# Puzzle for IBPS RRB Assistant Mains Exams – 3

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Directions for
questions 1–6: Study the statements given below and answer the questions.

different nations are staying in different rooms in succession in the same row
in a hotel. Each of them owns a different number of cars and has donated to
different number of institutions during the last year. The businessman in Room
no. 102 owns twice as many as the number of cars owned by the businessmen who
has donated to 8 institutions in the last year. The businessman from Uruguay
and the businessman in Room no. 106 together own 40 cars in total. The
businessman from Argentina owns 8 cars less than the businessman from England
but donated to 10 more institutions in the last year. Four times the number of
cars owned by the businessman in Room no. 104 is lesser than the number of
institutions to which he has donated in the last year. The businessman in Room
No. 103 owns 12 cars and donated to 8 institutions in the last year. The
businessman who owns 16 cars donated to 24 institutions in the last year. The
businessman in Room no. 105 owns 8 cars and donated to 2 institutions less than
those donated by the businessman from Canada in the last year. The Brazilian
1. In which room is Brazilians businessman staying?
(a) Room no. 102
(b) Room no. 103
(c) Room no. 104
(d) Room no. 105
2. What is the number of institutions to which the Argentinean
businessman donated in the last year?
(a) 8
(b) 3
(c) 18
(d) 24
3. The businessman of which country is staying in room no.
106?
(a) Argentina
(c) Uruguay
(d) Germany
4. The businessman of which country has donated to 24
institutions in the last year?
(a) Argentina
(b) Uruguay
(d) Germany
5. The businessman of which country owns the highest number
of cars?
(a) Argentina
(b) Uruguay
(c) Germany
(d) Brazil
6. How many cars are owned by the English businessman?
(a) 8
(b) 12
(c) 4
(d) 20

Directions for
questions 7–8:
Answer the questions based on the following information.
Director of an institute wants to
distribute teaching assignments of HRM, Psychology, Development Studies, Trade
policy and Finance to five of six newly appointed faculty members. Prof.
Fotedar does not want any assignment if Prof. Das gets one of the five. Prof. Chaudhary
desires either HRM or Finance or no assignment. Prof. Banik opines that if
Prof. Das gets either Psychology or Trade Policy then she must get the other
one. Prof. Eswar insists on an assignment if Prof. Acharya gets one.
7. Which of the following is valid faculty – assignment combination
if all the faculty preferences are considered?
(a) Prof. Acharya – HRM, Prof. Banik – Psychology, Prof. Chaudhary
– Development studies, Prof. Das – Trade
Policy, Prof. Eswar – Finance
(b) Prof. Chaudhary  –
HRM, Prof. Das – Psychology, Prof. Acharya – Development studies, Prof. Banik –
Trade Policy, Prof. Eswar – Finance
(c) Prof. Acharya – HRM, Prof. Banik – Psychology, Prof.
Eswar – Development studies, Prof. Das – Trade Policy, Prof. Fotedar – Finance
(d) Prof. Banik – HRM, Prof. Fotedar – Psychology, Prof. Eswar
– Development studies, Prof. Chaudhuri – Trade Policy, Prof. Acharya – Finance
8. If Prof. Acharya gets HRM and Prof. Chaudhary gets Finance,
then which of the following is not a correct faculty-assignment combination
assuming all faculty preferences are considered?
(a) Prof. Das – Development Studies, Prof. Banik – Trade
Policy
(b) Prof. Fotedar – Development Studies, Prof. Banik – Trade
Policy
(c) Prof. Banik – Development Studies, Prof. Eswar – Trade
Policy
(d) Prof. Banik – Development Studies, Prof. Das – Trade
Policy

1. D
2. C
3. D
4. D
5. B
6. B

From the information given we can draw the following table:

Let us assume that the number of Canadian institute they have donated is x, then that from Brazil is x – 2.
On the basis of data above table is drawn. From information 10, residents of Canada, England and Brazil are staying
in alternate rooms in that order starting from left.
Though room numbers of residents of Canada, England and Brazil can also be 102, 104 and 106 respectively.

7. B
8. D