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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
V, W, X, Y and Z are five batsmen who play for different teams amongRCB, KKR, RR, CSK and MI, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them had scored different runs in their career among 2750, 3000, 3250, 3500 and 3750, again not necessarily in the same order. Each of them scored different number of centuries among 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, again not necessarily in the same order.
V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs. W plays for RCB. There are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X. Z scored 3 centuries. The player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. The total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. At least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. The player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. The player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI. The player who plays for KKR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for RR. X doesn’t score least runs.
How many runs were scored by the player who plays for RR?
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As, V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs, W plays for RCB, number of centuries scored by Z is 3.
As, there are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X, who doesn’t score least runs, X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs.
X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs. As, the player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. So, Y plays for CSK. As, the total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. Number of centuries scored by the player who play for MI and RR can be 2 and 1 in any order. Number of centuries scored by the player who plays for KKR is 3. So, Z plays for KKR, and V and X play for RR and MI but not necessarily in same order. As, there is at least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. So, the player who plays RCB scored 4 centuries. As, the player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. So, W scored 3500 runs. As, the player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI but less runs than the player who plays for KKR. So, V scored 2750 runs and plays for MI, Z scored 3250 runs and plays for KKR.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Player Team Runs Number of centuries V MI 2750 2 W RCB 3500 4 X RR 3000 1 Y CSK 3750 5 Z KKR 3250 3 The player who plays for RR scored 3000 runs.
Hence, option a.
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As, V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs, W plays for RCB, number of centuries scored by Z is 3.
As, there are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X, who doesn’t score least runs, X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs.
X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs. As, the player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. So, Y plays for CSK. As, the total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. Number of centuries scored by the player who play for MI and RR can be 2 and 1 in any order. Number of centuries scored by the player who plays for KKR is 3. So, Z plays for KKR, and V and X play for RR and MI but not necessarily in same order. As, there is at least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. So, the player who plays RCB scored 4 centuries. As, the player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. So, W scored 3500 runs. As, the player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI but less runs than the player who plays for KKR. So, V scored 2750 runs and plays for MI, Z scored 3250 runs and plays for KKR.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Player Team Runs Number of centuries V MI 2750 2 W RCB 3500 4 X RR 3000 1 Y CSK 3750 5 Z KKR 3250 3 The player who plays for RR scored 3000 runs.
Hence, option a.

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
V, W, X, Y and Z are five batsmen who play for different teams amongRCB, KKR, RR, CSK and MI, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them had scored different runs in their career among 2750, 3000, 3250, 3500 and 3750, again not necessarily in the same order. Each of them scored different number of centuries among 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, again not necessarily in the same order.
V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs. W plays for RCB. There are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X. Z scored 3 centuries. The player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. The total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. At least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. The player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. The player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI. The player who plays for KKR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for RR. X doesn’t score least runs.
The player who scored least number of centuries plays for which of the following teams?
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As, V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs, W plays for RCB, number of centuries scored by Z is 3.
As, there are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X, who doesn’t score least runs, X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs.
X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs. As, the player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. So, Y plays for CSK. As, the total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. Number of centuries scored by the player who play for MI and RR can be 2 and 1 in any order. Number of centuries scored by the player who plays for KKR is 3. So, Z plays for KKR, and V and X play for RR and MI but not necessarily in same order. As, there is at least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. So, the player who plays RCB scored 4 centuries. As, the player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. So, W scored 3500 runs. As, the player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI but less runs than the player who plays for KKR. So, V scored 2750 runs and plays for MI, Z scored 3250 runs and plays for KKR.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Player Team Runs Number of centuries V MI 2750 2 W RCB 3500 4 X RR 3000 1 Y CSK 3750 5 Z KKR 3250 3 The player who scored least number of centuries plays for RR.
Hence, option b.
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As, V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs, W plays for RCB, number of centuries scored by Z is 3.
As, there are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X, who doesn’t score least runs, X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs.
X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs. As, the player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. So, Y plays for CSK. As, the total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. Number of centuries scored by the player who play for MI and RR can be 2 and 1 in any order. Number of centuries scored by the player who plays for KKR is 3. So, Z plays for KKR, and V and X play for RR and MI but not necessarily in same order. As, there is at least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. So, the player who plays RCB scored 4 centuries. As, the player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. So, W scored 3500 runs. As, the player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI but less runs than the player who plays for KKR. So, V scored 2750 runs and plays for MI, Z scored 3250 runs and plays for KKR.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Player Team Runs Number of centuries V MI 2750 2 W RCB 3500 4 X RR 3000 1 Y CSK 3750 5 Z KKR 3250 3 The player who scored least number of centuries plays for RR.
Hence, option b.

