Directions (Qs. 1 - 3): Read the information carefully to answer the given questions. Six people L, M, N, O, P and Q are of a different weight. N is heavier than M and Q but lighter than P. L is heavier than P but not the heaviest. Q is not the second lightest. The heaviest person weighs 107 kg. The fourth lightest person weighs 84 kg. (Note: The weight of each person is in whole numbers only.)
1. How many people are heavier than O?
A) Three B) None, as O is the heaviest C) More than three D) One E) Two
2. Who is the third heaviest person?
A) P B) L C) M D) N E) None of those given as options
3. What is the possible weight of L? (In kg)
A) 63 B) 115 C) 68 D) 77 E) 91
Key: 1-B; 2-A; 3-E.
Directions (Qs. 4 - 6): Read the information carefully and answer the given questions. Each of the six cars U, V, W, X, Y and Z has travelled different number of kilometres. X has travelled more than only Z. W has travelled more than both U and V but not the highest. V has travelled more than U. The car which has travelled the second lowest has travelled 32 kms and the car which has travelled the second highest has travelled 90 kms. V has travelled 23 less km than W.
4. If the number of kms travelled by car Z is more than 20 and is an odd number which is divisible by 3 but not 9, how many kms has car Z travelled?
A) 21 B) 25 C) 27 D) 33 E) 39
5. Which of the following car has travelled the third lowest number of kms?
A) V B) U C) X D) W E) Y
6. How many kms has car U possibly travelled?
A) 58 B) 85 C) 32 D) 96 E) 67
Key: 4-A; 5-B; 6-A.
Directions (Qs. 7 - 9): Study the following information carefully and answer the given question. Each of the six buildings viz. A, B, C, D, E and F has different number of floors. B has more floors than only E. D has more floors than A but less than C. C does not have the maximum number of floors. The building which has third highest number of floors has 22 floors. The building having second lowest number of floors has 7 floors.
7. Which of the following is TRUE with respect to the given information?
A) E possibly has 9 floors.
B) There is a possibility that F has 21 floors.
C) Only three buildings have less floors than D.
D) None of the given options is true.
E) Building A has the least number of floors.
8. Which of the following buildings has 22 floors?
A) B B) D C) C D) A E) F
9. The building which has the highest number of floors has 18 more floors than B. How many floors does C possibly have?
A) 20 B) 18 C) 25 D) 23 E) 5
Key: 7-C; 8-B; 9-D.
Directions (Qs. 10 -12): Read the information carefully and answer the given questions. Each of the six States, P, Q, R, S, T and U has different number of factories. Q has more number of factories than only U. S has more number of factories than T but less than P. P does not have the highest number of factories. The State which has the highest number of factorieshas 41, and the State which has the second lowest number of factories has 21. State S has 15 factories less than the number of factories in State R.
10. How many factories does State T possibly have?
A) 19 B) 20 C) 25 D) 42 E) 15
11. Which of the following State has the second highest number of factories?
A) S B) R C) Q D) T E) P
12. If the number of factories in State P is an even number which is divisible by 4 & 5. How many factories does State P have?
A) 28 B) 40 C) 30 D) 18 E) 21
Key: 10-C; 11-E; 12-B.
Directions (Qs. 13 - 16): Read the information carefully to answer the given questions. Six persons viz. B, S, C, T, P and X are of different heights. P is taller than T and S but shorter than B. B is shorter than X. X is not the tallest. S is not the shortest. The height of the third tallest person is 163 cm. The height of the second shortest person is 117 cm. (Note: The height of each person is in whole numbers only).
13. Who amongst the following is taller than C?
A) B B) T C) No one, as C is the tallest person D) P E) X
14. With respect to the height of the given persons,
if X + S = 320 cm and B + C
= 392 cm, then C + X = ........ cm.
A) 430 B) 491 C) 481 D) 432 E) None of those given as options
15. How many people are taller than X?
A) Cannot be determined B) Two C) Four D) One E) Three
16. What is the possible height of P? (In cm)
A) 110 B) 171 C) 160 D) 220 E) 18
Key: 13-C; 14-D; 15-D; 16-C.
17. In a row of 55 boys. Vijay is 23rd from the left end then what is his position from the right end?
A) 33 B) 27 C) 37 D) 29 E) none
Explanation: Total = (left end + right end) − 1
55 = 23 + right end − 1
Right end = 55 − 22 = 33
18. In a row of 75 persons Vanitha is 25th from the front end, Ravali is 17th from the back end. If Mounika is exactly between them, how many persons are there between Vanitha and Mounika?
A) 17 B) 33 C) 16 D) none E) 18
Explanation: Total = 75
19. In a row Anisha is 8th from the left end, Jalaja is 12th from the right end. If 6 persons are there between Anisha and Jalaja. Find the total number of persons in that row.
A) 19 B) 26 C) 16 D) none E) 23
Total = Left + Right + Middle
= 8 + 12 + 6
20. In a row Madhu is 10th from the right end Kriti is 8th from the left end. If they interchanged their places now Kriti becomes 28th person from the left end. Find the total number of persons in that row.
A) 37 B) 40 C)18 D) 38 E) can’t be determined
21. In a row of students, Ramu is 12th from the left end Somu is 17th from the right end. When Ramu and Somu interchange their positions Somu becomes 27th from the right. How many students are there between Ramu and Somu?
A) 9 B) 12 C) 8 D) 18 E) can’t be determined
22. In a class Rajesh 37th from the top Madhu is 62 from the bottom of the same class. If 12 students are seated between them, then find the minimum and maximum strength of that class?
A) 85, 111 B) 90, 115 C) 98 ,122 D) 100,120 E) none
= Top + Bottom − Middle − 2
Minimum strength = 37 + 62 − 12 − 2
= Top + Bottom + Middle
= 37 + 62 + 12
23. A row consists 13 members in that row first and last person seated by female and remaining every second person seated by male then find the total strength of male members?
A) 5 B) 6 C) 8 D) 4 E) none
Directions (Qs. 24 - 26): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. There are six persons – F, G, H, I, J and K each person has different weights. F is heavier than I but lighter than K. G is heavier than I and J. K is not the heaviest person. H is lighter than F but heavier than I. J is not the lightest person. The weight of the second heaviest person is 50kg. The weight of the second lightest person is 20 kg.
24. How many persons heavier than H?
A) Two B) None C) One D) Three E) More than three
25. Which of the following person is heaviest?
A) F B) G C) I D) J E) H
26. What is the possible weight of F?
A) 52 kg B) 18 kg C) 51 kg D) 35 kg E) 17 kg