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Directions: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.
Amongst five friends A, B, C, D and E each got different marks in the class. D scored more than B but less than E. B scored 320 marks. The one who scored the minimum marks got 300 marks and the one who scored the highest marks got 390 marks. C scored more than only A.

Refer the above for the Questions 81 to 83
81. Which of the following statement is true with respect to the given information?

Correct Ans:None of these
Explanation:
Reference:
D scored more than B but less than E. B scored 320 marks.
E > D > B(320)

Reference:
C scored more than only A.
E > D > B(320) > C > A

Also given, the maximum mark is 390 and minimum mark is 320.
E(390) > D > B(320) > C > A(320)

Hence, none of the statement is true.
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82. Who scored the second lowest marks?

Correct Ans:C
Explanation:
Reference:
D scored more than B but less than E. B scored 320 marks.
E > D > B(320)

Reference:
C scored more than only A.
E > D > B(320) > C > A

Also given, the maximum mark is 390 and minimum mark is 320.
E(390) > D > B(320) > C > A(320)

Hence, C scored second lowest mark.
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83. Which of the following boxes have greater number of cups than T but less than Q?

Correct Ans:Both S and U
Explanation:
References:
Box Q has more cups than box S and U.
Box Q has 40 cups in it.
Q (40) > S, U

References:
Box U has more cups than box T.
Q (40) > S > U > T

References:
Box P has 60 cups.
Box has maximum cups contains odd number of cups.
R > P(60) > Q (40) > S > U > T

The correct answer is both S and U.
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There are six boxes P, Q, R, S, T and U each having different numbers of cups in it (not necessarily in same order). Box P has 60 cups. Box Q has more cups than box S and U. The box which has maximum cups, has odd numbered cups in it. Box Q has 40 cups in it. Box U has more cups than box T. The box which has least number of cups has even numbered cups in it. S has odd numbered of cups in it. The box which has 2nd least number of cups, has even number of cups in it.

Refer the above for the Questions 84 to 85
84. What is the possible number of cups in box S?

Correct Ans:25
Explanation:
References:
Box Q has more cups than box S and U.
Box Q has 40 cups in it.
Q (40) > S, U

References:

Box U has more cups than box T.
Q (40) > S > U > T

References:
Box P has 60 cups.
Box has maximum cups contains odd number of cups.
R > P(60) > Q (40) > S > U > T

So, from the given its clear that 25 is the only possible number of cups in the box S.
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85. How many boxes have less number of cups than R?

Correct Ans:More than three
Explanation:
References:
Box Q has more cups than box S and U.
Box Q has 40 cups in it.
Q (40) > S, U

References:
Box U has more cups than box T.
Q (40) > S > U > T

References:
Box P has 60 cups.
Box has maximum cups contains odd number of cups.
R > P(60) > Q (40) > S > U > T

Here, more than three boxes have less number of cups than R.
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86. If the digits of the number '83752946' are arranged in increasing order form left to right within the number, then how many digits will remain on the same position after the applied operation?

Correct Ans:One
Explanation:

Only one digitremain on the same position after the applied operation.
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87. In a row of boys, Ajay is tenth from the right end and Dev is eighth from the left end. If in this row Dev is twelveth from the right then what is the position of Ajay from the left?

Correct Ans:10
Explanation:
Given that Dev is 8th from the left end and 12th from the right end of the row .
So, total number of boys in row = 8 +12 - 1 = 19

Also given that, Ajay is 10th from the right end.
Therefore, position of Ajay from left end = 19 - (10 - 1) = 19 - 9 = 10
So, Ajay is 10th from left end.
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Directions: These questions are based on the following information.
Six persons P, Q, R, S, T, and U participated in a running race and each of them completed the race in different positions. S finished the race after only two other persons finished the race. U is the only person to finish the race before P and after R. T is not the first person to finish the race.

Refer the above for the Questions 88 to 87
88. If R"™s speed is 20 km/hr and the speed of the person who finished the race in the 1st position is 15 km/hr more than R, what can the speed of S be?

Correct Ans:30 km/hr
Explanation:
S finished the race exactly after two other persons; we can say that S is the third person to finish the race.
U is the only person to finish the race before P and R; we can say that U finished in fifth position, P finished in sixth position and R finished the race in fourth position.
T is not the first person to finish the race; we can say that T finished the race in second position and Q finished the race in first position.
The final arrangement is as follows.
Q > T > S > R > U > P.

Hence, the speed of S can be 30 km/hr.
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Directions: These questions are based on the following information.
Six persons P, Q, R, S, T, and U participated in a running race and each of them completed the race in different positions. S finished the race after only two other persons finished the race. U is the only person to finish the race before P and after R. T is not the first person to finish the race.

Refer the above for the Questions 89 to 88
89. If the speed of S is 18 km/hr and the speed of Q is 24 km/hr, then what can the speed of T be?

Correct Ans:20 km/hr
Explanation:
S finished the race exactly after two other persons; we can say that S is the third person to finish the race.
U is the only person to finish the race before P and R; we can say that U finished in fifth position, P finished in sixth position and R finished the race in fourth position.
T is not the first person to finish the race; we can say that T finished the race in second position and Q finished the race in first position.
The final arrangement is as follows.
Q > T > S > R > U > P.

Hence, the speed of T can be 20 km/hr.
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Directions: These questions are based on the following information.
Six persons P, Q, R, S, T, and U participated in a running race and each of them completed the race in different positions. S finished the race after only two other persons finished the race. U is the only person to finish the race before P and after R. T is not the first person to finish the race.

Refer the above for the Questions 90 to 89
90. _____ finished the race in 1st position.

Correct Ans:Q
Explanation:
S finished the race exactly after two other persons; we can say that S is the third person to finish the race.
U is the only person to finish the race before P and R; we can say that U finished in fifth position, P finished in sixth position and R finished the race in fourth position.
T is not the first person to finish the race; we can say that T finished the race in second position and Q finished the race in first position.
The final arrangement is as follows.
Q > T > S > R > U > P.

Hence, Q finished the race in first position.
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91. In a row of people Raj is 7th from bottom end of row. Dev is 10 ranks above Raj. If Dev is 8th from top, then how many people are there in this row?

Correct Ans:24
Explanation:

Therefore, total pepole in the row = 17 + 8 - 1 = 24.
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Directions: These questions are based on the following information.
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are comparing their weights and each of them is having a different weight. D is heavier than only two persons. E is the only person heavier than F and lighter than D. C’s weight is less than only B’s weight. The third heaviest weight is 100kgs and the fifth heaviest weight is 60kgs.

Refer the above for the Questions 92 to 91
92. If the heaviest weight is 30kgs more than A"™s weight, then what is the possible weight of C?

Correct Ans:115kgs
Explanation:
Reference:
D is heavier than only two persons.
E is the only person heavier than F and lighter than D.
Câ€™s weight is less than only Bâ€™s weight.
So, A occupies the third heaviest position.
The third heaviest weight is 100kgs and the fifth heaviest weight is 60kgs.
B > C > A (100kgs) > D > E (60kgs) > F
Hence, the possible weight of C is > 100 and < 130 which is 115kgs.
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Directions: These questions are based on the following information.
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are comparing their weights and each of them is having a different weight. D is heavier than only two persons. E is the only person heavier than F and lighter than D. C’s weight is less than only B’s weight. The third heaviest weight is 100kgs and the fifth heaviest weight is 60kgs.

Refer the above for the Questions 93 to 92
93. Who is the third heaviest?

Correct Ans:A
Explanation:
Reference:
D is heavier than only two persons.
E is the only person heavier than F and lighter than D.
C’s weight is less than only B’s weight.
So, A occupies the third heaviest position.
The third heaviest weight is 100kgs and the fifth heaviest weight is 60kgs.
B > C > A (100kgs) > D > E (60kgs) > F
Hence, A is the third heaviest.
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Directions: These questions are based on the following information.
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are comparing their weights and each of them is having a different weight. D is heavier than only two persons. E is the only person heavier than F and lighter than D. C’s weight is less than only B’s weight. The third heaviest weight is 100kgs and the fifth heaviest weight is 60kgs.

Refer the above for the Questions 94 to 93
94. What is the possible weight of D?

