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Mission IBPS PO 2017 – Reasoning Seating Arrangement Linear Day12
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Category: ReasoningP, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in a single row facing towards south. Each of them has a lucky number from 1 to 5. Two of them have the same lucky number which is 3. P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. S is not the immediate neighbor of either P or Q. R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3.
What is the lucky number of T?
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P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. So there are three possible cases:
Case 1: P __ __ (1) __ __
Case 2: __ P __ __ (1) __
Case 3: __ __ P __ __ (1)
R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. Also, S is not the immediate neighbor of P. Hence case 3 can be eliminated. Now, we have:
Case 1: P __ S (1) R __
Case 2: __ P __ S (1) R
The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. hence, we have
Case 1: P __ S T(1) R (2)Case 2: T P (2) S (1) R
Now the positions of Q and U are to be determined. It is given that S is not the immediate neighbor of Q. So, case 2 can be eliminated. Hence the arrangement is:
P U S T(1) R Q(2)
The lucky number of S is even and 2 isn’t the lucky number of 2 people. Hence S has the lucky number 4. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3. Hence, P(5) U(3) S(4) T(1) R Q(2) Now, we know 3 is the lucky number of two persons, hence R has a lucky number 3Incorrect
P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. So there are three possible cases:
Case 1: P __ __ (1) __ __
Case 2: __ P __ __ (1) __
Case 3: __ __ P __ __ (1)
R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. Also, S is not the immediate neighbor of P. Hence case 3 can be eliminated. Now, we have:
Case 1: P __ S (1) R __
Case 2: __ P __ S (1) R
The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. hence, we have
Case 1: P __ S T(1) R (2)Case 2: T P (2) S (1) R
Now the positions of Q and U are to be determined. It is given that S is not the immediate neighbor of Q. So, case 2 can be eliminated. Hence the arrangement is:
P U S T(1) R Q(2)
The lucky number of S is even and 2 isn’t the lucky number of 2 people. Hence S has the lucky number 4. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3. Hence, P(5) U(3) S(4) T(1) R Q(2) Now, we know 3 is the lucky number of two persons, hence R has a lucky number 3 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
Category: ReasoningP, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in a single row facing towards south. Each of them has a lucky number from 1 to 5. Two of them have the same lucky number which is 3. P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. S is not the immediate neighbor of either P or Q. R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3.
Who is sitting between S and R?
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P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. So there are three possible cases:
Case 1: P __ __ (1) __ __
Case 2: __ P __ __ (1) __
Case 3: __ __ P __ __ (1)
R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. Also, S is not the immediate neighbor of P. Hence case 3 can be eliminated. Now, we have:
Case 1: P __ S (1) R __
Case 2: __ P __ S (1) R
The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. hence, we have
Case 1: P __ S T(1) R (2)Case 2: T P (2) S (1) R
Now the positions of Q and U are to be determined. It is given that S is not the immediate neighbor of Q. So, case 2 can be eliminated. Hence the arrangement is:
P U S T(1) R Q(2)
The lucky number of S is even and 2 isn’t the lucky number of 2 people. Hence S has the lucky number 4. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3. Hence, P(5) U(3) S(4) T(1) R Q(2) Now, we know 3 is the lucky number of two persons, hence R has a lucky number 3Incorrect
P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. So there are three possible cases:
Case 1: P __ __ (1) __ __
Case 2: __ P __ __ (1) __
Case 3: __ __ P __ __ (1)
R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. Also, S is not the immediate neighbor of P. Hence case 3 can be eliminated. Now, we have:
Case 1: P __ S (1) R __
Case 2: __ P __ S (1) R
The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. hence, we have
Case 1: P __ S T(1) R (2)Case 2: T P (2) S (1) R
Now the positions of Q and U are to be determined. It is given that S is not the immediate neighbor of Q. So, case 2 can be eliminated. Hence the arrangement is:
P U S T(1) R Q(2)
The lucky number of S is even and 2 isn’t the lucky number of 2 people. Hence S has the lucky number 4. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3. Hence, P(5) U(3) S(4) T(1) R Q(2) Now, we know 3 is the lucky number of two persons, hence R has a lucky number 3 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
Category: ReasoningP, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in a single row facing towards south. Each of them has a lucky number from 1 to 5. Two of them have the same lucky number which is 3. P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. S is not the immediate neighbor of either P or Q. R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3.
