# NIACL AO Prelims â€“ Reasoning Ability Questions Day-77

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Direction (1-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Seven persons are sitting in a straight row facing north. They all are belong to different cities of India viz., Chennai, Patna, Lucknow, Pune, Delhi, Mumbai and Kanpur but not necessary in the same order.

Â Â Â Â Â Â Â  Only two persons are sitting between R and the one who belongs to Delhi. R sits second from either ends of the row. S sits to the immediate right of the one who belongs to Delhi. Three persons are sitting between the one who belongs to Lucknow and U, who is an immediate neighbour of S. The one who belongs to Chennai sits second to the right of the one who belongs to Mumbai. S and U do not belong to Chennai. The one who belongs to Kanpur sits second to the right of Q.P is an immediate neighbour of the one who belongs to Kanpur. P does not belong to Chennai. As many persons are sitting between the one who belongs to Kanpur and V is same as between Q and the one who belongs to Patna. T and U do not belong to Patna.

1) Who among the following persons sits at the extreme ends of the row?

a) P, T

b) T, Q

c) V, P

d) S, T

e) None of these

2) V belongs to which of the following cities?

a) Patna

b) Kanpur

c) Pune

d) Chennai

e) Lucknow

3) Which of the following statements is true?

a) S sits at one of the extreme ends of the row

b) Q belongs to Delhi

c) Only two persons are sitting between V and U

d) T sits to immediate left of the one who belongs to Mumbai

e) None is true

4) How many persons are sitting between R and the one who belongs to Chennai?

a) More than three

b) Three

c) Two

d) One

e) None

5) If V is related to Delhi and S is related to Mumbai in a certain way. Then, T is related to which of the following?

a) Lucknow

b) Patna

c) Kanpur

d) Chennai

e) Pune

Directions (6â€“10): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer

a) If only conclusion I is true.

b) If only conclusion II is true.

c) If either conclusion I or II is true.

d) If neither conclusion I nor II is true.

e) If both conclusions I and II are true.

6)

Statements: Zâ‰¤D<F=Tâ‰¥G; Jâ‰¥T>L=Nâ‰¤M.

Conclusions:

I. Z<N

II. J>D

7)

Statements:Â Q>W=Dâ‰¥Bâ‰¤K; Hâ‰¤W<Eâ‰¥Aâ‰¥U.

Conclusions:

I. Uâ‰¤D

II. E>K

8)

Statements:Â C<Zâ‰¤Y=Tâ‰¥E; P>Lâ‰¥Eâ‰¥S<V.

Conclusions:

I. Yâ‰¥S

II. P>Z

9)

Statements:X=Dâ‰¥M>Nâ‰¤P; Râ‰¥Aâ‰¤T=E<N.

Conclusions:

I. E<X

II. M>A

10)

Statements:Â M<I=Xâ‰¤Tâ‰¥U; Râ‰¤E<X=Sâ‰¥B.

Conclusions:

I. Tâ‰¥R

II. Bâ‰¤T

Direction (1-5):

• Only two persons are sitting between R and the one who belongs to Delhi. R sits second from either ends of the row. S sits to the immediate right of the one who belongs to Delhi.

• Three persons are sitting between the one who belongs to Lucknow and U, who is an immediate neighbour of S.
• The one who belongs to Chennai sits second to the right of the one who belongs to Mumbai. S and U do not belong to Chennai.

• The one who belongs to Kanpur sits second to the right of Q.
• So, Case-2(a) will be dropped.
• P is an immediate neighbour of the one who belongs to Kanpur. P does not belong to Chennai.
• So, Case-2(b) will be dropped.

• As many persons are sitting between the one who belongs to Kanpur and V is same as between Q and the one who belongs to Patna. T and U do not belong to Patna.
• So, Case-1(b) will be dropped.

Directions (6-10):

I. Z<N –> Zâ‰¤D<F=T>L=N –> False

II. J>D –> Jâ‰¥T=F>D –> True

I. Uâ‰¤D –> Uâ‰¤Aâ‰¤E>W=D –> False

II. E>K –> E>W=Dâ‰¥Bâ‰¤K –> False

I. Yâ‰¥S –> Y=Tâ‰¥Eâ‰¥S –> True

II. P>Z –> P>Lâ‰¥Eâ‰¤T=Yâ‰¥Z –> False

I. E<X –> E<N<Mâ‰¤D=X –> True

II. M>A –> M>N>E=Tâ‰¥A –> True

I. Tâ‰¥R –> Tâ‰¥X>Eâ‰¥R –> False

II. Bâ‰¤T –> Bâ‰¤S=Xâ‰¤T –> True