Floor Puzzle and Linear Arrangement Questions For IBPS PO/Clerk
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Floor Puzzle and Linear Arrangement Questions For IBPS PO/Clerk Prelims Set 146
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Directions:(15) Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.
K, L, M, N, O, P and Q live on seven different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered one and the floor above it is numbered two and so on. The top most floor is numbered seven. All of them belong to different states among Bihar, Haryana, Kolkata, M.P., Punjab, Sikkim and Telangana, again not necessarily in the same order.
The person who belongs to Kolkata lives on an even numbered floor, which is immediately below the floor of P. The person who belongs to Punjab lives on a floor which is exactly three floors above the floor of the person who belongs to Haryana. There are exactly two floors between the floors of Q and the person who belongs to Kolkata. N and O live on floors immediately one above the other and neither of them lives on the floor numbered one. There is exactly one floor between the floor of the person who belongs to Telangana and that of L, who lives on the fourth floor. K and M do not live on adjacent floors and neither of them belongs to Punjab. The person who belongs to M.P. lives on a floor which is above the floor of the person who belongs to Sikkim and below the floor of the person who belongs to Bihar.
If K does not belong to Sikkim, on which of the following floors does he live?
Correct
B. Sixth
Floor Number Person State 7 Q Bihar 6 K/M Telangana 5 P Punjab 4 L Kolkata 3 O/N M.P. 2 N/O Haryana 1 M/K Sikkim Incorrect
B. Sixth
Floor Number Person State 7 Q Bihar 6 K/M Telangana 5 P Punjab 4 L Kolkata 3 O/N M.P. 2 N/O Haryana 1 M/K Sikkim 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
K, L, M, N, O, P and Q live on seven different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered one and the floor above it is numbered two and so on. The top most floor is numbered seven. All of them belong to different states among Bihar, Haryana, Kolkata, M.P., Punjab, Sikkim and Telangana, again not necessarily in the same order.
The person who belongs to Kolkata lives on an even numbered floor, which is immediately below the floor of P. The person who belongs to Punjab lives on a floor which is exactly three floors above the floor of the person who belongs to Haryana. There are exactly two floors between the floors of Q and the person who belongs to Kolkata. N and O live on floors immediately one above the other and neither of them lives on the floor numbered one. There is exactly one floor between the floor of the person who belongs to Telangana and that of L, who lives on the fourth floor. K and M do not live on adjacent floors and neither of them belongs to Punjab. The person who belongs to M.P. lives on a floor which is above the floor of the person who belongs to Sikkim and below the floor of the person who belongs to Bihar.
If M and N live on adjacent floors, to which of the following states does O belong?
Correct
A. M.P.
Floor Number Person State 7 Q Bihar 6 K/M Telangana 5 P Punjab 4 L Kolkata 3 O/N M.P. 2 N/O Haryana 1 M/K Sikkim Incorrect
A. M.P.
Floor Number Person State 7 Q Bihar 6 K/M Telangana 5 P Punjab 4 L Kolkata 3 O/N M.P. 2 N/O Haryana 1 M/K Sikkim 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
K, L, M, N, O, P and Q live on seven different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered one and the floor above it is numbered two and so on. The top most floor is numbered seven. All of them belong to different states among Bihar, Haryana, Kolkata, M.P., Punjab, Sikkim and Telangana, again not necessarily in the same order.
The person who belongs to Kolkata lives on an even numbered floor, which is immediately below the floor of P. The person who belongs to Punjab lives on a floor which is exactly three floors above the floor of the person who belongs to Haryana. There are exactly two floors between the floors of Q and the person who belongs to Kolkata. N and O live on floors immediately one above the other and neither of them lives on the floor numbered one. There is exactly one floor between the floor of the person who belongs to Telangana and that of L, who lives on the fourth floor. K and M do not live on adjacent floors and neither of them belongs to Punjab. The person who belongs to M.P. lives on a floor which is above the floor of the person who belongs to Sikkim and below the floor of the person who belongs to Bihar.
Who lives on the fifth floor?
Correct
A. P
Floor Number Person State 7 Q Bihar 6 K/M Telangana 5 P Punjab 4 L Kolkata 3 O/N M.P. 2 N/O Haryana 1 M/K Sikkim Incorrect
A. P
Floor Number Person State 7 Q Bihar 6 K/M Telangana 5 P Punjab 4 L Kolkata 3 O/N M.P. 2 N/O Haryana 1 M/K Sikkim 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
K, L, M, N, O, P and Q live on seven different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered one and the floor above it is numbered two and so on. The top most floor is numbered seven. All of them belong to different states among Bihar, Haryana, Kolkata, M.P., Punjab, Sikkim and Telangana, again not necessarily in the same order.
The person who belongs to Kolkata lives on an even numbered floor, which is immediately below the floor of P. The person who belongs to Punjab lives on a floor which is exactly three floors above the floor of the person who belongs to Haryana. There are exactly two floors between the floors of Q and the person who belongs to Kolkata. N and O live on floors immediately one above the other and neither of them lives on the floor numbered one. There is exactly one floor between the floor of the person who belongs to Telangana and that of L, who lives on the fourth floor. K and M do not live on adjacent floors and neither of them belongs to Punjab. The person who belongs to M.P. lives on a floor which is above the floor of the person who belongs to Sikkim and below the floor of the person who belongs to Bihar.
The person who belongs to Bihar lives on which of the following floors?
Correct
A. Seventh
Floor Number Person State 7 Q Bihar 6 K/M Telangana 5 P Punjab 4 L Kolkata 3 O/N M.P. 2 N/O Haryana 1 M/K Sikkim Incorrect
A. Seventh
Floor Number Person State 7 Q Bihar 6 K/M Telangana 5 P Punjab 4 L Kolkata 3 O/N M.P. 2 N/O Haryana 1 M/K Sikkim 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
K, L, M, N, O, P and Q live on seven different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered one and the floor above it is numbered two and so on. The top most floor is numbered seven. All of them belong to different states among Bihar, Haryana, Kolkata, M.P., Punjab, Sikkim and Telangana, again not necessarily in the same order.
The person who belongs to Kolkata lives on an even numbered floor, which is immediately below the floor of P. The person who belongs to Punjab lives on a floor which is exactly three floors above the floor of the person who belongs to Haryana. There are exactly two floors between the floors of Q and the person who belongs to Kolkata. N and O live on floors immediately one above the other and neither of them lives on the floor numbered one. There is exactly one floor between the floor of the person who belongs to Telangana and that of L, who lives on the fourth floor. K and M do not live on adjacent floors and neither of them belongs to Punjab. The person who belongs to M.P. lives on a floor which is above the floor of the person who belongs to Sikkim and below the floor of the person who belongs to Bihar.
Who lives on the floor immediately above the floor of the person who belongs to Haryana?
Correct
E. Cannot be determined
Floor Number Person State 7 Q Bihar 6 K/M Telangana 5 P Punjab 4 L Kolkata 3 O/N M.P. 2 N/O Haryana 1 M/K Sikkim Incorrect
E. Cannot be determined
Floor Number Person State 7 Q Bihar 6 K/M Telangana 5 P Punjab 4 L Kolkata 3 O/N M.P. 2 N/O Haryana 1 M/K Sikkim 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Directions:(610) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
Six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in a row facing north. Each one of them has a different age among 20years, 21years, 23years, 24years, 25years and 26years. The following information is known about them,
 U is sitting third to the left of one, who is 23 years old but U is not sitting on any end.
 S and Q are adjacent to each other and neither of their ages is an odd number.
 The difference in the ages of S and T is 2 years.
 R is sitting to the immediate left of T but not on any extreme end.
 P, who is sitting at one of the extreme ends of the row, is not sitting adjacent to U.
 The one, who is the oldest, is sitting at the extreme left end.
 U’s age is not in multiple of 5.
 S is not sitting adjacent to U.
Who among the following is sitting on the extreme left end?
Correct
B. S
Incorrect
B. S

