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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
Arjun, Harsh, Jatin, Manav, Neeraj, Rajesh, Sagar and Varun are eight students studying in different standards among 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them sits in a row, again not necessarily in the same order, all facing north. The following information is known about their arrangement in the row.
There are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7th and 8th. Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other. Harsh and Varun sit adjacent to each other. Varun doesn’t study in 1st standard. Neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6th standard. Neeraj and the student studying in 6th standard are not sitting adjacent to each other. Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither 1st nor 3rd standard. The student who studies in 3rd standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row. There are exactly two students sitting between the student studying in 1st standard and Rajesh. Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1st standard. The student studying in 4th standard sits third to the right of Arjun. Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7th standard. The student studying in 5th standard is sitting second to the left of Varun. Neeraj and Manav are not sitting adjacent to each other. Exactly two students are sitting between the students studying in 7th and 4th standards. The student who studies in 1st standard sits on the extreme right corner of the row.
Arjun studies in which of the following standards?
Correct
As Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither1st nor 3rd, exactly two students are sitting between the student studying in 1st standard and Rajesh, the student who studies in 3rd standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row, and the student who studies in 1st standard sits on the right end of the row. So, Rajesh sits on position 5 and Sagar sits on position 2, the one studying in 1st standard sits on position 8 and the one studying in 3rd standard sits on position 1. As Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1st standard, Jatin sits on position 4. As Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other, Arjun sits on position 3. As the student studying in 4th standard sits third to the right of Arjun. So, the student studying in 4th standard sits on position 6. As there are exactly two students sitting between the students studying in 7th standard and 4th standard, the student studying in 7th standard sits on position 3. As Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7th standard, Harsh sits on position 7. As Harsh and Varun, who doesn’t study in 1st standard, sit adjacent to each other, Varun sits on position 6. As the student studying in 5th standard is sitting second to the left of Varun, the student studying in 5th standard sits on position 4. As, neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6th standard, Neeraj and the student studying in 6th standard are not sitting adjacent to each other, Sagar studies in 6th standard and Manav sits on position 1. As there are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7th and 8th standard. So, the student studying in 8th standard sits on position 7 and the student studying in 2nd standard sits on position 5.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Standards
3^{rd}
6^{th}
7^{th}
5^{th}
2^{nd}
4^{th}
8^{th}
1^{st}
Student
1. Manav
2. Sagar
3. Arjun
4. Jatin
5. Rajesh
6. Varun
7. Harsh
8. Neeraj
Arjun studies in 7^{th} standard.
Hence, option c.
Incorrect
As Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither1st nor 3rd, exactly two students are sitting between the student studying in 1st standard and Rajesh, the student who studies in 3rd standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row, and the student who studies in 1st standard sits on the right end of the row. So, Rajesh sits on position 5 and Sagar sits on position 2, the one studying in 1st standard sits on position 8 and the one studying in 3rd standard sits on position 1. As Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1st standard, Jatin sits on position 4. As Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other, Arjun sits on position 3. As the student studying in 4th standard sits third to the right of Arjun. So, the student studying in 4th standard sits on position 6. As there are exactly two students sitting between the students studying in 7th standard and 4th standard, the student studying in 7th standard sits on position 3. As Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7th standard, Harsh sits on position 7. As Harsh and Varun, who doesn’t study in 1st standard, sit adjacent to each other, Varun sits on position 6. As the student studying in 5th standard is sitting second to the left of Varun, the student studying in 5th standard sits on position 4. As, neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6th standard, Neeraj and the student studying in 6th standard are not sitting adjacent to each other, Sagar studies in 6th standard and Manav sits on position 1. As there are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7th and 8th standard. So, the student studying in 8th standard sits on position 7 and the student studying in 2nd standard sits on position 5.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Standards
3^{rd}
6^{th}
7^{th}
5^{th}
2^{nd}
4^{th}
8^{th}
1^{st}
Student
1. Manav
2. Sagar
3. Arjun
4. Jatin
5. Rajesh
6. Varun
7. Harsh
8. Neeraj
Arjun studies in 7^{th} standard.
Hence, option c.