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
V, W, X, Y and Z are five batsmen who play for different teams amongRCB, KKR, RR, CSK and MI, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them had scored different runs in their career among 2750, 3000, 3250, 3500 and 3750, again not necessarily in the same order. Each of them scored different number of centuries among 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, again not necessarily in the same order.
V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs. W plays for RCB. There are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X. Z scored 3 centuries. The player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. The total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. At least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. The player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. The player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI. The player who plays for KKR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for RR. X doesn’t score least runs.
The player of which of the following teams scored 4 centuries?
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As, V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs, W plays for RCB, number of centuries scored by Z is 3.
As, there are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X, who doesn’t score least runs, X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs.
X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs. As, the player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. So, Y plays for CSK. As, the total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. Number of centuries scored by the player who play for MI and RR can be 2 and 1 in any order. Number of centuries scored by the player who plays for KKR is 3. So, Z plays for KKR, and V and X play for RR and MI but not necessarily in same order. As, there is at least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. So, the player who plays RCB scored 4 centuries. As, the player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. So, W scored 3500 runs. As, the player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI but less runs than the player who plays for KKR. So, V scored 2750 runs and plays for MI, Z scored 3250 runs and plays for KKR.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Player Team Runs Number of centuries V MI 2750 2 W RCB 3500 4 X RR 3000 1 Y CSK 3750 5 Z KKR 3250 3 The player of RCB scored 4 centuries.
Hence, option a.
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As, V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs, W plays for RCB, number of centuries scored by Z is 3.
As, there are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X, who doesn’t score least runs, X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs.
X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs. As, the player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. So, Y plays for CSK. As, the total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. Number of centuries scored by the player who play for MI and RR can be 2 and 1 in any order. Number of centuries scored by the player who plays for KKR is 3. So, Z plays for KKR, and V and X play for RR and MI but not necessarily in same order. As, there is at least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. So, the player who plays RCB scored 4 centuries. As, the player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. So, W scored 3500 runs. As, the player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI but less runs than the player who plays for KKR. So, V scored 2750 runs and plays for MI, Z scored 3250 runs and plays for KKR.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Player Team Runs Number of centuries V MI 2750 2 W RCB 3500 4 X RR 3000 1 Y CSK 3750 5 Z KKR 3250 3 The player of RCB scored 4 centuries.
Hence, option a.

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
V, W, X, Y and Z are five batsmen who play for different teams amongRCB, KKR, RR, CSK and MI, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them had scored different runs in their career among 2750, 3000, 3250, 3500 and 3750, again not necessarily in the same order. Each of them scored different number of centuries among 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, again not necessarily in the same order.
V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs. W plays for RCB. There are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X. Z scored 3 centuries. The player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. The total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. At least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. The player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. The player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI. The player who plays for KKR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for RR. X doesn’t score least runs.
What is the sum of the number of centuries scored by the players who play for CSK and MI?
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As, V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs, W plays for RCB, number of centuries scored by Z is 3.
As, there are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X, who doesn’t score least runs, X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs.
X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs. As, the player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. So, Y plays for CSK. As, the total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. Number of centuries scored by the player who play for MI and RR can be 2 and 1 in any order. Number of centuries scored by the player who plays for KKR is 3. So, Z plays for KKR, and V and X play for RR and MI but not necessarily in same order. As, there is at least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. So, the player who plays RCB scored 4 centuries. As, the player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. So, W scored 3500 runs. As, the player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI but less runs than the player who plays for KKR. So, V scored 2750 runs and plays for MI, Z scored 3250 runs and plays for KKR.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Player Team Runs Number of centuries V MI 2750 2 W RCB 3500 4 X RR 3000 1 Y CSK 3750 5 Z KKR 3250 3 The sum of the centuries scored by the players who plays for CSK and MI is 7.
Hence, option d.
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As, V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs, W plays for RCB, number of centuries scored by Z is 3.
As, there are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X, who doesn’t score least runs, X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs.
X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs. As, the player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. So, Y plays for CSK. As, the total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. Number of centuries scored by the player who play for MI and RR can be 2 and 1 in any order. Number of centuries scored by the player who plays for KKR is 3. So, Z plays for KKR, and V and X play for RR and MI but not necessarily in same order. As, there is at least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. So, the player who plays RCB scored 4 centuries. As, the player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. So, W scored 3500 runs. As, the player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI but less runs than the player who plays for KKR. So, V scored 2750 runs and plays for MI, Z scored 3250 runs and plays for KKR.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Player Team Runs Number of centuries V MI 2750 2 W RCB 3500 4 X RR 3000 1 Y CSK 3750 5 Z KKR 3250 3 The sum of the centuries scored by the players who plays for CSK and MI is 7.
Hence, option d.