3 is the lucky number of which of the following?
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P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. So there are three possible cases:
Case 1: P __ __ (1) __ __
Case 2: __ P __ __ (1) __
Case 3: __ __ P __ __ (1)
R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. Also, S is not the immediate neighbor of P. Hence case 3 can be eliminated. Now, we have:
Case 1: P __ S (1) R __
Case 2: __ P __ S (1) R
The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. hence, we have
Case 1: P __ S T(1) R (2)Case 2: T P (2) S (1) R
Now the positions of Q and U are to be determined. It is given that S is not the immediate neighbor of Q. So, case 2 can be eliminated. Hence the arrangement is:
P U S T(1) R Q(2)
The lucky number of S is even and 2 isn’t the lucky number of 2 people. Hence S has the lucky number 4. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3. Hence, P(5) U(3) S(4) T(1) R Q(2) Now, we know 3 is the lucky number of two persons, hence R has a lucky number 3Incorrect
P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. So there are three possible cases:
Case 1: P __ __ (1) __ __
Case 2: __ P __ __ (1) __
Case 3: __ __ P __ __ (1)
R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. Also, S is not the immediate neighbor of P. Hence case 3 can be eliminated. Now, we have:
Case 1: P __ S (1) R __
Case 2: __ P __ S (1) R
The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. hence, we have
Case 1: P __ S T(1) R (2)Case 2: T P (2) S (1) R
Now the positions of Q and U are to be determined. It is given that S is not the immediate neighbor of Q. So, case 2 can be eliminated. Hence the arrangement is:
P U S T(1) R Q(2)
The lucky number of S is even and 2 isn’t the lucky number of 2 people. Hence S has the lucky number 4. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3. Hence, P(5) U(3) S(4) T(1) R Q(2) Now, we know 3 is the lucky number of two persons, hence R has a lucky number 3 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
Category: ReasoningP, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in a single row facing towards south. Each of them has a lucky number from 1 to 5. Two of them have the same lucky number which is 3. P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. S is not the immediate neighbor of either P or Q. R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3.
What is the position of Q from the left end of the row?
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P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. So there are three possible cases:
Case 1: P __ __ (1) __ __
Case 2: __ P __ __ (1) __
Case 3: __ __ P __ __ (1)
R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. Also, S is not the immediate neighbor of P. Hence case 3 can be eliminated. Now, we have:
Case 1: P __ S (1) R __
Case 2: __ P __ S (1) R
The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. hence, we have
Case 1: P __ S T(1) R (2)Case 2: T P (2) S (1) R
Now the positions of Q and U are to be determined. It is given that S is not the immediate neighbor of Q. So, case 2 can be eliminated. Hence the arrangement is:
P U S T(1) R Q(2)
The lucky number of S is even and 2 isn’t the lucky number of 2 people. Hence S has the lucky number 4. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3. Hence, P(5) U(3) S(4) T(1) R Q(2) Now, we know 3 is the lucky number of two persons, hence R has a lucky number 3Incorrect
P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. So there are three possible cases:
Case 1: P __ __ (1) __ __
Case 2: __ P __ __ (1) __
Case 3: __ __ P __ __ (1)
R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. Also, S is not the immediate neighbor of P. Hence case 3 can be eliminated. Now, we have:
Case 1: P __ S (1) R __
Case 2: __ P __ S (1) R
The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. hence, we have
Case 1: P __ S T(1) R (2)Case 2: T P (2) S (1) R
Now the positions of Q and U are to be determined. It is given that S is not the immediate neighbor of Q. So, case 2 can be eliminated. Hence the arrangement is:
P U S T(1) R Q(2)
The lucky number of S is even and 2 isn’t the lucky number of 2 people. Hence S has the lucky number 4. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3. Hence, P(5) U(3) S(4) T(1) R Q(2) Now, we know 3 is the lucky number of two persons, hence R has a lucky number 3 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
Category: ReasoningP, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in a single row facing towards south. Each of them has a lucky number from 1 to 5. Two of them have the same lucky number which is 3. P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. S is not the immediate neighbor of either P or Q. R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3.