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
Arjun, Harsh, Jatin, Manav, Neeraj, Rajesh, Sagar and Varun are eight students studying in different standards among 1^{st}, 2^{nd}, 3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th }and 8^{th}, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them sits in a row, again not necessarily in the same order, all facing north. The following information is known about their arrangement in the row.
There are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} and 8^{th}. Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other. Harsh and Varun sit adjacent to each other. Varun doesn’t study in 1^{st }standard. Neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6^{th }standard. Neeraj and the student studying in 6^{th }standard are not sitting adjacent to each other. Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither 1^{st }nor 3^{rd} standard. The student who studies in 3^{rd} standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row. There are exactly two students sitting between the student studying in 1^{st }standard and Rajesh. Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1^{st} standard. The student studying in 4^{th} standard sits third to the right of Arjun. Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7^{th} standard. The student studying in 5^{th }standard is sitting second to the left of Varun. Neeraj and Manav are not sitting adjacent to each other. Exactly two students are sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} and 4^{th }standards. The student who studies in 1^{st} standard sits on the extreme right corner of the row.
Who among the following studies in 4th standard?
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As Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither1^{st }nor 3^{rd}, exactly two students are sitting between the student studying in 1^{st} standard and Rajesh, the student who studies in 3^{rd} standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row, and the student who studies in 1^{st} standard sits on the right end of the row. So, Rajesh sits on position 5 and Sagar sits on position 2, the one studying in 1^{st }standard sits on position 8 and the one studying in 3^{rd} standard sits on position 1. As Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1^{st} standard, Jatin sits on position 4. As Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other, Arjun sits on position 3. As the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits third to the right of Arjun. So, the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits on position 6. As there are exactly two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} standard and 4^{th }standard, the student studying in 7^{th} standard sits on position 3. As Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7^{th} standard, Harsh sits on position 7. As Harsh and Varun, who doesn’t study in 1^{st} standard, sit adjacent to each other, Varun sits on position 6. As the student studying in 5^{th} standard is sitting second to the left of Varun, the student studying in 5^{th} standard sits on position 4. As, neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6^{th} standard, Neeraj and the student studying in 6^{th} standard are not sitting adjacent to each other, Sagar studies in 6^{th} standard and Manav sits on position 1. As there are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th }and 8^{th} standard. So, the student studying in 8^{th }standard sits on position 7 and the student studying in 2^{nd} standard sits on position 5.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Standards
3^{rd}
6^{th}
7^{th}
5^{th}
2^{nd}
4^{th}
8^{th}
1^{st}
Student
1. Manav
2. Sagar
3. Arjun
4. Jatin
5. Rajesh
6. Varun
7. Harsh
8. Neeraj
Varun studies in 4^{th} standard.
Hence, option b.
Incorrect
As Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither1^{st }nor 3^{rd}, exactly two students are sitting between the student studying in 1^{st} standard and Rajesh, the student who studies in 3^{rd} standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row, and the student who studies in 1^{st} standard sits on the right end of the row. So, Rajesh sits on position 5 and Sagar sits on position 2, the one studying in 1^{st }standard sits on position 8 and the one studying in 3^{rd} standard sits on position 1. As Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1^{st} standard, Jatin sits on position 4. As Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other, Arjun sits on position 3. As the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits third to the right of Arjun. So, the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits on position 6. As there are exactly two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} standard and 4^{th }standard, the student studying in 7^{th} standard sits on position 3. As Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7^{th} standard, Harsh sits on position 7. As Harsh and Varun, who doesn’t study in 1^{st} standard, sit adjacent to each other, Varun sits on position 6. As the student studying in 5^{th} standard is sitting second to the left of Varun, the student studying in 5^{th} standard sits on position 4. As, neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6^{th} standard, Neeraj and the student studying in 6^{th} standard are not sitting adjacent to each other, Sagar studies in 6^{th} standard and Manav sits on position 1. As there are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th }and 8^{th} standard. So, the student studying in 8^{th }standard sits on position 7 and the student studying in 2^{nd} standard sits on position 5.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Standards
3^{rd}
6^{th}
7^{th}
5^{th}
2^{nd}
4^{th}
8^{th}
1^{st}
Student
1. Manav
2. Sagar
3. Arjun
4. Jatin
5. Rajesh
6. Varun
7. Harsh
8. Neeraj
Varun studies in 4^{th} standard.
