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Question 1 of 80
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (16): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
3, 4, 9, 28, 113, ?
Correct
Explanation:
*1 + 1, *2 + 1, *3 + 1, *4 + 1, *5 + 1Incorrect
Explanation:
*1 + 1, *2 + 1, *3 + 1, *4 + 1, *5 + 1 
Question 2 of 80
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (16): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
3, 8, 22, 54, 113, ?
Correct
Explanation:
Difference of differences
83 = 5, 228 = 14, 5422 = 32, 11354 = 59
145 = 9, 3214 = 18, 5932 = 27
36 + 59 + 113Incorrect
Explanation:
Difference of differences
83 = 5, 228 = 14, 5422 = 32, 11354 = 59
145 = 9, 3214 = 18, 5932 = 27
36 + 59 + 113 
Question 3 of 80
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (16): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
9, 6, 9, 18, 42, ?
Correct
Explanation:
*0.5 + 1.5, *1 + 3, *1.5 + 4.5, *2 + 6, *2.5 + 7.5Incorrect
Explanation:
*0.5 + 1.5, *1 + 3, *1.5 + 4.5, *2 + 6, *2.5 + 7.5 
Question 4 of 80
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (16): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
146, 119, 102, 79, 66, ?
Correct
Explanation:
12^2 + 2, 11^2 – 2, 10^2 + 2, 9^2 – 2Incorrect
Explanation:
12^2 + 2, 11^2 – 2, 10^2 + 2, 9^2 – 2 
Question 5 of 80
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (16): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
3, 5, 11, 22, ?, 63
Correct
Explanation:
Difference of differenceIncorrect
Explanation:
Difference of difference 
Question 6 of 80
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (16): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
4, 2, 6, 14, 9, 27, ?
Correct
Explanation:
2 series
4 + 2 = 6, 6 + 3 = 9, 9 + 4 = 13
2 + 12 = 14, 14 + 13 = 27Incorrect
Explanation:
2 series
4 + 2 = 6, 6 + 3 = 9, 9 + 4 = 13
2 + 12 = 14, 14 + 13 = 27 
Question 7 of 80
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeAverage of the ages of A and B is 30 years. Age of A 2 years ago will be 6 more than onenhalf times C’s present age. If the ratio of B’s age 2 years hence to C’s age 2 years ago is 15 : 7, then find the age of B.
Correct
Explanation:
A + B = 60
(A2) = 3C/2 + 6
And (B+2)/(C2) = 15/7
Solve, B = 28Incorrect
Explanation:
A + B = 60
(A2) = 3C/2 + 6
And (B+2)/(C2) = 15/7
Solve, B = 28 
Question 8 of 80
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeAverage of x numbers is 56. When two more numbers are added to these x numbers, then the average of all numbers become 55. When the same two numbers are subtracted from the sum of x numbers, then the average of remaining numbers become 58. Find x.
Correct
Explanation:
Let sum of x numbers = y
So
y/x = 56
Let sum of 2 numbers added = z
So (y+z)/(x+2) = 55
And when these are subtracted
Then (yz)/(x2) = 58
Solve all three equations and find x, x= 6
OR
Average of x numbers is 56, of (x+2) is 55
So sum of these two numbers = 55*2 – x*1 = 110x
Also
Average of x numbers is 56, of (x2) is 58
So sum of these two numbers = 58*2 – x*2 = 1162x
So 110x = 1162x
Solve, x = 6Incorrect
Explanation:
Let sum of x numbers = y
So
y/x = 56
Let sum of 2 numbers added = z
So (y+z)/(x+2) = 55
And when these are subtracted
Then (yz)/(x2) = 58
Solve all three equations and find x, x= 6
OR
Average of x numbers is 56, of (x+2) is 55
So sum of these two numbers = 55*2 – x*1 = 110x
Also
Average of x numbers is 56, of (x2) is 58
So sum of these two numbers = 58*2 – x*2 = 1162x
So 110x = 1162x
Solve, x = 6 
Question 9 of 80
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA and B invested Rs 2000 and Rs 1500 in a business. After 4 months, A left and C joined by investing Rs 3000. If the difference between the shares of A and C together and B is Rs 3423, then what is the annual profit?
Correct
Explanation:
2000*4 : 1500*12 : 3000*8
4 : 9 : 12
[(12+4)9]/(4+9+12) * x = 3423
Solve, x = Rs 12225Incorrect
Explanation:
2000*4 : 1500*12 : 3000*8
4 : 9 : 12
[(12+4)9]/(4+9+12) * x = 3423
Solve, x = Rs 12225 
Question 10 of 80
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeTwo dices are thrown simultaneously. What is the probability of getting a sum of 7 on both dices?
Correct
Explanation:
Total pairs = 36
Pair for Sum 7 = (1,6), (6,1), (2, 5), (5,2), (3,4), (4,3)
So probability = 6/36 = 1/6Incorrect
Explanation:
Total pairs = 36
Pair for Sum 7 = (1,6), (6,1), (2, 5), (5,2), (3,4), (4,3)
So probability = 6/36 = 1/6 
Question 11 of 80
11. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA work which can be completed by fourteen men in 8 days can also be completed by fifteen women in 11 days. Twentyeight men and eleven women started the work and after stopped after 7 days. What is the amount of work remaining?
Correct
Explanation:
14 m in 8 days, so 28m in 14*8/28 = 4 days
15 w in 11 days, so 11w in 15*11/11 = 15 days
1 – (1/4 + 1/15)Incorrect
Explanation:
14 m in 8 days, so 28m in 14*8/28 = 4 days
15 w in 11 days, so 11w in 15*11/11 = 15 days
1 – (1/4 + 1/15) 
Question 12 of 80
12. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (12 17): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
(Note: You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)34.89% of 379.99 + 79.982% of 545.123 = ?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 13 of 80
13. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (12 17): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
(Note: You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)43.03 × 26.93 + 173.87 = (?)^{2} – 185.85
Correct
Incorrect

