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Seating Arrangement (Circular) & Coded Inequality IBPS PO Main 2019:: 21.10.2019

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Question 1

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Rahul, Deepak, Rohit, Sumit, Arpit, and Manish are six friends, who belong to six different cities viz–Pune, Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Indore, and Goa but not necessarily in the same order, each of them likes different fruits, viz Banana, Apple, Orange, Papaya, Mango and Litchi but not necessarily in the same order. They are sitting around a circular table facing the center.

The persons who like Papaya, Orange and Mango are neither from Goa nor from Pune. The persons who are from Jaipur and Delhi like neither Papaya nor Litchi. Rahul is neither from Goa nor sits on the immediate left of the person who likes Apple. The only person who is between Arpit and Manish likes Banana. The person who is on the left side of the person from Goa does not like Litchi. Sumit likes Apple and is from Delhi. He is facing a person who likes Banana. The one who likes Papaya is sitting opposite the person from Indore, while the person from Delhi is on the left of the person who likes Mango. The one who likes Litchi is on the immediate right of the person from Goa but on the left of the one who likes Orange. Rohit does not like Orange and Manish does not like Papaya.
Who among the following likes Mango?

Question 2

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Rahul, Deepak, Rohit, Sumit, Arpit, and Manish are six friends, who belong to six different cities viz–Pune, Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Indore, and Goa but not necessarily in the same order, each of them likes different fruits, viz Banana, Apple, Orange, Papaya, Mango and Litchi but not necessarily in the same order. They are sitting around a circular table facing the center.

The persons who like Papaya, Orange and Mango are neither from Goa nor from Pune. The persons who are from Jaipur and Delhi like neither Papaya nor Litchi. Rahul is neither from Goa nor sits on the immediate left of the person who likes Apple. The only person who is between Arpit and Manish likes Banana. The person who is on the left side of the person from Goa does not like Litchi. Sumit likes Apple and is from Delhi. He is facing a person who likes Banana. The one who likes Papaya is sitting opposite the person from Indore, while the person from Delhi is on the left of the person who likes Mango. The one who likes Litchi is on the immediate right of the person from Goa but on the left of the one who likes Orange. Rohit does not like Orange and Manish does not like Papaya.
Which of following combination is true?

Question 3

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Rahul, Deepak, Rohit, Sumit, Arpit, and Manish are six friends, who belong to six different cities viz–Pune, Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Indore, and Goa but not necessarily in the same order, each of them likes different fruits, viz Banana, Apple, Orange, Papaya, Mango and Litchi but not necessarily in the same order. They are sitting around a circular table facing the center.

The persons who like Papaya, Orange and Mango are neither from Goa nor from Pune. The persons who are from Jaipur and Delhi like neither Papaya nor Litchi. Rahul is neither from Goa nor sits on the immediate left of the person who likes Apple. The only person who is between Arpit and Manish likes Banana. The person who is on the left side of the person from Goa does not like Litchi. Sumit likes Apple and is from Delhi. He is facing a person who likes Banana. The one who likes Papaya is sitting opposite the person from Indore, while the person from Delhi is on the left of the person who likes Mango. The one who likes Litchi is on the immediate right of the person from Goa but on the left of the one who likes Orange. Rohit does not like Orange and Manish does not like Papaya.
How many people sits between Rahul and the one who likes Litchi? (Clockwise started from Rahul)

Question 4

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Rahul, Deepak, Rohit, Sumit, Arpit, and Manish are six friends, who belong to six different cities viz–Pune, Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Indore, and Goa but not necessarily in the same order, each of them likes different fruits, viz Banana, Apple, Orange, Papaya, Mango and Litchi but not necessarily in the same order. They are sitting around a circular table facing the center.

