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# Reasoning: Puzzles & Seating Arrangements for SBI Clerk

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

Six players U, V, W, X, Y and Z are playing different types of sports, viz Carrom, Chess, Kho-Kho, Tennis, Hockey and Badminton, but necessarily in the same order. All friends wear a T-shirt of a different colour, viz Violet, Green, Blue, Orange, Red and Yellow. They use different types of mobile phones, viz Moto G, Lenovo and Micromax, but not necessarily in the same order. At least two persons use the same type of mobile phone.

The person who plays Hockey uses Micromax. Z uses Micromax and wears a Green T-shirt, but he plays neither Carrom nor Kho-Kho. The one who plays Tennis uses Moto G. V uses the same type of mobile phone as the person who wears a Violet T-shirt, but he is not a Chess player. The one who is player of Carom uses Moto G. X is a Hockey player and he wears neither Blue T-shirt nor Yellow T-shirt. Lenovo is used by a Chess player. Y is a Tennis player and wears an Orange T-shirt, but he does not use same mobile phone as W. U does not wear a Red or Yellow T-shirt. The players who use Micromax play neither Tennis nor Kho-Kho. The players who wear Orange and Blue T-shirt use the same type of mobile phone.

1. Who among the following is a Chess player?
a)Z

b)W

c)U

d)V

e)None of these

2. Y uses which of the following mobile phones?
a)Moto G

b)Either Lenovo or Moto G

c)Micromax

d)Can’t be determined

e)None of these

3. Who among the following wears a Yellow T-shirt?
a)Z

b)X

c)Y

d)U

e)None of these

4. Who among the following is a Badminton players?
a)W

b)Z

c)U

d)V

e)None of these

5. Which of the following combinations is true?
a)Y-Tennis-Yellow-Moto G

c)W-Chess-Violet-Lenovo

d)U-Carrom-Green-Micromax

e)None of these

Q (1-5) Read the following information carefully and answers the given questions below.

Siva, Shankar, Mathan, Bharath, Nandhu, Sai, Kailass and Naveen all are friends sitting around a circular table facing away from the circle. Sai is sitting fourth to the right of Kailass, who is sitting either second to the right or fifth to the right of the one who is an immediate neighbour of Nandhu. Sai is an immediate neighbour of both Siva and Nandhu. Shankar is an immediate neighbour of both Bharath and Kailass. Number of persons between Shankar and Mathan is same as number of persons between Mathan and Siva. Kailass did not sit Opposite to Naveen. Bharath is not an immediate neighbour of Siva.

1. Who among the following sits exactly between Mathan and Nandhu (consider from right of Mathan)?

a) Kailass

b) Naveen

c) Siva

d) Shankar

e) None of these

2. Who sits fourth to the right of Kailass?

a) both a and c

b) The one who sits an immediate left of Shankar

c) The one who sits second to the left of Naveen

d) The one who is an immediate neighbour of both Siva and Nandhu

e) None of these

3. How many persons are sits between the one who sits immediate right of Naveen and the one who sits immediate left of Kailass?

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) Four

e) None

4. If Mathan is related to Siva, Sai is related to Bharath then who among the following is related to Nandhu?

a) Mathan

b) Sai

c) None of these

d) Kailass

e) Shankar

5. Who among the following sits diagonally opposite to Naveen?

a) Mathan

b) Sai

c) Bharath

d) Nandhu

e) Shankar