# Direction Sense Quiz 14

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# Direction Sense Quiz 14

### Introduction

What is Direction Sense Test? Direction Sense TestVerbal Reasoning Questions and Answers. … The main objective of these questions is to test the candidate’s ability to identify the direction in respect of a person who has moved in different directions from his original position.
Direction Sense is one of important topic in Reasoning Ability Section In Direction Sense Quiz 14 article candidates can find questions with an answer. By solving this questions candidates can improve and maintain, speed, and accuracy in the exams. Direction Sense Quiz 14 questions are very useful for different exams such as IBPS PO, Clerk, SSC CGL, SBI PO, NIACL Assistant, NICL AO, IBPS SO, RRB, Railways, Civil Services etc.
Direction(1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Two persons, person 1 and person 2 standing at point S and Q respectively and are facing each other and the distance between S and Q is 20 meters. Person 1 at point S is facing north. Person 1 and Person 2 are turned to their right and then walked 15 meters to reach Point N and Point P respectively. From Point N, Person 1 turned and walked 10 m meters to his south-east direction to reach point M. From Point P, person 2 turned left and walked 25 meters to reach Point Z. Point Z is 30 m to the west of point L. Point Z is to the south-west of S.

### Q1

If Point C is 10 meters to the north of Point N, then Point S is in which direction with respect to Point C?
A. North-East B. North-South C. South-West D. North-West

C

Clearly point S is in the south-west of point C

### Q2

Point Q is in which direction with respect to point of M?
A. North-East B. North-West C. South-East D. South-West

B

Therefore Point Q is in the north-west of point M

### Q3

If a point G is in the middle of point Z and point L, then what is the distance between point Q and G and in which direction is point Q from point G?
A. 20m north B. 20m south C. 25m north D. 25m South

C

It is clearly visible from the above diagram that point Q is in the north direction from point G and the distance between them is 25m.

### Q4

What is the minimum approximate possible distance between point P and L?
A. 30m B. 25m C. 39m D. 45m

C

In the above diagram the minimum possible distance between Point P and L will be calculated using the Pythagoras theorem as follows:
[latex]{(PL)}^{2} = {(PZ)}^{2} + {(ZL)}^{2}[/latex]
Here the distance between point P and Z is 25m and the distance between point Z and L is 30 meters so
[latex]{(PL)}^{2} = {(25)}^{2} + {(30)}^{2}[/latex]
[latex]{(PL)}^{2} = (625) + (900)[/latex]
[latex]{(PL)}^{2} = (1525)[/latex]
(PL)= 39m approx.
So the minimum possible distance between point P and L is approximately 39m.

### Q5

In which direction is point M from point L?
A. North-East B. North-West C. South-East D. South-West

c

It is clearly visible from the above diagram that point M is in the south-east direction from point L