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
V, W, X, Y and Z are five batsmen who play for different teams amongRCB, KKR, RR, CSK and MI, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them had scored different runs in their career among 2750, 3000, 3250, 3500 and 3750, again not necessarily in the same order. Each of them scored different number of centuries among 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, again not necessarily in the same order.
V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs. W plays for RCB. There are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X. Z scored 3 centuries. The player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. The total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. At least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. The player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. The player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI. The player who plays for KKR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for RR. X doesn’t score least runs.
Who among the following scored the 3^{rd }highest number of runs?
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As, V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs, W plays for RCB, number of centuries scored by Z is 3.
As, there are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X, who doesn’t score least runs, X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs.
X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs. As, the player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. So, Y plays for CSK. As, the total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. Number of centuries scored by the player who play for MI and RR can be 2 and 1 in any order. Number of centuries scored by the player who plays for KKR is 3. So, Z plays for KKR, and V and X play for RR and MI but not necessarily in same order. As, there is at least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. So, the player who plays RCB scored 4 centuries. As, the player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. So, W scored 3500 runs. As, the player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI but less runs than the player who plays for KKR. So, V scored 2750 runs and plays for MI, Z scored 3250 runs and plays for KKR.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Player Team Runs Number of centuries V MI 2750 2 W RCB 3500 4 X RR 3000 1 Y CSK 3750 5 Z KKR 3250 3 Z scored the 3^{rd }highest number of runs.
Hence, option e.
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As, V, who doesn’t score minimum number of centuries, doesn’t score the maximum runs, W plays for RCB, number of centuries scored by Z is 3.
As, there are at least two players who scored more runs than the runs scored by X, who doesn’t score least runs, X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs.
X scored either 3250 or 3000 runs. As, the player who plays for CSK scored maximum runs with more than 3 centuries. So, Y plays for CSK. As, the total number of centuries scored by the player of MI and RR combined is equal to the number of centuries scored by KKR’s player and the one who plays for KKR scored neither 4 nor 5 centuries. Number of centuries scored by the player who play for MI and RR can be 2 and 1 in any order. Number of centuries scored by the player who plays for KKR is 3. So, Z plays for KKR, and V and X play for RR and MI but not necessarily in same order. As, there is at least one player scored more centuries than the centuries of the player who plays for RCB. So, the player who plays RCB scored 4 centuries. As, the player who scored 3500 runs scored 4 centuries. So, W scored 3500 runs. As, the player who plays for RR scored more runs than the runs scored by the player who plays for MI but less runs than the player who plays for KKR. So, V scored 2750 runs and plays for MI, Z scored 3250 runs and plays for KKR.
We get the final arrangement as below:
Player Team Runs Number of centuries V MI 2750 2 W RCB 3500 4 X RR 3000 1 Y CSK 3750 5 Z KKR 3250 3 Z scored the 3^{rd }highest number of runs.
Hence, option e.

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are eight persons sitting around a square table facing toward the center, not necessarily in the same order. Two persons sit on each side of the table. Each of them uses different phones among Oppo, Vivo, Samsung, Xiomi, Micromax, Lenovo, Apple and Nokia, again not necessarily in the same order. The following information is known about their arrangement around the square table.
Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone. The persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other. S sits to the immediate left of the person, who is sitting opposite to the person who is using Apple. The person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia. The person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone. T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi. The immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone. V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia. U sits third to the right of V. The person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R. The persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other. W doesn’t use Xiomi phone.
Who among the following uses Xiomi?
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Let the persons sit from 1 to 8 in clockwise directions around the square table.
As, Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone, Q sits at either 1 or 8. Thus, the person using Apple phone sits at 6 or 7. As, S sits to the immediate left of the person sitting opposite to the person using Apple, S sits either at 3 or 4. As, the person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S, the person using Xiomi sits at 5. As T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi, T sits at 8. As, the immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone, Q uses Oppo phone. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone, so, P sits at 6. As the person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia, S uses Nokia. As V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia, V sits at 7. As, U sits third to the right of V, U sits at 4. As W doesn’t use Xiomi phone, W sits at 2. As the person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R, W uses Samsung. As the persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other and the persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other, the person using Micromax sits at 8, U uses Lenovo.
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Let the persons sit from 1 to 8 in clockwise directions around the square table.
As, Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone, Q sits at either 1 or 8. Thus, the person using Apple phone sits at 6 or 7. As, S sits to the immediate left of the person sitting opposite to the person using Apple, S sits either at 3 or 4. As, the person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S, the person using Xiomi sits at 5. As T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi, T sits at 8. As, the immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone, Q uses Oppo phone. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone, so, P sits at 6. As the person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia, S uses Nokia. As V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia, V sits at 7. As, U sits third to the right of V, U sits at 4. As W doesn’t use Xiomi phone, W sits at 2. As the person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R, W uses Samsung. As the persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other and the persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other, the person using Micromax sits at 8, U uses Lenovo.