Hence, option b.
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
Arjun, Harsh, Jatin, Manav, Neeraj, Rajesh, Sagar and Varun are eight students studying in different standards among 1^{st}, 2^{nd}, 3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th }and 8^{th}, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them sits in a row, again not necessarily in the same order, all facing north. The following information is known about their arrangement in the row.
There are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} and 8^{th}. Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other. Harsh and Varun sit adjacent to each other. Varun doesn’t study in 1^{st }standard. Neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6^{th }standard. Neeraj and the student studying in 6^{th }standard are not sitting adjacent to each other. Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither 1^{st }nor 3^{rd} standard. The student who studies in 3^{rd} standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row. There are exactly two students sitting between the student studying in 1^{st }standard and Rajesh. Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1^{st} standard. The student studying in 4^{th} standard sits third to the right of Arjun. Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7^{th} standard. The student studying in 5^{th }standard is sitting second to the left of Varun. Neeraj and Manav are not sitting adjacent to each other. Exactly two students are sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} and 4^{th }standards. The student who studies in 1^{st} standard sits on the extreme right corner of the row.
Who among the following is sitting second to the right of the student studying in 2nd standard?
Correct
As Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither1^{st }nor 3^{rd}, exactly two students are sitting between the student studying in 1^{st} standard and Rajesh, the student who studies in 3^{rd} standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row, and the student who studies in 1^{st} standard sits on the right end of the row. So, Rajesh sits on position 5 and Sagar sits on position 2, the one studying in 1^{st }standard sits on position 8 and the one studying in 3^{rd} standard sits on position 1. As Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1^{st} standard, Jatin sits on position 4. As Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other, Arjun sits on position 3. As the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits third to the right of Arjun. So, the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits on position 6. As there are exactly two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} standard and 4^{th }standard, the student studying in 7^{th} standard sits on position 3. As Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7^{th} standard, Harsh sits on position 7. As Harsh and Varun, who doesn’t study in 1^{st} standard, sit adjacent to each other, Varun sits on position 6. As the student studying in 5^{th} standard is sitting second to the left of Varun, the student studying in 5^{th} standard sits on position 4. As, neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6^{th} standard, Neeraj and the student studying in 6^{th} standard are not sitting adjacent to each other, Sagar studies in 6^{th} standard and Manav sits on position 1. As there are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th }and 8^{th} standard. So, the student studying in 8^{th }standard sits on position 7 and the student studying in 2^{nd} standard sits on position 5.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Standards
3^{rd}
6^{th}
7^{th}
5^{th}
2^{nd}
4^{th}
8^{th}
1^{st}
Student
1. Manav
2. Sagar
3. Arjun
4. Jatin
5. Rajesh
6. Varun
7. Harsh
8. Neeraj
Harsh is sitting second to the right of the student studying in 2^{nd} standard.
Hence, option a.
Incorrect
As Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither1^{st }nor 3^{rd}, exactly two students are sitting between the student studying in 1^{st} standard and Rajesh, the student who studies in 3^{rd} standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row, and the student who studies in 1^{st} standard sits on the right end of the row. So, Rajesh sits on position 5 and Sagar sits on position 2, the one studying in 1^{st }standard sits on position 8 and the one studying in 3^{rd} standard sits on position 1. As Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1^{st} standard, Jatin sits on position 4. As Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other, Arjun sits on position 3. As the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits third to the right of Arjun. So, the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits on position 6. As there are exactly two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} standard and 4^{th }standard, the student studying in 7^{th} standard sits on position 3. As Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7^{th} standard, Harsh sits on position 7. As Harsh and Varun, who doesn’t study in 1^{st} standard, sit adjacent to each other, Varun sits on position 6. As the student studying in 5^{th} standard is sitting second to the left of Varun, the student studying in 5^{th} standard sits on position 4. As, neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6^{th} standard, Neeraj and the student studying in 6^{th} standard are not sitting adjacent to each other, Sagar studies in 6^{th} standard and Manav sits on position 1. As there are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th }and 8^{th} standard. So, the student studying in 8^{th }standard sits on position 7 and the student studying in 2^{nd} standard sits on position 5.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Standards
3^{rd}
6^{th}
7^{th}
5^{th}
2^{nd}
4^{th}
8^{th}
1^{st}
Student
1. Manav
2. Sagar
3. Arjun
4. Jatin
5. Rajesh
6. Varun
7. Harsh
8. Neeraj
Harsh is sitting second to the right of the student studying in 2^{nd} standard.
