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Direction (1 โ 5): Read the following information carefully answer the questions given below.

Kalai, Kavi, Kani, Kamal, Kajal, Kunal, Kailash and Kayal are the eight persons living in eight different floors. The lowermost floor numbered one, its above floor numbered two and so on till top most floor numbered eight. They are in different weights namely 65, 70, 74, 80, 83, 85, 90 and 92 Kgs. All the given information are not necessarily in same order

Only two persons lives between Kayal and Kajal. The person who was second weightiest among all will stay in second floor. Not more than three persons lives above the person whose weight is 83kgs. Kavi lives immediately above Kajal, who lives below Kayal. Number of persons sits between Kajal and Kamal is equal to the number of person lives between Kalai and Kunal. Kunal lives one of the floor above the person whose weight is 83. Kalai lives in even numbered floor, whose weight was divisible by 10. Kamal was lighter than Kailash, who does not lives any floor above Kamal. Not more than two persons lives between Kunal and Kalai.ย  The difference of weight of the person who lives in eight floor and the weight of person in third floor is equal to the difference of weight of persons in Sixth and Second floor. Neither Kajal nor Kayal was weightiest among the group. Kamal was heavier than the person in third floor, who was heavier than Kalai. The person who lives in fourth and fifth floor was not 74kgs. Kayal was heavier than Kalai.

1). Who among the following person was heaviest person?

a). Kunal

b). Kavi

c). Kalai

d). Kailash

e). None of these

2). Who among the following person who second heaviest among the group?

a). Kailash

b).Kajal

c). Kamal

d). Cannot be determined

e). None of these

3). How many persons are heavier than Kavi?

a). One

b). Two

c). Three

d). Four

e). More than four

4). How many persons are living below are lighter than the person who lives in fifth floor?

a). One

b). Two

c). Three

d). Four

e). None

5). How many persons lives between Kamal and Kalai?

a). One

b). Two

c). Three

d). More than four

e). None

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Direction (6 โ 10): A number arrangement machine arranges three digit numbers into a typical manner. Each step gives output taking input from the previous step. The following is an illustration of Input and rearrangement. Using the illustration answer the question given below.

Input: ย 653 879ย  321ย  981ย  567ย  245ย  799

Step 1: 642 868ย  310ย  970ย  556ย  234ย  788

Step 2: 321 434ย  155ย  485ย  278ย  117ย  394

Step 3: 314ย  427ย  148ย  478ย  271ย  110ย  387

Step 4: 338ย  451ย  172ย  502ย  295ย ย  134ย  411

Input: 579ย  931ย  765ย  893ย  935ย  635ย  197

6). What is the difference of second and sixth number in the Step 3, from left end?

a). 541

b). 537

c). 367

d). 145

e). None of these

7). What is the sum of third and fourth number from left in step 4, from left end?

a). 110

b). 385

c). 800

d). 852

e). None of these

8). Which of the following number will be second to the left of the number which from right end in step 2?

a). 568

b). 462

c). 377

d). 277

e). None of these

9). What is the sum of first and last number in step 4?

a). 301

b). 487

c). 411

d). 458

e). 497

10). What is the difference between third and fifth number in step 4, from left end?

a). 80

b). 64

c). 85

d). 63

e). Cannot be determined

Direction (11 โ 15): Read the following information carefully answer the questions given below.

A certain number of persons sitting in a linear row facing South. P sits second to the right of F. Only two persons sits between F and G. Six persons sits between G and H. J sits third to the right of K. L sits fifth to the right of G. Not more than two persons sit between L and H. Not more than five persons sits to the right of H. J sits fifth to the left of F. Only three persons sits between J and D. Not less than nine persons sits between L and D.

11). How many persons are sits between F and D?

a). One

b). Two

c). Three

d). Four

e). More than Four

12). How many persons are sitting in the linear line?

a). Nine

b). Twenty

c). Nineteen

d). Twenty one

e). None of these

13). How many persons sits between L and H?

a). One

b). Two

c). Three

d). None of these

e). None

14). How many persons sits to the left of F, in the linear arrangement?

a). Ten

b). Eight

c). Seven

d). Nine

e). None of these

15). How many persons sits between J and L?

a). Ten

b). Eleven

c). Twelve

d). Thirteen

e). None

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Direction (16 โ 18): Read the following information carefully answer the questions given below.

A, C, E, D, J, I and K are theย  seven members in a family. The personโs name with vowel are female and the person name with consonant are either male or female. There are three generations in the family.

E is the children of D, who has one sister and one brother. K is the son of J. C is the mother of J. K is the son of J. A was a married woman and was not a mother of K.

