Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

An organiser decided to launch seven brands of cars on week days starting from Monday to Sunday. The seven cars to be launched are of Subaru, Acura, Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Dodge, Hyundai and Honda, but not necessarily in the same order. Dodge car is to be launched on Saturday. Lamborghini is to be launched just after Acura and Acura car are not launched on Wednesday. Hyundai car is launched two days after the launch of Aston Martin car. Acura car is launched just after Subaru car. Honda car is launched after Acura car. Hyundai car is launched after Dodge car launch with some conditions.

1. On which day of the week Lamborghini car is launched?
1) Tuesday
2) Wednesday
3) Friday
4) Sunday
5) Monday

2. How many cars are launched between the days when Lamborghini and Hyundai are launched?
1) Two
2) Three
3) Four
4) None
5) Other than given options

3. Which car is launched on Wednesday?
1) Acura
2) Honda
3) Dodge
4) Lamborghini
5) Subaru

4. On which day of the week Aston Martin is launched?
1) Monday
2) Sunday
3) Thursday
4) Wednesday

5. If Honda is related with Sunday, Subaru is related with Wednesday; similarly Lamborghini is related to which day of the week?
1) Monday
2) Tuesday
3) Friday
4) Thursday
5) Wednesday

6. Introducing a man to her husband, a woman said, "His brother's father is the only son of my grandfather. How is the women related to the man's wife?
1) Mother–in–law
2) Sister
3) Daughter
4) Sister–in–law
5) Other than given options

7. In a certain code, BROTHERS is written as RCTPEISS. How will DIRECTIONS is written in that code?
1) IEESTDOJSM
2) IEFSDTOJSM
3) EEFSDTOJSM
4) IEESTDOJSO
5) Other than given options

Directions: In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by four conclusions. Give answer:

8.

Statements:
R > U <= K >= M
P <= A = K < N

Conclusions:
I. U < R
II. K > U
III. M > U
IV. K >= A

1) If only conclusion I and II are true.
2) If only conclusion I is true.
3) If only conclusion I and III are true.
4) If only conclusion II and IV are true.
5) If all conclusions are true.

9.

Statements:
S > T >= N > O
P <= R = J
S = P

Conclusions:
I. S > O
II. S >= J
III. N >= R
IV. T > P

1) If only conclusion I and II are true.
2) If only conclusion I is true.
3) If only conclusion I and III are true.
4) If only conclusion II and IV are true.
5) If none is true

10.

Statements:
A > D >= B = E
J <= L <= M < P
J >= A

Conclusions:
I. M > B
II. L >= A
III. E < P
IV. B < J

1) If only conclusion II and IV are true.
2) If all conclusions are true
3) If only conclusion III and IV are true.
4) If none is true
5) Other than given options

11.

Statements:
R > S = T <= U
P = K > M >= U

Conclusions:
I. R > K
II. M >= T
III. P > U
IV. S <= M

1) If only conclusion II and IV are true.
2) If only conclusions II, III and IV are true
3) If only conclusion I and III are true.
4) If all conclusions are true
5) If none is true

12.

Statements:
D >= I > S
T < A = N
S > N

Conclusions:
I. S > T
II. D > A
III. T >= I
IV. T < D

1) If only conclusion I and II are true.
2) If only conclusions II and IV are true.
3) If only conclusion I and III are true.
4) If only conclusions I, II and IV are true.
5) If all conclusions are true.

1. 2
2. 2
3. 4
4. 3
5. 3
6. 4
7. 4

8. 2
Given statements:
R > U <= K >= M --- (i)
P <= A = K < N --- (ii)
Combining (i) and (ii), we get
R > U <= K =A >= P and R > U <= K < N
From equation (ii)
U < R is true.
K > U is not true
M > U is not true
K >= A is not true
Hence, only conclusion I is true.

9. 1
Given statements:
S > T >= N > O --- (i)
P <= R = J --- (ii)
S = P --- (iii)
Combining (i), (ii) and (iii), we get
O < N <= T < S = P >= R = J
So, O < S or S > O is true
S >= J is true
N >= R is not true
T > P is not true
Hence, only conclusion I and II are true.

10. 2
Given statements:
A > D >= B = E --- (i)
J <= L <= M < P --- (ii)
J >= A --- (iii)
P > M >= L >= J >= A > D >= B = E
So, M > B is true
L >= A is true
Again,
P > E or E < P is true
J > B or B < J is true
Hence, all conclusions are true.

11. 2
Given statements:
R > S = T <= U --- (i)
P = K > M >= U --- (ii)
Combining (i) and (ii), we get
R > S = T <= U <= M < K = P
So, R > K is not true

Again,
T <= M or M >= T is true
And U < P or P > U is true
S <= M is true
Hence, only conclusion II, III and IV are true.

12. 4
Given statements:
D >= I > S --- (i)
T < A = N --- (ii)
S > N --- (iii)
Combining (i), (ii) and (iii), we get
D >= I > S > N = A > T
So, S > T is true
D > A is true
T >= I is not true
Again,
D > T orT < D is true
Hence, only conclusion I, II and IV are true.