Hence, option a.
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
Arjun, Harsh, Jatin, Manav, Neeraj, Rajesh, Sagar and Varun are eight students studying in different standards among 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them sits in a row, again not necessarily in the same order, all facing north. The following information is known about their arrangement in the row.
There are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7th and 8th. Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other. Harsh and Varun sit adjacent to each other. Varun doesn’t study in 1st standard. Neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6th standard. Neeraj and the student studying in 6th standard are not sitting adjacent to each other. Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither 1st nor 3rd standard. The student who studies in 3rd standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row. There are exactly two students sitting between the student studying in 1st standard and Rajesh. Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1st standard. The student studying in 4th standard sits third to the right of Arjun. Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7th standard. The student studying in 5th standard is sitting second to the left of Varun. Neeraj and Manav are not sitting adjacent to each other. Exactly two students are sitting between the students studying in 7th and 4th standards. The student who studies in 1st standard sits on the extreme right corner of the row. Who among the following is sitting third to the left of the student studying in 8th standard?
Correct
As Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither1^{st }nor 3^{rd}, exactly two students are sitting between the student studying in 1^{st} standard and Rajesh, the student who studies in 3^{rd} standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row, and the student who studies in 1^{st} standard sits on the right end of the row. So, Rajesh sits on position 5 and Sagar sits on position 2, the one studying in 1^{st }standard sits on position 8 and the one studying in 3^{rd} standard sits on position 1. As Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1^{st} standard, Jatin sits on position 4. As Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other, Arjun sits on position 3. As the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits third to the right of Arjun. So, the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits on position 6. As there are exactly two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} standard and 4^{th }standard, the student studying in 7^{th} standard sits on position 3. As Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7^{th} standard, Harsh sits on position 7. As Harsh and Varun, who doesn’t study in 1^{st} standard, sit adjacent to each other, Varun sits on position 6. As the student studying in 5^{th} standard is sitting second to the left of Varun, the student studying in 5^{th} standard sits on position 4. As, neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6^{th} standard, Neeraj and the student studying in 6^{th} standard are not sitting adjacent to each other, Sagar studies in 6^{th} standard and Manav sits on position 1. As there are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th }and 8^{th} standard. So, the student studying in 8^{th }standard sits on position 7 and the student studying in 2^{nd} standard sits on position 5.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Standards
3^{rd}
6^{th}
7^{th}
5^{th}
2^{nd}
4^{th}
8^{th}
1^{st}
Student
1. Manav
2. Sagar
3. Arjun
4. Jatin
5. Rajesh
6. Varun
7. Harsh
8. Neeraj
Jatin is sitting third to the left of the student studying in 8^{th} standard.
Hence, option e.