If all the people are made to sit left to right in an alphabetical order starting from P, how many person(s) will retain their position?
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P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. So there are three possible cases:
Case 1: P __ __ (1) __ __
Case 2: __ P __ __ (1) __
Case 3: __ __ P __ __ (1)
R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. Also, S is not the immediate neighbor of P. Hence case 3 can be eliminated. Now, we have:
Case 1: P __ S (1) R __
Case 2: __ P __ S (1) R
The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. hence, we have
Case 1: P __ S T(1) R (2)Case 2: T P (2) S (1) R
Now the positions of Q and U are to be determined. It is given that S is not the immediate neighbor of Q. So, case 2 can be eliminated. Hence the arrangement is:
P U S T(1) R Q(2)
The lucky number of S is even and 2 isn’t the lucky number of 2 people. Hence S has the lucky number 4. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3. Hence, P(5) U(3) S(4) T(1) R Q(2) Now, we know 3 is the lucky number of two persons, hence R has a lucky number 3Old Order : PUSTRQ
New Order : UTSRQP
Only S retains his position.
Incorrect
P is sitting third to the right of the one whose lucky number is 1. So there are three possible cases:
Case 1: P __ __ (1) __ __
Case 2: __ P __ __ (1) __
Case 3: __ __ P __ __ (1)
R is sitting second to the left of S, whose lucky number is an even number. Also, S is not the immediate neighbor of P. Hence case 3 can be eliminated. Now, we have:
Case 1: P __ S (1) R __
Case 2: __ P __ S (1) R
The one whose lucky number is 2 is sitting second to the left of T. hence, we have
Case 1: P __ S T(1) R (2)Case 2: T P (2) S (1) R
Now the positions of Q and U are to be determined. It is given that S is not the immediate neighbor of Q. So, case 2 can be eliminated. Hence the arrangement is:
P U S T(1) R Q(2)
The lucky number of S is even and 2 isn’t the lucky number of 2 people. Hence S has the lucky number 4. The one whose lucky number is 5 is sitting to the immediate right of the one whose lucky number is 3. Hence, P(5) U(3) S(4) T(1) R Q(2) Now, we know 3 is the lucky number of two persons, hence R has a lucky number 3Old Order : PUSTRQ
New Order : UTSRQP
Only S retains his position.

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the information given below and answer the questions based on it.
There are eight people P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W who are sitting in a straight line. It is known that, there are three people between R and T. U and V are sitting next to each other. There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P. T is sitting exactly left of W and Q is sitting exactly right of R. There is no person who is sitting to the right of W.Who is sitting at the extreme left position?
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There is no person who is sitting to the right of W. It means W is sitting at the extreme right.
There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P and T is sitting exactly left of W. so we can plot their positions as well.
Now it is given that there are three people between R and T and U, V are sitting next to each other, hence we can arrange them as well. Q is sitting exactly to the right of R.
Hence we will get our final arrangement asIncorrect
There is no person who is sitting to the right of W. It means W is sitting at the extreme right.
There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P and T is sitting exactly left of W. so we can plot their positions as well.
Now it is given that there are three people between R and T and U, V are sitting next to each other, hence we can arrange them as well. Q is sitting exactly to the right of R.
Hence we will get our final arrangement as 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the information given below and answer the questions based on it.
