Circular Seating Arrangement & Floor Puzzle For IBPS Clerk
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Directions:(15) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
Certain number of persons is sitting on a circular table facing the centre. There is no vacant seat on the table. Each person is sitting at a certain distance. The distance between two adjacent people is different and more than 5m and less than 20m. All the distances are measured on the circumference. The consecutive distances cannot be even or odd. (Suppose A, B, C are on circular table in clockwise direction then if the distance between A and B is an even number then the distance between B and C should be an odd number and so on). The circumference of the table is less than 123m. The following information is known about them.
 D sits third to the right of F.
 The distance between D and E from either left or right of D is 17m such that no one sits between them.
 The distance between H and J from either left or right of H is 27m.
 A sits 6m to the left of F.
 There are three persons sitting between D and J.
 The distance between H and G from either left or right of G is 13m.
 F and B are 15m away from each other from either left or right of F but B is not adjacent to A.
 The distance between J and A from either left or right of A is 3m less than that between G and D from left of G.
How many persons are sitting on the table?
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C. Ten
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C. Ten

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
Certain number of persons is sitting on a circular table facing the centre. There is no vacant seat on the table. Each person is sitting at a certain distance. The distance between two adjacent people is different and more than 5m and less than 20m. All the distances are measured on the circumference. The consecutive distances cannot be even or odd. (Suppose A, B, C are on circular table in clockwise direction then if the distance between A and B is an even number then the distance between B and C should be an odd number and so on). The circumference of the table is less than 123m. The following information is known about them.
 D sits third to the right of F.
 The distance between D and E from either left or right of D is 17m such that no one sits between them.
 The distance between H and J from either left or right of H is 27m.
 A sits 6m to the left of F.
 There are three persons sitting between D and J.
 The distance between H and G from either left or right of G is 13m.
 F and B are 15m away from each other from either left or right of F but B is not adjacent to A.
 The distance between J and A from either left or right of A is 3m less than that between G and D from left of G.
What is the distance between B and D in anticlockwise direction beginning from B?
Correct
C. 27m
Incorrect
C. 27m

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
Certain number of persons is sitting on a circular table facing the centre. There is no vacant seat on the table. Each person is sitting at a certain distance. The distance between two adjacent people is different and more than 5m and less than 20m. All the distances are measured on the circumference. The consecutive distances cannot be even or odd. (Suppose A, B, C are on circular table in clockwise direction then if the distance between A and B is an even number then the distance between B and C should be an odd number and so on). The circumference of the table is less than 123m. The following information is known about them.
 D sits third to the right of F.
 The distance between D and E from either left or right of D is 17m such that no one sits between them.
 The distance between H and J from either left or right of H is 27m.
 A sits 6m to the left of F.
 There are three persons sitting between D and J.
 The distance between H and G from either left or right of G is 13m.
 F and B are 15m away from each other from either left or right of F but B is not adjacent to A.
 The distance between J and A from either left or right of A is 3m less than that between G and D from left of G.
What is the position of G with respect to J?
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D. Third to the left
Incorrect
D. Third to the left

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
Certain number of persons is sitting on a circular table facing the centre. There is no vacant seat on the table. Each person is sitting at a certain distance. The distance between two adjacent people is different and more than 5m and less than 20m. All the distances are measured on the circumference. The consecutive distances cannot be even or odd. (Suppose A, B, C are on circular table in clockwise direction then if the distance between A and B is an even number then the distance between B and C should be an odd number and so on). The circumference of the table is less than 123m. The following information is known about them.
 D sits third to the right of F.
 The distance between D and E from either left or right of D is 17m such that no one sits between them.
 The distance between H and J from either left or right of H is 27m.
 A sits 6m to the left of F.
 There are three persons sitting between D and J.
 The distance between H and G from either left or right of G is 13m.
 F and B are 15m away from each other from either left or right of F but B is not adjacent to A.
 The distance between J and A from either left or right of A is 3m less than that between G and D from left of G.
What is the circumference of table?
Correct
B. 121m
Incorrect
B. 121m

