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There are six steps on a staircase leading from the ground floor to the first floor. Denote the first step by 1, second by 2, and so on. There are four people P, Q, R and S. No two people can be on the same step.
I. P is two steps below R.
II. Q is on the next step to S.
III. R is two steps below S.[1] If P is on the first step, on which step is S?
(1) Third
(2) Fourth
(3) Fifth
(4) Sixth[2] If P is on the first step, which of the following is true?
(1) Q is on the second step
(2) R is on the fourth step
(3) S is on a higher step than R
(4) Step four is empty[3] If T was on the third step which of the following pairs is incorrect?
(1) Q—fifth step
(2) R—fourth step
(3) Q—fourth step
(4) S—sixth step[4] If T joined P, Q, R and S, and T was on the third step, and Q was on a higher step than T, which step must be vacant?
(1) First
(2) Second
(3) Sixth
(4) Fourthlast reply by chandraveer • 4 years ago • asked in MAT
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Read the information given below to answer these questions.
(i) There is a group of five girls.
(ii) Kamini is second in height but younger than Rupa.
(iii) Pooja is taller than Monika but younger in age.
(iv) Rupa and Monika are of the same age but Rupa is tallest between them.
(v) Neelam is taller than Pooja and elder to Rupa.[1] If they are arranged in the ascending order of height, who will be in third position?
(1) Monika
(2) Monika or Rupa
(3) Rupa
(4) None of these[2] If they are arranged in the descending order of their ages, who will be in fourth position?
(1) Monika or Rupa
(2) Monika
(3) Kamini
(4) None of these[3] To answer the question “who is the youngest person in the group”, which of the given statements is superfluous?
(1) Only (i)
(2) Only (v)
(3) Only (ii)
(4) Either (i) or (iv)asked in MAT
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Study the information given below to answer these questions.
(i) Six plays A, B, C, D, E and F are to be organized from Monday to Saturday i.e. 5th to 10th—one play each day.
(ii) There are two plays between C and D and one play between A and C.
(iii) There is one play between F and E and E is to be organized before F.
(iv) B is to be organized before A, not necessarily immediately.
(v) The organization does not start with B.[1] The organization would start from which play?
(1) A
(2) F
(3) D
(4) Cannot be determined[2] On which date is play E to be organized?
(1) 5th
(2) 7th
(3) 6th
(4) Cannot be determined[3] The organization would end with which play?
(1) A
(2) D
(3) B
(4) Cannot be determined[4] Which day is play B organized?
(1) Tuesday
(2) Friday
(3) Thursday
(4) None of these[5] Which of the following is the correct sequence of organizing plays?
(1) AECFBD
(2) DFECBA
(3) BDEFCA
(4) None of theseasked in MAT
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A goldsmith has give gold rings, each having a different weight:
Statement 1: Ring D is weighing twice as much as ring E.
Statement 2: Ring E is weighing four and onehalf times as much as ring F.
Statement 3: Ring F is weighing half as much as ring G.
Statement 4: Ring G is weighing half as much as ring H.
Statement 5: Ring H is weighing less than ring D but more than ring F.
Based on the above statements, answer the following questions:[1] Which of the following represents the descending order of weights of the rings?
(1) H, F, G, D and E
(2) D, E, H, G and F
(3) D, E, G, H and F
(4) E, G, H, D and F[2] Which of the numbered statements above is not necessary to determine the correct order of the rings according to their weights?
(1) Statement 3
(2) Statement 5
(3) Statement 1
(4) Statement 4[3] If these rings are sold according to their weights, which ring will fetch the highest value in rupees?
(1) F
(2) D
(3) G
(4) Hasked in FMS
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