High Level Puzzles for IBPS PO/Clerk/Insurance 2017 : Set – 49

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Directions: (1-5) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
Nine persons namely, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W and X attended a meeting in which they were sitting around a circular table. The seats of the table are not directed towards the center. All the nine persons are representing five company groups named Tata, Reliance, Birla, Airtel and Vodafone, but not necessarily in the same order. At least one person and not more than two persons represent one company. These persons are from different cities- Hyderabad, Chennai, Lucknow, Delhi, Chandigarh, Pune, Bangalore, Ahmedabad and Mumbai. R sits third to the right of W. Only two people sit between X and T and one of X and T sits with W. The only two persons representing Reliance are the only two representatives of the same company sitting together. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai.The person from Delhi is third to the left of the one from Hyderabad and none of them is R or sits with R.The persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit together.The only person representing Birla sits to the immediate left of U who is from Chandigarh. S, who is not from Hyderabad, sits to the immediate right of P who is not from Delhi or Hyderabad.T represents his company with only one person. R doesn’t represent Birla.U doesn’t sit with W and V.The person from Ahmedabad sits closer to the left of W than right of W.The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai.X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. Only if Q is from Chennai then U represents Reliance. V doesn’t represent Vodafone.Either S or T represents Airtel.The person from Ahmedabad doesn’t sit to the immediate right of the one from Mumbai. U doesn’t represent Tata. The person from Chennai doesn’t represent Airtel. The person to the immediate right of Q doesn’t represent Vodafone.

1.Who is from Chennai and which company does he represent?

a. W, Tata
b. W, Vodafone
c. Q, Birla
d. Q, Vodafone
e. Cannot be determined

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B. W, Vodafone

Let nine persons be sitting around a circular table from 1 to 9 in clockwise direction. R sits third to the right of W. Only two people sit between X and T and one of them sits with W. W sits at 1 and R sits at 4. There can be two cases:

Case 1: X, T sit at (9,6) in any order. The person from Delhi is third to the left of the one from Hyderabad and none of them is R or sits with R. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad can sit at (6,9) (first case) or (7,1) (second case) or (8,2) (third case) respectively. S who is not from Hyderabad, sits to the immediate right of P who is not from Delhi or Hyderabad. S, P can sit at (8,7) (in first case and third case) or (3,2) (in first and second case) respectively according to the positions of the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad in respective order. The only person representing Birla sits to the immediate left of U who is from Chandigarh. R doesn’t represent Birla. U doesn’t sit with W and V. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. T represents his company with only one person. It means that X and T cannot represent Birla. So, in the second case, U sits at 8 and the one at 7 represents Birla. As V doesn’t sit with U so V sits at 5
and Q sits at 7. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. But W is from Hyderabad. So, second case is not possible. In the first case, when S, P sit at (3,2) respectively, U sits at 8 and the person at 7 must represent Birla. The person from Ahmedabad sits closer to the left of W than right of W. The persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit together and they represent different companies. But there is no space for these persons so S, P cannot sit at (3,2) in the first case. S, P sit at (8,7) respectively in the first case. U can only sit at 3 and the person representing Birla is at 2. Thus, the persons from Ahmedabad and Pune can only sit at (8,7) respectively. As U doesn’t sit with V so V sits at 5 and Q sits at 2. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai so V is from Mumbai. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. So, W is from Bangalore and Q is from Chennai. It is given that only if Q is from Chennai then U represents Reliance. It means that R must represent Reliance. Also, R is from Lucknow. As X and V represent the same company but not Reliance so X sits at 9 and T sits at 6. V doesn’t represent Vodafone so X and V represent Airtel. They cannot represent Tata as W represents Tata. Either S or T represents Airtel. But only the persons representing Reliance sit together. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad have to be at (8,2) respectively. Thus, S, P sit at (8,7) respectively. The persons from Ahmedabad, Pune can sit at (7,6) in any order. As U doesn’t sit with V so Q sits at 2 and V sits at 5. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. V is from Mumbai. The person from Ahmedabad doesn’t sit to the immediate right of the one from Mumbai. So, the persons from Ahmedabad, Pune must sit at (7,6) respectively. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance so X sits at  9 and T sits at 6. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. So, X is from Bangalore and W is from Chennai. V also represents Tata. Only if Q is from Chennai then U represents Reliance. So, U cannot represent Reliance. Thus, S and P have to represent Reliance. Also, R is from Lucknow. Either S or T represents Airtel so T represents Airtel. U doesn’t represent Tata. The person to the immediate right of Q doesn’t represent Vodafone. It means that U has to represent Airtel. Thus, R has to represent Vodafone. The person from Chennai doesn’t represent Airtel. It implies that W has to represent Vodafone.