16). Which of the following information was definitely true?

a). A is father of K

b). D is the only brother of I

c). Kโs uncle is D

d). C has only one grand child

e). Both C and D.

17). How was A related to D?

a). Husband

b). Sister โ in – law

c). Brother โ in- law

d). Wife

e). Cannot be determined

18). How was I related to E?

a). Niece

b). Aunt

c). Sister

d). Grand mother

e). None of these

Direction (19โ 20): Read the following information carefully answer the questions given below.

A stands 4 meter north of B, who stands 6 meter west of D. C stands 4 meter south of D, who stands 10 meter east of F. E stands 6 meter south of H, who stands 3 meter east of A.

19). On what direction does E located with respect to C?

a). South

b). North West

c). South East

d). South West

e). North

20). What is the shortest distance between F and E?

a). 53 meter

b). 50 meter

c). 49 meter

d). 7 meter

e). โ53 meter.

Direction (1 โ 5):

i). Only two persons lives between Kayal and Kajal.

ii). The person who was second weightiest among all will stay in second floor.

iii). Kavi lives immediately above Kajal, who lives below Kayal.

 Case(i) Case(ii) Case(iii) Case(iv) 8 Kayal 7 Kayal 6 Kavi Kayal 5 Kajal Kavi Kayal 4 Kajal Kavi 3 Kajal Kavi 2 90 90 90 Kajal 90 1

iv). Not more than three persons lives above the person whose weight is 83kgs.

v). Kunal lives one of the floor above the person whose weight is 83.

vi). Kalai lives in even numbered floor, whose weight was divisible by 10.

vii). Number of persons sits between Kajal and Kamal is equal to the number of person lives between Kalai and Kunal.

viii). Not more than two persons lives between Kunal and Kalai.

ix). Kamal was lighter than Kailash, who does not lives any floor aboveย  Kamal.

x). The difference of weight of the person who lives in eight floor and the weight of person in third floor is equal to the difference of weight of persons in Sixth and Second floor.

xi). Neither Kajal nor Kayal was weightest among the group.

xii). Kamal was heavier than the person in third floor, who was heavier than the person in Kalai.

xiii). The person who lives in fourth and fifth floor was not 74kgs.

xiv). Kamal was heavier than the person in third floor, who was heavier than the person in Kalai.

xv). Neither Kajal nor Kayal was weightest among the group.

xvi). Kayal was heavier than Kalai.

 Case(ii) 8 Kunal 65 7 Kayal 74 6 Kalai 70 5 Kavi 83 4 Kajal 80 3 Kani 85 2 Kamal 90 1 Kailash 92

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 8 Kunal 65 7 Kayal 74 6 Kalai 70 5 Kavi 83 4 Kajal 80 3 Kani 85 2 Kamal 90 1 Kailash 92

Direction (6 โ 10):

Step 1 –> subtract 11

Step 2 –> Divide 2 from step 1

Step 3 –> Subtract 7 from above number

Step 4 –> Add 24 to the above number

Input : 579ย  931ย  765ย  893ย  935ย ย  635ย ย  197

Step 1: 568ย  920ย  754ย  882ย ย  924ย  624ย  186

Step 2: 284ย  460ย  377ย  441ย ย  462ย  312ย ย  93

Step 3: 277ย  453ย  370ย  434ย ย  455ย ย  305ย  86

Step 4: 301ย  477ย  394ย  458ย ย  479ย ย  329ย ย  110

Direction (11 โ 15):

i). P sits second to the right of F.

ii). Only two persons sits between F and G.

iii). Six persons sits between G and H.

Case (i): P __ F ___ย  ___ย  G ___ย ย  ___ย  ____ย  ____ย ย  ___ย  ____ย  H

Case (ii): H __ย ย  P __ F ___ย  ___ย  G

Case (iii):ย ย  G __ย  ___ย  P __ F ___ย  H

Case (iv): H ___ย ย  ___ ____ย  ____ย  ____ย  ____ย  G __ย  ___ย  P __ F

iv). L sits fifth to the right of G (Case(i) and Case(ii) does not follows)

v). Not more than two persons sit between L and H.

vi). J sits fifth to the left of F.

vii). Only three persons sits between J and D.

viii). Not less than nine persons sits between L and D.

ix).J sits third to the right of K.

Hย  __ย  Lย ย  __ย  ___ย  ___ย  ___ย ย  Gย  Pย  ___ย  Fย  __ย  ___ย  ___ย  ___ย  Jย  ___ย ย  ___ย  Kย ย  D

Direction (16 โ 18):