Incorrect
As Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither1^{st }nor 3^{rd}, exactly two students are sitting between the student studying in 1^{st} standard and Rajesh, the student who studies in 3^{rd} standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row, and the student who studies in 1^{st} standard sits on the right end of the row. So, Rajesh sits on position 5 and Sagar sits on position 2, the one studying in 1^{st }standard sits on position 8 and the one studying in 3^{rd} standard sits on position 1. As Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1^{st} standard, Jatin sits on position 4. As Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other, Arjun sits on position 3. As the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits third to the right of Arjun. So, the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits on position 6. As there are exactly two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} standard and 4^{th }standard, the student studying in 7^{th} standard sits on position 3. As Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7^{th} standard, Harsh sits on position 7. As Harsh and Varun, who doesn’t study in 1^{st} standard, sit adjacent to each other, Varun sits on position 6. As the student studying in 5^{th} standard is sitting second to the left of Varun, the student studying in 5^{th} standard sits on position 4. As, neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6^{th} standard, Neeraj and the student studying in 6^{th} standard are not sitting adjacent to each other, Sagar studies in 6^{th} standard and Manav sits on position 1. As there are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th }and 8^{th} standard. So, the student studying in 8^{th }standard sits on position 7 and the student studying in 2^{nd} standard sits on position 5.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Standards
3^{rd}
6^{th}
7^{th}
5^{th}
2^{nd}
4^{th}
8^{th}
1^{st}
Student
1. Manav
2. Sagar
3. Arjun
4. Jatin
5. Rajesh
6. Varun
7. Harsh
8. Neeraj
Jatin is sitting third to the left of the student studying in 8^{th} standard.
Hence, option e.
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
Arjun, Harsh, Jatin, Manav, Neeraj, Rajesh, Sagar and Varun are eight students studying in different standards among 1^{st}, 2^{nd}, 3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th }and 8^{th}, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them sits in a row, again not necessarily in the same order, all facing north. The following information is known about their arrangement in the row.
There are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} and 8^{th}. Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other. Harsh and Varun sit adjacent to each other. Varun doesn’t study in 1^{st }standard. Neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6^{th }standard. Neeraj and the student studying in 6^{th }standard are not sitting adjacent to each other. Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither 1^{st }nor 3^{rd} standard. The student who studies in 3^{rd} standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row. There are exactly two students sitting between the student studying in 1^{st }standard and Rajesh. Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1^{st} standard. The student studying in 4^{th} standard sits third to the right of Arjun. Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7^{th} standard. The student studying in 5^{th }standard is sitting second to the left of Varun. Neeraj and Manav are not sitting adjacent to each other. Exactly two students are sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} and 4^{th }standards. The student who studies in 1^{st} standard sits on the extreme right corner of the row. If, Jatin is related to 6th standard and Neeraj is related to 4th standard, which of the following standard is related to Rajesh?
Correct
As Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither1^{st }nor 3^{rd}, exactly two students are sitting between the student studying in 1^{st} standard and Rajesh, the student who studies in 3^{rd} standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row, and the student who studies in 1^{st} standard sits on the right end of the row. So, Rajesh sits on position 5 and Sagar sits on position 2, the one studying in 1^{st }standard sits on position 8 and the one studying in 3^{rd} standard sits on position 1. As Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1^{st} standard, Jatin sits on position 4. As Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other, Arjun sits on position 3. As the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits third to the right of Arjun. So, the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits on position 6. As there are exactly two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} standard and 4^{th }standard, the student studying in 7^{th} standard sits on position 3. As Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7^{th} standard, Harsh sits on position 7. As Harsh and Varun, who doesn’t study in 1^{st} standard, sit adjacent to each other, Varun sits on position 6. As the student studying in 5^{th} standard is sitting second to the left of Varun, the student studying in 5^{th} standard sits on position 4. As, neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6^{th} standard, Neeraj and the student studying in 6^{th} standard are not sitting adjacent to each other, Sagar studies in 6^{th} standard and Manav sits on position 1. As there are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th }and 8^{th} standard. So, the student studying in 8^{th }standard sits on position 7 and the student studying in 2^{nd} standard sits on position 5.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Standards
3^{rd}
6^{th}
7^{th}
5^{th}
2^{nd}
4^{th}
8^{th}
1^{st}
Student
1. Manav
2. Sagar
3. Arjun
4. Jatin
5. Rajesh
6. Varun
7. Harsh
8. Neeraj
Rajesh is second to the left of the person studying in 7^{th} standard.
Hence, option b.