Case 2: X, T sit at (2,5) in any order. The person from Delhi is third to the left of the one from Hyderabad and none of them is R or sits with R. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad can sit at (6,9) (first case) or (7,1) (second case) or (8,2) (third case) respectively. S who is not from Hyderabad, sits to the immediate right of P who is not from Delhi or Hyderabad. S, P can sit at (8,7) (in first case and third case) or (9,8) (in second case) or (7,6) (in second and third case) respectively according to the positions of the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad in respective order. The only person representing Birla sits to the immediate left of U who is from Chandigarh. R doesn’t represent Birla. U doesn’t sit with W and V. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. T represents his company with only one person. It means that X and T cannot represent Birla. So, U who is from Chandigarh cannot sit anywhere in any of the cases except in the second case when S, P sit at (7,6) respectively. Thus, U sits at 8 and S is from Birla. As U doesn’t sit with V so Q sits at 9 and V sits at 3. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. So, V and X cannot sit together. X, T sit at (5,2) respectively. The person from Ahmedabad sits closer to the left of W than right of W. The persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit together and they represent different companies. So, the persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit at (6,5) respectively. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. V is from Mumbai. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. They cannot sit anywhere so this case gets rejected

The final arrangement is shown below:

2.Who sits second to the right of the one from Lucknow?

a. The person from Hyderabad
b. The person from Delhi
c. The person from Pune
d. The person from Ahmedabad
e. Cannot be determined

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C. The person from Pune

Let nine persons be sitting around a circular table from 1 to 9 in clockwise direction. R sits third to the right of W. Only two people sit between X and T and one of them sits with W. W sits at 1 and R sits at 4. There can be two cases:

Case 1: X, T sit at (9,6) in any order. The person from Delhi is third to the left of the one from Hyderabad and none of them is R or sits with R. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad can sit at (6,9) (first case) or (7,1) (second case) or (8,2) (third case) respectively. S who is not from Hyderabad, sits to the immediate right of P who is not from Delhi or Hyderabad. S, P can sit at (8,7) (in first case and third case) or (3,2) (in first and second case) respectively according to the positions of the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad in respective order. The only person representing Birla sits to the immediate left of U who is from Chandigarh. R doesn’t represent Birla. U doesn’t sit with W and V. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. T represents his company with only one person. It means that X and T cannot represent Birla. So, in the second case, U sits at 8 and the one at 7 represents Birla. As V doesn’t sit with U so V sits at 5
and Q sits at 7. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. But W is from Hyderabad. So, second case is not possible. In the first case, when S, P sit at (3,2) respectively, U sits at 8 and the person at 7 must represent Birla. The person from Ahmedabad sits closer to the left of W than right of W. The persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit together and they represent different companies. But there is no space for these persons so S, P cannot sit at (3,2) in the first case. S, P sit at (8,7) respectively in the first case. U can only sit at 3 and the person representing Birla is at 2. Thus, the persons from Ahmedabad and Pune can only sit at (8,7) respectively. As U doesn’t sit with V so V sits at 5 and Q sits at 2. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai so V is from Mumbai. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. So, W is from Bangalore and Q is from Chennai. It is given that only if Q is from Chennai then U represents Reliance. It means that R must represent Reliance. Also, R is from Lucknow. As X and V represent the same company but not Reliance so X sits at 9 and T sits at 6. V doesn’t represent Vodafone so X and V represent Airtel. They cannot represent Tata as W represents Tata. Either S or T represents Airtel. But only the persons representing Reliance sit together. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad have to be at (8,2) respectively. Thus, S, P sit at (8,7) respectively. The persons from Ahmedabad, Pune can sit at (7,6) in any order. As U doesn’t sit with V so Q sits at 2 and V sits at 5. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. V is from Mumbai. The person from Ahmedabad doesn’t sit to the immediate right of the one from Mumbai. So, the persons from Ahmedabad, Pune must sit at (7,6) respectively. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance so X sits at  9 and T sits at 6. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. So, X is from Bangalore and W is from Chennai. V also represents Tata. Only if Q is from Chennai then U represents Reliance. So, U cannot represent Reliance. Thus, S and P have to represent Reliance. Also, R is from Lucknow. Either S or T represents Airtel so T represents Airtel. U doesn’t represent Tata. The person to the immediate right of Q doesn’t represent Vodafone. It means that U has to represent Airtel. Thus, R has to represent Vodafone. The person from Chennai doesn’t represent Airtel. It implies that W has to represent Vodafone.

