# Order and Ranking

Directions (Qs. 1 - 4): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Seven buildings viz., S, T, U, V, W, X and Y are of different heights. Y is taller than U but shorter than T, which is not the tallest building. X is shorter than U but not the shortest building. S is taller than both U and V. W is taller than S. As many buildings are taller than Y as shorter than U. The height of the second tallest building is 216 feet and the height of the second smallest building is 154 feet.

1. If the sum of the height of T and S is 400 feet and the difference between the height of S and U is 14 feet, then what is the height of building U?

A) 168 ft    B) 172 ft    C) 170 ft    D) 166 ft    E) 176 ft

2. If the height of the largest building is a square value but not more than 260 ft, then what is the height of W?

A) 225 ft    B) 196 ft    C) 256 ft    D) 169 ft   E) cannot be determined

3. what is the possible height of building V?

A) 162 ft    B) 158 ft    C) 160 ft    D) 152 ft    E) 156 ft

4. How many buildings are taller than U?

A) six    B) as many buildings shorter than Y

C) one  D) as many buildings shorter than S    E) five

Directions (Qs. 5 - 6): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are released different number of books in the year. D released more books than A. C released more books than only F. The difference between the books released by C and F is three. E released square value of the number of the books released by F. A released twice that of C. B released two books less than E. B released three books more than D. the one who releases the second lowest number of books released 8 books.

5. How many persons are released more books than D?

A) Three   B) Two   C) Four    D) Five    E) One

6. What is the sum of the books released by B and C?

A) 31   B) 32    C) 33    D) 34    E) 30

Directions (Qs. 7 - 9): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions Seven cities - A, B, C, D, E, F and G have different number of petrol bunks. City G has four bunks more than city E. City C has less bunk than only one city. The number of cities have more bunks than G is the same as the number of cities have less bunks than D. City D has three bunks more than city G. City A has less bunk than city E. The difference between the bunks in cities D and F is twice the difference between the bunks in cities F and G. City G has thrice the petrol bunk than city A. The city which has the second lowest number of bunks has five bunks.

7. How many cities have more bunks than D?

A) Three   B) Two   C) Four   D) Five   E) One

8. If B has two bunks more than the C which has twice the bunks in the third lowest city, then what is the sum of the bunks in city B and city C?

A) 31   B) 40    C) 38    D) 36   E) 42

9. If city H has more bunks than city F and less bunks than D, then what is the sum of the bunks in cities H and A?

A) 14   B) 16   C) 15    D) 13   E) 12

Key

1-C;   2-C;   3-D;   4-B;   5-B;   6-A;   7-B;   8-C;   9-A.

Posted Date : 08-02-2024

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