Answer: Option A Explanation:D is not as tall as A ==> D is shorter than < A ==> D < A.
D is not as short as C ==> D is taller than C ==> D > C.
B is shorter than D but taller than C ==> C < B < D.
Thus, we have : C < B < D < A. So, A is tallest.
Answer: Option A Explanation:We have : P > Q, P > R, Q > S > T.
Thus, P > Q > S > T and P > R.
Clearly, P is taller than each one of Q, R, S and T. So, P is the tallest.
Answer: Option C Explanation:In terms of marks obtained,
Mukesh < Raj, Faj < Priya, Gaurav < Priya, Kavita < Priya, Gaurav < Mukesh.
Since Gaurav's marks are not the lowest, so Kavikta's marks are the lowest.
So, the sequence becomes : Kavita < Gaurav < Mukesh < Raj < Priya.
Clearly, in the descending order, Raj becomes second.
Answer: Option D Explanation:In terms of heights, we have :
Rohan > Daksh > Manick, Daksh > Somesh > Farhan.
Thus, the whole sequence may be :
(i) Rohan > Daksh > Manick > Somesh > Farhan; or
(ii) Rohan > Daksh > Somesh > Manick > Farhan; or
(iii) Rohan > Daksh > Somesh > Farhan > Manick.
Thus, either Manick or Farhan my be the shortest. So, the given information is insufficient.
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.