Case 2: X, T sit at (2,5) in any order. The person from Delhi is third to the left of the one from Hyderabad and none of them is R or sits with R. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad can sit at (6,9) (first case) or (7,1) (second case) or (8,2) (third case) respectively. S who is not from Hyderabad, sits to the immediate right of P who is not from Delhi or Hyderabad. S, P can sit at (8,7) (in first case and third case) or (9,8) (in second case) or (7,6) (in second and third case) respectively according to the positions of the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad in respective order. The only person representing Birla sits to the immediate left of U who is from Chandigarh. R doesn’t represent Birla. U doesn’t sit with W and V. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. T represents his company with only one person. It means that X and T cannot represent Birla. So, U who is from Chandigarh cannot sit anywhere in any of the cases except in the second case when S, P sit at (7,6) respectively. Thus, U sits at 8 and S is from Birla. As U doesn’t sit with V so Q sits at 9 and V sits at 3. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. So, V and X cannot sit together. X, T sit at (5,2) respectively. The person from Ahmedabad sits closer to the left of W than right of W. The persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit together and they represent different companies. So, the persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit at (6,5) respectively. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. V is from Mumbai. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. They cannot sit anywhere so this case gets rejected

The final arrangement is shown below:

3.Which company is being represented by the one from Delhi?

a. Airtel
b. Reliance
c. Vodafone
d. Birla
e. Tata

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B. Reliance

Let nine persons be sitting around a circular table from 1 to 9 in clockwise direction. R sits third to the right of W. Only two people sit between X and T and one of them sits with W. W sits at 1 and R sits at 4. There can be two cases:

