor Kho-Kho. The one who plays High jump is 10 kg heavier than the one who plays Kabadi. T is not second lightest person. Weight of Q is an odd number. Weight of the heaviest person is 83 kg.

Refer the above for the Questions 36 to 35

**References:**

S is lighter the one who plays Basket ball but heavier than U.

S is the second heaviest person.

**Basket ball > S > U**

**References:**

P is heavier than both T and Q. P does not plays Volley ball.

T is lighter than Q.

Q is heavier than R.

T is not second lightest person. T neither plays Kabadi nor Kho-Kho.

The one who plays Kabadi is the lightest person.

From the hints, we can't place the T in last and second lightest position and so B comes third position.

**P(Basket ball) > S > Q > T > R > U**

**References:**

Weight of the one who is lightest is 60 kg.

Weight of the heaviest person is 83 kg.

The one who plays Kabadi is the lightest person.

R plays Football.

U neither plays High jump nor Volley ball.

T neither plays Kabadi nor Kho-Kho.

Q does not play Kho-Kho. Weight of Q is an odd number.

The one who plays High jump is 10 kg heavier than the one who plays Kabadi. The one who plays Volley ball is heavier than R.

From the conditions, the left over games for Q and T are Volley ball and High jump. Here, T plays High jump because the weight of person who plays High jump is 70 kg which is even number. Its given that Q's weight is odd number so Q plays Volley ball.

Remaining person is S who plays Kho-Kho.

The possible weight of the one who plays Volley ball is 75kg because T's weight is 70 kg. So, weight of the person who plays Volley ball should be higher than T and should be odd number.

**Direction : Study the following information and answer the questions that follow.**

Refer the above for the Questions 37 to 36

**References:**

S is lighter the one who plays Basket ball but heavier than U.

S is the second heaviest person.

**Basket ball > S > U**

**References:**

P is heavier than both T and Q. P does not plays Volley ball.

T is lighter than Q.

Q is heavier than R.

T is not second lightest person. T neither plays Kabadi nor Kho-Kho.

The one who plays Kabadi is the lightest person.

From the hints, we can't place the T in last and second lightest position and so B comes third position.

**P(Basket ball) > S > Q > T > R > U**

**References:**

Weight of the one who is lightest is 60 kg.

Weight of the heaviest person is 83 kg.

The one who plays Kabadi is the lightest person.

R plays Football.

U neither plays High jump nor Volley ball.

T neither plays Kabadi nor Kho-Kho.

Q does not play Kho-Kho. Weight of Q is an odd number.

The one who plays High jump is 10 kg heavier than the one who plays Kabadi. The one who plays Volley ball is heavier than R.

From the conditions, the left over games for Q and T are Volley ball and High jump. Here, T plays High jump because the weight of person who plays High jump is 70 kg which is even number. Its given that Q's weight is odd number so Q plays Volley ball.

Remaining person is S who plays Kho-Kho.

T plays High jump.

24

So, we can say that there were 3 persons between ram and Hari.

And, we also know that Hari was exactly in the middle of ram and John so the number of persons between Hari and Johnwill also be 3.

At this point, using the given information we can create a following figure:

Now, total number of people in the queue = (8 + ram + 3 + Hari + 3 + John + 7)

= (8 + 1 + 3 + 1 + 3 + 1 + 7) = 24

**Thus, the total number of people in the queue was 24.**

12th

From the given image it is clear that Ayesha is 12th from the right end.

Position of Ayesha from right end = 7 + 1(Anisha) + 1 + 1(Ariva) +1 + 1 =

**12**

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

Six students M, N, O, P, Q and R obtained different marks in an examination. M obtained more marks than only two students. N obtained more marks than P but not the highest. R obtained more marks than only O. The one who obtained the second-highest marks obtained 220 marks. The one who obtained the second-lowest marks obtained 160 marks.

Refer the above for the Questions 40 to 39

Q > N(220) > P > M > R(160) > O

O obtained lowest marks.