Question 14 of 80
14. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (12 17): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
(Note: You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)4/9 × 2180 – 5/7 × 1280 = ? + 24.24
Correct
Incorrect

Question 15 of 80
15. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (12 17): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
(Note: You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)√2120 ÷ 25.25 × 424.89 = ? – 623.82
Correct
Incorrect

Question 16 of 80
16. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (12 17): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
(Note: You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)59.29 × 16.23 – 425.98 = ?% of 4699.95
Correct
Incorrect

Question 17 of 80
17. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (12 17): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
(Note: You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)62.22% of 349.99 – 22.9% of 619.89 = ?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 18 of 80
18. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe market price of an item is 50% more than its cost price. If after selling the item, the profit percent obtained is 40%, find the discount given.
Correct
Explanation:
Use MP = (100+p%)/(100d%) * CP
So
150/100 * CP = (100+40)/(100d%) * CP
Solve, d% is 20/3%
Let CP = Rs 100, so MP = Rs 150, and SP = Rs 140
So when discount % = 10/150 * 100 = 100/15%, discount = Rs 10
So when discount% = 20/3%, which is same as 100/15% obtained above. So discount = Rs 10Incorrect
Explanation:
Use MP = (100+p%)/(100d%) * CP
So
150/100 * CP = (100+40)/(100d%) * CP
Solve, d% is 20/3%
Let CP = Rs 100, so MP = Rs 150, and SP = Rs 140
So when discount % = 10/150 * 100 = 100/15%, discount = Rs 10
So when discount% = 20/3%, which is same as 100/15% obtained above. So discount = Rs 10 
Question 19 of 80
19. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA sum of amount when invested at 20% per annum compound interest yields an interest of Rs 1100 after 2 years. Find the interest obtained after 5 years if same sum is invested at 18% per annum simple interest.
Correct
Explanation:
P [1 + 20/100]^2 – P = 1100
P = 2500
So Interest = 2500*18*5/100Incorrect
Explanation:
P [1 + 20/100]^2 – P = 1100
P = 2500
So Interest = 2500*18*5/100 
Question 20 of 80
20. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe speed of the stream is 8 km/hr and speed of the boat in still water is 12 km/hr. if a boat takes 28 hrs to travel downstream from point A to B and coming back to point C midway between A and B, the what is the total distance travelled by the boat?
Correct
Explanation:
Downstream speed = 12+8 = 20
Upstream speed = 128 = 4
Let the distance from A to B is x km
downstream distance = x, upstream distance is half of x because boat goes half way upstream, then
x/20 + (x/2)/4 = 28
solve, x = 160
so boat covered 280 + 280/2Incorrect
Explanation:
Downstream speed = 12+8 = 20
Upstream speed = 128 = 4
Let the distance from A to B is x km
downstream distance = x, upstream distance is half of x because boat goes half way upstream, then
x/20 + (x/2)/4 = 28
solve, x = 160
so boat covered 280 + 280/2 
Question 21 of 80
21. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe circumference of a circle is 4 m less than the perimeter of a square. If the ratio of the radius of circle to the length of square is 5 : 8. Find the perimeter of the circle
Correct
Explanation:
r/l = 5/8
2*22/7 * r = 4*l – 4
44/7 * r = 4 * 8r/5 – 4
Solve, r = 35
So 2 * 22/7 * 35Incorrect
Explanation:
r/l = 5/8
2*22/7 * r = 4*l – 4
44/7 * r = 4 * 8r/5 – 4
Solve, r = 35
So 2 * 22/7 * 35 
Question 22 of 80
22. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeTwo alloys contain copper and zinc in the ratio of 2 : 3 and 1 : 5 respectively. 25 kg of first alloy, 36 kg of second alloy and some quantity of pure zinc are melted together. If in final alloy the ratio of copper and zinc is 1 : 3, find the amount of pure zinc that is melted.
Correct
Explanation:
In 1st alloy copper = (2/5)*25 = 10kg and zinc = (3/5)*25 = 15kg
in 2nd alloy copper = (1/6)*36 = 6kg and zinc = (5/6)*36 = 30kg
So, (10+6)/(15+30+x) = 1/3
Solve for x, x = 3Incorrect
Explanation:
In 1st alloy copper = (2/5)*25 = 10kg and zinc = (3/5)*25 = 15kg
in 2nd alloy copper = (1/6)*36 = 6kg and zinc = (5/6)*36 = 30kg
So, (10+6)/(15+30+x) = 1/3
Solve for x, x = 3 
Question 23 of 80
23. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2328): Study the following table carefully to answer the following questions.
Departments Total
EmployeesRatio of number of
males to femalesA 250 7 : 3 B 320 5 : 3 C 450 2 : 3 D 390 7 : 6 E 270 4 : 5 What is the total number of female employees in departments B and D?
Correct
Explanation:
(3/8)*320 + (6/13)*390Incorrect
Explanation:
(3/8)*320 + (6/13)*390 
Question 24 of 80
24. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2328): Study the following table carefully to answer the following questions.
Departments Total
EmployeesRatio of number of
males to femalesA 250 7 : 3 B 320 5 : 3 C 450 2 : 3 D 390 7 : 6 E 270 4 : 5 Male employees in department C is approximately what percent of the female employees in departments B and E together?
Correct
Explanation:
Male employees in C = 2/5 * 450 = 180
Female employees in B = 3/8 * 320 = 120
Female employees in E = 5/9 * 270 = 150
180/(120+150) * 100Incorrect
Explanation:
Male employees in C = 2/5 * 450 = 180
Female employees in B = 3/8 * 320 = 120
Female employees in E = 5/9 * 270 = 150
180/(120+150) * 100 
Question 25 of 80
25. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2328): Study the following table carefully to answer the following questions.
Departments Total
EmployeesRatio of number of
males to femalesA 250 7 : 3 B 320 5 : 3 C 450 2 : 3 D 390 7 : 6 E 270 4 : 5 What is the difference between male and female employees in all departments?
Correct
Explanation:
Male employees = 7/10 * 250 + 5/8 * 320 + 2/5 * 450 + 7/13 * 390 + 4/9 * 270 = 885
Total = 250+320+450+390+270 = 1680
So female employees = 1680885 = 795
So difference = 885795 = 90Incorrect
Explanation:
Male employees = 7/10 * 250 + 5/8 * 320 + 2/5 * 450 + 7/13 * 390 + 4/9 * 270 = 885
Total = 250+320+450+390+270 = 1680
So female employees = 1680885 = 795
So difference = 885795 = 90 
Question 26 of 80
26. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2328): Study the following table carefully to answer the following questions.
Departments Total
EmployeesRatio of number of
males to femalesA 250 7 : 3 B 320 5 : 3 C 450 2 : 3 D 390 7 : 6 E 270 4 : 5 The number of male employees in C is approximately what percent less than the number of female employees in same department?
Correct
Explanation:
(32)/3 * 100 = 100/3%Incorrect
Explanation:
(32)/3 * 100 = 100/3% 
Question 27 of 80
27. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2328): Study the following table carefully to answer the following questions.
Departments Total
EmployeesRatio of number of
males to femalesA 250 7 : 3 B 320 5 : 3 C 450 2 : 3 D 390 7 : 6 E 270 4 : 5 What is the difference between the number of female employees in departments C and E together and male employees in departments A and E together?
Correct
Explanation:
Males in A and E = 7/10 * 250 + 4/9 * 270 = 295
Females in C and E = 3/5 * 450 + 5/9 * 270 = 420
420295 = 125Incorrect
Explanation:
Males in A and E = 7/10 * 250 + 4/9 * 270 = 295
Females in C and E = 3/5 * 450 + 5/9 * 270 = 420
420295 = 125 
Question 28 of 80
28. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2328): Study the following table carefully to answer the following questions.
Departments Total
EmployeesRatio of number of
males to femalesA 250 7 : 3 B 320 5 : 3 C 450 2 : 3 D 390 7 : 6 E 270 4 : 5 Number of male employees in department A is approximately what percent of total employees in departments B?
Correct
Explanation:
Males in A and E = 7/10 * 250 = 175
So 175/320 * 100Incorrect
Explanation:
Males in A and E = 7/10 * 250 = 175
So 175/320 * 100 
Question 29 of 80
29. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2934): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer –
3x^{2} – 8x + 4 = 0, 3y^{2} – 16y + 16 = 0
Correct
Explanation:
3x^{2} – 8x + 4 = 0
3x^{2} – 2x – 6x + 4 = 0
Gives x = 2, 2/3
3y^{2} – 16y + 16 = 0
3y^{2} – 14y – 4y + 16 = 0
Gives y = 4, 4/3Incorrect
Explanation:
3x^{2} – 8x + 4 = 0
3x^{2} – 2x – 6x + 4 = 0
Gives x = 2, 2/3
3y^{2} – 16y + 16 = 0
3y^{2} – 14y – 4y + 16 = 0
Gives y = 4, 4/3 
Question 30 of 80
30. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2934): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer –
3x^{2} + 14x + 16 = 0, 4y^{2} + 8y + 3 = 0
Correct
Explanation:
3x^{2} + 14x + 16 = 0
3x^{2} + 6x + 8x + 16 = 0
Gives x = 2, 8/3
4y^{2} + 8y + 3 = 0
4y^{2} + 2y + 6y + 3 = 0
Gives y = 1/2, 3/2Incorrect
Explanation:
3x^{2} + 14x + 16 = 0
3x^{2} + 6x + 8x + 16 = 0
Gives x = 2, 8/3
4y^{2} + 8y + 3 = 0
4y^{2} + 2y + 6y + 3 = 0
Gives y = 1/2, 3/2 
Question 31 of 80
31. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2934): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer –
3x^{2} + 13x + 14 = 0, 3y^{2} – 16y – 12 = 0
Correct
Explanation:
3x^{2} + 13x + 14 = 0
3x^{2} + 6x + 7x + 14 = 0
Gives x = 2, 7/3
3y^{2} – 16y – 12 = 0
3y^{2} – 18y + 2y – 12 = 0
Gives y = 2/3, 6Incorrect
Explanation:
3x^{2} + 13x + 14 = 0
3x^{2} + 6x + 7x + 14 = 0
Gives x = 2, 7/3
3y^{2} – 16y – 12 = 0
3y^{2} – 18y + 2y – 12 = 0
Gives y = 2/3, 6 
Question 32 of 80
32. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2934): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer –
4x^{2} + 15x + 9 = 0, 4y^{2} – 13y – 12 = 0
Correct
Explanation:
4x^{2} + 15x + 9 = 0
4x^{2} + 12x + 3x + 9 = 0
Gives x = 3, 3/4
4y^{2} – 13y – 12 = 0
4y^{2} – 16y + 3y – 12 = 0
Gives y = 3/4, 4Incorrect
Explanation:
4x^{2} + 15x + 9 = 0
4x^{2} + 12x + 3x + 9 = 0
Gives x = 3, 3/4
4y^{2} – 13y – 12 = 0
4y^{2} – 16y + 3y – 12 = 0
Gives y = 3/4, 4 
Question 33 of 80
33. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2934): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer –
x^{2} – 10x + 21 = 0, y^{2} + 6y – 27 = 0
Correct
Explanation:
x^{2} – 10x + 21 = 0
Gives x = 3, 7
y^{2} + 6y – 27 = 0
Gives y= 9, 3Incorrect
Explanation:
x^{2} – 10x + 21 = 0
Gives x = 3, 7
y^{2} + 6y – 27 = 0
Gives y= 9, 3 
Question 34 of 80
34. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2934): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer –
2x^{2} + 13x + 18 = 0, 3y^{2} + 17y + 24 = 0
Correct
Explanation:
2x^{2} + 13x + 18 = 0
2x^{2} + 4x + 9x + 18 = 0
Gives x = 9/2, 2
3y^{2} + 17y + 24 = 0
3y^{2} + 9y + 8y + 24 = 0
Gives y = 3, 8/3Incorrect
Explanation:
2x^{2} + 13x + 18 = 0
2x^{2} + 4x + 9x + 18 = 0
Gives x = 9/2, 2
3y^{2} + 17y + 24 = 0
3y^{2} + 9y + 8y + 24 = 0
Gives y = 3, 8/3 
Question 35 of 80
35. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (35 – 40): Study the following pie chart and answer the questions that follow:
The number of I20 cars sold in March is approximately what percent of the number of I20 cars sold in all the given months?
Correct
Explanation:
60/(180+120+60+220+240) * 100Incorrect
Explanation:
60/(180+120+60+220+240) * 100 
Question 36 of 80
36. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (35 – 40): Study the following pie chart and answer the questions that follow:
The number of Santro cars sold in April month is what percent less than the number of I20 cars sold in January and May together?
Correct
Explanation:
(420250)/420 * 100Incorrect
Explanation:
(420250)/420 * 100 
Question 37 of 80
37. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (35 – 40): Study the following pie chart and answer the questions that follow:
What is the difference between number of I20 cars sold in February and April together and number of Santro cars sold in January and March together?
Correct
Explanation:
(120+220) – (200+70)Incorrect
Explanation:
(120+220) – (200+70) 
Question 38 of 80
38. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (35 – 40): Study the following pie chart and answer the questions that follow:
What is the average number of Santro cars sold over the given months?
Correct
Explanation:
(200+150+70+250+180)/5Incorrect
Explanation:
(200+150+70+250+180)/5 
Question 39 of 80
39. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (35 – 40): Study the following pie chart and answer the questions that follow:
Sale of both cars in April and May together is approximately what percent greater than the sale of both the cars in remaining months?
Correct
Explanation:
(890 – 780)/780 * 100Incorrect
Explanation:
(890 – 780)/780 * 100 
Question 40 of 80
40. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (35 – 40): Study the following pie chart and answer the questions that follow:
Sale of both cars in January is approximately what percent of sale of both cars in April?
Correct
Explanation:
380/470 * 100Incorrect
Explanation:
380/470 * 100 
Question 41 of 80
41. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (4146): Relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Find if the conclusions also follow or not.
Statements: B ≤ D = E ≥ G; D < S = F; F > H
Conclusions:
I. B > H
II. G ≤ FCorrect
Explanation:
B ≤ D < S = F > H
And G ≤ D < FIncorrect
Explanation:
B ≤ D < S = F > H
And G ≤ D < F 
Question 42 of 80
42. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (4146): Relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Find if the conclusions also follow or not.
Statements: A > H ≥ G > P; F = G ≤ C; S < C = K ≥ H Conclusions: I. G ≤ K II. P < S
Correct
Explanation:
G ≤ C = K
And P < G ≤ C > SIncorrect
Explanation:
G ≤ C = K
And P < G ≤ C > S 
Question 43 of 80
43. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (4146): Relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Find if the conclusions also follow or not.
Statements: K = C ≥ G = F; T ≥ H ≤ S, C = H
Conclusions:
I. F < S II. F = SCorrect
Explanation:
F ≤ C = H ≤ SIncorrect
Explanation:
F ≤ C = H ≤ S 
Question 44 of 80
44. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (4146): Relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Find if the conclusions also follow or not.
Statements: G > A ≥ F = S; A < T = E; M > C > G
Conclusions:
I. F < E II. A < MCorrect
Explanation:
F ≤ A < E And A < G < MIncorrect
Explanation:
F ≤ A < E And A < G < M 
Question 45 of 80
45. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (4146): Relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Find if the conclusions also follow or not.
Statements: F ≥ M < N > P; J < P = S < M Conclusions: I. S > N
II. S > JCorrect
Explanation:
S < M < N S = P > JIncorrect
Explanation:
S < M < N S = P > J 
Question 46 of 80
46. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (4146): Relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. Find if the conclusions also follow or not.
Statements: P ≥ S > H > V; A < V = Q; H = F > B
Conclusions:
I. P > B
II. Q > BCorrect
Explanation:
P > H = F > B, so P > B
Q = V < H = F > B, no relation between Q and BIncorrect
Explanation:
P > H = F > B, so P > B
Q = V < H = F > B, no relation between Q and B 
Question 47 of 80
47. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (47 – 49): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
A is the sister of B. B is the son of C. H is the grandfather of E. B is the father of E. G is the sisterinlaw of A. C is the mother of P and has only 1 son.How is P related to A?
Correct
Explanation:
A, B and P are children of C and H. they have only 1 son. So P is female and sister of A.Incorrect
Explanation:
A, B and P are children of C and H. they have only 1 son. So P is female and sister of A. 
Question 48 of 80
48. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (47 – 49): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
A is the sister of B. B is the son of C. H is the grandfather of E. B is the father of E. G is the sisterinlaw of A. C is the mother of P and has only 1 son.How is B related to G?
Correct
Explanation:
Since B is the only son and G sisterinlaw of B’s sister, so G is wife of B.Incorrect
Explanation:
Since B is the only son and G sisterinlaw of B’s sister, so G is wife of B. 
Question 49 of 80
49. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (47 – 49): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
A is the sister of B. B is the son of C. H is the grandfather of E. B is the father of E. G is the sisterinlaw of A. C is the mother of P and has only 1 son.If D is married to A, how is D related to C?
Correct
Explanation:
A is daughter of C, so D is soninlaw of C.Incorrect
Explanation:
A is daughter of C, so D is soninlaw of C. 
Question 50 of 80
50. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5055): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and Fstay on different floors of a sixstorey building (ground floor is numbered as floor 1 and top floor as floor 6). Each of them likes different sports, viz Cricket, Hockey, Football, Tennis, Chess and Badminton.
