Logical Reasoning – II – Circular Arrangements

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.

  1. Biology is on Wednesday and there are only two lectures on Friday.
  2. Singing is on the day between Thursday and Saturday.
  3. Either English or Marathi or both are on the second last day of the week Geography is exactly two days after Monday.
  4. History and Painting are not on the same day and one of them is after Tuesday and before Thursday.
  5. Geometry and Chemistry are on the same day but after Tuesday and before Friday.
  6. One particular day of the week has only lecture. Algebra is taught before English.
  7. Sanskrit is on Thursday. Computers and Singing are on the same day.
  8. Zoology is on Saturday or Monday.
  9. 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.

  1. Biology is on Wednesday and there are only two lectures on Friday.
  2. Singing is on the day between Thursday and Saturday.
  3. Either English or Marathi or both are on the second last day of the week Geography is exactly two days after Monday.
  4. History and Painting are not on the same day and one of them is after Tuesday and before Thursday.
  5. Geometry and Chemistry are on the same day but after Tuesday and before Friday.
  6. One particular day of the week has only lecture. Algebra is taught before English.
  7. Sanskrit is on Thursday. Computers and Singing are on the same day.
  8. Zoology is on Saturday or Monday.
  9. 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.

  1. Biology is on Wednesday and there are only two lectures on Friday.
  2. Singing is on the day between Thursday and Saturday.
  3. Either English or Marathi or both are on the second last day of the week Geography is exactly two days after Monday.
  4. History and Painting are not on the same day and one of them is after Tuesday and before Thursday.
  5. Geometry and Chemistry are on the same day but after Tuesday and before Friday.
  6. One particular day of the week has only lecture. Algebra is taught before English.
  7. Sanskrit is on Thursday. Computers and Singing are on the same day.
  8. Zoology is on Saturday or Monday.
  9. 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.

  1. Biology is on Wednesday and there are only two lectures on Friday.
  2. Singing is on the day between Thursday and Saturday.
  3. Either English or Marathi or both are on the second last day of the week Geography is exactly two days after Monday.
  4. History and Painting are not on the same day and one of them is after Tuesday and before Thursday.
  5. Geometry and Chemistry are on the same day but after Tuesday and before Friday.
  6. One particular day of the week has only lecture. Algebra is taught before English.
  7. Sanskrit is on Thursday. Computers and Singing are on the same day.
  8. Zoology is on Saturday or Monday.
  9. 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.

  1. Biology is on Wednesday and there are only two lectures on Friday.
  2. Singing is on the day between Thursday and Saturday.
  3. Either English or Marathi or both are on the second last day of the week Geography is exactly two days after Monday.
  4. History and Painting are not on the same day and one of them is after Tuesday and before Thursday.
  5. Geometry and Chemistry are on the same day but after Tuesday and before Friday.
  6. One particular day of the week has only lecture. Algebra is taught before English.
  7. Sanskrit is on Thursday. Computers and Singing are on the same day.
  8. Zoology is on Saturday or Monday.
  9. There are two lectures on Monday and both start with the same letter.
Q.10. After which day is the Algebra lecture?
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