## Puzzle and Seating Arrangement for IBPS Clerk Mains

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## Puzzle and Seating Arrangement for IBPS Clerk Mains: Set – 77

Directions:(1-5) Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
There are eight friends – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H, sitting around a rectangular table, not necessarily in the same order. One person sits on each shorter side of the table and three persons sit on each longer side of the table.Equal number of persons is facing towards the center of the table and away from the center of the table. Each of them went for shopping and brought different items among – Car, Laptop, Watch, Gun, Shoes, Mobile, Dress and Camera, not necessarily in the same order.
H hasn’t brought Watch. The person who brought Car sits third to the left of D, who brought Laptop. The person who brought camera is sitting diagonally opposite but diagonally adjacent to the person who brought Laptop. Either the persons who brought Gun and Watch are facing each other and are sitting opposite to each other or are sitting adjacent to each other on same side and facing towards the center. The persons sitting on the shorter sides of the table are not facing in the same direction with respect to each other. B, who doesn’t face towards the center of the table, sits third to the right of G, who brought Mobile. The person who brought Shoes is sitting to the immediate left of the person who brought Dress. A and H sit opposite to each other. C, who hasn’t brought Dress and the person who brought Gun are sitting on the same side of the table. E, who is not sitting in the middle of the longer side of table, is sitting at equal distance from both A and H. The person who bought dress or shoes doesn’t sit adjacent to G or E.All the four persons who are facing towards the centre are not sitting together.

1.Who is sitting third to the right of H?
a. A
b. The person who brought Mobile
c. The person who brought Car
d. D
e. None of the above

D. D

2.Who is sitting opposite to the person who brought Laptop?
a. F
b. B
c. E
d. None of these
e. Cannot be determined

A. F

3.Who is sitting third to the left of the person who brought Watch?
a. The person who brought Laptop
b. The person who brought Car
c. C
d. F
e. None of these

D. F

4.F brought which of the following items?
a. Watch
b. Mobile
c. Car
d. Shoes
e. Dress.

E. Dress

5.What is the position of H with respect to the person who brought Shoes?
a. Second to the left
b. Third to the right
c. Second to the right
d. Immediate left
e. Immediate right

C. Second to the right

Directions:(6-10) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W live on eight 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 eight. Each of them likes a different game viz. Chess, Caroms, Badminton, Tennis, Hockey, Cricket, Basketball and Volleyball but not necessarily in the same order.
There are only two floors between the floor on which W lives and the floor on which the one who likes Chess lives. The one who likes Tennis lives on an even numbered floor and live immediately above the floor of a person who likes Volleyball. There are only two floors between U’s floor and the floor of a person who likes Carom. Only one floor is between R’s floor and S’s floor, S likes Badminton. There are only two floors between T’s floor and P’s floor.Q lives on a floor adjacent to R’s floor. There is only one floors between U’s floor and the floor of a person who likes Hockey. The one who likes Caroms lives on an even numbered floor but not on floor number 8. Q lives on even numbered floor. The one who like chess do not live on a floor adjacent to the floor of a person who likes cricket.Third floor is not occupied by the one who likes Volleyball. P’s floor is immediately above U’s floor. The one who likes chess does not live on ground floor.

6. Who among the following lives on 3rd floor?
a. P
b. V
c. R
d. T
e. None of these

C. R

 Floor Person-Game 8 P-Tennis 7 U-Volleyball 6 W-Cricket 5 T-Hockey 4 Q/V-Caroms 3 R-Chess 2 V/Q-Basketball 1 S-Badminton

7. Which of the following game does W like?
a. Tennis
b. Volleyball
d. Cricket
e. None of these

D. Cricket

 Floor Person-Game 8 P-Tennis 7 U-Volleyball 6 W-Cricket 5 T-Hockey 4 Q/V-Caroms 3 R-Chess 2 V/Q-Basketball 1 S-Badminton

8.Who among the following likes Hockey?
a. T
b. Q
c. R
d. S
e. None of these

A. T

 Floor Person-Game 8 P-Tennis 7 U-Volleyball 6 W-Cricket 5 T-Hockey 4 Q/V-Caroms 3 R-Chess 2 V/Q-Basketball 1 S-Badminton

9.Who among the following lives on the floor which is between Q’s floor and V’s floor?
a. P
b. S
c. The one who likes Cricket
d. The one who likes Chess
e. None of these

D. The one who likes Chess

 Floor Person-Game 8 P-Tennis 7 U-Volleyball 6 W-Cricket 5 T-Hockey 4 Q/V-Caroms 3 R-Chess 2 V/Q-Basketball 1 S-Badminton

10.Which of the following is correct?
a. 3 – R – Cricket
b. 5 – U – Volleyball
c. 6 – W – Cricket
d. 4 – Q – Chess
e. None of these