There are eight people P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W who are sitting in a straight line. It is known that, there are three people between R and T. U and V are sitting next to each other. There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P. T is sitting exactly left of W and Q is sitting exactly right of R. There is no person who is sitting to the right of W.Which of the followings are neighbours of T?
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There is no person who is sitting to the right of W. It means W is sitting at the extreme right.
There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P and T is sitting exactly left of W. so we can plot their positions as well.
Now it is given that there are three people between R and T and U, V are sitting next to each other, hence we can arrange them as well. Q is sitting exactly to the right of R.
Hence we will get our final arrangement asIncorrect
There is no person who is sitting to the right of W. It means W is sitting at the extreme right.
There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P and T is sitting exactly left of W. so we can plot their positions as well.
Now it is given that there are three people between R and T and U, V are sitting next to each other, hence we can arrange them as well. Q is sitting exactly to the right of R.
Hence we will get our final arrangement as 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the information given below and answer the questions based on it.
There are eight people P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W who are sitting in a straight line. It is known that, there are three people between R and T. U and V are sitting next to each other. There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P. T is sitting exactly left of W and Q is sitting exactly right of R. There is no person who is sitting to the right of W.Who all are sitting between R and T?
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There is no person who is sitting to the right of W. It means W is sitting at the extreme right.
There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P and T is sitting exactly left of W. so we can plot their positions as well.
Now it is given that there are three people between R and T and U, V are sitting next to each other, hence we can arrange them as well. Q is sitting exactly to the right of R.
Hence we will get our final arrangement asIncorrect
There is no person who is sitting to the right of W. It means W is sitting at the extreme right.
There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P and T is sitting exactly left of W. so we can plot their positions as well.
Now it is given that there are three people between R and T and U, V are sitting next to each other, hence we can arrange them as well. Q is sitting exactly to the right of R.
Hence we will get our final arrangement as 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the information given below and answer the questions based on it.
There are eight people P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W who are sitting in a straight line. It is known that, there are three people between R and T. U and V are sitting next to each other. There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P. T is sitting exactly left of W and Q is sitting exactly right of R. There is no person who is sitting to the right of W.Which of the following is correct?
Correct
There is no person who is sitting to the right of W. It means W is sitting at the extreme right.
There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P and T is sitting exactly left of W. so we can plot their positions as well.
Now it is given that there are three people between R and T and U, V are sitting next to each other, hence we can arrange them as well. Q is sitting exactly to the right of R.
Hence we will get our final arrangement asIncorrect
There is no person who is sitting to the right of W. It means W is sitting at the extreme right.
There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P and T is sitting exactly left of W. so we can plot their positions as well.
Now it is given that there are three people between R and T and U, V are sitting next to each other, hence we can arrange them as well. Q is sitting exactly to the right of R.
Hence we will get our final arrangement as 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Category: ReasoningStudy the information given below and answer the questions based on it.
There are eight people P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W who are sitting in a straight line. It is known that, there are three people between R and T. U and V are sitting next to each other. There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P. T is sitting exactly left of W and Q is sitting exactly right of R. There is no person who is sitting to the right of W.If all the 8 people are sitting in the alphabetical order extreme starting from extreme left them the position of how many people will remain unchanged?
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There is no person who is sitting to the right of W. It means W is sitting at the extreme right.
There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P and T is sitting exactly left of W. so we can plot their positions as well.
Now it is given that there are three people between R and T and U, V are sitting next to each other, hence we can arrange them as well. Q is sitting exactly to the right of R.
Hence we will get our final arrangement asIncorrect
There is no person who is sitting to the right of W. It means W is sitting at the extreme right.
There are two people sitting between P and W and two people sitting between U and P and T is sitting exactly left of W. so we can plot their positions as well.
Now it is given that there are three people between R and T and U, V are sitting next to each other, hence we can arrange them as well. Q is sitting exactly to the right of R.
Hence we will get our final arrangement as
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