Correct Ans:75kgs
Explanation:
Reference:
D is heavier than only two persons.
E is the only person heavier than F and lighter than D.
C’s weight is less than only B’s weight.
So, A occupies the third heaviest position.
The third heaviest weight is 100kgs and the fifth heaviest weight is 60kgs.
B > C > A (100kgs) > D > E (60kgs) > F
Hence, the possible weight of D is less than 60 and greater than 100 which is 75kgs.
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Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Amongst five friends, A, B, C, D, E, each got different marks in the examination. A scored more than B but less than C. C scored 65 marks. D scored less marks than only E. The one who scored the minimum marks scored 60 marks and the one who scored the highest, scored 80 marks.ï»¿

Refer the above for the Questions 95 to 94
95. Who scored the lowest marks?

Correct Ans:B
Explanation:
References:
A scored more than B but less than C.
D scored less marks than only E.
C scored 65 marks.
Highest mark scored = 80
Minimum mark scored = 60
E(80) > D > C(65) > A > B (60)
Hence, B scored the lowest marks.
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Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Amongst five friends, A, B, C, D, E, each got different marks in the examination. A scored more than B but less than C. C scored 65 marks. D scored less marks than only E. The one who scored the minimum marks scored 60 marks and the one who scored the highest, scored 80 marks.ï»¿

Refer the above for the Questions 96 to 95
96. Who is the most likely to have scored 62 marks?

Correct Ans:A
Explanation:
References:
A scored more than B but less than C.
D scored less marks than only E.
C scored 65 marks.
Highest mark scored = 80
Minimum mark scored = 60
E(80) > D > C(65) > A > B (60)
Hence, the most likely to have scored 62 marks is A.
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Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Amongst five friends, A, B, C, D, E, each got different marks in the examination. A scored more than B but less than C. C scored 65 marks. D scored less marks than only E. The one who scored the minimum marks scored 60 marks and the one who scored the highest, scored 80 marks.ï»¿

Refer the above for the Questions 97 to 96
97. Who scored the second highest marks?

Correct Ans:D
Explanation:
Reference: A scored more than B but less than C. D scored less marks than only E. C scored 65 marks. Highest mark scored = 80 Minimum mark scored = 60 E(80) > D > C(65) > A > B (60)
Hence, D scored the secong highest mark.
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98. Among four Tables, Table1 is twice as heavy as Table 2. Table 3’s weight is half of Table 2’s weight. Table 4 is 60 grams more as compared to Table 2 but 60 grams less as compared Table 1. Which Table is heaviest?

Correct Ans:Table 1
Explanation:
Table1 is twice as heavy as table .
Table 1 > Table 2

Table 3's weight is half of table 2.
Table 1 > Table 2 > Table3

Table 4 is 60 grams more than Table 2 but 60 grams less compared to Table 1.
So, Table 4 is greater than Table 2 and less than Table 1.

Hence, the final order is
Table 1 > Table 4> Table 2 > Table3
Therefore, Table 1 is heaviest.
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99. Three persons Atul, Binni and Chatur are standing in a queue. There are eight persons between Binni and Chatur and five persons between Atul and Binni. There are 19 persons behind Atul and three persons ahead of Chatur. The minimum number of persons in the queue could be?

Correct Ans:26
Explanation:
There are only 3 persons ahead of Chatur and there are eight persons between Binni and Chatur, which gives the only possibility as given below:
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chatur
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binni

There are 5 persons between Atul and Binni. So, either Atul can be above Binni or below him. For minimum persons, Atul will be above Binni.
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chatur
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atul
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binni
Behind atul 19 members and 6 members ahead of atul.
So, the minimum number of persons in the queue could be 26.
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100. During a prize distribution ceremony, Vikram was ninth from the left while Janhvi was eighth from the right in the front row. If Hariom was thirteenth from the left and was exactly in the middle of Vikram and Janhvi in the same row then what was the total number of people in the front row?

Correct Ans:24
Explanation:
Here, we know that Vikram was ninth from the left while Hariom was thirteenth from the left. So, we can say that there were 3 persons between Vikram and Hariom.

And, we also know that Hariom was exactly in the middle of Vikram and Janhvi so the number of persons between Hariom and Janhvi will also be 3.

Now, total number of people in the queue = (8 + Vikram + 3 + Hariom + 3 + Janhvi + 7)
= (8 + 1 + 3 + 1 + 3 + 1 + 7) = 24
Thus, the total number of people in the queue was 24.
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