1.  (i) There is a family of six members A, B, C, D, E, and F.
(ii) There are two married couples in the family and the family members represent three generations.
(iii) Each member has a distinct choice of colour amongst green, yellow, black, red, white and pink.
(iv) No lady member likes either green or white.
(v) C, who likes black colour, is the daughter-in-law of E.
(vi) B is brother of F and son of D and likes pink.
(vii) A is grandmother of F and F does not like red.
(viii) The husband has a choice of green colour, his wife like yellow.
Which of the following is the colour preference of A ?

Red
Yellow
Either Red or Yellow
Cannot be determined

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Answer: Option  B Explanation:B and F are children of D.
A is grandmother of F. So, B and F represent third generation.
Now, C is the daughter-in-law of E. So, A and E form a couple and represent first generation.
A, being grandmother, is a female and so E is a male.
C is the daughter-in-law of E and D is E's son. Thus, CD is the other couple and represents
seconds generation.
C likes black, B likes pink. Green and yellow are the preferences of a couple. So,
F likes white and D likes red.
Now, E likes white and so cannot be a lady. B is the son of D and hence a male.
A prefers yellow colour. ```

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2.  A, P, R, X, S and Z are sitting in a row. S and Z are in the centre, and A and P are at the ends. R is sitting on the left of A. Then who is sitting on the right of P ?

A
S
X
Z

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Answer: Option  C Explanation:R is on the left of A i.e. R, A.
A and P are at the ends i.e. P, _, _, _, R, A.
S and Z are the centre i.e P, _, S,Z, R, A.
Thus, the arrangement in the row is : P, X, S, Z, R, A.
Clearly, X is on the right of P. ```

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3.  Six lectures A, B, C, D, E and F are to be organised in a span of seven day - from Sunday to Saturday, only one lecture on each day in accordance with the following :
(i) A should not be organised on Thursday.
(ii) C should be organised immediately after R.
(iii) There should be a gap of two days between E and D.
(iv) One day will be no lecture (Friday is not that day), just before that day D will be organised.
How many lectures are organised between C and D ?

None
One
Two
Three

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Answer: Option  C Explanation:B is organised on Tuesday. Now D is followed by the day with no lecture. D cannot be organised on Friday
because then E will be on Tuesday (there is a gap of two days between D and E). It cannot be organised on
Thursday (because then, there will be no lecture on Friday). B cannot followed by D. So, D will be
organised or Sunday and E on Wednesday. No lecture will be organised on Monday. A cannot be organised
on Thursday. So, A will be organised on Saturday. F and C will be organised on Thursday and Friday
respectively.

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Three lectures are organised between C and D -- B, E and F. ```

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4.  Six lectures A, B, C, D, E and F are to be organised in a span of seven day - from Sunday to Saturday, only one lecture on each day in accordance with the following :
(i) A should not be organised on Thursday.
(ii) C should be organised immediately after R.
(iii) There should be a gap of two days between E and D.
(iv) One day will be no lecture (Friday is not that day), just before that day D will be organised.
Which day will the lecture F be organised ?

Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

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Answer: Option  A Explanation:B is organised on Tuesday. Now D is followed by the day with no lecture. D cannot be organised on Friday
because then E will be on Tuesday (there is a gap of two days between D and E). It cannot be organised on
Thursday (because then, there will be no lecture on Friday). B cannot followed by D. So, D will be
organised or Sunday and E on Wednesday. No lecture will be organised on Monday. A cannot be organised
on Thursday. So, A will be organised on Saturday. F and C will be organised on Thursday and Friday
respectively.
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F is organised on Thursday. ```

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5.  Garima is taller than Sarita but not taller than Reena. Reena and Tanya are of the same height. Garima is shorter than Anu. Amongst all the girls , who is the shortest ?

Anu
Reena and Tanya
Garima
Sarita

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Answer: Option  D Explanation:Let the first letter of the name of each girl represent her height. Then,
Garima is taller than Sarita ==> G > S.
Garima is not taller than Reena ==> R ≥ G.
Reena and Tanya are of the same height ==> R = T.
Garima is shorter than Anu ==> A > G.
All the above indicate that Garima is either shorter than or equal in height to each of the girls except Sarita,
while Sarita is shorter than Garima. Thus, Sarita is the shortest. ```

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