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# Puzzle (Tabulation) & Coded Inequality :: 25th December, 2020

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Question 1

K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are seven dancers. Two of them learn Salsa and two learn Bharatnatyam. The rest three learns Hip Hop, Kathak and Kuchipudi. They take training from renowned choreographer viz. Prabhu Deva, Shamak Dabar and Birju Maharaj in their academies. Only three of these dancers are male. There is one male in each academy. The dancers who are learning the same dance do not learn from the same choreographer.

O learns Kathak from Shaimak Dabar. P learns Bharatnatyam from Prabhu Deva. Birju Maharaj does not teach Bharatnatyam to his students. Q and L are the only students in Birju Maharaj’s academy. M and N do not have the same teacher. K goes in the academy in which neither P nor M goes. K, who is a male learns Salsa and his friend L learns Kuchipudi. One of the males is a Hip Hop dancer. Q does not learn Hip Hop. None of the males learns Kuchipudi.
Which of the following is the group of males?

Question 2

K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are seven dancers. Two of them learn Salsa and two learn Bharatnatyam. The rest three learns Hip Hop, Kathak and Kuchipudi. They take training from renowned choreographer viz. Prabhu Deva, Shamak Dabar and Birju Maharaj in their academies. Only three of these dancers are male. There is one male in each academy. The dancers who are learning the same dance do not learn from the same choreographer.

O learns Kathak from Shaimak Dabar. P learns Bharatnatyam from Prabhu Deva. Birju Maharaj does not teach Bharatnatyam to his students. Q and L are the only students in Birju Maharaj’s academy. M and N do not have the same teacher. K goes in the academy in which neither P nor M goes. K, who is a male learns Salsa and his friend L learns Kuchipudi. One of the males is a Hip Hop dancer. Q does not learn Hip Hop. None of the males learns Kuchipudi.
Who learn Bharatnatyam?

Question 3

K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are seven dancers. Two of them learn Salsa and two learn Bharatnatyam. The rest three learns Hip Hop, Kathak and Kuchipudi. They take training from renowned choreographer viz. Prabhu Deva, Shamak Dabar and Birju Maharaj in their academies. Only three of these dancers are male. There is one male in each academy. The dancers who are learning the same dance do not learn from the same choreographer.

O learns Kathak from Shaimak Dabar. P learns Bharatnatyam from Prabhu Deva. Birju Maharaj does not teach Bharatnatyam to his students. Q and L are the only students in Birju Maharaj’s academy. M and N do not have the same teacher. K goes in the academy in which neither P nor M goes. K, who is a male learns Salsa and his friend L learns Kuchipudi. One of the males is a Hip Hop dancer. Q does not learn Hip Hop. None of the males learns Kuchipudi.
Who are the students of Shaimak Dabar?

Question 4

K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are seven dancers. Two of them learn Salsa and two learn Bharatnatyam. The rest three learns Hip Hop, Kathak and Kuchipudi. They take training from renowned choreographer viz. Prabhu Deva, Shamak Dabar and Birju Maharaj in their academies. Only three of these dancers are male. There is one male in each academy. The dancers who are learning the same dance do not learn from the same choreographer.

O learns Kathak from Shaimak Dabar. P learns Bharatnatyam from Prabhu Deva. Birju Maharaj does not teach Bharatnatyam to his students. Q and L are the only students in Birju Maharaj’s academy. M and N do not have the same teacher. K goes in the academy in which neither P nor M goes. K, who is a male learns Salsa and his friend L learns Kuchipudi. One of the males is a Hip Hop dancer. Q does not learn Hip Hop. None of the males learns Kuchipudi.
Which of the following is correct?

Question 5

K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are seven dancers. Two of them learn Salsa and two learn Bharatnatyam. The rest three learns Hip Hop, Kathak and Kuchipudi. They take training from renowned choreographer viz. Prabhu Deva, Shamak Dabar and Birju Maharaj in their academies. Only three of these dancers are male. There is one male in each academy. The dancers who are learning the same dance do not learn from the same choreographer.

O learns Kathak from Shaimak Dabar. P learns Bharatnatyam from Prabhu Deva. Birju Maharaj does not teach Bharatnatyam to his students. Q and L are the only students in Birju Maharaj’s academy. M and N do not have the same teacher. K goes in the academy in which neither P nor M goes. K, who is a male learns Salsa and his friend L learns Kuchipudi. One of the males is a Hip Hop dancer. Q does not learn Hip Hop. None of the males learns Kuchipudi.
Which statement is incorrect about Q?

Question 6

Direction: In each of the questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by some of the conclusions. The symbols have been coded in the statements as well as conclusions. Assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the given conclusions is/are definitely true.

'A < B' means 'A is not smaller than B'.
'A = B' means 'A is not greater than B'.
'A ≥ B' means 'A is neither greater than nor equal to B'.
'A ≤ B’ means 'A is neither smaller than nor equal to B'.
'A > B' means 'A is neither smaller than nor greater than B'.
Statements:
S < R; Q > T ≥ R; Q ≥ L
Conclusions:
I. L ≤ T
II. S < L
III. Q ≥ S
IV. L = R

Question 7

Direction: In each of the questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by some of the conclusions. The symbols have been coded in the statements as well as conclusions. Assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the given conclusions is/are definitely true.

'A < B' means 'A is not smaller than B'.
'A = B' means 'A is not greater than B'.
'A ≥ B' means 'A is neither greater than nor equal to B'.
'A ≤ B’ means 'A is neither smaller than nor equal to B'.
'A > B' means 'A is neither smaller than nor greater than B'.
Statements:
C > D; A ≥ B; E > D; C < B
Conclusions:
I. D < B
II. A ≥ E
III. C = A
IV. B = E

Question 8

Direction: In each of the questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by some of the conclusions. The symbols have been coded in the statements as well as conclusions. Assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the given conclusions is/are definitely true.

'A < B' means 'A is not smaller than B'.
'A = B' means 'A is not greater than B'.
'A ≥ B' means 'A is neither greater than nor equal to B'.
'A ≤ B’ means 'A is neither smaller than nor equal to B'.
'A > B' means 'A is neither smaller than nor greater than B'.
Statements:
P = M < N; O < F; P < F
Conclusions:
I. O = P
II. N ≤ O
III. F = M
IV. N ≥ F

Question 9

Direction: In each of the questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by some of the conclusions. The symbols have been coded in the statements as well as conclusions. Assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the given conclusions is/are definitely true.

'A < B' means 'A is not smaller than B'.
'A = B' means 'A is not greater than B'.
'A ≥ B' means 'A is neither greater than nor equal to B'.
'A ≤ B’ means 'A is neither smaller than nor equal to B'.
'A > B' means 'A is neither smaller than nor greater than B'.
Statements:
Y ≥ U; X < Y; V < W ≤ U
Conclusions:
I. X ≥ V
II. W ≤ Y
III. U < X
IV. Y ≥ V

Question 10

Direction: In each of the questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by some of the conclusions. The symbols have been coded in the statements as well as conclusions. Assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the given conclusions is/are definitely true.

'A < B' means 'A is not smaller than B'.
'A = B' means 'A is not greater than B'.
'A ≥ B' means 'A is neither greater than nor equal to B'.
'A ≤ B’ means 'A is neither smaller than nor equal to B'.
'A > B' means 'A is neither smaller than nor greater than B'.
Statements:
Z ≥ K = G; I > H; H ≥ G
Conclusions:
I. G ≤ I
II. H ≥ Z
III. I < K
IV. K = H
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