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in a row facing north. Each one of them has a different age among 20years, 21years, 23years, 24years, 25years and 26years. The following information is known about them,
 U is sitting third to the left of one, who is 23 years old but U is not sitting on any end.
 S and Q are adjacent to each other and neither of their ages is an odd number.
 The difference in the ages of S and T is 2 years.
 R is sitting to the immediate left of T but not on any extreme end.
 P, who is sitting at one of the extreme ends of the row, is not sitting adjacent to U.
 The one, who is the oldest, is sitting at the extreme left end.
 U’s age is not in multiple of 5.
 S is not sitting adjacent to U.
Who among the following is 24years old?
Correct
A. T
Incorrect
A. T

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in a row facing north. Each one of them has a different age among 20years, 21years, 23years, 24years, 25years and 26years. The following information is known about them,
 U is sitting third to the left of one, who is 23 years old but U is not sitting on any end.
 S and Q are adjacent to each other and neither of their ages is an odd number.
 The difference in the ages of S and T is 2 years.
 R is sitting to the immediate left of T but not on any extreme end.
 P, who is sitting at one of the extreme ends of the row, is not sitting adjacent to U.
 The one, who is the oldest, is sitting at the extreme left end.
 U’s age is not in multiple of 5.
 S is not sitting adjacent to U.
How old is U?
Correct
C. 21years
Incorrect
C. 21years

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in a row facing north. Each one of them has a different age among 20years, 21years, 23years, 24years, 25years and 26years. The following information is known about them,
 U is sitting third to the left of one, who is 23 years old but U is not sitting on any end.
 S and Q are adjacent to each other and neither of their ages is an odd number.
 The difference in the ages of S and T is 2 years.
 R is sitting to the immediate left of T but not on any extreme end.
 P, who is sitting at one of the extreme ends of the row, is not sitting adjacent to U.
 The one, who is the oldest, is sitting at the extreme left end.
 U’s age is not in multiple of 5.
 S is not sitting adjacent to U.
What is the position of T with respect to U?
Correct
D. None of these
Incorrect
D. None of these

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in a row facing north. Each one of them has a different age among 20years, 21years, 23years, 24years, 25years and 26years. The following information is known about them,
 U is sitting third to the left of one, who is 23 years old but U is not sitting on any end.
 S and Q are adjacent to each other and neither of their ages is an odd number.
 The difference in the ages of S and T is 2 years.
 R is sitting to the immediate left of T but not on any extreme end.
 P, who is sitting at one of the extreme ends of the row, is not sitting adjacent to U.
 The one, who is the oldest, is sitting at the extreme left end.
 U’s age is not in multiple of 5.
 S is not sitting adjacent to U.
Who among the following is the oldest?
Correct
A. S
Incorrect
A. S
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