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**Directions (Qs.1-2) :**

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Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below

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There are five statues – L, M, N,

O and P – each of them having different height. Statue L is smaller than only

statue M. Statue O is smaller than statue N. Statue O is longer than statue P.

The height of the tallest statue is 20 feet. The height of the second smallest

statue is 11 feet.

O and P – each of them having different height. Statue L is smaller than only

statue M. Statue O is smaller than statue N. Statue O is longer than statue P.

The height of the tallest statue is 20 feet. The height of the second smallest

statue is 11 feet.

1. What Will be the height of statue P?

1) 13 feet 2) 15 feet

3) 9 feet 4) 12 feet

5) 14 feet

2. What Will be the height of the third tallest statue?

1) 13 feet 2) 10 feet

3) 19 feet 4) 9 feet

5) 11 feet

**Directions (Qs. 3-9):**

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

Eight friends -R, S, T, U, V, W,

X and Y – are sitting around a circular table facing the centre, but not

necessarily in the same order. Each of the them studies in the different

Standards viz, standards I to Standard VIII, but not necessarily in the same

order. T is second to the right of the person who studies in standard VII. Only

one person sits between T and the person who studies in standard V. X is

sitting third to the left of the person who studies in Standard VIII. The

person studying in Standard VIII is not an immediate neighbour of the person

studying in Standard VII. T does not study in Standard VIII. The person

studying in Standard VI to the left of U. U does not study in Standard V or

Standard VIII. The persons studying in Standard VI and VII are immediate

neighbours of each other. One of the immediate neighbours of the person

studying in Standard VIII, studies in Standard II. S and Y are immediate

neighbours of each other. There is one person between S and R. V does not study

in Standard I. R studies in Standard V. Y does not study in Standard II. W is

sitting between the person who study in Standard VII and Standard IV. X is

second to the right of the person studying in Standard I.

X and Y – are sitting around a circular table facing the centre, but not

necessarily in the same order. Each of the them studies in the different

Standards viz, standards I to Standard VIII, but not necessarily in the same

order. T is second to the right of the person who studies in standard VII. Only

one person sits between T and the person who studies in standard V. X is

sitting third to the left of the person who studies in Standard VIII. The

person studying in Standard VIII is not an immediate neighbour of the person

studying in Standard VII. T does not study in Standard VIII. The person

studying in Standard VI to the left of U. U does not study in Standard V or

Standard VIII. The persons studying in Standard VI and VII are immediate

neighbours of each other. One of the immediate neighbours of the person

studying in Standard VIII, studies in Standard II. S and Y are immediate

neighbours of each other. There is one person between S and R. V does not study

in Standard I. R studies in Standard V. Y does not study in Standard II. W is

sitting between the person who study in Standard VII and Standard IV. X is

second to the right of the person studying in Standard I.

3. Who among the following is sitting third to the right of

T.

T.

1) S

2) The person studying in Standard II

3) The person studying in Standard V

4) Y

5) The person studying in Standard I

4. Who among the following is sitting just opposite to ‘R’?

1) The person studying in Standard VI

2) W

3) The person studying in Standard V

4) S

5) The person studying in Standard VII

5. Which of the following pairs represents the immediate neighbours

of ‘V’?

of ‘V’?

1) R and person studying in Standard VIII

2) S and the person studying in Standard III

3) The person studying in Standard V and Y

4) Cannot be determined

5) None of these

6. What is the position of ‘W’ with respect to ‘S’?

1) Fourth to the right 2) Fourth to the left

3) Third to the right 4) Fifth to the right

5) Sixth to the left

7. Starting from R, if all the persons are made to sit in

the alphabetical order in clockwise direction, the positions of how many

(excluding R) will remain unchanged?

the alphabetical order in clockwise direction, the positions of how many

(excluding R) will remain unchanged?

1) Two 2) Three

3) Four 4) One

5) None

8. Who among the following is sitting fourth to the left of

the person who studies in Standard II?

the person who studies in Standard II?

1) U 2) W

3) X 4) S

5) Cannot be determined

9. Who among the following is sitting exactly between the person

who studies in Standard III and W?

who studies in Standard III and W?

1) T 2) U

3) R 4) V

5) Y

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