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are eight persons sitting around a square table facing toward the center, not necessarily in the same order. Two persons sit on each side of the table. Each of them uses different phones among Oppo, Vivo, Samsung, Xiomi, Micromax, Lenovo, Apple and Nokia, again not necessarily in the same order. The following information is known about their arrangement around the square table.
Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone. The persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other. S sits to the immediate left of the person, who is sitting opposite to the person who is using Apple. The person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia. The person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone. T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi. The immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone. V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia. U sits third to the right of V. The person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R. The persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other. W doesn’t use Xiomi phone.
W uses which of the following phones?
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Let the persons sit from 1 to 8 in clockwise directions around the square table.
As, Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone, Q sits at either 1 or 8. Thus, the person using Apple phone sits at 6 or 7. As, S sits to the immediate left of the person sitting opposite to the person using Apple, S sits either at 3 or 4. As, the person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S, the person using Xiomi sits at 5. As T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi, T sits at 8. As, the immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone, Q uses Oppo phone. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone, so, P sits at 6. As the person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia, S uses Nokia. As V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia, V sits at 7. As, U sits third to the right of V, U sits at 4. As W doesn’t use Xiomi phone, W sits at 2. As the person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R, W uses Samsung. As the persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other and the persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other, the person using Micromax sits at 8, U uses Lenovo.
Thus, we get the final arrangement as below:
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Let the persons sit from 1 to 8 in clockwise directions around the square table.
As, Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone, Q sits at either 1 or 8. Thus, the person using Apple phone sits at 6 or 7. As, S sits to the immediate left of the person sitting opposite to the person using Apple, S sits either at 3 or 4. As, the person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S, the person using Xiomi sits at 5. As T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi, T sits at 8. As, the immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone, Q uses Oppo phone. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone, so, P sits at 6. As the person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia, S uses Nokia. As V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia, V sits at 7. As, U sits third to the right of V, U sits at 4. As W doesn’t use Xiomi phone, W sits at 2. As the person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R, W uses Samsung. As the persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other and the persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other, the person using Micromax sits at 8, U uses Lenovo.
Thus, we get the final arrangement as below:

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are eight persons sitting around a square table facing toward the center, not necessarily in the same order. Two persons sit on each side of the table. Each of them uses different phones among Oppo, Vivo, Samsung, Xiomi, Micromax, Lenovo, Apple and Nokia, again not necessarily in the same order. The following information is known about their arrangement around the square table.
Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone. The persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other. S sits to the immediate left of the person, who is sitting opposite to the person who is using Apple. The person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia. The person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone. T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi. The immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone. V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia. U sits third to the right of V. The person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R. The persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other. W doesn’t use Xiomi phone.
P uses which of the following phones?
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Let the persons sit from 1 to 8 in clockwise directions around the square table.
As, Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone, Q sits at either 1 or 8. Thus, the person using Apple phone sits at 6 or 7. As, S sits to the immediate left of the person sitting opposite to the person using Apple, S sits either at 3 or 4. As, the person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S, the person using Xiomi sits at 5. As T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi, T sits at 8. As, the immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone, Q uses Oppo phone. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone, so, P sits at 6. As the person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia, S uses Nokia. As V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia, V sits at 7. As, U sits third to the right of V, U sits at 4. As W doesn’t use Xiomi phone, W sits at 2. As the person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R, W uses Samsung. As the persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other and the persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other, the person using Micromax sits at 8, U uses Lenovo.
Thus, we get the final arrangement as below:
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Let the persons sit from 1 to 8 in clockwise directions around the square table.
As, Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone, Q sits at either 1 or 8. Thus, the person using Apple phone sits at 6 or 7. As, S sits to the immediate left of the person sitting opposite to the person using Apple, S sits either at 3 or 4. As, the person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S, the person using Xiomi sits at 5. As T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi, T sits at 8. As, the immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone, Q uses Oppo phone. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone, so, P sits at 6. As the person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia, S uses Nokia. As V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia, V sits at 7. As, U sits third to the right of V, U sits at 4. As W doesn’t use Xiomi phone, W sits at 2. As the person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R, W uses Samsung. As the persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other and the persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other, the person using Micromax sits at 8, U uses Lenovo.
Thus, we get the final arrangement as below:

