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# Linear Based Arrangement & Coded Inequality :: 7th September, 2021

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Question 1

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Seven students – Sara, Teena, Uma, Vani, Warner, Xing and Yoyo are sitting in a straight line. Some of them are facing South and some of them are facing North. Only two persons sit to the left of Vani. The immediate neighbours of Sara face the opposite directions. Yoyo faces North. The immediate neighbours of Uma face the same directions. Only two persons sit between Vani and Warner. Sara faces the same direction as Uma. Sara sits second to the left of Warner. Only one person sits between Sara and Uma. Warner sits to the immediate left of Yoyo. Xing sits third to the left of Uma. Teena is not an immediate neighbour of Warner.

How many persons sit between Yoyo and Teena?

Question 2

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Seven students – Sara, Teena, Uma, Vani, Warner, Xing and Yoyo are sitting in a straight line. Some of them are facing South and some of them are facing North. Only two persons sit to the left of Vani. The immediate neighbours of Sara face the opposite directions. Yoyo faces North. The immediate neighbours of Uma face the same directions. Only two persons sit between Vani and Warner. Sara faces the same direction as Uma. Sara sits second to the left of Warner. Only one person sits between Sara and Uma. Warner sits to the immediate left of Yoyo. Xing sits third to the left of Uma. Teena is not an immediate neighbour of Warner.
Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and thus form a group as per the given arrangement. Who among the following doesn’t belong to the group?

Question 3

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Seven students – Sara, Teena, Uma, Vani, Warner, Xing and Yoyo are sitting in a straight line. Some of them are facing South and some of them are facing North. Only two persons sit to the left of Vani. The immediate neighbours of Sara face the opposite directions. Yoyo faces North. The immediate neighbours of Uma face the same directions. Only two persons sit between Vani and Warner. Sara faces the same direction as Uma. Sara sits second to the left of Warner. Only one person sits between Sara and Uma. Warner sits to the immediate left of Yoyo. Xing sits third to the left of Uma. Teena is not an immediate neighbour of Warner.
What is the position of Vani with respect to Teena?

Question 4

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Seven students – Sara, Teena, Uma, Vani, Warner, Xing and Yoyo are sitting in a straight line. Some of them are facing South and some of them are facing North. Only two persons sit to the left of Vani. The immediate neighbours of Sara face the opposite directions. Yoyo faces North. The immediate neighbours of Uma face the same directions. Only two persons sit between Vani and Warner. Sara faces the same direction as Uma. Sara sits second to the left of Warner. Only one person sits between Sara and Uma. Warner sits to the immediate left of Yoyo. Xing sits third to the left of Uma. Teena is not an immediate neighbour of Warner.
How many persons face South direction?

Question 5

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Seven students – Sara, Teena, Uma, Vani, Warner, Xing and Yoyo are sitting in a straight line. Some of them are facing South and some of them are facing North. Only two persons sit to the left of Vani. The immediate neighbours of Sara face the opposite directions. Yoyo faces North. The immediate neighbours of Uma face the same directions. Only two persons sit between Vani and Warner. Sara faces the same direction as Uma. Sara sits second to the left of Warner. Only one person sits between Sara and Uma. Warner sits to the immediate left of Yoyo. Xing sits third to the left of Uma. Teena is not an immediate neighbour of Warner.
Which of the following is true about the given arrangement?

Question 6

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A & B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B.
A % B means A is neither smaller than nor greater than B.
A * B means A is not greater than B.
A \$ B means A is greater than B.
A @ B means A is either greater than or equal to B.
Statement: A \$ B @ C * D; C % E @ F
Conclusions
I. A \$ D
II. F * D

Question 7

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A & B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B.
A % B means A is neither smaller than nor greater than B.
A * B means A is not greater than B.
A \$ B means A is greater than B.
A @ B means A is either greater than or equal to B.
Statement: N @ T \$ P * Q; T \$ R; P \$ S
Conclusions
I.T \$ S
II. R & N

Question 8

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A & B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B.
A % B means A is neither smaller than nor greater than B.
A * B means A is not greater than B.
A \$ B means A is greater than B.
A @ B means A is either greater than or equal to B.
Statement: M * N & O @ P; O * Q * S
Conclusions
I. Q \$ M
II. P * S

Question 9

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A & B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B.
A % B means A is neither smaller than nor greater than B.
A * B means A is not greater than B.
A \$ B means A is greater than B.
A @ B means A is either greater than or equal to B.
Statement: G @ H @ I % J @ K; A * J
Conclusions:
I.A & G
II. A % G

Question 10

Direction: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.

A & B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B.
A % B means A is neither smaller than nor greater than B.
A * B means A is not greater than B.
A \$ B means A is greater than B.
A @ B means A is either greater than or equal to B.
Statement: N @ T \$ P * Q; T \$ R; P \$ S
Conclusions:
I. R & Q
II. Q \$ S
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