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
Certain number of persons is sitting on a circular table facing the centre. There is no vacant seat on the table. Each person is sitting at a certain distance. The distance between two adjacent people is different and more than 5m and less than 20m. All the distances are measured on the circumference. The consecutive distances cannot be even or odd. (Suppose A, B, C are on circular table in clockwise direction then if the distance between A and B is an even number then the distance between B and C should be an odd number and so on). The circumference of the table is less than 123m. The following information is known about them.
 D sits third to the right of F.
 The distance between D and E from either left or right of D is 17m such that no one sits between them.
 The distance between H and J from either left or right of H is 27m.
 A sits 6m to the left of F.
 There are three persons sitting between D and J.
 The distance between H and G from either left or right of G is 13m.
 F and B are 15m away from each other from either left or right of F but B is not adjacent to A.
 The distance between J and A from either left or right of A is 3m less than that between G and D from left of G.
What is the distance between E and B from the left of E?
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B. 10m
Incorrect
B. 10m

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Directions:(610) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
There are a certain number of floors in a building. No floor is vacant. Only three persons, who live on one of the floors of building, have cars of brands among Skoda, Fiat and Audi. There are less than twelve floors in the building. The ground floor is considered as 1^{st} floor and the floor above it is considered as 2^{nd} floor and so on. The following information is known about them,
 There are two floors between the floors of P and Q.
 The floor of S is just above the floor of Q, whose floor is not adjacent to one, who has Skoda.
 There are at least three floors between the floors of T and P.
 There is one floor between the floor of S and the one, who has Skoda.
 The floor of R is below the floor of P but above the floor of U.
 T lives on the top floor but does not have Skoda.
 The number of floors between the floors of P and V is twice the number of floors between the floors of U and P.
 The one, who lives on 4^{th} floor, has Audi.
 U’s floor is not adjacent to R’s or V’s floor.
Who among the following lives on the floor that is just below V’s floor?
Correct
B. S
Floors Persons Cars 11^{th} T 10^{th} Skoda 9^{th} V 8^{th} S 7^{th} Q 6^{th} Unknown 5^{th} Unknown 4^{th} P Audi 3^{rd} R 2^{nd} Unknown 1^{st} U Incorrect
B. S
Floors Persons Cars 11^{th} T 10^{th} Skoda 9^{th} V 8^{th} S 7^{th} Q 6^{th} Unknown 5^{th} Unknown 4^{th} P Audi 3^{rd} R 2^{nd} Unknown 1^{st} U 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
There are a certain number of floors in a building. No floor is vacant. Only three persons, who live on one of the floors of building, have cars of brands among Skoda, Fiat and Audi. There are less than twelve floors in the building. The ground floor is considered as 1^{st} floor and the floor above it is considered as 2^{nd} floor and so on. The following information is known about them,
 There are two floors between the floors of P and Q.
 The floor of S is just above the floor of Q, whose floor is not adjacent to one, who has Skoda.
 There are at least three floors between the floors of T and P.
 There is one floor between the floor of S and the one, who has Skoda.
 The floor of R is below the floor of P but above the floor of U.
 T lives on the top floor but does not have Skoda.
 The number of floors between the floors of P and V is twice the number of floors between the floors of U and P.
 The one, who lives on 4^{th} floor, has Audi.
 U’s floor is not adjacent to R’s or V’s floor.
How many persons live in the building?
Correct
D. Eleven
Floors Persons Cars 11^{th} T 10^{th} Skoda 9^{th} V 8^{th} S 7^{th} Q 6^{th} Unknown 5^{th} Unknown 4^{th} P Audi 3^{rd} R 2^{nd} Unknown 1^{st} U Incorrect
D. Eleven
Floors Persons Cars 11^{th} T 10^{th} Skoda 9^{th} V 8^{th} S 7^{th} Q 6^{th} Unknown 5^{th} Unknown 4^{th} P Audi 3^{rd} R 2^{nd} Unknown 1^{st} U 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