D likes to play Football but, stays neither on floor 2 nor on floor 5. B neither likes playing Tennis nor Chess but stays on floor 6. The one who likes to play Chess doesn’t stay below the floor of the one who likes to play Tennis but stays below the floor of the one play likes to play Hockey. The one who likes to play Badminton stays either on floor 1 or on floor 4. E doesn’t stay on an oddnumbered floor. A, who stays on floor 4, either likes to play Chess or Tennis. Either C or F likes to play Hockey.If F stays on floor 1, what does C like to play?
Correct
Explanation:
Floor Person Sport 6 B Cricket 5 C or F Hockey 4 A Chess 3 D Football 2 E Tennis 1 C or F Badminton Incorrect
Explanation:
Floor Person Sport 6 B Cricket 5 C or F Hockey 4 A Chess 3 D Football 2 E Tennis 1 C or F Badminton 
Question 51 of 80
51. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5055): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and Fstay on different floors of a sixstorey building (ground floor is numbered as floor 1 and top floor as floor 6). Each of them likes different sports, viz Cricket, Hockey, Football, Tennis, Chess and Badminton.
D likes to play Football but, stays neither on floor 2 nor on floor 5. B neither likes playing Tennis nor Chess but stays on floor 6. The one who likes to play Chess doesn’t stay below the floor of the one who likes to play Tennis but stays below the floor of the one play likes to play Hockey. The one who likes to play Badminton stays either on floor 1 or on floor 4. E doesn’t stay on an oddnumbered floor. A, who stays on floor 4, either likes to play Chess or Tennis. Either C or F likes to play Hockey.Who stays on floor 3?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 52 of 80
52. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5055): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and Fstay on different floors of a sixstorey building (ground floor is numbered as floor 1 and top floor as floor 6). Each of them likes different sports, viz Cricket, Hockey, Football, Tennis, Chess and Badminton.
D likes to play Football but, stays neither on floor 2 nor on floor 5. B neither likes playing Tennis nor Chess but stays on floor 6. The one who likes to play Chess doesn’t stay below the floor of the one who likes to play Tennis but stays below the floor of the one play likes to play Hockey. The one who likes to play Badminton stays either on floor 1 or on floor 4. E doesn’t stay on an oddnumbered floor. A, who stays on floor 4, either likes to play Chess or Tennis. Either C or F likes to play Hockey.Which of the following combinations is definitely true?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 53 of 80
53. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5055): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and Fstay on different floors of a sixstorey building (ground floor is numbered as floor 1 and top floor as floor 6). Each of them likes different sports, viz Cricket, Hockey, Football, Tennis, Chess and Badminton.
D likes to play Football but, stays neither on floor 2 nor on floor 5. B neither likes playing Tennis nor Chess but stays on floor 6. The one who likes to play Chess doesn’t stay below the floor of the one who likes to play Tennis but stays below the floor of the one play likes to play Hockey. The one who likes to play Badminton stays either on floor 1 or on floor 4. E doesn’t stay on an oddnumbered floor. A, who stays on floor 4, either likes to play Chess or Tennis. Either C or F likes to play Hockey.Who stays on fifth floor?
Correct
Explanation:
See the table in explanation, on 5th C or F.Incorrect
Explanation:
See the table in explanation, on 5th C or F. 
Question 54 of 80
54. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5055): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and Fstay on different floors of a sixstorey building (ground floor is numbered as floor 1 and top floor as floor 6). Each of them likes different sports, viz Cricket, Hockey, Football, Tennis, Chess and Badminton.
D likes to play Football but, stays neither on floor 2 nor on floor 5. B neither likes playing Tennis nor Chess but stays on floor 6. The one who likes to play Chess doesn’t stay below the floor of the one who likes to play Tennis but stays below the floor of the one play likes to play Hockey. The one who likes to play Badminton stays either on floor 1 or on floor 4. E doesn’t stay on an oddnumbered floor. A, who stays on floor 4, either likes to play Chess or Tennis. Either C or F likes to play Hockey.What does B like to play?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 55 of 80
55. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5055): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and Fstay on different floors of a sixstorey building (ground floor is numbered as floor 1 and top floor as floor 6). Each of them likes different sports, viz Cricket, Hockey, Football, Tennis, Chess and Badminton.
D likes to play Football but, stays neither on floor 2 nor on floor 5. B neither likes playing Tennis nor Chess but stays on floor 6. The one who likes to play Chess doesn’t stay below the floor of the one who likes to play Tennis but stays below the floor of the one play likes to play Hockey. The one who likes to play Badminton stays either on floor 1 or on floor 4. E doesn’t stay on an oddnumbered floor. A, who stays on floor 4, either likes to play Chess or Tennis. Either C or F likes to play Hockey.How many floors are there between the floors of A and the one who likes Badminton?
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Incorrect