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are eight persons sitting around a square table facing toward the center, not necessarily in the same order. Two persons sit on each side of the table. Each of them uses different phones among Oppo, Vivo, Samsung, Xiomi, Micromax, Lenovo, Apple and Nokia, again not necessarily in the same order. The following information is known about their arrangement around the square table.
Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone. The persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other. S sits to the immediate left of the person, who is sitting opposite to the person who is using Apple. The person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia. The person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone. T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi. The immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone. V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia. U sits third to the right of V. The person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R. The persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other. W doesn’t use Xiomi phone.
Who among the following sits third to the right of the person using Micromax?
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Let the persons sit from 1 to 8 in clockwise directions around the square table.
As, Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone, Q sits at either 1 or 8. Thus, the person using Apple phone sits at 6 or 7. As, S sits to the immediate left of the person sitting opposite to the person using Apple, S sits either at 3 or 4. As, the person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S, the person using Xiomi sits at 5. As T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi, T sits at 8. As, the immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone, Q uses Oppo phone. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone, so, P sits at 6. As the person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia, S uses Nokia. As V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia, V sits at 7. As, U sits third to the right of V, U sits at 4. As W doesn’t use Xiomi phone, W sits at 2. As the person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R, W uses Samsung. As the persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other and the persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other, the person using Micromax sits at 8, U uses Lenovo.
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Let the persons sit from 1 to 8 in clockwise directions around the square table.
As, Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone, Q sits at either 1 or 8. Thus, the person using Apple phone sits at 6 or 7. As, S sits to the immediate left of the person sitting opposite to the person using Apple, S sits either at 3 or 4. As, the person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S, the person using Xiomi sits at 5. As T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi, T sits at 8. As, the immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone, Q uses Oppo phone. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone, so, P sits at 6. As the person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia, S uses Nokia. As V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia, V sits at 7. As, U sits third to the right of V, U sits at 4. As W doesn’t use Xiomi phone, W sits at 2. As the person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R, W uses Samsung. As the persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other and the persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other, the person using Micromax sits at 8, U uses Lenovo.

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are eight persons sitting around a square table facing toward the center, not necessarily in the same order. Two persons sit on each side of the table. Each of them uses different phones among Oppo, Vivo, Samsung, Xiomi, Micromax, Lenovo, Apple and Nokia, again not necessarily in the same order. The following information is known about their arrangement around the square table.
Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone. The persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other. S sits to the immediate left of the person, who is sitting opposite to the person who is using Apple. The person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia. The person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone. T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi. The immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone. V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia. U sits third to the right of V. The person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R. The persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other. W doesn’t use Xiomi phone.
Who among the following sits second to the left of the person using Vivo?
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Let the persons sit from 1 to 8 in clockwise directions around the square table.
As, Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone, Q sits at either 1 or 8. Thus, the person using Apple phone sits at 6 or 7. As, S sits to the immediate left of the person sitting opposite to the person using Apple, S sits either at 3 or 4. As, the person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S, the person using Xiomi sits at 5. As T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi, T sits at 8. As, the immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone, Q uses Oppo phone. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone, so, P sits at 6. As the person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia, S uses Nokia. As V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia, V sits at 7. As, U sits third to the right of V, U sits at 4. As W doesn’t use Xiomi phone, W sits at 2. As the person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R, W uses Samsung. As the persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other and the persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other, the person using Micromax sits at 8, U uses Lenovo.
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Let the persons sit from 1 to 8 in clockwise directions around the square table.
As, Q sits second to the left of the person who uses Apple phone, Q sits at either 1 or 8. Thus, the person using Apple phone sits at 6 or 7. As, S sits to the immediate left of the person sitting opposite to the person using Apple, S sits either at 3 or 4. As, the person who uses Xiomi sits second to the left of S, the person using Xiomi sits at 5. As T sits third to the left of the person using Xiomi, T sits at 8. As, the immediate neighbour of T uses Oppo phone, Q uses Oppo phone. P sits third to the right of the person using Oppo phone, so, P sits at 6. As the person sitting opposite to P uses Nokia, S uses Nokia. As V sits diagonally opposite to the person using Nokia, V sits at 7. As, U sits third to the right of V, U sits at 4. As W doesn’t use Xiomi phone, W sits at 2. As the person who uses Samsung sits third to the right of R, W uses Samsung. As the persons using Lenovo and Micromax are sitting diagonally opposite to each other and the persons using Apple and Lenovo are not sitting adjacent to each other, the person using Micromax sits at 8, U uses Lenovo.
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