There are a certain number of floors in a building. No floor is vacant. Only three persons, who live on one of the floors of building, have cars of brands among Skoda, Fiat and Audi. There are less than twelve floors in the building. The ground floor is considered as 1^{st} floor and the floor above it is considered as 2^{nd} floor and so on. The following information is known about them,
 There are two floors between the floors of P and Q.
 The floor of S is just above the floor of Q, whose floor is not adjacent to one, who has Skoda.
 There are at least three floors between the floors of T and P.
 There is one floor between the floor of S and the one, who has Skoda.
 The floor of R is below the floor of P but above the floor of U.
 T lives on the top floor but does not have Skoda.
 The number of floors between the floors of P and V is twice the number of floors between the floors of U and P.
 The one, who lives on 4^{th} floor, has Audi.
 U’s floor is not adjacent to R’s or V’s floor.
Who among the following has Fiat car?
Correct
D. Cannot be determined
Floors Persons Cars 11^{th} T 10^{th} Skoda 9^{th} V 8^{th} S 7^{th} Q 6^{th} Unknown 5^{th} Unknown 4^{th} P Audi 3^{rd} R 2^{nd} Unknown 1^{st} U Incorrect
D. Cannot be determined
Floors Persons Cars 11^{th} T 10^{th} Skoda 9^{th} V 8^{th} S 7^{th} Q 6^{th} Unknown 5^{th} Unknown 4^{th} P Audi 3^{rd} R 2^{nd} Unknown 1^{st} U 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
There are a certain number of floors in a building. No floor is vacant. Only three persons, who live on one of the floors of building, have cars of brands among Skoda, Fiat and Audi. There are less than twelve floors in the building. The ground floor is considered as 1^{st} floor and the floor above it is considered as 2^{nd} floor and so on. The following information is known about them,
 There are two floors between the floors of P and Q.
 The floor of S is just above the floor of Q, whose floor is not adjacent to one, who has Skoda.
 There are at least three floors between the floors of T and P.
 There is one floor between the floor of S and the one, who has Skoda.
 The floor of R is below the floor of P but above the floor of U.
 T lives on the top floor but does not have Skoda.
 The number of floors between the floors of P and V is twice the number of floors between the floors of U and P.
 The one, who lives on 4^{th} floor, has Audi.
 U’s floor is not adjacent to R’s or V’s floor.
Who among the following has Audi?
Correct
C. P
Floors Persons Cars 11^{th} T 10^{th} Skoda 9^{th} V 8^{th} S 7^{th} Q 6^{th} Unknown 5^{th} Unknown 4^{th} P Audi 3^{rd} R 2^{nd} Unknown 1^{st} U Incorrect
C. P
Floors Persons Cars 11^{th} T 10^{th} Skoda 9^{th} V 8^{th} S 7^{th} Q 6^{th} Unknown 5^{th} Unknown 4^{th} P Audi 3^{rd} R 2^{nd} Unknown 1^{st} U 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
There are a certain number of floors in a building. No floor is vacant. Only three persons, who live on one of the floors of building, have cars of brands among Skoda, Fiat and Audi. There are less than twelve floors in the building. The ground floor is considered as 1^{st} floor and the floor above it is considered as 2^{nd} floor and so on. The following information is known about them,
 There are two floors between the floors of P and Q.
 The floor of S is just above the floor of Q, whose floor is not adjacent to one, who has Skoda.
 There are at least three floors between the floors of T and P.
 There is one floor between the floor of S and the one, who has Skoda.
 The floor of R is below the floor of P but above the floor of U.
 T lives on the top floor but does not have Skoda.
 The number of floors between the floors of P and V is twice the number of floors between the floors of U and P.
 The one, who lives on 4^{th} floor, has Audi.
 U’s floor is not adjacent to R’s or V’s floor.
Who among the following lives on the bottommost floor?
Correct
B. U
Floors Persons Cars 11^{th} T 10^{th} Skoda 9^{th} V 8^{th} S 7^{th} Q 6^{th} Unknown 5^{th} Unknown 4^{th} P Audi 3^{rd} R 2^{nd} Unknown 1^{st} U Incorrect
B. U
Floors Persons Cars 11^{th} T 10^{th} Skoda 9^{th} V 8^{th} S 7^{th} Q 6^{th} Unknown 5^{th} Unknown 4^{th} P Audi 3^{rd} R 2^{nd} Unknown 1^{st} U
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