# Crack SBI Clerk 2018 – Reasoning Ability (Seating Arrangement) Day-64

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Practice Reasoning Seating Arrangement Questions (Day-64)

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Directions (1-5) Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.

A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H were captains of different cricket teams such as IND, AUS, SA, SL, NZ, ENG, PAK and WI sitting around a circular table at equidistant but not necessarily in the same order. Each captain has won different matches such as 5, 10, 15, 20, 22, 23, 25 and 30 but not necessarily in the same order. No two successive captains sit together according to the alphabetical order. All of them were facing towards the centre.

There were two person sits between A and the one, who is the captain of AUS. D sits opposite to the SA captain. The SL captain sits second to the right of D. B is not adjacent to WI captain. The NZ captain sits to the immediate left of G. The one, who has won 25 matches, sits opposite to the PAK captain. H was not SL captain. There were two person sits between G and the WI captain. A has won half of the matches won by the IND captain. The SA captain sits third to the left of B. The one who has won 20 matches sits second to the right of C. The one, who has won 10 matches, sits opposite to the AUS captain. The difference between the matches won by G and the ENG captain is seven. Only one person sits between WI captain and the one who has won 10 matches. H does not win the matches in multiple of five. PAK captain sits second to the right of F. B was not WI captain.

Q1. D has won how many matches?

1. 15
2. 20
3. 22
4. 23
5. 25

Q2. Who among the following is the captain of NZ?

1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D
5. E

Q3. How many persons are there between B and the one, who has won 15 matches when counted anticlockwise direction from B?

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
5. None

Q4. Which of the following combination is true?

1. F – WI – 15
2. A – PAK – 10
3. G – ENG – 30
4. H – SA – 22
5. E – NZ – 25

Q5. If G is related to SA and E is related to PAK then in the same way A is related to?

1. IND
2. NZ
3. WI
4. ENG
5. AUS

Directions (6-10) Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.

There were ten students sitting in twelve seats in two parallel rows containing five students each,in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent students. In row 1, A, B, C, D and E are seated and all of them are facing north, and in row 2, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting and all of them are facing south. One of the seats is vacant in each row. Therefore, in the given seating arrangement each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. All of them like different colours such as pink, red, yellow, white, black, brown, blue, green, grey and violet but not necessarily in the same order.

E faces the one who sits second to the right of Q. The immediate neighbour of E faces the one, who likes black colour. There were three persons sit between P and the one who likes green colour. A sits second to the left of the one who likes grey colour. There were two person sits between B and the one who likes yellow colour. The one who likes pink colour sits to the immediate left of D. Q do not like brown colour. The immediate neighbour of D faces the one who likes red colour. A does not face the one who likes green colour. The one who likes violet colour sits second to the left of the vacant seat. P sits at any one of the ends. Either A or the one, who likes grey colour sit adjacent to the vacant seat. Only one person sits between T and the one who likes black colour. The one who likes brown colour sits second to the right of the vacant seat. S faces the one who likes yellow colour. B faces the one who sits second to the left of white. The immediate neighbour of A faces the one who likes brown colour. The immediate neighbour of the one who likes green colour faces the one, who likes violet colour.

Q6. A likes which of the following colour?

1. Pink
2. Red
3. Black
4. Blue
5. White

Q7. Who among the following sits opposite to the one who likes violet colour?

1. P
2. Q
3. R
4. S
5. T

Q8. Who among the following sit adjacent to the vacant seat?

1. The one who likes pink colour
2. The one who likes red colour
3. The one who likes green colour
4. C
5. T

Q9. If D is related to white colour and A is related to brown colour then E is related to?

1. Pink
2. Red
3. Black
4. Blue
5. Grey

Q10. What is the position of T with respect to the one who likes pink colour?

1. Third to the left
2. Third to the right
3. T faces the one, who sits second to the right of D
4. T faces the one, who sits third to the right of E
5. Immediate left

Directions (1-5)

There were two person sits between A and the one, who is the captain of AUS. The one, who has won 10 matches, sits opposite to the AUS captain. Only one person sits between WI captain and the one who has won 10 matches.There were two person sits between G and the WI captain.The NZ captain sits to the immediate left of G.The SA captain sits third to the left of B. B is not adjacent to WI captain.B was not WI captain. The SL captain sits second to the right of D. PAK captain sits second to the right of F. D sits opposite to the SA captain. The one, who has won 25 matches, sits opposite to the PAK captain. A has won half of the matches won by the IND captain.

CASE 1:The NZ captain sits to the immediate left of G.

CASE 2:

CASE 2(A): PAK captain sits second to the right of F.

CASE 2(B):

CASE 3: A cannot be 25 because A has won half of the matches won by the IND captain.

CASE 3(A):

The difference between the matches won by G and the ENG captain is seven. The one who has won 20 matches sits second to the right of C. H does not win the matches in multiple of five.H was not SL captain. A has won half of the matches won by the IND captain.

CASE 3(A):H was not SL captain.

CASE 2(B):

CASE 2:The difference between the matches won by G and the ENG captain is seven. Here G is 25. So ENG captain may win 18 or 32 matches. But both 18 and 32 does not exist.

Directions (6-10)

P sits at any one of the ends. There were three persons sit between P and the one who likes green colour. The immediate neighbour of the one who likes green colour faces the one, who likes violet colour. The one who likes violet colour sits second to the left of the vacant seat. A sits second to the left of the one who likes grey colour. Either A or the one, who likes grey colour sit adjacent to the vacant seat. The immediate neighbour of A faces the one who likes brown colour. A does not face the one who likes green colour. The one who likes brown colour sits second to the right of the vacant seat. Q do not like brown colour. E faces the one who sits second to the right of Q. The immediate neighbour of E faces the one, who likes black colour.

CASE 1: There were three persons sit between P and the one who likes green colour.The immediate neighbour of E faces the one, who likes black colour.

CASE 2:

CASE 3:A does not face the one who likes green colour.

Only one person sits between T and the one who likes black colour. B faces the one who sits second to the left of white.There were two person sits between B and the one who likes yellow colour. S faces the one who likes yellow colour.The immediate neighbour of D faces the one who likes red colour. The one who likes pink colour sits to the immediate left of D.

CASE 2: