# Seating Arrangement Practice Quiz 6

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# Seating Arrangement Practice Quiz 6

### Introduction

The questions on seating arrangement are regular feature of almost every competitive examination. In these questions, you have to arrange a group of persons fulfilling certain conditions. This is also written as sitting arrangement or sitting arrangement reasoning at some places.
Seating Arrangement is one of important topic in Reasoning Ability Section. In Seating Arrangement Practice Quiz 6 article candidates can find questions with answer. By solving this questions candidates can improve and maintain, speed, and accuracy in the exams. Seating Arrangement Practice Quiz 6 questions are very useful for different exams such as IBPS PO, Clerk, SSC CGL, SBI PO, NIACL Assistant, NICL AO, IBPS SO, RRB, Railways, LIC, Insurance, Civil Services etc.

### Quiz

Direction(1-5): Study the following information and answer the questions.
Anu, Bablu, Chetan, Dheeru, Esha, Falak, Golu and Harish are seated in a straight line but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing south while some are facing north.
Only two people sit between Esha and Bablu. Only three people sit to the left of Esha. Esha faces south. Falak sits third to the right of Harish. Harish is an immediate neighbour of neither Esha nor Bablu. Harish does not sit at any of the extreme ends of the line. Both the immediate neighbours of Dheeru face north. Dheeru is not an immediate neighbour of Harish. Only one person sits between Dherru and Anu. Anu faces the same direction as Harish. The immediate neighbours of Bablu face opposite directions (ie if one person is facing north then the other person faces south and vice versa). Persons sitting at the extreme ends face opposite directions. Chetan faces a direction opposite to that of Dheeru.
1. How many persons are seated between Anu and Falak?
A. One B. Two C. Three D. Four E. None of these

2. Which of the following pairs represents the persons seated at the two extreme ends of the line?
A. Anu, Chetan B. Bablu, Esha C. Anu, Golu D. Dheeru, Golu E. None of these

3. What is the position of Bablu with respect of Falak?
A. Second to the left B. Second to the right C. Third to the left D. Third to the right E. None of these

4. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
A. Anu B. Esha C. Chetan D. Harish E. Golu

5. Who among the following sits on the immediate left of Chetan?
A. Bablu B. Dherru C. Harish D. Anu E. None of these

Explanation [1-5]-
• Esha faces south.

• Only three people sit to the left of Esha.

• Only two people sit between Esha and Bablu. (If we faces north then bablu is 2nd from the left end and Esha is 5th from left end)

• Harish is an immediate neighbour of neither Esha nor Bablu. (Harish should be first or second from right end if we faces north)

• Harish does not sit at any of the extreme ends of the line.

• Falak sits third to the right of Harish. (So, position of harish should be second from right end if we face north and also Harish faces south then only Falak position should be third to the right of Harish. So, Falak sits to the immediate right of Esha)

• Dheeru is not an immediate neighbour of Harish.

• Both the immediate neighbours of Dheeru face north.

• Only one person sits between Dheeru and Anu. (Anu sits to the extreme left end if we faces north)

• Anu faces the same direction as Harish. (Anu faces South)

• The immediate neighbour of Bablu face opposite directions. (So, Dheeru faces North)

• Persons sitting at extreme ends face opposite directions.

• Chetan faces a direction opposite that of Dheeru.( Chetan faces South and sits to the left of Esha)

• So, according to above statement, we conclude:

• Two persons are seated between Anu and Falak

Direction(1-5): Study the following information and answer the questions.
Eight people P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are seated around a circular table such that four are facing the centre and four are facing opposite to the centre. They like different companies laptops viz, Dell, Lenovo, Apple, Samsung, Sony, HP, Acer and Asus but not necessarily in the same order. The arrangement is based on the following rules:
• One who likes Asus is seated opposite to Q.
• P is 3rd to the right of the one who likes HP who is seated between R and the one who likes Apple.
• V is 3rd to the left of S who likes Acer.
• W is to the immediate left of the one who likes Sony.
• One who likes Asus is a neighbour of P.
• Q does not like HP and V does not like Asus.
• Q is 2nd to the left of T who is not a neighbour of P.
• Either Q or V likes Sony.
• P and R are seated facing the same direction.
• The one who likes Apple is 2nd to the right of the one who likes Lenovo.
• P and W do not like Lenovo. V faces outside the centre.
• One who likes Samsung is facing the opposite direction faced by S.
• Not more than 2 persons who sit on consecutive seats face the same direction

1. Which of the following combination is correct?
A. P-Asus B. V-Sony C. R-Dell D. W-Samsung E. Q-HP

2. Four of the following bear a similar relation hence form a group, which of the following is not a part of that group?
A. Dell B. Asus C. HP D. Sony E. Samsung

3. If Dell is related to V and Lenovo is related to W, then who will be related to Acer?
A. P B. Q C. R D. S E. T

4. What is the position of U with respect to the one who likes Acer?
A. Immediate left B. Immediate right C. Second to the left D. Second to the right E. None of these

5. In which of the following groups is the third person seated between the rst and the second person?
A. PTR B. RTU C. TRV D. QSW E. SPU

Explanation [1-5]-

Direction(1-5): Study the following information and answer the questions.
Seven people M, N, O, P, Q, R and S stay in an eight storied building with the lowermost floor numbered as 1 and so on. One of the floors is vacant. Each of them like a different fruits viz, Banana, Apple, Plum, Orange, Papaya, Pear and Mango not necessarily in the same order. The arrangement is based on the following rules:
* S lives on an even numbered floor.
* The floor immediately above or below the one in which S resides is vacant.
* There is a gap of four floors between the one who likes Mango and the floor that is vacant.
* Q likes Apple and lives immediately below the one who likes Papaya.
* There is a gap of one floor between the one who likes Papaya and the floor that is vacant.
* R's immediate neighbours like Pear and Papaya.
* P lives above M and M likes neither Papaya nor Banana.
* There are four floors between the ones who like Orange and Banana. One who likes Orange stays on a floor higher than the one who likes Banana.
* N does not like Papaya.

1. Which of the floors is vacant?
A. Floor 7th B. Floor 5th C. Floor 3rd D. Floor 2nd E. Floor 1st

2. Which of the following is a correct combination of floor number: name: favourite fruit?
A. 8th : M: Plum B. 7th : M : Pear C. 5th : Q: Apple D. 3rd : S: Plum E. 1st : N: Papaya

3. If P is related to Orange and Q is related to Plum, then R is related to which of the following fruits?
A. Mango B. Pear C. Papaya D. Banana E. Apple

4. Of the given ve options, four bear a similar relationship. Which of the following is the odd one out?
A. 8: Banana B. 7: Plum C. 6: Orange D. 5: Apple E. 4: Papaya

5. Which of the following is true for M?
A. M likes Orange B. M lives on the 5 th floor C. The floor just above M's floor is vacant D. M likes Pear E. P and O are immediately above or below M's floor

Explanation [1-5]-
* There is a gap of one floor between the one who likes Papaya and the floor that is vacant.
* R's immediate neighbours like Pear and Papaya.
* Q likes Apple and lives immediately below the one who likes Papaya.
* The floor immediately above or below the one in which S resides is vacant.
* There is a gap of four floors between the one who likes Mango and the floor that is vacant. (If we combine these above statement there will be 2 possible cases)
Case 1: Case 2:
S Mango
Vacant Pear
Q-Apple R
Papaya Papaya
R Q-Apple
Pear Vacant
Mango S

* S lives on an even numbered floor. (According to both case S will be at floor number 8 or floor number 2)
* P lives above M and M likes neither Papaya nor Banana.
* There are four floors between the ones who like Orange and Banana. (If we place banana and orange we will have to eliminate case 1 because we will not get proper position for it)
* One who likes Orange stays on a floor higher than the one who likes Banana. (Orange will be placed on floor number 6 and banana on floor number 1)
* N does not like Papaya.
According to the above statement, We conclude:
 8 P Mango 7 M Pear 6 R Orange 5 O Papaya 4 Q Apple 3 Vacant Vacant 2 S Plum 1 N Banana