Question 56 of 80
56. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5661): In each of the questions below, statements are given followed by two
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at a variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.Statements: Some tigers are lions. No tiger is cat. All dogs are cats.
Conclusions:
I. All dogs being tiger is a possibility.
II. Some cats are lionsCorrect
Incorrect

Question 57 of 80
57. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5661): In each of the questions below, statements are given followed by two
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at a variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.Statements: No man is woman. Some women are children. All women are beautiful.
Conclusions:
I. Some children are men is a possibility.
II. All men are beautifulCorrect
Incorrect

Question 58 of 80
58. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5661): In each of the questions below, statements are given followed by two
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at a variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.Statements: All pens are papers. Some pens are inks. Some inks are erasers.
Conclusions:
I. All erasers are pen is a possibility.
II. At least some inks are papersCorrect
Incorrect

Question 59 of 80
59. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5661): In each of the questions below, statements are given followed by two
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at a variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.Statements: All blue are white. No blue is green. Some green are black.
Conclusions:
I. Some white are green
II. No white is greenCorrect
Incorrect

Question 60 of 80
60. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5661): In each of the questions below, statements are given followed by two
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at a variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.Statements: Some tigers are lions. No tiger is cat. All dogs are cats.
Conclusions:
I. No tiger is dog
II. All lions are cats is a possibilityCorrect
Incorrect

Question 61 of 80
61. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (5661): In each of the questions below, statements are given followed by two
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at a variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.Statements: All blue are white. No blue is green. Some green are black.
Conclusions:
I. No blue is black
II. Some green are white is a possibilityCorrect
Incorrect

Question 62 of 80
62. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6265): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Point A is 3 m to the north of point C. Point G is 12 m to the east of point A. B is 2 m to the west of point C. Point P is 5 m to the east of point C.What is the length PB?
Correct
Explanation:
Incorrect
Explanation:

Question 63 of 80
63. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6265): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Point A is 3 m to the north of point C. Point G is 12 m to the east of point A. B is 2 m to the west of point C. Point P is 5 m to the east of point C.A person starts from point D somewhere between points C and P, goes 2 m to the north, turns to his right and reaches point S which is north of point P. What is the distance SG?
Correct
Explanation:
√(1^2 + 7^2) = √50 = 5√2Incorrect
Explanation:
√(1^2 + 7^2) = √50 = 5√2 
Question 64 of 80
64. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6265): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Point A is 3 m to the north of point C. Point G is 12 m to the east of point A. B is 2 m to the west of point C. Point P is 5 m to the east of point C.A person starts from point A and reaches point B. He is in which direction with respect to point A?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 65 of 80
65. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6265): Study the information given below and answer the given questions:
Point A is 3 m to the north of point C. Point G is 12 m to the east of point A. B is 2 m to the west of point C. Point P is 5 m to the east of point C.Find AG + BC – AC.
Correct
Explanation:
12+2 – 3Incorrect
Explanation:
12+2 – 3 
Question 66 of 80
66. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6671): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
There are 8 friends – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H sitting in a line. Some of them are facing north and others south.
C is facing north. D is sitting third to the right of C. There are two people sitting between D and G. C and E are immediate neighbors of each other. F is sitting third to the left of E. G has only one neighbor. A is sitting second to the left of F. H is sitting at one of the extreme ends. H and D are facing same direction as E. A is facing opposite to its neighbors. B and G are facing opposite direction as A.Who is sitting third to the left of F?
Correct
Explanation:
Incorrect
Explanation:

Question 67 of 80
67. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6671): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
There are 8 friends – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H sitting in a line. Some of them are facing north and others south.
C is facing north. D is sitting third to the right of C. There are two people sitting between D and G. C and E are immediate neighbors of each other. F is sitting third to the left of E. G has only one neighbor. A is sitting second to the left of F. H is sitting at one of the extreme ends. H and D are facing same direction as E. A is facing opposite to its neighbors. B and G are facing opposite direction as A.How many people are sitting between H and A?
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Question 68 of 80
68. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6671): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
There are 8 friends – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H sitting in a line. Some of them are facing north and others south.
C is facing north. D is sitting third to the right of C. There are two people sitting between D and G. C and E are immediate neighbors of each other. F is sitting third to the left of E. G has only one neighbor. A is sitting second to the left of F. H is sitting at one of the extreme ends. H and D are facing same direction as E. A is facing opposite to its neighbors. B and G are facing opposite direction as A.Which of the following is correct as per given arrangement?
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Incorrect

Question 69 of 80
69. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6671): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
There are 8 friends – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H sitting in a line. Some of them are facing north and others south.
C is facing north. D is sitting third to the right of C. There are two people sitting between D and G. C and E are immediate neighbors of each other. F is sitting third to the left of E. G has only one neighbor. A is sitting second to the left of F. H is sitting at one of the extreme ends. H and D are facing same direction as E. A is facing opposite to its neighbors. B and G are facing opposite direction as A.Which of the following pairs is sitting at extreme ends of the line?
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Question 70 of 80
70. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6671): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
There are 8 friends – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H sitting in a line. Some of them are facing north and others south.
C is facing north. D is sitting third to the right of C. There are two people sitting between D and G. C and E are immediate neighbors of each other. F is sitting third to the left of E. G has only one neighbor. A is sitting second to the left of F. H is sitting at one of the extreme ends. H and D are facing same direction as E. A is facing opposite to its neighbors. B and G are facing opposite direction as A.Who is sitting to the immediate right of D?
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Incorrect

Question 71 of 80
71. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (6671): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
There are 8 friends – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H sitting in a line. Some of them are facing north and others south.
C is facing north. D is sitting third to the right of C. There are two people sitting between D and G. C and E are immediate neighbors of each other. F is sitting third to the left of E. G has only one neighbor. A is sitting second to the left of F. H is sitting at one of the extreme ends. H and D are facing same direction as E. A is facing opposite to its neighbors. B and G are facing opposite direction as A.How many people are sitting to the right of D?
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Incorrect

Question 72 of 80
72. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7274): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
In a certain code, ‘link was not active’ is written as ‘lif sa fo nio’, ‘he was not bored’ is written as ‘nio sha lif de’, ‘active may not work’ is written as ‘lif os sa ki’, and ‘he may be sick’ is written as ‘jo va ki de’.Which is the code for ‘active’?
Correct
Explanation:
‘not’ is ‘lif’, so from 1st and 3rd code, active – saIncorrect
Explanation:
‘not’ is ‘lif’, so from 1st and 3rd code, active – sa 
Question 73 of 80
73. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7274): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
In a certain code, ‘link was not active’ is written as ‘lif sa fo nio’, ‘he was not bored’ is written as ‘nio sha lif de’, ‘active may not work’ is written as ‘lif os sa ki’, and ‘he may be sick’ is written as ‘jo va ki de’.What does ‘sha lif fo’ stand for?
Correct
Explanation:
‘sha’ and ‘bored’ only present in 2nd code, so boredsha
‘not’ and ‘lif’ present in first three, so not lif
‘link’ and ‘fo’ only present in 1st code, so linkfoIncorrect
Explanation:
‘sha’ and ‘bored’ only present in 2nd code, so boredsha
‘not’ and ‘lif’ present in first three, so not lif
‘link’ and ‘fo’ only present in 1st code, so linkfo 
Question 74 of 80
74. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7274): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
In a certain code, ‘link was not active’ is written as ‘lif sa fo nio’, ‘he was not bored’ is written as ‘nio sha lif de’, ‘active may not work’ is written as ‘lif os sa ki’, and ‘he may be sick’ is written as ‘jo va ki de’.What does ‘nio’ mean in the given code language?
Correct
Explanation:
‘nio’ and ‘lif’ is present in first two codes, and 1st two codes contain ‘was’ and ‘not’ in common, so ‘nio’ is either ‘was’ or ‘not’, ‘we’ and ‘not’ present in first three codes, so nio – wasIncorrect
Explanation:
‘nio’ and ‘lif’ is present in first two codes, and 1st two codes contain ‘was’ and ‘not’ in common, so ‘nio’ is either ‘was’ or ‘not’, ‘we’ and ‘not’ present in first three codes, so nio – was 
Question 75 of 80
75. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7580): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
8 professors namely – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H teach different subjects – Accounts, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Business, Physics, English and History, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them are seated around a circular table and are facing the centre.
A is sitting third to the left of the one who teaches Business. Only two people sit between E and G. Neither E nor G is an immediate neighbor of A. Neither E nor G teaches Business. The one who teaches History sits second to the right of D. D is not an immediate neighbor of A. D does not teach Business and A does not teach History. The one who teaches Accounts sits third to the left of F. The ones who teach Accounts and Business are not immediate neighbors. Only one person sits between D and the one who teaches Biology. The ones who teach Mathematics and Chemistry are immediate neighbors. D does not teach Chemistry. Only one person sits between B and the one who teaches Physics. The one who teaches Physics is an immediate neighbor of H. G and B are not immediate neighbors.How many people sit between E and the one who teaches Physics when counted in clockwise direction from E?
Correct
Explanation:
Incorrect
Explanation:

Question 76 of 80
76. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7580): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
8 professors namely – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H teach different subjects – Accounts, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Business, Physics, English and History, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them are seated around a circular table and are facing the centre.
A is sitting third to the left of the one who teaches Business. Only two people sit between E and G. Neither E nor G is an immediate neighbor of A. Neither E nor G teaches Business. The one who teaches History sits second to the right of D. D is not an immediate neighbor of A. D does not teach Business and A does not teach History. The one who teaches Accounts sits third to the left of F. The ones who teach Accounts and Business are not immediate neighbors. Only one person sits between D and the one who teaches Biology. The ones who teach Mathematics and Chemistry are immediate neighbors. D does not teach Chemistry. Only one person sits between B and the one who teaches Physics. The one who teaches Physics is an immediate neighbor of H. G and B are not immediate neighbors.Who teaches Accounts?
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Question 77 of 80
77. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7580): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
8 professors namely – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H teach different subjects – Accounts, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Business, Physics, English and History, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them are seated around a circular table and are facing the centre.
A is sitting third to the left of the one who teaches Business. Only two people sit between E and G. Neither E nor G is an immediate neighbor of A. Neither E nor G teaches Business. The one who teaches History sits second to the right of D. D is not an immediate neighbor of A. D does not teach Business and A does not teach History. The one who teaches Accounts sits third to the left of F. The ones who teach Accounts and Business are not immediate neighbors. Only one person sits between D and the one who teaches Biology. The ones who teach Mathematics and Chemistry are immediate neighbors. D does not teach Chemistry. Only one person sits between B and the one who teaches Physics. The one who teaches Physics is an immediate neighbor of H. G and B are not immediate neighbors.Which of the following would come in place of question mark based upon the given seating arrangement? FD HC EF CA ?
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Question 78 of 80
78. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7580): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
8 professors namely – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H teach different subjects – Accounts, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Business, Physics, English and History, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them are seated around a circular table and are facing the centre.
A is sitting third to the left of the one who teaches Business. Only two people sit between E and G. Neither E nor G is an immediate neighbor of A. Neither E nor G teaches Business. The one who teaches History sits second to the right of D. D is not an immediate neighbor of A. D does not teach Business and A does not teach History. The one who teaches Accounts sits third to the left of F. The ones who teach Accounts and Business are not immediate neighbors. Only one person sits between D and the one who teaches Biology. The ones who teach Mathematics and Chemistry are immediate neighbors. D does not teach Chemistry. Only one person sits between B and the one who teaches Physics. The one who teaches Physics is an immediate neighbor of H. G and B are not immediate neighbors.Which of the following is true with respect to the given seating arrangement?
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Question 79 of 80
79. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7580): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
8 professors namely – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H teach different subjects – Accounts, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Business, Physics, English and History, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them are seated around a circular table and are facing the centre.
A is sitting third to the left of the one who teaches Business. Only two people sit between E and G. Neither E nor G is an immediate neighbor of A. Neither E nor G teaches Business. The one who teaches History sits second to the right of D. D is not an immediate neighbor of A. D does not teach Business and A does not teach History. The one who teaches Accounts sits third to the left of F. The ones who teach Accounts and Business are not immediate neighbors. Only one person sits between D and the one who teaches Biology. The ones who teach Mathematics and Chemistry are immediate neighbors. D does not teach Chemistry. Only one person sits between B and the one who teaches Physics. The one who teaches Physics is an immediate neighbor of H. G and B are not immediate neighbors.Who teaches Biology?
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Question 80 of 80
80. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (7580): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
8 professors namely – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H teach different subjects – Accounts, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Business, Physics, English and History, but not necessarily in the same order. All of them are seated around a circular table and are facing the centre.
A is sitting third to the left of the one who teaches Business. Only two people sit between E and G. Neither E nor G is an immediate neighbor of A. Neither E nor G teaches Business. The one who teaches History sits second to the right of D. D is not an immediate neighbor of A. D does not teach Business and A does not teach History. The one who teaches Accounts sits third to the left of F. The ones who teach Accounts and Business are not immediate neighbors. Only one person sits between D and the one who teaches Biology. The ones who teach Mathematics and Chemistry are immediate neighbors. D does not teach Chemistry. Only one person sits between B and the one who teaches Physics. The one who teaches Physics is an immediate neighbor of H. G and B are not immediate neighbors.Who is sitting opposite C?
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