Case 1: X, T sit at (9,6) in any order. The person from Delhi is third to the left of the one from Hyderabad and none of them is R or sits with R. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad can sit at (6,9) (first case) or (7,1) (second case) or (8,2) (third case) respectively. S who is not from Hyderabad, sits to the immediate right of P who is not from Delhi or Hyderabad. S, P can sit at (8,7) (in first case and third case) or (3,2) (in first and second case) respectively according to the positions of the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad in respective order. The only person representing Birla sits to the immediate left of U who is from Chandigarh. R doesn’t represent Birla. U doesn’t sit with W and V. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. T represents his company with only one person. It means that X and T cannot represent Birla. So, in the second case, U sits at 8 and the one at 7 represents Birla. As V doesn’t sit with U so V sits at 5
and Q sits at 7. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. But W is from Hyderabad. So, second case is not possible. In the first case, when S, P sit at (3,2) respectively, U sits at 8 and the person at 7 must represent Birla. The person from Ahmedabad sits closer to the left of W than right of W. The persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit together and they represent different companies. But there is no space for these persons so S, P cannot sit at (3,2) in the first case. S, P sit at (8,7) respectively in the first case. U can only sit at 3 and the person representing Birla is at 2. Thus, the persons from Ahmedabad and Pune can only sit at (8,7) respectively. As U doesn’t sit with V so V sits at 5 and Q sits at 2. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai so V is from Mumbai. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. So, W is from Bangalore and Q is from Chennai. It is given that only if Q is from Chennai then U represents Reliance. It means that R must represent Reliance. Also, R is from Lucknow. As X and V represent the same company but not Reliance so X sits at 9 and T sits at 6. V doesn’t represent Vodafone so X and V represent Airtel. They cannot represent Tata as W represents Tata. Either S or T represents Airtel. But only the persons representing Reliance sit together. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad have to be at (8,2) respectively. Thus, S, P sit at (8,7) respectively. The persons from Ahmedabad, Pune can sit at (7,6) in any order. As U doesn’t sit with V so Q sits at 2 and V sits at 5. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. V is from Mumbai. The person from Ahmedabad doesn’t sit to the immediate right of the one from Mumbai. So, the persons from Ahmedabad, Pune must sit at (7,6) respectively. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance so X sits at  9 and T sits at 6. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. So, X is from Bangalore and W is from Chennai. V also represents Tata. Only if Q is from Chennai then U represents Reliance. So, U cannot represent Reliance. Thus, S and P have to represent Reliance. Also, R is from Lucknow. Either S or T represents Airtel so T represents Airtel. U doesn’t represent Tata. The person to the immediate right of Q doesn’t represent Vodafone. It means that U has to represent Airtel. Thus, R has to represent Vodafone. The person from Chennai doesn’t represent Airtel. It implies that W has to represent Vodafone.

Case 2: X, T sit at (2,5) in any order. The person from Delhi is third to the left of the one from Hyderabad and none of them is R or sits with R. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad can sit at (6,9) (first case) or (7,1) (second case) or (8,2) (third case) respectively. S who is not from Hyderabad, sits to the immediate right of P who is not from Delhi or Hyderabad. S, P can sit at (8,7) (in first case and third case) or (9,8) (in second case) or (7,6) (in second and third case) respectively according to the positions of the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad in respective order. The only person representing Birla sits to the immediate left of U who is from Chandigarh. R doesn’t represent Birla. U doesn’t sit with W and V. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. T represents his company with only one person. It means that X and T cannot represent Birla. So, U who is from Chandigarh cannot sit anywhere in any of the cases except in the second case when S, P sit at (7,6) respectively. Thus, U sits at 8 and S is from Birla. As U doesn’t sit with V so Q sits at 9 and V sits at 3. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. So, V and X cannot sit together. X, T sit at (5,2) respectively. The person from Ahmedabad sits closer to the left of W than right of W. The persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit together and they represent different companies. So, the persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit at (6,5) respectively. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. V is from Mumbai. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. They cannot sit anywhere so this case gets rejected

The final arrangement is shown below:

4.How many persons sit between the person from Bangalore and the one representing Birla from the right of the one from Bangalore?

a. Zero
b. One
c. Two
d. Three
e. Four

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B. One

Let nine persons be sitting around a circular table from 1 to 9 in clockwise direction. R sits third to the right of W. Only two people sit between X and T and one of them sits with W. W sits at 1 and R sits at 4. There can be two cases:

