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Directions (1 -5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:Nine cars – A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I were located at some distance from each other in a parking area. C was 16 m $ to that of B. A was 6 m % of that of B and H was 12 m # of that of A. G was 8 m @ of that of H while D was 24 m $ of that of G and F was 12 m % of that of G. I was situated just in the middle of B and C while E was just in the middle of H and D.
Here, % means North, # means South, $ means East and @ means West
Note: If two symbols are given simultaneously then both the directions will be considered.
For example,
X%$Y means Y is to the North-East of X
Y%$X means X is to the North-East of Y
1.Which of the following is/are true about B?    
I@B%@F B. B#@G C. B#$D
A. All are true
B. Both A and B
C. Only A
D. Both B and C
E. Only C
2.What is the direction of D with respect to F?
A. South
B. South – west
C. North – east
D. North – west
E. South – east
3.What is the shortest distance between car B and car F?
A. 12m
B. 10m
C. 9m
D. 11m
E. None of these
4.Which of the following cars lie in the straight line?
A. G and B
B. C and H
C. G and E
D. E and A
E. None of these
5.What is the direction of E with respect to I?
A. South
B. South – west
C. North – east
D. North
E. None of these
Solution-

Direction: (6-10) In these questions, symbols @, #, *, $ & © are used for different meaning as shown below:‘A @ B’ means A is not greater than B.‘A # B’ means A is neither greater than nor equal to B.‘A*B’ means A is not less than B.‘A $ B’ means A is neither less than nor equal to B.‘A © B’ means A is neither greater than nor less than B.Considering all the statements in each question true, find that which of the following two conclusions – I & II is definitely true.
6. Statement: 
H $ K, K © R, R @ J, J # F       
Conclusion: 
I. R # H                            
II. F $ R
A.Only I & II are true.
B. Only I is true.
C. Only II is true.
D. Only II & III are true.
E. All are true.
7. Statement : 
≤ M, M * P, M # D, D $ F      
 Conclusion : 
I. L @ P                              
II. P ≤ D                            
III. P > D
A. Only I is true.
B. Only II is true.
C. Either I or III is true.
D. Only I & II are true.
E. None of these
8. Statement:
T @ V, V # Q, Q © L, L * M
Conclusion: 
I. M @ Q                        
II. T @ L                        
III. T # L
A. Only I is true.
B. Only II is true.

C. Only III is true.
D. Only I & III are true.
E. None of these
9. Statement: 
J * E, D @ E, E $ K, K © T       
Conclusion: 
I.  J $ D                             
II. J * D                            
III. E $ T
A. None is true.
B. Only II & III are true.
C. Only I & III are true.
D. All are true.
E. None of these
10. Statement: 
H   @ I, I # L, L * A, A $ Q.    
Conclusion: 
I. H # L                          
II. H * L                         
III. Q # H
A. Only I is true.
B. Only I & II are true.
C. Only III & either I or II are true.
D. Either I or III is true.
E. None of these.
Solution-
6.A
7.B
8.D
9.B
10.A