Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight persons, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H are sitting in a straight line (but not necessarily in the same order.) Three of them are facing south and rests are facing opposite direction. They like different colours i.e. Red, Green, Blue, Black, Pink, Brown, yellow, and White (not necessarily in same order). Four persons sit between H and E who likes brown. F sits right of C, who likes yellow colour. G and E face opposite direction to each other. The one who sits immediate right of D likes white. B sits third from the extreme end of the row. H sits 3rd right of C. The one who likes blue sits immediate right of the one who likes green. C doesn’t face north direction. G is an immediate neighbor of C and E both. B faces south direction. D sits 2nd to the right of G. C sits immediate left of B. The one who likes red sits at extreme end. The one who likes black sits between E and A. F does not like blue colour.

Q1. Who among the following is second to the left of the one who likes black colour?
E
B
G
Other than those given as options
A

Q2. Who among the following sits at the ends of the rows?
C and A
B and E
A and E
Can’t be determined
Other than those given as options

Q3. Who among the following sits third to the left of E?
B
C
A
No one
Other than those given as options

Q4. What is the position of the one who likes green colour with respect to C?
Second to the left
Third to the left
Second to the right
Fifth to the right
Other than those given as options

Q5. G faces in which direction?
North
South
Same as D faces
Both (a) and (c) are true
None is true

Directions (6-10): In each of the questions below. Some statements are given followed by some conclusions. You have to assume all the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from the commonly known facts and then decide which of the given two conclusions logically follows from the information given in the statements.

Q6. Statement: Some loom are king.
Conclusion:
I. Some king are not thread.
II. Some Loom are not thread.
If only conclusion I follows
If only conclusion II follows
If either I or II follows
If neither I nor II follows
If both I and II follow

Q7. Statement: Some loom is thread
Some gun are piston.
Conclusion:
I. Some piston are loom.
If only conclusion I follows
If only conclusion II follows
If either I or II follows
If neither I nor II follows
If both I and II follow

Q8. Statement: Some Andy are dolly.
All Andy are Brea.
No Cindy are Brea.
Conclusion:
I. No Andy are Cindy.
II. No Cindy is dolly.
If only conclusion I follows
If only conclusion II follows
If either I or II follows
If neither I nor II follows
If both I and II follow

Q9. Statement: Some wax are fax.
No fax is tax.
No tax is Jaz.
Conclusion:
I. Some wax are jaz.
II. Some jaz are not wax.
If only conclusion I follows
If only conclusion II follows
If either I or II follows
If neither I nor II follows
If both I and II follow

Q10. Statement: All water are coffee.
Some Pepsi are coffee.
No tea is coffee.
Conclusion:
I. All tea are Pepsi.
II. Some water are not Tea.
If only conclusion I follows
If only conclusion II follows
If either I or II follows
If neither I nor II follows
If both I and II follow

Directions (11-15): In these questions, the relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions.

Q11. Statements: A ≤ C, K > A, E > G ≥ B, K<B
Conclusions: I. E>A     II. E ≥ B
if only conclusion I is true
if only conclusion II is true
if either conclusion I or II is true
if neither conclusion I nor II is true
if both conclusions I and II are true.
Solution:
I. E > A (True)    II. E  ≥B (false)

Q12. Statements: A ≥ P > K, Q > A = R
Conclusions: I. Q = K      II. Q > K
if only conclusion I is true
if only conclusion II is true
if either conclusion I or II is true
if neither conclusion I nor II is true
if both conclusions I and II are true.
Solution:
I. Q =(false)     II. Q >K (True)

Q13. Statements: A = N > M < B, Q > N
Conclusions: I. Q > B        II. B > Q
if only conclusion I is true
if only conclusion II is true
if either conclusion I or II is true
if neither conclusion I nor II is true
if both conclusions I and II are true.
Solution:
I. Q > B (false)     II. B > Q (false)

Q14. Statements: Q = N > X < Z, L > N
Conclusions: I. L> Q     II. X < L
if only conclusion I is true
if only conclusion II is true
if either conclusion I or II is true
if neither conclusion I nor II is true
if both conclusions I and II are true.
Solution:
I. L> Q (True)      II. X <L (True)

Q15. Statements: J ≤ K = M, N ≥ P > K, Q > N = R
Conclusions: I. M > J    II. J = M
if only conclusion I is true
if only conclusion II is true
if either conclusion I or II is true
if neither conclusion I nor II is true
if both conclusions I and II are true.
Solution:
I. M >J (false)     II. J = M (false)

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