Case 1: X, T sit at (9,6) in any order. The person from Delhi is third to the left of the one from Hyderabad and none of them is R or sits with R. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad can sit at (6,9) (first case) or (7,1) (second case) or (8,2) (third case) respectively. S who is not from Hyderabad, sits to the immediate right of P who is not from Delhi or Hyderabad. S, P can sit at (8,7) (in first case and third case) or (3,2) (in first and second case) respectively according to the positions of the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad in respective order. The only person representing Birla sits to the immediate left of U who is from Chandigarh. R doesn’t represent Birla. U doesn’t sit with W and V. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. T represents his company with only one person. It means that X and T cannot represent Birla. So, in the second case, U sits at 8 and the one at 7 represents Birla. As V doesn’t sit with U so V sits at 5
and Q sits at 7. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. But W is from Hyderabad. So, second case is not possible. In the first case, when S, P sit at (3,2) respectively, U sits at 8 and the person at 7 must represent Birla. The person from Ahmedabad sits closer to the left of W than right of W. The persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit together and they represent different companies. But there is no space for these persons so S, P cannot sit at (3,2) in the first case. S, P sit at (8,7) respectively in the first case. U can only sit at 3 and the person representing Birla is at 2. Thus, the persons from Ahmedabad and Pune can only sit at (8,7) respectively. As U doesn’t sit with V so V sits at 5 and Q sits at 2. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai so V is from Mumbai. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. So, W is from Bangalore and Q is from Chennai. It is given that only if Q is from Chennai then U represents Reliance. It means that R must represent Reliance. Also, R is from Lucknow. As X and V represent the same company but not Reliance so X sits at 9 and T sits at 6. V doesn’t represent Vodafone so X and V represent Airtel. They cannot represent Tata as W represents Tata. Either S or T represents Airtel. But only the persons representing Reliance sit together. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad have to be at (8,2) respectively. Thus, S, P sit at (8,7) respectively. The persons from Ahmedabad, Pune can sit at (7,6) in any order. As U doesn’t sit with V so Q sits at 2 and V sits at 5. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. V is from Mumbai. The person from Ahmedabad doesn’t sit to the immediate right of the one from Mumbai. So, the persons from Ahmedabad, Pune must sit at (7,6) respectively. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance so X sits at  9 and T sits at 6. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. So, X is from Bangalore and W is from Chennai. V also represents Tata. Only if Q is from Chennai then U represents Reliance. So, U cannot represent Reliance. Thus, S and P have to represent Reliance. Also, R is from Lucknow. Either S or T represents Airtel so T represents Airtel. U doesn’t represent Tata. The person to the immediate right of Q doesn’t represent Vodafone. It means that U has to represent Airtel. Thus, R has to represent Vodafone. The person from Chennai doesn’t represent Airtel. It implies that W has to represent Vodafone.

Case 2: X, T sit at (2,5) in any order. The person from Delhi is third to the left of the one from Hyderabad and none of them is R or sits with R. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad can sit at (6,9) (first case) or (7,1) (second case) or (8,2) (third case) respectively. S who is not from Hyderabad, sits to the immediate right of P who is not from Delhi or Hyderabad. S, P can sit at (8,7) (in first case and third case) or (9,8) (in second case) or (7,6) (in second and third case) respectively according to the positions of the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad in respective order. The only person representing Birla sits to the immediate left of U who is from Chandigarh. R doesn’t represent Birla. U doesn’t sit with W and V. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. T represents his company with only one person. It means that X and T cannot represent Birla. So, U who is from Chandigarh cannot sit anywhere in any of the cases except in the second case when S, P sit at (7,6) respectively. Thus, U sits at 8 and S is from Birla. As U doesn’t sit with V so Q sits at 9 and V sits at 3. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. So, V and X cannot sit together. X, T sit at (5,2) respectively. The person from Ahmedabad sits closer to the left of W than right of W. The persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit together and they represent different companies. So, the persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit at (6,5) respectively. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. V is from Mumbai. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. They cannot sit anywhere so this case gets rejected

The final arrangement is shown below:

5.Which company is represented by the one who is third to the left of the one from Ahmedabad?

