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# Reasoning: Puzzles for Syndicate, Canara, Sbi & other bank exams

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

There are eight friends namely A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Moreover, each of them likes a different motorbike, viz Pulsar, Discover, Fazer, Karizma, Splendor, Platina, Bullet and Apache, but not necessarily in the same order.

• F, who likes Pulsar, cannot be an immediate neighbour of C. E does not like Splendor.
• C sits second to the right of A and he likes Apache. There are only two persons between A and D.
• E and G are immediate neighbours, while D and F are also immediate neighbours. B, who likes Fazer, sits third to the left of F.
• G does not like Platina or Splendor. D sits third to the left of G.
• The person who likes Bullet is sitting between the person who likes Pulsar and Apache. H likes Karizma and is on the immediate right of the person who likes Pulsar.

1. D likes which of the following motorbikes?

1) Splendor

2) Bullet

3) Karizma

4) Discover

5) None of these

2. How many persons are sitting between C and E, when counted in clockwise direction from C?

1) One

2) Two

3) Three

4) Four

5) None of these

3. ‘Platina’ is liked by who among the following?

1) E

2) A

3) G

4) D

5) H

4. If ‘Pulsar’ is related to ‘Splendor’ in a certain way and ‘Apache’ is related to ‘Discover’ in the same way, which of the following is ‘Fazer’ related to, following the same way?

1) Discover

2) Pulsar

3) Bullet

4) Karizma

5) Platina

5. G likes which of the following motorbikes?

1) Apache

2) Splendor

3) Platina

4) Discover

5) Can’t be determined

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Directions (Q. 6-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions.

Eight groups A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are going for rock climbing in different mountain ranges, viz. Aravallis, Himalayas, Satpura, Andes, Alps, Rockies, Atlas and Appalachian but not necessarily in the same order. These groups are also going for rafting in different rivers, viz. Spree, Hudson, Amazon, Tigris, Tiber, Nile, Danube and Thames but not necessarily in the same order.

Group G is going neither to river Danube nor to river Hudson. Neither group F nor group G is going to raft in the river Tigris or the river Nile. Group E is going to the Appalachian mountain range. Group C is going to the Andes mountain range and the river Tiber. The one who is going to raft in the Amazon is also going to the Appalachian mountain range. Group A and B are going for rafting either in the Nile or Thames.

Group D does not want to raft in the Tigris and F does not want to raft in the Hudson. The group which is climbing on the Aravallis is rafting in the Danube and the group which is climbing on the Atlas is rafting in the Hudson. A and G do not climb on the Rockies and the Satpura. The group which is climbing on the Himalayas is rafting in the Thames. Group H and G climb either on Alps or on the Satpura mountain range.

6. Which of the following groups is going to climb on the Aravallis?

1) D

2) E

3) F

4) H

5) None of these

7. The group rafting in the Nile is climbing in which of the following mountain ranges?

1) Andes

2) Rockies

3) Aravallis

4) Atlas

5) None of these

8. Which group is going to raft in the river Nile?

1) G

2) D

3) A

4) Data inadequate

5) None of these

9. Which of the following combinations is definitely true with regard to the above information?

1) C – Aravallis – Tiber

2) A – Himalayas – Nile

3) D – Atlas – Danube

4) H – Satpura – Tigris

5) G – Andes – Spree

10. Which of the following combinations is not true with respect to the above information?

1) G – Alps – Spree

2) F – Aravallis – Danube

3) E – Appalachian – Amazon

4) B – Rockies – Nile

5) A – Andes – Thames

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