Directions for questions 1 to 5: Answer the following questions based on the information given below.

Seven friends sit on a bench, facing south, in a straight line.

a. C sits on one of the corner seats.

b. E and G have the same number of people between them as B and D have.

c. A sits two places to the left of C. d. B and F sit next to each other.

e. G sits in the middle.

f. B is to the immediate left of G.

Q.1. Who is the second person from the right end?

Directions for questions 1 to 5: Answer the following questions based on the information given below.

Seven friends sit on a bench, facing south, in a straight line.

a. C sits on one of the corner seats.

b. E and G have the same number of people between them as B and D have.

c. A sits two places to the left of C. d. B and F sit next to each other.

e. G sits in the middle.

f. B is to the immediate left of G.

Q.2. Who are the immediate neighbours of B?

Directions for questions 1 to 5: Answer the following questions based on the information given below.

Seven friends sit on a bench, facing south, in a straight line.

a. C sits on one of the corner seats.

b. E and G have the same number of people between them as B and D have.

c. A sits two places to the left of C. d. B and F sit next to each other.

e. G sits in the middle.

f. B is to the immediate left of G.

Q.3. Who is sitting at the extreme left?

Directions for questions 1 to 5: Answer the following questions based on the information given below.

Seven friends sit on a bench, facing south, in a straight line.

a. C sits on one of the corner seats.

b. E and G have the same number of people between them as B and D have.

c. A sits two places to the left of C. d. B and F sit next to each other.

e. G sits in the middle.

f. B is to the immediate left of G.

Q.4. Now many people are sitting between A and E?

Directions for questions 1 to 5: Answer the following questions based on the information given below.

Seven friends sit on a bench, facing south, in a straight line.

a. C sits on one of the corner seats.

b. E and G have the same number of people between them as B and D have.

c. A sits two places to the left of C. d. B and F sit next to each other.

e. G sits in the middle.

f. B is to the immediate left of G.

Q.5. The position of which pair of people cannot be determined?

Directions for questions 6 to 10: Answer the following questions based on the information given below.

A school teaches 14 subjects such that there is exactly one lecture of each subject in a given week. The school considers Monday and Sunday as the first and last day of the week respectively. There are no lectures on Sunday. All the other days have a minimum of one and maximum of three lectures. The subjects taught are English, History, Geography, Algebra, Geometry, Chemistry, Biology, Computers, Painting, Singing, Hindi, Marathi, Zoology and Sanskrit.

- Biology is on Wednesday and there are only two lectures on Friday.
- Singing is on the day between Thursday and Saturday.
- Either English or Marathi or both are on the second last day of the week Geography is exactly two days after Monday.
- History and Painting are not on the same day and one of them is after Tuesday and before Thursday.
- Geometry and Chemistry are on the same day but after Tuesday and before Friday.
- One particular day of the week has only lecture. Algebra is taught before English.
- Sanskrit is on Thursday. Computers and Singing are on the same day.
- Zoology is on Saturday or Monday.
- There are two lectures on Monday and both start with the same letter.

Q.6. Which of these lecture-day pairs is correct?

Directions for questions 6 to 10: Answer the following questions based on the information given below.

A school teaches 14 subjects such that there is exactly one lecture of each subject in a given week. The school considers Monday and Sunday as the first and last day of the week respectively. There are no lectures on Sunday. All the other days have a minimum of one and maximum of three lectures. The subjects taught are English, History, Geography, Algebra, Geometry, Chemistry, Biology, Computers, Painting, Singing, Hindi, Marathi, Zoology and Sanskrit.

- Biology is on Wednesday and there are only two lectures on Friday.
- Singing is on the day between Thursday and Saturday.
- Either English or Marathi or both are on the second last day of the week Geography is exactly two days after Monday.
- History and Painting are not on the same day and one of them is after Tuesday and before Thursday.
- Geometry and Chemistry are on the same day but after Tuesday and before Friday.
- One particular day of the week has only lecture. Algebra is taught before English.
- Sanskrit is on Thursday. Computers and Singing are on the same day.
- Zoology is on Saturday or Monday.
- There are two lectures on Monday and both start with the same letter.

Q.7. Which of these lectures is scheduled on Saturday?

Directions for questions 6 to 10: Answer the following questions based on the information given below.

A school teaches 14 subjects such that there is exactly one lecture of each subject in a given week. The school considers Monday and Sunday as the first and last day of the week respectively. There are no lectures on Sunday. All the other days have a minimum of one and maximum of three lectures. The subjects taught are English, History, Geography, Algebra, Geometry, Chemistry, Biology, Computers, Painting, Singing, Hindi, Marathi, Zoology and Sanskrit.

- Biology is on Wednesday and there are only two lectures on Friday.
- Singing is on the day between Thursday and Saturday.
- Either English or Marathi or both are on the second last day of the week Geography is exactly two days after Monday.
- History and Painting are not on the same day and one of them is after Tuesday and before Thursday.
- Geometry and Chemistry are on the same day but after Tuesday and before Friday.
- One particular day of the week has only lecture. Algebra is taught before English.
- Sanskrit is on Thursday. Computers and Singing are on the same day.
- Zoology is on Saturday or Monday.
- There are two lectures on Monday and both start with the same letter.

Q.8. Which of the following lecture-day combinations is incorrect?

Directions for questions 6 to 10: Answer the following questions based on the information given below.

A school teaches 14 subjects such that there is exactly one lecture of each subject in a given week. The school considers Monday and Sunday as the first and last day of the week respectively. There are no lectures on Sunday. All the other days have a minimum of one and maximum of three lectures. The subjects taught are English, History, Geography, Algebra, Geometry, Chemistry, Biology, Computers, Painting, Singing, Hindi, Marathi, Zoology and Sanskrit.

- Biology is on Wednesday and there are only two lectures on Friday.
- Singing is on the day between Thursday and Saturday.
- Either English or Marathi or both are on the second last day of the week Geography is exactly two days after Monday.
- History and Painting are not on the same day and one of them is after Tuesday and before Thursday.
- Geometry and Chemistry are on the same day but after Tuesday and before Friday.
- One particular day of the week has only lecture. Algebra is taught before English.
- Sanskrit is on Thursday. Computers and Singing are on the same day.
- Zoology is on Saturday or Monday.
- There are two lectures on Monday and both start with the same letter.

Q.9. Four of the five are similar in a certain way and thus form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?

Directions for questions 6 to 10: Answer the following questions based on the information given below.

A school teaches 14 subjects such that there is exactly one lecture of each subject in a given week. The school considers Monday and Sunday as the first and last day of the week respectively. There are no lectures on Sunday. All the other days have a minimum of one and maximum of three lectures. The subjects taught are English, History, Geography, Algebra, Geometry, Chemistry, Biology, Computers, Painting, Singing, Hindi, Marathi, Zoology and Sanskrit.

- Biology is on Wednesday and there are only two lectures on Friday.
- Singing is on the day between Thursday and Saturday.
- Either English or Marathi or both are on the second last day of the week Geography is exactly two days after Monday.
- History and Painting are not on the same day and one of them is after Tuesday and before Thursday.
- Geometry and Chemistry are on the same day but after Tuesday and before Friday.
- One particular day of the week has only lecture. Algebra is taught before English.
- Sanskrit is on Thursday. Computers and Singing are on the same day.
- Zoology is on Saturday or Monday.
- There are two lectures on Monday and both start with the same letter.

Q.10. After which day is the Algebra lecture?