a. Vodafone
b. Airtel
c. Birla
d. Tata
e. Reliance

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A. Vodafone

Let nine persons be sitting around a circular table from 1 to 9 in clockwise direction. R sits third to the right of W. Only two people sit between X and T and one of them sits with W. W sits at 1 and R sits at 4. There can be two cases:

Case 1: X, T sit at (9,6) in any order. The person from Delhi is third to the left of the one from Hyderabad and none of them is R or sits with R. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad can sit at (6,9) (first case) or (7,1) (second case) or (8,2) (third case) respectively. S who is not from Hyderabad, sits to the immediate right of P who is not from Delhi or Hyderabad. S, P can sit at (8,7) (in first case and third case) or (3,2) (in first and second case) respectively according to the positions of the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad in respective order. The only person representing Birla sits to the immediate left of U who is from Chandigarh. R doesn’t represent Birla. U doesn’t sit with W and V. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. T represents his company with only one person. It means that X and T cannot represent Birla. So, in the second case, U sits at 8 and the one at 7 represents Birla. As V doesn’t sit with U so V sits at 5
and Q sits at 7. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. But W is from Hyderabad. So, second case is not possible. In the first case, when S, P sit at (3,2) respectively, U sits at 8 and the person at 7 must represent Birla. The person from Ahmedabad sits closer to the left of W than right of W. The persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit together and they represent different companies. But there is no space for these persons so S, P cannot sit at (3,2) in the first case. S, P sit at (8,7) respectively in the first case. U can only sit at 3 and the person representing Birla is at 2. Thus, the persons from Ahmedabad and Pune can only sit at (8,7) respectively. As U doesn’t sit with V so V sits at 5 and Q sits at 2. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai so V is from Mumbai. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. So, W is from Bangalore and Q is from Chennai. It is given that only if Q is from Chennai then U represents Reliance. It means that R must represent Reliance. Also, R is from Lucknow. As X and V represent the same company but not Reliance so X sits at 9 and T sits at 6. V doesn’t represent Vodafone so X and V represent Airtel. They cannot represent Tata as W represents Tata. Either S or T represents Airtel. But only the persons representing Reliance sit together. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad have to be at (8,2) respectively. Thus, S, P sit at (8,7) respectively. The persons from Ahmedabad, Pune can sit at (7,6) in any order. As U doesn’t sit with V so Q sits at 2 and V sits at 5. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. V is from Mumbai. The person from Ahmedabad doesn’t sit to the immediate right of the one from Mumbai. So, the persons from Ahmedabad, Pune must sit at (7,6) respectively. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance so X sits at  9 and T sits at 6. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. So, X is from Bangalore and W is from Chennai. V also represents Tata. Only if Q is from Chennai then U represents Reliance. So, U cannot represent Reliance. Thus, S and P have to represent Reliance. Also, R is from Lucknow. Either S or T represents Airtel so T represents Airtel. U doesn’t represent Tata. The person to the immediate right of Q doesn’t represent Vodafone. It means that U has to represent Airtel. Thus, R has to represent Vodafone. The person from Chennai doesn’t represent Airtel. It implies that W has to represent Vodafone.

Case 2: X, T sit at (2,5) in any order. The person from Delhi is third to the left of the one from Hyderabad and none of them is R or sits with R. So, the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad can sit at (6,9) (first case) or (7,1) (second case) or (8,2) (third case) respectively. S who is not from Hyderabad, sits to the immediate right of P who is not from Delhi or Hyderabad. S, P can sit at (8,7) (in first case and third case) or (9,8) (in second case) or (7,6) (in second and third case) respectively according to the positions of the persons from Delhi, Hyderabad in respective order. The only person representing Birla sits to the immediate left of U who is from Chandigarh. R doesn’t represent Birla. U doesn’t sit with W and V. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. T represents his company with only one person. It means that X and T cannot represent Birla. So, U who is from Chandigarh cannot sit anywhere in any of the cases except in the second case when S, P sit at (7,6) respectively. Thus, U sits at 8 and S is from Birla. As U doesn’t sit with V so Q sits at 9 and V sits at 3. X and V represent the same company but not Reliance. So, V and X cannot sit together. X, T sit at (5,2) respectively. The person from Ahmedabad sits closer to the left of W than right of W. The persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit together and they represent different companies. So, the persons from Ahmedabad and Pune sit at (6,5) respectively. The person third to the right of Q is from Mumbai. V is from Mumbai. One of the persons representing Tata is from Bangalore and he sits to the immediate left of the one from Chennai. They cannot sit anywhere so this case gets rejected