Incorrect
As Rajesh sits third to the right of the Sagar, who studies in neither1^{st }nor 3^{rd}, exactly two students are sitting between the student studying in 1^{st} standard and Rajesh, the student who studies in 3^{rd} standard is sitting at the extreme end of the row, and the student who studies in 1^{st} standard sits on the right end of the row. So, Rajesh sits on position 5 and Sagar sits on position 2, the one studying in 1^{st }standard sits on position 8 and the one studying in 3^{rd} standard sits on position 1. As Jatin sits fourth to the left of the student who studies in 1^{st} standard, Jatin sits on position 4. As Jatin and Arjun are sitting adjacent to each other, Arjun sits on position 3. As the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits third to the right of Arjun. So, the student studying in 4^{th} standard sits on position 6. As there are exactly two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th} standard and 4^{th }standard, the student studying in 7^{th} standard sits on position 3. As Harsh sits fourth to the right of the student studying in 7^{th} standard, Harsh sits on position 7. As Harsh and Varun, who doesn’t study in 1^{st} standard, sit adjacent to each other, Varun sits on position 6. As the student studying in 5^{th} standard is sitting second to the left of Varun, the student studying in 5^{th} standard sits on position 4. As, neither Rajesh nor Harsh studies in 6^{th} standard, Neeraj and the student studying in 6^{th} standard are not sitting adjacent to each other, Sagar studies in 6^{th} standard and Manav sits on position 1. As there are at least two students sitting between the students studying in 7^{th }and 8^{th} standard. So, the student studying in 8^{th }standard sits on position 7 and the student studying in 2^{nd} standard sits on position 5.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Standards
3^{rd}
6^{th}
7^{th}
5^{th}
2^{nd}
4^{th}
8^{th}
1^{st}
Student
1. Manav
2. Sagar
3. Arjun
4. Jatin
5. Rajesh
6. Varun
7. Harsh
8. Neeraj
Rajesh is second to the left of the person studying in 7^{th} standard.
Hence, option b.
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
2154 4621 6895 6823 9754
If all the digits in the given numbers are added and the difference between the digits of the result is obtained, which of the numbers will yield the second lowest value?
Correct
Given numbers: 2154 4621 6895 6823 9754
Sum of all the digits: 12 13 28 19 25
Difference of the two digits: 1 2 6 8 3
Second lowest value: 2.
Hence, option e.
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Given numbers: 2154 4621 6895 6823 9754
Sum of all the digits: 12 13 28 19 25
Difference of the two digits: 1 2 6 8 3
Second lowest value: 2.
Hence, option e.
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
2154 4621 6895 6823 9754
If the odd digits in each of the numbers are added, which of the following numbers will yield the second highest value?
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Given numbers: 2154 4621 6895 6823 9754
Sum of odd digits: 6 1 14 3 21
Hence, option a.
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Given numbers: 2154 4621 6895 6823 9754
Sum of odd digits: 6 1 14 3 21
Hence, option a.
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below. 2154 4621 6895 6823 9754
If all the given numbers are divided by the highest digit in the given number, which of the following will be the lowest quotient?
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Given numbers: 2154 4621 6895 6824 9754
Highest digit in the given number: 5 6 9 8 9
Quotient: 430 770 766 853 1083
Hence, option c.
Incorrect
Given numbers: 2154 4621 6895 6824 9754
Highest digit in the given number: 5 6 9 8 9
Quotient: 430 770 766 853 1083
Hence, option c.
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below. 2154 4621 6895 6823 9754
If all the numbers are divided by the sum of the middle two digits in the given number, which of the following will be the highest remainder?
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Given numbers: 2154 4621 6895 6824 9754
Sum of middle two digits: 6 8 17 10 12
Remainder: 0 5 10 4 10
Hence, option b.
Incorrect
Given numbers: 2154 4621 6895 6824 9754
Sum of middle two digits: 6 8 17 10 12
Remainder: 0 5 10 4 10
Hence, option b.
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below. 2154 4621 6895 6823 9754
If the first and last digits of all the numbers are added, then those resulting numbers are arranged in ascending order from left to right, then which number will be placed in the left most end?
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Given numbers: 2154 4621 6895 6824 9754
Sum of first and last digits: 6 5 11 10 13
According to ascending order: 5 6 10 11 13
Hence, option b.
Incorrect
Given numbers: 2154 4621 6895 6824 9754
Sum of first and last digits: 6 5 11 10 13
According to ascending order: 5 6 10 11 13
Hence, option b.