The persons who like Papaya, Orange and Mango are neither from Goa nor from Pune. The persons who are from Jaipur and Delhi like neither Papaya nor Litchi. Rahul is neither from Goa nor sits on the immediate left of the person who likes Apple. The only person who is between Arpit and Manish likes Banana. The person who is on the left side of the person from Goa does not like Litchi. Sumit likes Apple and is from Delhi. He is facing a person who likes Banana. The one who likes Papaya is sitting opposite the person from Indore, while the person from Delhi is on the left of the person who likes Mango. The one who likes Litchi is on the immediate right of the person from Goa but on the left of the one who likes Orange. Rohit does not like Orange and Manish does not like Papaya.
Who amongst the following sits second to the right of Arpit?

Question 5

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Rahul, Deepak, Rohit, Sumit, Arpit, and Manish are six friends, who belong to six different cities viz–Pune, Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Indore, and Goa but not necessarily in the same order, each of them likes different fruits, viz Banana, Apple, Orange, Papaya, Mango and Litchi but not necessarily in the same order. They are sitting around a circular table facing the center.

The persons who like Papaya, Orange and Mango are neither from Goa nor from Pune. The persons who are from Jaipur and Delhi like neither Papaya nor Litchi. Rahul is neither from Goa nor sits on the immediate left of the person who likes Apple. The only person who is between Arpit and Manish likes Banana. The person who is on the left side of the person from Goa does not like Litchi. Sumit likes Apple and is from Delhi. He is facing a person who likes Banana. The one who likes Papaya is sitting opposite the person from Indore, while the person from Delhi is on the left of the person who likes Mango. The one who likes Litchi is on the immediate right of the person from Goa but on the left of the one who likes Orange. Rohit does not like Orange and Manish does not like Papaya.
Who among the following belongs to Indore?

Question 6

Direction: In the following questions, the symbols @, #, & and % are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

‘A @ B’ means ‘A’ is greater than B’.
‘A % B’ means ‘A is equal to B’.
‘A # B’ means ‘A is either equal to or smaller than B’.
‘A & B’ means ‘A is either equal to or greater than B’.
‘A * B’ means ‘A is smaller than B’.

Now in each of the following questions. Assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/ are definitely true?
Statements:
S% A, A & D, D * J
Conclusions:
I. D # S
II. A * J

Question 7

Direction: In the following questions, the symbols @, #, & and % are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

‘A @ B’ means ‘A’ is greater than B’.
‘A % B’ means ‘A is equal to B’.
‘A # B’ means ‘A is either equal to or smaller than B’.
‘A & B’ means ‘A is either equal to or greater than B’.
‘A * B’ means ‘A is smaller than B’.

Now in each of the following questions. Assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/ are definitely true?
Statements:
Q @ F, F % C, N * C
Conclusions:
I. Q @ C
II. F * N

Question 8

Direction: In the following questions, the symbols @, #, & and % are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

‘A @ B’ means ‘A’ is greater than B’.
‘A % B’ means ‘A is equal to B’.
‘A # B’ means ‘A is either equal to or smaller than B’.
‘A & B’ means ‘A is either equal to or greater than B’.
‘A * B’ means ‘A is smaller than B’.

Now in each of the following questions. Assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/ are definitely true?
Statements:
R & P, P * K, K * F
Conclusions:
I. R @ F
II. P * F

Question 9

Direction: In the following questions, the symbols @, #, & and % are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

‘A @ B’ means ‘A’ is greater than B’.
‘A % B’ means ‘A is equal to B’.
‘A # B’ means ‘A is either equal to or smaller than B’.
‘A & B’ means ‘A is either equal to or greater than B’.
‘A * B’ means ‘A is smaller than B’.

Now in each of the following questions. Assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/ are definitely true?
Statements:
M & F, F * C, C % K
Conclusions:
I. M @ C
II. F * K

Question 10

Direction: In the following questions, the symbols @, #, & and % are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

‘A @ B’ means ‘A’ is greater than B’.
‘A % B’ means ‘A is equal to B’.
‘A # B’ means ‘A is either equal to or smaller than B’.
‘A & B’ means ‘A is either equal to or greater than B’.
‘A * B’ means ‘A is smaller than B’.

Now in each of the following questions. Assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/ are definitely true?
Statements:
P & T, T * R, R # B
Conclusions:
I. P @ T
II. B & T
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