The final arrangement is shown below:

Directions: (6-10) Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow.
Seven girls Lily, Mina, Simran, Priya, Honey, Geeta and Sarita use different internet connections among Airtel, MTS, BSNL, Vodafone, MTNL, Docomo and Idea, not necessarily in the given order. Also, each of them uses a different mobile application among Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, Viber, Instagram, Hike and Skype, again not necessarily in the given order.
a) Simran does not have an internet connection of MTNL and uses Instagram.
b) Sarita uses MTS’s internet connection but does not use Skype.
c) Geeta does not use WhatsApp.
d) The person using Hike has internet connection of Idea.

e)The person using WhatsApp has Docomo internet.

f) Mina uses Twitter.

g)Lily has Airtel internet connection and uses Facebook.

h)Honey uses internet connection of Vodafone.

6.Who uses Hike?

a. Sarita
b. Priya
c. Geeta
d. Mina
e. Honey

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C. Geeta

From the direct information, we get the following table:

Idea – Hike
Docomo – WhatsApp
Only Priya can use WhatsApp. Thus, Geeta uses Hike and has Idea connection. It also implies that Honey uses Skype and Sarita uses Viber. As Simran doesn’t use MTNL so Mina must use MTNL and Simran uses BSNL.
The final arrangement is shown below:

7.Who uses MTNL internet connection?

a. Priya
b. Mina
c. Honey
d. Mona
e. Cannot be determined

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B. Mina

From the direct information, we get the following table:

Idea – Hike
Docomo – WhatsApp
Only Priya can use WhatsApp. Thus, Geeta uses Hike and has Idea connection. It also implies that Honey uses Skype and Sarita uses Viber. As Simran doesn’t use MTNL so Mina must use MTNL and Simran uses BSNL.
The final arrangement is shown below:

8.The mobile application used by how many of the girls can be definitely determined?

a. five
b. four
c. three
d. none
e. all

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E. All

From the direct information, we get the following table:

Idea – Hike
Docomo – WhatsApp
Only Priya can use WhatsApp. Thus, Geeta uses Hike and has Idea connection. It also implies that Honey uses Skype and Sarita uses Viber. As Simran doesn’t use MTNL so Mina must use MTNL and Simran uses BSNL.
The final arrangement is shown below:

9.Which internet connection does the girl, who uses Instagram has?

a. Airtel
b. Vodafone
c. Idea
d. BSNL
e. Cannot be determined

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D. BSNL

From the direct information, we get the following table:

Idea – Hike
Docomo – WhatsApp
Only Priya can use WhatsApp. Thus, Geeta uses Hike and has Idea connection. It also implies that Honey uses Skype and Sarita uses Viber. As Simran doesn’t use MTNL so Mina must use MTNL and Simran uses BSNL.
The final arrangement is shown below:

10.Which mobile application does the girl having MTNL internet connection use?

a. Twitter
b. Instagram
c. WhatsApp
d. Facebook
e. Cannot be determined

Show Correct Answers

A. Twitter

From the direct information, we get the following table:

Idea – Hike
Docomo – WhatsApp
Only Priya can use WhatsApp. Thus, Geeta uses Hike and has Idea connection. It also implies that Honey uses Skype and Sarita uses Viber. As Simran doesn’t use MTNL so Mina must use MTNL and Simran uses BSNL.
The final arrangement is shown below:


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